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VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SUNDAY, MAY 9, 1971 


** 


It CENTS DAILY 


Thousands Tramp Miles for Millions 


Sore Feet , Weary Smiles 


By DON GAIN 

Some said they were tired 
but fit as fiddles. 

Some could hardly walk. 
Some had cramps and 
Charley horses. 

But they nearly ail had 
weary smiles and. judging by 
the general atmosphere at the 
finish line in front of the 
Student Union Building at the 
University of Victoria, just 
about everybody had a good 
time. 

March For Millions officials 
estimated that between 10.000 
and 12,000 participants left 
the University of Victoria’s 
Centennial Stadium, starting 
at 8:30 a.m. Saturday. But 
they said it would be days 
before they could give an 
exact figure. 


• Miles for millions pictures. Page 6 


blind, didn’t make it die 
whole way, but he travelled 
15 miles of the route with his 
seeing-eye dog, Fleet, and 
made nearly $175 as he was 
being sponsored for $11.66 a 
mile. 


Mariner 


Hembroff, 50, of 576 Sim- 
coe, said Saturday night he 
had travelled most of the 
same route when he entered 
last month's Victorian Days 
bikeathon on a tandem bi¬ 
cycle. but he enjoyed the 


March ior Millions more 
because "you could really 
find out the topography of the 
land ... ifs beautiful." 

He stopped at the 15-mile 
point, be said, because he was 
having trouble following 
Fleet’s instructions — and 
also because the small boy 
the pair had "adopted” en 


route was dropping out then. 

The day had started bright 
and sunny but the weather 
changed to cloudy skies and 
cool breezes. At 2 p.m. the 
temperature was 50. 

The cool weather probably 
cut down on casualties from 

i^onttnued on Page 2 


Falls 


spotted shirt Into Sea 


r ’ —Jim Ryan 

Blind hoofer Hembroff , seeing-eye dog Fleet rouml Ross B(ty 


"I’m dead,” said 16-year-old 
Tom Tuthill of 227 Beech- 
wood, when he came in 56th 
just after 2 p.m. He said he 
had nine sponsors wlx> would 
pay a total of 16 cents a mile. 

Ron Matthews. 17, of. Clare¬ 
mont high school, Saanich, 
was the next walker to finish. 
His T-shirt looked as if it were 
covered with splatters of 
blood. 

"It’s ketchup,” he said. “A 
bus wrent by us and somebody 
threw it out of the bus.” 

He said he was feeling tired 
and just a bit sick. 

Unofficial 

The first person to finish 
the 25-mile course mat wound 
through Greater Victoria in a 
rough circle was Andrew 
Ivan, 44. a Czech immigrant, 
who must have run all the 
way. He was through by 10:57 
a.m. but he wasn’t registered, 
he didn’t check in at any of 
the checkpoints and he didn’t 
have a sponsor. 

This made Charles Thome, 
22, UVic education student, 
the first official finisher at 
11:15 a.m. 

Erol Hembroff. who is 


Police-Murder Suspect 
Found Dead in Muskeg 


PRINCE ALBERT (CP) — 
The badly-decomposed body 
of a trapper sought for the 
murder of two RCMP officers 
last fall has been found in the 
MacDowall region of north- 
central Saskatchewan. 

RCMP said Saturday the 
body of Stanley Wilfred 
Robertson was found by Sgt. 
W. J. Regetnig with the 
assistance of a police dog in 
heavy timber and muskeg 
country 15 miles southwest of 
Prince Albert on a hill which 


commands a view of the 
whole area. 

Exact cause and time of 
death have not been deter¬ 
mined. 

Robertson, 40, disappeared 
into the dense bush north of 
MacDowall after Sgt. R. J. 
Schrader, 41, and Constable 
D. B. Anson, 30, were shot 
Oct. 9 while investigating a 
domestic quarrel. 

An intensive manhunt, in¬ 
volving more than 100 police 
officers using aircraft, track- 


Pachyderm Plates 

LONDON (DPI)—The ministry of transport 
has told John Chlchester-Constable to get a certifi¬ 
cate and licence for his mechanical elephant. 

The order was given when Chichester-Con- 
stable asked what he had to do to be allowed to 
ride the elephant on a public highway. 


Iranians Will Fire, 
U.K. Craft Warned 


TEHRAN (UPI* - Iran 
said Saturday its armed 
forces have been ordered to 
open fire on British military 
aircraft making "unwar¬ 
ranted” flights over Iranian 
naval vessels or territory. 

A foreign ministry spokes¬ 
man confirmed a report in 
the semi-official newspaper 
Ettelaat that the order had 
been given. 

The newspaper said British 


military planes flew over 
Iranian naval vessels and 
"certain islands In a threaten¬ 
ing manner" in the Persian 
Gulf. 

Iran has demanded Britain 
withdraw all its forces from 
the Persian Gulf area by the 
end of this year. 

(In London, a foreign office 
spokesman said, "We have 
heard nothing from our 
people in Tehran to confirm 
this report ”! 


ins dogs and Canadian Forces 
armored personnel carriers 
scoured the area until winter 
set in. The search was 
resumed last Monday wlien 
the snow had melted from the 
ground. 

Married with children. 
Robertson had been described 
as a slightly-built Metis who 
was a farmer and woodsman 
and a crack rifle shot. 

A $5,000 reward was posted 
in December for information 
leading to his arrest and he 
was placed on the RCMP’s 
most wanted list. No new 
clues were forthcoming, hovy : 
ever, despite the reward 
which was posted when it was 
believed Robertson might 
have eludecf the dragnet and 
escaped to the southern pari 
of Saskatchewan. 

The body was found 2% 
miles south and one-quarter 
mile east of the Robertson 
farm. The body was lying 
under a large pine tree and 
slieltered by pine boughs, and 
on the top of a knoll 
surrounded by muskeg and 
heavy timber. 

Two rifles and a revolver 
were found with the body. 
One rifle was a .308 calibre 
and the other was a .22 
calibre. The revolver was the 
service Instrument that had 
been carried by Constable 
Anson. 

The body was fully clothed 
and the clothing showed signs 
of deterioration. 

Papers from his wallet 
were scattered among the 
nearby trees and bushes. 


Mount Erupts 

AUCKLAND, New Zealand 
(UPI) — Mount Ruapehu, a 
popular skiing mwmtain, 
erupted Saturday around four 
scientists and technicians who 
were conducting experiments 
near the rim at a crater. A 
helicopter took them to 
safety. 


INSIDE 

Ignorance Major 
Police Hurdle 

—Page 6 

★ * ★ 

Poll Finds 
B.C. First 

—Page 8 

it it it 

Arsemd Wins 
FA Cup Final 

—Page 16 

★ ★ ★ 

Spring Symphony 
Of Disillusion 

—Page 23 

n it it 


Background 

Page 

5 

Bridge 

:w 

Checkmate 

Hi 

Comics 

VO 

Crossword 

SI 

Ed i tori hI 

I 

Entertainment 

23 . m. 25 

Finance 

*. » 

King Fisherman 

7 

Names in the News 

51 

Outdoors 

.... 7 

Provincial Court , 

41 

Sports 

19-19. 4ft 

Stamp Packet 

11 

Television . 

20 

Travel .. 

49 

Week on the Prairies 

11 

Women 

42. 43 


In the Islander 

• Combine CD and CB, and 
You Have a Rescue Team. 

• Salute to Mothers. 

• Edward Meade’s Chal 
lenge. 


Mars Mission 
Rocket Fails 


CAPE KENNEDY, Fla. 
(AP) — Rocket failure Sat¬ 
urday night ruined an attempt 
to send a multi-million-dollar 
spacecraft, Mariner 8, to an 
orbit around the plahet Mars. 

"The mission is lost,” the 
launch control centre an¬ 
nounced 15 minutes after an 
ll-6torey Atlas Centaur rocket 
blazed away from Cape Ken¬ 
nedy at 6:11 p.m. Victoria 
time to hurl the 2.200-pound 
explorer toward its distant 
target. 

A spokesman for the Na¬ 
tional Aeronautics and Space 
Administration said the Atlas 
first stage performed per¬ 
fectly during its four minutes 
of flight and that the Centaur 
second stage had separated 
and ignited as planned. But 
moments later there was 
trouble. 

"We had a serious prob¬ 
lem,” he said. "Our tracking 
charts fell off and we were 
not on course.” 

The rocket and its precious 
payload presumably fell in 
the • Atlantic Ocean several 
hundred miles southeast of 
Cape Kennedy. 

The failure was a bitter 
disapjjointment for scientists 
of NASA’s Jet Propulsion 
Lab oratory at Pasadena, 
Calif., who built the payload, 
the first intended to orbit 
anothet* plahet. They had been 
working several years to 
develop i t and a twin- 
spacecraft Mariner 9. 

Mariner 9 had been sched¬ 
uled for launching toward an 
orbit around Mars May 18 but 
that, flight probably will be 
delayed because of the 
trouble Saturday night. 

Experts will want to deter¬ 
mine precisely what went 
wir>ng with the Centaur stage 


before committing to another 
launch. 

The space agency has until 
June 17 to launch Mariner 9. 
Then Mars moves out of 
favorable position, and will 
not be available for a target 
again until July 1973. 

!?o decision on Mariner 9 is 
expected for several days. Its 
Atlas Centaur rocket is sitting 
on a launch pad adjacent to 
the one used Saturday night. 

Total cost of the two 
missions is $153.6 million. 

The Centaur stage was to 
have fired for 7 1 ,* minutes to 


Soviets Fire 
Octet 

Of Satellites 


MOSCOW (Reuter) — The 
Soviet Union has launched 
eight Earth satellites in its 
Cosmos space research pro¬ 
gram — all from the same 
carrier rocket. Tans news 
agency reported Saturday. 

The launching Friday was 
the second to orbit eight satel¬ 
lites at the same time. 

Aside from the reference to 
the Cosmos space research 
program, Tass did not say 
what the aim of the launching 
was. 

A s|Kite of Cosmos satellite 
launchings has preceded sev¬ 
eral Soviet manned space 
shots. __ 


thrust Mariner 8 toward Mars 
at a speed of 24,600 mile* per 
hour. The 2-200-pound space¬ 
craft was to have travelled 
287 million miles to reach the 
planet next November. 

With two space ships orbit¬ 
ing Mars, scientists would 
have been able to conduct 
different but complementary 
missions. 

Mariner 8 was to have 
performed a broad reconnais¬ 
sance and mapping assign¬ 
ment. Mariner 9 was to have 
photographed s i x selected 

Continued on Page 2 


—AP Photo* 

Mariner spacecraft 
(above left) 
and Centaur blastoff 


Market Agrees 
To Restricted 
Money ‘Float’ 

• Europeans propose cures for ailing dollar. Page S 


BRUSSELS (AP) — Fi¬ 
nance commissioners of the 
six common market countries 
bowed to West German de¬ 
mands today and cleared the 
way for market members to 
let their currencies seek their 
own price levels in response 
to supply and demand. 

It was expected that such a 
money “float” would be 
limited. 

A floating operation would 
be a sharp break with present 
rules. 


Unscheduled Highlight Amuses Royalty 

Brahmas Meet the 


• Prince Philip to reward 
Victoria youths. Pag* it 

• Seventy-five boats greet 
queen at Oomox. Page 15 

By DON COLLINS 
Colonist Staff Reporter 

WILLIAMS LAKE - It all 
worked out pretty well in the 
end. 

Ernie Marshall didn’t get 
killed as dead as last year’s 
grass after all. 

Neither did all those city- 
slicker reporters and photog¬ 
raphers when they became 
unwilling matadors in what 
turned out to be the un¬ 
scheduled highlight of Sat¬ 
urday’s Pay Number Six of 
the B.C centennial royal tour. 


For the press, it was close 
— for little Ernie, a snap. 

And Queen Elizabeth and 
Prince Philip, who had a 
ringside seat for the whole 
thing at the Williams Lake 
rodeo grounds, were reported 
by the queen’s press secre¬ 


tary, William Heseltine, to 
have watched with "great 
interest and amusement.” 

It takes something like the 
particular magic of a cow- 
town like Williams Lake to 
remove what is known as the 
royal tour blur. And Williams 


They allow the price of 
currencies to move only 0.75 
per cent above or below a 
fixed value. No figures were 
o f f i daily mentioned, but 
fluctuations are expected to 
be considerably greater than 
that if and when the countries 
make the decision. 

The commissioners debated 
the issue for nearly 20 I tours 
before making the announce¬ 
ment. Action on the Germap 
mark was expected at a 

Continued on Page .’ 


Press 


Lake did it well with a high 
school rodeo, a beef harhecue 
and an awful lot of spirit and 
enthusiasm. 

The royal tour blur is 
something that strikes people 
who have been following such 
a tour around the countryside 
for several days. Everything 
begins to look and sound the 
same — the elected officials, 
the towns, the airports and 
the people. The bands all 
seem to play O Canada and 
Raindrops. 

But the change started to 
show itself when the queen 
and Prtnoe Philip began the 
sixth day of their whirlwind 
10-day tour Saturday with a 
visit to Fort Langley, then a 

Continued on Page 1 









































£ B»Ub dalooUt v 'cwm. B.C . Sunday, May 9. J971 



Nearly All Had Weary Smiles 



i* A m bi t - Wallace finished the walk 
kept about 5:30 p ro. 
far Fro a tittle stiff and sore” 
anti wre fact he said ‘Tin ming to have a 

director Art pud. stiff drink, but yuu'd 
of the Y said hie feet better not m 



LaieSmn 


Day With Kids 

His daughters - Sheila. 15. 
and Catherine. 13 - i 
about 6:15 p m. 


From 1 


seldom I have the whole day 
with my kids,” he said. “It 
was very interesting. I now 
feel 1 know Anne a great deal 



. 17. “It s so 


He said his whole household 
was “limping, but in great 
spirits.” 

His 25 miles were worth $9 


each. Among his sponsors 
were cabinet ministers Ralph 
Loffmark, Cyril Shelford, 
Donald Brothers, Phil Gug- 
lardi, Dan Campbell, Ray Wll- 
liaton and Leslie Peterson. 

‘ Worth While' 

*‘Th# whole thing was well 
worth while,” Wallace said. 

The walk seemed to attract 
lots of dogs and at one time 
there was a wagon in it pulled 
by a pony. 


Bulls Meet Press 




Rettv^nLrmim^ fli*ht to FOrt St. John where 
> A1 Elmer they w ** aeid *» r—> 

Blanchard. Jeremy 
and Roger Foley all 


» gustmg to 50 mtless an 


After a abort stop at 
Dawson Creek they sampled 


Qorde Hunter' 

Law and Order 


Oak Bay MLA Dr. Seott 


From Paur 1 


Float 


for almost an hour and a I 
It see m ed quite evident they 
were enjoying themselves 


tree day of Princess Anne’s 
n the tour. She 
the royal yacht 


BEING a dedicated supporter of law and 
ofder and of police departments. I will not 
feel offended If you construe the next 11 
paragraphs as an unabashed plug for the 
gendarmes and for Canadian Police Week, 
which is now in progress. 

For years I have been insisting police 
departments have been extremely negligent 
in the public relations business. They have 
bsen guilty of not publicizing certain facets 
dt their work, of not putting the best foot 
forward. 

I use the past tense because I think most 
police departments are now making con¬ 
certed efforts to overcome the deficiency. 

LET ME single out the Saanich depart¬ 
ment for example. This week they have put 
together a display in the Hillside Mall that 
should be of Interest to a good portion of our 
population. Among other things, the display 
will feature drug board presentations, 
complete with counselling; free safety and 
police involvement in youth and community 
work; movies on traffic, drugs and breatha¬ 
lyser and a display of antique firearms, 
police uniforms, etc. 

A decade ago most police departments 
would have scoffed at such a presentation. 

Last year the Saanich Police safety and 
educational branch had a total of seven 
different lecture programs that involved all 
school grades from one to 13 and adult 
classes. They tabulated the number of people 
Involved and it came to a whopping 38,703. 

IF EVEN a small percentage of this total 
received a better understanding of the 
policeman as a direct result of these 
programs, color them successful. If a few 
youngsters were steered away from drugs, 
the program was worthwhile. 

Sergeant Bill Chisholm points out the 
work being done by the S.P.O.T. program 
Saanich Police Organization of Teens — and 
how well it has been received. And can you 
imagine a police department sponsoring a 
rock festival? 

An absolute fact. Victoria s first indoor 
rock festival will be held under the S.P.O.T. 


YOUR GOOD HEALTH 


at Memorial Arena May 
names mean little to this devote 
Glenn Miller sound, but Bill tells m 
Joe of Woodstock fame, the Seeds of Time 
and other top musical groups will 
the show. 

SUCH a police sponsorship — even a few 
short years ago — would have been Weened 
to the Pope putting his sump of approval on 
birth control devices. 

More and more citiaens. including those 
at the school level, are taking advantage of 
guided tours through the pobce station 
complex. I'm sure these tows serve as 
education to citizen and policeman ahtee 

It's a whole new approach, long overdue 
In time it will prove to he one of the greatest 
assets of police departments. There will 
always be the fringe who will refer to them 
as “pigs,” but the intelligent cituen win 
eventually realize the police form that thm 
line between us and the jungle. 

AN ATTRACTIVE yoiatg thing presented 
herself at my desk Friday morning. 

“Could you.” she asked, “get a story la 
the paper about cyclists — I mean, to tell the 
motorists to be more careful?” 

Seems she had just had a rather dose 
call with a motorist while driving her It- 
speed. 

“He nearly hit me. he never even looked 
where he was going." 

I have no doubt this is becoming an ever- 
greater problem, what with the great 

upsurge in bicycling popularity. 

PEBSONALLY, I think much education 
is needed on both sides The drivers must be 
mote cognizant of the fact bicycle riders do 
exist and have every right to our streets and 
highways. 

The cyclists? Well, they 

recognize that such nows 
three abreast are extremely dangerous and 
invite accidents. 

It’s a two-way street, and ronOnrtsxs and 

cyclists are going to have to learn to live 

with one another in a sane, sensible fashtro. 




influx of U.S. dollars 
western Europe. 


command the high, 
official price in marks or 
guilders. They would sell U 

n big 


upset. Indica¬ 
tions Saturday night were 
that the 20-year-old daughter 
of the queen could be ex- 
tn be back in the 
of things today. It 
involves only a church service 
at Powell River. 

Bull Dodging 

What the Queen and Prince 
Philip saw at Williams Lake 
was a group of reporters and 
photograp hers dodging 
and steers — 
always with complete 


m oversupply. Offers would 

Another effect of this new 
price 

U-S. and European 
would be to encourage US. 
exports by 



They were the 15 or so 
from the 44-member royal 
tour press contingent who 
decided to enter the rodeo 
ring for a better view. 

The Brahma bulls created 
the biggest problem. Each 
time they tossed their young 
riders — and they always 
seemed to do this quite 
quickly — they made for the 
corner of the enclosure where 
the press people were stand¬ 
ing 

“I guess they know when 
there's someone new in 
n spectator quipped. 


From Hour I 


face and all to the RCMP to 
see what could be done. He 
finally got permission to blast 
away. And he did. 

Most Lost Bouts 

Most of the high schoolers 
lost their bouts with bucking 
horses and bulls. 

Kevan Bracewell, 14, said 
the queen had congratulated 
the riders. 

“That was only the second 
bull I've ridden.” he said. 

The^q u e e n and Prince 
Philip spent considerable time 
talking to the people and 
inspecting the barbecue oper¬ 
ations. 

At one point the prince 
provided quite a surprise for 
a group of long-haired youths 
who had been doing a bit or 
clowning. 

As he was walking within 
earshot, one of them shouted 
in true Western style: “Howd- 
eeee.” 

Philip, breaking into a wide 
grin. ' turned in his tracks, 
hurried over to them, shook 
hands and left laughing. 

Possibly the whole tone of 
the Williams Lake visit could 


must also 


Passengers 

Released 

CARTAGENA. Colombia 
fUPtl — An AVtana Airline 
plane was hijacked to Ven¬ 
ezuela Saturday, but was 
allowed to land here to let the 
31 passengers off. an airline 
spokesman said. 

The aircraft was flying 
from XK auena to Cartagena 
when it was hijacked. The 


raphers scattered each time 
several hundred pounds of 
beef bore down on 


Coffee Can Irritate 



Jose Rafael 


By G. C. THOSTESON. MD 


Dear Dr. Thosteson: What 

effect does coffee have on the 
heart and other organs? I 
drink about 12 cups a day. 
Could it damage the heart? — 

A. J. D. 

The caffeine in coffee is a 
stimulant, and large amounts 
(I’d say 12 cups would be a 
large amount for may people) 
can cause rapid heart, skip¬ 
ping of beats, nervousness, 
and insomnia. I wouldn’t call 
that “damage” of the heart, 
but it’s an upsetting sensa¬ 
tion. 

Caffeine can act on the 
kidneys, causing frequent 
urination — this aspect varies 
from person to person. Some 
are very sensitive, others not. 


Dear Dr. Thosteson: Does 
the smoke or odor of a fire in 
the fireplace affect people 
with emphysema and 
bronchial trouble? I believe I 
have read that it takes some 


oxygen from the air. — 
E. M. N. 

The smoke can irritate such 
folks. It is not the removal of 
oxygen from the room; rather 
it is a matter of pollution that 
can be irritating to some 
individuals. Same applies if 
the room is clouded with 
smoke from tobacco. 

□ 

Dear Dr. Thoa te — a: At 
what age do a woman's 
sexual desires usually leave? 
I am 61. my husband is 54. 
and we have been married six 
years. The first six months 
were perfection plus. Then he 
storied drinking again and 
from then on sex became 
more and more obnoxious to 
me. My husband has become 
an alcoholic and at times 
quite abusive. 

Are there shots that I could 
take, or is the trouble psycho¬ 
logical? While I don't drink I 
have no objection to moderate 
drinking by anyone else. 
However, drinking to excess 
is objectionable to me be¬ 
cause of episodes in an 


earlier mamage due to heavy 
drinking. 

I am not a i 


stand what has happened — 

C. N. 

You probably answered 
your own question most 
accurately. Sex, all by itseff, 
wear thin. True affection 
nurtures it Love, in other 
words. I don't think there's 
any medicine that wiB do 
you any good. W I suspect 
that a change in your bus- 
band's behavior would have 
considerable effect. 


N«tr to Mix D. T.: 

peptic ulcers have a 
to “act up” in spring 
evidently havaig 
do with the changing w« 
although we d o a T 
exactly why One 
that chilling may be a 
English troops in the trenches 
in the First World w had 
less trouble when they wore 
belly 


Bank Manager 
Pavs $110,000 

LEBANON. Ohm IUPI» - 

Warning they would “kin if 


and daughter of lank presi¬ 
dent Howard Wilson. 4X hos¬ 
tage until he went to his 


them an a rural road. 

Bakers Trim 
Port Alberni 


merpowered Port Alberni 
TWs, 11-X in a Vancouver 


Iwmgue game a 
Arena Saturday night. 

Ron Sail* had three puls 
and five asscsts fr Mr 
Donald's Bread which led 3-1 
at the end of the tirst period 
and 63 after two periods. 

Ai I'm and Owen Rich- 


The Weather 


b> 

Rill 
and Steve 
Ken 


Wayne Everson. 


Bruised Pride 

Some escaped by jumping 
to the top of the fence. A 
couple were bumped up 
against the fence, including 
Canadian Press reporter 
Dave Stockand who com¬ 
plained later of a sore 
shoulder and bruised pride. 

One photographer gave a 
good indkotim of how close it 
was 

“H*s the first time I’ve 
ever had a bull pull the 
trigger on my camera." he 
said. The oull had bumped the 
camera and taken a picture, 
possibly of himself. 

Before the whole thing 
began Ernie Marshall was 
telling about his special prob¬ 
lem in an interview. 

“I got one short act where I 
gotta give one blast on a 
shotgun/' he said. “And 1 
sure don't want anybody 
shooting me deader than last 
year's grass." 

Takes His Lumps 

It was the colorful language 
of a cowpoke who. at 24. 
knows what it's like to take 
your lumps on the rodeo cir¬ 
cuit. In his time — he’s been 
at it for nine years — Ernie 
says he has received two leg 
fractures, and a broken wrist, 
fingers, toes, ribs and collar¬ 
bone. 

Rut the five-foot, three-inch. 
!D~p o u n d import from 
Okotoks. Alta., doesn't want 
to be done in before he has 
the opportunity to work in the 
Colgary stampede this sum¬ 
mer- 

lie thought, with security 
being what it is for a royal 
visit, someone might shoot 
him if he fired his shotgun in 
the air. 

Erne, a clown for th- 
teenage rodeo, went painted 


MAY 9. 1971 

Morning cloud, otherwise 
sunny; winds west 15; Sat¬ 
urday’s precipitoliun nil; sun¬ 
shine 8 hours 6 minutes; 
recorded high and low at 
Victoria 59 and 44. Today’* 
forecast high and low 65 and 
40. Today’s sunrise 5:42 a.m.; 
sunset 8:39 p.m.; moonrise 
8:33 p.m.; moonaet 4:50 a.m. 
Monday outlook: sunny. 

East Coast of Vancouver 
Island — Sunny, a little 
warmer; winds northwest 15; 
Saturday's precipitation nil; 
recorded high and low at 
Nanaimo 63 and 50. Monday 
outlook: sunny. 

West Coast of Vancouver 
Island — sunny, a little 
warmer; winds northwest 15. 
Forecast high and low at 
Tofino 60 and 40. Monday 
outlook: mostly sunny. 

North Coast — sunny with 


cloudy intervals. Monday out¬ 
look: overcast, rain late in 
day. 

Extended outlook — Mostly 
fair except some morning 
cloudiness. Highs 55 to €5, 
lows in 40s. 


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be described by this an¬ 
nouncement, which came over 
the public address system: 

“The high school tonight 
are puttin’ on a big dance at 
Squaw Hall. So, if you feel 
like a little dancin’ and 
prancin' tonight. Squaw Hall 
4s the place to be." 

One of those in the crowd 
when the queen and Prince 
Philip invaded the big Peaca 
River country at Fort St. 
John was 79-year-old Alex 
Brereton, a retired Red 
River, Alta, farmer who had 
a Victoria Cross medal pinned 
on his chest. 

Dancin ', Prancin' 

The queen spotted this and 
Breretou said after she con- 
gratualted him and asked him 
what regiment he had been 
with. 

He told her he was with the 
8th battalion - “Little Black 
Devils” — from Winnipeg in 
the First World War. He said 
in an interview later he won 
the medal for action at 
Amiens Aug. 9, 1918. 

But, when pressed for a 
description of the action, he 
said: “Drinking rum.” 

He turned his collar up 
against the 50-mile-an-hour 
wind and said: *'I could use a 
shot of that rum right now.” 


One boy carried a basket¬ 
ball and had it stamped at 
each checkpoint. Another 
asked for a pair of shoes at 
the Beacon Hill Park check¬ 
point. One of his shoes, a 
sandal, had fallen apart. He 
found a piece of string and 
tied up his sandal with that. 

A group of about eight girls 
from Oak Bay high school 
began cheering loudly as they 
approached the same check¬ 
point. 

"Two, four, six, eight, who 
do we appreciate? Oak Bay!” 
they cheered and continued 
their cheer while their cards 
were stamped. 

Litter 

At one time during the day 
there were complaints about 
soft drink bottles and other 
litter being left behind by the 
walkers, but this situation 
seemed to improve. 

Maybe it was the woman 
who had organized a group of 
about 20 children to pick up 
•oft drink cans along the 
route. 

Asked if they wanted to pot 
them into garbage cans at the 
checkpoint, they replied: “Not 
likely. We can get two cents 
each for them." 

The march will aid 21 local 
and other charities. Officials 
were hoping for $100,000 from 
persons who sponsored the 
marchers. It will be some 
weeks before the exact 
amount la known. 

Beneficiaries 

The November, 1969, march 
raised $106,000. 

Major beneficiaries of the 
march will be: Canadian 
University Service Overseas; 
Canadian UNICEF commit¬ 
tee; OXFAM of Canada; 
Unitarian Service Committee 
of Canada; Canadian Peace 
Research Institute. Major 
local beneficiaries are Envi¬ 
ronment 100, Queen Alex¬ 
andra Solarium, Victoria 
Youth Council, Saanich Indian 
school board, Victoria Out¬ 
reach program and Detached 
Workers program. 




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Husband-and-Wife 

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Doctor Team Slain 


MARIETTA, Ga. (UPI) — 
A wealthy husband-and-wife 
team of doctors was beaten 
and shot to death Friday by 
1 ‘audits who broke Into their 
fashionable home, possibly 
looking for drugs. 

Dead were Dr. Warren 
Bond Matthews, 69, chief 
pathologist at Kenneston Hos¬ 
pital here, and his 60-year-old 
wife, who was chief patholo¬ 
gist at Piedmont Hospital in 
Atlanta. She practised under 
her maiden name, Dr. Rosina 
Vincenzi. 

Their deaths api>arently fol¬ 
lowed a bloody shootout, and 
police said they believe the 
Matthews’ assailants were 
wounded in the shootout. 

"It was a real shooting 
match,” said Cobb County 
police Chief E. H, Burress. 
"From the angles of the 
shots, it looked like she (Mrs. 
Matthews) may have fired 
some.” 

The incident was reported 
to police by Ed Thomas, the 
next-door neighbor of the 
victims, who said’ he was 
awakened by the sound of 
gunshots and a woman's 
screams for help. 

Matthews' body was found 
in a driveway. Police said he 
was shot while trying to get 
in his car and a trail of blood 
indicated he staggered into 
the driveway and was shot 
again. He had bullet wounds 
in the back and the head, and 
had been hit with a heavy, 
blunt instrument on the head. 

Mrs. Matthews’ body fell 
outside the house about 10 
feet from her back door. She 
had been shot in the back of 
the head and in both arms. 

Police immediately the¬ 
orized the Matthews’ assail¬ 
ants may have been in search 
of drugs. 

“I don’t know what they 
thought they’d get,” one 
investigator said. "But a lot 
of these people around here 
think they might have been 
looking for drugs. It’s a pity 


if that’s so. 
to know 
have much 


Everybody ought 
pathologists don’t 
to do with drugs.” 


Police Use Houseblock 
To Halt Fleeing Car 

OQDEN, Utah (AP) — The Utah highway 
patrol used a houseblock to stop a fleeing car. Po¬ 
lice said they pursued a car to question its four 
occupants about a stolen credit card, but evaded 
several roadblocks. Finally, police commandeered 
a house being moved and used it to block the high¬ 
way. The chase came to an abrupt stop. 


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Victory marchers in Washington 


Paraders Demand Victory 


Flag-Wavers Back War 


WASHINGTON (UPI) — A 
flag - waving, hymn - singing 
crowd of about 14,000 persons 
cheered a telephoned greeting 
from Vice-President Nguyen 
Cao Ky of South Vietnam 
Saturday and roared approval 
of demands for a U.S. mili¬ 
tary victory in Southeast 
Asia. 

F u ndamentalist preacher 
Carl Mclntire’s “Patriots’ 
March for Victory” down 
Pennsylvania Avenue ended 
at the Washington Monument, 
where — in view of the White 
House — Mclntire urged 
President Nixon to "reverse 
your policy to give the world 
the leadership it needs in 
confronting and defeating 
communism.” 

Undaunted by an earlier 
rain and what Mclntire called 
"fear of the hippies,” an 
estimated 2,500 persons, from 
hard hats to bible-oarrying 
grandmothers, set out from 
the foot of the capitol at noon. 
By the time the rally began 
at the monument the crowd 
had swelled to about 14,000 by 
estimate of the U.S. park 
police. 

A fbeer went up when a 
call came through from Sai¬ 
gon at 2:40 p.m. and Ky’s 


H. Rap Brown 


voice was heard over the 
loudspeaker. 

"Hello, how are you? This 
is Vice-President Ky. Can you 
hear me?” he said, and then 
the connection was broken. 
Ky had cancelled plans to 
attend Mclntire’s last "vic¬ 
tory march” in Washington in 
October, citing threats of 
violence but denying political 
pressures. 

Other scheduled callers 
were Generalissimo Chiang 
Kai-shek of Nationalist China, 
Gov. George Wallace of Ala¬ 
bama and Lieutenant 
Governor Lester Maddox of 
Georgia, who said that "it’s 
time for the American people 
to say they’re tired of com¬ 
promises and sellouts” in 
Vietnam. 

The rally broke up with 
another rainstorm about 4 
p.m., just as a call from 
Wallace came through from 
Dallas, Tex. “And I pray that 
we will soon be out — 
victoriously,” Wallace’s voice 
boomed out as soaked demon¬ 
strators ran for cover or 
toward their buses. A group 
of hippies whooped and 
circled in a rain dance during 
the pandemonium. 

The telephone call from Ky 


was never reconnected, and 
the call from Chiang never 
got through. 

Mclntire said he was “very 
satisisfied” with the day’s 
events except for the turnout, 
which was the smallest of the 
three victory rallies he has 
staged in the past 13 months. 

“There’s no question about 
it — the Lord rained on my 
parade.” he said. ‘‘But the 
Lord knew what He was 
doing. He wants us to press 
on for another round.” He 


said he would hold another 
rally later this year in 
Washington. 

Two long-haired young men 
were arrested and charged 
with disorderly conduct after 
a scuffle with victory demon¬ 
strators who shouted epithets 
at them as they were led 
away to patrol wagons. 

A dozen mounted park 
police rode through the out¬ 
skirts of the crowd, keeping 
antiwar activists at a dis¬ 
tance. 


Antiwar Police Moves 
Reversed by Judges 


Judge Refuses 
Arson Dismissal 


ELLICOTT CITY, Md. 
(UPI) — A judge refused 
Saturday to dismiss an arson 
charge against black militant 
H Rap Brown on grounds 
there was insufficient evi¬ 
dence to show the charge had 
been fabricated by Dorchester 


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Call 


SAN ANTONIO, Tex. (AP) 
— “I’m In the SO# block of 
Austin Highway and I have a 
D-C-L-I-B.” » »aa Antonio 
police patrolman reported by 
radio to headquarter* Friday. 

Momentary pause. 

“A what?” aaked tha dis¬ 
patcher. 

“I>ead cat lying In the 
road.” 


Cbunty State’s Attorney Wil¬ 
liam Yates n. 

Judge James McGill said 
there was also • insufficient 
evidence that Yates ever told 
anyone the charge was fabri¬ 
cated. 

The judge said he believed 
the words "fabrication” and 
"phoney” were made by 
Riohard K i n 1 e i n — the 
Howard County state’s at¬ 
torney who originally had said 
Yates told him the charges 
were "falsified.” 

Yates, chief state prosecu¬ 
tor in an arson and rioting 
case against Brown, stem¬ 
ming from a disturbance in 
Cambridge, Md., nearly four 
years ago, admitted he did 
not have evidence proving 
Brown actually started any 
fire. 

However, Yates said, he felt 
the arson charge should 
stand. 

”1 never had information to 
show that he actually lit the 
match,” Yates said, “But I 
don’t think you need that to 
get an arson conviction.” 

Brown's whereabouts are 
still unknown. 


WASHINGTON (A P) — 

District of Columbia judges, 
confronted with the largest 
number of arrests in a single 
day in the city’s history, are 
reversing many actions taken 
by police during the week’s 
anti-war and anti-poverty 
demonstrations. 

Superior Court Judge 
Charles H a 1 1 e c k Friday 
dropped charges against 200 
liersons arrested outside the 
department of health, educa¬ 
tion and welfare. He ruled 
unconstitutional the parading- 
without-a-permit law under 
which they were arrested. 

Other judges made similar 
moves as they continued 
hearings for some of the 
12,000 persons arrested during 
the anti-war protests which 
ended Thursday. 

Many of those arrested 
Wednesday on the capitol 
steps for “unlawful entry” 
were freed. 

When the D.C. corporation 
counsel charged that many 
demonstrators had come to 


City Merger 
Could 
Save Cash 

WEST VANCOUVER (CP) 
— Municipal Affairs Minister 
Dan Campbell said a recent 
computer analysis of costs 
shows that $140,000 could be 
saved on welfare, sanitation 
disposal and public works if 
West Vancouver and the city 
and district of North Van¬ 
couver amalgamated. 

He told a Social Credit 
dinner that he did not want to 
get embroiled in the amalga¬ 
mation issue, but that the 
facts indicated amalgamation 
would be a good idea. 


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Washington "with the express 
purpose of bringing to a halt 
the government of the United 
States,” Judge Harold Greene 
asked: 

“Why didn’t you charge 
them with that?" 

Another 346 demonstrators 
were released on bail after 
Greene ruled their finger¬ 
prints and arrest records 
must be kept out of Federal 
Bureau of Investigation files. 
Many said they refused to 
submit to police processing 
for that reason. 

When Greene made the 
ruling, the demonstrators 
were scattered iq-f various 
detention facilities. But 
earlier in the day they had 
been held in a cellblock 
designed for no more than 250 
persons. _ 


By WILLIAM F. WRIGHT 

LONDON (UPI) - Western 
European bankers and 
businessmen and Americans 
working among them diag¬ 
nosed the ills of tiie U.S. 
dollar Saturday and offered 
some cures. 

General diagnosis: The 
United States over-extended 
itself in financing the Viet¬ 
nam war and other military 
and economic operations 
abroad while inflation soared 
at home and American ex¬ 
ports failed to keep pace with 
imports. 

Remedies: Most called for 
an immediate and drastic 
reduction in U.S. expenditures 
for the war, curbs in Ameri¬ 
can foreign aid and invest¬ 
ments abroad and a concerted 
drive to boost U.S. exports. 

United Press International 
c o r r espondents questioned 
bankers and businessmen in 
the nations that last week 
halted dollar trading and 
others in Britain, France and 
Italy. 

Here is how they saw it: 

Switzerland 

"I think America has been 
much too generous with the 
countries of Asia in helping 
them with their internal and 
external problems,” a Swiss 
management consultant, Egon 
Zehnder, 40, told UPI re- 
porter John Amstutz 
“They’ve been too generous 
with the Europeans, too, and 
now they have to pay the bill 
for us and get the devil’s 
thanks.” 

Britain 

John Howland, 62, a British 
engineer with de Havilland 
Aircraft, Ltd., told UPI’s 
Christopher Ogden “I think 
Americans throw things awpy 
a lot. Most people outside the 
U.S. don’t care two hoots 
about the level of the dollar 
as long as they have enough 
money to buy their gro¬ 
ceries.” 

American Charles Winans, 
41, operations manager of the 
First National Bank of Bos¬ 
ton’s London branch, crit¬ 
icized successive U.S. admin- 
i s t rations for “ignoring” 
America’s chronic balance-of- 
payments deficit. 

“The U.S. has taken no long¬ 
term steps to counter it,” 
Winans said. ‘T think more 

restrictions on the flow of the 
dollars from the U.S. might 
help.” 

Netherlands 

Jan Leemaers, 53, director 
of the Dutch trading company 
of Max Konijn, Ltd., said to 
William Vuur of UPI: "I 
doubt America would have 
had the dollar crisis if it had 
not become involved in the 
war in Vietnam. The long¬ 
term remedy would be to stop 
the exorbitant expenditure of 
that war.” 

Louis Lee wens, 42, Ameri¬ 
can manager of Holland’s 
Amercoat Europa, Ltd., paint¬ 
manufacturing firm, called 
for an "all-out effort” to 
reduce inflation in the U.S., 
including less inflationary 
labor union contracts. 

“In this way, the U.S. 
would be able to export more, 
our balance of payments 
would improve and faith in 
the dollar would increase,” 
Leewens said. 


Austria 

William Heyman, 31, repre¬ 
sentative in Vienna of the 
Chemical Bank of New York, 
called for more foreign in¬ 
vestment in the United States 
to offset the deficit in Amer¬ 
ica’s balance-of-payments. 

"The main problem is the 
Imbalance in our foreign 
payments/’ Heyman told UPI 
reporter Richard Long-worth. 
"There is little tourism to the 
United States, increasing 
competition in foreign trade, 
and then there is the (Viet¬ 
nam) war and the foreign aid 
we are passing around the 
world.” 

West Germany 

Heinz Juergens. 49, director 
of the stock exchange section 
of the Deutsche Bank’s Dues- 
seldorf's branch, offered a 
dissenting view. 

"I think the Vietnam war 
played absolutely no role in 
the present crisis,” Juergens 
told UPI’s Wellington Long. 


“As long as there is a 
difference in bank interest 
rates money will flow to the 
higher rate, and then the 
speculators follow, and there 
you have the problems. 

“America has no need to 
fight inflation in Germany as 
we do in Germany (by 
increasing interest rates). But 
I think we might have been 
better off if we in Germany, 
despite certain undesirably 
domestic results, would have 
lowered our interest rates," 
Juergens said. 


Portugal 


In Lisbon, American 
businessman Franklin Mason, 
head of Ford-Lusitania, told 
Laourence Meredith of UPI: 
"The whole trouble is that 
America is far too over¬ 
extended all over the world. 

They have too much money 
abroad with the cost of all the 
troops in Germany, the mili¬ 
tary bases around the world 
and at the same time fighting 


a billion-dollar war in Viet¬ 
nam. 

"The long-term solution Is 
to make an orderly with¬ 
drawal from these expensive 
projects,” Mason said. 

France 

In Paris, American insur¬ 
ance executive Herbert John¬ 
son, of the Life of America 
Insurance Co., called on the 
United States to follow 
France's example and bring 
most of its military forces 
home. 

"If America had spent just 
half of what it has on foreign 
military adventures since 1950 
just think of the huge savings 
we would have now,” Johnson 
told UPTs Raymond Wilkin¬ 
son. "Americans will have to 
work harder to get into a 
more realistic economy. That 
means ending the war and 
reducing our overseas mili¬ 
tary commitments.” 


Steam Holds 
Car Engine 
Answers 


WASHINGTON (UPI) - A 
steam engine advocate testi 
fied Friday that anti-pollution 
standards have doomed the 
traditional car engine and 
said research money would lie 
better spent improving the old 
Stanley Steamer. 

"The internal combustion 
engine is dead," Edward 
Uhler, marketing director for 
Lear Motors Corp., told the 
E n v i ronmental Protection 
Agency (EPA). "It has been 
legislated out of existence." 

Lear is developing a Rankin 
cycle, or steam turbine, car 
engine and Uhler said the 
firm "can have a working 
engine in production by 1975 
... in quantity.” 

He said it would easily 
meet the 90 per cent pollutant 
reductions dictated by law for 
1975 and 1976 model cars 
Car makers, however, testi- 


Pakistan 
Cyclone 
Veers Off 


NEW DELHI (UPI) — 
Radio Pakistan said a cy¬ 
clonic tropical storm which 
crossed the coast of East 
Pakistan Saturday had veered 
northeastward and would ap¬ 
parently dissipate over India’s 
Assam state. 

The broadcast had no re¬ 
ports of damage or loss of 
life. 

A cyclone last year killed 
an estimated 300,000 persons 
in Pakistan and the country¬ 
side had not yet recovered 
when war broke out' in the 
province in March. 


fied it was impossible to 
produce hew engine types by 
1975. They said the internal 
combustion engine offered the 
only hope of meeting the 
standards, and acknowledged 
their chances were slim. 

"We don’t think the techno¬ 
logical capability exists to 
accomplish this,” said Ed¬ 
ward Oole, president of Gen¬ 
eral Motors. ‘It’s not a 
matter of resisting ... if we 
knew the answer, whether it 
was an alternative power 
source or catalytic converter 
or whatever, we wouldn’t be 
saying what we've said to¬ 
day” 

GM has worked with Lear, 
and Oole said the Lear steam 
engine offered no solution. 
"We can dismiss die Rankin 
cycle or steam engine” for 
cars. Cole said, although “it 
might be all right for buses." 

Uhler disagreed. "You 
could even go back to some 
variation of the old Stanley 
Steamer and it would be more 
economical than sticking with 
the internal combustion en¬ 
gine,” he said. 




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Belgian banker Edward 
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studies services of the Bel¬ 
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European countries* to make 
“bigger contributions in the 
field of international financ¬ 
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foreign aid and investment 
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Thieldmans, speaking t o 
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called for the creation of a 
“world reserve currency" 
which could be used by an 
international monetary insti¬ 
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PAGE 4 


SUNDAY, MAY •. 1471 


Part of the Heritage 


P eople who speak disparagingly of 

the monarchical system and, in the name of 
democracy, praise republicanism as an alternative 
are too often influenced by the little things they 
remember from history in their choice. They are 
apt to remember the conquering kings and 
emperors, the warrior Caesars, Edward III, victor 
at Crecy, and Henry the Eighth for conquests of 
another kind. They are prone to fit all kings and 
queens into the jewelled frame in which Louis XIV 
is so often pictured, With the famous caption, 
“L’etat e’est mol.” 

Rejection of the monarchical system would be 
understandable had the function of the ruler not 
altered over the years, in phase with the political 
evolution. It was failure of the ancient institution 
to recognize the need for change in the democratic 
clamour about it that resulted in the horror of the 
French revolution and the tragic Russian ex¬ 
plosion. These are the classic examples among a 
host of others. 

1 Great Britain, too, had its revolution, but the 
restoration of the monarchy was predictable on the 
basis of the generally more enlightened political 
climate there. Cromwell was more of a despot, 
perhaps, than King Charles. And Britain possessed 
that talisman for freedom and justice, Magna 
Carta. 

Certainly the monarchy in Britain has had its 
ups and downs, and some of those who have worn 
the crown have disappointed their people. But by 
and large the system has been satisfactory, 
cherished by an essentially conservative populace 
and frequently envied in more than one politically 
restive land. 

The tendency in some quarters in Canada to 
reject the monarchy probably stems from a 


mistaken appraisal of its popularity. But It would 
be safe to say, at least so far as British Columbia is 
concerned, that never since the days of Queen 
Victoria have public appreciation and esteem for 
the monarch been higher than now. 

It is. fashionable these days to kick at those 
props of the state referred to as frills and 
extravagances. Who needs a governor-general? 
Who wants a king or queen? Why waste money on 
the Senate? There are all sorts of impressive 
arguments to support the people who ask these 
rhetorical questions. And they have their own 
answers, of course. 

But there is no justification in urging the 
removal of any part of the structure just because it 
has association with tradition. What is old and 
tested is not necessarily outworn or outgrown. 
Churches, and laws and flags and other symbols 
are worth preserving because they help, in some 
measure, to sustain the moral character of a 
people. _ 1 

The visit of Queen Elizabeth will have stirred 
nothing but admiration for her person and in this 
way fostered respect for her high office. The 
sentimentalist will have felt a swelling pride in 
being a part of Her Majesty’s vast family. 
Practical people will have been gratified at her 
sensible admonition to concern themselves for “the 
unending work of creating and caring for a 
satisfying and civilized human existence in these 
splendid natural surroundings.” Children will 
remember a smiling sovereign, a very human 
Queen, as well as the crashing of the salute, the 
flags aflutter and the dignity of the ceremony. 

These things are all part of democracy in 
Canada, and Her Majesty foremost among the 
symbols of this happy state. 

They are worth remembering. 


Gifts for Posterity 


r IS GRATIFYING to British Colummbians that 
successive governments have had the foresight 
to maintain a generous parks policy. They haVe not 
been niggardly when it comes to the reservation of 
huge tracts for the enjoyment of the public, the 
welcome stranger as well as the native. Mr. 
Bennett’s government is no exception. In fact, both 
in the proclamation of new park areas and in park 
development generally, this administration has set 
an example it would be wise to emulate in years to 
come. 

Establishment of the inadequately and iflv 
imaginatively named Pacific Rim National Park 
has just been formalized. The name, of course, is of 
Ottawa'I chqosing and under sufficient pressure it 
might be changed to something more acceptable. 
Nootka has been suggested. Maquinna would be 
fitting for a locality where once that great chief 
was dominant. 

This new park is a sprawling thing, its borders 
still not finalized. It is being created in stages, in 
fact. Part 1, as it is called, contains the Long 
Beach area, some 16 miles of surf and sand, and 
about 26,000 acres. It is this section which might 
be said to have been “established.” 

Part 2 lies to the south, and includes the 
Effingham Islands in Barkley Sound, a land area 
of approximately 2,800 acres. Here, ft is 
understood, land acquisition is not yet complete 
and is in the hands of the B.C. government. Target 
date for incorporation of the Barkley Sound area 
into the park demesne is Oct. 1,1972. 

Part 3 is that area, still farther to the south, 
!That includes the West Coast Life Saving Trail 


from Port San Juan to Cape Beale, with a tentative 
area of 22,500 acres. As in the northern section 
where a Kennedy Lake section may eventually be 
included, the so-called Nitinat Lake Triangle has 
been proposed by conservationists as desireable for 
acquisition. There is no doubt it Would add greatly 
to the attractiveness of this section; but. even 
without it the proposed park area is impressive. 

Settlement of Part 2 borders is set for April 1, 
1975. 

Before long it is expected another big park 
Will be proclaimed in the north, to be called Mouht 
fccfziza, after the strange volcanic mountain which 
is a feature of the tract in the Stikine country. It is 
understood the recreation area will cover more 
than 600,000 acres. 

When it is asked what might be considered 
British Columbia’s greatest contribution to the 
confederation, It could very reasonably be argued 
that the establishment of the greatest and most 
spectacular park area in the world for the national 
enjoyment is worth mentioning. 

Such renowned national park* as Glacier, 
Kootenay and Yoho, and now the Pacific Rim, are 
more than matched in grandeur and mass by the 
provincial reserves like Wells Gray, Garibaldi, 
Strathcona and the rest. The nearly seven million 
acres in aggregate comprise a splendid national 
heritage. 

In an age when mankind approaches the point 
of no return by the poisoning of his environment it 
is a matter for congratulation that this province 
has planned well to preserve for posterity some 
examples of the land that God created. 


Ottawa Offbeat 

i 1 1 ■ 1 — ■ 

: The MPs - A Limited Difference 


G OOD to hear it officially - 
and it’s about as official 
as it could get when it comes 
ffom the federal solicitor, 
general, Jean-Plerre Goyer, 
and House of Commons 
Speaker, tha respected Lucien 
Lamoureux — that even soon- 
to-be-$26,000«a-year members 
of Parliament aren’t special. 

■ Some of them only think 
t$ey are. 

* And all of them have 
contrived, in a collective self- 
seeking way, to give them¬ 
selves special economic status 
through special tax privileges. 
★ ★ ★ 

‘A goodly portion of their 
parliamentary pay is tax-free 
— under the heading of 
expenses — and while other 
Canadian*, too, may enjoy 
tax deductions for some out-of- 
pocket business costs, the 
parliamentarians’ seal is 
something else. 

They e n j 9 y the same 
expense allowances in taxa¬ 
tion as their electors plua 
the rather extraordinary ar¬ 
rangement of still something 
more off the income top ... 
more than ever before. 

Better, far, far better to 
have railed their pay — the 
need was real and urgent, and 
is should have been the 
substantial increase it is to be 
— but it should all have been 
taxable. 

^The way It is with their 

X Bclal tax deal, the honor* 
le members simply don’t 
kfriow how rough they have 
allowed taxation to get — 
riiainly because they haven’t 
ffclt the full slicing of Its 
cutting edge. 

But apart from that not 
1 n consequential self-serving 


By RICHARD JACKSON, Colonist Ottawa Bureau 


piece of favoritism, parlia¬ 
mentarians are no different 
from the rest of us, although 
some of them have been 
trying to tell each other they 
are. 

P a r 1 i a m e ntarlans like 
ordinary people seem to come 
and go in generations, only 
more quickly. 

And the younger generation 
doesn’t remember some 
things because It never knew 
them in tha first place and 
didn’t take the trouble to 
enquire. 

As happened the other day 
when young (381 Prince 
Edward Island MP David 
MacDonald got all uptight in 
die Cbmmons with indignation 
over the RCMP compiling dos- 
siars on aume—but not all, by 
any means—parliamentarians. 
★ ★ ★ 

David MaoDohald aits as a 
Tory, but at heart he’s a 
small ” 1 ’’ liberal to the extent 
that some of his own Con¬ 
servative colleagues have 
accused him of being consti¬ 
tutionally a New Democrat. 

What Prime Minister Pierre 
Trudeau would describe as a 
“bleeding heart,” David Mac¬ 
Donald has bled for many 
causes including Biafra and 
the liberties of Quebec terror¬ 
ists. 

During his bleeding for the 
East African rebels, he was 
kidded — not entirely without 
justification — for taking a 
parliamentary posture which 
seemed to say: “Sure there’s 
poverty in P.E.I., but what 
about Biafra?” 

David MacDonald has 
spilled his blood, sweat and 
tears in many lost causes, but 


he distinguished himself as an 
MP like no other in the 
Commons, when alone in the 
House he voted against the 
gov emment ’8 anti-terrorist 
bill during the Quebec FLQ 
terror crisis. 

★ ★ ★ 

“Our democracy is a 
veneer,” he told a post-crisis 
rally of the Emergency 
Committee for the Restora¬ 
tion of Civil Liberties. “We 
are a very intolerant people. 
Our liberalism is superficial 
at best.” 

So it had to be David 
MacDonald who would bleed 
over the horrendouf prospect 
of the RCMP keeping a 
running file on some parlia¬ 
mentarians. 

Was it the practice of the 
RCMP “to photograph and in 
other ways cover meetings in 
which MPs participate?” he 
asked hi the Commons. 

It was a breach of parlia¬ 
mentary privilege, he 
charged, and seconded a 
motion saying just that, since 
surveillance by the RCMP 
could Imply “some form of 
Intimidation.” 

★ ★ ★ 

David MacDonald was all 
upset that Prince Edward 
Island Premier Alex Camp¬ 
bell’s legislature had banned 
hippies from mass-invading 
the sea-girt province and 
polluting its beaches. 

It was a breach of civil 
liberties, he felt, apparently 
forgetting that it was at a 
hippie haven in Gaspe — 
which ruined the tourist trade 
— where Paul and Jacques 
Rose and others convicted or 
accused o f FLQ kidnap- 




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Centennial Day » 


- PhofcigttuA by T. W. Patnwt. 


OUR READERS’ VIEWS 


Teachers’ 

Choice 


B EING a little behind with 
my reading last week, it 
was only recently that I saw 
Nancy Brown’s article in your 
April 30 edition entitled “Flag 
Salute Non-exiatent.” 

It interested me to note 
that the teachers of our young 
want to substitute Canadian 
institutions for Queen and 
country as objects of our 
loyalty and regard. 

I know what my beautiful 
country looks like and what 
my beautiful Queen looks like 
and I know for what they 
stand. 

Do you suppose that Gorde 
Hunter could be prevailed 
upon to draw me a picture of 
a Canadian Institution, which 
might help me in the trans¬ 
ference of my allegiance to 
the choice of our children’s 
mentors? Doubtless, the chil¬ 
dren, when fully indoctri¬ 
nated, will be able to tell me 
what it stands for. I doubt, 
however, that they will recog¬ 
nize that my grammar has 
slipped. 

F. E. GRUBB, 
1998 Cochrane St., 
Victoria 


To be considered for publication in whole or in 
part , letters must be on subjects of general Interest, 
and it signed with pen-names, must be accompanied 
by writer's name and address. Preference will be 
given to those that are brief. 


murder terrorism did their 
summer “training.” 

Premier Campbell had let 
drop word that the RCMP 
had been keeping an eye on 
some parliamentarians, and 
David MacDonald, all indig¬ 
nation, was in hot civil 
libertarian pursuit of the 
facts. 

Tough, no-nonsense Solicitor- 
General Goyer set him 
straight on them. 

The RCMP “should;treat all 
Canadians alike,” he said. “It 
does not rest with the RCMP 
to say that because a citizen 
is a professor, a corporation 
president or even an MP hs 
•njoys a certain immunity. 

“There is no provision in 
the law that MPs are not also 
citizens, that they enjoy the 
immunity to do anything.” 

Then later, Jean-Pierre 
Goyer came right out with it. 
Yes, although he personally 
hadn’t seen one, he was “sure 
the RCMP has dossiers on 
some MPs.” 

Fof- example, like former 
civil servants — and there 
are some now MPg. — who 
had aceels to top-secret 
material and required clear¬ 
ance by Security and Intelli¬ 
gence Division of the RCMP. 

★ *T 

Speaker Lamoureux nailed 
It down: parliamentarians 
had known as far back as 
1946 — perhaps even long 
before then — that they were 
not immune from security 
surveillance, so why the fuss? 

Remember Girds Mun- 
singer and Prime Minister 
Pearson calling for the RCMP 
dossiers of all MPs? 

And Soviet spy Fred Rose, 
member of Parliament for 
Montreal-Cartier? 


Prison Deals 

A prison system that make* 
deals with its prisoners will 
on the whole return them to 
society worse than when 
received into its custody. A 
system of this kind fails in its 
functions to protect society, 
and on the other hand, 
contributes heavily to the 
economic burdens that have 
continually to be borne by the 
taxpayer. 

Under the Minister of Jus¬ 
tice, the Commissioner of 
Penitentiaries has the control 
and management of all Cana¬ 
dian penitentiaries, prisoners 
and matters connected there¬ 
with. Under the jurisdiction of 
these men a new privileged 
class has emerged from the 
underworld to take its place 
in the sun. 

Today our criminal classes 
hiv enjoying a gi enter reve¬ 
nue from the national purse 
than any other section of our 
population. 

Crime does not pay, so they 
tell us, but society pays for 
crime to the merry tune of 
millions of dollars each year. 

After 35 years in the prison 
service I have come to the 
conclusion that one key to 
successful treatment of 
prisoners are small well run 
institutions, allowing better 
members of the staff to be 
more effective ih dealing with 
each individual. Effective 
treatment takes time, and 
requires a program suited to 
the needs of the man. 

There must be discipline, 
work and living conditions 
suited to the different groups. 


This would require varying 
periods of treatment and a 
modified educational and 
training program. 

No inmate should be re¬ 
leased from prison until he 
has shown that he is ready to 
return to the community. 

Most penitentiary problems 
can b e solved by good 
meals, plentiful and varied, 
good sanitation, proper light¬ 
ing, and recreation should 
never be overlooked, hard 
labor properly planned, first 
to eventually benefit the 
inmate and second, to facili¬ 
tate administration. 

If the prison problems of 
the world are to be solved it 
will be by those who have 
given their lives to a solution; 
by the students and profes¬ 
sors, the wardens and ad¬ 
ministrators, the physicians, 
psychiatrists and social 
workers who have met the 
prisoners face to face. 

It will not be solved by 
political representatives un¬ 
less they confer with and 
follow the suggestions of 
those who have given their 
lives to the most baffling and 
difficult department of civil 
administration, namely prison 
administration. 

A prisoner has rights as a 
human being, but so does the 
widow and five children now 
fatherless due to the actions 
of some criminal. 

PENOLOGY. 


Welfare 

The government is being 
blamed for anything and 
everything that causes the 
public discomfort or worry, 
but no individual or group of 
individuals could cause the 
chaos in which we live today. 
In this 20th century, some 
strange ideas and ideals have 
developed and the govern¬ 
ment is expected to make it 
all work. These ideas are 
unworkable and often destruc¬ 
tive but the public demands 
that they are tried out. The 
result is that we live In a 
muddle somewhere between a 
kindergarten and a mad 
house. 

Let us take welfare for 
example. What government or 
individual has the right to 
provide financial support to 16- 
year-old children who have 
decided to leave home? 

, People may think that they 
are helping these kids but 
they are dead wrong, because 
they just develop into leeches 
and blood suckers. The crying 
shams is that the support 
money is coming from many 
of the elderly people who 
have proudly taken care of 
their proparty and money and 
now must hand it over to the 
government in income tax. 

No one likes to see suffer¬ 
ing and privation, but as long 


as we provide continued fin¬ 
ancial support to our young 
people they never will learn 
to stand alone. They only 
increase our tax burden. 

Of the many false nations of 
this 20 th century, welfare is 
one of the worst, but why 
blame the government 
because it doesn’t work? No 
governing body can take over 
our own individual responsi¬ 
bilities, and welfare is n 
comfortable and easy way of 
relieving us of those responsi¬ 
bilities. Governments are 
good servants but only as 
good as the households they 
serve. 

MRS. M GARRARD, 
106—1340 Harrison St.. 

Victoria 


Free Hess 

I aee that one of the recent 
editions of the Colonist has 
printed a photograph of 
Rudolf Hess’s wife and son on 
their way out from Spandau 
Prison after visiting him. It is 
high time that thia man was 
released from incarceration! 
Under no circumstances can 
Hess be considered a war 
criminal. It is true that he 
was a member of the German 
Nazi Party, and also Hitler’s 
deputy, but the only charge 
against him at Nuremberg 
was that he penned his 
signature in 1935 to a docu¬ 
ment decreeing compulsory 
military service in Germany! 
This surely cannot be con¬ 
sidered a crime at all! 

Not only did he not commit 
any war crimes (how could 
he when he was imprisoned In 
Great Britain for four years 
during Second World War?) 
but in 1941, «t the risk of his 
own life, he flew over to Great 
Britain, a country at war with 
his, in order to bring about a 
peaceful settlement of the 
conflict. While he did this 
without Hitler's permission, 
there can be no doubt that it 
met with the latter's ap¬ 
proval. 

While it was right and 
proper to try German and 
Japanese war criminals, why 
were those responsible for the 
horrors of Hiroshima and 
Nagasaki, i n which over 
100,000 defenceless civilians 
perished, not also brought to 
trial? What also about those 
who caused the wanton de¬ 
struction of the cultural city 
of Dresden, in which some 
135,000 civilians died, and the 
fire-bombing of the city of 
Hamburg, taking the toll of 
about 70,000 civilian lives? 
Why were these people al¬ 
lowed to get away with it? A 
crime is a crime, whoever 
commits it, or should only 
those who lose a war have to 
face trial? 

Far from being sentenced 
to life imprisonment, Hess 


should have been acquitted 
along with Schacht and Von 
Papen. His release is long 
overdue. It is still not too 
late to free him. 

RICHARD D. CORRANCE, 
1037 Oaigdarroch Rd., 
Victoria. 


Divvy Up 

Referring to the Impending 
decision on the MPs raise of 
38,000 a year, I would like to 
make a comment. 

Seeing as this country is 
run by the “democratic” 
system, wouldn’t it be just to 
have things voted by the 
people and of the people. The 
MPs voted the 45c a month 
raise for the pensioners, so, in 
turn the pensioners should be 
given all the facts and be 
allowed to vrrte tor the MPs’ 
raise. 

Due to their years and 
experience, elderly people are 
wise in basic fundamentals. 
They know that members In 
parliament would need thou¬ 
sands of more dollars to live 
on than them, for travel, and 
better clothes and better cars 
for good impressions. After 
all, who ever heard of an MP 
walking or taking a bus to his 
job7 The elder citizens would 
be just in their decision. Is 
38,000 really necessary? Why 
not 35,000, and give the 
difference to another increase 
for the pensioners? 

Perhaps, it is the sign of 
the times in the “last days” 
(Matt. 24, verse 12.) 

This is just a thought of 
mine towards equality from a 
disillusioned citizen. 

J. M. SPINELLI 


Inflation 

The defeating of inflation is 
a psychological problem not 
an economical problem. 

All the world’s leading 
economists are now comp¬ 
letely defeated by Inflation. 
Inflation is the result of an 
altitude of mind. There is the 
mistaken belief that inflation 
will benefit the individual. 

At present inflation is defi¬ 
nitely benefiting certain groups 
at the expense of other 
groups and so it continues 
naturally. 

Legislation could be intro¬ 
duced to ensure that as 
inflation rises everyone’s 
income will similarly rise. 
After a time, say several 
years, it will begin to dawn 
that no one Is getting ahead 
but merely taking part in a 
numbers game with noughts 
added to the pay oheque. 

As this dawns, people will 
begin to see how foolish their 
behavior is and will gradually 
cease to demand more and 
more for less and less thereby 
not staying where they are 
but going gradually back¬ 
wards. 

This realization by the 
majority will be tlie death of 
inflation. 

H. S. THULLIER, 
2424 Beach Drive, 
Victoria 
























U«Hu (ttnlonllt. Vlctorlo, BC, Sundoy, Moy 9, 1971 J 


Politicians Playing to the Galleries Over Preservation of Gulf of Georgia Issue 

* _ 

B.C., Ottawa Vie for Acclaim in New Ecological Battle 


_ B.G. and Ottawa are embroiled in another one of 
those knockdown-and-drag-out, see-what-a-good-boy- 
am-I ecological battles, this time over the preserva¬ 
tion of the Gulf of Georgia. 

The federal government ha* 


its proposed underwater na¬ 
tional park In the gulf and a 
couple of cabinet ministers In 
the past few days have come 
out from Ottawa to tell us 
this development is inevitable. 


Any thinking person would 
be hard put to come up with 
an argument against preser¬ 
vation of the environment in 
one of the loveliest island- 
studded bodies of sheltered 
water to be found anywhere. I 


can think of none that would 
justify neglect of this task. 

But I still get the very 
strong impression that Ot¬ 
tawa wants me, and you and 
the public generally, to re¬ 
member that they and not 
B.C. came up with this 
brilliant idea in the first 
place. 

On the other hand, B.C. 
Isn’t being particularly gra¬ 
cious about the formal federal 
proposal made by Indian 


Affairs and Northern Devel¬ 
opment Minister Jean Chre¬ 
tien this past week, for 
reasons which remain un¬ 
stated but can easily be 
guessed at. 

The province has its own 
pollution control programs, 
which it feels are now being 
threatened by federal Inter¬ 
ference, and it is establishing 
ecological reserves to protect 
the habitat of rare birds, 
animals and plants. Several of 


these non-park reserves were 
set up last Monday in the 
Gulf of Georgia. 

So naturally the province, 
which has the same aware¬ 
ness as Ottawa of the im¬ 
portance of the environment 
in the public mind, wants to 
tell how it is curbing pollution 
and guarding the quality of 
our life. 

Chretien has said the fed¬ 
eral government is content to 
“let the public decide" 


Our Vulnerability to Communism Alarms U.S. Rightists 

John Birchers To Save Canada! 


By PETER WORTHINGTON 

The John Birch Society has 
discovered Canada. 

And they’re frightened at 
what they’ve found here. It 
seems that by rightwing 
Birchian standards Canada is 
unorganized, unaware, and 
alarmingly vulnerable to a 
communist takeover — if that 
takeover hasn't already oc¬ 
curred. 

Despite Canada’s awesome 
lethargy and inaction, the 
John' Birch Society is deter¬ 
mined to save us, if only for 
the protection of America. 

The Birch Society’s mag¬ 
azine, American Opinion, ran 
a 27-page story in its April 
issue on Canada: How the 
Communists Took Control. 

The article, by Allen Stang, 
calls Prime Minister Trudeau 
a M o s c ow-Peking-oriented 
communist; Solicitor-General 
Jean-Pierre Goyer was “neck- 
deep in Red Fronts"; Infor¬ 
mation Canada boss Jean- 
Louis Gagnon is "a member 
of the Communist Party 
Tommy Douglas runs the 
“Marxist NDP”; and Senate 
leader Paul Martin once “fled 
a delegation of Comrades to 
the Communist First World 
Youth Council/* 

And so on. 

One senior Birch official, on 
a field trip through Canada, 
put it this way: “You^guys 
are really in trouble — you 
don’t know what's going on; 
you’ve got no organization to 
fight the takeover.” 

Tlw Birch Society is deter¬ 
mined to help save Canada, 
which is colored a deep 
pink on Birchian maps — a 
shade lighter than the Soviet 
Union and China, but only 
just. Canada is colored the 
same shade of pink as is 
Russia’s wary neighbor, Fin¬ 
land. 

As a first step towards 
helping save Canada from 
communism the John Birch 
Society has drawn up lists of 
every doctor, psychiatrist, 
lawyer and key politician in 
the country. The intention is 
to mail each a reprint of the 
How Communists took Can¬ 
ada article. . 

In April, the society had 
Bruce Taylor, the personable 
and persuasive advertising 
and promotion manager of 
the society, touring Canada. 
He is trying to raise 525.000 
and contacting individuals 
who. because they may be 
considered alert to Soviet and 
subversive tendencies, /ire 
assumed to be right-wing 
politically and potential Birch 
sympathizers. 

Birchers have difficulty ap¬ 
preciating that someone can 
be dubious of leftwing trends 
without being a potential 
Birch fan. 

The 525,000 raised in Can¬ 
ada would be matched in the 
U.S., and the total used to 


mail 250,000 copies of the 
“Communist Canada" article 
to influential figures. 

Earlier, when Stang was 
researching his article, an¬ 
other member, Pat Mahoney, 
was also assessing the Cana¬ 
dian situation. 

According to Birch Society 
thinking, Soviet-style com¬ 
munism simply fits into an 
overall picture of interna¬ 


tional subversion which began 
in the 17008 when an elitist 
organization was begun in 
Bulgaria which called itself 
the "IUumanti." 

Various historical figures, 
ranging from George Wash¬ 
ington to v Winston Churchill, 
have supposedly warned 
about this conspiracy. 

The Birch ’Society gives 
Canada about 18 months to be 
saved, else we'll be beyond 


the point of no return from 
communism. 

Talking to them, one feels 
they are metaphorically kick¬ 
ing themselves for ignoring us 
so long, and letting our 
country reach such a pre¬ 
carious state. 

They have a friendly liaison 
with the Edmund Burke So¬ 
ciety in Canada, but express 
doubts that its right-wingish 
members have sufficient 


Humphrey Gaining Ground 
In Open Nomination Race 


By JAMES CARY 
From Washington 

A report by the Republican 
National Committee that it 
now considers Sen. Hubert 
Humphrey the odds-on favor¬ 
ite to win the Democratic 
presidential nomination comes 
as no major surprise. 

It has been apparent for a 
number of weeks that the 
former vice - president was 
moving up quietly and 
steadily in party standings 
while Sen. Edmund Muskie, 
the front runner, was showing 
signs of early wear. 

Humphrey has been busy 
travelling and speaking, re¬ 
newing old party liaisons and 
friendships, rebuilding broken 
bridges — and most of all 
repairing relations with the 
liberal wing of the party. 

It was the defection of the 
liberals, coupled with a lack 
of funds and alienation of the 
South that hurt Humphrey the 
most in his unsuccessful run 
at the presidency as the 
Democratic nominee in 1968. 

Now, more and more, 
Humphrey is aligning himself 
with the anti-Vietnam stance 
of the liberals, calling for a 
fixed date for a U.S. with¬ 
drawal, and attacking the 
Nixon administration on its 
economic policies. 

He has taken other steps to 
Improve his image too. He 
has shed weight, dyed his hair 
and maintained the proper 
decorum of stating he is not a 
candidate while keeping the 
door carefully ajar — just in 
case. 

In the meantime Muskie, 
who is still in front in the 
polls, has manoeuvred his 
foot into his mouth over 
comments m$de while in the 
Soviet Union. 

He has also been accused of 


vacillating on Vietnam and 
other issues, and reversed his 
field to say he thought U.S. 
troops should stay in Europe. 

The Republicans, noting all 
this, say Humphrey will 
emerge as the principal bene¬ 
ficiary of Muskie’s difficulties 
— providing Sen. Edward 
Kennedy stays out of the 
race. 

In its publication “Monday" 
the GOP National Committee 
noted that from November to 
March Muskie’s support in 
the party dropped from 33 to 
26 per cent while Humphrey’s 
rose from 16 to 21 per cent. 

“There is nothing to stop 
this steady attrition,” the 
report said, “for Humphrey is 
quietly and actively promot¬ 
ing it. Moving about the 
c ountry, getting exposure, 
garnering publicity, stressing 
his availability — Humphrey 
is consciously pumping him¬ 
self up in the Democratic 
preference polls.” 

The committee rated him 
as the only viable alternative 
to Muskie as a moderate 
liberal champion. 

“The nation is left with the 
impression,” says the report, 
“that HHH intends an 
emergent, booming Humphrey 
candidacy alongside a Muskie 
bandwagon that has aston¬ 
ished the press by rolling 
backwards!” 

Humphrey acknowledges no 
such conscious effort. He has 
indicated he will not enter 
any of the presidential pri¬ 
maries — but then he did not 
in 1968 either and still won 
the nomination. 

His expressed view bn 
running again is that he’s a 
realist, is not an avowed 
candidate, is* not campaigning 
In spite of the heavy speaking 
schedule he maintains, but 


may take a closer look at the 
situation later. 

The Republican National 
Committee calls this “reaping 
the benefits of candidacy” 
without having to pay the 
price. 

Its report says: 

“Staying coy about his 
intentions, running slightly off 
the pace, he has kept the 
critical press at arm’s length. 
Meanwhile the front runner, 
Sen. Muskie, has the . . . 
political correspondents dog¬ 
ging his tracks, writing the 
kind of skeptical, critical, 
objective copy that does a 
candidate little good, and 
uncovers all his potential and 
actual weaknesses.’’ 

Kennedy, last of the Ken¬ 
nedy political dynasty, of 
course, is a major question 
mark. The commonly ac¬ 
cepted view in Washington is 
that he could have the 
Democratic nomination if he 
wanted it. 

The more skeptical, minor¬ 
ity view is that Kennedy, who 
says he will not be a 
candidate in 1972, may never 
be able to recover ffom the 
effects of Chappaquiddick. 

That is the Massachusetts 
island where a girl on Ken¬ 
nedy’s staff drowned after his 
car plunged off a road. 
Kennedy was unable to rescue 
her. Many questions about the 
incident have been raised and 
left unanswered. 

, So if Kennedy doesn’t run it 
would indeed seem possible 
that old pro Humphrey can 
pull off what the GOP says he 
will. Their conclusion is: 

“Muskie is slipping fast . . . 
If there were a signed 
Kennedy commitment not to 
run, we would have to make 
Hubert H. Humphrey ... the 
odds-on favorite.” 


No Room at the Door 


Bv DENNIS BRAITHWAITE 

They say that if Jesus were 
alive and doing His thing 
today, He would most likely 
be put in jail. 

No? Well, a Toronto man 
was picked up the other day 
and charged with vagrancy 
for going around knocking on 
doors and preaching to those 
who answered his knock. The 
judge said he could frighten 
people that way. 

The man had no money, no 
job, no stated home, and had 
only the clothes he was 
wearing and a Bible in his 
hand. 

This man, obviously, is 
guilty of several things. He 
has no money and that, in our 
society, is a moral if not a 
criminal offence. He has no 
job, which makes him at least 
undesirable. 

He has only the clothes on 
his back, which means he 
probably isn’t very neat, and 
that’s bad. Carrying a Bible, 
of course, is prima facie 


evidence of eccentricity, If not 
subversion. 

“Preaching the word of 
God," was the man’s descrip¬ 
tion of what he was up to 
during his rounds. The fault 
there was geographic. v 

Pleaching is sanctioned, it 
done in a licensed establish¬ 
ment, like a church; but 
taking the word directly to 
the people in their homes, the 
way a Fuller brush man 
hawks his wares, violates the 
ordinance against street ped¬ 
dling and also falls under the 
definition of vagrancy. 

Laws exist for the protec¬ 
tion of the public and we 
can’t have people going 
around upsetting ordinary cit¬ 
izens by knocking on their 
doors and telling them to love 
their neighbors and repent for 
their sins and so on. Not in a 
Christian country we can’t. 
Not in this day and gener¬ 
ation. 

Hamlet /after begging his 


mother to confess herself to 
Heaven): 

Forgive me this my virtue; 

.For in the fatness of these 
pursy times 

Virtue itself of vice must 
pardon beg, 

Yea. curb and woo for leave 
to do him good. 

Likewise, in the fatness of 
our pursy times. The prosecu¬ 
tor in the Calley case, was he 
not begging pardon when he 
wrote to the president com¬ 
plaining about the chief ex¬ 
ecutive’s yielding to pressure 
In Calley’s favor? 

Weren’t the peace demon¬ 
strators in Washington last 
week begging pardon of the 
administration, when the ad¬ 
ministration should have been 
begging theirs? 

And our pensioners with 
their 40-cents-a-month in¬ 
crease, see how they beg 
pardon of their benefactors in 
Ottawa whose increase is of a 
somewhat different order. 


depth qf understanding and 
ideological awareness as to 
the precise nature of the 
international conspiracy. 

To B irchians President 
Nixon is part of the con¬ 
spiracy, as was Hubert Hum¬ 
phrey. President Eisenhower, 
President Johnson, and Wil¬ 
liam Buckley. 

These are members of the 
“Insiders” group, which is a 
stratum higher than Commun¬ 
ist Party subversives, and who 
are biding their time until 
appropriate moment to sell 
freedom out to totalitarian¬ 
ism. 

According to Birchers, all 
the troubles wracking Amer¬ 
ica are the fault of the 
“conspiracy.” 

According to one Birch 
official, the only thing pre¬ 
venting the “takeover" now is 
guns among the people. 

“Ninety, or even 95 per cent, 
of the people want nothing to 
do with communism. Do you 
realize tMht there are more 
guns in the hands of the 
people in America than there 
are weapons in the rest of the 
world combined? That’s 
what’s delaying their take¬ 
over!” 

As a Birch official put it 
after visiting Canada: “If 
America falls — the world is 
finished, freedom is dead. We 
can’t afford to have Canada 
go communist .. .” 

According to its officials, 
The John Birch Society is 
increasing in popularity and 
influence as disorders in 
America expand. There is a 
Messiah-like aura about them, 
and a confidence that has 
been lacking in the past. 

"We have alerted the 
people who count in America, 
and w'e will defeat the 
conspiracy.” one stated with 
simple, calm fervor. 

“Canada is a more serious 
case in a way — but we will 
help you save yourselves. 
Don’t worry about that.” 

Contrary to John Birch 
expectations, there may be a 
great number of non and anti- I 
communist Canadians who | 
might worry a great deal f 
about being "saved” from i 
anything by the John Birch * 
Society. 


Ordinary people everywhere 
spend their lives begging 
pardon of their betters, who 
became better than they, not 
by adherence to virtue, but by 
its simulation. The way of the 
transgressor is not hard, it’s 
easy; and generally profit¬ 
able. An honest man’s a fool 
and destined for failure. 

Our friend who preached 
from door to door should have 
known the fuzz would be 
-called in on the case. The 
Gideons have permission to 
put Bibles in hotel rooms; hut 
nobody has the right to carry 
one around loose like that, 
reading from It in the streets, 
haranguing the public with its 
message. 

Love can’t be thrown about 
just any old place. It must be 
certified, and pasteurized and 
put in the proper context. A 
little bK of freelance good in 
the wrong place at the wrong 
time can cause misunder¬ 
standing and do a lot of 
harm. 


whether the underwater park 
scheme should go ahead. He 
seems quite confident that 
heavy support will be forth¬ 
coming. 

Federal Fisheries Minister 
7ack Davis, the proposed new 
minister of the environment 
who has made this hie pet 
project, goes even further. He 
says Ottawa will decide and 
the answer will be yes. 

This leaves B.C. Recreation 
Minister Kenneth Kierrian. 
who received the federal 
proposal from Chretien lait 
Monday, in the position of 
having to say. rather huffily, 
that the province doesn’t 
really understand the concept 
of an underwater park. 

In doing so, he manages to 
leave a strong impression 
that it will be something 
rather costly which will ham¬ 
per proper development and 
benefit only a small minority 
of skindivers. 

Davis claims, however, the 
Gulf of Georgia Is. by all 
odds, the most interesting 
underwater area In Canada 
and is in fact one of the 
world’s best from an ecolog¬ 
ical point of view. 

Davis says: “Our scientists 
tell us that the ' Gulf of 
Georgia has everything from 
the tiniest phyto-plankton to 
the largest killer whales. 
They tell us that it has the 
largest octopuses and the 
world’s finest salmon runs. 
They tell us that it has vast 
beds of sea urchins and great 
quantities of abalone similar 
to those found in southern 
seas. 

“And they say that inter¬ 
tidal havens, like Boundary 
Bay, attract migratory birds 
in great variety and in great 
profusion." 

In addition, Davis says, this 
unique 150-mile long strait 
has a climate which ranges 
from Mediterranean in the 
south to frigid along John¬ 
stone Strait in the north. 

But, at present, into this 
enclosed body of water are 
being poured three quarters 
of ail the garbage from 
domestic and Industrial waste 



Ian 

'Street 


ada. Fisheries and navigation 
are federal. But it wants and 
needs the co-operation of B.C. 
in protecting the quality of 
key sections of the surround¬ 
ing shoreline. 

^ A , . . The way NOT to achieve 

OU»wm I. determined to ^ happ ataU , j, ^ aay „ 

check thl. droning tM. ol r , avj , did , reccnt ipeeoh; 

pollution, and while It has "We are pioneering here and 

nnuiy weapons In IU arsenal, we may tavt to play , t ufe 


In tlie province. And that 
becomes more significant 
when you consider that pulp 
mills on the shores of Georgia 
Strait produce half of the 
province’s pulp. 


the creation of an underwater 
park seems to be the most 
acceptable to the public and 
in the long run could lie the 
most valuable. Unfortunately, 
B.C. seems to view this effort 
mulnly as a challenge to 
provincial jurisdiction. 

Ottawa has the power to 
carry out its intentiqp to 
create an underwater park. 
The bottom of the Gulf of 
Georgia belongs to all Can- 


Playing it safe to me, means 
that we should take in the 
whole Gulf now and work out 
the details later.” 

Why not just have both 
levels of government stop 
playing to the galleries and 
get down to the business of 
establishing an underwater 
national park where such 
protection is needed for the 
future? 


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Starting that hard 15th mile, UVic president Bruce 
Partridge mops his brow Saturday as he walks 
along Gorge waterway in Craigflower area. At 
right, part of Ross Bay shoreline filled with de¬ 
termined horde of marchers, including young, old 
and pets.—(Jim Ryan photos) 


Saanich Man 
Snaps Medal 

A Saanich man hat won 
first prize in a division of an 
1 n t e matkmal photographic 
competition. 

David Stirling, of 3500 Sali- 
bury Way, last week received 
a silver medal for taking first 
place In the Overseas Bird 
division of the competition 
sponsored by the British 
magazine Animals. 

Stirling's picture was of a 
kookaburra which he took on 
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Ignorance Major Police Hurdle 


By BRUCE LOWTHER 

What, the six-year RCMP 
constable in Colwood was 
asked, is the moat difficult 
part of his job as a police¬ 
man? 

A man of few but effective 
words, he replied: "People.” 

Yes, said the reporter, but 
what was the biggest problem 
about people? 

"Ignorance.” was the reply. 

Of the law? 

"Oh yea,” said the police¬ 
man, as if he hadn’t really 
been thinking of that. "And 
ignorance of each other.” 

This week has been desig¬ 
nated by Ottawa and the 10 
provinces as Canadian Police 
Week for these official 
reasons: "lb enhance the 
position of the police officer 
in the field of law enforce¬ 
ment and the community, and 
to instil respect tor law and 
order in Canada.” 

I thought it would be 
interesting to find out what 
policemen thought of having a 
week of their own but, as 
questioning of more than 30 
members of all the forces in 
Greater Victoria continued 
over three days, these much 
more interesting points kept 
cropping up: 

• What does each police¬ 
man think is the toughest 
part of his job? 

• What does he think is 
the biggest problem for all 
policemen? 

• Would he rather be a 
policeman or something else? 

The lack of unanimity in 
answers to the first two 
questions was surprising. 
Quite a few policemen said 
the biggest problem for them* 
selves and all police is 
disrespect for law and order, 
especially among youth, but 
many other answers were 
£ven. 

As for the third point, most 
policemen wanted to stay in 


the job but a surprising 
number agreed with an eight- 
year Victoria constable, who 
said: "If I knew something 
else as well and could do it 
for the same money, I 
wouldn’t be here.” 

Yet the majority of the 30 
— especially those in street- 
level jobs — agreed with a 
two-year Sidney RCMP man 
who said: "It s the best job in 
the world. It’s not routine. 
There’s always something 
new and different. Every time 
you talk to somebody, you 
learn something new." 

Names of the policemen 
interviewed cannot, unfortu¬ 
nately, be used for a variety 
of reasons, including their 
own requests. Those inter¬ 
viewed. were not chosen in 
advance, but simply ques¬ 
tioned as they came within 
view of the reporter. 

Only one, a 23-year Victoria 
man. greeted the difficult 
questions with: "I wouldn’t 
know where to begin.” 

The others all knew and it 
was interesting to note that 
policemen in specialized jobs 
like traffic or youth work 
consistently said the main 
problems of themselves and 
all police were in their special 
areas. 

Like the 11-year-old Victoria 
youth-detail officer who pin¬ 
pointed "the lack of parents' 
involvement with their own 
children." 

Typical of the majority was 
a 21-year Central Saanich 
constable who said he found 
most difficult "trying to 
understand the attitude of 
some persons who are so 
resentful of law and order. 

"I realize I am bound to be 
prejudiced but I try not to 
be,” he said. "I try to 
understand.” 

This same policeman was a 
minority of one in adding 
another Job problem: "The 
social restrictions that a 


policeman should impose upon 
himself, and most do.” 

Some other observations by 
Greater Victoria policemen 
about their own Jobs and their 
occupation in general: 

• An 18-y ear Saanich 
police executive: "Apart from 
crime, I would suggest the 
biggest problem is having 
people really understand what 
we are doing. We’re trying to 
maintain law and order but 
each person seems to try to 
temper this to suit them¬ 
selves. There’s a fair amount 
of frustration in getting this 
message across.” 

• A 10-year Saanich ser¬ 
geant: "The job is besoming 
more and more difficult 
because the public apparently 
doesn't seem to care what’s 
going on. Getting through to 
the younger generation . . . 
and its change in attitude 
toward adults is the biggest 
single problem.” 

• A 21-year RCMP offi¬ 
cial: "Notifying next of kin, 
and also taking a lot of guff 
from individuals who I 
wouldn’t personally rank as 
pillars of society when, be¬ 
cause of the nature of society, 
I’m unable to answer back. 
And the minority unfortu¬ 
nately getting the TV space 
and the newspaper stories.” 


Patton Knew It Would 


Padre’s Prayer 
Stops the Rain 


PUEBLO, Colo. (AP) - 
Msgr. James O’Neill says he 
hasn't seen the sward-winning 
movie Patton abut he re¬ 
members vividly serving with 
U.S. Gen. George Patton 
during the Second World War, 
including the time he com¬ 
posed a prayer at toe gener¬ 
al’s request 

With Patton’s forces stalled 
by rain in France in 1944, 
Msgr. O’Neill, then an army 
chaplain, reoeived a telephone 
call from the famed general. 

"We must do something 
about these rains If we are to 
win the war,” Msgr. O’Neill 
quoted Patton as saying. 

The Roman Ostoollc chap¬ 
lain typed out a short prayer 
and Patton ordered 250,000 
copies so every man in the 
U.S. 3rd Army would have 
one. % 

Four days later, the rain 
ceased and the assault re¬ 
sumed, Msgr. O'Neill re¬ 
called. 


He said he did not see the 
genera] again until a month 
later in Luxembourg. 

"Well, padre, our prayers 
worked,” he quoted Patton as 
saying. "I knew they would.” 

"Then," the churchman re¬ 
calls, "lie cracked, me on the 
side of my steel helmet with 
his riding crop. That was his 
way of saving, "well done!” 

Msgr. O’Neill, now 79, is 
assigned to Sacred Heart 
Cathedral here. 


Band Receives 
More Supplies 

PRINCE GEORGE (CP) — 
A float plane left here 
Thursday with an 1,100-pound 
load of food, clothing and toys 
tor the Fort Ware Indian 
community, 150 miles to the 
northwest. The shipment was 
the third to the impoverished 
140-member band. 


• A one-year Victoria 
constable: "Being classed by 
the public as sqcond-class 
citizens. Deep down, every¬ 
body has a resentment.” 

• A six-year Esquimau 
constable: "The way young* 
people are processed through 
the courts. A policeman will 
do a real good job on an 
investigation and then find 
out the young person who 
committed the crime was 
given a reprimand or a 
suspended sentence and is 
back at it, doing it again over 
and over.” 

• A seven-year Oak Bay 
constable also mentioned 
leniency to young offenders 
and added: "Policemen don’t 
feel it’s worthwhile charging 
them. And it’s not doing 
anything for the offender.” 

• A six-year Saanich con¬ 
stable: "Probably the lack of 
support from the crown in 
sentences that should be 
imposed for certain specific 
offences" — a reference 
mainly to commutation of 
death sentences for capital 
murder. 

• A 15-year Saanich 
officer mentioned a lack of 
social life and was one of two 
policemen who noted children 
are bugged at school because 
"their dad is a policeman.” 


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And, he added, most police¬ 
men feel "working traffic and 
giving people tickets ruins the 
image o f policemen and 
should be done by a separate 
unit.” 

• A one-year Victoria 
constable said he wished 
something could be done 
about inadequate facilities for 
drunks and vagrants — and 
wished he could act when he 
sees parents mistreating chil¬ 
dren, “but you can’t enter 
into it ... it’s entirely up to 
them.” 

• An 18-y ear Victoria 
man: "The citizens of Vic¬ 
toria are entitled to and 
deserve the best police pro¬ 


tection money can buy. The 
Victoria city police provides 
this service. The citizens of 
Victoria must become con¬ 
vinced the city police force 
deserves and is entitled to a 
standard of living equal to 
other police officers." 

Finally a combination of 
quotes by four of these same 
men: 

"Arrests aren’t what police 
work is about; it’s helping 
solve problems through ex¬ 
periences with others . . . It’s 
nothing dramatic ... I get too 
much satisfaction to go into 
any other job ... Once it gets 
in your blood, it’s pretty well 
there for good.” 


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OUTDOORS 
With Alec Merriman 


Victoria. SC. 


», 1971 


? 3-v 


Carefree Days 
In Wilderness 






How would you like to have 
a nice little fiah-tilled lake all 
to yourself for an overnight 
camping trip? That ia what 
we had on our recent up- 
laland King Fisherman trip 
. . . and you can, too, if you 
are willing to tackle the 
rougher overgrown roads and 
travel during the week. 

We found our little hit of 
heaven in the Sayward Forest 
lakes on a Sunday evening 
after all the weekend picnick¬ 
ers had taken off. and we had 
our choice of spots. 

We finally settled on the 
southern tip of little Gosling 
Lake, where were were able 
to launch our boat right into 
the lake and park our motor 
home overlooking the lake 
within 15 feet of the shoreline. 

And after the one picnicking 
group left about 7 p.m., we 
had the whole place to 
ourselves. Trout were 
dimpling and splashing all 
over, but they weren’t that 
easy to catch. 

The Evidence 

We had picked up trout by 
bobber fishing with worm in 
Lower Campbell Lake the 
night before, but we threw 
worm, fly and lures at the 
Gosling Lake trout without 
hooking one. They liked the 


worm and the bobber kept 
dipping, but they were fin- 
nicky we couldn't hook them. 
I suspect they were rather 
email fish just nibbling at the 
worm. 

But there was evidence 
there were some goodeiaed 
fish in the lake, because 
someone had cleaned a couple 
near the launching spot. 

The Monday moraine was 
beautiful, flat calm end hot, 
but the trout proved just as 
tiimicky. 

If you hit these lakes at the 
right times they can provide 
some real hot fishing for 
smallish cutthroats ... lots of 
fun fishing on fly, hires and 
worms. We have hit those 
times in other years and have 
taken kmit catches for four 
people without too much 
trouble ... 48 trout at that 
time. 

Pretty Rough 

Now is the time to fish and 
camp at those Sayward Lakes 
and there are 40 or more of 
them. Keep looking and ex* 
pioring and you are bound to 
find a spot all to yourself, if 
that is what you want. If you 
like oompany you can go to 
Loveland Lake on Lower 
Campbell, Mclvor Lake, Fry 
Lake. Morton Lake, or some 


of the other more popular 
•pots. 

The roads were still pretty 
rough when we went explor¬ 
ing a couple of weeks ago. 
The snow had just about gone 
and the road along Gosling 
Lake had just been bulidooed 
and big stones and nits were 
still in the roed. 

The road out of Gosling 
toward Loveland and Camp¬ 
bell River was nothing much 
more than a picturesque 
tunnel through second-growth 
evergreens and willows, 
which alapped against the 
skies and top of our motor 
home aa we pushed our way 
through. We were glad we 
had bought a smallish and 
fairly rugged vehicle that so 
far has proved ideal for bush 
travel, rather than one of the 
bigger and more luxurious 
camper-motor homes we had 
been considering. 

The roads into the Sayward 
Forest Reserve, now a second- 
growth timber reserve, seem 
almost endless. You never 
travel that area without find¬ 
ing some new spot. 

Travel Map 

We had along Doris 
(Staatny) Eert’s recreation 
map of Campbell River end 
Buttle Lake area, and it is 


Nobody within miles on Gosling Lake 


our table tor travel in this 
area. 

This time we entered the 
Sayward lakes area at the 
logging road at Bloedel an our 
way back from Kelsey Bay 
King Fishermq calls. 

That is an active logging 
road, only open tor recrea¬ 
tional travel during non¬ 
operating hours, but most of 
the other roads are open at 
all hours. 

You travel up the logging 
road severe! miles until you 
oome to the southern tip of 
rather large Mohun Lake 


where you can turn right and 
follow up the east store of 
Mohun to Morton Lake camp¬ 
ground and to camping and 
boat launching spots at the 
top of Mohun Lake. 

Or you can turn left, as we 
did, and take to the narrow 
rougher trail road past Hig¬ 
gins Lake where there is a 
road leading to a lakeshore 
camping spot, then along 
Gosling Lake where there is a 
trail leading to a camping 
spot at the northeastern end 
of the lake, which we ex¬ 
plored, and then decided to 


Kin# Fisherman 


Stations Carry Lot of Weight 


Wherever you fish on Van¬ 
couver Island you will find a 
handy weigh-in station to 
record your King Fisherman 
^ catch. 

There are 227 stations 
equipped on Vancouver Island 
and the adjoining Gulf Islands 
and each one has, as well as 
entry forms, subscription 
blanks so an angler may 
subscribe to the Colonist 
before going fishing, and 
thereby qualify for all prizes. 

You don’t have to be a 
subscriber to enter the King 
Fisherman Contest and win 
buttons and trophies, but you 
have to be a subscriber to win 
the CP Air hidden weight 
prize trip for two to Amster¬ 
dam and the other merchan¬ 
dise prizes. 

Here are the weigh-in 
stations: 


»' Association, 
Od» Centre, 


lers' Association 


t Anglers' A 
mo service 


Esquimau An# 

•lemin* Beech. 

Kd's Hod. Gun 
U17 Esquimau Roan 
Rrt’nh Wherry Sporttnc Goode. te 

Ksguiimit Roed 

West Bey Merine. « Heed 

June* Bay An#etV Awocsa- 
Ucn. 75 Dallas Howl. 

Harbor Boat Rentals, opposite 
Empress Hotel. 

Clover Poi 
rsJrfleld 
Moss Street 
Oak Bay Mtem. 1W Beach 
Drive. 

Imperial Centre. 1700 Hillside 
Avenue 

University H«*ht* Esso Service 
Sfc-*i«n. S9i4 S!ielt>oume Street 
Gordons Sporting Goods, 1080 
Hillside Avenue. 

Askey'e Fish Market. 7tl Fort 
fltntt. 

Royal Coachman Tackle Shop. VtB 

Government Street , _ 

Ben Hill Sporting Goods, ISIS 
Ptgl** Street 

Peftz A Son. 574 Johnson Street 
Robinson's Sporting Goods, 1807 
Broad Street 

T. Eaton Co. Ltd. — Victoria, 
•porting Goods Department 
Jeune Bros., 570 Johnenn Street 
Victoria Sporting Goode, 1*0 
BsmB Street. 

Burnside Eseo Sendee Station. 800 

Wwt Burnside. _. _ 

McKenzie Esso Service fiUUoa, 
McKenzie and Quadra. 

SAANICH. SIDNEY AND 
BRENTWOOD 

MdMorran's Reeort Cordova Bay. 
Stanford Esso Service Station, 4253 
Stanford Avenue. 

Royal Oak Eseo Service Station. 
«HB West Saanich Road. 


Resort Telegraph F 
Prospect Lake i 
leant cnRoad. 


West 


Gilbert's Boats A Gride Service. 

1M S aidera Lane. Bran t woo d Bav 
Brentwood Boat Rentals, 7W Ver- 
dter. Brentwood Bay. 

Creed's Sport Fishing. 7054 Brent¬ 
wood Drive, Brentwood Bay 
Angler's Anchorage. Mer¬ 

chant Brentwood Bay. 

Patricia Bay Naval Tiro Hal. 
Patricia Bay. 

Deep Cove Marine. lflWJ Madrona 
Drive. RR No. 1. Sidney. 

West Port Marina. 2051 Swells 
Bay. R.R. No. L Sidney. 


Bay 

"v!m *U4e y 'Marina. *» Harbor 
(toed. Sidney. 

Clark Bros . Marina and Store, 
M775 McDonald Peril Row!. Sidney. 

Canoe Cove Store. Canoe Q»ve, 
Swartz Bay Road. Sidney. 

Sidney Sporting Goods, MSS 
Bee ooo Avenue, Sidney. 


Avenue. SMney. 

BIU SUvarwood'e Launching Ramp. 


Shady Willows Resort Tripp Road. 
St. Mary Lake. 

Scott Point Marina, Soott Point 
Well bury Point Campsites, Ganges. 
Booth Bay Resort Ganges. 

Mouat's Store. Ganges. 

Harbor House Hotel. Ganges. 
Ganges Marina. Ganges. 

Cusheon Lake Resort, Box <US. 


ft ALIA NO BUND 

Standard Service. 

Galiano Lodge. 

FEND EE BLAND 
BedwsH Harbor Store. South Pen¬ 
der Island. 

Soot's Lair, Browning Bay. North 


VIEW ROYAL 
AND PORT RENFREW 
Hsknnwt Navel Fire HaM. Belmont 

Langford Lake Slate, 1112 Gold- 
stream Avenue. 

Col wood RoyaHte Service Station. 
OBI Hooke Road. 

Jenkins General Store, 4MS 

MHohosin 

Weir's Beath Basset. Weir's 
Beach. 

Pcdder Bay Marina, Madder Bay. 


Milne’s Landing Stare. 

Sooke Bay Reeort 

Sooke Harbor Boat Launching 
Ramp- 

Caravan Juan Da Fare. Otter 

Print 

Frank Elliott Boat Rentals. Port 

Port Renfrew Weigh-In Station. 
Port Renfrew. 

OOLDRTRF.AM TO DUNCAN 
Hall's Boathouse, Bax JOS, Grid- 
stream. 

Shore Acres Reeort MW Bay 

Road. RR L MM Bay. 

MiU Bay Marina/MM Bay. 
McDoneM's Marina. Cherry Print 
Road. RR L Cowtahan Bay. 

Wllcuma Lodge. Cowl chan Bay. 
CowMhan Bay nuv Cowl chan Bey. 
Ordano's Boat Rentals, Cowl chan 

Baystore Marina. Cowl chan Bay. 
Pter 68, Oowichea Bay. 

Anchor Marian. Oosrichan Bay. 
MacDonald and Peterson. Cow- 
tchan Bay. 

Silver Bridge Inn. Duncan. 

Buck/s Sport Shop, Duncan. 
Williams' Bkyrie Stop. Duncan. 
Jim's Sporting Good* Duncan. 

Kurts Marina. Marie Bey. 

Wynn's Marine. RR L Duncan. 
Mountain View Resort. Shawnigan 
Lake. 

Mason's Store and Petto and 

Campsite, Port Renfrew Roed. 
Shnwnlgen Lake. 


COWICHAN LAKE 
Red RoMn State. Barker's Cantor. 
Lake Cowl chan Road. 

Ed's Fix-It Lake Cowichan. 

Art Hancock's Boa 11 Lake 
Cowichan. 

Walt's Drive-In. Lake Cowtehaa. 
Riverside Im. Lake Cowichan 
Allan's Lockers. Lake Cowichan. 
Castaway Reeort Lake Cowichan. 
Cedars Reeort. Letto Cowichan 
B timing's Low Cost Store. 
Youbou. 

Ben s Merine. Youbou. 

APterttde Corine. Youbou. 
Mesachie Lake General atom. 
Meaechte Lake. 

Frlesena Low Coat, Honeymoon 

Bey. Lake Cowichan. 

Albert's Store, Gordon Bey. Lake 
Cowichan. 

Caycuse Store, Caycuan. 

Honeymoon Bay Reeort. Lake 
Cowichan. 



Port Boathouse. 


Waiter's Self Serve Store, Trite. 
Maquinna Hotel, Toflno. 

“ ' * Camp, Long Bmch. 


Uce.n View 


CROFTOW TO NANAIMO 
Twin Gabies Motel end Mai 


Travellers Hotel. Ladysmith. 
Houston's Hardware, Lndrsntth 
Diamond Blare, Lndyenttth. 

Sandy Betel Auto Court. Lady- 
■nith. 

Kenti Marine. Ladysmith 
Four Seasons Resort. Yellow 
Print 

TWleum Cottages, Yriter Print 

Zuiderzee Boat Rentals and Camp. 


ringing gaadi 

Wlrttiirinttb _ __ _ 

Urioriet 

NORTHWEST BAY-ALERT BAY 
Bonnie Dam Cottages, Lantxrttte 
Seiueaer Cove Marins. Dolphin 

Beach. 

Clayton's Pishing Resort, Naaoose 
Bay. 


Rlverbenl Auto Court. Partnville 
Caravan International, ParksvlUe. 


The Nomads, QuaUcum Beach 
Osmjrcn Court. Quiiicum Beach. 
nrnTnirsch <Au *° Cw,rt ’ Quall- 
^Horoe Lake Garage. Horne Lakn 

Big QuaUcum River Campsite and 

Ref*. Quattoum Bay. 

Nerguay Auto Coswt 


Dick and DTs Csmpgrtgmd, Sara- 
Baaoh. toga Beach. 


Saratoga Beaah Resort and Trailer 
Park, Saratoga Bench. 

Bennett's Petot Casnp, Oyabsr 

Bay. 

Oyater Bay Rental, Oyster Bay. 
Salmon Point Resort and Trailer 
Court, Oyster Bay. 

Hod and Red Motel. Shelter Print 
Shelter Bay Resort, Shelter Point 
Sea Drift Reasrt. letter Print 


'■ Reorita 

r Point 


M Victoria £ 


Avocado Traker 

"K- 

Vista Aid 


Qaaiicum 

Qualloum 


Resort 


Big Rock Store, Campbell River. 
Pemdell Court, Campbell River. 
Fleetwood Motel, Campbell River. 
Tyee Marina Sporting Goods. 

C a m pbell River. 

Marshall's Sporting Goods, Camp¬ 
bell River. 

Campberi River Sportsman Centra 
Ltd.. CampbeS River. 

Carl Boat Rentals, Gampbril 

River. 

San Crete Auto Ceurt. Campbell 

River. 


Campbell 


Oil 


■tele's Chartering Service. Box 768, 


ALBEBNB AND WEST COAST 
Cameron Lake Reeort 
McKefude’a Sporting Goods. Poi 


Port AJbernl - Licensed Fishing 
Guide*. Lakeshore Road. Port 
Attend. 

^HlU ride |U Reaort. BothweH Road. 

The Maples Motel and Reeort, 
•tost Lake. 

IBM Umbers Parte, Bproai Lake. 


Somali Coup 
Foiled Again 

MODGADISCIO (UPI) — 
Somalia's ruling revolutionary 
council announced Wednesday 
it had thwarted the second 
attempted coup in 13 months 
and arrested two of its own 
members as leaden of the 
conspiracy. 

Gen. Mohamed Ainanshe 
Guliad, vice-president of the 
supreme revolutionary coun¬ 
cil, and Gen. Salad Gaveire 
Kedire, secretary of state for 
public works, were arrested 
and stripped of their posts 
and army ranks, Radio 
Mogadiscio reported. 


. Dttf. Bey Ate Cote and Camp 
Gmste. Deep Bey. 

Ptefle Ocean Village- Fanny Bay. 
Lynn Maur Resort. Roystan. 

Kate JCove Karina. Bey atom. 

Civic Marina. Courtenay 
Anoo Motel. Courtney. 
fM-Cep Grill Courtenay. 

Heppy’i Sporting Good*. 
Courtenay. 

Petert* Sporting Good*. Courtenay 
aimpsott's Marine Supply. 

Bicycle Shop. Courtenay 
£2"°* 1 tfc” bktettte. comox. 
p Uttja River Flaring Out#. Comox. 

King Coho Reaort. Lam. 

Bate** Beech Boa thouse. 
Courtenay. 

The Alder*. M«rvili*. 

Ooklan Anchor Resort * Black 


River. 

Painter's Lodge. Campbell River. 
T'et- Spl Camp. The SoU Trader 
Park and Marika. C a r te l River. 
The Doiptes. Campbell River 
’Mike's Duncan Bay Store. Duncan 
Bav 

Sayward 


Robert'* Lake Reeort. 

Road. 

White River Court, Sayward. 
Ketey Bey Store. Kelsey Bax. 
Patt Deters Salmon River 
Re-tea MOto “ " 


, Kerim Bay. 

ver Campbell 



FisVrmsn's Wharf. Gold River. 

Joe’z Hardware. Grid Rhw. 

Gold River Uta. The Chalet. Grid 
River. 

Ntmpkrih Rod Md GUI Hub. 
Worn, Beaver Cm*. 

Port MctVein Taxi Ltd. 

C.F.8. Hoi berg Fire HaH. 

HiJbberg General Store. 


cany on. Then at the bottom 
end of the lake, the road 
forks ... left takes you to 
Loveland. John Hart and back 
to Campbell River. Right 
takes you a hundred yank to 
the foot of Goating Latte 
where the rood runs wtthttt 
feet of the lake, and that is 
where we camped and fished. 
What a beautiful spot. 

Gold River 

Next morning after an 
hour.* fishing and exploring 
an the lake, we loaded up and 
took off for Gold River calls. 

The road is paved all the 
way from Campbell River to 
Gold River now and it is a 
beautiful drive at this time of 
year, with the snow-capped 
mountain tops affording mag¬ 
nificent views. 

That evening we returned 
and looked for a new canning 
spot. 

We found plenty of wilder^ 
ness-type camping spots 
around Mclvor Lake and 
there is one spanking new 
campground, just like a pro¬ 
vincial park, and other pic¬ 
nicking and boat launching 
•pots where camping is for¬ 


bidden. Mclvor Lake is on the 
road to Ladore Falk dam, on 
the road between Elk Faitt 
Park and Forbes Landing. 

Five Mile* 

We cjrried on over the John 
Hart dam and travelled tire 
mile* toward Loveland Latte, 
then turned left and down a 
narrow road a mile to a 
lovely camping and 


launching spot on the north¬ 
western shores of the John 
Hart reservoir, where the 
foound a camping spot even 
closer to the lake than we 
found at Gosling. We cast out 
our bobber and worm and 
were able to keep a watch on 
the bobber while we had 
supper in the motor home. 

We sure enjoy that up- 
island trip at this time of 


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Ml Ht* (Snlanlft. Victorio, BC, Sunday, May 9, 1971 


B.C. Comes First 


By HARRY YOUNG 
Business Editor 

If you were asked if you 
considered yourself first a 
Canadian and second a Brit¬ 
ish Columbian, or first a 
British Columbian and second 
a Canadian, would you be 
able to give a quick and 
decisive answer? 

In making a personal poll of 
some 40 people in the Victoria 
area, I was surprised to find 
rather more than half of the 
persons canvassed gave a 
prompt answer that they 
were British Columbians first. 

There was a good minority 
- about 30 per cent — who 
said just as decisively they 
were Canadians first. 

My surprise was that it 
seemed to represent a change 
of heart. If some *10 or IS 
years ago the question had 
arisen. I am quite sure there 
would have been hardly any¬ 
one who would’ve put prov¬ 
ince before country. 

The poll showed that it was 
mainly among the younger 
people that the provincial 
preference whs strongest, and 
It was favored more by 
females than by males. 

The staunch Canadians 
were the older people, includ¬ 
ing those who had served with 
the Canadian forces in some 
capacity or other. 

Among the opinions given 
bv the pro-provincials was 
dissatisfaction with Ottawa's 
handling of national unity. 

There was resentment 
against what appeared to be 
Ottawa bias towards Quebec 
and I was in turn asked. 
“How many Quebecois do you 
think would put Canada first 
if you asked them the same 
question?” 

Hot , Virulent 

The resentment about the 
treatment of British Columbia 
by Ottawa \«'*»« in some oases 
hot and virulent. 

You may want to know why 
T conducted this poll. The 
answer is that it was a direct 
seouel ti the contents of the 
current issue of Imperial Oil 
Review , e n t i 11 e d Here at 
Home. 

This is a look at the 
Canadian scene and the part 
Imperial Oil plays in it, 
through the eyes of James 
Knight, editor of the Review. 

Imperial Oil is important 
because it is the Canadian 
company that makes the 
largest individual sales, and 
also trades in every com¬ 
munity from St. John’s in the 
East to Victoria in the West. 

Says James Knight in his 
introduction. 

"The one thing you have to 


keep In mind about Canada is 
that it’s more like a collection 
of autonomous states than it 
it# a unified country. Canada 
is split into 10 provinces and 
two territories for political 
administration, divided into 
five regions by geography, 
follows four main political 
philosophies by choice and is 
founded on two nations by 
history. 

“Its stated aims are peace, 
order and good government. 
Its chronic mood is apprehen¬ 
sive and its single most 
unifying force is general 
disagreement with the federal 
government, no matter what 
the party in power. 

“This is the impression a 
traveller is left with after a 
trip across the country and a 
chance to talk with some 
people who.work in industry, 
education and the arts. The 
intensity of the attitudes 
varies from place to place — 
Winnipeg seems more appre¬ 
hensive than Vancouver — 
and from speaker to speaker, 
but the basic attitudes are 
fairly constant. 

City Resident* 

“Another thing the 
country is so big and so 
diverse that Canadians iden¬ 
tify themselves more fre¬ 
quently as residents of a city, 
or province, than as Cana¬ 
dians. and sometimes they 
narrow it down to a district 
or even a town. . . . 

“All Canadians think of 
themselves first as residents 
of an area and second as 
citizens of a country.” 

I found these remarks 
profoundly disturbing, and I 
doubted if Knight’s conclu¬ 
sions as a result of his cross- 
Canada tour were accurate. 
However, the test T made in 
the Victoria area proved that 
it least to some degree the 
Imperial Oil man was right. 

“The whole trouble is that 
since Pearson and Trudeau 
started up this two-language 
culture theory, the country 
instead of unifying has splin¬ 
tered." said one of the people 
lulled. “The concept of two 
nations in one just does not 
work.” 

When the federal-provincial 
conference is held in Victoria 
next month, the dissident 
provinces will be much more 
anxious to get down to the 
economic facts of life than 
they will be to chart out some 
new constitutional rules and 
regulations. 

New Ontario Premier Wil¬ 
liam Davis looks like being a 
much tougher nut for Prime 
Minister Trudeau than was 
John Robarts. In British 


Columbia, too, Premier Ben¬ 
nett Is seething against what 
he believe* is financial dis¬ 
crimination against his 
province. 

Much of it obviously stems 
from the federal govern¬ 
ment’s attitude that Quebec 
should be given everything it 
wants, if it will only stay in 
Confederation. 

Those who read French, for 
Instance, would find a recent 
editorial In Le Devoir of 
Montreal interesting. 

Le Devoir says in part: 

"The existing equalization 
formula is an improvement 
tfor Quebec) over what it was 
before 1967; It covers 16 
categories of provincial 
revenue; equalization pay¬ 
ments are based on the 
difference between the theo¬ 
retical yield of these revenues 
and the actual tax yield in 
each province. 

“Between equalization and 
contributions to certain 
special programs. Quebec 
received $440 million in 1969- 
70: $663 million in 1970-71 and 
will probably receive $773 
million in 1971-72. 

“However. Quebec wishes 
to improve the basis for 
calculating equalization by 
including municipal and 
school taxes and an index 
which will make it possible to 
measure the fiscal effort 
demanded by a province as 
compared with another 
province. 

“The distribution of wealth 
between provinces would be 
more equitable if all of the 
factors entering into the fiscal 
effort made by the people, 
including their capacity to 
pay, were taken into 
account." 

Suffered Badly 

Because British Columbia 
has suffered as badly as 
Quebec in the economic re¬ 
cession of the past 18 months, 
the special payments to 
Quebec over and above usual 
shared-cost programs of $773 
million referred to by Le 
Devoir, sticks in the craw. 

Premier Bennett for one 
sees little justice in availa¬ 
bility to Quebec of Ottawa 
payments of a type of which 
the B.C. government will not 
receive one cent. 

In other words — profitable 
federalism for Quebec, un¬ 
profitable federalism for Brit¬ 
ish Columbia. 

Maybe it is this feeling of 
neglect by Ottawa that is 
causing so many western 
Canadian to put their prov¬ 
ince before their country. 

Does Ottawa know, or does 
Ottawa care? 


Workers Occupy Four Plants 

Renault Finds Going Rough 


PARIS (Reuter) - Renault, 
Franoe's biggest car com¬ 
pany, Saturday faced its 
gravest labor crisis since the 
1968 industrial revolt as mili¬ 
tant workers mustered their 
forces for a showdown with 
employers and government. 

Workers have occupied four 
plants — including the state- 
owned company’s biggest fac¬ 
tory on the outskirts of Paris ( 
— echoing the May-June, 
1968. strife when Renault's 
troubles were a major factor 
in nation-wide strikes that 
battered the French economy. 

Fights flared between mili¬ 
tant left-wing striker* and 


more moderate employees at 
company plants Friday as the 
upsurge of labor trouble re¬ 
sulting from a nine-day strike 
at Renault's Le Mans factory 
threatened a complete Ren¬ 
ault shutdown. 

A number of persons were 
injured in clashes at the big 
northern France plant at 
Fling, where men still work¬ 
ing repulsed about 150 left- 


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Socialism for Rich 


OKLAHOMA CITY (UPI) — Canadian-born 
economist John Kenneth Galbraith Saturday describ¬ 
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$250 million loan guarantee for Lockheed Aircraft 
Co. as “socialism for the rich.” 


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Pompidou Tells How It Is 

French President Georges Pompidou, foreground, 
broadcasts his reactions while on board Anglo- 
French Concorde, supersonic airliner flying be¬ 
tween Paris and Toulouse Friday. He flew at twice 
speed of sound in a bid to promote sales of West’s 
first supersonic passenger airliner.—(AP) 


“There couldn’t be a more 
dramatic example of social¬ 
ism for the rich,’’ Galbraith 
told an airport news confer¬ 
ence. “We only become wor¬ 
ried about socialism when it's 
socialism for the poor.” 

Galbraith said the giant 
defence contractor wag a 
“luxury we can’t afford." 

Last week the Nixon ad- 
m i nistration announced it 
would ask Congress to guar¬ 
antee loans of $250 million to 
Lockheed to bail the company 
out of a financial crisis and 
save the Tristar Airbus pro¬ 
ject. Lockheed’s troubles with 
the Tristar began with the 
collapse of Rolls Royce Ltd. 
of Britain, which had the 
contract for the jet engines 
for the plane. 

Galbraith said he expected 


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the state of the economy and 
the Indochina war to be the 
major issues in the 1972 
presidential campaign. H e 
also said he supported 
mandatory wage and price 
controls to stabilize the econ¬ 
omy. 

“I don't believe wages and 
prices can be put under 
restraint just by hot air,’’ he 
said. “It has to be done by 
force of law.” 

The Harvard economist, 
who was ambassador to India 
during the Kennedy admin¬ 
istration, said Nixon con¬ 
verted to the economic phi¬ 
losophy of John Maynard 
Keynes “just when Keynes 
b ccame obsolete.” Keynes 
was a British economist who 
advocated deficit spending to 
encourage economic exten¬ 
sion. 

Galbraith said he expected 
Nixon to be defeated in 1972 
and said he supported the 
presidential aspirations o f 
South Dakota Sen. George 
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or any part of the house rebuilt or enlarged. Add a car- | 
port or garage, a porch ... or give your house a com- - 
plete new appearance. We have the experts available J 
to make alterations that blend perfectly with your pres- I 
ent home. 

Counselling. Resigning, prompt estimates, building ma- I 
terials and first class workmaaship—all details are | 
handled by 

Cubbon’s Home Improvement Service i 
Phone 384-8181 


WASHINGTON (UPI) - 
The Nixon administration 
hopes to revive the supersonic 
transport program when the 
house acts Tuesday on a $6.8 
billion supplemental appropri¬ 
ation, congressional sources 
said Saturday. 

The bill contains $85.3 mil¬ 
lion to pay SST contract 
termination costt. But 
sources said an amendment 
will “probably” be offered by 
house GOP leader Gerald 
Ford or another SST sup¬ 
porter to spend the money 


instead to continue develop¬ 
ment of two prototypes of the 
300-p assenger, 1,800-mile-an- 
hour jetliner. 

“Some congressmen feel 
enough house members have 
changed their minds” about 
the SST, the sources said. 

The house decided March 18 
to halt further spending for 
the controversial plane by a 
margin of fewer than 20 
votes. The U.S. Senate con¬ 
curred in the house action six 
days later by a closer 
margin. 


Nearly $1 billion was spent \ 
on SST development before 
Congress agreed to halt fur¬ 
ther spending. According to 
Rep. John McFall (D-Calif.), 
chairman of the house ap¬ 
propriations subcommittee on 
transportation, the total spent 
on the SST will exceed $1 
billion, if' termination costs 
are approved. 

McFall said he would be 
“surprised” if pro-SST forces 
attempted to restore govern¬ 
ment spending for the pro¬ 
gram. But he said he would 
support such a move. 


Six Children 
Die in Fire 

NEWPORT NEWS, V«. 
(UPI) -- Six children ranging 
in ages from 11 to eight 
months were killed here early 
Saturday when fire swftpt the 
one-storey frame residence 
where they apparently were 
alone. 

Fire Chief Richard Pruitt 
said the blaze was reported 
about 12:50 a.m. Saturday, 
but its cause is still under 
investigation. He said it ap¬ 
parently started- around a 


COLONIAL CHARM 

MAGNIFICENT VIEW OVER ELK LAKE 
5251 PAT BAY HIGHWAY 



A terrific opportunity to buy a better than new 
home, well below today’s reproduction cost. 

Over 2300 sq. ft. on 2 levels include: 

* 15.6x21 living room, full size dining room. 
if 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms. 
if Beautiful kitchen with coloured appliances 
if Professionally finished recreation room with 
fireplace. 

if Luxuriously carpeted hail and open staircase. 

Drastically Reduced From $46,500 to $39,000 
All Offers Considered! — Must Be Sold! 

384*8126 Mr. Greene 385-0795 

PEMBERTON, HOLMES LTD. 


MORTGAGE FUNDS AVAILABLE 

On commercial, industrial 
and apartment properties, 
and suburban estates. 

Also available: interim 
const ruction loans. 

Contact 


717 Fort Street, Victoria. 386-3534 
or 

Mr. Don Jones, Branch Manager 
815 West Pender St., Vancouver, 685-0451 


CONDOMINIUMS 

BUY FROM 
THE TOP! 


4th FI/OOR 
2 BEDROOM 

Lower Moor $ 19,800. 


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NAME YOUR TERMS 
WE TRADE HOMES 


Buy from the top, $21,500 is our top price for 
a two bedroom, 4th floor unit with terrific 
views. Visit with the people who have pur¬ 
chased, they’ll tell you these no-step homes 
have:- low taxes, lower heating costs, lower 
maintenance costs, lower Cablevision costs and 
a lot less work . . . Beat the high cost of living 
by using the B.C. Government’s new home 
assistance plans. 


OPEN HOUSE DAILY 

INCLUDING SUNDAY 1:30 to 5:00 


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|38 UNITS SOLD 

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BRAMLEA COURT 

118 CROFT STREET, NEAR NIAGARA 


LARGE, ROOMY 
ONE-BEDROOM 
UNITS FROM 


13,900 


COMPARE OUR PRICES 

NO DOWN 
PAYMENT 

IF YOU HAVE LIVED JN B.C. FOR ONE YEAR AND 
QUALIFY FOR THE B.C. GOVERNMENT S%% SEC¬ 
OND MORTGAGE, WHICH INCLUDES FREE LIFE IN¬ 
SURANCE AND AN ANNUAL REBATE OF 10% ON 
YOUR PAYMENTS. 


MONTHLY 

MORTGAGE 

PAYMENTS 

ONLY 

* 119 12 


First Mortgage, S8900, at 9%%, 5- 
year term. 25-year amortization, 
monthly payment* $78.12, principal 
and interest. B.C. government 2nd 
mortgage, $5000, 25-year 

amortization, can bo paid off at 
any time without notice or bonus. 
Monthly payments $41.00, principal 
and interest. 

CLEAR TITLE FOR CASH! 


OPEN 

HOUSE 

DAILY 

1:30 

to 

5 P.M. 


SINGLE LADIES 

No co-signers needed 
for your mortgage. 
Very easy salary and 
age requirements. 


Other Agents Welcome 


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LAC Ltd 10400 U8% 18 
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WATERFRONT OEM 
SWARTZ IAT 

The Perfect Take-off Point tor 
I aland CmJatng. Situated on * 
acre of wooded waterfront, re¬ 
quiring a minimum of main¬ 
tenance. Modern five-room borne 
fplua recreation and bollard 
room) with split ahake roof, 
private cove with boat attach, 
separate workshop. An ideal 
home for retired executive and 
excellent value at 388,900. 

Call Mr. Veil* 

3*8-4271. Re*. 3*3 M» 

J. H. 

WHITTOME 
A 00. LTD. 1 
70S Fort St. 

Victoria. B.C. 


Blue Gulch 13000 

EF ffi 

Boundary 19000 
meda 1269 

Sic JR' 

g^iand 13080 
Brycon 74800 

SSuanTM 90 S 

Do Awl 130900 

Buval Exec 88100 

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SHUE 


ATTENTION 

Successful Life Insurance Underwriters 

We are looking for management trainees. 
Terrific Opportunities for the Right Men. 
Our Staff Has Been Notified of This Ad. 

VICTORIA PRESS. BOX 461 


WORRIED ABOUT INFLATION? 
INVEST IN LAND! 

A secluded sanctuary of approximately 
7 acres within the 5-mile circle of the 
centre of Victoria can be yours for 
$27,800. Contact owner, 479-6190. 



ALLIED VAN LINES 


DOWELL'S MOVING & STORAGE 


DOWELL'S 

ALLIED VAN LINES 384-7191 


WATERFRONT! 

—4.91 Acres with over 600 ft. of waterfront. 

—300 ft. of gently sloping beach. 

-2-Bedroom home and a rented cottage. 

—Good running spring on property. 

—Situated on the North Pender Island at the 
head of Bedwell Harbour. 

—Secluded, on non-through road. 

—S48.000 with 7% financing. 

—North Pender Island. 

—25 Treed acres with 3 acres cleared. 

—373 ft. beach front. 

—2-Bedroom home. 

—Small cottage. 

—Secluded property with two wells. 

—Unobstructed ocean view. 

—555,000 with 7% financing. 

fred McLaughlin 598-3927 

“Specializing In Pender Island Properties since 1965“ 
ETTEMA REALTY LTD. 

1802 COOK ST. » 383-7115 


YOU NAME IT! 

• FIRENZA 

• VENTURA II 

• LEMANS 

• FIREBIRD 

• SKYLARK 

• PONTIAC 

• BUICK LESABRE AND 
CENTURION 

• GRAND PRIX 

• RIVIERA ELECTRA 225 

• SPRINT 

• JIMMY 

• GMC TRUCK 

• GOODWILL USED CARS 

WE'VE GOT IT! 

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"A VEHICLE OF EVERY BUDGET AMD ANY NEED" 


PONTIAC m BUICK GMC 
DOUGLAS AT TOPAZ 382-7121 


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RidC* 23700 67 90 

Gulf 3900 46 45 


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Car Bell 
Car Gold 33900 
Case Moty 4000 
Cans Ash 3000 
Cass Cona 9000 
Casino 21300 
Chataway 
Churchill 
Cbaat Cpr 
Coast Sivr 33100 
Coin Canyn 56344 
Coleman A 973 
Do B 3030 
Do B wti 1171 
Do Pr A 12271 
Colum Rvr 9379 
C Ad Astra 1875 
Cons Gem E 9675 
2 Standard 3000 
C Cinch 9990 
: McKinney 12900 
Z Potash 6100 
Cpr Giant 
Cpr - - 

Cpr_ 

Cor Gull 

Coronet lsam 
Crownex 368900 

Croyden 12100 
Cumont 95H0 
Davis Keavs 8280 
Deoca Res 12031 
Dolly Var 14000 
Dundee 144443 
Dusty Mac 15800 
Dynasty 490 
Carlo est 13000 
Early Bird 101800 
Empire Met BOB 
Enex 10900 

Fatal *e HOO 
Fidelity anno 
Flagstone 30800 
ForfChan 1946m 
Do A 33*00 
Fourhar 39925 
Frontier Ex 11900 
General Res 7000 
Giant Ex 5*720 
Giant Masc 500 
Gibraltar 18890 
Gradore 4020 
Granduc 

Gr N Pt A _ 

Gr N Pete 1H0400 
Gunn Mine* 39400 
Hart River 150000 
Heame 3500 

High Chief 29200 
Htghmont 12733 
High point 3137 
Hogan 179875 
Homestake 10600 
Inland Cop 30000 
Inti Bornite 1903 
lnt Mariner 53821 
In Mar Cwt 13728 
In Prov SU 17300 
lnt Tech 122221 
Iskul 500 

Jason Ex 84348 
Jason A 57500 
Jaye Ex 8000 
Jersey 
Jericho 
Kaloo 
Kamad 
Kamloops 

Kopan _ 

Lk Bvrhee 111500 
Largo 19600 
Laura 9700 

Lexington 21460 
Lon Pride 1500 
Lomex 2506 
Mariner B 1500 
Marshall 70000 
Mercury Ex *000 


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Mrl Mt Mg 04800 

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Nadlna 4000 
Nat Nickel 18493 
Native 5000 

New Cinch 2330 
New cron 117800 
New Indian 15000 
P Privateer 3030 
New Taku 406075 
New Terr 18000 
Nickel Hill 57500 
Korean 17900 
Norex Res 40100 
Norfotd 10900 
North Pac 13550 
NW Venture 4550 
N W Kim A 15400 
Nr-West K 83070 
Omega 2003 
Ore 38000 

Pacific Ash 38250 
Pa rifle sil 10600 
Paramount 45000 
Pathfinder 178900 
Pthfdr A W 16000 
Pthfdr B W 16006 
Pat Sllvr — 
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Plnebetl 2000 
Pine Lake 8500 
Pine Point 300 
Pinnacle 15700 
Polaris 10394 
Primer .1500 
Pyramid 38100 
Qua! sin* *504 
Radex 39250 
Radex Wti 5350 
Ramld InU 5500 
Rand Res 12997 
Riviera 34600 
Rockland 33500 
Rod strom 34000 
Ring Hill 19700 
Rose Pan 38000 
Ryl Agassis 4000 
Sabina 51900 
Shield Dev 34800 
flllbak Prm 14783 
Sileurtan 14000 
Sivr Butte 1600 
Silver City 3000 
S Ciller 11003 
Silver Lee 1000 
Sllverquick 7700 
Sivr Ridge 4000 
S Standard 22400 
Silver Star 9000 
Slocan 300050 
South Seas ?6<i0 
Spartan 13500 


Tay River U00 29 27 28 

Texacal A 119100 185 6* 150 

Texaoal R 401500 92 78 83 

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A hair 43300 
Alvlja 8000 
Amalgam R 1000 
Amber Res 56000 
Anglo-Born 4600 
Anglo West 1000 
Armmar 4500 
Arcadia 500 
Athena Mna 8000 
Bablne InU 21500 
Bonnet 4000 

Brewster 28000 
Buffalo 2800 
Burlington 178000 
Caiix 18 OOO 

Cal mark Ind 1500 
Can-Base 189500 
Cardwell 1IOOO 
Carolln 37000 
Centex 15096 
Chapparal 138500 
Cl note 13500 
c tex 9000 
Cleveland 14000 
Coador 23900 
Concorde 3000 
:<>noco 811 5500 

^>*mlc 18800 
Cream Sivr 22600 
Dalex 48900 
Darkhawk 3000 
Darsl 90600 

Dayld 2000 

I>el Kirk 5000 
I x>m*ry M MOO 
Derby Mine 27600 ; 
Donna 15000 
Dynamo 33480 
Eagle Rvr 1+W0 
Echo Bay 500 
Emperor 7000 
Falrburn 10000 
Fawn Bay 15600 
fed Mng 91390 ; 
Gary ktines 3000 
Giant Met 29000 
Gjbbex 4300 3 
Glen Cpr 5500 
Glenlyon 128500 

SfltSf 5S5 

Grenmac 17500 
Hanna Gold 2000 
Hertz Ind 22800 
Hlghld Lode 15500 
High Valley 11500 
Hoi berg 1000 
Hnnda Mng 3500 
Hub Mng 500 
Imp Metal* 4000 
Jackpot Cpr 2000 
Javelin 54400 
Joy Mng 9100 
Juniper 7009 
Kelglen 20100 
Kelver 4300 
Komo Exp 1000 
Laronge 1000 
Leemar Min 8000 
Lewes Rvr 10200 
Lower Val 5000 
Manor 183000 
Marlex 66700 
Meteor Mng 500 
Monarch 8500 
Montana 2000 
Moresby 3250 
Midnight 1000 
Newmlne D 5000 

fPo* ’JSS 

Payette R 500 
Payco 35500 
Plnrx M 222250 
Rayore 3700 
Reen 7000 

Rlchwond ifoo ; 
Rlmrock 28500 
Rocket Mm 2000 
Samson Mbs 
Re ton Lke “ 
Sllnronac 3700 

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fpectroatr 96800 
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enho 4000 
~~-ilako 
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Swim Lke 125500 
Trans Col lOoon 
Troy sivr 104900 
"> ee IJte 3000 
Jnlv Pat 800 
Univex Mng 65f» 
Vargas 10000 
VasOode 3000 
Victor M 397790 
Whipsaw 22000 
While Rvr 14500 
Whltesall 3000 
Wollaston L 30801 
Yreka M 2500 


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SO 29 30 +3 


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‘Insidious Peril 9 
Consumerism 


BOSTON (UPI) - IDomu 
Shepard, publisher of Look 
magazine, charged Friday 
that “conaumertom is the 
most insidious peril ever to 
confront the American con¬ 
sumer himself,” a movement 
designed to destroy the free 
enterprise system. 

“Consumerism is not, as 
some businessmen seem to 
feel, a therapeutic movement 
that will keep ua on our toea 


and, in the end, offer new 
opportunities for growth and 
proaperity,” Shepard told the 
49th annual meeting of the 
Better Bustneea Bureau of 
eastern Massachusetts. 

“To me, c onsumerism 
represents a major threat not 
only to the companies we 
work for but to the entire 
social-economic system on 
which this nation was founded 
and through which it has 
flourished.” 


Nader To Rescue 
Nettled Fivers 


His speech drew a standing 
ovation from business men. 

Shepard charged that most 
of what Americans have been 
hearing from the consumerlst 
lobby is “hogwash, drivel, 
poppycock and outright lies.” 

In defining his target, the 
publisher said he was attack¬ 
ing that small but vocal group 
of far-out activists who keep 
badgering the United State* 
Congress and various federal 
agencies for additional con¬ 
trols over Industry on the 
premise that, without these 
controls, our nation is doomed 
to ecological and economic 
destruction.” He called them 
the “disaster lobby.” 

Specifically mentioned by 
Shepard were Ralph Nader, 
the Federal Trade Commission 
and Betty Furness, chairman 
of the New York state 
consumer protection board. 


WASHINGTON (UPI) — 
Ralph Nader announced for- 
mation Saturday of a con¬ 
sumer group to represent 
disgruntled airline passengers 
and said members had begun 
immediately to solicit support 
by distributing thousands of 
circulars at the nation’s ma¬ 
jor airports. 

Nader told a news confer¬ 
ence in the capital that he 
expected the nonprofit group, 
called the Aviation Consumer 
Action Project to boast about 
50,000 backers by the end of 
the year. 

Nader said he had received 
“thousands and thousands” of 
letters from irate airline 
passengers complaining about 
problems ranging from 
scheduling delays or changes, 
to safety. The project was 
formed, he said, “at the 
urging of concerned citizens 
— businessmen, doctors, 
housewives, lawyers, students 
as well as pilots and 
stewardesses.” 

The airlines, he said, are 
engaging in shoddy manage¬ 
ment practices that even¬ 
tually may lead them into the 
same financial dilemmas 
which have faced railroads 
for years. 

He cited the airlines’ three 
fare increases since 1969 and 
the 200,000 cases of baggage 
lost each year. 


“Millions of others are 
subjected to arbitrary and 
unfair treatment such as 
dishonored reservations, mis¬ 
leading or incorrect flight 
information, or being 
stranded far from home,” he 
said. 

Nader said he hoped to use 
the funds for legal suits and 
student investigations and to 
encourage research on airline 
problems ranging from air 
traffic control to picketing. 






In London, a few days ago. Jack 
Benny said "Balng 77 doesn't bother 
me. What does bother me Is being 
3 years away from 80”. Quite an 
outlook don’t you think’ 

Last week showing a home, T saw 
In a kitchen, and have my client's 
permission to reproduce the follow¬ 
ing. "What Is a home? A home Is a 
place where love dwells. It is meant 
for happy voices and laughter. For 
quiet Sunday dinners, midnight 
snacks and festive holiday feasts. 
For family Jokes to be enjoyed, for 
troubles to be aired and cares to be 
lightened. For sucres* to be shared 
and encouragement given. For mem¬ 
ories to be stored and recalled over 
and over again. A home Is a place 
full of comfort and warmth, a place 
for dreaming Impossible dreams that 
seem to come true and only because 
they've been dreamed In a home — a 
place that Is meant for love”. 

This is a view and outlook which is 
Ideal in any home but unfortunately 
we do not have It for sale. It is en¬ 
tirely up to you. the home owner or 
home buyer. We do however try to 
give you a setting which might make 
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10 BnUN dnUmUt. Victoria, B.C., Sunday, May 9, 1971 


Prince Philip To Reward 
Nine Victoria Youths 


Nine Greater Victoria 
youths will be among 15 B.C. 
teenagers to receive the Duke 
of Edinburgh’s gold award 
from Prince Philip aboard the 
royal yacht Britannia Tues¬ 
day. 


Five of the nine were 
sponsored by Reynolds junior 
high school, two by the sea 
cadets, and two by the army 
cadets. 


Those receiving the award 
will be: Garth Hallara, of 1265 
Downham, Saanich; Ian 
Walmsley, of 923 Dunsmuir, 
Esquimalt; James Jordan, of 
1155 Colville, Esquimalt; 
Michael Sharpe, of 1131 
Wychbury, Esquimalt. 


Christopher Kissinger, of 
3941 Cumberland, Saanich; 
Patrick Shea, of 931 Beck¬ 
with, Saanich; George 
Markides, of 3985 Cedar Hill 
Cross Road, Saanich; Ray¬ 
mond Merriman, of 4061 
Cedar Hill Road, Saanich; 
and Kenneth Smith, of 4454 
Narvaez Crescent, Saanich. 

The other winners are from 
the Vancouver area and the 
Interior. 


Award plan is a youth- youths must complete re¬ 
training scheme which cur- quirements in the fields of 


rently involves more than 
7,000 Canadian young people. 
To receive the awards, the 


community service, hobbies 
and interests, hiking and 
camping, and physical fitness. 


The 15 youths will board the 
Britannia at 3:30 p.m. Tues¬ 
day with their parents to 
receive their medals and have 
a private audience with 
Prince Philip. 

The Duke of Edinburgh 



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trailer. 

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Today 



Turkey 

Visit 


Next 


LONDON (Reuter) — 
Queen Elizabeth will pay a 
state visit to Turkey during 
the second half of October, 
informed sources said last 


iRecya 

Lookii 


The exact date of the visit 
— the first official one by the 
queen to Turkey — are 
expected to be announced 
shortly. 

The queen will be returning 
the state visit paid to Britain 
by President Cevdet Sunay of 
Turkey in November, 1967. 


The Gonzales Bay Recy¬ 
cling Group sadd Saturday it 
has no immediate plans to 
change its policy of accepting 
only certain types of glass 
containers for recycling pur¬ 
poses, despite a recent an¬ 
nouncement that the Glass 
Container Council of Canada 


SUNDAY 

10 a.m.—Royal family disembarks from Bri¬ 
tannia at Powell River and goes to St. John’s 
United Church for ecumenical service. 

11:20 a.m.—Spend remainder of day cruising 
in Georgia Strait, returning to anchorage at Comox 
early Monday morning. 


Concert Ends on. Royal Note 


MONDAY 


Totem pole trophy emblematic of 
provincial junior high school band 
championship was presented by 
Queen Elizabeth to Susan Boyd of 
Arbutus junior high school, Saanich, 
at a concert in Pacific Coliseum in 


Vancouver Friday night. Band, con¬ 
ducted by Emile Micheaux, won over 
11 others earlier in week to earn 
right to play for queen.—(James A. 
McVie) 


10 a.m.—Royal family flies to Prince George 
where they are met by mayor and attend civic 
ceremony in Fort George Park. 

12.55 p.m.—Fly to Prince Rupert where they 
meet mayors of neighboring communities, the queen 
unveils plaque to open a hospital and they visit fish¬ 
erman’s wharf. 

4 p.m.—Fly to Sandspit where they are met 
by the mayor of Massett, meet airport manager 
and Haida chiefs, watch dancers, carvers and sil¬ 
versmiths. 

5:05 p.m.—I^eave Sandspit to fly to CFB 
Comox where they arrive at 6:15 p.m. 

6:15 p.m.—Arrive at CFB Comox, met by com¬ 
manding officer, meet the mayors of Comox, Cour¬ 
tenay and Cumberland and their wives, and sign 
the books. 

6:25 p.m.—Leave by car for a drive through 
Courtenay and Comox. 

7:20 p.m.—Arrive at Comox jetty. 

7:25 p.m.—Depart by royal barge for Britan¬ 
nia. 


Bishop Makes Appointments 


The following appointments 
were made by Anglican Bis¬ 
hop Roy GartreU of the 
Vancouver Island Diocese of 
British Columbia Friday on 
the first anniversary at his 
consecration: 


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7:35 p.m.—Embark on Britannia which then 
sails for Victoria. 


• Canon Fred Austin, in¬ 
cumbent of St. John’s Ecu¬ 
menical Church, Rumble 
Beach, will be Archdeacon of 
Quatsino during the period of 
his service in Rumble Beach. 

• Archdea con Hywel 
Jones, rector of St. Mary’s, 
Oak Bay, who has been 
Archdeacon of Quatsino since 
1968, will be Archdeacon of 
Victoria. 


rector of St. John's, Victoria, 
who was a canon of the 
diocese of New Westminster, 
will be an honorary canon of 
Christ Church Cathedral, Vic¬ 
toria, and a member of the 
Cathedral Chapter. 

• Canon Hilary Butler, 
provisional diocesan director 
of program, who for the past 
10 years has been canon- 
lecturer of Christ Church 
Cathedral, Victoria, will be an 
honorary canon of the cathe¬ 
dral and a member of the 
Cathedral Chapter. 


• Canon Grahame Baker, 


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NAPLES (UFI) — Earth 
tremors shook southern Italy 
from coast to coast Thursday 
night, sending hundreds of 
persons fleeing from their 
homes in nightgowns and 
pajamas in Naples and other 
cities and villages. 

Officials reported some 
buildings damaged but no one 
hurt 


By KAY KERR 

One conclusion has to be 
reached after last week’s B.C. 
Centennial championship in 
Nanaimo — Vancouver Island 
is blessed with what is 
probably B.C.’s most promis¬ 
ing crop of young chess 
players. 

I was amazed to see no 
fewer than five Island youths 
finish in the top eight of this 
power-packed tournament — 
Brian McLaren, Chris Jones 
and Jim Cookson of Nanaimo, 
plus Darrel Hunt and Harry 
Moore of Victoria. 

Add to these Victoria teen¬ 
agers Danny Scoones, Harold 
Brown, Mark Bennetts, Dun¬ 
can Haines and Tracy Cooper, 
and you begin to get the 
picture of what chess is really 
doing <m the Island. 

The Lower Mainland, with 
its million-plus population, 
can’t even compare in this 
respect. 


Nanaimo, incidentally, has 
another outstanding prospect 
— Jim Cookson’s brother Ian, 
who’s only 13. I was ex¬ 
tremely impressed by the 
quality of his games in the 
Centennial Open, and he may 
be the most talented young¬ 
ster I’ve seen on the Island 
yet. 


Island will also be well 
represented in both sections 
of the B.C. Closed, scheduled 
for Simon Fraser University 
May 21 to 24. 


SHAWNIGAN LAKE 
WATERFRONT 


Beautiful year round home 
with many, many features. 
For information on this 
new listing, contact 


BOB GARSIDE 383-4141 

CITY TRUST 


While I qualified for the 
championship section by win¬ 
ning Victoria Open last fall 
and Centennial Open last 
weekend, Nanaimo will have 
at least two men in the 
reserves. 

McLaren and Brian Foan 
have qualified outright, and 
Jim Cookson has an excellent 
chance to make it as first 
alternate, thus giving the 
Island three players in the 
field of eight ... best ever. 

The championship section 
— providing there are no 
cancellations — will be paced 
by the only two double 
winners from qualifying tour¬ 
neys — Canadian champion 
Duncan Suttles of Vancouver 
(B.C. Open and Vancouver 
Open) and, as mentioned 
earlier, me. 


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The other six players are 
from the Lower Mainland — 
Bob Zuk (New Westminster 
Open); Wayne Crookes 
(Burnaby Open); Tony Zara- 
dic (Kelowna Open); plus 
Peter Biyiasas, Bruce Harper 
and Derek Banks as the first 
three alternates. 

All former Canadian Open 
champion E 1 o d Macskasy, 
also of Vancouver, can hope 
for is that somebody drops 
out — he’s next on the 
alternates list. 

I expect Suttles to win his 
first B.C. championship ever, 
but I feel Biyiasas will give 
him a good run for his 
money. Just look how young 
Peter demolishes Oregon’s 
junior star Mike Montchalin 
in Centennial Open. The game 
won Peter the brilliancy 
prize, unanimously. 

White, Montchalin — Black, 
Biyiasas: L N-KB3, N-KB3; 2. 
P-B4, P-K3; 3. N-B3, P-Q4; 4. 
P-K3, P-B3; 5. P-QN3, B-K2; 
6. B-N2, GO; 7. P-Q4, QN-Q2; 
8. B-Q3, P-QN3; 9. O-O, B-N2; 
10. R-Bl, PxP; 11. BxP, P- 
B4; 12. Q-K2, PxP; 13. NxP, 
N-K4; 14. BxP, PxB; 15. NxP, 
Q-Bl; 16. NxR, B-B6; 17. 
PxB, Q-R6; 18. K-Rl. 

That looked like refutation 
of black’s beautiful sacrificial 
thrust. The point is that if 
black knight captures the 
pawn on KB6, white queen 
checks on B4, then plays to 
KB4 and guards against the 
mate. But Peter saw farther. 

18. . . . B-Q3!; 19. Q-Ql, N- 
Q6; 20. P-B4, N-KN5; 21. 

QxN, QxQ; 22. QR-Q1, Q-B6 
check; 23. K-Nl, RxN; 24. 
RxN, R-B3; 25. KR-Q1, R-N3 
check; 26. K-Bi, R-N7; 27. N- 
K4, RxP; 28. K-Kl, B-N5 
check. White Resigns. As fine 
a game as I’ve seen in some 
time. 


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Week on the Prairies 




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Looking for Depot Special Campus Surveillance? No 




The Gonaales Bey Recy¬ 
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has no immediate plans to 
change its policy of accepting 
only certain types of glass 
containers for recycling pur¬ 
poses, despite a recent an* 
nouncement that the Glass 
Container Council of Canada 



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for all glass containers. 

Part of the problem, ex¬ 
plained Ted Knowles, a mem¬ 
ber of the group, is that 
details of the Glass Container 
Council’s proposals have not 
been received here. 

Another major difficulty, 
however, is that despite the 
large amount of public enthu¬ 
siasm that has been shown 
for the project 6ince the 
group began operating in its 
own neighbourhood a few 
months ago, it has been 
unable to find a building to 
serve as a central collection 
depot. 

The depot, Knowles said, is 


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The largest and most com¬ 
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essential to the recycling 
venture as there now are 16 
separate neighborhood collec¬ 
tion centres throughout the 
Greater Victoria area, with 
more being eet up as soon as 
additional collection boxes 
can be built. 

Almost anything would be 
suitable for use as a depot, 
Knowles said, suggesting 
places such as empty houses 
or large sheds or garages. 

Members of the group are 
prepared to accept full re¬ 
sponsibility for care of the 
building, he said. 

To date, the group has 
markets for clean tin cans; 
standard-size food jars; egg 
cartons; fat; bones; scrap 
aluminum foil; clean paper 
bags, and all types of paper, 
cardboard and magazines ex¬ 
cept newsprint. 

Knowles said persons inter¬ 
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Stomp Packet 


IN SASKATCHEWAN New 
Democratic party leader 
Allan Blakeney said univer¬ 
sities shouldn’t be immune to 
legitimate RCMP investiga¬ 
tion, but he objected to any 
special kind of police surveil¬ 
lance on the campus. The 
provincial opposition leader 
was commenting on a report 
from Ottawa that the federal 
government may withdraw a 
policy restricting RCMP in¬ 
vestigations on campus. 
Blakeney said he didn’t think 
monitoring classes at uni¬ 
versities was an intelligent 
way to use police forces, 
because if a person Intended 
subversive aotivlty, It was 
unlikely he would announce 
his intentions . . . The Sas¬ 
katchewan government eased 
its boycott of the Big Three 
car manufacturers beoause 
civil servants objected to 
driving smaller cars. The 
boycott was begun late last 
year when General Motors, 
Ford, and Chrysler stopped 


fieet discounts which had 
been as much as $600 a 

vehicle. 

□ 

IN ALBERTA make-work 
projects totalling $4.2 million 
have been recommended by 
the Calgary city commis¬ 
sioners to ease unemploy¬ 
ment. The proposed spending 
would be on a new civic 
garage, relocation of the main 
fire station, and extension of 
a road along the Bow River 
Valley . . . Hundreds at thou¬ 
sands of fish have been killed 
this spring in Central Al¬ 
berta’s lakes because of a 
lack of oxygen, Martin Paetz, 
the chief provincial fisheries 
biologist has said. Paetz said 
the kills resulted from a lack 
of oxygen in lakes due to low 
water levela, caused by a 
lower spring runoff than 
uaual, and a water pipeline to 
a nearby oilfield. He named 
Thunder Lake and Clear 
Lake near Barrhead, 60 miles 
northwest of Edmonton, and 
many smaller lakes west of 


Israel Display Rewarded 


Edmonton, as those hit ... A 
$100 million land development 
project covering 800 acres 
was announced for northwest 
Calgary. The Nu-West De¬ 
velopment Corp. project will 
involve 3,500 homes, a shop¬ 
ping centre, public and sep¬ 
arate schools and a 55-aare 
artificial lake. ► 

□ 

IN MANITOBA Highways 
Minister Joe Borowski said 
his province will press its 
opposition to the year-round 
ban on studded tires in 
Ontario. Studded tires are 
banned in Manitoba only from 
April 30 to Oct. 1, while 
Ontario’s new year-round ban 


Crash First 
Since 1969 

COOLIDGE, Ariz. (AP) — 
An Apache Airlines twin- 
engine de HaviUand Dove 
aircraft crashed into a cotton 
field Thursday, killing all 12 
persons aboard, authorities 
said. 

It was the first crash of a 
scheduled airliner in the 
continental United States 
since November, 1969. 


By FAITH ANGUS 

Miss Vida Morley, 3954 
Helen, one of two Victoria 
entrants In ESCPEX 71, the 
Edmonton Stamp Clubs 
mammoth exhibition held last 
month, was awarded a bronze 
medal for her “Israel In the 
Sixties” shown in the foreign 
section. 

Quite an achievement con¬ 
sidering the number and 
calibre of entries from cities 
across Canada and the United 
State*. Approximately 300 
eight-page frames were on 
view at University Building. 
An auction of 400 lots was one 
of many attractions. 

Founded in 1912, the Ed* 
monton Stamp Club Is now 
Canada’s largest stamp 
society. Mias Morley is a 
member of the Greater Vic¬ 
toria Philatelic Society. 

□ 

Referring again to Prince 
Philip on postage stamps, 


apparently the 1959 Ghana 
stamp was the only issue on 
which tho prince appeared 
alone until CoOk Islands com¬ 
memorated his visit to Raro- 
tanga with a set of five 
released on March 11. 

The lc denomination shows 
the Queen and Prince Philip, 
4c, the royal family, 10c, the 
prince in a sailing vessel, 15c, 
at polo, 25c, In naval uniform. 

The royal crest is Incor¬ 
porated in the design and the 
legend “Royal Visit - Feb¬ 
ruary 1971.” The set will be 
withdrawn on June 15. 

Other stamps issued with 
Prince Philip appearing with 
the Queen are British West 
Indies 1966; Australia 1954, 
1963, 1970; Canada 1951 and 
1957; Cook Islands 1970 (and 
71); New Zealand 1953; Tonga 
1970. 

Conditions covering the re¬ 
productions had to be defaced 


One hour 


mumims: 

THE MOST IN DRY CLEANING 

Fresh as a Flower— 

IN JUST ONE HOUR! 

“Coupon Books Now Available 
at all ‘Martinizing* Stores” 


GEMINESSE 



Monday, May 10th to Saturday, May 15th 

Meet Max Factor Beauty Consultants 

Visit Eaton’s cosmetic department and meet Mrs. Donna 
Watts and Mrs. Freda Elmes, beauty consultants from Max 
Factor . .. they will show you the experts’ way of applying 
make-up and introduce the new Geminesse eye make-up 
by Max Factor. 


BEAUTY REEW: 

™DOUBLE 
ENTENDRE 
EYE 


New Concept in Eye Make-Ups 
Suggesting there is More to 
Beauty than Meets the Eye 

Discover all the exciting interpretations of the Double 
Entendre Eye with the Geminesse Eye make-up collection. 
In addition, you’ll find every make-up it takes to see eye 
to eye with Uiility'.s fashions. 

Special Bonus Offer to Geminesse Purchasers 

With your purchase of 6.50 of more of Geminesat Beauty 
Products you will receive at no extra coat a Boutique Eye 
Make-Up Brush Collection. 

Eaton’s Cosmetics, Main Floor 

Liner Compact 7.50 


EATON'S-i 



Eya 
Shadow 
Cream 6.M 


Lash 


Unaid 

Liner (.00 


Store Information—SSI-7141 


has just oome into effect. 
Borowski said be and Ontario 
Highways Minister Charles 
McNaughton ”d i d n’t get 
Along” on the studded tires 
subject i n Ottawa talks. 
Borowski said he finds the 
Ontario ban on studded tires 
for safety reasons “totally 
unacceptable.” Manitoba bans 
the tires because of the 


damage they cause to high¬ 
ways ... In the legislature, 
A 11 o r ney-General A. H. 
Mackling survived an Opposi¬ 
tion move to chop $15,599 off 
his salary, reducing It to $1. A 
salary reduction move is the 
traditional way of showing 
displeasure with a minister's 
performance. The vote was 24 
to 21 against. 


DUET 


Sparki 


mes 


HAVE 

DOUBLE 

BUBBLE 


(COUNT f:M) 


FROM THF. MAKFRS OF 


D'cauScjc 


This advertisement is not published or displayed by the 
Liquor Control Board or the Government of British Columbia. 


with a diagonal line or 
cancel latlon mark, and 
printed at least 50 per cent 
larger or 25 per cent smaller 
than the original. In future, 
the reproductions can either 
be defaced or varied in size 
but written permission must 
first be obtained from the 
post office. 

□ 

New regional decimal 
definitive* will be Issued for 
Scotland, Northern Ireland, 
Wales and the Isle of Man on 
July 7. Denominations for 
each region are 2ftp, 3V4, 5V4 
and 7ttp. 

□ 

For the first time since 1939 
a regular direct mail service 
has been Inaugurated between 
Jersey and Paris. 

The postal administration of 
Jersey also plans to take part 
In several exhibitions in 
Europe during 1971. , 

On June 15, a commemora¬ 
tive issue designed by Gordon 
Drummond, lithography by 
Questa Colour, will mark the 
50th anniversary of the Brit¬ 
ish Legion: 2p, Legion Badge; 
2V4p, the emblem against a 
background of field poppies; 
7ftp, Jack Counter VC, a 
member of the Jersey post 
office staff who passed away 
recently; 9p, crossed Union 
Jack and Tricolor flags and 
First World War Tommy and 
Poilu helmets. 

Guernsey’s sterling defini¬ 
tive Issue will remain on sale 
for at least a year from Feb. 
15. 



“Will Ye no’ 
Come Back Again? 

Bonnie Charlie's noo awa' 

Safely owre the friendly Main, 

Many a heart will break in two 
Should he ne'er come back again. 

Will ye no' come back again? 

Will ye no' come back again? 

Better Lo'ed ye canna be 
Will ye no' come back again? 

Queen Elizabeth and the Royal party will 
leave the Inner Harbor area Tuesday, May 
11, at 11:00 p.m., and Eaton's has arranged 
that the Victoria Boys' Pipe Band be at 
dockside to bid her farewell ... the words 
of the song "Will Ye No Come Back 
Again" are presented above so you may 
take part in the salutation. 

Let's give the Queen a rowsing send-off 
and bid her return! 


EATON'S 


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rou 


SNACK BAR 


Breaded Veal Steal 
Whipped Potato —Ve| 
Brown Gravy Roll a 
Beverage 


1.49 


for 


Eiioa'i teack Bar 


FABRICS 


45” ACETATE JERSEYS — W 
In plain shades and prints. 
Yard 

44" ACETATE SC BAH PRINTS - G 

prinl* In gay 

colour combination*. Yard 


turquoise, lilac and pink. Yard 
4ft'* KOBRAL PRINTS—All cotton, cr 
canvas in novakles, 
geometric*, stripe*. Yard 
wr DECORATOR COTTONS—Colourful 
type weave*. For sport*, 
curtain* and more. Yard 
44" SPORT COTTON— 

Easy care print* or plains. Yard 

EATON’S—PabHc*. Third 


MUSIC CENTRE 


CASSETTE RECORDING TAJ 

300 ft., 60-minute playing time 


BIT PARADE RECORDS— 

LP RECORDING—By well-known aril* 
renowned labels. Each 
RECORDING TAPE—Polyester base. 

1. J00 feet. Each 

MVL.IR TAPE- 

5-ineh reel. 600 feet. Each 

TV ANTENNA—By 'Channel Mastei' 

Each 

inHOLE HARMONICA OR SOPRANI 

RECORDER — Each 

TATE CLEANERS—Philip* tape 

recorder head cleaning kit. Each 

ARC LP 

RECORDINGS 

•’ELECTRO 8TAT” 

RECORD CLEANER—Each 

TAN CANADA RECORDING TAPE- 

Beavy duty acetate, 130'—I" reels. 

EATON'S—Mwdc Centre. M 
Home Faralshln** Bui 


HOSIERY, ACCE 


LUXURY 8HEER PANTY HO* 
100-160 lbs. Beige, taupe, 
mocha and fashion colours. 


SEAMLESS MEbH NYLONS— 

Sizes 9 to 1L 


LACE BIKINI PANTY HOSE— 

Great fashion Ryle In 7 sizes Each 
WOMEN’S KNEE-HIGH STRETCH 80 
ton blend In cable patterns 
10 to 11. Assorted colour*. 

SQUARES AND LONG SASH SCAR! 
Assorted prints and plain* Each 
WOMEN’S GLOVES—In washable fabt 
and wet-look vinyl. 

Assorted style*, colour* Pair 
SUPPERS—Colourful terry styles wi 
insole. Pair 

SUN HATS—Colourful prints and 
plains In wide brim cottons. Each 

EATON’S—Hosiery and Accessor 


TOYS 


♦FRISBEES” — The boome 
floats and 

IIIA^LOCK TOWER SET- 
Educational building to.v. Net 
(.UN AND HOLSTER SET— 

With 1,000 caps. Set 
VINYL MATTRESS—Size 72" X 27 . 
for beach, pool or camping. Each 
ROTARY LAWNMOWER— 

All plastic. Each 
••HOTWHEELS" CARS— 

Assorted. latest model*. 

GOLF SET— 

Cart 'nclude* 3 clubs. 2 balls Set 

EATON'S—Toys, Lower N 


DRAPERIES 

POLYPLASTIC SLABS—Whit 
Size 24“x72“x , ,4”. Each 

BURLAP—36" wide. Red. moss, br 
beige, blue and white. 

CUSHIONS—Assorted colours, fabrics 
sizes. Kapok filled. Each 
POLYESTER VOII.E—15" wide, whl 
colour, Ivory, olive melon and yella 
TETRON POLYESTER—48" wide. W 
mauve, gold avocado, blue. Yd. 
CiyiTON HOPSAUKING— 

45” wide, assorted floral patterns. 
1-PCE. ALUMINUM CHAISE COVER 
Heavy reinforced grommets. Size 17”: 

EATON’S—Draperies, See* 
Home Furnishings Bu 


MEN'S FURNIS 


POLYESTER FABRIC TIES' 

terns and wide range of co 
"Tie Yourself” or 
"Redi-Knot” styles. Each 
ASMIKTEI) SOCKS—Ankle or e.xect 
patterned wool blend, cotton lined, 
velour cotton. 

Assorted colour*. 

BOXER SHORTS— 

Assorted patterns. S.M.L. 
T-SHIRTS—Cotton knit in white only 
Short sleeve style, with crew neck. 
BREVETS and JERNEY8— 

While cotton. S.M.L. 

COTTON HANDKERCHIEFS— 

While only. 

EATON'S—Men’s Wear, * 


FOODS 


GROCERIES 
McVITIE A PRICE BIS< 

Orange Cream, Bitter L 
Chikita Cream, Morning 
drop Cream. 

5^-oz. pkg. * 

NABOB GREEN LABEL TEA 
BAGS-100's. poly pack. 

GLORY RUG CLEANER— 


34-oz. spray can. Each 
GARBAGE BAGB-For the hou 




Pkg. of 10. 

MAPLK LEAF CANNED HAMS 
1V6 lb. tin. Each 


HOSTESS SHOP 


ONE MADEIRA CAKE. ONE 
LOAF. ONE BANANA LOAF- 


FRUIT CAKE— 

One half stab. Each 


PRODUCE 


1 RAO 8NOBOY CARBOTS, 1 
1 SNOBOY CELERY, 1MH 
BUNCH RADISHES, 1 BUNCH < 
ONIONS, 4 Ur*. POTATOES. A1 
li-IA CELLO BAG CAIJKORN 
ORANGES—Each 


MEATS 


FLETCHER’S HAM 8TEABS- 

8-oz. pkg. 


lOZ. RED ”D” STEAKETTES 
TWO I-LB. PA( KAGES MAI 
BACON. ONE H - LB. DEVON 
BACK BACON— Both for 
BURNS COOKED MEATS—6-oz 
headcheese, chicken loaf, pickle 
ronl and chedse. In new self * 
package. All for 

EATON'S—Feed*. larwer 


Eaton’s Monday Store Hours 9:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. 


Store Information 
382-7141 




J2 BrUh Victoria, B.C., Sunday, May 9, 1971 


Homes Vacated 


Ammonia-Hit 

: 

Community 
Normal Again 

HAWKESBURY, OmL (CP)—This town of 9,000 
returned to normal Saturday following a nocturnal 
ordeal in which many residents fled their homes be¬ 
cause at an ammonia scare. 


“Everything is normal; 
everyone has returned to his 
home,” said a police depart¬ 
ment spokesman Saturday 
afternoon. 

An estimated 2,500 to 3.000 
persons were evacuated Fri¬ 
day night after liquid am* 
monia began leaking from a 
railway tank car. 

It spread through the town, 
55 miles east of Ottawa, in a 
-thick bluish fog, sending 
residents into the street 
coughing and vomiting. 

About 150 people were taken 
to hospital, but most were 
quickly released — some 
after being given a booster of 
oxygen. 

Malcolm Dicaire, 62. an 
employee of the Canadian 
International Paper Co., was 
the only person detained in 
hospital Saturday. 

He required treatment for 
bums on a forearm and thigh 
but was said to be in no 
danger. | 

The leakage occurred when : 
ammonia being piped under < 
pressure into the big CTP I 
plant from the tank car burst 
a valve. 

The plant was clused down | 
for four hours until a team of 
experts arrived from Brock- I 
ville to seal off the leak. 

I 

Police, fire and civil de¬ 
fence officials organized an 
evacuation of homes in the 
vicinity, though many resi¬ 
dents did not have to be told 
to move out. 

The evacuees stayed at the 
factory, in private cars, at 
the town hall, with friends or 
relatives. Many did not return 
home until daylight hours, 
though the all-clear was given 
at 1:30 a.m. EDT. 


Rhodes 

Open 

OXFORD, England (UPI) 
— Three Oxford University 
Rhodes scholars have won 
their five-month fight to open 
Rhodes scholarship ranks to 
non-white South African stu¬ 
dents. 

Trustees announced a 
change in the structure of the 
Rhodes scholarship system in 
South Africa “to broaden the 
basis of eligibility.” 

The will of founder Cecil 
Rhodes forbade discrimina¬ 
tion on grounds of religion or 
race. 


EATON’S 

Hearing Aid 
Centre 


Mr. J. A. Dunn 


New, Guaranteed 


‘‘Bilingual 

Swamp’ 

Forecast 


MONTREAL (CP) - Pro¬ 
posed federal bilingual dis¬ 
tricts "will drown the French 
character in the bilingual 
swamp," says Fernand 
Da oust, secretary-general of 
the Quebec Federation of 
Labor. 

Describing a proposal to 
make Quebec a single bi¬ 
lingual district as a powder- 
keg, Da oust said in a state¬ 
ment Friday: 

“This gesture would be the 
worst insult to Quebecers 
since the conquest . . .” 

Quebec reaction to the 
report by Roger Duhamel, 
former Queen's Printer, 
tabled in the Commons Tues¬ 
day has been mostly critical. 


Hearing Aids 

too 00 

Ask about hearing aids 
for old-age pensioners at 
special discounts . . . it’s 
part of our complete 
service to the hard-of- 
hearing. When you come 
in be sure to ask for Mr. 
Dunn to demonstrate 
Canadian built Unitron 
Aids . .. you can wear it* 
behind the ear in your 
glasses . .. and there are 
no batteries to buy. 

Hearing Aid 
Centre 


Fourth 
Floor 
at the 
Elevator 


Since 

1912 


WESTWOOD 

CHAPEL OF FLOWERS (Sands) 
Nanaimo, B.C. Phone 758-2082 

HANDS CHAPEL OF ROSES 
Sidney, B.O. Phone 0004982 

SANDS MEMORIAL 

CHAPEL OF CHIMES 

Victoria, B.C. Phone 888*0159 

SANDS CHAPEL OF HEATHER 
Colwood, B.C. Phone 478-8821 


Mix and Match White Stag Herb Colours 
That Go Hand In Hand With Nature 


The Sands Family 
Serving 
Vancouver 
Island 


Sun’f up. Spring’s out. And the Good Earth’s beckoning . . calling on nature-oriented 

environmentalists to bring out their best Spring plans. For you, White Stag’s great new 
collection of herb colour*: powdered mint, cornflower, rose water and marigold. To 
mix and match, concoct a fashion plan personalized to taste.‘And just so you won’t 
spend more time inside than out, White Stag coordinates are machine washable and 
dryable Fortrel polyester. To take you hand in hand back out to Nature. Sizes 10 to 16. 

A. Sleeveless vest tunic. Each 20.00 C. Pull-on A-line skirt. Each 10.00 
Long sleeve shirt. Each 18.00 Short sleeve cardigan. Each 25.00 

Pull-on front-seam pant Each 10.00 stripe |NiU-on pant. Each 20.00 

R. Stripe polo shirt. Each 11.00 

Sportswear, Floor of Faction 


Thcttsvmou* 


EATON'S 


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IUUm (EolonUt. Victorio, B.C., Sundoy, May 9, 1971 


jr motion 

141 


TUESDAY! 

WEmEEEEEDEm 

EATON’S 

iiif/a[fif//i///*i 

£ ONLY! 


SNACK BAR 


Breaded Veal Steakette 
Whipped Potato — Vefetable 
Brown Gravy Roll and Butter 
Beverage 


21.1.49 


FOODS 


NABOB 


1.49 


GROCERIES 

McVlTIE k PRICE BISCUITS—Royal 
Orange Cream, Bitter Lemon Cream, 

Chikita Cream, Morning Coffee, Snow¬ 
drop Cream. Q i /IQ 

5 '^-oz. pkg. 9 for ■ 

NABOB ghjsen label TEA p i AO 
bags— 10U'». poly pack- tor 1 

GLORY KUO CLEANER 1 40 

GARBAGE BAGS—F?>r the houae. .Ire M”"x ST\ 

4 ** 1.49 

MAPLE LEAP CANNED HAM# 
lHIb.Ua Each 

HOSTESS 8H0P 

ON* MADEIRA CAKE, ONE DATE AND NIJT 
LOAP. ONE BANANA LOAP— 4 4Q 

All for J '71 

FRUIT CAKE— 1 40 

One htlf .tab. Each I W 

PRODUCE 

1 BAG 8NOBOY CARROTS. 1 :HEAD JURTUOK 
1 HNOBOY CELERY, 1 MEDIUM TURNIP, 1 
BUNCH RADMHEH, I BUNCH GREEN 4 4 A 
ONIONS. 5 Lb* POTATOB4. All tor I e"t9 
1MJL CKUJI BAG CAMFORNIA 4 4Q 

ORANGES—Kach I ■‘•41 

MEATS 

FLETCHER'S HAM STEAKS— A 1 40 
8-oz. pkg. ■ tor 11*10 

*-OB. RED "D" STEAKETTES 16tar1.49 

TWO I-LB. PACKAGES MAPLE LEAF SIDE 
BACON. ONE Vi - LB. DEVON 4 40 

BACK BACON— Both for I ."tAP 

BURNS C OOKED MEATS—4-oz. each of bologna, 
headcheeae. rhlcken loaf, pickle and plmeoto, maca¬ 
roni and chelae. In new self-seal 4 4 Q 

package. All tor ■ ■ 1 t5J 

BATON'S—Feeds, Lower Main Floor 


FABRICS 

45” ACETATE JERSEYS — Wet look Jerseys 
in plain shades and prints. 1 AO 

Yard 1 * 

«" ACETATE SURAH PRINTS - Geometric and floral 
print* in gay 1 AQ 

colour combination*. Yard 1 

ST’ RASCHEL LACES—Beige-lime, coral, blue, 4 40 
turquoise, lilac and pink. Yard ■ 

44" KORRAL PRINTS—All cotton, creaae-realstant cotton 
canvas In noveRle*. 1 40 

geometries, stripes. Yard ■ ■ B **r 

SC’ DECORATOR COTTONS—Colourful prtnti on hopaacklng 
type weaves. For sport*. 1 4Q 

curtains and more. Yard ■ 

«" SPORT COTTON- 1 40 

Easy care prints or plains. Yard ■ 

EATON'S—Psbrlcs, Third Floor 

MUSIC CENTRE 

CASSETTE RECORDING TAPE— 4 4Q 

300 ft., 60-minute playing time. Each ■ 

HIT PARADE RECORDS— 2 tor 1 .49 

LP RECORDING—By well-known artists on t 40 

renowned labels. Each * 

RECORDING TAPE—Polyester base. 

1,200 feet. Each 
MYLAR TAPE- 
3-inch reel. SOU feet. Each 
TV ANTENNA—By "Channel Master. 

Each 

I0HOLE HARMONICA OR SOPRANO 
RECORDER - Each 
TAPE CLEANERS—Philip* tape 
recorder head cleaning kit. Each 
ARC LP 
RECORDINGS 
"ELECTRO STAT" 

RECORD CLEANER-Each 
PAN CANADA RECORDING TAPE- Q 1 40 

Beavy duty acetate, ISO*—*” i eels. 9 tor I «*• W 

, EATON'S—Mask- Centre. Main Floor, 


1.49 
1.49 
1.49 
1.49 
1.49 
2.0,1.49 
1.49 


HOSIERY, ACCESSORIES 

LUXURY SHEER PANTY HOSE—One size fits 
100-160 lbs. Beige, taupe, p 1 /IQ 

mocha and fashion colours. “■ for ■ 

SEAMLESS MESH NYLONS- O 1 40 

Sizes » to 1L M pair I aHQ 

LACE BIKINI PANTY HOSE— 4 40 

Great fashion style In 2 sixes Each I a"t« 

WOMEN’S KNEE-HIGH STRETCH SOCKS—Nylon and cot¬ 
ton Mend In cable patterns. O 1 40 

ID to 11. Assorted colours fa pair 1199 

SQUARES AND LONG HASH SCARVES— 4 40 
Assorted prinU and plains Each ■ 

WOMEN’S GI4IVEN—In washable fabrics Including Kaydoe 

and wet-look vinyl. 1 40 

Assorted atyles, colours. Pair ■ 

SUFFERS—Colourful terry stylet with foam 4 40 
Insole. Pair ■ 

SIN HATH—Colourful prints and 4 40 

plains In wide brim cottons. Each ■ 

EATON’S—Hosiery and Accessories. Mala Floor 

TOYS 

• FRI8BEE8” — The boomerang that sails, 
floats and 0,1 49 

skips. “ I* * 

HI ABLOCK TOWER SET— 1 40 

Educational building toy. Set ■ 

(.UN AND HOLSTER SET— 1 40 

With 1,000 caps. Set ■ 

VINYL MATTRESS—Size 72” x 27". 1 40 

for beach, pool or camping Each ■ ■ 

ROTARY LAWNMOWER- 4 40 

All plastic. Each _ ■ 

••HOTWHEEl>" CARR— ® 1 40 

Assorted, latest models. fa tor lit« 

GOLF SET— 4 4Q 

Cart includes 3 club*. 2 balls. Set I itv 

EATON’S—Tnys, Lower Main Floor 

DRAPERIES 

POLYPLASTIC SLABS—White only. 4 4Q 

Size 24”x72”x*/4”. Each ■ «Tw 

BURLAP—36" wide. Red. moss, brown, n 4 4Q 

beige, blue ami white. fayds. Iilv 

CUSHION#—Assorted colours, labile* shapes, 4 4 Q 

Sizes. Kapok filled. Each I i9w 

POLYENTER VOILE—45" wide, white, gold- 4 4Q 

colour. Ivory, olive melon and yellow. Yd. I itu 

TETKON POLYESTER—«8" wide. White, melon, 4 4Q 

mauve, gold avocado, blue. Yd. I O 

COTTON HOPHACKING— 

45” wide, assorted floral patterns. Yd. 

1-PCB. ALUMINUM CHAIHE COVER KIT— 4 4Q 

Heavy reinforced grommets Size 17"x65". I •*# w 

EATON’S—Draperies, Second Floor, 

Home Furnishings Building 

MEN'S FURNISHINGS 

POLYESTER FABRIC TIES — Assorted pat¬ 
terns and wide range of colours. Choice of 
“Tie Yourself” or 1 49 

“Redi-Knot” styles. Each 

ASSORTED SIKH*—Ankle or executive length, plain <*i 
patterned wool blend, cotton lined, cushion sole or icin' 
velour cotton. 9 1 4Q 

Assorted colours. fc palis I V 

BOXER SHORTS— O 1 4Q 

Assorted patterns. S ML fa tor I 9 

T-SHIRTS—Cotton knit in whit* only. A 1 4Q 

Short sleeve style, with crew neck. fa tor lit® 

RREVETS and JERSEYS- O 4 A Q 

While rolton. S.M.L. fa tor I itO 

COTTON HANDKERCHIEFS— IQ 4 40 

While only. I fa tor litw 

EATON'S—Men’s Wear, Main Floor 


1.49 


DRUGS, SUNDRIES 

ASPIRIN TABLETS— 

Bottles of 300. Each 


MODEM SOFT-FORM FEMININE NAPKINS— 

48*a. Each 

SOFF-PUFFS ABSORBENT BALLS— W 

Pkg. of 100. 3 pkg* 


WILKINSON STAINLESS SWORD 
BLADES—Package of 5 blades. 

IMPERIAL LEATHER SOAP— 

2 pkg* of S toilet soap* Each 

FLORI ENT ROOM FRESHENER— 

“Vfc more." Assorted' fragrance* 

SOFTIQUE BATH OIL^Ao* bottle. 


1.49 

3 Or 1.49 
2 lor 1.49 

1.49 
1.49 
1.49 
2 wl.49 
2 lor 1.49 

4 tor i.49 
2 tar 1.49 
2 tar 1.49 
4 tar 1.49 

CREST GIANT— 3 tar 1.49 

DESERT FLOWER HA1%D LOTION-14-0* ala* | 

NEW SECRET SUPER DRY A 4 A A 

AEROSOL DEODORANT—4 OCS. fa tor 1.49 

BRBCK QUEEN SIZE HAIR SPRAY—Each 1.49 
BRECK-SET HAIR SPRAY— 2 *,1.49 

PHNSHHT DRY SH AM POO—7-or- site. Each 1.49 

2 *,1.49 
1.49 
2 *.1.49 

EATON’S—Drugs, Snail rise, Mata Floor 


COLGATE INSTANT SHAVING 
CREAM— 

WOODBURY SHAMFOO- 
15<a. size. 

DESERT FI/IWER BUBBIJC 
BATH OIL—14-o* size. Each 

NIVEA CREAM—7.5-0* Jar. Each 

ATRIXO CREAM—7.5-0* Jar. Each 

R0LAID8—Bottles of 71 

UNTKRINE TOOTHPASTE— 

KOI.VNOS GIANT SUE TOOTHPASTE 

CLTIIA-BRITK TOOTHPASTE—King si: 
MACLEANS FAMILY SIZE 
TOOTHPASTE— 

COLGATE PLUOR1DE GIANT- - 


DKXAD ROIArON DEODORANT- 
RIGHT GUARD DEODORANT— 

13-o* tin. Each 

out SPICE STICK DEODORANT— 


BOYS' WEAR 


1.49 
1.49 
5p.tr. 1.49 
Qri.49 

2 tar 1.49 

3 *. 1.49 
1.49 


PERMA PRESS SPORT SHIRTS—Short sleeve, 
assorted plain shades, 8-16. 4 A Q 

Each I .**3 

FLANNELETTE PYJAMAS— 

Boxer waist Sizri 8-14. Pair 
ROYS' JEANS—Flare, half boxer 
waist. 8-12. Each 
NT It ETC H NOCKS— 

Sizes 6-8‘». 

SWEAT HHIRTS—Fleece lined cotton, long sleeve* 4 J a 
crew neck. Asstd. plain shades. S.M.L. Each I ,49 
SHORT SLEEVE T-SHIRTS—Round 
neckline. White In S.M.L. 

BRIEFS and VESTS-Shrink reaisUnt. 

White. S.M.L. 

senior BOYS’ JEANS—Blue denim nare* 

Sizes 14-14. Each 
FLANNEL PANTS—Vs boxtr waist, assorted 4 JQ 

colours. 7-12. Each I 

LONG AND SHOKT SLEEVE KNIT T-BHIHTS-Varied 
neckline styles, assorted stripes 4 JQ 

and plain* Each I *"99 

EATON’S—Bays’ Wear. Third Flaw 

LAMPS AND ELECTRICALS 

BULBS—Two 40-watt, four 40 4 J Q 

60-watt and four 100-watt. I w for I a'tW 

TillLJ gHT BLLBS — 1U0, 300 and 300-watt. MogU base; 
50. 2UU and 250-watt. O 4 JQ 

Med. base. fa tor I itw 

8" CUP-ON SILK SHADE OR BED LAMPS— 1.49 

FILIGREE CEILING CUP-ON 

Each 

FLORENTINE TV LAMP— 4 40 

Each I **99 


1.49 


1.49 


UGHTED ROCKER SWITCH— fa for 

TABIJC AND FLOOH LAMP SHADES- 4 JQ 

Each ■ • B *9 

8HAIIELESS PIN-UP LAMPS OR BEDROOM. 4 JQ 
BATH OR PORCH FIXTURES-Your choice. Each I ■*99 
DRESSER LAMPS—Without ahades. 

Choice of 3 style* Each ^ 

EATON'S—Lamp* and Electrical* 

Main Floor, Home Furnishings Building 

PICTURES and MIRRORS 

CHILDREN’S FRAMED ANIMAL 4 4Q 

PICTURES—Each I ■ a *W 

FRAMED REPRODUCTIONS— 4 JQ 

Various subjects. Each I ■••9 

WALL DECORATIONS— Hand finished plaques. 4 JQ 
Assorted subjects. Each I •■99 

photo FRAME#—Metal with simulated pearl Inlay and 

gluss. »tze 8"\10”. 3”.\7" goldtone. 1.49 


Each 


EATON'S—Picture* and Mirrors. Second Finer. 


WOMEN’S, CHILDREN’S SHOES 

WOMEN’S SNEAKERS—White only, fabric up¬ 
pers. Non-slip soies. Sizes 5 to 10. 4 4Q 

Pair 1 'W 

< HIIJIKE.VH SHOE#—Man made uppers and composition 
soles. Brown or black Hrap» 1 40 

Size* 1M Pan 1-^9 

WOMEN’S SUPPER# AND MOCCASIN#—In 4 JQ 

assorted colours. Sizes 4-10. Pali I •■99 

i IIIUIME.V> SHOW AND SUPPERS—Assorted sandals, 
j.ggeis and silppeis In 1 4Q 

sizes 7 to 2 collectively. I*air ■ s*99 

EATON >—8Hnr* Flour nf laohlon 

WOOLS, LUGGAGE 

DOUBLE KNIT WOOL AND AUBVLIC — 

Wide array of colours. Q 1 4Q 

Approx. 2-oz. bail. w for I ■“%! 

5 AMI 4-PLV FINGERING—AU AuyUc. luaUUne Hath 
and dry. 4 40 

App<ux. 15o* ball. *9 for I a"99 

1-FLY RABY WOOLr-Shrink-reatatant wool and ravoq 
intorced with nylon. Paatel shades M 4 40 

and white, l-o* ball* *9 tor I a*99 

IRISH FISHERMAN YARN—Scoured Aran 4 4 JQ 

wool. Approx. 2-o* ball. 9 tor lu"99 

MOHAIR WOOL—Wide colour selection. ^ 4 40 

Approx. 1-oa ball. 9 tor I **99 

MAYKLLK KNITTING WORSTED— A 4 JQ 

25o* skeia wide colour ranga fa for I b*99 

NYLON GYM BAG#— 4 40 

Each ■ • > 99 

EATONfV—Went and Fancy Good* Third Finer 

JEWELLERY. 

FASHION JEWELLERY—Colourful necklaces, 
bracelets, pins, A 4 JQ 

rings. for • stw 

watch BANDS—For men. women, boy* 

White or yellow metal. Each 
UOHTKRS—Ronton "Typhoon" wick type 4 4Q 

lighters In assorted style* Each la l 99 

JEWEL CA#t»—Soft. Silk-Ilk* travelling case. 

Each 


1.49 


CIMTUME RING#—Adjustable. 

EATON’S—‘Jewellery, Mata Flaar 


1.49 
2 for 1.49 


GOLF BALLS—Hard-wearing e 
outer covers. W 

S-VOLT 

TRANSISTOR BATTERIES— 

PURSE OR POCKBX SIZE FLASRUGHT— Q 

Assorted cotour* fa 

PLASTIC CAMPING SHEET— 

Size F x 15'. Each 
BICYCLE TIHSW- 


BRIVCLH 111 BSD— 

lb fit above. 

LARGE STYROFOAM PICNIC OH 
HA IT BOX- Each 

WOMEN’S SUMMER HATS—Floppy br 
e* Each 


floral pattern* Assorted sizes. 


HOUSEWARES 

COMPACT BABBECUE — Circular, 

13-inch diameter. Each 

KITCHEN NUEAlto— Blades come apart 
tor easy cleaning. Each 
WHISTUNO KETTLE— 

Aluminum construction. Each 
BROOMS OK MOP—Com broom. Electro 
broom or -sponge mop, youi choice. Each 
104” DIAM FT ICR DOUBLE TURNTABLE 
SHELF—Choice of goldtone or avocado. Each 
PLASTIC OVAL LAUNDRY BASKET— 

Each 

GARBAGE BAGS—Jumbo size. M”xM". £ 

In packages of 30. fa pkg* 


ST’xir’ COCOA DOOR MATS OR IRONING 
PAD AND COVER SET—Your choice. Each 
3-PIECE BBG TOOL SET- 


Queen 
Elizabeth 
Departs 
May 11th 


Special 

Announcement 
on Departure 
Over 

This Page . 


2 *, 1.49 HARDWARE AND PLUMBING 


BaHY WEAR 


Please 
NO C.O.D. 
PHONE Ok 
MAIL 
ORDERS 


l :30 £J:00 

'a.m. to ^Jp.m. 


SPORTING GOODS 

for 1.49 

3^1.49 
1.49 
1.49 
1.49 
2 *, 1.49 
1.49 
L49 


GARDEN SHOP 


ROTATING SPRINKLER — Two-arm 4 JQ 
style, sprinkles 40-ft. diam. Each I •■Iw 

PLASTIC ROBE— 

7/If” diameter clear plastic. Each 
SWEEPER HOSE—40 ft. length, 
green with end cap. Each 
WATERING CAN— 

S-quart sise. Each 
HANGING BASKET#— 

Cedar wand, construction. 

CEDAR TUEB- 

KMnch diameter, banded cedar. Each 
FOLDUO FENCE—White or green. 

10" high. IF tong. Eadi 
VJ-7 FERTILIZER— v 


FISHING ROD HOLDERS, SALMON PLANERS 4 JQ 
OR FKH SCALES—Your choice. Each I •■99 

PLASTIC BADMINTON SHUTT 


No. 2. 40 bulba per pkg. Each 


16 tar 1.49 
Star 1.49 

FISHING 

1.49 


ARROWS—Assorted lengths and 

colour* 

NYLON FVHING LINE DV BULK BPOOIA OB FWRING 
WEIGHT#—Weight* In set of 4 to T~ 
size* Your choice. Each 

HOCCER BALL#— 4 

While and black vinyl. Each 

TROUT FUES— 4 

18 assorted. In plastic box. Set 
BADMINTON RACQUET#- 4 

Steel shaft Each ] 

ROY SMITH DODGERS— 4 

Nickel plated. Each 

FL4SHIJGHT OK THANHISTOR -J . 

BATTERIE#—AA. C or D size* | for 1 

EATON’S—sporting Goad* Main Floor. Horn 


1.49 
1.49 
1.49 
2 tar 1.49 
1.49 
1.49 
1.49 
1.49 

FliOWERING SHRUBS- 2 for 1.49 

GRAS# SEED—«*lb. bag of back yard lawn seed 4 A A 
or 2-lb. bag of front town seed Bag I i*t9 

TSOO SPECIFIED LAWN SEED— 
l ib- bag. 

DANDEUON WEED KILLER- 

32 ox* Each 

POLY CANISTER ROSE DUST- 
34 ox* Each 
SLUa PEUJCTS— 

•-lb. bag. Each' 

AU, PURPOSE LAWN WEED KIIJ.ER— 

"Weed-All” 20-o* can. Each 
HEAMAID FISH PERT1UZER— 

M oxs. Bach 
IJQLTD ALGINURE— 

40-o* size Each 

FIBROU8 BEGONIAS, IMPATIENCES. M 
DOUBLE PETUNIAS- *9 

TUBEROUS BEGONIAS. 

GERANIUMS, MUM8- 
TOMATOB#— 

Assorted vartetles. 


1.49 


Yellow. * 

MARIGOLDS. PETUNIAS, PANSIES— 
Approx. 3*4 do* per fiat. Each 

HARDY FUCHS IAS- 

3 In pot. 

HARDY FUCHSIAS— 

5 In pot 

NURSERY CLEARANCE— 


JAPANESE AZALEAS— 

Well budded, evergreen. Each 

EATON'S—Garden Shop, Mala Floor 


SPORTSWEAR 

WOMEN'S SHOKT# AND SHELLS—Aaoorted colours phis 
• White In nylon stretch knit or terry ahort* Scoop neck 
terry shell*, also turtle neck and scoop neck nylon shell* 
Sizes H) to If In short* 4 4 Q 

S.M.L. In tops. Each I ■‘99 

EATON’S—Sportswear. Floor of Faabtoa 


PLASTIC PANELLING—In jpeen or yellow. 
Corrugated. Size approx. 26”x8’. 4 4Q 

Each ■ 

SECURE LOCK OK 4 4Q 

BCTY-LAST1C SEALANT—Each LNW 

SOAP DISH. TUMBLER AND TOOTH BRUSH HOLDER, 
TOILET TISSUE HOLDER, SINGLE AND £ 4 JQ 

DOUBLE HOOKS—Your choice. fa for I •■99 

DKIF-DKY RODS 4 4Q 

•r AIR DEFLECTORS—Each I **99 

CAULKING GUN, PROPANE TANKS- 4 JQ 

Youi choice, each ■ •■99 

24" TOWEL BARS- 1 AO 

Each I -HO 

«" HAND SAW- 4 JQ 

8 pi. Sheffield spring steel. Each liHv 

COMBINATION PUEKS- 4 JQ 

8" hut drop forged Reel. Each I 'tv 

EATON'S—Hardware and I’luinbin*. Lower Mala Floor 


CK1B BLANKEiS—Yellow, blue, 4 A Q 

pink, wtuie. ob’xoO”. Each I • i fW 

INFANTS' I* LAIN AND PATTERNED T-SHIRTW—With 
wiiwtl sicvve* outt«n shoulueis. O J J0 

sizes 1-3. fa tor I* l t3 

(ONTULK SHEETS—While or nursery print 4 JQ 
cotton flannelette. Each ■ iTO 

INFANT 8NAPPERALI/F—Corduroy in 4 4Q 

biuc. Kach 1 •“» 

wRAPPING BLANkF/r—White with nuih*ry 4 JQ 

pi ini. 2 to a package. Pkg. I >*99 

EATON ’h—Baby Hear. Third Ftaor 

CHlLUKtN S WEAR 

BOYS’. G1BLS’ FLANNELETTE 4 AQ 
PYJAMA»~.Ettch ■■■•w 

GIKIJ8' NYLON JACKET—Sizes 4 to 6x. 4 JQ 

Each I a«99 

BOYS’ PLAY JEANS- 4 4Q 

Sizes 4 to »v Pali I •■99 

ROYS' AND GIRLS' T-SHIRTS—Assorted colour* 4 JQ 

Sizes 4 lu lx. Youi choice, each ■ a"f 9 

HOYS' DRESS SLACKS Sixes 4 to fx. 4 JQ 

Charcoal. Each ■ 9 

GIRLS’ NYLON BRIEFS- A 4 4Q 

Assorted style* Sizes «4x. ^ tor I a^9 

EATON’S—Chttdrea’s Wear. Third Fleer 

PAINTS 

INTERIOR FLAT LATEX— 

For walls and ceilings. 10 colours. Qt. 

LNTKRIOR ALKYD SEMI-GLOSS—In COtours 4 JQ 

to match latex. QL ■ a a 99 

INTERIOR EXTERHIR FLOOR ENAMEL—ALKYD type, 
glo*a finish. Red. green. 4 JQ 

brown or grey. Ql. I a^9 

INTFIKIOR-EXTEKIOR HIGH GLOSS ENAMEL — For 
trimmings and furniture. 4 JQ 

8 colour* Qt. I •‘99 

EXTERIOR LATEX HOUSE,PAINT—Six colours 4 JQ 

plus while and while base coat. Qt. I •■99 

EXTERIOR GUMS HOUSE PAINT—• colours 4 JQ 

plus white and base coat. Qt. I a^9 

OROPSHEETS—8 vlJ . 1 mil Q 4 JQ 

thick. 9 tor I a49 

PAINT ROLLER KIT—Includes TV Dyne) 4 JQ 

roller, handle, tray and 3” trim roller. Set I i*9w 

PAINT BRUSHES—2" and 3" nylon tor use with 4 JQ 

Latex paint* Each I a^9 

EATON’S—Patata. Lower Mata Ftaer 


1.49 


LEATHER GOODS 


EATON’S REGULAR OIL— 4 

20W or 30W. ■# 

AUTO HIRE FOR TRAILERS- t 

2 packs of 25 feet. fa | 

AUTO UTILITY MOTOR RUO— 

Lightweight 4i"x72". Each 
ONE S.T.P. OIL TREATMENT aad 
ONE'9-OE. CAN TOP OIL-Both for 
STOP AND TAIL UOHTS-Chotce of plain 
licence Illuminator. Each 
CHAMPION SPARK PLUGS- • 

Popular sizes only | 

8.C.T. OIL TREATMENT— I 

for better oil pressure. I 

MAGNETIC KEY HOLDER— 4 

Don't be locked out. t 

EATON’S—Auto Aeeeasories, Mala 1 


qt*. 


1.49 

1.49 

1.49 

1.49 
1.49 
1.49 
1.49 
1.49 

4 tar 1.49 

4 boxes 1 .49 
8 tor 1.49 
1.49 
6 for 1.49 
3 tor 1.49 
2 1.49 
1.49 


1.49 


MAIN FLOOR SPORTSWEAR 

SPORTSWEAR SEPARATES — Stretch terry 
shorts, tank tope. Striped nylon 4 AQ 
tops in 2 styles. Each I i4v 

SHIRTS—Punts and plains In - 4 JQ 

easy-care fabric* Roll sleeve* 32-38. Each I i4o 
NYU>N BOICI.E #HEUR—Fancy rib neck, back 4 JQ 
zipper in white, navy and pastel* S.M.L. Each 1*49 

F A TON’S—Mala Ftoor Sportswear 

NOTIONS 

MERCERIZED CXITTON THREAD- 

800 yards. O 4 JQ 

Wide colour range. ■ for I ■“w 

CORDUROY PILLOW COVERS-Regular A 4 JQ 
pillow atoe. Zip closing. fa tor I •■93 

• rtUOTCHGARD" FABRIC FKOTECTOR-U-o* tin. Helps 
prevent aUlna on furniture fabrics and 4 JQ 

wearing apparel. Each I .*99 

IRONING BOARD COVER AND rAD-Tefion coated cover 
with drawstring. 4 JQ 

thick, cushion pad. Set I .*99 

EATON'S— Nottorn. Mata Flew 

STATIONERY 

BOOKS t^OR ADULT READING—Cloth bound 
novels, mystery and adven- O 1 AQ 
ture books. » for I ■“w 

PENS—Micro-point mini pens, assorted O 4 JQ 
Ink colors. 4 pens to a card. fa cards I .*99 

ARTIST’S CANVAS BOARD- Q 1 JQ 

Size 12"\1«". 3 tot’ 11*13 

I’LASTIC COATED PLAYING CARDS— 

Double deck. Each 
HASTl-NOTES— P 4 JQ 

10 note* envelopes per pkt. Q for 11*99 

EATON’S—SUtloneo, Main Floor 

FLOOR COVERINGS 

COCO MATS— 4 AQ 

Approx. 14”x24”. Each I ■ i *w 

WELCOME MATS; RUBBER FATIGUE MATS; PLAY¬ 
TIME BATH MATS-Bath mat. 18"x24"; Oval 4 JQ 
mat approx. 17"x2f". Your choice. Each I ■‘99 
COTTON MATS—27"xM"; or 4 A A 

PATCH MATS—27"xI8". Your choice. Each I .‘99 
EATON’S—Floor Covering*, 

Mala Floor. Home Fnrniahlng* Building 

LINGERIE 

ARNEL TRICOT SUPS — With lace trim. 
White, aqua and pink. 32 to 40 4 JQ 

collectively. Each ■ ■ i *W 

SHIFTGOWNS—Dainty rollon In assorted 4 JQ 

prims and r<j|our* S.M.L. Each I ■‘99 

NYLON TRICOT BKIF1F> AND BIKINIS - While and as¬ 
sorted colours in the group A 4 J A 

s.Ml. fa tor I .■99 

EATON’S—Lingerie, Floor of Fashion 

FOUNDATIONS 

LYCBA PANTY BRIEFS—Nn garters. Great 
for over panty-hose. White or 1 AQ 

skintone. S.M.L. Each I 

LYCRA BR.A—Lacey. Kodel Flberfill rup, cotton 4 JQ 
strap. White. A. 32-38; B. 32-38. Each I .HO 

PIM-ON GIRDLE—Satin panel front. Two-way 4 JA 
Hretch side* White. M.L. Each I •■93 

LYCRA STRETCH IaACE BRA OK MATCHING BIKLNI— 
White or skintone. Bra. 32-3«; bikini. 4 JQ 

S KljjL. Your choice. Each I a 1 !? 

EATON’S—F^ndnUona, Hoor of Fashion 


LEATHER BILLFOU38 AND 
CLUTCH PURSES—Each 

NOVELTY BILLFOLDS—Embuaaed pattern* 4 JQ 
Each Ii49 


1.49 


AUTO ACCESSORIES 

1.49 

>1.49 
1.49 
1.49 
1.49 
.1.49 
.1.49 
.1.49 


CANDIES 

URNEY’8 ORCHID CHOCOLATE 4 AQ 
ASSORTMENT—2-lb. bag. Each I ■ l *W 

OATFIELD ASSORTED CANDIES—Five 8-0* 4 JQ 

tuig* per package. Pkg. I •■93 

VI.MOND ROC A— 14 0 

1-lb bags Each I •■!*) 

EATON'S—Candle* Mala Floor 


HOUSEHOLD LINENS 

BEACH TOWELS—Approx. 30 M x60”, 1 JQ 
novelty prints. Each I 


2 ,1.49 3 to. 1.49 6 tJf.49 

gUiLTJO^riLLOW COVERS—Mad• from drapery fabrics. 

Approx, a" x 27”. Each 1.49 

GUNT SIZE JACQUARD TOWELS—Approx. 4 JA 

J0"x«”. Pink, olive, mala* or green. Each 1149 
EMBROIDERED PILLOW CASES- 4 At% 

Made in China. Pair Ia49 

PRINTED LINEN TABLECLOTHS—52"x52". At- 4 4 A 
tractive print! on white or natural ground* a>r-h | a af 9 
MilNGF PILLOWS—Foam chip filling * 4 A 

with satin or homespun cover* Each J .49 

TEA TOWELS—Linens in stripe* or flor- M 4 4 A 
al* Cotton* in gtripea only. Size 22”x32". *9 tor 1 .49 
KITCHEN TERRIES— Floral and 6 4 4 A 

novgjty design*, lint-free drying. 9 for 1 .49 

TERRY APRON SETS-Apron and kitchen 
tower in attractive design*. Set 
WABA8SO PILLOW CASES 
No-Iron, all cotton. Pair 
GINGHAM TABLECLOTHS-50 x68 . I" 
gingham checks In assorted colour* Each 
LINEN AND COTTON TEA TOWELS— r 4 BA 
20"x30”. Lint-free, Jacquard stripe border. 9 tor 1 .49 
EATON’S—Household IJ nr it*, Third Ftoor 


1.49 

1.49 

1.49 


CAMERAS 

'UNIVERSAL SLIDE TRAY— ^ 


for 1 .49 
1.49 
1.49 

2 tar 1.49 

3 tar 1 .49 
1.49 


40 capacity. With lid. 

RECTANGULAR READING GLASS— 

H4”xSV4" (approx. >. Each 
MAGNIFYING GLASS—V" diameter. 

Each. 

AM’ DUAL S MOVIE KEEL 
AND CANS— 

3M’ DUAL • MOVIE REEL 
AND CAN— 

“MAGICUBES”—F^ur x-lype lnsiamatir 
camera* Pkg of 3. Each 

BATON’S—Camera*, Main Ftoor 

MEN’S and BOYS’ SHOES 

MEN’S TERRY TOWEL MULES - Foam rub- 
ber soles coiourttii terry uppers. For gauna. 

Pool. o.M.L.AL, 4 M A 

Pair 1.49 

CAttVAg DECK SHOES—Blue on white canvas 

narLftt.*”* ««• m-rtt 

cuahlcoed Inaolee. 6 to 1L Pair | .49 

®OYy RUNNERS—From regular stock 4 a an 

Boot and oxto.d ttyto* broken «lze. Pair 1.49 

KATON’S-Men'. and Boys’ Shoes. Mala Moor 

GIRLS’ WEAR 

STRETCH TERRY TANK TOP8— 4 JA 

Each 1.49 

FLARED BLACKS—Pre-shrunk, 4 4 A 

floral cotton. Sl»« 7 to 14. Pair 1 

SLEEPWEAR—Cotton baby dollg 4 nan 

or nightgown* Each | .49 

GIRLS’ SQUALL JACKETS OR 1 4A 

STRETCH TERRY SHORTS—Each I .4vf 

GIHLS’ PERMA-PRESB FLARES— 4 4A 

Assorted colour* size. 7-12. Each 1.49 

GIRLS’ NYLON T-8HIKT#-Short sleeve 4 JA 

or eleeveless. size* 7-14. Each | .49 

RATON’S—Olrle’ Wear. Third Ftoor 


WOMEN'S HATS—Variety of summer atraw, out- 
tuns and terry*. ‘ 

Aasurled cotoui* Each 


DOWNSTAIRS 
BUDGET STORE 

WOMEN S WEAK 
BERMUDA SHORTS—Stretch terry or 
Perma-Press cotton, assorted 4 JQ 
colours, S.M.L. Each I e*KI 

TANK TOPS—Stretch terry, aleevele** 1 JA 
assorted colour*. S.M.L. Each I .49 

raw, out- 

1.49 

FOOTWEAR 

Bool RUNNERS— While oi black. Mene 4 JA 
sizes 6 to 12. boye' auea 11 to 5. Pair I s49 
WOMEN’S SLIPPERS—a**ui led style* 4 JA 
and colours. Sizes 6 to 9. Pair I .49 

( Hil JiltE.vs CLIPPER#—Assorted style* 4 JA 
bizes 11 lu 3. Boys' sizes 1 to 5. Pair I s4*f 
WOMEN’S SANDALS—Assorted colours 1 JA 
and style* Sizes 5 to 9 In group. Pair I ,43 

CHILDREN’S WEAR 

GIRLS' BLOUSES Solid colour* lace 1 JA 
trim. Sizes 44x- 7-12. Each I •■93 

ESMOND BLANKETS AND SHEETS — Flanntletle, 

anu printed. Six* 36"xRT. 1.49 

INF ANTS' SLEEPERS—Stretch terry. 4 A Q 
Fleece lined. Sizes 1-Z Each I ■‘99 

BABY BLANKETS—30"X40” Rze, A 
approx. Flannelette prlnL fa 

1 HIIJIKEN’S BUMMER HATS— A 

Cottons and flraws. fa 

BOYS' AND GIRLS' HUMS—Printed cotton denim, 
hail boxer waist, 2to3x,4tofx. 4 JQ 

Each I • < 99 

INFANT#' TEE SHIRTS—Combed 
sleeve. 2-6x, plain* 

and patterns. _ 

GIRLS' STRETCH BRIEFS - Interlock cotton in 
sizes 2 to 4. 6 to 6.\, 8 to 12 A 4/|Q 
and 12 to 14. 3 for I .*9 W 

BOYS' AND GIRLS’ I'YJAMAS—Printed 4 JQ 

flannelette. 2 to 6x. Pair I .43 

BOYS' AND OUU/S' TEE HHIRIS—Short sleeved, 
plain or stripe* 4 to fx, toddler* 4 JQ 

2 to 3.v Each 1*49 

t till JiltE.vs T-SHIRTS—Mickey A 4 JQ 

Mouse motif. Size* 2 to lx. fa for I .49 

INFANTS' SN API'KRAIJ.s AND JACKETS—Per¬ 
manent press cotton poplin. 1 JQ 

12 to 24. Each I .49 

GIRLS' SUMS— 

Flare* punted cotton. 8 to 14. 

BOYS’ WEAR 

BOYS' APACHE TIES - A 1 JQ 

Various colour* ft fa for I *49 

BOY.V PYJAMAS Flannelette, 1 JQ 

assorted colour* 8 to 16. Pair I a4w 

BOYS' TEE SMIHTH—Short sleeves, 4 JQ 

plain and stripe* 8 to 11 Each I .43 

BOYS' BATHING Till NKS—Stretch nylon. 4 JQ 

assorted colour* Sizes 8 to 16. Each 1.49 
BOYS' sivACJUV—Cotton denim or driU. 

Size* 7-16 Each 

LINGERIE 

BRIEF# AND BIKIMS-One-slze- A 
ms-all, assorted'coloui* fa for 

PANTY HUSH—2 pain* per package. 

Beige or inocha in S.M.L. and XL Pkg. 

PLUSES 

Beaded, plain and patent Each 

MEN’S WEAR 

SWEAT SHIRTS—Fleecy cotton with 
long sleeve* S.M.L. and XL Each 
MEN'S GOLF kill RTS-Washable cotton k 
sleeve. Whit*, black, gold. S.M.L. 

Each 


;« 1.49 
1.49 


id cotton, abort 

2 tar ^i.49 


1.49 


1.49 

1.49 

1.49 

1.49 


MEN’S BREVETS AND VESTS— A 4 JQ 

Cotton knit S.M.L. 3 tor I •*♦9 

MEN’S WORK OR DREW A 4 JQ 

socks- fa pnlra I *■99 

STAPLES 

BATII TOWKIJ4—Jacquard pattern 4 JQ 

In asa<ated coloui h Each 1**99 

UN FIN TEA TOWEL#— A 1 JQ 

Colourful at tinea <«n white. 9 for I aH9 

UNEN IABI.E CLOTHS— 4 JQ 

Assorted patterns. Each I .*99 

TERRY TOWEL AND MATCHING 4 JQ 

APRON—Pkg. I i4w 

COTTON PIIAOW CASHS—Hand 4 JQ 

embroidered. Cello wrapped. Pair | a 49 

I'lUJiW PROTECTORS AND CORDUBOY OOV- 
Kll# Zip-cloeed, white only In pro- A 4 JQ 

lector*. Asawted colours In cover* fa tor I a^9 
FOAM CHIP PILLOWS- 1 JQ 

Regular size. Each l«49 

LARGE CUSHIONS— Prints and J J A 

plains Each | ,49 

FIATONW— Itowaatalr. Radgei store 


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14 *»Un (goUmUt, Victoria, B.C., Sundoy, M oy 9, 1971 


Increase 

Noted 


WASHINGTON (UPI) - 
The U.S. government reported 
Friday that the number of 
Americans living in poverty 
increased by 1.2 million dur¬ 
ing 1970 after declining an 
average 5 per cent a year 
during the 1960a. 

The commerce department 
said' there were 25.5 million 
persons in families with pov¬ 
erty level incomes in 1970. a 

5.1 per cent increase over 
1969. This reversed a steady 
decline that had been under¬ 
way since a high of 39.8 
million persons were reported 
in poverty in 1960. the second 
year that such statistics were 
compiled. 

The decline in poverty 
began moderately in 1961 
after President John F. Ken¬ 
nedy took office. It picked up 
steam during President John¬ 
son’s war on poverty, but the 
trend reversed last year as 
President Nixon’s tight fiscal 
policies to curb inflation 
pushed the unemployment 
rate from 3.4 per cent up to 

6.2 per cent. 

This meant that last year, 
13 out of every 100 Americans 
lived in families with incomes 
below’ the official government 
poverty levels. A nonfarm 
family of four needed annual 
income of $3,968 to get above 
the poverty category. 

The report said that the 
poverty rate far Negroes, at 
32.1 per cent, continues about 
tliree times the rate for 
whites, %t 9.9 per cent. 

Unemployment inching up 
to 6.2 per cent of the U.S. 
labor force last month dealt 
another blow to President 
Nixon’s hopes of ridding him¬ 
self of a damaging political 
issue before the 1972 election. 

The one-tenth of 1 per cent 
increase reported by die labor 
department Friday was the 
second consecutive monthly 
rise and followed two previ¬ 
ous months of slight declines. 


Technicians 

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Gordon Smith said in an 
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Provincial police raided 
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Toronto earlier and seized 
records and files. Conviction 
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$ 200 . 


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Dotted tine is Britannia route for Monday , Tuesday 


Fireworks Bid Farewell 


A burst of fireworks from 
two Pacific Command armed 
forces ships will be part of 
the sendoff given the royal 
family when they leave Vic¬ 
toria Tuesday night. 

Provincial royal tour co¬ 
ordinator Lawrie Wallace an¬ 
nounced Saturday that as the 
royal yacht Britannia steams 
past Beacon Hill Park about 
11:16 p.m. Tuesday on its way 
to Vancouver, a fireworks 
display will originate from 


the minesweepers Chignecto 
and Fundy. 

The Britannia will be 
escorted by the destroyers St, 
Croix and Qu’Appelle on die 
trip. 

Queen Elizabeth. Prince 
Philip and Princess Anne will 
spend Tuesday morning 
aboard the yacht which they 
will board at Comox at 7:30 
p.m. Monday. 

While they sail from Comox 
to Victoria, the yacht, again 
accompanied by the escort 


destroyers, is expected to 
travel slowly and as near to 
shore as possible. 

The Britannia is scheduled 
to arrive at the Inner Harbor 
at 3:30 p.m. and there will be 
presentations on board of the 
Duke of Edinburgh awards. 

At 7:30 p.m. the royal 
family will disembark to 
attend a state dinner at 
Government House. Their 
route will be: east on Belle¬ 
ville. north on Government, 


east on Fort, north on Doug¬ 
las, east on Pandora, south on 
Cook, and east on Rockland to 
Government House. 

Sendoff ceremonies will 
begin at 10 p.m. when the 
Royal Marine Band and its 
contingent will beat retreat on 
the main driveway in front of 
the legislative buildings. 

The royal party is sched¬ 
uled to leave Government 
House at 10:20 pm., returning 
to the yacht by travelling 


Cook, west 4 m Dali 
on Douglas <qnfl 
Belleville. They mm 
to arrive dt the ya 
10:40 pm. 

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Snow-Capped Peaks 
Shadow Royal Flotilla 


Snow - capped moun tain 
peaks glistening in the early 
evening sunshine provided the 
backdrop Saturday for a flo¬ 
tilla of more than 75 boats 
which escorted the yacht Bri¬ 
tannia with the royal party 
aboard part of the way from 
Comox to Powell River. 

Queen Elizabeth and Prince 
Philip arrived at CFB Comox 
Saturday after a day spent at 
Abbotsford, Fort St. John, 
Dawson Creek and Williams 
Lake. 


A one-hour flight from 
Williams Lake brought them 
to Comox at 6:15 p.m. where 
they were welcomed by CoL 
Grant F. Nichols, base com¬ 
mander. 

Nichols presented the fol¬ 
lowing senior officers and 
their wives to the queen and 
Prince Pliillp: Lt-Col. Doug 
Warren, Lt.-CW. Sid Lloyd, 
Lt-Col- Bob Smith, Lt-Col. 
Sam Telford, Lt-Col. Les 
Hussey, Lt.-CoJ. John Middle- 


ton, Majpr Harry Mac- 
Farlane. 

The welcome and presenta¬ 
tion at the base took a matter 
of five minutes and the royal 
party then left on a short trip 
to the Comox jetty where the 
Britannia weighed anchor and 
-set sail for Powell River 
where the royal family will 
attend a church service to¬ 
day. 

The q u e e n and Prince 
Philip boarded toe royal 
barge at toe government 


wharf in Comax and were 
taken quickly to the Britannia 
which sailed within minutes. 

The ship was escorted into 
Baynes Sound by a colorful 
flotilla of boats of all kinds 
and sizes, including a small 
rowboat 

A brisk wind from the 
northwest filled sails and 
made powerboats bob and 
curtsy as they scudded along¬ 
side the Britannia. » 

It was all unofficial and the 


queen did not appear on the 
deck of the Britannia. Bshme 
Philip, however, brought jjoy 
to the local nature when he 
appeared at the Britannia's 


From Comox to Victoria 


Slow Islands Cruise for Britannia 


On their way back to 
Victoria from Comox Tues¬ 
day, the royal family will 
cruise aboard the Britannia, 
through much of toe Gulf 
Islands area before arriving 
in Victoria’s Inner Harbor at 
3:30 p.m. 

During toe cruise, fhe yecht 
is expected to travel slowly, 
accompanied by destroyer- 
escorts HMCS Qu’Appelle and 
HMCS St. fcroix. and as close 
to shore as possible. 

Schedule for toe day calls 
for the Britannia to enter 


Active Pass at 6:30 a.m. 
Tuesday, cruise northwest up 
Trincomali Channel between 
Galiano and Saltspring is¬ 
lands, round KUper and Thetis 
islands and be off Ladysmith 
at 10:30 a.m. The Britannia 
will then turn south through 
Stuart. Channel and sail 
through Sansura Narrow’s be¬ 
tween Salt Spring Island and 
Vancouver Island. 

At 11:15 a.m. she'll be off 
Crofton, off Maple Bay at 
11:30, Cowichan Bay at 11:50, 
off Cherry Point at noon, 


Russell Island by 12:30, enter¬ 
ing Haro Strait by 12:45 pm. 
and by 2:30 p.m. should be off 
Discovery Island, coming on 
in to toe Inner Harbor. 

The yacht cruised down 
Baynes Sound and around the 
Denman Island area Saturday 
night, arriving at Poweu 
River this morning. 

The balance of today is to 
be spent aboard the yacht 
cruising from Powell River 
north through toe Georgia 
Straits, returning to anchor¬ 


age at Comox Monday morn¬ 
ing. 

1 Following Monday activities 
on the mainland and the 
Queen Charlottes commu¬ 
nities, the royal family will 
board the yacht at Comox, 
and the yacht wfll begin its 
trip to Victoria at 7:J5 p.m. 
sailing down the Strait of 
Georgia, all night, passing 
GabrioJa and Valdes Islands 
in time to make the Active 
Pass entrance at 630 a.m. 
Tuesday. 


stern and waved goodbye. 

TThe royal couple actum t® 
Comox by air on Montotv 
from Prince George anti 
Sundsplt in toe <Quoen (Char 
latte Islands. 

For toe 'queen's ibrtrf ^ush 
Saturday, during which Prin¬ 
cess Arnie tod mrtt appear, ttoe 
queen were a nayy ihlue 
ensemble accented with white 


Central Saanich 
Mayor Named 
New President 


Central Saanich Mayor Archie Galbraith was 
elected 1971 president of the Association of Van¬ 
couver Island Municipalities at the 22nd annual meet¬ 
ing at North Cowichan Saturday. 

Vice-president is North meeting or why it was worth 


Regional Police Forces 
Win Island Backing 


Seen In Passing 


Cowichan Mayor Gerry 
Smith; executive directors 
are, Aid.. Gordon McKay, 
Nanaimo; Aid. Tom Christie, 
Victoria; Le? McKinnon, Al- 
bemi-Clayoquot Regional Dis¬ 
trict and Parksville Mayor 
Ray Young. 

Because Aid. S. A. Pike. 
Powell River was ill, Gal¬ 
braith was also chairman for 
the convention. 

In his brief address, Gal¬ 
braith stated that he intended 
to hold regular executive 
meetings to make sure tout 
“by the next annual meeting 
delegates will not be wonder¬ 
ing why they come to the 


$5.” In the latter part of his 
comment he referred to the 
association membership fee 
for smaller communities. 

In a written report. Pike 
stated “toe past year has 
been a not too active year for 
your association, in spite of 
the many problems that con¬ 
tinually assault us. 

“Due to my indisposition 
during toe last five months, 
your v ice-president (Gal¬ 
braith) has ably filled in for 
me for which I am most 
grateful." 

The delegates decided to 
hold their 23rd annual meet¬ 
ing at Powell River. 


The Union of B.C. Mu¬ 
nicipalities will be asked to 
probe the feasibility of polic¬ 
ing becoming a mandatory 
function of regional boards, 
with assistance from the 
provincial government. 

The resolution, sponsored 
by Courtenay, was one of 
several passed when mu¬ 
nicipal representatives met at 
North Cowichan Saturday for 
the second day of the Associ¬ 
ation of Vancouver Island 
Municipalities’ annual conven¬ 
tion. 

With 70 delegates from 
Island communities and 
Powell River attending, the 
session was called one of toe 
“biggest ever” by outgoing 
association secretary John 
Murray of Powell River. 

Other resolutions passed 
included: 

Request for Highways Im¬ 
provement Act amendment 
dealing with removal of 


abandoned vehicles from pri¬ 
vate property, introduced by 
Nanaimo; exemption from 
logging tax act, asking for the 
act to be amended to exclude 
municipal corporations and 
water areas from such tax, 
North Cowichan; increase 
town councils from four to six 
aldermen, Sidney; control of 
unattractive and undesirable 
highways, Saanich. 

Disposal fee for car bodies, 
setting aside a sufficient sum 
from toe annual vehicle li¬ 
cence f o r that purpose, 
Powell River. 

To urge the provincial 
government to continue in 
1971, and beyond, the pay¬ 
ment of a supplementary 
social welfare costs grant to 
smaller municipalities. Cen¬ 
tral Saanich. 

A Port Alberai resolution 
regarding the Assessment 
Equalization Act was dealt 
with by re-endorsing a former 
UBCM resolution which pro¬ 


tested provincial govern- 
ment’s 10 per cent ceiling on 
assessments. 

A resolution from Oak Bay 
regarding transportation on 
Vancouver Island was re¬ 
ferred to the association 
executive for further study. 
Sidney withdrew a resolution 
to have Interest rates on 
taxes in arrears raised to 10 

per cent. 

Two defeated resolutions 
dealt with library grants and 
tax exemption for art gal¬ 
leries and museums, proposed 
by North Cowichan and 
Saanich, respectively. 

On art galleries. Victoria 
Aid. Tom Qiristie said the 
move would be a “poisoned 
arrow aimed at toe city of 
Victoria, because we are 
already loaded with tax-free 
properties. We are loaded 
with museums and art gal¬ 
leries.” 

Also against toe resolution 


was North Cowichan Aid. 
Donald Morton who said he 
thought that a grant toward 
taxes, for Instance, to toe 
Cowichan Valley Forest 
Museum, would at least show 
people what those facilities 
cost. 

The library discussion 
centred around a request that 
provincial aid not be given to 
small libraries which are 
unable to provide satisfactory 
service and which would not 
join a bigger unit. 

Delegates generally felt 
that instead of library grants 
being taken away from small 
libraries, grants should be 
increased to all libraries. 


Victorian Days ooertume. at a 
switchboard. (A desk clerk in 
a city hotel, she lives at 701 
Esquimau Road with her hus¬ 
band Keith, a metric utter. 
Helen's hobby is outdoor life 
—walking, beachcombing and 

soa buck from a “super” 
outdoor school week,,, 
Harry Hoag busy watering 
plants in the dark,,, 
Arthur Greenweed reminis¬ 
cing . . . Ken Wood with a 
large glass . , . Audrey Nelson 
going downtown with a friend 
. . . Bob Tuner visiting Ms 
sister . . . laa Cechraa fixing 
a friend’s bicycle . , , PhD 
Romaer taking pictures of toe 
queen . . . Rich Claire sitting 
in his car . . . kam Chris- 
tense* clipping the lawns.,, 
Gerry Silver riding his mo¬ 
torcycle. 


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Visiting Other Parts of Canada , _ 

Student Voyageurs Will Join 609 


Maritime Munetun 


Future Not Clear 


A group of 21 Greater 
Victoria high school students 
will be among 630 from 
. across B.C. visiting other 
parts of Canada under the 
federal-provincial Young Voy¬ 
ageurs travel program this 
summer. 

A spokesman for toe 
Greater Victoria school board 
said Saturday that 17 students 
from high schools in the 
Greater Victoria school dis¬ 
trict and tour from Claremont 
high school In toe Saanich 
school district will travel to 
Orillia, Ont., in July. 

Later in toe summer, 21 
students from Orillia will 
return to Victoria for a 
week’s stay. 

The Victoria group will be 


chosen from Grade 11 stu¬ 
dents at Oak Bay, Esqulmalt, 
Victoria, Mount Douglas and 
Mount View high schools, the 
spokesman said. 

Ken Bloomfield, profes¬ 
sional relations officer for the 
Greater Victoria school 
board, in charge of organizing 
the program for the district, 
said school principals will 
recommend students for the 
program. 

Each of toe high schools 
has been assigned a number 
of students to be chosen on 
the basis of its total Grade 11 
population, be said. Some of 
•the schools will send only two 
students, some as many as 
four. 


The schools then advertise 
the program among the stu¬ 
dents and receive applications 
from those who wish to take 
part, Bloomfield said. 

These applications are re¬ 
viewed either by the principal 
or by a committee of teach¬ 
ers, he said, to pick the 
students the school feels 
would gain toe most from the 
program. 

Although students chosen 
are usually "well up on their 
studies,” marks are not the 
only criterion by which stu¬ 
dents are picked, he said. “A 
broad spectrum of factors” is 
considered, he added, and toe 
.students must hare con¬ 


tributed to the school in extra¬ 
curricular activities. 

He mentioned that often not 
enough boys apply to fill the 
positions available — groups 
art half-boys and half-girls — 
because boys usually feel-they 
must work in the summer. 

However, always many 
more girls apply than can 
actually be chosen, he said. 

The purpose of toe program 
is to give young Canadians a 
chance to get to know citizens 
in other parts of the country 
and to introduce them to toe 
geography of Canada and the 
industry, politics, education 
and culture of a different 
province. 


Others 


The province will select 
students and adult escorts to 
accompany them In their 
travels and will arrange ac¬ 
commodation, programs and 
hospitality for groups visiting 
B.C 

The federal government 
plans and pays for the 
groups’ travel and gives toe 
province financial assistance 
toward their expenses. 

This year B.C. will receive 
1110,000 of- the total federal 
contribution of $750,000 to 
cover 30 groups. This is 11 
more groups than the prov¬ 
ince would normally be al¬ 
lotted, because of the B.C. 
centenary. 


A suggestion by Victoria 
aldermen last week that finan¬ 
cial difficulties of toe Mari¬ 
time Museum could be solved 
by turning it over to toe 
provincial government isn’t as 
clear-cut as it might appear, 
the chairman of the 
museum’s board of trustees 
said Saturday. 

“The contents of this 
museum are the property of 
the society and it must be the 
society that decides what will 
be done with them,” board 
chairman A. G. Coning said in 
an interview. 

The museum’s contents, he 
added, have been estimated 
to be worth close to $150,000. 

The society is made up of 
persons who buy member¬ 
ships in toe museum each 
year. For payment of $3 for 
an individual membership, or 
$5 for a family, these persons, 
currently numbering about 
300, are given a chance to 
help elect or to be among 
those who set museum policy. 


Tbe museum, which has 
had financing problems for 
many years, has been refused 
a gram by the Greater 
Victoria Intermunicipa) Com¬ 
mittee and Coning said the 
result could mean a deficit of 
doss to $9,000 this year 

The building housing the 
collection on Bastion Square, 
is owned by the city of 
Victoria and leased to the 
society for $1 per year and 
upkeep, Oaring said. It has 
also been declared an histor¬ 
ical building so that tt is tax- 
free. 

Aside from that consider¬ 
ation. however, Oak Bay is 
the only other municipality 
that has decided to give 
financial support to the 
museum. 

Coning believes that the 
museum represents all 
Greater Victoria municipali¬ 
ties and is therefore entitled 
to funding from them. 

He said the board of 


members. 

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started in 2153 « group iff 

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16 tettB golmttrt. VH^orto, B.C., S unday, May 9, 1971 

Rangers and Celtics ... 


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Arsenal Wins FA Cup in Overtime Thriller 


LONDON (CP) Arsenal 
became only the second team 
in this century to achieve the 
coveted double when it scored 
a 2-1 victory over Liverpool 
after extra time in the final 
of the English FootbaH Asso¬ 
ciation CXip soccer cham¬ 
pionship. 

The London club was given 


a rousing reception by the 
capacity 100,000 crowd at 
Wembley Stadium here for its 
performance in capturing the 
cup for the fourth time, only 
five days after winning the 
English League championship. 

All three goals came during 
extra time. 

Liverpool looked as though 



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RUDY PILOUS, coach of the Victoria Maple Leafs in the 
1964-65 Western Hockey League season, is said to be in line for 
the job of manager-coach of Brandon Wheat Kings, who’ll be 
playing in a new arena when the next Western Canada Hockey 
League season starts ... it seems that Frank Mario, who 
coached the Maple Leafs for the last two seasons of their three- 
season run here, has survived the shakeup in St. Louis and still 
has the job of director of playing personnel for the Blues . . . 
and another report has it that the Western Canada league is 
worried about the situation as regards Flln FI on Bombers 
because of reports that coach Pat Ginnell is leaving. It’s said 
that Ginnell has been hired by Philadelphia Flyers and will 
take over as manager-coach of the Flyers’ American Hockey 
league farm club, which will be in Norfolk, Va., after the 
decision to move out of Quebec City . . . promotion, and a big 
one it waa, lias come for ex-Victorian Berlyn Hodges after 
more than 10 years as trainer and program director for 
Portland Buckaroos Berlyn, who has two brothers, Red Beard 
and Crazy Eights, still in Victoria, is now vice-president of the 
Western Hockey League club and executive assistant to Harry 
Glickman, whose spirts interests also include the Portland 
Trail Blazers on the National Basketball Association . . . 
perhaps losing the first two games of the Stanley Cup final will 
provide, the motivation Montreal Canadien* obviously need. 
They had it for Boston Bruins and were a great club in that 
series but have been only so-so since flashing their talent from 
time to time but making mistakes because they don’t seem 
willing to meet hustle with hustle. It’s long been a belief that 
tiie only way to centred the fast, smooth passing Canadiens was 
to muscle them. Minnesota North Stars, who didn’t miss by 
that much, and Chicago Black Hawks have been attacking the 
Montreal strength and making it tough with relentless skating 


WILSON ARMSTRONG, who’ll be 79 in August, and his 
wife, Maud, are really something special as lacrosse fans. The 
Mill Bay couple have been following Victoria Shamrocks since 
they came into being in 1950 and estimate that no more than a 
dozen Memorial Arena games have been missed in the 22 
sAa^ons. And when there was a Nanaimo club in the Inter-city 
Idague, the Armstrongs hardly ever missed a game there either 
. . . don’t look now but National Hockey League training camps 
will be openine m about 17 weeks . . . and it’s almost certain 
tliat Los Angeles Kings will again set up their pre-season court 
af Memorial Arena and that Minnesota North Stars, who’ll be a 
draw after their Stanley Cup showing, will play a game here 
. . Eddie Shack scored 25 of his 27 goals this season after he 
had Ijeen obtained by Buffalo Sabres but the Kings, it is 
reported, are going to have to pay him the S500 bonus he was 
promised if he scored 25 goals. It seems that Punch Imlach of 
the Sabres refused to accept bonus arrangements and that the 
Kings agreed to make good if necessary. At the time, there 
didn't seem much chance that it would be ... the 1971 edition 
o( the offtcW Canadian frntbal! rule book is now available. 
Amateur football groups requiring copies should write to the 
Canadian Amateur Football Association. Postal Box 2020, 
Station D, Ottawa. Fans may obtain a copy by writing to 
Spalding Canada Ltd.. Brantford. Ont. . San FYancIsco 
Giants owe a great deal of their good start this season to their 
luck in extra-inning games. They’re 6-0 so far in games which 
have lasted more than nine innings . . . congratulations to John 
and Janet Brnste. who aren’t going to mind a bit that the 
Friday arrival of a daughter just may mean less bowling next 
season. 

★ ★ * 

RAY OYLER, a shortstop who managed a lifetime average 
of .175 but still had major league baseball’s largest fan club 
when he played for the ill-fated Seattle Pilots, is now with Salt 
Lake City Angels of the Pacific Coast league . . . forward Dave 
DeBusachere of New York Knickerbockers led the voting when 
National Basketball Association coaches picked their all-star 
defence team. He got 32 out of a possible 34 points ... the 
Dixie Association is probably the most far-flung class “AA” 
league in baseball history. It stretches from Albequerque, New 
Mexico, to Charlotte, North Carolina, and Jacksonville, Florida 
. . . curler Jim Shields, Bob Sftandeit and Vic Tnidel, whose 
Island Sporting Enterprises Ltd. includes Victoria Cougars, are 
the new owners of Charlie Cheri and Love Your Host, two of 
the best throughbreds on BC. tracks last season. The runners 
were claimed at Santa Anita for S8.000 and $10,000, 
respectively, and are to compete this season on the Prairie 
circuit ... it seemed appalling in 1965 when it was announced 
that it had cost $31,500,000 to construct the Houston Astrodome. 
Well, New Orleans Is hoping to put up a domed stadium in the 
near future, the cost is now estimated at $110,000,000 and each 
month gives it another big boost . . Ivan Thompson, who could 
help Victoria Shamrocks into a playoff spot, has been playing 
with an injured knee but has still managed to make quite a 
contribution . . . Montreal Expos are doing right well so far but 
they’ve been weathered out so often that they have seldom had 
to use second-line pitching. The real test will come when they 
start making up those postponements . . . Houston Astros sold 
beer at five cents a glass as a promotion for an April game and 
the report is that 9300 gallons went down the hatch in the 
Astrodome that night . . . mutuel play is down at Exhibition 
Park and if it is a trend, the B.C. Jockey Club may wonder if it 
gave up too soon on Sandown Park. More than 100 days is too 
long a season for Vancouver and it might have been wise to 
develop another area. 


it had the game sewn up 
when striker Steve Heighway 
oj>ened the sooring two 
minutes into the 30-minute 
overtime period. 

Receiving a pass from 
Peter Thompson, Heighway 
cut in from the left to fire 
past goalkeeper Bob Wilson 
with an angled drive. 

Arsenal seemed rocked by 
this setback but was given a 
boost when George Graham 
booted in the equalizer nine 


minutes later following a goal¬ 
mouth scramble. 

Arsenal scored the winning 
goal nine minutes from time. 
It was fitting that the scorer 
should be 20-year-old Charlie 
George, whose probing passes 
and powerful shooting had 
provided some of the few 
bright pieces of play. 

Striker John Radford, 
whose tireless front running 
had found'unsuspected chinks 
in Liverpool’s iron-curtain de¬ 


fence, set up the chance for 
George with a pass. George 
seized his chance masterfully 
to blast a 25-yard left-footad 
drive beyond the grasping 
fingers of goalkeeper Ray 
Clemence. 

At Glasgow. Rangers and 
Celtic played to a 1-1 draw in 
the Scottish Football Associa¬ 
tion Cup final and will replay 
next week. 

Bobby Lennox scored for 
Celtic after 40 minutes and 


Derek Johnstone tied it up 
after 86 minutes. 

Tiie 121,000 fans at Hamp¬ 
den Park were convinced 
Lennox’s goal was enough to 
give Scottish League cham¬ 
pions Celtic the double-league 
title and cup — for the third 
time In five years. 

But four minutes from the 


end, Johnstone, 18-year-old 
second-half substitute, headed 
in the equalizer from a pass 
by Ctolin Stein and the teams 
will meet again at Hampden 
Park Wednesday. 

Johnstone dashed Celtic’s 
cup hopes far the second time 
this se^on Earlier in the 
season he scored the only 


goal in Rangers’ 1-0 victory 
over Celtic in the Scottish 
League final. ‘ ‘ 

Polloe struggled to break up 
the usual bitter rivalry be¬ 
tween the fans of the two 
teams. At least 70 fans were 
reported arrested and several 
were hurt and token to 
hospital. 







Arsenal’s Peter Storey winces as he’s 
on the receiving end of knee action 
by Liverpool goalkeeper Ray Clem- 


ence during battle for ball in Satur¬ 
day’s Football Association Cup final 
won, 2-1, by Arsenal in extra time. 




Christie and Smith Win 
Top Events at Speedway 


Boston Red Sox knew 
what was most needed to 
make them an American 
League, contender, and it’s 
beginning to look as If 
they’ve found it. 

Last season was not a good 
one for the Red Sox, who had 
an 87-75 record. They finished 
third in the Eastern Division 
and were 21 games out of first 
place although scoring only six 
fewer runs than Baltimore 
Orioles. More telling, New York 
Yankees finished six games 
ahead of them although sooring 
126 fewer runs. 

DEFENCE SHAKY 

The pitching tended to be a 
bit on the mediocre side — 
eighth in the earned-run aver¬ 
ages — but the main problem 
was a defence which permitted 
110 unearned runs, was 11th in 
double plays, second in errors 
and last in assists and percent¬ 
age. 

First remedial move was to 

★ ★ ★ 

AMERICAN LEAOLH 
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Courtenay driver Barry and regular stocks meet at the restart of the main event 
Christie won the featured 25-lap W estern Speedway Saturday 
A” main event for stock cars 1 night, 
at the combined foreign stocks| Christie shot into the lead at 


Records in Jeopardy 

Hockey Final 
Resumes Today 


With at least two and possibly 
five games left in the Stanley 
Cup final, all aggregate 
scoring records could be re¬ 
written before this National 
Hockey League season comes to 
an end. 

Montreal Canadieris’ Frank 
Mahovlich, the current leader, 
only two goals behind the 
record of 13, set last year by 
Boston Bruins’ Phil Es|x»ito, 
and is only seven off the Bruin 


Today’s game will be telecast 
on Channels 2, 6, 7 and 12 
starting at 11 a.m. 


centre's record of 27 points, also 
set in the 1970 playoffs. 

J. C. Tremblay of Montreal, 
who has already set an assist 
record for defencemen with 14, 
is one assist away from Chicago 
I Black Hawk Stan Mikita’s 1962 Madrid. New Yoik 

\ Orr. Boiton 

| record total. 


Tremblay is also just three 
points awuy from Bruin Bobby 
Orr’s 1970 record of 20 points 
for a defenceman. However, 

Orr’s goal record of nine 
appears safe with both Trem 
blay and Pat Stapleton of 
Chicago currently with three 
goals. 

Next chance to take aim at 
the records for the Canadiens 
and Hawks occurs today when cars, 
the teams meet in the third 
game of the final. Montreal, 
which lost the first two games 
in Chicago, will have home-ice| 
advantage for the first time in 
the series. 


following a second-lap delay and 
was never headed. 

The race had been stopped 
when Ron Fleet lost control of 
his car and he collided with one 
driven by Harvey St. Hilaire, 
pulling both out of the event. 
Neither were injured. 

The “A” main event was 
stopped again at the eighth lap 
when Orton Ker crashed off the 
track. He wasn’t injured. 

Christie also won the fast heat 
for stock cars and was second 
in the trophy dash. 

The crowd of 2980 saw 
impressive debut in competitive 
racing by 17-year-old Steve 
Cooper, son of veteran Victoria 
driver, Dave Cooper. 

Cooper placed second to Ray 
Smith in the 15-lap main event 
for foreign stock cars and was 
second also in the first heat for 
foreign stocks. 

St. Hilaire set a new track 
record of 21.05 seconds for stock 
beating the old mark of 
21.07 seconds held by Earl 
Pollard. 


W I. Pet. OB 

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14 14 .300 

14 It .483 «'/i 

11 IS .40 

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Washington ono luu 010 - 3 10 0 

Minnesota 0U1 (HU 22»- 9 17 0 

Bosnian 2-3. Rlddleberger <5), Jancski 
5>. Sheilenbtck »7). Gofolewtkl (8 > and 
isanova; K«ai and Ttactoinaki. Home 
runa: Minnesota — OUva <9Ui); Wash¬ 
ington — Howard (3rd). 

Boston 110 000 000— 4 10 0 

Milwaukee 000 001 Oot- 3 3 0 

Siebert 5-0, Tatum (8) and Josetihson 
Krausse 1-3, Sanders Lopez and 
Rodriguez, Roof (8). Home runs: Boston 
-rmta i3tnt; Milwaukee — Voss 
(3rd). 

Caiifurm* 000 (114 000- 5 10 0 

Cleveland 010 000 010- 2 0 1 

May 3-1. Laroche (8) and Stephenson; 
Lamb, Hand 0-0 <6), HennJgan (9> and 
Foma. Home run: CaMlomta — Repo/ 
(2nd). 

Kansas City 000 070 000- 1 7 0 

Detroit 000 101 OOx- 2 7 1 

Bunker 2-2. McCormick (8) and 
Kirkpatrick; Coleman 2-0. Scherman (8i 
and Freehan. Home runa: Detroit — 
Cash (4th and 6th). 

New York 000 100 000 01- 2 0 0 
Chicago 010 0UU 000 00— 1 8 1 

Kline 4-1 and Munaon; Bradley, Horten 
0-7 (11), Forster (11) and Herrmann. 
Home run: Chicago — Herrmann (3rd). 

NATIONAL LEAGUE 
Western Division 

I. Pet. OR 


trade Chicago White Sox out of 
veteran-shortstop Lou Aparicio. 
Then California Angels, jumping 
at the chance to get outfield- 
star Tony Conigliaro, chipped in 
with rookie second-baseman 
Doug Griffin and relief-pitcher 
Ken Tatum. 

SHIFTS PAY OFP 

Griffin moved in alongside 
Aparicio, Rico Petrocelli was 
shifted from shortstop to third 
base, George Scott moved back 
to first base from third base 
and Carl Yastrzemski moved 
back to the outfield from first 

lae. i 

Now better defensively in both 
the infield and outfield, the Red 
Sox filled the last defence gap 
by trading for catcher Duane 
Josephson and things seem to 
be working the way they were 
planned. 

ADD TO LEAD 

Saturday brought to Bosox 
their 13th win in 15 games and a 
game and a half lead over the 
rained-out Orioles. 

Outfielder Reggie Smith drove 
In four runs with a homer and 
two singles and Sonny Siebert 
boosted his record to 54) in the 
4-2 win over Milwaukee Brew¬ 
ers. Boston played errorless 
baseball, Josephson dto the 
catching and Tatum pitched two 
scoreless innings in relief after 
Siebert had been taken out tor a 
seventh-dnning pinch-hitter. 

Elsewhere in the American 
League: 

• Thurman Munson scored 
both runs, the second after an 
llth-inning triple, for New York 


91 


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Playoff leaders: 

K Mahovlich. Montreal 
B. Hull. Chicago 
Bcliveau. Monlrcal 
Lemairc Montreal 
Tremblay. Montreal 
Coutnoyer. Montreal 
Stapleton. Chicago 
Mlkita. Chicago 


Results are: 

FOREIGN' STOCK CARS 
Trophy Dash — 1. Neil GusU/fton. 2. 
ob Dymond, 3. Roy Passmore, 4. Ray 


New York 
PitGhiirch 
St. DNIU 


13 


Drouin, Minnesota 


Island Stars Off to Brazi 


★ * ★ 



Two members of Victoria Maplettes and a former 
University of Victoria star have been selected to the 
Canadian team which will be in Sao Paulo, Brazil, this week 
to compete in the women’s world basketball championship. 

The 12-player squad includes centre Mary Coutts (left) and 
forward Angle Radonovich (right) of Maplettes and Heather 
Witzel of Courtenay, the former Vikette. 

Mrs. Coutts has been the star on two Canadian 
championship teams in the last three years, with Rawlings in 
1969 and Maplettes last spring. Miss Radonovich, from 
Nanaimo, was a standout for Maplettes this past season and 
Miss Witzel helped Vikettes to the Western intercollieglate 
championship before transferring to University of Saskat¬ 
chewan last year. 

Four other B.C. players, Kathy Williams and Joanne 
Sargeant of the UBC team and Pauline Jensick and Betty 
Ross of Vancouver Molsons, and a former British Columbian. 
Vale Savege of Cnbourg, Ont., are also on the Canadian team. 

Its four other members are Marg Curry of the University 
of Saskatchewan, Joyce Douthwright of the University of New 
Brunswick, Lesley Hamerton of Winnipeg and Pat Tatham of 
Hamilton. 

Makeup of the team was announced Saturday by the 
Canadian Amateur Basketball Association following trials 
which ended in Vancouver. 


pt, Ftr«t he«t - 1 Al Hllchoox. 2. Steve 
> -H) Cooper. 3. Dave Humphries. 4. Dave 
19 Ireland. ' 

18 i Fast Heat —1. Roy Passmore. 2. Bob 
i 17 1 Dymond, 3. Bent Siewertsen. 4. Ray 
17 1 Smith. 

161 15-lap Main F.vent — L Ray Smith. 2. 
16 Steve Cooper, 3. Roy Pa**more, 4. Dave 
Humphries. 

NMap Sports Car Event — (L John 
. Kcndrew. 2. Dave Hatton, 3. Pat 
1 Monahan, 4. Don Horn. 

STOCK CARS 

Trophy Daah — 1. BiU Potts 

(Chemaimis). 2. Barry Christie (Courte¬ 
nay), 3. Don Carmichael (Nanaimo >. ' 
Jim Berry (Nanaimo). 

First Heat — 1* Ron Crowther. 2. BiU 
wt hSuk e ; 3. Gordon Oltrey, 4. Warren 
Johnstone. 

Fast Heat — L Barry Christie. 2. 
Orton Ker. 3. Tony Johnson. 4. Ron 

Fleet. 

"B” Main Event ~ L Bab Layfleid, 2. 
Bill SheUdiake. 3. Jerry Ferrla, 4. Bob 
Felt 

25-tap “A” Main Event - 1. Barry 
Christie. 2. Chris Van <te Water, 3. 
Larry Pollard, 4. Tony Johnson. 



Juvenile 

Baseball 

Results of juvenile baseball 
played Saturday: 

BABE RUTH 
13-U) Canadian Jnvealle 

Coamoputaan Royals 30u 304-10 8 2 
Peter Pollen Ford 230 000— 4 4 3 
Greg Corbett and Doug Archibald; 
Bill Johmtone and Bill Smith. Home 
rua: O amopolltans—Kim Tarbuk; 
Peter PoUei»-BUJ Johnstone. 

Victoria 

Optimists 7. Verdlei Floors 7. 
PONY LEAGUE 
Carnarvon 

Oak Bay Lions 0, Patm Springs 
Bpa Hawks 14. 

LITTLE LEAGUE 

Aetna Painting 14. Vantreights 2. 
Gordon Head Shell 13. Cable vision 

a 

University Heights Esso 6, Im¬ 
perial 5. 


14 14 .630 3*4 

14 14 ..Y)0 S' j 

15 IS .4*4 7 

10 18 .386 84 

S 18 *93 19 


Eastern Division 

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..„ 18 3 ,343 — 

* 17 11 .807 4 

18 13 .639 9 

. It • .630 34 

It IS .473 64 

» . 8 17 .338 


CMcw*d ono 002 lOO- .1 4 1 

Montreal 000 000 00(1- 0 3 2 

Holt/man 1-4 snd Breeden: McAnaUy 
0-2. Marshall <9• and Bateman. Home 
run: Chicago — Pepitone <41h>. 

Atlanta 000 (K« 050- 5 « 1 

San Francisco OUU 001 007— 2 3 o 

Reed 4-2. Upshaw (8) and Dldler; 
Bryant 2*1, Johnson <8) and Dietz. Home 
ru v Alania Boyer Galt. Aaron 
G2th>: San Francisco — Msys iflthi. 
Henderson (3rd t. 

Cincinnati 000 000 OOP- 0 7 0 

San Diego 450 100 00x-10 15 0 

GuHett 3-1. Wilcox Gt Gibbon <7> and 
Corrae,. AG In 1-4 and Burton. Home 

run: San Diego — Gaston (6th). 

Pittsburgh 001 000 400-5 12 0 

Los Angeles 100 020 000-3 14 0 

Brlle* 3-1, Glustl (7) and Sangulllen; 
Downing 3-2, Mlkkelsen (7), Brewer (91 
imd Haller. Home run: Pittsburgh— 
Pagan (1st). 


Adanacs Trim 
Salmon bellies 


P W L E A Pta 

VICTORIA S 9 8 31 93 4 

New minuter 1 I 1 37 33 3 

Coquitlam ... 3 1 1 33 37 3 

Vancouver 2 0 2 S3 31 0 

Next game: Tuesday—New Westminster 
at Vancouver. 

COQUITLAM (CP) — Coquit¬ 
lam Adanacs erupted for seven 
unanswered goals in the third 
period Saturday night to topple 
New Weslminster SaJmonbellies, 
16-9. in Western Lacrosse Asso¬ 
ciation action before 1400 fans. 

Bill Robinson had his most 
productive game as a senior 
player, scoring six goals and 
adding two assists for the 
winners, who were early 0-5 
trailers. Adanacs got a 3-5 
before the first period ended 
and evened the score at 9-9 
before the end of the second 
period. 

Mike Gates had one goal and 
six assists while Wayne Shuttle- 


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B.C. Fistival of Sports and Victorian Days 

TENNIS TOURNAMENT 
MAY 22-MAY 29 

SENIOR AND JUNIOR EVENTS 

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Club. Hocking it Forbes Sporting Goods and Victoria 
S|M>rtlng Good*. 

Entries Close Wednesday, May 19th 


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Improved Defence 
All They Needed? 


Yankees in a 2-1 decision over 
the White Sox. 

• Roger Repoz keyed a four- 
run sixth inning with a homer 
and Syd O’Brien hit a two-run 
triple as the Angela got by 
Cleveland Indians, 10-2. 


B.C. Reps 
Score Win 


NANAIMO - British Co¬ 
lumbia’s Representative team 
used a speedy set of wing three- 
quarters to overrun a Cbwichan 
Select XV. 20-6, in an exhibition 
rugby match here Saturday. 

Two evenly-matched seta of 
forwards fought a battle royal 
up front, with the B.C. eight 
perhaps getting a fraction more 
possession, but the wings raced 
over for five tries as the 
visitors coasted to a 17-0 lead at 
half time. 

John Mitchell, of University of 
British Columbia Thunderbirds, 
got three tries and fellow UBC 
winger, Spence McTavish, 
scored two. Fullback Barrie 
Burnham converted one of the 
tries and kicked a penalty goal 
in the second half. 

Chris Hindson. a big lock 
forward, scored the only try for 
the Cowichan Select XV after 
prop forward. Kevin McCulloch, 
paved the way with a slashing 
run. 

Cowichan’s other points came 
from a penalty goal kicked by 
Al Foster. 


worth, formerly of New West¬ 
minster, scored twice and drew 
four assists. 

Wayne Goss, who scored 
twice, was the only member of 
the ’Bc-llies who could beat 
Dave Wedlock more than once. 


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TOTALS 16 23 22 


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By JIM ! 

A new athletic 
accepted for competiti 
Victoria senior high sc 
winner will be announc 

It is the Goiondsit : 
Shield, and it will go 
school which has o 
athletic record over 
extending through the 
September to June. 

The winner will be 
system formulated 
Victoria Senior Secoi 
gociation and points \ 
the sports administer 
tion. 

Eligible for the ci 
association’s member 
moment, there are 
Claremont, Esquima 
Mount View, Oak B 
Victoria. 

Except In events 
tournament, such as i 
swimming, points wi 
final league standing! 
count. 

The first-place sch 
with 25 points, finishii 
20 points and third 15 
it is 10, eight, six, f 
And if a ninth sebo 
future, ninth place wil 

The same formula 
the swimming and 
competitions, which 
same number al podn 
petiition. 


Albion: 


Victoria and District Ci 
Association champions last 
son, Albions, and runnei 
Castaways, battled to a dn 


Eskimos Ach 
New Tackle 

EDMONTON (CP) — 
monton Eskimos of the \ 
em Football Conference 
announced the signing 
Import offensive-tackle 
Herrera and the re-signii 
punter Fred Dunn. 

Herrera, a native of 
Paso, Texas, played for 
ora do State University 
last three years. Last m 
D unn, an Edmonton ni 
kicked 128 punts for 
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nd Victorian Days 

RNAMENT 
AY 29 

EVENTS 

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tliiK («oodn and Victoria 

ssday, May 19th 


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Rangers’ 1-0 victory 
| Celtic in the Scottish 
final. 

i struggled to break up 
isual bitter rivalry be- : 

the fans of the t*o j 

At least 70 fans were * 

M arrested and several 
hurt and taken to 


ence 


les in a 2-1 decision over I 
|hite Sox. 

Repoz keyed a four- 
pxtii inning with a homer 4 
lyd O’Brien hit a two-run 
1 as the Angels got by 
1 Indians, 10-2. 


■NAIMO - British Co- 
lias Representative team 
la speedy set of wing three- 
lers to overrun a Cbwichan 
|t XV. 20-6, in an exhibition 
r match here Saturday. 

evenly-matched sets of 
hrds fought a battle royal 
■ront, with the B.C. eight 
pps getting a fraction more 
iion, but the wings raced 
for five tries as the 
brs coasted to a 17-0 lead at 
■ time. 

pn Mitchell, of University of 
i Columbia Thunderbirds, 
hree tries and fellow UBC 
Spence McTavlsh, 
two. Fullback Barrie 
|ham converted one of the 
and kicked a penalty goal 
* second half. 

Iiris Hindson, a big lock 
lard, scored the only try for 
|Cowichan Select XV after 
> forward. Kevin McCulloch, 
the way with a slashing 

wichan's other points came 
a penalty goal kicked by 
Foster. 


Trim 

tellies 


llli, formerly of New West- 
Jister. scored twice and drew 
- assists. 

laync Goss, who scored 
|ce, was the only member of 
’Bellies who could beat 
Ive Wedlock more than once. 


Coquitlam 

O A P 

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Shultlewortti 2 4 2 
Allohlann 0 12 
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Pnrunns 
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Schumacher 1 010 
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Wallamlth 1 0 0 
Ormond 
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TOTALS 16 23 22 


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Colonist Offers 
New Award 


By JIM TANG 

A new athletic award has been 
accepted for competition among Greater 
Victoria senior high schools and the first 
winner will be announced within a month. 

It is the Colonist Inter-High Athletic 
Shield, and it will go each year to the 
school which has compiled the best 
athletic record over the sports season 
extending through the school year from 
September to June. 

The winner will be decided on a points 
system formulated by the Greater 
Victoria Senior Secondary Athletic As¬ 
sociation and points will be awarded in 
the sports administered by the associa¬ 
tion. 

Eligible for the competition are the 
association’s member schools. At the 
moment, there are eight — Belmont, 
Claremont, Esquimau, Mt. Douglas, 
Mount View, Oak Bay, Reynolds and 
Victoria. 

Except in events which require a 
tournament, such as track and field and 
swimming, points will come only from 
final league standings. Playoffs will not 
count. 

The first-place school will be credited 
with 25 points, finishing second will bring 
20 points and third 15 points. From there 
it » 10, eight, six, four and two points 
And if a ninth school is added in the 
future, ninth place will net a single point. 

The same formula will be in effect for 
the swimming and track and field 
competitions, which will both offer the 
same number of points as a league com- 
petiition. 


The shield is the fourth major Colonist 
award for high school athletics. There is 
a Colonist Cup for the Greater Victoria 
soccer championship, a Colonist Cup for 
the boys’ Vancouver Island basketball 
championship and Colonist Cups are 
given each year to the outstanding male 
and female competitor in the Island track 
and field championships. 

All competitions have been highly 
successful but the competition for the 
shield could become the most successful 
of all. 

It is designed to add interest to high 
school athletic competition by adding 
importance to what are now the less 
glamorous sports and thereby involving 
more of the student body. The same 
number of points are available from each 
approved competition and a badminton or 
volleyball or field-hockey success could 
decide possession of the coveted “top 
dog” designation that winning the shield 
wiH bring. 

Approved competitions are now boys' 
and girls’ basketball, rugby, soccer, 
badminton, track and field, swimming, 
girls’ field hockey and boys’ and girls’ 
volleyball. Other sports may be added in 
the future by the GVSSAA, which drew 
up all of the ground rules for the shield 
competition and which will keep the 
official point count and make the official 
decision on the winner. 

Presentation of the shield will be 
made to the winning school at Its awards 
ceremonies at the close of each school 
term and the shield is for permanent 
possession. A new shield will be 
presented each year. 


Victoria United will forward a 
letter of complaint to the 
British Columbia Soccer Com¬ 
mission over the “behavior of 
linesman Bill Miller of Van¬ 
couver” In Saturday’s Pacific 
Coast Soccer league match 
between United and Eintracht in 
Vancouver. 

United led, 3-1, until 23 
minutes into the second half. 
Then Wolfgang Bludau made it 
3-2 on a penalty goal and Peter 
Arnett scored before the end to 
make the result a 3-3 tie. 

Officials on the United bench 
protested the penalty, called 
against Howie Anderson for use 
of hands in preventing a goal, 
claiming the ball struck his 
hand accidentally and that 
referee Gerry Mulziva had first 
called a comer on the play but 
changed his decision after con¬ 
sulting with Miller. 

ORDERED OFF BENCH 

In the uproar, in which Miller 
allegedly exchanged words with 
several of the United players, 
Mulziva sent all the Victoria 
officials from the sideline to the 
stands for the rest of toe game. 

United president Harry Rose 
said in a statement after the 
game: 

’In fairness to soccer, we 
have tried to deny toe accusa¬ 
tions that toe Coast League is 
‘bush’ but in view of the 
officiating in the last few 
games, culminated by toe dis¬ 
play today, it appears there is 
no way that Vancouver referees 
will allow a Victoria team to 
win as a result of borderline 


Albions, Castaways Draw 


Victoria and District Cricket 
Association champions last sea¬ 
son, Albions, and runners-up, 
Castaways, battled to a draw in 


Eskimos Add 
Neic Tackle 

EDMONTON (CP) — Ed¬ 
monton Eskimos of the West¬ 
ern Football Conference have 
announced the signing of 
Import offensive-tackle Art 
Herrera and toe re-signing of 
punter Fred Dunn. 

Herrera, a native of El 
Paso, Texas, played for Col¬ 
orado State University toe 
last three years. Last season 
Dunn, an Edmonton native, 
kicked 129 punts for 5326 
yards. 


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a match at Beacon Hill Park 
Saturday. 

Opening batsmen Dave Clarke 
and Brian Rudgard were hard 
to splat up and compiled 73 runs 
for Castaways before Rudgard 
(12) lost his wicket. 

Clarke made 64 and got great 
support from John Walters, who 
hit 35, and Dave Auld, who 
scored 34, as Castaways got 181 
for six wickets before declaring. 
Dave Shaw added 13 and Peter 
Richardson was 13 not out. 

Bowling for Albions, Alan 
Carter took his total to 10 
wickets in two matches by 
finishing with three for 42. 
Carter took seven for 29 in 
Albions opening match against 
Alcoa toe Saturday before. Mai 
Shanks took one for 10. 


Set to make 182 in one hour 
and 50 minutes for victory, 
Albions began solidly and hit 84 
runs before toe first wicket fell. 

Opening batsmen Mai Shanks 
(55) and Chris Rowe (39) scored 
at a fast rate to keep Albions in 
with a chance but toe time ran 
out with the score at 138 for 
three. Don Hughes was 27 not 
out and Mike Morgan had an 
undefeated 11 at the close of 
play. 

Auld took two for 44 for 
Castaways. 

Today’s game between Oak 
Bay and Cowl chan has been 
transferred from Windsor Park 
To Beacon Hill Park and in the 
other match, Incogs play Alcoa 
at University School. 


University of Victoria 
Summer Session 

SUMMER SPORTS CAMP FOR BOYS AND GIRLS 

A summer sports camp is being organized by the 
Physical Education Section, University of Vic¬ 
toria, for children ages ten to twelve years, 
during the four weeks, July 5 to 30. Activities 
will include sports and outdoor recreation both 
on the campus and at recreational areas away 
from the University each Friday. In addition, 
a feature of the experience will be a three-day 
residential camp at Shawnigan Lake during the 
final week. Cost will be $40 for the entire 
program. 

Registration forms and farther information can 
be obtained by calling the Physical Education 
Office, University of Victoria, 477-6911, local 509 
or Office of the Director of Sommer Session, 
local 500. 


B stls galim tst Victorlo, B.C., Sundoy, May 9. 1971 


Penalty Call Disputed by United 
As Eintracht Rally Earns Draw 


VANCOUVER — Victoria 
United tied 3-3 with Eintracht at 
Empire Stadium Saturday and 
moved into a first-place tie with 
Vancouver Columbus in the 
Pacific Coast Soccer League. 

For United it was the last 
regular-echedule match of the 
seaaon but Columbus has a 
game in hand — against Pauls 


Canadians, eighth-place side in 
toe nine-team league, today at 
Empire Stadium. 

A win or a tie today will 
clinch the championship for 
Columbus, but in the event of an 
upset by Pauls, United and 
Columbus would then meet in a 
one-game playoff for the title. 

Out to snap a run of three 


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Official’s Conduct 
Brings Complaint 


decisions, and that a definite 
element of doubt is present as 
to toe stature of toe Coast 
League.’' 

United also filed a protest 
after toe game in Victoria in 
which Columbus and United 
battled to a 04) tie. 

The protest was against Co¬ 
lumbus player-coach, John 
Milner, still serving a 12-game 
suspension for striking a ref¬ 
eree, who sat on the Columbus 
bench throughout the game. 
DECISION TODAY 

A decision on that protest is 
expected today and it could well 
be that in this avenue lies 
United’s best chance for the 
league championship. 

United and Columbus are 
deadlocked at the top of the 
league and Columbus is hot 
favorite to defeat Pauls Cana¬ 
dians in its last league match 
today. 

But if toe Vancouver team’s 
last game with United was 
changed from a tie to a victory 
for the Victoria team, Columbus 
would lose a point and United 
would gain one — making them 
even once more and requiring a 
playoff game to decide toe 
championship . . . unless Paul’s 
should pull an upset. 


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Ken Larson and Bob Swanson 
fired three hitters Saturday to 
lead Bate Construction to 2-1 
and 3-1 wins, respectively, over 
New Westminster Imperial 
Marine Industries in an exhibi¬ 
tion softball doubleheader at 
Central Park. 

A two-run homer by Don 
Lancaster in the fourth inning 
of toe nightcap gave Swanson 
all the rung he needed to best 
Alex Forsythe, who gave up 
seven hits. Swanson, who gave 
up a run in the first inning, 
scored an insurance run in the 
seventh when he singled, moved 
to third base on an error and 
scored on a fielder’s choice. 

Larson, whose pitching was 
matched by toe combined ef¬ 
forts of Merle Johnson and 
Barry Brandow in toe opener, 
was touched for a run in toe 
seventh inning. But by then Bob 
Boudot had scored on a double 
by Harv Stevenson in toe first 
inning and Joe Patterson had 
scored on a wild pitch in toe 
fifth-inning after hitting a single 
and advanced to third base on 
infield plays. 


defeats in their last away 
matches, United played attack¬ 
ing soccer from toe start. The 
Victoria squad dominated play 
throughout toe first half, lead¬ 
ing 2-1 at half time and by 3-1 
just five minutes into the 
second half. 

Bob Bolitoo, back with the 
team following a tour of Britain 
with the Greater Victoria High 
Schools All-Stars soccer and 
rugby party, scored United’s 
first goal. Bolitoo collected a 


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cross from Ray Telford after 
both goalkeeper, Gordon 
Schroeder, and centre-half Greg 
Arnett misjudged it, and sent 
toe ball into toe net. 

tied score 

Two minutes later Wilfred 
Rischoff sent a long ball 
through and Wolfgang Bludau 
soared up and nodded it past 
Barry Sadler to tie the score 

United regained toe lead at 35 
minutes when Bolitoo sent a 
good cross which was punched 
clear by Schroeder only for Ash 
Valdai to collect toe loose ball 
and slip it into the net. 
HEADED IN NO. 17 

League-leading scorer, Ike 
MacKay, made it 3-1 with his 
17th goal when he headed in a 
shot from 4 comer kick by 
Bolitoo. 

Then, at 23 minutes into the 
second half, came the big blow 
for United. 

Howie Anderson sent back a 
hard pass to Sadler who had to 
dive to clear it. Eintracht’s 
Peter Esremjan gathered the 
loose ball and fired it past 
Sadler andAnderson rushed 
behind toe kei^ter to stop it. 

Anderson was penalized for 


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11 a.m. — Vancouver Island 
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hands” and Bludau banged toe 
ball in to make it 3-2. 

United offioials protested 
loudly and were removed from 
the bench by referee Gerry 
Mulziva and sent to the stand. 

United, still somewhat upset 
by the penalty, found them¬ 
selves in trouble again at 31 
minutes and Peter Arnett beat 
Jim Irving to the ball and 
hooked it over his shoulder past 
Sadler for toe equalizer. 

KEEP RACE TIGHT 

Vancouver Firefighters kept 
the race for playoff berths tight 
by upsetting third-place Croatia, 
54), and moving above North 
Shore Labatts and into fifth 
place — just one point behind 
Eintracht. 

Dennis Rose, Gary Stevens 
and Robbie Goodheart scored 
the goals and goalkeeper Mike 
Gilmore recorded his eighth 
shutout. 

In the other game played, 
Westminster Blues also climbed 
a notch, skipping over Pauls 
Canadians and into seventh 
place with a 6D win over 
University of British Columbia 
Thunderbirds. 


Fort Marcy 
Disqualified 

BALTIMORE (AP) — Fort 
Marcy, the 1970 horse of toe 
year, romped to apparent 
victory in Saturday’s 956,800 
Dixie Handicap at Pimlico, 
only to be disqualified In 
favor of Chompion, who fin¬ 
ished six length back. 

Despite an instant television 
replay, track stewards 
studied the video-tape at 
length before ruling that Fort 
Marcy had impeded fourth¬ 
running North Flight midway 
through toe far turn in toe 1 
H-mile race. Chompion was 
awarded toe top position and 
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TAIUS, Ky. — Spring sunshine lay like honey on the sweet 
green fields along the Paris Pike. Beside the lane leading into 
Claiborne Farm, two swans floated just above a tiny waterfall, 
and the surface of their pool mirrored the pure white of 
dogwood, the lavender of redbud. At a yellow gate, a stallion 
groom named Billy Johnson made a welcoming committee of 
one. 

It is traditional that the Beautiful People converge on the 
blue grass country on the first weekend of May, and this year 
has been no exception. Not every state is lucky enough to have 
Atty. Gen. John Mitchell. Pia Lindstrom, Eddie Arcaro, and 
Martha Mitchell all within its borders at the same time. Yet 
even an assemblage like that becomes a passe) of nrm-entities 
when compared with the celebrities that live the year round on 
Clairbome Farm. 

“We’ve got 18 stallions here,” Billy Johnson said, “and 18 
paddocks of two or three acres so’s they can be alone. This one 
is Hawaii, a grass horse from South America. That’s another 
South American in the next paddock — Pronto. He has a son, 
Indian Chief, standing at Spendthrift Farm, and we’ve got three 
or four foals by Indian Chief here.” 


In the middle of one of the larger paddocks a dark bay 
grazed. “Bold Ruler,” Johnson said, “lifting his voice a decibel. 
“The country's leading stre for nine years in a row.” 

Bold Ruler was sampling a mixed salad of greens and 
yellow dendelions. “He don’t pick it over,” Johnson said. "It’s 
all just grass to him.” Evidently it was rather tasty grass, 
though not noticeably blue. 

"Early of a morning,” Billy Johnson said, “when it’s just 
coming on to seedin’, you can see a kind of blue tint. And if you 
pick a seed, that’ll have a blue tint. 

“This is Round Table, the biggest money-winning horse 
ever lived. Kelso? Yes, except for Kelso, but we don’t count 
him because he’s a gelding. Round Table won $1,749,869. You 
see that muzzle on him. That’s because he bites himself. If we 
took that muzzle off, he’d be reaching around biting himself on 
the flank. 

“He’s 18 years old, Round Table. So is Bold Ruler. They 
were born a few minutes apart in that black barn up on the 
hill. They’re still booked to about 46 mares a year each. 
Remember this chestnut? Bold Lad. He was in the Derby in 
1965.” 


A magnificent bay idled in the next paddock. This was Sir 
Ivor, who won the English Derby for Raymond Guest. “Come 
here. Bud Johnson called. “Over here.” The horse trotted to the 
fence, thrust his head over the top rail and stuck out his 
tongue. “No, I’m not gonna pull your tongue. That's all you 
want.” Sir Ivor nuzzled him insistently and Johnson relented, 
tugging at the tongue as though it were a hell rope. ’’Not too 
close. There. Now that’s enough.” 

Sir Ivor didn’t think it was enough, but the tour went on. 
"That’s Jacinto, a son of Bold Ruler . . . Drone. By Sir 
Gaylord . . . Tom Rolfe, he won the Preakness for Mr. Guest 
. . . Baghdad . . Reviewer, he’s Bold Ruler out of Broadway 
. . . this big guy Is Herbager. sire of the Derby horse, List.” 

He came .at last to a hilltop paddock occupied by a bay 
with a tiny star in the exact middle of his forehead. He 
whistled, and the horse walked toward the fence. Johnson spoke 
in measured tones. 

"This is the big horse. Five and a quarter million, he was 
syndicated for. Nijinsky.” 


A year ago this was the wonder horse. Racing abroad for 
the late Charles Engelhard, he won 11 straight before losing the 
Arc de Triomphe at Longchamps and the Champion Stakes at 
Newmarket. It has been written that before he left England 
admirers snatched his tall bald for horsehair souvenirs but it 
must have grown out on the plane coming over because 
Johnson said Nijinsky arrived with a complete coiffure. 

“He’s braiding mares now," Johnson said. "Yes, he likes 
the girls. Here! You tryin’ to nip me? Cut it out now. Why, you 
—” He fetched the horse a slap. “I don’t care if you are worth 
five and a quarter million, you ain’t biting me.” 

This is Nijinsky's first season in stud and he hasn’t yet 
filled out the way older stallions do after settling down to life 
as family men. 

"Gome back next Derby Day,” Billy Johnson said, “and 
you won’t know him for the 
same horse. How long can he 
live this life he’s just starting’’ 

Well, up on that hiU we’ve gtrt 
Double Jay. He’s 27 years old 
and still taking care of his 
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Knicks Trade 
Russell 


NEW YORK (AP) — New 
York Knicks, deposed cham¬ 
pions of the National Basket- 
ball Association, traded six- 
foot-five Cazxle Russell to San 
Francisco Warriors today for 
six-foot-eight Jerry Lucas. 

It was a straight player 
deal and appeared to be the 
first step In the Knicks’ plan 
M regain the NBA title. They 
were eliminated by Baltimore 
ia the Eastern Division final 
playoffs last month before the 
Bullets lost four straight to 
the new champions, Mil¬ 
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Goody Slips but Keeps Golf Lead 


DALLAS (AP) - Masters 
champion Charles Goody slipped 
t6 S 71 but retained a one-stroke 
lead In the third round of the 
$125,000 Byron Nelson Golf 
Classic Saturday. 

Lurking at just one stroke off 
the pace was the impressive 
trio of defending-champion Jack 
Nicklaus, Lee Trevino and 
Homero B 1 an eat. Arnold 
Palmer was only two strokes 
back. 

Coody, an Abilene. Tex., na 
tive, was two over par for the 
day On the 7031-yard Preston 


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ROME (AP) — Jan Kodes, 
an unseeded Czechoslovak 
amateur, defeated top-seeded 
Australian pro John New¬ 
combe in the Italian Open 
tennis tournament Saturday 
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final victory. 

Kodes scored 13 consecutive 
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Trail Golf Club course and had 
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Nick la us, the r current PGA 
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Palmer, winner of two events 
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Coody, who had a two-stroke 
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birdie, holing a 10-foot putt on 
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greens," the soft-spoken 33-year- 
old veteran said. “There were 
three-putts and I must have 
missed three or four v< 
makable putts around the 10-13 
foot range. 

“I’m very disappointed,” he 
continued. “I had the oppor¬ 
tunity to shoot a much better 
round and put myself in really 
good position. ’ 

As it is, the upset winner of 
the Masters has some of the 
game’s greatest stars breathing 
down his neck going into today's 
final round. 

“That ain’t no good round, 
snorted Trevino after his 70. He 
was tied with Coody at one 
point, but bogeyed the 16th hole 
when he pulled his drive, then 
had to lay up short of a creek 
that guards the front of the 
green. 

“But tomorrow is another 
day,” he grinned. "I’m in a 
good position if f have a good 
round tomorrow.” 


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Nicklaus, who beat Palmer In 
a sudden-death playoff for this 
title a year ago. ’’I’m playing 
real well,” ha warned. 

Nicklaus was one over par 
after 10 holes, then rallied with 
birdie putts of 10 and 16 feet 
before he pitched to within 
three feet on the 10th hole for 
another birdie. 

"Not too bad,” Palmer said 
after taking two strokes off par, 
“I could have been better, but I 


can’t say I'm too disappointed 
with the round. I'm in pretty 
good position.” 

Sixteen players were locked 
within three strokes of each 
other. If there is a tie after 72 
holes, the $25,000 first prize will 
be decided in a sudden-death 
playoff. 

George Knudson of Toronto, 
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KEY TO SCHEDULE OF EVENTS: 

‘Sanctioned Zone or Regional event. 

*‘Sanctioned Provincial event not necessarily a 
championship. 

••‘Major sanctioned and unsanctioned provincial 
championships and events involving contestants 
from other provinces or countries. 


The events and dates listed in this advertisement 
are based on information received at the Festival 
of Sports Office to April 1,1971. Any subsequent 
changes or deletions are the responsibility 
of the event committee in each community. 


EVENTS IN ITAUCS: 

Non-sports events, pageants, parades, themes 
and special attractions recognized ee 
Festival ancillary events. 

COMMUNITY CHAIRMEN: 

Listed next to community names. 


Yachting 

••Cowichan Bay Regatta 

May 29-30 

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Yachting 

•Maple Bay 

May 23 

Bowling 

5 and 10 Pfn Regional 

May 23 

Tennis 

Regional 

May 20-30 

Bowling 

•5 and 10 Zone Finals 

May 30 

Horseback Riding 

4-day trail ride 

May 22-25 

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Bowling 

5 Pin Regional 

May 23 

Community Sports Days 

May 23 2 9 

UCLUELET 



GANGES 



Bowling 

5 and 10 Pin Regional 

May 23 

Bowling 

5 Pin Regional 

May 23 

VICTORIA (Jack B. Morgan) 


NANAIMO 



Archery 

•♦Queen Victoria International 

May 30 

Bowling 

5 and 10 Pin Regional 

May 23 

Archery 

••F.l.T.A. Shoot Provincial 

Juno 5-6 

Bowling 

*•*5 and 10 Pin Provincial 

June 6 

Bowling 

•5 Pin - Golden Age 


Yachting 

•Fifth Annual Georgia 



Clubs Championships 

May 20 


Straits Regatta 

May 22-23 

Lacrosse 

Inter-city League x 

May 26, 

Tonnis 

Regional 

May 20-30 



Juno 2 

Rodeo 

•Little Britches 

May 23 

Marksmanship 

••B.C.R.A./V.I.S.L Match 

Juno 6 

Golf 

•Mid-Island Ladies' 


Soccer 

♦•Russell Cup Tournament 

May 29-30 


Championship 

Juno 6 

Tonnis 

Regional 

May 20-30 

Golf ^ 

•Mid-Island Jr. Men's 


Track - Field 

•~B.C. High School Champ. 

June 4-5 


Championship 

May 24 

Yachting 

Swiftsure and Juan de Fuca 

May 29-30 


Rugby 

Golf 


OPENING CEREMONIES 

Prime Minister W. A. C. Bennett will light the commemorative 
Festival cairn in front of the Parliament Buildings in Victoria 
at noon on Thursday, May 20th. The ceremony will be pre¬ 
ceded by the Parade of Athletes through downtown Victoria. 


It's Festival time again' Time to enjoy the traditional hospitality 
and majestic beauty of Vancouver Island. You II want to see all 
the new attractions in Victoria. Breathe the soft, fresh, flower- 
scented air. Relax on east coast beaches where the first warm 
tides of summer caress the shore. Or, drive out fo watch ocean 
comberscrashing in at Sooke, Tofino and Ucluelet.The country¬ 
side is lovely, the fishing is great and Festival of Sports events 
in most communities will double your rewards. 


CAMPBELL RIVER 


Boxing 

Amateur Boxing Card 

May 22 

Gymkhana „ 

Annual Open Treilriders 

May 23-24 

Skin Diving 

••Pacific N.W. Championships 

May 22 

Bolster and Bar 

Championship 

May 22 

Roller Skating 

CHEMAINUS 

Revue 

June 5 

Golf 

Island Legion 

Tournament (Men's) 

June 5 

COMOX (R. T. Merrick) 


Bowling 

5 Pin Regional 

May 23 

Sailing 

•Comox Bay Regatta 

May 22-23 

Tonnis 

Regional 

May 20-30 

COURTENAY 

Bowling 

5 and 10 Pin Regional 

May 23 

Bowling 

♦5 and 10 Zone Finals 

May 30 

Golf 

♦Centennial ''104” Open 
(Men's) 

May 29-30 

DUNCAN/COWICHAN VALLEY ( David Rose) 

Bowling 

5 and 10 Pin Regional 

May 23 

Equestrian 

•••Pac. N.W. Comb. Training 

May 28-30 

Track and Field 

•*0. R. Peerkes Invitational 

May 22-23 



Golf 


Golf 

Golf 


•••International 

South Vancouver Island 
Field Day (Ladies') 

Island Open Matchplay 
Finals (Men’s) 

Victoria City Jr. (Men’s) 
••♦Cedar Hill Open and John 
Merriman Memorial (Men’s) 
Golf City Men’s Amateur Champs. 

Logger Sports ••Regional 
Victorian Days Celebrations 
Victoria Highland Games 
Dancing Western North American 

Champs ( Professional ) 

Piping and 

Drumming ( Professional ) 

Oak Bay Tea Party 


May 22 
May 30 


May 23 
May 29 


May 29-30 
June 6 
May 24 
May 24 30 
May 23 


May 23 


May 23 
May 29-30 


For a complete calendar of events and other inform* 
ation contact the B.C. Sports Federation, 

1200 West Broadway, Vancouver 9, B.C. 

(Phone 736-9751) 


PORT ALBERNl 


Bowling 

5 and 10 Pin Regional 

May 23 

Swimming 

••West Coast Invitational 

June 5-6 

Tennis 

Regional 

May 20-30 

QUALICUM BEACH 


Golf 

Men’s Tournament 

May 22-24 

SAANICH 

Bowling 

5 Pin Regional 

May 23 

Water Skiing 

•••B.C. Open Championship 

June 5-6 

CENTRAL 8AANICH (K. E. Stan lake) 


Polo 

•••International 

June 6 

NORTH SAANICH 


Horae Show 

•Sunset Festival Ptayday 

June 5 

Yachting 

••Centennial Regatta 

May 22-23 




Sponsored by ths amateur sports organizations of the province and tha 


DEPARTMENT OF TRAVEL INDUSTRY 

Hon. W. K. Kiernan, Minister R. B. Worley, Deputy Minister 


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By MILTON RKHMA 

NEW YORK (UPIl 
Johnny Unitas is pretty 8 
he’ll be back. He’s positive 
fact. 

Don’t go spoiling everytl 
though by asking him wl 
He can't tell you that, 
r e c u p e r ating 37-year 
quarterback for the Baltirr 
Colta is pretty good but I 
not god. He doesn’t know. 



Quick Toi 


Italy’s Nino Benven 
canvas in the third 
and seconds later hi: 
in the towel. Benver 
trying to regain th 
weight boxing tit 
Monzon of Ai'gentin 
strained by his hai 
Victor Avendano 


Hill 

With 


SILVERSTONE. En 
tAPi — Graham Hill, fi 
double world champion 
njdest man in Grand 
racing, won the Daily E> 


Natior 
In Dav 


By THE ASSOCIATED I 


Mexico moved into the 
finals of the American 
north section Davis Cup 
competition Saturday by 
ing South Korea in the c 
at Mexico City. 

The 6-2, 4-6, 6-’», 6-1 vie 
Vicente Z a r a z u a am 
Ramirez over Chung Yoi 
and Kim Sung Bae g;i 
Mexicans an unbeatable : 
in the best-of five match 
Mexico now will play » 
In the section finals Ma 
in Mexico City. 

In other Davis Cup m 
the Soviet Union, Finlai 
France clinched quart 
lierths in the Europea 
“A”. Israel also moved i 
round of eight in the Ei 
zone “B” by defeating b 
Alex M e t r e v e 11 ai 



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By MILTON RlCHMAN 

NEW YORK (UPI) — 
Johnny Unitas is pretty sure 
he’ll be back. He’s positive in 
fact. -% 

Don’t go spoiling everything 
though by asking him when. 
He cant tell you that. The 
recuper ating 37-year-old 
quarterback for the Baltimore 
Colts is pretty good but he’s 
not god. He doesn’t know. 


Athilles tendons, after 
they’ve been torn, aren’t like 
hamburgers you throw on the 
fire. Nobody can really tell 
how long it’ll take for litem to 
be ready. 

Meanwhile, friends, well- 
wishers and just plain people 
keep wanting to tell Johnny 
Unitas they’re pulling for him 
to make it back. 

Weeb Kwbank, the New 


York Jets’ coach, is an old 
friend and an old softie along 
with It. He never wants to see 
anybody get hurt either with 
his club or with some other 
club. Besides, Unitas used to 
be his quarterback with the 
Colts so the other ,day Weeb 
just'did what came naturally 
— he picked up the phone and 
called him. 

“Keep on playing paddle 


depressed. I’m gonna get to 
talk with him yet and tell him 
there’s no reason to feel that 
way. Look at how my heel 
has come along. Right now 
I’d say I’m 80 per cent back 
f rom where I was. And when - 
I go to training camp in 
July,’’ said the Jets’ fullback, 
hope to be 100 per cent. 
.You gotta just keep working 
and not get discouraged.’’ 


Vi 


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Quick Towel Helps Monzon Keep Title 


Italy’s Nino Benvenuti heads for the 
canvas in the third round Saturday 
and seconds later his manager threw 
in the towel. Benvenuti, 33, who was 
trying to regain the world middle¬ 
weight boxing title from Carlos 
Monzon of Ai’gentina, had to be re¬ 
strained by his handlers as referee 
Victor Avendano raised Monzon’s 


hand as winner. Benvenuti went down 
for a six-count in the second round 
of the bout at Monte Carlo but the 
end came suddenly and police had to 
hold back angry Italians who tried 
to rush the ring. Benvenuti lost the 
title to Monzon on Nov. 8 on a 12th- 
round knockout.—(AP) 


ball,” Ewbank opened the 
conversation. “If you tear up 
the other leg you're helping 
the old man that much more. 

Seriously though, all of us 
here are very, sorry but we 
know you’ll be back.’’ 

Unitas recognized his old 
boss' voice and then Ewbank 
said to him: “Here, talk to 
Matt Snell sitting right beside 
me. He’s been through the 
same thing you have." 

With that, Ewbank passed 
the receiver over to Snell, the 
Jets’ fullback, whose achilles 
tendon was ripped last Oct. 4 
while he was running the ball 
against the Buffalo Bills. 

LEC. NO BOTHER 

"Hello, John, how you com¬ 
ing along?” Matt Snell asked. 

“Fair,” said Unitas, “but 
tell me, how do you feel?” 

“Great," Snell said. “I’m 
running now, playing handball 
and everything else. My leg 
doesn’t bother me at all. If 
someone told me six months 
ago I’d be playing handball 
now I’d have told him he was 
crazy.” 

“That makes me feel 
good," said Unitas, who suf¬ 
fered his accident four weeks 
ago. 

SHED THOUGHTS 

“You’ll be all right,” Snell 
assured him. “After the 
jlOCtpr tells you it’s oakay for 
you to go, then just get it out 
of your mind that you were monton Oil Kings play in Hie 
ever hurt at all, and go. The Western Canada League, which, 
important thing I found is to uri,il ,he f ,asl season, had not 
get it out of your mind." associated with the CAHA 

... .. .... !for several years because of 

Okay Anitas said You d „ ferinB age . limit eligibility 

■nrht fto Iznniu _ * 


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Little Hope Held 
Of Junior Final 


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BRANDON <CP> 

Dawson of Rivers, Man., presi¬ 
dent of the Canadian Amateur 
Hockey Association, says he is 
“not optimistic a national junior 
hockey final for the Memorial 


Earl adopted the maximum age of 
19. 

WCHL teams this year were 
allowed to carry four overage 
players. 

The eastern champion is to be 


He I 


Cup will be played this year decided in the best-of-seven 
despite a meeting next Wednes- j series between St. Catharines 
day in Toronto to discuss the!Black Hawks and Quebec Rent- 


issue. 

Dawson is to chair the 
meeting, at which representa¬ 
tives of the eastern and western 
champion teams are expected. 
Ron Butlin of Calgary. Western 
Canada Hockey League presi¬ 
dent, will also attend. 

The western champion Ed- 


parts now in progress. 


Hill Pulls Surprise 
With Formula Win 


,S I LVERSTONE. England 
<\P) — Graham Hill, former 
double world champion and 
oldest man in Grand Prix 
racing, won the Daily Express 


International Trophy Race 
Saturday, his first formula 
one victory since smashing 
both legs nearly two years 
ago. 


Nations Advance 
In Davis Cup Play 


The 42-year-old Hill, in a 
Brabham, finished third and 
first in the two-part race to 
score an over-all triumph on 
aggregate score. 

The victory confounded the 
experts who doubled the 
| British veteran would regain 
his nerve after his near-fatal 
crash in the United States 
Grand Prix in October, 1969. 

Second over-all was Peter 
Gethin of Britain in a Mc¬ 
Laren with Tim Schenken of 
Australia in a Brabham, 
third. 


By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 

Mexico moved into the semi¬ 
finals of the American zone- 
north section Davis Cup tennis 
competition Saturday by defeat¬ 
ing South Korea in the doubles 
at Mexico City. 


Uchatev downed Jurgen Ulrich 
and Jan Leschley of Denmark 
to give the Soviet Union an 
unbeatable 3-0 lead in the best- 
of-five series. 

Finland and France also 

grabbed 3-0 leads. Pekka 
Saeaeliae and George Berner of 
'J’he 6-2. 4-6. 6-3, 6-1 victory of Sweden downed Ireland 
Vicente Z a r a z u a and Paul Michael Hickey and Peter Jack- 

Ramirez over Chung Young Ho son, 6-0. 4-6. 13-11, 6-0. 

and Kim Sun- Bae. gave the France’s Francoia Jaufret and wt.™ his Ty^e|.Ford"hu^ 
Mexicans an unbeatabeM lead P,one Arthes downed Ove Q(( circult and crashcd 

•n the Itcst-offlve n»tch. , Bengtsstm and Hans Nerell ot , nt0 e#rth bamer , aft „ 

Mexico now will play Canada Sweden, 3-6, 15-1.5, 8-6, 7-5. . , chinl , 

, .i i on ii . ’ ’ „ , his throttle stuck open at loo 

In the section finals May 20-.ll In Euroi>ean zone B play, 

/"c* * • j .. , . miles an nour. 

jn Mexico City. Israel scored a first-round tn- 


Pedro Rodriguez of Mexico 
who duelled with Hill in a 
wheel to wheel battle, finished 
fourth in his BRM, having 
dropped back with a puncture 
just when it looked like he 
was going to win. 

Jackie Stewart, Scotland’s 
former world champion, who 
won the first leg, had a lucky 
escajie in the second pari 


ought ta know. 

Matt Snell should know 
about achilles tendons. He’s 
an expert on them simply 
because he researched the 
subject thoroughly and made 
it his business to speak with 
every professional athlete he 
could find who ever had the 
same injury. 

JUST TO PROS 

“I’m not counting ihcse so- 
called ‘Saturday players’ I’ve 
spoken to about this,” laughed 
Snell as he talked about his 
and Unitas’ injuries at his 
m i d t o w n restaurant, The 
Fifth Down. “I’m only refer¬ 
ring to fellows who make 
their living playing ball like 
I da 

“I spoke with Les Joseph- 
son (Los Angeles Rams), with 
Dave Robinson (Green Bay 
Packers) and with Art Powell 
who used to be with the 
Buffalo Bills and Oakland 
Raiders. Powell told me he 
tore his tendon and then 
played another four years. I 
talked with Dick Barnett 
(New York Knicks) twice. He 
told me not to worry. He said, 
‘Look Matt, you’re 29 and I 
was 32 when it happened to 
me. It’s all a state of mind, 
that’s all.’” 

“I was supposed to talk 
with Bobby Tolan when the 
Cincinnati Reds were in town 
but I didn’t get the chance. 
They told me he was a little 


rules. Eastern officials were not 
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WCHL teams until the league 


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In gaining his fifth victory, 
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two-length victory over Tar¬ 
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In other Davis Cup matches, 
the Soviet Union, Finland and 
France clinched quarter-final 
lierths in the European zone 
“A”. Israel also moved into the 
round of eight in the European 
zone ”B” by defeating Norway. 

Alex M e t r e v e 11 and Igor 


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1970 — 6,398 Members — 1971 Target, 6,550 


PRO PATRIA 

Branch No. 31 

•25 Courtney Street 
See.-Mgr. W. D. Crowder. 

384-7184 

President’s Message: 

Creeling* cumiade*. we are now four months into 1971 and I am 
pleased to ieporl that the various planned improvements Ur our 
Branch are almost completed The new r-arpel will be Installed 
in the main floor In a week or twu. At this time. I would like to 
thank all members and their guests for their continued support, 
which is much appreciated J. F. Lamport. 

Sports: 

The dart hoards and shuffleboard on the main floor have been 
re-lucatcd and the necessary lighting installed Come nut and 
enjoy a few games and try them out. 

Entertainment: 

The Centennial Dance held last April was a great success 
and a not Iter one is planned for the early tall A • Big Thank- 
You’ to rumiade Jim Douglas and his hard working com¬ 
mittee foi an eNceilent mb in the planning and tarrying out 
of this most enjoyatrle evenl The weekly entertainment* om- 
linue. dancing every KimIhv evening In Bert Humphieys 
Itand Thursday and Satuulay evenirigs the usual roncerts are 
held. 

Meiiihrrnhip: 

There are still a few 1971 cards to be picked up before JINK 15. 
Members aie also reminded to please inform the office of any 
change of addiesa; this Insures Ute continued delivery of their 
’Legion’ magazines to the new address. Finally. If It la not con¬ 
venient for any member to pick up his card, we suggest his dues 
be sent In and the office will then mail out the new card. 

NEXT GENERAL MEETING 

Tuesday, 11th May, • P.M. Sharp. 


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BRANCH No. 42 

Royal Canadian legion 
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President: E. Hornsby 

Sec.-Mgr.: H. A. Preece 

GENERAL MEETING 

Wednesday, May 19, S p.m. 

AUDITORIUM 

Members are Requested 
to attend. 

LAST CALL 

This is the last call for memlieia 
who have not picked up their 1971 
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have a lot to lose by nut renewing 
your membership. Don’t be a drop¬ 
out. Support your brand and the 
Legion. Renew your membership 
NOW. 

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, Wednesday, dune 2nd, 1971: 

Monthly DVA Night. Shuffleboard and 
Cribbage Tournaments. 


MEMBERSHIP: 


The Committee is pleased at the way 
members are paying their dues and pick¬ 
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members are reminded that June 15th is 
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We collect B.C. Hydro 
B.C. Tel, Munich Water bill*. 

Po.t Office la Building 


5.00 VALUE 


centre' 


SAFEWAY 


* 1.44 

Day Specials at Jsf! 
Town and Country SAFEWAY 


Side Bacon 

3-'1.44 


Sliced 

1-lb. pkg. .. 


Margarine 


An Excellent 
Spread 
3 lb. block 


2. s 1.44 


* m 

Flour 

20 & ‘1.44 


All PurjMise 

No. 1 
Quality 


—MUfinwn 

Fruit Drinks 

51.'1.44 


Apple, (irape 
or Orange 
48fl. oz. tin . 


Scotch Treat 


French Fries 

4f.r1.44 


Frosen, 

Heat and Servo. 
2-lb. bag_ 


U.S. Valencia 

Oranges 

12*'1.44 


Price* Effective Monday, May 10th 
IFEWAT 

WK RESERVE THE RICH f TO 1JMIT QUANTITIES 


SAFEWAY 


CARLTON CAROUSEL 


MEN’S and LADIES' 
2-Fieoe SUITS or 
2 Fair of SLACKS 

ONLY 


fe Town I OouRtry 
Store Only 


Insulated 
FIONIG BAGS 

Vinyl atroag and durable, dthne family 
tog. Keep* food and beverage* < 

hot or oold for hour*. 

Rng. Wanton Prteo I .to 


CHARCOAL BRIQUETS 

Clean, hotter, longer Ak AAA 

Inatlng, 10-lb. bag # I 

«eg. Woaton PHr* ton. ton tor I a™™ 

Woolen Hardwarn Department 


Home Workshop 

HARDY MAN TOOLS 

Large election screw driven, wrenches, 
aquerea, etc. Proven ft * A A A 
ffUiality. Iteg. Weolro A I Afl 
Prior 77« Hdk w foe ■ ■nTI 


Shop Early 
While Quantities 
Last! 


























































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SAFEWAY 


irine 

* 1.44 


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1.44 


lilt 


Fries 

* 1.44 


Incia 


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r QUANTITIES 


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VROUSEL 


Ladies’ 

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LACKS 

ONLY 


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Woofcv 


MONDAY IS 

144DAY 


he sale that beats all one-priced sale days! 


Ladies' Wear 


Luftian' T Shirt* Md Tuk Tty Polyeeter and 

ootton blend. Sleeveleta sooop neck. Aaeorted 
•olid shades. 4 ii 

Ref. Wootoo Price te M . I *99 

Ladles' T Skirls sad Tsak Tope Polyetter end 

ootton blend. Sleeveleu tooop neck. Assorted 
designs, stripes end prints. S.M.L 4 ii 

Reg. Wooleo Price l.iT . • *99 

Ladies' Half Blips Shadow proof. Non ding. 
Mini, pstits snd svsrsge. S.M.L. White, pink, 
mint, lilac, aqua, etc. 4 ii 

Reg. Wooleo Fries | Ji I *99 

Ladles- Bikini Paaty-Arnel, polka dot and 
prints. In multi oolore. S.M.L 4 4 4 A 

Reg. Wooleo Fries .72 9 for ■ 

ladies’ Full Klip Nylon tricot. Shadow panel, 
lace bodice. 32 to 40. White, pink, blue nude, 
lilac. 4 A A 

Iteg. Wooleo Price LIT I ■“9 

Ladle*’ Panties Shantung tricot. White, pink 
and blue. S.M.L. 4 4 A A 

Reg. Wooloo Price Jft £ for I *99 

I .adieu' Bras Adjustable stretch straps. Lace 
cup. 32A te 3SC. White, pink 4 1 A A 

and blue. Reg. Wooleo Price .M £ for I 
Ladle*’ short* -100% nylon stretch, fltitoh 
crease. White, navy, red, gold, green. 4 A A 
S.M.L,. Reg. Wooloo Price 1,§4 . I *99 

I^tdle*’ Cotton SUms — Preshrunk. Oolorfaat. 
Straight leg. Floral and prints in summer 
■hades. Size 10 to 16. 4 ii 

Reg. Wooleo Price l.M I •*•■1 

Junior and ledlee' Scooter Skirts-40% ootton 
and 20% rayon. Floral prints. In summer col* 
ors. 8 to 16. 4 A A 

Reg. Wooleo Price l.M I *99 

(•Iris’ Klim* -100% cotton. Zip|ter back. Prints 
and abatract designs. Flare leg. Summer 
shades. 7 to 14 AAA 

Reg. Wooleo Price I.WI I *9*4 

(Jlrln* T Hhlrt* Cotton. Short sleeves. Perma 
press. Strips and plains with trimming in red, 
navy, aqua, etc. 7 to 14. 4 ii 

Reg. Wooloe Price l.M I *<4*4 

Ulrla’ Terry Shorts — Terry stretch. Elastic 
waist and leg. Yellow, white, red and royal. 
Sizes 8 to 14. 4 ii 

Reg. Wooloo Price l.M .1 *99 

tilrl*' Jamatoao—100% nylon stretch. Elastic 
waist. Permanent stitch crease. Yellow, blue, 
navy and red. Sises 8 to 14. 4 A A 

Reg. Wooloe Price 1.17 I iW 

Junior lira and Bikini SoU-Antron with nylon. 
White, pink, skin, aqua and lima. J 


S.M.L. Reg. Woolcc Price l.tf 


Children's Wear 


Boy*’ Play Itarti Perma press. Elastic waist 
or % boxer waist. Stripes snd solid shades. 
4 to 6x. 4 A A 

Reg. Woolcc Price l.lf •... I *99 

Boy*' and Girls' Skirt* — Short sleeves. Nylon 
stretch. Crew neck. Stripes end solid shades. 

3 to fix. 9 i AA 

Reg. Wooloe Price Jft .. . £ fer I *99 

oirle’ Shorts — 100% nylon stretch. Elastic 
waist. Pink, aqua, green and yellow. 4 to fix. 
Reg. Wooleo 4 4 ii 

Girts' Skirt* and (taelettro -Bonded ootton skirt 
in stripes and ootton culottes in floral prints. 
« to fix. 4 ii 

Reg. Wooleo Price Lie I • < W 

Toddler Girls' 1 Pee. Short Set 100% knitted 
nylon. Matching T shirt and shorts. Green, 
blue, pink, yellow, etc. 2 to 4. AAA 

Reg. Wooloe Price i.si I *99 

Baby Plastic Paata Non irritating. • per pack¬ 
age. S.M.LXL 4 A A A 

Reg. Wooloe Price .M £ for I *99 

lafaata’ Bleeper* — Terry nyloo end ootton 
stretch. Snap front. Pink, aqua and 4 ii 
yellow. S.M.L. Reg. Woolcc PHoe l.M I *99 
Baby Rerelvlag BUaketa Flannelette. Nursery 
prints. White, mint, yellow, pink and blue. 
S"x40”. 4 4 AA 

Reg. Woolcc Price M ta hr I *99 


Hosiery - Accessories 


Ladtee' Oao Mae Paaty Woes Fite »' to »’•*’, 
Ik Iba to U0 lb* Beige and 4 4 ii 

•pice. Rag. Woolcc Price « Akr I *99 
Lad too' Nytoa* Seamless mash. Choose from 
two-way stretch lop or nude heel Beige end 
spice. Sises I to 11. £ 4 ii 

Beg. Wooleo Price I for .SS O for I »99 
Lad tea Oae Sl*e Kaaa Ml Sheer mesh end 
opaque mesh. Ideal for under pent suite Black 
wine, green and chocolate. 4 4 ii 

Bag. Wealce Prtoa .TS 9 fer ■ 

Girls' Bermuda Haea — 100% nylon stretch. 
White, navy, rad. iliac, aqua. Mizes ft te 8% 
and 7 to 1%. 4 4 ii 

Bag. Wooleo Prtca I pairs 1.M 9 for I •9 a t 
lautloa' and Glrta' Straight Haas-100% nylon. 
White, rad, navy and lilac. Sises M%, 7-8%. 
1 - 11 . 


bro wn , navy, beige. 7 to 

Rag. Wootoe Prtoa I pairs 


4.1.44 

nylon stretch. Green, 

*3 «1.44 


_ -100% nylon stretch. Brown, 

navy, beige, green. I to 10%. 4 4 A A 

Rag. Weetoe Prtoa | pairs 140 V toe l«W 


Men s & Boys Wear 


S.M.L 

Reg. Wooloe Price l.M . 

Men's l-Pnk Briefs—Easy washing, 
ton. White only. S.M.L. 

Rag. Wooleo Price i.n . 

Man's Drees Shirts—Lons sleeves 
sleeves. Ootton blends. Perms pr 
only. Sises 14 to 17. 


Men's Work Gtovea—Tougl 
fingers. One size fits ail. 


Men's Spar! Shirts — Long sleeves and short 
sleeves. Cotton blend. Preehrunk. Many color¬ 
ful shades, stripes end checks to choose from. 

1.44 

100% cot- 

1.44 

and short 
as. White 

1.44 

;h leather palm and 

Weoioe Price I.VT 1 ■ 44 

Men's Boxer Hhorto Washable. Many excit¬ 
ing colorful patterns to choose from S.M.LXL. 
Reg. Wooleo 4 4 A A 

Price .M each w for I •■HI 

Boy*' Denim Jean* Slim and flare leg. Pre¬ 
shrunk. Tough wearing. Sizes 8 to 18. 4 A A 
Reg. Wooleo Price l.M I *99 

Roy*' Hport Shirts—Short sleeves. Perma press 
Colorful spring shades of blue, gold, pink and 
green. Sizes • te 1ft. 4 iiI 

Reg. Wooleo Price l.M .... 1*99 

Boy*' Knit Sltlrto -Short sleeves. 100% terry 
ootton. Craw and V neck stylings. Many ooior- 
ful stripes and plain shade* to chooet from. 
S-M.L 4 ii 

Reg. Wooleo Price l.M I i*H4 

Boye' Fruit of the Loom (Mated BrtolS—50% 
Fortrel and 50% cotton. Comes in colors of 
blue, green snd gold. S.M.L 4 4 A A 

Reg. Woolea Price Jft seek .. .£ fer ■ 


Family Footwear 


MImoo' Simulated Deck Shoe* - Completely 
washable. White, navy, or light blue. Sizes 

Uto3 .A AA 

Rag. Weetoe Price 1JT 1*99 

Raya' Ht Cat B anning ft bans Colors of black 
or white. 4 A A 

Reg. Weetoe Price 1.M I • l H» 

Men's B asket b all M as* Black only. Broken 

1.44 

*t„. 5 u, ,h ~ slip ? ** 

Reg. Waelea Price 14ft ... ..... 1*99 

Ladtoe' Ma de to- Open toe. Sling back with 1” 
walking heel. Colors of brown or 4 A A 
white. Beg. Weetoe Prtoa LSI. I *99 

lutes' B a nning kheee By Cknveee, washable. 
Cushioned arch support white only 4 ii 
Rag- Weetoe Price l.M . I.W 


Reg. Weetoe Price lil 
Children's 


Jewellery Department 


Ladtoe' Vinyl dutch P urees Two styles avail¬ 
able in Mack or brown. 4 ji 

Reg. Weetoe Price I.M . I 

Leather BUlfeM-Men s or boys’ in tap around 
or flap stylet. All with coin pockets. 4 ii 

Reg. Wooleo Price l.M . I.** 

Fondue Fuel—lfi-oz. unbreakable plastic Jars. 
Clean burning and odorless. 4 4 ii 

Reg. Wooleo Price ftl to fer I 

Lamp OR—16 oz. unbreakable plastic Jars. 
Available in 3 delicate frag- 4 4 Ji 

ranees. Reg. Wooleo Price .M £ for I *99 
Pierced Earring*— Hoop, stud and drop type*, 
dainty stone set or tailored metal styles. 10K 
gold wires. 4 ii 

Reg. Wooleo Price l.M. Pair I *99 

Cuff Link and Tie Tac Met* Handsomely de¬ 
signed in stone set or tailored styles. AAA 
Reg. Wooleo Prim |.M. get . . I *■#■1 


Camera Department 


Traye—40 capacity Amber 
ys. Fits many popular elide 


Renan Pack (tamrtte Contains one C40 cas¬ 
sette and homie head cleaning 4 ii 

cassette Reg. Weetoe Prtoa 1.M I 
Uni venal glide 
colored slide treys, 
projector* or ideal for storage £' ’ 4 ii 
Reg. Wooloe Pries Aft 9 tor ■ «99 
Benue Pack 1" Reel 1200 ft. of recording tape 
on one 7" reel. Bonus of 3" reel. 375 ft. of tape 
included at no extra cost. 4 A A 

Reg. Woolen Price l.M ■ *99 

Type X Me g!c ubes The new flaaheube that 
needs no batteries. Fits all those new battery- 
leas cameras. 4 A.A 

Reg. Woolen P r i o n 141 ,1 ••W 

Bonne .1" Reel Pah Three 3" real tape in one 
bonus pek, 150 ft. of tape on each rani. Strom 
a estate tape base. 4 ii 

Rng. Woolce Price .M I 


Smoke Shop 


sorted colors and daaigr 
Rng. Woolea Prtoa Ul 
Meadew craft Petesry Aah 
Reg. Wooloe Prton Ml 
•—gto*see -to plastic a 
Reg. Woolen Prton 847 


Red Grille Special 


Meat Leaf Dinner —With mashed po- I 
tato, vegetable!, roU 4 4 ii I 

end ooffee . £ fer 1 iM I 


Garden Shop 


Iprett’e Lawn Bead - Canada No. 1, 1% iba. 

Kentucky Blue or 1% lbe. Spratt’s 4 ii 
mixture. Reg. Wooleo Price 1.77 ■ 

Fan Trellla — 7 ft. clear, wood construction. 
Ideal (or landscaping, beautifying your yard. 
Reg. Wooleo 4 ii 

Price 2.17 ■ •’HI 

i-Prong (Xiltivator Sturdy construction. Ideal 
for hard to get at places. Red in 4 id 
oolor. Reg. Woolen Price l.M - I «99 

Weed No More Liquid weed killer. kiUl dande¬ 
lions and other broad leaf weeds in the lawn, 
ifi-o*. 4 AA 

Reg. Wooleo Price 1.7ft .. ■ 

Organic liquid Fertiliser—Chooae from Rein¬ 
deer Maxi Crop or Fish Fertlizcr. Both are 
100% organic, %-gal. bottles. 4 ii 

Reg. Wooloo Price l.M I *99 

Wooleo Fertiliser-7-7 7 all purpose for Iawna, 
flowers, shrubs, trees, etc. 35-lb. beg. 4 ii 
Reg. Wooleo Price l.M ■ •““ 

lawn Ornament* — Plastic ornaments, 12” 
high with ground [>eg. Cute and colorful. Choose 
from rabbits, ducks, squirrels. 4 A A 

Reg. Wooleo Price l.M) I •““ 

Geraniums — Choose from a great selection of 
bedding geraniums. Mix or A 4 ii 

match. Rag. Wceleo Price 47 9 for I -99 

Double Petoalna, Begonia* and 1m patten*— 

Wide variety. Lots of new and different colore. 
Mix or match. 4 4 ii 

Rng. Wentoe Prior ^ hr leM 

Cedar Baskets 8 and 10’’ cedar baskets in 
octagon or wall design. 4 ii 

Reg. Wentoe Price i.m I »99 

Bark Mutoh—"Reindeer” Terra Mulch, an ex¬ 
cellent mulch for soil conditioning. Retards 
weeds, retains moisture. 2 cu. ft. 4 ii 

bag. Rag* Wentoe Price l.M) I *99 

Ptoxtbln Raknn -Lawn or shag rug rake comes 
in 2 slate, 14" er 16”. Ide^l for spring lawn or 
carpet raking. 4 ii 

Rag. Weetoe Price l.M I .W 

Ftower Ptaato-Choose from pansies, mari¬ 

golds, single petunias, snaps, Phlox, stocks, 
salvia, zinnias and many 4 4 AA 

more. Your Choice £ for I *99 

fttoer Manure— Weed-free. 40-lb. bag. 4 ii 
Rng. Wanton Price i.m . IiM 

Pruned fthmbo- R eady to plant Wide selec¬ 
tion to choose from. 4 4 Ji 

Reg. Wooleo Price .M each £ far I *99 


1.44 Day Feature 

Hhrult* Large selection of evergreen and 
flowering shrubs. Choose from Junipers, 
rhodos, azaleas, holly, etc 4 Am 

Reg. Wooleo Price l.M I *99 


Wooleo Drugs 


Unlaato Toolhpaato With M.F.P. 
cavities. , A 

Giant alas *♦ tub* 

Nexiema Dmie r aal—Your choice 
perapirant, 5 oc regular deodorant, i 
Feminine £ 

Dandruff treatment and 


fttick deodorant fc h 

Anna*In Tabtete For fait relief of 
pain. 200 tablets 

Ptortoul Room freshener and 4 

. O fo 


12-oz. bottle 

liters Write Toothpaste 
King else tube 
(tauten V Grid Tabtete 
ITs . 

VNaaute O— 
m mgm tabtete, Mi 


2 . 

2. 

2 . 

2. 


1.44 

1.44 

1.44 

1.44 

1.44 

1.44 

144 

1.44 


Floor Coverings 


/ajo tw __ 

skid foam backing. Red, blue, green cinnamon, 
gold, avocado. I8’’x27”. * 4 AA 

Reg. Wooloo Price 1.M I •“ 

Rainbow Mate—Attractively designed stripe 
cotton mate. Several colors to pick from. 
Approx. 24”x3fi”. 4 AA 

Reg. Wooleo Price 1.M . I«^ 

Ootton Roth get 2-pee. ootton bath set. kYinged 
all around. Blua, pink beige, green, gold. 
U"x30". 4 ii 

Reg. Wooleo Price l.M ■ 

(^urprt Mate -Cari»et remnant floor save mats. 
Many color* to choose from. Many usea in the 
home. Approx. 14”x27”. 4 4 A A 

Reg. Wooleo Price .(W O for I o^^ 

Vinyl Runnor—Non skid vinyl carpet runner 
with non skid back. Beige. 27 "xfiO". 4 ii 
Reg. Wooleo Price 1.1ft I 

Clear Plastic dented Carpet Runner — 27" 
wide. Heavy weight. 4 ii 

Reg. Wooleo Price lAft, lla. ft. I ^ 


Miscellaneous 


Magazine Rack—AU brass coated with divid¬ 
er in centre. Rubber tips for fumi- 4 ii 
ture protection. Reg, Wooleo Price I.M I •"“ 

Cricket Mtool*— 4 legs end seat all made of 
Maghogany and easily assembled. Ready for 
painting or varnishing. 4 ii 

Reg. Wooleo Price 2.M I 


Paint Department 


gave up to 117 <i on Telopar Patnte — Choose 
from 14 colors in Interior Latex, semigloee, or 
high gloss enamel. Also white oil or latex 
bouse paint. Grey floor enamel. 4 A A 
Reg. Wooleo Price 1.17 to l.tl qt. Qt. I ■*•4 

Mac Tac gelf Adhesive Vinyl—Save 24%. Many 
popular patterns including woodgrains. 
irx3 yds. - - - 

Reg. Wootoe Prtoa 141. pkf 

Wallpaiier—Save 
Washable. “ 
terns Rag. 


WKigi aiim. 

1.44 

•—Save up to 35%. Ready pasted. 

In many attract!vi pat- 4 ii 
f. Wootoe Prtoa IJi to 1.14. 


Sporting Goods - Toys 


Badminton Raquot — Profeoaional standard 
badminton raquet 4 A A 

Reg. Wooleo Price l.M ■ 

Bicycle Tlree — Popular sizes 20x13/8. 24x13/1, 
28x13/8, 28x1%, 24x1% Tlree. Some are red 
line models. 4 44 

Reg. Wootoo Price 141. I 

Bicycle Tubeo — Tubes to fit tire siaee 20x1%, 
24x1%, 24x1%, 24x1%, 24x1%. 4 4 44 

Reg. Wootoo Price ,M £ tor I e^9 

Gelf Rails — Hi power cut proof golf bells. 
Reg. Wootoe Price EM per dee. 4 A J 

% Dos. I«W 

n Ammo—Gevelot .22 longs rifle ammunition. 
Reg. Wootoo 4 4 44 

Price .»| £ for ■ e^t^ 

Red Holder—Curly rad holder with metal brae, 
ktts Reg. Weetoe 4 44 

Prton l.M I • l * a t 

gunsmer Teye—Consists of bug keepers, Fris- 
bees, Fun and sand set, Bat and ball set. 
Ail for summer fun. 4 4 4 4 

Bag. Weelee Price 4ft £ tor I •““ 

Maftdie Meft Doll soft outfit—For hours of fun 

for the small playtime mother. With up to date 
fashionable and oolorful clothing. 4 4 4 

Rag. Wootoe Price l.M I e** 

Oergi Jr. Bet-Hot whin wheels. Ail model* 
from around £ 4 4 4 

the world 9 ter 1 e99 

Diana Doll Fashlone-Pit* U%” teen-age doll. 
Latest styles. All smartly 4 ft 4 4 

designed £ fer l>M 

Base hull Glove Bet—For the beginner bane- 
ball player. Sturdy 4 4 4 4 

construction £ fer I *^^ 

Johnny Lightni ng (tare Be a champ. Raoe the 
winner Works on ell Johnny 4 4 4 4 

lightning kits. 9 tor I e44 

Mini Trucker H ee l B a t tery operated. Floats 
on water A fun toy for the tots. ft 4 4 

Reg. Weetoe Price Lift I e99 

Inflate Me Mattreeee* For hours of cool sum¬ 
mer fun at the beech. Red and blua. 4 4 4 
Rag. Weetoe Price l.7« I .W 

Inflaluhto Teye—To delight your youngster. 
Duelu, Mickey Mouse, and mure. CtJorfuT ani¬ 
mal friends. 4 4 4 4 

Reg. Wootoo Price Jft £ tor I e4* 

WhiMmea C l aee to e . Mo d Squad. Lassie, Hawaii 
Ftve-O and many man. 4 4 4 4 

Rag. Weetoe Price Jft £ tor 1*99 

Beach and Baud ftef-Goiorfui. Hour* of sum¬ 
mer fun. Beat, pail, fteoop and mere. 4 4 4 

Beg. Weetoe Price l.M. . I *99 

to RJFJf. R ssswto ■ ohotoe of the top 3t 
•engft m the chert. The beet 4 4 4 4 

of pope by toe top ertfete ... £ tor 1*99 


Candies - Cookies 


MM toe Oreem - VanllU, Strawberry 
etc. Ideal for picnics. 4 4 44 

lunches, etc. £ tor I *99 

Pick ‘N* Mix (taadtoa—An assortment of oan- 
diea each individually foil J j ^ 


— Liquorice Ailaorte—Engl— »„ 

at this very heat 2 lbs. weight. Ideal Hm 


wrapped for freshness 

at this very^beet"? 1 
ttoe, or snacks, etc. 


Dura* Geeklee — 2 lbs. Choose from Dares 
Cookie Jnr, ft varieties of plain i ‘ - 

assorted; or Dares Party 

Pack. Beg. Wootoo Prico_— 

Ntoloous Bagged Bars A delicious chocolate 
meting, great for lunches, snacks, or any- 

Rag. Weetoo Price .to a lb. 2 lbs. 1 *44 

Wbaels — Chocolate coated biscuits, 


t. Ideal for par- 

2^1.0 

one from Dares 

21X44 


WagM Wheel* — Chocolate coated biscuits, 
earii individually foil wrapped 4 4 4 4 

for freshness 9 for 1 .99 

Peek Freaa Rleoatte - Fresh and daiickxjs. 
Your choice of Honey Cream or Jem Wheels. 
Rag. Woo to* Prtoa “ 

• tor Jft, now 


Stationery Department 


Famlle Towel#—2 roll* per peck. The new mir¬ 
acle towel. Coral, white, and 4 144 

green. Rag. Wootoo Prtoa .«!. 9 for I *99 
Face lie Bathroom Tissue — 4 roils tier pack. 
Yellow, white end pink. 4 144 

Rag. Weetoo Price .« 9 for 1*99 

Jumbo Garbage Bag* — 2ft”x3ft". Ideal for 
workshop, home or use in storage end clean¬ 
ing. 25 to a paokage 4 4 44 

Reg. Weetoe Price U £ far I *99 

Ptoalc Plate*—32 ft" plates per peak. Ideal for 
outdoors, picnics or 4 4 44 

barbecues . 9 for 1.94 

ft t a t touery Notes—12 notes end envelopes per 
pek. In geometric, floral and scenic designs. 
lUg. Wentoe C 14 4 

Price l tor .M 9 for 1 *99 

•coif Napkins—Rainbow oolore. 180 per peck. 
Soft like cloth. 4 4 4 4 

Reg. Wooleo Price .M 9 for I *99 

Wallet*—Color* of red, green, blue, and brown. 
Choice of 3 different etylM. 4 1 44 

Reg. Weotoe Price .M £ for 1 e99 


Towels - Fabrics 


11" Diaper Pteaaelelte - White only ftoit and 
gentle. Reg. Wootoo Prico £ yds. 1 A A 

I yd*, for || 9 for I *99 

Printed Percales—36” wide. Assorted oolorful 
prints. Ideal for dresses, blouse*, etc. 

Reg. Weetoo 4 1 4 4 

Prico Jft yd. 9 for 1.99 

Plato Poplin — Assorted spring and summer 

color* to choose from. Ideal for sportswear. 

Rag. Wanton 4 yd*. 1 ii 

Prtoa Ji yd. . £ tor 1*99 

M" Plain Denim — Washable. Ideal for chii- 
dren's wear and sports wear. 1 44 

Reg. Weotoe Prtoa 1.71 yd. I *99 


Household Needs 


Plan* Mate MM lo • pek, 4 put- 4 4 4 

terns, 5 colors to choose from I *99 

Trideocent I Pee. Chip and Dip gat - Golden 
tone only. Ideal as a gift. 1 ii 

Rng. Weotoo Pries l.M I e99 

Tankard Ityla Raer Mnga — Gold color only. 
13-os. capacity. Ideal for the cottage, camp¬ 
ing parties, etc. £ 4 ii 

Rag. Wentoe Prtoa • fer JS 9 for I *99 
OetfMs Line Wtro-Vinyl routed. Blue in color, 
made to last 50 ft. length. 4 1 4 4 

Reg. Weetoo Prim Jft ..... £ fer 1*99 
l aund r y Dete rg ent heap — Lib. size. Gats all 
your clothes sparkling. 1 4 4 

Reg. Wooleo Price 1J7 . I *99 

W omebeld Ptoatfcwaro— Molded for durability, 
strong, and rustproof. A pleasing color accent. 
Gone lata of has to*, laundry baskets, pall, ate. 
Rag. Wrote* 4 4 4 4 

Prim Ji sack 9 for I .99 


Bedding • Draperies 


only. Bog. Wrote* 


lines 36”x70”. White 

.« 144 

Ptaetto Drapes - Many bright pattern* and 

colors to choose from. T2’’xtr\ 

2*. 1.44 

Window Shafts Trim — Fringe or pom-pom 
style. Self sticking. Decorative shades of Mack, 
white, pink, orange and “ 

Bag. Weetoe Prim I JS 
Wabesro COmfort Pillow Ittpa — White 
4Tx33". Made in Cbnada. ~ 


of Mock, 

1.44 

a - White onto. 

2*1.44 


Rath Toweto - Thick and thirsty. Assorted 
color* and patterns Large sine 4 ii 

Rag. Waato# Prtro 1 JS I *99 


Personal 

thro Karty White QuantRlo* Laat! 
Ootn Mondayh Friday 10 *•«"• to 10 P"«- 
0p#n • ajn. to 10 p-m. 

TowI^Id^ountry Shopping C*ntr* 

- gtr—t and Saanich 


Because We’re a Department Store... 

WE’VE GOT EVERYTHING YOU COULD WANT 

And Because We’re WovU'C 

YOUR SHOPPING COSTS YOU LESS! 


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Train Hits Di 
Engineer Hu 


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A winter of symphonic 
content has blossomed into a 
spring of disillusion and the 
fruit is atill to ripen. 

My p ersonal discontent 
began at the Victoria Sym¬ 
phony Society's Women! 
Committee reception when a 
couple of the symphony board 
went overhoard to tell me 
why I was dead wrong in 
questioning their efforts at 
running the organization. 

It was nurtured when sym¬ 
phony director Michael Man¬ 
ning wrote that I should 
become a guarantor of the 
symphony rather than spell¬ 
ing out my disoontent, and it 
was emphasized when I got a 
copy of a Canada Council 
bulletin on how to run com¬ 
munity arts organizations. 

The Canada Council bulletin 


sets it out as follows: “The 
traditional arts audience is an 
affluent one; at the present 
time representatives of this 
a u d i e nee overwhelmingly 
dominate arts boards.” 

That’s for sure. It is for 
this very reason the Victoria 
Symphony board is in trouble. 
It needs to be more repre¬ 
sentative of the community. 
The idea of a nominating 
committee getting up a slate 
of dead-certain-to-win candi¬ 
dates is qulta out of the 
contemporary context. 

The CC bulletin puts it this 
way. “If a wider spectrum 6f 
the population is to be sold on 
the arts, this same wider 
spectrum will have to find 
repreie ntation on arts 
boards.” 

We are faced with a 
situation here where there 
have been resignations of 


valuable people from our 
symphony board who did fill 
some of the need for a 
broader base of representa¬ 
tion. 

I was treated to a song of 
self-denial and devotion to 
duty by those who complained 
to me for my criticism, but if 
they have to cry about it why 
stay on the board? Self- 
sacrifice is what it's all 
about. 

The CC document also 
comes up with a brief but key 

phrase-"Success in the 

e xtraordinarily complicated 
field of the arts depends on 
the goodwill and mutual trust 
of all concerned.” 

I would suggest that this is 
not quite the case in the 
Victoria situation. There are 
members of the board who 
don’t feel this climate pre¬ 
vails. 


There are also sections 
detailing the responsibility of 
the board in its role as 
interpreter of the value of the 
organization to the com¬ 
munity. 

I would respectfully submit 
that if the best the board can 
do to inform its critics is to 
suggest they join the list of 
guarantors, then the board 
has failed in its role as 
interpreter of the organiza¬ 
tion’s role to the community. 

The brief also suggests that 
boards provide a medium for 
communication between the 
artist and the community. I 
would be extremely interested 
to know what has been done 
in this area. From personal 
conversation with two board 
members I got the idea that 
they would also like to know 
the same thing. 

TT>ere is no point in evading 


the question so here it ia — 
Will the symphony survive? 

This is not an alarmist 
viewpoint and I didn’t frame 
the question. It was done by a 
board member. 

It really is that serious and 
the problem is magnified not 
by failure as an artistic entity 
but by success. The Victoria 
Symphony Society has 
become a big business and it 
is going to need some help. 
There are some highly 
capable people ready and able 
to devote time to its affairs, 
but there aren’t enough. 

There Is no room on the 
board for people who collect 
spots on committees. The OC 
document sums that up well. 
"Action deferred maketh the 
organization sick.” We have 
deferred too long. 

The society has a broad 


base of community support. 
Every season-ticket holder is 
a member of the society. It 
has come to the point where 
just sitting and. listening may 
not be enough. The time is at 
hand when the general mem¬ 
bership will have to stand up 
and say what it wants abet 
offer to help by filling board 
positions. 

It would be interesting If 
the secretary put out a list 
showing how many meetings 
had been called and just bow 
many directors had attended. 

Unless there Is a. clear-cut 
plan and policy soon, the 
Victoria Symphony Society 
will be in serious trouble. The 
Canada Council sets it out. 
“The artist, proposes, the 
board disposes .. . then lets 
the artist get on with it." 

I didn’t dream it up. It’a all 
happening now. 


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its trophy Friday night at ia 
ceremony in Vancouver with 
the queen in attendance. 
President of the choir is Jim 
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moments I wont to be Sandra 
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She i*r of course, a multi¬ 
plicity. 

• Ernestine ... snort .. » 
snort ... of your telephone 
company. (“Have I reached 
the party to whom I am 
speaking?’’) 

• Mrs. Earbore, the very, 
very tasteful lady. ("There 
are millions of women who 
unconsciously rise from a 
chair that way.”) 

• Edith Anne, the ever-so- 
observant child who punctu¬ 
ates her observations with a 
raspberry. (“... and that’s 
the truth.”) 

• Suzie Sorority (“... of 
the silent majority . .. rah!") 

• And many more; some 
are known, while others are 
taking form inside her un¬ 
fathomable mind. 

Miss Tomlin joined the 
Laugh-In lineup in December, 
1969, following a series of 
commercials sparked by her 
brief association with the 
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record, because I’ve felt I’m 
too visual.” 

The album. This Is a 
Recording, was released re¬ 
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conjunction with Alexander 
Graham Bell’s birthday. 

“It’s all Ernestine; no one 
else. I do a history of the 
phone company, and talk 
about Bell. Ernestine calls 
lots of different people, people 
call her.” 

Although six writers pro¬ 
vided the routines, Miss Tom¬ 
lin did a substantial portion of 
the writing herself. 

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“It’s completely new ma¬ 
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they had a lot to say,” she 
•aid, explaining that 30-50 
telephone operators were a 
part of the audience of 200 
present for the record’s tap¬ 
ing. 

After Miss Tomlin's Laugh- 
In debut, several hundred 
telephone operators gathered 
locally for a special banquet 
In honor of Ernestine, who 
was awarded the group's 
newly-created Cracked Bell 
Trophy. 

The phone company, ac¬ 
cording to Miss Tomlin, was 
not amuse^ 

“The union people loved it 
because management was up¬ 
tight,” she said. "The phone 
company was upset at first — 
for like three weeks. But like 
any other big vulture they 
went with the wind and 
swooped down on it,” she 
added, alluding to a proposed 
commitment for several tele¬ 
phone commercials. 

Nerve Point 

“At first my reaction was I 
thought they had a lot of 
nerve. It’s that old thing; 
they’re enormously Insensi¬ 
tive. They just react any way 
they want and think they can 
have their way.” 

Miss Tomlin said she would 
like five-year-old Edith Anne 
to be the subject of her next 
album. Edith Anne, she 
allows, is her favorite char¬ 
acter. 

“I was so thrilled when the 
crew built that giant rocking 
chair for me," she said. “You 
can live and have a whole life 
on the rocking chair. Every¬ 
one should have an opportu¬ 
nity to be five years old. As 
Edith Anne I can have a dirty 
face and say anything I want 
to. I can tell the truth on 
anyone out there.” 

It’s difficult to tell just 
when Lily Tomlin is telling 
the truth, or, if you will, 
playing it straight. She smiles 
impishly while offering what 
seems like a serious com¬ 
ment, and lapses with ease 
into her various characteriza¬ 
tions. 

And there are times when 
you know she really has to be 
putting you on: 

“I’m so tired of being cute 
and winsome, and invariably 
I turn out to be. 

“Why don’t you ask me 
about all the big-timers in 
New York who were rude to 
me when I was a waitress? 

“No. Do what you want, 
please. I’d be the last person 
to try to influence what you 
write. 

A Blender? 

“And couldn’t you connect 
my name with something like, 
say a blender? Maybe some¬ 
one will send me one. And I 
need someone to fix the 
fireplace in my living room.” 

What lies ahead for Lily 
Tomlin? 

"I don’t know." she replied 
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Little Bit of Everything 


Corporation of the District of Saanich 


The McPherson Park band 
and choir from Burnaby visits 
Oak Bay Junior high Wednes¬ 
day with the Oak Bay Junior 
Scarlet band sharing the 
program. The latter, inci¬ 
dentally, return the call 
July 9. 

Friday, Junior instrumen¬ 
talists from Balmoral school 
in North Vancouver appear 
at Arbutus school: Arbutus 
having visited them May 6. 

Last — chronologically but 
certainly not artistically — 
the popular Butchart Buskers 
Band opens a new season at 
the Butchart Gardens Satur¬ 
day. Thereafter it plays .Sat¬ 
urday and Sunday from 1 to 
3 p.m. throughout the season. 


Contestants presently i n- 
clude a rock group, a rock- 
gospel group, a big band and 
a trio of girl singers from 
Port Albemi. 

Symphony director Laszio 
Gati and flutist Peng Horn are 
two of the Judges and the 
contest is sponsored by the 
B.C. Association of Broad¬ 
casters and the Centennial *71 
Committee. 

The top two turns proceed 
to Vancouver for the televised 
provincial finals In June and 
there are also prizes for the 
top three at both levels of 
The Island regional finals of competition. 
the Centennial Search for pas— ^ 
Talent take place May 16, also I ■■MM 
at the McPherson. I I 


The Theatre Guild produc¬ 
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tinues every evening through 
Saturday — 8:15 at the Lang- 
ham Court Theatre. 

But Friday, "another open¬ 
ing, another show" when 
Bastion Theatre presents the 
musical Lock Up Your 
Daughters. 

This is staged at the 
McPherson Playhouse through 
May 22 with curtain time at 8 
p.m. The director is Walter 
Burgess. 


By BERT BINNY 

Four or five bands, a stage 
comedy, a musical and a 
talent contest occupy the 
limelight in the immediate 
future. 

All but one of the bands 
represent.Junior high schools, 
and of these two are visitors 
from the Lower Mainland. 


A Friendly Reminder that 
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Greater Victoria's Only Municipal Golf Course 


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Monday—Cactus Flower 
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Wednesday — McPherson 
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International Violin Virtuoso 

TSUYOSHI TSUTSUMI 

Famous Japanese Cellist 

RONALD TURIN! 

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October 3-4 
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November 7-8 
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December 5-6 


1972— 

January 

February 


ORCHESTRAL CONCERT 
PAUL HORN QUINTET 

(Jazz Suite on the Mass Text) 

MASUKO USHIODA 

Fabulous Japanese Violinist 

CHITIRI HARP1 

Harp quartet. 

from the Soviet Union 

CHOIR AND SOLOISTS 

To be announced 


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EXTRAORDINARY CONCERTS 

irv 17 ™ E ROMEROS 

J Return by Public Demand 

iril 13 FIESTA MEXICANA 

Ballet and Folklore 


The BCAA World Travel Service 
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These Outstanding Soloists WiU Appear With The 

Victoria Symphony Orchestra 

Under Conductor 

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Season Ticket Holders Must Renew Their Present Seats By 

MAY 15TH, 1971 

On May 17th, all Seats Not Reserved will go on General Sale. 

If you have not held a Season Ticket before, check the advantages 
by contacting the 

Symphony Box Office—T. Eaton Co. Phone 382-7141 Loc. 313 
or The Victoria Symphony Office Phone 592-2449 


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Cost of Fame 


Victoria B.C., Sunday. May 9, 1971 



<«r 

Gardner 


Singer 

Killed 

CARDIFF. Wild (Reuter) 
— Singer Dickie Valentine 
and two musicians were killed 


2» S 


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Hardly Hoi Enough 

TOULOUSE, France (Renter) —The audience 
eked the entrance of a movie house here after 
Ing Hie Sex Life of Frankenstein. They said 

film was not as sexy as they expected. 


<): Why i« reluctant Oscar- 
winning George C. Scott so 
bitter about success? — 
Franklin M.. St. Louis. 

A: The cost of success, like 
everything else these days, is 
inflated. As Scott recently 
confessed to writer Tom 
Porter in Spain: “If I hadn’t 


found work as an actor, I 
would have hit one too many 
bars aad hit one two many 
guys and wound up with a 
knife sticking in my back.” 


Q: Is it true that Dick 
Oavett was a Shakespearean 



» THU VMTOHIA 


. • ENTERTAINMENT] 
•V<- GUIDE V- vi 


Bute hart Gardens presents “SPRINGTIME”. A flower 
show especially for Mother. Beautiful flowers, gorgeous 
gardens and “Mom” just seem to go together. Plan now! 
Make Mother’s Day her happiest! 

Developed from an abandoned cement quarry over 65 years 
ago, the gardens have become one of the most admired, 
most talked-about, written-about showplaces in the world. 
At a peak of spring loveliness never surpassed . . . you 
should see them now. Growing in grandeur year after 
year! Open every day 9 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. 

Time your visit to enjoy a delicious lunch or afternoon 
tea, served every day 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the Flower 
Restaurant. Continuous coffee bar service. Fascinating 
Seed and Gift Shop. 

Royal London Wax Museum presents an all new Museum. 
New location at Inner Harbour opposite Parliament Build¬ 
ings. Over 10,000 sq. ft. of display—135 Josephine Tussaud 
life size wax figures direct from London, England. 45 new 
scenes. Entertainment for the whole family. Open daily 
9 a.m. to 10 p.m. including Sundays. Phone 388-4461. 



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CONCERT 


FEATURING: 

* NEWPORT CHOIR — Bridge Over Troubled Water, 
Spinning Wheel, etc. 

* MEDFORD ORCHESTRA — Theme from Exodus, 
Theme from Love Story, et<\ 

* INTERLAKE JAZZ ENSEMBLE — Scarborough Fair, 
Second Time Around, etc. 

McPherson playhouse 

SUNDAY, MAY 23, 7:30 P.M. 

Adults: $1.00 Students and O.A.P.’s: 50e 

Tickets Now on Sale McPherson Playhouse Box Office. 
Phone 386 6121 


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actor? — Dona* Trevor, 

Oakland. 

A: Guilty — with an explan¬ 
ation. Cavett, as a youth, 
appeared in the asst of a 
Stratford, Gunn., company of 
The Merchant of Venice, 
starring Katharine Hepburn. 
His entire part consisted of 
one line: “Gentlemen, my 
master Antonio is at his 
house and desires to speak 
with you both.’* 

□ 

Q: Wasn’t sexy movie 
actress Jean Seberg coce 
secretly married to Otto 
Preminger? — M. B. 0„ 

Clinton. Iowa. 

A: No. Miss Seberg was 
Preminger’s protegee, not his 
wife. When Jean was onfy 17, 
Preminger saw her perched 
on a soda fountain stool in her 
father’s drugstore in Mar¬ 
shalltown, Iowa. Smitten, he 
cast the unknown beauty as 
the lead in George Bernard 
Shaw’s Saint Joan. No ice¬ 
berg, Miss Seberg married 
and divorced twice. No. I 
was Francois Moreuil. « 
French lawyer; No. 2 was 
author- diplomat Remain 
Gary. 

□ 

Q: William Bendix wasn't 
the only comedian who played 
Riley in “The Life of Riley" 
— but I forget who else did. 
Do you remember? — Reto r t 
Chandler. Midwest City. OUa. 

A: It was the unforgettable 
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= 1111 SUMMER COURSES = 

Intensive training fnr Elementary. — 


July 5 to Joly 84 
For details SK-7421 
311111111111111111111. 


* The 41-year-old crooner. 

Jackie Gleason - who's been tesur down New York City ” who rose from theatre call-boy 
living the life of Riley ever Mrs. Paul Newman asserts, to become one of Britain’s top 
since. Although Benda “and make it a park; no cars, singing stars, was returning 
created the character an radio no tin cans, no cigarettes — to his hotel here after per- 
and played it tor seven yean. noUw* but people !* forming at a nightclub in 

the part was gi v en to Glen ton _ nearby Caerphilly, 

when it went on IV. When U 

Jackie didn't relish the role. I rend ■ revealtog 

reclaimed it and be- observation on war uttered by 
came Riley agnto. on TV. tor Amenta's most decanted 
another seven yean. ***** of toe Second Worid 

q War. Audie Murphy Since k 

«:I read that Woody “t.'VSJToSS! 

Alien's new movie. Bananas. 1 

«« fiim*<i Ml Pwrin Rim «f Vietnam war. could 


that many in Puerto Rico? — 

Rickard O’Brien. Bronx. X.Y. A: ** *** ~ " so “V" 
A: They didn't- But the - h« many md i pognant 
Inventive Alton didn't face any ^ g mor> *> bu t ttas 

hair over toe problem. Says may be toe jpote to winch 
be just had Si beards shipped ' “ **** * 

from New York and cast SD O" 1 . 1*^ ** *- n ***** 

civilians in the roles. something from you. and it 

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enchanted with the Big C5ty 
What does she say about it? 


that cities, as a way of life, 
are doomed. “They should 


Juliet’s 

Romeo 

Black 


LONDON I Reuter • — A 

black actor will play Romeo 
lo the Jubet of South African- 
born actress Hilary Jermer 
when Shakespeare's classic 

throtre later this month. 

The actor is Wythe Long- 
more, who came to En glan d 
from Kingston. Ja m ai c a. IB 


moved So Rhodesia at the age 
of two. 

When she mas 17, Mbs 
Jeoner and her parents came 
to England because they 
disagreed with Rhodesia's 


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Gayle Hwmicutt 


"Marlowe” 


Carrol O'Connor 

Rita Moreno _° Dlor 


Producer Anthony Rush- 


Juliet added poignancy to the 
plight of Shakespeare's 


Dynamite Plant 
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TODAY — 23* PJL 

This Week—LA BONEME 

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LAST 3 DAYS 

DUSTIN HOFFMAN 
CHIEF 

BAR 8E0RSE 

'IITTIE 
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CAPITOL 


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-Hereto* - VWmh bmUItty mmi 

wm m.” —EC. Director 

Sunday Doors — S p.m. 
Feature at 3:14. 6:00. 9:44 
Monday 6:34 and 4 p.m. 



Napoleon meets Wellington... at 

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t • PAXAVWUON • A PARAMOUNT PK'TI RE 

Sunday at 8:34, 4:44, 6:50. 4:14; Monday 1:80, 4:00, 6:34,. 

_ 9:45. Go lden Age 50c to 5 p.m. 

For Special Student Matinee 
(■roup Kate* of 80 or more 
6 mooch to*- m-vu Phone Mr. Cave at 383-8711 


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« MAY 17 •“ 

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At 8:14. ; 

6:66. 9:34 

A 30 year old man. in a coma since birth, 
is awakened by a breakthrough brain operation 
with the mind of a baby and the desires ot a man «, 

Terence Stamp • Robert Vaughn 


ODEON 1 


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STEPHEN LOWE 
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20 4«ilo f M Victoria, B.C, Sunday, May 9, 1971 


Tuesday^‘Woodward's 149 sale Day 


Only FM 


STORE HOURS! 

9:30 to 6 P.M. 

CLOSED MONDAY 


carefully i 


SM h Woodward's Regular DlpelmiiL... No Substandeeds or Factor y Rejects 

WOODWARD'S GREAT ONE PRICE SALE DAY 

i in practical merchandise for your everyday needs. The bargains on this page have been 
to help you save, and there are many other 'Not Advertised 4 specials throughout the store 


AMPLE FREE 
PARKING 


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OFTEN COPIED - NEVER EQUALLED - WOODWARD’S, THE ORIGINAL 1.49 DAY 


DRAPERIES 


DECORATOR CUSHION*— 

Colorful decorator cushions. Each 
a**' COLORED BURLAP—Decoiattv* tot 
summer collage or basement rooms 
U" C OTTON PRIMS— 

W ide chute# of colors, pattern* Yard 
41" PRINT* .AND PLAIN*—Coltons. noons, 
antique satins. Wide color choice Yard 
DO BBT PRIM*—Washable cotton. 

Ideal for kitchen curtains 
11" SATEEN LINING— 

Far drapes. Ecru or white 
44” HXKKI.D DACRON— 

Washable, drip-dry Assorted colors .. 

RAYON MAROCMTTG FANFXS— 

Washable rayon. White. 42”xta”. Each . 

I-BEAM TRACK—Two 4-ft. lengths complete 

'vtth all the fitting*. No deliveries. Each - 

PLEATER KITH—Easy to use pleater kits 

with tape and hooks Each -... 

48” TAPESTRY— 

Ideal tor re-upholstery. Yard . . 

SHOWER AND WINDOW CURTAINS—Washable 

lent* colors. 4 ifi 

Shower, each I Window 


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SPORTING GOODS 


BICYCLE TIRES— 

30x1 H. 31x1*'.. 3tocl»«. SfcslVi. Eath 

1.49 

BICYCLE TUBBS— 

3Uxl*i. 34xlS. 38xlH. 38x1* 

2 tor 1.49 

GOLF llALLS—Canadian made by Campbell 

Tough, hard shell 

4 tor 1.49 

TOTE OR SHOPPING BAGS— 

Large capacity, full rtpper 

1 LAAHUGHT— 

1.49 

1.49 

Eveready" flashlight complete "ilh bauene* 

PLASTIC TAR PS*— 

Heavy gauge plasUc. 8 ft. by 12 ft 

1.49 

TENNIS BALLS— 
lueal for summer fun 

4 tor 1.49 

RUBBER SOFTBALLS— 

By Spalding. Great lor family fun 

1.49 

BICYCLE ru n PS- 

strong metal floor pump* 

M9 

GOLF CAP»— 

.Assorted sizes and colours - -- 

1.49 


FLOOR COVERINGS 


JtLBBER STAIR TREADS- _ A 

Black. Moulded and corrugated Appro* .... ^ 

PATCH MATS—From braadtoom ends Ready ‘ 

Wide choice of colors and \vea\es Approx. IT x3T . Each 

4 OTTON BATH MATS—Foam base. Non-slip. 

Assorted colors 17"x2r. Each . - — 

<(HO DOOR MATS—Closely woven bmsn mle. 
bound edges. 16'xCT’ (approx.) Eacn 

a POT-OFF— 

Fist spot-cleaning rugs Aerosol spray - - — 

VINY'L KITTHLN MAT—Ribbed tread sortace. 

Assorted color*, patterns. Approx. l&”x3C’. Each 

IL’TE CARPET RUN VER—Tightly vwtn. reiembk. 4 1 

Green. tu:-qU'<ibe. gold. red. App«v\. 27” wide ■ 2 

-WELCOME" Kl BULK DOOR MIT- 

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WOOL AND ART NEEDLEWORK 

Also silk and wooL 

41.149 
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patterns Oxacr of 

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_ 5 nr 1.49 

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woodsom A BARF YARN—3-ply nylon, reaforced. 
White, pastels. 

Approx. l-oz. balls 

WOODSONIA WHISPER NYLON—3-PO 100*. BJlon. 
Assorted colors l-oz. balls 

WESTERN LM^e WOOL—4-pi>. knits to aU worsted 

:>S high-fashion colors 
Approx, l-oz. balls 

THU NDEKBIRD INDIAN STY LE ROOL-<5hmx 

esustant. Plain wades and marl. Approx. 4-ua. sxen 

DO.MLNO CROCHET < OTTO N— 

White or ecru. Sizes 10. tW and S» 

Tt ooifnONI% nPOKT* YARN—Machine washaoie aa 

dryable. Good color range. Approx, l-oz. ball .- 

WHITE OAK—t-piy fingering- Brdish import- 
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WOODWARD'S 4-PLY AURORA— 

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MAGIC TOUC H PHOTO ALBUMS—No need far dicky gtna or eorae^ 
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(OMPACT GADGET BAGH—For protecting camera*. Resigned 4 IQ 
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DIAL 8 SPLICER— For super 8 or 1 40 

. rgular 8 movies. WHh sample tapes. Kacn .. ■ ■”4» 


WATCH ORACELETS 


EXPANSION' BRAt M.LT>—Men's, 
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TOBACCO 


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Brass hanjed - ^^ ***•• 9 MQ u»e cast tvuplingx. - I iM9 tamping, etc 

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LVFANTW T-MIIRTN— Plain, stripes or tancy m 4 JQ 

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LINGERIE AND FOUNDATIONS 

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NYUFN TRICOT BRIEF* OB BIKINI* O. 1 4 0 

n,ui.- leg White and aseoited. S.M.L. w tor I •“ *J 

OAEBMAE BRIEF* OR PAN TIE*- 0^1 40 

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nylon HALT SLIPS—Fancy or tailored. 1 40 

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BRA-KIN I—One «ze. 1 4 Q 

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BKASMKRIH-Fibertill bandeau style with Uce cups, 4 JQ 

cotton side*. Stretch strap*. White 32-38. Each . I itW 

(OTTON BRASMEKSF—J-Ntreteh sections, embroidered trim. 4 JQ 

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• \<y* tricoC White 32A^SC. Each . I ■"•U 

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LADIES’ AND CHILDREN’S 


LADIES’ SNEAKERS— 

In a rainbow of summer color* Pair 
LADIES' STRETCHY’ MOCCASINS 
Great tor indoors or outdoors. 
LADIF*' TFKRY MfI.ES— 

Careiree for summer weal' 

LADIES’ Vim MIU-V 
Bine «• white. 

I HILDREVS KI'NNKKS 
Ideal for holiday romping. 

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SHOES 
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Woodward's Shoe llepi.. Main Fluor 


HOSIERY AND ACCESSORIES 

2 pur 1 ,49 
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1 


nuounoMi p.(*Ti Host: 

All sheer or relnfoi-ced pant portion. S.M.L.. XL. 

SI PPORT h«nf, 

Vylon and lyxn-a. Ideal tor leg latique. Pair 

l MB BELLAS 

Sturdy frames, plain or printed oovers. Each 

CHAIN BEL Is 

Ideal tor accenting dresses, blouse# or sweaters 
PRINTED (SCARF* 

Wide choice of colors and prints. 

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G>x<d asrtoiinu-nt of style* and size*. Each 

Woodward'* Hosiery and Accessories, Mala Floor 

COSTUME JEWELLERY 

CHOKER*. SLAVE NECKLET*. DOG COLLAR*-All the newest styles 
deluding the velvet band with simulated cameos. 4 a q 

*uede and chain. Eacli _ . | ,49 

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*nd hoops, gold and silver color, pearl and many (Aiiers. Pair I a49 
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simulated peai'l. others with bnlllant stones. £ for I a 49 

CUP FAHHINGH—Long drops, Hmall button*, hoops and many other*, 
sew sprtng ccdo: s, peail, gold or j% 4 4 A 

silver colors. fc for 1.4 ^5 

CHAIN* AND BFJADED HOPES— Long chains In gold and sliver 4 JQ 
coiui’ and an a.s**jnnwnl oi Itmg mpev In many r<>tuni. Lad) I i 4 v 

HuodMinl'i lowGllery, Main Flonr 




BOYS’ WEAR 


1.49 


WOODSOM.A SPORT SHIRT*—Short sleeved, permanent piese 4 JQ 
cotton Polyester blend. Plains, stripes. Blue, green gold. 8-16. I iHD 
woodson i a KNIT SHIRT*—Permanent pres* cotton-polyester mesh knit. 
Regular collar, mock or V-neck styles with contrasting trim. 4 JQ 

Sliort sleevea Gold, green, blue. 4-16. . .. I ■ < #9 

McGREGOK TERRY SOCK*—Stretch, comfortable cotton-nylun blerxl. 
Plain while, gold, ginger, brick, plum or blue. 9 140 

7-a and a-li. Q pair I a H9 

MeGKEGOK NYLON SOCKS-10u r o o>ion in cable stitch. Plain navy, 

green, royal, coffee, gold or plum. 9 1 4 Q 

Stretch »ize» 7-» and 8 -LL £ pair I >49 

WOODsONIA C.ASIAL PANTS—All coUon in *Uipefl. Assorted 

color combinations. Half-boxer style. 4-6. Pan- .. 

BOYS’ WHITE COTTON BRIEF* 9 1 4A 

Good quality cotton. Sizes Xz>, S.M.L., XL. *9 for I a 4 9 

WOODSONIA PYJAMAS—Cotton broadcloth In stripes and 1 4A 

all-over patterns. Ked. blue, brown or grey. 4-16. . .. | ,49 

WOODSON LA COLORED BRIEFS— Fortre I'-cotton knit A 4 A A 

Blue, gold or green. Size* 4-1&. XS to XL. .. & tor I e49 

WOODSONIA SHORT PANT*-Rider style all cotton pants In 4 4A 

bright stripes . . . blues, browns, green. 8-16. .. | ,49 

TERRY KNIT SHIRTS—Ci ew neck 100°» cotton or v-neck 4 A A 

cotton and nylon. Assorted colours. 8-16. Each .. | a tf9 

SWIM TRI XKH—Trim-fitting ela*tlcized fabric. Short leg style 4 A A 
Wide color range. 4-6X and S..M L for H-18. Eac*h | «49 

WimhI ward’s Boys’ Wear, Alain Floor 


MEITS FURNISHINGS 

IIEP* OR Vtt»-flF4 cotton 5F. KortrK 

•Machine washable, flat seams. 9 _1 JQ 

Assorted cokua S.M.L . .— fc tor ■ 

WOODSONIA BOXER HHORTK—Pre-sr.runk cotton, 9 4 JQ 

clastic waist Assorted patterns. S.M.L XL Wm for ■ 
WOODSONIA T-SHIRT*—combed white cotton, nykn rrtttorcrf 
ne<(kband. taped shoulder seams, A 1 JQ 

intorluck toll*. S.M.L » tor ia^w 

WOODHONIA ANKU. frtRBH—100‘. n>'ton or wool Weni G«4 
color choice. A 1 JB 

unt size fit*. 10 - 1 .’ fc tor • aA® 

WooimoNFA HPORT bock* Ankle length. A 1 JQ 

assoi-ted colors. Stretch size* UI-12 tor ■ ilR 

EAECLTIAL SOCK*—overAhe-calf lengtn. 9 4 JQ 

Assorted colors. Stretch size* lu-12 ,-—... fc tor ■ «^V 

FLEECE-UNED (SWEAT NHIRT*— 1 JQ 

Crew neck, short sleeve* S..M.L. XL --- ■ **• w 

WOODSONIA HANDKERCHIEF*- O 1 4Q 

Fine cotton, hem-stitched edges --—— O tor I 

WORK SOCKS- 8 -lb. weight, reinforced hart A 1 JQ 

and toe. Sizes 10-12 . ... . C tor la^9 

YTXY'L RAINCOAT*- 1 JQ 

Smokey shade. 8.M.L. XL. Each ...la^« 

VINYL RAINMJIT*—Pants, Jackets and 4 JQ 

detachable liood. safety otange. Set ...1 tld 

TERRY BEACH HAT*-All cotton, plain colour* 9 4 JQ 

at red. blue, white and orange. Sizes S.M.L. b tor I 


MEN’S AND BOYS’ SHOES 

RUNNING MHMDK—Molded rubber solaa. 1 1 

cushioned Intojes. canvas uppeis. 

BUMMER SANTJAL*—Soft viajl strap style. 4 , 

Brown padded insoles .... ... ..— 1^ 

AVERTED MENU MJPPFJto- 1 J 

-WMdward * Man * and Baa's Wnn. Marti I 




DRESS FABRICS 

sports and playtime fashions. 1 H ynrds I ■fg 
4 i- v.l.p. PRINT*—Smartly styled sports cotton 
pants- Perfect tor casual and campus 4 JQ 

fazhams. Yard .—.— Be^W 

(i- LC'rTRA JERSEY—Polyester and arnrt blend 
wet took Jersey. Drip dry no iron tor 140 

easy care fasntons. Yard .— Ba^** 

«y TRDPfCAN.A LINEN—Popular poiyetter blejid 
linen-lock” plains. For sport* and career 4 IQ 
gabions. Yard 1 

«i- POLY PRF-V* PRINT* Polyester and avr.1 
viend ports in bright bold colors 1 40 

JS' M AHARfNE RROA1KLOIM - Popular flTOily 
woven cottoo brwdctotn Wide 9 _ I JQ 

ange of colors. fc yards la"V« 

tr- wHEA-ni LINING-Fine quality ad-purpeae Ito- 
ini . WVie rouge of basic DIA . 1 AO 
and taAlon odors. . fc/rtyartto ■ 

JT* PLAY WEAR DltK-Co-ord-nating prints and 
plains .calmed In this rugged k«g 

__1'/*>«a»1.49 

ly PUUK PRINT*—Bright bold cotton print* 
xtyied to suit the most discriminating. ^ ^0 

■jg~ WTNN81LL—NY1DN PRINTS— 

Ideal (<F summer sports and career 4 JQ 

fXrtuons. Yard .—.-— 1 

rr nylon OTAIB-Softiy dmmng nytoo with 
tnm-uut designs tor party and after-nve 4 JQ 

fetMoit Yard . —-—-- IrYv 

vr CAPRI PRINT*- Popular semi-sheer easy rara 
Fortrel and cottoo blend. Perfect tor spring-lnto 

SST ■*“" “ ) .... 1'/4,«o.149 

Wuudward - Fabric Dr*., Grad F tow 

AUTO ACCESSORIES 

I.VwPACIION LAMP—Plugs into lg-vott 4 JQ 
bghaer. Ka.fi ~ 1 

WEDGE CIKHFON 4 JQ 

Foam filled. IS OS'. Each ....I 

SOCKET JJBT— 1 40 

IS sockets, ratchet and L handles, Set - I tHD 

Oil tanned. Each-- 1.49 

KOOL CCKTDON— 4 JQ 

Coll springs allow air to circulate. Each .. I .43 
TRAVEL KUfT BAG—Ideal tor vacations 4 JQ 

ahead. Sturdy vinyl. Each ..1.49 

TURTLE WAX—Liquid or cream wax 4 JQ 

with prdtailing doth. Each .. I >49 

MAGNETIC FLAADUGHT- 4 JQ 

With 2 Ever-ready batterto* Each --■ a*fto 

FLOOR MAI*- 1^1 JQ 

y.r car or bea. ....- mm tor ■ a^to 

*.TJT. G Ah ADDITIVE- 4 4 4 Q 

hr.prose* performance ... £ tor 1*43 

LMEXCS FRAMES- 4 JQ 

'Pretoria. City «J Gat dens’. Eaart- 1-49 

At TO MOP-Duat absorbing, rtaana, 4 JQ 

polishew protects. Bach . I a^to 

sTFARING WHEEL COVER-- 9 4 JQ 

Smooth grip, stretch OL Each £ hr I ^9 

TBOCBLE IJGHT 4 JQ 

IV cord wRh swRrtL Earn .. 1.49 


1.49 

1.49 

1.49 

1.49 

1.49 


APPLIANCE 
ACCESSORIES 

CHUJIREN’S 1.1* RFXONDS 2 Ax 

RECORD CARRYING CAKE—Holds 
futy "to" KPM’a F^<h 
WIRE RECORD RAt K>— 

Each ... 

KFIORDING TAPE—1200 fl 

individual box. Each _ ... _ 

CHANNEL MASTER RABBIT FAB*- 

Each.. 

( HILDREN* “4.7’ KPMV 4 |A 1 4 A 
!u dLIfei eat titles Pkg. of IU for 1149 

1 se lisciTTtv- 4 4 A 

Fach .... 1.49 

VACTTM RYGK — Genuine Eureka, Lewyl 01 
Hoover vacuum 9 1 4A 

bag* £ pkgs. I .*19 

Woodward’* Re«-ord Bar. Vroad Fkmr 


HOUSEWARES 

BAKBECLE TOOL SET—1 Pee. long handled set 
Includes tongs, fork and 4 A Q 

spatula- Set . .. I .*19 

ALI MINIM COOKWARE-Cholce of 4 Aft 

saucepan, tea kettle. Each _I .*19 

PATIO TABLE*—Buy several for patio 4 4 A 

and garden. Detachable legs. Each _ I .*19 

TV TABLE*— King-size enamel finish, 4 4 A 

a<»jrted patterns. Each _ I .*#9 

ENAMEL COOKW.ARE—Popular avocado, choice of 
co .eied saucepan, covered Windsor 1 4 A 
pot. double boiler. Each I .*19 

VINE- KALCEPAN KET-Froro Italy. 4 JQ 
A.amltium saucepans. 4-pce. set I .*#9 

eight ULDSEN Canadian made 4UW . fin\\ 

iT fr ““ J .10^1.49 

kitchen NET—Colorful set Includes drain 4 A Q 
tray, dish drainer, cutlery tray.v^pce. Kt I e*!to 

IRONING BOARD FAD AND COVER- 4 iA 

CLEANING AIDE—Choice of corn broom. 4 JQ 

soft svtsep broom. Each —.. I •YO 

W.AMTE BASKET SET — Good quality washable 
plastic. Decorator colors. One large and 4 JQ 

one smell- Both tor —. 

< OY'EKED BOASTER—Blue enamel oral 4 JQ 

roaster complete with cover. I *tfl 

PLAKTMJ HOIKEWAREK—Selection Includes swing- 
top waste basket, laundry basket, 4 JQ 

garbage can. Each .. I 

plastic PAILK—Heavy duty palls 9 4 JQ 

in g>jod assortment of color* — Q for I a*f to 
loo BEATER*—Stainless beeter* 4 JQ 

sturdy, nylon gears. Each... I a 1 #to 

FOOD KEEPER KET-Includes 8 only 54 pz. aw! 
1 only 94 uz. see-thru containers with 4 JQ 

screw top lid* Set . I •‘19 

MINI IRONING BOARD—Ideal tor small 4 JQ 
Hem* Complete with padded covet. -... | .*49 
4 -PIE. COVERED BOWL RET-DuraU* 1 JQ 

plastic with snap-Ute cover* Sat . I *49 

DOABLE TIRNTABLE—Handy two-level revolving 
lazy suaan, ideal for clipboard* fridge, 4 JQ 
table Each _ I .*#9 


TOYS 


iA. riii uriAlf— 

«i/sc.rbenl llttor. A must for HP 
aU cat owner*. £to 


KEFILLABLE PHOTO ALBUM— 

The one-touch refill able extension post style... 

ONE-TOUCH ALBUM REFILL 

Package of 8 a ..... . .. 

PLAYING CARDS— 

Double deck plastic coated with picture back... 

BM’K LINED HWFXOPEK- No 8 cheque Size fOi 9 

home and office. 1XKJ emelopm per park.. 2 

GIANT WRITING PAD* ‘ j 

Large economy writing pad* ....Q 

GIANT REFTLIH— 8 V;vLl” standard 3 hole looseieaf 9 

paper. Narrow, college, wide and plain ruled.C 

WOODWARD'S ASSIGNMENT COVER*—Holds standard 9 

3 ho1 * tPsxll" looseieaf paper. 7 assorted color* .2 

BOND TYPING PAPER—Fine bond letter size 9 

for school or office. 230 sheets.. .. Q 

YELLOW SECOND SHEETS—For practice typing er 9 

scratch paper. 500 sheet* . . £ 

VENTS BALL PEN*- "• 

For school, home or office. Package of tl 
G ARMENT BAG- 

With quilted front and top panels ST"' ionr 
SHOE BAG- 

Hubberlzed shoe bag. la pockets _ . 

IRON PAD SET- 

One ironing board pad and one silicone cover 
PINKING SHEER* 

Fen- all your sewing needs.;. 

Woodward’s Stationery 


HIGH FLYING KITE*—Durable, easy to fly kites 
inode by Furnas leading kite maker. 4 A ft 
Attractive butterfly or plane design. Each 1 *49 

" 1, l FEKTON” BATON—Glowing baton as seen on 
TV Precision balanced. Approved by JT i ^ 

N.B.T.A. Each .... . .. 1.49 

BATIEHY OPERATED BOATS-Cllssy little cabin 
cruiser or racing boat with powerful 4 a ft 

battei-y motor. Each . 1«4 9 

4-PCE. GARDEN SET-For your little gatdene. 
stuiniy »lio\el. rake, hoe, bamboo lawn 4 Atk 

Set 1.49 

MAGNETIC BOARD—Complete with your a m A 

choice of numbers or letters I ,49 

maiahbox toy* 

and trucks. 

( 0 J/>R1NG BOORS Good selection of coloring 
and other activity 4 Has 

^ O tor 1 .49 

I AsHION DOLL (LdFTHFNr-Styllsh fashion* to fit 
popular 1J ■ dolls *uch as Bari>ir, 9 4 4 A 

Stacey, Julia. Muddle Mod. etc. C for 1.49 

Woodward’. Toy* Mala Flour 


PET DEPT. SPECIAL 


4^1.49 


i”,7„. w«wy 

lb. bag 1.49 

Woodward'* Prt Dept.. Mala Flsor 


CHINA AND GIFTWARE 

WOODEN WAKE- 1 JO 

Atti active assorted piece.*. Eacn .. I .*♦ 9 

SALAD BOWL AND SERVER*- 4 a ft 

Woven Tam*n Wooden a are Set I o49 

CENTENNIAL ASHTRAY*—Set of 4. 4 d ft 

Smartly boxed. Great souvenir gift. Set | .49 

FLATW AKE-Stainiess steel In the “Falling Leaves ' 
pattern. Various units to choose 4 A A 

from. Untt . 1.49 

TUMBLER*—Assoited colors In sparkling glass, 
beverage ware. Ideal for Indoor •J 4 JQ 
and patio entertaining. Any . I for I Ht9 

CUP AND SAUCER—Fine English bone 4 Aft 
China. Dainty floral decor. Best gold trim. I .49 
INDIVIDUAL BOWL*- A 4 Aft 

T<> match Salad Bowl ami Server. 4 for | .49 
COPPER sPOON'K— ’'Failing Leaves” pat- 4 IQ 
tern. SUmlesa set of six In gift box. .. 1.49 

S IF MW All F Falling Leaves" pattern In gift pack. 
Dainty etched design. Choice of .wine, sherry, 
liqueur and ht-ball tumhlet. A 4 jft 

Pack of *4 for I iM9 

COFFEE MLG*—Gaily decorated C 1 A ft 
8 o/_. Heat Keslsuud mugs O for I .*§9 

OYKNWARK CAKSEKOLK* - IVqt. Flrekmg 

covered Oven-to-Table 4 JQ 

Casserole. Each I .*19 

Woodward'* Chin. Depl„ Main I lour 


.1,49 
1.49 
1.49 
for 1,49 
for 1.49 
for 1.49 
for 1.49 
for 1.49 
for 1.49 
1.49 
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1.49 


Hand 


LINENS AND DOMESTICS 

.. 2 for 

.- 8 for 


l OWEIA—Choose a striking print er a solid 
colored plain. Bath .. . 

.. 4 for 1.49 Wash . 

I'OW El*—Better quality in a rich Jacquard 
or a bold print. Bath . 


Hand . —. 2 for 1.49 Wash 

pillow CASE*—Choose from fancy embroidered or 

white U’abasso Gold Seal. Pair . 1.49 

TEA TOWEL*- 9 4 Hft 

Thirsty, super dry 100*i cotton .to for 1.49 

BFJ» TILLoW*—Fee a restful sleep choose from a blend of 4 Jft 

foam and feathers or foam filled. . . Ia 49 

UNEX TEA TOWELS— A **4 m A 

Lhnable good quality. . .4 for 1 .49 

WHITE NHEETK- 4 

Colton sheets in 54x90" flat Each ...|.49 

BA1H MAT SET—Iiubbeiized backing for \our safety 4 A 9 

rtood color range. Set . J .4to 

COTTON DISH CLOTH*- 4 m 

(food quaUty. Packages of 8 . . 1.49 

PLUE MAT SET 4 -T 

Set contains two place mats and two napkins. _ 1_49 

PLASTIC TABLECLOTH* 4 

Approx, size Slxal ". Assorted colors and patterns 1.49 

SUN MIRRORS 

Perfect for the Holiday Traveller. 1 -48 

UNGER TIP TOWELS- 4 -T 

Assorted color* 8 per package._ | 49 

BEACH TOWEL*- 4 "T 

Gay prints and fun stripes. Each .. la^to 

Woodward’s Linens and Donvottico. second Floor 

DRUGS AND COSMETICS 

WOODW ARD'S VITREAT LIQUID-to fl. OZ., or WOODWARD* 4 Jft 
VII HEAT t IIEW ABLE—Piuin or with iron. 13u's. Each... . . 1.49 
WOODWARD’* MULTIPLE VITAMIN*— 

110 's. . .... 


WOODWARD’S BEAUTY AID*-Shampoo. 33 fl. os*: Hair Spray, IS fl oz; 

AnU Perspirant Deodorant 8 fl. oz. ft 4 R ft 

Y <"* C hole# . . 2 tor 1.49 

WOODWARD* SANITARY NAPKIN'S—bO's ... 

UK AND NAME TOOTHPASTE— 

Ultta-Brite, MacLean* Family size 

Colgate Fluoride giant size. 

COLGATE INSTANT SHAVE CREAM _ 

MH TIQLE BATH OIL SOFTIQUE EMOLLIENT BATH FOAM. 

DLNERT FLOWER HAND AND g 0 D* - 

11 RAD PLASTIC BANDAGE*—100’S. 


1.49 
1.49 

8 pv« 

21 

-.1.49 

21.49 
4 tor 1.49 

3.1.49 
1.49 

2 tor 1.49 

JERGE.VS LOTION—7 oz. . . 2 tor 1.49 

■.tool OTIUT . . „...2 tor 149 

SEA A SEA SLNTAN CREAM —3 o* lube ...*.. 1 a 49 

Woodward's stores (Drags) Ltd.. Mata Flew 

FURNITURE 

1.49 
1.49 
1.49 

..1.49 

Woodward's Furniture. Second FYoor 

LAMPS AND SHADES 

1.49 
2 for 1.49 
..1.49 


SALEM MILK STOOLS—Solid hardwood with handle 

and carrying thong..:.... 

MAGAZINE RACK— 

Brr/.vntone finish. Each ........ 

BOOK HHF1LF — 

For keeping books and magazines tidy. Each .. 

IRON COAT HANGER— 

3 hook style. Each . .. 


KAIJ.ERINA SHADEK- 
I.AMP SHADES—Each 


CANDY 




1.49 

1.49 

1.49 


RED TULIP IHLN CHOCOLA1E MINT* 

Fi^pi AusUalia. 14-<iz. bdx .. 

IMPORTED ALMOND ROCA- 

1 lb. tub. . 

RED TULIP AIX CMOCOL4TK ASSORTMENT— 9 

Your choice .. Qlbs. 


FOOD FLOOR 


DAIRY 

3 IJI. PKT. WOODWARD’S 
M PKEMF. PHOC EMH UANA- 
DAIN CHEESB SUCKS; 1 lb. 

Pkt Woodwaid's 4 JQ 

Supreme Margarine .. I o^tto 

PRODUCE 

CANADA Stt 1-9 lb* CAR. 
ROT*. 3 lbs. ONIONS. CAN¬ 
ADA NO. 3—38 lb* ALBERTA 

POTATOES. 

AU for 

GARDEN CENTRE 

ASAIXAK. Dwarf Japanese 
Vai iety, in 1 gallon 

Uiners. 2 for 1 *49 

BEDDING PLANTS ... in¬ 
cluding Snap* Lobelia, Alye- 
ium, Salvia, Dahlia* Stock* 
and other* 

13 plant* 9 

■ ‘ C 


1.49 


per basket 


BAKERY 

'» CHERRY CAKE, V, SUL¬ 
TANA FRUIT CAKE. 

SSi .2 for 1.49 

1 CARAMEL FUDGE CAKE, 
1 JELLY ROLL 4 DANISH 

aT trt : 3 ^ 1.49 

ts hLLTAVNA FRUIT CAKE. 
14” PIE. * - * 

Both tor .... 

V TOBACCO 

1 FISHER TRIMTE LIGHTER, 
1 TIN FISHER IJf.HTVR 
FLUID 4 OH. 4 JQ 

Both for .. 1 a >|9 

GROCERY 


1.49 


1.49 

1 # 4^9 


2tor1.49 


HEAT 


1W LBN. MINCED HAM¬ 
BURGER, 8 LB*. bKINLEH* 

SAUSAGE. 4 Jft 

t LB. SLICED SIDE BACON. 
1 LB. SLICED BOLOGNA, 8 
UZ. SLICED CHICKEN STYI.E 

5S*fc . 1.49 

Vi LB*. PORK d J ft 

CHOPS . 1.49 

3-8 OZ. PKT. HAM 
STEAK* .. 


STEAKETTE* . 

WE RFAERYE 


1 SNOWY ALE F ROZEN PEAR 

2 lb- ^ Bag, I SN OWY ALE 
FROZEN MIXED VFXiE- 
TABLE* 2 lb bag; 1 SNOW 
VALE PEOEENPEAB AND 
CARROTS 2 lb. bajEl VALr 
LEY PARM FROZEN FRENCH 

149 

I LB. WOODWARD'S SPECIAL 
BLEND COF'FEE, 1-18 OZ. 
JAM WOODWARD'S COFFEE 

Both for ^ iw49 

3 TINS WOODWARD’S PURE 
HAWAIIAN PINEAPPLE 
JTICE: 3 TTNH HUN RAY 
APPLE DRINK, 1 ALLEN'S 
Fl .AVOIR DRINK, 1 AfJ.EN* 
GRAPE DRINK. 48 fl. 02 . 

Si 1 . 6 tor 1.49 


1.49 
1.49 

RIGHT TO UMIT QUANTITIES 


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Sails (MtuUft. 


SECTION THREE 


VICTORIA, B.C., SUNDAY, MAY 9, 1971 


PAGE TWENTY-SEVEN 


Bicycles Forbidden 
In Hospital Halls 

COLCHESTER, England (UPl)—Hospital of¬ 
ficials have told employees at the Severalls Psychia¬ 
tric Hospital not to ride their bicycles in the hall¬ 
ways—it is a hazard for patients. 

Hospital secretary' John Watson said the 
cycling is usually done by employees running late 
in making their rounds. 


\o Marriages, Funerals or Water 

Strike Epidemic Leaves 
Rome a City Without 



ROME (UPI) An epi 
demic of strikes and shut¬ 
downs left Rome a city 


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MAYFAIR WEDNESDAY SHOPPER 

PRIZE WINNER 



LYNDA KIRKNESS 

R.R. 1, Duncan, B.C. 

WINS $20.00 

For the April Draw 





Lynda Kirkne**’ ticket 
drawn for the Mayfair Shopper 
lor the month of April. She wa« 
not preeent at the draw and 
therefore will receive a cheque 
for $20.00. 


Neat Month's draw will take place on Saturday. May 
*29th at II :S0 a.m. and is now worth $840.00 in cash. 

YOU MUST BE PRESENT TO CLAIM THE MAIN 
PRIZE IF’ YOUR TICKET IS DRAWN 
THE MAYFAIR WEDNESDAY SHOPPER BARREL 
IS IN THE MALL EVERY WEDNESDAY. SEE 
THAT YOUR TICKET GOES IN! 



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without marriages, funerals 
or parking tickets Saturday, 
and 1.3 million Romans went 
without water. 

Much of the normal life of 
the eternal city, now jammed 
with tourists, was paralyzed 
or disrupted by a continuing 
strike by 23,350 municipal 
workers seeking more money 
and reforms in the promotion 
system. 

Walkouts now in their 
fourth day by grave diggers 
again prevented burial of the 
60 to 70 persons w r ho die 
every day in Rome. Mar¬ 
riages, tax collections and 
other official business requir¬ 
ing documents were sus¬ 


pended because of a city 
clerks strike. 

Garbage was piled higher 
than cars in some streets 
because of a sanitation strike 
and motorists enjoyed a 
ticket free day because of a 
strike by 450 municipal police. 

But perliaps most disrupt¬ 
ing. of all was a four-day 
water shutdown in one-half of 
the city beginning at 11 a.m. 
Officials closed water supplies 
to allow for connection of a 
new aqueduct from the 
Peschiera River to the central 
city reservoir. It is the 
longest such shutdown in 
Rome since the Second World 
War. 






Rusty Reaches for High Note 


Rusty, cat owned by Dow 
Johnson family in Alton, HI., 
will sing on command — but 
only under certain conditions. 
Daughter Peggy explains: 
“Dad just says ‘Sing a song’ 
and he does, but not unless 
I’m bolding him.” Peggy adds 
that Rusty has been singing 
since he was tiny. He can’t 
carry tune, but “hollers” — 
at least until he gets tired. 


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Rogers ’ Mideast Trip 
Seen Narrowing Gap 




ementj 


Brain — Schultz 


Anderson — Britt 


pC 


ROME < UPI) Secretary 
of State William Rogers said 
Saturday his weeklong Arab- 
Israeli peace-seeking mission 
succeeded in “narrowing the 
gap” between Egypt and 
Israel. He sent his top Middle 
East expert back to Cairo for 
further consultations with 
Egyptian leaders. 

Rogers said on leaving Tel 
Aviv for Rome following two 
days of talks with Israeli 
leaders that Joseph Sisco, 
assistant secretary of state 
for Near Eastern affairs, was 
returning to Cairo to present 


Egypt with ‘certain clarifica¬ 
tions” of Israel’s position on a 
pullback from the Suez Canal. 

Sisco accompanied Rogers 
on his tour of Saudi Arabia, 
Jordan, Lebanon, Egypt and 
Israel which was delegated by 
President Nixon to reach an 
interim settlement on the 
canal and an overall accord 
for peace in the tense Middle 
East. Sisco flew to Cairo from 
Rome where Rogers went to 


meet Italian leaders and Pope 
Paul before returning to 
Washington. 

Rogers said “we think there 
has been some “narrowing of 
the gap” between Egyptian 
and Israeli demands, particu- 


| pleased to announce the engagement of 
their only daughter, Janl9 Rutin to Mr. 
C. Blaine Schultz, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
E. H Schultz of Vernon, B.C. 

’the wedding will take place In 
Edmonton at 7 p.m., May 22, in 
Robertson Wesley United Church. 


Neal — Costain 


announce the forthcoming marriage 
tiieJr elder daughter, Mary-Lynne, to 
Mr. John Peter Brin, youngest eon of 
Mr. and Mrs. Edward William Brill, 
570 Bay Street. Victoria. 

The wedding will take place May ra. 
1071 at 3:30 p.m In sacred Heart 
Church with Monsignor M. O'Connell 
officiating. 


Mr. and Mrs. P. O. Neal, 331 
- - | Monterey Avenue, are pleaded to 

larlv with regard to what U.S. announce the engagement of their 
daughter, Teresa Margaret, to Mr. 


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NELSON (CP) — Rev. 
Fraser Berry, rector of St. 
Michael and All Angels 
Church, Kelowna, Saturday 
was elected Bishop of 
Kootenay, succeeding the 
Right Rev. E. W. Scott, also 
of Kelowna, who was recently 
elected primate of Canada. 

Bishop Berry intends to 
continue residing in Kelowna, 
where he has lived for the 
last five years. His ordination 
will take place there in June. 


officials described as 
concession” by Israel which 
did not reject the notion of an 
Egyptian "presence” on the 
occupied Sinai side of the 
canal. 

Diplomatic sources said, 
however, Israel put a $250 mil¬ 
lion price tag on the conces¬ 
sion when Finance Minister 
Pinhas Sapir asked for an aid 
in grant loan Friday. The 
United States has extended 
more than $1.2 billion in 
economic aid since Israel 
became a state in 1948. 


iUghter, Teresa Margaret. .. _ 

KevTn Costain, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Ernest J. Costain, 132u Quecnsbury 
Avenue. 

The wedding will take place Saturday, 
May 15, 1971. at J p.m. In St. Jolirf* 
Anglican church, Canon Graham* Baker 
officiating. 

Nash — MacDoriald 

Ir. and Mrs. Daniel A. Nash. 1700 
Teakwood Road, Victoria, are pleased to 
announce the engagement of their 
• iter. Nancy Lucille, to Mr. Rod- 
William ^MacDonald of Victoria, 

_ of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth W. 

MacDonald, of Fort Langley, B.C. 

The wedding will take place June 26. 

ITI In AIHun'a ITn * 


Hogg — Curtis 

Mr. and Mr a. Alexander Hogg. 1315 
Roy Road, are pleased to announce the 
forthcoming marriage of their only 
daughter. Susan Margai-et, to Robert 
Lee Curtis, son of Mr. and Mr*. Robert 
Wm. Curt la. G44 Lambie Drive. 

The wedding will take place on 
Saturday. June 19, 1971 at 7 p.m. In 
Knox Presbjterian Church. Richmond 
Road. Reverend A. Beaioa officiating. 


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VAN COUVER (CP) — 
Mayor Tom Campbell says 
estimates that 60,000 transient 
young people will seek ac¬ 
commodation and meals in 
Vancouver this summer ara 
conservative. 

At first, the mayor said he 
was shocked by the figure, 
but then added: “I’m not 
shocked. These figures are 
conservative.” 

Vancouver city council 
meets Tuesday to consider a 
request by the Board of 
Administration for more than 
$13,500 for accommodation 
and food for destitute tran¬ 
sients. 

Campbell said he hopes the 
council will reject the re¬ 
quest. 


1971, In St. Aldan's United Church at 
2:3u p.m. with Reverend J. Rae Allan 
officiating. 

Cannon — Cook 

Mr. and Mrs. Leonard A. Cannon. 2677 
Musgrave Street. are pleaded to 
announce the forthcoming marriage of 
their eldest daughter. Lenore Shirley to 
Mr. William John Cook, eldest 6on of 
Mr. and Airs. E. C. Cook, 261 Kamloops 
Street. 

The wedding will take place Saturday. 
June 3, at 7:30 p.m. in First United 
Church. 


Broun — Axquini 

Mrs. Richard Blaikte of Victoria and 
Mr. Bruce Brown, Kettle Valley, B.C.. 
are pieused to announce the forthcoming 
marriage of their eldest daughter, 
Laurene, to Mr. Onelio Asquini. eon of 
Mr. E. Asqulni of Rhignano. Italy. 

The wedding will take place Mu; ; 22 
at 6:30 p.m. in SL Andrew's Cat nolle 
Cathedral, Father M. O’Connell ofliciat 
lug 


Phillips — Cairns 

Mr, and Mrs. F. T. Phillips, 478 
Grafton Street, Victoria, announce the 
engagement of their eldest daughter, 
Brenda May, to Mr. Ronald Calms, only 
son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cairns, 2SS1 
Coluuitz. Victoria, B.C. 


Skea — Rogers 

Mr. and Mr*. Darnel A. Skea 
West Burnside Road am pleased to 
announce the engagement of their only 
daughter, Brenda Marlene, to Mr. Gao* 
Douglas Roger*, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Douglas Rogers, Port McNeill, B.C. 

Tl»e wedding nil! take place. Satin 
day. June 3, 1971 at 7 p.m. in Si 
Alban's Anglican Church, Reverend F 
W. Hayes officiating. 


JoluUiti. ___ ___ _ 

Tne wedding, will take place Saturday, Jones of Victoria. 

May 22. In centennial United Church. The wedding will 


Robbins — Jones 

Mr. and Mra. W. S. Robbins 1271 
Downham Place, wish to announce the 
engagement of their youngest daughter. 
Margaret Ixmise, to Mr. Michael R. 


_ __ __take place In 

Victoria Truth Centre. May 22. 19TL 
with Reverend Emma Smiley officiating. 


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Catherine Anne, only daughter of air. 
and Mrs. R. H. Bay Us of Victoria, B.C.. 
to Edward Da\id Hackett, eldest son of 
Mr. and Mrs. E. Hackett. Spruce Grove, 
Alberta. Canon Thaln officiated at the 
double rang ceremony. 


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Clarke — Fisher 

Very Reverend Dean Brian 
officiated at a double-ring 
ceremony in Christ Church Cathedral. 
Victoria, on Monday. April 12. at 2:30 
p.m., 1971. when Helen Margaret, elder 
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fisher 
exdianged vows with Roy Allan, seoond 
son of Mr. and Mrs. Athol Clarke of 
I Port Hope, Ontario. 

lather. _ looked rad iant In _ an. ^empire j wjy, bodice embroidered in 

teardrop pearls. An arrangement of 
daisies and pearls held a four-tier 
ct-apel veil, she carried a bouquet of 
pink roses and daisies. The maid of 
honor and bridesmaid Miss Rhonda 
Burton and Miss Dianne Fisher wore 
gowns of wedgewood blue flocked nylon 
complemented with pink daisy 
he*dresses and carried bouquets of pink 
‘ e* Mr. Jim Oakes of Kelowna 

__best man and Mr. Richard Clarke. 

younger brother of the groom. >as 
usher. 

Following a reception at th* Old* 
England Inn, Mr. and Mrs. Clarke ]-* 
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bodice anc - --—I 

embroidery. The sleeveless coat worn 
over the dress fell Into a cathedral train 
and had a panel of Swiss silk 
embroidery from sliouldera to hem. She 
wore a chapel veil and carried a 
bouquet of pink orchids and stephanotis. 
She wore her mother’s Wedgewood 
pendant for something borrowed and 
blue, and an Iveirloom ring belonging to 
the mother of the groom for something 
did. She carried a silver sixpence In her 
shoe for luck. The groom’s gift to the 
bride was pearl earrings and her gift to 
the groom was a stiver lighter. The 
bride was attended by Brenda Conrad, 
matron of’ honour and Diane Baylls, 
bride’s sister-in-law as bride’s matron. 
They wore deep rose pink empire style 
gowns of georgette over taffeta, white 
picture hats wlUs deep rose ribbons and 
carried miniature parasols of white tulle 
decorated with white and pink mums 
and white streamers. Little Terry 
Blacklock was flower girl and looked 
sweet In a rose pink dress and carried 
a basket of white and pink mums. Best 
man was Bob Conrad, and the 
groomsman was Robin Baylls. Lshers 
were Ralph Baylls un$ Robert Hackett. 

jceptlon and dance was held at 
the Thistle Curling club attended by 
over 100 guests. Mr. "Smoky” Blacklock 
acted as master of ceremonies, and the 
toast to the bride was proposed by Bob 
Conrad. 

Out of town guests were from Moose 
Jaw. Saak.; Victoria. B.C.; Cold Lake 
and Blalrmore. Alberta. All flowers 
Down In from Victoria. 

The bride and groom left ft 
honeymoon in Jasper. They will r 
In Trenton, Ontario. 


Tearoe — Ford 

A double ring ceremony was solemn¬ 
ized on April 3. 1971. at 7 p.m., ip 
Metropolitan United Church when 
Maureen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 

Robert Ford, i§6n Carnarvon, exchanged 
marriage vows with James Paul Tearoe. 
son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Tearoe of 
We£ Vancouver. Reverend Butler oMd- 

Given In marriage by her father, the 
bride was lovely in a floor-length sheath 
gown of wlilte satin and lace and 
matching lace train. She carried a 
cascade of green orchids. The matron of 
honor Mrs. Margaret Kvoboda and 
attendant Mrs. Carol Flanagan wore 
identical gowns In green brocade and 

carried cascades of yellow carnations._ 

Best man was Steve Willett Mr. Gary Reid. 
Ford and Mr. Carlos Martina ushered 


_ _ grey 1 _ _ _ _ 

accessories. Pink rosebud corsage com¬ 
pleted her ensemble. 


Campt*ll — B hw m i 

A pretty wedding took place April 10 
1971, at 2:30 p.m. In the garden at the 
home of the bride’s parents, lu€S St 
Uu Street Victoria, when Reverend 
R. A. Farts of First United Chord: 
united in marriage Cathrlne Elaine 
Bowness. daughter erf Mr. and Mrs. W 
Calvin Bow ness and Douglas Alan Pease 
Campbell, son of Mra. Goldwin ’rerrv 
nd Mr. CUve Campbell. Victoria. 1 
The bride was given In marriage hy 
..«• rather. Mis* Margaret Hughs. 
Vancouver, was bridesmaid and Mr 
Tom Moore was croomwnan. Mr. John 

will reside In Vancouver where the1 
will resume her duties as a**h 
librarian at Prince of Wale* College a 
the groom will complete his final yt 
’ \rchitecture at U.B.C. 


Wilson — Reid 


Oak Bay United Church was the i 
of a double-ring ceremony at 2 p.~ 

Saturd ay, May first, 1971. when l_ 
end A. Calder united in marriage E 
Elisabeth, only daughter of Mr 
Mr*. W. D. Reid of 2060 Fierf 
Korns Road. Victoria, and Mr. 
Herbert Wilson, U S. Navy. Oak Hi 
Washington, son of Mr. and Mrs 
1 andean Minneapolis Minnesota. » 

Bower*. Kamloops. Mr. Colin Crown, 
Vancouver, was beat man. Guests were 
ushered by Messrs. William and Rofcrt 
Reid, brother* of the bride. After tlie 
reception was held at the 
t bride’* 


the goests. Mr. BUI Devlin proposed the home o? the bride’s parents. Mr. J. 
toast to the. bride. Following the PhllUpson propose d th e toast to the 


_____the 

bride. The >oung couple ' 
Oak Harbor. 


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BIRTHS 


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Rodney Tayl 
Jubilee " 
daughter 

os. Grata_ 

Morrison and the 


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3 DEATHS, FUNERALS 


•WKixnsrjisjt. 

formarty of Victoria. Survived by 
his tovtn* wife, Irene; one 
<Mu*h»er kra w. (Ada) Ptmcn- 
aau. ChdUwacIt; am son. James. 
Wllltame Lake; one brother. Jack. 
Victoria; 10 pandcMldren. 

Funeral eervica Tuesday, May It 
at 8 p.m.. In Henderson's Funeral 
Chapel. ChlUtweck. Rev. E. L. 
WUk1n officiating, cremation wtH 


CHRI8TNER - At Rest Haven 
8,d !*)' S-C.. on May 7. 
Wl. Miss Gladys Inna Chrtstner. 
Born In ThameevUle. Ontario, 
•nd had baan a resident of 
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MtO Fifth Street, formerly of 
Wlllowdale. Ontario. Survived by 
her dear friend, Emllv Bullough. 

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of Sidney. B.C. 

Service will be held In the Sands 
Funeral Chapel of Roses. Sidney, 
on Monday May 10, 19T1, at 

10:00 a m.. Major Donald McMHItn __ 

,, Mr - , Thomas J. Bradley of Victoria for 
officiating. Interment In Royal Oak . 


Burial Park. 

CRTOLAYO-On May 7. 1971. in her 
S9th year. Beanie Cridland, bom 
in Somerset. England, and a resi¬ 
dent of Victoria for 15 years. 
Predeceased by her husband 
James In 1952. Survived by her 
step-son. Victor Cridland. Victoria. 

her step-daughter. Elsie May. 
in England; also 2 sisters in 
England. 

Private funeral service Tuesday 
HAYWARD'S FUNERAL 
CHAPEL Rev. John Vickers offi- 
riaUng. Interment Hatley Memorial 

Gardens. 


5 DEATHS, FUNERALS 


PYRAH-in Victoria on May 3. 1171, 
Mr. Eric Dunatan Pynah. In hts 

-* a# 404 Graftun SL. 

Victoria alnce 1943. Ha 
■ survive® by a niece in Hud¬ 
dersfield, England. He was a 
member of Victoria Horticultural 
Society and served with the ~ 
dlan Army in the Fin* 

War. 

Funeral service In McCall Bros 
FLORAL CHAPEL. Johnson and 
Vancouver Sit., on Monday . May 10. 
t:00 p.m.. with the Rev. Dr. 
Mor“ gM— 


POPE - At the ftoyel Jubilee 
Hospital on May 8. 1971. Elsie 
Gwendoline, widow of the 
Arthur Pope, of 803 Rlchm 
Avenue, formerly of Wlrtnii..., 
Manitoba. Survived by two son*. 
Leslie, Victoria and Jack, Van 
couver; 3 grandchildren, Judith. 
Susan and Margaret; 3 great- 
grandchildren, also a sister. Mrs 
Ethel hfulhotland. Vancouver. 
Family service will be held el the 
graveside. Royal Oak Burial Park 
on Monday at 3:30 p.m.. the Ven. 
A. E. Hendy officiating HAY¬ 
WARD'S CHAPEL In JKarge of 
arrangements. 


ROBERTS-On May 6. 1971. at 1231 
McKenzie St., Miss Marion RoL 
arts, aged 82; bom in Grange¬ 
mouth. Scotland, ami a resident 
of Victoria for 90 years. Sur¬ 
vived by brothers, William and 
Robert of Victoria, and sisters, 
Agnes, of Victoria: Mrs. F. L 
Smith. Mrs. G. E. Day. Mrs. B. 
Shadforth and Mrs. B. Raines of 
Vancouver; also nieces and 
nephews Miss Roberts was a 
member of Victoria Gospel Hail 
Assembly and a life-long mem¬ 
ber of the Victoria Music Teach¬ 
ers’ Association. 

Funeral service In McCall Bros. 
FLORAL CHAPEL. Johnson and 
Vancouver Sts., on Monday. Mav 10. 
•t 3:00 p.m., with Mr. David 
McCartney officiating. Interment at 
Royal Oak Burial Park 


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INDEX 

VITAL STATISTIC* 

1 Birth* 

5 Deaths and *\inerals 

8 Cards of Thanka 

9 In Memoriam 

10 Funeral Directors 

NOTICES 

13 Monumental 

14 Announcements 

15 Coming Events and Meetings 

16 Catering. Banquet and 
Reception Rooms 

17 Restaurants 

18 Place* to Visit 
30 Lost and Found 

employment 

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25 Male or Female Help Wanted 
36 Female Help Wanted 
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29 Situations Wanted Male 

30 Situations Wanted Female 

31 Situations Wanted Male 
or Female 

BUSINESS SERVICES AND 
DIRECTORY 

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PERSONAL SERVICES 

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33 Bands. Musicians and Orchestras 

38 Travel 

39 Personals 

40 Business Personals 

42 Education 

43 Dancing 
71 Music Teachers 

MERCHANDISING 

60 Fuel 
63 Timber 

65 Building Supplies 
70 Musical Instruments 

77 Motorcycles 

78 Bicycles 
80 Boats and Mann* 

83 Aeronautical 

92 Sporting Goods 

93 Stoves and Furnaces 

96 Cameras. Supplies and 
Photo Finishing 

97 Furniture 

98 TV. Stereo. Radio Sales 
and Service 

99 Groceries. Meat and Produce 

100 Miscellaneous for Sale 
103 Miscellaneous Wanted 
109 Miscellaneous to Rent 

»12 Wanted to Rent, Miscellaneous 
113 Swans 
117 Antiques 

119 Florists 

120 Garden Supplies 
125 Pets and Supplies 

127 Chicks, Poultry, Hatching 
Eggs. Supplies 

128 Livestock and Supplies 

130 Heavy Equipment, Machinery 
135 Farm Implements 

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150 Cars for Sale 

151 Foreign Import and Sports Cart 

152 New Car Directory 

154 Trucks and Buses 

156 U-Drtves and Auto Washing 
158 Tires 

160 Parts, Accessories 
162 Auto Repairs, Service 
and Towing 

164 Auto Body Work and Painting 
166 Cars and Truck* Wanted 

168 Campers and Trailers 

169 Mobile Homes aad Parks 

ACCOMMODATION 

173 Hotels 

178 Summer Resorts 

181 Tourist Accommodation 

183 Convalescent and Rest Homes 

RENTALA 

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191 Room and Board Wanted 

193 Rooms to Rent 

194 Rooms Wanted 

197 Housekeeping Rooms to Rent 

199 Housekeeping Rooms Wanted 

200 Apartments to Rent. Unfurnithe. 
301 Apartments to Rent. Furnished 
203 Apartments Wanted 

206 Duplexes to Rent 

207 Duplexes Wanted to Rent 
210 Houses to Rent. Unfu.nls!ied 
a I Houses to Rent. Furnished 
212 Houses Wanted to Rent 
215 HalU Warehouses, Stores 

and cfflces to Rent 

FINANCIAL 

155 Automobile Financing and 
Insurance 

230 Personal Loans and Insurance 

233 Mortgage Loans and Insurance 

234 Mortgages for Sale 
233 Wanted to Borrow 

REAL ESTATE 

240 Business Opportunities 

31J Business Opportunities Wsnted 

244 Revenue Property 

245 Revenue Properties Wanted 
247 Commercial or Industrial 

Properties 

250 Houses for Sa>* 

253 Country Homes and Properties 
256 Waterfront Properties 
260 Condominiums for Sal* 

363 Garages lor Sale. Rent, Wanton 
265 Houses Wsnted to Buy 
268 Listings Wanted 

E - u 

273 Property for Sale 

274 Property Wanted 

280 Acreage for Sale and Wanted 

293 Gulf Islands PropartlM 
295 Listings Cancelled 


_ - | HORSE RACING VANCOUVER - 

Because she was one of the best. V I. Coach Lines Race Track 

—Ever remembered by Brvan. Special leaves Saturday. May 8 and 
Barb, Chris and Dale. | every second Saturday 9 a.m. 

returns 9:15 p.m. 87 00 ea. Call 3M5- 

L *. L0 X LU “* *-“• 

.via> s, mu. every Sunday 1:30 p.m. returns 

Deep in our hearts hi* memory Is 5:00 P ™- todMdea tea. 

To^love and to cherish and never! 18 CATERING, BANQUET 
for * e * and 

—Sad’.v missed by his loving wife 
Lottie and family. 


RECEPTION ROOMS 


, v WEDDINGS. BANQUETS. MEET- 

NICHOLSON - In loving memory ing. Taj Mahal. 1318Broad. 3S3-5525. 

••f mv dear wife and mother' -- 

Lavtnia Maud who passed awav 

May 10 . 1967. 20 LOST and FOUND 

Time speeds on. ifouri v ears'—_,_ 

have passed. 

Since death its gloom. Its shadow 


cast 

Within our home, where all 
seemed bright. 

And took from us a shining light. 

We miss that Hght, ami ever will. 

Her ^ vacant place there's none to 

Down here we mourn, but not In 
vain. 

For up In heaven we will meet 
again. 

—Ever remembered by Daughter 

Marie and famlh 


LOST MALE GERMAN SHORT- 
haired (winter, undocked tall, brown 
and white spotted, Mav fair Shopping 
P'aza area, answers to Spot. 384- 
6643 


LOST: CALGARY CREDIT CARDS 
and personal papers. Sidney or 
Christie Point area. Reward. 396- 
6421 or 656-4771. 


OWEN — In loving memory of Beth 
Chven. who passed away May 10, 

God Bless Her Friendship 
It is in loving, not in being loved 
The heart finds Its quest 
It Is In giving, not In getting 
Our lives are blest. 

Will never forget your friendship. 
—Always remembered by Pearl, 
and all your friends that 
respected you so much. 

SLED — In loving memory of a 
dear wife and mother. Iva Sled, 
who passed away May 9. 1967. 
Sweet memories will linger for- 

rar, 

Time cannot change them, it’s 
true. 

Years that may come cannot 
sever 

Our loving remembrance of you. 
—Ever remembered by husband 
Jim of Port Albernl. daughter and 
son-in-law. Dolores and Jack 
Whittaker and grandchildren. 
Jackie and Ken. all of Victoria 


LOST: YOUNG MALE SIAMESE. 
"Woody”, from vicinity Montreal 
and Slmcoe. 383-6978. 

LOST ON FR ID AY! KEYS IN 
black English pouch. Reward. 383- 
5361. 


GREEN 10-SPEED KENT MODEL, 
lost frotn Bowling alley. Tuesday 
night. Urgently needed. 385-1753. 


10 FUNERAL DIRECTOR* 


LOST BLACK AND TAN CROSS 
lab. 8 weeks old. Gorge area. Little 
girl broken heartAi. 384-4277. 


MALE HELP WANTED 


SENIOR SALES 
BUILDING PRODUCTS 

Two Growth Opportunities with 
leading producer of a L__ 
range of aluminum building 
products. The Company ir - 
part of the Indal Car_ 

the General Manager and 

responsible to him for the 
development of the overall 
market and related customer 
support service*. Locations are 
based In Vancouver and Vic¬ 
toria. 

The Ideal Candidates will prob¬ 
ably be in their thirties; 
energetic, alert and very defin¬ 
itely mature. They will hold a 
B.C.I.T. diploma or have com¬ 
pleted at least three year's 
study in architecture. They 
must have field sales experi¬ 
ence with building products and 
In such a position wiU have 
demonstrated resourcefulness 
and t capacity for both long 
range planning and the em¬ 
ployment of common sense. 
They will be self-motivated. 

and possess proven 
abilities In the area of human 
relations. 

The Remuneration Package Is 
definitely riexlbie and will be 
tailored to the needs of the 
successful candidates. It will, in 
any event, prove attractive to 
those now earning In the 812.000 
range. 

HepjlM, W*IC* MUST BE IN 
WRITING and addressed to the 
attemton of G. Walsh, will be 
acknowledged promptly. 

HIALCO MFG., 

Division of Indal Western Ltd. 

1940 Kingswty. Port Coquitlam, B.C. 


EXECUTIVE SALESMAN 

N ationally-known organiza¬ 
tion has opening for an 
experienced Salesman who 
would like an opportunity to 
move up to management 
quickly. 

Applicant* must be mature, 
over 28 year* of age, with 
unquestionable business and 
personal background and be 
able to work with a mini¬ 
mum of supervision. 

This is a permanent lifetime 
business for a man with 
ambition and self con¬ 
fidence. 

For a confidential interview 
send resume to Victoria 
Press, Box 474. 


$1 MALE HELP WANTED 


SAL ESMAN. PRESENTLY EM 
ployed, who Is searching for s new 
field that offers a lifetime ot 
interesting work of an Independent 
nature. Remuneration limited only 
to his own efforts. A company with 
over 150 years of very successful 
operation will give you an aptitude 
test to help you avaluate this 
position. If you deride, this a 

your field training basis wl__ 

guaranteed starting Income. In 
requesting Interview, please Include 
brief personal history. All replies 
confidential. Victoria Press. Box 
4*9. _ 

SALES TRAINEE 
2 position* with growing company 
offer: 

Professional status 
-Career training program 
—No seniority for advancement 
-Pension plan 
Must Be: 

- Positive and sports minded 
—Receptive to new Ideas must 
have drive for sales and public 
relations 

To arrange appointment call 
J. Krelter. 10 a.m.4 p.m.. 382-2111 


OFFICE MACHINE 
SALESMAN 

eader in the office equipment 
field is expanding Its operation and 
requires a person Interested In a 
selling career. Matriculation pre¬ 
ferred. A car 1* essential. For 
further information call Canada 
Manpower. 3854711. Local 257. 


MAYCOCK OPTICAL 
Has an opening In their Nanaimo 
office for an experienced optician. 
Contact lens experience not 
essential. This Is a growth position 
that affords excellent opportunity. 
Write staUng age. marital status, 
experience and salary desired to 
P.O. Box 244. Nanaimo B.C. 


COOKWARE SALESMEN RE- 
qutred to sell stainless steel 
Aristocrat set at Jaycee Fair. Any 
direct sales experience an asset. 
Apply Independent Buyers Discount 
Senlce, 904D Esquimau Road 


MALE OR FEMALE 
HELP WANTED 


GUARANTEED WAGE (8ERVIC 
Ing Fuller customers) fl.75 per 
hour plus bonus, plus benefits. 479- 
6?U. 


WANTED: FIRST C LASS 

Mercury outtioard mechanic. Must 
have at leajt 5 years experience, 
have own tools. Top wages. Mullins 
Marine Sales Ltd.. 925 Yates. 382- 
1928. 


TAXI DRIVERS WANTED. FULL 
and part-time positions available 
Must have chauffeur licence and 
chiefs permit. Reply 906 Government 
St. 


PART-TIME MECHANIC WANTED 
for Saturday work. Must he fully 
experienced on trucks and con¬ 
struction equipment. Phone mana¬ 
ger. 658-5335.^ 

WANTED D^Y WALL TAPERS 
and applicators. 385-3612. 


MALE OR FEMALE 
HELP WANTED 


ADVERTISEMENTS IN 
THIS CLASSIFICATION 
MUST COMPLY WITH 
THE 

BRITISH COLUMBIA 
HUMAN RIGHTS ACT 
SEE COLUMN 1 


LOST: 


READING GLASSES IN 

_a*e, Blenklnsop-Cedar Hill 

Cross Road area. 477-6145 evening. 


LOST: IN WOODWARDS, ROUND 
sunglasses, green glass frames. 477- 
4161, Reward. 


FOUND: MUSICAL CASE FOR 
flute or darinct. near Dp Lias. 592- 
9097 


DECK OFFICERS 

Immediate vacancies, high 
calibre passenger vessel 
operating this summer in 
North Pacific from Victoria 
(this winter in South 
Pacific). Excellent wage* 
and conditions. Write Vic¬ 
toria Press, Box 466. 


LOST ALL GREY MALE CAT. 
Pandora and Femwood area. 385- 

1029. 


LOST: SILVER CHARM BRACE- 
let. Vicinity Broad St. and Fori on 
Saturday. Reward.383-2914._ 

LOSTT BINOCULARS, ON BEACH 
Drive, between Estevan and Clover 
Point. April 30. Reward. 562-9881. 


Four Chapels Dedicated 
Service. 


SANDS MORTUARY LTD. 
'Memorial Chapel of Chimes' 
1803 Quadra. Victoria. B.C. 
388-5153 - 388-5156 - 383-7511 

SANDS 

"CHAPEL OF ROSES" 

9838 Fourth St., Sidney, B.C. 
656-2932 

WESTWOOD 

"CHAPEL OF FLOWERS" 
(SANDS) 

No. 1, Newcastle Avc., 
Nanaimo, B.C. - 753-2032 

SANDS 

"CHAPEL OF HEATHER" 
317 Coldstream Ave., 
Colwood, B.C. - 478-3821 

Independent, Family Owned 
and Controlled. Sands since 
1912. 


. FOUND: IJVRGF. TURTLE. CAD- 
i boro Bay area. 477-5584 

10 J LOST: TEN MILE~POINT. LIGHT 

turquoise budgie. 477-1079. mg Product* 

J. 


FOUND: BOY'S MUSTANG 

speed bike. Pnone 384-5928. 


:i MALE HELP WANTED 


ADVERTISEMENTS IN 
THIS CLASSIFICATION 
MUST COMPLY WITH 
THE 

BRITISH COLUMBIA 
HUMAN RIGHTS ACT 
SEE COLUMN 1 


SALESMEN 
GROW INTO 
MANAGEMENT 
IN 


HIGHEST EARNINGS 

are yours for the taking. We aell 
both product and service to store*, 
office*, factories, etc With a 
tremendous selection of product*, 
unique selling policies, highest 
commission rate In the Industry, 
immediate executive earnings ore 
jours right now. Upper age bracket 
welcome. Full or part-time Mo 
start). Local manager to assist 
you. No commission hold-back and 
no cash Investment. Our repeat 
business accounts for over 87 f o of 
our volume. Write Bullsev e Light- 
' . Dundas, Ontario. 


REALTORS!! 

! ! ! ! ! 1 ! 

YOUR EXPERIENCE 
and 

OUR FACILITIES 
Will go well together 

HERE'S WHY: 

—Incentive bonus plan and 
generous advertising al¬ 
lowance. 

—Qualified office leads, 
modern office facilities. 
—Established company in a 
downtown location. 
—Appraisal and Teela Sys 
terns. 

—M.S.A., Life Insurance 
Add your experience to our 
facilities for greater suc¬ 
cess. Contact Mr. J. Betts, 
F.R.I. 

JOHNSTON & CO. LTD. 
1306 Broad Street 385-2471 


CAREER OPPORTUNITY 
Automobile sales cummlssion. Ex-I an office downtown: 

perience not required, we train on. 

the Job, If you have previous 
experience you must have proof of 
sales performance. 

To work at Victoria’s most trusted 
and established Chry sler dealership. 

National Chrysler Dodge, we supply 
demonstrator, gas allowance and 
other benefits, e.g. Group Insurance. 

Medical, holiday pay, etc. This is a 
career opp<*rtunlly for the chosen 
Individual. Apply In person only, to 
Mr. Mace. 819 Yates. Victoria. 


AT 

OAK BAY REALTY 
The Oak Bay area is recognized as 
■having the finest real estate. If you 
i live or work in this area why 
astc your lime and gas going to 
n office downtown? At OAK BAY 
REALTY we are enlarging our 
team and would like to talk to you 
about Uie advantages of Joining us. 
Generous commission split, congen¬ 
ial companions. MSA and Group 
Life Insurance, office and sales 
assistance, leads, encouragement 
and personal supervision. Come and 
see our new office at 2194 Oak Bay 
Avc. Call Jack Mears, 598-332L 
MEARS' OAK BAY REALTY LTD. 


To enroll students Western Can¬ 
ada’s largest resident training 
schools. This Is a standout oppor¬ 
tunity to earn top Income in a 
most interesting field o( selling. 
l,ead supported program assures 
sustained production and 
association. * — 1 “ *“ 
TECHNICAL . 

Press. Box 458. 


■oductlon and a long 
Apply to McKAY 
INSTITUTE. Victoria 


National mercharuhslng service sales 
organization seeking personnel ex- WE 
perlenced In selling to consumer In 
home. Managerial positions payjng 
as much as 815.900-118,000 com¬ 
mission and bonus per year 
available as soon as you qualify. 


McCALL BROS. 
Funeral Chapels 
MOO Vancouver Street 
385-1163 - 3*3-4466 - 383-4467 

The wishes of all roi.ecncd 
fulfilled with good taste. 


_ 1 Many of our men Immediately earn 
S16H to 82UO commission per week 
! plus bonus while learning. Selected 
applicants must have car and be 
immediately available. 

For personal interview rail: 

652-1663 

Monday 9 a m. to 7 p.m. 


HAVE AN ATTRACTIVE 
*l*ening In our Consumer Lending 
Department for a trainee Interested 
In a business career. Applicant* 
should be eager to learn and 
capable of rapid advancement 
Some finance company experience 
required. Bank of Nova STOUa. 702 
Yates St.. Victoria, B.C. Phone ““ 
4441. 


STUDENTS 


West Coast Company, expanding 
Into Vancouver Islam! is tn need of 
Individuals who have played foot¬ 
ball. hockey, basel»&ll. basketball, 
soccer, tennis or other action 
sports. 

Students must have Grad* 12, over 
18 with outgoing personality. 

We offer excellent starting Income 
based on nldivlduals background 
and qualifications and a very 
interesting summer opportunity. 
For appointment cat^ Mr. I Arsen, 
3X1-4043. 


PROFITABLE PART-TIME ROUTE 
BUSINESS FOR ADULTS 
Some opening* are expected this 
summer In our Dally Colonist adult 
programme of apartment delivery. 
Routes are compact and take 
approx. 1 hour to complete each 
day with monthly earnings In 
vicinity of 870-8100 per month. As 
delivery Is made early each 
morning this would suit persons 
already occupied who wish to 
augment thetr Income. Please send 
written annllcatlon with phone 
number to Victoria Press. Box 457. 


PYRAH. Mi 
!:im p.m. 
YU1.K. Mr*. 
2:00 p.m. 

ROBERTS. 
3:00 p.m 


MONDAY 
. Erie D. 

FLORAL CHAPEL. 
Margaret H E. 
FAMILY CHAPEL. 
Miss Markin 
FLORAL CHAPEL. 


NOTICE 

OF COPYRIGHT 

Full, eosnpiet* and sol* eopyrtgnt 
in any advertisement produced oy 
Victoria Press Ltd. Is vested tn. 
and belongs to. Victoria Press Ltd.; 
provided, however, that copyright 
IN THAT PART AND THAT PART 
ONLY of any such advertisement 
consisting of Illustrations, borders, 
signatures or similar component* 
which U, or art, supplied to 
Victoria Pfess Ltd. by the adver¬ 
tiser In the form of engravings, 
matrices, casts, etc., and Incor¬ 
porated In said advertisement shall 
remain In and belongs to the 
advertiser. 


Applications will 
. undersigned for 
lePubl 

. _ _. _ 

' knowledge of both water and sewer 
I : n*ia|lati*>n and maintenance. A 
good understanding of road repairs 
and other varied Municipal Public 
' Winks functions. An extensive 
! bnnu itnigr of machine operation 
would lie an asset particularly 
1 hackhge operation. 

1906 Formerly of Winnipeg 
A Dignified and Understanding The successful applicant should be 

'Wvlce at Moderate a*«t preiwred to act as a working 

PRE-NEED AT NEED foreman until such time as the 

SHIPMENTS Village requires a Public Works 

1625 Quadra St_Phone 384-261? Suiierlntendent 

Salary will be dependent on 
previous experience and qualifica¬ 
tions. 812,000-814,000 per year. 


THOMSON & inVINC 
Funeral Chapel 


HAYWARD'S CHAPEL 

Ready to carry out the 'amlly'a 
wishes, quietly, symiwthctlcally, 
with efflclencv and dignity. 

386-3505 

K _ w« at 


CHAPLIN’S FUNERAL 
CHAPEL 

Klndneea — Courtesy — Service 


1196 Fort 


884-3612 


FIRST MEMORIAL SERVICES 
Undertakers for the Memorial 
Society of B.C. - 864-7041 


11 


MONUMENTAL 


Applications will close May 14. 1971. 
Address applications complete with 
personal resume to; 

I. R. Knowles. 

Village of Tahals, 

Box 280, 

Tahsls, B.C. 


RESPONSIBLE RETIRED PEN- 
skmer for security duties, 5 to 10 
P.M., Saturday to Wednesday. 
Reply with full particulars to 
Victoria Press. Box 459. 


EXPERIENCED WAITER. MUST 
be able to work ally shift. Apply 
Paul's Restaurant, 1900 Douglas 
Street, between 12 noon- 8 p.m. 


garden. No heavy work or lawn 
cutting. 477-2452. 


STEWART MONUMENTAL 
Works Ltd. 

ESTABLISHED 1896 
Memorial of Distinction 
Marble fireplaces and tabletops. 

1408 May St. 384-34521 

-—-I BOY OR MAN FOR ODD JOBS. 

MORTIMER’S MONUMENTS | Cordova Bay rldge-Elk l-ake area. 
ESTABLISHED 1877 I 656-5495 

"The finest In Craftsmanship'* 


WANTED: SIGN WRITER, SOME- 
one to rewrite my sign. Al’s, 214 
Dundas. 383-8233. 


633 David 8t. - 386-6421 


TAXI DRIVERS. FULL AND PART 
time Apply 820 Cormorant St. 


IMMEDIATE OPENING FOR 
experienced ami reliable furniture. 

TV. and appliance salesman. Duties 
to include receiving, dispatch, and 

general duties Salary or salary,__ . t _ 

plus commission. Write giving full'lAIR STYLIST AND QUALIFIED 
particulars Including phone number assistant wanted for the Raymond 
to Victoria Press Box 455. Salon In Woodward's. Mayfair 

Join In 

- _ jressUe 

and successful chain. Earn hlqh 
Income, air conditioned salon and 
store benefits Phone or call In 
person. Mrs. Sinclair, at the BeRUty 
Salon. 394-332? 


received by the ARE YOU STYMIED? IS YOUR | ^.d.Tm^pSgi 

the position of progress blocked or do you need - - 15 

•ks Foreman. Increase — * 


Phone 386-1432. 9-5 


your Income" We want 
iggresslve, anxiouvto-work- 
hard people. Phc 
and 7:30 to 9. 

SALE 8 M A N WANTED FOR 
large Import car dealer. Car sale* 
experience not necessary Good 
opportunity. All replies confidential. 
Our sales staff are aware of this 
ad. Victoria Press-Box 450. 

APPLICATIONS NOW B £ I N Q 
taken for Naval Reserve Summer 
Student Training Plan. 8 weeks 
employment for men 16-20. Call 
HMCS Malahat, 388-2241 

UNION BARBER. PREFERABLY 
a local person, with a small 
clientele. Some knowledge of gents 
hair styling Reply in own hand¬ 
writing tn Victoria Press. Box 477. 

r.XPERI ENCED FIBREGLASS 
worker. Excellent opportunity for 
rt^ht man. Saturday and Monday 


TRUCKER WANTED FOR YEAR 
round haul. Island to Toronto, 
reffer reoufn * * 


RETIRED SALES EXECUTIVE TO 
promote and sell truck campers 
and trailers, good co— 
the right man. 384-6511 


EXPERIENCED TAXI DRIVER. 

--evening shift Must have B licence. 

RETIRE!) MAN TO CARE FOR Chiefs permit, good driving 
Apply 4510 West Saanich Rd. 


PART-TIME R E A DY MIX 
drivers wanted for Saturday work. 
Phone manager. 856-6235. 

MAINTENANCE MAN WITH EX- 
perience. Good Shepherd Shelter, 
Mill Bay. 


EXPERIENCED BRICKLAYER TO 
buHd •’ wall approximately 4000 
bricks. 4742884. 


REAI. ESTATE SALESMEN 
WE OFFER 1ST CLASS ACCOM 
MOITATION TO FULL TIME 
LICENSED SALES PERSONNEL. 
APPLY IN CONFIDENCE TO T. 
G. M. CUSTANCE. SWINERTON 
STEWART CLARK LTD.. LIP 
BLANSHARD STREET (NEXT TC 
LIBRARY' 


CARETAKERS WANTED 
Married couple to be resident 
caretakers at small apartment 
block. In good district. Apply for 
Interview In writing stating ages, 
occupation during last 5 years, e(c 
Give references. Victoria Press. Box 
449. 


TRANS PORTATION COMPANY 
requires waybilling clerk to work 
night shift, 4 p.m. to 1 a.m., Mon. 

- * familiar with 

telex. 


____ __|e famuli 

electric waybtUln* madtlne. 
tel**— — 


teletype and adding machines' 
Trmn,port 356 c “ h * r ‘ 


CARETAKERS 

Caretaker couple required 
suite Apt. Llve-ln. 1-BDRM 

V ?ct*- J *^ ry ‘ - ~ 


rd. VlctofJ a Press Box 371. 
CAPABLE AMT ENERGETIC MA V 
ager for small restaurant nlc* 
work for married couple Also, 
waitress. Reference required. Ooo<] 
fjto^herrt Shelter, Mill Bay. 744 


LADIES AND STUDENTS 
ttrip the family budget, 3 or 4 
houra a day. Pleasant work. 
Watkins, <nr helpful. 384-2223. 

personable personnel FOR 

rewarding salsa position. Tims 
flexibility. Victoria Press Box 464. 

26 FEMALE HELP ~ 

WANTED 

ADVERTISEMENTS IN' 
THIS CLASSIFICATION 
MUST COMPLY WITH 
THE 

BRITISH COLUMBIA 
HUMAN RIGHTS ACT 
SEE COLUMN 1 

SECRETARY 

\- ( ?*f ,— '^ble to organize 3 men. 
Variety uf duties. Your Job Includes 
reception dealing with clients. 
Good typing and shorthand Pre- 
\ious office background required 
preferably in a real estate office. 
Salary open to sxperisnee offered. 

DRAKE PERSONNEL 

896 Fort Street 3843426 

"Never a fee to Applicant” 

MAKE EASY $$$ 

Your own business, full or part- 
time has>-to-sell Party Hose. Also 
socks tor the entire family, tights, 
•briefs’ or ’bikini’ Panties, etc. 
h i re Instruction and color cata¬ 
logue. Write today: RESLON 
HOSIERY LTD.. 10383 Herbert St" 
Montreal North 459, Quebec. 

RECEPTIONIST - STENOGRAPHER 
required by chartered accountant’* 
office. Must enjoy meeting public 
end be able to type financial 
statements and take dictation. 
Salary commensurate with exper- 
Jfnp*- Fringe benefits Include 
M.s. A., group insurance, pension 
P*®"- . etc F’lease call Price. 

Waterhouse and Co. at 383-4191 for 
Interview. 

INTELLIGENT YOUNG WOMAN 
to help mother 9-5 daily. Light 
housekeeping and care of ^ 2 
children. Must he clean and very 
tidy. Drivers licence an asset 
Modern home with ail conveniences. 
On y those who are fond of 
children and have plenty of 
initiative need apply. For Interview 
phone 477-4865. 

MATURE WOMAN REQUIRED BY 
leading trust company as reception¬ 
ist and typist. Applicant should be 
prepared to give careful attention 
to all direct and telephone Inquiries 
end operate internal PBX telephone 
switchboard. She should have mini- 
mum of 2 years high school and 
one year general office experience. 
Address inquiries to Victoria Prcu 
Box 482. 

IMMEDIATE OPENINGS 
for two personable women who 
need to make a minimum of U 50 
per week full time. 

Car essential. Some outside sales 
experience preferred. Phone for 
Interview: Mr. Wilson at 852-1663 on 
Monday or Tues. between 10:00 
a m. and 2:00 p.m. 

RESPONSIBLE STENOGRAPHER 

required In Qualicum Beach area. 
Duties Include typing, filing, gen¬ 
eral secretarial routine. *S75 offered 
to start or depending on qualifica¬ 
tions. Contact Canada Manpower, 
75 Front St, Nanaimo for further 
details. 

CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS OF- 

flee Green. Horwood, Munro and 
Co. requires secretary to start June 
1- Typing and shorthand are 
required. Some experience In e 
C.A. office la desirable. Please 
call 388-567^. for an Interview. 

„ PART-TIME - FULL TIME 

You can choose your own houra In 
this high (iresllge buaint-at. Qualm' 
for superior Income, security, new 
car and other benefits. Fra# traifang. 

r Mr 

TRUST COMPANY REQUIRES A 
woman with teller and bookkeeping 
experience for the month of Mav 
through September, for Interview, 
Mr* ! I. Itomford. HUM, 

GENTI EMAN REQUIRES COM- 
panion-houxekeeper Lovely home 
and surroundings. Full rharge. live 
In. permanent, driver’s licensed 
si no. Victoria Press, Box 478 

PLAYBOY PLAYMATE TESTS 
are being conducted. Girls inter¬ 
ested send description with photo p, | 

P O. Box 5307. Station ’’B”, 
Victoria. B.C. 

F. X P E RIF. N C E lT\V AITR E SS~M U ST 
he able to work any shift. Apply 
Paul's Restaurant. 190(1 Douglas 
Street, between 12 noon - 8 p.m. 

PERSON FULLY EXPERIENCED 

clipping and grooming all breed* of 
or Ume- 477-5454 or 

477-5719. 

REQUIRED: DE PENDABLE 

woman to care for 3 young children 
In Cadboro Bay home. Phone 477- 
4338. for interview. 

HOLIDAYS? DO YOU NEED 
extra money for your vacation’ Let 

T^IOO y0U ° Ut ' 478 ‘ 47,> ’ S84 ’ fllA8 ' 

MOTHERLESS HOME. 2 CHIL- 
dren. needs middle-aged unattached 
widowed housekeeper. Permanent 

162 *, Vlctorl * Pre “- 

HAIRDRESSER. 4-DAY WEEK, 9-5. 
nappy salon, Annas Taylor Beauty 
Salon. 1004 Broad SL Phone 384 
6015, evenings 598-1R49. 

MATT FISHER LEATHER FASH- 
lons require experienced, competent 
fashion naJes ladles for downtown 
and Hillside. Apply 3846454. 

WAITRESSES MUST BE FULLY 
experienced in dining room service. 
Evening shift. Apply Netloft Restau¬ 
rant. Evenings, 640 Montreal St. 

TELEPHONE SALES - GIRLS~RE- 
qu'red saUry p| Ui commission. 
Apply 10-2 p.m., 904 D Esquimau 

BABYSITTER FOR 2 BOYS. PRE- 
ferahly my home. 14 per weekday 
in Rurnslde Gardena. 382-8792 

after 6. 

CASHIER FOR JEWELLERY 
store, credit experience desirable 
Pcrmarcnt. bondable. Give fall 
particulars. Victoria Press. Box 437. 

WOMAN WITH HOME NURSING 

experience to relieve, Saturday 
morning* end occasionally. Ten 
Mile Point area. 477*3558. 

EXPERIENCED LEGAL SECRE- 
tary.. competent In conveyancing for 
progressive law office, van Cuylen- 
borg and Gray , 383-4147 

LEGAL SECRETARY REQUIRED 
part-time for Solicitor’s Office 
conveyancing experience preferred 
phone 383-2231. 

QUALIFIED HAIR STYLTST 
needed, |«art-tlme, Colwood area. 
478-3641. 

RELIABLE BABYSIT TER 
wanted, llve-ln If possible, age no 
bearing. 478-4130, after 1:30. 

RELIEF COOK REQUIRED FOR 
small guSat house. Must be mature 
and responsible. 477-6040. 

WOMAN TO HELP WITH MY 
business. Particular* to P.O. Box 
1373. Sidney, B.C. r 

EXPERIENCED TELEPHONE 
solicitors to work from your own 
home. Call 862-7880, 9-2 p.m. 

WANTED - MIDDLE - AGED 
housekeeper — companion. Uve-tn. 

592-9877. 

EXPERIENCED DINING ROOM 
waitress wanted. Apply "The Coffee 
House,” Mayfair Shopping Centre. 

HOUSEKEEPER REQUIRED FOR 
large family. Live to. SfraUy week. 
Sidney area. fUO a month. ««-2888. 

SKILLED PAINTING, DEOORAT 
Ing. dean, email Jobs, «1.S5 hour. 
M4M 

BABYSITTER REQUIRED 6-12:30 
p.m. My home weekdays. Own 

traneportadon. 384-3791. 


LIVE-IN SITTER-HOUSEKEEPER 
to take over mother's duties. 88f) 
monthly plus room and board. 
Expectant unwed mother welcome. 

3834)272. 

EXPERIENCED WAITRESS 
wanted, morning and afternoon 
shift. Apply in person to Mrs 
Page, before 2 pm., Scott's Cafe, 
850 Yates. 


FEMALE HELP 
WANTED 


AVON CALLING 
GORGE AND ARDMORE 
GET RID OF WINTER BILLS and 
put some Spring la your step, 
an Avon Representative. It's easy 
and Interesting. No experience 
necessary. Why put It off’ Call 
now: Mrs. O. Settler. 384-7345. 


EXPERIENCED MIDDLEAGED 
housekeeper for a family of 2 
adults in the- Uplands. Llve-ln. 
Private aulte. No caking. Good 
salary and working condition*. 
References required. Reply In 
detail to victoria Press, Box 438. 


NEED MONEY? YOU CAN BE A 
trained, high paid cosmatician, 
while receiving your beauty aids 
wholesale for life. Top pay for a 
-pod lion. Call sfler 2. 384- 


sst 


REGISTERED NURSE REQUIRED 
tor summer relief June 1-October 1, 
at Lady Minto Gulf Islands 
Hospital. Ganges on Iwautlful Sait 
Spring Island. Apply to director of 
nursing. 


LARGE VICTORIA LAW FIRM 
requires secretary with wide experi¬ 
ence In conveyancing. Salary com¬ 
mensurate with exp ' 
ability, 80414*6. 


bresax inu AOOIO 1 A 11 I , IUUO I 

Ing stating experience, age and 


i Press, Box 447. 


PART-TIME POSITION A V A 
able for attractive wig stylist. 
Hairdresser not essential. Apply 
M arianne Mortimer. Woolworth 
store, downtown. Wig Boutique. 


KTND WOMAN TO SUPERVISE 2 
school-age girls. In my home, while 
mother works nights, 6-2:30 a.m. 
Permanent. Vicinity Sooke-Metcho- 
sln Intersection. 478-7170. 


HOUSEKEEPER-COMPANION FOR 
country home. Live In, board, 
room, 8125 per month. Give 
assistance to arthritic mother when 
required, 1 small boy. 652-1871. 

PART-TTME PRESSER. MUST" BE 
fully experienced with silk and 
wool. In a modern packaged 
dry cleaning plant. Victoria Press, 
Box 444. 


OAK BAY: RECEPTIONIST 
and stenographer for real estate 
and Insurance office. Oak Bay- 
resident preferred. Part days. 
Phone Monday a.m., 392*2407 


27 TEACHERS WANTED 


ADVERTISEMENTS IN 
THIS CLASSIFICATION 
MUST COMPLY WITH 

BRITISH COLUMBIA 
HUMAN RIGHTS ACT 
SEE COLUMN I 


SMITHERS SCHOOL DISTRICT 
NO. 54 

Applications will l>e welcomed from 
teachers qualified In the following 
fields. 

DISTRICT REMEDIAL 
TEACHER—Applicant must be 
familiar with group and individual¬ 
ized tests and be prepared to plan 
remedial programs for Individual 
students. 

COM M E RCIAL—At the senior 
secondary level. 

Senior Secondary Ctrl* P.E. Appli¬ 
cations to be sent: District Superin¬ 
tendent of Schools. School Board 
Office, Box 766, Smlthers, B.C. 


SCHOOL DISTRICT No. «1 
GREATER VICTORIA 
Appllcarlona are Invited from 
professionally certificated personnel 
tor teaching pneltlana commencing 
September. 1971. 

VOCATIONAL ELECTRONICS 
INSTRUCTOR 

VOCATIONAL CARPENTRY 
INSTRUCTOR 

Apply to District Superintendent of 
Schools. School District No. « 
(Greater Victoria). P.O. Box 700, 
Victoria. B.C. Telephone 592-1211. 
local 278. 


SITUATIONS WANTED 
MALE 


Let us take care of your lawn. 
Relax and enjoy yourself for the 
most reasonable rates available in 
Victoria. Let the experts do all the 

work 

Free fertilizing for all our 
new customers. 

382-8308 

Please keep this advert 


DUTCH LANDSCAPER 
Redesign your garden for lower 
maintenance costs. Complete land¬ 
scaping service including rockwalls, 
brick work, patios, ponds, supply of 
nursery stock, etc. Low winter and 
year round maintenance rates tn 
effect now. Free estimates. Phone 
592-1972 or 592-3748. 


CARPENTRY: Kitchen, basement 
r e modelling, cabinets, arbortte, 
ceilings. 

PAINTING: Interior, exterior. Free 
estimates. Reasonable. reliable. 
References. 502-3490 or 598-1945. 


REMEMBER THESE NUMBERS. 
3x1-7217 or 4741254 before noun and 
after 5 p.m. Painting and decorat¬ 
ing. minor repairs, light hauling. 


for man or woman with 
and a car. Walkin’* 
Service. 364-2226. 




my home. Oak Bay South. 


HOI'.SKKKKPER. 
lady. 582-2006. 


BY SINGLE 


ATTENTION APARTMENT BLOCK 
owners and managers. Suites re¬ 
painted effeclently and reasonably. 
384-7217 or 4741254 before noon and 
after 5 p.m. 


RELIABLE STUDENT WILL DO 
painting and odd Jobs. 382-7 ha5. 


2ft SITUATIONS WANTED 


GENT DESIRES EMPLOYMENT 
valid companion-houseman. -Experi¬ 
enced. Clubs, etc. Urgent Victoria 
Press, Box 426. 


ODD JOBS, |2 HOUR OR ESTI- 

mate. Painting, fencing. rough 
carpetry. handyman. R. GrtfOn, 384 

janitor! EXPERIENCED, AIL 

aolutely reliable, bondable. requires 
evening shift. Full or part-time. 
Contract or hourly rate. 3844690. 

FREE ESTIMATES. STUDENT 
with truck desires any moving, 
hauling or trucking, odq Jobs 47s- 


«„muI Jobs. 
», 477-5132. 


’PAINTER” 

Clean tradesman. Mg or si 
Interior, exterior. 383-5906, ( 

HELP US~GET THROUCH~OOI.- 
lege. Comctentlous gardening odd 
Jobs. J2 an hour 477-8498. 


39 YEAR OLD EX-NAVY PETTY 
Officer wants permanent Job. Con¬ 
sider anything. 478-6304. 


BEAT HIGH PRICES. PAINTING. 
Interior and exterior. Any room 115 
to 825. Reference, 386-0902. 

LANDSCAPING! REDE sTc N", 
priming, garden clean up, ate 384 


MATURE SALESMAN AVAILABLE 

phoo W ^£&)*T2 Ple *“« 


2 EXPERIENCED PAINT AND 
wall covering experts. European 
and Canadian trained. 4745944. 


EXPERIENCED GARDENER AND 
fence repairer. 3843698. 


CLEAN UP. MOWING, PAINTING. 
Call anytime. 382-0931. 


FAMILY MAN WANTS GARDEN- 
Ing. painting and odd Jobs. 383-5103. 

GRASS CUTTING. ANY TOUGH 
mowing Job. 382-4844. 


M SITUATIONS WANTED 
FEMALE 


QUIET LADY IN 40S NEEDS 
unfurnished guest house or cottage 
In return for part-time work as 
office or business help, companion. 
Victoria Press. Box 439. 

I.OVING DAYCARE, ENCLOSED 
play area. playmates. Lunches 
included. Very reasonable. Town 
and Country area. 388-0038. 

GOOD HOUSE CLEANERS AVAIL- 
able on short notice. Reliable and 
trustworthy. Welfare Mother's House 
Cleaning Association. Phone 383-0866. 


GOOD WORKERS WANT HOUSE 
Cleaning Jobs. Available on short 
notice. Work guaranteed. Phone • 

to 5. 385-8735. 


QUALIFIED MEDICAL RECORDS 
technician seeks full or part-time 
employment. Good references. Phone 

385- 0915 or 3849891 _ 

WIDOW. EXPERT COOK-COM- 
panton like position, mature family, 
reasonaMe hours, references. Vic¬ 
toria Press, Box 468. 


E X PERIENCED CLERK-TYPIST, 
receptionist, telex, cardex, Invoicing, 
filing, etc. 3845601. 


MOTHER WITH SMALL CHILD 
wishes housekeeping Job in mother¬ 
less home. 385-8202 

EXPERT AT HOUSEWORK, ALSO 
mending and Ironing, have Friday 
available. 3“ -“■* 


RESPONSIBLE LADY WILL COME 
In your home to do housekeeping. 
193-2884. 


I'VE GOT TIME TO SPARE. WILL 
take your children to the Fair. 
Reasonable rate*. 383-9520. 


WILL BABYSIT MY HOME. DAY- 
time, Stmpsona-Seara area. Reason¬ 
able. 382-3327. 


SI SITUATIONS WANTED 
MALE OR FEMALE 


HELP UNEMPLOYED FAMILIES 
— Sprint clean-up. gardens or 
housework. Pick-up, delivery. Any 
odd Jobs. Phone Youth Industries, 
388-3743._ 

TRADE SCHOOLS 


TRAINEES WANTED 
I.B.M. Keypunch, Computer pro¬ 
gramming. NCR. Machine 
Accounting. 

DRAFTING 

Architectural. Mech.. Structural 
Our representative will In* testing 
In the Victoria Area during the 
week of May 17. 1971. For 

appointment write McKay Tech. 
2Q4-510 West Hastings. Vancouver. 


58 BANDS, MUSICIANS 
AND ORCHESTRAS 


WANTED: LEAD GUTTAR AND 
bass gutter player for booking 
starting end of month. Phone John. 
388-7981 


J .G .A.. PL ATS BIG BAND 

stereo tape music for weddings — 
“ * parties. 4742468. 


VARIETY BAND NEEDS LEAD 
guitar and-or organ player. 383-825? 

LEAD GUITAR PLAYER FOR 
country band. John, 3849027. 


An Antique Hunter some¬ 
where want* what you have. 
Sell It for cash with a 
Classified Ad. Dial 386-2121 
now! 


COMMUNITY SERVICES 
INFORMATION DIRECTORY 

Adoption, Foster Care, Child Protection, 

Unmarried Parents- 

— Victoria, Oak Bay, Esquimalt, Saanich 

and Central Saanich .. .. * 582-3121 

— View Royal, Langford, Colwood, Sooke 478-5516 
— Sidney, North Saanich, Gulf Islandt 656-3911 

Alcoholism _____ 583-0415 

Birth Control .... _ ... 384-0571 

Day Care, Family and Marriage Counselling 382-5121 
Emergency numbers, see the inside cover of 
the Telephone Directory: 

Family Allowance, Old Age Security and 

Guaranteed Income Supplement 588-3631 

Financial Assistance (Social Allowance and 
Supplement to Old Age Security): 

— Victoria . 384-0371 

— Saanich 385-4451 

— Oak Bay, Esquimau, Langford, Col- 

wood, Sooke . 478-5518 

— Sidney, Central and North Saanich, 

Gulf Islands . 656-3941 

Homemaker . sot-5135 

Legal Aid —Criminal . 386-1465 

— Civil . SOT-eiil 

(Local 8813) 

Low Rental Housing . 886-2704 

Public Health (Pre-Natal, Well Baby.'lm- 
munlzaiton and V.D. Clinics; School 
Health Services; Sanitation Services): 

— Victoria, Esquimalt . 884-0571 

— Saanich, View Royal .S86-S251 

— Oak Bay . 598-8811 

— Langford, Colwood, Metchotin. 478-1757 

— Sidney . 656-1188 

~ Spo k<? . 642-8122 

— Ganges . 587-5424 

Services for th£ Elderly 888-4268 

Suicide Prevention . .. . 386^6304 

Information on Community Health, Welfare, ' 
Recreational, Educational and Cultural 

Se^vlc^, . 388-7391 

Published Dolly as a Public 


Classified-Victoria's Largest Proven Market Place - Where Your Articles Sell Faster! Cost Less to Sell - 386-2121 


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Lowther 


Sunday Highlights 


C-l:30 p.m. — KERO 
may show a pictorial 
essay on Mississippi by 
Henri Cartier - Bresson, 
if there's time after hoc¬ 
key—7. 

07:00—Frog Prince is 
a new Muppets fairytale 

- 2 , 6 . 

09:00 — Last of the 
Wives of Henry VTH 
- 2 , 6 . 

• 010:00 - The an¬ 
nual TV Emmy Awards. 
Might as well recom¬ 
mend them ’cause you’ll 
watch anyway—5. 

10:00 — NET Fanfare 
profiles Cuhan-American 
ballerina Alicia Alonso 
- 9. 


Sunday 
Sport 

010:00 a.m. — U.S. 
amateur gymnastic fin¬ 
al s-7. 12 . 

• 011:00 - Stanley 
Montreal — 2, 6, 7, 12. 

Ol :30 p.m— Byron Nelson golf ends - 4 



Program Schedules for Sunday 


l»Ufl Victoria, B.C., Surrey, May 9, 1971 JJg * 

42 EDUCATION 


Program* sebject to tost a 




"I’m terribly sorry, Mr. 
Agnew. 1 can’t Imagine what’s 
keeping them.** 

Cup hockey: Chicago at 


Sunday Movies 

c-ll :00 a.m. — No title available — 4. 

1:3U p.m. — When My Baby Smiles at Me (1948 Betty 
Grable musical). Plus Dan Dailey, Jack Oakie. When my 
baby smiles at me, I get suspicious — 5. 

1 :.10—Carry On Regardless (1963 jollity time)—12. 

2:00 No title available—2. 

C-2:30 — Reluctant Astronaut (1966 Don Knotts) — 7. 

04:00 — Johnny Guitar (nauseating 1953 Joan 
Crawford out 1 west). Plus Sterling Hayden, which this 
time is a minus — 11. 

4:30 — Tarzan and the Slave Girls (1950 Lex 
Barkerot). Today, it would be a nudie and even Chita 
would be hairless — 7. 

06:00 — Spencer’s Mountain (1963 family adventure, 
not bad at all), Henry Fonda, Maureen O’Hara, good 
support — 11. 

09:00 — How to Steal a Million (entertaining 1966 
crime comedy), Audrey Hepburn, Peter O’Toole, Eli 
Wallach, Charles Boyer — 4. 

09:00 — Opposite Sex (dreadful 1956 remake of The 
Women), June Allyson, Anne Sheridan. The original was 
fun, this is a soaper- 12. 

• 10:00 — Psycho (I960 Hitchcock classic). Tony 
Perkins, Janet Leigh, Vera Miles, John Gavin, Martin 
Balsam. One of the scariest films ever and definitely not 
for little folk — 7. 

011:20 — Omar Khayyam <1957 Cornel Wilde). The 
bread’s mouldy and the wine’s sour — 6. 

11:45 — Woman on the Beach (1947 heavy luv stuff), 
Joan Bennett, Robert Ryan. Don’t you dare watch — 2. 

t2:00 — All the Brothers Were Valiant (weak 1953 
whalers action), Robert Taylor, Stewart Granger, Ann 
Blyth. When it comes to whale movies, I blubber over 
Gregory Peck — 4. 

Sunday Radio 

• 11:00 a.m. — Stanley Cup hockey: Chicago at 
Montreal — CBU (690). 

3:00 p.m. — Attention, my barber and other Elgar 
fans: Choral Concert features his The Kingdom. Elgar’s, 
not my barber’s — CBU-FM (105.7). 

5:05 — Toujours Remember When. Gee, bilingualism! 

- CJVI (900). 

7:35 Opera Theatre: Mozart’s Mercy of Titus — 
CBU-FM. 

8:00 — The weekly CBC program report — CBU. 

8:05 — Stereopera has the Renata Tebaldi recording 
of Adriana Lecouvreur by Cilea — CFMS (98.5). 

• 

Monday Highlights 

08:30 p.m:—Premiere of the first “summer” 

replacement show. It Was a Very Good Year. The subject 
is nostalgia, the year is 1945 and the talents include Mel 
Torme, Henry Fonda, Dinah Shore—4. 

11:00—Patrick McGoohan’s Danger Man returns at 
this time weekdays—12. 

011:50—The CBC repeats higldights of the royal visit 
last Friday to the B.C. Interior—2. 

CABLE 10-7:00 p.m., Ladies First; 7:30, Project 
Travel; 8:00, Music Victoria; 8:30, Outdoorsmen, sailing; 
9:00, Canadian Forces Pacific; 9:30, Council of Churches’ 
Connections series. 

Monday Movies 

NOTE: Four movies recommended this week — 
which isn’t l>ad. The best are Ox-Bow Incident on Tuesday 
and Night of the Hunter on Thursday. 

9:00 a.m.—No Questions Asked (crumby 1951 crooks), 
George Murphy, Arlene Dahl, Barry Sullivan. Count the 
cliches -4. 

12:45 noon—Prize of Arms (1964 English crime 
drama, not bad). Stanley Baker. Tom Bell. The English 
do these well—6, 8. 

04:00 p.m.—And Now Miguel (1966 boy s adventure), 
Michael Ansara, Guy Stockwell. Young boys may like 
it-7. 

4:30—Miracle Kid (1941). Nobody will like it—13. 

5:31-Apache Drums (1951). If we all put our TV sets 
In a circle, this Indian turkey may ride away—12. 

7:30—Sombrero (1953 Mexican adventure, just 
routine), Richardo Montalban. He must be the busiest 
actor alive—12. 

09:00-One Million Years. B.C. (1967 Raquel Welch 
the cavewoman). A joy to behold, a lot of fun and not 
really a bad film; in fact, the best of the day—4. 

09:00- Berlin Affair (tedious 1969 intrigue), Darrhn 
McGavin, Fritz Weaver. If you’re not watching Raquel, 
y.nj’re net alive—5. 

11:00—Sins of Jezebel (putrid 1954 spectacle). 
Paulette Goddard. One of those cheapos where the spear 
carriers wear sneakers—13. 

11:30—Desert Rats (corny 1953 Africa war), Richard 
Burton, James Mason, Robert Newton, many familiar 
faces. If you like it, I’m sorry—7. 

12:20—Tower of London (fairish 1939 Karloff-Rathbone 
fun)—2. 

1:00 a.m.—Danger: Women at Work (woeful 1943 war 
comedy), Patsy Kelly. I’m not against Women’s Lib but 
this Is ridiculous—13. 

1:05—Destroyer (1943, another wartime phoney). 

Edward (3. Robinson, Glenn Ford and Co. win the war 

singlehanded—12. 

Monday Radio 

8:05 p.m.—Rudy Hartman has a fine pairing on Gala: 
the Malcuzynski recordings of Ch opin’s second and 
Rachmaninoff’s third concertos —CFMS (98.5». 

10:30—Theatre 10:30 this week is a four-part 
Homblower in the Pacific—CBU (690). 

11:30—Cadenza recalls Ivor Novello. which few people 
do any more—CBU. 

• —Recommended; GColor. 


CBUT 2 

homo 4 

KING 9 

CtXEK 4 

MHO 7 


GUAM 8 

KCT8 8 

KTNT li 

KVOS 12 

KTVW 18 


Farm Yottth 

Golden Year* 

Jonny Quest 
Cattanooga Cats 

Ring; Life Signs 

The Answer 

Dean: Davay 

Insight 

* 

Dav of Discovery 

It Is Written 
Mormon Choir 
Camera Three 

S:« 

St 66 

6l66 

6:36 




Discovery Day i 
Anchor 

Catliedral Tmrw. 
Cathedral Tmrw. 


Hockey 

Hockey 

Bullwlnkle 

Discovery 

Movie 

Movie 

Today /Tomorrow 
Gardening 

Comm. Workshop 
Hot Dog 

Hockey 

Hockey 

Amateur Athletes 
Amateur Athletes 
Hockey 

Hockey 

16:66 

16:36 

11:66 

U:S6 



News (10:15) 

Hour of Power 

Hour of Power 

Oral Roberta 

Amateur Athletes 
Amateur Athletes 
Hockey 

Hockey 


Hockey 

Hockey 

Hockey 

FUm 

Movie 

Movie 

Movie 

Netsun Golf 

Jam bo 

Wunda Wunda 

Let’s Catch WH» 
Movie 

Hockey 

Hockey 

Hockey 

Film 

Hockey 

Hockey 

Hockey 

Cartier-Bresson 

13:66 

13:36 

1:66 

1:36 

New* 03:46) 
Ckomroads 

Oral Roberts 


Hawaii Film 

Rex Hum bard 

Rex Hum laud 
Kathryn Kuhiman 

Hockey 

Hockey 

Hockey 

Movie 


Movie 

Movie 

Movie 

Movie 

Nelson Golf 

Nelson Golf 

Nelson Golf 
Directions 

Movie 

Movie ' 

Comment 

Meet the Press 

World Tomorrow 
Under Attack 

Under Attack 
Outdoor Sports 

Animal World 

Movie 

Movie 

Movie 

M66 

8:36 

8:66 

3:36 

World Tomorrow 
Under Attack 

Under Attack 
Outdoor Sports 


Voice of Calvary 
Rifleman 

Laramie 

Laramie 

Movie 

Movie 

Movie; B.C. 

TVue Adventure 


Analog: Gardens 
Country Canada 
Audubon 

Hymn Sing 

bwues, Answers 
Seattle Series 

The Brides 

The Brides 

Five Side* 

Five Sides 

Diiktari 

Daktari 

TEA 

Country Canada 
Audubon 

Gun* moke 

Face the Nation 

Movie 

Movie 

Movie 

4:66 

4:36 

6:66 

t:|6 

Album TV 

Question Period 

Untv. Challeng* 
Gunsmoke 


Movie 

Movie 

Movie 

Movie 

Face the Nation 

12 Replay 

Mayberry 

Animal World 


Disney World 

Disney World 

Frog Prince 

Frog Prince 

Ed Sullivan 

Ed Sullivan 

Henry VI11 

Henry VIII 

Challenge 

News 

Untamed World 
Celeb. Bowling 

News 

News 

World Zoos 

Disney World 

Disney World 

Bill Cosby 

Bonanza 

Bonanza 

G unsmoke 

Don Messer 

Frog Prince 

Frog Prince 

News 

Lowell Thomas 
Lassie 

Hogan’s Heroes 

6:66 

6:36 

1:66 

7:36 

Gunsmoke 

Don Messer 
Untamed World 

Hee Haw 

Sesame Street 
Sesame Street 

Mister Rogers 

Face to Face 

Movie 

Movie 

Movie 

Movie 

News 

Arni* 

Hawaii 54) 

Hawaii 5-0 

Youth Speaks 

True Story 

FBI 

FBI 

Movie 

Movie 

Ed Sullivan 

Kd Sullivan 

Henry VIII 

Henry VO! 

Ed Sullivan 

Ed Sullivan 

Glen Campbell 

Glen Campbell 

55 

6:66 

6:31 

Hee Haw 

Here’s Lucy 

Human Journey 
Human Journey 

Jean Shepherd 

World We Live la 
The Possessed 

The Possessed 

Movie 

Outdoors 

70s Scenario 

Ask Doctor 

Ed Sullivan 

Ed Sullivan 

Movie 

Movie 

Big Picture . v 

Soul Subjects 

Henry VTII 

Weekend 

News 

Politics; Movie 

Movie 

Movie 

Movie 

New* 

Emmy Awards 
Emmy Awards 
Emmy Awards 
New* 

Twilight Zone 

. 

Henry VUI 

Weekend 

News; Movie 

Movie 

ftlovie 

Movie 

News 

Movie 

16:66 

10:36 

U:66 

U:36 

Marcus W*iby 
Marcus Welby 

News; Wrestling 

WrestMng 

NET Fanfare 

NET Fanfare 

Door to Life 

World Tomorrow 
News 

Movie 

Movie 

Movie; News 

Merv Griffin 

Voice of Calvary 
VoJc* of Church 

Movie 

Movie 

Movie 

Movie 

Movie 

Movie 

Movie 

Movie 

13:69 

13:36 

Wrestling; Word 


1 

Merv Griffin 

Merv Griffin 


CBUT 2 

Program 

Pw 

Sche 

•crams subject to Hu 

dules for Monday 

•t minute changes by stations concerned 


HOMO 4 

KING 5 

CHEK 6 

KIBO 7 

Ttaas 

CHAN 8 

KCTS 9 

KTNT 11 

KV08 12 

KTVW 13 

Mr. DressuD 

Flying Nun 

Len Sampson 
Movie 

Movie x 

Today 

Today 

Telescope 

Telescope 


J. P. Patches 

Capt Kangaroo 
News 

News 

6:66 

6:36 

6:66 

6:36 


Spanish <9:15) 
Science; Listen 

Concentration 

Cartoons 

aMar 0 ” 

Bev. Hillbillies 


Schools Telecast 
Giant: Helene 
Sesame Street 
Sesame Street 

Movie 

News 

Gourmet 

That Girl 

Sole of Century 
Hlywd Squares 
Jeopardy 

Who, Wliat, Where 

Schools Telecast 
Giant: Heiene 

Air University 

Yoga 

Family Affair 

Love of Life 
Where Heart Is 
Search tor Tmrw. 

16:66 

16:36 

U:S6 

11:36 

Yoga 

Air University 

Jean Cannem 

Humanities 

Abt You; Music 

Art <U:12) 

Sesame Street 

I Love Lucy 

Jack Lal^nn* 
Romper Room 
Romper Room 

FamUy Affair 

Love of Life 
Where Heart Is 
Search tor Tmrw. 


Bob Switzer 
Lunciteon Date 
Luncheon Date 

55 North Maple 

Bewitched 

World Apart 

All My Children 
l^t's Make Deal 

di starr 

Days of Our Lives 
Doct«»rs 

Another World 

Noon Show 

Noon; Movie 

Movie 

Movie 

News 

As World Turns 
Many-Splendored 
Guiding Light 

13:66 

12:36 

1:66 

1:31 

News; Morrier 
Morrter; Movie 
Movie 
i Mov ie 

Sesame Street 

Art; Ready 

Set. Go; Spanish 
Music; Spanish 

Memory Gam* 

To Tell Truth 

TBA 

Beat the Cock 

David Frost 

David Frost 

David Frost 
Divorce Court 


What on Earth 
Coronation Street 
Uke 30 

Edge of Night 

Newlywed Gam# 

| Dating Game 
General Hospital 
One Life to Live 

Jury Tria:s 
Somerset 

Dinah's Place 
Virginia Graham 

Movie 

Victoria Scene 

Take 30 

Edge of Night 

Secret Storm 

Edge of Night 

Gomer Pyle 

J. P. Patches 

3:66 

2:36 

3:66 

3:39 

Movie 

Jury Trials 

Another World 

Trbl. with Tracy 

I Best of Worlds 
Scierxe; Covers 
Film Previews 
| Film Previews 

Bright Promise 
Mov ie Game 
Builwltikie 
| S|»eed Racer 

Secret Storm 
Many-Splendored 
It’s Your Bet 
What's My Line? 


Gourmet Show 

Drop- In 

Roc ket P.obinhood 
Woody Woodpecker 

Password 

What's My Line ’ 
Petticoat Junction 
New* 

Mike Douglas 

Mike I-,iig-as 

Mike Drug las 

News 

Gourmet Show 
Drop-In 

Boat the Clock 
Man Trap 

Movie 

Mov ie 
j Movie 

Movie 

| 4:66 

4:26 

1 6:66 

8:3* 

Flint stones 

Pete’s Place 

Heat the Clock 
Man Trap 

Russian Writer* 
Sesame Street 
Sesame Street 
Mlsterogers 

Flintstones 

Addams Family 
GUligan’s Island 

1 Get Smart 

Cartoons 

Cartoons 

I Love Lucy 

Movie 

Movie 

Movie . 

Movie 

K'ahanie 

Hourglass 

Hourglass 

Irish Rovers 

News 

News 

Exploration NVV 
Let's Make Deal 

News 

News 

Truth or Conseq. 
Bird's Eye 

News 

News 

Here's Lucy 

Hogan’s Heroes 

News 

News 

Dick Van Dyke 
Gunsmoke 

1 6:66 

6:36 

7:66 

_7:36 

News 

News 

UFO 

UFO 

Economics 

Fate to Face 
Ecology 

Seattle Senes 

Wild Wild West 
Wild Wild West 
Dragnet 

Perry Mason 

Movie 

News 

Movie 

Movie 

Project 13 

Project 13 

Car Racing 

Car Racing 

Partridge Family 
FP Challenge 

Bold Ones 

Bold Ones 

Man at Centre 
Man Alive 

News 

News; Centennial 

Scene: Movie 

Movie 

Newlywed Game 
Very Good Year 
Movie 

Movie 

Laugh-lto 

Laugh-In 

Movie 

Movie 

Movie 

Movie 

News 

Johnny Carson 

Johnny Carson 
Johnnv Carson 

Partridge Family 
FP Challenge 

Bold Ones 

Bold Ones 

Man at Centre 
Man Alive 

News 

News 

Gunsmoke 

Here’s Lucy 

Mayberry 

Doris Day 

6:66 

SiM 

6:66 

j _ 6:36_ 

16:66 

1 16:36 

11:66 

11:36 

Room 222 

Carol Burnett 

Carol Burnett 

Pig 'n Willstle 

World Press 

World Press 
Realities 

Realities 

Perry Mason 

David Frost 

David Frost 

David Frost * 

Movie 

Movie 

Movie 

Perry Mason 

Perry Mason 

Gunsmoke 

Gunsmoke 

Merv Grlfftn 

Instant Holiday 
Scope 

Bob Corcoran 

Bub Corcoran 

Movie 

Movie 

News 

Dick Cavett 

Carol Burnett 
j Carol Burnett 
News 

Movie 

Ironside 

Ironside 

News 

News 

Western New* 

Book Beat 

Watts Theatre 

I 

News 

News 

Man Trap 

Merv Griffin_ 

Merv Griffin 
• Merv Griffin 

& MfWW 

Bob Corcoran 

Bob Corcoran 

Movie 

Movie 

Dick Cavett 

Dick Cavett 

Western News 

Movie 
j Movie 

13:66 
{ 12:36 

Merv Griffin 

Merv Griffin 

’V- Mjl |. :: 

Movie 

True Story 


FINISH HIGH SCHOOL AT HOME. 


T UTORING - PROrganDKAL 
tieiD by experienced teecher. 
French, Math, new aad old mebod. 

MS-2831. 


EXPERT TUTORING IN ARTS, 
Maths. Sciences. School end Uni¬ 
versity. Remedial reading and 
creative writing. 308-TMT. 

QUALIFIED REMEDIAL 

teacher available for private tutor- 
tng. 3S4-3U2B.■ 


FUEL 


Wood and Sawdust 


WOOD-- WOOD: FIR. DRY LAND 
wood. Not been In salt water. 

3fc oords. sn.tt 
Mixed wood. 2tt cords 610 
?***"«. W r - - - 


2 per tn 
it Fuel ( 


WANTED: TIMBER 
or felled. Top 
Tree Service, a 


WANTED: TIMBER STANDING 

or felled. Top price* paid. Barclay 
Logging and Excavating. 388-5704 


« BUILDING SUPPLIES 


CUBBON LUMBER 
11720 Cook St. 384-8181 

j 515 Alpha St. 386-3288 

BASKETWEAVE FENCING 
| The Good Neighbour Fence 
All Cedar construction. 4x4 posts. 

1 boards, and nails. Prices based 
on 50 root min. 

Reg. SALF. 

38” high lineal foot M .49 

42” high lineal foot .88 .58 

48" high lineal foot .75 .88 

56” high lineal foot .*5 .76 

60” high tines 1 foot 98 .88 

We have fencing folders. 


Reg. BALK 

2.15 1.85 
1.75 1.59 

' “ 1.39 


a 


5.95 

6.9ft 

995 


CEMENT MIXES 

Cement 
Topping Mt\ 

Concrete MU 
Mortar Mix 
LUMBER VALUES 
25 pcs. 2x4 6 Econo 

23 pcs. 2x4— 8 Econo 
25 pcs. 2x4—10 Econo 

ODD N ENDS 

Pre-Cut Cedar Lawn Reg- SALE 
Chairs 3.25 2.49 

*» 4x8 Particle Board 2.99 

7-16 4x8 Particle Board U9 

9-16 4xS Particle Board 
11-16 4x8 Particle Board 3.97 

Insulation. 60 sq. ft. roll 3 59 

1x10 Cedar Siding .12 09 

! CEDAR ROUGH AND DRESSED I 
; SIDE 

; 1x4—6 foot fencing, ea. .22 

Lx6—6 foot fencing, ea. .33 

j lxs—I foot fencing, ea 36 

j 1x8—5 foot fencing, ea 40 

i 1x8—6 foot fendng, ea. .44 

CUBBON LUMBER 

Open 6 Day* a Week 

515 Alpha St. 386-3288 

1720 Cook St. 384-8181 

STEWART & HUDSON 
Building Supply Centre 


BUSINESS SERVICES 
end DIRECTORY 


36 


Accounting Service 


WILL DO ACCOUNTING FOR 
large or small businesses. Confiden¬ 
tial 477-8231 after 4 p.m. 


BUSINESS 8ERVICES 
and DIRECTORY 


Cleanup Service- 


BUSINESS SERVICES 
and DIRECTORY 

Gardening 


16 BUSINESS SERVICES ; ll 
and DIRECTORY 

Painters and Decorators 


BUSINESS SERVICES 
and DIRECTORY 


Tree Service 


Books 

KRISHNA BOOK VOLUME I, 378 
pgs. Krishna Book Volume II. 368 
pgs. Iskcon Press by A. C. 
Bhaktlvedanta S w a m 1 , spiritual 
master of Hare Krishna Movement. 
Deals with the activities of Lord 
Krishna, the Master of all Yoga. 
Available at your local book store 
or at Hare Krislma Temple. 2407 
Fern wood. 3<Htt78. 

NEW BOOK 

’ ROCKHOUNDING and BEACH¬ 
COMBING on Vancouver Island.” 
Only 62.75. Ask to see it at your 
favourite bookstore or at THE 
KOCKHOUND SHOP. 850 Tolmle 
(“where Blanshard ends’ ) 388-5341. 
Closed Mon., open Fri. to 9 p.m. 

POOR RICHARD S USED BOOKS 
Bought — Sold — Exchanged 

923 Fort. 384-4411 108 W. Burnside 

Cabinet Making 

EXPERT CABINET MAKER AND) 
finisher Kitchens, bars, built-ins 
Custom-made furniture, commercial 
work and repairs. 382-1551. 

Carpenters 

FENCES AND SUNDECKS 

Call us anytime, free estimates and 
quality workmanship. Call Vern 
Hildebrand at 383-5203. 

GENERAL REPAIRS, ALTERA- 
tions, additions. Fast, courteous 

service. Free estimate*. _ 

W. EARL EBY 38>0040 

FENCING. BUILDINGS, CEMENT 
work, small Jobs. etc. Reasonable 
rates. 478-1481. 

RENOVATIONS AND REPAIRS. 
(Kitchen cupboards) by hour or 
contract. 478-8287. 

WE CAN START YOUR JOB NOW 

be it big or small. 23 years in the 
trade. Reasonable rates. 382-4722. 

QUALITY WORK AT REASON- 
able rate* Additions, renovations 
Estimate* plane. Glover, 666-3745. 

REMODELLING. REPAIRS. CABI- 
nete, additions. Free estimates. 477- 
1492. 

SWDECKS, CARPORTS, ADDl- 
ttons, kitchen cabinets, everything 
in rarpentry. Reasonable. 479-1026. 

SMALL JOBS MY SPECIALTY 
renovations. D. Fowlle, 386-2803. 

STAIRS. SUNDECKS, CARPORTS. 
Howie 478-4706 

Carprt Cleaning 

ST RAM-MASTER CAR PET 
cleaning. Day or night service. Call 
anytime, 382-4834. __ _ 

Carpet* and IJriolenm 

For immediate in-home 
service for samples and esti-. 
mates of carpets, linoleum 
or tile call Bob Carrie. 382- 
5111. No obligation. 

Standard Furniture Co. 

737 Yates Street 

HOURTGANS CARPETS AND 
Lino* Ltd. Carpets, vinyls, lino¬ 
leums. ceramic tiles supplied and 
professionally installed. Free esti¬ 
mates. 715 Pandora. Phone 396-2401. 

B4E FLOOR COVERINGS LIM 
lied. Carpets. linoleum, tiles and 
seamless floors. Free estimates 
Satisfaction guaranteed. 3947 -A 

Quadra Street 479-1617. 

PARKER JOHNSTON LTD 

1314 Broad Street 382-9181 

WAREHOUSE CLEARANCE! 

NYLON BROADLOOM 64.4o sq.vd. 
Kitchen carpet 66.90 sq. yd. 

Heavy acrylic s!iag 66-85 sq. yd. 

These are not roll ends— 

We can supply large orders 

CARPET TREND 

386-7501 

CARPETS. UNOLEUM. TILE, 
professionally Installed. Reasonable 
rate* Attsfactlon guaranteed. 386- 
8968. 

CARPETS, UNO, CERAMIC TILES 
Installed, reasonable. Eleven years’ 
experience. 383-4062 anytime. 

Cement 

DE GENDT-BIRKETT - CEMENT 

contracting, diamond saw cutting. 
Industrie/ end commercial. Free 
estimates. Drain and sewer work. 
388-6960, 385-5020. 

384-8306 FRANK POLITANO 3*3-3495 
Sewers - Sniard — Cement 

Cleanup Service 


GREEN ACRES 
GARDEN SERVICES 
Now Is the time to have your 
gaiden pul Into top ahape. AU 
phases of beautifying, personalized 
care, redesigning, new lawns, etc. 
Monthly maintenance by contract. 
FREE ESTIMATES 382-8308 


A-l Cleanup Service 

Garages, basements, aUlcs. eaves- 
troughs, yards, compost piles 
cleaned or repaired. Trees pruned. 
We guarantee l*erfecUon. 382-0438. 

YARDS, BASEMENTS CLEANED! 
rubbish hauled away. Commercial 
or residential. Old - age pensioners 
special rates. Alloyd Clean-Up 
Service, 382-1020. 


BASEMENT. BACKYARD CLEAN¬ 
UP and hauling. Fence repairing. 
Free estimate, reasonable rates. 
388-4678. 


GREEN ACRES 
GARDEN SERVICES 
Now is the time to have your 
garden put Into top shape. All 
phases of beautifying, personalized 
car?, redesigning, new lawns, etc. 
Monthly maintenance by contract. 
FREE ESTIMATES 382-8 


PACIFIC LAWN CARE 
Contract maintenance, power rak- 
*—-“— '—— reason- 


LICENSED GARDENER 
Clean up, pruning, etc Gardening 
by contract. 

G. Barta 479-3900 


NEW LAWNS. ROTOVATING, CUT 
lawn. Clean-up etc. Capable experi¬ 
enced Chinese gardener. 479-7078. 


LANDSCAPING — REDESIGN - 
pruning. Garden, cleanup, etc. 382- 

0201. 


$5 AND UP 

2 young responsible met 
large truck Basement. aun», 
compostes, etc., and general clean¬ 
up. Tree removal, very rsssonable. 
Butch. 386-7316 


FREE ESTIMATES 
HAULING. CLEAN UP YARDS, 
itasementx and ref»lr work. Walter 
Hanson. 396-9618 anytime. 

FAST. REASONABLE CLEANUP 
anytime. Scrap metals bougni. mar 
ket prices. 478-7013. 

SPRING CLE AN-UP TIME. 
Yards, basements. Free estimates. 
Call Dale, 478-2915. 

TRUCK WORK, CLEAN UP. ODD 
jobs urgently required. 384-1735. 

Contractors 

RENOVATING 

AND WANT ADVICE? 

Call our Planning Department and 
arrange a meeting with our deatgn 
aind estimating specialist. No pres¬ 
sure — no cilarge if you don't go 
ahead. Leave entire |*roject to us If 
you wish. Financing arranged to 
suit budget. 

SHAWNIGAN 

BUILDING SUPPUES 

3000 Government 392-7261 

W. CAMPBELL LTD. 

General Contractor* 

Building Consultants 

179-3904 

Alterations — Repairs - Cabinets 
WILLIAMS. BRAY 
& WILLIAMS LTD. 

833 CORMORANT ST. 386-7741 

FARMER CONSTRUCTION 

Design — Renovations 
388-5121 

RENOVATION. ADDITION AND 
repair. Kitchens specialty. Alright 
Builders. 479-1160. < 

~G. H. WHEATON LTD. 

Repairs — Alterations — 382-2159 

FRAMING. ALTERATIONS. RE- 
pairs, windows and doors. 3s5-487i,. 
eves. 598 (415. 

Dressmaking 

JEAN’S DRESSMAKING AND AD 
lerations. Moderate prices. 393- 
6676. 

FASHION CRAFT SHOP 

28 West Burnside 385-1542 

DrywaU 

WALL BOARD APPLIED. TAPED 
and finished. Insulation. Texturing. 
Free estimates. 478-4973 or 382-4540. 

Electrical Contractor* 

RESIDENTIAL REWIRING 
Electric heating, appliances in¬ 
stalled. Hydro financing. 

BUCKLE ELECTRIC 

479-3941 385 8083 

OLDER HOMES REWIRED - NO 
down payment. We finance through 
HC. Hydro Plan. 

EDDY’S ELECTRIC - 385-7666 

MoCOY ELECTRIC 

New ami Older Homes 
Rewiring Expert Electric Heating 
386-0S22 or 479-7361 Eves. 

R. PARTINGTON ELECTRIC - 
Service calls. New and old wiring. 
Free estimates 3824836. 

NORM ELLIS — WIRING DONE 
personally. 21) years experience. 383- 
9752 

Fencing 

CHAIN LINK FENCING 

—Free estimates— 
SIMPSONS-SEARS 
388-9111 

PACIFIC FENCING, 592-4161 - 

all types, including screen block. 
Materials. Installations. Estimates. 

CHAIN LINK FENCING 

D.D.P. ENTERPRISES - 385-1512 

Floor Sanding 

JIM DUNCAN . 

Floor sanding and finishing. Ex¬ 
perienced workmanship. 385-0293. 

FLOOR SANDING, FREE ESTI- 
mates. 1950 Prairie prices. 656-4795, 
after 6. 

Furniture Refinlshlng 


RELIABLE EXPERIENCED GAR- 
denerx. *1.75 an hour plus bus fare. 
383-7106. 


ROTOTILLING AND LAWN MOW- 
tng. Phone 479-6969. 


Gutter Cleaning and Repairs 


GUTTERING 


388-9111 


Invisible Mending 


Landscaping 


WEBB AND SON 
384-6827 — Paperhanging, painting. 
Quick, dean, reliable. First • class 
workmanship. 30 years' experience 
Victoria. Terms tf desired. 


STONE WALL. PLANTERS. FIRE- 
places, general landscaping, lawn 
cutting and maintenance. Jaco, 592- 
1355. 


LANDSCAPING. REDESIGN 
pruning, garden clean-up, etc. 382- 

0201. 


ROCK WORK. STONE FACING, 
patios, lawns. Emil, 382-3714. 


BARKER LANDSCAPING 
Rock work, patios, etc. Lawn a 
dallsts. Terms. 383-8323. 


Lawn Service 


ANDY’S PAINT SHOP. 385-2512 
Pai>er hanging. Interior, exterior. 
Brush and spray. First das* 
workmanship. 

DUTCH PA1NTER-PAPERHANGER 
Free Estimates — Low Prices 
CARL ANDRIESSEN 

592-4033 1909 Duchess 

PAINTING. NO JOB TOO SMALL. 

REASONABLE RATES. FREE 
ESTIMATES. CALL 384-0912 OR 478- 
4623. 

PAPER HANGING—PAINTING 
Persona] service. You are sure 
when you call Tommy Harker, 386- 
3474. Low rates. 

W. E. FERRIDAY PAINTING 
AND DECORATING LTD. 

House and apartments. 26 years in 
Victoria. Ph. 383-8333. 

EXTERIOR A1TD INTERIOR 
Special low prices. For clean job 
phone Douglaa. 477-3207. 

PAINTING AND DECORATING, 
free estimates. Phone 4f8-4936 or 
386-6243. 

PAINTING, CRACKED STUCCO 
our speciality. Free estimates. 382- 
7877. 

SAAGER PAIN TING AND 
decorating. Master painter. Reas¬ 
onable prices. 592-2886. 

PAINTING AND DECORATING 
Reasonable rate* Satisfaction guar¬ 
anteed. Terms. 382-7885, 479-2471 

PAINTING, FATHER AND SON 
team. Good work guaranteed. 479- 

5373. 

SCANDINAVIAN 

Painters and Decorators—382-0713 

RICK THE PAINTER 

382-9678 

LET RICK PAINT YOlfo HOUSE 

"happy.” 382-9678. 

Plasterer* 

FRED BLANCHARD A SONS 
Plaster, stucco, drywall 
Repairs, our specialty 

6563698 477-4953 

STUCCO AND PLASTERING, 
quality work, reasonable price. 
Coleman Plastering Ltd. 59S-34SS. 

STUCCO, DRYWALL AND IMITA- 
Uon. granite stone. Stan Olson. 
3834)697 after 9 p.m. 


MT. VIEW TREE SERVICE 
Everything tn Trees 
Telephone answering. Insured. 479- 

3873. 


39 PERSONALS 

ATTRACTIVE WI DOW WITH 
children, wishes to meet unattached 
refined, intelligent gentleman, 3545. 
for dances, movies and social 
outings. Appreciate details and 
recent photo. Victoria Press, Box 
481. 


4’X8'x3/16” 
4'xK’xV 
4'x4'x'»” 
2-X4-XL ” 

I'xb’v V 
4‘\»’x V 
4'xS’x7'N>’ 

4 \VX 9 / 16 ” 
4x8x11/16” 


Hard board 
Hard board 
Maid board 
Pegboard 
Pegbjard 
Pegboard 
Parttde board 
Partide board 
Particle board 


20 " xl44"xS’ 
3b”x72"x V 
jrx96”xS" 
j ' x t v ’x i" 
3TX96-W 

23V'x48”xV 

1»%”xG2"xV 


YARD CARE SERVICE 
Lawn cutting: power raking; Areat- 
Ing; tilling: c)ean-up. A Sendee of: 

GARDEN CITY SPRINKLERS 
834 Johnson 383-4244 


! AWN CUTTING MY SPECIALTY. 
Reasonable. 10 years' experience 
384-9810. 


SALEM GROWERS LTD 
Power raking and mowing. Aera 
*— and fertilizing.' 653-3318. 'Sil¬ 


ting 

2973. 


GRASS CUTTING. FREE ESTI- 
mates. 3S5-3617. 


Masonry 


FIREPLACES. CHIMNEYS. ANY 

type masonry work and repair* 
385-6340 or 592-6964. 


FIREPLACES. ROCK OR SLATE 
Veneers. Stpkes Masonry. 3S3-1636 


FIREPLACES, CHIMNEYS AND 
repairs. Ron Henson. 478-1557. 


Millinery 


HATS AND BRIDAL HEADPIECES 
to order. Dress alterations. 


Painters and Decorators 


ISLAND 
DECORATORS 
Painters Paperbangers 
Spray Painter^* 
Plaster Repairs 
Convenient Time Payments 
3 83-9059 Eves. 382-1479 

painto/g* 

Texture sad S^f woric.* Will do all 
BAPCa °GEN^r5l and PR ~ 

USBSrie* 


ram 

ItJDEL 


REMODL 
RENEW 

Your home’s beauty 
Free estimates - terms 
Ted Hill-Tout 
3684012 1900 Oak Bay Ave 


Plumbing and Heating 

LEAKY TAPS. WATER LINES 
Repairs. Renovations, New Work 
Reasonable. Easy Terms. 
“NO JOB TOO SMALL" 
Osborne Sales A Service Ltd. 
386-7861 


ELECTRIC SEWEROOTER. 
clean:. di ains. fast «3d efficient. 
Jim Nott Plumbing and Heating 
Ltd. 382-9300. 


S AND M PLUMBING 
New Work — Alterations — Repairs 
476-1313 Reasonable 3&8513 


Roofing and 8!ding 


S1MPSONS-SEARS 
ASPHALT SHINGLES 

Supplied — Installed 
Ask about our exclusi 
heavy duty 250-lb. Superlock, 
15-year guarantee. 

SIMPSONS-SEARS 
Roofing Materials 
388-9111, Local 264. 


PARKER JOHNSTON LTD. 
1314 Broad St. 382-91f 

Roofing, insulation e* vert rough*. 
"Our experienced workmanship 
to stand the test”. 

VICTORIA ROOFING AND 
INSULATION CO. LTD. 
Exclusive Oarlock wind proof 


KINGHORN AND SMITH TREE 
Service. Topping. Limbing. Falling. 
Insured, free estimates. Satisfaction 
guaranteed. 478-2754 or 478-4436. 

•TREES TAKEN DOWN AND 
removed. Very reasonable. Free 
estimates. Butch 3X6-7316. 

HOUSTON TREE 

Free evtimaf^Tnsiuef* 3X8-9515. 

Upbolstory 

DEL INTERIORS AND 
MODERNIZING 

1CIU6 Rqssell 382-2131 

RE-UPHOLSTERING BY EURO- 
pean craftsman. Sample shown In 
y our home. 3S5-8S59. 

Window Cleaners 

EXPERT ~ WINDOW CLEANING, 
free estimates, reasonable rutas. | 
Brent’s Window Cleaners. 382-7962. 

38 TRAVEL 

— VICTORIA’S ONLY - | 

CHARTER FLIGHT 
INFORMATION OFFICE 

CHARTER FLIGHT 
CONSULTANTS 

323 Yarrow Bldg., Victoria 
338-4113 386-2485 

CHARTER FLIGHT 
Information Centre 1 

Listings of all charter uignu On* 
way riighta to and from Europe. 
A.so relative flights from Europe to 
Vancouver return. 

383-1233 

I N T E RNATIONAL CHARTERS- 
1971 list of return, one-way and 
relative flights U.K.. Continent, 
Africa. India. Hong Kong. 687-2855. 
11*6-709 Dunsmulr St., Vancouver L 
B.C 

HAWAIIAN APARTMENT ON 
ISI-ANO OF MAUI. Reasonable 
day. weekly and monthly rales. 
Contact Jim Hanson. 479-5810. 

39 PERSONALS 

$250 REWARD 

For information leading to recovery 
of missing small while marble and 
Ormolu clock and other Hems. 
Clock Approx. 15 Inches high, 
stands on four white marble pilliin*. 
Information kept private. 642-30x6, 
643-6628. 

PREGNANT UNMARRIED GIRLS 
may call Family and Children’s 
Service anytime. 382-5121 tor profes¬ 
sional help from Registered Social 
Workers. Interview:* are free and 
*N'vi<'es extensive 

DUTCH WORKING MAN. 37. 
seeks contact with sincere lady for 
outings and companionship, object 
matrimony. Victoria Press, box 
426. 

NEW BRUNSWICK 

Anyone wishing transportation May 
21. 22. 23. Help drive ami share 
expenses. Contact Private E. Ward 
c/o HMCS Provider. Victoria, B.C. 

EX-FRENCH TEACHER, 33 YEARS 
wishes to meet lady, preferably 
nurse or teacher, who enjoys the 
outdoors. (Scuba diving, Qying, 
sailing: Victoria Press. Box 460. 

WANTED - GIRL COMPANION 
for 38 -ft. sailboat for extended 
cruising Apply "Freedom" jLock 
"E”, Canoe Cove Marina, wvailz 
Bay. 

GENTLEMAN. MID 40S. WARM 
and sincere with varied Interests, 
seeks lady friend. Plea* send 
details and photo. Object matri¬ 
mony. Victoria PreM, Box 4W» 

SKIERS - HAVE ACCOMMODA- 
tlon for Whistler. May 24 weekend, 
two # Pbone^JSSi&Grooms. only need 

WE ARE INTERESTED IN MEET- 
ing other couples In their 40s for 
social activities and friendship. 
Victoria Press. Box 438. 

WIDOWN EARLY FIFTIES. SO- 
daily presentable, educated. Uke to 
meet business or professional 
gentleman. Victoria Press. Box 465. 

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS 

If you have a drinking problem and 
want to cult, nhooe •SSIHIS 


WITNESSES SOUGHT 
Witnesses or anyone in vicinity of 
auto accident Sooke Rd.-Dewdney 
Flats March 22, ’71. 7:00 to 7:30 
a.m., please phone 386-6184 week¬ 
days. 


40 BUSINESS PERSONALS 


THINKING OF 
NEW CARPETING? 

Confused about the differ¬ 
ence between Acriian, 
Propylon, Nylon, etc.? 

Will it pack down? 

Will it wear out? 


Particle board 
Particle board 
Particle board 
Particle board 
Sanded Ply 
Sanded Ply 
Sanded Ply 


PAINT BARGAINS - S3 99 Gallon 

White Exterior Latex 

White Interior Latex 

White Exterior OU 

Fence Stain 62.49 Gallon 

< Rrwn, Red or Green > 

4” Stain Brush - es. *1.39 

FENCING 

Brand new Striated Cedar Slmke 
Fence. On Display. Ask for our 
Fencing Booklet. 

OPEN 6 DAYS A WEEK - T 30 to 

5:30 

CHARGES - BUDGETS - 386-3211 
400 BLOCK GORGE ROAD EAST 

STEWART & HUDSON 


S. J. PEDEN LTD. 


INSULATION 
2V Fibreglass. 


tt 


66 25 


It’s a n investment 
needs consideration! 
my experience help you 
No obligation! 


I have happy customers 
from Manchester to Sidney 
and our prices start at 2.88 
sq. yd. 

NO JOB TOO SMALL. 

Give me a call anytime — 
Ian Rowland, Carpet Man¬ 
ager, Simpsons-Sears, 381 
8111 or residence 479-5688. 


I ARBORITE SPECIAL 

that'7 beaut’lul colors to choose from, 
j all 4x8 sheets ONLY "ttS.95 

i PANELLING AND PARTICLE 
BOARDS 

' 4x8 Cabin grade mahog. P-F *2.89 
4x8 Preftn. V.G. mahogany S3.35 
4x8 As|>enlte 
4.\3 Hawaii 5 teak 
4x8 Summer cedar 
4x8 Walnut birch 
4x8 Heritage eim 


*3.69 

es 

«8.95 

17.95 


Stamps and Coins 


REFINISHING - REPAIRS 
Alpha Finishers Ltd. 

WB21 479-3640 «VM. 


_j type* of painting. All type* of 
repair*. Commercial, farm, residen¬ 
tial. Lowest rate*. Terms. Work 
guaranteed. 479 6666. 


INTERIOR, EXTERIOR, 
able price*. 385-9871. 


1875 TEN GUILDER PIECE, 
cellent condition. 385-0649 


BE SURE TO SEE THE A S K. 
Exhibit “God and HI* World.” On 
display at the Victoria Exhibition. 

PREGNANT AND DISTRESSED? 
We can help you. Phuoe Birthright. 
384-1431. 


ABORTION C OUNSELLING 

lervlce: Call 598-2122. if no answer 

null n era in * 


SCHIZOPHRENICS ANONYMOUS 

Phone 384-5897 after 7 p.m. 


EDWARD OF DEC 
Phone Ruby 


DIVORCE GROUNDS? 
PRESENTLY 
SEPARATED? 

CURIOUS ABOUT CANADA'S 
NEW DIVORCE LAWS? 

A* a public service. Universal 
Divorce Financing Ltd. Is offering 
at no cost, a limited number ol 
copies of Canada's new 

DIVORCE ACT 

Only 1 per enquiry. Write tor your 
free copy to: 

Universal Divorce Financing 
< Victoria) Ltd. 

420 Yarrow Bldg., 388-7385 
645 Fort St.. Victoria. B.C_ 

BONG KONG. EXCHANGE 2J06 
ft. four-bedroom flat with Mer¬ 
cedes. butli air conditioned, for 
house or apartment including car 
In Victoria for July to August. Flat 
has quality furnishings, magnificent 
view, near downtown, live in maid. 
Comfortable 37 ft diesel cruiser 
with coxswain available at U.S. 
MXi for two months plus fuel and 
extras. Victoria Press. Box 251 


FIR PLYWOOD 

36x96x*, Sanded $5.80 

4 \ s -', Sanded 14.25 

4x8.\4* Sanded 66.55 

4x8x11-16 Sanded $7.75 

4x8.x 1 ,* Unsanded 65.05 

4x8x* Unsanded 97 60 

TRAILER PANELLING 
SPECIAL 

4x7 Monte Carlo Pecan 64.35 

I 4x8 Monte Carlo Pecan 64.65 

I Building a Camper or Trailer? 
Plans and all Materials in Stock 
at Reasonable Prices 

j 8 to 5 Monday Through Saturuay 

S. J. PEDEN LTD. 

2855 Quesnel St. 386-3464 


LARGE SELECTION OF SYN- 
thetlc wigs; also service human 
hair wigs. Personal, confident 
service. Call Mrs. Elsie Plunkett or 
Mr. Stan Larsen. 38M614. 18 

Centennial Square. 


IF YOU WANT TO BUILD A 2 
bedroom home under $10,000 on 
your own cleared lot ready to 
move Into, writ* Box 1^76. 
Courtenay, B.C. for further Infor¬ 
mation. 


SIMPSONS-SEARS 

CITATION 

KITCHEN CABINETS 

Let our planning and design 
experts plun your “Dream 
Kitchen.’’ Superbly crafted 
cabinets in luxurious hard¬ 
wood finishes. Phone for 
free no-obligation estimate. 

When you remodel 
, rely on the experts 

at 

SIMPSONS-SEARS 

388-9111 


FAMILY COUNSELLING 
Mr. Reg. Clarkson, B.A., M.8.W., 
R.S.W.. a private social work 
practice tor marriage counselling, 
sexual adjustment, and tor alcohol 
and drug problems. Plvm* 384-0912. 


OSBORNE HEALTH CLINIC 
635 Humboldt M34. 

Empress Hotel 
Steam. Massage, Shower 
Bus. 384-2113 Res. 3*44-2776 


spr Y ng Into spr Y ng 
at the Y 

880 Courtney 386-7511 


MEDITATIVE MASSAGE. QUIET, 
restful surroundings. Complete 
privacy. For appointment and 
Information. 384-7734 between 6 am. 
and 12 noon weekday*. 


INDOOR PRIVATE POOL AND 
m Open restricted basis. 6 
am. -10 p.m. dally. Information. 
S86-1312 


CLAIRVOYANT AND TRANCE 

medium. Questions answered, advice 
given. Mrs. Payn-Jones. 396-3603. 


VICTORIA HYPNOSIS CENTRE 
LTD.. 8-816 Fort St, 388-9723. 


42 


EDUCATION 


ART CLASSES. IS YOUR CHILD 
keen on art? Encourage the 
development of his Interest and 
talent. Small classes. Qualified 
teacher, r easonable oust 4760608. 

KINDERGARTEN FOR 4 AND 5- 
year-olds. Register now for Sep¬ 
tember. Dally 6-11:30, 610 monthly 
Metropolitan United Church. Pan¬ 
dora at Quadra 382-8184. 562-1667. 


_ economy 

2”x4” economy studs 
V’xJ2" shelving, lin. ft. 

I'xF preflnuhed mahogany 
l’*6’X%" No. 1 gJlMXJC 
I’x8’ exterior sheeting 
Corrugated plastic, 5 cut. 
26”x8' 61-75. 26”\10’ 

Djg cabin fence rails. 8* 

LUO ranch panel shorts, 
lin. ft 

4’x8' counter topping. 

Reg. 617: Sale 
cement Incinerators 
concrete waterproofing, gal. 
Interior latex per gal 
*" concrete drain Ule 

Langford Building 
Supply and Hardware 
open seven days a week 
) Coldstream Ave. 


476-1724 


SPRING BARGAINS 
on 

F a m o'u g Harding Carpet. 
100% nylon Spanish scroll, 3 
popular colors — avocado, 
gold — Spanish Moss. 

FREE INSTALLATION 
$6.99 yd. 

Price includes all labour and 
underlay. 

Slegg Bros. Lumber Ltd. 
3955 Quadra 
479-7151 


TUTORING AT ALL LEVELS IN 
oral and written French 386-045" 


USED RED BRICKS- SAND AND? 

GRAVEL OK TRUCKING CO/ 
LTD 7® TOPAZ. J8M414. 


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30 Batin (Bolontst Victorio, B.C., Sunday, May 9, 1971 

•5 BUILDING SUPPLIES 


READY-MIX CONCRETE 
GRAVEL 

SAND 

For Free Estimates 
Phone 478-1701 

Res. 478-1086 

860 Attree Rd. 

Open Mon. Thru Sat 
(6 Days) 

CALL 
COLUMBIA 
READY-MIX LTD. 

Til" SABOT KIT $37.00 

12'x20* carport (attached). Ap¬ 
prox. 1177.90 

lTxar Garage (plus roofing) $253.00 
Lawn fence. 50' 829.00 

Picket fence. 50* 833.00 

Material! for 8'xlO’ greenhou*#. 

complete 8155.00 

Garden Shed Klta. 6 x8* 851.00 

SAANICH LUMBER YARDS 

1041 Douglas St. 385-2486 

Night phone 479-1423 

LUMBER SALE LUMBER SALE 
2x4 2x6 - 2x8 - 2x10 - 2x12 

At prices you can afford from 838 
per FBM and up. 

Ship lap and Boards from 845 and 

This is ail new lumber, oonr.e and 
see for yourself. 

Corner of Hillside and Bridge St 
38*4441 

Free Estimates 

7 a.m. to 6 o.m. 

IDEAL SAWMILLS CO. LTD. 

3735 Bridge St. 3834441 

TRADE TOOLS 

Albltoi Concentrate, the wonder 
concrete bonding agent Permanent 
Cement for all small crack* and 
leak*. Tools for all tradea Plas¬ 
tering. Cement and Tile. Open Sat¬ 
urdays ’til 12. 

ISLAND BUILDING SUPPLY 
CO. LTD. 

IB0 Garbally Road 3824178 

SPECIAL DISCOUNTS 
LUMBER - PLYWOOD 
HOME 

BUILDING SUPPLY 

220 Esquimau Rd. 382-2211 

IMMEDIATE DELIVERY SERVICE 
TO ALL GULF ISLANDS POINTS 

BROADLOOM 

SAVE UP TO 50 per cent 

Heavy acrylic shag 88.85 aq. vd. 

Nylon 84 45 sq. yd. 

CARPET TREND - 388-7501 
Craigflower at Bay 

ENHANCE YOUR HOME - AT- 
tractive concrete patio, carport, 
garden walling. Screen blocks 
12x12, 39c delivered. Easy Instruc¬ 
tions. free estimates. Casco. 592- 
4161. 

Bay Concreteblock Co. 
Concrete Incinerators $9.80 
3022 Jutland 382-9436 

10 MUSICAL 

INSTRUMENTS 

ELECTRONIC PICK-UP 
Installation Now 
Available for 
ACCORDIONS 
GUITARS 

AUTO HARPS 

Ask for Quotation 
BERNIE PORTER MUSIC 
1724 Douglas 382-9542 

HALl^F AIRFIELD 
MUSIC CENTRE LTD. 
“Everything in music” 
Open daily, 8:30 to 5:30 p.m. 

Fridays till 9:00 p.m. 
Prompt service on all mail 
orders 

728 Fort St. 585-8342 

ONE ONLY 

Used Thomas organ, walnut finish 
with bench *398 

WOODWARD'S MAYFAIR 

2nd Floor 

CHOOSE FROM 16 NEW WURLIT- 
rev organs at Scott Plano and 
Organ, also good reconditioned 
pianos from 8295. One only good 
Combo organ, now only $199. Scott 
Plano and Organ. 612 Fort. 384-4623. 

USED PIANOS FROM 8225 TO 
8195. Including Helntzman. Buy on 
convenient budget term*. Call 
EATON'S MUSIC CENTRE. 382- 
7141. 


T9 MUSICAL 

INSTRUMENTS 

THOMAS ORGAN 

8325 

REGINALD STONE 

1517 Quadra 3834239 

PARAGON MUSIC CENTRE 
Home of the World Famous 
Gulbransen Organa 

2508 Douglas 35*4275 

"MUSIC AT ITS BEST* 

One only' New Lesage Spinet Plano 
Reg. 8065 Now *785 

WlUis Music. 707 Fort. 388-0832 

NELSON’S MUSIC CENTRE 
Sales - Service - Instruction 
1320 Broad St. 385-5242 

REMEMBER WHAT "MADE IN 
Japan" used to msan? See for 
Yourself what haDDened at Yamaha 

Music Centre TOT ^ort9t. 594I131 

SOUND SOURCE MUSIC 
Grctsch. "Chet Atkins" Nashville. 

8350 

Oak Bay Village 5964*14 

LATIN-AMERICAN CONGA DRUM 
set. IMss and treble conga with 
stands and cases. 8200. 506-3637 

anytime. 

WE BUY USED PIANOS FOR 
CASH. Phone EATON’S MUSIC 
CENTRE. Dial 382-7141. 

PIANO TUNER and TECHNICIAN 
EXPERT REPAIR SERVICE 

H WILLIAMS 385-2524 or 385-3110 

TALISMAN MUSIC CENTRE 

Best selection of all guitars: 

939 Yates 384-9222 

FRAME'S 12-STRING GUITAR, 
case, excellent condition, extra 
strings. 875. 479-4023. 

GIBSON J45 6-STRING ACOUSTIC 
guitar. 6 months old. Best offer. 502- 

COMPLETE SET OF DRUMS. 
Phone Pete. 477-4949. 

KENT ELECTRIC GUITAR. 880. 
478-3614. 

GUILD BASS GUITAR. 2 PICKUPS. 
8350 or offer. 478-4785. 

PLVNO TUNER - TECHNICIAN 
NORMAN DUCKWORTH SSS-YW 

CONCORD STEREO TAPE RE 
under. 120. 311 Slmcoe Street. 

71 MUSIC TEACHERS 

SYLVIA LEPMANIS TEACHING 
PIANO 
at 

HALL-FAJRFIELD 

MUSIC CENTRE 

728 Fort 385-8341 

77 MOTORCYCLES 


MOTORCYCLES 


JUST ARRIVED 

Another Shipment of 
TRI 650 cc 

BONNEVTLLES v 
Limited Supply so act Now 


ARRIVING Next Week 

YAMAHA 
250 ENDUROS 

This MACHINE is being 
sold out before they arrive 
get your DEPOSIT 
DOWN NOW! 

MULLINS MARINE 
SALES LTD. 

925 Yates 382-1928 


WANTED AN ELECTRIC 
or gan. 3824543. _ 

CELLO. RICH TONE 2 CASES, 
•hipping and carrying. 384-8895. 


FREDERICK 
MOTORS 

SUZUKI-T-350 

6-SPD. TRAMS 

OUTRIDES any 330 MADE. 6 port 
power; speed range 105-115; cruise 
all day at 80 M.P.H.; quarter mile 
time - 13.1. Weight 32S lha. Up ‘ 
80 miles to the gallon. 

ALL NEW FOR ’71 
Why not Join TEAM SUZUKI 

NOW! 

SUPPLIES ARE . UM\TED 

DON’T FORGET 


ALL-MAKE 
SERVICE 

All type* of work done, crankshaft*. 


FREDERICK MOTORS 
616 Queens 383-0823 


Mark 2. $400. 59h<}344 after 5. 


•70 SUZUKI 250. OUT OF WORK. 
380-7223 days. 479-3388 evenings. 


8.S.A. 850. GOOD CONDITION. 

$495. 658-4087. 




Phone 388-7702. 


1989 TRIUMPH TIGER 850. 1800. 
652-2072 evenings. 


1965 HONDA 160, A-l SHAPE. 1250 
388-9971 


1970 YAMAHA 90 ENDURO. 8335 
»r highest offer takes. 598-4901. 


Winning Contract 

By HOWARD and BEE SCHENKEN 
BRIDGE QUIZ 

With neither side vulnerable, the bidding goes: 

East South West North 

1 spade Double Pass 2 hearts 

Pass ? 

What would you call next with each of the following 
hands? 

ANSWERS TO 
BRIDGE QUIZ 
1. Three clubs. You 
have an attractive i. 


hand, but you can only 

♦ 7 

A J 3 

bid three clubs with it. 

0 A 10 9 

* A Q J 7 4 3 

It would be inadvisable 



to raise hearts, since 

2. 


your partner may well 

♦ 94 

9 A Q j 7 

have responded with a 

0 Q J 3 

♦ K J 9 8 

four-card heart suit in 



the expectation that 

3. 


you held tour of them. 

♦ K 10 2 

9 Q 7 3 

Three clubs is not 

Oak 

* A K V 10 3 

forcing, but it is cer- 



t a inly forward-going. 

4. 


(By doubling for take¬ 

♦ A A 

V K 10 9 2 

out and then bidding a 

0 A V 10 7 

♦ A J 3 


HONDAS! ! ! 

750c c 4 
450cc Twin 
350cc Twin 

BROOKLANDS 
MOTORCYCLE SALES 
937-Fort 383-5926 


HERE HOW! 

- DUNECYCLE — 

3-Wheel, All-Terrain 
That anyone can drive 
ONLY AT 
LES BLOW’S 
MOTORCYCLES 
2940 Douglas 384-7843 


HELP — ANYONE WITH 350-500 
AJS or Matchless. I am trying to 
restore 1986 500 single Matchless, 
need parts or advice, especially 
electrics. Phone 479-3976. Leave 
name and phone. 


•70 Ace-100 Road 
70 Super Rat. Fast 
66 Montessa-Road 8325 

COMPETITION HODAKA 8AI.ES 
33 Camden Ave 479-5298 


1969 HONDA CB 450 AND HEL- 
met. 3.700 miles. $825. Will take 250 
Scrambler on trade or finance. 477- 
8053. after 5 weekdays. 


1968 SITZUKI 150. GOOD CONDI- 
tlon. 8250 or trade for older pickup. 
592-3770 after 5.30. 


HAVE B U Y EJfl S FOR LATE 
model British machine*. Consign 
now. See Greg Pearson. 386-3421 
PEARSON 3388 Douglas 


M BOATS AND MARINE 


USED OUTBOARD 
SPECIALS 

20 H.P. ’69 JOHNSON 

1435 

20 H P. ’70 JOHNSON 
$475 

20 H P. ’68 CHRYSLER 
elec. $350 

28 H P. ’63 JOHNSON 
$245 

28 H.P. '64 JOHNSON 
$275 

35 H.P. *63 MERCURY 
elec. $375 

35 H.P. ’68 CHRYSLER 
elec. $495 

40 H.P. ’63 JOHNSON 
elec. $395 

55 H.P. '67 CHRYSLER 
elec. $550 

60 H.P. ’65 JOHNSON 
elec. $650 

12 ft. PLYWOOD 

BOAT AND TRAILER 
$95 

1200 lb. MASTERCRAFT 
Trailer — $185 

COAST POWER 

MACHINES (1961) LTD. 

2520 Gov’t St. 382-8291 


MMMMMMMMMM 

USED BOAT SPECIALS! 

19’CROSLEY FI BER 
GLASS, complete with 
Caravan Top. 1962 
Mercury 50 H.P. with 
control!, etc. Inclui 
custom trailer $1295 

13’ RUNABOUT with ’61 
Mercury 40 H.P., con¬ 
trols and TRAILER $495 

12‘ ALUMINUM CAR- 
TOPPER $169 

NEW FIBERFORM BOATS 
IN STOCK 
14* to 24’ 

MERCURY MARINE 
SALES & SERVICE 
736 Cloverdale Ave^, 385-8922 

MMMMMMMMMM 


1967 YAMAHA TWIN 100. SHOW- 
room condition 2.000 original miles. 
Used only four month*. 8325. Phone 
479-5273. 


'GO YAMAHA 350 CC. GOOD 
(•'■ndltlon, with helmet. 8575. 386- 
7841. 

1969 YAMAHA 75. IX)W MILEAGE. 
*275 or best offer. Call 383-74S4, 6-7 
p.m. 

1967 HONDA 50. EXCELLENT 
condition. *150 or best offer. 59s- 
5386. 

URGENTLY NEED LATE MODEL 
British bike — cash. 384-5417 after 

6 p.m. 

1966 YAMAHA 250 C.C.. VERY 
good condition. Phone 383-9418 or 

384-3802. 

MUST SELL '60. ITS HONDA. 
Good condition. *400 cash. Contact 
A. B. Schiller. 386-1194 after 4. 

1967 TRIUMPH 850. SLIGHTLY 
chopped. 6X00. 880 Carrie Street. 6-9 
p.m. 

SACRIFICE 1906 YAMAHA 230 
and 125cc Vespa motor scooter. 
Offers 592-6156. 

1969 TRIUMPH TIOOR. SUPERB 
condition. $900 383-1876 after 6 

p.m. 

1966 YAMAHA. 305 CC, ENGINE 
completely rebuilt. * 430 . After 5:3(1 
382-0418. 

'66 KAWASAKI 85 CC. GOOD 
shape. Low mileage. Offers. 477* 
8830. between 5-7 p.m. 

WANTED: 500 OR 650 TRIUMPH 
rear hub and brake assembly 384- 
3380. 

1988 HONDA 3.000 SUMMER 
highway miles. Perfect oondiUon. 
479-4396. 

WANTED: 1OT0-71 YAMAHA 175 TO 
250. Enduro or similar bike. Cash. 
3*6-9064 or 658-5123. 

1930 HARLEY-DAVIDSON 74. COM- 
plete Condition fair. Best offer to 
*500. 392-9549 

1968 SUZUKI 250. SUZUKI 500. 
low mileage After 5 p.m. 658-5391. 

1969 TRIUMPH BONNEVILLE. Ex¬ 
cellent condition. 478-4880. 

250 CC TRIUMPH TROPHY 1989. 
3.000 miles. 8450. Phone 598-16Q0 

69 13 YAMAHA ENDURO. GOOD 
condition. 83SV 382-9850. 

•67 YAMAHA 180. GOOD OONDI- 
Uon. extras. Best offer. 592-2560. 

850 B.S.A. LIGHTNING 1970. GOOD 
shape. Asking 8900. 478-2079 

1956- WHIZ7.F.R AUTOCYCLE, 
good condition. 383-2089. 

78 BICYCLES 


LADIES— 
MONSHEE- 
PHILLIPS— 


10-SPEEDS 

884.95 810 Da 84 50 mo. 
889 95 810 Dn. 85 00 mo. 
889 95 810 Da 85.00 mo. 


FRENCH C.ITANE 

APACHE- 

8115 815 Da 85.75 mo. 

DE LUXE- 

8135 815 Da 8625 mo. 
All bikes covered by a 

1-YEAR WARRANTY 


npany at 1 per cent Inter 
•N DECLINING AMOUNT up to 2 
years. 

MULLINS MARINE SALES 
LTD. 

925 YATES 38M928 


CANOE AND KAYAK 
CENTRE OF THE 
WORLD! 

Paddle, Pack, Portage and 
all that. Pretend pioneers 
Prefer fantastic, fibreglass 
frontiersman canoes. 

BUILT TO TAKE IT 
14’, 16’, 18’ standard or Vee 
Stem, for Mini-Outboards 
AND 

1 and 2-man all fibre glass 
kayaks. 

BOSUN’S LOCKER 
580 Johnson 386-1308 


M BOATS AND MARINE 


1971 MERCURY 

ALL THE REASONS YOU 
NEED TO START LIVING 
ON THE WATER 

WORLD’S only 6-cy Under 
production outboards. 135 
ind 115 H.P. 

Merc’s patent fuel induction 
system 

Fastest start in boating 
Thunderbolt ignition. 

Sparkplugs that can last the 
life of the engine. 

Need More Reasons? 
Drop in to 

MULLINS MARINE 
SALES LTD. 

925 Yates St. 382-1928 

Easy Terms 
Trades Welcome 


3 VH P. 8169. 

b VH.P. 1189. 

IQ Vi-H.P. *». 

10Vi plus H.P. w-dutch 8332.50 

Long a hafts - ONLY 810 MORE 
VICTORIA 

LAWNMOWER HOSPITAL 
Sales - Parts - Service 

HOURS: 8:00 to 5:30 
MON. through SAT. 


FIBERGLASS MATERIALS 
Resin $6.95 Gal. 

Cloth — Acetone, Matting 

PELAGIC PACIFIC 
IND. LTD. 

4 Huron St. 386-1811 


ESTATE SALE. 29' MONK DE- 
signed cruiser, "Tampico'Steeps 4- 
6 In comfort, Chrysler V-8, Daniels 
phone, full cockpit canvas. Large 
galley with propane stove and 
oven, head witli vanity, ample 
storage space. Fibreglais dinghy. 
All reasonable offers considered. 


17- DOUBLE EAGLE DEEP V AND 
115-h.p. Evlnrude, both 1970 models, 
full camper top. tachometer, 
speedometer, sleeper seats, wind¬ 
shield wiper, and many other 
extras. Complete and ready to go 
with Explorer type trailer, tested 
and approved. 592-3681. 


SACRIFICE: MUST BE SOLD 

this weekend. 22 ft. cabin cruiser, 
head, stove, bunks, freshly painted. 
Good weekender. 40 h.y. outboard. 
Highest offer under 82000. Will take 
trade-in. Easy terms. Call 656-1675 
or dew at 2555 Beacon Ave., at 
Sllverwood in Sidney. 


20" CABIN CRUISER, CELLO 
finished fibreglass over plywood. 
Grenfell design. 2 outboard motors, 
head, sink and trailer with brakes. 
A real family boat for fishing, 
cruising or water skiing. Sleeps 4. 
82500. 382-8887. 


HEAT EXCHANGER (BOATS) 8175. 
Trim tab, up to 40”. 8150. Winches. 
8160. Trailer hitches. Trailers built. 
Bumpers to suit you. Welding, gas 
or electric. Mechanical work. Phone 
for appointment. 388-0709. 


SAVE 85.000 ON 32* LUHRS 
Diesel Fibreglass Sedan Cruiser, 
R-T. CB auto pilot. sounder, 
fridge, furnace, etc. Nanaimo 733- 
2071. business hours. 

15 FT. SANbsTERCRAFT, FULL 

canvas top with 50 h.p. Chrysler 
electric on McCullough trailer. 
81350. 477-3516. 


OUR TOPS ARE TOPS: 
Al's Boat and Car Upholstery 
10612 McDonald Park Road 


12*4’ PLYWOOD RUNABOUT. FI 
be rglass seams, windshield and 
steering wheel. Good condition, 850. 
478-4314. 


8' FIBREGLASS SABOT SAILING 
dinghy, aluminum mast, stainless 
steel rigging. Dacron sail, like new. 
8175. 382-5652. 


SALE PRICE ON 

;i»' S’ 3-SPD. HUSTLERS 
SIZES TO CHOOSE FROM 


RUSS HAY 
BICYCLE SHOP 

384-4722 


ROYAL OAK SPORTING GOODS 
BIKES: NEW and USED 10-spd.. 5 
•bd.. 3 »)hI and cunv. AIL 

POPULAR makes in STOCK. 
Raleigh. Peugeot. C.C.M.. Apollo. 
Gitane. Phillips. 

ROYAL OAK SHOPPING CENTRE 

GORDON'S SPORTING GOODS 
Complete CYCLE repairs. LIMITED 
—luni-•■" 


waiting period. 
1030 Hillside 


BOY S GLIDER. 3 SPEED. LIGHT, 
good condition, or exchange for 
larger one. 3K3-2537 


new suit over your 
partner’s response, you 

indicate a hand too strong for a simittfcftyvercall.i If your 
partner has a few |x>ints, including a spade stopper, he is 
expected to bid three notrumps. Alternatively, if h$ is ( v..„mment 
able to rebid his hearts, you can raise to four hearts with 1 
reasonable confidence. 

2. Pass. This hand represents little more than a 
minimum double and therefore, although you may 
experience an urge to support your partner’s heart call, 
you should resist it. Your partner has not made a jump 
response to the double, and accordingly he probably does 
not have as many as nine or ten points. Indeed, your 
partner’s two-heart bid does not really show any strength 
at all, and could conceivably have been made on a 
worthless hand. 

Game therefore becomes an exceedingly remote 
prospect. As a matter of fact, you cannot really 
guarantee that your partner can even make two hearts. 

3. Three notrumps. This bid is proffered in the full 
knowledge that the contract will probably fail if your 
partner’s hand happens to be worthless. At the same 
time, to bid only two notrumps, or three clubs, would be 
ultra-cautious. 

After all, if you were to bid only two notrumps, you 
coukl hardly expect your partner to raise to three with 
the queen of diamonds and the jack of clubs, which is all 
you need. Nor would it occur to him to place a very high 
value on the jack of spades if he had it; yet this card 
alone would greatly improve your prospects. 

4. Three hearts. If you remove one of the aces, you 
would still have a sound takeout double. Therefore, with 
the actual hand, you can raise your partner’s call by one 
trick. 

Admittedly, if your partner happens to have a really 
weak hand, he may not make three hearts, but that is not 
the proper test to appgr. It is more pertinent to observe 
that even though your partner has failed to make a jump 
response to the double, he could easily have a few 
scattered points with which a game would be a 
reasonable contract. 

(A Bell-McClure Syndicate Feature) 


MANS 23" 10-SPEED MONSHEE. 
with accessories, asking *80. 382- 
9t0|. 

PHILLIPS 10-SPEED WITH Ac¬ 
cessories. 875. Boy’s 3-speed Mus¬ 
tang. 830. 478-2315. 

BOY S 30-INCH BICYCLE. EXCEL- 
lent condition. 384-6752. 

WANTED-LADY’S 3-SPEED Bi¬ 
cycle in good condition. 3X2-84IX. 

YOUTH’S 3-SPEED MUSTANG, X" 
wheels, extras. *25. 384-4602. 

PHILLIPS ID-SPEED. EXCELLENT 
condition. 383-5003. 

BOY'S S-8PEED BICYCLE. IN 
* 0 od condition. 479-5102. 

WANTED: LADY’S 3-SPEED Bi¬ 
cycle. Preferably Raleigh. 592-2328 

ROBINSON S tor BICYCLES 

1307 Broad St. 385-3429 

BICYCLE PARTS. 

463-3089. 

RALEIGH 10-SPEED. AS NEW. |M. 
477-2348 

80 BOATH AND MARINE 

NEW 8’ PAINTED PRAM DINGHY. 
85(^06-1700. 

BOAT. MOTOR. TRA1IJSR, GOOD 
fishing unit 8225. 477-1706. 

28 H P MERC. 8175 

385-1908 


FOR SALE: 19’ PLYWOOD BOAT, 
with 25 H P. Kermath engine, good 

condition. 47S-3X39. 

146" FIBREGLASS RUNABOTTT. 
full lop. 20-H.P. Mercury, trailer, 
excellent eondltion *1250. 382-3716. 

LL5 PETERBOROUGH, TRAILER. 
3-h.p. motor, 8275 1109 Princess 

Ave. 

14 r I B REGLASS RUNABOUT, 
i irailrr and 35 Evlnrude. 81.000 477- 
6507. 

Buy with confluence for leu 
PRODESTO 

039 Johnson 383-5812 

FIBREGLASS BOAT MOLDS 
Sabots. 8’ and 10' cartops. 16’ 
canoes. Box 933. Sidney. 

PARTLY FINISHED 19’ KAYAK, 
canvas over yellow cedar. 830. 598- 
1322. after 6 p.m. 

14-FT. CLIN KER CABIN. 7-9 
Briggs Inboard, on trailer, 8400 or 
nearest offer. 642-3591. 

COMBINATION IT 6 BOAT AND 
trailer. 22 horsepower motor. 479- 
3357. 

14-FT PLYWOOD BOAT, 18 H P 
motor, tilt-trailer, extras. $595. 598- 
3770. 

25’ NAVY CUTTER; CLINKER 
built. 30 h.p. diesel. 82275 or 
reasonable offer. 383 8073. 

it TROLLED "A" LICENCE, 
sounder, radio, $1400 or nearest 
offer. Must sell. 042-3137. 

14’ FIBREGLASS CANOES. 10’ 
cartoppcr. 479 2803. 

6SE SET DUAL OUTBOARD CON- 
trols. like new. 840. 3864443. 

14* PLYWOOD BOAT, EXCELLENT 
shape. 8180. 385-1900. 

POWER WINCH FOR BOAT 
trailer, aa new. *75. 582-0892. 

WANTED. 12 FT. THORNE CRU- 
sader, 477-1304. 


27 FT . FIBREGLAS MAST. DAC 
ron furling Jib. and main. 8300. 656 


NEW 13'. CEDAR. HEAVY DUTY, 
strip-planked skiff, 8150. 568-4982. 


HEAVY DUTY REVERSE GEAR. 2 
to 1 reduction. 592 0148. 


CANOE COVE MARINA 
Swartz Bay Sidney, B.C. 

656-3915 


18'6" SPENCERCRAfT Runal«>ut. 

80 H.P. Evlnrude *1250 

'JO* BERTRAM Mop pie demonstra¬ 
tor 160 H P. Mercruiser 
I - O 87500 

ttV' CHRLS CRAFT Ford 185 H.P 
Inboard. 3 berths, head, good 
condition 83900 

36* GRENFELL Exprew Cruiser, 
dual controls, auto-pilot, radio, 
constavoit, loaded with ex¬ 
tras 88750 

36’6" SHEPHERD Express Cruiser. 


27’ GRENFELL Cruiser. 215 H P. 
Inboard, propane stove, trt- 
matlcs, excellent 
condition 87750 

33' CENTURY Crulsalong harrit.ip 
express, twin Chrysler power, 
excellent condition through- 
out 825,000 

37’ CANOE COVE Sport convert¬ 
ible, twin Mercruiser inboard, 
all fibreglass, 2 yrs. old 839,SOU 


CLARK BROTHERS 
MARINA LTD. 
656-3042 

10775 McDonald Park Rd. 

R.R. 1, Sidney. V.I., B.C. 

IT DEEP VEE Sangster Craft 90 
H.P. Johnson — complete with 
Trailer 81950 

19* BRANDLMAYR 1970 - 85 H.P. 
elect. Johnson O-B here is a 
real gem, immaculate condition, 
complete In every detail, a* 
new 848U) 

3D' BRANDLMAYR - Hard Top - 
V8 powered 13500 

36* SHEPPARD - 210 H P. FWC 
Chrysler. Phone and Sounder. 
Asking 811.500 

46’ HEAVY DIESEL Cruiser - fully 
equipped — ideal charter 
boat 826.000 

ALL ENQUIRIES 
TO OFFICE 


ON DISPLAY NOW 
NEW 30 H.P. Marine Engine with 
built-in heat exchanger, 12V alter¬ 
nator Panel with Uch., Paragon 
reverse gear. Oil sump pump. ALL 
tills including F.S.T. $s95. 


PHILBROOK’S 
SHIPYARD LTD. 


36’ POWER BOAT. ENCLOSED 
head, 155-h.p. Grey marine, dinghy 
ami Seagull. Sound hull. • requires 
extensive work on cabin ami motor. 
Open to offers. Minimum 81 . 000 . 477- 
4764. 


20- BERTRAM. WITH FlBItE- 
glas* hardtop and full camper top. 
2 bunks, head, stove ami sink, ltio 
h.p. Mercury Inlioard-outboarri. 
*7.500 or nearest offer. 502-1906. 
after 6 p.m 

14 FIBREFORM OLYMPIC WITH 
sleeper seats and top. 33 h.p. 
Evlnrude electric with control*; 
Shoreline trailer. All new 1969. 
Used in hour* *1.800. 177-1227. 

V GRKNFE.LL CRUISER, 
engine completely overhauled, new 
uphojstery. radio-telephone. *7900. 
593-0649. 


M BOATS AND MARINE 


K and C 
RANGER 
1704270 VOLVO I/O 

COMPLETE with heai 
stove, sink and ice box 
full camper top — sleeps 
three. 

Reg. $8279.00 

DEMONSTRATOR 
1 ONLY 
$7795 

COLUMBIA 26’ 

Or 

in — working jib, 
FRANCIS winches — 6 H.P. 
EVINRUDE 
SAILAWAY PRICE 
$11,995 

COLUMBIA YACHTS 

World’s largest builder of 
SAILING YACHTS — now 
available in VICTORIA. 

22 — 26 — 28 — 34 — 36 — 
43-57 


OAK BAY MARINE 
SALES and SERVICE 
1327 Beach Drive 
598-3393 


VAN ISLE MARINA 

SEE AND COMPARE 

36 ft. MOtfK, custom built in 1967 
Cedar planked with bronze 
fastening. 285 H P. Interceptor, 
cruises 15 knots, tops at 30 plus. 
TrlmaUcs for level ride, 65 watt 
phone, sounder, many other 
extras. This boat la in all way* 
immaculate. 814.000 


25 ft CABIN CRUISER. 186 G.M.. 

aJeopa 4 *3.950 

35 ft BRANDLMAYR. Twin 86 H.P. 

Volvo, sleeps 4 16.000 

27 ft. CHRIS • C R FT. mahoganv 
planked. 230 HP Crusader *6.300 
27 ft ARTCRAFT. 230 H.P. Crusa¬ 
der. a one-owner boat 88,500 

29 ft. SEDAN. 200 H P. Chrysler. 

dual controls 110.5U0 

22 ft GREW, all fibregtas deep- 

v ®« 88.500 

SAIL 

23 ft CUB SLOOP, tor cruising or 

ranna *3.500 

30 ft. YAWL. Inboard auxiliary, 
mahogany planked *13,500 

WE NEED LISTINGS, especially 30 
ft and up to sleep at least 6. If you 
have a boat of tills type please call 
Geoff Simpson at the Marina. 

VAN ISLE MARINA 
LIMITED 

Tsehum Harbour Sidney, B.C. 
656-1138 P.O. Box 250 


MANY NEW LISTINGS! 
POWER 

47* H.D. Diesel Cruiser. Real charm 
and comfort. Even a Bathtub' 
Asking 835,000. 

46* H.D. Diesel Cruiser. Very 
complete and sound. Asking *28.000. 

26’ Shepherd. even a phone. 
Immaculate and little used. Asking 
*11.500. 

Custom Built Twin Screw. 3 
years old. command bridge. A 
special boat. *17.500. 

15 HP. 680B. 


SAIL 

Grampian 30. Custom finished. Even 
a Fireplace. 824.180. 


Grampian 26. new and complete, 3 
sails, motor, pulpit, special winches, 
stanchions, etc. *12.616. 


Kitsilano 20 sloop, Readv to go. 
Reduced. Try 82495. 

12 1 Cat rigged Fibreglass Starcraft. 
Save over $300. Only 8890. 

15"6" Crescent. Repainted. Sails, 
ready lo go. *800. 

Suns|»>t 15. A real little honey. 4 
berths, heads, sails, flotation, pulpit, 
etc. *3137. 

TRADES AND BANK FINANCING 
OAK B/.Y & EXECUTIVE YACHTS 
1327 Beach Drive 596-4513 (24 Hr*.) 
Open seven days a week. 


80 BOATS AND MARINE 


SMITH BROS. FOUNDRY 
and 

MACHINE WORKS LTD. 

QUICK DELIVERY ON 
STAINLESS OR BRONZE 

$>ROP SHAFTS 

Electrolysis eUmlnaW* for shaft* 1 
and rudders and a full range of 
non-corrosive fastenings are always 
in stork i 

HOURS: 8:00-5:00 Mon.-Fri. 

832 Pembroke St. 384-1825 

INTERIOR BOAT FIXTURES 
Lights — Hardware — Plywood 
Plumbing — Appliances 

In Stock «t Reasonable Prices 

S. J. PEDEN LTD. 

2855 Quesnei St. 386-3464 

WE NOW HAVE A COMPLETE 
line of marine engine gauges, 
tachometers, ammeter*, heat 

gauges, oil pressure, hourmeters 
etc., etc. 

SHIP CHANDLERS 
(MCQUADES) 

1252 Wharf St. 383-1141 

FOR SALE: 20’ BERTRAM FIBRE- ' 

glass, model Moppie. 3 years old. 

Immaculate condition. 180 H.P. 

Merc cruiser. Just overhauled. 

Many extras. Sleeper seats. New 

full camper top. Bottom painted 

SCUTE'S- 10 

28’ C H RISCRAFT CONSTELLA- 
tlon. planked hull. F.W.C., new | 
motors. 6 channel ship-to-shore. 
sounder, excellent condition. WUI 
consider good runabout as part 
payment. Asking *8.900. 388-6139. 

LOW COOT 

MARINE INSURANCE 

R DOUGLAS AGENCIES 

386-8401 

27-FOOT FIBREGLASS CHRIS- 
craft, 210 h.p., fresh water cooled, 
separate head, dinette, stove, 
heater, swim grid, dinghy, full , 
canvas. Excellent condition 1 
throughout 656-3531, 479-1665 

HELP! 

We need boats. Our lot Is nearly 
empty. Consign your unit tq us 
now. Buyers waiting. SUverwnod 
Boat Broken, 2555 Beacon. Sidnev. 
656-1875 

RAIDA 26 SLOOPS 

Marine Supplies 

Open Saturday* 

MAYHEW and STRUTT LTD. 

2300 Douglas St. 

Phone 386-7704 

SHIPPY 28’ SLOOP 

Dteset inboard. ftMly teak finished, 
•Veeps 5. full sail complement. 
Phone collect 887-6681 days, 987-598X 
evenings. 

3b" CABIN CRUISER. CONVERTED 
ex-Navy cutter, 2 berths, enclosed 
head, propane stove, large cockpit 
Graymarine inboard. Good oondi¬ 
Uon throughout. 656-2145. 

1.6 ACRES ON WEST SAANICH ; 
Rd. Close to Dominion Observatory. 
Price 89.5nn 

Mn. Elliott - 383-3481 , 

Swinerton. Stewart Clark Ltd. 

"NOX" 

Luxury 18’ day cruiser, sleeper ' 
seats, hardtop, trailer. Ready for 1 
your power at *1395. 479-4519. 

17 FOOT FIBREGLASS HRANDI- 
mayr runabout. 35 h.p. Johnson { 
motor ami trailer. *700 or nearest 
offer. 47H4T90. 

WANTED - GEAR BOX FOR 1962 , 
10-h.p. Johnson outboard, model QD- 1 
23. 478-5327. 

EL TORO SAILING DINGHY IN 
good condition. 592-5322 after 12 
noon. 

FOR CHARTER: CAL 25 SAIL- 
bo«t. Sleeps four. U - sail or 
skippered. Victor, 743-2178 collect. j 

13’ RUNABOUT. FIBERGLASSED 
plywood, 35 HP. outboard, tilt- 
boom trailer. 8395. 592-6481. 

RED NYI/1N SABOT SAIL WITH ! 

\ Inch luff rope, 825, unused. 388- . 
7266 Monday. 

FACTORY BUILT LX' CABIN 1 
cruiser. 2 bunks. 28 and 5 h.p. ' 
outboards. 8450. 479-5868. 

11 GALLON CRUISE-A-DAY TANK. 
7"xl8”x36". 860 new, sell for *30. 
592-1893. 

AL’S BOAT TRAILERS. 900 I-B 
capacity, one only. 8198. 214 

Dundas. 38B-8233. 

ALL 71: 16- FIBREFORM; 50 H.P. 
Merc, electric; 1400 lb. Calkin* 
trailer. 382-5308. 

WANTED: SABOT OR EL TORO 
sail Phone 852-L595. 

15-FT. SNIPE SAILBOAT, *825. 477- 
2311. 

SUNSPOT 15. FULLY EQUIPPED. | 

4-berth sailboat. 479-4350. 

17 FT CLINKER CABIN INBOARD. 
843(1 Easy terms. 856-1675 


92 SPORTING GOODS 


BOSUN S BOAT SALES 
35’ TAHITIAN KETCH 813.950 

28' DIESEL motor-sailer 811,500 
28' CAL loaded with gears *13.500 
22' DUTCH sloop *3,500 

19’ O' DAY RHODES fibreglass 
sloop with trailer 82995 

19- O DAY MARINER fibreglass Fin- 
Kcel sloop *3250 

18‘ ALACRITY fibreglass, twin bilge 
keel sloop with motor and 
trailer *3.550 


14' ENTERPRISE dinghy 
14* SKIPPER 


*995 

*850 


Just arrived from Sweden; Vega 27’ 
stoop, /ibin 25 cruiser, plus the new 
1971 Cal line 656-3421. At CLARK 
BROS. MARINA. Sidney. 


34’ P I V E R ’’NEGGETT" TRI- 
maran (Folds to Trailer) F.G. over 
marine Ply. Dacron sails. S.S. 
rigging, 6 horse power Johnson 
outlsiard, sleeps 4. Excellent 
condition. *3.500. Phone Port Al¬ 
berto. 723-5448. 

19' FTBREGLASSED BRANDL- 
mayr cruiser 2-1968 50-h.p. electric 
start Mercury motors Tandem 
axle Holsdaw trailer and power 
winch. See to appreciate. 84.750. 385- 
052H. 


BRITISH SEAGULL. 7'i-HORSE- 
puwer. silver century long shall. 
14 months old. nearest offer. 8125. 


47 FT. OCEAN-GOING KETCH. 
820.000 or nearest offer. Can be 
seen at Government Wharf, Rest- 
haven Drive, Sidney. 


TONY BURTON SAILING 
SCHOOL 

Scuba and Sailing Courses 
477-8325 3«6-U08 


21’ CLINKER BUILT INBOARD. 4- 
cyllnder marine, good family boat 
Sj 00 down, take over payments at 
bank. 479-7388. 


2T CABIN CRUISER. PLANKED. 6- 
cyllnder Chrysler, built 1949. sound¬ 
er. 83,500. tan finance part. 479- 
6570. 

NEAT 17-FT - CRUISER. FULLY 
equipped. very Seaworthy, two 
excellent motors. On first class 
trailer, ready to move. 382-7320. 


JOLLY BOAT. 1H FT. MOULDED 
plywood sailing dinghy with alumi¬ 
num mast and custom trailer,. 
Excellent condition and complete 
with main, genua. Jib and spin¬ 
naker. 8950. 383-4608. 


25’ CABIN CRUISER. CHRYSLER 
marine inboard, well equipped. 
Sound and comfortable. Exopllent 
value. 84500. 748-9347 or 748-1068 

evenings. 


1967 HOUIlSTON GLASCRAFT 
15*4 deep V. 60 h.p. F.vlnrude, 
heavy duty tilt trailer, bullt-tn tank, 
ail new 1967. Phone anytime. 388- 
4345 Local 111. 


A CREAMPUFF 

18- Larson. 85 h.p. Johnson. 2300 
lb. galvanized trailer, boat Is fully 
equipped and still under warranty. 


AL’S BOAT TRAILERS FOR THE 
BEST PRICE AND THE BEST 
DEAL IN TOWN. 214 DUN DAS. 363- 


DON’S BOAT TRANSPORT 
WUI move you anyv-here. local or 
long dlatanot. 479-lint. 


15H’ SAILBOAT. IMMACULATE. 3 
years old. with extras. Must be 
sold. 383-7887. 


16* CLINKER. INBOARD. LAUNCH. 
shHter\ cabin, 8.9 Briggs-Stratton. 


10-FT. RUNABOUT AND MASTER 
Craft trailer, exeellai 
8300. 384-3942. 


WANTED: 14’ ENTERPRISE SAIL 
boat In good condition 598-5522 
after 12 noon. 


23- POLYNESIAN CATAMARAN 
day sailer, as la. *800. No. 1 Price 


14* FIBREGLAS BOAT. WIND- 
shield, steering, on trailer. *300 
592-9829. 


17 FT. CLINKER CABIN IN- 
board. 94 h.p. *460. Easy terms. 
656-J675. 


35-H.P. JOHNSON. EXCELLENT 
condition. *180. 478-1021. 


• CEDAR STRIP FACTORY 
built fibreglass, controls. . steei " 1- 
wheel, windshield, tilt boom tral 
Best offer. 508-2851. 


11X52-’ FIBREGLASS BOAT, 
steel trailer and 74 h.p. engine. 
Can be seen across from Oak Bay 
Marina. 598-4251. 


16’ PLYWOOD. CABIN. CONTROLS, 
jgfcjU’ plywood.-- — 


Klepper folding boat. 478-71 


11’ FIBRE 

condition, r_ 

OLIMlR 10 CANOE, *80. 
- 384-7382. 


14’ BOAT. 22-H.P. MERCURY AND 
trailer. 8560. 385-1803. 


EL TORO SAILING DINGHY AS 
new. ready to sail. *140. 583-3338. 


WANTED 

Rifles. Shotguns 

WE pay cash for one or one 
hundred. Now Is the Ume to clesn 
out the attic or basement and turn 
that gun Into instant cash. 

ROBINSON’S 

1307 Broad 385-3429 


N CAMERAS, SUPPLIES N TV, STEREO, RADIO 
•ml PHOTO FINISHING SALES and SERVICE 


AT THE 

ELECTRIC EYE 

— will find film in most 
sizes including Minox, Min 


ssr-«s,: ? aSpfSwJ. 


equipment of all kinds, and 


pictures. 

ELECTRIC EYE 
Cameras and Service 

1006 Broad St., 3864)333 
between Eaton's and the 
Parkade 

OPEN 9 TO 9 
Mon. to Friday 
9 to 5:30 Sat. 

VICTORIA’S COMPLETE 
PHOTOGRAPHIC CENTRE 


furniture 


3-ROOM GROUPS 

’’MIX ’N’ MATCH” 

To suit your taste 
$690.00 

CONTINENTAL 
HOME SUPPLY 
851 Johnson 386-2458 

Store Hours: 

Mon., Tues., Wed.. Sat. 

9 - 5:30., Thurs., Fri., 9 - 9 


THK TRADERS 
(DOWNTOWN STORE) 

3-Room Groupings. 

As low as $299.95 


see our great 
free coffee too! 


THE TRADERS 
ates 388-6013 


1971 ZENITH 
19” 

CHROMACOLOR TV 
Rent to own plan 
$16.00 month \ 


<p(ua 


RENT 25” ZENITH 
CHROMACOLOR 
BY THE MONTH! 


Phone today 

MAIS TV RENTALS 
385-2435 


RENT OR RENT 
TO OWN 

Rent a 1971 color or black 
and white TV, Zenith or 
Electrohome. Lowest prices 
in town. 

CITY CENTRE TV 
3970 Shelboume 
University Heights Mall 
477-6971 658-8385 


1971 ZENITH 
20” Portable TV 
NEW 

Rent to own plan 
—Phone Today— 

MAIS TV RENTALS 
1821 Cook St. 
385-2435 


.SALES - SERVICE - RENTALS 
KENTS LTD. 

742 Fort 383-35L3, 383-TUM 


21" CONSOLE TVs 
23" CONSOLE TVs 
19" PORTABLE TV* 


*49 95 
899.95 
8X9 95 


THE TRADERS 
715 FINLAYSON 3884264 

(BESIDE MAYFAIR) 


HONG 

KONG 

CHAIRS 

$3.99 

Continental Home Supply 
51 Johnson 386-2458 


mattress and box spring. 9x12 gold 


KILS HAW’S 
AUCTIONEERS 
Buy — Sell — Appraise 
1115 Fort 384-6441 


PAY CASH AND SAVE 
See Our Ad Under Miscellaneous 
PANDORA FURNITURE LTD. 
NEW AND USED FURNITURE 
1050 PANDORA AVE. 


HOUSE OF FURNITURE 
101 BURNSIDE AT HARRIET 
Brown vinyl hlde-s-lx>d. $79.95. 
Loveseat. $59.95. Hollywood bed. 
Open Saturday night until 4 
I-L34L 


TV RENTALS 

The Best TV Rental Service 
From as Low as *7.00 per Month 

PHONE TODAY 385-2435 

MAIS FURNITURE 
1821 Cook Street 


COMPONENTS. WHEN YOU LOOK 
for quality see Telefunken Com¬ 
ponents at 

ATLAS STEREO CENTRE 

764 Fort SL 385-2713 

FAST EXPERT SERVICE 


HAVE PURCHASED SIMPSONS- 
Scars Silvertone 25" color TV set. 
have for sale 21" Fleetwood Mack 
and white console TV. in good 
working condition. Walnut wood 
grained cabinet. 382-9400. 


RENT TV 

New models, black and white and 
colour. 

BUTLER BROTHERS 
1720 Douglas 385 3832 


HAVE PURCHASED SIMPSONS- 
Seara Silvertone color TV. selling 
23" Motorola black and white 
console TV. walnut cabinet. Working 
condition. 478-4219. 


SREREO WORLD 
726 YATES ST. 

SALES AND SERVICE 


SEE OUR SPECIALS ON TAPE 
recorders. AM-FM amplifiers, tape 
decks, etc. Quadra Servlcecentre. 
3514 Quadra. 385-6422. 

HAVE PURCHASED SIMPSONS- 
floured Television, selling 
23 Viking Console, black and white 
TV. Good corullUon, $100. 598-2939 


PHILIPS STEREO SALE 
TV Rentals, Sales-Service 
ELECTRON 

MOW. Burnside Rd. 383 5433 

J3" R.C.A. VICTOR. I YEAR OLD. 
will sell tor 875. 19" A.O.S. color 
TV. 9 months old, will sell for $250 
386-6111 


CLEANING 
Upholstered furniture and carpets 
cleaned and demothed In your home. 

For Free Estimates Call 
Ambassador Home Service, 382-5532 




ROYAL OAK SPORTING GOODS 
Your ONE STOP FISHING 
SUPPLY CENTRE. 
—CHECK OUR PRICES— 
Complete line of softball and 
baseball equipment and 
ACCESSORIES. 

ROYAL OAK SHOPPING CENTRE. 


FISHING TACKLE for the family 
— expert advice. 


PROFESSIONAL 
Racquet stringing. 

RAY S SPORTS CENTRE 
1692 DOuglas 3854312 


DIVTNG EQUIPMENT 
All the name brands. 

Scuba Shop 832 Flsgard 

SURFBOARD'S HAWAiCrr 
Excellent condition. $125 or offer. 
386-9427. 

BEN HOGAN GOLF CLUBS. CART 
and miscellaneous golf item*. 8100. 
478-21R7. 

BROWNING LIGHT U AUTOMA- 
tic 5. 3S" full choked ventilated rib 
barrel Brand new. *305. 743-5554. 


stint:* and 

FURNACES 


Oil. FURNACE 

85.000 B.T.U. automatic furnace 
with thermostat. 18 year* old and 
tn good working order, 8125. Offers 
considered. — 


COOK RANGE WITH OIL 
burner, outside tank and stand. 
Can be seen in operation. 479-1964. 


OIL HEATER. OIL STOVE WITH 2 
barreti and stands, *50 or offers. 

386-3579. 


OIL FURNACE COMPLETE WITH 
tank and wiring, etc. Best offer. 
388-1028. 


96 CAMERAS, SUlPPLIES 
and PHOTO FINISHING 


THE CAMERA DOCTOR 
IS COMING 
Bring out your camera for free 
testing, diagnosis end minor ad¬ 
justments by an expert. Our 
Camera Clinic win get your 
equipment In top shape tor sum¬ 
mer. The Doctor Is In on 
Friday, Mdy 14 from 11 a.nt-3 p.m. 

Saturday, May 15 from 
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. 

Special on processing for Bonus 
Dnvs. too — color print* from 
slide* or negatives, onlv 2S< 


or negatives. 


25c each 


VICTORIA PHOTO SUPPLY 
101.8 Douglas St. 385-3458 


PETRI COLOUR 35 COMPACT 
camera, new condition. 870- 
Takumer 88 mm 1.9, never used, 
*85. 385-2728. 


16MM SOUND PROJECTORS. EX- 
cellent condition, late models. 477- 
2773. 


LUNDS 

AUCTIONEERS 

WE BUY AND APPRAISE 

3x8-3308 


928 FORT 


FURNITURE REUPHOLSTERY 
For samples and free estimates In 
your home call J. Worden or G. 
Hodgson. 382-5111. 

Standard Furniture, 737 Yates 


A COMPLETE UPHOLSTERING 
service on all types of upholstered 
furniture. Specialized in antiques. 
Urbln's Upholstery, 921 Fort 385- 
3278. 


JACOBEAN STYLE OAK GATE 
leg table. $150. 3-pieee basket 
weave patio rumtlure. *20. Maple 
dinette table and 4 chairs. *125. 477- 


G-E TV. GOOD WORKING CON- 
ditton. 21". black and white. 3M- 
4507. 

BRAND NEW RCA VICTOR. 25" 
color televlskm. Sells for 883. price 
*63. 25is Government. 385-6860. 

21" A D M i R A 1. ON SWIVEL 
stand, working very well. Cheap. 
388-2851. 

23" SILVER'D>NE~ C < > N S O f. K . 
late model. Excellent condition $65. 
.3x6-2851. 

PHILIPS CONSOLE C ASSET ! E 
recorder. Was *124. asking *65. 
Offers. 382-4787. 

SONY - STEREO TAPE RECORDER 
TC 230. 3-speed plus Phillips 
automatic player. 385-0071. 

19" PORTABLE BLACK AN D 
white television. Like new. $85. 3*8- 
5880. 2538 Government St. 


I H I D E -A -W A Y BED WITH 
matching rocker; dinette set: other 
miscellaneous furniture. Near new 
condition. 385-5938. 


WALNUT DINING TABLE AND 4 
chairs, excellent condition; swivel 
rocker; chesterfield and chair. 385- 
7484._ 

OAK DESKS FROM 840; FILE 
cabinets from *35; oak chairs, from 
$5; oak tables from $15. Phone 
Monk < >ffiee Supplies. 384-0585. 

FOR SALE: 5-PIECE ~ YELLOW 
speckled arborite dinette suite with 
chrome legs. Good condition. $25. 
479-3595. 

NEW - DINETTE TABLE. ARBOR- 
Ite top. *25; 2 side chairs. 812. 383- 
0444. 

SOLID MAPLE BEDROOM SUITE. 
2 wing back chairs, mahoganv 
rocker 382-3917 


VILAS SINGLE DRESSER. NO 
mirror. Wheat color. *70. Phone 3X4 


CHESTERFIELD AND CHAIR 
wringer washer; arborite dinette 
suite. 384-4585. 


WE BUY YOUR FURNITURE, 
household goods pictures, tools, 
etc. Best cash prices. 3860462. 


TWO CHESTERFIELD SUITES 
Miscellaneous Items. 479-3644 after 7 
p.m. 


SIMMONS HtDE-A-BED. NEARLY 

new. liutial mi *OGn 
902-1473. 


HTDE-A-BED, GOOD CONDITION. 

870. 382-9722. 


A* 10 mattress. 

810. 598-3917. 


LARGE OFFICE DESKS. TABLES 
and chairs for sale. 384-OT23. 


YOUR CHAIR RECOVERED. $20. 
La bor, plus fab ric. 478-1282. 

LAZY-BOY CHAIR AND FOOT- 
rest. In excellent condition. 5924)778 


? L P* ™SBIp!l*D SOLID OAK 

buffet 385-2345. 


ROUND TEAK TABLE, 2 EXTEN- 
atoos, 880. 381-7174. 


M TV, STEREO, RADIO 
RALES and SERVICE 


21-INCH ADMIRAL TV. 

working order. *35. 479-7757. 


WE8TINOHOUSE 21" CONSOLE, 

good condition. 850. 383-5565. 


25" PHILCO CON- 


COLOR TV. 
sol e, 658-4460. 

SPARTON CONSOLE HIGH-F1 
and radio, sell or swap for good 
nig. 478-1607. 

8-WAY COMBINATION WITH 
warrantled picture tube with front 
doors. Excellent, $50 384-4349 

G-E IT’ COLOR 
warranty. AM-FM 
ponenu. 383-2680 


BLACK AND WHITE INSTANT 
Admirals TV. 234nch. lfr years. 388- 


VIKING STEREO. COLONIAL 
styling, in good condition. 384-4507. 


HUDSON'S TAPE CENTRE 
Stereo Reel Type Library 
1543 Fort at Pandora 382-0923 

bar! automatic! ste - reo 

record changer with dust cover. 
845. 478-2126. 


HALLTCRAFTER C.B.7, AC-DC. 10 
•eta of crystals. 478-3336. 


•70 EMERSON 25-INCH COLOR TV. 
4-year warranty. *600._478-4976. 

99 GROCERIES, MEAT 
mid PRODUCE 


ALBERTA MEAT 
DISTRIBUTORS LTD. 

FROM OUR RETAIL 
DEPT. 

Bacon, sliced 

side 55c ib. 

Delmonico Steaks 49c lb. 

Beef Sausage .’{ lbs. $1.00 

FROM OUR 
FREEZER DEPT. 

Front quarters 55c lb.‘ 


1811 Cook St. 


.185-5012 


HARVEY’S MEATS 

Ho me cured sm oked leg 
58c Ib. 

Smoked picnics 37c lb. 

Tenderized steak 30c ea. 

Beef aausage 49c lh. 

Pork chops tend cut) 50c lb. 

Freezer Specials 

STANDARD SIDES OF BEEF — 
GUARANTEED TENDER 69c lb. 
SIDES OF PORK 39c lb. 

Budget Terms Available 
Turn in to our free parking lot 
while shopping 

HARVEY'S 

2709 Quadra SL 383-2031 

CLOSED WEDNESDAYS 


SHOP AT "THE WiRE HOUSE" 
Wholesale Food Distributors 47 
Songheei Rd first turn left - 100 
ft past the Johnson St Bridge. 
Open dally 8 to 9: Sat -till 6 pm. 


E8SED RABBITS, 
lb.; older 


YOUNG, 

fryers. 8fic 
rabbits. 55c 
frozen. 478 * 

S rbankfarm 

0 ROYAL OAK 
Boiling Fowl, cut up, 2-3 lbs. each. 
10 pkgi fc.90_ 

WILLIAMS QUALITY MEATS 




t'RESH cauliflower, ssc a 

head. 82..i0 a case. 652-2353 after 5. 


FRESH EGGS. 479«07. 384 PROS 
pect Lake Road. 


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* and PRODUCE 


100 


THE WAREHOUSE WHOLESAUS 

K-h«I distributor*. 4T ftunghees Rd 
f irst turn tefl - 100 feet put 
Johnson Si. Bridge. Price* effective 
Mon., Tues., Wed Owen to the 
public dally. 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Open 
■Saturday ’til • p.m. We reaerve the 
right to limit quantltlea. Froth 
ground beef, lb. 49c, frying 
chlckena, cut-up tray pack, each 
69c: Bacon, lean, sliced. rindlett, 
39c lb.: Young sliced beef liver, lb. 
4&c; Allen fruit drtnka. 3 48-oz. tint, 
MIc: Windaor aalt. 3-lb. carton. 15c. 
Kelloggs Com Flake*. 16-oz. pkg. 
39t: York Fancy canned tomaloe*. 
3 28-ot. tint. Me; Sunlit* liquid 
i-tergent. 3 24-oz. 79c; Krtapee 

Potato China, 58c size only 37c. 
"The Warehouse" always Beils for 


WESTERN MEATS 

J“ 3 LI Uwy Valley Road 
Ph. 478-1621 Eves. 478-2820 

Frank and Bill Splller 
COMPARE OUR PRICES! 

Fully guaranteed red or blue brand 
Swift s Premium Beef. cut. wrap¬ 
ped and frozen. 

FREE DELIVERY 
Front quarter 57c lb. 

Sides of beef V. fi9e lb 

Hind quarter 79c lb. 

EXTRA SPECIAL 

l ean sides of pork 37c lb. 


VICTORIA BAKERY 
15 loaves for $2.87 
Sliced or unsliced 
822 Yates 382-0221 


SUPER LOW COST MARKET 
Inwer price, higher quality always, 
on our beef. Phone us today! 

999 Esquimau Rd. 383-8196 


100 MISCELLANEOUS 
FOR SALE 


LOOKING TO SAVE? 

See our selection before you buy. 
IV cash and save 30% on new 
furniture. 2-pc. chesterfield suites. 
195 to 1273; h!de-a-bcds, |149 to 
•179; recline rs. $79; platform 
rockers, 135.95; swivel rockers. 
839.95; 9-pc. rock maple dining 

suite, 8499; Duncan Phjfc drop leaf 
table ami 6 chairs. 8347.50; odd 
Duncan Phyfe drop leaf tables, *15 
to 8139; sets of 4 dthing chairs. 859 
to 8119; china cabinets, $49 to 8159; 
l tuff eta, 839.30 to 8159: desks. 831.95 
to 8M5; bookshelves, 813.30 to $65; 
chests of drawers $t7.30 to 8(59; 
dressers. 839 to 839 ; 3-pc. bedroom 
suites, $95 to 8199; single beds, 
839.50 to 869; bunk beds. 859 to 
8139; runaway cols. 817.50 to 133. 
frost free fridge. 1119; norishle TV 
•nd stand. 893: lamp sale continues, 
big savings on Swag lamps, pole 
lamps and table lamps direct from 
the factory. We have a large 
selection of glass and China gift- 
ware and many more items, all 
priced to sell. Come In and look 
around, all prices clearly marked. 

PANDORA FURNITURE LTD. 

New and Used Furniture 
1050 Pandora Ave. 

383-6319 


ALADDIN’S COTTAGE 

LTD. 

1857 Island Hwy. 
478-6042 


Pair or SPANISH table lamps, 
wrought Iron 8120 

LOUNGE and matching diajrs 8(59.50 

Older type 2-piece chesterfield, cut 
VELVET, marvellous 

849 30 


MISCELLANEOUS 
FOR SALE 


UNDER T H E YELLOW 
SIGN 

USED — USED -USED 

Easy chairs, from $9.95 
Cogswell rockers, 
from $39.95 

Sewing machine in cabinet 
and stool $33.95 

Vanity and mirror $19.95 
Gate Leg table $23.95 

Bleached mahogany double 
dresser and mirror $79.95 
Matching 4-dr. chest. Both 
like new $59.95 

French Prov, dining 
table $79.95 

5-pc. dinette sets from $39.95 
Glass china cabinet, 32” 
wide $49.95 

3-pc. sectional suite $139.95 
Armless converto from $49.95 
Panel beds, 54”. from $9.95 
Steel springs. 54” $4.95 

Contour chair, 
naugahyde $69.95 

Walnut 4-dr. chest $29.95 
Recliner, o x b 1 o o d , like 
new $69.95 

NEW-NEW -NEW 

3-pc. bed suites from $129.95 
2-pc. Chester, suites 
from $159.95 

Table lamps from $7.95 
Hollywood beds, 39”, 
from $59.95 

Hollywood beds, 54”, 
from $74.95 

Hostess chairs, from $19.95 
Rockers from $59.95 

Hi-back Colonial rock¬ 
ers $149.95 

Occasional tables in all 
shapes and colours, 
from $9.95 

Large selection of unpainted 
pieces on sliow. 

STANDARD FURNITURE 
BARGAIN ANNEX 
753 View St. 

Near Blanshard 
382-5111 


MISCELLANEOUS 
FOR SALE 


STEWART A HUDSON 
Building Supply Centre 

CARPET AND UNO 
REMNANTS 
Save up to 50% 

_>pe Color — Size 

Embossed nylon, 3'9"xI7__ 

Shag Marine, 4'0"xl6’6” 56.70 36.10 
Carved Nylon. 8*xir 64.00 48.00 
Embossed Rust, FxlF 86.90 37.36 
Loop Shag, 

Gold, 8T'xl0’6” 60.70 56.95 

Twist Bronze, ST’jCll’Y’ 31.30 20.73 
Loop Shag. Mots. Fair 64.96 58.65 

INDOOR-OUTDOOR 
_ _ CARPET REMNANTS 
Cushion Foam Reg. Sate 

Copper. 5’6”xir 28.38 22.70 

Red. 6 6 xl2* 33.54 26.83 

Green. rrxlT 17.41 29 93 

6 WIDE' 

CUSHION FLOOR REMNANTS 
_ _ Reg. Ssle 

YxJ 13.93 9.30 

• 8f 9.95 6.60 

irxT 31.80 21.70 

KS’xS’ 28 80 15.90 

Wxf 29.90 18.90 

lT.vi 38.85 26.90 

6' WIDE 

VINYL SURFACE REMNANTS 

Reg. Sile 

WxC U.20 7.50 

Hag 19.20 9.60 

U’xC 7.65 5 10 

Good selection at V wide Cushion 
Floor covering 1.99 Lin. FL 


12x12 Vinyl Asbestos Tile, 
Compare at 


17'/ic e 


OPEN 6 DAYS A WEEK 
7:30 to 5; 30 

CHARGES - BUDGETS 366-3211 
400 BLOCK GORGE ROAD EAST 

STEWART & HUDSON 


MISCELLANEOUS 
FOR SALE 


MA1S DAZE!! 

Used Appliance Clearance 

Marconi 3-way TV combina¬ 
tion with new 23” bonded 
picture tube, 4-speed stereo 
record changer and AM 
radio with separate bass and 
treble controls. Modern 
styling, 1-year picture tube 
warranty, only $229.95. 

2-pc. chesterfield suite, light 
green, $65.00. 

2-pc. chesterfield suite with 
bucket chair, $49.00. Used 
fridges from $29.95. 

Brand new apartment range, 
clock controlled oven, oven 
window and storage drawer 
(slight carrier damage), 
$159.95. 

MAIS FURNITURE 
AND APPLIANCES 
1821 Cook St. 385-2435 


-GUARANTEED - 
USED APPLIANCES 

Kenmore wringer washer $38 

Zenith semi-a u t o m a t i c 
square tub washer. Very 
clean $78 


31995 

Manv Other 

INTERESTING PIECES 
Old Sea Chests, etc. 

DEMOLITION SALE 

723 Cormorant St. (Old Knights of 
Pythias Building) Opposite City 
Hall. 

Doors. Windows, fluorescent lights 
and fixtures, hot water heating 
aj stem with radiators, hardwood 
flooring, Unoleum, modern wash 
basins Pembroke baths, modern 
toilets, exhaust fans, used concrete 
blocks, used red brick and metal 
fire escape. 

SEE MAN ON SITE 
SAT • SUN 
9 A M. - 7 P.M 

OK TRUCKING CO. LTD 


30” Moffat range, 
nice 


very 


; 30” Moffat range, O.K. 
value $78 

Automatic defrost Frigi- 
daire fridge $98 


Like new, 10 cu. ft. Colds pot 
fridge $128 


PEOPLE S TRADING POST 

Golf act — clubs, hag, cart: wood 
heater: boats and trailers; organ, 
wardrobe; gas range: electric 
guitar and amp; burl table; oak 
double pedestal desk; chesterfields; 
marine toilet; boats and trailers; 
utility trailer. RotoUller; etc., etc. 

2510 Trans Canada Highway 
178-3933 

Open Sunday 1-6 p.m. 

"THE POST WITH THE MOST- 


BARGAINS IN NEW. USED, 
estate, antique, real stone and 
costume jewellery, wrist and pocket 
or pendant watches, gifts, glass 
and crystal ware. TV sets, radios, 
leourd players, stylish furniture, 
rugs, drapes. small household 
appliances, kitchen and household 
Items, plus much more. Morgan 
Agencies 895 Esquimau Rd. Just 
across from Maverick Food 
Market. 


VILAS MAPLE 39-INCH BUNK 
beds or twin bc<ls. 863; vanity with 
skirt and stool, 810; dr luxe 
sleeping bag. cost 850. sell 823; G.E. 
toaster, new, cost 822. sell 810; 
Magnus chord organ, walnut cab¬ 
inet, 3 octaves. 830. 592-4971. 


RODS AND REELS. FISHING 
gear, boots, white shirts, sports 
shirts (light and heavy, sport 
jackets, sweaters, machinists' 
handbooks, small tools, afghans 
and doilies. Assorted prices. 598- 
4904. 


LEAVING CITY. SELLING 
davenport, queen-size bed. chester¬ 
field and chair, kitchen table with 4 
rnairs, lamp table, TV and fridge. 

3X2-5920. 


5 H P. OUTBOARD. 875; CHILDS 
solid oak. desk. 820; steel typewriter 
desk and chair. 810; 150 books, 

novels, fiction, classics. Cheap. 582- 
4394. 


I PALR FULL-LENGTH DRAPES, 
lined. 1 pair fibreglass, full-length. 
Round arborite coffee table. 382- 
4163. 


MAHOGANY BIFOLD DOOR. 87. 
Umbrella clothes Hne. 85. Holly¬ 
wood bed and pillow covers, 85. 682- 
9254. 

MOVING. HOUSEHOLD ITEMS 
for aailc: older fridge. zig-zag 
sewing machine, wringer washer, 
etc 382-0734. 


SINGLE BED ORTHOPEDIC MAT- 
tresa. 850; single stainless steel link. 
813; Burroughs adding machine, 815. 
Phone after 2 p.m. 383-3123._ 


K E LVTNATOR REFRIGERATOR, 
older model, good condition, 830. 478- 
2404. 


NEW BLACK BEAR RUG. FULLY 
dressed, head mounted. 8350 388- 

4183. 

YOUNG 1 MAN'S SUIT. SIZE 34. 
na\-y blue serge, worn once. 384- 

5570. 

I’OTTER'S KICK WHEELS MADE, 
non. Motorized. 8130. Batts avail- 
ab le. 383-3220. 

INSTANT WATER H E A T E R. 

. Prefect motor. 5.0(10 wait generator, 
lighting plant ;p!\-ni4!». 

EQUALIZER TRAILER HITCH. 
840- trailer mirrors. 812; small 
trans cooler, *12. 384-5928. 

DOUBLE BED AND MATTRE8& 
JO. Tent 6x9. like new. 830. 386- 


AJ1 items carry a full 
30-day guarantee 

C. TAYLER LTD. 

707 Johnson St. 

Sale Service 

383-3281 383-2324 


STOP 

THOSE BURGLARIES 
NOW! 

Install a wall or 
floor safe in your 
home or business 

PRICED FROM 
$75.50 up 

PRICE’S SAFE 
AND KEY SHOP 


-10 cu. ft. fridge as new 8139.95 
—RCA Estate ragne, like new 879.95 

-Fleetwood S-way TV combination. 
AM-FM radio, S.speed record 
player, 80-day parts and war¬ 
ranty 1389.95 


2 complete 39” beds with head- 
hoards. new mattresses and box 
springs 8199.95 


Many unadvertised NEW and 
USED bargains as our WARE¬ 
HOUSE SALE continues. 

THE TRADERS 

713 F1NLAYSON 368-6264 

(BESIDE MAYFAIR) 


THE TRADERS 
(DOWNTOWN STORE) 

Furnish your entire living 
room for only $288.88. This 
10-pce, de luxe grouping 
l ncludes 4-seater chester¬ 
field and chair, two step 
tables and matching coffee 
table, 2 table lamps, toss 
cushion, table centre and a 
liustess rocker. 

All this for only $288.88, 
$13.32 down and $11 
monthly. Portable TVs as 
low as $129.95. 

THE TRADERS 
,845 Yates 388-6013 


MEL'S MELS MEL'S MEL'S 

2ND ANNIVERSARY SALE 

4- pce. day lounge 156.50 

5- pee. walnut dinette ste. *80.50 

21" electric range 830.00 

Shufflcboard 8389.00 

Oven rangotte 816.95 

Wa!. coffer ‘able. 

Glasa top 816.90 

MEL’S BARGAINS 
828 Pandora Ave. 384-: 

Oppoalte B.C. Hydro 

MELS MEL'S MEL'S MEL'S 


SAVE MONEY ON 

Furniture and Appliances 
Chesterfield and chair $118.00 
Freezers, 16 cu. ft. $199.95 
23 cu. ft. $239.95 

Clearing Color TV, RCA, 
Zenith, Philco, 25” $549.95 
Used Furniture and App. 

ROYAL FURNITURE 
AND APPLIANCES 
“The Bright Red 
Warehouse” 

733 Johnson 388-9021 


POWERED - LAWN MOWERS 

879.50 


DAVIS 3.5 h.p. 

DAVIS Mark II 3.5 h.p. 
DAVIS 4 h.p. 


1108.50 


HAND MOWERS 
FOLBATE M3. 14" cut 819.95 

KOI .BATE M2. 16" cut 120.95 

CLEMSON. 14" cut 833.95 

CLEMSON, 16" cut 844.95 


DON’T BUY 
Any automatic washer until 
you see these name brand, 2- 
speed, 5-cycle with per? 
manent press and lint filter, 
on sale for $388. Matching 
dryer $188. Bank rate finan¬ 
cing. 

C. TAYLER LTD. 

707 Johnson St. 

Sales Service 

383-3281 383-2324 


847 Fort St. 


384-6221 


(a safe place to buy) 


BOTHERED BY POLLEN? 
DUST? SMOKE? 
COOKING ODOURS? 

Get relief with the Electro- 
home Electrostatic Air Puri¬ 
fier. It’s here now . . . ask 
for a demonstration. 

SURGICAL SUPPLIES LTD. 
1012 Broad Street 
384-8433 
(A Division of 
McGill & Orme) 


TWIN TUB 
Heavy duty 
WASHER 

EUROPEAN MODEL 
Large 7-lb. tub 

—try before you buy- 

low rental rates 
RENT TO OWN PLAN 
MAIS FURNITURE 
Rental Dept. 
385-2435 


GOLF CART. 815; DEEP FRYER. 
82. tent 9x9. 820; sink. 18x29 outside 
measure. $5; Volkswagen radio. 
810; golf clubs, Ben Hogan. UjO; 
chair, 5; camp cots. 85; Volks¬ 
wagen tire 815x13. 810: 2-burner 

Primus stove, 83 : 30-cup electric 
coffee pot, 88; hand saw. 84; lawn 
mower, hand. 83; canvas Larp, 
6x13. 815. 382-4776. 


PRICES SLASHED FOR ANNUAL 
STOCK CLEARANCE! 
Wheelchairs 1112.00 

Walkers IL4U 

Commodes 38.48 

Many other items at 
BIG SAVINGS 

Come and see a demonstration oi 
the amazing new BATHEVATOR 
(Bath Elevator). 

ALBRITE LIGHTING LTD. 

2016 Douglas St. Ph. 385-6326 


DEMOLITION SALE 

Used toilets, sinks, tubs, copper, 
bricks, windows, doors, hot water 
tanks and heating system, 2x4s. 
2x0s. 2x8a, 2x10s; carved bannisters, 
electric stoves, stove cable, 400-amp 
electrical service, oak panelling, 
etc. Bob's. Apply 

423 QUEBEC ST. 


7'XT’ TENT, SEWN FLOOR, WIN- 
(low. zipper front. 825: blonde wig. 
100 per cent human hair, cost J6U. 
sell 120; desk (may be used for 
sewing), 812; Venetian blinds. 
80"x46", 810; 66"x46 ", 87; enokwed 
hanging shoe hag. 82.50; blue 


C R A F TSMAN SCREWCUTTING 
metal lathe, backgeared 5-1. 6" 
swing. 12" centres. Cuts 8-96 T.P. 
Inch. 14 change gears. Four-Jaw 
chuck. Faceplate three-jaw chuck. 
Cutters. Keys etc. U H.P. Motor 
Countershaft, step pulleys. Belts. 
Spare saddle. El: Drill clamp. 
Instruction Book. *200. 3982 Douglas 
St.. Victoria 


SPECIAL' 1 

BLACKLIGHT with Fixture 
4 root 826.00 

18 Inch 819.00 

Two tube fluorescent fixture (tubes 
Included). 

817.90 

ALBRITE LIGHTING LTD. 

2016 Douglas St. 3654536 


JOHN DEERE 7 H.P. RIDING 
rotary mower. 8649. John Deere 
electric propelled mower. 1232. 1 
English used reel mower, *75. 
Victoria Jeep, Hillside at Rock 
Bay. 


RUGS: SAROUK 9X12, 800; BEIGE 
wool, approx. 7x8, 8L5; green nylon. 
9x10. 130; hall runners, all with 
underlays. Desk. *50; chest 
drawers, *S. Phone after 5 p. 
598-37T2 


LO-COST 

I.AWNMOWER SERVICE 
Reconditioned lawnmowers *20 and 
up. Special; rotary gas mowers, 
tune-up. clean and sharpen *8.50. 

Free pickup and delivery. 

31 Regina Ave. 3o4-9076 

For fast service. 


DEMOLITION SALE 

459-463 SUPERIOR 
Used plumbing and electrical fix¬ 
tures, complete electrical heating 
and electric hot water tank, late 
model oil furnace and tank, kitchen 
cabinets and electric stoves, win¬ 
dows, doors and used bricks. See 
man on Job for best deal. 


RUGS LOOK NEW." ITS SO 
easv with RUG MATE stain re¬ 
moving rug shampuo. Rent electric 
anampooer for 81.00, plus materials 
Clark and Pattlson, 760 Bay 3L Saa 
i for other 


BROADLOOM 
SAVE UP TO 50 per cent! 
Heavy acrylic ahag 88.85 sq. yd. 

Nylon 84.45 eq. yd. 

Spanish patterned kitchen 
carpet 86.90 sq. yd. 

CARPET TREND - 386-7301 
Craigflowcr at Bay 


NEW BOOK 

"ROCKHOUNDING and BEACH- 

S O.MB1NG on Vancouver Island.” 

nly 82.75 Ask to ace it at your 
favourite Itookstorr or at THE 
ROCKHOUND SHOP. 830 Toimle 
(“where Blanshard ends"> 388-5341. 
Closed Mon., open Frl. to 9 p.m. 


BRIGGS STRATTON 
PARTS 

Small Motor Repalra 
Open Saturday s 
MAYHF’V k STRUTT LTD. 
2300 Douglas St. 

Phone 388-7704 


61 T-BIRD CONVERTIBLE. TAPE, 
tack, all power, *593. 12',i fibre- 
glassed plywood runabout. 10 h.p. 
Johnson elec. 8494 or near offer. 
Sunday. 3664 Scott. 383-9847. 

GARAGE SALE. ODDS. ENDS, 
antique oil lamps, wicker chest, 
pictures, frames, portable oil heat¬ 
ers. small hike, miscellaneous, 
tools. 1092 Transit. 598-3929. 


WINDOWS (COLORED. A L U M I- 
num i; doors; sinks; toilet; clean, 
used red baker brick; antique 
sideboard; plywood; bronze hot 
water tank; 2"xl0's, newel posts. 
478-3634. _ 


E N C Y C L OPEDLA SET WITH 
bookcase, 8200. Websters 3 volume. 
7 language dictionary, 830. Chester¬ 
field and chair. 815. Large trike. 
US. Crib and mattress. 810. Hair 
dryer. 88. Spring horse. 82. 479-7703. 


RECONDITIONED 
UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS 
Reg. 8149.95. Now 8109. 

Rentals 110 per month 
ARGON OFFIC E EQ UIP. 383-521 4 

EVERYDAY IS MOTHER’S DAY 
WITH A MAYTAG DISHWASHER. 
Free home trial. Phono 383-6911. 
Butler Brothers Ltd.. 1720 Douglas 
St. (across from The Bay). 


BLACK AND WHITE 33" TV,' 
good condition: 8’ reception counter. 
Crib and mattress, • year size. Oil 
stand, custom built. 2 metal beds; 
8’ plywood boat. 388-4678. 




ENGAGEMENT AND WEDDING 
rings; Futuristic 3-piece stereo 
phonograph. 477-4330. 


HALL RUNNER. 18’ LONG, AS 

new; Beatty Ironer: G.E. wringer 
washer, good condition. 385-5497 


MIXED CHRYS ANTHEMUM 
plants. 83 a dozen. Coffee table. 

826. 396-1204. 


DRYER. GOOD CONDITION. 855. 
Phone 479-3149. 


RENT Apartment washer — no 
plumbing required; and Apartment 
1 iryer — ni> wiring or venting 
required. 

from 

BUTLER BROTHERS 
1720 Douglas St. 3834911 


PLAN THAT SWIM FLOAT NOW 
— Get the Jump on summer fun! 
Styrofoam logs are best for 
buoyancy — they won’t let you 
down. And the tlret cost Is the last 

Always in stock at - - * 

Plastics Ltd.. 3103 Doulgae. 


GOOD USED APPLIANCES 
384-4336 383-1347 

VAN ISLE VARIETY 
943 Klnn 


guise .(3 carat) wedding rings. 
Btrks appraisal in April 81.600. 
sacrifice 8600. 479-5406. 


8 CUBIC FOOT FRIGI DAIRE 

refrigerator. 829. 384-7813 A ll Temp . 
OLD - FASHIONED OAK ICE BOX. 
B50. 3844084. 

40’ ALUMINUM EXTENSION 


RACQUET CLUB SHARES, >300. 
Girls bike 22" wheels, 825. Phone 
392-7079. 


CORDUROY LOVESEAT, |80; 8MM 
Eumlg movie projector, 830. 592- 
4229. 


ladder. 386-7274. 

STEREO. RECORDING "CASETTE 
player. 479-7538. 


B.C. ALUMINUM WINDOW 
Now Installed. 25% off. 479-3282 


HOOVER WASHER SPIN 
good condition. HOP. 383-2843. 


EXERCISER BIKE, 
old. 850 382-9513. 


MOVING OVERSEAS. SELL ALL 
household equipment, electric tools, 
hand- tools, car hitch, garden tool*. 
•-’4’ ladder 385-3131 4?4 Gorge Rd. 

East. 


UTILITY TRAILER, 2& H.P. 
Brlggs-Stratton motor, bronze not 
water tank, coal and wood heater, 
boy * bike, rangette. miscellaneous. 


Priced from 85.70 for ■Iw 5 ft. x 7 ft 
VICTORIA TENT k AWNING LTD. 
831 Flsgard St 3824215 


ALF BECKER AND SONS 
See our orbit air mower. It cuts, 
mulches and cleans In one pass. 

2681 THHcum 3844114 


USED CHESTERFIELDS FROM 
839.30. Excellent used washers from 
839.50. MacDonald Furniture Mart, 
Pandora and Broad, 383-DTI. 


HOWARD GEM 250 COMMERCIAL 
model hand rototlller. Good working 
order. Asking 8800. Nc 
Saturday please. 382-4417. 


COMPLETE S P O D E DINNER 
service. 32 pieces, Rose Bud Chintz. 
8360. 385-1518. 


DE LUXE IMITATION FIRE 
lace, a lovely piece of furniture. 


85 : 


MOVING. MUST SELL. BABY 
bath, cuddle seat. 6 month crib and 
mattress, lawn mower 537 Obed 


TELE TECH SERVICES LTD. 
Good used ranges, refrigerators and 
televisions for sale 

1203 Wharf Street 
2854783 


ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT; 
tape recorder; combination propane 
kitchen stove; guitar; trains. 383- 
2920. 

SOLID WALNUT DINING ROOM 
suite, extension table. 6 chairs, 
buffet, china cabinet. Reel power 
mower and catcher. 835. 598-3230 

GOLF CLUBS. MATCHED SET. 
hag and cart, like new. *175 Cost 
over *400. Spring horse. *10. 658- 
8391. 

TRAILER HITCH. ’67-’68 FIRE- 
bird custom made. *10; G.M.C new 
rim and tire, heavy duty 700x15, 
*40. 382-1361. 

AIR COMPRESSOR ON WHEELS. 
Commercial Delvlss spray gun. 100’ 
of high pressure hose. *300 or 
nearest offer. 478-6476. 

2 COLLAPSIBLE CAMP COTS, 17 
each. 2 Safari cots, 13 each. 478- 
8947. 

CONCRETE INCINERATORS. *12.95 
delivered, easy instruction*. Instal¬ 
lations. Casco Products 592-4161. 

M A C R A M E AND W E A V I X G 
supplies. Island Hand Craft House. 
Gllmar Pottery . 1700 Kings Road. 

TENT TRAILER. SLEEPS~1 
adults, *300. 9x9 umbrella tent. *30. 
592-7788. 

VANGUARD T~iTu C K CANOPY, 
fully insulated, slide windows, as 
new. 652-1629. 

30 POINT SOLITAIRE ENGAGE- 
mrnt ring, *75. Must sell. 382-6334. 

STEEL SWIM MING POOL, 
2Vi’xl0\ as new, 592-7678. 

HOME FREEZER. IN GOOD CON- 
dition. *73. 476-2288. 

CCM ROWING EXERCISER. LIKE 
new-. *45. 382-3835. 

GOOD CASSETTE TAPE 
recorder and six tapes. 3834)381. 

3’ PLATEGLASS MIRROR, 
round. 598-4251 after 4 p.m. 

ESTATE SALE. TV. HI-FI. DESK, 
beds. 401-430 Dallas. 383-8347. 

HOOVER WASHER SPIN DRYER, 
14 months old. *110. 478-5610. 

BABY CARRIAGE. BONNIE 
Brae, clean. *30. 384-5996. 

BABY FURNITURE. 

476-2804. 

LARGE FRliJGE AND ELECTRIC 

range, good condition. 479-7242. 

GLIDER TYPE GARAGE DOOR. 
385-0648 

DEEPFREEZE, CHEST 29 CU. FT. 
*225. 477-5188. 


MISCELLANEOUS 
FOR SALE 


- HEADQUARTERS - 
OUTDOOR 

POWER EQUIPMENT 

Largest stock 
on Vancouver Island 

Large selection of 
RECONDITIONED 
MOWERS 

Rotaries from $35.00 
Reels from $39.50 

HAND MOWERS 
from $10.00 

3 USED 

GARDEN TILLERS 
from $99.50 

GILSON 

chain-drive tiller 5 H.P. 
with reverse 
SPECIAL $199.95 

WILKINSON SWORD 
SHEARS 

Lung handle flat-cut 
REG. $21.95 SALE $16.50 

Long handle vertical-cut 
REG. $16.95 SALE $13.95 

MEN’S HAND SHEARS 

with pruning knotch 
REG. $14.95 SALE $11.75 

LADIES’ HAND SHEARS 
REG. $12.00 SALE $9.50 

SUPER KNIFE-CUT 
PRUNER 
REG. $10.95 SALE $9.95 

REPAIRS - - PARTS 
SHARPENING for most 
ENGINES and GARDEN 
EQUIPMENT 


VICTORIA 

LAWNMOWER HOSPITAL 
834 Johnson 386-8338 

HOURS—8:00 to 5:30 
MON. through SAT. 


WOODWARD’S 

FURNITURE ** 

ARMLESS LOUNGES 
Ideal for rumpus rooms, 
cottages, sewing rooms — 
settee by day and bed by 
night, gold or blue $59.Q0 

2- pc lounges, brown 
green or gold $134.00 

Large selection of occa¬ 
sional tables, floor samples 
to clear. 

RUGS 

9x12 substandards $49.88 

UNPAINTED CHESTS 
Floor samples to clear 
Limited quantities 

3- drawers $16.44 w 

5-drawers $24.44 and $28.00 
Desks $21.44 

Bookcases $12.88 

9-drawers $38.88 

779 PANDORA AVE. 

386-3322, Local 216, 219 


SPRING SALE 

LAWN BOY MOWERS 

REG SALK 
Dt LUXE W' | 98.95 8 «. 99 

Dh LUXE 19" 114.95 92.99 

GRASS CATCHER 19" 129.95 103 99 
GRASS CATCHER 21" 134.95 107.99 


ELECTRIC 


EASY TERMS 
AVAILABLE 

10 PER CENT DOWN WITH UP 
TO 24 MONTHS TO PAY THROUGH 
OUR OWN COMPANY. 

SUPPLIES LIMITED. 


MULLINS MARINE 
SALES LTD. 

925 Yates St., 
382-1928 


m mmm mmm 
m mm mm mm mm 
mmm m m mm 
mm mm mm 

mm mm 'irmr 

mm mm mm 

mm mm mm 

mm mm mm 

SEE US 
AT OUR 

NEW LOCATION! 

3172 Douglas 
(opposite Mayfair) 

SCRUBBABLE! 

Prepasted vinyl 
wallpaper. 

1,200 rolls in stock 
Reg. $4.15 per single roll. 
SALE $2.49 per single roll. 

GALAXIE 

WALLPAPER 

We are still offering 40% 
OFF on all our remaining 
stock. Hurry while it lasts! 

RUBBERSET BRUSHES 

Pure bristle and nylon 
% OFF! 

EXTERIOR 

ACRYLIC-BASE LATEX 

For wood, concrete, 
masonry 

ONLY $7.95 gal. 

FARGO 

FENCE PAINT 
ONLY $2.95 gal. 

STURDY WOODEN 
STEPLADDERS 
4’ - ONLY $5.95 

mills paint sales ltd. 
Now At 

3172 Douglas St. 
383-8412 


THINKING OF NEW 
FLUOR COVERING? 
SIMPSONS-SEARS ha* VICTORIA’S 
finest and must complete selection 
of WALL-TO-WALL. INDOOR-OUT¬ 
DOOR or ROOM - SIZE RUGS as 
well a* LINOLEUMS and TILES. 
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED . . . 
Installation by our own craftsmen 
and YOU CAN CHARGE IT: Phone 
for free estimate. SIMPSONS-SEARS. 
388-9111. 


S 


ANNUAL GRADUATION 
—SPECIAL— 

SUITS! 

In popular colours and 
stylings, pure wool 
worsteds. Reg. $79.50 
values 

$59.50 

LES PALMER LTD. 

714 View 382-2825 

Just up from Douglas 
Free Parking, 

View Parkade 


— LOW PRICES - 
— EVERY DAY — 

TILLICUM FURNITURE 
and APPLIANCES 
Tillicum at Craigflower 
384-1216 

Hillside Shopping Centre 
382-3331 


2 WOODEN GARDEN CHAIRS 

and coflee table, painted |7 .)U; 
painted matcliotick drape*. 3-9'x5'7" 
high. 1 - 4 ’ 10 "* 16" high 87 51) each .1 
metal % endian blind* with plastic 
tapes. 34'V’x37" high. 72"x44Vfc’\ 
3i"x44Vj", 84.50 cadi. Drapery 

*)”. 76", 132". 144", 40c foot. 


3854)520. 


REMINGTON LEKTRO BLADE T- 
curd oordleaa shaver. New 830. 385- 
0520. 


OLD FURNITURE. SUITABLE 
for Bummer cottages, bed*, chairs, 
wash stands, etc. 385-9632. 


TAN NYLON 501 HARDING RUGS, 
10x12, 7x9. 3 runner* TV'tnr. 855. 
476-8806. 


GENDRON BUGGY. 840; CHANG 
ing table, darrying chair, bathtub. 

382-2920. 


VIKING WRINGER WASHER, 
working older, wringer yurt over¬ 
hauled. 820. 382-4561. 


31" BATHROOM VANITY. 830: 
bathroom and kitchen cabinets 
built. 588-1892. 


SMALL CHILDS TABLE. CHAIRS 
and cupboard set; flower boxei and 
birdcages. 4774107. 


WEST INGHOUSE FROST-FREE 
refrigerator, approximately 14 cu. 
ft. capacity. 160. 477-8490. 


MISCELLANEOUS 
FOR SALE 


XXXXXXXXXXX 

EATON’S 

WAREHOUSE 

STORE 

749 VIEW ST. 

Remember You Can 
Budget Charge 
Through Our 
Customer’s Accounts 
Office, 3rd. Floor 

XXXXXXXXXXX 


MEN’S RUNNING SHOES 

White or blue canvas up¬ 
pers. white ’’Crinkled” rub¬ 
ber soles. Sizes 6 to 11 ,99c 

SPENCER’S STORKS LTD. 
1110 Gov’t St. “Downtown” 


CONNOISSEUR ITEMS 
.LUTED FRENCH PROVINCIAL 
chesterfield and chair, exquisite 
rare French Brocade, just restored: 

De luxe G.E. fridge, cross-top ° 
freezer, all refinement* including i 
wine rack; pair of 39” Simmons ’ 
Beauty Real mattress and box 
spring. Zlpperrd mattress cover, as 
new. Owner moving, miscellaneous 
artjelej including 34” range. 656- 
3S67. 


BURLED WALNUT BEDROOM 
suite, complete with box spring and 
mattress, 8154.95; other good 
quality bedroom suites, *49.95 to 
8139.95; Duncan Phyfe, walnut and 
limed oak dining room suite* and 
furnishings. Floral div-oliht 
lounges, 899.95 pair. Glass, china, 
lamps, bric-a-brac. etc. Eddy's 
Furniture. 414 Craigflower. 383 ^ 219 . 
— n, Sunday “ * 


HELP!! 

WE RE OVERSTOCKED 

Used sewing machines from *15 up, 
used TV rental sets, from *5-845. 
353-1760. 904 D Esquimau Rd. 


LOW COST LAWN MOWER 
_ J SERVICE 
Reconditioned lawnmowers. 820 and 
up. Special rotary gas mower tunc- 
up. dean and sharpen. 88.50. Free 
pickup and delivery. 31 Regina 
Ave., 384-9079. 

For Fart Service. 


GOOD USED FRIDGES. 849.95 UP; 
stoves, 24” size 839.95 and up; 5- 
Pee wood dining suite, walnut 
finish. 849.93. Also brand new 
u n finished dressers. bookcases, 
chest, desks etc. at low, low prices. 
Better Buy Home Furnishings Ltd.. 
704 View tdownstalrsi, 3854345. 


BEDROOM SUITE; 1961 FORD 
wagon; pair of Flintlock pistols; 
tape recorder; FM tuner and amp. 
2 speakers; electric guitar; decor 
wall clock; 2 boat seats; sword and 
•pear gun. 477-5142. Will sell 
trade. 


NAVY OIL PAINT. 83.30 GALLON. 
Air cooled British diesel. Stainless 
steel work bench. *3. 2-ton Simplex 
chain block. 865. Irrigation pump. 


JOHN DEERE 7 H.P. RIDING 
rotary mower. 8649 John Deere 
electric propelled mower. 8252 1 

English used reel mower, 875. 
Victoria Jeep. Hillside at Bay. 


WOULD THE PARTY WHO RE- 
plied to Box 349, the weekend of 
April 24, 25. re: butter chum and 
separator, please phone 478-1632, 
between 7 and 8 p.m. 


A B.C. ELECTRIC - 382-7221 
New and Rebuilt Appliances, 
Vacuum Cleaners. Pollshe-*. etc. 
One-year warranty. Good selects 
Reasonable prices. 821 Fort St. 

HAVE PURCHASED SIMPSONS- 
Sears Kenmore automatic washer, 
now selling Moffat Norge 2-speed 
automatic washer. 850 or l>ert offer. 
592-1096. 


HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS, 
freezer, dishwasher, garden equip¬ 
ment, bunk beds. etc. Saturday 
Sunday . 1001 Foul Ba>. 

APARTMENT SIZE GURNEY 
electric range, good condition. 845: 
oak desk. 42"x3o". 820; assortment 
preserving Jars, 392-7762. 


HAVE PURCHASED SIMPSONS- 
Sears Kenmore washer and dryer. 
Now selling Hoover washer spin 
uryer. 890 or best offer. 478-7183. 


ONE MINI BIKE. 4 HORSE- 
power. Mustang 3-speed boy s bike. 
’64 Galaxie station wagon. Daytime 
478-1651. after 7 479^944 


VICTORIA DINERS’ TICKETS. 

now over 850 in dining value for 66. 
592-7680 or 382-1310. 


HUB FURNITURE 
Buy and sell good used furniture. 
Johnson 184-6425 


RANGE. DOUBLE BED. BUGGY. .1 
cribs. 4 baby seats, trouble HghL 
642-3597. 

COMPLETE OFFICE FURNISH- 
ings and machines. 386-6622 days, 
479-5908 evenings. 


BRAND NEW SQUARE DANCE 
dress wilh 2 crinolines, size 12-14. 
l2j.J*8 7|M. 

HOOVE* CANISTER V A < r r m 
with attachments, good condition. 
814. 479-6526 


ELECTRIC HEDGE CLIPPERS, 
also electric curd; galvanized 
garden sprayer. 592-6475. 


HOOVER WASHER SPIN-DRYER, 
excellent condition. Beit offer. 568- 

5275. 


MOVING. SELLING FRIDGE 
rtovc. freezer, bunk beds, al 
household furnishings. 478-4630. 


PEDIGREE BABY CARRIAGE, 
good condition. 850; Jolly jumper, 
84. 477-4343. 


HOOVER WASHER SPIN DRYER. 
8110 or beat offer. 363-7248 after 6. 

LIFE-TiME‘~8PAr'MEMBERSHIP. 
8300. 388-3008 after 6 p.m . 

HEALTH SPA MEMBERSHIP. 816 
monthly. 478-3044. 


BABY BUGGY. 840. STROLLER. 
810 (used 2 months). 384-0836. 


INCINERATOR BARRELS 
84.50. free delivery. 383-1328 


ROYAL DE LUXE PORTABLE 
typewriter. 825. -- 


ftatlH C&ulimUt. Victoria, B.C., Sunday, May 9, 1971 

The Daily Crossword Puzzle 


ACRfMfl 

Walked over 

Hindu guitar 

Meat 

Assistant 

Ordinary 

speech 

Automobile 

part 

Pocket 

billiards 

experts; 

Slang 

Get out 

of b«d 

Hit 

Made a 
abort burnt 
of activity 
Ultra —: 
Beyond 

ai up ~* r 

presidential 


Mort 
precipitous 
Snarl 
Pull into 
pieces 
Stories 
Monetary 
unit of 
Bulgaria 
Hesitation 
syllables 
8 Put forward. 

for adoption 
a Hail! 
a Ibsen 
character 

3 Respond by 
an action 

4 Coffin stand 
8 Thawed 

7 Wind from 
a certain 
direction 
0 Marry 
1 Weatherman'* 
word 

12 Members of 
a fighting 
force 

6 Turning 
point 

D Ore of 
Labrador 
n Deepest 
14 Surface 
bounding 
a solid ligure 
B Having 
hearing 
organs 
16 French 
pronoun 

7 vehte'e 
mounted on 
runner* 

W Curtain 
19 Appear 
to exist 


By R. A. POWER 

r 



DOWN 

1 Plumbing 
fixtures 

2 Insurrection 

» Fragrance 

4 Release 
from 
bondage 

» Domain 

6 Man’s name 

7 High rock 

8 Inquiries 

9 Intervals 
of relief 

10 -— Lands: 
Treeless 
plain in 
northern 
Canada 

11 Departure 
from Uie 
stage 

12 Different 

13 Fodder 

M Omit 

22 Edict 

24 Prohibit 

25 Fastening 
devices 


100 MISCELLANEOUS 
FOR SALE 


HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS 
WANTED 

By the houseful or individual piece. 
Phone for our evaluation Ik? foie 
you trade or sell your belongings. 

ALADDIN’S COTTAGE 

LTD. 

478400 

THANK YOU 


CASH PAID FOR BROKEN dR 
good condition used jewellerv. 

watches, old gold or silver, clocks, 
ornaments. glassware. household 

11 <•, m ,«• kitchenware. TV nets, 

portables, radios, record players, 
combinations, records, small appli¬ 
ances. furniture, beds, chert* of 
drawers, lamps, rugs, drapes What 
have you? .ivkPCtJ. 656-2631 


Open Friday till 8. : 


lays 14. 


2 SINGER FULLY AUTOMATICS 
in console cabinets. Pfaff fully 
automatic oi»en am. model 36u. 
like new. *249. Treadle. 822.50. Elec, 
portable. *19. All machines fully 
guaranteed for one year. Sawver 
Sewing Centres, 840 Fort St, 388- 


OWNER LEAVING CITY. HOUSE* 
hold effects, 9-piece mahogany 
dining rnt*n suite, white arborite 
ciiTular kitchen table with 4 swivel 
chairs, living room furniture, 
washer, stove, fridge, garden tools. 
592-0682. 


AUTOMATIC WASHER. 8165; RE- 
mgerator, |125; 24-inch range. *150. 
Ail nearly new; Easy dryer, 855; 
dinette suite? *33; power reel 
mower. *45; 14-foot boat and trailer. 
8230. 479-3209. 


CHERRY WOOD TONGUE AND 
groove flooring. 3.800 lineal feet 
random lengths. 8 cent* per foot; 
shingles 18". No. I perfections. 820 
per square. 385-3811. 


REDDISH BLONDE WIG. NEW. 
human hair, 849. Pair green drapes, 
floral panels over 6 width*, malrh- 
ing twin bedspreads, cleaned. 852 
417*3600. 


HAVE PURCHASED SIMPSONS- 
Sears Kenmore automatic washer, 
selling my McClary Easy wringer, 
excellent condition. Worth selling. 
180. 478-4867. 

UTILITY TRAIL ER, 
licensed. 840; Plywood dinghy and 
oars with roofrack, 820; folding boat 
seat. *13: 652-2453. 


PLAIN BRITISH INDIA RUGS, 
like new. Green 9'x9\ *150: honey 
beige. 9x8’. *150 and 9'xl3’, *175. 
384-4763. 


HIGH TABLE (BABY CHANGE 
drawer and shelf. I*. "Heathkit" :>• 
laboratorj oscilloscope. 830 Old 
trunk. 12. 385-3673. 


2 S I N C. L E PEDESTAL DESKS*' 

each 830; twin metal l>eds with 
mattresses, each *25: corfce and 2 
end tables, set 840 . 477-3004 

CAR-TOP BOAT. TENT TRAILER 
with some extras, used 3-soeed 
bike. 3884167. 

SCENIC O f~L PAINTING~s1 *i 
Hollywood bed; 9x12 Ivorv carpet. 
392-0717. 


EXPENSIVE TEAK BASED TABLE 
top tri-llght. 82>: hand mower, 86 

383-4608. 


3-WAY CARRIAGE. A-l CONDI- 
ti<m. Plavtex nurscr. never used 
Miscellaneous articles 3844092. 

BATHTUB - AND - fTxtIt R E S~ 
double window; outside door and 
frames. 383-5753. 


MISCELLANEOUS 

WANTED 


115 ffWATS 

KIDDY CARNIVAL HIDES, (EOF- 
cand y, g ames, tic Going 


peiiwn not afraid to 
year. Terms to right 

trade for property or__ 

pc.ee 00.000 Victoria Prase. 
464 


OR LOT 


TRADE YOUR HOUSE 

on tills 1970 doub4r-wti_ 

l-akes trailer al Goidrtream Villa. 
Full price reduced to $13,000. aad 
immediate possession possible, to 
new call ALF PORCHER. 3K3 
Mayfair Realty Ltd. 


METRO WALK-fN VAN. CON 
verted to camper, suitable trade* 
man or delivery. 4-speed tranxmb 
sion.-tested, your offer, or trade for 
small car 4784131 after <4. 


HAVE ’39 POXTIAC. XEW 

brakes, front end and shocks. \VU) 
swap for old oak dining room suite 

_ ~uG!o32 l Hl ‘ FI * Un ^ U1( * r m 


labor 


CASH PAID 
For used cameras, darkroom and 
photographic equipment 

ELECTRIC EYE 

__Camera* and Service 

1006 Broad St. a 

Open 9 to 9 Mon. to Fri 
9-5:30 SaL 


M WANTED 

FULL SIZE V4 STATION WAGON. 

have ’62 International Scout pttkuo 

4x4 or ’62 Olds 88 4-door hardtop 
sedan to trade f- 


ABEL TRADING CO. 

422 JOHN ST. 

_1 copper 33c. Bran 20c. 

Battertc!, Kc Rad* 23c. Beer 
tottlei 25c doz. We buy and sel 
focal win# bottles. 422 John 9L 388 - 


SCRAP CARS, METALS 
Car Bodies—reasonable charges 

Complete U.S. Car—we isiy *T00. 
fc°- J Coppet Wire 36c, Car rads up 
to 36e. Batteries 73c each. 

MORRIS GREENE INDUSTRIES 
1882 Store SL 


ONE-YEAR-OLD PHILLIPS __ 

able electric organ Reverberation 
etc. New rost «55u Will ewup N 
boat unit. <56-1675 

WILL TRADE B’ FLEETCUtF 
trailer, sleeps 4. stove, icebox, et 
value 81.230. for over the n 
camper. 479-3412. 

» CHRYSLER USE NEW VO 
mortgage, agreement, tend, hou* 

385-4165. 


SWAP ICE BOX AND *1 HERRING 
—‘ new. for propane fridge or buy 


KILSHAW’S 
AUCTIONEERS 
Buy — Sell — Appraise 
1115 F ort 384-6441 

FOR MONET IN A HURRY WE 
buy or loan money on tools, guns 
and muu cal instruments. Broad 
.ohnaon Trading Centre. «7 - 639 

383451Z Str ** 1 (oppo * it# Sho *’ 


1959 MERCURY 4 DOOR TESTED 
Trade for radial arm aaw or T H] 
; Ridley. 

; GRAVEL TRUCE FOR fHH H 

1 have you? 363-3001. 


THE SALVATION ARMY 
urgently needs your re-usable cloth¬ 
ing, furniture and household good* 
& n®'* 1 Family 

pin ft Store*. Victoria. Sldrey and 
Langford. For pickup call .'1864296 


„ FAMILY TRADING LTD. 

Cash for furniture, tools, appli¬ 
ances. guns. etc. 

/ai Coldstream 478-5631 

Mon. • Frl. 9 a m. - 6 pan. 

Sun. 14 p.m. 


WANTED: TRICK SKIS AND MINI 

bike For sate. 10-xpeed Peugeot. 
$t>3. 100 amp switch. *S. 200 amp 
meter socket and gutter. *25 
Fluorescent fixture. *7. 477-6722. 


LUNDS 

AUCTIONEERS 

APPRAISE AND BUY FOR CASH 

928 FORT _ 3864308 

CENTENNIAL YEAR MUSEUM 
needs donations of anything histor¬ 
ical. Costumes, uniforms, shoe*, 
from bric-a-brac to wagon Lain* 
656-427*. 6564444. 


SELL YOUR FURNITURE AND 

appliances quickly and efficientlv 
through the House of Furniture 
consignment plan. 382-1344. Guaran¬ 
teed Sale. 

WANTED: USED RANGES AND 
refrigerators. Generous allowances 
If you trade or we will buy outright 
at BUTLER BROTHERS LTD.. 1720 
Douglas St. 383-6911. 

CASH 

We Buy Used Furniture 
and Ap| ’ 


117 


ANTHfUES 


ALADDIN'S COTTAGE 

_ LTD. 

Bne-a-Brac. Glassware. China. *tc., 
purchased. Phone for our valuation 
before y ou aacrifice. Phone -47N4M2 

THANK YOU 


KILSHAWS 
Buy for Cagh 
Appraise fur all purpose*. 
1115 Fort 


WANTED ANTIQUES. COLORED 

glass, etc Skeleton dock, ahip'a 

clock, carriage dock. Will i- 

price. Any « 

Mickey Mm 
etc 6424086 


LUNDS 

Now collecting for our JG ._ 

auction: furnishing*, Pvrthm nos. 
silver and collectors' items. 

926 FORT 


TOP CASH PRICES FOR OLD 
china, glass, silver, paintings, furni¬ 
ture. Jewelry. b.C Indian Itstm 
etc BYGONES ANTIQUES, 10 B 4 
Fort. 383-8036. day or night 


TOP PRICES FOR OLD UUU4&. 
I lewder, copper, chtna and nraall 
nieces of lumituir Avenue An 

?s. 39s-3731. 


EDISON DISC PHONOGRAPH AND 
discs, 1&T6 nc’A Victor, 
radio, record player an 
“ 47»-<77>j 

POT BELLY^HEATER CKN 
seen **—■•*-- - -— 

Ave. 


S' GRANDFATHER CLOCK. 
Westminster chimes. 478-5777 ar 383- 


rhairv 582-4229 


3S8-9021 


SWAN CARRIAGE. 2 YEARS OLD. 
In^ jpxrt^condltion. Other baby 


CHAIN LINK FENCING FREE 
estimates. D.D.P Enterprise. 385- 

1512. 


1 PAIR BRASS CANDLESTICKS, 
unique design. 384-4560 after 10 
a.m. 


Eves . 5664105 l20 LAIUIKA SIWIJHX 

SQUARE DEAL BUYS- 

Copper, Brass, Radiators. Fertilisin' 

, Bottles and Jars bought. i---- 

333-1221 1126 Hillside 3S3-1601 1 A-I FOR LAWNS OR GARDEN 2- 

! WANTED: LAW?TsWIN C : MAPLE, iX^nT mSxSTZ tttT’S' sS 
I OrMSer. diest desk, bookshelf, old- LoadnT4 lOv^T All tvmwTmSlr 

S-iTl2-u». f,JOd 

AGED CHICKEN MANURE W IT H 
mulch, your best organic fortttt 

Delivered. 6 yards, |L. 12 yds ’ 
478-41*4. 


CASH FOR YOUR USED APPLL 
ances. We also take trades on new 
appliances C. Tayler Ltd.. 707 
Johnson. 883-2324 


345. GENDRON BUGGY. GEN- 
dron stroller. 320. as new 384-9551. 
479-6936. 

UNITRON HEARING AtoTwAS 
837> asking *100. Just plug Into 
wall to charge, 386-6929. 

modernTwringer w ashVr 

with timer and filter pump. 33 n 386 


ONE USED COl-DSPOT FRIDGE, 
working order. *20. 47S-1653 

RUG 833nritCHEN~SET 340: SOFA 
*"■ bed 320. 384 5904. 


WANTED 

Used car liatteries. 80r each 
Industrial Iron and Metal 
343 Tyee 


GOOD BOOKS ALWAYS BOUGHT 
HAUNTED BOOKSHOP 
845 Fort 


SOLID OAK DINING ROOM 
table and chairs. Reasonable 478- 

4032. 


STRAIGHT HORSE MANURE, 
well aged. 812 pet pi c kug* MU. 

delivered. 642-3461 


OLD COW MANURE NO J_. 

6 yarda 823. 3 yards «4. bag H 

385-4356 

HORSE MANURE. hi A EKOK.X 

or over delivered. ,- — 

1536. 


- _ _ SIDNEY DUCK FARM 

WE BUY TOUR FURNITURZ j 


RACQUETS CLUB FAMILY, 
Membership reduced. 477-6507 

iTverES T-JEN KINGS WHEED 
chair, good condition. *85. 478-1933. 


WANTED: CANOPY OR LOW 

camper for 8' step side box 477- 1 

3339. 

JUNK CARS HAULED I" 

12 paid for most complete large 
cars Williams 382-9395 


GORDON'S TRACTOR HBRVICE 
Rotovate. cultivate, le vel plow. 


BABY FURNITURE. EXCELLENT 
condition. Reasonable. 479-2792. 


13Vi lb. jar, 34.30 : 2 - 68.30 . 4 - 116 
Babe's Honey. 1998 Lansdowne 


103 MISCELLANEOUS 
WANTED 


WANTED. FRIG. STOVB. WASH 
in** machine, good condition. 3 b4- 
7967 

WANTEdTLOGGER PEE-VEE. 383- 
6407, Sunday evening and weekdav 
evening* 


disc. __ _„ _ 

muling Top mil, flJJ, 
custom haying. 632-7736 


GOOD CERAMICS WANTED TOR 
sale on consignment 4794678. after 
6 p.m. 

WANTED: r OUTSIDE Ol- 
ametcr used pipe, standard 364- 
1281. 


POWER HACK SAW 


(USED MANS 3-SPEED BIKE. 4-18 
fh:p. outboard motor. 477-3321 


OUTDOOR ANTARY AND LARGE 
| outdoor pUy house. 479-67*1 


COO HSU'S TRACTOR SERVICE 
Gardens, yards tmcUir rou.vated. 

plowed. — —“ —- 


JACK'S TRACTOR SERVICE 
Rotovate. plow, level, post boh 


aur specialty. 479-13*6 

STUDENT WTTH SMALL TRAC- 
tor will cultivate, plow, aut leqg 
ms. Reasonable. 4fe- 


ssr - 1 


J .TARJK ROTOVATIMG. iBROHI 

and grass cut oort hates, ten.. 

"eiding a 


GARDEN ROTOTILUNG. LANG 
- J — • ‘a. aerv- 

4)b5«. 


WANTED: BUNK BEDS. VILAS 
maple or wagon wheel. 479-1217. 


WANTED BUNK BEDS OR ONE 
twin bed. reasonable 652-2390 


MISCELLANEOUS 
TO RENT 


New sewing Machine. , 

|6 monthly 
SAWYER SEWING CENTRES 

840 Fort St. - 


RUTOVATTNC AVERAGE COST* 

CENTRAL SAANICH TRACTOR 
J ^ Has*. ML. tentL stoc 
lade work #52-3366 































































































































































































































































































































































































































































Victoria, B.C., Sundoy, Moy 9, 1971 


HI GARDEN SUPPLIE8 


* ROTOVATING, 10 H.P. 


*197 EL ^R OTgnLLDjG. 

.. 

SS^rf’&k. c bSS<te. ’<n 5 m: 


TOM YELLAND 


H OTO J A TTDIG i 


garden rotovating. phcine 


SXLVAN GARDE* MOP 

MATTlCrS FARM ~ 
Bedding stents and vagetaliie*. Me; 

hanging Well from SL® to ft; 
Geraniums, 49c to 79c. 

TEA ROOM NOW OPEN 

5535 Cordova Bay Rd. tBMta 


Flowers: 

large Hh 


us. 5* Kenneth Street. Phone 
MIX. A Randy, 


WILLOWDALE FARM 
BEDDING PLANTS 
Cabbage and Tomato Plant* 
M47 West Saanich Rd. C2-2HM. 


RHODODENDRONS 

camel Mas In tdoom: evti 
half-price sale. 384-3*44. _ 


g reen Shrubbery. 3835 Quadra 9t 

TUBEROUS BEGONIAS. 1! 


BEDDING PLANTS, TOf . 

ribhlffS, froPHl. 


EXHIBITION DANUA TUBERS 

47S-2D74 


GERANIUMS FOR SALE. 


plants 12.30 a d 


30c u*k Mi Fslsatntk R4„ MH714- 


P REVRAHR1CATED ALUM1 
green h orns, maintenance free. 
*12 monthly. KMghtibridge. 


for sale. 478-2401. 


13B LIVESTOCK SUPPLIES 
AND EVENTS 


HORSE AUCTION 
FRIDAY MAY 14 
7 P.M. SHARP 
Located Farmer's Auction, 
dean, 40 head of ponies 
and horses. Demean Farm- 


<m «to 1st 
Mr Msg. 7 


THE MANY IN- 

t«S £?**! 

nan ana blood Ones 
m the better ttnfcn 

uVSSCSiF 


Ford trader with mat loader and 
hack blade wtl Unto for regls- 

aSStt mSSSr*** ""*■ T ‘ 


year-old 
handa. quarter I 
‘ coRa, *75- 


Top Soli, Rock* and Fill 


REALLY GOOD TOP 
OIL. CONTACT LAYRIT2 
NURSERIES, 384-S943 


TOPSOIL 


NO. 1 Ti 

ss&" 


attog^m-oTlf^T! 


CLEAN FILL WANTED 
large concrete or rock. WU1 
large vuuitttiea. 4TS4312. 


NO. 1 TOP 
yard. 479-1544. 


125 PETS and SUPPLIES 


REGISTERED GERMAN 


pedigree, sire Expo of 
Bam granddaughter of Greif V. 
Klfenham. Shady Brook Kennels. 


A CIFT FOR MOTHER 
ADORABLE t.HASA-APSO 

ptee, Uttle shaggy Tibetan 
quiet, affectionate. Registered. 


IRISH SETTER 
family. At US2 F< 
mem 7. Friday « 
p.m and 4 pm-4 

Sunday anytime. 


MOVING. MUST SELL - REG- 

Itosril Man Setter* - r - 

champion sired mate, w 


4*4 months. *1® 
white miniature mal 

monthly. 112-743-2493. 


LAB-SHI 
Outdoor# < . 

Exceileotly trained. F 

home. 39BQue enewood , _ 

SAMOYED 


REGISTERED 


champion stock, registered 
good home. lino. 3S2-4M9. 
p.m. 


HI INTER’S HOLIDAY RANCH 
Weekend mental*. Saddles, hone*. ! 
ponies and coils. All reasonable 
Trades accepted. Trail riding any 
a® ea *eod. safe stock 477-2092 

KARMAN WESTERN* SHIRTS, 
latest style* and enter* Boy’s, 
*175; ladles* and men’*. ®75. 
Peninsula Feed*. 54*1 Hamsterley 
Rd.. *58-5241 

WOULD THE PARTY WHO RE- 
plied to Box 349, the weekend of 
April 31. S. re butter chum and 
separator, please phone 477-162. 
between 7 and 8 p.m. 

FOR SALE OR LEASE: 3 PURE- 
bred Arabian flUlea. ooe In foal to 
Kelvin Image for early 72. Term* 
available. 2-h o r ■ e . dual-wheel 

trailer *875. Duncan 7484*3*. 

QUALITY 4-YEAR-OLD MARE. 
bn*en. not schooled, 477-1377, even¬ 
ing* or Saturday and Sunday 
mornings. 

8-Y EAR-OLD REGISTERED 
chestnut gelding. A tittle over 13 
hamp, half Arab. 47747® or 3K- 
14® 

FOR SALE: ENGUSH ROOTS, 
■tee SA; black show jacket Mse 12: 
beige breeches. st» 12. All good 
condition. 479-69®. 

2-HORSE TRAILER. TANDEM, 
brake*. A-l. *1095. Col wood MU. 47S- 
1W4. 1936 Island Highway. 

2 REGISTERED POLLED HERE- 
ford cows, calves at side sad polled 
Hereford bull 8B2-2394 

AMERICAN FACTORY-BUILT 1969. 
4-horse trailer, extras, excellent 
condition. *2495. (52-li® 9-12 a m 

WANTED: A PERSON WITH 

ponies to operate at MatUck’s 
Farm. 83M-MM or tsMftP 

BAY GELMNG. 15 YEARS OLD 

Sound Western or English Good 
nature. *230. 3884W94. 

£ Y EAR-OL D~ THOROUGHBRED 

*794706 Takki* offers 658-5*7* or 

GENTLE BIT LIVELY VYEAR- 
old Shetland mare. Also pony 
■addle. 479-8013. 

HEREFORD CHAR LAIS CALF. 1 
year. *225 or offers. 852-2981 

WESTERN SADDLE. GOOD CON- 
1 dltlon. 658-8082 

i RICHARD LARIN HORSESHOER. 

; 3824813. phone before 9 o.m. 

' BLACK GELDING FOR SALE. 

| Phone 479-3044. 

gentlS Gelding, saddle and 

bridle. 479-1472. 

2 GELDINGS AND TACK. 
4T7-4674 

WANTED - A GOOD MILKING 
goal 47’MOP* 

EWES WITH LAMBS AND 1 RAM 
| 479-1038. 

! WANTED: 2 HORSE TANDEM 1 
: trailer, in good rood ft tan. 47747H4 

R EG INTER ED THOROUGHBRED 

gelding. 8 >ears. *338. XV21T7. 

ISO HEAVY EQUIPMENT 
and MACHINERY 

CASE 580 

Diesel tractor with loader 
and 14-ft. backhoe. 

$8,000 

BUTLER BROTHERS 
Keating Cross Rd. and 
West Saanich 

\ 

M ASSEY-FERGUSON 202. WORK 
Bull loader and backhoe. *1300 
Butler Bms. Sooke. 643-3442. 3017 

1 I diem ore Road. 

INTERNATIONAL TD8 CRAWLER 
' tractor la food shape. After 5. 642- 
.3330 

LORRAINE CRANE WITH DRAG 
bucket and shovel front, *4.000 or 
otter. 478-2360, 478-1073. 


1967 BUICK WILDCAT 
CONVERTIBLE BIG V-8 
A U T 0 M A TIC, POWER 
STEERING AND BRAKES, 
1, LIKE NEW IN- 
AND OUT. BLACK. 

52200 


LM CARS FOR SALE 


1M CARS FOR SALE 


EMPRESS 


PONTIAC - 


- BUICK - 


GMC - 


SEEING IS 

BELIEVING 

SALE 


19H8 CHEVROLET IMP ALA 
R HARDTOP. V -8 
AUTOMATIC, POWER 


BUCKET SKATS, CON¬ 
SOLE RADIO, VINYL 
$2500 


1968 FORD FAIRLANE 4- 
DOOR SEDAN, V-8 AUTO¬ 
MATIC. RADIO. TUR- 
SE, IDEAL FAMILY 
$1600 


EMPRESS 
■ PONTIAC - 
- BUICK — 


GMC 


SEEING IS 

BELIEVING 

SALE 


1968 CHEVROLET 2-DOOR 
HARDTOP V-8 AUTO¬ 
MATIC, POWER STEER¬ 
ING AND BRAKES, RA- 
Dlb. $1900 


1965 CHEVKLLK 2-DOOR 
HARDTOP V-8. AUTO 
MATIC, RADIO, NEW 
RUBBER. BLUE. $1300 


1965 METEOR 2-DOOR SE¬ 
DAN. SIX CYLINDER, RA¬ 
DIO . ID EAL YOUNG 
FAMILY CAR. VERY 
CLEAN. $700 


1968 VAUXHALL VIVA 2- 
DOOR SL BUCKET SEATS, 
4-SPEED. $1000 


1961 BUICK ELECTRA 4- 
DOOR FULLY LOADED. 
TOP MODEL OLDER 
CAR. $500 


1969 DODGE DART 4-DOOR 
SEDAN. V-8 AUTOMATIC. 

POWER STEERING AND 
BRAKES. VINYL TRIM. 

GREEN T AN INTER- 

I0R 52400 1964 PONTIAC 4-DOOR SE¬ 

DAN. SIX AUTOMATIC, 


1971 DODGE COLT 2-DOOR 
HARDTOP. AUTOMATIC. 
RADIO. YELLOW BLACK 
INTERIOR. $2500 


RADIO. A GOOD CAR. $600 


1M CARS FOR SALE 


“CAR OF THE YEAR" 
-CHEVY VEGA- 
52394 


-4-cylinder overhead cam 
90 H.P. engine 
—Disc brakes 
—Bucket seats 
Premium tires 
-Up to 35 MPG 
—Safety guard door beams 
—Double panel roof 
—“D o -i t -y ourself’ 
tenance manual 
—4 othar models 


main- 


STATION WAGON 
3-DOOR COUPE 
PANEL EXPRESS 
GT SPORTS 


CORNELL CHEV. OLDS. 
3050 Douglas Street 
Opp Mayfair 
385-5777 - ’til 9 p.m. 


1M CARS FOR SALE 


SPEEDWAY 

VOLKSWAGEN 


VANCOUVER ISLAND’S 
OLDEST and BIGGEST 
VOLKSWAGEN - PORSCHE 
DEALER 


NOTE I 1 I 


We have been getting 
THE BUGS out for 18 year* 


Looking for a good second 
VOL KSWAGEN. METRO 
TOYOTA has just taken In 3 
Volkswagen# — ell in excel¬ 
lent condition. 

These units have been 
traded in on new TOYOTAS. 

1961, 1963 and 1964 
Remember at METRO ali 
reasonable offers accepted. 


1970 TOYOTA Sprinter 2- 
door fastback, auto¬ 
matic, only 12.000 
miles, green with beige 
vinyl trim. 

ONLY $2095 


METRO TOYOTA LTD. 
624 Flnlayson 
386-3516 


42 FORD 4-Dr. 4 auto. 
HU VAUXHALL SL W. 
METROPOLITAN 


'80 CHEV. 4-Dr. 

41 COMET 2-dr. 4. auto. *230 

U PLYMOUTH SL W. V4, 
auto. 

'48 FORD pickup *123 

SEAGULL CAMPER excellent 
ithape 1560 

Many more newer trucks and can 
at low, low prices. No reasonable 
offers refused 


1970 DATSUN pickup 4- 
speed, blue in color. 
ONLY $1795 


1970 MAZDA statkm wagon, 
radio, 4-a p e e d , roof 
rack, only 4,000 1-owner 
miles. Beautiful condi¬ 
tion. 

ONLY $2495 


IM CARS FOR RALE 


SUBURBAN 

N 

O 

R 4 
T 
H 

ON DOUGLAS 


“Victoria’* Fbrd Cortina 
Headquarter*" 


1971 CORTINA O.T. 93 H.P. 
motor 4-speed fully 
s yncronlred transmis- 
slon, full instrument 
panel. Tactometer. 
Full piled carpet*. 
Radial tires. Bucket 
seat*, with console 
W ood-grain panelling. 
Flow thru ventilation. 
ONLY $2489 


1970 METEOR Montcalm 4- 
door hardtop, 429 V-8, 
auto matic transmi* 
•ion, power fleering, 
power brakes radio. 
Blue. 

ONLY $3488 


1970 METEOR Montcalm 2- 
door hardtop, 351 V-8, 
auto made transmis¬ 
sion, power steering, 
power brakes, radio. 
Aqua in colour. Only 
375 miles on this unit. 
ONLY $3698 


1969 BUICK WILDCAT 4- 
DOOR HARDTOP, V-8, 
POWER AND TILT 
STEERING, POWER 
BRAKES AND WINDOWS. 
MAROON TAN VINYL 
TRIM. $3300 


1966 RAMBLER 4-DOOR 
SEDAN V-8, AUTOMATIC. 
BLUE EXTERIOR MATCH¬ 
ING INTERIOR. $600 


1970 DODGE DART 
CUSTOM 2-DOOR HARD¬ 
TOP. 6 AUTOMATIC 
VINYL TRIM. RADIO, 
STEREO. ONLY 7000 
MILES. $2900 


1966 PONTIAC STATION 
WAGON, V-8 AUTOMATIC. 
POWER STEERING AND 
BRAKES. RADIO, NEW 
PAINT AND TIRES. $1600: 


1968 TOYOTA 2-DOOR 4 
SPEED, RADIO, BLUE. 

$1100 


1967 CHEVROLET 2-DOOR 
SEDAN. ECONOMY 6 
CYLINDER, R ADIO, 
WHITE WITH BLUE IN¬ 
TERIOR. $1100 


• 1966 PONTIAC 2-DOOR SE 
DAN V -8, AUTOMATIC, 
RADIO. BLUE. NICE 
CAR. $1200 


480 Esquimau 


*85-43111 


1969 CHEVROLET Malibu 2- 
door hardtop, V-8 auto¬ 
matic, power steering, 
power brakes, radio, 
blue exterior with 
matching interior. 
ONLY $2495 


1970 DATSUN ”1600” sedan. 
Just traded, low mileage. 
Save on new car deprecia¬ 
tion. 


METRO TOYOTA LTD. 
624 Finlayson 
386-3516 


EMPRESS MAN 
Barry Foss offers his 1971 
OPEL G.T. Bright orange 
automatic, radio, power disc 
brake*. Reg. $4205 — NOW 
$3763 

382-7121 Res. 384-9059 


71 Chev. fc-P.U.; *65 Ford %-P.U.; 
•68 G.M.C fc-P.U.; ’« IHC V,-P.U.; 
’«£> G.M.C. panel AT; 69 Chev. 
wagon; 69 CniygUr; ’89 Super B; 
’68 Mustang FB; 68 Mustang. '« 
Falcon; '31 Chev 1-ton. 

LES BLOW’S 
(BRITISH MOTORS' 

2940 DOUGLAS STREET 
PHONE 384-7843 


1969 TOYOTA Corona 4-door 
aedan, 4-speed trans¬ 
mission, radio, canary 
yellow with black vinyl 
interior. 

ONLY $1695 


1968 FIAT Spider Sport* 
convertible, green ex¬ 
terior. A sports car 
with Italian touch. 
ONLY $1395 


IM CAM FOE BALE 


MAY - LETS SELL 
CLEARANCE SALEH 
MAYFAIR MOTORS 


9, 6-cylinder cars 
must go! 


60 FLACON 2-dr. 

61 AUSTIN sedan 
61 RAMBLER aedan 
63 CORVAIR coupe 
63 RAMBLER stn. 

wagon 

65 ACADIAN Beaumont $777 
65 RAMBLER Sedan $777 

65 PONTIAC 2-dr. $877 

66 FALCON sedan $1077 


1477 


Gean, safety tested. 
Let’s Sell! 


MAYFAIR 


$477 

$577 


2, 4-cylinder 
economy specials! 

62 CHEVY II 2-dr. 

65 SUNBEAM Imp 

13, V-8 cars aale priced! 

65 CHEVROLET, auto- 
matic $1077 

65 PONTIAC, std. trans. $877 
65 MERCURY convert. 

loaded $1377 

64 DODGE sedan, auto $777 
64 METEOR, auto, etc. $877 
64 ACADIAN H.T. Std. $1077 

63 MERCURY Sedan, 

auto. $677 

63 FORD wagon Std. $677 
62 PONTIAC auto, etc. $477 
60 CHE VROL ET, auto. 

etc. $277 

60 BUICK H.T. $377 


1969 PONTIAC Parisienne 4- 
door hardtop, V-fi, 
auto matic transmis¬ 
sion, power steering, 
jwwer brakes, radio. 
Light metallic green. 
ONLY $2878 


1968 PONTIAC Parisienne 4- 
door hardtop V-8, auto- 
matic transmission, 
power steering, power 
brakes, radio. Blue In 
colour. 

ONLY $1977 


1968 EPIC de luxe S.L. 
automatic console with 
de luxe bucket seats, 
only 12,000 miles. 

ONLY $1395 


1970 COUGAR V-8 auto¬ 
matic transmission, 
power steering, power 
brakes, radio and con¬ 
sole. Finished in raven 
black with red interior. 
ONLY $3666 


1969 FORD 2-DOOR HARD- 
TO P . V-8 AUTOMATIC. 

POWER STEERING AND 
BRAKES, RADIO, DARK 
OLIVE, BLACK VINYL 
TRIM. $2800 


1965 PONTIAC 2-DOOR 
HARDTOP V-8 AUTO¬ 
MATIC, POWER STEER¬ 
ING AND BRAKES, RA¬ 
DIO. VERY CLEAN. $1300 


-EMPRESS MAN— 

Bill Bullivant offers 1970 
TEMPEST T-37, 2-door 
hardtop, 8, automatic, 
power steering. $3195. 
382-7121 Res. 477-2545 


1969 CORONET 2-DOOR 
COUPE, V-8 AUTOMATIC, 
RADIO, GOLD WITH 
CREAM VINYL TRIM. $2400 


after 3 7 H.P SIMPLICITY WALKING 
’ tractor with equipment. BW71 


SPCA CAUTION - IT is MUCH 
batter to buy puppies and kittens 
after they reach 8 weeks of age 


GREATER VICTORIA DOG 
OBEDIENCE TRAINING CLUB 
PHONE SECRETARY. 3*2-731* 


TD9 CAT. HT BLADE AND WINCH. 
To vttw call 478-5401 


DOGS BOARDED. NEW MODERN 
kermeta A. V Anderson. Munna 
Rd.. R.R. 7. 479-3510. 


135 FARM IMPLEMENT* 

OLD HORSE DRAWN MOWE1 


1970 AUSTIN AMERICAN 2- 
DOOR ECONOMY PLUS IN 
THIS LIKE NEW UNIT. 
GREY RED INTER 
IOR. $1600 


ENGLISH SETTER PUPS 
•ole. lop field drain. 

Trendsetter Kernels. 478-®®. 


All 


WANTED OLD TRACTOR WITH 
loader, trade tractor and cash. 479- 
1844. 


TOY POODLES. 
Mother’s Day. Ri 
479-4071. evenings. 


HEALTHY ATTRACTIVE REGIS- 
tered poodle pups. male. *90. Also 
white miniature at stud. 38*-97tt. 


DOG FREE TO GOOD HOME 
maWn old. part CoUte. *82-73*7 


POODLE PUP. WRITE, 
tered. needs good home. 1 


PEDIGREED POODLE PUPS 
Silver toys. Exceptional breeding. 

Ideal ta- Mother’! Day. 47744*0. 


REGISTE RED ROTTWEILER 
pupa. 3 months old. females. *150. 


FORD TRACTOR BLADE. *900 
Fargo pickup. *100. Disc. *170 842 
3173. 


1968 BUICK LeSABRE 4- 
DOOR HARDTOP. V-8 
AUTOMATIC. POWER 
STEERING AND BRAKES. 
RADIO. $2600 


13# CARS FOR SA1JC 


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1967 PONTIAC 4-DOOR 
SEDAN, V-8 AUTOMATIC. 
RADIO, 1-OWNER. $1600 


1969 PONTIAC CONVERT¬ 
IBLE V-8, AUTOMATIC, 
POWER STEER ING, 
BRAKES, WINDOWS TOP 
BROWN PEARL VINYL 
TRIM. $3100 


1967 PLYMOUTH FURY 4- 
DOOR SEDAN, V-8, AUTO¬ 
MATIC. RED. $1600 


I LOVE MY CAR 

Don’t want to sell but must, ’M 
Chev Bel Air. automatic V-8, radio, 
power brakes, new Urea, snow 
tires, 4-door, mechanically excel¬ 
lent. *1395 Ootnjf to Florida and 


need money, i 


1971 TOYOTA SPRINTER, 1 
m 11 e a . automatic transmission, 
radio, custom striping. *2195. 

4592 


SIGNET 

44 Valiant hardtop. 3-speed auto- 
matic, big 6. radio, bucket oasts, 
excellent. ttSO. 478-3*21. 


1971 DODGE DEMON 340. V- 
8 POWER STEERING. 
BRAKES, RADIO LIKE 
NEW. RALLYE WHEELS. 
LIGHT PACKAGE, DUAL 
EXHAUST. $3600 


1970 MAZDA 2-DOOR 4 
SPEED. GREY. RED IN¬ 
TERIOR. $1300 


1962 PONTIAC 6 CYLr 
INDER, AUTOMATIC, RA¬ 
DIO. IDEAL SECOND CAR. 
WHITE. $400 


1966 CHEVELLE CON 
VERTIBLE V-8 AUTO¬ 
MATIC, POWER STEER¬ 
ING, RADIO, BUCKET 
SEATS. CONSOLE. OR¬ 
ANGE WHITE VINYL IN¬ 
TERIOR. $1500 


BUDGIE AND CAGE. *M PHONE 


PUTTING YOU FIRST 
KEEPS US FIRST" 


APRICOT TOY POODLE AT STUD 


ENGLISH COCKER PUPS. 3 


BEAUTIFUL SIAMESE AT STUD 
Phone .Vft-332* or 479-3839 


PUREBRED ST. BERNARD PUP- 


SMALL AQUA 
turtles, complete. 


UARIUM WITH 2 


SAMOYED PUPS FOR SALE. *9* 


MALTESE PUPPIES, 
tered father. *85. 4794814. 


ISLAND’S LARGEST 
SELECTION OF O K. USED 
CARS ! ! ! 


USED CAR 
CLEAROUT NOW!!! 


1964 FORD 4-DOOR HARD- 
T O P . V-8 AUTOMATIC. 

RADIO, FOLD AWAY 
STEERING. $600 


1965 PONTIAC SEDAN, 
ECONOMY SIX, WELL 
CARED FOR CAR. $800 


1965 PONTIAC 4-DOOR 
HARDTOP V-8, AUTO¬ 
MATIC. RADIO, POWER 
STEERING AND BRAKES. 

$1000 


1961 CADILLAC FIJSETWOOD 4- 
door hardtop, power steering, 
power brakes, *895. 2538 Govern¬ 
ment. 385-58®. 


1968 DATSUN 1600 4-door 
sedan. 4-speed, radio, 
blue with matching in¬ 
terior. 

ONLY $1395 


1970 MUSTANG 6. auto¬ 
matic transmission, 
power steering, radio. 
Cool white in colour. 
ONLY $3188 


1968 PONTIAC Parisienne 4- 
door hardtop, V-8, auto- 
m a t i c transmission, 
power steering, power 
brakes, radio. “A steal 
at” 

ONLY $1995 


19*3 MERCURY COMET 3-DOOR 
hardtop, power steering, power 
brakes. V-8, *795. 2538 Government. 


1967 CHEVROLET Impaia 
convertible, V-8, auto- 
matic transmission 
power steering, power 
brakes, power window, 
radio. Canary yellow 
with black top. 

ONLY $1995 


1968' IMPALA 2-DOOR HARDTOP. 
V-8, automatic, power steering, 
power brakes. RZ75T). 253* Govern¬ 
ment. 385-5860. 


196B CORTINA GT. LOW MILK- 
age. excellent condition, mags front 
and rear away bar*. Konl shocks, 
many extras. 8W-3412. _ 


1968 BEL AIR CHEVROLET 
sedan V-8 automatic transmission, 
power 


'68 MERCURY PARK LANE CON- 
vertlble. fully loaded *2.4*5 479- 

4183. 


__ CHEV 283. HURST. TACH 
ometer. bucket seats *475 firm. 592- 
0544. 


1965 BARRACUDA V4 4-SPEED. 
63.000 miles. Immaculate. 11.400. 385- 
0508 after 5 p.m. 


67 CHRYSLER. ONE OWNER 
car, low mileage, 0800 or best 
offer. 385-4656. 


195* OLDS *8. 4-1 

power, and owner, 
Asking *395. 3*5-0283. 


•68 MALIBU CHEVELLE, AUTO- 
matic 6, .34.000 miles, 4-door, radio. 
*1700. 477-4217. 


1967 FALCON STATION WAGON. 4- 
door. standard transmission, *1150 
2538 Government 383-5860. 


69 FIREBIRD 400. 4-SPEED. POSI 
gears, h.d. 

15.000 miles. 


1970 EPIC S T A T ION 
WAGON. RED WITH RED 
INTERIOR, CHROME 
ROOF RACK. $1800 


* WEEK OLD KITTENS. FREE TO I 
good homes. 47V13U 


TOY AND MINIATURE POODLES 
North Bmnby. 2*8-8003. 




CAIRN TERRIERS OF ME LIT A 


ONE ONLY. BLACK TOY FOOQLE. 
S weeks oM. *75. 478-U® 


WANTED GOLDEN LABRADOR OR 




in 


CHKX8, POULTRY, 
HATCHING EGO*, 
SUPPLIES 

D U CK S . 


LAYING MUSCOVY 


BROWN, 




READY-TO-LAY PUI- 

PouNry Farm. SSS-MM 
ESE. 47*4007 3M PROS 


SEE OUR 

DISPLAY AD 


1966 BUICK SKYLARK 2- 
D O O R HARDTOP. V-8, 
AUTOMATIC, RADIO, 
BLACK BUCKET SEAT IN- 
TERIOR 


1958 BUICK SEDAN V-8, 
A U T O M A TIC. POWER 
STEERING, GOOD TRANS¬ 
PORTATION. $250 


1963 BUICK SPECIAL, 2- 
DOOR, V-8, AUTOMATIC, 
POWER STEER ING. 
BUCKF7T SEATS, RADIO. 
BLACK. $700 


1965 ROVER 2000 4k 1 o o r 
*edan, 4-speed gauges 
yellow exterior, black 
interior. 

ONLY $1395 


1965 VALIANT convertible 
economy slant 6-cylin¬ 
der, automatic, bucket 
seats with consolette 
radio, blue in color, 
reduced to 

ONLY $1095 


1965 ACADIAN Canso 2-door 
hardtop, economy 
cylinder automatic, 
good transportation at 

a steal. 

WAS $1096 

NOW ONLY 


CHECK OUR PONY 
SELECTION!!! 


2 Good Commercial Units! 
67 VOLKSWAGEN 

panel $1677 

66 G.M.C. pickup, long 
box $1177 


MAYFAIR 


5 “as i*” SPECIALS 
(and they are not 
that bad!) 


IM CARS FOR SALE 


THREE 

POINT 

MOTORS 


60 TRIUMPH 
Sporty! 


GT 


6 plua. 
$2,298 


'90 CHEV H-TON PICKUP. 
Long box, V-8, auto¬ 
matic, only 17,000 miles. 
Like newt $2,385 


68 DATSUN STATION 
WAGON. Automatic, ra- 
dio, only 16,000 
miles! $1,895 


’63 STUDEBAKER LARK. 
Its very clean; the 
mileage is low. Its a 
bargain at $495 


THREE POINT 
MOTORS 


2620 GOVERNMENT ST. at 
Hillside Ave. 

385-6737 


1968 CHEVROLET IMP ALA 
2-DOOR HARDTOP 


Finished in a beautiful 
Chinese red with matching 
black decor. Fully equipped 
with V-8, automatic, power 
steering, power brakes, ra¬ 
dio. White walls. Remember 
at METRO no reasonable 
offer refused. 


METRO TOYOTA LTD. 
624 Flnlayson 
386-3516 


1967 SPORTS FURY 2-door 
hardtop. Immaculate in 
every reapect. Fully 
equipped with V-8, 
automatic, power steer¬ 
ing, power brakes, ra¬ 
dio, vinyl roof. Low 
mileage. 

Priced to sell. 


62 METEOR sedan 
62 MERCURY 


$177 
a t n . 

wagon $277 

55 HILLMAN hardtop $77 

59 FORD 2-dr. $127 

56 FORD, V-8 floor shift $277 


Bob Allison . . . 
Cranston 


Murray 


i 


MAYFAIR 
MOTORS LTD. 


736 Cloverdale Ave. 385-4731 
VIMMMMMMMMMtyMMMM 


1967 FX)RD LTD 
2-DOOR HARDTOP 


METRO TOYOTA LTD. 
624 Flnlayson 
386-3516 


ENSIGN 

CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH 
FOR 

TOP QUALITY 
USED CARS 
YATES AT COOK 
386-2411 


1965 FORD XL 
CONVERTIBLE 


1969 DODGE Swinger 2-door 
hardtop 340, 4-barrel, 4- 
speed, radio. Emerald 
green. 

ONLY $2555 


1969 COUGAR XR 7. V-8, 
auto matic transmis¬ 
sion, power steering, 
power brakes, radio. 
Aqua with white vinyl 
roof. 

ONLY $3088 


Must Be Seen 
This premium unit is fully 
appointed with V-8, auto¬ 
matic, power steering, 
power brakes, radio and 
many other options. Only 
33,000 carefully driven 
miles. Balance of factory 
w a r r a nty available. Re¬ 
member at METRO all 
reasonable offers accepted. 


METRO TOYOTA LTD. 
624 Flnlayson 
386-3516 


1967 MUSTANG 6. auto¬ 
matic transmission. 
Tape deck. Gold in 
colour. 

ONLY 11777 


STATION WAGONS!! 


1967 COUGAR G.T. 


Fully equipped with all 
o p tions, V-8, automatic, 
power steering, power disc 
brakes, radio, vinyl roof. 
Excellent unit. 

PRICED TO SEIX 


METRO TOYOTA LTD 
624 Finlayson 
386-3516 386-3517 


IBooks and runs like a much 
newer unit. Fully equipped. 
PRICED TO SELL 


METRO TOYOTA LTD. 
624 Finlayson 
386-3516 - 17 


YATES STREET MOTORS 
*47 YATES STREET 
*05-5443 - 385-0031 


■8 WSx^ALL 0 Viva 


•ion 

® VALIANT Mr htp ss 

64 CHEVELLE Malibu, 2-4r. hto 
. *109” 


—EMPRESS MAN- 
Bill Reynolds offers 1970 I.E 
MANS sedan, automatic, 
radio, power steering, power 
brakes. $2800. 

382-7121 Re*. 477-1461 


193* CADILLAC 4-DOOR HARD- 
top, fully equipped, government 
tested, only Bifibno mile*. *100 or *30 
monthly. 479-75®. 


EMPRESS MAN— 
Larry Cramer offer* 1970 
LE MANS 2-door hardtop V- 
8, automatic, power steer¬ 
ing, radio, $3,295. 

382-7121 Res. 598-1241 


1971 METEOR 10-passenger 
V-8, automatic trans¬ 
mission. power steer¬ 
ing. power brakes, 
radio, luggage rack, 
Try your offer. 


1970 METEOR 10-passenger 
V-8, automatic trans¬ 
mission, power steer¬ 
ing, power brakes, 
radio. Vinyl roof, lug¬ 
gage rack. Green ir 
colour. 

ONLY $418f 


1*3* CHEV, 8 CYLINDER. AUTO- 
matlr, *U5. 477-3937. 


FAIRLANE, 13.000 


1965 FORD Country Squire 
station wagon, V-8, 
automatic, power steer¬ 
ing, power brakes, 
radio. Look at this for 
an unbeatable price of 
ONLY $995 


‘88 AUSTIN 1*00. NEW CLUTCH 
sad brakes. **&. 477-1874. 


1960 ZEPHYR SEDAN, 
englnr. new clutch 3*3-831 


H8 COUGAR XR7. FULLY EQUIP 
ped. 388-8324. 


«S CORTINA GT. *1230. ®M304 OR 


NEW 


PAINT. 


RED 

$1700 


TODAY 
PAGE 41 


1969 PONTIAC IJUJRKN- 
TIAN 4-DOOR SEDAN 8 
A U T 0 M A TIC, POWER 
STEERING AND RADIO. 
WHITE. *2400 


CORNELL 

“CHEVROLET 

COUNTRY” 


3050 DOUGLAS STREET 
(Opp. Mayfair) 


385-5777 - 'Hi 9 p.m. 


—EMPRESS MAN- 
Sam Taylor offers his 1971 
BUICK Le Sabre 4-door V-8, 
automatic, power steering, 
power brakes, ftdio, vinyl 
top. Regular retail $5308 — 
NOW $4575 
382-7121 Res. 592-3493 


offer. 


TRIUMPH HERALD. BEST 


1970 KARMANN GHIA 2- 
DOOR. RADIO. RED WITH 
BLACK INTERIOR. $2,500 


1966 PONTIAC 4-DOOR 
HARDTOP V-8 AUTO¬ 
MATIC, POWER STEER¬ 
ING AND BRAKES, RA¬ 
DIO, NEW TIRES. VERY 
CLEAN CAR. $1500 


at 


EMPRESS PONfLAC 
BUICK GMC 
382-7121 

2867 DOUGLAS STREET 
DRIVE IN OFF TOPAZ 


1968 ACADIAN, 2-DOOR 
ECONOMY 6, RADIO, 
WHITE WITH BLUE 
INTERIOR. $1,900 


87 BEAUMONT SPORTS DE 
lu xe. 327, 4-»pced- <1800. 477-2736. 

•84 CHEV. BBCAYNE, STANDARD. 

* cylinder, top condition. 478-3034 . 


*225. 1961 ENVOY 4-DOOR. 

tested until Ti 386-307*. after 3. 


IMS KARMANN GHIA. VERY GOOD 


’« AUSTIN MINI. NEED6 TRANS 
wyrk. Offer*. PhoneJ*2-*000. ^ 


EMPRESS PONTIAC 
BUICK GMC 


382-7121 


2867 DOUGLAS STREFT 
DRIVE IN OF F TOPAZ 


l VOLKSWAGEN DE LUXE. ON 


88 CORTINA GT. RADIO. 39.800 


t offer*? 4TT-1482 


M NASH METROPOLITAN. 


1984 BUICK SKYLARK. VERY 


S3 RAMBLER CLASSIC. *3» OH 
best offer. 38S-5*0L 


Mt DODGE CHARGER. H.8B0 OR 

offer*. 384-7744. 


PAYMENTS ON 


—, CONSUL, *175. TESTED. 
Items wel l. Pko ne 384-l»?2.__ 


1958 MERCURY 4-DOOR TESTED. 
Bent offer, 501 Rkitey Drive. 


196* FORD, 3-SPEED, 4-BARREL, 
good rubber, offer*. 58M3S5 

198* VTVaT VERY OOdo CONDI- 
Uon. beat offer. 477-27®. 


1981 CARAVELLE. SPORTY LOOK- 
Ing convertible, radio. SMS. 479-3*3*. 


MUST SELL, GOING TO EUROPE, 
wo SB m Cbevell*. *83-13® 


AUTOMATI 

its. ®seon. 


CAMPER and TRUCKS 
Camper, 


Camper, 


load- 

$2495 

low 


67 VW 
ed 

'66 V W 
miles 

*65 MERC pickup $995 

’66 FORD Vt-T, canopy $1295 
59 VW van $229 


transmission, p c 
steering, power b 
Luggage 


radio. 

Blue. 

ONLY 


TRUCKS!!! 


speed. Ran 
8-ply tires. 
ONLY 


PRICED TO HEAR 


56 VAUXHALL 
’57 VAUXHALL 

60 VOLKSWAGEN 
’61 VOLKSWAGEN 

63 CHEV AT 

’56 RAMBLER wagon 
’62 RAMBLER Wagon 
*55 CHEV Wagon 

61 PONTIAC 

64 VOLVO 


$150 

$150 

$150 

$150 

$229 


$150 


$225 

8295 


SPEEDWAY 

VOLKSWAGEN 


FOR 18 YEARS 
UNDER THE REVOLVING 
VOLKSWAGENS 


BOTH SIDES OF YATES 
385-2415 


1968 FORD %-t o n , 
standard. Green. 
ONLY 


V-8, 


$1977 


Complete. Blue. 
ONLY 


before you buy. Side 
and Accident Ineuri 
available on all contri 
Up to 48 months to pay. 


19® AMBASSADOR. 8 CYLINDER. 
287 HP, power (leering, power 
dual brake*, air conditioning, tow 
Mich, all extra*. 3®4OT3, *8&W87 


, __low i_ 

excellent condition, owner leaving 
country, mutt Mil. *IW N2-09M. 


BILL PARKER STILL HAS BOB S 
INS Chevy II nation wagon for aale 
Call 478-3264. noon hour or 5-7 p.m. 
for demonstration. 


AT 

SUBURBAN 


“COUGAR COUNTRY" 


Telephone 

386-6131 


PRIVATE SALE. 70 PONTIAC 2 
plus 2. V-8, 3-donr hardtop, gold 
with black vinyl roof, power 
steering, power brakes, radio, rear 
window defroster, bucket oeats. Car 
is completely mat-proofed, in very 
good condition. 0U) caoh. 478-3613 
or 478-8437. 

69 BUICK G.S. hardtop, '« 
Cortina. *66 VoUu. '88 Wagonecr 
automatic 4 wd. 

VICTORIA JEEP 

HILLSIDE AT ROCK BAY 

-EMPRESS MAN- 
Jack Youlden offers 1971 
FIRENZA 2-door S.L. $2250. 
382-7121 Res. 477-5725 

•63 BUICK RIVIERA. ALL 
l power, 4 new tires, dean. *1700. '83 
fuel Injected Corvette Stingray 
Roadster Trades and offers consid¬ 
ered. 479-4834. 

■m CHEVELLE SS. 2-DOOR 

1 hardtop, has BM mat wheels. 396 
> floor shift. Very clean, highest 
. offer. 383-6407. 

1984 CHEVY II NOVA. RADIO, 

’ tested. Immaculate all around. 

. second owner. *1.000 or offers. 479- 
3308. 

s FREE 

' Tank of go* with pui-rivase of 19® 
Chevelle. 2-door sedan. V-8. 4-speed, 
new wheels and tires. MMMO._ 

GTX PLYMOUTH BELVEDERE ’•*. 
Must sell, low mileage, showroom 
condition, hardtop, extras, new 
radial tire*. Dennis 9M-1T19. 

LIKE NEW 

66 Ford Galaxle 500 4-door hardtop, 

' fully equipped, city tested. 819X). 

5 478-MZL 

1958 JAGUAR 3.4. 4-SPEED 
, transmission with overdrive. Only 
’ 30.000 miles. In excellent condition. 
0393. 3*2-1438 after 8 p.m. 

1963 RAMBLER CLASSIC 710. 2- 

«^7rr^ , T®-«2r n<r A * i °" f ** 

’ 19® AUSTIN 18® PERFECT CON- 

dltlon. Must be seen. W1U consider 
1 trades. 3834403. 

•66 CHEVELLE CONVERTIBLE. 
V4^ automatic, mm tires. Ttttad. 

r '87 BEAUMONT SPORT. HARD 

tog^JN, t speed, warranty. fO® 

'89 CHEV. MALIBU. V-8 *07. ALL 
power, 3A000 H® Immaculate. 

*25® 478-2583. 

* 67 FORD XL. *1975. PHONE 

S anytime. except Saturday and 
e Sunday, 9®4W4. 

, 19*3 CHEVY 11. NOVA CON- 

vertlble top shape, white with red 
uphotetery. *895. 592-8481 

» AUSTIN A-40, GOOD TIRES 
and brakes. In running order. Best 
offer 3W-58M. 

56 PONTIAC. 50,'WO ORIGINAL 
miles, excellent condition, *300. *® 

43®. 

19® PONTIAC GTO HARDTOP, 
like new. offers Privet# oala. EV 
TT19. 

KARMANN GHIA, GOLD, OR 
trade Mr Beetle pin end. 562-1444. 


1964 COMET CAL1ENTE 2-DOOR 
hardtop, power steering, new re¬ 
built motor, and transml*ak>n, 
*1100. 47*-7305. 


•84 FORD 380 CU. INCH HIGH 
compression, 3-speed Hum (stick), 
radio. Weekdays. 382-0*0* or 3*3 

8234. 


FAIRLANE COBRA HARD- 
428. ram-air, buckets, auto- 

-c, many other options. *27®. 

478-210*. 


MAZDA 4-DOOR SEDAN 

Nice economy car with radio. Cal 
3*3-7724. 


BUICK HARDTOP, P< 
_.ring, brakes, good r 

tested. *2!» or rloee. 3H4-T232. 


CHEVELLE S8. 

-fr, fully equipped. 

•ell. 992-ni8. 


’« TORINO V-*. AUTOMATIC, 
only 18.U00 mile*. taka over 
payment*. *43-33®. 


IDEAL LADY'S CAR 
Lovely 196* Falcon Futura. « 
cylinder, automatic, radio. 382-421* 


DODGE SWINGER 340. 4- 

-ala, 4-*p«ed, new wide ovate. 

loaded. 17.805 384-8380. 


19® BARRACUDA - 340S. AUTO- 
maUc. power ateertng. power 
brake*, radio. 3*8-74*4. 


’58 PONTIAC PARISIENNE. 4- 
door hardtop, automatic, 12.008 
mite* on motor. *275. 477-1104. 


19® DATSUN DE LUXE 1«0 
vor^ one cor. Call anytime « 


CHEV V-X AUTOMATIC, 
radio, good condition, beat offer. 
477-8*27. 


- PLYMOUTH FURY. 38S. 4 

apeed, 3-door hardtop. Excellent 
condition. 478-48®. 


IMS MUSTANG POWER STEER 
to^ 6 cylinder, 4 apeed, radio. ®2- 


■ C.T.O. RARE. 4® CU. IN 4- 

MuM'•eH U '*3(® > MesS* VtnTl 


IM PONTIAC CONVERTIBLE. V4. 
automatic, poorer steering, power 
broke*. *800 firm. 3*2-01*5. 


LEAVING 
owner, 1981 


SUROPE. 1 
pe Dart. V-8 1170 


1*87 MUSTANG, • CYLINDER, 


CALAXTE STATION WAGON. 
Nearest offer to ®® 477-8*44. altar 
T p.m. 


VOLKSWAGEN. GOOD CONDI- 


1*5* NOMAD 
3*4-1437 


•88 CHEVY 11 327 STANDARD, 


84 FORD CUSTOM. 57.000 MILES, 
good condition, *00. Call 3K-4M6 

TT 


DODGE SWINGER. 


1*6* VOLKSWAGEN. GOOD 

•hope, tested. *&• firm. 47*40® 


•K 1 VOLKSWAGEN, *380. RADIO. 


1*70 MAZDA 1300 




UN CAM FOR RALE 


DAVID MOTORS LTD. 
Yiles and Cook 
386-6161 


1901 PONTIAC 2 plus 2 
hardtop, V4, automatic 
transmission, power 
steering, power brakes, 
radio, console, bucket 
•eat. Verdoro g reen In 
color. Only 22,000 
miles. 

ONLY 12995 


1967 PONTIAC 2 plus 2 
convertible, brand new 
factory V-8 engine, 
auto matic transmis¬ 
sion, power steering, 
power brakes, radio. 
Tape deck. Excellent 
copdltion (where else 
can you find a 67 
model with a brand 
new motor. 

ONLY $2095 


1970 DART Swinger 2-door 
hardtop, 340 V-8, auto- 
matic transmission, 
hooker head* (over 
$340) less than 5000 
miles. 

LIKE NEW. 


1964 BUICK Skylark con¬ 
vertible V-8, automatic 
transmission, power 
steering, Wildcat 31C 
motor, bucket seats, 
radio. 

ONLY $1395 


1970 VOLKS WAGEN d« 
luxe, radio, twin real 
•pac, chrome aupei 
pipe*. 

ONLY $199* 


DAVID MOTORS 
LTD. 


1101 Yates at Cook 
PHONE 386-6168 


“CAR OF THE YEAR" 
-CHEVY VEGA- 
42394 


-4-cylinder overhead cam 
—90 H.P. engine 
^Disc brakes 
—Bucket seat* 

—Premium tire* 

-Up to 35 MPG 
—Safety guard door beam* 
—Double panel roof 
—“Do-1 t-y ouraelf’’ main 
tenance manual 
- 4 other models 


STATION WAGON 
3-DOOR COUPE 
PANEL EXPRESS 
GT SPORTS 


CORNELL CHEV. OLDS. 
3050 Douglas Street 
Opp. Mayfair 
385-5777 - ’til I p.m. 


WILLE MOTORS 
SPECIALS 


4-doc 


2, 1969 Pontiac 

sedan*: 

Auto. tran*. P.S. 

Good running, city tested 
Ex taxi*. Special price, 
Your choice $9' 


Hacked to one of tha 
ISLANDS largest 
Servtca CENTRES 


1968 DATSUN PICKyP 


Low mileage, in premiui 
condition. Remember 
Metro all reasonable offei 
accepted. 


METRO TOYOTA LTD. 
624 Finlayson 
386-3516 - 386*3517 


-EMPRESS MAN— 
Doug Aune offers 19 
TEMPEST 4-door sedan 
automatic, power steerir 
radio. $3295. 

382-7121 Res. 382-55 


-EMPRESS MAN— 
Ken Alger offers 1970 I 
MANS sedan 6, automat 
radio. $2995. 

382-7121 Res. 477-63 


CORVETTE 

1MB Coupe, all option*, refrl** 
lion, disc brake*, aluminum tax 
off*, leather interior and mi 
more. *4190. PowlWe trade, i 
1901. 


19® OLDSMOBILE CUTLASS 
Immaculate condition, automa 
power brakes, power steerl 
Excellent Ore*. 1’aed a* 2nd < 
*2.300 firm. 9*2-7177. . 


19® plymoutIi 8TATI 

ass. ez 

Offer*. 382-20. 


1966 MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE 
automatic. 

George Eng Truck Sales 
740 Hillside 3*^ 


1983 CORTINA 18W, 4 DOOR. *8 
mile*, specially fitted wood d 
and carpeting. Excellent cundlt 
W00. 5*2-0*71. _ 


•5* PONTIAC V-*. AUTOMAT 
tooted, excellent mechanical ea 
Uon. body rutted. *100 or I 
offer. *82-29®. 


RAMBLER C 
i\ tesLd/^Wr 


CLASSIC 
r ~ Rwlfc*. I 
"ery clean 


1*86 FORD LTD. POWER STE 

ssn 

Lake Rd 


SACRIFICE 180 VAUXHALL ’ 


’« BEAUMONT. V4, ONLY N 
mile*, flood ooodttton. Ju® « 
Phone 4TM132. 


INI CORVAIR MONZA. TEST 
radio, bucket oeat*. *BSS. 

Colqultz Ave. 3*5-8*23. 


11500 FOR 1800 DE LUXE VOI 
wagon, go* heater, radio. , ( 
shape. 387®C1. _ 


1984 COMET 2 DOOR. V4 


1784 RAMBLER. IMMACUU 
fully equipped, farced to 


13*7 ACADIAN CARSO, O 
hardtop, m 4-epeed, like 
Offer*. 388-70® 


verdble, V4. rodj®. powweduli 
immaculate, *1.475. *93-44® 


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CAM FOR SALE 


THREE 

POINT 

MOTORS 

TRIUMPH GT 6 plus. 
Sporty! *2,285 

CHEV H-TON PICKUP. 
Long box, V4, auto* 
matio, only 17,000 miUs. 
Like new! *2,385 

DATSUN STATION 
WAGON. Automatic, ra- 
d io, only 16,000 
mllea! *1,895 

STUDEBAKER LARK. 
Its very clean; the 
mileage is low. Its a 
bargain at *495 

THREE POINT 
MOTORS 

20 GOVERNMENT ST. at 
Hillside Ave. 

385-0737 


58 CHEVROLET IMP ALA 
2-DOOR HARDTOP 

nlshed in a beautiful 
dnese red with matching 
ick decor. Fully equipped 
th V-S, automatic, power 
Bering, power brakes, ra- 
9. White walls. Remember 
METRO no reasonable 
fer refused. 

METRO TOYOTA LTD. 
624 Finlayson 
386*3516 


67 SPORTS FURY 2-door 
hardtop. Immaculate in 
every respect. Fully 
equipped with V*8, 
automatic, power steer¬ 
ing, power brakes, ra¬ 
dio, vinyl roof. Low 
mileage. 

Priced to sell. 

METRO TOYOTA LTD. 

624 Finlayson 
386-3516 


ENSIGN 

CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH 
FOR 

TOP QUALITY 
USED CARS 
YATES AT COOK 
386-2411 


1965 FORD XL 
CONVERTIBLE 

ooks and runs like a much 
ewer unit. Fully equipped. 
PRICED TO SELL 

METRO TOYOTA LTD. 
624 Finlayson 
386-3516 - 17 


YATES STREET MOTORS 
S47 YATES STREET 
*65-5443 - 385-0031 

ssmarv. m 

» VALIANT Mr htp. fits 

M CHEVELLE Malibu. Mr. htp 
V-8. auto, pa. pb 11095 

■AUXHALL i- — 


SO VAU 


. wagon 


$245 


—EMPRESS MAN- 
3ill Reynolds offers 1970 LE 
HANS sedan, automatic, 
•adio, power steering, power 
Drakes. *2800. 

182-7121 Res. 477-1461 

939 CADILLAC 4-DOOR HARD- 
u>p. fully ('quipped, government 
cried. only 53,000 mile*. MOO or M0 
monthly ^479-7500. 

MS AMBASSADOR. 8 CYLINDER. 
1ST HP., power fleering, power 
lual brake*, air conditioning, tow 
Uta h, ail extra*. 36S.Q073. S&M6 7. 

IM7 RAMBLER REBEL 6. AUTO- 
matlc. power steering. low mileage, 
excellent condition, owner leaving 
cwtry, muetaeil MB $82-0384. 

BILL PARKER STILL HAS BOB'S 
IMS Chevy II nation wagon for aate 
Call 478-3304, noon hour or 5-7 p.m. 
tor demonatraUon. 

1964 COMET CALIENTE 2-DOOR 
hardtop, power steering, new re¬ 
built motor, and transmission, 
til Of). 475-7305. 

'•4 FORD 380 CU. INCH HIGH 
compression, 3-speed Hum (stick >. 
radio. Weekdays, 383-0504 or 3*3- 

8254. 

PA1RLANE COBRA HAREL 
top. 4 28, ram-air. buckets, auto¬ 
matic, many other option*. 5275*. 
478-2108. 

MAZDA 4-DOOR SEDAN 
1969 

Nice economy car with radio. Cal 
■‘W.V7724. 


'58 BUICK HARDTOP, POWER 
■tearing. brake*, good rubber, 

test ed. 1250 or cloae. 384-7232. 

M8 CH EVE LI JC - 8B,~M. ONE 
owner, fully equipped. Priced to 
■ell. ni-a 1 !. 

’« TORINO AUTOMATIC, 

only 18,000 mile*. take over 
payment*. 542-3389 

L , IDEAL LADTS CAR 
Lovely 1968 Falcon Futura. 6 
cylinder, automatic, ra dio. 562-4218 

’• DODGE SWINGER M0. 4^ 

barrels. 4-speed, new wide oval*, 
loaded. r.«T 384-6300. 

INS BARRACUDA - 3409, AUTO- 
malic, power Keating, power 
brakes, radio. 368-7444. 

’86 PONTIAC PARISIENNr 4- 
door hardtop, automatic, 1Z006 
miles on motor. $275. 475-1101 

1558 DATSUN DE LUXE MN. A 

fine car. Call anytime. ftM- 

’N C H E~V V4 AUTOMATIC; 
g°od condition, best offer. 

477-8627 


1W4 PLYMOUTH FURY. 383, 4 

- J - Excellent 


1N5 MUSTANG POWER STEER- 

ina. 6 cylinder. 4 speed, radio. 683- 


'« C.T.O. RARE. 4M CU. IN 4- 

mSk 1 le^OrtS ‘ MHH& Vt ” rl 

im PONTIAC CONVERTIBLE. Y4. 

9 ° mr 

LEAVING FOR EUROPE, 1 

-ler, 1967 Dodge Dart, V-6 1915 


MW MUSTANG. 6 CYLINDER, 

£.000 mile*. Immaculate. Oder*. 

_ 

GALAXIE STATION WAGON, 
offer to NN. 4756644. after 

^ ^| K S^ G £.'ii£° (g> 0011 PI ~ 


^ CHEVY n 177 STANDARD. 


te°d condition. HR Call 5656166. 

*• DOOGE SWINGER. 310, 4- 


VOLK S W A G E N, GOOD 

•hape, teKed, $ng firm. 47M0S0. 

’P* VOL KSWA GEN, 060. RADIO. 


DAVID MOTORS LTD. 

YBies and Cook 
386*6168 

1969 PONTIAC 2 plus 2 
hardtop, V-6, automatic 
transmission, power 
steering, power brakes, 
radio, console, bucket 
seat. Verdoro green in 
color. Only 22,000 
miles. 

ONLY *2 


1967 PONTIAC 2 plus 2 
convertible, brand new 
factory V-8 angina, 
auto matlc transmis¬ 
sion, power steering, 
power brakes, radio. 
Tape deck. Excellent 
condition (where else 
can you find a 67 
model with a brand 
new motor. 

ONLY *2095 


1970 DART Swinger 2*door 
hardtop, 340 V-8, auto- 
m a t i c transmission, 
hooker heads (over 
*340) less than 5000 
miles. 

LIKE NEW. 


1964 BUICK Skylark con¬ 
vertible V-8, automatic 
transmission, power 
steering, Wildcat 310 
motor, bucket seats, 
radio. 

ONLY *1395 


1970 V O L K S WAGEN de 
luxe, radio, twin rear 
spec, chrome super 
pipes. 

ONLY *1995 


DAVID MOTORS 
LTD. 


1101 Yates at Cook 
PHONE 386-6168 


“CAR OF THE YEAR” 
-CHEVY VEGA- 
*2394 

-4-cylinder overhead cam 
—90 H.P. engine 
—Disc brakes 
—Bucket seat* 

—Premium tires 
-Up to 35 MPG 
—Safety guard door beams 
—Double panel roof 
-“Do-it-yourself” main¬ 
tenance manual 
*-4 other models 

STATION WAGON 
3-DOOR COUPE 
PANEL EXPRESS 
GT SPORTS 

CORNELL CHEV. OLDS. 
3050 Douglas Street 
Opp. Mayfair 
385-5777 - 'til 9 p.m. 


WILLE MOTORS 
SPECIALS 

2, 1969 Pontiac 4-door 

sedans: 

Auto, trans. P.S. 

Good running, city tested 
Ex taxis. Special price, 

Your choice *978 


Quat 

8240 


Backed by one of th* 
ISLAND’S largest 
Sendee CENTRES 
tdr* and Pandora 38 


1M CAM FOR SALK 


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SINCE 1893 


1971 

CORTINA GT 
*2489 

Inquire about our 
Exclusive warranty, 24,000 
miles or 2 years 


1969 VOLK SWAGEN De 
luxe Beetle with radio, 
low mileage. 

ONLY a *1895 


1970 CORTINA 1300 2-door 
sedan, radio, 

ONLY *1885 


1968 CORTINA station 
wagon, automatic. 
ONLY *1695 


1967 CORTINA Station 
wagon, low mileage. 
ONLY *1395 


1969 CORTINA GT 2-door 
radio, economy with a 
little sport. 

ONLY *1895 


-LOW COST- 

-ON THE SPOT- 

-FINANCING- 


BRITISH CAR CENTRE 
(Div. of Peter Pollen Ford) 

Yates at Quadra 384-5555 


1968 DATSUN PICKyP 

Low mileage, in premium 
condition. Remember at 
Metro all reasonable offers 
accepted. 

METRO TOYOTA LTD. 
624 Finlayson 
386-3516 - 386-3517, 


BARGAINS AT 

S k H 

SAUNDERS & HITCHMAN 

1968 TRIUMPH GT, 6 cyl., 
low mileage *1895 

1970 M A V E R ICK, auto¬ 
matic, 6 cyl., only 
18,000 miles *1995 

1970 DATSUN Pick-up *1695 

1969 D O D G E Coronet, 2- 

door Hardtop, 383-V-8 
engine, 4 speed 
train., *2495 

1970 TOYOTA Corona Mark 

II 4-door, auto¬ 
matic *2295 

1962 CONSUL 4-door, 1 
owner *495 

1968 T O Y O T A Corolla, 1 

owner *1295 

1968 PONTIAC laurentian 4- 
door, 327-V-8 engine, 
automatic *2195 

1970 TOYOTA Corona Mark 
II 2-door hardtop, 4 
speed trans. *2295 

1967 F A L C O N. 4 - door, 6 
c y 1 i n d e r standard 
shift SU98 

MANY MORE READY 
NOW 

CALL IN and DISCUSS 
YOUR 

TRADE AND DEAL 

SAUNDERS 4b HITCHMAN 
2040 Cad boro Bay Rd. at 
Foul Bay Rd. 592-2471 


-EMPRESS MAN— 
Doug Aune offers 1970 
TEMPEST 4-door sedan 6, 
automatic, power steering, 
radio. *3295. 

382-7121 Res. 382-5534 


-EMPRESS MAN— 

Ken Alger offers 1970 LE 
MANS sedan 6, automatic, 
radio. *2995. 

382-7121 Res. 477-6308 


CORVETTE 

IMS Coupe, atl option*, refrigera¬ 
tion, dtec brakes, aluminum knock 
off*, leather interior and much 
more. 14130. Possible trade. 47k- 
1501. 


1968 OLD8MOB1LE CUTLASS S. 
Immaculate condition, automatic, 
power brake*, power «te«ring. 
Excellent ore*. Used aa and car. 
83.300 firm. 303-7179. 


—EMPRESS MAN- 
Gerry Nasser offers 1969 
PONTIAC 4-door sedan, 8, 
automatic, power steering, 
radio. *2,300. 

382-7121 Res. 479-4883 


19* plymoutIi station 

wagon. power steering, power 
brake*, radio. Clean condition. 
Offer*. laa-MSt _ 

19* MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE V-8 


IMS CORTINA 1300, 4 DOOR. 38.000 
mllea. apertally fitted wood daah 
and carpeting. Excellent condition. 
WOO. 383-0971. 


’Si PONTIAC V-8. AUTOMATIC. 
teKed. excellent mechanical condi¬ 
tion. body rurted. 8100 or be*t 
offer. I83-2M0. 


RAMBLER CLASSIC 
italic t. 

sr. tested. Very dean 


19* FORD LTD. POWER STEER- 

srstz 

Lake Rd. 


SACRIFICE ISO VAUXHALL VIC- 


’* BEAUMONT, V-8, ONLY MMO 
mllea, nod condition. JuK 
Phone 4794132. 


IS* OORVAIR MONZA, TESTED, 
radio, buricet teats. PH. 3887 

Coiqultz Ave. 385-8939. __ 

IUO0 FOR 1*0 DE LUXE VOLK8- 
wagen. ^a*^ heater, radio. , Good 


1984 COMET 3 DOOR. V-R 4 
■peed He bum cnjlne Oood Ur**- 
New paint. $750. 478-3158. 


1984 RAMBLER. IMMACULATE, 

fully -- *-- 

Offer*. 


1991 ACADIAN CAN 80, C 

hardtop. 3H3. 4-speed. Ilk* 
Offer*. 388-70*. 


19* PONTIAC PARISIENNE CON- 

js^sTsittc&r^ 


1964 VOLKSWAGEN 
DELUXE 

Just traded — full history 
supplied. 

METRO TOYOTA LTD. 
624 Finlayson 
386-3516 


• LINCOLN. 
CONTINENTAL MK III 

A MOST BEAUTIFUL CAR, WITH 
17,000 MILES. PURCH ASED NEW 
l6cally fully powlreo 
STERE O TAPE. RADIO. COOT 
OVER 810.000 NEW. ASKING *800. 
PRIVATE; 395 MW 


MUST SELL MY BEAUTIFUL 
FIRENZA de lux* demonstrator 
Automatic and power disc broker 

CRAMER a^jOdPRESS PONTIAC 


1997 PLYMOUTH FURY HI_4- 
door hardtop. Radio, vinyl roof. 

S£T re&JrB-fi. '58 

am, 477-4*3._ 


•00 PLYMOUTH FURY ODNV1KRT- 
Ibie, |B* or offer. ’97 Daleun. 98.000 
• - — or offer. Both in good 


jar ! 


'97 CAMARO 8B 380, 300 H.P.. 


1958 LINCOLH CONTINENTAL. 
Week with whit* ton. Good condi¬ 
tion. Ail power. $350. WM001. 


1968 RED CONVERTIBLE, 
umgh HcnUd. aeaU 4. 3T.OO0 l 


1961 PLYMOUTH 2-DOOR SEDAN, 
V4, Sepeed. Kanderd, food eondl 
tton. $175. 478-2595 


•m EPIC. EXCELLENT CONDI 


DUSTER 340. 4 SPEED, 

it aeata. ptaa all extra*. Mart 


Ui CAM FOE lAfJC 


FOR 

THE BEST USED CARS 
IN VICTORIA 


1968 CHEVROLET Impaia 
V-8, automatic. 4-door 
sedan. A beauty *2295 


t DODGE Polara hard¬ 
top, V-8, power steer¬ 
ing and brakes. Top 
condition $2295 


1968 REBEL 4-door sedan, 
automatic and radio. 
One owner *1895 


1971 AMBASSADOR 
Brougham. A1 r con¬ 
ditioned. Fully power 
equipped. A brand new 
beauty *5400 


1969 VOLKS WAGEN de 
luxe, radio *1695 


1969 TRIUMPH Spitfire 
sports roadster *1695 


1966 AUSTIN A-00 
Very clean 


*995 


1959 VAUXHALL Cresta $395 


1959 RILEY 1.5 


*195 


OUR COURTEOUS 
SALESMEN 

To Assist You In 
Your Selection 
Of a Quality Car 

GUARANTEED 

ARE 

-LEN FRASER- 
-ROY McGILLTVARY- 
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1969 VOLKSWAGEN de luxe 
with a radio. 

ONLY *1695 


1969 FORD Falrlane 500 , 2- 
door hardtop, V-8, 
automatic, power steer¬ 
ing, power brake#, 
radio. An attractive 
model. 

ONLY *2595 


1909 METEOR 2-door hard¬ 
top, V-8, automatic, 
power steering, power 
brakes, radio. 

ONLY *2795 


1968 DODGE Polara 2-door 
sedan, V-8, automatic, 
power steering, power 
brakes, radio. 

ONLY *1395 


1967 FORD LTD 2-door 
hardtop, V-8, auto¬ 
matic, radio, power 
Steering, power brakes. 
ONLY *2195 


PLIMLEY 
1010 Yates 382-9121 

Open to 9 P.M. 

PPPPPPPPPPPP 

PPPPPPPPPPPP 


“CAR OF THE YEAR” 
-CHEVY VEGA- 
82394 

-4-cylinder overhead cam 
-90 H.P. engine 
-Disc brakes 
-Bucket seats 
-Premium tire* 

-Up to 35 MPG 
-Safety guard door beams 
-Double panel root 
-“Do-it-yourself” main¬ 
tenance manual 
-4 other models 

STATION WAGON 
3-DOOR COUPE 
PANEL EXPRESS 
GT SPORTS 


CORNELL CHEV. OLDS. 
3050 Douglas Street 
Opp. Mayfair 
385-5777 — ’til 9 p.m. 


1963 DATSUN Bluebird, 
good transportation for 
the student. 

ONLY $295 


1965 BUICK Le Sabre 4-door 
sedan, V-8, automatic, 
power steering, power 
brakes, radio. 

ONLY *1395 


feMW SALES 
AND SERVICE 

1967 NSU 110, 4* peed, 
radio *1195 

1963 RAMBLER 6, stand¬ 
ard $ 


1966 AUSTIN 1100 

Bavarian Auto Ltd. 
1750 Government 
386-1515 


*995 


1969 VOLVO 

142 2-door sedan, low mile¬ 
age one-owner car in top 
condition. Midnight blue with 
matching blue interior. Ttest 
drive this hard to And model 
soon and buy It for only 
*2695. 

Trades Welcome 
Terms to suit your budget 

BRIAN HOLLEY VOLVO 
3319 Douglas at Cloverdale 
Phone 384-1161 


1966 DATSUN 1600 sport* 
car. 

Fully reconditioned. Gov’t 
tested. Remember at 
METRO no reasonable offer 
refused. 

METRO TOYOTA LTD. 
624 Finlayson 
386-3516 


—EMPRESS MAN— 

A1 Catt offers 1971 GMC 
1500 demo. Sierra Grande 
350,. V-8 aatomatic, power 
steering, power brakes, 
heavy duty suspension. 
Radio, new *4,440. 

NOW *3590 

382-7121 Res. 5924)610 


1804 VOLKSWAGEN BEETLE. NEW 
motor. 8.8* anile*. $785. 38 M S38. 




'» VOLKSWAGEN WITH '» R 
bulk engine. $150 Aa 1*. 3830X18. 


1965 RAMBLER convertible, 
6-cyHnder automatic, 
radio. 

ONLY $895 


1963 METEOR 4-door sedan, 
6-cylinder, standard. 
ONLY $695 


1970 TORINO 2-door hard¬ 
top, V-8, automatic, 
power steering, power 
brakes, radio. 

ONLY *3195 


1968 FORD Falcon Futura 4- 
door sedan, economy 6 
« y 1 Inder, automatic, 
radio and in spotless 
condition. 

ONLY *1895 


1966 CORTINA sedan, green 
in color, ideal second 
car. 

ONLY *995 


1965 THUNDERBIRD V -8, 
automatic, power steer¬ 
ing, power brakes, 
power windows, radio, 
console vinyl top. 

ONLY *2395 


TRUCKS 


1968 G.M.C. Window van, 9- 
passenger, V-8, auto- 
on a t i c transmission. 
Ideal family camper 

unit. 

ONLY *2396 


1965 MERCURY %-ton pick- 
up, 4-speed. 

ONLY *1295 


1968 MERCURY VHor pick¬ 
up, 4-speed transmis¬ 
sion 

ONLY *1995 


PETER POLLEN 
FORD 

1060 Yates St.-384-1144 


•8 EL CAMINO, 396-330 HP.. 4- 
•pecti. Mags and Michel in*. $7,300 
or offtrlSS-2045, after I - “ 
4137. 


1807 BEAUMONT 7-DOOR HARO- 
top, 800 lip., an. 4-*p**d, pudtrac- 
tton. map, tap* d*ck. reverb. BeK 
offer 477-80* 


S4 VOLKSWAGEN, EXCELLENT 


1880 BUICK ELECTRA. 4-DOOR 
hardtop. In A-l «ww4»tW' xil 
powerSd, Gov't toetod. 478-7388. 


1957 LAURENTIAN PONTIAC. V-8. 

ifegLtnaar 120 


YOU PAY LESS 
AT ARTS CAR SALES 


ftVAIR, MECHANIC’S 


BP S; 


_CHEVY II 

V fi. automatic. N 
firm. 478-2108. 


SPORTS, 
teU. 81485 


88 PLYMOUTH STATION WAGON 
V-8 Kanderd. run* good. |* 
effete. 479-3130. 


vf PO , NT1 ^, ^-door. hardtop. 

After 5. 592A0S3. 


1887 VOLESWAOEN STATION 

Stftttes—HHj 


EPIC ENVOY. 

and offer*. 384-CX 


LOW MILE 


YOUR LARGEST 
VOLKSWAGEN DEALER 
ON THE ISLAND 


1967 MERCEDES 230 ftSdan 
low mileage, radio. In 
immaculate oondition. 
ONLY *2795 


1966 PONTIAC Parlsienne 4- 
door sedan, V-8 auto- 
m a t i c transmission, 
power brakes, radio. 
ONLY *1595 


1969 VALIANT V-100 2-door 
sedan, 6 cylinder, auto- 
m a t i c transmission, 
radio. 

ONLY *1895 


1968 VOLKSWAGEN Square- 
hack wagon. Stihmof. 
ONLY *1995 


1970 TOYOTA MARK n 
automatic transmission, 
radio. Yellow in color. 
ONLY *2695 


1970 VOLKSWAGEN 411 
dan, radio. Only 18,000 
1-owner miles. 

ONLY *3095 


1970 MAVERICK 2-door 
dan, radio, automatic 
transmission. Only 11, 
000 one-owner miles. 
ONLY *2495 


1969 A U S TIN America, 
Radio. Only 18,000 1- 
owner miles. 

ONLY *1595 


1968 Volkswagen camper 
with lift-top. Radio, full 
camper equipment. 
ONLY $3695 


1967 CHEVELLE wagon V-8, 
automatic transmission, 
power steering, power 
brakes, radio, tape 
deck 

ONLY $1995 


PLUS many more premium 
used import and 
domestic cars. 


1963 TR-3 Roadster with de¬ 
tachable hardtop. 

ONLY $715 


Full range of new DORPER 
and DOLPHIN campers 
on display. 


3329 DOUGLAS ST. 
388-5466 
Open 9 'til 9 

TJ**d Car* tor Sai*” 

All makes and model* 

t Caddy cp* Da VUlf. all Mack. 

Black leather interne. Only 8J4M 
* Meteor V-8, automatic *do.. P.S. 
and P.B. Radio, ate. Clean. 

Only _, WHS 

i Corvair Mona «**v*rtabte. *- 
* buckets, real 


*S6 


stf- 

> Acadiai. -. .,— - 

Clean. Nice running. Only 
I Vauxhall 4 ClL Katioo wagon. 

Ideal for Jdddiaa. Only $885 
1 M*ms 1100. 4-dr. aedan. All 

black. Green bucket*. Clean 
Only 

I Rambler S cyL, 3-door **dan. 

Good transportation. Only $493 
l Ford Sunliner V0 convertible. 
Automatic. Yellow. Black 

Only 

l Rambler 8 automatic a 
wagon. Roof rack. 3-tona. 
Only $395 

I Sludebaker 6 automatic aadan. 

Good for tu year. Only f“ 
I Vauxhall 8 sedan 

itevnsw, 

I MCA Roadster 1 

I Pontiac V-8 stn. wagon 
t Dudo* V-8 aedan I 

» Volkswagen BeeUe 
l Valiant « auto. adn. 
i Pontiac. One owner. I 

S Pont lac '▼’. 2-dnor 
i* Vauxhall 4. wagon 
k Zephyr automatic adn. I 

The** and many mort¬ 
al Cotwood Motor*. 47S-1S24 
1838 Island Highway 


B. MAD6EN MOTORS 


JS91 Sookt Rd. 


478^0.4 


PONTIAC CONVERTIBLE, 
automatic transmUKon. all power 
equipped, excellent condition. Fri¬ 
day evening. Saturday afternoon, all 
das Sunday: 882-7481. 440 Steward 


1964 C B E V CONVERTIBLE V-8 

sarwKitEaFaia 

WJ-3S72. or 883-2106. 


W DART 2-DR HT. 4-6PEED V-8. 
7.000 mtlaa. S8 Monarch, automatic, 
restored. $1,300. Inverted bill* to 
prove. 384-8906. 


SB CHEVY IMPALA. V4. 4-DOOR 
hardtop, fully equipped, low mile¬ 
age. very good condition. $1379. 478- 


FALCON FUTURA V-8. 
or. radio, power steering, l 
owner excellent condition. $3030. 


’58 VAUXHALL, S, 80,000 MILES, 
on Mound engine. Spare engine, 
trana and rear end. etc. $195 for 


’81 FORD FAIRLANE 30C. GOOD 
Jepandabte tnnapofUUon. TeKed 
Maj 5. '7X $776 or b*K After. 888- 




eg BUICK 4-DOOR HARDTOP. 
>t*y rear end. Make me an offer. 
0-1863. 

-B MORRIS OXFORD. TESTED 


METEOR. V-8 AUTOMATIC. 4- 
door hardtop, power steering, km 
mileage. $119. 478-2173. 


88 FORD GALAXIE. EXCEPTION 
8. 72. (ISO, or beK after. 388-38U. 


BEAUTIFUL RED 1987 CAMARO. 
81788. Or trad* lor pickup. 478-4818. 


VOLESWAOEN BUR NEW 


I BALE 


HORWOOD MOTORS 


1965 BARRACUDA Moor 
hardtop, V-S, a u to¬ 
rn* tic, radio, chrome 
wheels, bucket eeats, 
console. 

ONLY *1395 


19M MORRIS Oxtord m<U n, 
automatic. 

ONLY 1 


1968 MUSTANG GT Fast- 
back, V-8, 4-s p e e d , 
radio, bucket seats 
metallic green with 
black interior. 

ONLY *2395 


1964 ENVOY 4-floor sedan, 
Only 23,000 miles. Very 
clean car. 

ONLY *995 


1966 ROVER T.C. 2000. A 
very clean one-owner 
car. 

ONLY *1795 


1963 RAMBLER sedan, 
automatic, radio. 

ONLY *495 


1956 LINCOLN Premiere 
convertible, a reel clas¬ 
sic, in mint condition. 
ONLY *995 


1964 P O NTIAC Parisienns 
sedan, V-8, automatic. 
REG. *6J 

SAVE *495 


1966 PONTIAC Laurentian. 
V-8, automatic trans¬ 
mission, radio. 

REG. *1395 

SAVE *1195 


1964 COMET 404 sedan, V-8, 
automatic transmission, 
power steering, radio. 
ONLY *895 


1971 MAZDA 2-door sedan, 
automatic transmission. 
Balance of new war¬ 
ranty. 

ONLY $2045 


1964 VIVA 2-door, blue, eco¬ 
nomical transportation. 
ONLY *695 


1965 DATSUN station wagon. 
Just overhauled in our 
shop, guaranteed. 

ONLY $1095 


1970 MAZDA 1800 sedan, 
radio, reclining seats, 
disc brakes. 

ONLY *2195 


ue 


latfutolmi* Victorio, B.C., Sundoy, Moy 9, 1971 JJ J 

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BOTH SIDES OF THE 

800 BLOCK YATES ST. 

3844174 

Open "m 9 P.M. 


VICTORIA’S LOWEST 
PRICES 


radio. 

ONLY 

1969 CHRYSLER Newport 4- 
door sedan, automatic, 
power steering and 
brakes, custom radio. 
One owner. 

ONLY $2695 

1907 ACADIAN Canso De 
luxe, 2-door hardtop, 
bucket seats, 283 V-8, 
console automatic, 
power steering, rodlo. 
ONLY $1095 

1971 COUGAR 2-door hard¬ 
top, 351 V-8, console 
automatic, vinyl roof, 
power steering and 
brakes, custom radio. 
Only 2,000 miles, 
over $800. 

ONLY 


1971 DODGE COLT 

“The Mini Hemi’’ 
from JAPAN 

$2187 

2-door coupe, 
delivered Victoria 

YOUR *300 TRADE 
AND *59 FOR 
42 MONTHS 


1964 VALIANT V-200 2-door 
hardtop, automatic, j 
radio. 

ONLY *895 


1968 DODGE Polara sedan. 
V-8, automatic trans¬ 
mission, radio. 

REG. $1895 

SALE; $1495 


1903 VALIANT 4-door 
sedan, slant 6 motor, 
rear window defogger, 
custom radio, with rear 
seat speaker. 

ONLY $595 

1970 DODGE Polara Custom 
wagon. Demonstrator. 


pension and sway bar. 
New car warranty. 
Cost $5113. 

ONLY $3995 


hardtop, big slant 6, 
a u t o m a tic, custom 
radio, one owner. 

ONLY $2495 

1963 RAMBLER Classic 
sedan. Only 29,000 one 
owner miles. 

ONLY *595 

1968 ENVOY Wagon, bucket 
seats, automatic, ideal 
second car. Low mile¬ 


age. 

ONLY 


*1295 


1962 EDRD Fairlane sedan, 
6 cylinder. 

REG. $395 

SALE $275 


HORWOOD 

for 

MAZDA 


385-1451 

Blanshard at Johnson 


1969 TOYOTA SPRINTER 
Fastback 

Premium little second unit 
— just traded. Remember 
at METRO no reasonable 
offer refused. 

METRO TOYOTA LTD. 
624 Finlayson 
386-3516 


1969 MUSTANG 
GRANDE HARDTOP 

All factory options — pre¬ 
mium condition. 

PRICED TO SELL 

METRO TOYOTA LTD. 

624 Finlayson 
386-3516 


—EMPRESS MAN - 
Ron Scott offers 1970 LE 
MANS 2-door hardtop 6. 
automatic, radio. *3195. 
382-7121 Res. 388-4843 


ism awmoEB, 

$3450. ISIS Ford m 
4437. 


•00 CHEV. 2-DOOtR HARDTOP. W 
ruble-inch, 85M779, Sunday after 


mile*. Top condition. $480. Stl-F 


’« CORTIHA 1800 G.T. MUST 
MIL 380-5743. 


Febnuxy V '72 S fftxrTL RD ' TESTED 




TESTED. OTTERS. 




TOP ALLOWANCE FOR 
YOUR TRADE! 


NATIONAL 

CHRYSLER-DODGE 

819 Yates 8t 
384-8174 


-EMPRESS MAN- 
Charlie Peterson offers 1970 
PONTIAC 4-door hardtop, V- 
8, automatic, power steering 
and power brakes, radio. 
$3195. 

382-7121 Res. 592-0458 

S3 PONTIAC PARISIENNE 3-DOOR 
hardtop. 331 cu. in.. 330 h.p. Floor 
shift Stock tested and many 
extras. $735 or hart. 384-6758 
Immaculate condition. 

'» VOLKSWAGEN DE LUXE 
Beetle; 'SI Volkswagen Ration 
wagon: '63 Aurtin 83fi Mini; M 
Renault ‘61 ComK. <77-6533. 

'« PONTIAC PARISIENNE, 
color ptnktsh-purnts, white roof, 
hardtop. 61.300. 1*6 Michigan. »3- 
8863. 

’« PONTIAC LAURENTIAN. 
automatic. 36.000 mlias. 4-door. $790 
HMBC 

» PONTIAC LAURENTIAN. ^ 

'68 V.W. VAN A-l CONDITION, 
offers. Can bs viewed at 921 Wharf 
St or 8W-TO1. 

’68 PARISIENNE HARDTOP. RA- 

dlo. V-8, automatic, ail power. 
Immaculate. 61675. 6K-5749. 

MUKTTeLL. M DODGE SWINGER 
340. 4-*peed, speed equipped. 61985. 

478-M08. 

1186 FAIRLANE. 3-DfttR HARD 
388 V-S automatic 65600. 478- 

1970 VIVA GT. 7.600 MILES. 

STWMbr® 

**r MUSTANG V-8. AUTOMATIC, 
chrome rims, tape deck, excattent 
oondition. $1686. 478-30S8. 

• DODOE DART CT. IM- 

maculate, new rubber, X 000 mils* 

ijfgg, — nii 

18*3 TRIUMPH HERALD, GOOD 
shape, ask for Dave after 6 p.m. or 
weekends, 478-5141. 

1168 VOLVO. A BLACK BEAUTY. 
$1550. Excellent condition. 475-5536 

SI SIMCA. OOOD CONDITION. 
$M0. 592-1643 

1806 AUSTIN 1100 ONLY $750. 
Phone <77-4461. 


IfiSsSS' 

USD VOLKSWAGEN 

tun 

MS66K. 


i« »x * 

M VAUXHALL VBL0K. OOOD 

grjs9sn.tttw 

$685. 383-8670. 

*61 T-BIRD. REBUILT MOTOR, 
all electric radio, rood rubber, naw 
paint, tested. $825. S&-8670. 

1966 RBD PONTIAC PARIMBNNE 
convertible, new motor. Offers. 383- 
2860. 

*58 AUSTIN A-66. TESTED TILL I 
Ma> T2. Recent valvs Job, 6150. 591- ( 

’58 CADILLAC SEDAN DE VILLE, 
J^utiful condition, factory air. <75- 

, '» VIVA S.L RADIO. WHITE- . 
walls, ie.000 miles, like new. $1350. 1 
188-7138. 

1981 CHEV IMPALA. 4-DOOR 
h^dlop. 3 speed Hunt. $485. 382- 

’64 VOLKSWAGEN DE LUXE, 
god condition. $SK. 858-8236 or 478- ! 

•9f PLYMOUTH GTX. HARDTOP, 
tew mileage. 440 V-8. Offers. 588- 
1718. 

•* CHEVROLET 3-TONK. 6L100; 
*63 Volkswagen. A-l oondition, $550. 
$84-563.2. 

66 VOLKSWAGEN DE LUXE, 

radio, good oondition. $1,095. 477- 
3932. 

•68 FORD FALCON SPORTS 
coupe, tested, V-8 automatic good 
Condition. 382-6868, S8>3672, 382-210* 

'65 VAUANT 4-DOOR AUTOMA- 
tic. Terted April 1972. $700 or offer. 
592-6456. 

•64 ACADIAN BEAUMONT 2-DOOR 
hardtop, fully equipped. $895. 478- 

'66 VW. GOOD CONDITION. CUBAN 

’69 SUNbIeaVi FASTBACK. RADIO 

and new tires. Offers. 593-3831. 
weekends: 

l LEAVING FOR EUROPE, IM 
Volkswagen infln, 1960. 1961 Ram¬ 
bler. $3ffr>. 356 Si Charles Street 

1969 DATSUN 200 SPORT. CON- 
vertlbte. radlals, tack, Sapeed. 
rlbles. 384-8301. 

1960 AUSrill CAMBRIDGE, 
tested, good condition, radto, 6250 
Owner leaving town. 385-2930. 

1988 FORD LTD.. VINYL 4-DOOR 
hardtop, fully equipped. Private. 
$2,800. Consider trad*. 3836063. 

■39 HILLMAN 4-DOOR. 1 CYL- 
Inder. tn good running oondtUnn. 

$100. 2303 Chamber St. or 8854884. 

1964 DODOE 4-DOOR SEDAN. 1 
owner Excellent condition. Must be ; 
seen. Bert offer over 1680. 384-7337. i 

DUNE BUGGY. MANY ACCE8- ! 

Rories, *1.300 or trade for Sunbeam 
Tiger. 502-0480. , 

LADY'S CAR OR FOR STUDENT , 
1937 Zephyr, excellent condition. 582- 

0278. , 

*57 CHEV. BEL AIR, g AUTO- 

mettc. 4-door. excellent shape. 
Terted. 8350. 384-2701. 

1956 PONTIAC. TESTED. GOOD 
shape. 8135. 477-3084. 

49 CHEV.. RE-DONE INTERIOR 
and motor, offers. 3834)284. 

1IM VOLKSWAGEN. STANDARD, 
radio, good shape. 383-473$. 

1956 FORD. TESTED. NEAREST 
offer to 1300. 4784*10. after 3 p.m. 

1901 ZEPHYR STANDARD 384-0308. 
Offers. 

83 CHEVROLET 4-DOOR WAGON. 
V4, standard. $350. 477-1118. 

cm» oo ®““ 

151 FOREIGN IMPORT 
and SPORTS CARA 

•*» CORVAIR MONZA CON- 
vertlble. Red, 4 speed, white top. 
only $885. 80 MGA Roadster, very 
nice condition. Hummer fun. Only 
$695. Cohenod Motors, 478 1534, 1838 
Island Highway. 

1962 MINI K50. $150 OR CI-OSE 

offer. Terted. Runs well. Minor 
tranamterton problem but good 
transportation, as Is. Perfect tor 
conversion to fun-buggy 478-T553. 

1970 MAZDA L500. EXCELLENT 
condition. This car must be sold 
this week, owner working abroad. So 
save the dealers profit befars It 
goes an the sales lot 385-2914. 

1961 AUSTIN HEALEY”3000, RAC- 
Ing engine and racing rim* with 
070-14 tires, wood dash, needs 
Upholstery. $800 or hart offer. 182- 
>663. 

'67 VOLKSWAGEN K A R M A N N , 
Gh»a. white. 25.000 miles. Excellent 
condition, any reaaonabie offer. 
Call 796-1719. 

*58 me rcedes. excellent 

condition. Phone 353-7940 or see at 
138$ Manor Rd. 

1959 JAGUAR 3.4 AUTOMATIC, . 
mechanically sound, needs electrl- ; 
cal work. Offers. 478-1016. 

1963 ALPINE. RADIALS, ABARTH. ! 

air horn, wooden steering wheel. 477- 
2597. | 

1957 VOLVO 445 STATION WAGON, 
excellent condition, tested, $450. 477- 
8053 after 5 weekdays. 

•5ft MGA SELI. OR CONSIDER 
trade. Small station wagon. 599- 
0149. 


64 SUNBEAM ALPINE. HARDTOP, 
‘line brake*, new Interior and paint. 
Trade up or «mh. S8R-ZW1. 


CSS 

tisno.'^WMiS'lIr ab-fii is" 


SPITFIRE, WTRE 
overdrive, radio. Attiring 


•57 M.G. MAGNETTE. ZB. Ex¬ 
cellent mechanical shape. 47S-26S9. 


I 1%3 BMW 3002 BLAUPUNKT. NEW 
'radial*. I2.89R. 477-S176. 10-12 am. 


'84 CHEV CONVERTIBLE. OOOD 
condition, new top $U00. 47SS01S 

1SS7 CONSUL SEDAN. TESTED. 


VERY CLEAN. 


Wm SUNBEAM RAPIER, 
paint good condition. teWOOT. 


WANTED: MG.B. « OR NEWER 
In good oondition 384-2855. 

’«4 TR4. 0080 OR OFFERS MANY 
extra*. 386-280. aak Mr Dentee 


154 TBTCKft aad RUSES 


FOR FORD TRUCKS 
Lights 

- Econoiines — 

Mediums and Heavies • 

„ — SEE — 
Victoria’s Truck 
SALES LEADERS 
Where Volume Sales 
SAVE YOU MORE! 


PETER POLLEN FORD 
1060 Yates — 384-1184 


1967 FARGO SPORTSMAN 
WINDOW VAN 

127 h.p. Big slant 6 engine, 
3-speed, automatic, radio. 
Above average condition 
ONLY $1596 

BRIAN HOLLEY MOTORS 
3319 Douglas at Cloverdale 
Phone 384-1161 


1968 DODGE M.-TON, CUSTOM. V4. 
- — 


Stock No. 331 

BRAND NEW 1871 %- 
ton CHEVROLET pick- r 
up, 350 V-8, automatic 
transmission, auxiliary 
springs, power steer- ’ 
ing, power disc brakes, 
gauge*, camper mir¬ 
ror, body mouldings, 
camper wiring, heavy 
duty tire. 

RETAIL PRICE *4783 : 

now lano 


SAVE 


$803 


1870 CHEyROLET tt-ton V-* 
8, automatic transmis¬ 
sion, power steering, 
step bumper. r 

ONLY *2995 


57 GMC pickup 
64 CHEVROLET van 
67 FORD 

»4-ton 4-speed 
86 INTERNATIONAL 
panel 


*1595 

*895 

*896 


CORNELL CHEV OLDS 

3060 Douglas Street 
Opp. Mayfair 

385-5777 til 9 p.m. 


Ht VALUE USED TRUCES 

'87 TNT. I*-ton panel < cyl., - 
automatic COM 

•MINT H-ton panel. « cyl., 4- 
•peed 1850 

•64 INT. TravaiaU, S cyL, 4- 

•pMd mu 

’64 INT. Travauil • cyl.. 3- 

•PMd 1895 

’66 CHEV 14-Ion panel, I cyl.. 4- ; 

«p*tf mm 

'"SSiJftt- ^ tSi 

'** Sag* —• "»• • 

’61 PONTIAC sedan. 6 cyl. SMS 

*57 CHEV 314-tai oab and ohaaaU, 2- 
spaed axle $486 

’67 INT F1800 dump, umm VMS. naw 
brake* and tire*, aluminum 
box. power steering $8450 

’65 CHEV DUMP, V-6. 5 and I, 54. 
yd. box $um 

Traded accepted, I.E. Financing 

INTERNATIONAL 
HARVESTER CO. 

SIT Herald St M64MI 


’55 KENWORTH DIESEL; 'ST 

fuj&vkHKs 

insulated van: S> Chav, ftatdeck. 
winch, hydraulic tailgate: '67 Chav, 
van; ’56 Chev. tandem dump, V-S: 
*63 Ford H0Q dump, V4; '58 Ford 

K dump, V-6; Hi-Lift forklift; 

toy compraaaor. model 125; ‘ST 
Chev., V-8. 4-apd u 30' deck. 

island Used Cara and Trucks 
864 Pandora 38S-8NS 


■63 CHEV Vton. ’62 CHEV t44on. i 
GM V-8 Carry All*, army jeep. 
’ -drover, panels. 

VICTORIA JEEP 
HILLSIDE AT ROCK HAY 


V-8 automatic. 61786. 1867 Fargo 600 
with C.W. foco crane. $6485. 1161 
Mercury 8BO Tandem. 63666. Any 
reasonable offer considered. 
Dstghtocu, 3730 Mateoo Rd. 47S-2612. 


1868 INTERNATIONAL 1800 
392 cu. In. enalna, two 18.500 
rear axiaa. 9.000 Trout ante Sapaad 
main, 4 spaed aptoar, Brantford 
box, power steering, power brake*. 
36,000 mllea, $8,00. E. Lovett 
Monarch Holdings Ltd., 582-0711 


ECONOLINE 

Camper Conversions, thirteen 1878 
Economies in stock. Some already 
camper nmverted. All have flbre- 
glaxs ralerri roof* Low-coK financ¬ 
ing available. Hurry to Wert Coart 
Motors, 37180 Lougheed Highway, 
Haney. 80, dtel 9 47-4718, M 4106. 

1988 GMC CAB47VER TRUCK AND 
trailer for sale or lease to purchase. 
G.V.W. 76,000. plus hay contract 
Used for hauling hay from Wash- 


1966 FORD 8.30 TANDEM DUMP 
truck. 534 motor, light steel bow. 10 
yards, good tires, excellent condi¬ 
tion. licensed Phone Courtenay 838- 
8834 after 6 p.m. 


1964 CHEV 2-TON FLATDECK. 
top shape, new brakes, tires And 
•afety sticker, licensed, $2,000 or 
offers. Phone 47*4311. 

OFFERS INVITED ON A REOON- 
dlttoned ’61 Chevrolet school bus 
ready for conversion to a motor 
home 666-3496. 


row oab 4-speed. V-8. 




BRAND NEW DATSUN 1-TON 

p “*“ p &S” 

1U1 YATK* ST. 3SS4KS 


IMMACULATE 1906 FORD Sti-TON 
truck, steel van. 5 sliding doors, air 

Sooke*Road Pr1nClp,ai olUy - 7Ul 


1970 FORD %-TON TRUCK AND 
cah. Dual tank*., wide long box. 
heavy duty suspenaton, excellent 
" Iltlon. 479-L13X 


1870 FORD R-TON. CUSTOM CAB. 
dual tanks, wide long box. heavy 
duty suspension, excellent condition. 
4TS-1.W 


GOOD CONDITION. REBUILT 
motor. 58 International, $350 or 

offers. 383-07*7. 


I8S9 CHEV >4-TON PICKUP, 
standard V-8. 5.000 milts. $ 2,000 or 
nearert offer. 364-3387. 


1908 1’ORD 14-TON. VA AUTO- 
matlc. power steering, 23.000 mllea, 
like new. 476-1370. 646 Brook Ave. 


1867 GMC '4-TON PICKUP, 0- 
ojindar, 4-speed, port traction. 30- 


1 OWNER '04 CHEV. PICKUP. 
66.000 miles. 4-speed, heavy aprtngr 
etc, wtth utility camper. 477-3® 


! CORVAIR VAN AUTOMATIC, 
k). very good condition. muK Sa 

I. best offer Cakes. 3644881 


- — FORD TANDEM DUMP, 

steel box. 4TMXM. 


SMALL CAMPER AND TRUCK, ' 
VW van. acospt trade. ITMOfl. 


'70 F100, 303 V4, H.O. 




’S3 MERC PICKUP. «m OR 


SUWSM* 4 


NEW TIRE 
GIVE AWAY!! 

560x13 whitewalls, to fit 
Datsoo, Toyota or most 

small car*. 

REG. *23.96 each, SPECIAL 
$19.95 each, or buy 3 at 
$19.95 each (plus tax) end 
receive I FREE. ~ 

Call Tbm Lincoln at 
DAVID MOTORS LTD. 
Yates at Cook 386-3000 


MERCURY HALT-TON PICK- 
lean, good condition. 478 - 41 27 


1801_ 

up. Clean, good 


r PA NEL . ' 


4 MAGS, 14”Xr\ FORD: 4 RA- 

SFMlfio Ure *’ 14 (,:W, ' 


5-775X14 DE LUXS CHAMPION 
Ftrmjgw. wrote wail, tubelaaa. IK. 


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Batin (Jnlnnlat. 

TIRES 


Victorio, B.C., Sundoy, Moy 9, 1971 

its 


COMPLETE RANGE 
OF 

*» MICHELIN 

"X” 


TIRES 


Sizes to fit from Minis thru 
Cadillacs. 


Also all sizes of truck tires 
available. 


See them at your Victoria 
Michelin headquarters. 


D & D TIRE 
1620 Blanshard St 


2 POLYGLASS WIDE OVAL TIRES 
and wheels with adapters. Will lit 
V olkswagen. Nearly new. 386-0682 


l®8 AUTO REPAIRS. 
SERVICE and TOWING 


_ _ ___, _ _ 384-3851. Rebuilt 

auto transml v>ns from $86.86 
Tuneupa from " 




EUROPEA! 

Rcnault, Il Peu*e<x7'citroen. Slmca 
3233 Douglas 


lflft PARTS. ACCESSORIES 


The Home of 
VOLKSWAGEN 
Specials Every Friday Night 
5 ’til 9 

Watch this column for VW 
- SAVINGS - 
Teli vour VW friends! 
SPEEDWAY 
VOLKSWAGEN 
971 Yates 385-2415 


I’NilED ALTO WRECKING 
• Victoria» LTD. 

USED AUTO PARTS. 384-4151 
Large yard centralis located 
Free teletype service 
COMPETITIVE PRICES 
Now dtsm&ntelling 1966 Corvair. 65 
Chevetlo. '67 Chev. 66 Pontiac C P. 
327. '63 Chev J-Dr. HI 327. 65 

Pontiac. '69 Cougar. '63 Valiant. 63 
Classic. :>9 T-Bird. '63 Falcon. 64 
Chev Conv. #1 Consul. '63 Alpine. 
67 Spitfire. '8) MGA. '63 TR4. 65 
Rover 3U00. Many others. 384-41.11. 
4-J) Bay St. 


B.C AUTO WRECKING LTD. 

7481 W Saanich Rd.. 632-11X1 
WRECKING - 

1969 KS5 350 cu. In. Standard. 

1965 Olds Fx3. 310 cu. In. auto¬ 
matic. 4-barrel 

1966 Dodge. 383 cu. In. standard, 4- 
speed. 

1963 SaO Mini 

1965 International. V-f. standard. 

1967 Cortina G.T.. standard. 4 
speed. 

1965 Pontiac 283. standard. 

I Jeep motor. 4-cylindcr overhead. 


OUR NEW LOCATION 
2130 Blanshard Street 
Your Car’s ''Heart" la Uit 
BATTERY 

For a Strong. Sure Start Every 
Time GET an ‘ ACME" 
LOWEST PRICES IN TOWN 
Delivered and Installed 
FRANCIS BATTERY & 


YOUR SCRAPPED CAR HAULED 
away. Reasonable rates. Or ac¬ 
cepted without charge at our y ard. 
3015 Millstream Rd., 4784212. 

LICENSED EUROPEAN AUTO 
mechanic. Fast, accurate, reason¬ 
able. Jack. 384-4606. 

JUNK CARS HAULED 
$2 paid for most complete large 
cars. Williams 382-9393 

1M CARS and TRUCKS 
WANTED 

D OUGLAS VOLKSWAGEN 

LTD. 

Trade up or down 
or 

Buy outright 
!! IN ST ANT CASH!! 
Wanted late model imports 
and all model Volkswagens. 
Phone Ted or Chris. 9 a m. 
till 9 p.m. 388-5466. 

KASH 

for your 

CAR 

CALL KEN 
386*6131 
anytime 
at 

SUBURBAN 

Good, Clean 

CARS AND TRUCKS 
WANTED 

Cash in 5 Minutes 

- PLIMLEY - 
1010 Yates St. 

CASH 

For Good Clean Cars 

HORWOOD MOTORS 

810 Johnson 

| instantcash'for 

i Sports Cars and Imports 
BRIAN HOLLEY MOTORS 
! 3319 Douglas - 384-1161 

8 16 8 16$ 

I CASH - CONSIGN - TRADE 
CHEV - CORNELL - OLDS 
ACROSS FROM MAYFAIR 

$$$$*$$ 

SELLING 

CASH OR CONSIGN 
ART’S CARS - 383-8302 

WANTED 

Full »ize V-8 station wagon, have 
'62 InternaUonal Scout pickup 4x4 <u- 
62 Olda 88, 4-door hardtop sedan to 
trade. 382-6837. 

**-TON FORD PICKUP. 
479-UD3 


CAMPERS 
AND TRAILERS 


RENT-A-CAMPER 
Reserve now for 
Your summer 
Vacation of Weekends 
Si-ton FORD, completely 
equipped, camper unit that 
sleeps 6 people. 

For AS LOW AS 
J99 per week 


PENNYS RENTS A CAR 


386-6666 or 

Peter Pollen Ford Sales 
Ltd. 

Cook and Johnson, 384-1144 


FENNELL’S 
TRAILER SUPPLIES 


Parts — Propane — Repairs 
GALAXIE CAMPERS 


1971 New Aluma-foam con¬ 
struction models in stock. 
Lighter and warmer. 
Plywood SPRUCE FRAM¬ 
ING materials and all com¬ 
ponents in stock. 


Open 7 days a week 
6459 Pat Bay Hwy. 652-2511 


CAMPERS 
AND TRAILERS 


TERRY 


Travel Trailers 
from 16’ to 26’ 


NEW SHIPMENT 


JUST ARRIVED. 


See the 20’ TERRY with 
front gaucho, L-shaped di¬ 
nette, side kitchen, front 
studio bunk — six sleeper, 
rear bath, tandem axle, with 
all the self-contained fea¬ 
tures included. 

54575 


USED TRAILERS 


17’ KENSKILL 
21- GLENDETT 


$3350 

52650 


MULLINS MARINE 
SALES LTD. 


TRAILER DIV. 

925 Yates St. 382 1928 


SEAGULL AND 
CAVEMAN CAMPERS 
PROWLER TRAILERS 


6 Scamper trailer, fridge, 
(umace. and 3-bumer vvlth 
11795 


61 13 6' Trat claire trailer. 3- 

iiurnei. propane ngnt and ice box. 
only . 81293 


S. J. PEDKN LTD. 
YOUR 

VANGUARD DEALER 


1971 MODE I i5 


Before you purchase a new eampet 
or trailer be sure to aee the all 
new Vanguard for '71. This >ear 
there are 24 models to choose 
from. One for every budget. 


MOBILE HOMES 
and PARKS 


COLDSTREAM 
MOBILE HOMES LTD. 


2885 Trans Canada Hwy. 
VICTORIA, R.C. 


GRAND OPENING 
starting 

MAY 7 through MAY 14 


DOOR PRIZES 
—cross top refrigerator 
FREEZER 


-FREE COLOUR TV 19” 
portable with each PUR¬ 
CHASE. 


See our 
DISPLAY AD 
Fri. Times — page 18 
AND 

Sat. Col. — page 38 


OPEN all day 
SAT. and SUN. 
for INSPECTION 


OPEN 9-9 
478-1751 


GLENREY MOBILE 
HOMES LTD. 


“Your key to better living’’ 


Ail remaining 1970 homes 
reduced to clear. 


SPECIAL 

FACTORY CLEARANCE 


Try your offer! 


We are short of campers 


We will buy (or cash or consign. 

1812 Douglas St. 385-5012 


volume purchase of new mono- 
»nd I mauc recirculating toilets enables 
I us to pass on a tremendous value, 
i On sale now at only 1149-95. 


BUILDING? 


GLENKEY MOBILE 
HOMES LTD. 

2705 Douglas St. at Hillside 
!■ 385-2491 385-249: 

Open Sunday 12-5 


All materials In stock to build your 
own camper or trailer. Let us sav e 
M3 on all your building needs.! 


190 ROOM and BOARD SI 

ROOM AND BOARD. ENGLISH 
conking. Private and shared room*. 
3*64520. 

ROOM ^ WITH KITCHEN PRIVI- 
leges. $65 or room and board *90. 
1090 Pentrelew Place. 3824070. 

ROOM AND BOARD, TV~AVAlC J 
able, ride to Vocational School. 388- 
4987. 

191 ROOM AND BOARD 
WANTED 

WANTED: ROOM AND BOARD ~ 
for young girl. Starting September. 
Cloae to but. Victoria Preas. Box “ 
446. : 

IM ROOMS TO RENT 

WANT A NICE ROOM WITH £ 

bath and color, cable TV? From 88 „ 
dally. Cheltenham Court MoteL 994 
Goige Rd. West 385-9659. r 

FAIRFIELD AREA. FURNISHED “ 

front room. Community kitchen. 858 i, 
monthly. Phone after 6 p.m. 385- * 

3705. 2- 

BY DAY. WEEK OR MONTH 
reasonable rata* Colon-aJ Inn. 270 
Government St 384-7151. 

SINGLE ROOMS FROM 850 UP. 
1303 Gladstone. Retponalble persona. 
3824728. 

NICE CLEAN. FURNISHED 
room to rent, on Cook SL For 
working person, 845. 386-0462. 

FURNISHED” CLeTn ROOM, 
kitchen faeillUes. cablevision. Jubi¬ 
lee area. Men. 592-6615. 

MAYFAIR 

Furnished bed-sitting room. 645. 
References required. 382-7020 

FURNISHED ROOM FOR GENT. “ 
' TV. cablevision and telephone con- - 
.lections. AU utilities. $55. 3*3-9973 

I NICE ROOM. ALL FACILITIES. 
Colwood Cornet . Waldorf Motel 478- 
! 2031. - 

| SINGLE ROOMS FROM $50 lip! - 
1303 Gladstone. Responsible pers«»ns 

I 35 *"* . . a 

1 FURNISHED ROOM FOR RENT. 

| across from May fair. 383-4687 SI 

1 SLEEPING ROOM IN CLEAN i 
j modem home 479-5336. 

1 ROOM FOR RENT. 813 QUEENS 
Avp I'h.xu' after V 3*3-4«• IF [ 

i FURNISHED U OOM . KITCHEN 
| privileges. Foul Bay-Fort. 592-9369 

2 ItUIMS UNFURNISHED”STOVE, 
fridge. Esquimau. 479-1443. 

• CLEAN - NICELY FURNISHED 1 
! room. 112 a week. 1258 Balmoral fi 


I APARTMENTS TO 
RENT UNFURNISHED 


On Waterfront 

MARINA I*AHK 
APARTMENTS 


Sea View From 
Most Suites 
teven from the kitchen) 

rge roomy size balcony with 


-Large 2-door refrigerator* 


-Health and Exercise room 
-Hobby room 


features In these brand new 


$135 

$165 


Resident Managers 
Mr. and Mrs. S. Arden 
656-1616 or 477-2300 


THE 

PRINCESS PATRICIA 
701 - 703 Esquimalt Rd. 
View the Blue Pacific 
and Inner Harbor 
From our Spacious Suites 


-Lounge 


-Sound proofing 


200 APARTMENTS TO 
RENT UNFURNISHED 


•00 APARTMENTS TO 
RENT UNFURNISHED 


ELMWOOD TERRACE 
1399 Stanley at Pandora 


On quiet Stanley Avenue, 
shaded by giant elm trees 
with convenient bus stops at 
each end of short street. 


All tlie features expected in 
a new quality building: 
-Carpeted throughout 
—luxurious wall-to-wall 
drapes 

—Clean electric heat 
—Very large balconies 
—Cableviskm 
—Thorough soundproofing 
—Beautifully landscaped 
—Sauna, exercise room 
—Billiards and ping-pong 
Laundry 
—Roof sundeck 
—And much more! . 


AVAILABLE JUNE 1 


ONE-BEDROOM FOURTH 
FLOOR SUITE, $132 


LARGE TWO-BEDROOM 
CORNER SUITE, 5159 


Resident Manager: 388-6718 
Adults Only - No Pets 
Diamond Developments Ltd 


BRAND NEW 
•THE OAK BAY MALL’V. 
2irr> OAK BAY AVENUE 

Centrally located t<» bus. shopping 
centre, UVIc. Jubilee and leisure 
area* ~ Luxury apartment with 
bright de luxe suite*. 

FACILITIES AVAILABLE 
—BILLIARD ROOM 
-SAUNA ROOM 
-WORKSHOP 

—High quality soundproofing; 
concrete floor*. 

-6" Insulated double wall*. 

—Atractlve wall-to-wall carpet*— 
High density underlay. 

—Quick. dean heat with thermostat 
—Free cablevision and storage 
■De luxe factory-made cabinet*, 
colored automatic appliances. 
—Feature wallpaper and chandelier. 
—Generous living area* 

—Built-In China shelves 
—Cushion floors In kitchen and bath 
—Ceramic tiling, coloured vanities 
—Fibreglass draperies — fireproof 
—Self-dosing fire doore 
-Silent elevator 
—Covered parking 
—Courteous, efilnent managers — 
—All suites Include heaL cablevi- 
sion. drupes, storage, parking. 


2 BEDROOM 
1 BEDROOM 

Mr. and Mrs. Piper 
Suite 410. 598-3702 


$165 

$135 


OAK BAY 
BRAND NEW 
WINCHESTER COURT 


"The Building with the Courtyard" 
-92 de lave extra spacious suites- 
-Quality wall-to-wall carpeting. 
-Concrete floors, double walla. 


2 and under wel-1 


-BILLIARD ROOM 
-SAUNA ROOM 
-WORKSHOP 


now —1 bedroom 


Phone 382-2223 


ANTRIM COURT 
2310 QUADRA ST. 
1-bedroom from 8135 


The new 71 Skylark trailers 
and campers. Come and be 
introduced to these luxuri¬ 
ous all Canadian trailers. 
C.S.A. approved. 


168 


CAMPERS 
AND TRAILERS 


TIRES LTD. 

Retreading Specialists 

FOUR-TUBE - HEADERS 
Underneath Type 

M-7D Chevelle 3%-427 8115 00 

61-7U Chevelle 283-330 flto.OO 

67 70 Camaro 396-427 111*.00 Tg insnect and comnarp thp 

66-71) Dodge 3S3-440 8115.00; 10 ms P eci ana compare mo 

65-70 Corvette 396-427 IU5.00 greatest selection of top 

Dune B bS5y 3 i3old!*no rS.95 ' quality trailers on Vancou- 


YOU’RE INVITED 


I960 PONTIAC SEDAN. FRONT 
end and vvhindshield damaged, 
mechanically sound >2 V-*. engine. SCAMPERS 
1955 Chev pick-up. body damage. 6 
cylinder engine, mechanically 
sound. Phone 215-3590 Ladysmith 
evenings. 


JUST ARRIVED 


Weatherby & Thomas Ltd. 
1510 Admirals Road 
l at Craigf lower) 


Phone 388-6511 


Open 7 days a week 


MOTOR HOMES AND TRAILERS 
Hai Co.'s Empress and Skylark 
Fibrcglassed — Rub-R-Rlde Tan¬ 
dems. Special 24' motor home 
demo. Goldstream Estates. 974 
Goldstream Avenue. Hwy 1-A. Dis¬ 
play Mayfair Shopping Centre, 3117 
Douglas. May 4-$._ 


S. J. PEDEN LTD. 


2855 QUESNEL ST. 


386-3464 


AS NEW. SACRIFICE 
1970 17' travel trailer, next to no 
mileage. Fully equipped. Including 
fridge, stove wit.i oven, furnace, 
toilet, shower, hot and cold water 
tanks under pressure and quality- 
rug. 12673. 330 Bess boro ugh Ave.. 
479 -UUo. 


1970 


_ FLEETCRAFT 10V OVER- 

head camper with jacks, stove and 
oven, toilet room and toilet, etc. 
Big and roomy. 12150. terms. 384- 
1432. 


13' '69 GOLDEN FALCON. SLEEPS 
6. propane frig, like new. complete 
with hitch. 81 MX) or best offer. 642- 
5429. 


SECURITY CAMPERS 
WINNEBAGO MOTOR 
HOMES 

MORRIS 

TRAILERS AND CAMPERS 
2936 Douglas at Burnside. 385-2332 


16' ARROWHEAD TRAILER, 
electric brakes, stove with oven, ice 
box. furnace. Good condition. 81.250. 
•68-5458. 


25’ TANDEM TRAVEL TRAILER. 
I twin beds. fully self-contained. 

~ * home 


SEE 

The fully C.S.A. approved 
and S0UTH 
mechanically PARKS ranging in size from 
245-3590 Ladysmith ! 5 ‘ to 2 6\ The all new 19’ 
i deluxe SHASTA priced at 
$4495. Also, the ever popular 


VOLKSWAGEN 

NEW PARTS AND USED PARTS | cu acta ___ , , 

overseas j 13 SHASTA compacts for 71 

GERMAN CAR CENTRE LTD. 

388-6461 


rel 


rind still priced at $1795. 


DON’T MISS 


1953 BUICK CENTURY. MODEL 

99, for parts or as is. Motor „ ... , 

shot Trans, rear end. tires, and The all fibreglass BOLER, 

£*/ sx'Sk* Caf 8l, “' 310 Uie lightweight trailer for 


LUXURY TANDEM TRAVEL 
trailer. Cost over 87000. Twin beds, 
complete bathroom with tub. Ideal 
accommodation for 2 people Will 
take trade on price of 84.000. 592- 
0665. 


HARDTOP 
trailer for rent. 
592-1958. 


83750. 10’8" GALAXIE CAMPER, 

toilet room, propane fridge and 
furnace. Sleeps 5, many extras. 
With 1965 G.M.C *,i-ton truck In 
top shape. 6 good tires and wheel*. 
382-1980. 


MONEY NEEDED URGENT 
Newly built 14-foot holiday trailer, 
needs appllanoee only. Going at 
very low price, 2185 Mt. Newton 
Cross Rd. 


1955 CHEV TRANSMISSION 
shifter, custom steering wheel, new awaited 
rear shocks, replated back bumper. 

V-s flywheel, starter, generator, 
radio, etc. 385-6520. 


TOR RENT: CABIN TRAILER, 
,, , weekly or monUily. sleeps 4 

small car owners. The long; furnace, propane wired, canopy 
model ncw mattresses. Ice-box. 85 per 


•66 CHEVELLE 

Complete frame, front end. differen¬ 
tial. axle. etc. Miscellaneous in¬ 
terior. radio and glass. Also V.M. 4- 
*peed hvdro for small block Chev. 
Offers. 478-2152. 


ATTENTION TRUCKERS 
Brand new 4-speed svneromesb 
transmission. Fits all Chevs. CMC. 

to 2-ton trucks. '48 to '67. 83UU. 
478-2479. 


t oilet 

BOLER is now in stock. 


SEE 

The STARCRAFT and 
S P O R TSCRAFT hardtop 
tent trailers priced from 
$895 to $2275 

ALSO 

Many good used units at 
very low prices. 


day. 478-5031. 


•56 BUCK STATION WAGON, 
with overtop camper. All ready to 
go. Licenced and tested. Good until 
May '72. 8495 or close offers. 391 
Klnver. 3«4-«314. 


MUST SELL 31 FT. AIRSTREAM. 
A luxurv unit with all options. What 
offers? Can be seen at 642 East 
Burnside, or phone 388-6021. 


SWEDISH MADE TENT TRAILER, 
with lots of room inside, ha* 
proi*ane stove, ice box, etc. S300 
fin.l. 592-4201. 


RINGS. BEARINGS. GASKETS, 
exchange brake shoes, drum turn¬ 
ing. pin fitting, valve seat machining 
CORDS PISTON RINGS 
At 834 Johnson St. - 3X34011 


PURVIS FLACK 
TRAILER SALES LTD. 
1915 Quadra (Across from 
6- the curling rink). 

cylinder, transmission forvvard| Wh . uprv : Q harlrpri 

complete. Only 20.000 miles. 636-1 wtiere evei Y sale IS DacKeci 
up by friendly service. 


FORD'S .CAMPER AND TRAILER 
Appliances, windows. 
Prefinished panelling 
2614 Sooke Rd. 478-5815 


39 VAUXHALI. I CYLINDER 1 , PHONE 388-9188 

rebuilt engine and good tranv. fits „_V, ^^.,., , 
>*- 61 Victor or Envoy. 8100. 382- SERVICE DEPT. 382-4bll 
WJ79. 


1970 BOSS 302 MOTOR AND 4- 
xpeed. *750. mags. 820. Shaker | 
*(Mop. 825. radio. 830. tach. 815. 
Bodv parts. 384-909-1 


Trades Welcome 
Easy Terms 


8MALI. BLOCK CHEV. 375 MAN- 
delln heads. 275 heads, 375 cam and 
solids, 111 racing pistons. 327 
block. 383-1969 


1961 40 HP VOLKSWAGEN, 

overhauled engine 39 Volkswagen 
bus seats, wheels, lights, glass. 3S2- 
3109 


FORD 4-SPEED TRANSMISSION. 
t»ellhousing anil shirt linkage. Also. 
1970 new Chev radio. Offers. 479- 

3508. 


The beautiful one for 
ALL NEW, spacious i 
smart. 

14‘ and 16’, completely self- 
contained. 


1963 FORD PARTS. RADIO, 820. 
Reconditioned transmission. 850; 
exhaust and intake manifolds, 830: 
trailer hitch. 88. 479-6947. 


CHEV 235 PARTS. AUTOMATIC 
transmission, phone John Jr. 385- 
•2797. 


GENERATOR. STARTER. HEAD, 
transmission, etc., for 1950 Vauxhall 
Velox. 393-6030. 


VALIANT TRAILER HITCH: CAR 
top carrier complete: 2 Volkswagen 
tires. 477-2742. 


VOLKSWAGEN MOTOR AND 
transmission. Phone 385-8262 after 
p.m. 


4 KEYSTONE "INDY" MAGK. 
Complete, brand new. c>>st 8100. sell 
for 8110. 384-1432 and 479-1092 


WANTED USED CAR BATTERIES. 
V)c ea. Industrial Iron and Metal 
143 Tyee Rd. 384-6922. 


IMS? W H I Z Z E R AUTOCYCLE, 
good condition, bicycle parts. 

2099. 


1963 CHEV 1-TON BIG 6 ENGINE, 
transmission and clutch. In good 
running order. 8100. 392-1431. 


1930 ANGLIA. 2-DOOR BODY: 

Model T 2-door coach and frame. 
632-1583. 


HOLIDAIRE 


also 


1963 COMMF.R VAN. DOUBLE 
bunks, sink, cupboards, water tank, 
many extra*. 2481 Eastdowne after 
6:30 p.m. _ 


DOGWOOD TRAILER SALES 
PARTS PROPANE - RENTALS 
RANtlELL TRAILERS AND 
CAMPERS. 478-6941 


1970 ECONOLINE VAN. CUSTOM 




for luxury camping. 


RETIRED 
JUST MARRIED 
Try Country Living 
at its He*l 
HIDDEN VALLEY" 
23d0 Florence Lake ltd. 
For full uctails 
479-6112 or 396-3291 
WAGON TRAIN ESTATES 


ROOM. ESQUIMAU- 


SAVE 13.000 ON THE SALE OF 
my mobile home. 880 sq. It. of 
luxury living in country setting. 15 
minutes from Victoria. Bank fin¬ 
ancing arranged for responsible 
party. 47X-547U or 642-3153 _ 


12x52 2-BEDROOM SHAMROCK, 
de luxe furnishings. Wall-to-wall 
carpet, excellent terms available 
over 10 vean,. 


WAGON TRAIN HOMES 
3524 Douglas .486-3291 


1969 26’ AIRSTREAM. TWIN BEDS, 
awning, new condition, priced * 

■ nil “* 


sell. See at Space 11. Town and 
Country Mobil* Park. RR 2. Lady¬ 
smith. - 


HOUSEKEEPING 
ROOMS TO RENT 


SHARE PLEASANT QUIET HOME 
Would suit congenial middle-aged 
lady wishing to share home with 
lady owner. Very few household 
duties. Ability to drive preferred. 
Exchange further details, mutual 
references. 384-2720. 


THE RITZ HOTEL 


Housekeeping Rooms 
Small Suites 
Fully Furnished 
Elevator Service TV Lounge 

383-1021 710 Fort 


SCOTT APARTMENTS 

BEDROOMS. | Extra - Urge L HK rooms 


for 


Nm carpet.^drapes. Between Col-1 middle-aged or elderly tenants. Hot 
wood and Sooke, on treed, rented, and cold water, gas^ ranges, caWe¬ 
ld. $6250. Partly furnished. 642-3669, 

383-8228. 


2659 Douglas St. 


SHIRLMAE MOBILE HOME FRONT ROOM. MAIN FLOOR. 
Park Hoy Lake and Midstream' housekeeping room with frig and 
Roads Single or double sites electric stove, hot and cold running 
through vour dealer. 3S3-4D93. water, everything 


included. June 
,1st. After 4 o'clock. 1051 Princess 
WELLS O' WEARY TRAILER Ave. 

LODGE, waterfront. 5 miles west of 1 


Sooke on West Coast Rd. 365-3674. | NEWLY 
cir-je-, j bed-sitting. 

_1-- —- | gentleman prefeft 

SINGLE AND DOUBLE SPACES Also small sleeping 
ailable. modern Goldstream Villa 


or 


The Simcoes 
"Victoria's 
Prestige Address’’ 

bedroom suites 


l^arge heated pool in 
Delightful Garden Setting 
Sauna’s 
Soundproofing 
Wall-to-wall carpet 
Free outdoor parking 
Recreation room 
Lounge 
Cablevision 
Controlled entrances 
440 - 450 Simcoe St. 385-3111 


A hi and new apartment with 
spacious one-bed suites <>pcn lor 
inspection featuring 


| • Walnut kitchen cabinets. 

; -Fcuture wallpaper, china shelves. 

—Coloured appliances. 

-Cushion floor kitchen and bath. 

| -Generous living ai ea. 

—All suites Include heat, cable- 
Mon. drapes, storage, parking. 
-Courteous resident managers. 


COVERED PARKING 
WALL-TO-WALL CARPETS 
-ELEVATOR 
LARGE BALCONIES 
-CONTROLLED ENTRANCE 


BACHELOR 
1 BEDROOM 

22.1-1063 Foul Bay Rd. 

Call Mr. and Mrs. R. Bowthy 
598-1790 


$122 

$130 


2 blocks north of Arena and Cuning 
Rink Walking distance to town. 
Act »ts from new city swimming 
pool To view phone 477-1731 or see 
manager, suite No. 101. 


O K. RENTALS 


ASHTON OAKS 

Front corner. I Bit.. May 15. 8137 
Mrs. Bennett, 3vt-77til 


HERITAGE HOUSE 
320 RITHET ST. 


One block from Dallas Rd. 
waterfront. 3 blocks from 
Beacon Hill Park, beautiful 
view of tlie straits. 


CHALET 

Available Now. 1-BK from 8U9 
Mrs. Burrows. 384-3888 


CARNABY TERRACE 

I-BR-. 8134. June 1. 1127 
Mrs. Cuurtemanche. 385-5959 


VALENCIA 

Near Beacon HUI 

Sludio 8115 1 BR. 812j 

Mrs. Lee. 386-2*43 


CASA MARIA 

1-BK.. June I 813d 
Mrs Bcigh. 383-0766 


THE ROYAL RICHMOND” 
JUBILEE AREA 
FREE ELECTRICITY 


Contains many outstanding feature* 
definitely making this building the 
)>est rental value In the area. 
These ne luxe large suite* contain. 
Cushion floor kitchen and bath. 


-De luxe walnut c_ 

F eature wallpaper, china slielvei 
-Generous living areas. 

-All suites Include heat, cable- 
vision. drapes, storage, free park¬ 
ing and free electricity. 

-Courteous resident managers. 


BACHELOR 
2 BEDROOM 

Manager 


$118 

$170 


NEW 

THE DEVON OAKS 
1006 FOUL BAY ROAD 


Only 2—1-bedroom 
suites remaining 


D F 


DECORATED. LARGE 
with Kitchenette. Quiet 
fefred. Brentwood, 
room. 652-2156. 


RESIDENT MANAGER 
SUITE No. 401 
386-3973 


OAKVIEW APTS. 
1875 CHRISTIE \4AY 


LOOKING FOR APARTMENT 
OH HOME ACCOMMODATION? 
Rental service to all tenants to 
I save vour - time and money l*hune 
.495-0611. 478-5035. We will find 

i WHAT you want and WHERE you 
want it. 

YOU'LL BE DELIGHTED 


leisure 


Excellent soundproofing. 

—6" insulated double walls. 

—Concrete floors. 

Walnut kitchen cabinets. 
—Colored appliances. 

—Cushion floor kitchen and bath 
—F'eature wallpaper, china shelve* 
Quality wall-to-wall carpeting 
—Generous living areas 
—All suites inelude heal, 
cahlevlslon. drapes, storage, 
parking 

—Courteous resident managers. 


IT TRAILER. TOILET. FURNACE, 
slove with oven, sink and large 
closet. 82150. 65S-S458. 


Mobile Home park. 479-6211 days. (2 FULLY FURNISHED ROOMS ON j i.^iroom. modem suites available Are you tired of mismanagement of 
658-8619 evenings and weekends. first floor, would suit elderly man ^mediately. laundry facilities. W-l your property' ENJOY A WORRY 

! or lady. 21U Government 38o^lb2 “ v ciirpc u. 890. Call Mr. Mills, 592- FREE INCOME and leave all 


HARDTOP TENT TRAILER FOR 
sale or rent, stove, sink, toilet. 479- 
7462. 


TEARDROP SLEEPING TRAILER 
with aw-mngs for extra room. 8225. 
395A443. 


1969 VANGUARD 15’ TRAILER, 
completely self-contained, as new 
478-1386. 


3-BEDROOM MOBILE HOME, after 5. 

«f, yiwLY■ Decor-atYd; 

Home Park. 478-2956. 478-2944.- - -- 

ESTATE SALE^ 2-BEDROOM 
12x52' Lamplighter, wood panelling 
throughout. Like new. 87.960. 478- 


FOR SALE: ON PERMANENT 
site. 8x40 mobile home, apply 
Thetis Lake Trailer Park. 478-3845. 


_ _ ALL- 

found rooms, kitchen facilities. TV, 
from 830. Apply caretaker. 384-7304 
after 4:30. 


WELL-FURNISH ED FRONT 
room, laundry, kitchen, cablevision. 
880 Men only . 3066 Washington. 3s6- 
3995 


.CLEAN. COMF'ORTABLE. UP- 

!. -I stairs room, community kitchen. 

FULLY F’URN-j Everything supplied Ladies only. 


IT TRAILER. TOILET. PROPANE 
fridge, stove and oven, sleeps 6. 479- 


4183. 


Bachelor suites from |70 available 
June 1. Call: 


problems to us’ INTRODUCIM 
S P E C l A I.IZED OWNER-TYPE 
MANAGEMENT with guaranteed 
maintenance service. This Is the 
only complete property manage¬ 
ment offered at NO FiXTRA COST 
and your financial statements will 
indicate a high profit. I’hone today 
for further Information. Abacs, 
Property Management and Real 
Estate Ltd.. 3854)611. 476-5035. 


XXXXXXXXX XXX 


-2-ROOM SUITE. SUITABLE TOR 

PARTLY) 1 loom. Working people. 


S'X4-r 2-BEDROOM _ , -. _ . . 

furnished, good condition. Sell or in. good bus service 1405 Fernwood 

rent. 598-2796. _Rd 

•68 12X56 FURNISHED MOBILE S P A C I Ol’S 
home on site. 8761)0 or 8W0U down, for one lady 
take over payment*. 479-38X4. _ kitchen. 1019 Richmond. 382-6487. 


LAMPSON COURT 
$500 DOW N 

THE GLENWOOD 3-b edroom Townhouse*. 
Close to se?* 0 ^ and town. 1 Monthly payments to quali- 
Fuiiy modern 2-Br. apis. j fied applicants lower Ihun 

rent. 


1 BACHELOR 
1 BEDROOM 

Manager: Mr and 

Bowl by, 598-29x6. 


Mrs. J. W. 


PARK PACIFIC 
APARTMENTS LTD. 

For details and transporta¬ 
tion to view all above suites, 
call Mr. Bowlby, Prop. Mgr. 
598-1790. 


)• U. 8 ITHJIJC n .*ui . < 

ACCOMMODATION Available May 1. Adults only- To 
Fireplace, electric N iew . 


NEW 12X48, 19TI PREMIERE CLEAN FULLY FURNISHEDi 
from 86720. two bedrooms. Heal for i room for middle-aged or elderly 
--— jjjj lYulch. 


Ites. Caretaker. 383-8308 or 
Montreal Trust. 366-2111 L. 35 


Phone: 


young couple or retired 386-3291. 

COLWOOD. S-BEDROOM MOBILE 
double wide home. 24'x48'. for sale. 
Adults. 444 Goldstream Ave 


XXXXXXXXX XXX 


Mr. Waring 


382-2159 1 


XXXXXXXXXX 
X BOULTBEE X 
X SWEET X 
X Realty X- 
X Ltd. X 
X X 
X 

YORKSHIRE TRUST AFFILIATE 


FAIRFIELD — STOVE. FRIDGE.; 
sink. utilities supplied. Mature 
person. 383-1028. 


$132 


'69 12X56 FURNISHED MOBILE NEAR JUBILEE, 

home on site. 17.600. or 81.0001 living room, kitchen, bath, cable 
down, take over pay ments. 479-3894. j T V., ladies. 382-1969. after 4. 


BKCKLEY MANOR 

_ 548 DALLAS RD. 1 

furnished 2-bedroom suite 5225 OAKVIEW manor—'mjo quadra 

bath, cable Wnll-to-wall carnet 1-BDRM. Suite from *132 

ler 4. "311 lo-waii ciiiisi j. B DRM. Suite from |16t 

SELL. DELUXE ROOM. KITCHENETTE.! Covered indoor pool Wall-to-w^l cariad. dra^s. cable-; 

offers. I TV r.«,m. near Jubilee. Working | N 0 children ^ ' ftt^DvimCOME 

VAN ISLE TRAVEL TRAILER i cano* seen jaw*_men only. |75. 09-7971.___ Phone 384-4832 jcnuM „„ TC J 

Rentals and Equipment 653-18M SX45 FT. 2-BEDROOM. FUR-1 LARGE. HOTPLATE. 62 MONTH_ P R- BU< »WN and SONS LIMITED 

-Lun. Mvon 652-2473. Apply at track of 2003 Cameron SI . BEACON HILL PARK 1 762 Fort SUcet _ .185-34 351 

after 4 p.m. only. _ fio7—1020 Park Blvd.. 1-bedroom 


OLYMPIC COURT 

APARTMENTS 




8X35’ SPARTON. MUST 
Private. Was 82.695. m.w 
Can be seen at Bob's Trailer*. 


827 Selkirk Street 
Esquimau 
Close to Gorge Vale 
Golf Course, 


EXTREMELY QUIET 
AREA 


169 


MOBILE HOMES 
and PARKS 


12X48 aIler * P m. omy._fl«7—1020 Park Bivd. 

SLEEPING ROOM. 832 MONTHLY hulte. 

" “ H'>t plate Suit male pensioner. 830 8 97-1020 Park Blvd.. Studio suite. 
SOOKE TRAILER PARK. 830. 7021 McClure. 385-8027. Both these suites^veryconvenient 


CHARMING ESTA VILLA 
for sale. 479-2547 


Grant Rd. 642-3173. 642-1697 


.v,. strolls In park, for shoi 

860 FURNISHED WALK TO TOWN. and for bus transportut 


--1 for 


BOB’S TRAILER SALES 


ATTENTION CAMPER OWNERS 
Auvd.arv •ras tanks tire mount* 
and bumpers Oak Bay Texaco. 1990 
luk Bay Ave 598-3411 


DATSUN CAMPERS 

New S' custom marie fully equip¬ 
ped toilet, elc. At 81 393 On 
display at 2450 Millstream Road. 


196-1 17' TRAVELAIRE. COM- 

pletply self-contained, stove, fridge, 
toilet.' 81700. 383-0S97. after 5 

weekdays. 


1970 8' CAB OVER CAMPER, 

stove. iodiox. sleeps 4. fully 
insulated, toilet. A-l Shape 81600 or 
trade for larger camper. 592-0019. 


TRAVELAIRE 


-IVYEAR-OLD 17 - FT. TRAVEL- 
alrc. used 2 weeks last year, 
monomatlc toilet, many extras, 
including hilch. 3?:i-2537. 


NOW 

on display at 


Mayfair Trailer Show 


i S' HOME-MADE CAMPER. LOTS 
• >f cupboard*, boat rack attached. 
I 3*4-7090._• 


TOtRIST 

ACCOMMODATION 


onlv mat we and quiet need apply, bowling across street, sea nearby. 
:«3-910! PEMBERTON. HOLMES LTD. 


ARISTOCRATS 


SEE DISNEYLAND MEXICO. cUAIGFLOWEIt AND TILLICUM. 

Residence exchange dwinz r>> ( m f ( ,r ladv $4() 35--33KJ 

tion. Live In >,w 1 bedroom house room ror lady, wu ., 3 _ vow. uirecUy o| 

this July, we'll live in your*. Write walk DOWNTOWN LOVE L V . I ucaullful 
N. Zinn. .1923 Cadden Way. San q U)( .t room for lady. 479-4353. ] lomary 

DOLLAR ■ D»pg° C t *HI- clean BrTgHT “room" ALL r!^dUde _,___ . 

value We WILL NOT be ; ROCCABF:LLA GUEST HOUSE - 1 f,,uml $60. mo Wark St. _ rental inforrnaUon phone 385-8111, 

i rotisserle , " Rooms single 84 ud. ONE AND TWO RtKiMS, COLOR - 

Weekly &' Breakfast avai.able 385- : TV. cahlevlslon. utilities included FAIR VIEW MANOR 

- -- - ■ irn 866 month 386-3309. .191-459^ 505 TruUh 


For STYLE - 


- UNDERSOLD - 
Lo-Liners. Classic. L a n d 1 ^ 


__ i OPEN TO VIEW’ 

GRENADIER MANOR j n\Il Y 

1537 BELCHER AVE. . w 4 . w 

T p,nfi Modem budding on a nice quiet ..WI0 4.UU p.m. 

Lawn sVreol with ad the Jatert - rwj' en ‘- A brand new apartment 
enccs. Near bus ami stoics. 1 . . . r . 

‘laiiiooms from |127 with nice block on scenic Selkirk 
lialrony. Resident caretaker »-| St| . eclt c | use lo City Centre. 

GOODACKE TOWERS Br«>wn Bros. Agencies |ALL arc ON E-bedroom 

35 U and 300 DOUGLAS ST. |_385^1771 anytime-j suites so not suitable for 

ipoNite Goodacrc Lake in, rhildivn 

ieacon Hill Fail, Cus-1 JU S - l-BDIt.M. LIlIKIlcn 

I g h r i * e ameiUtie*. 1-1 i milted, 

lultes available for im- j h,^pv\ <X hI Apartments 
occupancy. For _ lurther q Ui1iIih streri Neai ahoppini 


384-8126 


and 


pets per- 


Jfi.W 


! butJinc. .Vluli* only Phone 3 m,-»538 


One-bedroom Wright suite, haicony 

• .* a .. it <•< >nt rnl I in I p||. 


Commander and Land MODERN 2-BEDROOM COTTAGE, i F U R N I S HF.D HOUSEKEEPING W all-to-wall carpet, controlled 
Lommanaci ana Lana Ba> . waterfront. |75 weekly, room. 842. Quirt male, non-drinker trance, close to bus and shopping- 


marks. 


Mill Bay - ; . - , .- 

Reduced rates May and June. 383-1 TIo Queens, 
j 4983. 


_ I Free 


ixjuipmenl 
— Attractive li 


ft. CLASSIC 


COSY. FUR NISH FA). ALL F'OUND. 
front sea view, park. F'alrfield. 392- 

| 0541._ 

23 MENZIES ST. CLEAN FUR- 

_ _ nished room, men onl y 845 mon thly. 

COMPLETE hook-up to ap LUXURIOUS, PRIVATE AND SEMI- j CLEANf OWN kTtCHEN AND I l-Bedrm. 

private accommodation. Newljf con-, „ lnk foun(J 1007 Johnson St. 


The 25 
$5,795. 


at 185 CONVALESCENT and 
REST HOME.’ 


proved hitch. Wiring, ‘ f ;; uc€ j. Color TV. wall-to-wafl car- " inK 

READY TO ROLL i pet. dining raim and 2l-h.,ur gradu- HOUSEKEEPING ROOM. 825 

I ate nw*e supervision. Private 830 ; rtv>nt i. 2713 RockBay Avenue 


]• It BROWN & SONS LIMITED 
762 Fort Street 3x5-3435 

laundrv . 8140 |>cr month. ;- 

ContactResident Manager PKNTHfR SF. 

3S3-7977 I At the Royal Ann Mansion*, rornei includes heat. 

Builder* and Developers Quadra and Burdett. large -• I cablevision 

-im bedroom penthouse suite All out- 

,m 'is|de rooms with lieautllul scenic 
I v iews of mountains and sea. quid 
modern block. Cablevision and 
electric fireplaces. Resident mana¬ 
ger Adolf. 8150 per month. 383-8307. 


—Modern *iundpr«x>fing 
—Launilry (acuities 

- Balconies 

- Clean eleclric heal 
-Carpeted throughout 

-Quality batliruom and kitchen 


lighting fixtwes 
Rents from 8132 
Pay only your le.ephone. Your lent 
‘ ‘ ‘Ighl, cooking and 


OAK BAY AVE 

- *100. 


_ M e n z i e * . 

Pe ° Ple MR. WEBB - 582-3130 
Swinerton. Stewart Clark 
385-24*1 


suit older 




THIS WEEK ONLY 


I BEAUTIFUL. IN NEW CONDITION. 


COASTLINE TRAILER 
CENTRE 
(Victoria) Ltd. 

642 Burnside Rd. 388-6021 


I BEA_ 

• 19' Corsair, sleeps 6. has 
I comforts of home. 82300. 656-4125. 

|_ 


LANDLINER. TOILET. 
I shower, fwnace. brakes, fully self- 
contained. 82.700. 746-4060. Duncan. 


1969 ECONOLINE SUPER VAN. 
automatic, with camper top. 28.000 
miles, now being converted to twin- 
bed de luxe camper. With all new 
matlrrsticH. propane tank, stove top 
and water tank Installed. 84.300 or 
completed with toilet, heatc 
fridge. 14.950. See it at 
Grandview after 6 p.m. Also Super 
van top for sale 


19*1 14' ESTAVILLA TRAILER. 

81100. Cash or trade for 14' boat, 
motor and boat trailer. 478-1443 


ALUMINUM COVERED CANOPY, 
lined and Insulated, fits 'v-ton Wide 
jfox. 8210. 856-3320. after 7 p.m J 
ir~CITATION - TRAILER. TOILET, 
electric brakes, equalizer hitch. 592- 


aml | 3W2 

1936 ' mo- 


mobile homes. 


mon'v' Hillside Retirement Lodge. 

For appointment to view phone 199 
386-7771. 


HOUSEKEEPING 
ROOMS WANTED 


KNIGHT 
FOUR SEASONS 
LAMPLIGHTERS 


Spaces for all our homes 
in a LANDSCAPED 


SECLUDED 


ADULT PARK 


PENSIONER. GARDENER. BRI- 
gentlemen <-r c>upH« i Oirtt. sober. n„n-smuker. wants 
Na'ir <28 hours) En «u'•* olumt housekeeping room and offnitreet 
3uzzer at beds hy'raull' .-at . ' narking, any area'. Victoria Press. 

lit elevator. TV, excei lei menu | Box 433. _ 

WANTED: HOUSEKEEPING ROOM 


HIGH STANDING REST HOME IN 
Victoria lor lady who needs 
attention. Main rloor. Nurse 24, >00 
hours a ilay. Excellent meals. Tray| 
service. Reasonable rates. 3S4-17S0. 


h*maJes. near University, 
effective Sept. 1 Phone 386-7263, 


APARTMENTS TO 
RENT UNFURNISHED 




WRECKING 1939 'fil CHRYSLER 
for part*. 3s60)987^ 

m “sunbeam transmission 

t«r*t offer. 479-733S. 


W I N E B A G O MOTOR 
home. completely self-contained. 

_ ___ 3001) mile*. 838-3189. 

r- . i- r ■•robin h<k)i> cadet" 

travel trailer, sleep* 9 with full NEW 9-FT. CAMPER WITH 3-FT 
pH>m altacnmenl. Includes 


386-3623 


Eaay-lirt equalizer hitch. Excellent 
condition 815*10 rash. Private 
5449. 


1983 MINI 850 PARTS. CHEAP. 
Engine 823. 479-7553 

1!*2-2S3TGOOD SHAPE. OFFERS. 
479-6998. 


LANGFORD AUTO WRECKERS 
1074 GOLDSTREAM 478-2869 


F U I. L Y SELF-CONTAINED 
house trailer with Atwood brake 
*vstcm. all convenience* of a small 
home, complete with equalizer hitch 
adaptable to m<x»t car*. *1800 firm, 
phone evenings. 477-4327. 


WRECKING OR SELL. AS IS. 1980 
Meteor. 8 standard, radio. 479-6536 


CUSTOM MADE ROLL BAR FOR 
Flat. 134 Spider. 636-1786 


•66 CHEV. 283 MOTOR. 8125. 478- 


TANDEM RACE CAR. TRAILER, 
over 8800 Invested. 8330. 598-2561. 


WANTED: WINDSHIELD TO FIT 

'59 Chev or Pontiac. 478-3992. 


1 9* AUTO REPAIRS. 

SERVICE and TOWING 


VOLKSWAGEN 

OVERSEAS GERMAN CAR 
CENTRE LTD. 
Factory-Trained Mechanic* 
507 Ellice 8L 


VOLKSWAGEN PARTS 
And Repairs 
Avallablejrt 


Govt, and Hi-aid 


.. STOVE. OVEN. 

•rtrlc brakes, equalizer hitch. Ice 
box. 477-5510. 


„ ESTE VILLA. ELECTRIC 
brakes, equalizing hitch, propane 
fridge, stove, oven and heater. 
Extras. 1131 Oscsr Street. 385-5893 
after 6 p.m. 


GMC LOW MILEAGE AND VAN- 
guard camper, both fully equipped 
and in exceptional condition. 83500. 
2383 Tod Rd.. Oak Bay . 


CANOPY. INSULATED. ROOF 
racks, lights, cargo door, fits 1 -ton. 
wide box. sell or trade for Datsun 

canopy. 3S2-7432. 


1969 2-SLEEPER CAMPER. 8650 


HARDTOP TENT TRAILERS FOR 
rent. Also 8' camper. 17S-30SU. 


YOUNG G K R M A N SHEPHERD, 
male, good family dog. 382-9065. 


W TRAVEL TRAILER. GOOD 
condition. 3-burner stove, oven, ice 
box. sleeps 4. 8950. 478-4808. 


FIBREGLASSED CAMPER, 
sleeps 5. propane stove. Ice box, 
chemical toilet. 8893 or offer. 383- 
6750. 


'59 INTERNATIONAL LONG BOX. 
Pickup with camper, sink. 4 bunks. 
8400 478-1923. 


3-MONTH-OLD 27' DE LUXE TAN- 
dem travel trailer. 4-plece, bath, 
under floor heating. 478-1054. 


G R \ CIOUS ACCOMMODATIONS 
I for ladles, cliarmlng living and *un; 

1 r,»im. no stairs. Nutritious meals, 
kindly altenUon. Central. 384-0693. 

478-4979 i excellent all hound"cark, 

i Large bright rooms. Spacious 
ground*. View Manor Rest Home.; We !me everything a new modern 
3S3-5S4U. apartment, can offer from con- 

LOVING CAREToR .yiOTHErLOR | SJlSy 'room, 1 


GRANADA COURT 
1233 FAIRFIKLD ROAD 
PRGSTIGK APARTMENT 


QUADRA VILLA 

' quadra-bay st. QUADRA AT TOPAZ 

Available^ Immediately 1-bedroom. CHILDREN WELCOME 

8115 June 1. Bachelor. |9.v. 1- June sundeek. patio, drapes. 

Iievlroom. *105. Modern block, cablevision. laundry parking. 2 
electric heat, cable, drapes, etc., bedrooms, *139. 3 bedrooms 1169. 


CALL 388-5361 ANYTIME 
OR 382-5586 


"MONTE CARLO" 
1030 Pendergast St. 


included Sorry, 

peUJto6-3'>13._ 

DE L U X E SUITE, 
floor, extra large. 
Iiedrooms. dinette 

dining r- 

aclllUi 


children 


„ GROUND 
Fireplace. 2 
kitchen, living 

_ Patio, garage. 

washing facTlIUcs. 81h» per month, 
utilities included. Available June L 
479-2620 alter 6. _ 


NEW AND DE LUXE. QUIET 
country setting. U-\V area. LR-KL. 
combined and big BR. Vanity bath 
Car required Ideal for bustne** 
woman L’UHUes included. 8125. 
p.m. 398-4158. 


Res. Manager, sulie 2<>4, :iVJ-<J722. 


1-bedroom suite. 8130 *140 
2-iiedPKim suite. Sltiu 
Quiet desirable location, near 
Boa on Hill Park, shopping, bus 
and town. All tne features in a new 
quality building. 

Call Res. Manager. 384-1044. 


UNIVERSITY DISTRICT 
TAKA COUHT 
3*>bU SHELBOURNE ST. 
Siutcious. carpeted 1-ltcdrooin suite. 
8134: also 2-bedroom suite with 
patio. 8154. modern block, adults. 
477-4665 177-3038. Clarke and Wal¬ 

lace Really 


THE CORONA 

1430 stadaconn Ave. 3h2-26bl 


FORT ST \N a Iking distance to 

town, modern 1-BK ground floor 
suite in fotlr-plex. Avail. May Lt at 
8110 per mo. 

BOORMAN INVESTMENT CO. 
LTD. 

111J Government St. 3*6-9212 


One-bedroom suite 812• 
Two-bedroom suite 8150 
NEW. MODERN BUILDING 


THE CHATELAINE 

1435 Elford St. .1*3-6*09 

l-i aid room suite. 8120 
Two 2-bedloom stes., *110 anil *150 
NEW MODERN BUILDING 


"CASA MONTEGO" 
1035 Pendergast St. 


2-bedroom suite. 8165 
This modem apartment within 
walking distance of town, very 
quiet building. 

Call Res. Manager. 382-4090 


"BARCELONA MANOR" 

1022 Pendergast SL 
I-bedroom suite. 8135-8140 
For those who prefer small quiet 
block in perfect location. 

1-liedroom suite. *135 
Call Re*. Manager, 3*6-0172 
G. and o. Holdings. 598-4*21 


TRIANGLE HOMES I.TD 


MARINER MODULAR HOUSING 
il.is low oost H'JUSlng_LH NATIONAL 


__ quiet area in a quiet liulldlng 

VTcaSuV TOR LADY AT THE wMv landscaped ganlen* and near 
English Manor Rest Home. 382-7406. town with three bu* route* lo serve 


1-BEDROOM. *127. AVAILABLE, R , apaiitmknth si4-> 
New quiet building. Belmont ... lE _ W . AI ART ME NTS, 8142. 

shop, and billiard ixjom. D»cated in Tcrrat ^ Apartment. 1WW Belmont: 

. «»ia )•> » »"■•!«* UiiiziiM it port 59°-zil8 


190 ROOM and BOARD 


._ acceptable for your kit in tlie 
CAPITAL REGION DISTRICT and 
In tl)e town of SIDNEY. 


See Our Display Homes 
Before You Build 


THE GLENSHIEL HOTEL OFFERS 
three excellent meal* and after¬ 
noon tea for retired guests. 
Reasonable rates, Includes a com¬ 
fortable bed-sttUng room plus full 
hotel services. Close to town and 
Beacon HUI Park. 3*3-1164. 


646-4361 


FOR RENT TENT TRAILER. 823 A 
week. 9' camper, *40 per week. 478- 

1*97. 


for rWt. BAYCKEST HARD- 

top tent trailer. 383-8982.__ 


1968 15' TRAVEL TRAILER, 
new. *1.630. 383-0416. 


' COME AND SEE!! 

This 3-bdrm., 12\60 "Safeway 

Duchess." In exceUenl condition, 
features colored stove and fridge 
and new washer and dryer. Fully 
skirted. In ramily park. 88.000. Call 
478-4807 or 478-2762. 


TOTE-EM TRAILER 
SALES 


WANTED: TENT TRAILER. SOFT 
or hard top. sleeps 4 or 6. j%-2578 


2744 Spencer Rd. 
478-1041 Days 
384-8791 NlghU 


NEW 450-LB. EQUALIZER HITCH, 

850. 382-8618. 


14-FOOT HOUSE TRAILER. FULLY 

equipped. 86*1 or offer. 479-1718. 


SACRIFICE BY OWNER. OVER 
1,000 sq. ft of luxury living. 24-ft. 
master bedroom en suite, deep 
shag throughout, fully landscaped 
In lovely adult park. Phone Sat. or 
Sun. 478-1938. 


SPACIOUS. ELEGANT ROOM, 
full board for elderly lady or 
gentleman. Landlady u an R.N. 
Apply 334-0642. 


DE LUXE ACCOMMODATION IN 
large home. With magnificent view, 
private bathroom, main floor. 388- 
4134. 


ROOM AND BOARD FOR RE 
tired or working men. Single or 
sharing. Good meals and light 
laundry. 588-1719. 


PRIVATE ROOM. TWIN BEDS, 
board or kitchen privileges. 

7078. 


GOOD ROOM AND BOARD. MEN 
Working or retired. Home privi- 
leges. 383-3993. 


PRIVILEGES FOR BUSINESS 
person. Private home, beach, bus, 
psrldng 598-2155. 


Mo*t important we have 
kindly friendly and attentive 
managers always ready to be of 
personal help. 


DO PLEASE CALL 
MRS. VENNARD 
385-3042 

KER & STEPHENSON 
LIMITED. 385-3411 


LARGE LIVING ROOM. DINETTE 
kitchen, bathroom. 1 bedroom. In 
modern block near St Joaeph'i 
Hosnltal cablevision. laundry room. 
Adult*. 015. 388-2385. 


FREE RENT TIL JUNE 1ST 
1-bedroom apartment, modern 
apartment building. James Bay 
near l»each and park, child ac 
cepted. 384-5731. 


LARGE SUNNY UPSTAIRS, 
bedroom apartment. With sunpurch. 
semi-furnishef. 


(hed. All found. 8135. 384 


SEI.F-C ONTAINED BACHELOR 
suite In older home. Young 


1-B B D ROOM. 8LTb. INCLUDES 
wall-to-wall, free laundry Glertcartn 
A pt, 477 Superior SL 582 -2218._ 

f BEDROOM. $115 AND" $123. CEN- 
trnl location. Tremaine Apt, 1311 
Stanley St at Fort. 592-2218. 

UTILITIES 


2-BEDROOM SUITE. _ 

Included. $115. 383-0326. 1001 North 
Park. 


S E L F -C ONTAIIULD BACHELOR 
e. Partly furhUhcd. 968 Bal- 


S E L F-CONTAINED BACHELOR, 
available May 13. Working person. 
384-2361 after 6 p.m. 


VIC WEST. 2BEDROOM SUITE. 
890. June 1st Quiet mature person 

only. 592-2038. 


1-BEDROOM APARTMENT. 8110. 
Free heat, cahlevlslon. parking. 
1£1 Pandora. 383-6940. 

NEW* BACHELOR"SUITE. STOVE, 
fridge, heat, light and cablevision 
supplied. 896. 383-6413. 3*5-8369. 


DE LUXE 1-BEDROOM SUITE, 
middle-aged couple preferred. Np 


bedroom*. cable TV. free 
laundrv, modern convenience*. 384. 
7785 or 388-1961 


B SO til M A L T . Hi K l> R OOM 
apartment in 6-ycur-old block. Heat, 
cablevision and drape* Included. 2 
adults only. *110. June 1st. .385-6598. 


MT. EDWARDS APTS. 

3 bedroom, warm, sunny. .1 blocks 
l'iwn, adults only. 383-8818 or 3*3- 
2463. 


LARGE LIVING ROOM. DINETTE. 
kJtchcn. bathroom and 2 bedrooms 
in modern block, near SL Joseph's 
Hospital. 8135. Adults. 383-2385. 


EXTRA LARGE 2-BEDROOM 
suite. Heat, water, garbage, 
garage, range, fridge. Immediate 
occupancy. S56-30T1. 


BERWICK MANOR. MODERN 2- 
hedroom suite, near sea. *127.50. 
Adut^ 40 Boyd si.. 385-4289 


WELLINGTON MANOR 
1670 Fort Street 

l bedroom 8120 

Modern block with elevator, ron 
trolled entrance, and free laurelry 
facilities Close to 'shopping and 
tran*|iortation. See Resident Man¬ 
ager ..r call 385-1567 or 3*4-369* 


CAMILIN MANOR 
1210 BALMORAL 


One and 2-bdrm suites available; 
Call Resident Maiuiger 3*5-7147 o 
CONCORD REALTY L~ 
388-5471 


r LTD. 


THE BELGROVE 

Bachelor de luxe, balconies, $11U. 
Elevator, adults, free automatic 
laundry, hardwood floor, bus. 1505 
Belcher, comer of Oak Bay Avenue. 
Resident caretaker. 382-7405. 


1-BEDROOM SUITE. WARM, 
electric stove and rridge. automatic 
laundry, cablevision. Adults only. 
Suite b. Falrhlll Apts.. 


lND 2-B 

-1T79 


SUITE FOR 


OAK 

room 

8778. 


Hillside-Cook St. 8«k5 

1 BEDROOM SUITE, ' MCEROY 
apartmenLs. P*)9 Fairfield. Drapes, 
cartieled. cablevision, free laundiv. 
2-BED-1 $12H. 479-4024. 3*3-1233. 

l-B KDR' KJM UPPER SUITE IN 
j'Kalrfteld. Newly patntwl. Heat. 
FROM *90 ! ,IZ !' 1 w * l ‘‘ r included. *125. A vail- 

I BEACON HILL PARK 
. Heyw.xri Avenue. 1 bedroom. 8120. 

'-HEo- In^ private hou*«v Middle aged nr 


ESQUIMAL1. VACANT . 
room In 4-plcx. cablevision 
laumlry. bus. 3*2-4461. 364-3463. 


ONE BEDROOM 
Bapheloi " 

392-1179 


i APARTMENTJ TO 
RENT UNFURNISHED 


BB FIRST WITH 


BAY JUNCTION, 
mite, stove and fridge 


384- 1 elderly person. 3x2-8947. 


MODERN ( A NK | i 1 and 2 liedroom suites, fridge, 

81H) Available June 1 385-2735. l s|ove. drapes, carpet, cte. 478-3945 


B. 


The following offer every modem 
comfort and convenience such a* 
cablevMoo — drapes — balconies 
— Nee washing facilities — Indivi¬ 
dual heat controls — spacious 
rooms with stthsr hardwood or wall- 
to-wall carpet 


1-BEDROOM SUITES 


CAVALIER APTS. - 1400 CAMO- 
SUN 8T. — Rent $l». Phone 188- 
C104. 


t $138. Phone 182-8096. 


DATMER APTS. — 2150 CADBORO 
BAY RD. - Rent $100 P.M Phone 
582-1105. 


KING ARTHUR APTS. - 7660 
FORT ST. Rent $125. Phone 384- 


PARK AVENUE APTS. - 1653 OAK 
BAY AVE. ~ Rent $135. Phone 382 


ROCKLAND HEIGHTS APTS - 
1791 ROCKLAND - Rent $130. 
Phone 388-6849. 


ROYAL SOVEREIGN APTS. - 1678 
FORT — Featuring sauna hath and 
roof top recreation room — Rent 
$125 Phone 383-9064. 


2-BEDROOM SUITES 


DAYMER APTS - 350 CADBORO 
RAY RD. - Rent $130. Phone 592- 

1105. 


PARK AVE APTS — 1653 OAK 
BAY AVE. - Rent $145. Phone 182- 
3990. 


ROCKLAND HEIGHTS APTS. - 
1791 ROCKLAND AVE. - Rent $150 
Phone 388-6349. 


ROYAL SOVEREIGN - 1678 FORI 
ST. — Featuring Sauna bath and 
recreation room — Rent $155. Phoru 
882-9064. 


BACHELOR SUITES 


SPRINGRIDGE APTS. 123! 

BALMORAL-Rent 8106. Phone 382 
9791. 


PARK AVE. APTS. - 1653 OAI 
BAY AVE. — Fully Furnished - 
Rent $125 


MARALENA COURT 1610 BEL 
CHER — Partly furnished — Ren 
$115. Phone 182-0805 


TUDOR ESTATES LTD. 
2030 DOUGLAS ST. 

LOOKING FOR AN APARTMEN' 


IN VICTORIA OR OAK BAY? 

ARE YOU LOOKING TOR LUX 
U R Y W I TH WALL-TO-WALl 
DRAPES. KITCHENS. C A B L 1! 
VISION. CONTROLLED Eh 
TRANCE, HOT WATER HEAT AN I 
PATIOS? THEN LOOK AT THES1 
APARTMENTS 


OAK BAY 
GRANITE HOUSE 

2100 GRANITE. PHONE 592-98* 
1-BEDROOM FROM $129 


MARQUEE COURT 

3095 OAK BAY AVE. PHONE 59. 
9004 

1 BEDROOM FROM 8133 


MITCHELL OAKS 

5 OAK BAY AVE PHONE 59 


1-BEDROOM FROM *130 


GREATER VICTORIA 
THE RICHELIEU 

3187 SHELBOURNE. PHONE 59 
0554 

1-BEDROOM FROM $127 


THE FONTAINE BLEU 

S159 SHBLBOURNK. PHONE 593-41 

1- BEDROOM FROM 8U7 

2- BEDROOM FROM $166 


CHARTWELL HOUSE 

1343 HARRISON, PHONE 382-086 
1-BEDROOM. FROM $125 
2-BEDROOM FROM $153 


CASA DEL RIO 
1535 Jubilee Avenue 

One-bedroom suite $1 

Available June 1 


In this delightful Nock located - 
quiet street yet close to shoppli 
centre and bus lines and of cour 
all modem conveniences. Ci 
Resident Manager any time. 


CASA DEL GRANDE 
1555 Richmond 

You will be pleased with t 
superior accommodation in tl 


Spanish style apartment 

Check these features: 

—Free laundry, heat and 
cablevision 

—Controlled entrances and mail 
delivery to suites 

- Close to hospital*, shopping 
centre and bus lines. 

1- bedroom suite 

2- bedroom suite a 

Resident Manager 385-425A 
Builders and Developers 


CHRISTIE POINT APTS. 
PORTAGE INLET 
WATERFRONT 
APARTMENTS 
WITH VIEW 
Available June 1st 
$180 — 3 bedroom Townhouse 
144 baths — personal washer-dry* 
$140 — 2 bedroom family 
Rent Includes heaL cablevision. 
drapes, 
outdoor 
workshop, r 


range, fridge, 
swimming pool, boatdo 
)p, recreation room. 
885-0644 2951 Cralgowan 1 

NO PETS 


DARDANELLES 
New Apt. Block 
1445 Fort 3864k 

1-bedroom — $130 
2-bedroom — $150 and $lf 
(Child Welcome) 
Wall-to-wall carpets a l 
cablevision, laundry a i 
parking. 


BURNSIDE GARDENS 
3622 TILLICUM 

2- BR.-$150 

3- BR. Townhouse-4170 
Close to schools, shoppii 
bus service. Large swi 
ming pool. Children v 
come. No pets. 

384-0034 - 384-4365 


QUEENSWOOD ARMS 
Fairfield District 
Modern apartment*. 


located near shopping and 
easy walking distance to town. 
One-bedroom suites available 
Call resident manager. 

Mr. Bone, 388-5066, or 
CONCORD REALTY LTD. 
388*5471 


OAKLANDS MANOR 
Hillside and Cedar Hill Road 
New block near Slmp*on*-S« 
Elevator, balconies, cable 
1-bedroom from $125. Re*» 
manager 383-4*08 or 3*6-0266. 


RIDGE APTS., ZL20 RIDGE 
Very attracUve 1-bedroom i 
with carpet*, drapes, cablevl 
ate. $130. Babies welcome. To 
call Mr. Krieger, 598-5768. 


OAK BAY 

Cranmore Court, 2100 Cadboro 
Road. June L 2-bedroom I 
carpeted, cablevision. carport I 
water. S92-6329 


BACHELOR SUITE. $102. AV 

able June 1st Includes wall-to 


2 Vancouver 


jssajss 


1 -BEDROOM UPPER DUPI 
fridge and stove, heat ahd 
water. Adults only. 384-1845. 8 

> frm. __ 

1-BEDROOM SUITE. CLOSE 
Adults. Suitable peU welcome. 


BERKLEY APARTMENTS. 
Rockland. 2 bedrooms, adults, 
tng distance. $136. 384-1847 or 


UPPER DUPLEX. LARGE 3-F 
suite, nice Mew. 383-3487. 






































































































































































































































































































































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0 APARTMENTS TO 
RENT UNFURNISHED 


BRAND NEW 
“THE OAK BAY MALL’V 
L»ir2r> OAK BAY AVENUE 

intrallv located to Ihis. shonping 
litre, UVIc. Jubilee and leteuie 
ca* Luxury apartment with 
Ight tie luxe suite* 

ACIUTIES AVAILABLE 
BILLIARD ROOM 
SAUNA ROOM 
WORKSHOP 

High quality soundproofing; 
concrete floor*. 

6" Insulated double walla. 

Atractlve wall-to-wall carpet*— 

High density underlay. 

Quick, dean heat with thermostat 
Free cablevlslon and storage 
•De luxe factory-made cabinet#, 
colored automatic appliances. 
Feature wallpaper and chandelier. 
-Generous living areas 
-Built-In China shelves 
•Cushion flours In kitchen and bath 
•Ceramic tiling, coloured vanities 
-Fibreglass draperies — fireproof 
-Self-dosing fire doors 
Silent elevator 
•Covered parking 
•Courteous, efilnent managers — 

-All suites Include heat, cablevl¬ 
slon. drupes, storage, parking. 

BEDROOM $165 

BEDROOM $115 

Mr and Mrs. Piper 
Suite 410. 598-371)2 

OAK BAY 
BRAND NEW 
WINCHESTER COURT 

The Building with the Courtyard" 
-92 de lu\c extra spacious suites- 
-Quality wall-to-wall carpeting. 
-Concrete floors, double walla. 

-BILLIARD ROOM 
-SAUNA ROOM 
-WORKSHOP 

-Walnut kitchen cabinets. 

-Feature wallpaper, china shelves. 
-Coloured appliances. 

Cushion floor kitchen and bath. 
-Generous living are* 

-All suites Include heat, cable* 
»ion. drapes, storage, parking. 
-Courteous resident managers. 

BACHELOR $122 

L BEDROOM $1^ 

223-10(53 Foul Bay nd. 


THE ROYAL RICHMOND” 
JUBILEE AREA 
FREE ELECTRICITY 

Contains many outstanding features 
lefinitely making this building the 
Ih*ki rental value In the area. 
Those oe luxe large suites contain. 
-Cushion floor kitchen and bath. 
Superior sound proofing. 

I)c luxe walnut cabinets. 

Feature wallpaper, china shelves. 
-Generous living areas. 

All suites include heal, cable- 
visum, drapes, storage, free park¬ 
ing und Tree electricity 
—Courteous resident managers. 

BACHELOR $118 

2 BEDROOM $170 

Manager Mr. K. Cummings — 
383-2254. Suite 201. 1720 Richmond. 

NEW 

THE DEVON OAKS 
1066 FOUL BAY ROAD 

Quici. desirable location. Closa to 
shopping. Pus routes, Jubilee snd 
leisure ureas. 

Excellent soundproofing. 

—6" insulated double walls. 
—Concrete floors 
Walnut kitchen cabinets. 

—Colored appliances. 

—Cushion floor kitchen and bath 
—Feature wallpaper, china shelves 
Quality wall-to-wall carpeting 
—Generous living areas 
— All suites include heal, 
ralilevlslon. drapes, storage, 
parking 

—Courteous resident managers 

1 BACHELOR $118 

1 BEDROOM $1:55 

Manager. Mr and Mrs. J. W. 

Bowlby. .198-29x6. 

PARK PACIFTC 
APARTMENTS LTD. 

For details and transporta¬ 
tion to view all above suites, 
call Mr. Bowlby, Prop. Mgr. 
598-1790. 


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X BOULTBEE X 
X SWEET X 
X Realty X- 
X Ltd. X 
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X 

YORKSHIRE TRUST AFFILIATE 

OLYMPIC COURT 
APARTMENTS 

827 Selkirk Street 
Esquimau 
Close to Gorge Vale 
Golf Course, 


EXTREMELY QUIET 
AREA 


OPEN TO VIEW 
DAILY 

2:00 to 4:00 p.m. 

A brand new apartment 
.block on scenic Selkirk 
"IStreet, close to City Centre. 

! A L L a rc ON E-bedroom 
-jsuites so not suitable for 
children and no pets per¬ 
mitted. 

—Modern *'und proofing 
—Laundry (acuities 
- -Balconies 
Clean electric hrnt 
-Carpeted throughout 
—Quality bathroom and kitchen 
equipment 

— Attractive lighting fixtures 
—Rents from >132 

Pay only your telephone. Your tent 
Includes heal, light, cooking and 
cablevlslon. 

CALL 388-5561 ANYTIME 
OR 382-5586 


"MOiNTE CARLO" 

1U3U Pendcrg&xl St. 

1-bedroom suite. >130 >140 
2-bedruom suite. $160 
j Quiet desirable locution, near 
9. I Beacon Hill Park, shopping, txis 
and town. All tne features In a new 
quality building. 

Call Res. Manager. 384-1044. 

"CASA MONTEGO" 

1035 Pendcrgaat St. 

2-bedroom suite. $165 
This modern apartment wttliin 
walking distance of town, very 
quiet building. 

Call Res. Manager, 382-4090 

"BARCELONA MANOR" 

1022 Pcndergaal St. 

I bedroom suite. $135 • >140 
For those who prefer small quiet 
block in iicrfccl location. 

1-bed room suite. >135 
Call lies. Manager. 386-0172 
G. and u. Holdings. 598-4x21 

~ WELLINGTON MANOR 7~ 
1670 Fort Street 

l iMMiroom >120 

Modern block with elevator, con 
trolled entrance, and free laundry 
facilities. Close In shopping and 
transiwrlatlon. See Resident Man¬ 
ager nr call 363-156 7 or ;ix4-.'l69x 

CAM I LIN MANOR 
1210 BALMORAL 

One and 2-bdrm suites available. 
Call Resilient Manager 3x5-7147 or 
CONCORD REALTY LTD. 
388-5471 


m 


THE BELGROVK 

Bachelor de luxe, balconies, >11U. 
Elevator, adults, free automatic 
laundry, hardwood floor, bus. 1505 
Delcher. comer of Oak Bay Avenue. 
Resident caretaker. 382-7405. 


1-BEDROOM SUITE. WARM, 
electric stove and fridge, automatic 
laundry, cablevlslon. AdulU only. 
Aeplv Suite 6. Fairhlll ApU.. 
— I HlUaldfrCook M m 

— sun ~ nZTT 

Fairfield. Drupes. 
esriKrled. cablevlslon. free laundiv. 
5D*|>1». 179-4024. 383-1233, 

and 11-BKDU' K>M UPPER SUITE IN 
_ ; Fairfield. Newly patitted. Heat. 
{K>n l'K>d. water included. im, Avall- 
1 able Immediately. rws-KIf 

1 BEACON HILL PARK 
—, Hey wood Avenue. 1 In-droom. >120. 
KD- In private house. Middle aged nr 
384-1 elderly person. 382-8947. 


LANGFORD 

TE, J 1 and 2 tied room suites, fridge, 
l stove, drapes, carpet. *tc. 478-3943. 


Victoria, 8.C., Sunday, May 9, 1*7,1 


» APARTMENTS TO 
RENT UNFURNISHED 


I APARTMENTS TO 
RENT UNFURNISHED 


B. 

f C. 

A BERNARD A CO LTD. 

Port and Broad 384-9139 

The following offer every modem 
comfort and convenience such as 
cablevtoton — drape* — balconies 
— free washing facilities — indivi¬ 
dual bead — iwrWn 

room* with slther hardwood or wall- 
to-wall carpet. 

1-BEDROOM SUITES 

CAVALIER APTS. - 1400 CAMO- 
SUN 8T. - Rent >135. Phone 488- 


DA YMF R APT8. - 2150 CADBORO 
BAY RD. - Rent >100 P.M. Phone 
582-1106. 


MARALENA COURT - 1110 BEL¬ 
CHER AVK. — Kent >120 PM 
Phone >82.0805. 


ROCKLAND HEIGHTS APTS. - 
1791 ROCKLAND — Rent > 120 . 

Phone 388-6549. 

ROYAL SOVEREIGN APTS. 1878 
FORT — Featuring sauna hath awl 
roof top recreation room — Rent 
>125 Phone 382-9054. 

2-BEDROOM SUITES 


MADRONA MANOR — 1965 ASH 
GROVE - Rent >150. Phone 385. 
7872. 


ROCKLAND HEIGHTS APTS. — 
1791 ROCKLAND AVE. - Rent > 350 . 
Phone 388-6349. 

ROYAL SOVEREIGN - 1878 FORT 
ST. — Featuring Sauna bath and 
recreation room — Rent >155. Phone 
582-9064. 

BACHELOR SUITES 

RPRINGRIDGE APTS. - 1235 

HALM ORAL—Rent >106. Phone 362- 
9791. 

PARK AVE. APTS. - 1853 OAK 
BAY AVE. — Fully Furnished — 
Rent >125. 

MARALENA COURT - 1610 BEL¬ 
CHER — Partly furnished — Rent 
>115. Phone >82-0805. 


CHARTER HOUSE 
435 Michigan 


2 Bedrooms Available 


REGENT TOWERS 
415 Michigan 
383-6216 

Bachelor Stes. Available 

1 Bedroom Available 

2 Bedroooms with 1% 
Bathrooms Available 


—Swimming pool 
—Covered parking 
—Cablevislon 
—Located In spacious 
well-kept grounds 
—Pleasant stroll 
to downtown 
—Choice ocean view 


All Rental Enquiries 
Welcome 

Managed by 
NORTH WEST TRUST 
386-3534 


THE ROYAL LYNNWOOD 
1310 HILL S IDE AVENUE 

Spacious one and two-bed room 
suites await your Inspection in this 
new block. Wall to wall carpets, 
cablevlslon, balconies, controlled 
entrance; nice area and located on 
bus line. 

Resident Managers: Phone 385-8454 

1-BDRM suites from >127 
2-BDRM suites at >165 

Rental Agents: 

P.R. Brown and Son* Limited 
762 Fort Street 385-3435 


I APARTMENTS TO 
RENT UNFURNISHED 


P. R. BROWN RENT 

The People to SEE. .. P.R.B.’ 

1-BDRM. SUITES 


tllS—Grant Heights Ante. 1» 
Grant SL Ph. 364-7JM, altar S 


n, ■riKumaiDri nmr i 

■ cabieviskm. Closa to stores. 


b£room C | 


>119—Sunrldge Apia.. 1244 Balmoral 
Rd. Ground floor. Phone 383- 


5PACIOUS_ QNE^ 

area. We supply evsrythlngyou 
need for your convenience. Phone 
892-9518, 385-5364 and 477-4434. 


6129-CraigmlUar Lodge, UU) 
tersal Dr. Ph. 3K8-9280 af 
p.m. 

>126—Mountain View Apia., 
Esquimau ltd. Child 
come. Ph. 3834435 


—Royal Lynnwood Apts., 1310 
Hillside Ave. Ph. 3854454. 


>129—Sunrldge Ap4s.. 1244 Balmoral 


>138—Burdett Manor. 10« Burdett 
Ave. Includes hydro, laundry, 
heat, cablevlslon. Ph. 386-2838. 


2-BEDROOM SUITES 

2566 Quadra 

>136—Shelley Manor. 1250 Richard- 
son St. Ground floor. Ph. 384- 


>138—Mountain View Apts.. 
Esquimau Rd. Children 
come. Ph. 383-3435. 

040—Royal Inglewood Apts., 2100 
Richmond Ave. Comer suite. 
385-4213. 


APARTMENTS TO 
RENT FURNISHED 


COMPLETELY 


SELF-CONTAINED 

room with large 
Utilities Included. Girls only. 3 
minutes walk (Tom University and 
shopping cente (to 3 bus U 
Available May IMept. 1. >115 
month 4T7-6MB. 


Hill 


NICELY FURNISHED. 1 
room, wall-to-wall. In quiet apart- 
met*. adjacent Simones, >105. View 
156 Simooe, Sunday 2-4. M 
anytime. 

NICELY FU RN I SHED 1-BKD- 
n«*m, self-contained suite, fireplace, 
quiet location facing F 
Park. AdulU only, 
possession. >125. 996-ZW. 

JUBILEE.” BACHELOR APART* 
menl, $X3. Also very small apart¬ 
ment i suit bachelor i, >80. Mr 
Bacon. Byron Price and Aaaoctatea 
Ltd . 385-2458. 

APARTMENTS — VARIOUS lo¬ 
cations, Brown Bros. Agencies Ltd., 
385-8771. Furnished through local 
furniture store. 3 rooms. >35 per 
month extra 


FURNISHED 1-BEDROOM SUITE, 
sea view, cablevlslon. sorry no pets. 
>120. Drive by 160 Memorial re¬ 
call 385-6868. 


1-BEDROOM SUITE, 
dean. Self-contained. 
Fairfield dl ' 

but. 477-5066. 


NICE A 

Off CO 
Convenient 


NEAR ST. JOSEPH’S. SE 
contained 1-bedroom. heat 
water provided. Available now. 
592-4709. 


1-BEDROOM SUITE. CLOSE 
shopping and buses. Bordering perk 

with ten-’--* '“ J * —— 

8X82 


tennis court. Girts only 


STUDIO UN 
modem, covert _ 
argelo, 1158 Yates 


T. CLOSE IN. 
' parking. Michel- 
St. 386-2812. 382- 




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TUDOR ESTATES LTD. 
2030 DOUGLAS ST. 

LOOKING FOR AN APARTMENT 
IN VICTORIA OR OAK BAY? 

ARE YOU LOOKING FOR LIJX- 
URY W I TH WALL-TO-WALL. 
DRAPES. KITCHENS. CABLE- 
VISION, CONTROLLED EN 
TRANCE. HOT WATER HEAT AND 
PATIOS? THEN LOOK AT THESE 
APARTMENTS. 

OAK BAY 
GRANITE HOUSE 

2100 GRANITE. PHONE 592-9883 
1-BEDROOM FROM >129 

MARQUEE COURT 

2095 OAK BAY AVE. PHONE 592- 

9004 

1 BEDROOM FROM >132 

MITCHELL OAKS 
2065 OAK BAY AVE. PHONE 598- 
3285 

1-BEDROOM FROM >130 

GREATER VICTORIA 
THE RICHELIEU 
3187 SHELBOURNE. PHONE 592- 
0554 

1-BEDROOM FROM >127 

THE FONTAINEBLEU 

3159 SHELBOURNE. PHONE 592-4125 

1- BEDROOM FROM >U7 

2- BEDROOM FROM >166 

CHARTWELL HOUSE 

1343 HARRISON. PHONE 382-0863 
1-BEDROOM. FROM >125 
2-BEDROOM FROM >153 


OPEN FOR VIEWING 
9 A.M. TO 9 P.M. 
BOWKER MANOR 
2233 BOWKER AVE. 

Luxury new building on a quiet 
street near bus. shops and Willows 
Beach. Lovely carpeU, colored 
appliances, extu large rooms, walk- 
in closets. Congenial resident man- 

TbEDROOMS FROM $135 
2 BEDROOMS FROM $165 
BROWN BROS. AGENCIES 
385-8771 ANYTIME 


Open for viewing 
9 A M. to 9 P.kf 

BARRINGTON MANOR 
2174 Cadboro Bay Rd. 

Luxury building with all the latest 
convenience* Near bus. shops, and 
Willows Beach. Lovely carpeU ** 
parquet floors. 

One-bedroom suites from 
$125 

Two-bedroom suite* from 
$150 

Brown Bros Agencies 
385-8771 anytime 


DOWNTOWN 

Comfortable 2_bedroom apt, frig, 
snd stove, H.W. floor* well heated, 
rent U10 P.M. 


BE FIRST WITH 


A. 


B. 


>165—Royal Lynnwood ApU. 
HtlUlde Ave. Ph. 3854454. 

>185—Burdett Manor. 1085 Burdett 
Ave. Includes hydro, heat, 
eablevlsJon, laundry. Ph. 386 
2638. 

P. R. BROWN & SONS 
LIMITED 

762 Fort Street SA5-3435 


BE FIRST WITH 


MODERN UNIT WITH KITCHEN 
and TV, close to parks and town, 
special weekly rates. Thunder bird 
386-2812. Mr. Butler. 


OAK LANDS MANOR 
HtlUlde and Cedar Hill Road 
De luxe 1 bedroom suite. >1(5 
Re* manager. 383-4806. 3864)286 


3-ROOM 81TTTE WITH KITCHEN 
ette. >57 per month. Apply Apt I 
- 1429 Vlnlng. 9-12 noon and 7-S 
p.m. 


GIRL OVER 21 TO SHARE APART- 
ment. Phone between t and 5:80. 
386-3431, and after 5:30 p.m.. 385- 
5260. Ask for Connie. 


ONE AND 2 BEDROOM Suites, 
cable TV. Low dally and weekly 
rate* PeU welcome. 

Canadian Crest Motel. 479-9002. 


JAMES BAY AREA. 2 PARTLY 
furnished, 2-bedroom apartment* 
Children welcome. Heat tnclu" 
>135 and >145. 385-3872. 


CLEAN. BRIGHT. 2 ROOMS, 
close to bus and shopping. Middle- 
aged working person preferred. 383- 


2 BEDROOM UPPER DUPLEX. 
>U5. responsible working coupir 
382-6728. 


2-ROOM APARTMENT. PARTLY 
furnished. >55. Phone 3*6-1*20 
Married couple preferred. No peU. 


A BERNARD * CO. LTD 


384-9335 1. 385-7188. 


JUBILEE 

UNIVERSITY AREA 


13 R O O MS . SELF-CONTAINED. 
1 Available May 15. 385-8075. 1030 St 
Charles. 


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, >». BEACON HILL. ELECTRIC 

SL5aS"JSf gf- ^ ** m 

and frig. 1 bedroom and sewing 
cablevlslon. oil heat, light 
auppur* -~ 


and water supplied, separate en¬ 
trance. Available June L 1971. Rent 


i >115, >105. IMMEDIATE. 2 SPOT- 
|— —-*-- central. r '- M ^ 


CASA DEL RIO 
1535 Jubilee Avenue 

One-bedroom suite >135 

Available June 1 

In this delightful block located on 
quiet street yet close to shopping 
centre snd bus lines and of course 
all modem conveniences. Call 
Resident Manager any time. 


CASA DEL GRANDE 
1555 Richmond 

You wUl be pleased with the 

superior accommodation In this 

Spanish style apartment. 

Check these features: 

—Free laundry, heat and 
cablevlslon 

—Controlled entrances and mall 
delivery to aultes 
- dose to hospitals, shopping 
centre and bus lines. 

1- bedroom suite >13$ 

2- bedroom suite >16° 

Resident Manager 385-4250 
Builders and Developers 


COLONY PARK MANOR 
1680 Poplar 
UNIVERSITY DISTRICT 
Compare these features. Colored 
appliances, gurburator* wall-to- 
wall carpeU. exceptional sound¬ 
proofing, cablevlslon, heated Indoor 
swimming and hydrotherapy pools 
and sauna. Garnet and hobby shop 
rooms. 

1 bedroom suites from >145. 

Res. Mgrs. (Mr. and Mrs. 
Bertrand). 

477-1711 


CHRISTIE POINT APTS. 
PORTAGE INLET 
WATERFRONT 
APARTMENTS 
WITH VIEW 
Available June 1st 
>180 — 3 tied room Townhouse 
116 baths — personal washer-dryer 
U40 — 1 bedroom family 
Rent Includes heat, cablevision. LI 


lrape* range, fridge, 
outdoor swimming pool, 


_, LR 

Features 
Ing pool, boatdock. 

—_ r, -ition room. 

>854)644 2951 Cralgowan Rd. 

NO PETS 

DARDANELLES 
New Apt. Block 
1445 Fort 386-0467 

1-bedroom — $130 
2-bedroom — $150 and $160 
(Child Welcome) 
Wall-to-wall carpets and 
cablevision, laundry a n 
parking. 


ONE SMALL CHILD 


If you have one child and would 
like an apartment In a new block, 
centrally located, at prices you can 
afford, call Harrison House. 1417 
Harrison St , 384-9838. 386-5611. 


ORCHARD HOUSE 
Adjacent to Parliament 
Building and 
Beacon HU1 Park 

1 bedroom from 

2 bedroom, from 

647 Michigan 
Phone 382-4650 


WEYBRIDGE manor 
MINUTES TO TOWN 

Conveniently located, Gov’t and 
Simooe. steps to Beacon Hill Park 
and sea. Large modern apartments 
featuring: 

-W-W carpet 
—Drapes 

—Colored appliance* 

—Controlled entrance 
—Cablevlslon and more! 

1-BR suites available. To view call 
resident managers: Mr. or Mrs. 
Campbell. 385-8664, Ste. 308 or 

CONCORD REALTY LTD. 
388-5471 


TUDOR ESTATES LTD. 
2030 Douglas St. 

THE PONDEROSA 
1184 ESQUIMALT RD. 

Move quickly on theae! Available 
June 1st and close to shopp 1 — 
transportation and all faellt 
Cablevlslon. heat, elevator aervlce. 
drapes and electric kitchen* 

One Bedroom from 015 

Two Bedroom (one only) 

Phone 382-6936 


less 


LOVELY SUITE BY THE SEA. 
Available unUl end of October 
Days. 388-9632. evenings 385-5847. 


WANTED: RESPONSIBLE GIRL 
to share 1-bedroom apartment 
next 2 months. Call Sue. 384-9903. 


2 ROOMS, COOK ST. OR JAMIES 
Bay. utilities, cablevision Included. 


CLOSE TO TOWN. AVAILABLE 
May 15. newly decorated, adulU 
please. 385-7210. 


BACHELOR SUITE, MATURE 
ladies only. Stanley ApartmenU. 
478-3143. 


$68. BRIGHT 2-ROOM UPSTAIRS 
suite. Semi private bath. Working 
or retired. 1190 Fort. 385-7370. 


2 BEDROOM UPPER DUPLEX, 
fully furnished and very dea 
Everything Included. >150. 385-1753. 


BACHELOR 2-ROOM SUITE, 
light, heat, cable, >72. Rockland, off 
Cook. 479-7630. 


»25*i 


MILEAGE 

(Approximate) 

FROM 

VICTORIA 

TO: 

Salt Spring (10 minutes 
by ferry from Swart* Bay) 

Malahat . I* 

Sidney _M 

Sooke. *1 

Mill Bay_*7 

Shawnlgan Laka . — * 

Cowl chan Bay .>4 

Duncan and Maple Bay ------.V 

Thetis Island (oar terry from Chemalnus* 

Lab* Cowl chan . U 

Nanaimo . ..69 

Cedar - Yellow Point .S6 

Ladysmith . U 

Parksvlll# .— *1 

Northwest Bay ____ —————————— 90 

Port Albernl .-130 

Qualicum Beach . •• 

Qua Ileum Bay . 109 

Bowaer ...-.-Ill 

Fanny Bay ———.US 

Rnystoo .—.-I* 

Courtenay .-«• 

Comox . 149 

Oyster River 
and 

Saratoga Beach .159 

Shelter Bay . 

Campbell River . ... .169 

Gold River .-.-.300 


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BACHELOR 
mature adults. 
1270 Yates. 


WEIR’S BEACH RESORT 

OPEN MAY 1 

c ™ i %«?sro , sscMS ! ' rtm ’ 

saajr&ap g ^ 

picnic area. Fishing and Boating 
Recreation Hall 
Joyce and G**rry Ham 
New Owners 

5191 William Head Rod 
RRL Victoria 478-333* 


TWIN BEDSITTING ROOM. OWN 
kitchen and bathroom, all round 
Suitable 3 sharing. >90 month. 477- 
•616. 


CAIRN VILLA APARTMENTS 
Brand new 1 and 2-bedroom sul 
for rent. Ideal for retired people, 
because of Its park setting. 1 
mature child considered. Located 
corner of I-ampeon and Old 

Kaquimalt Road. For further Infer- __ 

rnatlon, call Resident Manager. Mr. 2-ROOM AND DEN. AUTOMATIC 
Woods at 383-3239. heat, hot water, cablevision. 


ATTRACTIVE FLAT DURING 
summer months. Beautifully 
located. Non-smokers. 386-7347. 


DUNSMUIR HOUSE 
831 Dunsmuir Rd. 

1- bedroom suites, $139 

2- bedroom suites, $159 
No pets—Adults only 

Res. Manager, 388-4943 


* 130 PACIFIC SHORES 

51^0 2181 Hauitain 

Available now. Nice quiet location, 
near bus and ahops. Extra Urge 
rooms 3-Br. >139 Res. caretaker 
592-6350 or Montreal Trust Co. 386- 
2111 Loc. 35. 


CAMELOT APTS. 

NEAR UNIVERSITY 
2-bedroom apartment, wall-to-wall 
carpet. >160. Also 1 large bedroom. 
>130. Cablevision, heat parking, 
laundry. AdulU only, no peU. 477- 
4330. 


ROYAL ARMS APARTMENT 
1300 Yates at Femwood 
Convenient to dty. child considered. 
1-Bedroom from >127.50 
Resident Manager 
386-1628 


BURNSIDE GARDENS 
3622 TILLICUM 

2- BR.—$150 

3- BR. Townhouse—$170 
Close to schools, shoppin; 
bus service. Large swir 
ming pool. Children w< 
come. No pets. 

384-0034 - 384-4365 


QUEENSWOOD ARMS 
Fairfield District 

Modem apartmenU. convenient 
located near shopping and to 
easy walking disUnce to town. 
One-bedroom aultes available 
Call resident manager. 

Mr. Bone, 388-5066. or 
CONCORD REALTY LTD. 
388*5471 


OAKLANDS MANOR 
Hillside and Cedar Hill Road 
New block near Slmpaons-Sea 
Elevator, balconies. cable 1 
1 -bedroom from >125. Re*i<k 
manager 383*4808 or 3864)266. 


Very attractive l-badroom 
with carpeU. drapes, cable? 
•tc. >130. Babies welcome. To 
call Mr. Krleger. 596*5766. 


carpeted, 
water. 892 


June L 2-bedroom 


BACHELOR SUITE. >10 
able June 1st. Include* -. 


I water, i 
S p nt. 


1-BEDROOM SUITE. 

A< 


CLOSE 

Soluble peU welcome. 


suite, nice view. 383-3487. 


UNIVERSITY GARDEN HOMES 
J and 3-bedroom townhouaes, 1V4 
bathrooms, family room, opening 
onto spacious lawn, a unlock, inner 
court, parking, heat, hot water, 
cablevlslon. di 
Included. Rent 
and July L 


drapes and appliances 
ent >175 and >191 June 1 


SOUTHVIEW ARMS 
APARTMENTS 
1049 Southgate 


electric heat, free laundry. Avail¬ 
able June 1st. Res. Manager. 

9450. 


1 bedroom suite, ground floor, wall- 
to-wall carpet luxury fixture* 
private patio and garden. >127.50. 

HENRY HUDSON APTS. 

576 Simooe, Ph. 386-6446, 

J. Y. Woods 

JUBILEE HOSPITAL 
>99 - Modern newly Wunda plush 
carpeted, extra large sunny bache¬ 
lor comer suite. Free washer, 
dryer, cablevlslon. May L 992-7734. 
384-8126. 

COLUMBIA APTS. 

850 Admirals. 2 -bedroom. June lit 
>145. Includes electric heating, hot 
water, hydro, cablevlslon. etc. Also 
1-bedroom. >127. available now. 382- 
5811 or 388-7851. 

FOR ELFORD APARTMENTS 

1410 Elford St. 

Spacious 1-bedroom suite. FREE 
hydro, laundry, cablevtelon. park¬ 
ing. >135. Re* manager. 385-8228. 

OAK BAT MODERN COMPACT 

one bedroom suite, elevator, cable 

Oak Bay Realty Ltd. >98-3321 

QUIET BACHELOR SUITE 

mature lady. Close In, 1128 
Richardson before 5. Phone S92-6245 

FAIRFIELD ROAD. OPPOSITE 

i park, lovely, spacious. 1 bedroom, 
small, quiet block. Laundry. H18. 

’ 477-2833. 

. j -BEDROOM APARTMENT. >90 

g?r ^month. modem, near Naden. 

. C O MPLETELY REDECORATED. 

- near Beaoon Hill Park. Cablevtskto 
and carport Reasonable. 363-1917. 

; MODERN 1-BEDROOM APART- 

ment >110. Quiet 384-3861. 821 

1 Queens 

• 1-BEDROOM SUITE. ®0; WSED- 

• room suite. $140. A11 utilities 

l Included. 4794458 or 384-4330. 

2 BEDROOM BASEMENT SUITE, 

■ separate entrance, near University. 

• 992-3668, after 6 P-m. 

LARGE 7-BEDROOM SUITE. 

- >135. Rockland off Cook. 479-7620._ 

! ONE-BEDROOM SUITE. FRIDGE 
y and stove. 306 Gorge Road East. 
>85. 383-5998. 

A 1-BEDROOM SUITE IN BRENT- 
wood. 652-2283. 


KLEE WYCK 

1340 Harrison 
Large suites, excellent location, all 
amenities One-bedroom >125 and 
>130. available now. 2-bedroom >H», 
comer suite, available June 


PRINCESS CHARLOTTE APTS. 
467 Lampaon St 

Large spacious 2-bedroom sul 
Immediate occupancy. One 2-bed- 
room suite. Available June 
welcome. Res. Manager. S 
386-375! 


WILMOT HOUSE 


iiaft, 


pane*, private entn 
1 person. Available 
Phone 388-7860, between 12-3 p.m. 
and 7-10 p.m. 


VANCOUVER VILLA 
7fl Vancouver.Comer Colllnson 
1-bedroom >125. 2 bedrooms >18 
Modem block, walk to towi 


G * O. Holding* 598-4821 


507 Simcoe. 383-5823. 


25 Miles We* of Victoria 


SELF-C ONTAINED BACHELOR 
suite. Gordon Head-University area. | 
All utilities included. 477-5337 

3-ROOM SUITE. CONVENIENT 
kicatlon. all utilities. Quiet adulU. . 
>65. 1330 Rudlln, 385-4533. 

3 ROOM SUITE. 1418 FERNWTXJD.. \ 
3844077. 

TWO ROOM SUITE. FURNISHED^ 

384-0055. 

GIRL WANTS ROOM MATE TO J 

•hare apartment. 3844956 after 6. 1 J 

127 HOWE STREET 1 BEDROOM e 
suite furnished. 386-7930 or 6564634. c 

SEAFRONT. LARGE. 1-BEDROOM. 1 
upstairs 3-room suite. 383-2992. t 

BACHELOR. >75. AVAILABLE 1 

now. Resinnsible persons. 3K24728. ^ 

203 APARTMENTS 

WANTED 

TEACHER AND WIFE REQUIRE 
furnished apartment or beach 
cottage In Victoria or area for July 
and August No children or pete 1 
Segger. 120 Elizabeth. Port Albernl. 1 

QUIET. RETIRED COUPLE. NON- 
smokeri or drinkers. 1-bedroom 
apartment. No steps, but not 
basement 5984204 

■ MIDDLE-AGED R E L LABLE 
’ couple, self-contained furnished apt. 

1 Twin beds for month of June. 386- 1 
• 9836. 

: 20« DUPLEXES TO BENT 

[ IMMEDIATE POSSESSION 

3 BEDROOMS 

2836 JACK LIN RD. 

Langford. Children welcome. H» 
bathrooms, cablevlslon and water 
' Included. Fridge or stove available. 

* >175 per month Phone August 
Construction 384-1711 or 478-1963 


SUNNY SHORES 
RESORT AND MARINA 


boat rental* Char¬ 
ter aervlce. Two ramp* Boat 
and tackle rente!* Tackle ahop. 
ga* bait tee. 

IS Mile* West of Victoria <• 
Highway 14. I mile* betore 

Sooke. 

5621 Sooke Road 
642-5731 

Hoata—Keith and Do* Kaye 


CEDAR BEACH RESORT 

Salt Spring Island’s 
Leading Resort 

ON ST. MARY LAKE 

Jested pout and aaana - uue «uJ 5 
bedroom cottages — Free TV and 
boats - Water akitog — Good fish 
and nearby golfing— Safe sandy 
h — Play area and store - Sat¬ 
urday night dancing in beach bouse. 
~ ato*i atog-aoMB — Charter boats 
*i table for oeepeea fishing - 
ants and oyster* nearby. 

Frank and Jean Cteudngham 
HR. L GANGES. UT-23D& 


AGUILAR HOUSE 

Snjoy the aerewty of an «**P 
i ah Ing village. Hiking, boa 

phers and nature lower* Hrodc 
(era tor biker* on the WeM ( 


SHORE ACRES MARINA 
AND TRAILER PARK 


KELVIN CREEK RANCH 

(Five Mile* South of Duncan) 
APRIL. MAY. JUNE 
A Western Vacation tor all on a 
working ranch. Just relax or join 


forte bie ranch 1 
try loud. Moat < 
our dtotng root 


i grown or pro- 


CHILDREN ONLY 
JULY and AUGUST 


etc., for boys 8-12 i 


i i-tKK rotnnuN 

: 54 Mile* from Victoria 


HARBOUR HOUSE 
HOTEL 

R. R. L GANGES 
"YEAR ROUND RESORT 
OVERLOOKING 

GANGES HARBOUR 

Spacious ground* Include awtmmtng I — 

Ca ^L CASTAWAY RESORT 

reserve early 

Fully appointe d dining room. f to>*n welcome Reasonable rate* 

*”*• L "** ih -"' 


Frequent I 
uta Bay 


CUSHEON LAKE RESORT 

Go home fresh 


St Miles from Victoria 


r 1 a 


B Use trees beside 


cottages ne 
de private a 


sandy 

Sate. 

warm swimming Excellent trout 
fishing, free boat* Small boats and 
tackle tor salt water Ashing easily 
arranged 

"Nothing Is ter from us except a 
city" Taobet and Sp en cer Marr 


oltne. Laundromat recreation halL 
Hot showers—flush touete 
KEITH AND ROSEMARY FROWD 

743-2371 


► - 


29 Mile* from Vtotorta 


TOP-FLOOR SUITE, 
Quiet lady 
>90. 382-9083. 


3-ROOM 

magnificent view*. 
Cauirvlslun. Fall field. 


2 ONE BEDROOM APARTMENTS. 
aH utilities paid, dose to town. 382- 
862L _ 

BACHELOR SUITE, HEAT. LIGHT, 
a - Included. >80. Gorge area. 383- 


AVAILABLE MAY 15 
NEAR NEW — Modem apactoua V 
BR. alde-by-alde with full basement 
,tn Ksqutmalt Close to schools, 
ihop* and bus W*W carpet drapes 
fireplace, appliance* carport aun- 
deck. >215 per month. 

CONCORD REALTY LTD. 
388-5471 


MODERN SUITE, 
town, adults. Suttal 
come. 385-4304. 


APARTMENTS TO 
RENT FURNISHED 


yourselff 1 *? this 

yours! New furnished 1__ 

bedroom suites with sll utilttle*. 
linen snd cablevlslon Included. On 
bus Une, minute* from dty centre 




m. furnished batchetog a- 

ible immediately, swimming 
laundry facilities. H10. Call 


MODERN. 2-BEDROOM. SIDE-BY- 
side duplex. Full basement and 
drive-ln garage. A large living 
room with wall-to-wall carpeting, 
good steed kitchen with tote of 
“iptmards Opposite Gorge Vale golf 
urae. Available May 15. 085. 385- 
5487. 


>li&—RICHMOND RD. Lovely 54 

room side-by-alde duplex, 
electric kllihen with nu~ 

IV* bath* roll basem_ 

View by appointment. Im¬ 
mediate occupancy 
BROWN BROC AGENCIES 


2-BEDROOM FURBISHED DU 
plex. Washer and dryer. TV 
Ground floor. All util 


paid Outet etdc 
Near Jubilee, 


MODERN NEW EXECUTIVE 
home for responsible tenant > Mg 


family or T.V. room, i 


SHAWN AIRE RESORT 
Vancouver Island’s Ideal 
Family Vacation Spot 

-Modem furnished beach 
front cabins and aultes 

S&. 

—Free kayaks tor children 

RESERVE NOW-For an «QoT*b*e 
holiday! write PO BOX MB. 
Shawnlgan Lake. Your hoMr 
Bern*. Mary and Carol Morria. 
PHONE 70-20*1 


BOOTH BAY RESORT 

SALT SPRING ISLAND 
All-electric 3 and 5-room mtf 

« T5ZL 

rc aa! cajL I aajl ^ 
Fbr May and June reservnlto 
write: 

Box 90. Gauge* B.C Pho 


- MOUNTAIN VIEW 

RESORT 

—Self-corttetned cottage* 
—*-po*nt trailer space* 
-Safe sandy beach. 

- RESERVE NOW - 

743-2044 
P.O. 82 Shawnigan L 


Mrzi 


R BAR T 

CHILDREN’S HOLIDAY 
RANCH 

GIRLS 9-15 BOYS 9-U 

xs b ras-Lrt 

—ring ranch where Children n 
participation to all activate* F 
Uy4ype environment- Writ* 


ST MARY LAKE RESORT 

Two-bedrocaa family cabin* full] 
modern, everything aupphed. Goot 
fUhlng. beautiful bs^cti sate fa 
—‘Iren on k»ety SL Mary Lake 
udrd setting amid arbutus aw 
Or trees 

The Javarslne 

Daily and W eekly Rate* 

IIIL 1. Ganges. RC S37 3X 


. rtshtog. tent mg. t 
hot shows r* " 


BOX 23 — PHONE 745A4CI 


91 Miles from Victoria 


EDELWEISS CHALETS 


DON’T BE DISAPPOINTED 
RESERVE EARLY FOR 
CENTENNIAL YEAR 

"THE HOTEL WITH A BEACH 

FOR A DUURSTEP” 

ISLAND HALL 
HOTEL 

PARKSV1LLE. RC. 

There is so much at Island 
Hall to make it the favorite 
resort of many people. 
Situated on one of the most 
beautiful white, sandy 
beaches in well-known 
sort village on main Island 
Highway. Ideal place for 
summer vacations, week¬ 
ends. or just any relaxing 
holiday. 

-INDOOR HEATED 
SWIMMING POOL 
-HOT TURBULENT POOL 
—SAUNA BATH 
-EXERCISE ROOM 
-SHUFFLE BOARD 
-TENNIS 
-BILLIARDS. ETC 
-ANTIQUES AND GIFTS 
So rain or shine, fair weather 


FOR INFORMATION AND 
RESERVATIONS 
WRITE OR PHONE 
MRS. MARY SUTHERLAND 
OWNER • MANAGER 
PHONE 216-3225 


KPltOAT LAKE 

5 miles north of Port Albernl 


MAPLES MOTEL 
AND RESORT 

8PROAT LAKE 


y resort with good play and 
rea on private beach. Fully 
1 housekeeping unit*. Stream 


—Excellent Trout Fishing— 

A family r« ^ - 

swim area < 

equipped ho»__ _ _ 

and salmon fishing nearby. Boats 
and motors available. On Toflno 
highway. Away from highway traf¬ 
fic. Make your reservations now! 
HR. 3. Port Albernl T25-7W 


QUALICUM BAY 

Miles from Victoria 


AVORADO TRAILER PARK 

OPEN YEAR ROUND 
Self contained unit* complete 
trailer hookup on seashore. Laun¬ 
dromat, showers. Campsite* picnic 
areas, swimming. Salmon 
clam* oyster* Safe pi*" 

■tore. Barbecue pavilion ' 


•sues, picnic 
mon fishing. 

playground. 
« with flro- 


757-8397 

R.R. 1 QUALICUM BAY 


CASA DEL MAR 
MOTEL AND RESORT 
QUALICUM BAY. RC 
7 Housekeeping Units 

-ON THE BEACH- 

Good fishing, boats available, com- 
ete dining facilities. 

YOUR HOSTS 

EVA AND DON RICHARDSON 

757-8421 


keeping beach cottages on Oowtehan 
UkeTOver 900 feet of sate beach. 

the Horyna* Bax D. Youbuu. RG 
Tel 7456M8L 


Livnv nix ox. 
t MBes North af Ns 


SHOREGROVE RESORT 

Dirtonsan Rond. LsnUvtlle. RC. 

BOAT RAMP - TRAILER PARK 
CABIN S - TEHTTN O 
SHOWERS — LAUNDROMAT 
SAFE BEACH - GOOD FISHING 

Dani and Hssel Btood 

758-6159 


N A NOOSE BAT 

19 Miles North of Nanaimo 


Seahavrn 


BEACH 
ACRES 
Holiday Rwort 
THE MERRY MONTH 
OF MAY 

Calls Yon Up-Island to the Sun. 
the Sand and the Sea: 
RESERVE EARLY for a glorious 
week or weekend away before the 
crowns arrive! 

—The Wannest Salt-Water Sv 
ming In the West 
—Acres of Spectacular Sand Beach 
—Private Tennis 
—Play Facilities tor Children 
—Scenic. Secluded. Off - Highway 

I of Play- 


—*n i 

ground i 

Holiday 

ing - Rl< 


l the S 


TALSON TENT 
AND TRAILER PARK 

Trailer hookup* 80 campsites, throe 
miles from Comox on Laxo Rd. 
Ocean beach acces* playground, 
sanl-statlon. loe. store, hot shower* 
flush toilet* sauna. 


MIRACLE REACH 
13 Miles north of Courtenay 


MIRACLE BEACH 
RESORT 

Clean, completely equipped cel 


Full trailer hookups - __ 

.shower* flush toilet* m 

to choose from, 
tor Dad; shady 
loafing tor Mom: on Vancouver 
Island's safest white sandy beach. 

Ann and Bill LeChasaeur 
R.R.1 Black Creek 337-5171 


Deacn: nui inuwm. 

lovely campsites t* 
Terrific fishing to 
loafing tor Mom: 


. i —Private sandy beaches 

SHADY WILLOWS -W arm ea fe swimming 

RESORT AND TRAILER ifcS'iJm 04 ' 

PARK -I* miles jsorth of Nanaimo 

TRIPP ROAD, GANGES - 537-2956. 
btawUM SL Marv'a Lake. 

. erb baas and tnmt fish tog 
Modem electric housekeeping af- 
Uge* Trailer and ramping sitae 
Modem rest room* shower* Sate 
ewteteBteC- boat mdste. 


first-rate Fish- 

P^USl P^ saratooa reach 
AttSiUro famlir^teges- mori 16 Mile, north of Courtenay 
right on the beach - other view! 
unite with fireplaces - all fuhy 

!^^2e. e<,uipped “ auU>nuUc OYSTER RIVER 
SPRING RATES FROM COTTAGES 

uo a Day. or IN) a Weak tor Two 
R.R. Na L Parksvtlle. B.C 


Phone 248-3424 


SPEND YOUR 
VACATION 
BY THE 
SEA 


U MUe* from Vlctorta 


PARKVIEW MOTEL 

ParksMO* Vancouver Irian 

OPEN ALL-YEAR ROUND 
V. Opposite park and sandy be* 
lltage shopptat at the door. 

Write Box 337 Phoue NW 


CENTRAL AUTO COURT 

CotUgm war sate, sandy beach. 
Famil) units available. 

-Dtaroaui on Early Reservattaoe- 

Nox 3M. Parksvtlle, RC. 
Harry and Rosemary Podwysockl 

248-3152 


PARADISE BEACH 
RESORT 

LOW. Orr-SKASON RATES IN 
COTTAGES UNTIL JUNE 19 


One and two-bed r oom l_ 

oottages — electric ranges. 

‘ heating Also JOrpaoe came 
nd. Spacious grounds, sandy 
A. excellent flvntng. 

Alice snd Bill Henderson 
R.R. L Campbell River W-tm 




Families welcome, no oo*». 

We also have 4 trailers ws rent on 
g rou nd s at lower rales. Norman and 
Larina Vance. 248-6612. 


PARKS SANDS 

Tbiephoa* 2466171 
Box 179. ParkrriUe 
De hues cottages oa the beech-all 
village tecllltle* at the entranc 
OO-seaeon rates. Reservattotu 
accepted tor July. August from 9U» 
week. Trailer Park full hookup* 


housekeeping 
nges. fridges 


SARATOGA BEACH RESORT 
AND TRAILER PARK 

Housekeeping cottages and trail* 
park. Complete trailer facility 
Safe, sandy beach. Salmon-streai 
fishing Boat rentals, launchint 
Shower* fishing, tackle sale* 

RRL CAMPBELL RIVER M7-HJ 


VACATION 
IN THE 
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36 latfnOatartat Wctorlo, B.C., Sundoy, May 9, 1971 


M« DUPLEXES TO RENT 


SIDE BY SIDE DUPLEX. OAK 
Bay. Fireplace, dining room, 2 
bedrooms, rumpus room, gangs. 

emtdeviaiun. garden, beach, stores, 
bus at door. *160. No dogs. 5964619. 

CLOSE UNIVERSITY. NEW DE 
luxe. 3-bedroom duplex. 3 Are- 

S5-SJ2S. ■S5V rSS5 

area. 477-3853. 

NEAR NEW. 3-BEDROOM. WALL- 
t<>-wall carpet, carport, treed lot. 
near Sidney. *125 month. 053-1409, 
952-3082. 

UNIVERSITY DISTRICT 

ias-rt junsr-.fi! 

1 BEDROOM WITH DINING 
room, living room, fireplace, stove, 
fridge, redeeorated, immediate oc¬ 
cupancy. 4T9-1S18. 

JUNE 1ST. ESQUIMALT 2-BED- 
room suite In 4 Wex. Fridge, stove, 
drapes. cablevirian and water 
Included. *155. 304-128L 

DUPLEX. 3 BEDRMS. AND 2 
bathrms. 1779 Laval off Blair. *175. 
3K5-34.W, Byron Price A Associates 
Ltd. 

MAYFAIR — MODERN. SIDE-BY- 
atde duplex. 2 bedrooms and utIHty 
room. *135 per month. No pets. 383- 
3735, after 6 p.m. 

1ARGE. 2*4 BEDROOMS. THETIS 
Lake area. Washer, dryer, fridge 
and stove. 477-610* or 4760335. 

1 BEDROOM, STOVE. FRIDGE, 
water. *125 month. Small child 
welcome. 382-6370. 

FAIRFIELD — 2-BEDROOM SIDE- 
hy-slde, vacant May 15, stove and 
fridge. Working couple preferred. 
040. 384-5928. 

FAIRFIELD. JUNE 1ST. 3 BED- 
rooms. Drapes, stove, fridge end 
utilities Included. *150. 384-92®. 

QUIET TENANTS WANTED FOR 7- 
room suite. water and heat 
included. 3867374. 

UPPER 2 - BEDROOM, FAIR- 
tteld duplex, from May 15. Garage, 
wall-to-wall, stove, fridge, cable TV. 
*170 Includes heat, water. 384-2362. 

8XS l-BEDROOM STOVE, 
fridge, water Included. Walking 
distance. June 1st *130. 4767790. 

2-BEDROOM SUITE, FRIDGE AND 
stove. Heat and hot water Included. 
990 Tolmle Avenue. 

2 BEDROOM SIDE BY SIDE, 
water view. Drapes Included. *150. 
47673*6. 

3 BEDROOM. FULL BASEMENT, 
drive-ln garage. *175. 3866668 

210 HOU8ES TO RENT 
UNFURNISHED 

$95 

2334 DOWLER PLACE 

3-BDRMS., full basement. OOM. 

$250 

3450 BERESFORD STREET 

Comfortable two-bedroom home 
with seclusion and a view. Avail¬ 
able June L 

P. R. BROWN A SONS LTD. 

7«2 Fort Street 3863435 

*170—1756 ADA N AC. 3-bedroom 
home on quiet street near Jubilee 
Hospital. Modern structure and 
very dean. Available month end. 

*140-538 LANGFORD. 3 bedrooms. 
In Victoria West Available month 
end. 

055-1758 ARMSTRONG. Nice 2- 
bedroom home tn Oak Bay on quiet 
street Available month end. 
PEMBERTON. HOLMES LTD., 
384-8126 

GORDON HEAD 
TOWNHOUSES 

—2 and 3-bedroom townhouse# 

—Wall-to-wall carpet and vinyl 

—Enclosed courtyard. Tull base¬ 
ment 

—Finished recreation room: Cable- 
vMfltt 

—Fridge, stove, washer and dryer 

—Close to all schools, new shopping 
centre and bus route. 

CHILDREN WELCOME 

To View Please Contact 
Resident Manager 

Phone 477-5422 or 477-4876 

3045 EASTDOWNE 

OAK BAY 

Vary nioe 6bedroom home, living 
room with fireplace, large dining 
room, electric kitchen, kitchen 
nook, rumpus room with bar. Drive- 
ln garage. OU heat May 15. *250. 
Callour office to view. 

BROWN BROS. AGENCIES 
385-8771 anytime 

AVAILABLE JUNE 1ST. OAK BAY 
area, 4-bedroom home. Living 
mom. dining room, kitchen, rumpus 
room, playroom, double plumbing. 
Close to shopping area. 2 blocks 
from WUlows Beach. *250 per 
month. 1 year lease required. 
Apply Victoria Press Box 454. 

4181 QUADRA STREET 

Modern attractive 2-bedroom house, 
close to bus. Jtma 1 occupancy. 
Rent *175 per month. Drive by. but 
please do not disturb tenant. Phone 
B. C. Hydro legal department 382- 
9261. 

THREE BEDROOM. 1*4 BATH- 
room. View Royal home for rent, 
*175 to suitable tenant Drive by 
121 Klngham Place. Available June 
1. Please reply with full particulars 
and references to Victoria Press, 
Box 440. 

2-BEDROOM BUNGALOW. LIVING 
room, cabinet kitchen. Gonzales- 
Oak Bay border. Include# fridge 
and range. Adults only, no dogs, 
references required. *135 per 
month. 502-0150. 

1.6 ACRES 

4-mile circle, 3-bedroom home, wail- 
lo-waU carpeting. fuB basement. 1*4 
hath*. Large separate garage. 

Available May 15th. *190. 4765030. 

R O CKHEIGHTS. 3 BEDROOM, 
separate dining, large living room, 
fireplace, rumpus room, sundeck. 
High view lot. Rent *340. Available 
July 1st 384-4301 or 3844838. 

800 PARKLAND DRIVE *195. NICE 

4 bdrm, separata DR. larga yard 

"cal^DON STRIPLING 3R61381 
CANADA PERMANENT RENTALS 

LANGFORD. LARGE 2 OR 6 
bedroom home, oil heat stove, 
fridge, large fireplace Must be 
seen inside to be appreciated. 476 
3582. 

COWICHAN BAY, 2-BEDROOM, 
full basement oU heat, wired for 
electric stove and dryer. *125. 
Require references 7462001. 

3949 MILLSTREAM ROAD 
Modern 1 bedroom cottage, avail¬ 
able Immediately, suit older couple. 
*95 per month. 478-5127. 

1842 FELTHAM RD. 3 BED- 
rooms, full basement. *137.50. 
Available June 1st 3868191. 

2-BEDROOM HOUSE. FULL 
basement, In James Hay, *140 a 
month. 4761913. 

4137 GLANFORD AVENUE. 2 BED- 
rooms. full basement *140. Avail¬ 
able June 1. 386*191. 

FOR RENT. 12X52. 2-BEDROOM 
mobile home. Furnished or unfur¬ 
nished. Cobble HIM area. 743-2633. 

SEE OUR AD UNDER CLASS. 306 
Duplexes to Rent. August Construc¬ 
tion. 

AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY. 
Modern 2 bedroom, 2 garages, 
adults. *165. 598-4060. 

580 PHELP’S AVE. 3-BEDROOM, 
full basement sfov# and fridge, 
carport 478-5415. 

4-BEDROOM HOME ON BUS 
route, close to school. Esquimau. 
AM-0790 

3 BEDROOM HOME. WELL KEPT, 
dose to Simpsons Scare. 582-7090 
evenklgs. 

3 BEDROOM HOUSE. NEWLY 
painted, dost to Vic High. 382-5621. 

OAK BAY. 2-BEDROOM. AVAIL- 
able May SL *105 a month. 502-7O1L 

til HOUSES TO BENT 
FURNISHED 

DEEP COVE 
WATERFRONT 

Beautifully furnished home tor 
seclusion and gracious living with 2 
golf courses nearby. Available May 

U PEMBERTON. HOLMES LTD. 
384413* 

FURNISHED 3-BEDROOM EXECU- 
tive type home. All utilities sup¬ 
plied, *225. Also 1 furnished bache¬ 
lor autte, utilities supplied. Malahat 
Drive. 4765390. 

FOR JUNE, JULY. AUGUST, 
targe older home, near beach, bus 
and park. Very comfortable. Fully 
furnished. 3834551. 5964783. 


HOUSES TO RENT 
FURNISHED 


2 BEDROOM HOUSE. SOUTH OAK 


r » B rsass.’2!i 


l-BEDROOM 
tage. available 
retired 


FURNISHED COT- 
> Immediately. Suit 


•SK 


CENTRE. SEMI- 


• BEDROOMS. fULLl 

fumlibed. June 13 to Sept 382-3173. 


HOUSES WANTED 
TO RENT 


LARGE FURNISHED HOME. 3 OR 
‘ bedroom*, preferably near the 
iveralty, required for a one-year 
r _iod. about August 1. Would 
exchange for similar home In 
Ottawa. Contact: B. Black. <2 
t Drive. Ottawa 6, 


Queensllni 

Ontario. 


848 FORT. GROUND FLOOR OF- 
flce, semi-furnished. 302-1901. 


RESPONSIBLE RETIRED Busi¬ 
ness couple wishes house or suite, 
rent free or reduced. In exchange 
for gardening and raretaklng by 
male. References. 479-5306. 


2SO PERSONAL LOANS 
and INSURANCE 


LET (JS RENT YOUR HOUSE. WL 
have client* waiting tor two and 


2 OR 3 BEDROOM UNFURNISHED 
•far, family of 3 adults, 
restored man. references Love 

WM’ as 

Could be option to purchase. 


„ RENTALS WANTED 
Complete management services by 
trained and comp 3 — 1 -* 


IF YOU CANNOT SELL YOUR 
home, we have reliable Unant* 
waiting to rent. Phone Mr. Keen. 
Boorman Investment Co. Ltd.. 386 
9212. 


SECLUDED COTTAGE ON ISLAND 

or vicinity. Responsible; references 
supplied. Immediately, year round. 
M. Webb. 2465 W. 6 No. 20L 
Vancouver. B.C. 


21$ HALLS. WAREHOUSES, 
STORES and OFFICES 
TO RENT OR WANTED 


FOR RENT. 12X52, 2-BEDROOM 
mobile home. Furnished or unfur¬ 
nished. Cobble Hill area. 743-3633. 


—-rates. 

PEMBERTON HOLMES LTD. 
3B4-8136 


ed and competent personal 
DON STRIPLING 386-1361 
CANADA PERMANENT TRUST 


RESERVE NAVY OFFICER AND 
wife require furnished accommoda¬ 
tion. June 1st to August 31st 
Walking distance to Jubilee Hospl 
tal or Naval Base. 478-6948. 


SMALL HOUSE OR COTTAGE TO 
rent July L Permanent. With stove 
and fridge. Elderly couple. Quiet 
location. Victoria Press, Box 473. 


RELIABLE FAMILY NEEDS 3 
bedroom home by end of May. 
Keen gardener. Fairfield district 
preferred. 3864)633. 


FAMILY WISHES TO RENT 
house on beach. July 18-25. Parks- 
vllle, Quail cum or Shawnigan. 598- 
MOT. 

FAMILY OF 4 WISHES 2-BED- 
room house. Esqulmait area pre 
ferred. 383-7546. 


RESPONSIBLE YOUNG COUPLE 
want small house or cottage. 479- 
3794. 


Low - rental houses - suites urgently 
needed, furnished or unfurnished. 
HOUSING REGISTRY - 386-37W 


WORKING COUPLE WITH 2 DOGS 
seek small house In secluded area, 
near bus route. 385-7538. 


RESPONSIBLE ADULT WOT Id) 
like small cottage In country with 
fridge and stove. 386-6433. 


MODERN PRESTIGE 
OFFICE SPACE 
FOR RENT 


2nd MORTGAGE LOANS 
FROM PRIVATE FUNDS 
WITHOUT BONUS 
At a fully-disclosed and reasonable 
interest cost chargeable only from 
the data of loan to the day of 

sr< 


600 and 1,000 sq. ft. 


KER & STEPHENSON 
LTD. 

385-3411 


RETAIL STORE 
OR OFFICE 


prox. 850 sq. ft. Heated, reasonsbli 


- Private and 
dispk 
Rent 


d general office or 
- Heated — Safa — 


Small Store — Cadboro Bay Rd. 
Opposite Oak Bay High School. 
Rem 850. 


BE FIRST WITH 

A. 

B. 

C. 


ALEXIS BUILDING 
895 FORT ST. 


Office area ffom 280 sq. ft. to 900 
sq. ft. now available with rents 
starting from $85 per month. 
Includes hydro, heat, water and 
Janitor services. 


P. R. BROWN & SONS 
LIMITED 

762 Fort Street 385-3435 


FORT ROYAL 
MEDICAL BUILDING 

1900 RICHMOND 


Desirable office area approx, 
sq. ft. now available. 

Contact: 

P Jt BROWN A SONS LIMITED 
762 Fort Street 385-- 


$60 


Ground floor office space in new 
apt. block. Includes: heat, hydro, 
water. Available May 1. Contact: 

P. R. BROWN A SONS LTD. 

782 Fort Street 385-3435 


ESQUIMALT INDUSTRIAL ROW 
3,400 sq. ft. warehouse, including 2 
mezzanine. IT ceiling, 8357 per 
month. Two large carpeted offices, 
plus reception area. 6x10 office. 8173 
month. One large office and recep- 
area. *110 month. 386-8435. 


PRTMF. OFFICE SPACE 
INTERNATIONAL HOUSE 
Attractive leasing terms. Also 5.000 


sq. ft. whouse area for rent. 
BOULTBEE, SWEET REALTY 


_IE, SWEE 

LIMITED, Yorkshire Trust i 
388-5561. 


Douglas. 
Heat at 


md Janitor 
parking ava 


led. very 
383-052B, 


2400 9Q. FT.. 88B0 PER MONTH. 
615 Yates Street, to be altered t« 
suit tenant, long lease. Suitable for 
•lot e or office, Inquire 8. McIntosh. 


VERSATILE STORE, 800 SQ. rr. 
Retail or office. Suit anything. 
Front and rear entrances 8115. 
including hast 943 Kings. 479-5641. 


818 AND 822 CORMORANT 
Ground level or office space, 
and 400 Rent Includes 2 parking 
spaces each. Royal Trust, 388-4311. 


APPROX. 300 SQ. FT. OF OFFICE 
space. Including private office and 
bathroom. Heat and Mght Included. 
875 month. 388-7331. 


APPROX. 4500 SQ. FT. WARE- 
house space. Central location. 75c 

Montreal Trust 886-2111 L. 85 


H5 HALL*, WAREHOUSES 
STORES Md OFFICES 
TO RENT OR WANTED 


BROUGHTON BUILDING 
Dow nto w n — 806 ■ 1040 sq. ft Air 
Conditioned - reiqnabla rent? 
Royal Trust Co. 388-4Si. 


YARROW BUILDING 
d and professional suites. 390 
40 so. ft. reasonable r ‘ 

1 Trust 388-4311. 


STORK 1300 SO. rr SUITABLE 
sr y^j b usiness. Parking available. 


an 8QUARE FEET IN CENTRAL, 
modern street-level office building. 
Appointment to Mew. 883-8614. 


June 1st 8175. Royal Trust 388-431L 


- 4?£am. 1 


IF YOU NEED MONEY 
FOR ANY REASON 


These are all well secured first 
mortage*. Call Vincent Holmes, *84- 


Approx. Mtge. 
Monthly Pgnt. 

Si 


1ST MORTGAGE. 85.000 AT 12 PER 
cent, 5-year term. 859 per month. A 
new house on 10. acres. Nanaimo 
area. A-lp convenience. Property 
value 830.000. For further details. 


Examples on loans with amortisa¬ 
tion to 15 years. 

1st and 2nd Mortgages arranged. 
Agreements and Mortgages pur¬ 
chased. 


813.365 1ST AGREEMENT AT 11*. 
per month 4-yr. term, 8500 
Mint M. E. Bnuthwalte. Finan¬ 
cial Survey Ltd.. 384-9305. Res. 592- 


AVIS. 1394 Hillside 
386-9715 ; 386-9046 Evenings 


A FEW SECOND MORTGAGES 


MONEY 
For any reason. 

Contact 

ISLAND FINANCES LTD 
-6381 762 Fort St. 

Locally owned and operated 
Since 1925. 


for Sale, nice yield. Doug Baring- 

fa—a r-UaA n- -i« - ** — «*-, 


PALADIN HAS GUN WILL 
TRAVEL 

WE HAVE MONEY WILL LEND. 
STAN CRAIG. 382-7276. Town A 
Country Realty Ltd. 


340 


MORTGAGE LOANS 
and INSURANCE 


.ONE CALL 
ONE STOP 

INSTANT MORTGAGE 
FINANCING 


MONEY IMMEDIATELY AVAIL¬ 
ABLE on your property whether 
paid for or not for first, second or 
mortgsges of equity, any amount, 
any reason. If you are In doubt as 
to your borrowing power of equity 
in your home give us a call, at no 
obligation to you. 


For fast, confidential and courteous 
service, In our office or In your 
home, cal us today for details 
concerning our LOW PAYMENT, 
LOW INTEREST LOANS. 


WE PURCHASE EXISTING 
MORTGAGES AND AGREEMENTS 
FOR CASH. 


R E FINANCING OF EXISTING 
MORTGAGE OUR SPECIALTY. 


MORTGAGE DEPT. 
385-9741 


24 HOUR SERVICE 


J. A Henderson Realty Ltd., 
1010 Blanshard St or 
John Lukaz, Res. 592-1906 


CAN USUALLY OBTAIN A 
HIGHER PRICE for your second 
mortgage or agreement VICTORIA 
and UP-ISLAND Your document 
can be appraised for Immediate 
sale for cash without obligation or 
I will arrange a loan against this 
plan which Is best for your circum- 


COUNTRY, UP-ISLAND 
AND GULF ISLANDS 
MORTGAGES 

REFINANCING A SPECIALTY 


VACANT LAND AND 
LAND DEVELOPERS 
LOANS ANYWHERE 

Please Call Mr. Thomas at 

DOUGLAS HAWKES LTD. 

990 Blanshard St 

Res. 479-6382 


384-7139 


SECOND 

MORTGAGE MONEY 


Canada’* leading second 
mortgage company will loan 
you $1600 to $10,000 or more 
— quickly and confidertftklly. 


—No hidden chargee — No bonus — 
No arrangement fees 


. competitive Interest rates 


—Prepayment privilege at any time 

Existing mortgages and 
agreements also purchased 
for cash. 


C.A.C. REALTY LIMITED 
1083 Fort St. 

Phone 384-9371 


INTEREST RATES 


GOING UP? 

NO. COMING DOWN 
Now Is the best time to check your 
mortgage and mortgage payments. 
Take advantage of your equity and 
refinance those high interest mort¬ 
gages while rates are at their 
lowest levels in years. 

Refinancing can free money for 
'ou now and can save you many 
hundreds of dollars In money costs 
We can arrange maximum financ¬ 
ing at the lowest rates available. 
For full Information quickly and 
confidentially call: 


MORTGAGE DEPARTMENT 
BLOCK BROS. REALTY LTD. 
1800 Blansluu d SL 


IF YOU HAVE A MORT¬ 
GAGE or an agreement on 
which you are collecting 
payments but would hke to 
sell your equity tor cash, 
’phone Eric Charman at 886 
9765. Quick decisions — 
Highest prices — Confiden¬ 
tial service. We have lota 
of funds for new first and 
second mortgages at ewn- 
petitive rates and repay¬ 
ment terms to suit your 
budget. Charman Pacific 
Realty Ltd.. 608 Broughton 


MORTGAGE 

FINANCING 


For Jpuicliase oi consolidation of 
debt* Cut your monthly payments 
In half. 


Amount 

83000 

84000 

15000 


Approx. Mthy Pay’t 

823.64 

847.27 

159.09 


Examples of loans with amortization 
to 15 years. 1st and 2nd mortgages 
arranged. Agreements and Mr>rt- 
gagea purchased. Call BERNIE 
LeDUC at 386-1214 or 386-3975 evs. 
M P Tetiier Securities Ltd. 


WANTED 

Your 2nd mortgage or agreement 
for sale. Too market price paid. 
Turn that small monthly payment 
Into cash now! 

Call N. Jlyde 
Woodley Eififte* Ltd. 

852 Fort St 
388-7361 


MONEY TO LOAN 

If you own your own horns and 
want to borrow from 82503-815.000 
tor any purpose, we now have 
preferred mortgage Interest rates 
in effect 


P. R. BROWN k SONS LTD. 

762 Fort St 385- 


MORTGAGE LOANS 
and INSURANCE 


MORTGAGE LOANS 

Bee available up 


rates Quick decisions. " ’ ” 

BROWN BRO& AGENCIES LTD. 


11X Blanshard 


385-8771 


MONET TO LOAN OH MORT- 
gage*. Quick derisions Also agree, 
manta and montages purchased tor 
cash. See us for top price- 
A. BERNARD * CO. LTD 
CSS Fort Street 184 9335 


PALADIN HAS GUN WILL 

WE HAVE MONEY WILL LEND. 
STAN CRAIG. 382-7276, Town A 
Country Realty Ltd. 


CASH FOR YOUR MORTGAGE OR 
Agreement for Sale. Quick derisions 
and highest prices paid. M. Braith¬ 
walte, Financial Survey Ltd.. 384- 
9306: Res. 592-0638. 


334 


MORTGAGES 

FOR SALE 


FIRST QUALITY 
MORTGAGES 

18.000. 9*4%, *125 per mo. 
88.500, in*, gw per mo. 
-* 


810 . 000 , 10 *. tioo per mo. 


For a confidential interview, 
financial statement and full 
details, contact: 


Pemberton, Holmes Ltd. 


JOHN A. RELLING 

REALTOR 

COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL 
REAL ESTATE 

Off.: 388-5451 Res.: 477-6101 


235 WANTED TO BORROW 


also land. 3864193. 

FIRST MORTGAGE FUNDS RE- 
qulred, on new and ulder homes. 


adjacent to busy__JHL- 

increaalng. Equipment as new. 
Good lease. A dandy Investment at 
822.000 wlUi 813.000 down. 


BUSINESS 

OPPORTUNITIES 


NON FOOD VENDING 
ROUTES 

GUARANTEED RETURN 
ON INVESTMENT 


New exciting non-rood vending 
routes now available In Victoria 
and throughout British Columbia. 
Establish yourself on the ground 
floor of a rapidly growing business, 
which has been successfully 
marketed In the U.S. and now 
available throughout Canada. 


MOBILE HOME PARK 
VANCOUVER ISLAND 

Highway and waterfront location. 
Sixteen permanent mobile home 
sites, two rental cottages and 
lovely 3-bedroom home for owners. 
Very nice Income with W*v ex¬ 
penses. Excellent for semi-retire¬ 
ment. Full price 878,000. Owner will 
accept 827,000 down. 


Jfes we will consider part-time 
operators but they must be 
expansion minded. 


We are only interested In people 
who can start Immediately and 
have available a cash Investment 
of 8999 to 84995 which Is fully 
secured by products Inventory and 
machines Earnings can grow to 
81.000 per month and more. 


MARINA AND 129 ACRES 

Where can you get waterfront for 
877 a foot frontage or acreage with 
over a mile of waterfront at less 
than 84.000 an acre? I can offer 
you this plus a large o[>eraUng 
marina and two houses for only 
8400.000. 


LOCATIONS 
SECURED BY OUR 
OWN LOCATIONS 
DEPARTMENT 
NO SELLING 
NO SOLICITING 


9.5 beautiful sloping acres to over 
700’ of ocean front. 3 houses. 45 
camp sites, bath house, part of a 
salt water lagoon. Words can’t 
describe this, you must see It. 
Asking 899.875. Call 


If you have 5 to 10 hours per week, 
dependable car and meet the above 
investment requirements you may 
write. Your first letter should 
contain your phone number amt 
sufficient references to verify: 
Write: 

SEAVTEW 


DISTRIBUTING 
B.C. LTD. 

Vancouver, AMF. B.C. 


URGENT SALE 
REQUIRED 


6 two-bedroom and 2 one-bedroom 
units, fully furnished on main 
highway in finest resort area. 
Rustic design, beautifully land¬ 
scaped. Opposite beach. Ideal for 
retired couple or family. Shows 
good profit. Full price 863,000 with 
820.000 down. Good terms. All 
details from B. L. Knelson. c-o 
Nanaimo Realty. Co. Ltd., 17 
Church St., Nanaimo. B.C. 


Grocery store, meat de¬ 
partment, living quarters 
and gas pumps. Located on 
three valuable lots in 6-mile 
circle. Owners MUST sell, 
will consider trades and 
lease possibilities. Asking 
$56,000. TRY YOUR OF¬ 
FERS. Will consider trades 
and lease possibilities. BILL 
PAIJ’REY, 284-8001, Broad¬ 
view Properties Ltd. 


OWN A 


PROFITABLE 

KAMPGROUND 


“KOA” 


Become a successful member of 
KOA, largest international system 
of de luxe, family campgrounds. 
Cash In on the booming leisure- 
recreaUdh Held. Modest Investment 
brings Instant cash-flow and strong 
earning*. Proven operating meth¬ 
ods. Choice Canadian areas still 
available. Write: KOA 'Canada) 
Ltd.. Dept. VC. 614 Sixth Ave.. 
S.W. Calgary 1. Alberta, for free 
information. 


DON’T HESITATE—GET INTO 
THE motel-hotel business before 
tourist season begins. 

In Victoria— 

10 units plus beautiful owner 

home. . „ . 

11 units near new hospital 

development. _ 

16 units In choice One 
location. 

In Duncan— . 

12 units plus excellent owner s 
quarters. 

In Sooke— ._ , 

9 units waterfront plus three 
bedroom owner home. 

Have also four hotels available. 
You could be THE OWNER of any 
of these before June 1st Please 
call IRA FREEDMAN of Mayfair 
Realty, 386-2955 or 592-0511. 


MOTEL COMPLEX? 
Develop your own on this 3*4 
SEA VIEW SITE well locate*. ™ 
Trans Canada Highway with 
access <20 m*na) 
Victoria. A spadous 4-plex 
gives instant revenue. Owner s ■uiic 
can be converted to restaura nt a nd 
lounge. <Licence can be obtained). 
Well designed to accommodate 20 
or more units and an Ideal location 
for a swimming pool. For full 
Information on this excellent oppor 

Wife 111 " 1 MR 1 (iHEF.NE SMI* 
PEMBERTON. H OLMES LTD. 

INDEPENDENCE 
PLUS 3 BDRMS. 

The chance of a lifetime located « 
miles from dty centre. An 18-seater 
COFFEE BAR plus 100-150 capacity 
DINING ROOM ptu* OWN LfVINt) 
QUARTERS. No opposition and 
here are your clients and neigh 
bors, the area* busiest Inn. approx. 
90 house trailers, a camper trailer 
——. - new housing develop- 


park ana a new pausing 
meat Dining area could easily be 
converted Into a store. IBargain 
e 124.000. ALBAN BOWES. 476 
or 386-3231. Block Bros. Realty. 


DRIVE-IN RESTAURANT 
BUTCHART GARDENS 
CORNER 

This thriving business has take-out 
fadllUes, restaurant facilities. and 
gas pumps. Large comer lot with 
lota of room for expansion. Living 
quarters attached. Price of 153.800 
includes land, buildings, equipment 
and business furnishings. ’* 

Call 

384-8126 


FOR SALE. SERVICE STATION 

Highway! 

50 miles Weat of Edmonton. Good 
payroll area. With feed lot, cattle 
ranchers and farmers In area. 
Hotel and cafe next door. Good 
aalea lot with 490 ft. on highway. 
1.9 acres total size. Building 32x75. 
Gas heated. Terms, trade for 
Island property. Phone 652-2132. 


BE YOUR OWN BOSS. YOUR 
time, nice second Income, set 
'Ing machines^ complete. 


spare t 

of 1 \ _ 

Interested, pie 


e phone 384-2340. 


NANAIMO. 16 3-BEDRM. SUITES 
built 1965. 8146,000 - 810.000 to 
approved credit. A. Klenman, Town 
• Country Realty. 382-7276 


DUE TO GOVERNMENT REGULA- 
tlons. Partner required. Victoria, 
Kamloops, Cranbrook. Writ# P.O. 
Box 36 


TRANSFER BUSINESS. GOOD- 
Will Phone and truck. 383-8824. after 
6 p.m. 


$4* 


BUSINESS 

OPPORTUNITIES 


TRUST CO. LTD. 
3280 Douglas Street 


WE OFFER FOR SALE 
SEVERAL 
LARGE 
MOTELS 
AND 

APARTMENT BLOCKS 


OFFER YOUR TRADE 


COUNTRY STORE 
HOME AND GAS 

Highway comer location on Van¬ 
couver Island, near river and sea 
fishing. Groceries, fishing tackle 
and gas tales. Immaculate two- 
bedroom living quarters plus rental 
or guest cottage. Reasonably priced 
at 839.90Q - plus stock with some 


VANCOUVER ISLAND 
LAUNDROMAT 


OUTBOARD REPAIRS 
Owner says sell as he Is holding 
down one Job and cannot hold both. 
Business has grown rapidly and can 


_ particulars on above by 

writing Fred Weatnedge. c-<» Na¬ 
naimo Realty Co. Ltd., 17 Church 
St.. Nanaimo. B.C. or phone 754- 
2B11 or eves. 7M-7670. 


YOUR OWN RESORT 


GRAE LANGSTON 
386-8596 

Island Pacific Realty. 388-6231 


RESORT MOTEL 
QUA LI CUM BEACH 
VANCOUVER ISLAND 


COIN-OP LAUNDROMAT- 

Plua 8 dry clean machines In 
expanding shopping centre. Would 
show good return to owner- 
operator. Sacrifice 819.900 (cash) 
or consider property trades. 

TED BOWDEN. 479-1479 
NATIONAL TRUST. 3862961 


BREAD AND PASTRY 
Ctty bakery with excellent opera¬ 
tion statement Priced for quick 
sale at 818.900 with term. Phone 
PETER TER VEER at 388-7115 or 
Res. 4761588. 

Ettema Realty Ltd. 


MOTORCYCLE 
SALES AND SERVICE 

Excellent opportunity for an 
aggressive, mechanically Inclined 
person. Franchised dealership for 
Yamaha motorcycles. This Is a 


young business showing good 
growth and good potential. Asking 
814.000 for all stock and equipment. 


equlpmei 

Call FRED CHOWN. 7465171 or 
Re*. 7466848 

H. W. DICKIE LIMITED 

Duncan. B.C.. 74651T1 
"We Sell The Island” 


ATTENTION 
GORGE HOSPITAL 
EMPLOYEES 


Tastefully redecorated triplex, fully 
rented, produces 8340 per month 
Income. Happily It’s within easy 
walking distance of the hospital, 
bus lines, schools and shopping. 
Excellent mortgaging and terms. 
Trades considered. 


SUBURBAN GROCERY 
TRADE YOUR HOME 

Well established grocery business 
located on a busy comer. Great 
potential for a family operation, 
with 3-BR living accommodation 
above store. Land, building and 
equipment Included In the realistic 
price of 847,500. Vendor would 
consider a home In trade. For 
more Information please call 
WAYNE SCOTT or STAN JAMES 
at 3862955 anytime. Mayfaii 
Realty. 


HERE IS AN EXCEPTIONAL 
proven business on Vancouver 
Island. Business, land and buildings 
included. Unlimited potential in 
increased business and capital 
appreciation of property. Reason¬ 
able down payment and easy terms 
on balance will provide the owner 
with a five figure Income as well 
a* pay off the balance. For details 
please call — WAYNE SOOTT. 386 
2955 or re*. 4766087. or STAN 
JAMES. 3862955. re*. 592-3740. 
Mayfair Realty Ltd. 


LICENSED KENNELS 

For boarding, breeding and train¬ 
ing. Also plenty of room to keep a 
horse or cow and chickens etc. 
Fruit trees, good garden soli. 
Comfortable two-bedroom home, 
full basement, approximately 3% 
acres fenced and cross-fenced, 
could be subdivided In two If 
required in future. City water. 4 >4 
miles from Victoria. Price 839,950 
Mrs. Webb. 477-3095 or 385-2471. 
Johnston and Co. 


Owner Is making money, as 
verified by hooks open for your 
Inspection. Fine operation In Che- 
main us. Building and extra lot 
Included at 847.000. Call or write 
Jim McIntosh. 684-5494 or 985-4151. 
Highland Realty. 3197 Edgemont 
Blvd.. North Vancouver. B.C. 


ART GALLERY 
TOP .LOCATION 

An Interesting little Art Gallery 
Reduced tor quick sale to 84.200. 
Good lease. For information please 


call: 


GWEN HARE 
382-8117 or 477-6083 
NEWSTEAD REALTY LTD. 


TERRIFIC OPPORTUNITY for the 
right person. Well established 
drapery sewing business for sale. 5 
sewing machines plus stock and 
fixture*. Situated In the heart of 
downtown. Must be sold quickly 
dus lo 111 health. ONLY 13.000 
RON MacDONALD. 3862111 
Montreal Trust 


KIDDY CARNIVAL RIDES, COT- 
ton candy, garnet, ate. Going 
business, spots hooked. Requires a 
not afraid to work. A good 


person 

family__ 

year. Terms to right person or 
trade tor property or acreage. Full 


price 810,6 


Victoria Press. Box 


BOOK STORE 

This established business must be 
sold due to illness. Wonderful 
husband and wife operation. New 
fixtures — and dean Inventory. 
Immediate takeover. Phone J. T. 
MILLS. 3863231. Block Bros. 
Realty. 


BEAUTY SALON 

Ideal location hi Sooke. Steady 
clientele with good tourist trad*. 
Asking 85.000 with terms. Call: 
LARRY QUAGLIOTTI. 4766009 
Island Pacific Realty. 388-6231 


S UALITY USED BOOK SHOP 
rindpals only. Victoria Pre**. 


USED BOOK BUSINESS 
For Sale 

Call 6662210 after 6 p.m. 


240 


BUSINESS 

OPPORTUNITIES 


A. 


RESTAURATEURS! I 


restaurant operation_ 

couple or family provides a good 

J -supplemented by an office 

service that provide# 
U opportunity tor Increased 
Good downtown location. 


Price 


$21,500 

K. H Jeffrey 
384-9335, 477-1551 Rea. 




MOTEL_ 

ALL-YEAR-ROUND' BUSINESS IN 

-.— ^--->-1 |g 


cturla. 880,000. d 
LOVELY S-B] 




eral of the units have KITCHENS. 
Tremendous possibilities for ex¬ 
pansion. PRESENT VOLUME (still 


growing) will PROVIDE A GOOD 
INCOME plus GOOD RETURN ON 
INVESTMENT. For further details 


MOTEL 

SMALL BUSINESS 
WANTED 

Have bona-fide purchaser tor Motel 


_Me purchaser 

or other business. Mi_ 

reasonable return. All reply# con¬ 
fidential. Prompt action and service 
by contacting Bemle L. Knelson 
anytime at Nanaimo Realty Co. 
Ltd., 17 Church St., Nanaimo, B.C. 
754-2311 or Eves. 758-5586 


BEAUTY SALON 
Wonderful opportunity for o 
have a bu 


iwn i hui w mcr 

this appealing duplex In tip-top 
condition. A real pleasure to show. 
Asking price, with eoins terms. Just 

L. MARSHALL 

Charman Partita Realty Ltd. 

9785 anytime. 


fast 


growing area with a tremen- 
potential. 4 dryers, 4 styling 


chairs. Located In a modem 
shopping centre. Asking 87,500. For 
more Information contact 

JOHN BARTON 
385-7761 (24 HRS.) 

D. F. HANLEY AGENCIES LTD. 


get started with smai 
Asking 83500. Call JIM HUNT 746 
3759. 

CANADA PERMANENT TRUST 
3861381 or DUNCAN 7468105 


OPPORTUNITY TO HAVE YOUR 
OWN BUSINESS 

Id this growing community with no 
local competition and approxi¬ 
mately 813.000 Investment you can 
own a retail business with good 
potential. Could be an Ideal couple 
arrangement. 

K. K. Dickson. 4764991 or 3H61361 
CANADA PERMANENT TRUST 
COMPANY 


PROFITABLE DOWNTOWN CARD 
AND GIFT SHOP. EXCELLENT 
OPPORTUNITY FOR MAN AND 
WIFE TEAM TO PLEASANTLY 
EARN GOOD INCOME. 'TOTAL 
INVESTMENT APPROXIMATELY 
819.000. SORRY NO PHONE IN¬ 
FORMATION. CALL TED WILLS 
FOR APPOINTMENTS: 3861361 OR 
477-8497. CANADA PERMANENT 
TRUST CO. 


EXPERIENCED LUMBERMAN 
Opportunity for someone with 
lumber experience to Join partner¬ 
ship In successful business without 
large Investment. Present owner 
wishes to become seml-actlve. K- 
E. DICKSON. *61361 or 479-4991. 

CANADA PERMANENT TRUST 


LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE, 
moving-storage business for sale. 
Fully licensed and Ideal set-up for 
2 partners or family concern. 
Owner must sell tor health reasons. 
Victoria Press. Box 445. 


19* CMC CAB-OVER TRUCK AND 
trailer for sale or lease to purchase. 
G.V.W. 76.000. plus hay contract. 
Used for hauling hay from Wash¬ 
ington. 656524L 


THRIVING SUPERMARKET 
located In fast growing area 25 
mile* from Victoria. Real potential 
here F N. Cabeldu Ltd. 383-7174 
(anytime) 


ESTABLISHED RETAIL AND 
service business (Victoria). Approx¬ 
imate growth. 850-880.000 per an¬ 
num. Cash 825.000. Stock at value. 
Victoria Press, Box 470. 


USED BOOK BUSINESS 
For Sale 

Call 6562210 after 6 p.m. 


241 BUSINE88 

OPPORTUNITIES 
WANTED 


WANTED TO LEASE: SERVICE 
station or purchase share 
existing outlet. Other type 
business would be considered, 
torts Press, Box 428. 


Vic- 


244 REVENUE PROPERTY 


TWO 

DUPLEXES 
(UP AND DOWN) 
DRIVE BY ONLY 


1—40 Government Street, 
Zoned R-3. Close to the Sea. 
Clould be family home. 
Available immediately. 

$28,900 


2-3220 Maple Street. 

Zoned Comm. H-4. At May- 
fair Shopping. Good rental 
area. 

$24,900 

MRS. MUSTERS - 385-3435 
P. R. Brown A Sons Ltd. 


GOOD INVESTMENTS 


DUPLEX — 423-423* PARRY ST. 
— BY PARLIAMENT BLDGS. 
- EXCELLENT CONDITION. 
825.000. 


APAETMENTS FOR INFLATION 
HEDGE: 

20 SUITES - 850.000 DOWN — 
BEACON HILL PARK. 

77 SUITES - BEACON HILL 
PARK 

17 SUITES - 6 %* 1ST MTGE. 
PRICE 1440,000. 

44 SUITES - 3 ELKS. FROM 
CTTY CENTRE. 8570,000. 


FOR INFORMATION PLEASE 
CALL 

THOS. E. ANDERSON 
484-2111 582-3358 

Montreal Trust 


WHY BUY A DUPLEX 
BUY THIS 5-PLEX! 

GOOD TERMS! 
REDUCED $5,000! 

FOR QUICK SALE! 

BUILT IN 1900 — 4 2-BR AND 1 1* 
BR STES. NO VACANCIES. EACH 
STE. HAS SEPARATE ENTRAN 
CES. OIL FURNACES. AND 
METERS. LOW OVERHEAD. IOW 
UPKEEP. GROSSES 10.840. NET. 
APPROX. 85,050. OWNER PAYS 
TAXES, WATER AND INSURANCE 
ONLY. 

New Reduced Price 
$53,500 

S. W. ANDERSON LTD. 
384-9328 Rea. 382-8017 


20 SUITES 

BEACON HILL PARK 
Da luxe apartment block. Duplex 
or other sms* property taken In 
trade. Price 8235.000. Open to offer 
of course. Call Mr. Shaver, 385-8794- 
Clarke A Wallace Realty Ltd. 


84 SUITES 
5 yean old, excellent return. No 
vacancies. Low Interest Mortgage. 
Full Price 8880,000. Call lAr. 
Fortune at Island Hornet Ltd. 2504 
Douglas St. 3867545, 


COMMERCIAL BLOCK 
Consists at 3 very nice suites plus 3 
water 1 —“—-*~ 


parking area. Grossing 


heating, ample 
sing 89500 E 


Byron Price A Associates Ltd. 


944 REVENUE PROPERTY 


NOT A CONVERSION 
2-SUITE BLOCK 
1500 and 1300 SQ. FT. 

ONLY $34,250 

No doubt the SMARTEST 
LARGEST suites In any rentable 
property In a LOCATION SECOND 
TO NONE - QUIET street - 
secluded - HEALTHFUL GARDEN 
backs on dty park — do—In 
near shops, bus and schools. E 
suit* has LARGE living room 
BIG dining room - two AMPLE 
E bedroomi 


SPACIOUS 


HOT WATER hast. Definitely a 
MUST SEE!! 

JOHN BISHOP 479-1667 


RES. 656-2308 

J. H. Whittom# A Co. Lid. 
Royal Oak Branch 


CHOICE FAIRFIELD! 
MODERN-ATTRACTIVE 
CHARACTER DUPLEX 


You’ll fal In love with the Interior 
of this heeuty. m choice location of 
Fairfield, oioee to park and the 
sea Both sides of this full- 
basement duplex contain 2-twln size 
bedrooms, 16 x 20 living room with 
fireplace, with smart kitchen and 
dining room. The lower level of one 
has complete entertainment centre 
consisting at lounge and sitting 
room, etc., while the other side 
3rd bedroom down. OOM T 

drive-in garages, secluded pi_ 

easy to care lot Don’t fall to see 


FAIRFIELD DUPLEX 
PRICE $21,000 

Situated in a prime rental area, 
this neat clean up and down duplex 


features large 2-bedroom suite on 
main floor with use of full 
basement. One-bedroom suit* up¬ 
stairs. Each suite pays own heat 
and electricity. Annual gross 
revenue Is 82,520. Expense* are 
extremely low. This property can 
be purchased with a low down 
payment and the present owner 
wtH carry the balance. To view 
call: 

STAN EAKIN 

386-7761 OR 4765618 
D. F. Hanley Agencies Ltd. 


IMMACULATE 17 YR. OLD 
FOUR-PLEX 
1163 11® FORT 

Excellent revenue location. Always 
fuAy rented. Two 2-bedrm and two 
bachelor suites. All completely self- 
contained. Well landscaped, large 
lot. Stoves and refrigerators In each 
suite Included In asking price of 
849.500. Excellent NO TERM financ¬ 
ing with reasonable down payment. 
To view call: 

MAURICE BARLTROP 
385-7721 384-4554 

HAROLD WARE 

385-7721 508-4338 

GARDNER REALTY LTD. 

899 FORT ST. 


MODERN 

SIDE BY SIDE DUPLEX 
CEDAR HILL-WAY 


Fresh on the market sparkling 
white duplex located on s quiet 
street with Mt Tolmle view*. 2 
bedrooms each side, full base¬ 
ments — drive-ln garage*. Separate 
Auto OH furnaces and meters. 
Fridges and stoves Incl 

Full Price 834.500 
DICK JAMES. 385-M61 
Swlnerton, Stewart Clark, Ltd. 


$4500 DOWN 
1 YEAR-OLD DUPLEX 
3 BEDROOMS EACH SIDE 


Modem duplex located on a quiet 
cul-de-sac in Colwood featuring: 
Cab. electric kitchens, sparkling 4- 
Pce. bathrooms, step-saver utility 
rooms, wall-to-wall carpets. Full 
Price. *34.500. 

DICK JAMES. 385-2481 
Swlnerton. Stewart Clark, Ltd. 


DUPLEX 

FORT AND OAK BAY 

Apt. zoned key lot Spacious suites. 
Full basement Good rental and 
holding property. Full Price 824,000. 

TERRY PURDEN 
or GEORGE DEVLIN 
CONCORD REALTY LTD. 
388-5471 


SMALL APARTMENT BLOCKS 
Good Investment properties seen 
be Increasing In value. If your 
thinking of such an Investment 
don’t wait. Trade Into one of the**: 

4 suites. 845,nno 
10 suites, 8129.non 
14 suites, *149.800 
18 suites. *198.000 

JACK DOBSON. 3861361 or 658-5676 
CANADA PERMANENT TRUST 
COMPANY 


REVENUE 
Business block on lower Johnson 
St. containing 2 rentals. Solid 2- 
storey brick building — good 
holding proposition. Asking *48,500. 

10 SUITES 

Sale or trade for large block — 
Fort and Cook location. *45.000 cash 
down payment could handle. For 
pa rticulars call E. F. Smith, 385- 

BROWN DROS. ON BLANSH/.<RD 


SIDE BY SIDE 
DUPLEX 


On quiet street In Jubilee Ho#, 
area. 2 Bedrms.. each side. One 
side plus basement suite rent* 8210 
Mthly. Owners side has extra 
Bedrm.. or rec Rm. In Bamt. 2 
drive-ln garages. Hu* Large car- 
p.*1 Landscaped. Immaculate out¬ 
side and In. Price *38.800. terms. 
C. U. SIN DEN, 382-7276, Town A 
Country Realty Ud 


DUPLEX 
FAIRFIELD 
This up and down duplex Is situated 
close to everything. Both suites 
have 2 bedrooms. Showing good 
return on Investment. Note the 
price of only 823,750 (Terms). Call 
Stuart Crickmay. 383-4161. res. 385- 
3170. 

C. G. REISTERMAN and CO. 


BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY 
Welding and sheet metal shop. 
Growing business In a stable 
community. All machinery .vehicles 
and equipment, included In the 

K ce of *100,000. To view contact 
i Winfrey. 7466161 or 748-8964. J. 
H. Whittome and Co. Ltd., 68 
Station Street. Duncan. B.C. _ 


BEACON HILL 
Gracious home overlooking 
Beacon Hill Park and close to 
sea with 4 bedrooms, living room, 
dining room and den Revenue 
from 3 rooms. *186 per month. 
Priced at 834.000 with 8 per cent 
financing. For viewing call Win 
Sanders. 3861361 or 477-6802 


DUPLEX - ESQUIMALT 
HOME PLUS INCOME 
WeH built spotless, tastefully reno¬ 
vated and decorated. No vacancies. 
Reduced to 822.950. Good Terms. 
RUTH LUKAITIS, 388-4271. 477-5306. 
J. H. Whittome and Co. Ltd. 


ESQUIMALT - 6-SUITE APT. 
Mode, electric heated. 5-1 D.R. and 
1-2 B.R. Each suite has own 
entrance and meters. Trouble free 
as tenant pays own heat and hot 
water. Groas 88084. Full price 
852.500. 5064184. No agents, please. 


I.OOKING FOR A GOOD 
INVESTMENT? 

4 spacious 1-bedroom Stea. Tip top 
condltloa easily rented. Well worth 

P. R. Brown A Sons Ltd. 


NEW SIDE-BY-SIDE DUPLEX. 
University area, ovsr 1600 sq ft. 
finished area each ride, 3 bed¬ 
rooms. large living room, teak and 
walnut kitchens, 2 fireplaces, full 
basement, by builder. *52.000. 477- 


DUPLEX CLOSE IN — ASKING 
Juat *19.800 Ind. appliances plus 
part furnished or your trade. Call 
U Ireland. Quadra Realty Ltd., 
3861431 or Res. 6368408 


MUST SELL, JUBILEE. *28.800. 

— ' con d 111 o n - 0 370 net 


revenue. *5.000 dowa 3 


US REVENUE 

PROPERTIES WANTED 


3630 SUITE APARTMENT 
I have a client looking for 20-30 
suite apartment I yra old or more, 
—' -■* building, requiring 


HAVE YOU A MODERN APT. 
Mock of around 30 suites that you 
want to trade for a smaller block? 
If so, call Leverton Realty, 305-0012, 
In confidence. 


SMALLER TYPE APARTMENT 
with owner accommodation. Prind- 
pals only. Phone evenings, 3861629. 


947 


COMMERCIAL OR 
INDUSTRIAL 
PROPERTIES 


HOUSES FOR SALE 


BRICK BUILDING 
$15,500 

In form of an excellent 5-bedroom 
home which U light Industry zoned 
and possibly you can use it tor 
whatever your needs may be. 
*15,500 with terms. Phone Victor 
— 3862458. Byron Price A 




CENTRAL SAANICH 

5.5 ACRES - INDUSTRIAL 
ZONED 7 

Cleared level land with 2 road 


frontages. Good location : 
market or warehouse. 


P. R. Brown A Sons Ltd. 


GOVERNMENT AT BAY 

n excellent Investment — 2 stores 
— 2 living suits — S good 

-*-- r —“— mum. 


financing, shows exceptional return. 
GILBERT W. CALVERT — 478-5472 
- Block Bros Realty Ltd., 3863231. 


JUST ON THE MARKET 
SHAWNIGAN LAKE 

Over 2 acres, high location, 
expansive lake view and well treed. 
Cosy cottage, living room 16x21. 
knotty pine, view windows and 
fireplace. Two bedrooms, kitchen 
with new oil stove and dinette 
space. 8undeck. Part basement hot 
air heat good water supply by 

On hydro. FLOAT ON THE LAKE. 

E Good terms arranged. Full pilot i 
,900. 

-M2*_ 384-3910 


15.400 SQ. FT. LIGHT INDUSTRIAL 
property for rent in Victoria of 
Douglas. 502-1064. 


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THESE TWO HOMES 
MUST BE SOLD 

1— TATTERSAL AREA - a fine 6 
bedroom (could be 5) home In a 
good area. Fully renovated 
Inside, large bright kitchen, 
nregtace. etc. Try your offer on 

2— FAIRFIELD - large 06x164 lot 
with good garden solL A good 
family home with 3 or more 
bedrooms. Excellent location. 

JIM WEST 


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BLOCK BROS. REALTORS 


OPEN 0 - 0 AND 
ALL DAY SATURDAY 
477-1841 

3636 SHELBOURNE 


WEEKEND DRIVEBYS 

1-—30U COLQUITZ - 2. ootid be 6 
BR home. Greenhouse, - 


BR home Greenhouse, garage, 
Urge lot —fruit trees — *23,000. 
3—1931 FERNDALE - 3 bra. cath. 


LOW DOWN PAYMENT 
4 BEDROOMS 
ONLY $17,900 

This 1350 sq. It. family home la an 
excellent buy at this price. Existing 
mortgage at low Interest rat* and 
can be assumed. Try your low 
down payment to (his existing 
mortgage and have no financing 
problems with a low monthly 
Payment For further Information 

384-8128 592-3703 

JIM WEST 


entrance, large LR with FP, lVt 
baths, rec room with bar and 
FP. sea view - *35,000. 

3- 4541 MONTPORD CR. - 4 bra. 

— 3 baths — large lot 

Immaculate. *39,900. 

4- 615 BROOKLEIGH - 3-BR split- 
level — new — secluded — .97 
ac. Bordering north end Elk 
Lake — *40,000. 

Duzz Main prize, 477-lSil or 0568288 


IN SIDNEY 

15—A delightful retirement cottage 
for those who think young. 
Actually It’s *14.900. 

25—A one-year-new family home, 
with 3 bedrooms and full high 
basement. Good terms. *25.500. 

30—An ’ ’entertaining’’ executive 
type home with many, many 
unusual interior features. My 
boss was transferred! *29,925. 

Call: KEN HARVEY 
6562397 - 477-1841 


BEAUTIFUL FAIRFIELD 

Make a wise investment In this 
large, roomy 3-BR home. It 
features a modem kitchen, large 
sen. DR and the kids can walk to 
school. Full price *18,000. Call 
Jeannette Cowan 477-1841. res. 479- 
6792 


WHERE? WHERE? 

AT $34,500 

You show me where you can 
acquire this amount of modern 
living at such a price — 5 

bedrooms — full bath plus 2-pce. 
en suite — large family room — 
valley view from windows of 
flreplaced living room — entrance 
from dining room to large sundeck 
— family-sized kitchen with loads 
of cupboards — well located at 
Cordova Heights — home will 
appeal only to those looking tor a 
good buy — See this one with: 
384-8120 477-8088 

GORDON D. PAGE 


GORGE - $16,700 

Try 02000 dawn. 3-BR home 
(possIMe 5) FP In LR. big kitchen. 
100 amp wiring, Lg. aep. garage 
with 2 rms. attached, lots of 
parking space. Call Mrs. Fraser 477- 
1841 or 477-1412 


IMMACULATE 
FAMILY HOME 
$20,900 

This full basement home has three 
large bedrooms up. and the master 
bedroom on the main floor, a large 
living room with wall-to-wall, extra 
large modem kitchen Just right tor 
a family. To view call- 
5962325 JOHN F. COLWELL 384-8126 


A TALKING HOUSE? 

Not really, but I’d LOVE to tell 
you about myself Fm only 2 yrs. 
old, have 8 bedrooms, a 22x22* 
living room with beamed celling, 
and beautiful fireplace, a real 
WOW kitchen, nice patio and back 
yard. I’m located in Sidney, really 
a nice place to live. My owners are 
transferred, and are VERY 
ANXIOUS to be gone. My price hat 
Just been reduced to *29.925. Pleass 
call my agent at 477-1841 and ask 
for KAY GOODER or BETTY 
SILVER. 


retiring — no step 2-bedroom 
bungalow In spotless condition — 
attached garage and a garden with 
this breath of beauty and taste — 
manicured lawns and flower gar¬ 
dens with mature trees loading you 
with cherries and apple# — offered 
for your Inspection by— 

384-8126 GORDON D. PAGE 477-8068 


PRICE REDUCED 

Asking *24.900 3 Bra., sep. DR. 

kitchen has breakfast bar. Full 
high basement with roughed-In 
MumMng. Washer and dryer hook¬ 
up. Nicely treed property (70x200) 
In a quiet Colwood area. Is an 
Ideal setting for this Tudor styled 
home. This Is excellent value on 
this 1 vr.-old. All trades and offers 
seriously considered. Bill N 1 
Eves. 692-6462 


THE PRICE IS RIGHT 

There Is exceptional value tn this 
clean and sturdy older 3-bdrm 
home situated only a few Mocks 
from Clover Point and Beacon Hill 
Park. Complete with many features 
such ss dining rm. and full cement 
basement. The price? Just a low 
*17 900. For further Information 
call Roger Lucas 590-2150 Rea. and 
477-1841 Bus. 


“RARE FOR A PAIR” 

*15,500 — 3-room, newly decorated 
bungalow with full basement on 
nice lot Close to transportation and 
park. 


*21,900 — 5-room, no-step bungalow 
In spotless condition, located on 2 
50 ft. lots. Enjoy sunshine living In 
this one Call Helen Hicks 477-1841 
or 592-0897. 


FAMILY BEAUTY, $25,500 

4 bdrms., rec. room, new shag In 
LR and DR. Close to schools, 
shopping, etc. Call Mrs. A Edging- 
ton 477-1841 or 477-453L 


NO MORTGAGE 
PROBLEM 

Owner wtU carry a large balance 
at 8%. This Immaculate home Is 1 
yr old, 3 BR*. living room with 
FP — dlhing room and sundeck. 
full bamt. Drive by or drop In to 
2036 MelvHle Dr. or call Fred 
Harrop 8664738 or 477-1841. 


GORDON HEAD 
NEW *30.500 
Immediate possession of this full 
hasement 3-bedroom 1*4 hath 
family home situated on a level 
sewered lot In a most desirable 
area, close to all schools and UVtc 
To view caU F. Marshall at 3868457 
or 592-7202. 

GORDON HEAD 
NEW *31.00(1 

Situated on a level sewered lot_ 

very desirable area close to all 
schools, transportation and Racquet 
Club. This 3-bed room full hasement 
home Is ready for Immediate 


occupancy. To view call F. Mar¬ 
shall at *6-8457 or 502-7202. 


NORTHRIDGE 

1—6BR., 6*4-yr.-otd home. Sundeck. 
Drtve-tn garage. L-shaped LR 
and DR. ftrcjAace, full,- -*- 
vet oped rumpi 
6*4% mortgage. 


fully de, 
m. *28.500. 


2—4-BR older home, full basement, 
exceHerit repair. Asking *31.900 
Call tor details. Ray Morrison. 


GORDON HEAD 
1791 Penshurst Rd. 

Under 5 years old with 3 bedrooms 
and full basement. Good deep lot. 
Large sundeck. Large living room 
features comer fireplace. Do not 
disturb owners. Thone Mr. Stvertsen 
(or details. City Brokerage, 3863547. 


SPOTLESS HOME 
OAKLAND AREA 
L/Mng room with fireplace, 
separate dining room, two bed¬ 
rooms, third In basement, drive-ln 
oarage and carport, residence 
located In vary pleasant and 
convenient part of ctty. Good value 
at B2.000. 

MRS. O. ZACHARY 992-2265 

P. G. JACKSON LTD. 386 “ 


SUMMER COTTAGE FOR SALE. 
Protection Island, Lot 98, In 
Nanaimo Harbour Just 10 minutes 
to downtown Nanaimo. Lights, 
phone, water. Asking *4.000, hut 
will sail tor *3.000 cash. Lot size 
100x80. Rainbow stone walk, land¬ 
scaped. Write 1515 Pearl Street. 
Victoria, or phone 385-2836. 


$15.900—FERNWOOD 

Just listed — older 3-b 


on 1 floor. Full basement. This 
home needs some decorating. Large 
«.— ^Lsrge_ cab. kif Wlrec 

Herto~3odgaon^ l r . . ^ 


a. Call 


OWNER WILL ACCEPT *500 DOWN 


fine 2 or 3 bedroom home on 
Quadra. Would consider car or boat 
on trade. 3869739 or 3867010. 


PEMBERTON 
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E. WOODLEY 


COLWOOD 
3 ACRES 
This magnificent home Includes so 
many extras It must be seen. 

—Over 1500 sq. ft on main floor. 
-In-law suite. 

—A fortune In shrubs 
2 Heatllator fireplaces. 

-W.-W. carpeting. 

—and Much, mum more. 

For further Information please call: 
478-2918 384-8120 

LARRY M. BROOKS 


FLOWERS AND FRUIT 
FULL PRICE $19,900 

The perfect spot for starting or 


119 BURNETT RD. 

TRADES CONSIDERED 
REDUCED TO *41.500 
PLEASANT VIEWS 
V.L.A. - *4 ACRE 
Brand new. one-floor bungalow with 
partial basement; 5 bedrooms plus 
ilen or TV room. Custom-built for 
builder's own: featuring 29x18 sun¬ 
ken living rm. with attractive floor- 
to-celllng free standing fireplace 
(three dimension), spacious hails. 
Separate guest size dining room, 
master bdrm Includes 3-pee en suite 
—all with first quality wall-to-walI 
carpeting. Dream kitchen with large 
utility room off. Main bathroom la 
extra Urge. Includes douMe sink 
vanity and Roman style sunken 
hath This beautiful high wooded lot 
affords a wonderful view and will 
require a minimum of upkeep. 
Truly an exceptional value here — 
for appointment to view please call: 

,£• A. (CUFF) ANDERSON 
477-3994 or 384-8120 


WATERFRONT 
SEA VIEW 

W ?. trh ,h ? * hl P* b y this Ideal 
retirement home. A smaller house. 
2 bedrooms full basement, In 
spotless condition. Lovely treed 
property. Price Is *18.500. Don’t 
hesitate on this exclusive listing 
call 

384-8138 TED PARTRIDGE 502-3451 


IN THE UPLANDS- 

A HALF ACRE LOT EASILY 
MAINTAINED, TREED AND 
LAWNED WITH UNDER¬ 
GROUND SPRINKLER SYSTEM 
Araodern family home of about 
2500 sq. ft. oak floored, superbly 
kept. Two storey plan, grand 
piano sized llvtne room, - 


piano sized living room, separate 
dining room, delightful family 
room, Crestwood cablneted kit- 


* a-1 csiwumi l amncieu Kit¬ 

chen with adjacent laundry. 
Master bedroom 20x15 with en 
suite dressing area and double 
vanity bath plus three other 
bedrooms, full extra bath and 2- 
pce. powder room. Circular 
driveway entrance and large 2- 
g ?I ,,ge s t* d * u y bunt suit- 
deck. Offered at 

$73,000 

Owiere may be leaving Victoria 
and will consider ail fair offers. 
This home is clear title and will 
w * I ™nt the best of financing 
* v * l *b , e. interested parties are 
Invited to phone either J. P. Bell, 
or stu *rt Simpson. 


li or muarx simpson, 

Res. 596-4050 (evenings) or via 
our office daytime. 


1721 CARNEGIE 
CRESCENT 


This attractive 3-bedroom home Is 
much bigger than It appears. Over 
1300 sq. ft. plus a large well 
finished rumpus room. Well de- 
slsned with the needs of a family 
with small children In view, ft 
comes equipped with coloured ap¬ 
pliances and a spacious family 
room adjacent to the kitchen. 2-Pce 
bathroom en suite and 4-pcs for 
general use. 

Excellent value at onlyv- 
*30.500 

3868130 MR. GREENE 3860795 


GORDON HEAD 
SEA VIEW 
PRICE $38,500 

Firet time on the market, 1.325 sq. 
ft. of well-constructed home. .1 
bedrooms on the main floor. 2 full 

X bathrooms, full basement 
recreation room. Juat acrosa 
the road from the waterfront, 
beautiful view of Haro Straits. A 
real buy for the family wanting a 
>™f |y , property In a very 

good location. For further particu¬ 
lars please call— 

TED PARTRIDGE 
384-8126 58Q-3431 


UNIVERSITY AREA 


An Immaculate 5-Rm. bungalow In 
a choice location with view out to 

(ha nivmnlfta Tllnaaa iU l — 


« cnoicr location witn view out to 
the Olympics. Illness forcas the sale 
by the original owners aflhts 11-yr.* 


S f tne original owners of mis 11-yr-* 
d ^ bejuiy! Excellent terms If 
.tocuding a 6% mortgage 
and the full price la only *24.900. 


Douglas Realty lS"** 


385-8784 

SOUTH FAIRFIELD 


Quality built stucco home ao quiet 
ttreet, dote to bus and large 
shopping centre. Ent hall and thru* 
half. LR with FP; dining area off 
kitchen. Tx9*. Cab. elec. klL; 2 
Bdrm#-. Plus lovriy panelled Bdrm. 
In finished BsmL 3-pca. bsthrm.: 
dr.-In garage. Nicely landscaped 
grounds with fruit trees, shrubs and 
flowera and enclosed patio at rear. 

FULL PRICE ONLY *24.500 
For appointment to view phone Mr. 
V in t at 3858784 and evenings 385- 


Douglas Realty Ltd. 


PRIVATE SALE BY OWNER, 

spotless, 3-bedroom house on popu¬ 
lar Gorge area, ott-o-matto head 
wall-to-wall In living room and hall, 


7_YEAR OLD 2 BEDROOM 

bawtow. to Colwood. Exceptional 
Park-tike lot, private. 478-5342. 


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3085 SHELBOURNE ST. 


YES! WE TRADE HOMES! 
CROSS-CANADA REALITIES 
SERVICE 


$17,900 RETIREMENT 

Immaculate. 2-bedrm,, no-step 
bungalow. Large kitchen. Util¬ 


ity rtm). — sundeck. Drlve-Jn 
garage. 1 block to shops. Quiet 
street. 

IRENE VAN - 592-6051 
V. FRIEDRICH-598-2610 
388-4401 


LEGAL DUPLEX 
2872-76 INEZ 
$22,900 y 

Comfortable accommodation on 
the main floor with large living 
room and fireplace and alrove 
off. 2 bedrooms, large kitchen, 
OOM, tumaoe. Attractive, 1- 
Itedrdom suite up. rented for 
*90. Good Investment for very 
little money — tn a lovely 


JACKIE WALDRON 
388-4401 


HIGH QUADRA 

Beautifully renovated stucco 3> 
BR home. LR with FP, large 
modern kitchen with dining 
area. OOM heating, copper 
p.limbing Good sized lot with 
some fruit trees. Asking *16,700. 
terms. 

AINA MELDERIS 
388-4401, 386-3511 


LANGFORD 

3-BR. fuM bamt home, just 
redecorated. OOM heating. ( 
targe lot. Asking *15,500, good 
terms. 

AINA MELDERIS 
388-4401. 386-3511 


$26,900 6-M CIRCLE 

Almost 2 acres of beautiful 
natural setting with complete 
seclusion. 

—Lovely modem 2 or 3- 
bedroom home 

—Living room and dining room 
with expensive cariteting. 
—Extra gue»l cottage on prop¬ 
erty. 

IRENE VAN 592-6051 
388-4401 ANYTIME 


BEAUTIFUL COLWOOD 

LOVELY. 3-bedroom, full base¬ 
ment home on a ’« acre lot. 
Gorgeous living room, dining 
room and BRIGHT kitchen An 
EXCELLENT family home for 
only *24,900 

TERRY EDEN 
388-4401, 479-1528 


12 YRS. YOUNG 
JUBILEE AREA 

Lovely, stucco, 2-bedr<*om 


home, large living room, fire¬ 
place. Modem kitchen. Drive-in 
garage. Easy walk to Jubilee 
Hospital. Only *22.500. Please 
call 

ROSE CHORE- 383-0088 
3H8-4401 anytime 


DESIRABLE 
RUCKHEIGHTS 
ELEGANT HOME 

Quality throughout this gracious 


home designed for easy- living 
for the professional man and 
Ins family L.R.. D.R. kitchen. 3 
B.R. PLUS family and games 
room. Truly a dream home to 
be proud of. Try your offer on 
*42.000 

TERRY EDEN 


388-4401. 479-1528 


FAIRFIELD AREA 

Delightful charming 3-bedroonr 
home, situated on the bus line 
near schools and shopping 
Other features are: 

- Living room with fireplace am 
I.-shaped dining room. 

- Roomy cabinet kitchen wltl 
eating area. 

- -Large rec room and hand; 
utility In full high basement. 
Large landscaped lot with sunnj 
patio fur Mom and Dad. and i 
huge playing art# for thi 
children. All this for onl; 
*25.900 

MARION MASSON 


388-4401 ANYTIME 


VIC WEST 

<»nj> 2*4 vre. old• Drauiifui 


lidf-ms on main and 2 
<»mpletely developed bsmi 
Spacious eat-ln kit. NV-W t 
living room and family slz 
dining room. Dble. plumbinj 
Yes. ONLY *24,900. Call 

DONNA PRKTUl^A 


388-4401 ANYTIME 


QUALITY HOME, $24,900 

3-bedroom, full basement hoim 

r dus a fourth down. A lovel 
tvlng rm. with a white brlc 
fireplace. In-line dining roon 
bright cosy kitchen with eatlr 
area. On a nice level lot. Clos 
to schools and tran&portatioi 
To view call 

LIZ BOSSERT 
388-4401 or 479-4572 


$21,900 - MT. DOUGLAS 

Cute and cosy yet lots of spai 
even for boat and trailer! Has 
bedrooms, targe fam. loom, 
piece bath, open beam llvti 
room, dining room, big brig 
kitchen and all In spolle 
condition. 

IRENE VAN - 592-6051 
388-4401 ANYTIME 


ROCKLAND AREA 

Magnificent 8 rooms — plus 
sun room*. Triple plumbing. f( 
high hasm’t. Excellent for lar 
family. Close to schools and d 
centre. *47,500. To view call 

DONNA PRETULA 
388-4401 ANYTIME 


3 BEDROOMS 

COUNTRY FEELIN* 
$20,300 

Dandy little 3-bedroum f 
basement home, on a prel 
lot. Needs decorating, but rut 
)>e CUTE AS CAN HE Inlere 
tng exterior. Can be purchas 
lor as littie a* 5 per ••ent down 
JACKIE WALDRON 
388-4401 ANYTIME 


TWO-STEP BUNGALOW 
SI 9.200 

Stmrco bungalow on pretty 
with huge garage and wo 
shop. Spacious living room « 
fireplace, sunny e 1 e c t r 
kitchen, with larger than us 
utility room. Quiet street. ” 
perfect home for Dad If he I 
a hobby. 

JACKIE WALDRON 
383-1480 , 388-4401 


$17,900 

LANGFORD 

Like new — 2-bed room, 
basement Moved home & 
plelely new. 

HAROLD BARBER 
388-4401, 384-2048 


$14,700 

ESQUIMALT 

2 or I bedroom. no base nr 
home on quiet street, n 
school, transportation, at 
Large garage, utility room 
kitchen. Low down payment 
HAROLD BARBER 
388-4401, 384-2048 


ACRE AND SEA VIEW 
GORDON HEAD 


Family 'kitchen. - 

exceptional opportunity for 
gr aving family *33.900. 
JACK PRICE, 3864401 


OAK BAY, SEAVIEW 
OUTSTANDING VALUE 
Gracious 2-year-ola 3-bedn 
home. large living room, 
arete dining room. 3 bathroc 
All the modem amenities < 
old fashioned comfort. D 
daisy — call now. *43,500. 
JACK PRICE 3*64401. 


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250 HOUSES FOB SALE 


PEMBERTON 

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L 384-8126 L 
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E “SINCE 1887“ E 

S S 

JUST ON THE MARKET 
SHAWNIGAN LAKE 

Over 2 acres, high location, 
expansive lake view and wall treed. 

‘ ““ living room 18x21. 

/lew windows and 

__ kitchen 

new oil stove and dinette 

space. Sundeck. Part basement, hot 
air heat, good water supply by 

On hydro. FLOAT ON THE LAKE. 
Good terms arranged. Full price i 
121,900. 

384-8128 384-3918 

E. WOODLEY 

THESE TWO HOMES 
MUST BE SOLD 

l-TATTERSAL AREA - a fine 3- 
bedroom (could be 5) home In a 
good area. Fully renovated 
Inside, large bright kitchen. 
flregLece, etc. Try your offer on 

j%nUVU> — large 86x164 lot 
with good garden solL A good 
family home with 3 or more 
bedrooma. Excellent location, 
^your offer on 326.50°. 

JIM WEST 

LOW DOWN PAYMENT 
4 BEDROOMS 
ONLY $17,900 

This 1390 sq. ft. family home ts an 
excellent buy at this price. Existing 
* at low Interest rate and 
assumed. Try your low 

- payment to this existing 

mortgage and have no financing 
problems with a low monthly 
payment For further Information 


mortgage i 
can be a 


-all: 

384-8128 


582-3703 


JIM WEST 

OOLWOOD 
3 ACRES 

Tills magnificent home Includes so 
many extras It must be seen. 

—Over 1900 sq. ft on main floor. 
—In-law suite. 

—A fortune in shrubs 
—2 Heatllator fireplaces. 

-W.-W. carpeting. 

—and Much, much more. 

For further Information please call: 
478-2918 384-8138 

LARRY M. BROOKS 

WHERE? WHERE? 

AT $34,500 

You show me where you can 
acquire this amount of modem 
living at such a price — 5 

bedrooms — full bath plus 2-pce. 
en suite — large family room — 
valley view from windows of 
fI replaced living room — entrance 
from dining room to large sundeck 
— family-sized kitchen with loads 
of cupboards — well located at 
Cordova Heights — home will 
appeal only to those looking for a 
xl buy — See this one with: 

1-8128 477-8088 

GORDON D. PAGE 

IMMACULATE 
FAMILY HOME 
520,900 

This full basement home has three 
large bedrooms up. and the master 
bedroom on the main floor, a large 
living room with wall-to-wall, extra 
large modem kitchen Just right tor 
a family. To view call— 

906-2325 JOHN F. COLWELL 384-8128 


FLOWERS AND FRUIT 
FULL PRICE $19,900 

The perfect spot for starting or 
retiring — no step 2-bedroom 
bungalow In spotless condition — 
attached garage and a garden with 
this breath of beauty and taste — 
manicured lawns and flower gar¬ 
dens with mature trees loading you 
with cherries and apples — offered 
for your Inspection by— 

384-6126 GORDON D. PAGE 477-8058 

119 BURNETT RD. 

TRADES CONSIDERED 
REDUCED TO 141.500 
PLEASANT VIEWS 
V.L.A. — H ACRE 
Brand new. one-floor bungalow with 
partial basement; 9 bedrooms plus 
den or TV room. Custom-built for 
builder's own: featuring 29x18 sun¬ 
ken living rm. with attractive floor- 
to-celling free standing fireplace 
(three dimension), spacious halls. 
Separate guest size dining room, 
master bdrm Includes 3-pce en suite 
—all with first quality wall-to-wall 
carpeting. Dream kitchen with large 
utility room off. Main bathroom Is 
extra Urge. Indudes double sink 
vanity and Roman style sunken 
bath. This beautiful high wooded lot 
affords a wonderful view and will 
require a minimum of upkeep. 
Truly an exceptional value here — 
for appointment to view please call: 

C. A. (CUFF) ANDERSON 
477-3994 or 384-8128 

WATERFRONT 
SEA VIEW 

Watch the ships go by In this Ideal 
retirement home. A smaller house. 

2 bedrooms, full basement. In 
spotless condition. Lovely treed 
property. Price Is M8.50&. Don't 
hesitate on thU exclusive listing, 
call 

384-6128 TED PARTRIDGE 902-3451 

IN THE UPLANDS- 

A HALF ACRE LOT EASILY 
MAINTAINED, TREED AND 
LAWNED WITH UNDER¬ 
GROUND SPRINKLER SYSTEM. 

A modem family home of about 
2500 sq. ft. oak floored, superbly 
kept. Two storey plan, grand 
piano sized living room, separate 
dining room, delightful family 
room, Crestwood cablneted kit¬ 
chen with adjacent laundry. 
Master bedroom 20x15 with en 
suite dressing area and double 
vanity bath plus three other 
bedrooms, full extra bath and 2- 
l*ce powder room. Circular 
driveway entrance and large 2- 
rar garage. Specially built suit- 
deck. Offered at 

$73,000 

Owners may be leaving Victoria 
and will consider all fair offers. 
This home Is clear tJUe and will 
warrant the best of financing 
available. Interested parties are 
Invited to phone either J. P. Bell, 
Res. 656-4z93 or Stuart Simpson. 
Res. 598-4056 (evenings) or via 
our office daytime. 

1721 CARNEGIE 
CRESCENT 

This attractive 3-bedroom home Is 
much bigger than It appears. Over 
1300 sq. ft. plus a large well 
finished rumpus room. Well de¬ 
signed with the needs of a family 
with small children in view, ft 
comes equipped with coloured ap¬ 
pliances and a spacious family 
room adjacent to the kitchen. 2-Pc* 
bathroom en suite and 4-pce for 
general use. 

Excellent value at only— 

830.500 

384-8128 MR. GREENE 3856)795 

GORDON HEAD 
SEA VIEW 
PRICE $38,500 

First time on the market. 1.323 so 
ft. of well-constructed home. 3 
bednioms on the main floor, 2 full 
4-pce. Itathrooms, full basement 
with recreation room. Just across 
the road from the waterfront, 
beautiful view of Haro Straits. A 
real buy for the family wanting a 
lovely sea Mew. property In a very 
good location. For further particu¬ 
lars please call— 

TBD PARTRIDGE 
384-8126 MB-34 31 


UNIVERSITY AREA 

An Immaculate 5-Rm. bungalow In 
a choice location with view out to 
the Olympics. Illness fore** the sale 
by the original owners of (his U-yi.- 
ofd beauty Excellent terms If 
required, (ncudlng a 6% mortgage 
and the full price Is only 824,900. 

R. Bayne 

Douglas Realty LUL 885-8784 

SOUTH FAIRFIELD 

Quality built stucco home on quiet 
«reet. dose to bus and large 
shopping centre. Ent hall and thru' 
hall. LR with FP; dining area off 
kitchen, T’xF. Cab. elec. IdL; 2 
Bdrms., plus lovely panelled Bdrm. 
In finished Bsmt £pcs. bathrm.: 
dr.-in garage. Nicely landscaped 
grounds with fruit trees, shrubs and 
flowers and enclosed patio at rear. 

FULL PRICE ONLY 824.500 
For appointment to Mew phone Mr. 
Vint at 885-8784 and evenings 385- 
0392. 

Dooglaa Realty Lid. _ 

PRIVATE JW OWNER, 

spotless, 3-bedroom house on popu- 
heal. 

wall-to-wall in living room and hall, 

sst y A.is sa&aSF *- 


7 YEAR OLD 2 BEDROOM 
bungalow, in Colwood. Exceptional 
park-tike lot, private. 478-5242. 


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“HOMEFINDERS” 

3088 8HELBOURNE ST. 

YES! WE TRADE HOMES! 
CROSS-CAN ADA REALITIES 
SERVICE 

$17,900 RETIREMENT 

Immaculate. 2-bedrm., no-step 
bungalow. Large kitchen. Util¬ 
ity rim. — sundeck. Drive-in 
garage. 1 block to ehopt. Quiet 
street. 

IRENE VAN - 592-6051 
V. FRIEDRICH—598-2610 
388-4401 

LEGAL DUPLEX 
2872-76 INEZ 
S22.900 

Comfortable accommodation on 
the main floor with large living 
room and fireplace and alrove 
off. 2 bedrooms, large kitchen. 
OOM, furnace. Attractive, 1- 
Itedrdom suite up. rented fur 
990. Good Investment for very 
little money — in a lovely 
area. 

JACKIE WALDRON 
388-4401 

HIGH QUADRA 

Beautifully renovated stucco 2* 
BK home. LR with FP. large 
modern kitchen with dining 
area. OOM heating. coin** 
plumbing. Good sized lot with 
some fruit trees. Asking 816.700. 
terms. 

AINA MELDERIS 
388-4401, 386-3511 

LANGFORD 

3-BR. fuH beml home. Just 
redecorated. OOM heating, 
large lot. Asking 815,900. good 
terms. 

AINA MELDERIS 
388-4401, 386-3511 

$26,900 6-M CIRCLE 

Almost 2 acres of beautiful 
natural setting with complete 
seclusion. 

—Lovely modem 2 
bedroom home. 

—Living room and dining room 
with expensive car|>eUng. 
—Extra guest collage on prop¬ 
erty. 

IRENE VAN 592-6051 
388-4401 ANYTIME 

BEAUTIFUL COLWOOD 

LOVELY. 3-bedroom, full base¬ 
ment home on a * acre lot. 
Gorgeous living room, dining 
p*im and BRIGHT kitchen An 
EXCELLENT family homg fpr 
only 824,901) 

TERRY EDEN 
388-4401, 479-1528 

12 YRS. YOUNG 
JUBILEE AREA 

Lovely, stucco, 2-l>cdn>om 
home, large Uvlng room, fire¬ 
place. M'idem kitchen. Drive-in 
garage. Easy walk to Jubilee 
Hospital. Only 822.500. Pl( 
call 

ROSE CHOPE- 383-0088 
3X8-4401 anytime 

DESIRABLE 
ROCKHEIGHTS 
ELEGANT HOME 

Quality throughout this gracious 
home designed for easy- living 
for the professional man and 
his family L.R.. D.R. kitchen. 3 
BR. PLUS family and games 
room. Truly h dream home to 
be proud of. Try your offer on 
942.000 

TERRY EDEN 
388-4401. 479-1528 

FAIRFIELD AREA 

Delightful charming 3-bedroom 
home, situated on the bus line: 
near schools and shopping, 
other features are: 

- Living room with fireplace and 
(.-shaped dining room. 

- Roomy cabinet kitchen with 

eating area. . . . 

—Large rec room and handy 
utility In full high basement 
Large landscaped l<H with sunny 
itlo for Mom and Dad. and a 
plavlng arts for the 
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GORDON HEAD 
EXECUTIVE 

year built — 6 


--with 

- ,-d rumpus. 2 baths. MOVE IN 
NOW — TODAY with your <1 

Payment; 857.900 and lata l_ 

•wy offer. A. KLENMAN. 592- 

1 HAVE A GENUINE BUYER FOR 
A 2 OR 3-BEDRM. OLDER HOME 
IN THE LANGFORD. COLWOOD 
HUUOT ) TOOO. , ( «. CALL RAN 


HAULTA1N AREA 

Lovely two-bedroom home In a nice 
area. % block from bus and close 
to shops. Ideal for retireds. 
bargain at 817,000. To Mew call 
If. T. RALPH, 382-7276 


5 BEDROOM 
EXECUTIVE 

Modem, cosy 2-floor home (cathe¬ 
dral entrance >. on a quiet street 
near bus. schools, parks. This home 
Is Immaculate with many special 
features. Rumpus room. too. Full 
price 832,500. taxes net: 8430. and 
we can finance with reasonable 
down payment. Call ALLAN 
KLENMAN to discuss. 592-11,11. 


A HOBBY FARM 

A ton of hay. 

A ton of room (2 acres). 

A ton of Redrms (5) 

For someone with a ton of kids. 
Walking distance to everything and 
only asking: 829.900. 

STAN CRAIG 683 3063. 


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BRAND NEW —SEAVIEW 
CORDOVA BAY-439,500 
On spacious lot, this quality 
res. across from beach on 
quiet cul-de-sac spells ele¬ 
gant living!. 3 bedrms., 
(master en-suite) — spa¬ 
cious dining and living rm., 
(granite fireplace) — dream 
kitchen 20x16 sundeck 
over dble carport joins 
balcony across front of 
home, full daylite bsmt. has 
roughed in 12x34 rec. rm., 
with granite fireplace. 
Roughed in for third 
bathrm., down and still 
ample area for further 
development. Pise. Call 
Ronald Y. Cannon. Res. 658- 
5500 or 382-7276 ( 24 hrsl. 


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4636 We* Seanioh Rd.. 479-1087 
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VIC HIGH AREA 
LGE. PERFECT OLDER 
FINE FENCED GARDEN 
1270 BALMORAL 
(Comer Camoaun) 

An ATTRACTIVE LOCATION for 
those requiring s CLOSE-IN Locu¬ 
tion near school* — shops - 
transportation Ideal for a large 
family or an INCOME-MINDED 
couple wishing -to rent some rooms 
or have foster children. LARGE 
living and dining rooms (fireplace) 
34 FT. IN-LINE. SMART. MODERN 
kitchen — bathroom off LGE 
ENTRANCE HALL - Upstairs are 3 
LARGE BEDROOMS AND bathroom 
with sep. toilet Full high basement 
with new aul. oil hot air furnace. 
COPPER plumbing — NEW 
WIRING — Drive-In garage. All this 
for ONLY 830.300. 

JOHN BISHOP, 479-1667 
RES. 656-2308 


VIEWS! VIEWS! 

Views truly beyond words. This 
quality five-room bungalow in 
Immaculate condition, taking full 
advantage of the gorgeous valley, 
ocean. Island, mountain vlewa. The 
grounds are superb In every detail. 
This no-step home features spacious 
gracious rooms offering complete 
oomfort and tranquility to the 
cautious, careful buyer. Full price 
only 827.900. Dial CLIFF STRETCH, 
479-1667 Off. or Res 592-3969. 


250 HOUSES FOR SALE 


WESTERN HOMES LTD., 
817 FORT ST. 


“LIKE HORSES'• 
6-ACRE RANCH 
MODERN HOME 
BARNS, PADDOCKS 
CORDOVA BAY 
SEA VIEWS 

This ultra Ranch style 3-bedroom 
bungalow situated on nearly 6 
acres of beautiful SeaMew property 
offers the ultimate In gracious 
living for the gentlentan and 
family. The home comprises large 
living room with fireplace and wall- 
to-wall carpeting anil a Panoramic 
Seaview, dining room, large 5 star 
cabinet kitchen with breakfast 
nook, 3 bedrooms, vanity bathroom, 
full basement with large Rumpus 
Room with fireplace, all rooms 
finished In natural wood. Carport 
and garage stwee for 4 cars 
Modem barn with 2 stalls, tack 
room, hayloft with wiring and 

water laid on. Fenced paddocks. 
Whole property In top condition, 

a Unit cash will handle with 

owner carrying balance on agreed 
terms Price *87.500 Call John 

James — 382-2137 Anytime. 


patio I 
huge 
children. 

825.900. 

MARION MASSON 
388-4401 ANYTIME 

VIC WEST 

(>n*v 2'i vrs. old' De.iullful 3 
Utrms on main and 2 in 
completely devo!oi>ed bsmt 
Spacious eat-ln kit. W-W in 
living room and (umdy size 
dining room. Dble plumbing. 
Yes. ONLY *24,900. Call 

DONNA PRETULA 
388-4401 ANYTIME 

QUALITY HOME, $24,900 
.7-bedroom, full basement home, 
plus a fourth down. A lovely 
living rm. with a white brick 
fireplace. In-line dining room, 
bright coay kitchen with eating 
area. On a nice level lot. Close 
to schools and transportation. 
To view call 

LIZ BOSSERT 
388-4401 or 479-4572 

$21,900 - MT. DOUGLAS 

Cute and cosy yet lota of space 
even for boat and trailer! Has 2 
bedrooms, large fam. loom. 4- 
piece bath, open beam living 
room, dining room, big bright 
kitchen and all In spotless 
condltloa 

IRENE VAN - 592-6051 


LAKE HILL COLONIAL 
4 BEDROOMS 

This 2-storey home Is only one year 
old — 1.524 sq. ft. In all. Main floor 
has roomy LR and DR on the "L" 
- both W-W. All elec. cab. kitchen, 
laundry room and bathrobm. Car¬ 
peted stairway to 4 nice bedrooms 
and Pembroke bathroom up. Full 
high basement OOM heat. Double 
carport. Terma at the full price of 
*33.500 Mr Evans - 382-2157 

anytime. 


QUALITY BUNGALOW 
IMMED. POSSESSION 

Large fully developed very valu¬ 
able lot. near Town and Country is 
the location of this five-room full 
basement clean well built bunga¬ 
low. The living room Is bright and 
spacious. Maple floors. The electric 
kitchen has a bright cheerful eating 
area and many cabinets. Range 
and fridge Included. Off the kitchen 
Is the utility room wired for washer 
and dryer. The liasement Is full 
and high, with extra room. Full 
price *23.500 To view dial CLIFF 
7TRETCH. 479-1087 Off. or Res. 392- 


GRANITE 
FAMILY HOME 
IMMED. POSSESSION 

See till* fully renovated stately 
Granite home, high location over¬ 
looking the dty. This home 
displays living p*>m. dining room, 
den or liedroom with 3-poe en suite 
bath. Modern kitchen on the main 
floor. Carpeted open stairwell to 
the Inviting second floor. Large 
front bedroom with sundeck. Two 
back bedrooms. 3-pce bath. This 
fine home Is excellent for the 
family or two couples. There Is a 
part basement, oil hot water heat. 
Hcav* wiring. Full price for thta 
Granite beauty is *24.500. Please 
dial CLIFF STRETCH 479-1667 Off. 
or Res 502-3969. 


SOOKE 

With seaview. Lovely new 3-hdrm 
no bsmt home nestled In amongst 
tall trees. Cute as can be and 
priced at *21.000. 

LILLIAN HENDY 479-1667 


FAMILY LIVING 

Is offered In this lovely 3-bdrm 
home with fully developed bsmt. 
Very nice setting including a 
rippling creek. Priced at * 24 . 900 . 
LILLIAN HENDY. 479 1667 


GORDON HEAD 

Drive by but please do not disturb 
the vendors at 2217 Greenland. The 
2-bdrm home would make comfort- 
aide living as Is, but area could 
certalnlv warrant modernizing of 
this older home with beautiful big 
lot Asking *21.900. 

LILLIAN HENDY 479-1967 


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4536 West Saanich Rd , 479-1067 
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LIVE FREE IN 
LOVELY COLWOOD 
FOR ONLY $26,900 

This home U PRETTY AS A 
PICTURE in a WOODSY JETTING. 
A couple could live in the beautiful 
ln-law suite. COMPLETELY covered 
with EXPENSIVE CARPETING. Big 
everything! HUGE bedroom - 
smart big living room — SUPER¬ 
SIZE kitchen and good bathroom — 
own entrance — while UPSTAIRS-In 
this lovely home are a BIG LIVING 
ROOM with fireplace, smart dining 
room which opens to a SPACIOUS 
SUNDECK. The kitchen Is a 
DELIGHT with lota of cabinets and 
good eating area. THREE ample 
bedrooms of the through hall, 
lly rentable at 8175 or the suite 
id rent for 8135. There Is a good 
UTILITY AREA for laundry, acres 
stole to BOTH up or downsti ‘ 
GOOD FINANCING can be 
ranged. No drlvebys at the request 
of elderly couple. Appointments to 
VIEW this ABSOLUTELY PER¬ 
FECT home with 3 hours notice. 

JOHN BISHOP. 479-1667 
RES. 656-2308 


EXCELLENT BUYS 

815.500 — 2 BR. — Low taxes — i 
low payments — dty area. 

822.500 - 3 BR. - Urge lot - 
Braefoot area. 

821.500 - 2 BR. - lovely lot - 
Cordon Head area. 

817,300 poss revenue — urgent 
- reduced over 82.000. 

BRIAN J. BROWN 
479-1667 off. Res. 386-1234 


150 HOUSES FOB 


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REALTY 
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WOODWARD’S MAYFAIR CENTRE 
8158 Douglas St ^ >06-— 


CORDOVA BAY 
SEAVIEW 
4 BEDROOMS 
beautiful, well-built home oi 
quiet, dead-end street. Lota of trees 
and some view of the sea. This 
home la Just 1*4 years old with 
landscapad lot Shag carpeting in 
living room, dining room and 
hallway. Second bathroom with 
shower off 15x10 master bedroom. 
Citation cabinets In kitchen and 
bathrooms Large, secluded sundeck 
with indoor-outdoor carpeting. Ask¬ 
ing 888.900 with large mortgage 
which can be assumed. To Mew. 
please c3l GEORGE W/jLL, “ 
ut 478-5681. 


A most dei 
bungalow, 22 j 
—1762 sq. ft. c 


OAK BAY-WILLOWS 

LOW-INTEREST MORTGAGE 

desirable roomy stucco 
22 years old. 

__ ft. on main floor. 

—1762 sq. ft. on lower level. 

—3 full bathroom*. 

— Living room. 24x15 with fireplace 
—2 liedrooms, 14x14. and den with 
F.P., or 3 bedrooms on main. 

—3 large liedrooms down. 

—Rec. room with wall to wall rock 
fireplace. 

—Modernized kitchen, bulll-ln dish¬ 
washer, and dining room. 
—Plumbed for washer and dryer 
on main floor. 

—Patio with fireplace. 

Priced In the mid-thirties, and 
to reasonable offers. Exclusive with 
I.OU BLOOMFIELD, 386-2955 or 592- 


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RETIREMENT WITH 
REVENUE 

HALF A BLOCK from the BUS. 
a QUIET. NO-THROUGH STREET 
by GORGE VALK GOLF COURSE, 
a full basement, two-bedroom 
HOME WITH A VIEW! PROFES¬ 
SIONALLY REMODELLED. It's In 
MINT condition, and there s a 
LEGAL SUITE UPSTAIRS. SEP¬ 
ARATE GARAGE, EXCELLENT 
FINANCING. MOVE IN RIGHT 
NOW. t h e MAIN SUITE is 
VACANT as the owners LEFT 
TOWN! I HAVE THE KEY At 
833.750 you can't go wrong' ALF 
POACHER. 386-2955 or 384-5833. 


4121 QUADRA 

Immaculate, roomy, modern 


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XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX Professionally finished recreation 
room and utility room down the 
carpeted stairs. Transporation. 
shopping and schools close by. 
Secluded tree shaded patio. Perfect 
small family home drive-in garage 
and extra parking. Realistically 
priced at 824,900. Terms available 
.f -icured. To view call WAYNE 
SCOTT, 386-2905. or res. 479-60R7 


••MT. TOLMIK AREA” 
“QUICK POSSESSION” 

Immaculate stucco bungalow. Five 
large rooma thru hall. L-shape 
livlnc-dmlng room. Fireplace. 
Lovely modern elec, kitchen vMth 
breakfast bat Pern hath. 2 twin 
liedrooms. OOM heat. Utility room, 
wired for WAD. A real beauty with 
terms at 818.950. 

Mr. Evana—362-2157 anytime. 


SHELBOURNE AREA 

2 bedroom stuooo bungalow. Uvlng 
room 13 6x15.6. Fireplace. Dining 
room. Elect. Kitchen. OOM. Sep. 
garage. Large lot Sewer. Close to 
stores, bus and schools Asking 
*20.950. TERMS. Good terma 
Mtg. Stan Hyland - *83-8520. 


388-4401 ANYTIME 


ROCKLAND AREA 

Magnificent 8 rooms — plus 2 
sun rooms. Triple plumbing, full 
high basm’t. Excellent for large 
family. Close to schools and city 
centre. 847.500. To view call 

DONNA PRETULA 
388-4401 ANYTIME 

3 BEDROOMS 

COUNTRY FEELIN’ 
$20,300 


CHARMAN PACIFIC 
REALTY LTD. 

008 Broughton St. 
385-0765 

THE BUY OF 
THE WEEK 


SITUATED IN THE SHELBOURNE 
AREA. WITH A TERRIFIC VIEW 
OF MT. TOLMIE. THIS 1.150 
FT. OF HOME IS OFFERED _ 
YOU FOR THE FIRST TIME AT 
826.950. THE MAIN FLOOR CON¬ 
SISTS OF A LARGE LIVING AND 
DINING ROOM. 2 G(Hil) SIZED 
MED It O O M S . FAMILY SIZE 
CABINET ELECTRIC KITCHEN 
WITH WALL OVEN AND 
COUNTERTOP STOVE FULL 
HIGH BASEMENT WITH REC- 
ROOM WITH FIREPLACE. PLUS 
ADDITIONAL ROOM THAT COUJ.D 
| HE USED FOR SEWING ROOM OR 
EXTRA BEDROOM. HEATED OF 
I COURSE WITH OIL. THE 60x176 

basement “'home "*** 00 ™#*” pretty PARADISE, ABOUT ‘'haLf^S 
SrSS. decorating but rould AND BALANCE TO VENDORWILL 
K CUTE /ffWVtSSf-1 HANDLE. VIEW BY L APPOINT- 

to? j WHELDON AT 

JACKIE WALDRON l3 * v97 *’ ANYTIME 

388-4401 ANYTIME 


UNIQUE 
QUALITY HOME 
COUNTRY SETTING 
OFFERING YOU: 

1- OVER .4 ACRE ATTRACTIVELY 
LAND9CAPED. 

2- EXTENSIVE VALLEY VIEWS 
TO THE WATER. 

3- 1. ARC E LR WITH NATURAL 
COLORED ROCK FIREPLACE. 

4- TWO LARGE BEDROOMS - 
WALK-IN CLOSETS 

5- BRIGHT SPACIOUS SELF- 
CONTAINED IN-LAW SUITE IN 
LOWER LEVEL WITH ADDI¬ 
TIONAL ROOM FOR EXPAN¬ 
SION. 

•-WHY UNIQUE? ENTIRE IN¬ 
TERIOR IS FINISHED IN 
LIGHT COLOURED SOLID 
POPLAR SPECIALLY MILLED. 
DO YOURSELF A FAVOUR - SEE 
THUS HOME AND BUY AT ONLY 
832.000. 

ART LAWRENCE DON ANDERSON 
479-2317 388-5685 

OAK BAY 
OLDER HOME 

IF YOU WANT AN IMMACULATE 
HOUSE WTTH 2 OR 3 BEDROOMS. 
1*4 BATHROOMS. FULL BASE¬ 
MENT AND A LARGE PRODUC 
TIVE GARDEN THIS IS IT ON A 
QUIET STREET,- ONLY 819.900 - 
CALL: 

; RT LAWRENCE DON ANDERSON 
479-3317 388-5085 

BUS. 479-1667 ( 24 HRS. ) 

4 BR “FAMILY” HOME 
MUST BE SOLD 
Vacant and available for Immedi¬ 
ate occupancy. Main floor consists 
of lge electric kitchen, family rm. 
living rm and one bdrm. Upstair* 3 
Ifclrm* and bath. OOM heat, new 
roof, atuccn, wiring and aluminum 
window*. Fenced lot. on newer. 
Easy term* to a reliable purchaser 
on the asking price of 816,9on. 

47!i 16*7 OR RES 479-6648 

BILL ANDERSON 


BROADVIEW PROPERTIES 
1039 Johnson St. 
384-8001 

, NEW HOMES 824.850 
2833-2842 KAKR-LANGFORD 
Go Jacklln to urono to Karr to see 
these 3 bedroom full basement 
stucco homes, low down payment. 
Call 

STAN SAGE 384-4347. 

HEH! MR. FIXIT! 

THROW SOME PAINT 
ON ME! $13,500 
_ m not much to look at but a little 
paint or stucco would sure give me 
a face lift. Hava a lot going for me 
— 3 bedrooms although one Is In 
the attic — hot water heat and a 
part basement I am really not 
expensive at only 813.500 — ye* I'm 
on sewer too — I’m also well 
mortgaged so with a low down 
payment — I'm all youra. Please 
call 384-8001. 

GLADYCE McLURE 

1264 COLDSTREAM AVE. 
LANGFORD, $15,950 
BACKS ONTO A HILL 
MOBILE HOME 
AND LOT 

2 bedrms., living rm., dining rm.. 
utility, kitchen, and sundeck STAN 
SAGE 384-800L 

HILLSIDE SHELBOURNE 

Immaculate 3 or 4-bedroom home 
situated on almost 10.000 sq ft. of 
prime holding property. Home and 
ground# In excellent condition, 
owner offer* good terms on 825.000 
full i>rice. Call 304-8001. RON 
BLACK. 


COLWOOD-NEAR NEW 
ONLY $23,900 

Well lielow replacement cost, apltt- 
lovcl home with 3 bedrooms, master 
en suite. Separate dining and living 
room. lovely kitchen. Well financed, 
so low down payment will handle. 
For further Information call STAN 
JAMES or ALF PORCHER at 388- 
2965. 


GORDON HEAD 

3. 4 or 5 bedrooms. Recreation 
room, 19x36, with fireplace. Tons of 
room here. Lot fuMy landscaped, 
95x106. take over 815.400 EXIST¬ 
ING mortgage at a spectacular 
7*4% Interest rate payable *125 85 
rn-mhh. amortized to pay out in 
1991 Down payment 821.000. Phone 
JOHN RUSSELL. 386-2955 or 592- 
324*. View by appointment only. 
TOTAL 9 ROOMS. 


CONVENIENCE AND 
PRIVACY 

2-bedroom home on a 100x100 ft 
treed lot. This is a real charming 
home for the smaller family Half 
block to shop* and transportation 
Asking 915.700. R. FROST. 386-2955 
or res. 592-6832. 


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X BOULTBEE X 
X SWEET X 
X Realty X 
X Ltd. X 
X X 
X 

YORKSHIRE TRUST AFFILIATE 

OPEN HOUSE 
WATERFRONT $43,000 
2875 ASHLEY ROAD 
SAT. 1:30 to 4 p.m. 

SUN. 1:30 to 4 p.m. 

Over 100 feet waterfront 
and over one half acre of 
beautiful property naturally 
treed and offering seclusion 
and privacy. 3 bedrooms, 
full basement, rec room 
with fireplace. W. 
MICHAELS in attendance, 
or call 388-5561 anytime. 

OPEN HOUSE 
TOWN AND COUNTRY 
870 PENDENE $19,500 
SAT, 1:30 to 4 p.m. 

SUN. 1:30 to 4 p.m. 

Four bedroom house on a 
large lot. Living room with 
fireplace, large kitchen with 
eating area. Drive in ga¬ 
rage. No thru street. CAM 
MacLEAN in attendance, 
388-5561 anytime. 

LANGFORD 
TWO HOMES 
2675 MILLSTREAM RD, 
$22,000 

2661 MILLSTREAM RD 
$22,500 

Completely rebuilt, new 
wall-to-wall broadloom, new 
kitchen cabinets, plastered 
throughout, full high base¬ 
ment, partly completed with 
R.I. plumbing, new OOM 
furnace, fenced lot, your 
down payment. To view call 
WALLY MICHAELS, o r 
CAM MacLEAN, 388-5561 
anytime. 

NIAGARA— 

JAMES BAY 

Near the sea, shopping and 
transportation. 2 bedrooms, 
no sups on quiet street. 
$14,900. To view call EARL 
McLACHLAN. 388-5561. 

CADBORO BAY- 
ARBUTUS 
Charm and seclusion on a 
1 ovely Cul-de-sac. Beauti¬ 
fully panelled throughout, 
wall to wall shag broad¬ 
loom, kitchen with built-ins, 
utility on main floor, large 
rec. room with open fire¬ 
place, extra bathroom, kit¬ 
chenette. Could be in-law 
suite. Asking $36,500. For 
further details call WALLY 
MICHAELS, 388-5561 any¬ 
time. 


JOHNSTON AND 00. LTD. 
1306 BROAD STREET 


STUCCO BUNGALOW 
ONE ACRE 

Located In 5-milt circle near View 
Royal. Land mostly cleared, a ad 
fenced. Comfortable home ha* two 
bedroom*, living room with fire¬ 
place. bright kitchen. Full base¬ 
ment, modern OOM furnace. The 
land has gentle southerly slope with 
good garden soil and mature fruit 
free*, cherry, apple, ate. City 
water. May qualify for VLA. 
827.500. Mr*. WebbT (77-3095 or 185- 
3471. 


DEAN HEIGHTS 
$16,500 

Stucco bungalow, two bedroom* (1 
large), living room with fireplace. 
Part basement. OOM furnace. Good 
■ire fenced lot. Located in a very 
nice area between Richmond and 
Foul Bay Road. Close to good bus 
service, stores and university. Mrs. 
Webb. 477-3095 or 385-2471. 


PORTAGE INLET 
AND OLYMPICS VIEW 
AVAILABLE JUNE 1st 

High on a pa rid Ike lot with vlewa 
from the picture window Uvlng 
room with fireplace Separate 
dining room, bright modern kit¬ 
chen. three bedrooma—2 main. 1 
down. Sparkling 4-pce vanity bath. 
Full dayMght basement wtUi drive- 
in garage and extra parktng area. 
ParidUce garden, fruit trees, green¬ 
house and garden tool shed com¬ 
plete thl* weU kept property. On 
busline. 8 minutes from town 
Friendly neighbours A treed area 
of beauty and convenience. Priced 
to sell at 833.900. Clear Tide. 

bill McCulloch 
385-2481 


MUST SELL THIS WEEK 

Three bedrooms, living room with 
fireplace, dining room, sundeck off. 
Large cabinet electric kitchen. 3 
bathrooms, full high basement with 
extra room. Beautiful landscaped 
lot Owneri have purchased. Asking 
| 2 g 900. Call now. 

riix McCulloch 385-2471 


WWW WWW 

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WHITTOME’S 

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DOWNTOWN BRANCH” 
706 FORT ST. 388-4271 

wwwwwwwwwwwww 

LAKE HILL 

5 GOOD REASONS YOU SHOULD 
OWN THIS RESIDENCE:- 
L Exterior never needs painting 
(Asbestos Siding and Durotd 
Rood 

2. Interior In spotless and Immacu¬ 
late condition. O H A heated, 
and heatllator fireplace In L.R. 
Two iTxlB’ B.R., 

4 Pet. vanity Bath 

3. For your leisure. a m 
delightful back garden of lawns, 
trees and flowers. 

4. Full cement baaement with bed¬ 
room. 2-pce. bath and workshop. 

5. For your Automobile and Boat 

~ PWcl°&.900 (TERMS) 

C. J. HARRINGTON 388-4271 

CADBORO BAY 
THE CHOICE DISTRICT 
NEAR UNIVERSITY 

Attractive six room bungalov 
.. id lot. 


NEWSTEAD 
REALTY 
LTD. 

JUNCTION CENTRE 
1637 FORT STREET 882-8117 


beautifully^ landscaped 


SUPERB SEAVIEW 
TEN MILE POINT 

Architect designed 3-bed room liome 
oriented to capture the view to the 
fullest. Charming broadloomed liv¬ 
ing room with Inviting fireplace; 
looks up Haro Strait to Sidney and 
down Puget Sound to Mt. Rainier. 
Panelled beamed family room 
meant for cosy evenings. Admire 
passing ships from dining room 
AND breakfast nook, relax In a 
peaceful location. Asking 838.500 
with large mortgage. For appoint¬ 
ment to view, please call MR. 
BAXTER 385-2471. 


,_ 74x110. 

_ Eight fruit trees. Seml- 

secluston. Tastefully decorated. Gold¬ 
en oak floors. Nice living room 
with fireplace, guest dining room, 
three, better than average, bed¬ 
rooma. Cabinet electric kitchen with 
dining nook. Separate utility room, 
vanity bathroom. Full cement 
basement Oil-o-maUc heating- At¬ 
tached garage. Near 8ea, Store#, 
School and Bus. 

*6.000 Down Payment 
Balance to Vendor at 94b, 28 Yr. 
Term at *207 pm. PJb 

Full Price 131.000 

Call Mr. L. Wright on this 
Exclusive Listing. 479-2158 o 
42TL 

AT LAST - $18,900 
22 FT. LIVING ROOM 

Do you want room for year piano? 
Want a dining room? Well, here s a 
neat atucoo bungalow of 2 bed- 
rooms andr lect rtccabtnet kitchen. 
It haa a nice garden, sep garage, 
ollomalic heat, heavy wiring and 
low taxes. Near Jubilee. No 
basement clear UUe and could be 
financed If you have a low down 
payment. Price 818.900. 

C. VINING 388-4271 


DESPERATE 
MUST SELL OR TRADE 
333 Sabina Crescent in 
Thetis Heights. 1 % years old 
— 4 bedrooms and rumpus. 
MRS. V. ROBERTS 
382-8117 or 592-2171 

NEWSTEAD REALTY LTD. 

DIFFERENT AND 
INTERESTING 

Very Impressive two-year-old home 

Imposing tower of rugged bricks, 
enclosing a masterenft circular 
stairway of solid oak leading 
upstairs. A very tidy two acres, 
close to tuff course, provincial park 
and marina Viewing this gracious 
residence will be the beat descrip¬ 
tion of it all. simple to do. Just 
call 

BEN PARENT 
382-8117 or 382-5219 

NEWSTEAD REALTY LTD. 

CORDOVA BAY 
SEAVIEW 

Charming J-bedroom cottage Sea¬ 
view from cozy Uvlng room, 
electric kitchen. Laundry area. 
Part baaement. OOM heat 

$17,500 

MARY JAMES 
382-8117 or 477-5618 

NEWSTEAD REALTY LTD. 

GOOD BUY AT 
$17,500, $17,500 


Two bedrooms, living room with 
fireplace. 15x19 dining room with 
built Ins, modern electric kitchen. 
Full concrete lasement. with one 
bedroom and shower stall. Plumb! 
ing is copper, new loo amp service 
and OOM heat. Lot la all fenced 
fruit trees and garden area. Call 
quickly to view. 

BEN PARENT 
382-8117 or 382-5219 

NEWSTEAD REALTY LTD. 


Res. 479-3786 

OAK BAY - UVIC 
NEW TRI-LEVEL - $51.750 price REDUCTION 

If you are f | On this completely renovated two 

^ ^me^SUTto *«™>***i •« >.«* »»ve « 


On 


OWNERS MOVING 
MUST BE SOLD 
PRICE REDUCED 
TRY YOUR OFFER 


basement and a location that Is 
convenient to Schools, Racquet 
Club. University, etr.. then you 
should *ee this one. It ha* 21(« Sq 
Ft. finished and room for more. 3 
bathrooms. top quality built-in 
appliances of range. <ll*hwa*her. 
garburator. You can select your 
own colors for carpet In LR. DR. 
Den master BR. Stairway and 
SSI: Drive by 2035 Cedar Hill X 
Rd and take note of the treed area 
across the road and park-like 
grounds behind. 


_ this Immaculate 3-bedroom 

home. Large bright kitchen; com- 


dlnlng room and sundeck off. Full 
basement with .Vplece bathroom, 
some development and plenty of 
apace for family room, work area 
and laundry facilities. Attached 
carport parkllke lot with open view 
and Ideal for children. Paved roads, 
on sewer, convenient to school. To 
view this home now listed at 828,900 
phone Frank Beamish 385-3471. 


kCIWUll'lB WW'iinsi . 

deceived by the apparert size of 
the house - It l» far m.rre 
spacious than It appears. Phone for 


SOOKE VLA 

Immaculate 2-year-old. 3- 
bedroom home on Vi acre. 
Triple plumbing, outside 
lighting, excellent construc¬ 
tion. Bright 18x13 living 
room with fireplace. Sep. 
dining room. Self-contained 
in-law suite in the fully 
developed basement. Play 
house in the backyard for 
the children. Asking $32,500. 
Call 384-8001. 

McILROY or PALFREY 

HIGH VIEW LOCATION 

TODAY’S BL8T BUY. ONLY 4 
YEXRS OLD. 3 BEDROOMS. STEP- 
SAVER KITCHEN. DINING ROOM. 
LIVING ROOM WITH FIRE- 
PLACE. FINISHED REC. ROOM. 
CARPORT AND EXTRA PARK 
ING AREA. ASKING 825.900 

BRUCE McILROY, 384-8001 

OAKLANDS AREA 
$20,500 

L-ahaped living room and dining 
room with FP 4-pce bath. 2- 
bedrooms. Full high cement base¬ 
ment with ln-law suite. Sep. 
garage. Close to all ammenlties. 
384-8001 anytime. 

JESSIE McGRATH 
PAULINE°BROOKES 


tovcK^ 1 U-drm^ | wvikshop^Ti 8 thJ° rcar^of toe i “ YOUNG.' t»S-8594 or 383-4124 

.-. 

price 844.300 Phone WALLY MIL 
LIU AN 384-8001 


TWO-STEP BUNGALOW 
$19,200 

Stucco bungalow on pretty lot 
will) huge garage and work¬ 
shop. Spacious living room with 
fireplace, sunny electric 
kitchen, with larger than usual 
utility room. Quiet street. The 
perfect home for Dad If he has 
a hobby. 

JACKIE WALDRON 
383-1480 , 388-4401 

$17,900 

LANGFORD 

Like new — ' 2 -bedroom, 
basement Moved home c 
pielely new. 

HAROLD BARBER 
388-4401, 384-2048 

$14,700 

ESQUIMALT 

a or I bedroom, no basement 

home on quiet street- 

school, transportation. - - : 
Large garage, utility room off 
kitchen. Low down payment 

HAROLD BARBER 
388-4401, 384-2048 

H ACRE AND SEA VIEW 
GORDON HEAD 
Charming older 4-bedroom, 
bathroom home with large 
living and dining rooms. 
Family kitchen. This 1* an 
exceptional opportunity for the 
growing family *3.1.900 
JACK PRICE. .188-4401 

OAK BAY, SEAVIEW 

OUTSTANDING VALUE 
Gracious 3-yeer-oia Vbedreom 
home. Large living room, sep¬ 
arate dining room. 3 bathrooms. 
All the modem amenities with 
old fashioned oomfort. Don't 
delay -- call now. 843.500, 

JACK PRICE 388-4401, 


CLOSE IN 

1 TWO EXTRA LOTS 

BEAUTIFUL PROPERTY WHERE 
YOU CAN BUILD A DUPLEX AND 
ANOTHER HOME. THE OWNERS 
HOME IS IMMACULATE. NICE 
LIVING ROOM AND DINING 
AREA 2 GOOD SIZE BEDROOMS. 
AND LARGE CABINET ELECTRIC 
KITCHEN. FULL HIGH BASE¬ 
MENT WITH EXTRA BEDROOM 
OR DEN WITH FIREPLACE PLUS 
2-PCE. BATHROOM. HEATED OF 
COURSE WITH OIL. ITS A REAL 
DEAL AT THE ASKING PH ICE OF 
*36.900. EXCLUSIVE WITH FRANK 


EXCELLENT 
INVESTMENT 

A delightful 1300 sq. ft home. 3 or 
‘ HR*. Only 7 irs old. Hardwood 

SI?' i» dl AwSirs P SJu 

Trill*, even In downstairs suue. 
possible for youth or In-laws which 
Includes k rec. room and extra 
fireplaoe. 

SEA VIEW 

From Uv. rm. kit and 1 br. 
Reduoed to 

$31,500 

far quick sale. 

Rex Hughes Agencies_ 

8844758 or Monday 478-1729_ 


OPEN HOUSE 

OPEN HOUSE 

OPEN HOUSE 

6353 RODOLPH (AT TANNER) 
SATURDAY AND IUNDAY 
AFTERNOONS 

A fine new 3 bedroom home 
with double plumbing and 
double wldt carport and sun- 
deck. Many interesting decora¬ 
tive features. Large lot Nice 


home hurt 

_. n a osi tttl as 

id. Fully furnished 
ve In. Only 


and ready to move In. Only fM.VX). 
Call Frank Allen of Rex Hughe# 
Agencies — 478-4807 or 478-2762. 


DE LUXE RANCHER 

(.orated In one of 


SOMETHING SPECIAL 
TWO HOUSES 
OVER HALF ACRE 

Live In this spotle** Iwn-iiedroom 
home <»nly four year* old and rent 
the other, also In spotless condition. 
Both homes have large living 
rooms, kitchens and vanity halh- 
rooms. OOM heul and separate 
garage Nicely landscaped and 
close to solxio!* and all convent- 
finest areasl •’nces There's hJ*u a large 2Sx*0 


BURNSIDE-CAMDEN 

$12,900 

2 liedrooms. family room and large 
kitchen. All modem service*. Kwx 
150 ft. corner lot. Try your offer. 
FROST. .186-3955 or re*. 592-6832 


B.C. LAND 

INSURANCE AGENCY 
LTD. 


SOUTH OF 
RACQUET CLUB 
Within easy walking dis¬ 
tance to the University. 
Close to all school levels, 
excellent neighborhood on a 
no-through street. A quality 
home with 3 bedrooms on 
main floor, full high base¬ 
ment developed with rec 
room, bedroom and full 4- 
piece bath. A large 1Vl c /c 
mortgage. All this for only 
$33,900. 

Fur further details call 
WALLY MICHAELS, 388- 
5561 anytime. 


3.45 ACRES 
VIEW ROYAL 

Solid two-bedroom home, good size 
bedrooms, large kitchen, living 
room with fireplace, full basement. 
OOM heat. This Is a lieautlful 
parifllke property with lovely fruit 
trees, nut trees and natural rock 
plants. Ideal for keeping a horse, 
chickens, etc. Excellent garden eoil 
839.950 total price or may consider 
selling house or land separately. 
“ - >r 385-2471. 


1287 GARKIL 
OFF BLENKINSOP 

3-bedroom bungalow with full base¬ 
ment Large kitchen. Sundeck off 
serious living room-dining room. 
Situated on a 90 ft wide lot among 
stately evergreen*. This home has a 
most desirable setting on a quiet 
street, among other lovely homes. 
See It now! 

Asking 825.400 

GEORGE PARSONS - 388 5556 

OAK BAY 

2363 BOWKER AVE. 

conveniently located 2-bedrm. 
home In spotless condition on a 
beautifully landscaped lot. HW 
floors In the front and dining room 
and an attractive fireplace. 
Economical oil hot water heat, 
drlve-ln garage and probably stove 
and fridge stay. 

Price 825.000 

Call WALLY HKLLIESEN 
388 5555 

_B.C. I-and % Insur. Co. Ltd._ 

GLEN LAKE. COLWOOD 
SPARKLING NEW HOME with 
views of lake, located on a quiet 
lieuutlful cut de aac amongst oiher 
fine homes. This Is definitely one of 
l he l>e*l buys In Victoria .1 
lied room* — IK balhs — lieautlful 
living room with lovely fireplace, 
nice dining room with sundeck off. 
Bright, modern kitchen roughed 
in fireplace In full high cement 
bisement s**t up Ides My for further 
development. Excellent financing 
available. This won't last at low 
price of 827.500, Call 


ROYAL TRUST 

REAL ESTATE SALES DEPT. 

GORDON HEAD 

he compact well arranged flc 
plan of this picturesque home 
ideal for a small family requiring 
two bedroom*. Situated on a large 
lot with a glimpse of the sea and 
partial seclusion. Through Hall, 
Cosy knotty pin# panelled living 
room with open fireplace, dining 
room, modern kitchen. 2 bright 
liedrooms. .1 pee. bathroom. Oak 
Floors. Electric Heating. Separate 
car i>ort. Tool Shed. nnn 

Price 825,000 

OAK BAY 

Seven-room stucco semi-bun galow 
situated one short block from 
Willows Beach, consists U through 
hall, living room. guest size dining 
room, large kitchen, l bedroom and 
4-pce. bathroom on the main floor. 
Open stairway to a small den, 2 

sir 1 * •* w - 


A. E. COLES. 388-4311 
Evenings, 592-3311 


ROYAL TRUST CO. 

Comer Government and View 
Street 

Member Victoria Real Estate 
Board. 


GORDON HEAD 
SEA VIEW 

This Is a home of beautv Large 
Uv. Rm with interesting Fireplace. 
Dining Rm with Patio Doors Lge. 
Kitchen. Patio Doors to Sundeck - 
good eating area — ,Lge. Master 
Bedim with ensulte plumbing - a 
Rec Rm with panelled walls 
and Fireplace. The downMair area 
completely finished with extra 
bathrm and 2 bedrms. 838 400 To 
view!™ Call: 3884271 LORRAINE 
ZIEGLER 502-1788. 

JUST LJSTED 
LANGFORD. $16,900 

This Ideal retirement or starter. 
stucco and siding bungalow of 2 or 
3 bedrooms Is hi immaculate 
condition on nice large lot «vl can 
be vour* tor realistic price <jf 
glfi,9no Taxes only *1 per year and 
terms are available For further 
information and to view phone now 

“ARMY” ARMSTRONG 
388-4271, RES. 479-2855 


is move in and enjoy the Large lot, 
with fruit trees, flowers, etc. All 
this at bargain price of 

$17,900 

BEN PARENT 
382-8117 or 382-5219 

NEWSTEAD REALTY LTD. 

METCHOSIN 
ONE YEAR OLD 
3 BEDROOMS 

Now you can buy ibis Immaculate 
three bedroom, full basement home 
with large sundeck situated on a 
nicely treed lot with access from 
two streets. The owners are 
reluctant to sell but must due to a 
future posting. Large 1st Mortgage 
can be assumed. Phone for ap- 
gdntmenta to view. Full Price only 

C. L. (BUZZ) FRASER 
382-8117 or 384-5604 

NEWSTEAD REALTY LTD. 


3399 CARDIFF PLACE 
UPPER LANSDOWNE 
$39,500 

Lovely three-bedroom split level j j H whittome & Co. Ltd. 
home on quiet cul-de-sac dose to 
schools and Ihis. Living room has 
beamed vaulted ceiling with floor-to- 
celltng stone fireplace. Separate 
dining room opens onto large 
very private sundeck Modern 

kitchen. Broadloom Ihroughout 
Rec. rm with fireplace down. Large 
treed lot with room to enlarge 
house If desired. Good mortgage at 
7 s * per cent. For appointment to 
view call MR BAXTER. 385-2471. 


LOW PRICK 
HIGH QUALITY 
BUNGALOW 

Located In toe dty, dose to bus 
stop and hospital. Three steps Into 
good value. Large living room with 
fireplace. Two bright bedrooms and 
sun room. Automatic oil furnace. 
Pretty lot and garden. Be first to 
call. Just 817.50(1; Easy terms. Call 
Simon Flett anytime 385-2471. 


'rlro!! properly', 

place adjoining the spadous kit- harnlymna 
chen. Uv. rm. and din. rm. in-line 
with luxurious wall-to-wall carpet 
and floor to celling fireplace. Huge 
double garage with storage and 
workshop area. Corner landscaped 
kit (.4 of an acre) Asking price for 
this 2'- lmth beauty is MS.imo. To 
view by appointment without obli¬ 
gation phone 479-1667 or Res 479- 

BILL ANDERSON | 

LARGE, LUXURIOUS 
5 MIN. TO UVIC 
1419 McKENZIE 
HIGH ABOVE ROAD 
LGE. WOODED LOT 

1325 Sq. Ft. - BEAUTIFUL 
ROCKWORK on face of this smart, 
lovely, large home — built by 
MASTER BUILDER with FINEST 
material* — back far enough to 
practically ELIMINATE TRAFFIC 
m'HSE. - Wg living room with 
CHARACTER FIREPLACE, separ¬ 
ate dining room — DREAM 
KITCHEN with ample eating space 
open to HUGE SUNDECK over 
DOUBLE CARPORT - THREE 
BIG BEDROOMS (one with enste. 
bathroom). Full high basement with 
40-FT. RUMPUS ROOM and 
EXTRA bathroom roughed In - 
also space for extra bedrooms or 
den. Not quite finished but wl" 
reedy for occupancy In 2 w 
Underground wiring (no ugly | 
poles) wed priced at 836,500 with 
excellent terma. 

JOHN BISHOP, 479-1667 
RES. 656-2308 


NR. JUBILEE, $17,300 
1744 BAY ST. 

An older home, six room*, 
complete bathrooms. Could make 
fine family room or revenue with 
self-contained suite. Priced for fast 
sale - make your offer. 

. EVELYN PERSICKE 383-3921 
BRIAN BROWN 386-1254 

OFFICE 479-1667 
J. H. Whittomp k Co. Ltd. 


NEW HOMES 

living, dining. 1 bedroom 


nients 
2 bedroom* 
.1 liedrooms 

4 bedrooms 


819.900 

I’JU.tiOO 

821,'JUU 


PARK PACIFIC INVESTMENTS Croteau Home* 

LTD. Beaufort Rd.. Sidney. 6564161 


FABULOUS 
SEA vif:w 

Thl* may modern liungalow shel- 
tered by huge Dogwoods on large 
prestige lot 1* EASY TO BUY! 
Cordova Bay 817.900. 

BEV McARTHUR 

658-5565 or 384-8001 anytime 

COLWOOD! 


peace and quiet! Three bedrooms. 
3 hathrooms AND charming suite 
or recreation! BEV. McARTHUR 
656-5565 or 3M-80U1 any lime. 


ENGINEERED HOMES 
* OFFERS 

This new Ibedroom home with 
fireplace and carport, situated on 
large sewared lot In Sidney. LARGE 

s&iasnu awr- Fuu 

ENGINEERED HOMES 


BY OWNER 

MOUNT DOUGLAS AREA 
POST AND BEAM 
3 nr 4-bedrom home, living room, 
large dining room, kitchen with 
eating area and family room or 
fourth bedroom off. 1*4 bathrooms. 
1.490 *q. R. on main floor. Full 

rS/SOfT'e veiling* *ot 
weekends. 


BY OWNER. FAMILY TYPE 
home, very good condition. High 
Quadra area, quiet street 4 
bedrooms, dining room, fireplaoe. 
Includes fully furnished ln-law suite 
In basement Separate garage. 2 
workshops, lota " “*— 
tree* and shrub*, 
payment, to view 


,->epar«ir x«io. 

i - of storage. 
m. 823.500. low 
w 3884840 


thn 


GORDON HEAD. BY OWNER, 
well planned l'/*-year-old home 
quiet cul-de-sac. convenient 
school and recreation aentree. 
bedrooma, 1*4 baths, large 
room and 4 th bedroom almoet 
finished. 4117 San Capri Terrace. 
829.500. 477-6283. 


F 

N 

CABELDU 

T 

D 

1212 BROAD STREET 
383-7174 


OPEN HOUSE w 
SAT.. SUN.. 1:304:30 P M. 
Private sale. 3 years old. --- 
Head, 3 level plus basement. 4-8 
i>edroom*. IV, bath, plus master 
bedroom en suite. Quiet cul-de-sac. 
e to park, adiuols. university. 
W0. 4549 Montford Crescent. 477- 
1077. _ 


OFFER ON THIS 

And he hippy with a delightful 2-or 
.1-1 tedroom home on half an acre of 
land with a paddling pool even, 
vy shake roof. Huge garage 
and workshop. Delightful L.R. wlTh 
fireplace. Modem bright kit. Rec¬ 
reation room. 

PRESENTLY VLA 

Owner traiuferred. Offers on 
823.500. Colwood area. Rex Hughes 
Agencies. 384-6766 or 078-1729 


QUADRA-LAKE HILL 
$12,950 

Exrag ent 3-bedroom stucco home. 
New heavy duty wiring, eopjter 
plumbing, etr- The lot la very large. 
It needs a cleanup. This new listing 
wrwi't last 

Bob Carslde, City Trust 3*34141 


SUl'HRB LITTLE POST AND 
(►earn home on large corner lot. 2 
bright bedrooms, lovely comer 
fireplace, full covered garage and 
w-rkslK»p Ijingfonl area, offers on 
*’7.9»W Call Frank Allen of Rex 
Hughes Agencies. 4784807 or 478- 


OLDER. S-BEDROOM ON LARGE 
lot In Langford. Large living room 
srlth fireplace, *36.200 call Frank 
Allen of Rex Hughes Agencies, 478- 
4807 - 478-2702. 


CUSTOM-BUILT. SPLIT LEVEL. 3- 
bedrooms. rumpus room, attached 2- 
car garage, fully landscaped. 
825.900. Ownfr, 478-2565. 


TWO-THIRDS ACRE, 3 B 
rooms, full basement. home, 
sewer, nicely treed, 1-room cottage 
Included. 824,900. 4794810. 


COUNTRY CHARM 
Quality residence tucked back 
nearly amongst a variety of trees. 
Colonial exterior with correct pro¬ 
portion of stone, wood siding and 
stucco. Attractive Interior planning, 
comprising a living room with 
southern exposure, separate dining 
room, family size kitchen (a real 

knock-out) four extra large bed¬ 
rooms (shouldn't lie any problem 

doling these rooms out). Quality 

catfietlng throughout. Three con- 
- enlently placed bathroom*. Urge 
family room with fireplace. Easy to 
tend lot 95x132. First time offered 
and more than you exjiert for 
842.900. CaD Simon Flett anytime 

385-2471. 


OAK RAY SPECIALS 

1. Lovelv little rettremen! or 

starter bungalow with two g'vxl size 
bedrooms, bright kitchen and wall- j 
to-wall living and room with nlcej 
brick fireplace Excellent construc¬ 
tion -pretty garden and separate 
garage, location close to Beach 
Drive, the water, transportation 
and small park. No basement low 
step home priced to sell quickly at 
Six.900. . , 

For appointment to view this 
charming little low upkeep home 
located In a lovely quiet area of 
Oak Bay call: 

J. B. YOUNG 

3834124 anytime or 668-8394 % 

2. Willows —lovely 2-bedroom, no¬ 
step modem bungalow with separ¬ 
ate garage, bright kitchen and 
dining area. Large separate living 
room —hardwood floors. Every¬ 
thing In A-t condition - nice little 
garden with greenhouse -under 
*25.000. Ideal retirement or starter. 
Call J. B. Young. 3834124 anytime 
or 658-8504. 


BETTER HOMES 

1-CENTRAL SAANICH M I N I A- 
ture estate! with one of the moat 
beuullful gardens In Victoria 
This lovely home set amongst 
trees, shrubs and flowers ha* 
three bedrooms —nicely 
finished recreation room (best 
mahogany) den or study and 
charming entertainment —*— 


country living In a quiet area 
with good quick routes to town. 
838.500. For ap|iolnUnent to view 
call J. B Young, 658-8594 or 383- 
4124 anytime. 

2—FALAISK CRESCENT — 
Broad mead border, a fabulous 
buy at *37,900 with excellent 
terms. Possible VLA. .4 acre 
with 4 bedrooms, recreation 
room, study, unsurpassed views 
of Olympics. Sooke Hills and 
city from high setting amongst 
t r c e <1 Iteautlfully landscaped 
grounds Seclusion ami hot water 
heat, heavy shake roof, alumi¬ 
num windows, large sundeck. To 
view this lovely family home 
call J. B Young, 658-8594 or 383- 
4124 anytime. Park Pacific 
Investments. 


1622 GLi- 

Saturday, Sunday. 11 a.(»».-4 p.m. 
Jubilee Hospital area. Private sale. 
Immaculate modern stucco bunga^ 
low. 2 bedrooms, living room and 
large kitchen. Full high basement, 
partially finished. Drive-In garage. 
Wl30' lot. 821.900. Financing can 
be arranged. 6560317 


COLWOOD, BY BUILDER 
New Swiss style 3-bedroom home on 
•7x142' lot. 14 bath, colored 
fixtures, large kitchen, more than 
mple cabinet*. Large living and 
lining room with panelled wall, full 
high liasement. drive In garage. For 
Information 478-5043.__ 


J. A. HENDERSON 
REALTY LTD. 

385-9741 ANYTIME 
WE BUY. SELL AND TRADE 


IN CITY. $13,900 

THR EE-BEDROOM BUNGALOW 
near schools and bus on LARGE 
LOT. Nice living room with FIRE- 
FM.ACE plus large FAMILY ROOM 
and kitchen all on one floor. 
Excellent financing, low down pay¬ 
ment 

385-9741 CY SHEARING 592-2U38 


IMMACULATE 
GOOD FAMILY HOME 
VERY BEST 
LOCATION 

A well eared for large family home 
of ( bedrooms, living room with 
fireplace, separate dining room, 
large kitchen and a full cement 
basement The second floor could he 
a 2-bedroom self-contained legal 
suite leaving the spacious main 
floor for the owner Full as)' 
price 125.900. 

FRED SUTTON 
385-9741 658-5104 


Beach Drive area -older 
charming home choice location 2 
Br. —needs work but real value In 
low twenties. A best buy. Call J. “ 
Young 658-8564 or 3834124 anytime. 

4. Uplands Border - 5-bedroom 
beauty has everything desired to a 
fine family home. Rec. room etc 
- under 838.000. 

5. 3-bedroom beauty -high Oak 
Bay — Immaculate — modern 
executive. Under *4*1.000. Call J. B. 
Young. 658-8594 or 3834124. 

6. For these and other choice Oak 
Hav homes call J. II. Young - 
8594 or 8834124 anytime 

Park Pacific Investments 


DEAL DIRECT 
BUILD NOW 
We will custom-build you a 
new home with full bas. 2 or- 
bedrm. for as low as 
$20,500. Several sewered and 
paved lots available in Sid¬ 
ney plus V4 acre treed lots in 
Swartz Bay area. Financing 
can be arranged. 

A. S. Bains Dev. Ltd. 
652-1497 


FANTASTIC VIEW 
814 FAIRBURN 
$28,450 


/ LAKE HILL 
Comer Borden and McBriar. 
Close to schools and park 
amongst new homes. Im¬ 
maculate 4-bedrm. home. 
Large kitchen and family 
rm. New wiring and heating. 
Qualify for NHA Mortgage. 
I^ow down p. Price $18,700. 
Will trade. 

A. S. Bains Dev. Ltd. 
652-1497 


NSW, 1.200 SQ. FT., 3-BEDROOM 
h.*n« on quiet cul-da-aac. large 
treed lot 1V4 bathe. Old brick 
Spanish arches and full flrepUn. 

Road, 825.900. By builder, 478-7182. 


ROYAL OAK. SECLUDED WITH 
grand view, on Coiqultz River. 2- 
bedroom, 13-year-old home on 9-1« 
of an acre. Full price 828,400. 479- 
1148. 


FOR SALE BY OWNER 4 BED- 
rooms, high location, carport •un- 
deck combination. On aewer. cable- 
virion. Thetla Lake area 478-9778 
after 3:86 p.m. 


OPEN HOUSE 
1 - 4. SAT. - SUN. 

2291 Arbutus. Colonial 5 Bedroom*. 
.1 Full Bath*. 845.500. 

Porile Construction - 4T7-JT3B 


METCHOSIN 
PANORAMIC VIEW 

main floor — 2 bedroom*, 1 
....jig room with fireplace. 2 
kitchen, sundeck off kitchen < 
carport. Fully finished baser 

with bedroom en-suite, recres_ 

room with fireplace. Approx. *4 
acre landscaped property Haa 

BETfcs'alSlIft 


385-9741 


658-5153 


CUSTOM HOMES 

Beautiful treed property to ha 
ready fur subdivision shortly Re 
one of the first to choose a lot 

_ . .__ . . -I Feel free to ask me about our 

On_a quiet street In an area of ftoe j (tutom aiding a home to ^our 


A •£« 

vl:" f 


•dflcatlonk on one of these lots, 
can handle full financing and 


kitchen wtth natural grained J cin 

iilrch cabinets. brimming with ... 


_ cabinet*. brimming with f 

feminine appeal and warm liva¬ 
bility. 3 bedroom*. bath. lull 
basement suitable for in-law suite. 
Just watting for a family that 
appreciates the beat 


Drive by. then call 
proud to show It. 


us. we'll be 


KASAPI CONSTRUCTION 
388-6191 anytime 
Garry R. Dake 477-6012 . 


popular North ridge area close _ 
town and schools. We handle trade- 
ins 9*1 mortgaging and C M H C 
loans. It costs nothing to enquire 
KEN HENDERSON. 3«L9741 or 8W- 
6794 J. A Henderson Realty Ltd. 


OPEN HOUSE 
SUN. MAY 9 
24 P.M 

JUBILEE AREA 
$1000 DOWN 

Older completely renovated 4-bed¬ 
room, 2-bathroom home. New 
plumbing. heating and wiring. 
Drive by and phone for viewing. 
Full price 821.900 - 1729 Duchess. 
Reab>»ard Construction Ltd. 

Call 852-2578 or 478-5458 


NEW, EXCLUSIVE 
TOWN HOUSES 

bedrooms — 2 bathrooms — 
•ext wood kitchen — wall-to-wall 
carpet. Over 1.500 sq. ft of 
architect deigned beauty. Attrac¬ 
tively landscaped. Luxurious living 
with low down payment with 
balance at ft 1 ; per cent N.H.A. to 
qualified purchaser. 

Phone ownqr any ume — 388-1441 
Capital City Construction 


MUST SELL 
FAIRFIELD 
3 BEDROOMS 

833.800 

Modernized, spacious, 1190 sq. ft 
wtth full baaement Garage and 
large lot 1244 McXansle St G. 
Devalin 8824144 or T. Purdan 470- 

* 6 *Coocord Realty Ltd., 8826471 


BY OWNER 
Unobstructed seaview. immaculate 
home and garden. 1704 East view 
Drive, Sidney. 


PRIVATE SALE. 
Place. 5 room*, bu 
6174. 


SIDNEY 
3 BEDROOMS 

Cosy dean full baaement home 
with finished den to basement. 
Large L.R with fireplace, bright 
kitchen with sundeck off and rear 
entrance to garage. Close to town 
and schools. Easy financing on 
asking price of 822,500. Nice family 

h °™KEN HENDERSON 


385-9741 


382-6794 


i • BUILD : ! 

For safe. DEPENDABLE.. troublo- 
free building see VICTORIA CON- 
FTRUCTK)jr We deelgn and ar 

UEhdHW 

participation considered Cal) us and 
discuss yvjur needs - no obligation 
Ph< -w 388-6601 4774280 


4154 BRACKEN 
View thi* quality home 

Professionally finished Interior. 
Choose own carpet and Ighl 
fixtures To view, phone Ulyr— 
Const. 4774403. 


MOVE 
IN 

NOW 

Buy direct Phone us tor your new 
home needs. We have homes of 8 
bedrooms, full basement one to one 
plus one-half baths. sundeck*. 
carports, plus and plus. Situated In 
Gordon Head and the City on quiet 
streets and beautiful views. Very 
tonal by priced. Low down pay- 
its and low monthly payments, 
interest Ph Kasapl Construe* 
Co. LUL. 3866191. 5024061. 


GORDON HEAD 

Spilt level home 2.200 aq. ft. 
finished area. 8 or 4 bedrooma, 3 
bathrooms, wall-to-wall carpet to 
rec, dining and living room and 
hall, finished laundry, teak kitchen 
cupboards, nook, separate dining 
room. 9xlft* entrance hall, base¬ 
ment. Many extras. Heavy shake 
roof, carport, sundeck with storage 
uixiernealh Quu-L no thru road, 
lighted street, underground wiring, 
full v landscaped. A 2S-year-old 
home only 2 miles from K Mart. 
Cari 477-5314 after 5.00 p.m._ 

, , IN SIDNEY. UNDER CON8TRUC 
THE BEST BUY IN TOWN’ WELL | turn. 2 bedroom, split level. cU«e 
kept older stucco bungalow on; ^ gjl.joo Also 4 bedroom. 3** 
quiet dty street. Two bedrooms finished rec down, quiet cul- 

pius den or third bedroom OOM *28 800 . i-* 

heat Asking 814.950. terms. Call , 

MR. HEGEN of National Trust Co. 1 


| ifiToWNER. UNIVERSITY AREA. 
5 bedroom home. 835.000. 4T7403X 


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38 faUM«dhmW. Victoria, B.C., Sunday, May 9, 1971 

230 HOUSES FOB SALE. 230 HOUSES FOB SALE 250 HOUSES FOB SALE 


CANADA PERMANENT 

TRUST 

CANADA PERMANENT 
“WE TRADE HOMES 


RETIREMENT OR FAMILY HOME 

SEMI-SECLUDED WITH A VIEW 
3 br*. plus den, Urge LR with 
fireplace, kitchen with built-in*, 
and large eating area. W-W 
carpet Excellent well-built one- 
owner home. Ideally located, with 
Mew. K. E. DICKSON. 386-1391 or 
479-496L 

RENTING? _ _. 

Why rent? We have a good 3-br. 
home, eeparate garage, fully 
financed now. 1U good. JACK 
DOBSON. 386-1361 or 656-5676. 

SIDNEY 

i.tke Sidney? See thla almost new 
3-br. full basement Immaculate 
home at only 633.900. JACK 
DOBSON. 386-1361 or 656-5678 

8IMPSONS-SEARS AREA 
3-br. home with 3-pce. bathroom, 
DR -- 


476-4141 or 386-1361. 


s s c 

SWINERTON, 
STEWART CLARK 
LIMITED 

1318 Blanshard Street 
385-2481 

3950 DOWN 

BEST BUY IN TOWN 
IMMACULATE 

Truly a SPARKLING home located 
close to Victoria high school 
featuring ... bright cosy living rm. 

.. separate family dining rm. .. . 
2 nice bedrooms . . . large modern 
electric kitchen . . . FULL BASE¬ 
MENT . . . 22x15 panelled rec. rm. 

. . . Auto OU heat . . . Rewired 
. . Copper pipe • New separate 
stucco garage . . . IN MINT CON- 
>NiU a Full Price of 618,500. 


VICTORIA GOLF CLUB 
SEA VIEW i 

SWIMMING POOL 
We have the privilege of offering 
(or sale a most gracious 2150 mi 
it. executive home situated on 1.4 
beautifully landscaped acres In 
South Oak Bay. The lovely 
beamed celling LR overlooks the 
golf course. Strait of Georgia 
with the coast range In the 
background. The entertainment 
size DK looks out on to 
swimming pool, patio and se¬ 
cluded garden. Large bright 
kitchen has bullt-lns. Mew break¬ 
fast nook, 3 Urge brs., or 2 plus 
den. 318 bathrooms. <4-pee en 
suite), enclosed conservatory with 
oarbeque. I85.0U0. DUN ROB¬ 
BINS. 562-7641 or MADGE HULE 
383-5369 or 386-136L 

& BEDROOMS 
«34.sOU 

Within easy walking distance of 
City Hall. Spacious family home 
in excellent condition. Full base 
ment. Large double garage with 
extra parking space available. 
HARRY WOOD, 386-1361 or M2 
2647. 

10 ROOM HOME 

> t ACRE PARK-LIKE GROUNDS 
Close to Government House, very 
spacious rooms, 4 or 5 bedrooms, 
extra large LR and DR. 2 sun 
rooms, ample plumbing. Ideal for 
large family, or would make a 
terrific rest home. Also, consider 
converting to several executive 
suites. $47,500. VAUGHN THOMP¬ 
SON 366-1361 or 656-6541 

2415 KERNWOOD 

923.500 

sitacious 3-BR family 
immaculate conditio 
cement basement Duplex zoned 
lot size: UUxlUU. HARRY WOOD 
.1x6-1361 or 582-3647. 

913.900 

Good starter or retirement Large 
lot plenty of room for expansion. 
GRAY LA1TE 592-3524 or 366-1361. 

923.900 

Large home near- the Gorge. FuH 
basement, main floor with all 
large rooms plus 1 bedroom. 
I ’pstairs lias 3 brs.. family 
accommodation at a modest price. 
GRAY LAITE 592-3524 or 386-136L 

926.500 

one of the nest 3-BR homes on 
today’s market, priced to sell 
Kec. rm.. LR with beams, bright 
kitchen, huge master Br. Land 
reaping Is perfect. GRAY LAITE 
.02-3524 or 366-1361 


MEANS' 

OAK BAY REALTY 
LTD. 

21M OAK BAY AVE. 

OAK BAY VILLAGE 
568-3321 

OAK BAY 

CLOSE TO VILLAGE 

Large 3-b * a r o o m bungalow 
ready for Immediate possession 
with separate living and dining 
rooms, fitted with new wall-to- 
wall carpets. Modernized kit¬ 
chen. Basement. Oil heat Full 
price only 933.600. JACK 
MEAJtS, 696-3321 

We trade homes * 

CLEAN! COMFORTABLE* 

PRICED RIGHT! 

918,500 

We are pleased to offer what 
we feel 1* above average 
accommodation In this price 
range. Living room with 
FIREPLACE, good dining kit 
chen combination. THREE 
BEDROOMS. good wiring, 
piumisng and heating. It s 
located In a very convenient 
and pleasant area. Hose to 
public transportation and 
schools. For further Information 
and viewing please phone B. E. 
JEFFERY.at 566-1321 

We like to trade 

CHARACTER HOME* 

GOOD LOCATION! 

Ml 9U0 

This well constructed home 
located Just off Rockland 
Avenue Is very spacious for 
large family accommodation, or 
can be used for revenue. High 
beamed ceilings, nine large 
rooms In all. very Impressive 
entrance hall and stairways, 
two rull Ixithrooms, two car 
garage with entrance from 
back lane, cement patio plus 
lush green lawns, flowering 
shrubs, fruit trees, garden 
space. We believe It to be good 
value May we have the 
priMlaga of showing you 


DICK JAMES - 385-24R1 

NORTH OAK BAY 
"EXCLUSIVE 
WOODBURN AVE." 

, V* ACRE 

Modem residence located close to 
Uplands Golf Course on a lovely 
quiet no thru street featuring ... 3 
bedrooms, 31x14 combined living 
rm. and dtnirgs rm. . . . 4-pee tiled 
vanity bathrm . . . Large electric 
kitchen wtth adjoining laundry . . . 
The full basement features a 30x11 
Rec. Rm. with fireplace and a 
17x11 Bedroom wtth 3-pee. batiirm. 
en suite . . . Auto, ofl heal . . . Full 
Price . . . 938.500. 

(lirK JAMES 3S&.2481 

FAIRFIELD 
WATCH YOUR WIFE’S 

Ey es light up when she sees this 5 
room full basement laingalow with 
the modem bright kitchen ... a 
well built homey home in lovely 
condition close to Beacon H1U Park. 
Vacant. 923.500. 

BEN WALTERS — 383-7830 Eve. 

DIRK OKKER - 478-4501 Eve 

ESQUIMALT RANCHER 
LARGE PRIVATE LOT 
Immaculate cheerful two bedroom 
and den rancher on a large level 
lot. Gracious entrance hall, 
spacious living room wtth fireplace. 
Bright modern kitchen with dining 
room or den off. Large master 
bedroom and an extra nice 
liedroom. Hoi water radiant heat. 
Among other nice homes on a quiet 
street. Good terms or cash. Oi 
$21,500. 

DIRK OKKER - 476-4301 Eve. 

KEN WALTERS - 385-7630 Eve 


Your home may be traded. 


*50 HOUSES FOR I 


Full I SH El-BOURN E-RICHMOND 
STURDY STUCCO HOME 
ON GARDEN LOT 

Immaculate bungalow- comprising 
tlu u ball. 16x14 I.U wilft FI*. 12x5 
dinette, electric kitchen. 4-pre bath. 
2 large bedrooms plus 2 more 
rooms in full, high iwsement. 
Utility room arranged for W-D. 
OOM heat. (mod wiring and 
plumbing, cklveln garage. Situated 
55x154 . 


LOOKING? 

for a spic and m>an *2-bi 
basement bungalow, close u>ji> u _ 

Transportation, on a quiet street’.* j hall.’l.R with FP, extra-large 
Small garden, fruit trees, fluwer* | dining room, modem electric kTt- 
galore. JOHN DLMCk, 366-13611 c-her, 3- pee bath. 3 good bedrooms, 
or 382-167L 1 . - 


many fruit trees, 
garden and well manicured lawns. 
This delightful property has been 
especially well-cared for but illness 
forces owner to sell at the low 
price of: 

$23,700 

DICK JAMES OR 
ED JUPP - 385-2481 

ATTENTION 

starters: 

Try our LOW DOWN PAYMENT 
on tills si*aclous home comprising 


OAK BAY 

BEAMED CEILINGS 
JUIET CUL-DE-SAC 
tEMODKLLERS DREAM 

A real vintage property* this. 

I .urge living room with teamed 
celling and inset fireplace. 
Dining room with fireplace and 
adjacent sun room. Panelled 
and teamed entrance hall with 
imiwung open stairway to 
three gabled bedrooms. In 
addition this house has out 
dated kitchen, bedroom and 
bathroom <»n the main floor 
which would combine to make 
a fantastic family living-cook¬ 
ing area. The location Is right, 
the basics are right, the room 
pi (.portion* are right and we 
telleve the price Is right for 
the Hue remodelling enthusiast. 
Excellent terms at $27,500 
JACK MEARS. 588-3321 

Exchanges arranged 
UPPER L AN SHOWN E 

family residence 

J BEDROOMS 

Beautiful home on a quiet 
street close to University, 
lairge bright living and dining 
rooms with wall-h>-wall carpet¬ 
ing Modern kitchen with wall 
oven and range. FIVE BED¬ 
ROOMS. 4-pce. vanity bathroom 
and 2-pce. en suite on main 
floor. Fully developed basement 
with large attractive recreation 
room and 2-pce. bath. Double 
cari>ort. Lovely, easily main¬ 
tained grounds. Full price 
$45,000. E. FAIRMAN. 596-3321 


TUFFREY and MILLS 
LTD. 

Real Estate and Insurance 
1119 Blanshard St. 

386-7737 

8 PER CENT 
FINANCING 

On this lovely 3 bdrm home with l.- 
shaped living and dining room. 
Located on a lovely landscaped lot 
In the Glen Manor Park area. 
Asking 936.500 with 913.786 down, 
purchaser assume the existing 1st 
mtge. of 913.604 at 8 per cent at 
9U0.64 per mo. until July 1992: or 
terms arranged wtth lower down 
payment 

BUY NOW 
MOVE IN JUNE 30 

Into this lovely 3 bdrm. full burnt, 
home located on a quiet cul-de-sac. 
Sunshine bright kitchen with eating 
area. Sundeck off the separate 
dining room. Fireplace and book¬ 
case shelves set off the feature 
wall in the Ige living room. Hdwd 
floors throughout. 4th lidrm finished 
in bsmt with roughed In rumpus 
mom and workshop. 

FOR APPTS TO VIEW AND 
FINANCING PARTICULARS ON 
THE ABOVE HOMES PLEASE 
CALL: 

HEATHER GAMMON 
386-7737 or 478-2607 

LAKE HILL AREA 
1085 NICHOLSON 

Looking fee* nearly 1300 feet In a no- 
step home. In a nice area? Then 
let us show you this charmer. Has 
3 bedrooms, living room with 
fireplace, chntng room, kitchen 
(with storage room off), large 
utility room plumbed tor washer 
and dryer, lokds of cupboard 
space, carport and patio off dining 
n*»m This newly decorated home 
ran be youre. JUST CALL LEW 
DALLIMORE or DON HANNAH at 
366-7737 or Residence 476-1422 or 477- 
4339 


280 HOUSES FOR SALE 


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NEW HOMES 

direct from builder 

OPEN HOUSE 
SUNDAY. MAY 9 
1-5 P.M. 

MEADOWLAND DRIVE 
CENTRAL SAANICH 
selection of new family homes from 
$25,900 to $27,5(61 with down 
payments from 91000 


D. F. Hanley Agendas Ltd. 
Uuuglaa St. Office 
3JUU Douglas St 
386-7761 

IT’S GORDON HEAD 
IT'S SEAV1EW 
BUT IT’S DIFFERENT! 

In this popular araa a sea view Is 
not uncommon but the Interior of 
Uus quality 3-bedroom. 9-bathroom 
family la refreshingly different 
There are 9 comfortably planned 
levels; 1875 aq. ft. in all. plum 
basement! In the hot weather to 
come (we hope) you'U enjoy the 
huge private sundeck over the 
double carport with It’s fantastic 
views Inside enjoyment would have 
to Inciqde the lft*x34 ft. beamed 
celling family room. You will 
aiHiredate this fine home from the 
moment you step Inside. It will te 
a pleasure to show It to you. 
Asking 937,90b. 

STEVE MOONEY 
385-7761 (24 Hr*.) 

-D.KH. • 

FANTASTIC AREA! 
FLEXIBLE TERMS! 

3 BEDROOM. $21,500 

The area Is L A N S D O \V N E - 
NEWTON and the street Is a no- 
through. Good shopping, schools 
and transportation are dose at 
hand. The borne lias teen re¬ 
stuccoed. re-roofed etc., etc. The 
rear yard Is attractive and fully 
fenced and has a patio and staruge 
shed. The full basement is plumbed 
and wired for washer and dryer 
and there is a rec. room and a 4th 
bedroom. Opportunity la knocking, 
better answer’ 

STEVE MOONEY 
385-7761 (24 HRS.» 


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Di F. Hanley Agencies Ltd 
Douglas St. Office 
3393 Douglas St. 

385-7*81 

JUST LISTED!! 
UNIVERSITY AREA 
$18,900 

Right by busline! Three minutes to 
Shopping Centre! Backs on beautiful 
Broadmead Park! Attractive two or 
three bedroom stucco bungalow. 
Cosy living room with fireplace. 
Dining area off kitchen. Don’t miss 
this one. 

TERRY MANN 
Res: 366-0477 or Off: 38S-TTK1 
DAVE DAND 

Res: 366-0934 or Off: 385-77*1 


SIDNEY 

RETIREMENT OR 
STARTER. $14,500 

The owner has outgrown this 
bedroom watm bungalow. Thei 
a living room, kitchen wtth « 
area, a 3-plece c ^ 


BOB'S BUYS 

1- HIGH GORGE. $17,900 NEW 
LISTING. Charming 2-bedroum 
Tudor located on quiet street. 
LR with fireplace. Oil furnace, 
electric HW. separate garage. 
Perfect retirement or starter. 
Call ROBERT YOUNG. 383-4124 
anytime. 

2— T1LUCUM. 919.900. This 15-year- 
old stucco home is In top 
condition. Two bedrooms on 
main floor and one more In toll 
basement. LR with fireplace. 


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A VIEW IN VIEW ROYAL 
IN-LAW SUITE. 927,500 
This 17-year-old home Is Immacu¬ 
late with large bedrooms and a 
view. There la a parklike garden 
with shrubs and fruit trees; 3 
bedrooms: 2 oaths and only a few 
blocks to Inis, shops and schools 
Call BOB HAGUE 385-7761 


COMPLETE NEW 
SUBDIVISION 

TAKE PAT BAY 
HIGHWAY 
unnei road, turn wett 


AGSO OPEN 


LOOKING? 

for a 3-br. bungalow near the 
University with a low interest 
rate? Such as 6 *%? Under 7 
vrs. old. tn supeib condition. 
JOHN DUNICK, 366-1361 or 362 
1671. 

ESQUIMALT 

A well-built 2-br. home No 
basement. utility off kitchen. 
Plaster and hardwood throughout 
Musi be sold to settle an estate 
MARY WOOD. 386-1361 or 592 
2647. 


CENTRAL SAANICH 

INSTANTLY APPEALING 
Is quality Imiwrtant to you? Doe# 
comfort count? If so, don't miss 
an opportunity to view* this 
delightful 1370 sq. ft. bungalow, 
with extra living spare In the toll 
high basement 3 bra. (2 up. 1 
dn.). large living, dining and rec. 
mis., 2 fi rets ace s, 2 4-pce. 
coloured bath room*, large sun 
deck over attached double gar¬ 
age. !* acre completely land 
scaped, ample parking for boat, 
trailer. $36,(XJO. MADGE HOLE, 
382-53*6 or DON ROBBINS, 592 
7641 or 386-1361. 

COLWOOD 

STARTER OR RETIREMENT 
2-br. home has been reduced for 
quick sale, now asking $16.9w 
only 8 yrs.. features 20 ft. I.R 
with fireplace. DR and utility. 
Located 1 block from store on a 
arge well-treed lot Try your 
ride. PATRICK DOERKSEN 478- 
1432 or 386-1361. 

"OWN AND COUNTRY \ 

START OR RETIRE 
Perfect for either, the dandles* 
buy around. Won’t last. As good 
as new, walk to all conveniences. 
Owners have purchased and must 
nacnflce this extra roomy 2-br 
home. Recent wiring, plumbing, 
furnace and roof. $17,900. 
PATRICK DOERKSEN 386-1361 or 
178-3432. 

BURNSIDE 
Near new 3-br. home, has large 
LR.. fireplace, wall-to-wall carpet, 
utility. spaotuus kitchen and 
dinette, double car garage. 
124.900. K. WRIGHT 596-H83 or H. 
BLAKE 478-6816 or 386-1361. 

YOU WON’T BUY 
WITHOUT ALL DETAILS! 

CALL ME FOR THEM! 

386-1361 DICK BATEY 592-4607 
HERE ARE THE BARE BONES' 

1—$14,950, 2 brs.. large lot, high 

2 bra, toll basement. 


I utllltv room set up for washer- 
dryer. half basement. OOM heat, 
good wiring, plumbing and Duroid 
roof. Situated on a nice lot In the 
convenient Quadra area. If you are 
tired of working for your landlord 
and want a home of your own. te 
certain to see this dandy' 

ASKING $16,900 
ED JUPP 

385-2481 Res.: 592-1019 

LOVELY HOME 
PARKUKE GROUNDS 
CXDUNTRY-FRESH AIR 


We trade homes 

1 HE MOST 

SPECTACULAR VIEWS 
, IN THE UPLANDS 

Are yours from practical Iv any 
point in the fully sprtnklered 
grounds of this modern bunga- 1 
low or from most of the rooms | 
in the house. Main floor i 
accommodation co n s I s t s of [ 
sunken living room, dining 
room and kitchen with toU 
hods* length sundeck overlook 
ing the Yacht Club. plus | 
master bedroom, bathroom and 
smnil den. An open stairwjv | 
leads down to the lower level 
with recreation room and three 
bedroom*, all facing the water 
and having ground level access. 
Tills is not a large home and 
may well te on the small side. 

I tut the setting Is such and the 
site so superb and beautifully 
landstpaed that the value has 
Vi be in excess of tha asking 
price of only $56,000. Fvr a 
•personal tour, call JACK 
MEARS. 568-3321. 


GARTH LAND PLACE 

(right off cralgfluwer. 6-10 mile 
past tillicum intersection. ! 

ESQUIMALT 

n h.a. homes 936.200426.900 

OPEN SUN.. MAY 9 
1-5 P.M 


RURAL ATMOSPHERE 

Immacui.ute 2-BR . no-itasemenll 
•’ home only |o mins !n>ni Vet.. 

appealing panelled living room with i 
tn o-aiure ndaed lu-ailh fireplace. Tim- i 
dining room off the large kitchen 
• with an eating urea* o»uld serve! 
as a 3rd BR I .arge se|»arate 

garage with room for a workshop, 
pius a rarport. Enjoy the LUSH 
gieen lawn# in tills quiet location 
Range and fridge included in the 
asking price of $21,800 with good 
financing already on No mtgc to 
raise. For more information con¬ 
tact: 

JOHN BARTON 
385-7761 (24 HRS i 


3- 43 U ADR A-HlLLSfDE. 921,900. 
NEW LISTING. Thla large 3- 
bedroom, full basement, home Is 
located on a 51x135 lot In a 
quiet area. Well planned layout. 
Living and dining room* sepa¬ 
rated by French cktora and 
featuring huge granite stone 
fireplace Call ROBERT 
YOUNG, 3«3-4124 anytime. 

4— CENTRAL SAANICH 927.5(10. 
High location. Only one left and 
it's a beauty BRAND NEW 
Hucker built home 3 BRS., IN 
bathrooms, LR (with FPL DR 
and halls wtth W-W — rest HW 
Full high cement basement r-ln 
for additional rooms. Call 
ROBERT YOUNG. 3834124 any 
lime. 

3—GLENLAKE. Brand new. I-art 
one Beautiful buy at $27,300. 
Prime location nearest lake on 
lovely quiet cul-de-sac. t bed¬ 
rooms. l'A bathrooms, wall-to- 
wall throughout. I.R with FP, 
diningroom, cab. elect, kitchen, 
sundeck. Full high cement 
tenement, r-in for additional 
rooms and plumbing, and 
ROUGH EDTN FIREPLACE. 
C ALL ROBERT YOUNG 3834124 
anytime. 

Park Pacific Investments IJd 


JUBILEE AREA 
TREED GARDEN 
HERE'S A CHARMER 

Nice little * retirement or «Ul 
home. Dandy "L“ living and dining 
mom. Near new wall-to-wall carpet. 
Electric cabinet kitchen. Two nice- 
si/e Itedrooin* and ooe smaller. 
Pembroke bath. OOM heat. Sett- 
arate garage. Treed led. Good down 
l«y ment required but excellent value 
at $17,950. Mr. Drew, 386-35X3, Rea 
3624)927 

CITY, VACANT 
TERMS OR TRADES 
Considered on this modern l— 
basement bungalow. Through hall 
plan, spacious living room 

seuarate (lining loom. Cal_ 

kitchen, fridge and runge Included. 
Two good size bedroom# 4-piece 
Pembroke bath. Daylight basement 
wtth 3rd bedroom or rumpus n— 
New OOM furnace. Drive in gai _ 
Very pleasant garden, lawn, trees 
and easily maintained Spn*’— 

condition inside and out. Te 
trades considered. Excellent value 
at $23,950. Mr. Drew. 3864585, Kea 
562-0927. 


P. R. BROWN & SONS LTD. 

71 ie PEOPLE to SEE are P.R.B. 

762 Fort St. 385-3433 '24 hrs.) 


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COLWOOD 

URGENT SALE 

Custom built S-bedroom home with 
two finished rooms in basement. 2 
.Itcrttniie .„ Ilt . . , teth rooms Lovely kitchen. $29,900. 

HANDYMAN SPECIAL Call Mrs. Hartt 38M433 anytime 
This Is a commercially-zoned prop-! 
erty that does need the touch of a P R B 

handy man. Adjacent to 4 vacant j 

Mv also commercially zoned, this; HIGHLY RECOMMENDED 
could »te ideal holding property. 

Presently rented for $150 per Two 3-bedroom homes. €•»«• Mtgea 
month. Asking SlS.OMi but o|>en to l-Racquet * r “* 

offers. For further information 1 * n,rt v 
contact: 


ESQUIMALT 
3 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS 
SOUTH SLOPE 

First time offered, spaciousness It 
the theme throughout LR Is 13x20 
with R.H. open fireplace. Dining Is 
guest size. A large bright kitchen 
has eating area Three bedrooms 
and a 4-plece bath on the main 
floor. Beautiful high basement has 
13x20 rec. room with FP. 3-poe 
bath and utility. An especially quiet 
and pleasant location. Full price 
928,900. Chuck James. 562-0773 or 
386-3385. 

FERRY PERSONNEL 
HOME PLUS REVENUE 
• WOODED 2-3 ACRE 
$24,900 

On sewer, dose to the sea. this toll 
basement home has just come on 
the market. Modern bathroom and 
kitchen, rumpus room with flre- 
Itiacr. Self-contained cottage rents 
for $13 per month. Trades oon- 
sldered. See It t.iday by catling Jim 
Hanson at 3864)5*5 

GLANFORD 
$20,900 

No-step rancher with 3 bedrooms. 

• Nil. fl-Mrs throughout, dining room, 
fireplace, utility flu- washer and 
dryer done to family kitchen. 
Trades considered. Jim Ran.vm, 3x6- 
3585. 

GORGEOUS GORGE 
PRICE REDUCTION 

Just reduced from $26.31)0 to 
$24,500. Immaculate three-bedroom 
full basement home, only 11 years 
old. A large beautifully kept lot. 
Drive-In garage. This home has to 
be seen to te appreciated. Call 
Neva Pennie to view. 386-3585. 


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ASSOCIATES LTD. 

1314 Quadra St 385-2458 

VLA 

OVER ONE-THIRD ACRE 

Beautiful 3 or 4 bedim, home. Juet 
.Ike new. Gleaming hardwood 
floors. Spacious living rm. with 
fireplace, D R. Large eating area 
In bt FM11 baas.. OOmatlr beet 
~ ra bed to base, extra plumbing 
washer and dryer. Toilet. Drive- 
In garage. Beautiful treed area. 
Weet Saanich. Ouse to Vocational 
mL 1$ min. from town. Clear 
.. v Call today, while thla last* 
Full price Just 931.900. Cali Doris 
’ ’ ms 365-3458. Res. 566-2348. 

COSY 

RETIREMENT 
Very- wed built spotieas txmgalow 
W-W In the !! bdrm* and 
tetbroom. Heat and Uxee oen 
1 lined only $129 per year Asking 
919.500. Call FRAN McVlTTIE. 385- 
2458 anytime. 

2360 COOKMAN 
Handyman’s apectal. Drive 
Then call Don Bacon to view. 
$17,000. 385-2458 

DO YOU WANT 

A brand new home tn Cordova Bay . 
on a large wooded lot. on a quirt 
street” A master-built 3 Hr. Bunga 
low with full Idah basement, ensuile 
plumbing, double carport and sun- 
deck and many extras Priced 
telow replacement cost Call Glen 
McGregor 3850456 or Rea. 477-367:. 


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LIMITED 


714 Fori St 


382-4251 


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OLD BRICKS 

Thousands of than t 
demand. Better still you gain 
In form of a good I tome with a 
bedrooms, and on top of that, the 
property is tight Industrial Zoned. 
All for 915.500 wtth terms Phone 
Victor Wong. 385-3458 

PERFECT 

RETIREMENT 

DRIVE BY 1719 DONNELLY AVE. 
View this delightful 2-Br bungalow 
from the outside. Notice tte 
attractive appearance, tte easy-rare 
spacious lot. the large sliade tree, 
the no-step entrance, the drtve-tn 
garage, the proximity to shopping 
and transportation and all this on a 
quiet attractive street Perfect 
Retirement ANI» THU PRICE LS 
RIGHT. Call Glen McGregor. »- 
245b or Ret. 477-3675. 


NEW - 627.966 - NEW 
THREE BEOEOOMS 
GOOD FINANCING 
Immediate occupancy tor 
family In this striking cattt 


mahtigany kitchen 
■pace Colored faatta 


937.W0 Please call Frederick Camp 
bed. 3K34JU anytime 

SMART STUCCO 

917AW 

2 or 3 BEDROOM* 

A fine neat nortep home with rout. 
f..r a family «r auitahle for retire^ 
feature* living room, urge cab 
rieri^kttchm wdh eating area, 
bedrooms «r ? and a dUdng room 5 
per bath, OOM heatmg. wired b>- 
a dryer. Separate garage, tod sted 

sug iarxxgt! 

MAmeriated To view call PPgg 
Campbell 3824251 


ROYAL OAK - BROADMEAD 
Modern. 2-bedrooro home Large 

kving room, dining n>«. kite* 

with rv*»- >• <m Large tedrooe^o? 
extra Humfamg Sundeck off Uv-ac 
room with vaiiev and 


GORDON HEAD 

Beautiful 3 or 4-tiedniom Ivune 
Seclusion. Gardeners’ delight. Quirt 
street. Full tenement Oil beat, i i-tediomi 
SpactoUB living romi with flretkarc triinfr 
Dining room, sibling glass «*<*■« l1nJK ' 
..nto secluded iwtl.. Clear t«le. I VTiL 
ujien to offers. Call rziw. 
j r-T.'XW Dirts Adams. 385-3438. 


* JT*. old. 3 bedrooms. Urge Irv ing 

bMement in ' ne IrcsT lj ^ T” r,< " r 
*tod on bnautltolly^ 


ta.no 

DAVE TAYIOR E WILKINSON 
NC431 Anytime 


ROCKLAND 
SEA VIEW 


SiMTH OAK BAY 

home with urge e. 
Ira large living at 
a. Re-nude kites»- 
' basemettL Xew OOM tsmsr 

. etr rkac to beacli and « 

1 e. •nveniences Avk'nr ty 
K WILKINSON K.-4S1 anytun. 


HAMPTON PARK 


II gh in Uus wonderful wori.t ... 
t>vei looking Sliimmenng city ligt.tk ”* ><"• to find s t 

at nlgtit. xparlous living room with K 4 * -- 

st ale wall lireplace. teparsle D. 

Room, fiundecks Eating area In _ ,, , -- 

-irjj « 


_ . Club . 
attraettve with 
hbakes. $29,900. 


snutters 


Oak Bay Border. 

4— $27,900. 2 bps., rec. room, large 
lot. spotless. 

5— 129.900. 4 brs. rec. rm.. 

bathroom*. 1 blk. to beach, 

Bay 


Attractive, well-planned 3 
bedroom home comprise* Catliedral 
entry and thru hall with W-W 
carpet. 18x12 LR with RH fireplace. 
9xlo dining rm with access to 
sundeck, bright and spacious elec, 
oab. kitchen. 4-poe vanity liath, toll 
basement with 3 pee teth. 4th 
tedroom, R-I Rec. room, utility 
room arranged for washer - dryer, 
separate workshop. Close to ele¬ 
mentary school - 8 minutes drive 
to City centre. mortgage may¬ 

be assumed 

PRICE $26,900 
ED JUPP 

o35-2481 Res.: 592-1019 

DRIVE BY 
2789 SOOKE RD 
GLEN LAKE 

Bedroom modernistic home on 
verv large lot. 300 ft. road frontage 
bv 250 ft. deep, beautifully treed. 5 
lot subdivision, mobile home park 
or tea room possibility, worth more 
but asking $30,000. 

BERT NEEDS—385-2481 

OAK BAY SOUTH 
EXCLUSIVE MT. JOY 

Trees, secluded sundeck, low main¬ 
tenance garden frame this charm¬ 
ing 3 bedroom home Just offered 
for sale. There is a thru hall plan, 
lovely living rm. with picture 
window and open rtreidace, separ¬ 
ate dining rm.. delightful glertrlc 
kitchen with dining area FULL 
HIGH BASEMENT. Rec. Rm. with 
fireplace, extra bedroom or hobby 
rm.. new furnace, laundry area, 
double plumbing. If you are looking 
for a CHARACTER HOME In a 
CHOICE LOCATION, early inspec- 
tlon of this property Is recom¬ 
mended. For further particulars 
and appointment to view, please 
phone Miss Courtnall, 385-2481 
598-3964. 

SOUTH OAK BAY 
IMMACULATE 

Built for present owner and 


We Uk* to trade 
ATTENTION: 

ARMED FORCE* PERSONNEL 

ESQUIMALT 

925,000 

Bright well-maintained older 
home close to shopping, schools 
and transporatlon. Large living 
room with fireplace, panelled 
dining room, modern kitchen 
and den on ground floor. 4 
tedroom# and bathroom up¬ 
stairs. Full high concrete base¬ 
ment with roughed-ln recreation 
room. Large sundeck at rear, 
(deallv located for Armed 
Forces Personnel stationed at 
Nuden or Dockyard. Full price 
$23,Out), with terms. Call E. 
FAIRMAN, -198.3321. 

Your home may te traded 


-jJOHN BARTON 
385-7761 (24 HRS. i 

Di- H 

PUBLIC NOTICE! 
HEAR YE! HEAR YE 
I VICTORIANS AWAITE ’ 


OPEN TO CASH OFFERS 

ASKING $16,500 
CEDAR HI LL-HILLS IDE 

SPOTLESS. RENOVATED 
5-RM. BUNGALOW 
AN ATTRACTIVE RETIREMENT 
OR STARTER HOME 

Consisting of spacious living and 
dining room. 34’xl3’ with open 
fireplace and two convenient built- 
in china, bookcase cabinets. Im¬ 
maculate electric kitchen with 
eating area, 2 nice bdrms. 3-pce. 
teth and a sun room. Basement 
contains auto-oil furnace, storage 
facilities, 3rd bedroom. El. range, 
fridge and all carpets incl. Very 
attractive! V Undsoaped fenced lot. 
To view contact Mr. Seeter 3X4- 
1335. 

FAIRFIELD 


L A SUPER FAMILY HOME I 
large teilrooms 3 teth#. Dnely 
bright living room. Separate guert 
sized dining room. Huge family 
kitchen. Fantastic family room with 
feature fireplace Full basement 
with loads of development. D>cated 
on an easy mre lot in an executive 
area lust a minute from towm. All 
for only $43.9nu 


Town A Counlr; real modern 
family home with targe rec 
hum and 60x240 ft. lot. Price J 
$28,400 

C. WARREN 
.'K3-3433 or 3M-9798 

PR B 

JUST LISTED! 

66 feet erf waterfront 
Two Cottages 
40 Miles from Victoria 
$25,500 

Please Call Anytime 
385-3435 

MRS. BAXTER OR 
MR. KNIGHT 

—P R.B 


MAGNIFICENT 
WATER VIEW. $39,900 

1 and see the extras": My out 
nuist i of town Vendor must sell his 
and unusual Sidney home with six 
1 ted rooms. 3 plus bathrooms. 20x40 
living room, dining room. iTVxiem 
kitchen, office and den Easy care 
f>»r a busy mutter. Excellent terms 
to Rood covenant Make an 
offer Call Neva Pennie. 386^5® 


Rumpus room. Den or Extra 
liedroom which makes 4 bedroom v. 
Room also for more development 2- 
car. drlve-ln garage. Clear Tttle. 
Tills you must see. Full price 
$49,600 Call Doru Adams. 385-245s 

SOMETHING DIFFERENT 

IN REVENUE PROPERTY 
Dc luxe 2-bedroucn owner's apart 
ment with exhilarating view over 
the city and to the distant sea. 4 
tomished rental units with setwrate 
entrances and separate plumbing- 
If you are looking for • home and 
Income wtth ’'pride of ownership." 
this Is it. $17,501 Dun Bacon. »6- 
2458 

$1000 DOWN 

4-room retirement, Glen ljuce 
$l'j,9ui* Pay $luu per munlh at 9*. 
over 16 years with BC Gov. 2nd 
CaH Ted Chartres. 385-3tM 


_ this _ 

beauty. There Is t 
in tte basement 11 
doo« fnsr tte 


„ I WILKINSON ROAD AREA 
ited VA mf R to5.? N T«»ts SPB S^ L ft S ‘ l of! new - , hwlroom h <> mt 

waterfiont, Taw'n s and ^hrute 1 ^ —^ 


.. n k | for quick iwsftr*ssl<*n Nkv living 

ax Tt« .<V“ "«• «•“ 

up and 2 down make this (3.k)|^^ r _.’ Haiti 3X5-3433 

sq. ft home ideal for either CaJ1 Mlv H,rtl 

retirement <>i family aa.i>mm<sla-1anyume 
tIon. Bright kitchen, lovely Inline 
living and dining room with 
spectacular views. 2 bathrooms ’ 
arnl 4-|xe sanity. Full 


BEACON HILL PARK HOME 
WITH POSSIBLE REVENUE 

3-bedroom well constructed 
home in Immaculate condition 
suitable for large family. New 
shag carpeting throughout. 2 
complete baths. Newly decor¬ 
ated. This home is close to the 
park and within walking dis¬ 
tance of down-town, and has 
unlimited revenue possibilities. 

All this for 626.500 and losvl^ Ron McC oruian 384-9335. 
taxes. The Inside must te seen) wy* ^ 

to te appreciated. Call W. A. |- 

MOHR. 598-3321. 


Older style family home that has 
been converted to a LEGAL UP 
AND DOWN DUPLEX. Owner Ines 
on the ground floor, and rents the 
second floor for $65 per month. 
Full basement. OU Furnace and 
recent new roof. Tte large corner 
lot could be divided to make two 
lots. Asking 

$19,750 

383- 


i ment 


Immaculate condition, this Crescent 
Road home is briirht and cheery 
only a block from the sea and has 
seaview from kitchen-dinette, cosy room, 
living room with fireplace. 2 
bedr.!om* and toll basement. Gar¬ 
age. ‘ ' “ * * 


GARDNER REALTY LTD. 
899 FORT STREET 
385-7721 

AS NEW 
$26,900 

3 BEDROOMS 
FULL BASEMENT 

All Rugs and drapes included i 
this spacious home wtth 21 ft rec 
room. 22 ft. living room with 
fireplace anil "L" shaped dining 
room, ltt baths and many extra 
features. Good existing financing. 
385-7721 CLIFF SALMON D 477- 

NEW LISTING 


*-$59,9(10. luxury Swartz 

waterfront. Boat ramp. 4 on>, 
rec. rm.. vast wxtrksliop. % 
acre. 

7—$97,300. ultimate luxury, separ¬ 
ate suite, tends End water- ___ 

*r2S2to. inlde q u 4*rrt. U ^™]c. G. HEISTERMAN Sc CO. 

two houses, many outbuildings. i -m-v 

9—187.300, Swartz Bay luxury! ' _ 

home, with extra waterfront I L121 Blanshard St. 383-4161 


10-929.500. utterly unique rocky 
headland tends End acre' 

986-1361 DICK BATEY 592-46071 
CALL FOR FULL DETAILS' 

3072 JACKLIN ROAD j 

$16,300 

3084 JACKLIN ROAD 
icently ) 

decorated homes, both of 
WHICH ARE AVAILABLE 
IMMEDIATELY. Terms 
can be arranged. Good 
reduction for cash. Further 
reduction if you wish to 
finish, clean-up, landscape, 
etc. 

TAURUS INVESTMENTS LTD. 

478-1974 


JUBILEE, NO STEPS 
$18 900 

Beam ceilings In a 23 ft. living 
room, separate utrung rofttn. j 
n Iwdroom!-. bright kitchen ami sep.i- 

__ _f. rate utility room In this #t»ae1->u# 

Tumilrv" err' Neat’ well kept I stucco, irabasement home <_>n a 
giiriien with fish l*om1 etc Asking 1 tolly landscaped lot. OOM heat ami 
924..VJ0. I’leuse call Mr Custance. ^ r r ^' - » . , mKn 477 

or any of our representatives at 385-] 3S5-173 1 CLIFF SALMOND 4 77.182b 

—--' CUTEST HOUSE 

IN TOWN 
$18,900 

97! WILMER ST 
\\ HITE SHAKES 
GREEN SHUTTERS 

2 bedrooms, no steps, living room 
with fireplace and Indirect lighting. 
Roses and shrubs, separate garage 
and workshop. An excellent drive 

383-7721 CLIFF SALMOND 477-3626 


OAK BAY 
WHY PAY RENT? 

Easy care lot 3 bedroom* Partial 
basement, wired for washer and 
dryer Only $16,900. Call Mrs. Hart. 
568-4567. 

BUY NOW 
GORDON HEAD 

Move June 30 Into this Immaculate 
3-bedroom family home. 4th bed¬ 
room professionally finished in 
basement with roughed-ln plumbing 
and recreation room area. " ‘ 
your offer. Mrs. Hart, 598-4567. 

SOUTH OAK BAY 

A uniquely different residence tn a 
very convenient area of the 
Village. Superbly constructed only 7 
years ago. Stone and shake 
exterior. Nearly 1400 square feet of 
luxury living with 2 liedroom# and 
room for development upstair*. 
Please (all Mrs. Watson, !Wvl.V?7, 
for more details. Priced at $35,000. 


OAKLANDS AREA 
$17,900 

4 BEDROOMS 

Just listed: Attractive white stucco I lt/wn 
no-tenement bungalow. Backs on , B r. 
lUfui pork’ Close to busline ' 
is and schools. Living room. 

_»en with eating area, utility 

area, two bedrooms and bath on| 
main floor, plus two large bedrooms 
upstairs Don't miss this house. Call 
now for an appointment * 


C. J McLEOD 
REALTY LTD. 
2230 OAK BAY AVE 
598-4567 


and *v|*araU- 
more information cull 

BEV HIGHTON 
385-7761 

-DI H 


CENTRAL HARK 

gsrage For $21,500 

.Spacious home with separate living 
room and dining room with unique 
fireplace. Through telway and 2 385-3411 
large lied rooms or the main floor 
and an enclosed stairway to 
upstair# separate bedroom. Full 
v.gh l*mt. Auto-oil heat. Drtvewa. 
to double garage. Stone fencing 
with iron railings. One of a kind 
and within walking distance to 


KER & STEPHENSON 
LIMITED 

680 Broughton Street 
Across From Eaton's Carpark 
3»S-3tll. DAY or NIGHT 


VALUE! 

VALUE! 

LOW DOWN PAYMENT 
$13,750 

HOW MANY ROUSES CAN YOU 
FIND IN THIS PRICE RANGE 
THAT PROVIDE: 

-FULL BASEMENT 
TWO GOOD-SIZE BEDROOMS 
-FIREPLACE IN LIVING ROOM 
-OIL HOT AIR FURNACE 
NKAV Will 1 \<; COPPER PIPES 
FENCED YARD-LAWN 
-CLOSE-IN LOCATION 
IMMEDIATE POSSESSION 


TOP QUALITY 
SEA VIEW 

us 3-> ear-old tonne, 
living and dtmng _ 


ted- 

rooms, living and dtmng rm«m. 
glass dour to sundeck. Custom 
ranch kitchen. Full basement with 
rec. room. 1 mke from Royal nak 
shopping. $32,300. Call Ted 
Cliartrea, 3x>24 r vj. 

VERY, VERY LOW 
DOWN PAYMENT 
NHA 844 G 
3 BEDROOMS 
1830 FAIRBURN 

This split entrance home features 
carpet throughout a walnut pan¬ 
elled raised fireplace, an excep¬ 
tional U-shaped kitchen with break¬ 
fast nook. Sliding glass doors to a 
patio, m 
plumbing. 


very delightful_ 

sUrtrt Pnoed at $21506 
DAVE TAYLOR <r BILL SIDHV 
392-4251 


CEDAR HI 1.1 

Tte teautitolly landscaped 1-4 cmrt 
te sutolnitied at same future iur« 
and tte house is a two-fcedroorr 
full Itasen «rrt rtiarmer Ttere i* s 
view over tte city to tte OhnipKo 
A .tellghttoi plare lo retire Inr 
denuilv at tte prior «r Li? one w «- 
throw- In V.arr own pme- of «us 
To view rail 

BETTY SHEA or BILL SITHU 
3R2-42M 


DRI\ E BY 
2176 NEWTON ST 
3-HEDJb «»MS OAK B.AY 
Attractive 16-y tir-old bunga) or 
■ rated on a street of we I 
latntained propertses Large gvtnc 
ro>*m. 1.-shaped dimng rornn 
tknal kitchen with eanng are* 
vundeck — Urge recreab-si 
roam t3 S«l To view please caE • 
BETTY SHEA - SBC 920 


olored 


219? BE A VER BROOK Pt. 
OAK BAY 

. HE TRACED TO $S3M» 


I ImmedUtely. Move tn 


JOHN PINCHBACK 

479-3039 


bathrooms. 

_ » vanities, very near 

ivchooU. buses. university sr<l 
community swimming pu>»]. spurt' 
club. Fud price $29,300. B Price 
3x5-2458 

VERY. VERY LOW 
DOWN PAYMENT 
4 BEDROOMS. NH-\ 

4330 CEDAR HILL 


Vet 

wishes to a_ 

and start livlr _ 

maintained tome, localed mi a 
quirt street rioae to Che village and 
«erv1ces. Two large bedrooms «n 
tte main floor and a smaller tturo 
in the basement. Bright Hvmg roccr 
w'ilb ftrepUre. aepazale dtomig 
rodn. tonctkeial artrarttvw kArher, 
Wail-to-wall urmteiutn throar-- 
— tea ult fu! decor All dra;^s 
inclutled Tn view please call - 
BETTY SHEA - 3*2-9213 


A SUBURBAN SPfXLAI. 
t BEDR<a»MS «S79HS 
Ofarious entrance and haUwa-.s 
impressive «d .ne -uepUoe in living 
stmcvHJS dimng n»«n. uhre 
family breakfast room and atilt f 
iuvuneais Uithroomv Broadluame 
tr.naigtomt Modern landsrarrbir 
with minimum manfcmanrr Exre 


A very fine looking borne wtth :«20 

sq. ft. of living area. All :ooms arc - * maxerus and wAmdi 


1516 LARLSTON AVE . 
$22,500 


J. P H EVANS 


PUB 


! An idea, two-bedroom retirement or 
477-44 d 2 I snia:, family home situated on a 
| dead end street, cose to bus and 
shops. Well priced and immediate 
| possession can be given 


TERRY MANN 3MWM77 or 385-7761 

■D.F.H.— 

SAY HELLO TO 
A GOOD BUY-$22,000 

steps — long and low. 
Everything on one floor Including 
laundry facilities, three good size 
bedrooms - BRIGHT BRIGHT 
kitchen with ample eating area 
living room with feature wail 
fireplace — carport with enclosed 
storage — easy to maintain lot In 
one of Vlctorta r s choice arcus — 
sours hir <mly $2.‘,(»iii. Call now 

TOMMY WILSON 
BYRON JEEVES 
385-7761 

-DK H 

jsHELBOURNE PLAZA!! 
IMMACULATE 


CiORGE AREA 

2 bedrooms, full bsmt. with(385-3411 
rec. room or third bdrm. 

OOM heating, 4-pce., bath. 

Recent furnace 9nd hot 
water tank. Good comer lot 
55x130. Some fruit trees. 

$20,900. Try your terms. 

Please call anytime. 

L-^C. KNIGHT, 385-3435 


B. F. GORELY 

598-4239 (Res.) 


—P R.B-— 

R. Brown & Sons Ltd. 

762 Fort St 
Victoria. B.C 


SOUTH 
OAK 
BAY 

• bedroom* and 4th to baaement 13 
years old, large treed lot. 1970 taxM 
9360. 2104 Windsor Road blind end. 
932.900 full price. $25,000 1st mort¬ 
gage can be arranged nr caah to 
existing $7,500 at 6 par cent. 477- 
6T22. ♦ 


ROCKLAND AREA 
3-4 BEDROOMS 
■ ] TRIPLE PLUMBING 

$38,500 , 

I spacious home situated on a most 
desirable well landscaped lot - L«ni r 
entrance hall open* Into living 
room with fireplace. adjoining 
dining room, bright kitchen. 3 good 
bedrooms, master bedrwm with 
bath en suite, plus 4-pc. bathroom, 
open stairway down to large 
recreation room and 4th bedroom, 
plus 2-pc. washroom. For aprolnt- 
ment to view this exclusive lining 
call Mr. Blannln. 383-4161. rea 598- 
2200. 

CLOSE TO HILLSIDE . 
PLAZA 

1675 MYRTLE ST. 

Immaculate bungalow with toll 
high basement. Large L.R. with 
tele floors, D.R., 2 large bedrooms. 
4-pc vanity bath. Extra room in 
basement Double carport, large 
sundeck. Full price $26,500. excel¬ 
lent terms. For appointment to 
view call Mr. Crickmay, 383-4161, 
res. 385-3170. 

4 bedrooms 


OAK BAY. ATTRACTIVE 4 
bedroom home In excellent condl 
Hon. Two toll bathrooms, separate 
dtnlng room. Full liasemenl wtth 
laundry and workshop. Oil ' * 
water heat. 1396 Oliver 8b — 
935.000. Owner. 368-1406 weekdays 
after 4:30 p m., all day weekends. 


BY OWNER OPEN SUNDAY 2 7 POST AND BEAM! 
p.m 101 Kinghain Place. Illness. *<u- 

forces sale. 3-bedroom basement. . 

I’- teth*. almost a * acre water- 1 OLYMPIC VIEW S ! . 
front, truly a lovely home Will be H<M . f |K >our upportunity to n 
sadly mis sed by present owner., xrettl f a nul> home in a g* J 


upon ti offers. 


SEAVIEW 
SPACIOUS LOT 
FRUIT TREES 
282 KERWOOD 

Good financing on this 2 bedio<wn. I 

. ‘ SLllS! 


FOR SALE BY OWNER SMALL 

furnished house in dellghttol setting 
on Shawnlgan teke. Deep water¬ 
front with float Bright sitting room 
with fireplace, new furnace, fridge 
and electric stove. Plumbing. No 
agents. Phone weekends only, 743* 
9747. 


W. J. UNDSAY LTD. 
Royal Oak Shopping Centro 
479-7111 658-5040 

Real Estate — Insurance 


basement stucco home --- 

popular View Royal area. Asking 3.BEDROOM BUNGALOW FOR 
$29,900. ^ i SALE BY OWNER. COMPLETELY 

385-7721 CLIFF SALMOND 477-3626 RENOVATED. IMMEDIATE OC¬ 
CUPANCY. PREFERRED UTCA 


TREES LIKE THESE! 

Are Rare Indeed, Drive By 

4184 BRACKEN 

and look up at tte tali firs 
grounding Inis 1-yr -old, large B- 
_jdroom home. A good buy at 
935,900. 385*7721. 

MAURICE BARLTROP-«*-*»* 
CLIFF SALMOND — 477-3638 


COZY 3-BEDROOM HOME ON 
m’x'JIT lot, basement, newly wired 
and plumbed, oll-*>4naUc heat, fully» 
serviced, new fireplace and sun- 
deck, large kitchen and dining 
areas. quiet neighborhood and 
pleasant surroundings. Private sale. 
Priced at only 917,500. 386-9479 


BY BUILDER 
OPEN HOUSE 

COLWOOD LAKE SUBDIVISION 
2307 ESTER PLACE 
Over 1400 feet of finished floor 
■pace. 2 finished fireplaces, 1 floor- 
towelling granite with railed 
hearth. 3 bedrooma, 2V> baths. 
Large kitchen with eating area, 
separata dining room. Large living 
room, finished rumpus room, large 
sundeck. 933,000. 384-7090. 


CUTE 2-BEDROOM HOME ON Vs 
acre, part basement Col wood. 478- 
0856 478-2944. 


CUSTOM BUILT * 

Home oa your tot or ours at the 
moat competitive and reasonable 
prices Financing available. Trade- 
ms considered. Phone K AS API 
CONSTRUCTION CO- LTD- 386«1»1 


LANGFORD. 2-BEDROOM, _ 

basement Large lot. Approximately 
$2,»*» down. No realtors 478-5725. 


flON IN FAIRFIELD BLOCK UNIVERSITY AREA 
FROM SEA. NO AGENTS. 385-7970 


wad 

panelled 


LANGFORD 

3 br. — sep. dining, elec. heat, 
to wall carpets — beautifully 
lied — sep. laundry — $22,700 
— ~~ — bal. to owner. 


COLWOOD, 2 BEDROOM SIDE BY 

side duplex, toll basement, 3 years 
old, large picturesque Vi acre lot 
third bedroom left side, H bath In 
basement Drlve-ln garage* $33,900. 
No agents. 478-3824. 


_s’ 3 br. — Ige. living room, 

extra Ige. kitchen — OOM heat, 
good family borne only 912,900 — 
91500 dn. 


Modern 3 br. — hardwood 
nelled C 
laundry 

Call 478-2312 


living 
OOM 
$18,700 


OAK BAY 


Old world charm - mod 

convenient. Three bedrooms, * - 

full basement small lovely garden. 
Close to schools, etc. Everything to 
order. Early possession Is neeee- 
PART *ary. $23,500. Call Mr* Pipes 592 - 
' 7895 or 382-4312 (office any®—' 

Dickie Agencies Ud 


close to all school levels and 
shopping IxAs of 100m to sttec a 
boat, trailer, etc. for Dad and Mom 
will enjov entertaining In the go<id 
sized living room with its corner 
fireplace and view of the Olympics. 
Convenient L-*haped dining room 
and BR’s on the main floor 
complement Ihis home. Dandy rec 
room In the full high basement and 
verv well priced at $26,900 with 
tremendous financing of $1.V#J0 at 
6V»% w1U» isiymwrts id only 9125 
pci’ month, Prln. Ini. and taxes. To 
view this teauty contact 

JOHN BARTON 
385-7761 (24 HRS • 

—D.F H 


ETTEMA REALTY 

ETTEMA REALTY 

lETTEMA REALTY 

LTD. 

l«0:i Cook St 383-7115 

, LOW DOWN PAYMENT 

NO MORTGAGE TO RAISE 
3 bedrooms |>ius ’2 In the te semen!. 
Sunny home near Woodward's 
Quiet location Asking $19,900. 
Phone PETER TER VEER for the 
address. 383-7115 or Res. 479-1588. 

FAMILY HOME 

3 BATHROOMS 

Terrific 4-bedroum home with toll 
high basement. An ideal family 
home in Just teautlful condition 
Asking $22,900. Phone PETER TER 
VEER tor the address. 383-71LS or 
Res. 479-1588. 


, a good sire, 3 vanity bathrooms 
1 are 3-piece, one is 4-pieceL Walnut 
(panelled fireplace, carpet through¬ 
out Immediate possession $31w« 
a Price. 385-3458- 

OAK BAY. IDEAL- 
PROFESSIONAL OR 
KXECUm r E HOME 

CLOSE TO UPLANDS GOLF CLUB 
AND UNIVERSITY 
. _ lovely home only 12 jtx 
old. comprises over 1800 «q T 3 
«li-ms or Den. Walk-in ctcxn-t v 
master bdrm with ’V bath. EnL 
Hail. 4-pc. vanity off thru tell 
Nice L Rm. D. Rm 12x11. Elect. 
Cab. Kit wtth toll dr. area Bsmt 
Fully developed, custom built rec. 
room, 30x30. Fireplace. 2 bdrms 
and tofll bathroom, also werkdiop 
and storage. Double carport Lovely 
property with oak tree*. Asking 
price $53,000. Clear title. View by 
appt Call Mr. Houston, 385-3456 or 
47K-1954. 


Today’s materials and__ 

VOQ a new -world of coke an-* 
ri. Tte. it, mw erroon* 
teo to v»w a teaurifa! her 

BETTY SHF.V 


GORDON HEAD GEM 
RETIREMENT SPECIAL 
EXCLUSIVE $25,000 

Charming bungalow NESTLED IN 
THE TREKS wtth SECLUSION 
and a glimpse of the sea. Situated 
In the select Arbutus Rd. area. 

Comprises good size living room 
with brick fireplace and dinette, 
lodi with panelled walls and 
hardwood floors. Modern electric 
knotty pine kitchen wtth double 
sink Two bedrooms and Pembroke 
Inthroom. Large treed lot with 2 
nice garden sheds and separate 
garage. Tte adjoining wooded lot 
may te purchased with the liouse 
for 910,000 extra. 

385-3111 TED FATT 385-3411 

MOVING TO APT 

i Only reason this tnunacu'u 

_1 bdrm. home l» on tte market 

npi-v uniTCF I Plastered DiroughouL Covered 

OPEN HOLSI 1 convenient Idtcten. d 

SAT., SUN., MON.. TUES. ANDi room. 3 


t 


1 <>i a large wetl-Untaraned rorner 
’ M (his teautrfu! home has wnmr 
passed views nrrr Gor*e $r*te-« 
and Kinvmcn s Park. T.rvtne ronm 
with wa?14p-ican earort, ? hed 
n»mt, ktteten d rinr m«n and 
4-r*ce tetbronm. Sparkan sohe 
•Visa slk< has evrrlkrt wstmini 
and K c.rr.rdrtel- w-»f ertamrd 
I-arge Uvtoe r>«wn mUh rirerdace 2 
«r 3 teir »<r,K. Idtcten wtth 
croerous ntning area and 4-wnr. 
bathroom 

PAT JOKES - TCVKt< 


CLARKE & WALLACE 
REALTY LTD. 


WED. 

2870 HAGEL AVE. 

This is a beautiful T-bedroom 
Spanish design home with a rich 
shag carpet throughout. The living 
rm. has a large brick arched 
fireplace and beamed ceiling*. This 
I tome has a sundeck and carport, 
full basement and landscaping. 

Come past Col wood Shopping Plara. 
take 1st turn to right onto Aldeane 
and follow Aldeane to 2STO Hagel. 
Only 928,900 

Other homes from 923.900 


2-BEDROOM HOME 

WITH FULL BASEMENT I « ... . __ _ ,,. 

Charming home with country view ’ Ridley Bros. Development Co._Ltd. 
Irnmuculate condition. Priced at j 47»28 j6 47v3M 


TO CLOSE ESTATE 
$16,900. Attractive 4-room modem 
bungalow with few steps. Oil 
furnace. Must be sold quickly (On 
Foul Bay north of Forth 592-2030 
anytime. S. Hargraves Realty. 


$31,900 FULL PRICE 
5 BEDROOMS 


BY OWNER 
In Univerrity areu, 3-year-old 
5 bedrooms, rumpus room with 
fireplace. $34,900. 1869 San l,oreiu». 
477-5033. __ 

BY OWNER. SOUTH F Aik FIELD 

12-year-old. 3-bedroom, recreation 
n. 934,000. 385-2814. 13# Chap- 


BROADMEAD COLONIAL 2S00 SQ. 
ft. Moatly carpeted, two fireplaces. 
FuHy landscaped. Large first mort¬ 
gage. $55,000. 656-8563. 


2 ACRES. NICELY TREED AND 

secluded, almost new stucco and 
stone home. Quick possession. East 
Soak*. $17,800. Terms. 642-5654 


HANDYMAN SPECIAL 
Large 7-bedroom house for demoM 
tlon or removal 592-7678 


Room. Room and more Room for 
vour family, plus a gnod-slzed yard 
for the large family. CVoee to all 
school levels, shops and buses. This 
home also features a large family 
kitchen, study. 2 bathroom* and a 
living room and dining room. There 
Is room for further expansion in the 
high basement. For viewing of this 
most convenient home, phone 
CHUCK ANDREWS AT 3H5-77BL 

—D.F.H.— 

STARTER, RPTIREMENT 
FAMILY, COUPLE 

From the time you enter the front 
disr uil you leave you win 
ap|»rectatc the thought (hat tea 
gone Into this Col wood Special. Tte 
sunken living room features a floor 
lo oelllng fireplace. The combination 
kitchen-family room overlooks “ 
secluded back yard. The 3 b< 
rooms 'master en-suitei are all _ 
good size. There is laundry facilities 
off the kitchen. Ibe price of this 2- 
y ear-old home is $24,900 and can be 
seen by pi 10rung 

BEV HIGHTON OR 
CHUCK ANDREWS 

AT 3NfvTN»1 


930.500. Make offer. Ask PETER 
I I ER VEER b*r the address 9x3 
7115 or Res. 479-1568. 

3-BEDROOM BEAUTY 
$24,500 

Sparkling white home In spotless 

—— - VACANT. Oak --- 

_ Rtt nuaHly bre- 

Basement dean as a wMstie. View 
lot of 60x215’ I>hooe J. ETTEMA 
for the address. 383-TU5. Your 
property may be taken to trade. 

DE LUXE DUPLEX 
$48,900 

Slde-by-alde duplex tn the Uni¬ 
versity Village. 2 bedrooms and 
basement eaai side. Owners’ suite 
tuts extra room In basement. Phone 
J. ETTEMA for the address. » 
7115. 

FAIRFIELD 

COULD BE DUPLEXED 
I-arge family home near Cwk St. 
has rear lane. Asking $19,500. 
Phone J. ETTEMA for the address. 
383-7113. 


room 


to the full 


door*. It will be our peasun 
tfww you this lovely home. Price 
$25,900. Call Mrs. Wallace or Mrs 
Johnson. 385-8794 anytime. 

CORDOVA BAY 

Three-bedroom plus den 01 ■*“ 


OPEN HOl^E 
SIDNEY 

DIRECT FROM BOLDER 

SAT.. SUN.. 1:30-4 

Menajrt) Place Arwwell 


Avw». 

luvmenl $2X#S <at a 1 

rtv«or rul-de-ssr witli Tree*. 
v-owd w«h vrmx-rx. Wns dsa- 
••'.srktte road and curas aB 
and 3hedr-.»w 


pref^kt m 

ungatuars 

ievrt# un.tr 


area Pliw to net 




• From Victoria turn <gr Pal Bs 
Highway at MrDmald Park B-nd 
and ngfd en AntwrH • 

Call me anytime Charles Ntorrw 
>4-1524 ee Hrroan and Par 
Homes Bolters and llise lw m 


UNIVERSITY 
2037 SAN RAFAEI. 


ckly a) 
Kirs. 


93L91M. To; 


SACRIFICE 921.900 
3 bedrooms, Saanich, basement 20’ 
living room, fireplace, 9 years. 
$2000-94000 down Vacant. Owner. 
479-1479. 


4-YEAR-OLD, 3-BED ROOM, 
dining, rumpus, large lot Mortgage 
at 6»i%. Schools, trasportatlon. 
ctoae new liomes No agents, 
please Phone 479.2445 


SOUTH OAK BAY 
$44,700 

Built to 1987, over 1460 aq. 
ft l floor — Living rm 

— Dining rm - 6 bedrms 
(master en suite) - Rec 
rm with F P. - 2V4 hatha 

— Utility rm - garburator 

— 5 appUancea to new 


Inboard. Clear _ 
Johnson 385-8794 anytime phw bunder, 28M95S 

BEAUTIFUL GORGE- 

At only 92LJU0 and YOTR (AVN 
TERMS this 3-bdrm 


large M 
aertuded 1 


*I^Xully 

Laa Forbes, 


EXECUTIVE HOME 
VIEW - SECLUSION 
Twr> third acre te hillside, 
looking teautlful Cadhoro Bay and 
Mt Bakar. 10 n->ms (7 with 
seaview 1, wall-to-wall te main 
floor, 3 ()aths. ’2-car garage, 
secluded veranda and patto. 
Nestled next to woods for complete 
privacy. Owner moving. 2568 Vista 
Bay Rd. 

BY OWNER. 477-6118 


GORDON HEAD. BY OWNER 
pllt level. 2.0U0 sq. ft . 3 year* old. 
bedrooms, den or ith. family 
. »m. dining room, all oak floors. 
Wall-to-wall in living room. Large 
entrance hall. 2% ball . basement, 
landscaped Stove. fridge and 
dishwasher included $'Jb’JKJ- 7'*^ 
m<jrtgage Full price $42 900 477- 

2479 


seiwrate dining roum. •narrow strip 
maple floors! and full basement 

!ranr C oSsf- l r«.ssgi 

on this one). 

L. Plgert — C Baird - 385-8794 

DRIVE BY 

2285 ARBUTUS 

(JUo Lfesmert > 

OPEN WN.'SE 

SaL and -Ssm. !< a m 

COLWOOD. ^BEDROOM MOBILE 
l nhie aide bcene. Nvb ate a 3 
psmn hnMsc «■ _ 1H aim •* 

greenhouse, rs^blrrtrs assd freSt 

interior of this wrtl-jtenned luxuri¬ 
ous borne. (GORGEOUS VIEW 
FROM ALL WINDOWS 1 . 3 large 
term* two 4-pce. colored bath*, 
sep. Dr. a perfect dream of iutrhen 
and breakfast rm. Lower level 
ready for another 1478 sq ft. of 
development. Full price $43.5U) — 
Good terms. Mrs. Pepe Browne 3S5- 
6794 (34 hr*.) 

FAMILY HOME 

WTTH SAUNA BATH 

On beaiditol Gordon Head 3 
bdrm*. on main. 1 or 3 nvir on 
CtiMPLETCLY FINISHED LUNO K 
FLOOR also RUMPUS ROOM 
WITH FIREPLACE Utility 100 m 

your VLA «4 BC. M ■srtaage 
you ngSra UWe er mm 4rmm 
pay meed. No ipdi Fhtee » 

4-BEDROOM OLDER BOUSE <W 
chararter near Twwn ate CiiHiy. 
view of Ufa- and taras Ute. large 
srfieri* lark ate triad patta. «fl 
fast. 918. MB. principles ofay 4T* 

6649. 

BY BUILDER. NEW VBIEDBOOti 

13W sq ft. home tn Sidney FWi 
Iwsement wMh carport 2 ftnnifasu 1 . 
i:\rrtlent value at 933.9H9 fiikas 
Ctestructite. 362-8974. 

^ SAUNA BATH 

Asking S34.9U! 

For viewing or more into, picas* 
call Leo Plgert or C Baird 3856794 

MAROON HOMES LTD 

New Itigb-quality hcanem en ye* k« 
or one tumbled fay us from esuy 

914 9U0 Please phone Bruce *> 
HK 


SIDNEY BUNGALOW, 
leaving Is.and Priced 
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LAKE FRONTAGE 


SEA FRONTAGE 


TRUST 00. LTD. 


INVESTMENT CO. LTD. 

"SHAWNIGAN - *4,900’ 


FISHING AND HUNTING 
RESORT 

nidentNB mart north of X«m- 


ANNOUNCING 


HIGH QUADRA 


CORDOVA BAY 
$10, 500 

Small 1 or 2 bedroom oottaga on 
large attractive corner lot In good 
developing residential area. Warm 
and coey. no atop cottage, easy 
maintenance, terrific holding propo¬ 
sition. 

US-7521 JOHN D. BOSDF.T 479-3916 


CALLING THE DOCTOR 
OAK BAY 
SPECTACULAR 
INTERESTING HOME 
MAGNIFICENT VIEW 
SEA. OLYMPICS, CITY 

ACHIEVEMENT In home dcilgn 
best desert lie* this spacious and 
gracious home with a MULTITUDE 
of features for pleasant living, 
tomptete PRIVACY. This home 
"«*cts the highest QUALITY 
throyihout and Is in Immaculate 


CAPITAL REGION 
AGENCIES LTD 


EXCLUSIVE U44. 

„ PEARSON REALTY LTD. 
Box 399, Parksygle ? . 24* 
Mrs. Wakcford-C.w Andrew Pea 
1*26727 J4H-3725 


NEW EXCLUSIVE 


- HORNBY ISLAND 
WHALING STATION BAY 
ESTATES 


OPEN EVERY DAY 

2:80 TO 4:80 P.M. 


BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY 
AND FINE HOME 
3.5 SECLUDED ACRES 
12,000 SQ. FT. BLDG. (3 
FLRS.) 

FANTASTIC VALUE 
ONLY 166,000 

Ideal tor school and church home, 
boarding school. business and 
warehouse or “yothfuune-UTre 
mendous views. Large area tor 


YOU ARE INVITED TO INSPECT 
YOUR NEW SEAFRONT HOME 
FEATURING THE VERY ULTI¬ 
MATE IN P R IVACY AND 
LUXURY. 2 BEDROOMS PLUS 
DEN - 1 BEDROOM PLUS DEN. 
ALL WITH WO QDHURNING FIRE¬ 
PLACE. OPEN T DAYS A WEEK. 
ONLY 8 SUITES SO MAKE YOUR 


SOOKE BASIN - 837.300 

Almost new home. Lovely treed 
property. Gorgeous vtewi from 
rxtensive thermopans window and 
sundeck. On city water. Pishing 
and dam beds at your door. This 


NOREEN CUTHBERT. 388-7521 

L SOUTH OAK BAY - Living 
room with P.P., Separate dining 
room. 3 bedrooms, plus nicety 
panelled den or 4th bedroom in 
full basement — one block from 
the sea. 127.500. 

2. GORDON HEAD - Executive 
home, exquisitely decorated, 
(could be 5 bedrooms), 3 baths, 
double garage with lots of extra 
parking. WJOO. 

3. UNIVERSITY AREA — Pout and 
Beam living and dining room, W- 
W. circular staircase to 3 
bedrooms. 2 baths. 839.500. 

To view any or all of these homes, 

call MRS. MARILYN SECORD, 388- 

7521 or 592-2134. 


purated in this beautiful home. For 
more details, please call Mrs. 
Watson. 598-4587. 

DEEP COVE — 834.908 
Delightful summer home tot a 


COLWOOD CHARMER 

i 2-yr.-o4d home in 


BROADMEAD 


JOHN BISHOP -479-1667 
RES. 656-2308 

J. H Whtttome A Co. Ltd. 
Royal Oak Branch 


CORDOVA BAY STH 
Beachfront Estate! 

With full 220 ft. waterfront, 
this architect designed 
“S uper-Quality” character 
res. (17 yrs.) with 1750 sq. 
ft. on main alone and sited 
on 1.2 acres, offers complete 
seclusion with its easily 
maintained parklike setting. 
This unique property defies 
description and is far below 
replacement cost at $79,900. 
For details, pise, call Ron¬ 
ald Y. Cannon. Res: 658-5500 
or Town & Country Realty 
Ltd., 382-7276 ( 24 hr*.). 


COLWOOD DRIVE-BY 
$26,900 

Located at 592 Cedar Crest (Second 
turn off Metchosln Rd.) Exceptional 
value in a 1400 sq. ft. two year old 
home. Two bathrooms, three bed¬ 
rooms, very large llvlngroam, 
dining room and kitchen. Full, high 
basement ready for development 
To view, call IAN A. BOORMAN. 


„ FAIRFIELD 
'‘FAR THE SEA 


LAMPSON COURT 
$500 DOWN 

3-bedroom Townhouses. 
Monthly payments to quali¬ 
fied applicants lower than 
rent. Phone: 

Mr. Waring 382-2159 


KLAHANIE DRIVE 


PATIO 


P EM BERTON, 
LTD. 
384-8126 


FAIRFIELD. $17 900 

S bedrooms — F H C 1 


LOLEDO PLACE 


DAVE TAYUJU 


VIEW WITH 

COUNTRY ATMOSPHERE 
$27,500 

Quality built. I-arge 3-bedroom 
bungalow only 1V4 years young. 
Separate dining room, 1% bath¬ 
rooms and manv other extras. To 
view call. D. HOEGI, 388-7521 or 
652-2541 anytime. 

“UPLANDS BORDER” 

“4 BDRMS. PLUS DEN” 
“ENGLISH 

TRADITIONAL" 

Here Is s home with a lot going 
for it. Four or five hedrms. Two 
full bathrooms. Very large Living- 
room and dining room. Oil-hot- 
water heating. 2600 sq. ft.; plus an 
undeveloped high basement. This Is 
a very attractive, spacious home 
situated In a \cr> desirable 
district. Make an offer through IAN 


CONDOMINIUM 

TOWNHOUSE 

Ideal . tor family living 
minimum maintenance, do 
everything In the Gordon 
area. 3 bedrooms. 1H 
private patio. Plenty of pi 


Sixth oak ray 


EXCEPTIONAL VALUE 

-Spoilers condition Leaded glass 
windows, lovely view and garden. 
Asking 818.7*8. Vendor anxious — 
Please rail LEIGHTON NOBLE 3M- 


DALIMORE RD. 


3. DEEP COVE 

50 toot frontage. 3 bedroom 
cottage on 8000 sq. ft. lot. 

834.500 

4. NORTH OF THOMSON COVE 
885 foot frontage of 15.75 acres. 
2 bedroom cottage. 

890.000 

J. P. BELL 658-4293 
G. PERODEAU 858-4525 
J. H. G. BOVEY 852 2324 


etc Ckwc t„ 
"•nveniences As 
E. WILKINSON 


BRENTWOOD BAY 
WILLIS POINT 


CENTRAL LOCATION 


REX W. HUGHES. 478-5211 
Rex Hughes Agencies. 478-1728 


SURPRISE FOR 
THE WISE 

Yon will be SURPRISED what fine 
family living this 3-bdrm.. 3-yr.- 

yuung hp«f will provide. Full 

taoi with extra bdrm. Sundeck. 

carport. Clear to park. Be WISE 

ini c»g DAVE GIBSON Pi view st 
386-3231 or SrtJ-5647 


HAMPTON PARK 

immaculate SWw. 
tieauty. There is Mother bednen 
Ip th e bsaemewt If nentod SUrfln- 

as-g’ajLgfcafc; 

* '«T> dettgUttol rebrement ... 

starter Pnced at 823.500 
DAVE TAYLOR or Mi J SIDHV 

392-4251 


Immaculate and coxy this three- 
bednwm older home Is located near 
the Jubilee hospital. Full basement. 
Pretty, manicured comer lot with 
hedge ami shrulis. Asking *17.500. 

MFRYLE HAYS 
Off. 386-2961 Res. 477-8324 


WANTED: 


for horses, greenhouses or for 
growing shrub*. Piped water 
plus well. 

3 bedroom family home with 
lull basement. plus fourth 
tied room OOM heal double 
Price 139.300. Terms. 
1.73 ACRES 

Four-bedroom quality built 
family home., dose to shops 
and school. Full iwsement. hot 
water heat Good future In¬ 
vestment. this home Is located 
in proposed sewered area. 
Price 840.000. Terms. 

M35 AL VICKERS 652-2366 
P. R. Brown and Sons Ltd. 


THE SEA ON YOUR DOORSTEP , 

secluded. S-BEDROOM WATER¬ 
FRONT HOUSE WITH SANDY 
BEACH COVE, situated on 2-3 acre 
of beautiful Leed property Double 
garage; 2 artistic fireplaces. 3 
bathrooms, room for development 
In lower level. 

MILL BAY PANORAMIC WATER¬ 
FRONT SITE with steps to beach. 
Approx. 80 ft. frontage. 

ALSO good building sea'iew site — 
87.800 — Terms. 

SANDY BEACH LOTS - 30 min 
from Parks ville - Ideal for 
permanent or summer homes. 
88.800gl.500 - Good Terms. 

MIDRED STAPELLS 
388-4371 or 477-4960 

J. H. Whlttome A Co. Ltd. 


HOUSES WANTED 
TO BUY 


TATTERSAL AREA 


WANTED 
4 BEDROOMS 

FOR LARGE FAMILY WISHING 
TO MOVE INTO FAIRFIELD OR 
OAK BAY. ALTHOUGH ANY 
GOOD DISTRICT WOULD BE 


be^subdhlded at some 'uuin- u 
jmd the house is a two-bedro 
lull hasen<ent charmer There i 
view over the city t, tlm Oivmr 
p4 * or lo rrtire 1 
dentally at the prior «r XXIMKn 
- « 

BETTY SHEA or BIIJ. SdfdT 
382-4251 


WATERFRONT 
PROPERTIES 
CORDOVA BAY-436.900 


YOUR OWN PARK 

to Use in smack In select aty 
area. LWtoel lev ably nestled m the 


MERYLE HAYS 
186-2961 Res. 477-8324 


Waterfront property at a price you 
can afford. The 23x16.6 knotty jdne 


VALLEY VIEWS 
CENTRAL SAANICH 

New 3-bedroom. full basement 
h'>mr, ^located high With lovely 
views of valley and farms. 

—12H5 sq. ft. on main floor. 16x19 
living rm.. fireplace, w-w carpets 
-12x12 Dining with sliding doors 
opening on to large covered sun- 

—4-pce. vanity bath plus 2-pce. en 


living room Is warm and Inviting 
with s brick heatllstor fireplace 
and gives an unlnterupted view nf 
sea and mountains. ~ 
beach Is only 


2622 SCOTT, $16,900 

Drive by this dandy 2-bedroom, full 
basement home. Can be purchased 
with low down payment or reduc¬ 
tion for cash. 

TED BOWDEN 
Off. 386-2961 Res. 479-1479 
OPEN HOUSE 
4913 WINTERBURN PL. 
SAT. 2:00-4:30 


TONI CANNON 


- - sandy 

R steps from the door, 
tchen. two bedrooms 
with den. double detached garage, 
paved drive and 380' deep Tot To 
view call: 

JUNE HOUGHTON 
Off: 386-2961 Re*: 385-8105 

NATIONAL TRUST CO. LTD. 


TEN MILE POINT 
EARLY POSSESSION 
Colonial style, two-storey home. 
Four large bedrooms, two bath¬ 
rooms. one en suite. The entire 
main floor Is developed as living 
nonce, wide entrance with open 
staircase. 30’xl4’ living room with 
marble faced fireplace and hard¬ 
wood floor*. Separate dining room. 
De luxe open kitchen with adjoin¬ 
ing famllv room, complete with 
raised brick ft re* *a re. which can he 
used as a barbecue. Two-piece 
nowder room and den complete 
the main level. Full basement with 
finished rumpus room. Automatic ofl- 
hot-heatlng *ustem. Double carport 
Large landscaped lot screened with 
natural trees. Asking price: 

$58,500 

ROBERT J. MIKTTKA __ 
386-7521 477-5373 

1111 Government St 


CASH IMMEDIATELY FOR 
YOUR HOME WITH POS¬ 
SESSION NOW OR AT A 
LATER DATE TO SUIT 
YOU. JACK PARKER, 385- 
9741 or 382-4364. 

J. A. HENDERSON 
REALTY LTD. 


ISLAND HOMES LTD. 
2501 Douglas St. 386-7545 


SEA FRONT SPECIALS 

l—Next to *316 Lot 
Just beautiful *,x 
terms. Only 812.000. 

3—Next to 901* 


suite. -— ™ 

-Full basement with R.I. Rec 
room with fireplace. 3-pce. bath 
and additional bedrooms. OOM 
heat 

Price 830.000. Good Terms 
85-34.15 AL VICKERS 652-2266 
P. R. Brown and Sons Ltd. 


Drive. 


YOU’RE NOT READING 
THIS AD 

mm: bk 4»n montford 


VANCOUVER ISLAND 
4 WATERFRONT LOTS 


SIDNEY 


DESIRABLE 
ELK LAKE 


RUN DOWN HOUSES 
WANTED 

Cash for your problems If fixable. 


, . 1-* AC. PLUS A PARK- 

4-bedroom family home with fin- 
Ished rec room. Light and bright — 
definitely better than average: Walk 
to elem. and Jr.- high schools. 
811.000 down will do It — full asking 


vervlce*. Two large bedrouu 
five main floor and a analEr 
hawment Bright Hv*g 

with fireplace. separate < 
ro>rfTi funetkeu] attractive kil 
Wajl-to-waM Uf\wdi.<en throu 
- '«oautifu! decor. All d 
i include.i To \ ->ew ;.leasc «^n - 
BETTY SHEA - 3 92603 


Client requires three In a hurry. 
Low price range. Urgent! I! 

BEN GRIEG 
388-6231 or 477-8241 

ISLAND PACIFIC REALTY 


KEN WALTERS. 385-7830 
DIRK OKKER. 478-4501 Eve 
Swlnerton. Stewart Clark. Ltd. 

385-2481 

mar prime waterfront 

FANTASTIC VALUE 
REALISTIC PRICE 
Designed by a master craftsman to 
take advatage of the view, excep¬ 
tional quality Is obvious In this 1 
superb home. The LR. guest size, 
DR. and kitchen overlook the sea 
Must be seen lo be appreciated as 
mere word* cannot describe the, 
beaut>' of design nor the surround- 


tlng. Ona acre of lovely ground*. 
1800 square ft home and excellent 
beach tor swimming, boating, fish¬ 
ing or Just plain relaxing. Priced 
M 848.500. To Mew call 

JUNE HOUGHTON 
Off: 386-2961 Res: 385-8105 


Frank H. McLaughlin, eves. 
.1112 or days 6M-8B32. Nan 
Realty Co. Lid.. 17 Church S 
Nanaimo. B.C. 754-2511 


TRY YOUR OFFER NOW’! 

B.R. older but comfortable 
e. 1 block from shopping and 
, ~.° wner Vfr >' anxious, 

ng 812.500 

«00 K. DROST 656-2427 
KW0 ALEX REID 656-4746 

re&ft&S 1 ! peninsula 


SHOW HOME 
TO BE SOLD 

Thw centra* Saatach SUBDIVISION 
SHOW HUME ojuM be BOUGHT for 


"TRANQUILITY" 

Do you long tor a tranquil lire? It's 
yours to enjoy on this 1.95 acre 
waterfront properly In TOWNER 
PARK. Included 1* a neat 2-bdrm 2 
bathroom home with full basement 
rum!*i* room, double garage and 
separate outbuilding. Lovely land- 


10 ROOMS 


‘ SUBURBAN SPECIAL 
« BED4N s IMS gZWio 
fSTaduus entrance and tvaliwa-.« 
impressne st-nr nreplaae in U-.-sj- 
r.»»m. KpacNju* dtnmg rx**n. uftr* 
famflv breakfast room and attlh ■» 
.uvunwM bathroan*. 

Modern landarasdnr 
wdh mm.mum mamtmanrr Evce 
drtkm - excel,ent fmannnr 
T<^ay* materials and metho- 


19 ACRES V 

TUDOR STYLE 

Located between Mill Bay and 
Duncan on Highway. Living room 
30xx2S\ rec. rm. just as targe, cosy 
den with fireplace, dining rm.. 
'Jj'x'JO', all with superior parquet 
floor*. Up-to-date kitchen and 
breakfast nook. Matching fridge. 


i PROPERTIES LTD! SIDNEY. B.C. 


FAIRFIELD DUPLEX 
SELL OR TRADE 


Very large home on very large lot. 
May he commercial or tndustiiai. 
Phooe J. ETTEMA 
Ettcma Realty Ltd M3-71H 


DUNCAN 

Here are 15 of the NICEST ACRES 
together with a go-I solid house 
built for a large family: 

—3 good pastures 

—abundant year-round water sup¬ 
ply from spring 

-fruit trees and vegetable garden 
-some treed land for shade 
-4 (or posalbly 5) bedrooms. 

—Full high cement basement 
If you are looking for your piece of 
dream property on which to bring 
up the family this is it and all for 
833.000. Cal! LIZA CHESSHTRE 
today. 385-6231, Island Pacific 


URGENT! 

3-bedrooms with at least nf 
ere. Will take larger aerragr 
to 135.000 with good down 
ent. Call: 

IRENE DALZIEL 
388-6231 or 384-8692 


freezer, hullt-tn oven, table-top 
range and dishwasher. Up a 
handsome stain-axe to four bed¬ 
rooms and sewing room all with 
wall-to-wall broad loom. 3V» beauti¬ 
ful vanity bathrooms. Workshop. 
200 amp power service, automatic 
oil fired Iwt water perimeter heat¬ 
ing. abundant water remarkable 
dear, soft and pure. 4 box stalls 
for horses and 3 cow stanchions, 
ample barns and storage. 
SUITABLE FOR PRIVATE 
SCHOOL. BOARDING KENNELS 


656-1154 MR. ELWEI.L 477-3988 
GORDON HULME LTD . SIDNEY 


COLWOOD 
BRAND NEW 
$2750 DOWN 


ARDMORE ESTATE 

Your own PRIVATE beach with 
boathouse on this line waterfront 
property The large home has four 
bedrooms and many well-developed 
features and Is surrounded with 
beautiful trees and grounds. Separ¬ 
ate self-contained guest bungiuow 
O'er an acre of property at 
8135.000. Complete privacy — ad¬ 
ditional acreage available. Call 
MR. HAMILTON. 596-1481. 


DOWNTOWN 
1280 Douglas 


GUARANTEED! 


vatv:rvtfw home rue* 
revenue - OTvVto 

a large wr114*nrt»r» p *«*i rr 
l«t Itm teauttful home has am 
wvel view* or-c- Gnrge Wat 
anH Kinsmen s Park T.rvfcs* j* 
with -.rs her-trail earnK. ? « 
r>ms, kitchen d r-inr T>»*n ; 

Mwe. bathroom Spaoon* n 
•Vr»tl ibn b»* evrellent sitmy 
and K enmpiHHy %ett ceOtr 
1-arge itv-ne n««n with brenlao- 
or .1 bedr-ans. tdtrhm s 
penerow mniag area wad 4-f 
bathroom 

MRS. PAT JONES _ 9^5-1616 


DEEP COVE 

5 parcels of virgin pror 
WITH VIEW - ea. l.b! 
Over let varieties of 
things, oh Yes. Uiere Is 


you. Now. 

IRENE DALZIEL—388-6231 
or 384-8692 AFTER 5 P.M. 

ISLAND PACIFIC REALTY 


CENTRAL LOCATION 
FOUR BEDROOMS 
POSSIBLE REVENUE 
$18,100 


F.NTI.Y USED AS SINGLE 
FAMILY DWELLING. COULD BE 
DUPLEXED. 

PRICE fWi.oon 
TERMS ON REQUEST 
D. TAYIjOR E. WILKINSON 

382-4251 Anytime 

ARE YOU ENTITLED TO 
PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT 
SECOND MORTGAGE? 

If vou have been paying rent for 
at least two year*, you may lie 
enlllled to the H.C. Gov’t 2nd 
Mortgage of 12,5(10. 

In this ea*** you could move Into 
this two-he<lrm ntuccn bungalow 


$16J09. OAKLANDS 
NO MORTGAGE 
NEEDED 


3 LAKEFRONT LOTS 
311 FOOT BEACH 

-Shawnlgan Lake. nice. 2-bedroom 
home — 2 wharves — good 

swimming — excellent opportunity 
lor 3 or 3 families to buy now and 
develop later to suit. Terms on 
835,000. Call now. 384-6001. RON 
HI.ACK, Broadview Properties Ltd. 


) BEAUTIFUL 
prime Gordon 


Four-bedroom well kei>t older home 
kKated in Cloverdale District. 
Living room with fireplace 
kitchen with eating area 
piece bathroom. PLUS I 


> — large 
— four- 

___ _ two-piece 

down and rum|>UH room. Downstairs 
accommodalion has )>een rented for 
190 a month. This Is agond 
investment — so hurry and look! 
Terms. 

DON CLARK 
388-5451 (24 Hrs.) 

‘ Res. 477-8076 


WILF DAVIES Jr. 


SOITH OAK BAY 

NEW CONDITION 
4-heilr>»m. plus <len. family room. 
8 ht null .lining rorm. large Uvlng 
n»jm wllh attractive flrepiace 3 
bedr>«an». rumpus nmm. sumlehk. 
daihle Ideol famllv living 

WWl priced at 8M.WI. Cad Mr. 
Fortune !•» view anytime. >6-7515 


OPEN HOl T SE 
SIDNEY 

DIRECT FROM BUILDER 
SAT.. SUN., 1 30-4:30 

inriftfi Menagti Place <«ff .Artrue-l! 


THIS IS IT 


I HAVE A CLIENT 
who wishes a home with SEA VIEW 
In the Cad boro Bay — I iMdmiM 
slope, or 10 Mile Point, area. Up to 

596-3325 JOHN {^COLWELL 384-8138 
PEMBERTON, HOLMES LTD. 


IT. Full un- 
Terriftc view 


dcvekiped t>a«emeni. 
from main floor and 

World ganlen. guo. _ 

oysters’ Asking 84Z000. This wnn’t 
last. Capital Region Agencies Ltd.. 
24M Beacon Are.. Sidney. 956.3961 


SEA VIEW 
CADBORO BAY 


BUY Of* THE YEAR 
RflDUCfJ> TO $25,900 
FOR QUICK SALE 


BOORMAN INVESTMENT CO. 
1111 Government Street 


(Hitstandinf 


Ideal retirement tiome.--— 

garden large sjiring-fcd 
Very large master liedi 
Through hall plan Full Iwsei 
Asking 846 jnO 

- LEIGHTON LX)VITT 
^88-5451 «4 Hrs.) 
Res. 477-4162 


GENTLEMAN’S ESTATE - QUAL 
Ity home, five bedrooms, several 
outbuildings, all constructed of best 
mateiialh. Cio*e to town. Almost 6 
acres. 8*9.000. 

5 6 ACRES - - Ideal for horses or 
cattle. Older tour-bedroom home. 
845.000 

tl ACRES - fnterurban Area. Two- 
bedroom. basement home 180.000. 
Mary James 
383-8117 or 477-5618 
Newstead Realty Limited 


RY OWNER 
OAK IJAY. 821.000 

Charming ? iiedn>om home M 
Avenue Laree IMne nnm. 
o'e.cc. *eoarete d'ning room. 
hl»h basement. !W.12«6. 


SOOKE WATERFRONT . 

Just walk thru this lovely treed 14 
sere property with nearly 300 It. 
walcrfrontagv You'll not find 
anything nicer anywhere near the 
asking price of 839.500 Cell Lillian 
Hendy. 479-1687 and let me show it 


ire to 
Price 

Mrs 


BEAUTIFUL TUDOR 
RESIDENCE 
SELECT IX)CATION 
DESPARD AVENUE 


NEAR THE SEA - JAMES BAY 
3 bedroom*, full basement 
•turco bun'—low', newlv decorated 
'••.ve in todnv riniv *1* 900. Call 
39.V1795 MR. GREENE. 3M-912* 
PEMBERTON HOLMES LTD. 


CALL MARION HAMILTON 

OR PHIL warren 

ANYTIME 


UNIVERSITY 
2037 SAN RAFAEL 


bedroom*. IS hath*, full 
men! Den with fireplace. Hot 
r heating Park like garden, 
ng M6.9IS) 

LEIGHTON IX)VITT 
5451 Res. 477-4162 


DOLPHIN BEACH ESTATES 

MAGHIF1CENT water front 
AND VTEW LOTS 
DOLPHIN AGENCIES LTD 

pa box MR parksville 

PHONE 96*6196 


3-Bdrm home with toll basement. 
On 3 acres treed land Full price 
834.900 

REX W HUGHES. 479-521 
He* Hughes Agencies. 678-1731 


DE LUXE HOME 
3 BEDRMS AND SUITE 


SPANISH 

MEDITERRANEAN 

style family home In University 
area. Unique design and appear¬ 
ance. 3 or 4 bedrooms, ck-n, family 
room, formal living, dining, very 
spacious entry, enclosed pall", 
sundeck sea few 2244 Greenlanda. 
Call builder. 477-3680. 


GORDON 


IMMEDIATE I 
Snoke Rd. 40’ 
acres approx. 9 
treed watervlew 
and den. Almc 
Ished In nature 
carpeting. High 
ment with rec 


OPEN SE 


IN ESI 


rive-toy 


OUTLYING DISTRICT 

IKGE Uif nr W Arre 16 
;DR(V)M HOME wfth haaemem 

IfiWspt NMm 


INVESTORS 
FDC UP 

3 bedrooms 812.950 
Excellent area. 

Bob Garstde. City Trust. 3836141 


VIEW ROYAL 

view lot with older bungalow 
g some work. Beautiful 
n and dose to bus, stores, 
hools. Asking 818.000. 

ON CORD REALTY LTD. 
388-5471 

Y PURDEN Res. 479-3520 


NEW WITH A VIEW 


separate. Ideal place tor the family 
with in laws. JACK DOBSON, 386- 
1381 or e*6€7* 

CANADA PERMANENT TRUST 


SPARLING at SIDNEY 


J. ROGERS at BLOCK 


Offices Opposite the Theatre 

SPARLING REAL ESTATE 


LANGFORD 
3 BEDROOMS 
LOW DOWN PAYMENT 


656-1622 


METCHOSIN DISTRICT 
3 acre lota — 81500 and up 
REX HUGHES AGENCIES LTD. 
478-172* 


NEW. UNOBSTRUCTED OCEAN 
view, 4 - bedroom home plus large 


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BatintfglPMtrt Victoria, B.C., Sunqpy, May 9, 1971 


30 LISTINGS WANTED 

LIST TOUR SHAWMGAN IJUCE 
proparty with the girt who knows 
property value, where to go. and 
can show by land or waterway s. 
Rdlth Gutemar, 479-1887 or Res. 479- 
:«rr. By the Lake. 743-204*. J. a 
Whlttome A Co., Royal Oak 


ALL SOLD OUT OF HOMES. 
QUICK ACTION PROMISED ON 
ANY PROPERTY. ALLAN KEEN- 
MAN - E XPERI ENCE COUNTS. 
TOWN A COUNTRY REALTY LTD. 
_ 383- 7276. _ 

I HAVE A GENUINE BUYER FOR 
A 3 OR 3-BEDRM. OLDER HOME 
IN THE LANGFORD. COLWOOD 
AREA. UP TO 130.000. CALL STAN 
CRAIG. 389-72T* TOWN A COUN- 
TRY REALTY LTD._ 

THINKING OF SELLING’ 

CaJl me for an evaluation. No 
obligation. Proven record of sales 

*" r Truss*. 

Jotastai and Co. Ltd. 

HATSHORK REALTY LTD. 

Tad Graves. 5*2-1911 anytime 


yii EXCHANGE REAL 
ESTATE 

CLIENT WISHES TO TRADE HIS 

3-bedroom home In Eaqulmalt for 
ne-,v or near new 3-betlroi/m near 
city centre, preferably’ over 1200 sq. 
(t Has spoxl equity In present 
home and low interest mtge. 
George A:gyle. Block Bros. Realty. 


;<n S RAPPY VALLEY RD. 
of approx. *6.300. trade for Revenue 
property, land, house or paper. 

G. Strieker, Quadra Realty 
T3-14SL 


NO 


AGENTS. B 
dear title 


house as 


. Y-.etOrta Press. Box 479 


down 

property. 


S7I LOTS FOR SALE 
SALEM PARK DIVISION 

At Swartz Bay f , off Land tend Road. 
Half-Acre Waterfront and View Lota. 
Water and Power Inst completed. 
13 densely treed building ritea 
m *3.000. Order your 

INAT 598-5782 

The Subdivider: Salem Sea Sites 
Ltd. 

Daily before 8 a m and after < 
_ P-tn. __ 

SHAWMGAN LAKE 

1.4 ac. secluded, treed. Across 4h« 
road from Lake. Asking price 
*5,OUO. Excellent financing. Try your 
offer. 

AINA MELDERIS 
388-4401 386-3511 

Shirley Phllps' Homefinders Ltd. 

T ' OAK BAY 
Panoramic views of water and 
mountain! at very end of Denison 
Road 

ROCKLAND AVE. 

New listing, treed, rocky and on a 
delightful section of Rockland. 

Explorer Development! 
_882-iaB Of 38HHT1_ 

TWO LOTS IN GORDON HEAD. 
AH Improvements are In — sewer. 
Storm drains, etc. Approx. size 
95'xUiO'. These may be ahle to be 
zoned for duplexes Gbu.i bolding 
property or buUd now. Full price 


Call Harold Ware at 


Residence. S9H-13W. 


MY *30.000 EQUITY t 


~il LOTS FOR SALE 

XXXXXXXXXX 
X BOULTBEE X 
X SWEET X 
X Realty X 
X Ltd. X 
X X 
X 

YORKSHIRE TRUST AFFILIATE 

METCHOSIN 
2-ACRE TREED LOTS 

$500 DOWN PAYMENT 
(Limited Time Only) 
BALANCE CAN BE 
FINANCED 

OPEN HOUSE 
SAT., MAY 8.1-5 p.m. 
SUN., 'MAY 9. 1-5 p.m. 

Be sure to see these beauti¬ 
ful treed lots providing pri¬ 
vacy and seclusion. 

for information caU 
K. C. ROBINSON 478-4214 
G. H. WILLI SCROFT 
652-2919 

DIRECTIONS: Sooke Rd. to 
Metchosin Rd.. turn right at 
Happy Valley Rd.. turn left 
at Rocky Point Road, follow 
to Boult bee. Sweet sign. 

SEA WOOD TERRACE 

Off Femdale at Tyndall 

9 EXCLUSIVE LOTS 
LEFT 

Seavlew 

Trees 

Seclusion 

Underground Services 
n’HA Approved 
*10,300 - *14,600 
Paving will be Aniseed 
Soon 

DRIVE OUT AND SEE 

For more info._ 

OLYMPIC HOMES LTD 

Don Butler Prtrr Margetts 

3S6-33S3 anyt ime_ 

be ilRSff WITH 

A. 

B. 

C. 

A. BERNARD A CO. LTD 
Fort and Broad 3irt-933S 

IN THE UPLANDS 

(PLANS AVAILABLE) 

MUST BE SOLD 

Nicely treed 113x202 tot with partial 
i\iew. Plans available for very 
.tractive 3.300 sq. 
home and REDUCED FOR QUICK 


WILLIS POINT - HR OF AN ACRE, 
treed. 108 ft. frontage, near Todd 
Inlet. Price *5.300. 

SOOKE: WIFFEN SPIT. WRIGHT 
AVE. lx* ts* ft. x 204 ft. lively 
i spot. Low down payment Asking 
*.->.800. McCandless Realty, 3s3-dLU, 
Eves. 302-19X1 or 3&4- 5S53. _ 

COLWUOD AND , 
METCHOSIN ACREAGE 
Your choice of wooded seclusion 
valley or sea view. Some partly 
meadow land, and city water 
Priced from *7 .3tti to 112.000. Call 
MRS. MrKEAGE. 479-oslte 
- Island Pacific Rea lty, 

MADRONA RIDGE J •. 7 

14 WOODED LOTS 
All serviced, some with view. 
Triangle Mountain. 2 miles from 
Colwuod Comers. Fulton Road off 
Sooke Road. 

_ 63S-3T13 

SHAWN IGA 

Delightfully tree'! lot with spring on 
property and only steps from lake. 
Perfect setting for a summer 
cabin. Priced at *4.950. IJlIian 
Hendy. 479-1667. J H- Whittome i 
Co. Ltd.. Royal Oak Branch. 

' 

Place. Fabulous slew lot. Ideal l a¬ 
the discriminating 'raver wanting 
PRIVACY - SECLUSION. Asking 
J12.5W1. Full particulars from-Ha/el 
Rarenhill. 3 b 8-4M*1. Shirley Philos* 
Homefinders Ltd. 

~ METCHOSIN - ~ 

2-3 ACRE LOTS 

Some with sea view and mountain 
view, some Vith stream frontage. 
City water available. Suitable for . 
V.L.A. Sea brook Estates, phone 364- 
2069. 


attractive 3.300 sq. 
home and REDUCED 
SALE to 

$24,900 

Mr. Belc her. 3»4 OS S- 3S2-CS4S r es. 
James Bay - In area ripe 
for early development. 
Cleared lot 165’ x 85.5’ 
already zoned light in¬ 
dustrial. Only $19,750 or 
owner w 111 build for 
prospective tenant. Call I 1 . 
C. POLLARD. BOULTBEE. 
SWEET REALTY 
LIMITED. Yorkshire Trust 
Affiliate. 388-5561._ 

SOUTH OAK BAY LOT 
ZONED LIGRT INDUSTRY 

MiurThirs 

LANGFORD LOT 

Over one-third acre. Nicely treed lot 

SDTffiS^^VETAVjm 

382-42SL RTTHET A GENCIES LTD- 

OVER 200’ WATERFRONT 

ON SEWER WITH TER¬ 
RIFIC VIEW OF PORTAGE 
INLET. 

$14,500 

ERIC HUGHES 385-3435 
P. R. BROWN & SONS 
LTD. _ 

SHAWNIGAN LAKE LOT 
66x284 

This beautifully treed lot 1* less 
t,an 100 ft. from lake aeces* and 
features a view of the water. 
Priced to sell at only *3.300 and 
terms are available. 

Call - LAltRY M. BROoK.x. 478- 
291S or 384-6126 (anytime)- _ 
PEMBERTON. HOL MES LTD. 

COMOX BAY 

HIGH MEW LOT 'No. 12) WITH 
BEAUTIFUL SOUTHERN EXPO¬ 
SURE ON YATES HD. TN NOB 
HILL DISTRICT. VERY CLOSE TO 
BEACH AND LESS THAN MILE 
FROM MAIN COMOX SHOPPING 
AREA AND GOLF COURSE. *8 W) 
JOHN PLATT. 368-7521 OR 363-3700 
BOORMAN INVESTMENT Co. LTD. 
1111 GOVERNMENT STREET 

SEA VIEW 
BOURNE TERRACE 

VACRE LOT ON BLACKTOP 
ROAD 
18,500 

John Pinchback. 3Sfc3411 
Res. 479-anar 
Ker A Stephenson Ltd.. 

*80 Broughton St 

SCKXTC CORDOVA BAY 
LOT SIZE 75x132 

This lot slope* down on the high 
s.de and affords lovely views of the 
ocean, offers wanted on askiiig 
price of 98000. Call & Cleodlnneng. 
4TT-1B4L 

dock Bras Realty Ltd._ 

METCHOSIN -ACREAGE 

Small down payment. 9.39 Acres on 
roiling wooded hills and '’alley with 
small streams and magnificent 
views. Don MacClement, 477-IS41. 
BLOCK BROS. R LTY 

QUEENSWOOD 
2 lovely % acre treed lots on sewer, 
~UQMI4H)- 

- *ta. _, . _ 

ON HOLMES LTD. 

ROYAL OAK. 4 ACRE LOT JUST 
*7.000. Call G. Ireland. Quadm 
Realty Ltd.. 385-1431 or Res. 65*- 

um. 

MUST SELL LARGE TREED LOT. 
Prime location on Arbutus Drive, 
dose to University. Serviced. 388-7902 

CAD BORO BAY LOT - BETWEEN 
2440-2446 SUTTON RD. *12.800 
PTNE HOME BUILDERS 477-203 

NICELY TREED BUILDING LOT 
tar aale, perc tested, city water. 
*6 000. 4TO-2142 _ 

‘CENTRAL SAANICH. MEW LOT 

Ideal location. r>ere tested. 179-333' 


ARDMORE 

.74 Acre of cleared land, plus 
almost complete double garage 
load of valuable granite twek. Nice 
view clear to Mt. Baker. Perc. test 
satisfactory *M.500. Call LIZA 
OTFSSHIRE 3 sM 3». Is:and Pacific 
Realty. 


EXCELLENT AREA 
1-arge lot — averages 62x17(1 
large oaks dote to schools, 
shops and transportation. Asking 
*8.300. 36'-4271 RICK KlNNLS. 479- 
1S36 

J. H. Whlttome A Co. Ltd. 


SHAWNIGAN l.AKE. 1 ACRE LOTS 
several with a vibw. treed. lake 
access, 40 mins, from Victoria. 
Priced from *2.900 to * 4 .vm. boy 
two at this price and one 3-rcre lot 
<7.800. Inquire at Mason's store or 
pi tone 393-1294 or 743-2471. 




TREED LOT 

About one acre. Excavated f-*r 
foundation. Rouse plans. <7.900 
ALSO 2 aeres N. Saanich. frees. 
F'UJUO. Uoy.l Ellis *56-3222 or T-fr 

7343. Island Homes Ltd. 


LEVEL LOT 

ON* TREANOR AVE. Si'xlij' 
' *NLY *6.000 TERMS. 

PHIl, SIMPSON. 366-7521 
BOORMAN INVESTMENT CO. LTD 
till GOVERNMENT STREET 


385-3411 


$800 DOWN 

Build your dream h<«me on a 2-acre 
lot on a fresh, c.ear year-round 
stream. For details: 

Bob Ganride City Trust 3*3-4141 

LAKOttKD ROAD. NEAR 'WEST 
Saanich Rd., ’ L- acre lots from 
J650". Easy terms. 362-7251. Resi¬ 
dence 592-2630. 

loODCOO* lot. SOUTHERN KX 
P"#ure. View of the valley. on 
Mallard R>ad. Central Saanich. 
*6.500. 050-2505. 


’--ACRE LOT. PERC. TESTED, 
light and water. VLA approve* i. 
Open to offers. 477-3491. 


273 PROPERTY FOR SALE 

APARTMENT SITES 
Beacon Hill Park 
1611 sq. ft. at $57,000 <20 
suites i. 

Quadra Close-In 
87.000 sq. ft. at $150,000 
(Approx. 100 suites!., 

James Bav 

19.800 sq. ft. at $48,000 <26 
suites >. 

TOM DUNCAN 477-24*7? 
BILL JENSEN 477-3340 
477-2462 

Broadview Properties Lid 
384-8001 

WATER VIEW 

1—JOCELYN PLACE. *, ae;e to: 
on sewer and water 
tto.noo 

*J—/,LEC ROAD. 27 acres facing 
west. 

*89.100 

3— EJRF.NTWOOD. Iqt near water¬ 
front 

*9.000 

4— LANDSEND RD. 25 acres 

*09.000 

G. PERODEAf. 656-4525 
J. P. BELL. 636-4293 or 
J. H. G. BOVEY. 652-2324 

PEMBERTON. HOLMES LTD. 


APARTMENT SITE 

1M21 sq. «. GoVt St. near Beacqn 
Hill Park and waterfront, possibly 
24.600 »q. ft 


TED FATT 


Ker ami Stepbensqfl. Ltd. 

6*0 B 


ATTENTION 
DEVELOPERS 
21.750 sq. feet of level, sewered 
land with frontage on two street'. 
Has 3-i win 1 louse and T-unlt 
rooming, house, yielding apptox. 
*3, SO) jier year. Ready tor te- 
de\e'opmcnt. Asking *»0.(«x.'. Addi¬ 
tional adjoining lots of 17.7UO sq. 
feet and b.fcbo sq. ft. also available. 
For further Information phone 388- 
6231. 

MRS. RESTALI. MRS. IMNGS 
Island Pacific Realty 

CENTRAL SAANICH 
WELCH ROAD 

Eigiit <9- acres of beautiful sloping 
'and with \iew* acioss the valley 
to the Malahat. Part freed, part 
cultivated Ideal for a mini ranch 
or shmb nursery - good soil with 
agricultural resenw near centre 
and snvall corral. Water and power 
on Welch Rd. Cowl value at S47uo 
per acre. Exclusive with WILP 
DA VIS. 3s8-4271 or tios-3276. 

J. H. Wldttom e A Co. L td._ 

5 ACRES - NORTH SAANICH, 
east end of; TaUow Rd.. Just up 
from Wain X Rd. Signs on 
property.- Front half fairly cleared. 
Inland Homes Ud. 

CALL KEN JENSEN. 3S6-7545, RES. 
6 62-9079. _ 

APARTMENT SITE 

R 3 Zoned. Michigan, Menzies 
Area. 32.541 ml ft 'will handle 42 
suites) at *2lfc sq. ft. Full Price 
*77.000. Phone BUI McCulloch. 38.V 
2471, Johnston A Co. Ltd. _ 

WATERFRONT, ACREAGE 

Cali ’‘lam?TpecfuUrts^743-5825 
Malah’t Realty Ud. 

Cobbte mil. B.C. 

APARTMENT-ZONED. 43 SUITES, 
doae-ln. tremendous view, very 
reasonable. Flexible terms. 383-8623 
day*. 884-4435 evenings. 

SEA-VIEW IDT NEAR SIDNEY 
Sewer ''LA-»ppr<>ved *10.300 its”. 
91123 


274 PROPERTY WANTED 
WANTED 

Reasonably priced lota, acreage , or 
aiiartment property. Kaaap! Cbn- 
■tructlon CO. LtdT3S>4131. 

WANTED 

Building lot in Victoria, Saanich or 
Metchosin area. Call LARRY 
ylAGLIOTTl. 479-6009 or Island 
Pacific Realty 388^231. 

urgent:: 

1 or 2 acres of wooded property 
with older home within 10 miles of 
the University. Please call- 
BETTY f— ‘ 


r SHEA - 392-9213 


WANTED 2».i TO 4 ACRES 
within 5-mlle circle. All cash or to 
rent wlUt small house. Write E. 
Lambert c-o 6t2 Agnes St. 

Vickery and Sons Ltd. 
i OTS OR ACREAGE IN ANY 
AREA. 

_ «M*a 

BUILDER REQUIRES SITE FOR 
30 to 40-sutte apartment. Must be 
suitably zoned. Cash waiting. 568- 
4371. 


REASONABLY PRICED BUILDING 
I "It wanted. Postle Construction. 
>77-37'.'' 

280 ACREAGE FOR SALr 
and WANTED 

NORTH SAANICH 

6.73 Acres McTavieh Rd. 

Trees and pasture with some view. 
Drilled well and cleared building 
site. *32.000. 

CALL BOB HAGUE. 386-7761. 

D. F. HANLEY AGENCIES LTD 

CENTRAL SAANICH 

Choice acreage. Make excellent 
h>«m-stte. 4.02 acres. Wooded, 
gentle slope. Perc tested. Water 
available. Easy terms or open to 
cash offers and trades. Call DON 
MESSAGE foe details. Asking only 
*16.900. 

D F. HANLEY AGENCIES LTD 


11 ACRES 

Close to city in 3-mile circle - 
Water on v roadway. 55' of road 

frontage — small 1-bedroom cot- 
t i'o ..n property. Vendor would 
consider small house in Langford 
area as part payment. Asking 
*3u.uf*i tenns available. To \1evv 
call aM-SOUl. 

JESSIE McGRATH or 
PAULINE BROOKES 

Broadview Properties Ltd. 

SHEL0OURNE 

•Tvei- one acre of cleared land m 
area of rupidly developing new 
homes. This is an attractive 
property which could be developed 
into 3 large building lots. Existing 
2 -BR bungalow In A-l condition, 
also very large carpenters work¬ 
shop which would be useful for 
con tractors. *30,000. Attractive 
terms. MADGE HOLE. 3t>2-3369 or 
DON ROBBINS. 592-7641. 

CANADA PERMANENT TRUST- 
3SS-13C 


UP -ISLAND 
PROPERTIES 


STORES AND LIVING 
QUARTERS 

This near new compact shopping 
centre Is strategically located on 
comer tot in the progressive town 
of Nanaimo 'Vancouver Island i 
cov ering a large trading area. The 
appearance of the two - storey 
building is exceptional with roomy 
and tastefully decorated living 
quarters, upstairs, with private 
entrance. I-orgc paved parking lot. 
Asking Price Is *115.000 down 
payment and balance negotiable. 


METCHOSIN 
THREE ACRES 

Where can you find a square niece 
of proj^rtv with over 330 ft. of 
road frontage with city water, 
elect rid tv and telephone for only 
98.300'.’ It is very hilly but there 
are millions of wild flowers and all 
kinds of trees and lots of flat 
building sites. Full price *6.3oo cash 
or terms. Phone George Lee. P. R. 

365-3433 - 


► or 478-1903. 


Brown 1- Sons. 1 

VLA POTENTIAL 
DEVELOPMENT POSSIBILITIES 
Over 1 acre of exceptional view 
property located within 4-mil# 
circle. Two iots with 2-Br. 
bungalow. Tills is ideal send- 
secluded retirement property. 
Could lie M^A or future 
development possibilities. K. E 
DICKSON. 386-1361 or 479-4991. 
CVNADA PERMANENT 
TRUST CO. 


SAANICH PENINSULA 

'At 11 acres of beautifully treeJ 
land, panoramic '.lews, perfect 
secluded li',me site. 

Asking * 30.000 — *3.000 Down 
• B • 27 acres, mostly cleared rolling 
pasture, small creek, ideal for 
livestock. Good terms. 

Asking *65.000 

385-3435 A1 VICKERS •o7-’1266 
P. R. Brown and Sons Ltd. 

WEST SAANICH 

27.39 ACRES Treed and with a 
view, less than *1.75" per acre at 
the asking price of *47.000. 

5 ACRES — Variety of trees and 
wild flowers. Price *13.300. Terms. 

J. P. H. EVANS 

3$5-3425 or 477-4452 
P Ft. Brown tc Sons Ltd 

37 ACRES 
*47.500 

4 MILE CIRCLE 

-^Located in the West Burnside area. 
Excellent holding property. <12.000 
down and balance to vendor. 

3S3-77? 1 CLIFF SALMOND 477-3636 
GARDNER REALTY LTD. 

S99 FORT STRE ET_ 

TWELVE ROUGH ACRES 

Beautifully treed, ideal for thos# 
win* desire complete seclusion. 
View on the high part and Just 
Ihirtv minutes from City centre. 

Call S. W. BRIDGES 
395-S794 478-1435 

Clarke L Wallace Realty Ltd. 

~mt7douolasVark' 

i.15 acres beautifully timbered 
property. High view of straits. 
Asking *67.000. low down payment. 
MADGE HOLE. 352-5369 or DON 
BOBBINS, 592-7641. 

CANADA PERMANENT TRUST 
386-1*01 

Ift ACRES (NORTH SAANICH> 
Beautiful wooded level land suitable 
for an estate-tv pe country home or 
"idlng property for future 
su xllvlslon. AsK.ng *34.9o". To ’ 

<”»,'■ 17? 1667 or Res. 479-664S