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VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 6, 1971 


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II CBNTI OAILY 
» CBNTi SUNDAY 


Greater V ictorians W arned: W atch Out! 


n> nritk i .ou in mi 

There II never l>e an official warning m fael, tins ulory 
l» probably the only warning (Greater Victoria will have 
hut the iieople of Victoria Saanicli, Oak Hay and Fsquimalt 
•houid realize the police work-to-iules campaign could end 
this weekend 

Both aides in the Greater Victoria |a»lice contraM dihpute 
Indicated Thursday it could be exacted to end quickly if the 
four police unions vote at a meeting at 8 p in. tonight in the 
Union Centre on Quadra to accept a “basis of settlement" 
worked out Wednesday. 

What will happen if it does end? , 


Fur one thing, people who mu drinking and dm mg 
should understand they're liable to tie charged with nuiiaircd 
driving, which can oust somewhere around $3bQ in a tine plus 
a driving ban plus maybe a lawyer's fee 

It's true that tlie guy down the block got a 24-hour road¬ 
side Huiqiension when ikilice .topped him the other day. Hut 
that has been the ixiint uf the work-to-rules thing while the 
i.iulract was umuttled, tlie c.mncli of law enforcement has 
been to reduce die municipal revenue. 

Of course, the unions may vote no and so may the munn i 
ipal authorities. But while the terms of settlement were to 
remain secret ai least until after tonight's meeting, the 


guessing was ttiat Doth sates would vole yes and tswk to 
rules would become history, for now. 

This warning also applies for those who act in such a way 
they could lie charged with causing a disturbance by being 
drunk. Under work to rules, they have simply been allowed to 
sleep it off overnight in jail and then were turned out in tlie 
morning. This may he their last such night. 

it dues not apply to the criminally inclined segment of 
the population. Tlie business of issuing warnings instead of 
arrests did not apply to them before the work-to-rules idea 
started late in May, hasn't since then and won't in future. 

What a I tout that reduced revenue '.' Tlie Daily Goloni.t 
reported July 14 thai revenue to Victoria from Provincial 


Court proceedings initiated try city |*ilice drup|j«d to about 
179,000 in the second quarter this year from around SW.OUO in 
tlie first quHiler 

The stury also said revenue tor tire capital region fell to 
$122,000 from $142,IMH) and must of (he drop in troth eases 
came Irom alrout mid-May to the end uf June. 

Tlrnt decrease has continued since as work to rules went 
on, and Victoria city manager Willian linos on told tlie fi¬ 
nance committee Friday at city hull that figures could he ex- 
(reeled when die disirule was formally over. 

Aid. Peter Pollen was unhappy alrout what he estunated 
w as a revenue loss of $20,000 a month 

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Train 

Crash 


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; v f 4 Gas for Island 

£ ! t 

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Pipeline 


Kills 35 


Market Vote 
Due Get. 28 

I o.NDON (Reuter) - The 
4 cmeervattve government con¬ 
firmed Thursday Ural thn 
House uf I onions debate cm 
British entry Into the Furo|*- 
an < oiiinion market will ci|ien 
Oct. II, ending with ■ sole 
Del. U 


Pact Sets 
Strategy 

Ui.NDON (UP!I Soviet 

Communist Puny chief l 4 on- 
id Brezhnev and key Warsaw 
Pud leaders met secretly 
with Husbiun army and navy 
• bids mi iNiaiil u cruiser in 
Hte Hlack Sea for important 

strategy talks. diplomatic 
sourc es reported Thursday 
The meellng took pluce ear 
I i r lids week Tuesday or 
Wednesday on board tlie 
Soviet cruiser l<eningred. De- 
ience Minister Andrei Grech¬ 
ko tiiui the naval commander 
hi chief, Adrn. M. Gorshkov 
pMk pal l 


BFLGKADL t Reuter» 

>i\ railway workers were 
being held in custody Tliurs- 
d.ty night on suspicion of 
gross negligence utter a head- 
on crash between two trains 
killed 31 |N-o(ile and injured 
77 

Alxait HDD |*eople were 
|hu ked into a six-coach pas¬ 
senger train on their way 
home to village, south of Hel- 
grade Iroin a fair when (lie 
train slammed into a height 
The crash, Yugoslavia's third 
big rail disaster tins year, oc¬ 
curred near a village l»i miles 
irom (lie capital Wednesday 
night. 

Pulice said the driver nf the 
freight tram and his assistant, 
« traffic: c id roller and three 
shunters from a station near 
lue crash site were in cus¬ 
tody 

The death toll of .'In was 
given in an official announce 
nient Thursday night alter 
earlier reports dial at least ID 
had died. 

Had officials said they were 
investigating tlce possibility 
that tlie freight went through 
a red signal. 

1-ess than a month ag < 14 
students and their teacher 
were killed when a passenger 
tram ran into a stationary 
freight train hi Sarajevo. In 
February, at least 34 persons 
died in a fire in a passeiigc-i 
train sloped in a tunnel nca. 
Zenit'-H 


Way-Out Space Walk 
Flight Home 


HOI S ION i APi Allred 
W iden floated in ^tuce i.eai 
ly JOO.UOO miles h'om Karlli 
licuisda.v. gliding wdh a cau¬ 
tious grace to retrieve film 
canisters from die rear of (Jie 
homeward-bound Apollo 11 

spcic-ec mft 

I be In st man to walk m 
deep space .aid of die sun. 
stars, moon, Farth and space 
around him 

"This is really the mosl un- 
l>elievaide i e ill a r k a I) I e 
thing " 

lie made three trips be 
tween die cabin door and h 
panel cl ma I run lent s aiul 

• ameras. recovering two film 

• Hsaeties coni Hilling almost 

• wo miles nl ludou-mupping 
plstlos Ills Hurd Irqi lo Hu* 
ouiside bay was lo ms|tect Hie 
UT-mlllion camera equip 
nient 

(Yewmales liavid Scotl and 
lames Irwin remained in (lie 


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cabin of (be command .hip 
I.tide.ivour also wearing suits 
lo protect them against the 
vacuum ..I spare. Irwin slurl. 
Ins heflil and shoulders out of 
die eabin's hatch dn»r lo aim 
television and photo cameras 
al die sp.ee e. w alker 
Flight director Jerry Griffin 
said die space walk "wenl 
right- by die numbers ' 

"No problems al all li 
did Miipiise me dial he was 
able lo do it as Iasi as In 

did 

Tin* aGroiitiUls s prlil I Ilo .-1 
III die day alb-i Hu* sp.inr 
walk spending quietly toward 
Kftrth They were pleased 
alxiul one hit of news passed 
to diem by Mission Control A 
satellite led in muon orbit 
was working perfectly 
The space walk began after 
all three a.ir»»nauis vented 

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l.iilrrluiiuiieiii 
l imon ial News 
I id retell Notes 
Names In the New 
Prov incial I aiirl 
Nport 
Telex tsiiiii 

Women 

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Air-Dangling Engineer 
Repairs Landing Gear 


MOSCOW (Renter! Flight engineer 
Rons Komanrhenko dangled from the nose of 
a Soviet TU-^04 airliner her nearly «n Iwui, 
rarrying out repairs aa it flew at a lieight of 
1.3U0 feet over Odeaaa, says a report in die 
newapaiier Trud. 

The nose wheel got stuck when the Aero 
Hot plane was approaching Uie Black Sea 
resort h.v night on a regular passenger flight 
South from Moscow, the papsi sa\» 


Komanrhenko got permission to repair It 
end descended through the open wheel hous¬ 
ing on Uie end at a rope tied to passenger 
seats just behind the cockpit while-die plane 
circled over the town. 

After 5U minutes he had fixed a trouble¬ 
some bolt In tlie hydraulic gear, the wheel 
npentd properly and thf plane made a 
smooth landing, Trud eays 


Premiers Achieve 
‘Great Progress’ 


Japanese 

Dumping 

Charged 


(JITAW A 'UPi Hearing.* 
begin here Monday in vvhat 
could lie the decisive Guttle of 
tlie campaign by Canadian 
nt.intlfucbiivi's to keep the Ca¬ 
nadian television market 
III. national revenue depait 
mem «ifi lim-d last month dial 
television *e!s made in la|«m 
and Taiwan wen* lieillg 
dumped on the Canadian mar¬ 
ket at ciil-rate prices, and tnv 
fused a temporary duty on 
the sets 

In next week's hearings, the 
Viui-1 lumping Tribunal will 
begin heating e\ uience to de 
(ermine whether die dumping 
has significantly damaged the 
Canadian electronics industry 
The tribunal's report will de 
terinine whether the revenue 
department maintains duties 
on Ute foreign products 
Among the Jainiiu-r manu¬ 
facturers involved in tlie case 
an* Sony Corp , Sanyo Flec- 
trk Co. Ltd. and Hitachi l.Ul 
Pile hearings could have a 
substantial effect not only on 
(trices paid by Canadian con¬ 
sumers fur television sets, but 
also u|H>n tlie lU.INKl persons 
involved in ^ manufacturing 
television sets in Canada. 

Imports of black-and-white 
television seta front Japan 
and Taiwan accounted for al 
must 40 per cent of Uta Cans 

4 on It nurd ne Hag* 1 


Bennett , 
Guests 
Convene 


By IAN NTRKKT 

l^*gixltttive Importer 

Kmances and the nainy coni of medical tare 
ronlinue lo dominate diwusbionx ai the 12th annual 
meeting of provincial premiers which ia lieing held 
in ihe B.r. legialuiive chamber. 

I'lOtmei Hentiett ailing a* 
this I and tlitiirinaJi ot the tw • 
•lay meeting, told reporters 
alien il broke up lale Tbui.v 
duy the |iroposais cotilalued in 
!• iii.uii-e Minister Kdgai Hen¬ 
son'. recent budget will 1.1 
Die subject or (list lias loll when 
llu iMiifeient e reconvenes al 
III a.in. (<Nlay 

Heonett said Thursday talks 
were very friendly" and pre¬ 
dicted a wiihIup<hi'w* confer¬ 
ence will tiegm early tiiis af- 
tern am because of "great 
progress" achieved through 
g. mhIw ill shown liy ail the pre¬ 
miers. 

Metin arc was the ma|«'r 
topic of debate Thursday af¬ 
ternoon and Heimed said die 
premiers expressed varying 
points of view Hr declined to 
elaborate. li.Avever saying 
tli«-> could Im (|ueslloiied al 
the windup press conference 
later today 

I lit* only lot nia I statement 
was released by iTemiri 
Harry Strom oi Alberta He 
.aid on the question nl medi¬ 
care "the most sensible meth¬ 
od*' for handling medical and 
hospital insurance program* 
would be tor die tederul gu* 
emineni i * "unuoiidid«4iHli> 
transfer federal funds nr tux 
mg powers to die prov inces 
Heimel l staling H.C.’a- pi mi 
don to die conference, aunt 
this pruvinoe places "great 
priority" on die inainteiiunut 
of medicare, hospital insur¬ 
ance, and social welfare as 
shared-cost programs. But lie 
warned, us lie has in (he oust, 
that to maintain these reform 
programs “o|tei ating msta 
must be kept within Hie ball¬ 
park." 

The Muoiii statement in 
favor of withdrawal of the 
federal government from such 
program appeared to be ill 
direot opposition to Bennett's 
stand. However, the BC. pre¬ 
mier would not comment fur¬ 
ther on die apparent conflict 


Premiers of Hig Three prov 
luces enter legislative build 
lugs Thursday for opening of 
tllh annual premiers* confer¬ 
ence, first ever held In Ylcto 
ria, Premier llenuett. the host, 
is flanked by Premier Robert 
Hourassu, left, of contentious 
Quebec and Premier Mtlllain 
Ibtvis of rich Ontario. Far left 
Is laiwrln Wallace, deputy 
prov Incial secretary .—(Jim 
Ryan.» 


Reform Due 
On Elections 


WASHINGTON it HU 
The I S Senate atmmved a 
sweeping Flection Reform BUI 
Thurnduy die first in near¬ 
ly half a century 
Il would set a ceding of 10 
cents per voter on the amount 
a candidate for any federal 
office can s|iend >.n any kind 
ul adverti.liig The bill would 
require full rei«orting of cam¬ 
paign coinrflituion.- and «*x- 
pt-iiditui c alii I »i Bate a si\- 
mi itiiiui liipurti.dii commit¬ 
tee tu ovc-see tlie expense 
.y .lent 


Changes 

Possible 


Premier Bennelt anniHinced Thursday the pro- 
Miit'iaJ gouM'iiineiii ib pre|iared lo consider changes 
in financing and ownership as well as the proposed 
route of a new natural gas pi|jtdine lo sei*\e Van¬ 
couver Island. 


Hie statement from Ute pre¬ 
mier’s office said six duys 
after die July 3(J deadline for 
pru|mxuls on the pq»eline proj¬ 
ect tiiat suii|ilemeidary siib- 
nuskions would l*e accepted 
up to Sept. 15 

"It lias now been indicat¬ 
ed.'' the statement said, "dial 
lower costs may lie achieved 
by modifying die financing re¬ 
quirements, and if te.islbie, 
by changing tlie route 

The changes in the basis for 
submissions including scrai»- 
ping of die original require¬ 
ment dial not less than one 
half of the oapital required 
for tlie construeiinn of die 
pi pell ne tie raised by die sale 
of shares. 

Also removed are die pn* 
v ions limitations of ownership 
of more than ‘.’5 |iei cent ■-! 
the shares l«y H.C Hydio and 
mote than U) |ier cent by anv 
individual i id/en or coi|*oi a 
lion 

Ml 'oilier sharehnldei u 
quiiemetils remain die >ame 
including dmse limiting own¬ 
ership to individual Canadian 
cituens. corporations dial ai'e 
or will become industrial <<i 
commercial consumers oi ga» 
irom die pijieliue and li > 
Hydro, will) preference being 
given to residents "I Hi dish 
Columbia. 

The stutemenk said die use 
ol a route other titan die nris'i- 
tially specified one from Wil¬ 
liams l.ake via Howell River 
to somewhere alinut hallway 
up the east coast ot Van¬ 
couver Island "appears to de¬ 
pend oil die feasibility of lav¬ 
ing and maintaining die pipe 
line across Georgia Shall 
tixun the Gtwer Mainland " 

‘ Ftiually tii)|«orlant ’ it 
added. HI depends* iqmli 
whelher such an lindci wai.-i 
i loosing will lie secure will 


minimize the danger of (mllu- 
Hon and will be conducive Lo 
good maintenance and uunti- 
nuily of service." 

Any iiixjiMisal tor a new 
route the Hennett statement 
.aid, must include "uncondi¬ 
tional and positive assurunce 
that these requirements will 
lie met. In addition, a |ier- 
fnrmance Imnd must i*e post 
ed tor die full amount of die 
cost of die underwater doss¬ 
ing and is liable to furteilure 
tor nnii-pcriormance. 


Romanian 

Tension 

Growing 


MIAN A 1 1 Hit Russia 
limit up die pressure on its 
■ nl 111 it* ally of Romania 
riiursdav. creating eastern 
l.uiopeN greatest tension 
Mini* die l*i ague Spring days 
o| Ittl.x 

Soviet, Hungarian and Cze¬ 
choslovak ti'nops manoeuveivd 
in lluiigaiy, near lUunenias 
iiocilivvehUrn border Diplo¬ 
matic .out. e. said Soviet and 
Bulgarian trno|« will manoeu¬ 
vre later (his month In Bui- 
g.nia along Koiiiaina s South¬ 
ern I .order 

I'ointoonM party leader* 
Hoiii the Warsaw Had na¬ 
tions nil in the Soviet Cri¬ 
mea Monday .md promised to 
n .lit in <nisi opportunism 
both In in die right and the 

( oiiliinied till Huge i 


Communal Flat J\o Place 
To Raise Pigs or Bees 


MOSCOW lUHD If was bad enough 
that Vastly, a pig lived in the hall of hi* 
owner's communal apartment. When Vusily 
w andered into a neighbor's room and smash¬ 
ed a |iureelain tea set, it was tixi much 
The neiglilxjr killed Vasily with a hunting 
rifle. 

Vasily’s owner. Sergei Poliv andv, look die 
neighbor to court tor "vandalism" and de¬ 
manded compensation for die dead |xtrker 
Tlie court acquitted the neighlmr, say 
tng die sitoodiig occurred during "a lit of 
passion." It scolded Polivannv "A com¬ 
munal flat is not a place for breeding pigs " 
Pravda, the Communist Party newsitapcr 
Thucsday told the tale of Vasily in an article 
criticizing Soviet communal dal dwellers 
who keep pigs, bees and rabbits lo the an 
noyance of their neighbors 


Give lot annuals i- h fine Iceltng 
Him du said. "Hut (M*ople liave no less rlghl 
t.. love and res|H.*ct Ilian die pig Vasily who 
lived in the hall 

Hruvdu said, "a communal flat Is not 
a zoo and not h tarn) tor breading animals. 
Nmglilsirs arc not e\|ierintental rabbits." 

Pravda said Moscow economist Vladimir 
I v itiknv set up liee hives on the balcony of 
his sixth Ilnur communal flat and has aiiout 
Inn non Imscs 

Terrorized citizens are afraid to go on 
their bulcotiies or to o|jen windows," i'ruvda 
said "Tlie residents often come lo work with 
faces so swollen they are difficult to rec¬ 
ognize One mutt wasn t paid fur weeks, so 
unrecognizable was his appearance." 

Complaints resulted in Fvsikuv lielng fined 
live rubles t$5.55* several times "but he 
doesn't give up Hruvda said 




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9«t(t! tf otpntft. Victoria, BC, Friday, August 6, 1971 




Qorde Hunter 

Notes to You 


When he come* here Aug. 1.1 for a 
felly of hi* Action Canada member* at the 
Empress, Paul HeUyer will be safe In the 
knowledge that Victoria la the keyatone of 
his new party. More Victoria area resident* 
have signed up with hi* party (on a |*r 
capita hiuiiai thun resident* of any other 
city. Does this mean Victorian* are more 
fed-up with the present goings-on in Ottawa 
than other Canadians? . . . 


□ 


IIAVR i>een asked what constitute* good 
> In a dally newspaper and If four letter 


I IIAVI 

taste 

words or their synonyms should he used 
freely in a daily newspa[>er. First, I think It 
should he (jointed out that most people buy a 
daily newspa|>er on the busi* that it will not 
contain embarrassing words or picture*, 
which |>ut* the Inlying on a different basis 
from that of walking into a I took store and 
(Hirchasing pornographic smut. You do that 
with lechery aforethought. Second, It doesn't 
take a literary genius to use four letter 
word* nor is u literary genius made by 
such usage. 

I know and have used, every cuss word 
Invented and have |jossibly invented a few 
of my own in blue funk anger Not however, 
In mixed company or in a daily new*pa[jer. 
I think that U.S. Journalist Walter William* 
summed it up bent wlien he wrote: "No one 
should write as a Journalist that which he 
cannot say as a gentleman." . . , 


□ 


STRAWS in the wind dept Goodyear Tire 
and Rubber Company employee* In Windsor, 
Vermont, agreed to give up scheduled wage 
Increases for the next two years In order 
to keep the shoe plant In operation. 

Obviously union member* decided to be 
partners with rattier than antagonists to, the 
management of the company and really, Isn’t 
this the way It should lie on both sides? 
Either that or perish . . . 


DR. HCOTT WALLACE il my idea of 
what a disturbing politician should be. I 
stumped for him during his election cam- 
paign and while I haven't alwaya agreed 
with his utterances since making the grade, 

1 think he has dona a pretty good Job. 

Howevah, It's about time Wallaee stopped 
crying wolf. He he* threatened numerous 
times to leave the Sootal Credit party and 
either ait as an Independent or get out 
altogether. I think M’a about time he stopped 
yakking about R and did It. Either he 
doesn’t like the Socred government or he 
doea, simple as that, becauae It la painfully 
obvious he is not going to affect changes 
from within that party. Tha doom of party 
advancement will remain shut In his case. 
Procrastination is not your style, Soott . . . 
□ 

HOME highway signs can be pretty amus¬ 
ing Like tlw one In ONo — "Road cloaed, 
do not enter. On the reverse side, "Welcome 
hack, stupid." Or the one In Pushmataha 
County, Oklahoma: "Slow, no hospital." On 
a congested Cleveland freeway: "Keep mov¬ 
ing when |H>fc«lble." A Wisconsin railroad 
crossing says: "Don’t take a 1,000-1 chance," 
and finally, the sign in Kansas CRy, Mo., 
"Many are killed by guns that aren't loaded 
and by drivers who are. . ." 

□ 

THE MADIHON Avenue approach haa 
alwaya been straightforward. If the Idea la 
good, swipe it. Last winter Imperial OU came 
out with the gimmick of Power Players— 
pictures of NHL stare that oould be picked 
up with every purchase of three bucks or 
more. The youngster* loved it and I guess 
literally thousands of dada were enjoined to 
buy Imperial. Those in the Industry say it 
was one of the greatest campaigns ever. 
Well, Chevron Standard figures if you can't 
beat 'em, Join 'em. They're coming out with 
colored pictures of the BC Lion players that 
are dandles and, I guess, the football-loving 
youngsters will be after dad to switch over 
to Chevron. 


‘I’m Almost Too Tired 
To Live ’—Tests Urged 


By «. t . THOHTEHON, Mil 

Dear Dr. The*l**on: I trust 
that someday you will write 
slKXjt tiredness. I’m almost 
too tired to live. I have been 
this way for yesrs and years. 
There is no relief. Could It l>e 
In my mind? K.D. 

Yes, It could be "In your 
mind." or It could lie physi¬ 
cal. or It could he s combina¬ 
tion of both. 

You make no mention of 
having had a blood teat to see 
whether you are anemic, or 
any of the several testa used 
to determine whether your 
thyroid or other endocrine 
glands are operating at full 
efficiency. Narcolepsy and hy¬ 
poglycemia must be consid¬ 
ered. 

Basic tests should Im the 


YOIIK 

GOOD 

HEALTH 


starting point, plus such other 
Investigations as your doctor 
may find reason to pursue 

It is, however, quite pos¬ 
sible for a physically healthy 
l«rson to l>e chronically tired 
from boredom, emotional de¬ 
pression, or similar cause. 

A person with too little to 
do, too little to Interest him, 
can fall into the habit of "Just 
sitting' " and being tired. 


The Weather 


At(i. «, 1071 

Sunny; wmda light: Thura- 
day'a precipitation nil; aun- 
shine 11 hours, 42 minutes; 
recorded high end low at Vlo 
torla 74 and 62; today's fore¬ 
cast high and low 73 and 57; 
Today’s sunrise 5:54 a.m., 
sunset R:44 p.m.; moonris* 
8:48 p.m., moonset 1:36 a.m. 
Saturday outlook: sunny. 

Fast Coast of Vancouver Is¬ 
land Sunny; winds light; 


Thursday's precipitation nil. 
recorded high and low at Ns- 
naimo 76 and 56; forecast-high 
and low 78 and 55. Saturday 
outlook: sunny. 

West Coast of Vancouver Is¬ 
land - Clear with a few 
cloudy periods; winds light; 
forecast high and low at To- 
fino 63 and 50. Saturday out¬ 
look : mostly tunny. 

North Coast Clear, a few 
cloudy periods. Saturday out¬ 
look : sunny. 


Saskatoon 
Print# Albert 
North B#ttl#ford 
Swill Currant 
Madlcina Hat 
Lsthbrlds# 

Calgary 

tdmonton 

craaprgsa 

Pent It ton 
Varnon 
RavalttoM 
Pr Incaton 
. Vantouvar 
Print# Ruosrt 
Como* 

Prints C 


r Inca Oa«rga 
Kamloooi 
Whltahoraa 


Uonlimied Irom I’aue / 


Warning Note 
To Watch Out! 


Earth-Bound Walk 


Negotiators for the Victoria and Saanich police commis¬ 
sions and unions said after a marathon all-day meeting 
Wednesday in Saanich municipal hall their recommendation 
for acceptance was unanimous. 

They also made clear tha talks aren't over — some 
fringes remain to be discussed — and there were differences 
between the Vlotnria and Saanich settlements. But the wage 
and contraot-langth points ere virtually the same, and can be 
expected toast a pattern for Esquimau and Oak Bay. 

Around the police stations Hiursday, there was some talk 
of a "no" vote at tonight's meeting. However, this observer 
heard much mors often spirited discussions of |>oasihle uses 
for retroactive pay. 

One policeman touched on a point missed by many - 
B.C. mediation officer dark Gilmour, who worked out the 
settlement plan, did so against all the odds. Virtually every¬ 
one concerned in the diapute had expected it to go to the H.C. 
Mediation Commission, which the unions dislike beoause of 
its sward In the last poUc* contract negotiations. 

Had tha commission got the Job, the unions would have 
hoyootted its meetings and hard line protests could have been 
expected. 

But Gilmour heeded that off and it probably will never be 
known how much help he got from the unions' feeling that he 
was the last hope for a fair contract and from management's 
realization that reduced revenue would continue for earn* 
time If he failed. 

If both aides approve the settlement plan, tha police 
unions are expected to start working on another campaign — 
for a Provincial Police Act putting them outside the Media¬ 
tion Act end giving them binding arbitration should any fu¬ 
ture talks brssk down. 

As for tha average guy, he would be well advised to reed 
Saturday's Colonist for the vote story. If it’s no, the roadside 
suspension and other revenue reducers can be expected In 
continue; if It's yea, drinking drivers can axpect to face a big 
bill 


Japanese Dumping 
Of TV Sets Charged 


dlan market last year. Four 
years earlier, they had about 
10 per oent of the market. 

The president of the Elec¬ 
tronic Industries Association 
of Canada, Leon Baloer, wel¬ 
comed the determination of 
dumping last month. 

He said manufacturing tele¬ 
vision sets end other elec¬ 
tronic consumer goods Is the 
basis for the whole electronics 
Industry in Canada. It had 
lost the home radio manufac¬ 
turing industry, for all prac¬ 
tical purposes, to Far East 
manufacturers. 

In Its submission to the tri¬ 
bunal, the Electronic Indus¬ 
tries Association at Japan de¬ 
nies the charges of dumping 
—- exporting of goods at 
prices substantially lower 
than those In the country of 
origin. 

The revenue department's 
investigation started last No- 


1 'i om l‘i iuv I 


their cabin of oxygen. Then, 
without oeremony or com¬ 
ment, Worden stepped out the 
cabin door-* 

Worden was anchored to the 
spacecraft by a white safety 
line as he moved cautiously 15 
feet down handrails on the 
outside, his legs and body 
floating In the vacuum. 

He looked back at Irwin, sil¬ 
houetted against the moot, 
48,000 miles behind the fleet 
spacecraft, and said: 

"Jim, you look absolutely 
fantastic against that moan 
back there " 

Tli# apace walker left the 
cabin at 8:40 a.m. POT and 
was hack in. the Job complet¬ 
ed. 18 minutes later. 

During Ilia inspections of 
the equipment lie found a 
camera that failed to retract 
properly and an Instalment 
cover that had not Jettisoned 
fully. Neither irregularity af¬ 
fected ' their performance. 
Mission Control engineers 
said. 

Television pictures beamed 
from the spacecraft allowed 
Warden working In a shadowy 
twilight, hit face obscured by 
a heavy helmet visor. 

Scientists say the film can¬ 
ister* Warden recovered will 
contain tha best hlgh-resolu- 
tion photos of the moon ever 
taken. The camera system 
was designed to map almost 
20 per cent of the kinar sur¬ 
face. including the heat ptc 
tures yet at the moon's hidden 
aide. 

Worder was the 10th man to 
enter the vacuum of outer 
space imitected only by a 
suit. All of the previous space 
walks were in Earth orbit, 
within about 100 miles from 
ground, six by American as¬ 
tronauts, three by Soviet cos¬ 
monauts. 

The Apollo 15 astronauts 
took advantage of the open 
hatch to clean out their small 
cabin. They biased out several 
bags of garbage and unneeded 
hardware before Wiwxien 
began his job. 

Mission Control awakened 


From Pace I 


shadow cast by 


the spacemen at 2:J|0 am. 
PDT Thursday with the good 
news that their spacecraft 
was streaking toward Earth 
so accurately that course cor¬ 
rection rocket bums planned 
for Thursday and today would 
not be needed. 


long space 
Earth. 

The final Apollo 16 telecast 
from space Is planned for 
12:54 p.m. PDT today. The as¬ 
tronauts will spend an hour 
answering reporters' ques¬ 
tions relayed to the spacecraft 
by Mission Control ? 


"You'r# so close to course 
we're going to give you the 
Vasco da Gama navigation 
award," said capaula com¬ 
municator Joseph Alias, re¬ 
ferring to the 15th-century 
Portuguese seafarer who was 
the first European to sail to 
India. 


Apollo 25 flashed Into ths 
gravity clutches of the Earth 
at 4 49 a m Thursday and the 
spacecraft began picking up 

s(«ed. 

Ilia homeward Journey 
began Wednesday when the 
astronauts fired the craft's 
main rocket engine for more 
than two minutes to speed out 
of lunar orbit. TYiey are sche¬ 
duled for a Pacific Ocean 
splashdown Saturday. 

Tha trio will photograph an 
ecli|iae of the sun early this 
afternoon when their space¬ 
craft will flash through the 


Floods, Wind* 
Hit* Jamboree 


Trom f’ugc I 


Romania 


When I say "too 1PU* to do,'* 

I don't mean to Imply that 
you are lazy or that you don't 
hava a normal amount of 
housework to do. 

But aside from that, what 
do you do? Where do you go? 
What interegts do you hava 
that are absorbing? How long 
since you've l»een on a trip or 
had a vacation? 

Perhaps the best test of all 
Is to ask this when some¬ 
thing comes along that raally 
Interests you, do you forget 
about being tired? 

If so, you have a clue to the 
way your mind is making you 
tlrsd. You nesd to get In¬ 
volved In things, taks on mors 
rssponsllrilities, l>e more ac¬ 
tive. And take a vacation ps- 
riodically. That oan t>e more 
Important than you know. 


left." Only Romanian Pres¬ 
ident N teniae Ceausescu did 
not attend the first time he 
has hoyaHted a communist 
summit since 1968, when he 
snd Czechoslovakia'* Alex¬ 
ander Duhcsk were left out of 
the planning that preceded 
the |>ar.t s invasion of Cze¬ 
choslovakia. 


Reports from Romania said 
the Ruaatana Asked Ceausescu 
to Join the other leaders for a 
"vacation" in the Crime* - 
and were turned down. 


vember and covered the 
period back to March 1, 1970, 
and its Information is out of 
date, says the Japanese asso¬ 
ciation. Japanese domestic 
prices have since been sub¬ 
stantially reduced. 


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Reports from Moscow said 
Ceausescu and Soviet Pre¬ 
mier Alexei N. Kosygin ex¬ 
changed sharp words during 
Ceausescu’* three-hour slop- 
over there in June, en route 
home fr«»m his controversial 
visit to (Ttina. 


The communist nations— 
this tlms with Romania In¬ 
cluded met In Bucharest 
last month to agree on a 20- 
year program to "Integrate" 
their econbmlea - a concept 
which Ceausescu has opposed, 
nut western diplomats m Bu- 
i barest said the agreement 
wsh so vague and long-term 
thut, In effect, Ceausescu 
gave hw ay nothing and left 
the other nations fuming. 


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Ths diplomats said the of- 
flelal atmosphere In Bu¬ 
charest was calm and con¬ 
fident And diplomats in the 
west agreed that the Kovlet 
pressure - so far was 
mostly psychological 



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AS AG! HI, Japan (AP» 
Japanese Roy Scout officials 
ordered the evacuation early 
Inlay of all scouts from the 
site of the 13th World Jam- 
la tree because of heavy rain 
and strong winds that con¬ 
tinued to hatter (lie area 


CHEVY 


The 23,770 boy* and their 
adult leaders were being 
moved from the camp site 91 
miles southwest of Tokyo to 
nearby schools, temples and 
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deputy chief of staff at 
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defence department an¬ 
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H# replaces MaJ -Gen. Han¬ 
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High Court Burg Ky 
From Vietnam Race 


HAIQON (CPI) — South Vietnam’, ht| 
court ruled Thuntday that Vloe-Preiddent Ng 
Cao Ky had (ailed to qualify to run aa a oand 
In the Oct. S presidential election. In oppoeltl 
President Nguyen Van TTileu. 

(Jen. Duong Van (Big) Mlnh, the only 
major contender, threatened to withdraw froi 
race following the lupR-me court’, declalou. 
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Trudeaus Find 
Perfect lor Tr; 


o 


XT ANTHONY, Nfld lOI*» 
Prime Minister Trudeau 
end lue wife Margaret spurn 
ed u waiting police esut»ri 
Thursday when they arrived 
m i this northern New 
foundland community i»'» 
hours ahead of schedule and 
walked a half-mile in chilly 
fog to vlbit th* international 
Grenfell Aboociatlon hospital. 

The Trudeau'* travelled by 
helicopter to L’Anse aux 
Meadows with Traneiiort Min¬ 
ister Don Jamieson to view 
remains of h Viking seiilc 
men! They saw excavations j 
showing citiss-seelions of the 
sod and timber hoiutm huili 
by colonists from Norse 
Greenland. C-arhon-datlng bus ! 
■I town the remaiiiH to he 
shout 1. 00(1 years old 
A planned visit to Hlan« 
XahUm, Que., was scrolled 
)*y fog' Th* Trudeaus rejoined 
jx (lie ship late in the aftemooi 
•9mid lefl for clower Br«s»k 
where they were scheduled i< 
ah ivf at 11 3(1 a.m. today 
In l.'Anse sux Meadows a: 
f , .i glance there didn't seem 


in lie much lo ii 
scattered I mines n 
tove i |Hi|>ulution 
counti lail to expl 
Trudeaus cIuas*? I 
m|mi 1 instead ol, 
Hay Cove. Sum 
Noddy Hay 
The explanation 
walk southwest . 

cove, where I 
Brook runs into 
dozen or so stia! 
lions, six of th 
iHMited figuimti 1 
are die remnants 


Labor Bill 
Battle 
Not Over 





I .ONDON (CPI I he 

Hi Mine of Commons approved 
the Conservative govern¬ 
ment's controversial strike 
control hill early lliursday | 
l nit Ihitibh laitor union* 1 
vowed to make it fail 

The measure is demgned u. i 
I lift* ttie wave of wildcat | 
strikes that has helped bring | 
me- hiitish etuNvany hi neai 
*1 agnation 

The Commons approved the 
hill by a vote of 254 Ui 21 
After eight moiiUut «jf amend 
menta. deiials and one-dav 
(inrieht strikes 

I .am year the unions forced 
Harold Wilson's labor govern 
rnent to withdraw a similai 
lull and they now have 
pledged s isilicy of non-m 
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High Court Bars Ky 
From Vietnam Race 

SAIGON (IJPI) — South Vietnam’* highmt 
court ruled Thursday Unit Vloe-Hre*ldent Nguyen 
C'«o Ky had tailed to qualify to run aa a candidate 
In the Oct. 8 praaldentlal election* In oppoalUon to 
President Nguyen Van ITiieu. 

Gen. Duong Van (Big) Mlnh, the only other 
major contender, threatened to withdraw from the 
raoe following the aupr.oiic court'a declalon. Mlnh 
acouaed Thleu of rigging the election. 


Withdrawal First—Hanoi 

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Release ‘Imaginary’ 


SatlN Sri fflK Victoria, > C , fridov. Aueuit 6, 1971 J 

Chretien Ropes 
Caribou 
While in Siberia 


PARIS (UP!) - Th# North 
Vietnamese negotiator at tiie 
Parts pcaca talk*, reaffirmed 
Thursday tiiat American war 
prisuners can return home 



Trailer Becomes Drive-In 


only after Washington fixes e 
definite troop withdrawal. 

Ha smiled ewey a Stock¬ 
holm story of a prisoner re¬ 
lease plan as imaginary. 

Tiie disputed In a Stock- 
tviim newspaper, however, 
that 183 U.S. war prisoners 
would be flown to the United 
States from Laos Aug. Ilf, 
overshadowed the 134th ses¬ 
sion of the *JH year old dead¬ 
locked talks. 

Xuan Thuy, Hanoi’s chief 
negotiator, pulled up to the in¬ 
ternational oonferenoe hall 
near tha Aroh of Triumph to 
tell newsmen waiting on tl»e 
sidewalk that wlioever “waa 
responsible for the story had 
a too-fertil# imagination." 

Whan asked by newsmen if 
Hanoi and Washington had 
had private contacta on prls 
oners, TTiuy repeated tiie 
North Vietnamese stand that 
"the only way which could 
lead to rewulta would ba for 
Mr. Nixon to give a positive 
response" to the communist 
demand for an exact with¬ 
drawal date for U.S. troops 
from Vietnam. 

Thuy did not directly deny 
die S took holm story nor tiie 
possibility of contacts outside 
die peace conference, but e 
press spokesman for the 
North Vietnamese delegation 
la ter told joumaliste Thuy 
"denied" the priaoner story 
and that there have been "no 
private eon tacts." 

In Stockholm, tha president 
of the Scandinavian Airlines 


System said Thursday an er¬ 
roneous confirmation of a 
Swedish newspaper report led 
to speculation that SAS was 
involved in a secret plan to 
airlift 187 U.S. prisoners of 
war held by North Vietnam to 
Rome. 

In its Friday editions, die 
newspaper said the plan had 
not l*en cancelled, but was 
"postponed indefinitely," ac¬ 
cording to its source. 

Knut Hagrup said that 
SAS division headquarters in 
Frankfurt, West Germany, 


was asked in the middle of 
July, by a private person who 
wanted to be incognito, about 
die possibility of operating a 
charter flight from Vientiane, 
Laos, to Rome. 

"Tha date to start opera¬ 
tions Aug. IS was pralinib 
nary," Hagrup said. 

Hagens ($fyheter, oq# of 
Sweden's most respected 
newspapers, said In die exclu¬ 
sive report quoting "confiden¬ 
tial sources" that "operation 
release" would be carried out 
next Thursday. 


MONTREAL I CP) Ihe 

Chukchi chieftain, rounding 
up a caribou herd in the tun¬ 
dra of northern Siberia, hand¬ 
ed Jcun Cl ire Lien a lasso. 

"I didn’t know what to do," 
said Canada’s northern devel¬ 
opment minister, "But l said 
I'd try. 

"I rode up close to the herd, 
threw the lasso and oaught 
one. I was damn lucky." 

That night in a tent on tiie 
frozen tundra, drinking vodka 
and eating raw fish with die 


‘Until Hysteria Diet) Down 11 


Eagle Hunter Silent 


CASPER, Wyo, (UP!) 
Wyoming rancher Herman 
Werner, cited in congressional 
testimony as having hired a 
helicopter tooni which Inmters 
sliot down an estimated 800 
eagles, is waiting tor some of 
tiie "hysteria" to settle down. 

"I’ve had quite a few re¬ 
quests to make some kind of 
comment, but I’m not going 
to until this tiling quiets down 
and people get over tiie hyste¬ 
ria of the tiling," tiie cattle 
and sheep randier said 

Wednesday. 

"Than I'm going to make a 


pretty good report on my side 
of It — what I had to do with 
it and how it concerns me and 
others — and enlighten the 
public about it." 

Werner, who is the largest 
sheepman in Wyoming, was 
named earlier tills week in 
testimony before a U.S. Sen 
ate null-committee. 

Janies Vogan, 43, of Mur¬ 
ray, Utah, told tiie senate en¬ 
vironmental appropriations 
subcommittee that nearly 800 
bald and golden eagles were 
killed Illegally from tiie air 
over Wyoming and Colorado 
since last September 


The helicopter pilot said 570 
eagles were killed over 
Wemer's ranch alone. 

Vogan testified Werner 
made at least two payments 
totalling 915,000 to the manag¬ 
er of the Buffalo Flying Ser¬ 
vice for which he once 
worked. He said the payments 
were bused on a rate of |25 
per eagle and 950 for each 
coyote. 

Earlier this week, federal 
agents discovered an undeter¬ 
mined number of eagle oar- 
c asses buried deep un¬ 
derground on public property 
near Werner's ranch. 


native tribesmen, was one of 
the highlights of Chretien's 
10,000-mile tour to flberian 
developments never before 
seen by Western officials. 

At a news conference on hi* 
arrival In Montreal Thursday. 
Chretien also told of visits to 
glunt hydroelectric develop¬ 
ments, mining operations, In¬ 
dustrial centres and oil and 
gas pipelines that provided 
his team of experts with infor¬ 
mation to help develops Cana¬ 
da's North. 

Further exchange visits by 
Canadian and Russian tech¬ 
nical experts are expected 
shortly. 

"It’s paved the way to a lot 
of future development," Chre¬ 
tien said of his trip. 

An agreement to establish a 
joint Canadian-Soviet working 
group on Arche scientific re¬ 
search was announced by 
Chretien in Mosoow. 

He also hoped for co-opera¬ 
tion on construction of hydro¬ 
electric dams on permafrost, 
building donstruction in th* 
far north, gas pipeline '’con¬ 
struction on permafrost, eul* 
tural development, special ed¬ 
ucation for nottiem people 
and transportation. 

Charles Hetherington, pres¬ 
ident of Pariarctic Oils Ltd 
and a member of Chretien * 
delegation, said two Cana¬ 
dian-Soviet working groups on 
oil and gas pipelines are 
planned and will meet "this 
fall, hopefully " 


Holiday plan* of a California coupln 
were ruined when, aa their pickup 
truck towed their trailer west lx Him I 
near Walla Walla, Wash., a car driven 
by Elwln Grey of Milton-Freewater 


literally crashed Into the trailer. 
Then, as car and trailer were towed 
as-waa into Walla Walla, the two 
vehicles caught fire.—(API 


Trudeaus Find Little Cove 
Perfect for Tracing Roots 


V 


O 


ST ANTHONY, Nfld ll!|M 
I'nme Minister Trudeau 
• nd his wife Margaret spurn¬ 
ed a waiting police escort 
Thursday when they arrived 
s i this northern New¬ 
foundland community two 
hours ahead of schedule and 
walked a half-mile in chilly 
fog to visit the International 
Grenfell Association hospital 
'ITie Trudeau's travelled by 
helicopter to L'Anse hum 
M eadows wiili Transport Min¬ 
ister Don Jamieson to view 
remains of a Viking sellle 
men I They saw excavations 
showing cross-sections of Die 
sod and timber houses built 
by colonists from Norse 
Greenland. Carbon-dating has 
ahown the remains to be 
a hunt I DOu years old 
A planned visit to Riant 
Sidilmi, <Jue , whs scrultbed 
ny fog. The Trudeaus rejoined 
the ship late in the aftemooi 
id left for Corner Hionk 
where they were scheduled In 
arrive at II 30 a.in. today 
In I.'Arise au\ Meadows s 
fist glance there dtdn t seem 


In lie much to look at The 
scattered homes III a treeless 
cove <|Mipulatlon 07 at last 
count i tail to expluin why the 
Trudeaus diu*** to visit link 
hjmiI instead of, say. nearby 
Hay Cove, SUhiIm View oi 
Noddy Hay 

The explanation iiee a short 
walk southwest of the little 
cove where Black Duck 
Brook runs into the sea A 
dozen or so shallow excava¬ 
tions. six of them recently 
rooted againsl the weather, 
are the remnants of mud-and- 


ttmber Isunes and hearths 
built alsiut I,UN) years ago by 
Viking settlers, the first of 
Luriqiean origin in what lie 
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Labor Bill 
Battle 
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LONDON ll!P» The 

House of lYinimoiis approved 
the Conservative govern¬ 
ment’s controversial strike 
control (till early Thursday 
hut British labor unions 
vowed to make it fail 

Til# measure Is designed to 
i lift* the wave of wildcat 
strikes that has helped bring 
die' lb dish economy In neai 
stagnation 

The Commons approved die 
bill by a vote of 254 to 21 
after eight months of anu'lid 
merits, debate and one-dav 
protest strikes 

l.asi year file unions forced 
Harold Wilson s lulsir govern 
men! lo withdraw a siimlai 
bill and limy now have 
pledged s policy of non-co 
•peralion which ciadd make 
tha law unworkable. 


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FRIDAY, AUGUST 0. 1*1! 


Policy Peeping Through 


■WTHETHER OR NOT THE DELICATE child of 
** Sino-Americ«n cfiplomatic union survives the 
Inevitable strains of the future, Its pale presence 
has brought the Canadian prime minister to the 
point of admitting that he will not support a two- 
China policy in the United Nations. 

Heretofore it has been left to anyone interest¬ 
ed to draw his own conclusion as to whether or not 
Canada would recognize the claims of Nationalist 
China with respect to the United Nations. Now Mr. 
Trudeau has made it perfectly clear that as far as 
he is concerned — and of course he speaks for the 
government — there is no room there for the rep¬ 
resentatives of Tafwan. 

He disclosed to interviewers in St. John’s on 
Wednesday that he had made his position known to 
the United States. Presumably he has not consid¬ 
ered it of sufficient interest to the Canadian elec¬ 
torate to take this country into his confidence 
because certainly the policy has not been spelled 
out either by him or his external affairs minister, 
Mr. Sharp. 

Still playing the part of prudence, Mr. Trudeau 
evaded the question of whether he would stand 
against the United States in any effort by Washing¬ 
ton to prevent the ousting of Nationalist China 
from the UN. 

However, he has placed the Canadian govern¬ 
ment In direct opposition to Australia on the issue. 
Canberra has stated in simple terms, leaving no 


possibility of misunderstanding, that it will use Its 
Influence and Its vote to keep the Taiwan govern¬ 
ment within the international organization; and to 
this end it is trying to enlist the support of Japan. 

It will be most interesting to watch develop¬ 
ments in this area. For if Japan decides to support 
Nationalist China and the Australian position, Can¬ 
ada will find herself in sharp disagreement not only 
with other member-nations of the Commonwealth 
but with her two greatest trading partners, the 
United States and Japan. 

Nor Will it serve to sound the trumpets in 


defence of great principles involved in supporting 
Communist China's acceptance in the United Na¬ 


tions. Principles are also involved in the abandon¬ 
ment of Nationalist China. 

Few are likely to deny the necessity for Pe¬ 
king's regime to be represented in the council of na¬ 
tions. Even the Russians have finally agreed that 
normalization of relations between China and the 
United States is a good thing — except that it Is 
motivated by anti-Soviet aims on both sides. There 
will be no opposition there to Peking’s acceptance 
at the UN, even at Taiwan's expense. 

Neither will there be any applause for Cana¬ 
da's hesitant and indecisive manoeuvi-ing. 

Mr. Trudeau, it seems, is attempting a danger¬ 
ous middle course that will almost certainly result 
in a collision with somebody. He has already lost 
the respect of friends of Taiwan. 


Spin the Recycling Wheel 


TT IS NOT THE END-ALL to the problem of gar- 
I bage disposal. But recycling Is making inroads 
to the dumps and should be encouraged at all levels 
of government. In fact, there should be greater ac¬ 
tual participation by the various administrations. 
The British Columbia government is showing the 
way along one important avenue with its purchase 
of mobile car crushers. And it may see other oppor¬ 
tunities to cut down the spoiling. But it is going to 
need assistance. 

Car compacting for refinement of the metals 
they contain is not new, of course. It has been done 
for years by commereial operators. But they re¬ 
quire quantity to slay in business. So the scattered 
wrecks don't interest them. The cost of collecting 
them is too great. 

A certain amount of collecting Is going to be 
required for Ihe provincial equipment, even though 
it will be portable so that it can travel the 
baclu oads. Here is where local governments should 
act. They might enlist the aid of community groups 
and individuals to locate the abandoned wrecks, 
and then retrieve them for the gobbler. 

The clean-up should extend beyond the edges 
of the roads. The eyesores in the parks and woods 
are just as painful, and numerous, as those in the 
open. Even in such places as Beaver Lake Park and 
John Dean there are the remains of cars marring 
the- landscape. Some sections of the Highlands are 
disaster areas, too, in this regard. 


Most of the cast-offs in the bush are in difficult 
areas, but it would be dollars well spent by local 
governments to bring them out to the crusher — 
well spent to the out-of-doors recreationists, any¬ 
way, who find their pleasures in hiking and riding 
the back roads. 

The cost of the compacting equipment (some¬ 
thing like $250,000) is high enough to demand a 
full effort at ridding the by ways as well as the 
highways of all abandoned vehicles — for that 
matter, all metal trash, including the old stoves, re¬ 
frigerators and the like that are seen in the bush. 
The investment should be protected. It is large 
enough to justify expenditures at the local level on 
collecting the junk. Ottawa participation might be 
expected, too, with areas under its jurisdiction in¬ 
cluded in the cleansing. 

Perhaps it is time, too, that governments got 
Involved further in recycling shemes. There is 
great room for expansion of the process of return¬ 
ing rubbish to useful purpose. A retired California 
research engineer announced the other day he has 
developed an economical method of turning old 
newspapers, magazines and directories into high- 
quality building bricks. It is a pressure process, like 
the car wreck recycling. It may not be as far¬ 
fetched as it sounds. Perhaps it would be worth 
investigating. Government is forever seeking new 
industry. There would be no shortage of raw ma¬ 
terial here. 


Nixon's Trip to Chirm 


The Thinking and Lack of Same 


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By WIIXIAM R. WHITE 


chatline with a wide assort¬ 
ment of |»eoplc In New Eng¬ 
land may lie said to form any 
elude, tla* United States is 
aware neither i*f ttie hojie nor 
the danger lying In President 
Nixon's projected visit with 
the lewder* of Girumunist 
China 

In all that fortnight not one 
person voluntarily mentioned 
the subject, despite the vast 
amount of publicity about it, 
and when it was broached by 
this rolumntot. the response 
whs almost always either tepid 

, quite simply, uninterested. 


Barber or banker (no butch¬ 
ers or bakers having been en¬ 
countered). it was all the 
«amc a yawn and a turn in 
the talk to other matters. 

All this, parenthetically, 
seems to have confirmed the 
finding of a recent Gallup jioll 
from a survey made imme¬ 


diately upon the president's 
dramatic announcement 
that his popularity rating 
showed no significant change 
after the fact. 

In any country In Europe a 
step so vast Hnd jiossibly so 
fateful would have been uni¬ 
versally and correctly seen as 
a delllierate "oftening to the 
left,” or appeal to left-wing 
sentiment, by the leader In¬ 
volved. The speculation of 
many observers In Washing¬ 
ton that Mr. Nixon had some 
such motive, among othei - *. 
would seem to be well off the 
mark. 

This is said because Rich¬ 
ard Nixon, agree or disagree 
with him and like him or not 
like him, has fine stfiking tac¬ 
tile quality to a degree never 
exhibited by any other na¬ 
tional politician known to me. 
TTils Is a capacity to sense 
and almost to feel. In ad¬ 


vance, the probable public re¬ 
action to any given issue. 

The assumptkm follows, 
therefore, that he was not sur¬ 
prised by the nature of the 
Gallup conclusions and that in 
this matter he was acting not 
so much almve as simply out¬ 
side domestic politics. And If 
any domestic political consid¬ 
eration were Involved, it was 
surely not any Idle presiden¬ 
tial hope that warming up to¬ 
ward Ked China would pla¬ 
cate or convert Mr. Nixon's 
liberal, and es|«cially his ul¬ 
tra-liberal. adversaries. Their 
current softening toward him 
will never last until election 
day. 

In short. even if one cannot 
accept the view that this busi¬ 
ness whs non-political in ttie 
home sense, then the most 
that can he made of it is thnt 
the president did hoj>e to 
strengthen himself among the 
political centrists of t h e 
country. 


mesfic side of this huge turn 
in American policv toward 
Communist China. What is re¬ 
ally important, anyhow, is the 
wisdom of Mr Nixon's auda¬ 
cious and extremely risky 
moral concession to Red 
CTilna, whose prison-camp so¬ 
ciety is even more frightful 
than was Russia's under Josef 
Stalin. 

Nothing so far has come to 
light to indicate that the pres¬ 
ident's gesture of open arms 
has assisted him in any mater¬ 
ial way in honorably set¬ 
tling the Vietnam war. for ex¬ 
ample though, of course, 
not more than half a dozen 
men In the United States 
know what may be going on 
in deepest privacy tietween 
Washington and Peking. 


Today in History 


■ By Ttie Cana(IImi Press 


The Welland ship canal was 
officially opened 39 years ago 
today in 1932 to beooma 
one of the busiest Inland wa¬ 
terways in the world. The 
canal links Uike Ontario by a 
series of locks with Inke 
Erie, crossing the rich Nia¬ 
gara fruit belt and mounting 
the Niagara escarpment. It is 
• ine of the major sections of 
the St I^awrence seaway 
which allows ships access to 
thV interior of North America 
from the Atlantic. 


1919 The British dirigible 
R-34 crossed the Atlantic in 39 
hours. 

1893 The Corinth Canal In 
Greece was opened 

1167 - The USS Niagara 
began laying the eastern half 
of th# trans-Atlantic telegraph 
cable; it broke five miles out 
of Vnlentia Bay, Ireland. 

1623 - Anne Hathaway died. 


This he may have done. The 
ultra-llherals are. for the mo¬ 
ment, saying and writing rela¬ 
tively kind things about him, 
all this being accompanied 
by a good deal of instant-ex¬ 
pert Journalistic analysis 
lo the effect that the Red 
Chinese are pretty good fel¬ 
lows. after all. At the same 
time, the attack opened upon 
the president from ultra-con¬ 
servatives, mainly in the Con¬ 
servative party of New York 
State Is going nowhere 
So much, then, for the do- 


TIME IS 
ON OUR 
SIDE! 





Muscling into South Africa 


France’s Ulterior Motives 


O NE of the moet significant 

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By STANLEY UYR from Cape Town 


developments in Africa 
this year is the behind-the- 
scenes role being played by 
France in promoting the idea 
of dialogue between the black 
states and South Africa. If it 
succeeds — and it is at a 
critical stage at present — it 
will help South Africa to 
break out of its isolation in 
Africa. It will also spHt black 
Africa into two antagonistic 
camps. 

The pro-dialogue camp will 
be composed largely, but not 
entirely, of French-opeaking 
states. This in itself would be 
a victory for France over the 
so-called "Anglo-Saxon" 
and anti-dialogue — camp. 


South Africa's liaison with 
France dates back to 1964 
when the United Nations 
asked its members to support 
an arms boycott of South 
Africa. Two years earlier. 
France had banned the export 
to South Africa of what it 
lermed anti-guerrilla arms 
light mortar*, automatic 
wea|x>ns. grenades, napalm 
lx imbs Hnd slow-flying air- 
• rall Rut it authorized the 
export of "war material of 
the classic type intended for 
defence against a modem 
attacker." General de Gaulle 
stuck to this policy when the 
UN voted for an arm* 
embargo and thus the new 
friendship began. 

South Africa has no need of 
light armaments. Faced with 
an international arms em¬ 
bargo. it has developed its 
own armament* production to 
a level where It can supply 
its own needs, and even 
export arms and ammunition. 
Its requirement thus is for 
aircraft, naval vessels, elec¬ 
tronic equipment and the like 
— and this is what It has 
been getting from France. 

★ a ★ 


South Africa of two super¬ 
sonic aircraft, the Mirage III 
and Mirage FI, a single- 
seater designed for high-alti¬ 
tude interception with a range 
of 2.000 miles. French techni¬ 
cians will come to South 
Africa to help with the 
aircraft's manufacture. 

South Africa is now 
France's best customer for 
armaments. But the collabor¬ 
ation will go even further. the 
two countries are to work 
closer together in the military 
field and, according to a 
report in a South African 
government publication, they 
will exchange "highly secret 
military knowledge." 

"The agreement on the 
Mirage will help to strengthen 
the ties between South Africa 
and France," the newspaper 
Die Burger has commented. 
"It is remarkable that these 
two countries, which not long 
ago knew so little about each 
other and regarded each 
other with a certain measure 
of prejudice, could build up 
such a good understanding In 


such a shorl lime. As things 
are developing now. this 
understanding can only Im¬ 
prove and assert Itself in 
increasingly more fields, to 
the advantage of both count¬ 
ries." 

In 1964. when Britain 
(under a Labor government), 
the United State* and a host 
of other countries agreed to 
impose an arms embargo 
against South Africa, South 
Africa was reluctant to ac¬ 
cept a final break with 
Britain, her traditional sup¬ 
plier for reasons both of 
logistics and politics. The act 
of political rejection implicit 
In Britain’s refusal to sell 
arms bothered South Africa 
as much as the refusal Itself. 
This Is why South Africa Is so 
anxious to see Britain's Con¬ 
servative government lift the 
ban It wants the aircraft and 
vessels but it also wants the 
symbolic act of re-acceptance 
into the Weslern community 
that the lifting of the tun 
would Imply. 

Britain Is. in fact, sending 


WATCHWORDS 
OF SUMMER 


South Africa seven Wasp 
helicopters while it looks into 
the question of lifting the 
embargo altogether. 

After 1964. South Africa and 
France quickly overcame 
their initial uneRse with each 
other, and before long trade 
was expanding, business con¬ 
nections were multiplying, 
delegations were hurrying 
back and forth; South African 
cabinet ministers were being 
entertained in Paris and vice 
versa; a French space-track¬ 
ing station was built near 
Johannesburg, an interchange 
of information on nuclear 
physics began; and South 
Africans recalled that, after 
all. they had a considerable 
French Huguenot heritage. 

The next step by France 
came In the movement 
towards dialogue Letween the 
African state* and South 
Africa. It apjiears that this 
move was Initiated in Pans 
by French government offi¬ 
cials. Hiiiited by South 
Africa's ambassador. The 
first public step was taken by 
President HouiJehhi - Boigny 
of Ihe Ivory Coast. A number 
of o t h e r French-speaking 
states in West Africa have 
Joined him In the appeal for 
dialogue, as have Madagas¬ 
car, and some F.nglish-st*eak- 
Ing staves, such as Ghana and 
Uganda and. of course, 
Malawi. 

* * * 


What Is perfectly plain, 
however, is that the Asian 
allies of the United States, 
along with Australia and New 
Zealand, have been deeply 
shaken; nnd that is all to the 
bad. But so has the Soviet 
Union on Its side; and that is 
all to the good. If the pres¬ 
ident actually goes through 
with his China visit (and It is. 
after all. iiosslhle that future 
events may change his mind), 
he must extract some genuine 
and substantial Oilnese con¬ 
cessions in return. 

If he does, he will he a na¬ 
tional hero; If lie does not. he 
will be In profound trouble, 
and so will the United States. 
This i s the immense and 
brooding enigma of today. 
CteyrlgM, 1*71, fey 


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unittd Ftatur# Syndic#!#, Inc. 


In the six years or so In 
which they have established 
themselves as suppliers of 
major armaments to South 
Africa, the French are 
reputed to have negotiated 
order* worth £200 million. On 
this shopping list have been 
Mirage fighter - b o m h e r s. 
Super Frelon helicopters and 
a large number of the smaller 
Alouette helicopters. Nord 
transport aircraft, hundreds 
of South African-built but 
French designed and engined 
Panhard cars, and three 
Daphne-class submarines. 

France has taken this col¬ 
laboration even further with 
an agreement between the 
Armaments Development and 
Production Corporation o f 
South Africa Ltd., and the 
Marcel Dassault aviation 
company of France for the 
manufacture under Hcetice in 


By FRANK LOWE 

S OME people may recall the summer of 1971 as a time wlien 
the cost of living kept going up. Others may remember 
it as the year when nobody could get a Job. 

But for Girl Watchers, It will he remembered as a vintage 
summer. 

Everything seems to combine to make this the best of all 
Girl Watching years. The blighting frost of the maxi skirt, 
predicted by many experts, failed to materialize. 

Instead, as the summer oame, the warm sun of the Hot 
Panta — and that old reliable of the Girl Watcher’s diet, the 
Mini - shone on us. quickening the heart and warming th# 
blood. 


Mind you, there were some tense moments while we waited 
for this summer's crop to blossom. 

During the long, cold winter the air was filled with disturb¬ 
ing rumors. Some people for Instance, said women were really 
a bunch of sheep and would eventually buy the maxi just 
because the fashion gods so decreed whether they liked It or 
not. 

Talk like that sent an apprehensive chill down the hack of 
every dedicated Girl Watcher. But we had faith. 

We Girl Watchers know that women are tint sheep. They 
■re beautiful people who want to dress beautifully. To this 
belief we clung as the snows swirled and even the most ex|>erl 
Girl Watcher on a frigid streA couldn't tell a lx>y from a girl. 

Then there was the rumor about Pant Suits. 

Hits report had it that girls, in revolt against the fashion 
gods, would eschew dreeaes completely. They would turn to 
panta, long pants. 

Well, this caused several emergency meetings to be con¬ 
vened by Girl Watchers. But the general consensus was that 
while this would not be perfect, we could live with it. 

A trim pent suit would at least be preferable to the dowdy 
maxi. 

* * * 


An extraordinary game of 
African power politic* is thus 
iteginning tn which France 
hopes to extend its Influence 
In Africa, and build up new 
economic, political and mili¬ 
tary liaisons. South Africa 
will benefit Immensely from 
these moves if they are 
successful, because the prin¬ 
ciple on which the dialogue 
move is founded is that South 
Africa should not he Isolated, 
hut brought Into Africa s 
general political and econ¬ 
omic traffic. If these moves 
come off. South Africa will 
have cause to feel deeply 
grateful to hpr new ally, 
France. 

OF NS — CMVflgM 


Enough 

Badgering 


From The Edmonton Journal 


PERKINS 


by John Miles 


1961-Russia's second cos¬ 
monaut, Gherman Titov, land¬ 
ed safely after 25 hours, 18 
minutes in orbit. He had com¬ 
pleted 17 circuits of the earth 
;»t a maximum altitude of 159 
miles. 


1954 Quintuplet Emilia 
Dionne, 20. died at St. Agathe 
He* Monts. Que. 

1945 The first atomic bomb 
was dropped on Xiroahima. 

1930 New York Judga Jo¬ 
seph Osier vanished. 


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So, you can understand It was with some apprehension that 
wa Girl Watchers awaited the advent of warm weather. Those 
sunny days when Girl Watohlng la more than a sport — It Is a 
way of life. 

Finally, those days arrived. And now, at about sumrher’s 
halfway point, it la safe to say that life could not be better, 
from a Girl Watcher's point of view. 

I think I oan make such a atatement with some authority 
because, man and boy, I have been a Girl Watcher for quite a 
few years. 

There Is one small problem, however. Should a Girl 
Watcher switch all his loyalties to the Hot Pants? Or should he, 
out of remembrance to past pleasures, argue that the Mini is 
still supreme? 

But one good thing - no decision has to be made at once. 
We Girl Watchers still hsve quite a few weeks to weigh the 
pro* and cons. 


You know you're in the 
boondocks when you find the 
locals doing things the way 
they’re done in the "big 
time" without really knowing 
why. 

When the NBC-TV network 
in the U.S. introduced color 
programs, it did so with 
considerable fanfare, Includ¬ 
ing its famous color peaoock 
at the beginning of each 
program. 111 # reason was that 
NBC's parent company, RCA, 
was trying to sell color 
television sets. 

Cmidi’s television net¬ 
works, without even this 
dubious excuse, likewise oame 
up with gimmicks like color 
butterflies to start programs 
and badger people with black- 
and-white seta. 

NBC this fall Is dropping 
th# peaoock, apparently hav¬ 
ing accomplished its purpose. 

We hope our yokels at least 
notice. 


Works of Lenin 

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Lead the Bible 


By DON COOK, from Parle 
The works of Leala again lead the Bible ta aamt 
translated editions around the world. 

The UN’s educational, scientific, and cultural orgi 
tton has released tta annual ladex of international tr 


followed by the Bible with X0t, Jules Verne and det 
•tery writer George fUmenoa with 1X4 each and Shnkei 
with 19X translations in the year. British children's 
Bald Blyton la next with M translated edltiowi. 

Of the greate of literature, Doatoyevaky was the 
with M tr an s l a ti on s followed by Balaae (fit), Dickens 
Mark Twain (85), Victor Hugo (44), Pushkin (44), G 
Maupassant (M), Goethe (38) and Daniel Defoe (81). 

Among modem writers, Pearl Buck was up to 70 ti 
ttona In 1940 against 00 In 1004, followed by Ernest Hi 
way (88). John Rtelaherk (47), Jean-Paul dartre (48) 
kam Green (48) and Faulkner (SX). 

Those who are also among the A# tiiont widely tmi 
authors Include Samuel Beckett, Andre Maurols, Henr 
er, Francolse Hagan and of course Plato, Homer, Af 
Cicero, Karl Marx and Mao Tae-tung 

The Hovlet Union leads all other countries In the | 
Mon of translated works by a wide margin — X.X88 tttl 
Ing 1000 . it la n country of many languages within I 
borders and pays no attention lo International copy rig! 

Germany waa next with 8,888 titles mad, sufpr 
8 pel a was In third place for the third ooaeecuttve ye 
t.787 translated titles. Then follow Italy, Japan, and th 
ed 8Utes. 


Pressures Defeat Young Am 

Thousands of! 


‘Escape’ Throi 


By BRAD O'HEARN, from New York 
Suicides among young Americans are In¬ 
creasing, according to school psychologists, 
because more and more young people find it 
exceedingly difficult to cope with the twin 
pressures of theln^ own and society's prob¬ 
lems. 

Behavioral specialists consider adoles¬ 
cent* to be generally more emotional than 
the population as a whole, and a number of 
them also think that confusing and frustrat¬ 
ing aspect* of society today so intensify those 
emotions that some young people find suicide 
to be the only way out. 


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Recent studies by Dr. Matthew Rons, as¬ 
sociate professor of psychiatry at Harvard 
University Medical School, show that suicide 
is a loading cause of death among young peo¬ 
ple. Only auto accident* claim more live* 
than suicide among college students, whose 
suicide rate is two and a half times that of 
the general population. 

And suicide is a close third among the 
15-19 age group, outranked only by auto 
deaths and cancer. There have been about 
4.000 verified suicides among young people in 
die IJ.S. each year in recent years. There has 
been a general upward trend. 

An assistant principal at Garden City high 
school, Walter Lawder, singled out the senior 
year of high school as especially critical. It is 
the first time that many student* are being 
evaulated by outsiders, he said, referring to 
die college acceptance process. Getting 
ready to leave home for college also repre¬ 
sent* a difficult period of transition for many 
youngMters, Lawder said. 


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Doctor Tries To Stop ( 

False Ecc 


By HARRY N El AON 
From I/M Angeles 


It I* not uncommon for a 
patient who has been given 
four or five prescriptions to 
price each one at the 'u£ar- 
macy and then, If his finances 
*re a llttJe low. to ask the 
pharmacist to fill only three 
or four. 

If he hapi>ens to be a heart 
patient taking certain drug*, 
thla person may be Inadver¬ 
tently signing his own death 
warrant, according to a U>s 
Angeles physician who has de¬ 
vised a new system for writ¬ 
ing prescriptions. 


tern, he may 
number of them f 
the pharmacist e 
how many the 
scribed. 

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Patterson's sys 
the doctor to pre 
five drug* on on# 
blank from a pc 


For more than 20 years, 
says Dr Richard Patterson, 
heart patients on digitalis ta 
heart stimulant drug) and an¬ 
other drug which is a diuretic 
hsve been among the moat 
numerous victima of drug-in¬ 
duced deaths. 

The reason Is not always 
because he takes too much 
digital)* hut because ht fails 
to take a third prescription, 
potassium. Patterson said. 

Often, the physician said, 
the prescription for potassium 
is the one the patient skip* 
having filled by the phar¬ 
macist, probably fully intend¬ 
ing to do so when he hHS the 
money. 

★ * * 


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Far 


But taking digitally and tha 
diuretic without tha potaailum 
can induca a heartbeat ab¬ 
normality which can kill. 

Pattarecn bdlltvw his new 
ayitem of prescription writing 
will prevent many of these 
deaths and help the patienl, 
doctor end pharmacist In 
other ways. 

Traditionally doctors use a 
separate prescription blank 
for each drug prescribed. It i* 
not uncommon for a patient to 
he given four or five at a 
time Under the present sys- 


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S<*ith Africa seven Wasp 
iielicopters while it lo<»ks into 
the (|iiestion of lifting the 
embargo altogether. 

After 1964. South Africa and 
France quickly overcame 
their initial unease with each 
other, and before king trade 
was expanding, business con¬ 
nections were multiplying, 
delegations were hurrying 
back and forth; South African 
cabinet ministers were being 
entertained in Paris and vice 
versa; ■ French space-track¬ 
ing station was built near 
Johannesburg, an Interchange 
of information on nuclear 
physics began; and South 
Africans recalled that, after 
all, they had a considerable 
French Huguenot heritage. 

Tlie next step by France 
came In the movement 
towards dialogue between the 
African states and South 
Africa. It appears that this 
move was initiated in Paris 
by French government offi¬ 
cials. assisted by South 
Africa’s ambassador. The 
first public step was taken by 
President HouphouN Boigny 
of the Ivory Coast. A number 
of n t h e r French-speaking 
■ tales In West Africa have 
joined him In the appeal for 
dialogue, as have Madagas¬ 
car. and some F.ngllsh-sjienk- 
ing states, such as Ghana and 
Uganda and, of course, 
Malawi. 


An extraordinary game of 
African power politics is thus 
beginning In which France 
hojies to extend Its influence 
In Africa, and build up new 
economic, political and mili¬ 
tary liaisons. South Africa 
will benefit Immensely from 
these moves If they are 
successful, because the prin¬ 
ciple on which the dialogue 
move Is founded is that South 
Africa should not he Isolated, 
hut brought Into Africa’s 
general political and econ¬ 
omic traffic. If these moves 
come off. South Africa will 
have cause to feel deeply 
grateful to her new ally, 
France. 

OFNt — CMVrlsM 


Enough 

Badgering 

From The Edmonton Journal 

You know you’re In the 
boondocks when you find the 
locals doing things the wsy 
they're done in the "big 
time” without really knowing 
why. 

When the NBC-TV network 
In the U.S. Introduced color 
programs, it did so with 
considerable fanfare, includ¬ 
ing its famous color peaoock 
at the beginning of each 
program. Hie reason was that 
NBC's parent company, RCA, 
was trying to sell color 
television sets. 

Canadi'i television net¬ 
works. without even this 
dubious excuse, likewise came 
up with gimmicks like color 
butterflies to start programs 
and badger people with black- 
and-white seta. 

NBC this (all Is dropping 
ths peaoock. apparently hav¬ 
ing accomplished Its purpose. 

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Future of Asia at Stake in Peking-Washmgton Dialogue 


T~ ’ i 


UN Seat\ Taiwan Side Issues 


By AARON RINFRANK 
From flatted Nation* 

Peking’s bid to join ths 
United Nations resembles in 
many respects the Chinese 
willingness to establish ties 
with Canada. 

So far, Peking has used its 
Canadian foothold in North 
America for making contacts 
with the U.S., including the 
arrangements for President 
Nixon’s visit to China. 

Likewise, the Chinese repre¬ 
sentation issue at the UN 
gives Peking greater opportu¬ 
nities than mere membership 
in s world organization that 
has been on the skids for a 
half dozen years. 


The UN question allows Pe¬ 
king to enter into a dialogue 
with Washington not only on 
the future of Taiwan, but 
eventually on the future of 
Asia. Already the Americans 
have conceded a major-point 
by abandoning the myth that 


the Ctuang Kai-shek regime 
represents all China. 

The new U.S. line stresaes 
that both Taiwan and main¬ 
land China should be repre¬ 
sented. In the opinion of some 
old UN hands, it is just a 
question of time before this 
American ploy goes down the 
drain too. 

★ * ★ 

Conceivably China could be 
in the UN this fall, but some 
UN experts feel that Peking's 
admission may take several 
years of deft negotiations be¬ 
tween China and America. 

It is reasoned here that if 
Pextng is really Interested in 
improving ties with Washing¬ 
ton. it is not h good Idea to 
kick Taiwan out of the UN on 
the eve of Nixon’s visit to 
China, especially with Nixon 
facing an election next year. 

Some UN official* believe 
that despite propaganda bar¬ 
rages, both Peking and Wash¬ 
ington will cool It until after 
November, 1972. By then, it is 


Pressures Defeat Young Americana 

Thousands of Students 
‘Escape’ Through Suicide 


Bv BRAD O’HEAftN. from New York 

Suicides among young American* are In¬ 
creasing, according to school psychologist*, 
because more and more young people find it 
exceedingly difficult to cope with the twin 
pressures of theln\ own and society's prob¬ 
lems. 

Behavioral specialists consider adoles¬ 
cent* to be generally more emotional than 
the population a* a whole, and a number of 
them also think that oonfuaing and frustrat¬ 
ing aspect* of society today so intensify those 
emotion* that some young people find suicide 
to be the only way out. 

Recent studies by Dr. Matthew Rosa, as¬ 
sociate professor of psychiatry at Harvard 
University Medical School, show that suicide 
is a leading cause of death among young peo¬ 
ple. Only auto accidents claim more lives 
than suicide among college students, whoae 
suicide rate Is two and a half times that of 
the general population. 

And suicide is a close third among the 
15-19 age group, outranked only by auto 
deaths and cancer. There have been about 
4,000 verified suicides among young people in 
the U.S. each year in recent years. There ha* 
been a general upward trend. 

An assistant principal at Garden City high 
school. Walter Lawder, singled out the seninr 
year of high school as especially critical. It is 
the first time that many students are being 
evaulated by outsiders, he said, referring to 
the college acceptance process. Getting 
ready to leave home for college alxo repre¬ 
sent* a difficult period «>f transition for many 
yxingstera, Lawder said. 


"High school students often suffer from 
extreme and persistent depression and often 
withdraw from Softool activities and done 
friends." according to one psychologist who 
has worked closely with students, Robert 
Holland, president-elect of the New York 
State Association of School Psychologists. 

"In a larger sense, they often feel that 
nothing is going right with the world." Hol¬ 
land said. "They feel that the world is doing 
lw»d things tn them and they often don’t have 
the ability that adults have of changing or 
manipulating their environment. Right now 
in our society there are no absolutes. Even 
adults are testing the value system. The kids 
are groping, hot they find nothing to believe 
In." 

Robert Wellman, a member of the Crisis 
Intervention Unit of the Smith Haven minis¬ 
tries. put It more simply; "I find prevalent 
among the kid* a terrible feeling of emp- 
tineas. of being nothing. Tbey have a feeling 
that nobody really cares.” 

Although some of the psychologists agree 
with Lawder of the Garden City high school 
staff that the senior year was especially dif¬ 
ficult. they tended to feel that psychological 
problem* spanned the entire period of adoles- 


The drive to suicide among the young, 
psychologists said, is simply an intensified 
reaction to what is referred to In the adult 
world as "future shook," an inability to cope 
with the rapid and bewildering changes tak¬ 
ing place in society today. 


generally conceded by almost 
all here, that Taiwan will 
have to go. 

★ * * 

The UN at this point in its 
history could use a shot in the 
arm. The world organization 
has precipitously declined 
from the heights it achieved 
while the late Dag IJam- 
marskold ruled. 

The big powers, particu¬ 
larly the Americans, Russians 
and French, are not particu¬ 
larly upset by the decline of 
the UN because they never 
really wanted an Independent 
world organization which 
could interfere with their re¬ 
spective nationalistic goals. 

Since the Chinese are as na¬ 
tionalistic and chauvinistic as 
anyone, it is unlikely Peking 
will behave differently from 
the oilier big powers once 
they gain admission. Besides, 
it is Ironic that any Chinese 
initiative in the UN would 
probably receive more oppoai- 
t i o n from their Soviet 
"comrades” than from the 
Western nations. 

♦ * * 

What Is really Important is 
that the U.S.-China dialogue 
over UN representation could 
result in a new balance-of- 
power situation in Asia which 
would go far beyond merely 
affecting the interests of Tai¬ 
wan. 

It might be argued that 
Chinese and American inter¬ 
ests are so divergent that a 
resumption of the Washing- ' 
t4*n-Peking entente of pre-1950 
is impossible. Yet this ar¬ 
gument forgets the feeling 
that existed between the Chin¬ 
ese and the Americans prior 
to the Korean war. 

It also forgets that while the 
Chinese and Americans have 
differences. China's problems 
with the UJ5.S.R. and Japan 
may be even greater than i 
those with the United States. | 
♦ * ★ 

After the Korean war. it 
was common practice to re- ] 
gard Asia as being divided I 
into two hostile camps, one | 
led by the Chinese and ghe 
other by the Americans. This 


two-power division was never 
really firm, as shown by the 
border fighting that erupted 
between the Chinese and the 


9 • 

Indians and between the Hhi- 
nese and the Russians. 

Nevertheless, the prime ad¬ 
versaries were the Americans 


slid the Chinese, to the extent 
that the U.S. originally regard¬ 
ed Vietnam as part of a Chi¬ 
nese ptoU 


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Doctor Tries To Stop One Drug Danger 


False Economy Can Kill 


By HARRY NELAON 
From Los Angeles 

It 1* not uncommon for a 
patient who ha* been given 
four or five prescriptions to 
price each on# at the '■phar¬ 
macy and then. If his finanre* 
are a little low. to ask the 
pharmacist to fill only three 
or four. 

If he hnp|>ens to be s heart 
patient taking cerlain drugs, 
this person may lie inadver¬ 
tently signing his own death 
warrant, according to a I .os 
Angeles physician who haa de¬ 
vised a new system for writ¬ 
ing prescription*. 


For more than 20 years, 
■ays Dr Richard Patterson, 
heart patients on digitalis (■ 
heart stimulant drug) and an¬ 
other drug which Is a diuretic 
have been among the moat 
numerous vicUms of drug-in¬ 
duced deaths. 

'the reason Is not always 
hecause he takes too much 
digitalis hut because ht fails 
to take a third prescription, 
potassium, Patterson said. 

Often, the physician said, 
the prescription for potassium 
Is the one the patient skip* 
having filled by the phar¬ 
macist, probably fully Intend¬ 
ing to do so when he hit* the 
money. 

★ * * 

But taking digitalis and the 
diuretic without the potassium 
can induce a heart-beat ab¬ 
normality which can kill. 

Patterson believe* his new 
system of prescription writing 
will prevent many of these 
deaths and help the patient, 
doctor and pharmacist In 
other ways. 

Traditionally doctors use a 
separate prescription blank 
for each drug prescribed. It ts 
not uncommon for a patient to 
be given four or five at a 
time Under the preseni sys¬ 


tem, he may have any 
number of them filled without 
the pharmacist ever knowing 
how many the doctor pre¬ 
scribed. 

★ * a 

Patterson’s system permits 
the doctor to prescribe up to 
five drugs on one prescription 
blank from a pad which re¬ 


sembles s chequebook and is 
printed on cheque paper 
Because all the prescrip¬ 
tions are on one form, the 
pharmacist knows what com¬ 
bination of drugs the doctor 
has ordered and is In a better 
ixwition to use his knowledge 
of drug interactions to pre¬ 
vent side effects. 


Astronaut Lingo 
Far Out as Space 

By NICHOLAS CHRIM, from Houston, Texas 

The Apollo 15 astroaauta spotted some ■•symmetrical 
dimethyl hydrastne this week. It waa reported. Mission Goa- 
trot warned that K waa hypergollr. The eveat reportedly oc¬ 
curred la aeropauaa. near the aerothermodynamlc border 
aad at aa aaomatlstic period. 

Everyone knows lb* people In the space program march 
to a different drumbeat than the rent of the world. This In 
moat rendUy seen In their language. It la like ao other 
because It Is computerised, made up of atraage-nouadlng 
words with obscure meanings la a highly technical world that 
few people understand. 

The people are ebeenre too. When the American* first get 
their hands on Hern her von Braun and naked him about hla 
V-t rockets, he smiled and said, "Why don’t you talk to Dr. 
Robert Goddard?” Aa It turned oat, Goddard was an Ameri¬ 
can, unknown In bin own country, the father of rocketry, a 
man who was accused of trying to perpetrate a fraud when 
ho said rockets could travel ta a vacuum. 

The language bit may bo one reason why people find the 
spare program hard to understand. And that’s understanda¬ 
ble. , 

Uasymmetrical dimethyl hydraalae Is a component of 
fuel. Hypergollr means It I* self-igniting. Aeropauae Is not 
something you get when you pana the age of 4S, rather It Is 
the boundary between denser atmosphere and space. The 
aerothermodynamlc border In the portion of the atmosphere 
whleh is too thin to generate much heat. 

An anomalistic period Is the time between n spacecraft’s 
arrival at perigee In one orbit and perigee on the next. And 
everyone should know by now what a perigee Is. 


Also, the patient is prevent¬ 
ed from ’playing doctor" by 
withholding one or more of 
the prescriptions the doctor 
has given him. 


The physician says the 
chequebook format and sirs 
make it more conducive for 
the doctor to outwit drug 
abusers by carrying the pad 
in his iiocket rather than 
leave the pads lying around 
the examining room. Also, 
each form is numbered serial¬ 
ly and In addition has mag¬ 
netic bank Ink number* which 
can be read by a computer. 

These features make It pos¬ 
sible to keep track of each In¬ 
dividual prescription in a far 
more effective manner, he 
said They also enable the 
pharmacist to keep a "drug 
profile” for each individual. 


With the new system. If the 
patient says he does not have 
enough money for all the pre¬ 
scriptions. there can be a 
communication between the 
patient, pharmacist and phy¬ 
sician so the patient does not 
have tn endanger himself, 
Patterson said. 


Briton Sails 
Arctic Alone 

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Into Prudhoe Bay on Alaska's 
north coast Tuesday after a 
180-mlle two-day voyage from 
Barrow in his attempt to 
become the first person to 
sail the Northwest PPassage 
alone. 

The 25-y Mr-old English 
sailor was ahead of schedule 
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Discovery of Cobra 
Ends Town’s Terror 


TEL AVIV - Assistant UJ. 
secretary of state Joseph 
llaeo said "no decisive 
breakthroughs" were 

achieved in hie talks with 
Israeli leaders toward nar¬ 
rowing the gap with Egypt on 
reopening the Sum Cana* 
under an interim peaee agree¬ 
ment 

He told newsmen he had ex¬ 
pected none when he came to 
Israel last Wednesday. It was 
the first official word on the 
outcome of the four rounds of 
talks Sisco held with Prime 
Minister Gold* Metr and her 
top aides. 

Sisco, who leaves for Wash¬ 
ington today, said the United 
States will oonUnue its efforts 
toward breaking the deadlock 
between Cairo and Jerusalem 
on the Suez Canal and avert¬ 
ing the threat of renewed war 
in the Middle East. 

□ 

HOLLYWOOD — Actress 
•1111 Ireland gave birth 
Wednesday to a seven and 
one-half pound baby girl at 
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. 
Miss Ireland and her hus¬ 
band, actor Charles Rroiiaon, 
have three other children, all 
boys 

□ 

BATON ROUGE. La. Ed¬ 
ward Elsey, 22. of Zaohary, 
La., stop|>ed for speeding and 
given a ticket by s policemen, 
bit the patrolman’s hand. The 
policeman, Joha Womack, 
whacked Elsey on the head 
with the butt of his revolver 
and authorities charged Elsey 




Molr 


Ireland 


Smallwood 

Reign 

Attacked 


ST. JOHN’S Nfld. (CP) — A 
former member of Premier 
Smallwood's cabinet says 
Smallwood's government is 
eorrupt, incompetent, dicta¬ 
torial and snuggling to retain 
power for the sake of power. 

John Crosbie, who switched 
fpom the liberal government 
qf Smallwood to the Conserva¬ 
tive opposition in 1968, ac¬ 
cused the premier of being 
"dictated now by megalo¬ 
mania by egotism." 

Crosbie said: "This is a 
classic case of a man who 
Just will not give up; you 
know, who has been in power 
a long time but can’t let it 
*>’ 


with aggravated battery on an 
officer, attempted aggravated 
assault on an officer, escape, 
damage to property, resisting 
arrest, speeding, driving with¬ 
out a licence and driving 
while his license was revoked. 
□ 

PRETORIA An African 
witness told the supreme 
court she made public state¬ 
ments about e banned African 
nationalist group on the 
strength of s police promise 
she would not be prosecuted 
for her connection with the or¬ 
ganization. "There was no 
other way out," Mr*. Aline 
Ndala said in testimony at the 
trial of the Anglican Dean of 
Johannesburg, Very Rev. 
(ienvllie ftrench-Be>Uf(h 
□ 

BOSTON — Dr. Daniel Ella- 
harg, who admits leaking the 
top secret Pentagon Papers to 
the press, has been ordered to 
appear (or trial In California 
on charges of illegal [ineses- 


sion and distribution of the 47- 
volume study of the Vietnam 
war. w 

□ 

ST LOUIS, Mo Huy 
Mudd hung up hit straight 
razor at noon Thursday after 
38 continuous hours of shaving 
and claiming he had es¬ 
tablished an endurance record 
for shaving because English 
barber Gerry Harley had de¬ 
faulted in their cuntest by 
using a safety razor. 

□ 

COWES, Die of Wight 
Prior® Philip finished third in 
the Cowea Town Regatta 
Thurday and won a prize of 
19. He was at the helm of 
Darling, a yacht owned by Sir 
Kenneth Preetoe and John 
Raymond of the Royal Yacht 

a 

WASHINGTON - Opposi- 
tion leader Robert Stanfield 
met for half an hour Thurs¬ 
day with U.S. State Secretary 


WUlUun Roger*, then left for 
home on a regular commer¬ 
cial flight to Toronto and Ot- 
t a w a . Stanfield briefed 
Rogers an statements made to 
him in Peking by senior Com¬ 
munist Chinese officials. 

□ 

SODA SPRINGS. Calif. - 
Forty searchers scoured this 
timbered Sierra area Thurs- 
dsy for a 13-year-old hoy too 
mentally retarded to call for 
help. The boy, I Jena Oouper, 
who can only speak his name 
and utter smell, groaning 
sounds, was described as s 
chronic sleeper with the men¬ 
tality of s five-year-old. 

□ 

GEORGETOWN, Guyana - 
The 50-year-old director of the 
newly-nationalized Guyana 
Bauxite Cb. was stabbed to 
death by two bandits Wednes¬ 
day night on a deserted road 
Czechoslovak-born Olds 
Vrany was the industrial engi¬ 
neer attached to the Guyana 
Development Corporation 
□ 

TRAIL — A nine-year-old 
boy who suffered serious head 
injuries in a fell was declared 
dead at hoapital, then revived 
moments later. Grant Hand 
ley struck his head on a con¬ 
crete apron around a swim¬ 
ming pool in Trail Wednesday 
when he fell from a three- 
metre diving board. Ha was 
listed in critical condition 


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GENEVA The United 
States and the Soviet Union 
moved another step forward 
in the "era of negotiation" 
Thursday when they tabled at 
the UN disarmament commit¬ 
tee the texts of an agreed 
draft to banish germ weapons 
and the threat uf germ war¬ 
fare front the world. 

The chief negotiator* for 
both nations — Ambassador 
James Leonard of the United 
States and Ambassador Alexis 
Roschin of the Soviet Union - 
hailed (he "special signifi¬ 
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All the past measures which 


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armament measure," Leonard 
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md.mng (ho bock to 46 Inchli And making the 


Co rtina 4-d oor totato Wogm. K M s ts w SEA os. A 
e* atoraao spar* when the row loot la taMod date,. 


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inside wider. 

There’s more room in the rear, end the beck seat 
passengers sit ahead of the rear axte tor a more 
comfortable ride. 

And the trunk, 12 cubic feet with new, easier 
low level loading 


A 2 litre Overhead Cemeheft angina n standard. 
It has bean skillfully modified to grve you more 
powar without increasing gas consumption It 
pecks a 100 horsepower 
And lor thoee who wish lee* get up and ae a 
1*00 cc OHV engine ie a p Qo n eL 


A luf i 


A 1st am (tap 


Feda resistant power front <*» brake* are standard. 
There * mtntmal effort m bringing toe car to a 
teat stop 

The rear dram b ra ke s have ae sftdk« oyAadert 
er shoe anchors Ie go ewonf. And the wnote Dual 
Une Brake lytS im k seabed egasnet dot and water. 


Cortina gives you a higher degree of c omfort than 
you'd aspect to find on an import 
The front bucket seats are fully reclining, lhey 
have bean scientifically designed to give firmer 
lumbar and lateral support. This fixes you firmly 
in the seat leaving you more relaxed. Lengthy 
journeys somehow seem shorter 
Instruments are located conveniently mthm 
easy reach 

1 h. headlining I, perforated for aodndabsorption, 
kfop-pil* aaspdUns tilled throughout, grab handles 
ate tor your conmnlenca ami than'I inn a 


Sanrto |utt utuut i w fi kn 

Throughout Canada there ere Mercury end Feed 
dealers ready to grve you any service you may 
require. Each one will honour your warranty. 

This might not mean much to you between kerne 
and office But we find moat people like to trweT 
around In Cortinas. And it’# nice to know w e he 
thera if you naed us. 

And you'll ba pi a a sad to hear Cortina to c 

to run 6,000 miles between seme 
yoor first check up. 


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The 101.5 ms loam a* 


Cortina comes as a complete car. It has bwftt m 
standard features others offer as options. Like 
(tower front disc brakes, electric rear window 
defroster, cigarette lighter, reclining bucket eeeta, 
full carpeting and the 2 litre OMC engine. 

We haven’t mentioned the low price. IT* right 
there at the bottom of this advertreemewL Wehw 
proud of that, too. 


The front Short end Long arm Suepenekm pksee 
Stabilizer Bar provide* a quieter nda end 
improved handling. , 

Rack end-pinion steering which offers quick, 
precise maneuverability is standard 
At the rear the traditional leaf springs era 
replaced by a 4 bar link syelem which improves 
the nda 

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Stage Whisper* 


Recital To C 
Five-Week S 


By BERT BINNY 

When your birthday rolls 
around, It Is usually you who 
ara entertained. 

However — this year any¬ 
way — the reverse is the case 
with Miss Lori Galway uf Cal* 
gary. 

Lori celebrates her seventh 
birthday today ami she is 
scheduled to appear in the re¬ 
cital program staged by the 
Victoria Summer School of 
Music. A musical pluralist. 
Iziri studies both violin and 
piano. 

Hie program starts at 8:15 
p.m. at Newoombe Auditori¬ 
um and the performers in¬ 
clude four members of the 
Portland junior symphony or¬ 
chestra, cellist Mary Craw¬ 
ford and Rebecoa Parker, vio¬ 
list Kathy Simmons and vio¬ 
linist Rebecca Utter. 

Joy Crawford, who is oun¬ 
ce rt mistress of the Calgary 
Youth orchestra, will also be 
heard along with pianists 
Della Stanley of New Bruns¬ 
wick and Laurie Fumagalll of 
Crow’s Nest Pass, Alt*., vio¬ 
linist Allison Ryles of Bran¬ 
don, Man., and Victoria pian¬ 
ist Christopher Thom. 

The school's string orches¬ 
tra will offer works of Bach, 


Mendelssohn and H 
Sand by. 

The concert climaxei 
weeks of study by youn 
siclans from Portland, 1 
and Vancouver, Wast 
well as from all across 
da. 

Directed by Clayton 
(strings) and Dorothy 
nam (piano), (he sch 
now completing it* ninti 
of operation. 

Concert tickets are 
able at Western Musi 
the Hall- Fairfield M 
Centre as well as at the 


Bastion Children's . 1 
reports attendance a 
Popcorn Man and Ti 
Island sa averaging 
270 per show for the 
shows, approximate! 
same as in 1970. 

Show times continu 
p.m. in Bastion Squan 
p.m. in Centennial .Sc 
with The Popcorn M 
pearing Mondays, 1 
days and Fridays an 
sure Island on Ti 
Thursdays and 8aturdi 
This schedule is, h 
not completely inflexit 
On Saturday, Aug. 2 
sure Island is at the 
Shopping Centre at 11 


PROVINCIAL 


A 20 year-old Victorian who 
had his trial moved out of one 
section of Victoria Provincial 
Court liecause he was 
"stoned” on drugs appeared 
Thursday in the other section 
and was found guilty on a 
charge of theft Involving more 
than (50 and sentenced to six 
months in jail. 

The young man, James' 
George Multer of 1414 Hill¬ 
side, was convicted and sen¬ 
tenced by Judge Edmond 
Jorre de St. Jorre following a 
trial on a charge of stealing a 
$399 handmade guitar July 7 
from an acquaintance who 
lived at 1008 Hillside. 

The trial had started July 
28 iiefore Judge William 
(Jetler in the other court sec¬ 
tion, but he stopped it before 
the first witness left the 
stand, on the ground* Multer 
appeared under the Influence 
of drugs. 

Next day, Ostler decided 
the trial should start again 


and disqualified hin 
cause he had heard 
the evidence After 
viction Wednesday, 
ordered withdrawal > 
ond count of pnesessi 
stolen guitar 


□ 


In Ostler’s court 
fines totalling $500 wi 
against Derrick Geoi 
23, of 743 Vancou 
pleaded guilty to a 
Co I wood RCMP c 
driving with a bio 
reading of more thi 
cent and failing to 
an accident acene. 

Prosecutor John 
said the charge fo 
incident late Wedn 
Sooke Hoad near ( 
Road In which Si 
went into a ditch 
over several posts 
parked car in a 
The fines were $25 
count and Ostler ari 


Oak Bay Watchdog 

Park People Un 


A group of 75 Oak Bay resi¬ 
dents living in the Windsor 
Park area met Wednesday 


Marine 

Calendar 


HMC| Chaudlere. Oriole. Ge 
tjneeu. Tarr# Nova. Porta Quebec, 
Fundy. Cowichan, Yukon, Mackan 
xla, Qu'Appalla, Provldar — ‘ 

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Rainbow 


al graving 


Pearl Hat__ 

CNAV Laymora In port 
CNAV Endaavour al ta 
turn* Aug I 

COAST GUARD 


and designated a 
make suggestions 
pal council and plat 

A major topic w 
by a Vancouver d* 
construct two 
towers on a block 
the park. 

The group is con- 
the problem of s 
cleaning up Oak H 
and the develo|«ne 
Ixirhood facilities. 

Next np eting vi 
p.m. Sept. 9 in Wl 
pavilion, with 
meetings planned < 
location on the fir 
of each month. 


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Sir Jtmaa Dot 


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Raady Dixon Entrance patrol 


Camaall — watlarn approach to 
llmpaon Strait 
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Port A"' 

Nanaimo — orlantal Sky. 

C ration — MaiBanfa. 

Cowichan tay — Wakaoaen 
Choyo Maru, Evgrfglm, 
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Sanyo Maru, Pacific Logear. 
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ALL SALKS FINAL 
|OI*EN WEDNESDAYS • 


751 FORT ST. 


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lore of h. 

Im. 4 door totolo WogM. N (oot*roo AX ML A 
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ughout Conodo thoro wo Mercury and Few* 

«,» ready to give you ony aervree you me■ 
hire Each one will honour your warranty. 

Bria might not mean much to you between taome 
1 dthce. But we find moat people Ilka to travel 
kind In Cortlnae. And It’a nice to know wet* 

|e it you need ue. 

1 P'eee** •» bee* Corttw. la itiMmril 

i 6.000 mllae between urwi tnterrele attar 

r first check-up. 

Moro for v«w n oty 

> cornea ee a complete car. It hat bunt ar 
ndard features olhera offer as oplions. Like 
ver front disc brakes, electric rear window 
■rosier, cigarette lighter, reclining bucket eaala, 
1 carpeting and the 2 litre OMC engine. 

Wa haven't mentioned the low price. ft*e right 
• •' the bottom of Una advertreewsent. Wafa 
I ofttiet, loo. 


Coruna L Lakate 1 


348 . 

r«r’« tuggogtod retail price, P.0,E„ Cortina L — 

• 2-lltre OHC angina. Not including distribution and 
eperatlwi and conditioning chargee, gas, license er Pro 

cury and taiadad Ford daoian 


Stage Whisper*? 

Recital To Complete 
Five-Week Studies 


By BERT BINNY 

Whan your birthday roila 
around, it ia uaually you who 
*ra antertalned. 

How*ver — this year any¬ 
way the reverse ia the case 
with Mist Lori Galway of Cal¬ 
gary. 

Lori celebrates her seventh 
birthday today and she ia 
scheduled to appear in the re¬ 
cital program staged by the 
Victoria Summer .School of 
Mualc. A musical pluralist, 
14»rl studies both violin and 
piano. 

The program alarta at 8:15 
pm. at Newoombe Auditori¬ 
um and the performera in¬ 
clude four members of the 
Portland junior aymphony or¬ 
chestra, cellist Mary Craw¬ 
ford and Rebecoa Parker, vio¬ 
list Kathy Simmons and vio¬ 
linist Rebecca Utter. 

Joy Crawford, who is con¬ 
cert mistress of the Calgary 
Youth orchestra, will also lie 
heard along with pianists 
Della Stanley of New Bruns¬ 
wick and Laurie Fumagalli of 
Crow'a Nest Pass, Alta., vio¬ 
linist Allison Ryles of Bran¬ 
don, Man., and Victoria pian¬ 
ist Christopher Thom. 

The school's string orches¬ 
tra will offer work* of Bach, 


Mendelssohn and Herman 
Sand by. 

The concert climaxes five 
weeks of study by young mu¬ 
sicians from Portland, Seattle 
and Vancouver, Wash., as 
well as from all across Cana¬ 
da. 

Directed by Clayton Hara 
(strings) and Dorothy Swel- 
nam (piano), the school ia 
now completing its ninth year 
of operation. 

Concert tickets are avail¬ 
able at Western Mualc and 
Ihe Hall-Fairfield Music 
Centre as well as at the door. 


Bastion Children's Theatre 
reports attendance at The 
Popcorn Man and Treasure 
Island as averaging around 
270 j>er show for the first 34 
shows, approximately the 
same as in 1970. 

Show times continue at 1 
p.m. in Bastion Square and 3 
p.m. in Centennial Square 
with The Popcorn Man ap¬ 
pearing Mondays, Wednes¬ 
days and Fridays and Trea¬ 
sure Island on Tuesdays, 
Thursdays and Saturdays. 

Tills schedule Is, however, 
not completely inflexible. 

On Saturday, Aug. 21, Trea¬ 
sure Island Is at the Hillside 
Shopping Centre at 11 ;30 a.in. 


and back to Centennial 
Square at 3 p.m. 

The following Saturday, 
Aug. 28, the Treasure Island 
performance in Bastion 
Square is at 12:30 p.m. with 
The Popcorn Man turning up 
at Mayfair Shopping Centre at 
2:30 p.m. 

And these, by the way, are 
the last performances for 
1971. 


Bathtub Race 
Draws Praise 

NANAIMO - The Loyal 
Nanaimo Bathtub Society and 
the city of Nanaimo have 
been congratulated by the 
provincial travel Industry de¬ 
partment for “the tremendous 
job you have done In (Hitting 
Nanaimo on the map with the 
bathtub race." 

Deputy Minister 'Ron Wor¬ 
ley said 3,000 feet of film has 
been sent to Disney studios to 
he included in the film People 
Having Fun. 

The Disney film will have 
worldwide distribution and the 
footage on the bathtub race 
will also be added to an 
official government film. 


PROVINCIAL COURT 


A 20-year-old Victorian who 
bad hia trial moved out of one 
section of Victoria Provincial 
Court tiecause he was 
"stoned" on drugs appeared 
Thursday in the other section 
and was found guilty on a 
charge of theft involving more 
than $50 and sentenced to six 
months in jail. 

The young man, James 
George Mutter of 1414 Hill¬ 
side, was ounvicted and sen- 
fenced by Judge Edmond 
Jorre de St. Jorre following a 
trial on a charge of stealing a 
1399 handmade guitar July 7 
from an acquaintance who 
lived at 1008 Hillside. 

The trial had started July 
28 before Judge William 
Ostler in the other court sec¬ 
tion, but he stopped it before 
the first witness left the 
stand, on the grounds Mutter 
apiteared under the Influence 
of drugs 

Next day, Ostler decided 
the trial should start again 


and disqualified himself be¬ 
cause he had heard part of 
the evidence After the con¬ 
viction Wednesday, St. Jorre 
ordered withdrawal of a sec¬ 
ond count of possession of the 
stolen guitar 

□ 

In Ostler's court section, 
fines totalimg $500 were levied 
against Derrick George Siska, 
23, of 743 Vancouver, who 
pleaded guilty to a two-count 
Cnlwond RCMP charge of 
driving with a hlood-alcotal 
reading of more than .08 per 
cent and falling to remain at 
an accident acena. 

Prosecutor John MacIntyre 
said the charge followed an 
incident late Wednesday on 
Sooke Road new Glen Lake 
Road In which Siska's car 
went into a ditch, knocked 
over several posts and hit a 
parked car in a driveway. 
The fines were $250 on each 
count and Ostler added a six- 


Oak Bay Watchdog 

Park People Unite 


A group of 75 Oak Bay resi¬ 
dents living in the Windsor 
Park area met Wednesday 


Marine 

Calendar 


IJnMu. Terre Nova. Porta Quebec, 
Pundy, fowkhan, Yukon, Markon 
xla. Qu'Appalla, Providar In 
port. 

HMCS Thundar, Chalaur, Mlraml 
dll, Chignacto, Port da la Rain* 
at MsMla 

HMCS Rainbow at graving 

It. Croix, Columbia al 
Paarl Harbor raturn Aug 25 
CNAV Laymora In port 
CNAV Endaavour al mi, re¬ 
turn! Aug. I. 

COAST GUARD 

Quadra an route Station Papa 
flecar - Gull lilandt patrol area 
Ready Dixon Entrance patrol 

f- 

Strait 

Camaall — 

Simpson Strait 
.Vancot 


and designated a group to 
make suggestions to munici¬ 
pal council and planners 

A major topic was the hid 
hy a Vancouver developer to 
construct two nine-storey 
towers on a block overlooking 
lite park 

The group is concerned with 
the problem of spot zoning, 
cleaning up Oak Ray beaches 
and the develofanent of neigh- 
Itorhood facilities. 

Next njeeting will lie al 7 
p.m. Sept, 0 in Windsor Park 
pavilion, with subsequent 
meetings planned al the same 
location on the find Thursday 
of each month. 


month driving han on the first 
count. 

□ 

William Charles Enderland, 
20, of Bentonville, Ark., a 
crew member of a 11.43. war¬ 
ship which left Victoria 
Thursday after a visit, was 
fined $15 and Instructed to 
pay B.C. Telejitane $10.45. 

He pleaded guilty to a 
charge of wilful damage In¬ 
volving less than $50 rip¬ 
ping a phone from a wall lata 
Wednesday in a downtown 
Victoria hotel lounge when the 
manager tried to phone po¬ 
lice. 

Ostler determiner En- 
derland had t>een drinking 
and said tie would set a fine 
for "a matter of intoxication” 
because he felt Enderland 
would i»e punished severely hy 
the II S. navy, his ship tiaving 
left without him. 

□ 

Lawrence Aloysios Short, 
44. of 80 Dallas, was fined $75 
and ordered to pay B.C. Tele¬ 
phone $10.45 after he pleaded 
guilty to a similar charge of 
wilful damage involving less 
than $50 

MacIntyre said Short ripped 
out a public phone early 
Tliursday in the 100-block 
Dallas during a domestic dis- 
IMite. Ostler said Start's con¬ 
duct was "wilful, malicious, 
stupid." 

□ 

In traffic court, St. Jorre 
•el a $350 fine and a six- 
month driving han for Tony 
Anlal Erdos, 36, of 25-B Jed- 
hurgh, who pleaded guilty to 
a charge of im[iaired driving 
May 30 in the Colwood area 


Dill 


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Pori Albarnl -HR MacMillan. 
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Price, Ih. DO 

Cool refreshing Scotch mints with soft 
centres. 1 lb 


49 * 

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BbNM WHEW. Victoria, B.C, Friday, August 6 , 1971 

I Shop Thursday and 

Friday Nights 'til 9 p,m. 

r » it'-, u y. . S i , . . r :• ;\t K 44 I 

Values for Outdoor Living 





f. 



Oanvat 
Camp Oot 


So handy for camp or 
patio. Tubular alumi¬ 
num 3-way cot with 
aturdy, ooiorful canvas 
cover. Folds down for 
easy storage. 

SALK FRICK 



■ fc<s aa» » .A ^»ui > ai . iX n t s a ■ ■■■ -- ■ -*.*aw.-. ••■■«aB 

SALE! Pack bag and frnnii 



Tots-a-tot carrier 

Ideal for toting little ones . . , 
around home, or away from 
home. Strong canvas or alumi¬ 
num frame. A.M 

BALK PRICK ..... O 


Lightweight and sturdy . . , great 
for outdoor treks . . . camping or 
hiking. Aluminum frame, padded 
shoulder straps, 5 spacious pockets, 
tum buckle adjustments on back 
and waist strap. Red 
canvas covering. 

HALE 
FRICK 


Ona-man Nylon Tint 


18 


Easy to carry and set up ... a nylon 
tent with built-in floor. One zippered 
window with nylon mesh netting. 

Two-piece aluminum pole. Approx. 

2'/ 4 -lb. weight. SALK PRICE 

Woodward’, *|>ortlO( Good,. Main Moor 


11 


Shop in 
Air- 

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Comfort 


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SIZE 


3 


WOODWARD’S 
Safety Balt 
140 Whitewall 
Tire SALE! 


Combination of Fiberglaa 
and Polyester for more 
mileage, smoother ride. 
Bias-angled Polyester cord 
almost ellminutes impact 
breaks. Safety belt of fi- 
lierglas is bonded to tread 
to resist "Tire aquirm”. 

HALE PRICK 
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TO FIT Installed 



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E78xl4 

Compact* 

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F78xl4 

Popular Ford, Chev., 

1 28.88 

F78xl5 

Plymouth, Pontiac 

078x14 

078x15 

Station Wagon* 

1 30.88 

H78xl4 

H78xl5 

Larger Car* 

1 32.88 


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iuong life heavy gauge 
steel, quality equal to ori¬ 
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Chev, Pontiac. II 

BALE PRICE from V 

Other models at similar 
savings. inaUllatinn extra 
hy appointment ia our ser¬ 
vice centres. 


Leopard Print 
Oar Blnnkoto 

Sporty and colorful leopard 
print blankets in black and 
white. Ideal for car 
covers, sports or picnics. 

BALE PRICE, each 

Woodward’s Auto Accessories 


3 


Wheel Alignment and Front-End Cheek 

Stop fighting your steering wheel, let us align your wheels 
to factory-specifications. Save your fifes, your energy 
ensure ymir safety. Stop In for a complete front-end 
check, by appointment. PBiCJE . 

Woodward’s Automotive Dept, mad Service Centre 


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Enjoy 184 sq. inches of viewing on this beautiful Electrohome TV. 
Features: 

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e Advanced solid state circuitry for ultra high frequency reception. 
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Toronto Industrials 


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V — 1 


314 3'A 


7% 


Block Broa 


Bowa* 

Bow Val 

Bov la Cor 


Braacan 
Brdg Tan 


119% 19% 19*4 


: Pack B 


313% 13% 13<A 


+ % 


Ph 4 pr 25 117 

:Ptl 4% p (20 345 45 45 

:Ph 4% p US 857% 57% 57% 

Ptl 3*4 p 35 873 73 73 -3 

““ •*' 100 117% 17% 17% 

200 125% 25*4 23% 

>300 87% “• “ 

14. 


Falcoi 

Faor.i 

Ford Cnda 
F Staton, 
Fraaar 

Fralman 
Gai Matr 
Gai 5.40 p 
Gdn Mang 
Gan Baker 
Gan Dittrb 

Eanatar L 
Gnalar L w 
Glendale 
Glengalr 
Gleng B p 
Olang a w 


17% 

37% __ 
iJ3 15% 5% 3% 

3393 391% 90% 90%—lk 
3300 37% 7% 7% 

400 814% 14 14—1* 

300 105 103 1£S^ — I 


>4 339*4 99% 

31 ft. ft 

344 


311% fjtt 8% — 

arJFJF 

35*4 *34 134 + 


- * 


2420 

8 344 33 33 

33% 3% 3% 
1400 335 310 300 
700 117% 17% 17% 

134 370 70 70 

400 311% 11 11' 

366 333 300 


% 


% + % 


Hawker pr 
Hadway C 
Home A 


1® iTiTiit Noma B 

1200 34% 394 394 
700 75 70 70 + 20 

111% 13 13 - % 

313% 111* 13%-% 

817% 17% 17% 


Hunter 

Huron 

Hwjky 


K 

G pr 143 

t a 


Imy O 
ndat Can 
Ind'jam In 


jnjanjj £*• 

Intr Cty V w 

IBM 

IMC 

I Nickel 
Int utli 
Inf Dlv 
• 

Int Pip# w 
Intpr Steal 
Intpr Stl pr 
Inv Grp A 
Inv Grp 5 p 
Irwin Toy 
ITL ind 
ivaco Ind 
• WC Ind 


125 


310 10 10 

811 11 11 
(14% 141* 14% — % 

(10% 10% 10% — % 

442 312% 12% 12% - % 

TOO 31494 14% 14% — % 

322 (334 334 334— % 
130 303 JM 303 +lf 
+1*4 
5 


47344 

7104 


Mfi 290 JW +1 

|h aslar 

” “ »2 +i_ 


190 190 190 


ras x 

TO 14* 


330 MO 


GNGa, A p 
Gt Wait Int 
Gt Wait 3 


10 81! 

1400 111% 11% 
300 13% 5% 

475 114 14 

400 120% 20 
300 17% 7H 


450 450 450 


14% 14% - 
10 % •% 8 % 
$11% 11% 11% 1 


Jockey C 
Jockav B p 
Kelstr Re 
Rape Tran 
, Kaaprlta P 
4% + % Kelly O A 
50 —2 Kentlng 

1|% K older 

5% _ % Kolder A p 
14 Koffler w 

20 — % Laoett 

;% — % Label! pr 
M LOnt Cam 

Laura Sac 
Lau Fin 


in 12134 21% 21%— % I 
1300 37% 7% 7% - % I 
100 Blf%* 19% 19% + V4 I 
3300 317% 17% 17% 

?00 470 430 470 +30 __ 

2773 814% 14% 14% — ft jpogiiar 
*’* "* *'* + I i Total Pat 


Stack Sale, High Law Cleae Ck*ta 
AM East G 


MS&rl 



7if 


NEW YORK (DM9 taMB) 

Bi Mod/lak MMB ip i 

19 Tr»n*pnrfn 731.45, up 1.M 

U UtftUtteB 119.71 off O.fll 

m siMks tas.it «p i.is 

Voionan: lt, IB >JSt, 

TORONTO 


Motor* 3% 

t f S2 



S8W1S» 

vco 




.■sr* 


S5 


iyn»m 
rancana 
Gr Plain* 

To 


= 1 


Houiton < 
Houcton « 
Intar Tac 
Lochlal 
Mill City 


1400 1101 
200 115 
1900 127 
7100 140 
3700 J2S 
1300 3 

■ 500 710 


Numac 

Pan Ocaan 
Par mo 
Paruv 


ii ! - a - 

_ , Tit Til +10 

31tt 73 72 72 

SfriMMi 


as*. 


Mor e? 111 ii 
Mr MM 111 
Monaanto 42% 
Mont IMrd 33% 
Int Papo r f* 

z’Ft" ■ 

N..«TW» 


Cate 22% 
ur rough, 119 

rlatof Myara 31% 


. 174.1# off B.97 

1M.T8 Bp 1.B1 

. MJT «ff LBS 


ii (TtfiitiM 
1 Baak, 

S Pmpnm 


MONTREAL 

19S.7S 1 




Volume: 1.97B.7BO. 


Commodities 



LOW LMOO 

or lb.) 

tits 
‘Si 


. . 144% 

o*t Kodak 7>% 
I Pa*o 17% 
lid 31% 
. Mort 37 
Flretfon# 49% 
Ford 41% 

Dynom 22% 
floe 34% 
Food* 
ln*tr 


8S 


Tall# 


on 


iwitt 
Talley Ind 
Telax 
Texaco 
Texo, Cult 
Inatr 


Texa, 

Union CarV 

:k k 


1413 433 < 

200 17% 

1173 33 
147$ 33 

100 $13 


/% 


550 


V25 


815% 


130 +5 I Total F A p 

7% - % O Canao 
j5+ 51 U C.nto w 

7%_ % Un R*o( P 

,j Ui,lar Pal 

j% Vovaoar P 


5400 118% lt% 18% 

im 325 no bo -; 

•300 III lii IBS t I 
30(( 790 m 773 
4® 317% 17 17 


■a 


*B M * -. 

23% 23% 13% 4 3 
175 




4% 3% 


13% 15% - 




2000 

295 $22% 23% .. . 

200 324% 24 24% t %, 

1200 233 233 233 

<43 110% 10% 10% 

— 13% •% 1% - H 

• - 13 - %, 


3500 

3337 1/7 i/i 
Hin 433 430 

4000 74% 23 

400 111% 111 
4950 700 475 


Flywaad Chicago (j 
Sapt “ 1 

Nov 


IS -'! | 

, 11% ♦ %' 


o (par 10N 
♦0.30 07.0C 
09 10 07.10 
to jo n sc 

|«:S ■ 


fiS 


Untd Airline. . 
Untd Utllltla, I9*A 
Untd Sranda ll% 

m r 

US Statl Mi 

WeetlnghouH 32' 
Wey'hauaear 52% 
Wool worth 44' 

Xerox “*■ 


103'A 

21*A 

42% 


39.00 

90.30 
91 00 

93.30 


Hntc T/ipv Finished 


Total ,ala«- 1.500.000 


Grain 


OROU 

Banka 

Bavara 


P AVCRAOB1 AT TORONTO 


inn -i.n 

311.32 +2.13 


Lau Fn 4% 125 314 14 

i Lau P 2 00 1425 124% 24% 

i Leigh Inal 1400 37% 7% 


74 '. 


Active Stocks 


BCPh 4 34 
BCPB 4.30 
Budd Auto 
Burnt Fdt 
Burrard 
Cad Dev 

‘ '^ p 


Cod C 
CAE 


Calp 


400 313% 13% 13%- 

<25 34 % 4% 4% 

1300 07% 7% 7% 

170 119% 19 19% 

ini 4n • 


CO Sugar 
Can Cam L 

C Nor Wa,1 
C Fockr, 
Con Farm 
Cdn Brew 
C Brew Ap 
C Brew Bp 
C Cable,v 
C Cable w 
C Cwrtl* 
Cdn Equty 
C Fi 


n 


+ 10 


475 140 
50 132 

114 342'. . . 

1000 200 195 200 -10 

430 319% 19% 19% 

230 314% 14% 14% - % 

1204 17 7 7 

123 130 30 30 

333 013 33% 33 + % 

1000 113% 13 11 — % 

- xn _ j 


x 


Found pr 


IS 


19 


•5 


17% 7% 7% 

C Hydro pr 3900 113% 13 IS - % 
i Bank 3377 172% 22% 22% - % 
111 % 11 % 11 % + % 


c iSTon 

CIL 

C Monolr 
C Marconi 
C Odde. 


mtal 


CF Inve pr 7745 M3H 23 73', 


TORONTO 

Clo*a 


23% 


Volume 

47344 Inti Nickel 
43023 Imperial OH 
29040 Inter Prov Pipe a 
17200 Dual bene 3 

13103 Scan 20% 

14310 Com Hoi Id Inn, 11% 
14473 Sow Valiev 73% 
11315 Mocteon Hunter 13 
11MS Nor. Cant Gee 13% 
10700 Huiky 011 13% 

Mina, and Oil, 
93200 Acme Ga«, 011 74 
73000 New Gottvue •% 
73000 Zutupo 71 

17 in Dynamic 102 


STUB 

Am T#| Tel 
Un Fin Col 
Texaco 
Am Tol Tol 
McDonnell 
7300 Pltt*ton Co 
113700 Sony Coro 
111400 May D 3tr 
104900 Rovol Dutch 
104000 Gan Elec 
92900 


NIW YORK 

•20% 


120000 t 
117300 I 


) Gene*c 
I Ini Tel 
09400 Gulf Oil 


Tal 


CF Inve 
CF Lid 
CFL 13 pr 
CFL UK p 
Cdn Salt 
Cdn Tire 


3410 320 
7399 142% 
1730 310% 


470 


10% 10*i 


3% - 


C UtH 5 pr 
C Util w 
Cdn Wall 


34*4 - % 


200 114' 

. . 355 137% 37% 

Cdn Tire A 4317 134% J4% 

- Ulltle, 

30 343% 43% 33*4 — % 
300 750 730 730 -20 

X20 391 91 91 

400 317% 17% 17% 

4000 7 7 44 44 -9 

•30 35 3 3 

P 470 “ “ 




MONTREAL 

13432 I nil Nickel 30 

13400 Berncam 5 

15019 Imperial 011 74 

13414 Radco BML 73 

10100 Domn Store, 13 

9430 Alcen TO 

7430 Domtar 
7433 Norem 


lie inv 
Living w 
Lob Co A 
Lob Co B 
Lob Co or 
Lob G B pr 
Lob Inc 
Loona 
Loab M 
M Hntr 
MH Cable 
MB Ltd 
Maona FI 
Magneton 
Magnate, 
Major H D 
M Li Gard 
Maritime 
Mark boro 
Markbro w 
Mat,-Far 
ME PC 
ME PC w 
Met Store, 
Met Slor, p 
Mel Sir 47 p 
Micro, y»t 
MLW Wor 
Mo I,on A 
Molaon B 
Mnt Trat 
Moore 
Morea A 
Moree pr 

B pr 


37 

400 345 3 

— 33% 


7% — '■ 


Caleary 

Stocks 


743% 343% 344 


“ 'Vi 


500 


340 123 325 


Stack Sale* Hleh Lew Cleee Ch'ee 
Induatrlet, 

N W Tr Pr 700 J30 373 373 -25 

Yukon Pro 10000 * 


in 1 4 


333 305 


11513 _ 

3 to 15% i% y 
*735 125 **% 75 

100 343 345 345 

1070 - B|| gj 


+ « Amalia 
_ m, l Ba»hew La 


1000 II 
3000 7 
2000 20 
400 140 


200 99 


175 140 
/ 30 124*4 
J11 120 
475 495 


140 140 


+ 4 , 


Jegor 
La,slier 

Madison 
I New York 
20 + % Nitrecell 


7500 35 in 




200 95 95 


3434 110% 10% 
‘ 15% 

2425 •" 


95 


25 74 74 +2 


Z: 


Gan. Manufac. 
Industrial Mine, 
AAarchandlalng 
Oil Refining 

Real E slate 
Steals 

Trust and Loan 

Utilities 

Miscellaneous 


UF 3. DOWN 9 


194.39 +3.40 

03.10 + .39 
734 39 -2 00 
123.14 + .31 
174.74 +1.79 
209 10 - 42 
130.64 34 
104.10 + 04 


Dividend* 


tt (Vancouver) 

WWW 


^% 8a% 270% 770% 


7425 170 

750 14* 

B ?!?i 


7% 17*4 17% 


1499 14S 

M C 


13 13 


13 IB 


5% - % 
g _10 | Asleo 
® Calorp 

I Cultu, 
Du<» 
iIndex 
,T.rr. 


1000 

1000 

300 


73 73 25 


140 143 +22 


400 305 300 300 


Morse e 
Murphy 


ntar J% 

L%,» f« 


Ltd 210 


Cll On I SLe 2000 
Chemcell 2020 
Charnel 1 * 

Cham 173 p 
Chrytlar 
CHUM B 
Codvllle A 
Columbia 
Columbl p 
Comlnco 
CM Inn, 

Comb In* 

Con Bath 
Con Baih p 
Con Bldg 
Con Bldg p 
C on T*xlle 
Con Olatrb 
Con* Gas 
Can Glass 




4% 


7 


35% . 

13 *17% 12% 17% 

100 320 70 70 

440 574% 74 74 % 

400 17% 7% 7%-'. 

300 310 300 310 eIS 

500 345 350 345 

300 117% 12% 12% * % 

3445 $23% 23% 23% - % 

14410 511% • 11% 11% 

135 139% 38 33 -3 

910 33% 3% 3% — % 

100 312% 17% 12% 

3300 140 . 


*7900 African# 

77500 Nor Am Rare 
54050 Nouvxelle 
44450 Candore 


Bux Scores 


Nabr, Dl# 
NeChrt l 
Nat Drug 
Nat Drug p 
N Haas Ent 
Nat Sea 

Neonex 

NB Tal 
N Provld O 
Nfld LP 
Nlag Struc 
Noranda 
NCfrl * 


200 $171 
500 $14% 

7350 134'. 

140 *14% 

175 034% 

40 135 
200 117% 

700 112% u ii'-» » 
-114% 14% 14% - 


17% 17% - % 
14% 14% - % 
35% 34% 

14% 14% — HI 
34 34 - V, I 


Colds 


12% 


300 17 


LONDON (AP)—Thun 
Ing gold price. In ' * 
ounce: London 147 
Frankfurt 342 34. __ 

342 90. Hong Kong $43 70; 
11.371 (a kilo) 


Thursday's cloa- 
U S dollar* an 
75. Pari* 341.|0; 
Zurich 342.7} 
* Beirut 


CHICAGO 
Open High Low Cloaa 


bamh O aa • icattNh 

Ltd. a cants; g 

'•a&s&'tu 

rant*; payable 

• "■y’iwS 


Investment, 

S lept. 30; 

le'Ytd. 30 
10; record 


13. 


•pc. 22% cants; 


27; 


148% 143'. 
130% 110% 




124% 

121 % 

173% 


xd Aug. 

-"-,1m oil Ftp# Lina 

i#. /j cams; payable Sapt 30. 
record Sept. 3. xd Sapt 1. 

Vila centre* Ltd. 3 cent,; payable 
Aug 3% record Auo U; xd Auo 


12. 


Epe Market 


127 323'. 

325% 324% 
319% 319% 


314 325 Grade A 

222% 321% Orede A 
213% 313% Grade B 


Lara* 

Medium 


100 19% 


9% 9% 


300 295 ... ... 

750 111% 11% 11% 

3323 345 340 340 

500 514 14 14 


Nor C 


734 110', 10 10% 

100 117'. j 17R 17', 
4492 133% 32% 32% 
11205 115% 15 13% 


Vancouver Trading 


29% -1% 


CM -E- _ x- x - - 

Nor Cl 770 p 124 313% 13% 13% 

- * 1 w 500 470 440 470 +10 


Slack 


IS Savna, 
♦uWest b 
Scdentl Pt 
ill Fateh 


Ind 


35% 


3% 3% * 


3300 

1400 125 24% 

2533 130% 20% 

_ 145 313 13 

Cooper c 200 in 13 

Corby vi 170 121 71 

‘ 150 120 % 70% 20% 

1100 140 ISO 150 

1200 145 133 140 

500 14% 4% 4% 

100 3)3 13 13 

200 IS 5 5 

WO *24' 

ISO 117 
75 125 


issue, traded 
Advance, 
Decline, 
Unchanged 
New 1971 highs 
New 1971 lows 


TORONTO 

Thurt. Wad. 


Othiwi A 
Overtnd 7 p 
P ec Fate 
PanCen I 
Peal Elder 
Pembln A 
Pembln B 
Pemo D p 
P anmngtn 
P Depl S 
Pelroflne 
I Phillips Cb 
1 Phillip, P 
Pitt, Eng 
j Pow Corn 


311% 11% 11% 
375 17% 7% 7% 4 

1400 *17% 17% 17% 4 
100 235 235 235 

200 14 4 4 

5544 33% 5% S'* + 

2395 812 


Alcan Pr 


430 330 


1433 333% 
7900 350 
7000 317 


8* 


Nat Car GoM 

Salas H!«h Law C!e,e Ch'ga Ce* Moly 
industrial. Casino 

7700 *24% 24% 14% Chaiawav 

.... Alum 4 3725 134 % 34% 34% Churchill 

’ Block Bra, 7150 J40 340 140 + 8 Coast Sll 

» BC Sugar 700 819% 19% 19% ♦ % Coin Cany 

Bcr 4 Praf 100 12% 37% «2H Coin A wt, 

“ turf 1100 400 400 400 —35 (Columbia R 2000 23 

inv Wt, 100 320 320 320 C Ad AHre »0 12 

. * i Canferre 7100 375 


B B 8 


7100 104 

m Ii 






514(0 
i 4200 


710 14% 


17 


5% 


ol Cel Pr 
Computr* 
Cornel Ind 
f rest wood 
Dawson Dv 




NRW YORK 


Corby 
Cornet ind 
Corontn p 
Coataln R 
Crain R L 

Creatbrk 

Crwn Ufa 
Crwn Tr»t 
Crow Nest 
Cruah Infl 
Cygnu, A 
Cygnu, B 


I,sue, traded 
Advance, 
Declines 
Unchanoed 
New 1971 hlqhs 
New 1971 lows 


PJ 


74% 


Pow Crp pr 
Pow C 5 pr 
Price Com 
Prov B Can 
Quint# C 
Quinta A 
Rank Org 
Rapid Grp 
Reed Oslr 
Relrhhold 
Reich wt 
Reltmen 
Rellman A 
Reynold I 
Rileys D 
Roiiend 


::: ’ ... ■ . u.wmi u. 

107 173% 23% 23% — *, Drill Hotel 

1000 111% 11% 11% * % 

300 SIS IS IS 

304 123 22% 23 + % 

1500 311% 11% 11% 

100 831% 31% 31% - % 

4450 314% 13% 13% + % 

4925 *5% 5 JH * % 

100 877% 27% 27% + % 

100 13 >. 3% •% + H 

913 37'* 

400 317 


r?7 7)0 710 710 
111 200 700 700 

7400 170 19'-, 70 

500 13% 5', 3' 


Dog n ludt 
Doman 
Field 

Finning Ti 

Fir,I City too n 
Fundy Chin 300 200 
Gl Nt Ind 1000 105 
UGI Pet In 100 700 
, Grower, B 100 300 
7 %-%i H YS Caned 100 J40 
' % Im Mar A 38 700 


Cop Giant 

Cop Rldoe 3000 30 

Cor Gulf 300 75 

Coronet 5304 34 

Crownex 14700 44 

Croydan 3000 II 
Davit Kay, 400 113 
Dolly Var 4300 23 

Dundee 4300 77 

_18% 3% 8% Dusty Mac 2000 19 

a 550 113 1] II % Dynasty 100 710 

75 *13% 13% 11% % Farlcraet 2000 13 

“ Early Brd 5000 22 

m IS 


B fi 


2000 


100 112% 17% 11% 
1400 151 50 31 

100 140 140 140 

100 IBS IBS 133 

1200 *3% 5% S*. < 
1770 213 205 205 < 


73 73 +8 


Empire Mil IX 


Polaris 1000 
I Pyramid 11440 

Ra^tt inti 2$0 
Rand Resit 499 

Rlvlara In 1000 
Rodttrom 3500 
Ring Hill 
Rots Pass 
Sllaurlan 
Sllverqk 
S Standrd 
Sllvad Sir 
Slocan 
Spartan 
Stall Lk 
8lanne< 

Teteko 
Texacal R 
Tor watt 
Trn, Col 
Troian 
Utica 

Valley Cop 


BBS 


i 


3000 X 37 17 -2 


133 132 lit +1 


12000 74 

1000 14 

500 133 


700 700 


WO 


Imp Marin* 100 180 111) 180 


300 125 325 175 


I7S 


331 


11 


I 1 


25 25 + % 


+ 1 


Stack 


Accra 
Acme 
Advocate 
Agnlco 
A Iliad Mng 
Am Larder 
Ang Ruyn 
Ang UO 
Armor* 
Aeoc Pore 
Aunor 
Avoca M 
Bank* n<> 
Bary Expl 


Primury Distribution Rothman 

_ Rothm 7p 

The share, of the following companies Royal Bnk 
I may oa considered as being In primary Royal Tr»t 
T I'? 14i»tFlb«tlon through the facilities of the Ry| t m 

!! rEJ"*"' «.luiw H 

- % | Material Fgct. SfL c#m A 

SIL Corp a 
Sand wall 
Schneld b * 
Scot York 
Scott, 
Seaway pr 
Seaway w 
Selkirk A 
Shaw Pip# 
Shall Inv p 
Shall Inv w 
Shall Can 
(Bully's 
Sll vs 


Toronto Mines 


Nat Kam Kofi# 
nwu«cmcvw!5KL^w 


u iiw 

1'fJ ’ 


+ 1* 


BI Hawk 
Brmda 
Brand# M 
Brunewk 
Bunker H 
Cam Mina 
Camfkj 
Cam Chib 
Camp RL 
C Tung 
C Jamlasn 
C Lancour 
C Mai art 
Candor# 
Ceuier 
Cant Pal 
Chemaiov 


! ’8 '8 '8 ti 

; 313% tt% 14% - % 


■ Kllembe 

* — % Kirk Min 
- 2 i Lab Min 
+ I | L Dufauif 
* 1 Lakehaad 
L Osu 
LShor a 
La Lui 
! LL Lac 
Lost River 
Louvlcrt 
L ytlon M 
Madeline 


,8 


Merchant 
Mitch 
Matf| 


a I.. 

■Mi* 
18 


izu 


Chrom 
f.och Will 
Coiumb M 
Comb Mil 


ft I 


Con ^5lchol 
C Rambler 
C R#xsc 


420 410 


140 


114 W 


ll| 


SOI 13% 12% 11% 

3 i * ■ 


Igml 
Liam 
— Intyro 
Mentor 
Merrill 
Mttrlm 
Mulfl-MI 
NB Ur 
Newconx 
N Gvua 
n Imparal 
Kelore 
vlur * 


Newlund 
Nick Rim 


i 24% 24% - % 

» 91 91%-291 

92 92 —2 

14l 140 +1 

1 I ti 

’ ^ .! 

k 4% 4 


1% - I 
13 +4 

4% + % 


19 19+1 


til HI +11 


23 341 
450 230 

100 345 14 5 345 1 5 

iooo tn% n% n% « % 

100 817% 17% 17% ♦ % 

7445 174'* 74% 74% % 

575 814'. 33% 33% % 

1100 315% 15% 15% 

150 14% 8% 8% 

1025 334 14 14 — % 

50 349% 49% 49% 


Inter Brew 
loll Hydro 
loll Util 
inlerpls 
1 Kaiser Rt 
Lancer 
Macmillan 
I Marcurla 
Mohawk 


100 475 475 473 


50500 

2000 


ISO 


35 55 


100 17 


7 


llverwd A 
Slmppon, 
Slmpaon 3 
Skier M 
Skyline H 
Slater Sll 
Slater B pr 
Slat W Can 
Slat WC r 
Slate Walk 
Southern 
Si Brodcsl 
tt Paving 
Steal Can 
Stalnbg A 
Stelntron 
Stuart He# 
Stuart Oil 
Suptat com 
Suptait od 
$urr 
Tel* 


han 

. Coo. 
Pamour 

P atino 
ato 

Pea Expl 

SB 


Coprcorp 
Cog Flaidi 
CO* Man 
coulee 

m 


19% 19% 19% +1% : 


Fin 
Placer 

Preston 
Pur# Sllv 
Qua Man 
Rayrock 
Rio Aloom 
Roman 
SI Fabian 


1::. 


119 


500 


4300 
100 125 
7114 114 
1000 6K) 
2300 ‘ 


m 5 a 
,ii 


.. ••% .. ... 

1000 114% 14% 14% 

100 814 14 14 

100 35% 3% 3% - % 

1000 73 73 73 + ) 

2100 3)4% 14% 14% - % 

300 19% 9% 9% 

1449 134 35% 35% + % 

11)4 *14% 13% 14% + % 

1340 3)4 35% 13% + % 

200 SI'A 3% 5% 

150 317% 17% 17% 

1330 320% 20 20 - % 

440 327 74% 77 

2043 210 205 70S - 5 

125 $9% 9'/. 9% 

410 3)0% 10% 10% 

100 311 13 11 

#55 *11 10% 11 — % 

1300 400 573 400 

113 34% 4% 4% 

125 341 41 41 

3300 311% 11 11 - % 

crOO 311 10% 10% % 

2343 823% 25% 25% ♦ % 
125 313% 11% 13% + % 
100 33% S% 3% — % 

100 33% 3% J%- % 

100 39% 9*4 9% — % 

410 313% IS IS — % 

•013 149% 43 49% +1% 

\00 170 170 170 — 5 

700 435 490 455 —IS 

874 134 33% 14 

400 114% 18% 13% 

200 327% 27% 27% + % 
100 349% 49% 49% +% 
100 $17% 17% 17% + % 
190 91 91 91 +1 

781 $23% 23% 23% 

*30 323% 23% 23% + % 

550 313% 13% 13%.+ % 
Trader, S p ilOO 

Trader Bp 100 325% 25% 23% - % 
Trader 43 w 300 225 220 220 - 3 

Trader 39 w 2415 433 4*0 433 

Treneelr 910 340 3)3 MO 
Trnsalr w 1230 H 93 95 -1 

Tr Con PL 3114 3)3% ))% 33®* 

Tr Can PI p 220 341% 41% 41% + % 
Tr Can A pr 12 341% 41 41—1 

Tr Can P w TOO $10 10 10 

3099 323% 23% 23% — % 
300 312% 12% 12% — % 
1913 130 140 130 

5500 51 51 51 

300 310% 10% 10% 


200 710 710 710 

700 *74 % 74*e 74% 
7235 110 105 105 

_ . . 160 253 231 795 

Nat Nur Ho 7300 775 770 225 

NW Sport, 100 17% 7% 7% 

NWL Flnen 7171 405 195 405 

Ok Helkopt 300 1 3 % 5% 5% 

P»r, 1050 30 SO 30 

Pare B wt 340 0 4% 7 3 ' 

Pacific Ent 200 1 70 1 70 1 70 

Pec Nth Gl 100 3 70 1 70 1 70 

PWA 3043 $17% U% 12 

Portcom 1100 125 123 175 

Prlcm A wt 900 40 40 40 

Potter Dl, 


Slelntron 
Tokar 
tr Mtn 
U Equities 
Wall Redek 
Wardalr 
West Pac 
W Really 
Wosks 


700 


500 )$( 


19% 5% 5% - 


2? 


>» 
■8 


Aden ,.c 


1200 

3500 

7600 

*500 

5500 

3000 


65 45 45 


15% 15% 


eledvne 
Texaco 
Texas Gu S 
Thom Nat 
Thom N pr 
Tone Craft 
Toromoni 
Tor Dm Bk 
Tor Star B 
Traders ' 


Alice Lk 
Alwln 
Anuk 
Ardo M 

Ardo B wt, IDO H< 

Arlington 1000 25 

Arctk 3200 10 

Atlas 2750 4 5 

Avlno A wt, 7000 35 

Avln, 3500 43 

Bfhrst Nrse 3400 150 

Beaumnt 17200 11 10 ii 

Benson 1000 20 20 20 

Bath Cop 210 114% 14% 14% 

Black Giant 500 45 * 3 4 3 

Boswell M1J0 44 43 41 

Brameda 1792 1(3 179 1 79 
Brtnmac 7300 11 33 33 

{ raft land 
r< 


F alalse 
Flagston 
Forfun Ch 
Fi Chnl B 

Fourbar _ 

General Rt 1500 
Giant E« 3000 
Giant Mate 749 525 
Glbreltr 25463 435 
Oranduc 300 910 
Granlln M 33700 47 

G N Pal A 3000 11 

G N Pate 41200 37 

Gunn M 39W> 

Hart Rlv UNO 
High Chief 1500 
Hlqnmnl 1400 300 
Hogan 3000 
Homeslak 3542 
Inland Cop 

Inti Bornlf _ 

Inf Marlnr 17907 
I Mar C Wt 3003 
Prov Sll 100 
Jason Ex 1000 
Jericho 2000 
Joy Min 3100 
Joy A Wt 71100 
Kamad 500 
Lk Bvrhte 20000 
Lt>rgo 
Laron## 

Lexlngln 

LonPrlde 1000 

Mttrlm 
MM Watt 
Mrl Mtn M 
Mine* 

Ml Wash 
Nadine 
Nat Nkkel 
New Cinch 


14 


88 


17 37 1 


1(300 14 15 

2250 320 US 


'fi 


5 « I 


un e . a 

.£ S Ii 

17307 73 74 


,8 ;i 


on Ind 


vcon 

illlon 


300 


Buval Exec 2300 

Calico 1500 <e 

Calta 733015 132 

Cambridge 1000 47 


57 


\l IS 


1 1 


1200 110 
300 72 

5500 10 

28 ?; 


B B 


Imp 


100 114 
500 27 


595 940 
vananoa 3000 7 

Vest or 15500 ee 
Weet C Re, 1000 
West Buff 
Watt Mna 

Wlndermr wog 4# 
Yuk »n Rv 7300 I# 
Zenith 1700 3> 

Oil, 

Albany 011 1000 W 

Allied Rox 21700 103 

? atllndry 1100 120 
I ton 50 9% 

an Fortun 500 II 
Canarctk 7000 ]4 

Cattle 400 111 

Embassy 75400 73 

E mbastv A 4400 70 

Five Star 4000 15 

Ft If John IOOO 83 
Freehld 177225 »5 
Freehld A 7700 395 
Futurity 4000 74 

Gold West 1000 18 

Menhattn 1200 3) 
Mar land Ex 700 69 

P R Pete 41500 18 

Plain, Pie 4400 73 

Ponderay 1900 173 
‘ Cdn Vn 2000 70 

1000 11 
Pta 14000 9 

4950 91 


117 170 13 


rv:. 

rcTBf 


27% 27%-1% 
174 1J4 7 

70 70 -I 


14 


28 


Banka 

t ank BC 100 $23% 13% 21% 

k Montreal l00 313 14 18 


Total talas: 7.791.318 


77 77 + % 


1553 


15 


10000 


4200 


Newlndl an 1 
N PrlvAter 21 
New Taku ■ 

N Terr 
Nickel Hill 
Norax Re, 

Nor gold 
N A Rare 
Northlode 
Ntb Pac 

N W Kim l/uuu )■ 
Oro 2000 27 

Pacific Asb 5125 150 
Paramnt 5000 27 

Palhflndr 24400 104 
Pthfndr BW 3000 30 

Paal 19000 IS 

Pina Lake 2000 14 

Plateau 4000 1$ 


Interim Listings 


sL 


73 


■E 


Mutuals-Bonds 


BM 

247 


tl. . ... 

si,.- J Tran, PPL 
30%-% Trll#r Crp 


A bar c or m 
Aero Fd m 
All Cdn Com 777 
All Cdn Dlv 379 


AM ( 


,’i8 : 


I 


ffl 




128 


K 

20% 22 

340% 4(1 40 

371 22% 21 

19% 19% 19% 
»IO'/4 )0'/4 10% 


11 11 


11 


143 148 141 


73 73 +2 


Sigma 

Sllvmq 

Manrck 

Steep R 

W. c “* 

lack Cor A 
Tack Car B 
Taxmt 
Tf 


4130 9 9 9 +1 

5047 115% 15% 15% 

100 475 475 423 +10 


tats M 

trlbee 


23% 23 23% + % 

H 70 70 

i 111 20 214 +1 

*4 $1 43 

I 319% 14% 15% + % 
M 535 SIS 
I 900 495 900 +3 

I Jf SI 31-3 

I T9 19 19 — % 


Trliac 
UNAS inv 
Un Carbld 
Un Ge, 
Union Oil 
U Corp B 
Un Wburn 
Van Der 
Vertofd 


JB 


317 17 


17 


Andrea# Eo 410 
Aimc inv 322 
Canada Gr 337 
Canagex 91* 

Cdn Gas En 1471 
Cdn Inv Fd 451 
Cdn Sac Gr 447 


21 


jn >« - fcS SToSiS, 

*00 tiy, Swr LiiSLTSSr | 

3 *10 Capital Gr 197 

8% Coll Mut 312 
7% + % Com Inti 


X 


rlbag 
Tundra 
U Mlnli 


Versatile 
VerMtll A 
Vlllcantre 
Vulcan Ind 
Walax 
Walk GW 
Weldwod 
Wstburna 
Wbur A p 
Waste'll 


Mining 

A*»ilo 

Kano 

Slscoa 


24 24 +1 


31 31 — 1 


8 ! 8 ? 


Wltfl 
Wile. 

Bhb 

Wr Hart 
Yk Bear 

Zanmac 

Zulapa 




1000 

23000 


I?) ill 

» i J 

I *1 


500 115 11153 115 

200 413 4)5 415 +15 

400 3S3 390 350 — 3 
9000 U% 3% 3% — % 

1700 1)0% 10% 10%—% 

100 313% 13% 13% 

2877 334% )*% 3*% 

l73 814% 14% 14% 

900 313% 13% 13% + % 

39% + % 


West Ind 


14% t 

. j§. . 

ists ,5 s ,r. 


Brdctet 


•aclfk 
Weston 
Wain 4%p 
Wain 4pr 
While Pa, 
While P A 
While P w 

a? »?• 

mr A 

Zenith 


(1114 13% 13% + % 

•34% ^2*% 24% 


7275 

so 

’I# -X- 

1*10 14% . . ... 

*04 Sll 17% 17% 

34 343% 63% 45% + . 

40 331% 31% 11% —1% 

1770 811% 11% 11% - % 

200 321 % n% t»% - ’ . 


'50 


135 1)3 


1400 170 170 170 




Com Inti L 
Com Vanl 
Corp Inv 
Corp Inv SF 434 
Dom Comp 519 

~ - 0|V ,Bt 


Mut Gr 434 
Mut Inc 49* 
NatruKf* 1 Jpl 
Nat Rea 724 
NW Eg *19 
NW Flnan 447 
NW Growth 91) 

rF S 

Pension Mut 740 
PM. N Fd 1322 
Planned Res 4*3 

Prln Gr 40# 
Prov Mut *57 
Prov Stk 547 
Raoant Gr 337 
Regent Vent 3*9 
! Rovfund 349 
1 Untd Accum 4*7 
Untd Horli 234 
Untd Amer 211 
Unld Vent 331 
Un Sav Eq 771 


CORPORATIONS 
Alcan 9% 91 102% 

Al Can 3% ?1 93 
Ball | 77 101% 


1ST 


: Su 9% 91 


Do 9% 90 105 
Do 9% 92 104 

lomln 1% 91 9* 
3% 92 100 


’8 


CPSL 9% 90 101 


1(1 


MB AC 8% 91 TiV, 

I mate •% 91 94% 

!Eo° 9%90 loi 
MecM 3% 91 94% 


1 


)rayfu. 

Infer aa Inv 394 
:xac Fd Cda 610 
ixec |nv int 339 


Income 347 
—jfth Eg 
Harvard 


Inv 


H 


Jnv Inti 

Inv Mut ... 
Ind Growth 416 
Maritime Eo 
Mut Accum 
Mut Bond 


i 301 
331 


r« i 

i 


Noran 9V« 9 


792 


INDUSTRIALS 
AGF Special 770 293 

CPI Common 11% 12 

Guardian Or 7% 

Jolly Jurr 


“JSndV 


Do SH 92 30 


71% 

71% 


CNR 


•1 73 


77 


Noran 

NCO ..... ..... 

Pac C •% 94 93 
R Bk 7 91 97% 


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WcittC ! 

W'cit ) r 
Wwrde *% 09 1 
Scurry 7% IB 


auppllnd by 

Pltflnld Markny 


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Rop* A Oo. 


Rtock quoin tin rt* 

RlrJmrdoon Vrurltlna, 

Royal Seen ri ting (»rp., A. E. Arne# A Co., An nett Mackey 
I*td., PnTtthnrloe RertirlMea and McLeod. YntUif. Half A On. 


IM., 


Achgrn 
Alakon 
Altalr 
Alvlja 
Amalgm 
Amba, M 
Amber R 
Anchor 
An Bomr 
Bomarr 
Ang Wat 
Annmer 
Arcadia 
Athene 
lonnet 
awy 


i 


A,k Honda 10 

Hub M 27 
If Hunt Ba, 

20 lea Statn 35 
13 Imp Mil 17 
17 In Space 91 
• Jeckpt 22 
17 Juniper i$ 
i 30 Kelgln 10 
73 Kalvar 30 
63 Komo K 14 
j 1 Lee me 15 

13 Lewe, R 11 
3 Low Val 
Lucky St 10 
43 Merlx 43 
23 Mavark 40 


:#ye 


ardwl 
iarolln 
ante* 33 


;itex 

.lavatt 


tt ‘ ' 


T ie 

0 P 


Payette 

i ns 

B "Eki 

B H 


i u# 

1$ Rlmrk 
30 Rabt M 
10 Rockat 


4% 4% 

53 


Kite 

lynam 

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35 


R 42 


II 


! »,”* 

)a'ry M M » 

flbbx *0 
flan Co* 28 
•lanlyn I 
lldn Oat 11 
Iramr 40 
la va 10 

s 

i, 9 fi ii 


10 


Sher Lea 
Sierra i 
Sllmnc 
Sllvrcp 
Slv Spr 
Solomn 
SPA Mn 
Spectr 

. Sptcula 
9%Spfnho 

* ntellr* 


IBM 

43 Stallak 14 

a lunrls 11 
IIS Swim Lk 20 
21 finely 11 
*3 Teknol 23 
21 Toply Cr 11 

fa ti u 


„ Unlv 
IS Uni vex 
Vari 


_ arg# 
23 Vatflod 
20 Victor 
II Whptw 


vgl 


Whit Rv 
Whlttal 
Well* In 
Vreka 


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In Slow Trade 


tr* 


% 

41% 


TORONTO (CPI — Ran# 
metal isaue* registered ghaip 
decline*, a* price* on the 
Toronto Block market closed 
lower for the seventh consecu¬ 
tive session in slow trading 
Thursday. 

Inco dropped % to 110%, In¬ 
ternational Minerals and 
Chemicals lost 5 to H5%. 
Noranda 1% to |32%, Mon¬ 
treal Trust \ to 116%, Patino 
% to $20 and Pan Ocean % to 
*12%. 

Canadian Superior Oil wit 
down 1 to (41%. Falconbridge 
% to $90%. McIntyre 2% to 
$91%, Interprovincial Pipe 
Line* % $28 and Bell % to 

$45%. 

Supertest ordinary wa* up 
1% to $49%. Pacific Pete 1% 
to 13%, Imperial OH 
$26%. Seagrams % to $26% 
and Tara \ to $16%. 


Highlighting gains. Din* 
trillere-Seagrams rose $J% to 
$56%. Imperial Oil end Gulf 
Oil Cenada $1 each to $26% 
and $24% respectively. Inter¬ 
national Utilities % to $38% 
and Petroflna Canada % to 
$23. 

Following a company an¬ 
nouncement of first-half net 
income, Pacific Petroleum 
rote gl% to $33%. 


London Slock Prices 


lions in new pence unless pound, are 
Indicated: Asad BrM Foods 37j Blv- 
voor, 134; Bowtter Paper 152; Brit 
Am Tob 354%; Brit Lavliftt Motor* 
47%; Brit Oxyooa *0%; Brit Fatratawm 
404%; BurmafY 011 427%; Csn Fee 
(pounds) 30%; Chartor Cona 244; Cour- 
•auldt 124%; Dlitlllars 110%; Dunlop 
Holdings 141; f and M Ind 123; Fra* 
St. Gaduld 305; G*n llac 14*%; Gr 
Unlv Sirs 4)0; Hawker Sttdalay 210; 
Hudson', Bov 070; ICI 213; Imp Tob 
90j Kloof 3B2; Marks and SpanegrJST; 
Metal Box 344%; Rio Tlntd-Zlnc 223%; 


Plus Finish 


439; Unit... 

Wooworth 71%. 

Bonds (In pounds); Brit Transport* 
78 33 33%; Brtt 7Hs Coneos 74%; Fund 


NKW YORK (AP) - SU)ck 
niarket prices rallied and 
then lo«t some of their mo¬ 
mentum, but remained on the 
plus side in Thursday's slow 
trading. 

Among Canadian Isfues U> 
register gains were Canadian 
Pacific up 2 at $65, Dome 
Mines up 1% at $73% and Dis¬ 
tillers Seagrams up 1% at 
$55%. 


EATON APPOINTMENT 


Moderate Tratle 


VANCOUVKRICP1 
Price* were up In moderate 
trading. 

In the induNtrials. Imperial 
Marine A warrant* were up 
<M at .92. Captain Interna¬ 
tional wan unchanged at $7.75. 
Northwest Finance was up .10 
at $4.05 and Mercurla was off 
.05 at $1.05. 

Freehold led the oils, up .10 
at $3.00 Peace River Petrole¬ 
um was up .03 at .1.7, Allied 
Roxanna was up .01 at $1.01 
and Kmbassy was off .04 at 
68 

Calta led the mines Issues, 
Up 16 at $1.27. 



A. 1. McKichan 


Dollar Day 

MONTREAL (CPI Price* 
were up In most sectors at the 
clone of light trading. 


I.omlon Metal* 


in pound* (terlln* par metric too. 
Capper—wire bar* 

Cloa* 

Spot 431.30 432 
Forward 441 50 442 
‘ala* 5.435 ton*. 


Frav Clo 


m= ! 


Spot 1,4)4 1.477 
Forward 1,443 1.447 
‘ ' 340 ton* 


1.42S 1.430 


tS3“ 


Spot 103 50 IN.71 19# 

Forward 111 90 1117* 111 
1.550 Ion* 


Salas 1. 
Zinc- 


Spot 133.25 137 
Forward 134.75 1)1 
Salas 7.050 ton*. 


The T. K.aiton Co. Limited an¬ 
nounces the appointment of Al- 
asduir J McKichan as Public 
Relations Manager for the Com¬ 
pany. 

A graduate In law of the Uni¬ 
versity of Glasgow, Mr. Mc¬ 
Kichan was associated with a 
prominent Winnipeg law firm 
before joining the Retail Coun¬ 
cil of Canada when it was form¬ 
ed in 1963 

Under his leadership and guid¬ 
ance. first ns General Manager 
and later President, the RCC 
has gained national recognition, 
and has been responsible for 
initiating s broad series of In¬ 
novations on behalf of the re. 
tail Industry and Canadian con¬ 
sumer 

In his new position, Mr. Mc¬ 
Kichan will report to the Vice- 
President, Corporate Affairs, 
and will I* directing and co¬ 
ordinating Eaton's toial com¬ 
munications program. 


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Of Plain 


By GEORGE GIBSON 
Business Editor 
On# house against four 
apartment blocks. Or one sin¬ 
gle family dwelling unit 
stacked ogalnst 145 housing 
units for singles, couples or 


families. Or $18,000 
$1,196 million. It seer 
a one-eided compari 
it's more or leas a no 
uatlon In the monthly 
city hall building con 
permit report. 


Uprooted Fan 
As Main H( 


OTTAWA (CPI - Canada’s 
only real housing problem In¬ 
volves low-income families 
upwtted by urban renewal 
schemes who are unable to af¬ 
ford alternate accommo¬ 
dation. 


ance of housing 
country. 

Among conclusions 
In the hlghly-detail 
ment: 


A report prepared for 
Urban Affairs Minister Rob¬ 
ert Andras, — one of a series 
to be released — says there is 
no other current housing 
crisis, although only a ration 
al and concerted policy can 
prevent future problems. 

• Incomes are Increasing 
faster than housing costs "so 
that housing accommodations 
are generally more afford¬ 
able;” 

• Only four per cent of all 
families in Canada are forced 
to share houses; 

• Transportation, servic¬ 
ing. zoning, taxing and build¬ 
ing code policies remain un¬ 
modified, unenlightened or 
non-existent and will almost 
certainly bring on a future 
housing crisis. "We are not In 
such e crisis yet, however, 
and rational and concerted 
policy cen prevent IV* 

The report, written by L. B. 
Smith, deels with the market 
structure and policy perform- 


• Canadians ai 
housed, with better 
cllittes, than ever bef 


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Available Immediately 

Phone 388-5568 


• The conitru 
dustry has been mi 
target of the Econoi 
cll of Canada over 
two years in provlc 
200.000 new dwelllngi 

Construction sta 
18.248 new houses i 
nienta in June, a gi 
per cent over a yg, 
Central Mortgage i 
ing Corp. reported 

The federal go* 
housing agency hb 1< 
centres of 10,000 
and more there a 
new housing units 
the first six montl 
an increase of 50 
over the same j 
year. 

Of this year’s 
total, 16,368 of tl 
apartments, and i 
units were started 
itself, with 15,020 at 
ignated tor low-1 
cupants. 

The agency als 
average cost of 
bungalow has decl 
the last year. 

Figures released 
despits higher i 
labor costs, hi 
prices, and other i 


OPEN HOUSES 

THURSDAY and FRIDAY—2 to 5 


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DE LUXE LIVING 


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Courtesy to Realtors 




I 6* * 


UPLANDS I 
OF CHARM ANI 
CLOSE TO YACHT CL 



EARLY F 


Having purchased another hnms lh> 
laaldeoes have Instructed u, to of 
storey design and extremely good Ii 
open eUlrway leading up In I h 
Tha muster bedroom eulte has an r 
Main floor accommodation cnnalatli 
living room, powder room, den w 
three ground level entrance, to * 
noon and evening tun Lower lava 
4th bathroom. Wall-tn-wall carpeted 
of fere outstanding value on today’. 


For appoln 
call Jack 5 


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OAK BAY REALTY LT1 


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/ 


/ 


/ 


Metals Off 
ilow Trade 


P) — Ran# 
jittered sharp 
on the 
closed 
nth consecu- 
tradlng 


plow 


, to $30%, lit¬ 
erals and 
to $15%, 
12%. Mon- 
| $16%, Patino 
» Ocean % to 

ftrlor OH was 
I Falconbrldge 
jlntyre 2% to 
vlnclal Pipe 
knd Bell % to 

■nary was up 
|ciftc Pete 1% 
pe ria 1 OH 
% to $26% 
|l5%. 

|irn>/i 

1(AP) - Stock 
rallied and 
of their mo- 
Imained on the 
lmrsday's slow 

man issues to 
Were Canadian 
1st $65, Dome 
I $73% and Dis¬ 
up 1% at 


T ratle 

|V K R (CP) 

In moderate 


Irlals. Imperial 
irants were up 
fptain Intema- 
|iangcd at $7.75, 
> was up .10 
ercurla was off 

| the oils, up .10 
River Petrole- 
|3 at .17. Allied 
lup .01 at $ 1.01 
1 was off .04 al 

■e mines Issues, 


liav 

, (CP) Prices 
1st sectors at the 
|riidlnR. 

MeUilt 

|Ins par malric ton. 

Pr*v C loso 
4 U 485 
41] 444.» 


106.71 10* 108.M 

inn in mis 


Highlighting gains, DIs- 
trlDera-Seagram* rose $1% to 
$56%. Imperial Oil and Gulf 
Oil Canada $1 each to $26% 
and $24% respectively. Inter¬ 
national Utilities % to $38% 
and Petrufina Canada % to 
$23. 

Following a company an¬ 
nouncement of first-half net 
Income, Pacific Petroleum 
roee $1% to $33%. 

London Stock Price* 


LONDON (ce)—Ooslns slock sucta- 
lions In now pones unloss pounds oro 
Indlcotod: Assd SrM Foods S7l 

voors 154; aowotor popor Itt; 

Am Tob - - 

4j*i r 

eoeVa; Surm-.. ... - x — , - 

(pounds) 30’.; Chorlor Cons J44; Cour- 
laulds 1J4 Uj Distil tors IIW*; Dunlop 

. ••• i ond M Ind 111: Froo 

_ ' Goa Hoc 144 Uii Or 

Unlv Sirs 430; Howkor Slddolov JJ0; 
.. - *— Tob 


__ 

Tob J54V»; Bril Lovlond Motor* 
ant Osyooa eovsi im Pttrstowm 
i; Burman Oil 427V*; Cia Foe 
* ‘ rCsas Mr - 

^_•» 1#*; 

Holdings 141; C ond M Ind 11 
" Ooduid toil ,Oea llec iMUu. 

w.lv Sirs 430; Howkor Slddolo 
Hudson s Boy 570j ICI JISi Im. 

SO; Kloof 111; Morks and SponcorMT; 
AAotal Bo* J44Vi; Bio Tlnto-Zlnc tMWi 
Shot T »nd T Hi Tu <" 

<37; Unlovor SIM'Ai Vlckors 63*4 1 
Woo worth 71 Vb. . _ „ , 

Bonds (In pounds): Brit Trsnaearto 
IMS SJ'A; Brtf IVrt Conses 7M4; Fund 
4s 86tt; War Loans 3V>»Jd., 

Flnonclol Timoo Induftrlol Indo* 


EATON APPOINTMENT 



A. J. McKlchan 


The T. Eaton Co. Limited an¬ 
nounces the appointment of Al- 

asdalr J McKlchan as Public 
Relations Manager for the Com¬ 
pany. 

A graduate In law of the Uni¬ 
versity of Glasgow. Mr. Mc¬ 
Kichan was associated with a 
prominent Winnipeg law firm 
(Wore joining the Retail Coun¬ 
cil of Canada when It was form¬ 
ed in 1963. 

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sumer 

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Kichsn will report to the Vlce- 
President, Corporate Affairs, 
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Business Topics 

Remember the Days 
Of Plain Old Homes? 


By GEORGE GIBSON 
Busineaa Editor 
On# house against four 
apartmant blocks. Or one sin¬ 
gle family dwelling unit 
stacked against 145 housing 
units for singles, couples or 


families. Or $18,000 against 
$1,196 million. It seems to be 
a one-elded comparison but 
It’s more or less a normal sit¬ 
uation in the monthly Victoria 
city hall building construction 
permit report. 


Permit for the $18,000 house 
was Issued for a construction 
on Walnut Street. The apart¬ 
ment buldinga, with their 
suites and peevnit value In par¬ 
entheses, are at 1125 Oscar 
(24 and $129,00); 310 Robert 


Uprooted Families Seen 
As Main Housing Ill 


OTTAWA (CPI - Canada’s 
only real housing problem In¬ 
volves low-lncoms families 
uprotted by urban renewal 
schemes who are unable to af¬ 
ford alternate accommo¬ 
dation. 

A report prepared for 
Urban Affairs Minister Rob¬ 
ert Andras, — one of a aeries 
to be released - says there is 
no other current housing 
crisis, although only a ration 
al and concerted policy can 
prevent future problems. 

• Incomes are Increasing 
faster than housing costs "so 
that housing accommodations 
ere generally more afford¬ 
able ;' ’ 

• Only four per cent of all 
families in Canada are forced 
to share houses; 

• Transportation, servic¬ 
ing. zoning, taxing and build¬ 
ing code policies remain un¬ 
modified. unenlightened or 
non-existent and will elmost 
certainly bring on a future 
housing crisis. "We are not in 
such e crisis yet, however, 
and rational and concerted 
policy can prevent IV' 

The report, written by L. B. 
Smith, deals with the market 
structure and policy perform- 


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anco of housing In the 
country. 

Among conclusions reached 
In the highly-detailed docu¬ 
ment : 

• Canadians are better 
housed, with better basic fa¬ 
cilities, than ever before; 

• The construction In¬ 
dustry has been meeting the 
target of the Economic Coun¬ 
cil of Canada over the last 
two years in providing soms 
200.000 new dwellings a year. 

Construction started on 
18,248 new houses and apart¬ 
ments in June, a gain of 57.5 
per cent over a yqftr earlier,. 
Central Mortgage and Hous¬ 
ing Corp. reported Thursday. 

The federal government’s 
housing agency said In urban 
centres of 10,000 population 
and more there were 73,971 
new housing units started in 
the first six months of 1971, 
an increase of 50 per cert 
over the same period last 
year. 

Of this year's six-month 
total, 16,368 of the houses, 
apartments, and row-housing 
units were started by CMHC 
itself, with 15,020 at them des¬ 
ignated (or low-income oc¬ 
cupants. 

The agency also said the 
average cost of building a 
bungalow has declined during 
the last year 

Figures released show that 
despite higher construction 
labor costs, higher land 
prices, and other rising costs. 


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average construction costs de¬ 
clined in the first three 
months oT this year to $14.90 a 
square foot from $15.06 a year 
earlier. 

A 16-cent reduction In hous¬ 
ing costa per square foot 
amounts to about $200 on the 
average-sized bungalow built 
with a mortgage guarantee 
under the National Housing 
Act. 

In short, people are building 
more economically. Some 
order shell houses which they 
Intend to finish later on a do- 
it-yourself basts. 


Prairie 

Firms 

Leaving 


WINNIPEG (CP) - The In¬ 
surance Bureau of Canada 
aald Thursday a survey of 
members In Manitoba shows 
six insurance companies and 
groups have withdrawn from 
the province or have mads 
definite plans to go. 

The bureau said a further 
11 plan to either withdraw or 
curtail operations to some de¬ 
gree effective Nov. 1, the day 
for introduction of the provin¬ 
cial government's publle car 
insurance plan. 

lYte association said six 
firms are undecided. The sur¬ 
vey drew responses from 42 
licensed companies and 
groups. 

The all-industry group said 
16 firms gWve e data for with¬ 
drawing or curtailing opera¬ 
tions. One made the change 
last Jan. 1, two March 1 end 
two July 1. 

It said 11 companies and 
groups reported they are not 
issuing car policies. 

The government plan offers 
basic, compulsory coverage of 
$50,000 third-party liability. 
$200 deductible and accident 
benefits on th# no-fault princi¬ 
ple. 



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(74 and $560,000); 669 Battery 
(14 and $160,000), and 1122 
McKenzie (33 and $264,000). 

There have been 19 single 
family dwelling unit permits 
issued In the first seven 
months of this year and only 
one for a duplex. Meanwhile, 
permits for 22 multiple dwell¬ 
ing units are producing 782 
placea to hang your hat. 

There just aren't many 
places to build a house in the 
city of Victoria anymore and 
It’s not practical to buy an old 
house in a leeser-value dis¬ 
trict and tear it down unless 
you’re going to build an 
apartment on the site. 

Alterations and additions 
swell the value of permits for 
July to $2,358,3%. It wes the 
kind of month that brought 
emiles to city hall and bigger 
oses when they look at the 
seven-month total of $21,673,- 
820. Last year at this time the 
figure was only $13,719,906 and 
this year’s performance is 
less than $1 million behind the 
big year 1966. 

□ 

If there’s one thing better 
than the Yankee dollar these 
days in Europe, it’s Yankee 
gold. And if there's one thing 
better than Yankee gold, it’s 
Yankee troops. 

That's the way the New 
York Times reasons West 
Germany's reluctance to 
force the U.S. hand by de¬ 
manding gold for their dol¬ 
lars. Bonn has more dollars 
than there is gold in Fort 
Knox. 

U.S- authorities, the story 
goes, have made it clear that 
the demand would be consid¬ 
ered an unfriendly act and 
could have serious repercus¬ 
sions on U.S. troop levels in 
West Germany. They want 
the troops to remain more 
than they want th# gold, 
thereby giving Bonn a bar¬ 
gaining counter in negoti¬ 
ations with Moscow. 

Pickets Block 
Canada Route 

HONOLULU (AP) — Mat- 
son Navigation Co. amid 
Wednesday its plan to provide 
emergency freight service to 
Hawaii via Canada haa fallen 
through. 

Dudley Burchtrd, M*t»on • 
vice-president ot marketing, 
•aid offlclala of tha Interna¬ 
tional Longahoreman'a and 
Warehousemen’^ Union re¬ 
fused to withdraw temporari¬ 
ly pickets at San Francisco ao 
the crewa of two Matson ves¬ 
sels could board them. 

Matson had hopad to aend 
either the Hawaiian En¬ 
terprise or the Hawaiian Olti- 
sen to Vancouver to load 
cargo for Hawaii. 

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Batin (UlnUL Victoria, B.C., Fridoy, August 6. 1971 £ 

French Orders j 

- V. ■ - 'u ' v j 

Mix Up 
Exchange Menu 

a 

Fran Renter, UPI 

Trading on the Parig foreign exchange market. 
Sowed to a trickle Thursday a* a result of new order* ‘ 
forbidding French banks to buy speculators’ foreign ; 
currency. 


Nix on Ad 

Advertisement proposed to Swedish coffee company 
appears to show U.S. President Nixon holding cup 
of the beverage, but hand superimposed on official 
U.S. Qnbaasy portrait belongs to blonde Swedish 
model The company said it wants no part of the 
gimmick.—(AP) . 1 


International Nickel 

Short Demand 
Closes Mines 


Heads of the foreign ex¬ 
change departments of lead¬ 
ing French banks met pri¬ 
vately with officials from the 
Bank of France to discuss the 
measure introduced by the 
central bank Wednesday. 

The commercial banks are 
under Instruction to buy Uni¬ 
ter States doters and other 
foreign currency only from 
legitimate trade transactions - 
not money converted Into 
franca by ■ peculators hoping 
for an upward revaluation of 
the franc- 

Meanwhile In London, the 
French action kept the foreign 
exchange markets rocking all 
day and pinned the price of 
gold near its two-year high._ 

Uncertainties about the real 
effect of the new French rules 
kept the exchange markets 
hectic as operators tried to 
assess the move’s likely im¬ 


pact on France's policies on' 
money and gold. 

Pressure on an already-. 
weak U.S. dollar mounted 
Wednesday after the French! 
action, and persisted Tbui*-£ 
day. Buyers wanted Weat* 
German marks and Swiss 
francs in preferefee to dollar* / 
and the dollar slumped to 
new low against the German* 
currency and was buying only) 
3.44375 marks in early trad-' 
ing. 

The pound got some msr*' 
ginal benefits from doubta - 
about the dollar and waa' 
changing hands at $2.4199, 
close lo Its official "ceiling” f . 
of $2.4200. 

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TORONTO (CP) — Interna¬ 
tional Nickel Co. of Canada 
Ltd. blames reduced demand 
for nickel for its decision to 
out production by seven per 
cent by suspending operations 
at two mines. 

The mines, at Sudbury, 
Ont., and Thompson. Man., 
have a combined work force 
of about 1,000 men but th* 
company said there would he 
no layoffs. The mines will be 
shut down by September and 
the company said the closures 
are timed to coincide with the 
end of student summer em¬ 
ployment programs. 

The announcement from the 
company lYiursday said tha 
mines will be cloeed "tem¬ 
porarily” but a spokesman 
said It would take “several 
months” to reopen the mines 
after a decision to restart had 


GM Prices 
To Average 
$144 Higher 

OSHAWA. Ont. (CP) — 
General Motors of Canada 
Ltd. announced Thursday that 
tentative suggested retail 
prices for its 1972 cars will be 
increased an average of $144 
or 3.6 per cent from 1971 
models. 

Price increase* apply to ell 
the company's models except 
the Chevrolet Camaro and 
Pontiac Firebird, on which 
prices were reduced by about 
1.2 per cent. 

The company said the new 
prices do not Include provi¬ 
sion for the seat-belt warning 
system, which becomes stan¬ 
dard equipment on all models | 
built after Jan. 1, 1972, and j 
price revisions are expected 
at that time 

The announcement follows 
price increases for General 
Motors -products sold in the 
United States. 


been made. The principal 
problem with restarting would 
be personnel recruitment. 

Inco, th# Western world’s 
largest nickel producer, re¬ 
leased its six-month earnings 
report earlier this week, 
showing sales for th* Jan- 
uary-June period down to 
$440.5 million compared with 
$540.8 million in the same 
period of the previous year. 
Profit was down to $62.6 mil¬ 
lion for the first half com¬ 
pared with $102.4 million in 
the first half of 1976. 

The company stock closed 
at $30.75 a share Thursday on 
the Toronto Stock Exchange, 
down 63 cents for the day. 
The stock dosed at $33.63 last 
Friday and the high for the 
year was $47. Value of trading 
Thursday on the TSE waa 
$1 96 million. 

In Sudbury, a spokesman 
for the United Steelworkers 
said the union is not "over¬ 
joyed” with the announce¬ 
ment. 


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Foreclosure for College 


OTTAWA (CP) — Foreclo¬ 
sure action is being taken 
against Rochdale College in 
Toronto. Robert Andras. min¬ 
ister responsible for urban af¬ 
fairs, announced Thursday. 

The announcement said that 
the college is delinquent by 
about 9450,000 in mortgage 
payments to Central Mort¬ 
gage and Housing Corp. and 
has met its full monthly pay¬ 


ment only 11 times in 30 
montlw. 

CMHC provided a loan of 
14.884,000 to Co-operative Col¬ 
lege Residences Ine.. owners 
of the Toronto collefie build¬ 
ing. five years ago. The writ 
of foreclosure will be iought 
by CMHC, Andras said in a 
news mltese. 

The minister said the action 
being taken for financial 


reasons only and should not 
he seen as rrja sort of Judg¬ 
ment about the students at 
the college or their way of liv¬ 
ing. 

Rochdale has been a target 
of criticiam from some 
quarters because It allows 
mixing of the sexes in its liv¬ 
ing quarters. 

“We only reached a deci¬ 
sion after many long talks 


with Rochdale council. Metro¬ 
politan Toronto. Toronto city 
and Ontario officials," Andras 


““We spent months exploring 
alternatives to foreclosing on 
this experiment, longer than 
some people supported. 

"I eventually decided, and 
cabinet agreed, that we had 
no choice. In blunt economic 
terms, we had to act... 


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CALI. Colombia (CP) - A 
seme of humor is a necessity 
Ifi covering an International 
garnet In a foreign tongue. 

The Canadian reporters 
hare tor the Pan-American 
Games .have had little ex¬ 
posure to Spanish — and 
that’s the only language used 
for programs, results and 


On the other hand, Cali has 
never played host to a major 
sports event on this scale and 
It’s that city’s first encounter 
with English-speaking jour¬ 
nalists. 

Consequently, in some situ¬ 
ations, if you couldn't laugh 
you would just burst out cry¬ 
ing. 


Tak# the case of the ch 
en weightlifter*. 

A Canadian reporter, trj 
to make sense at e Spai 
results sheet, called an 
terpreter. 

"What’s this word *i 
lo?,’ " he asked. 

"Means tfticken," the 
terpreter explained. 

"But there’* no shickei 
I mean chicken-clas* 
weightlifting." 

Possibly a little si 
en?" 

And that is how you i 
able to learn the results 01 
bantamweight weightli 
competition. 

Speaking of chickens, t 
was an old rooster that 


Seaboard Forces 


Deciding Game 


Sea board Construction recov¬ 
ered with a four-run burst In 


th# 


sixth inning to defeat 
Strathcona^iotel, 4-2, at Central 
Park Thursday night and level 
their beat-of-three Lower Island 
Senior "B" softball playoff 
serie* at 1-1. 

Strathcona held a 2-0 lead 
after Rob Reid singled in 
Wayne King in the third inning 
and pitcher Bill Polz smacked a 
bases-empty homer In the fifth. 

But the favored Seaboard 
erupted in the sixth inning when 
Rrlan G rex ton singled in Scott 
Sinclair and Muzz Smith singled 
in Bob Lowe for the tying runs. 

Dan Wade got the winning 


run* when he hit a dou 
score Grexton and Smith. 

Strathcona, defeated in 
of 13 meetings with Seabr 
league games this i 
pulled off an upset by \» 
the opener Monday night. 

The teems battled to a 
Wednesday night before 
ness forced a halt after r 
nings. 

The deciding game v 
played at Central Park P 
at 6:45 p.m. 

Strathcona Hotel oot 010 0- 


Seaboard Construction 

000 004 x- 
%*. Geoff Matt (4) an 
King; Gian Bulien and Mux 
Horn* run: strathcona Motet 
Pori 


Exhibition Park 


Racing 

Entries 


VANCOUVER - Entries for 
tonight s thoroughbred racing 
at Exhibition Park: 



114 


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FIRST RACE—Claiming, SI.SSO, 
far three-year-olds and up, ilx and 
one-ha If furlongs: 

Runners Kin (Ottwin) 

Rosie Lu San (no boy) 
wolf Mount aw (J. Arnold) 

Wee Joe* (ho bay) 

Indian Pudding (Wall) 

Yarrum (McLeod) 

Fairest Chief (Sandoval) 

TIs Sweet (R. Arnold) 

Sure Shas Sure (Cuthbertson) 

Roma Roda (no boy) 

Also eligible: 

Duffy Hill (Inda) 

Briar Road (Gilbert) 

Lucky Warrior (Chabara) 

Banchory be bob (Brownell) 
SECOND RACE—Claiming. SI.530. 
two-year-olds, about six fur- 


Men 


114 


117 


117 


114 


Ilf 


in 


m 


117 


longs: 

Paddy Jonas (R. Arnold) 
Burngay (Olguln) 
Rlshalaa (McMahon) 
- ty (Brownell) 


Until l__ 

Fergles Goal (no boy) 
Port Me Ison (K. Smith) 
Sailor* Quest (Sandoval) 
Victors Kid (Cuthbertson) 
Port rush (Chabara) 
McNoon (Wall) 

Alta eligible: 

Haig E (Cuthbertson) 
Royal Alder (K. Smith) 
Terrakeen (Sandoval) 
Venvo (K. Smith) 


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THIRD RACE—Claiming, *1.550, 


and 


Arnold) 


Claiming, 
four-yeer- 
and one- 


tor three-year-old*, 
half furlongs: 

Centura Shot (Gilbert) 

Sutamieh (J. Arnold) 

Nlte Runner (K. Smith) 

Honor Shot (Rhodes) 

Vancouver Island (Wall) 

Fiery Hope (Cuthbertaon) 

Daily Rounds (Olguln) 

Black Talent (McMahon) 

Broadway Bob (Inda) 

Forgotten Queen (R. Arr 
Also eligible: 

Joe Fosta (Sandoval) 

Silver Palace (Frailer) 

Plow Chip (Rhodes) 

We Can Do (Furlong) 

FOURTH RACE - 
|1,SS0, for three and 
aids, Canadian, mile 
sixteenth: 

Leap to Victory (McMahon) 
Chlchamen Tyee (Furlong) 

Ky i-egecy (Salas) 

•wane Kim bo (Chabara) 

Muttlspeed (Brownell) 

Oay and Ntaht (Inda) 

Plying Morning (Olguln) 

Anetefka (no boy) 

Whistle Away (J. Arnold) i» 

True Shot (Frailer) 11a 

Also eligible: 

-Ouilas Mistake (Olguln) 120 

Carmellos Diamond (K. Smith) 120 
Pleat Pryorlty (McLeod) lOf 

-/JFTH "ACE - Claiming, 
*1.700, (or three-year-olds, six and 
one-half furlongs: 

Pilot Flight (Cpabara) 

Table Hawk (R. Arnold) 

Trouble Shooter (Inda) n/ 

Blue Culllin (Frailer) 117 

Myitery Mlstlc (J. Arnold) 112 
In The Groove (no boy) 122 

Emplr* Prince (McLeod) 122 

Sea of Silver (Estapper) 117 

SIXTH race - Claiming, 
*1.530, for three-year-olds and up, 
six and one-half furlongs: 

Himender (no boy) 

Outside Help (Cufhb 


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——._j Help (Cuthbertson) 
Old Fort (Salas) 
fallyctara (Chabara) 
Pecfffc Flam* (McMahon) 
Snow boss (no boy) 

Dr. G G Mac (Brownell) 
Mobile Bay (Frailer) 
Ladvcan (Inda) 

Prince Lamble (J. Arnold) 
Atao eligible: 

Ray Rounder (Wall) 

Hard Bidder (Cuthbertson) 
Choice Lad (Rhodes) 
Kirkliston (Inde) 


Ilf 


114 


Men'" Sho 
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.SEVENTH RACE - Claiming, 
tl.fOO, for three-year-olds and uo. 


six 


114 

US 


.... ,— _.talf furlongs: 

Ksnt Maid (no boy) 

Win Us Some (Cuthbertson) 
Pobreclto (McMahon) 

Gemini Mac (Wall) 

Peers Pence (Rhodes) 

Lancha (J. Arnold) in 

Sultans Sabina (Chabara) 113 

Klppvnlte (Frazier) lt« 

Country Match (no bov) 120 

Weeks Supply (Inda) 11* 

RACE - Allowance. 
*1.700, for three and four-year-olds, 
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Ground Flight (Inda) 11* 

Anitas Willy (McMahon) Ilf 

Knockando (no boy) 10* 

Coral itia (Frazier) m 

The World Is Round (Ollbtrt) 

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IJESJ* Fuok (Salat) 
Shlbebl (Olguln) 


Kings Invadar (Rtx 
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CALI. Colombia (CP) — A 
seme of humor is s necessity 
in covering an international 
games In a foreign tongue. 

The Canadian reporters 
hers for the Pan-American 
Games .have had little ex¬ 
posure to Spanish — end 
that's the only language used 
tor programs, results and 
news releases. 

On the other hand, Call has 
never played host to a major 
■ports event on this scale and 
It’s that city's first encounter 
with English-speaking jour¬ 
nalists. 

Consequently. In some situ¬ 
ations. if you couldn't laugh 
you would just burst out cry¬ 
ing. 


Take the case of the chick¬ 
en weigtrtlifters. 

A Canadian reporter, trying 
to make aenaa at a Spanish 
results sheet, called an in¬ 
terpreter. 

"What’s this ward ‘Gal¬ 
lo?,’ ” he asked. 

"Means shicken,” the in¬ 
terpreter explained. 

"But there’s no shicken — 
I mean chicken-class in 
weightlifting.” 

'PbMiWy a little shak¬ 
en?" 

And that is how you were 
able to learn the results of the 
bantamweight weightlifting 
competition. 

Speaking of chickens, there 
was an old rooster that used 


Seaboard Forces 
Deciding Game 


Seaboard Construction recov¬ 
ered with a four-run burst in 
tha sixth inning to defeat 
Strathcona Jiotel. 4-2, at Central 
Park Thursday night and level 
their best-of-three I/>wer Island 
Senior "B" softball playoff 
series at 1-1. 

Strathcona held a 2-0 lead 
after Boh Reid singled In 
Wayne King in the third inning 
and pitcher Bill Polz smacked a 
bases-empty homer in the fifth 
But the favored Seaboard 
erupted in the sixth inning when 
Brian G rax ton singled in Scott 
Sinclair and Muzz Smith singled 
in Bob Lowe for the tying runs. 
Dan Wade got the winning 

Exhibition Park 


Racing 

Entries 


VANCOUVER — Entries for 
tonight s thoroughbred racing 
at Exhibition Park: 

FIRST RACE—Claiming, tl.SJO, 
tor thrM-ygar-otds and up. »ix and 
ona-hstf furlong*: 

Rwwtrs Kin (Otguin) 114 

Roaia Lu ton (no boy) It* 

Wolf Mounts* (J. Arnold) m 

Waa Jock (no boy) Ilf 

Indian Puddin« (Wall) 123 

Yam/m (McLeod) Ilf 

Fairest Chief (Sandoval) 114 

Tl» Sweat (R. Arnold) 117 

Sura Shes Sura (Cuthbertson) 117 
Roma Roda (no boy) 114 

Also ollsiMd: 

Duffy Hill (Inda) Ilf 

Sr$ar Road (Gilbert) 123 

Lucky Warrior (Chnbara) 133 

lancnorv Sebob (Srowneii) 117 


ions*: 

Faodv 
Surnoay (Olguln) 
Rljhalaa (M -— 


US 


US 


112 




_(McMaten) 

UntM Now (Brownatl) 

Fdralts Goal (no boy) 

Fori Nelson (K. Smith) 
totters Quest (Sandoval) 

Victor* Kid (Cuthbertson) 

Port rush (Chabara) 

Me Noon (Wall) 

Alas eligible: 

Haig E (Cuthbertson) 

Royal Alder (K. Smith) 

Tarrakaan (Sandoval) iis 

Venvo (K. Smith) IN 

THIRD RACE—Claiming, tl.SJO, 
tor three-yaar-oId*, tlx and one- 
half furlongs: 

Centura Shot (Gilbert) m 

Sutamith (J. Arnold) 117 

Nile Runner (K. Smith) 112 

Honor Shot (Rhodes) IQ7 

Vancouver Island (Wall) 117 

Fiery Hope (Cuthbertaon) 117 
Oaily Round* (Olguln) 112 

Black Talent (McMahon) 112 

Broadway Bob (Inda) 122 

Forgotten Queen (R. Arnold) 117 
Ateo eligible: 

Joe Fogfa (Sandoval) it; 

Sliver Palace (Frailer) 112 

Flow Chip (Rhodes) m 

W# Can 60 (Furlong) 

FOURTH RACE - CK 
S1.SJ0, for three and toi 
old*. Canadian, mil# anc 
sixteenth: 

Leap to Victory (McMahon) 
Chlchemen Tyee (Furlong) 

Ky L.tgacy (Salts) 

•wane Kim bo (Chabara) 

Muttltpeed (Brownell) 112 

Day and Ntaht (Inda) 115 

Flying Morning (Otguin) toe 

Anetefka (no boy) 

Whistle Away (J. Arnold) i» 
True Shot (Frailer) 114 

Also eligible: 

Ouiiat Mistake (Olguln) IN 

Carmellos Diamond (K. Smith) IN 
Fleet Pryorlty (McLeod) lOf 

./JFTH RACE - Claiming. 
SI.700, lor three-vear-oldt, six and 
one-half furlongs: 

Pilot Flight (Chabara) 132 

Tabia Hawk (R. Arnold) 117 

Trouble Shooter (Inda) 117 

Blue Culllin (Frazier) 117 

My-.lery Mlstlc (J. Arnold) 112 
In The Groove (no boy) 122 

Empire Prince (McLeod) 133 

Sea of Silver (Ettapper) 117 

SIXTH RACE - Clalmlne. 
*1,550. for three-year-olds and u». 
six and one-half furlongs: 

HI mender (no boy) 119 

Outside Help (Cuthbertaon) 133 

Old Fort (Salat) lit 

tallyelare (Chabara) 114 

Paclffc Flame (McMahon) 114 

Snow Bos* (no boy) Ilf 

Dr G G Mac (Brownell) Ilf 

Mobile Bay (Frazier) 133 

Ladycan (Inda) 114 

Prince Lamble (J. Arnold) 1» 

_ Also eligible: 

Ray Rounder (Wall) 133 

Hard Bidder (Cuthbertaon) m 

Choice Lad (Rhodes) 1IJ 

Kirkliston (Inda) lit 

.SEVENTH RACE - Claiming. 
tl.fOO, for three-veer-olds and uo, 
tlx and ana-half furlongs: 

Kant Maid (no boy) in 

Win Us Some (Cuthbertson) 
Pobreclto (McMahon) 

Gemini Mac (Wall) 

Fears Pence (Rhodes) 

Lancha (J. Arnold) 

Sultans Sabina (Chabara) 

Klppvnlte (Frailer) 

Country Match (no bov) 

Weeks Supply (Inda) 

..tlGHTH RACE - Allowance. 
*1.f00, for fhree and four-year-olds, 
one and on-sixteenth miles: 

Ground Flight (Inda) 114 

Anitas Willy (McMahon) 119 

Knockando (no boy) 10* 

Coral Isle (Frazier) 11* 

“) Kin (R. Arnold) 

-- 


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11* 


170 


Cindy* ) 
Dennis j 


1 (Olguln) 


m 

111 

11 * 


NINTH RACE - Claiming. 
S14I0. for thm-year-okta and up. 


Shlbabl (Olguln: 
FaMfiaar (inda 
King* Invadtr 
Sailor Sioux (l 
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Ilf 


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to welcome the tropic dawn 
•tridently near the quarters of 
Canada’s rifle team. Bruce 
Wilkins of Aneastar. Ont., was 
heard attempting to requisi¬ 
tion r "box of whiz-bangs" 
the day before the rooster fell 
silent forever. 

One Canadian whose beat 
normally Includes football 
was puzzled by the category 
of "mini-mosca" In the boxing 
results. It turned out to mean 
“■mall fly" or flyweight and 
had nothing to .do with Angelo 
Mosca, who wears number 68 
for Hamilton Tiger-Cats. 

The sense of humor extends 
to other athlete*. 

Asked what she doe* for ex¬ 
ercise while waiting for the 
swimming events to start, a 
19-year-old Canadian gummed 


up the plight of many Call vis¬ 
itor*: 

"I run to the bathroom a 

lot." 

Nobody got his name, but 
there was no mistaking the 
French-Canadian origin of the 
man in a red Canadian Blazer 
who stuck his head out of a 
phone booth to complain: 
"doesn’t anybody In this town 
speak English?" 

And so It goes. 


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Strathcona. defeated in 11 out 
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the opener Monday night, 3-2. 

The teams battled to a 1-1 tie 
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Debbie and Penny Finish One-Two, 


Canadian Wins Springboard Event 


- CAU, Colombia (CP) — 
Debbie Van Kiekebelt of 
Mississauga, Ont. won the 
gold medal and Penny May 
of Victoria took the silver 
in the womenis pentathlon 
at the Pan-American 
Games TOranday night. 


Th« two Canadian girls were stay with a superb reverse som- 


Miss Van Kiekebelt, 17-year- 
old North American champion 
and record holder, won the two- 
day event with a score of 4290 
points. 

Miss May, 19 - yeer - old Vic¬ 
toria athlete who also won 
silver medal In the 100-metre 
hurdles, was just 188 points be¬ 
hind with a total of 4112 points. 


far ahead of the bronze medal¬ 
ist, Alda dot Santos of Brazil, 
who totalled 3897 points. Mari¬ 
lyn King of the United States 
os fourth with 3867. 

The gold medal was the sec¬ 
ond won by Canadian women 
Thursday and the sixth gold 
won by the women during the 
first six day* of the two-week 
games. 

Elizabeth Carruthers, a 19- 
year-old drama student from 
Edmonton. won s gold medal in 
the women’s springboard diving 
competition 
Miss Carruthers, who trailed 
Micki King of the United States 
after Wednesday’s seven prelim¬ 
inary dives, moved In front to 


Rider Barred for Life 


ersault with 
twist In her second-last effort. 

She finished with 435.24 points 
to 432.51 for Miss King and 
425.01 for the fast-closing Bever¬ 
ley Boys of Pickering, Ont.. who 
picked up the bronze medal. 

Diving coach Don Webb said 
both Canadian girls saved their 
most difficult dives for the final 
round to outscore the U.S. Air 
Force captain, who also took 
the silver medal in the 1967 
Games at Winnipeg. 

Canadians won a total of six 
medals for the day-night pro¬ 
gram. which involved 23 finals 
in track and field, gymnastics, 
fencing, diving and synchro¬ 
nized swimming. 

The U.S. won 14 gold, Cuba 
six gold and Jamaica one. 


The field hockey team from] basketball team squeezed out a 
British Columbia scored its 154-50 decision over .Canada, 
fourth straight win without de- throwing a damper on the Cana- 
feat, edging Jamaica, 1-0. The I diana’ medal hopes. The Cana- 
Canadians lead the eight- dians had a 2-2 record in the 
country round-robbin tour- seven-country round-robin com- 
nament. petition. a 

The unbeaten U.S. women’s I Canada's men’s basketball 


team, already eliminated from 
the medals race, finished with a 
2-2 record in its four-team pre¬ 
liminary group by defeating the 
Virgin Islands, 72-67. 

Canada won a semi-final 
berth in the soccer tournament 
by defeating the Bahamas, 5-0. 


Cougars Acquire Newcomers 


Debbie Van Kiekebelt of MLsaa&sauga, Ontario, grit* 
her teeth as she prepares to land during women’s 
long jump section of the Pan-Am Games pentathlon 
event. Debbie won the long jump and the pentathlon 
gold medal, edging Penny May of Victoria.—(AP) 


CALI. Colombia (AP) — f'aiusdfcui honseman Robin Hahn 
of Bell* Plain*, Saak.. Thursday was permanently barred 
from Pan-American Games competition for what officials 
called “Inhuman” treatment of his mount during the three- 
day event. 

Oscar Mayorgar of Argentina, president of the Pan- 
American Sport* Organisation, said Hahn would never again 
be allowed to enter Pan American Gaines competiUoa. 

In an interview. Hahn said be had not been Informed of 
the action. 

“The Nomad hasn’t been well.” he said. “He got through 
the steeplechase, but fell. From there, he wasn't able to 
gallop. I tried hard to get him over the IStk feece. I admit I 
wasn’t sparing the leather.” 

Hahn said the “whips we use don’t hart the horse, they 
Just scare him.” 

Hahn, SS, said he thought he should be hrougt before the 
Federation Equestrian de International before receiving such 
a stiff penalty. He said there should be an examination of The 
Nomad to “see whether there are marks on him.” 


Bid by Trail .. . 


... Falls Just Short 


X! MEDALA 

The Canadians added two 
silver and two bronze to their 
gold in the pentathlon and div- 
1 ing and now have a total of 32 
for the Games. 

The Americans have won 108 
medals — 50 gold, 33 silver and 
25 bronze. Cuba's total is 70 — 
18 gold, 37 silver and 15 bronze. 
Canada has seven gold, seven 
silver and 18 bronze. 

Andrew Simard of Montreal 
and Jocelyne Carrier of Quebec 
City won Canada's other 
medals. 

Simard managed to salvage a 
bronze medal in the men’s rings 
gymnastics competition in a 
battle for honors between the 
powerful United States and 
Cuban teams. 

With six gold medals at stake. 
John Crosby of the United 
States edged Jorge Rodriguez of 


Northern California Wins 


Pinch-hitter Tim Jones 
smacked a single with two out 
In the bottom of the seventh in¬ 
ning at Royal Athletic Park 
Thursday night to give Northern 
California's Fruitridge a 1-0 vic¬ 
tory over Trail All-Stars in the 
final of the Pacific Section Babe 
Ruth 16 to 18-year-old tour¬ 
nament. 

The win earns Northern Cali¬ 
fornia a trip to Stamford. Conn., 
for the Babe Ruth world series. 


Cowichan. had battled to the 
final through the losers’ bracket 
by defeating Victoria Fire¬ 
fighter All-Stars, 2-1, earlier 
Thursday night. 

Brian H&magami pitched two 
complete games for Trail, spac¬ 
ing six hits against Victoria and 
allowing four hits to Northern 
California. 

The teams were locked in a 
scoreless deadlock until the bot¬ 
tom of the seventh inning when 


Trail, yvinner of the British I John Myers lined a one-out tri- 
Columbia' tournament at I>ake I pie to the left field fence. 


Then with two out Jones, 
pinch-hitting for Tim Knepple, 
hit the second pitch through the 
middle to score Myer*. 

Victoria used Glen Campbell, 
a left-hander who has been out 
of action for two month* with 
arm trouble, for the first time 
In the tournament. He allowed 
only two hit* but they were 
enough far Trail to snatch the 
victory. 

Campbell struck out seven 
batters and allowed two bases 
on balls. Hamagami struck out 


11 batters and gave up three 
bases on balls. 


Trail's Gary Picone, the only 
left-handed catcher In the tour¬ 
nament, was named most valu¬ 
able player and top batter was 
Brian Scott of the Washington 
team, who had a .714 average. 


Trail 000 000 0—0 3 

Northern California 000 000 1-1 4 ( 
Brian Hamagami and Gary PI cone. 
Curt Matos and Shane Scotl. 


VI r tori* Cougar* Nave acquired four new 
player*, two of whom are rated aa certain to 
be regular*. A 

Eric Bishop, manager of the city entry In 
the Western Hockey League, said Thursday 
that he ha* purchased forward Ervle Miller 
from tfclgary Ontennlals and defenceman 
Peter Kay from Ftln Flon Bombers and 
signed two 17.8. player* for tryouts. 

.MIDer. who Is expected to be one of the 
club’* stalwart’*, and Kay are both rugged 
19-year-otd performers who have shown they 
can take care of themselves in the rough 
going In the WCHL. 

Abie to play either centre or right wing. 
Miller is n stocky 179-pounder who played U 
games with the Centennial* last seasoa. He 
scored only IS goal* but hi* dour play and 


exiwrlence figure to make him a potent fore# 
for the (Cougars. 

Kav Is a Mg fellow — six feet, four Inches 
and 20© pound*. He got Into 98 game* for the 
Kan tern Division champions last season and 
was particularly prominent when the action 
was rugged. 

Signed for tryouts are centre Ric Kennedy 
snd left-winger Mike Phlppen, who both 
played In the round-robin 17.8. junior final 
last season with the Alaska Bear Run club 
from Anchorage. 

Kennedy, a 190-pounder, was selected as 
the tournament's all-star centre while Phlp¬ 
pen, a 170-yound Minnesotan, was the runner- 
up In the all-star voting for his position. 
Both are IS year* old. 


mmm 


Fourth Sandown Win 
For Colivood Stables 


Cuba, who won the over-all title 1 


Colwood Stables, it would ap- 


e Artier this week. In floor exer- I*"- is 00 ,tJ * wa y back 
cises and the pair reversed the Founded by George Harknett. 
placing* in the side-horse event. , Sr., about 30 years ago, 
Crosby defeated team-mate 
John Ellas in the rings with 


Simard tying Rodriguez for 
third place. Both got bronze 
medals. 

It was the sixth medal for 
both Rodriguez and Croaby. 

Tha 15-year-old Miss Carrier 
took a silver medal in the syn¬ 
chronized swimming solo event. 
Heidi O’Rourke of the U.S. won 
the gold medal. 


Tran 100 100 0-2 2 2 

Victoria 010 000 0-1 * 2 

Brian Hamagami and Gary PI cona; 
Gian Campbell and Tom Craig 


Medal 

Winners 


about 30 years ago, Col¬ 
wood Stables had Its share of 
success for about 25 years with 
such runners as Markendell, 
Prince Albert, Harllon and De¬ 
vonshire Cream. Now turned 
over to George Harknett, Jr., 
Colwood Stables hasn't been as 
active at the tracks in the last 
few years. 

But runners wer* being raised 
and that seems to be changing 
Three thoroughbred* have been 
saddled by George. Jr., in the 
four days of the Sandown Park 
meeting and he has four vic¬ 
tories in four starts. 


Dodgi 


As 


ers Gain Full Game 
er Blanks Astros 


Bill Singer fired a six-hitter'one-half game ahead of ChicagoiJohn Strohmayer in the fifth in-1 minors, retired the first 13 bat- 
and struck out 10 baters Thurs-iCubs. ning and Virdon was ejected In iters before Ollie Brown slashed 

day as L<*s Angeles Dodgers The Pirates won a wild game the last half of the same Inning a one-out single in the fifth to 

trimmed Houston Astros. 3-0. at Montreal. 7 2. and the Cubs i when Pirates’ Bruce Kison,spoil a no-hitter. Walks in the 

and picked up a full game on i blanked San Diego. 3-0. on a, brushed back pinch-hitter Jim sixth and ninth innings pro- 


GOLD 

Elisabeth Car rather*. Ed¬ 
monton, women's springboard 
| diving. 

| Debbie tan Kiekebelt. Mia- 
iImsuis, ObL, women's pen- 
| tathlon. 

SILVER 

I Penny May. Victoria, wo¬ 
men’s pentathlon. 

Jocelyne Carrier. Q u e b e e 
| (Tty synchronised swimming. 

BRONZE 

I Beverley Boys, Pickering, 
Ont.. women’s springboard 
I diving. 

Andrew Simard. Montreal, 
men's rings, gymnastics. 


combined Julie's Trophy, a 9-1; . one of two objection* was 

shot, with the 4-1 Agha's Lady. I allowed when Old Homeatead, 
BREAKAGE: Mutuel handle | who crossed the line third In tho 
of 337,533 was the best of the first of the two quarter horse 
three weekdays and it may be Derby Trials, was disqualified 
that the slight gain which has and placed fifth . . . Prince** 
come each day since Friday's Tiepolo, even-money favorite in 
opening is due to fans showing a the eighth race, dropped out of 
bit more interest in the quarter contention because she bled . . . 
horses . . . Kevin Furlong held Saturday's card will have a 


on to his riding lead by getting 
his fifth winner. Ted Sampson 
and Howard Gray moved up to 
challenge with two winners 
each and Jack Palmer, who’ll 


match race between Week’s 
Supply and Frisky’s Charm on 
which win betting will be al¬ 
lowed ... the Colonist Handi¬ 
cap, which will be over six and 


be up with the leaders by:a half furlongs, and the Canadi- 
meet's end, got his first win. It an Quarter Horse Futurity., over 
came in the fourth race on the 350 yards, are co-features Satur- 
impressive Jordoa Ruth Bars! day . . . 


HELD OFF CHALLENGE 

The fourth came Thursday 


First rscs — Quarter hors* clalmli 


snd 


rdi. 


three-yaar-otd* 

Puri# (500 

Flash's Klptvdoo (Gray) 

Whiz Wav (Crystal) 

Also ran: Sleeping Clabber. 

Bar Tack, AnnW Question. Top Sugar 
Bunny, Roys Bright Lady. Bambls 
Jewel. Time 1S:»7 
Qulnalla (4-2) paid B13.90. 


14 00 15.10 


14 00 13.50 
14.50 
Aide# 


San Francisco Giants in the, brilliant one-hitter by Juan Piz- 
Western Division of the Na- 

Willie StargeU. with his 39th. 


tional League. 

The win, which pulled 
Dodgers within six games of the 
Giants, ended a personal four- 
game losing streak for Singer, 
who won his Jast game June 12. 

St. Louis Cardinal* handed 
the Giants their fourth straight 
loss, a 3-2 setback, as Canadian 
rookie Reggie Cleveland, with 
la>t-inning help from Moe Dra- 
bowsky, gained his 10th win in 
19 decisions. 


Jose Pagan and Al Oliver all hit 
home runs and Gene Alley 
chipped in a pair of triples as 
the Pirates romped to their win. 

But Pagan and Pittsburgh 
coach Bill Virdon weren’t 
around to see the finish. 

Pagan was hit by a pitch by 


Fairey. The 'brush’ touched off 
a squabble which led to Vir- 
don's ejection 


duced the only 
base-runners. 


other Padre 


In the only other National 


Pagan's Injury was diagnose | ^ Atlanta Braves 

i n rran^llMif ulna 


as a fractured ulna. 


The Expos lost catcher John 


outlasted New York Mels, win- 


Cost 


s on 


Sp, 


ree 


.... ning 2-1 when Darrell Evans 
Bateman in the second inning i sin g )ed home Sonny Jackson , n 
when he suffered a bruised cla-1 lh( , ]7th in 
vide when hit by a foul tip. 

Pizarro, a 34 year-old veteran | In the American League. Bos- 
only recently recalled from the .ton Red Sox pulled back within 
-four and a half games of Bal¬ 
timore in the East Division by 
edging Detroit Tigers. 5-4. while 



Th# Original Knight 

ItSOLUNAR TABLES 

^Whan To 
Or Hunt 


when Blessed Star held off 
late challenge by Mister 
Blender to win the sixth race 

It was the second win of the 
meeting for the three-year-old 
chestnut filly, who was an odds- 
on winner on Saturday but paid 
38 this time around 

Colwood Stables’ other win¬ 
ners are also youngsters. Miss 
Lisa B, a two-year-old filly, won 
Friday's third race and Sea Of 
Devon, a three-year-old gelding, 
made it an opening day double 
by copping the sixth race. 

MOST PROMISING 

Miss Lisa B. named for 
grand-daughter. and Sc. O' 

Devon, by Windy Sea out orjordon Ruth Bars (Pslmer) S3. 50 13.10 

Devonshire Cream, are both: »'* i s *er p *opl. 4vo 

rated as promising. And still 


Blessed Star (Cotta) 

Mister Blender (Marsh) _ 

Also ran: John O’Lta, Shining Vessel. 
Blue Cherie, Que Cake. Ahead Of Me. 
Sandy* Blue Hawk Tima— 1:14.0. 


quarter 


Second race — Malden claim 
thrae-year-oldt end up, tlx furkx 
Purte $500. 

Julies Trophy (MacKanzIa) $20.40 $8 40 
Aghat Lady (Mllna) $5.1 

.Also ran: Joalln C, Romantic Laliev, 
Kimsqult Bella, Johnnie Mac, Sevan 
Nations. Tim* 1:15.4. 

Qulnalla (1-7) paid $104.40. 


Savanth race — Claiming, 
horse and thoroughbrtds, throe year 
olds and up, 770 yards. Purs* $400. 

Bobs Dee Quest (Sampson) $5.10 $4.40 
Bombard (Gray) 4.20 

Also ran Ballyrobart. Requestawln. 
Crafty Carton, Bay Bull*t. Fair D*d. 
Tim*: 40*0. 


olds and up, six furlongs. Purs# $400. 
Virginia Queen (Gray) 15.40 $4 40 
Night Train (Cuthbartaon) 4.50 

Windsor Not*. “—*-—- 


Third r*c* — Quarter hors# Derby; Lady, (Princess Tiepolo. Tim*: 1:15.0 
Trial. 400 yards. Purs* $500 Qulnella ($-1) paid $4.00 

Miss Jag Cat (Sampson) $22.00 $470 Attendance 1200 (est); Mutuel han- 
Rockln Beth (Palmer) 2.40 die: $37,533 _. 

Also ran: Midas Bars. Tea Bur 
Betty. Old Homestead (finished third, 
disqualified and placad last) Time 
20:40 


According to The Soiuner Tables 
calculated for this area, the best 
times ter hunting and fishing today 
end tomorrow will be as follows 
(Times shown are Pacific Daylight 
Time): 


TODAY 

A.M. P.M. 

Orioles were taking a 5-0 past-j Minor Major Minor Major 

50 11:86 5:25 


Anolher Cardinal rookie. Jose I 
Cruz, slammed a home run and 
formrr Giant Matty Alou drove 
in two runs as veteran Juan 
Marlchal suffered his eighth 
loss in 18 decisions. 


The win kept the Cardinals 
within eight games of the East 
leaders. Pittsburgh Pirates, and* 


Defending Champs 
Clinch Top Spot 


ing from New York Yankees 
In the West Division, Oakland 
Athletics nipped Milwaukee. 2-1 
to remain 14 games ahead of 
Kansas City, who handled Min¬ 
nesota Twins. 7-4. 


unraced and believed by Hark¬ 
nett to be potentially the best 
runner he has owned is Devon 
Sea. The two-year-old. also by 
Windy Sea. has had everything 
from a cough to bucked shins 
this year and won't make his 
debut until he is three. All of 
which hints that 1972 could be * 
banner year for Colwood Sta¬ 
bles. 

Thursday’s program also fea¬ 
tured some more hig returns in 
the combination betting. 


Also ran: De Bar Cat, Highland Blitz. 
Triple J. Cox. Time — 20 40. 

Exacto (2-1) paid 13t.30 


Fifth raca — Malden claiming, three- 
year-olds and up, six furlongs Purse 
$500. 

Sassy Admiral (Furlong) $5.70 $3.40 
Denid) (B**rs) 1790 

Also ran: Top Revs, Multi Mlsst 
Swan Deal. Tall, Stocking Foot. Native 
Ways. Tima: 1:14.0. 

Exacto (5-4) paid $110 10 


WRESTLING 
VICTORIA ARENA 
TI ES.. AUG. 19. 6:00 p.m. 
DOIHLK MAIN EVENT 
KOLOFF v*. HIGUCHI 
I. BEAR v*. McTAVISH 
Mixed Tag Team 
McKENZIE and HAYES 


MARCONI and SKY LO 
Midgets 

BRUTUS v*. ADAMS 

Tlrkrlt xnd Rr«. al AMINA BOX 

ornra-iA-im - »>.». 

I! Hi. Under IS 41-00. 


TOMORROW 

11:05 6:20 


»'o 


Pittsburoh 
St Louis .... 

Chicago 
Naw York 
Philadelphia 

Montreal mo/ 

Western Division 


.422 


P W L T 


41 50 .550 

S 8 •» 


San Francisco 
Los Angeles 
Atlanta 
Houston 
Cincinnati 
San Diego 


w L 


47 47 


9* 54 


54 55 


52 42 


, 'N. West 

• |Coquitlam .... . .. . — ... 

■^ Vancouver 24 1> 1 41* 313 

VICTORIA 77 4 If 0 2f0 371 

Si « (Includes four West Coast games 
.jva « oiayed by Brantford of Ontario 
crossa Association). 

Pet. OBL - 

:s?J , ! NEW WESTMINSTER 
•H* S!.? New Westminster Salmon bellies 
clinched retention of the West 


AMCRICAN LSAOUI 
eastern Division 

W L Pet. OBLi 

Baltimore 44 40 .423 

Boston 63 44 .574 

Detroit 54 51 .532 

Naw York 54 54 . 500 

Washington 44 44 . 407 23 

Cleveland 44 67 .3*4 24Vj| 

Western Division 

passes to boost his total of as- Oakland ~ ~ ^ C *' 

sists to a league high 68 and CUy 

match Shuttleworth’s 117 points. California S3 40 44f if 

Minnesota . 4f 40 . 450 71 

Milwaukee 44 43 . 422 24 


Maior solunar periods, lasting 
1V» to 2 hours, dark type. 

Minor periods, shorter in dura¬ 
tion, light typ*. 


BIGGEST PRICE 

The biggest price of the eve¬ 
ning came in the fifth-race Ex- 
ado when Danaol surprised by 
finished second lo the well-sup¬ 
ported Sassy Admiral and set¬ 
ting up a 3110.10 payoff. 

And the second race quinella 
brought 3101.60 to those who 


o 344 240 goal8 811(1 made seven scoring 

1 357 343 31 


70 3f .442 

§ 8 m y 


Shuttleworth. however, has 
the edge in that Adanacs have 
four games left to three for Sal¬ 
mon bellies. 


iem Lacroase Association cliam-! Gord Frederickson of Bur-' 


Baltimore 000 000 000— 0 2 0 

Naw York 000 000 30x- 5 7 1 

Cuellar 13-5. Dukas (7). Boswall (4) 
and Handrlcks; Stottlemvre 11-10 and 
Munson. 


351 27 

ES$!St { Moon’Jfc.'j " ?! pioriBhlp on Thursday night andjrards. who also has only thrw jSSKiSSS* . °lo SS SSL ! " 

Kison >2 and Sangulllen; Strahmayer Wayne GOSS drove back into the j game* left, had a goal and tWOj Colbert 3-7, Austin (f), Farmer (f) 
4-4, McGinn (4), Raad (4), Raymond f individual 110 i n t 

(4) and Bateman. Boccabaiia (3) racP "VC individual point 


(3fth). Pagan (Sttil'.'Olfvar C6th) 


r 7**h? , * r9 * 11 cha mpionship. 

The Canadian champions out- 


assists and is still within hoping L^ndbiad^fS)? Rk$dkeb*rg«!r 

distance of the co-leaders with <•> #nd hillings 


Chicago 90 ooo ooo 03x^ 3 6 o j scored Vancouver Burrards, 

Kirby 10-9 and Barton; Pizarro 3-1 ll .7 | before 1600 fans to set Up 
the pairings for the playoff se- 
1 mi-finals. Burrards will play 


109 points. 


and Martin. 


Los Angelas 00 200 001—3 7 

Houston 000 000 000-0 5 : 

Singar 4-13 and Hallar, Sims (f); 
Bllllnghem 5-10, Culver (7), Gladding 
(4). Lamastar (9) and Hiatt, Howard 


(4). 


San Francisco 100 000 010-2 11 1 

St Louis 100 101 OOx—3 • 1 

Marlchal 10-4, McMahon (7), Hamil¬ 
ton (8) and Dlatz; Cleveland 10-f, Dre- 
bowsky (f) and Simmons. Home runa: 
Sen Francisco — Kingman (4th); St. 
Louis — Cruz (4th) 


Naw York 

noo 0)0 000 000 000 00-1 IS ( 
Atlanta 001 000 000 000 000 01—2 13 4 
sadackl,. Frlselle (f). McGraw (11), 
Taylor 2-2 (16) and Grote; Kelley Nash i 
•• “ * r M (ll) end Williams I 


( 11 ). 


Salmon bellies and Coquitlam 
Adanacs get the last place Vic¬ 
toria Shamrocks. 

Gobs, who scored five points 
Tuesday to tie Wayne Shuttle- 
worth of Adanacs for the lead 
only to have Shuttleworth come 
up with a nine-point perform¬ 
ance in Victoria on Wednesday, 
has again caught the veteran 
Coquitlam star. 

Goss scored his 48th and 49th 


Jolly 
Event 
Rawson 
A. Tasker 
Voheiis 
Ltz'bargar 
Davidson 
Ca mar on 


tSLm 


Frd'kson 


Bargum 

Quiglav 

Crow# 


0 1 0 Norman 
0 0 0 Mat ha son 
2 1 2 D'Easum 
0 0 12 Parnall 
MOL Henry 
1 0 2 Pindar 
• l I Trier 
0 0 0 wWizoskl 

1 011 W. Goss 
0 2 6 Oianan 

2 4 0 J. Henry 
1 3 4 F- Goss 
o o o Ra* 

0 1 4 Mittal 
0 0 4 Giles 
0 0 0 


1 Detroit 010 000 012— 4 12 1 

simiw w/atT Boston 000 000 05x— 5 10 2 

niw caln 5-7, Scharman (8), Chanc# (8) 

0 , 0 and Freehan ; Peters 11-0, Bolin (f), 
0 i o Lyle (f) and Montgomery. Horn* runs: 

, o n Detroit — Horton (18th); Boston — 
i 2 OiGriW" (2nd). 

1 3 01 - 

0 1 4 Minnesota 012 100 000— 4 12 1 

3 ! 3 Kansas City 100 101 40x— 7 f 1 

1 Al Hall, Williams 4-5 (7), Bebhard (7) 
Mltterweld; Nelson, Butler (4), 

_nathy 3.4 (5). Bargmalar (8) and 

May. 

„ 0 Of 

o 0 41 Milwaukee 000 001 000-1 

• - o Oakland 200 000 10x-2 

Parsons f-13, Morris (4) and Rod¬ 
riguez; Hunter 14-10 and Tanac*. Home 
run*: Milwaukee May (10th); Oakland 
—Jackson (lfth) 


« • g Man, 
l l ® and A 
® 2 S Aberni 

9 9 l Mav. 


1 


Totals 


11 10 21 


Score by period*: 
Vancouver 
Naw Waatmlnatar 


16 U 

II 17 


10—3f 


4—11'and Moses 


_ 000 000 100-1 

... .. 000 000 000-0 . 
and Egan; Wrlghtt 10-11 


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SANDOWN PARK 



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cMerrimai 


Salmon fishing in the Sooke-Vlctoria area the pest 
weeka hasn’t been exactly hopeless, but it has been Mr : 
good. But, Indications ere it is going to be a better year 
expected, and It should atari to liven up almost immedia 
maybe this weekend. 

The size of the pink run will tell the tale and It looks 
there wiU be more pinks than expected but It still isn’t expi 
to be a good year. Two years ago there was e good outp 
fry, but the young pinks didn't leave the strait at the tradit 
time, or by the traditional route. A too-early migration la 
news for survival. 

Early expectation* were for a desperate year in v 
commercial fishing for pinks would be banned, so that all | 
hie pinks could escape to the spawning beds. Seine netters 
going to have to release all the pinks they catch, and It rea 
doubtful just how many of those would survive after the pc 
ment taken In the seine. 

They may etill have to release the pinks they net while 
Ing for sockeye and coho, but It now appears that restrii 
may be relaxed. Instead of leaving the strait early, the 3 
out-migrating pinks may have taken a different route. 

That decision will come at a meeting of fisheries nfflcl 
Vanoouver today when the pink salmon run outlook will I 
assessed. 

If the seiners have to spill out their pinks they will lik< 
allowed an extra day of netting to make up for It . . . four 
Instead of three. 

No decision ha* yet been reached about whether or 1 
allow commercial netters to invade the offshore portions . 
sport* fishing reserve In Juan de Fuca Strait . . . and no 
ia good news for sports fishermen. 

Last week netters picked up a mere 4000 pinks in Ju 
Fuca and sports fishermen got very few. This is the we 
they could normally be expected to hit Sooke sports [ 
waters. 


it ★ ★ 

Get cwt those fluorescent red hootchies and the best 
nows you can find, six ounces to one pound of weight, 
lines and troll reasonably fast along the edges of the tide 

Anglers from Sooke to Oak Bay are still picking up t 
casional big chinook. 

Deep Cove has been fairly good for coho. 

Saanich Inlet has been in a slump for the last few d 
far as hig chinook* are concerned, but some jacks am 
have been picked up along the Bamberton to Mill Bay 1 
Some coho and the odd chinook are being taken in Fin 
Arm waters. 

East Point to Tumbo Island waters have been go 
coho, particularly in the afternoons on herring strip and fl 

Deep Cove is atill producing coho. 

Cowichan Bay has been hot for chinook salmon, me 
or trolHng, in the early mornings, but spotty in the ev 
Most 0# the bigger chinook* are in the 20s, but the odd 0 
reached close to 40 pounds. 

Fishing in Porlier Pass waters is picking up again f 
to six-pound coho. Active Pass has been poor to fair, dep 
upon tides. 

And from Ladysmith north the coho fishing can c 
described as terrific, hitting a fantastic peak between 
ville and Campbell River. 

In Northwest Bay-Nuttall Bay waters, the Spar 
Gerald Island, and the Gap between the point and M 
Island have been hot for coho to eight pounds and gre 
white, red and white and yellow and white flies. 

At Qualicum area, the French Creek-Eagle Crest 
have been good for coho, and the mouth of the Little Qi 
River has been hot for coho to eight pounds and chlnor 
pounds, on Action Flashtall* and bucktails, right on t 
face. 

Deep Bay has been giving up limits. 

All along the upper east coast the salmon have n 
from far out in mid-gulf and around the outer islands 
Vancouver Island shoreline* around the kelp beds. T1 
boats can now get them. 

Last weekend we found the coho on hucktail flies a! 
Miracle Beach kelp beds and far out along the Hem and. 
kelp beds. 

Wednesday morning Norman Solomon of Burnaby c 
37%-pound tyee right off the kelp bed* at Miracle Bea 
Radiant Fuddle Duddle fly. Dr. Tony Borschnick c 
10.13-pound coho in the same area on plug. 

In last weekend’s Distaff Derby at Miracle Beach 
Kathy Booth took top honors with a 6.1-pound coho 
Dykes was second with a 5.11 -podnder. 

Campbell River's coho fishing is still good, getti 
better if that is possible, and the odd tyee is now com! 
the Tyee Pool, just in time for this Sunday's big C 
River derby. 

Big tyee are now being taken at the top end of fl 
Inlet and the odd one has been taken in Gold River wate 

Tyee fishing hasn't started In Albemi Inlet, but ang 
be testing Nahmlnt this weekend. Tyee and chinook* hi 
coming from Holford Ray. Rainey Bay. Vemer Bay 
Mateo In Barkley Sound waters and coho are now beit 
around the Effingham Islands. 

★ * ★ 

Cooler weather has brought rdaxing of thp camp 
You may now have a campfire, with a permit, but for 
sake, please he careful. Access to the wood* is still 
situation and let’s not have some careless recreatloni* 
ger the improving relationship* built up over 10 and nv 
of negotiations. 


Nanaimo, Vic 1 
Gain Lawn Bo 


Rinks from Nanaimo and Vic¬ 
toria West won semi-final 
games Thursday to reach Satur¬ 
day’s final of the Greater Victo¬ 
ria District Lawn Bowling Asso¬ 
ciation holiday tournament at 
the Oak Bay Lawn Bowling 
Club In Carnarvon Park. 

Harry Tuck’s Nanaimo rink, 


made up of Tom Dl: 
Broderick and F 
scored a 117-9 victor: 
Hadfield and his Oal 
of Bobs Boulton. 3 
and John Crawford. 


Swim Record 


LEEDS. England (CP) — 
Bruce Robertson, 17, of Van¬ 
couver, shattered a British 
record in the 100-metre but¬ 
terfly class Thursday at the 
British Amateur Swimming 
Association's annual cham¬ 
pionships. He registered a 
time of 58.6 seconds in a quali¬ 
fying heat, breaking the pre¬ 
vious record of 58.8. 


In the other semi 
Renfrew and his Vi 
rink of Bert Ben 
Boyle and Paul Jenl 
a Laguna Hills, 
skipped by Ellery Fi 
Jim Ritchie and A 
of Victoria reached 
the doubles com pet 
feating clubmates E 
and Allan Jones, 19- 
In the final the 1 
will meet Harvey 
and Qiff Slade of 
Club, Seattle, whe 
Vic Bradley and G 
of New Westminster 
Singles and triple 
be played today ai 


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Victoria, B.C., Fndoy, August 6, 1971 


l squeezed out a 
over Can* 
iper on the Cana- 
iopea. The Cana- 
-2 record In tlte 
round-robin com- 
• 

ten's basketball 


team, already eliminated from 
the medals race, finished with a 
2-2 record in its four-team pre¬ 
liminary group by defeating the 
Virgin Islands, 72-67. 

Canada won a semi-final 
berth in the soccer tournament 
by defeating the Bahamas, 5-0. 


ire Newcomers 


experience figure to make him a potent force 
fur the Cougars. 

Kay la a Mg fellow — aix feet, four Inches 
and 200 pound*. He got Into 58 games for the 
Castcrn Division champions last season and 
was particularly prominent when the action 
was rugged. 

Signed for tryouts are centre Rtc Kennedy 
and left-winger Mike Phlppen, who both 
played In the round-robin U.8. junior final 
hut seaaon with the Alaska Bear Run club 
from Anchorage. 

Kennedy, a 190-ponnder. was selected as 
the tournament's all-star centre while Ptiip- 
pen, a 170-yound Minnesotan, was the runner- 
up In the all-star voting for his position. 
Roth are IS yean* old. 


ndown Win 
xxi Stables 


(lie's Trophy, a 9-1 
! 4-1 Agha's Lady. 

-E: Mutuel handle 
as the best of the 
ays and it may be 
fht gain which hasj 
day since Friday's 1 
je to fans showing a 
crest in the quarter 
Kevin Furlong held 
ling lead by getting 
oner. Ted Hampeon 
i Gray moved up to 
with two winners 
ack Palmer, who’ll 
h the leaders by 
got his first win. It 
f fourth race on the 
Jordon Ruth Bars 


. one of two objections was 
allowed when Old Homestead, 
who crossed the line third in the 
first of the two quarter horse 
Derby Trials, was disqualified 
and placed fifth . . . Princess 
Tlc|>olo, even-money favorite in 
the eighth race, dropped out of 
contention because she bled . . . 
Saturday's card will have a 
match race between Week'a 
Supply and Frtsky’s Charm on 
which win betting will be al¬ 
lowed ... the Colonist Handi¬ 
cap, which will be over six and 
a half furlongs, and the Canadi¬ 
an Quarter Horse Futurity., over 
350 yards, are co-features Satur¬ 
day . . . 


•nd 


. _ labber, 
mb Quatllon, Top Sugar 
Brlflht Lady, Bambis 
|:*7. 

I) Paid 1)3.SO. 


Ing.l Blassad Star (Cotta) $*00 $5.10 

rat. Mltter Blender (MartM t.40 

Alto ran: John O'Lea. Shining Vattei. 
loo (Gray) $4.00 $3.50' Blue Charia. Out Cake. Ahead Of Me. 
vital) $4.50 i Sandvt Blue Hawk Tims—):)4.0. 

Sleeping Clabber. Alda* | _ 

Seventh race — Claiming, quarter 
horse and thoroughbred!, three year 
olds and up, 770 yardt. Purs# MOO. 

Bobs Dee Quest (Sampson) $5.10 $4.40 
Bombard (Gray) 4.20 

Also ran: Ballyrobert, Raquettawln, 
Crafty Carton, Bay Bullat, Fair Dad. 
Tima: <0 60. 


lie, Johnnie Mac, Sevan 'olds and up. six turlongs. fi/rs MOO 
i 1:13 4. Virginia Quean (Gray) $5.40 »4 40 

7) paid |)04 40 | Night Train (Cuthbartoon) 4.50 

' 'ZlL: 1 Also ran: Windsor Note. Crttfwood 

— Quarter horse Derby Lady, (Princess Tiepolo Tima: ):t5.0. 
ds Purs# $500 Quinella (5-1) paid $1.00 

(Sampson) $22.00 $4.70 Attendance 1200 (est); Mutual han- 

(Palmer) a.eo I <$$•: $37,533. _ 

Midas Bart, Tea ~ 


■ — Quarter horte Derby 
rds. Purse $500. 

Bars (Palmer) $3.50 $3.10 
Sampson) 4 vo 

>e Bar Cat, Highland Blitz. 
:. Time - 20.60. 

) paid $39.30 


al (Furlong) $5.70 $3.10 
irs) 17.90 

Top Ravs. Multi Miss$ 
Tail, Stocking Foot, Native 
1:16.0. 

4) paid $110.10 


WRESTLING 
VICTORIA ARENA 
TUBS.. AUG. 10. 8:00 p.m. 
DOt'HI.K MAIN EVENT 
KOI,OFF vs. HIGIJCHI 
L-BEAR vs. McTAVISH 
Mixed Tag Team 
McKENZIE and HAYES 
vs. 

MARCONI and SKY LO 
Midgets 

BRUTUS vs. ADAMS 

TlrkrU and H«. at ARKNA_BOX 


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cMerriman 


Salmon fishing in the Sooke-Victoria area the pest few 
weeks hasn't been exactly hopeless, but it has been far from 
good. But, indications are it is going to be a better year than 
expected, and it should start to liven up almost immediately, 
maybe this weekend. 

The size of the pink run will tell the tale and it looks like 
there will be more pinks than expected but it still Isn’t expected 
to be a good year. Two years ago there was a good output of 
fry. but the young pinks didn't leave the strait at the traditional 
time, or by the traditional route. A tooearly migration la 
news for survival. 

Early expectations were for a desperate year in which 
commercial fishing for pinks would be banned, so that all possi¬ 
ble pinks could escape to the spawning beds. Seine netters were 
going to have to release all the pinks they catch, and It really Is 
doubtful just how many of those would survive after the punish¬ 
ment taken In the seine. 

TY>ey may atill have to release the pinks they net while fish¬ 
ing for sockeye and coho, but it now appears that restrictions 
may be relaxed. Instead of leaving the strait early, the young 
out-migrating pinks may have taken a different route. 

That decision will come at a meeting of fisheries officials in 
Vanoouver today when the pink salmon run outlook will be re¬ 
assessed. 

If the seiners have to spill out their pinks they will likely he 
allowed an extra day of netting to make up for it . . . four days 
Instead of three. 

No decision has yet been reached about whether or not to 
allow commercial netters to invade the offshore portions of the 
sports fishing reserve in Juan de Fuca Strait . . . and no news 
is good news for sports fishermen. 

Last week netters picked up a mere 4000 pinks in Juan de 
Fuca and sports fishermen got very few. This is the weekend 
they could normally be expected to hit Sooke sports fishing 
waters. 

★ ★ ★ 

Get out those fluorescent red hootchies and the best min¬ 
nows you can find, six ounces to one pound of weight, short 
lines and troll reasonably fast along the edges of the tide*. 

Anglers from Sooke to Oak Bay are still picking up the oc¬ 
casional big chinook. 

Deep Cove has been fairly good for coho. 

Saanich Inlet has been in a slump for the last few days as 
far as big chinook* are concerned, but some jacks and coho 
have been picked up along the Bamberton to Mill Bay shores. 
Sime coho and the odd c+nnook are being taken in Finlayson 
Arm waters. 

East Point to Tumbo Island waters have been good for 
coho, particularly in the afternoons on herring strip and files. 

Deep Cove is still producing coho. 

Cowichan Bay has been hot for chinook salmon, mooching 
or trolling, in the early mornings, but spotty in the evenings. 
Most of the bigger Chinooks are in the 20s, but the odd one has 
reached close to 40 pounds. 

Fishing in Porlier Pass waters is picking up again for five 
to six-pound coho. Active Pass has been poor to fair, depending 
upon tides. 

And from Ladysmith north the coho fishing can only be 
described as terrific, hitting a fantastic peak between Lantz- 
ville and Campbell River. 

In Northwest Bay-Nuttall Bay waters, the Spar Buoy, 
Gerald Island, and the Gap between the point and Mistaken 
Island have been hot for coho to eight pounds and green and 
white, red and white and yellow and white flies. 

At Qualicum area, the French Creek-Eagle Crest waters 
have been good for coho, and the mouth of the Little Qualicum 
River has been hot for coho to eight pounds and chinook to 22 
pounds, on Action Flashtalls and bucktalls, right on the sur¬ 
face. 

Deep Bay has been giving up limits. 

All along the upper east coast the salmon have returned, 
from far out in mid-gulf and around the outer Islands to the 
Vanoouver Island shorelines around the kelp beds. The little 
hoafs can now get them. 

Last weekend we found the coho on hucktail flies along the 
Miracle Beach kelp beds and ter out along the Hernando Island 
kelp beds. 

Wednesday morning Norman Solomon of Burnaby caught a 
37%-pound tyee right off the kelp beds at Miracle Beach on a 
Radiant Fuddle Duddle fly. Dr. Tony Borschnick caught e 
10.13-pound coho In the same area on plug. 

In last weekend's Distaff Derby at Miracle Beach Resort 
Kathy Booth took top honors $Y'th a 6.1-pound coho. Cathy 
Dykes was second with a 5.11-podnder. 

Campbell River s coho fishing is still good, getting even 
better if that is possible, and the odd tyee is now coming from 
the Tyee Pool, just in time for tills Sunday's big Campbell 
River derby. 

Big tyee are now being taken at the top end of Muchalat 
Inlet and the odd one has been taken in Gold River waters. 

Tyee fishing hasn't started In Albemi Inlet, hut anglers will 
be testing Nahmint this weekend. Tyee and chinooks have been 
coming from Holford Ray. Rainey Bay. Vemer Bay and San 
Mateo In Barkley Sound waters and coho are now being taken 
around the Effingham Islands. 

★ ★ ★ 

Cooler weather has brought relaxing of the campfire ban. 
You may now have a campfire, with a permit, but for heaven's 
sake, please be careful. Access to the woods Is still ■ touchy 
situation and let’a not have some careless recreationist endan¬ 
ger the imfiroving relationships built up over 10 and more year* 
of negotiathyns. 



Lo$t to Lion* 

offensive guard Trevor 
thl will undergo surgery 
for torn ligaments la hfat right 
kaee and will be lost to EX). 
I .Ions for at least M days. Ek- 
dahl suffered the Injury 
against Edmonton Eskimos 
Wednesday night an the lions 
lost. M l*. Ray Lychak Is ex¬ 
pected to take Ekdale’s place 
In Ihe lineup Monday against 
Winnipeg Blue Bombers. 


Quebec Juniors Win Team Title, 
Lead Individual Event at Colwood 


By MAX LOW 

Quebec won the team crown 
in the Candlap junior women's 
golf championship at Royal Col¬ 
wood Thursday and didn't even 
need the services of Individual 
leader Louise La Rochelle to do 
it. 

Miss LaRoohelle had a bad 
time in the trials and failed to 
make the Quebec team but she 
showed she la still the prov¬ 
ince's No. 1 Junior by carding a 
second-round 80 for a 161 total 
and storming six strokes ahead 
of her closest rival. 

Quebec in a show of strength 
filled the next two places with 
team members to carry off the 
C.L.GA. Junior Girl* Challenge 
Trophy 


B.C. Open Tennis 


Unseeded Texan 
Trips Favorite 


Unseeded Avery Rush of 
Amarillo, Texas, emerged as 
the dark horse of the British 
Columbia Open tennis cham¬ 
pionships Thursday when he 
swept aside top-seeded Mike 
Mullan of San Francisco. 6-1, 
6-2. to reach the men's singles 
semi-finals. 

Rush plays Steve Bartlett of 
Hawaii at 1 p.m. today at the 
Racquet Club. Bartlett defeated 
Paul Kent of New Westminster, 
76. 6-3. 

Peruvian Davis Cup player, 
Felix Ponti and Manuel Ca*- 
tenada of Mexico clash at 11:30 
a.m. in today s other semi-final. 
Ponti beat American Keith Bar- 
dellini, 7-5, 6-1. and Castenada 
blasted Rod Novio of Seattle, 
W). 64). 

Top-seeded Hedy Jackson of 
Portland meets Mary Delay of 
Kirkland, Wash., in one semi¬ 


final in the women's open sin¬ 
gles at 11:30 a.m. and Mary Hill 
of Sacramento, Calif., plays 
Evelyn Houseman of Los An¬ 
geles in the other at 1 p.m. All 
reached the semis with wins 
Wednesday. 

Outsider Rush also reached 
the semi-finals of the men’s 
doubles Thursday with his 
partner, Ed Innerarity, also of 
Texas. They defeated Cas¬ 
tenada and Ponti 7-6, 7-5, and 
play the winner of a semi-final 
between Mullan and veteran 
Hank Moon and Bob Benton of 
Los Angeles and Al Stultz of 
Seattle. 

Semi-finals will be played 
today also In the Pacific North- 
w e s t Seniors championship, 
being run In conjunction with 
the Open, and all finals will be 
played Saturday. 


Debbie Wexler of Montreal, 
added an 82 to her first-round 85 
for a 167 and Dianne Mercure of 
Villa Ml. Royal was one stroke 
higher with an 83 for a M8 total. 

The two girls gave Quebec e 
total of 335 to finish 11 strokes 
ahead of the second-place 
fending champions, British Co¬ 
lumbia. 

The best two of three scores 
each day were used to deter¬ 
mine the team championship, 
played over 3G holes. 

nDebbie Wexler of Montreal, 
the third member of the Quebec 
team, tired an 85 for a 178 total 

B.C., which started as favor¬ 
ite and held a one-stroke lead 
over Quebec after the first 
rowd, collapsed Thursday. 

The two holdover members of 
last season's winning team, 

Carol# Morrissey of Penticton 
snd Sharon Janzen of Prince 
George, both failed to live up to 
pre-tournament expectations. 

Miss Morrissey had another 
87 for a total of 174 and Miss 
Janzen, in second place Just one 
stroke behind Miss LaRochelle 
in the individual standings with 
her 82 Wednesday, slipped a 91. 

Vajerie White of Vancouver's 
Marine Drive bettered this with 
a 90 which, with Miss Morris¬ 
sey’s 87. gave B.C. 177 for the 
second round and 346 for the 
two days. 

Nova Scotia surprised by fin¬ 
ishing third with 359. Ontario 
was fourth with 364 and then 1 toured the first nine holes of the 
came Manitoba and Saskatche¬ 
wan, each with 366, New Bruns¬ 
wick and Prince Edward Island, 
with 368 each. Alberta with 382 
and Newfoundland with 456. 


Prince Edward Island won Best °f the Victoria golfers .185 after two 


the Mary Pyke Rose Bowl for 
the low net team total with 312. 

Quebec actually placed first 
with a total of 299 but a team 
cannot win both the gross and 
net trophies. 

B.C. was third with 314 and 
Saskatchewan fourth with 318. 

Miss Savoy axon the trophy 
for the low gross score by 
team member after 36 holi 
and Margo Roxburgh and Mias 
White won the trophy for the 
best performance by two 
players from the same club. 
Misses Roxburgh and White, 
who play out of Vancouver's 
Marine Drive, had a 371 gross. 

Biggest threat to the three 
Quebec girls in today's final 
round of the 54-hole individual 
championship could come from 
another non-team player, f 
zanne Ethier of Timmins, Ont 

Miss Ethier played brilliantly 
to card a 81 Thursday, the 
cond-best score of the day, and 
slash her first-round score by 10 
strokes. It gave her a 172 total 
and put her in fourth place. 

Miss Janzen and Karen 
Hulteng are tied for fifth spot 
with 173s and Miss Morrissey Is 
grouped with Cheryll Gibb of 
Kingsville. Ont., and Robin Wal¬ 
ton of Clarkston, Wash., another 
stroke back. 

But Miss LaRochelle. 18-year- 
old Quebec champion in 1970, 
showed she is going to be a 
force to contend with today. She 


tough 6119-yard course In 
strokes, the same total as she 
had at the halfway mark in the 


It, and 

were Jill Smith of Uplands, who I Joanne Mick of Gorge Vale with 
was grouped with four others on) 190. 


WCHL Selects 

. s i v.: J :;jv : *. • >w . ,-m'> •* .:*) 

Administrator 


SASKATOON (CP) - Tom 
Fisher, a lawyer from New 
Westminster, has been appoint¬ 
ed executive-secretary of the 
Western Canada Hockey 
League, WCHL president Jim 
Piggott of Saskatoon has an¬ 
nounced. 

Appointment of Fisher com¬ 
pletes the WCHL management 
staff. Fisher and Piggott will 
run the league office, a job han¬ 
dled last year by Ron Butlln of 
Calgary. Butlln resigned bis po¬ 
sition at the annual meeting in 
June'. 

Fisher, 47, has been adviser 
and counsel for Kenny McKen¬ 
zie and the late Fred Hume as 
owners of the New Westminster 
Royals of the old Pacific Coast 
and current Western Hockey 
Leagues. He served in a similar 
capacity for Hume as owner of 
Vanoouver Canucks of the 
WHL. 

As executive-eecretary, Fish¬ 
er will handle player registra¬ 
tions and lists and will coor¬ 
dinate (he officiating staff in the 
four-province league. Each 
province, embracing three 


Finn in Manitoba: Regina, Sas¬ 
katoon and Swift Current in 
Saskatchewan: Calgary. Ed¬ 
monton and Medicine Hat in Al¬ 
berta; and Vanoouver, New 
Westminster and Vielnria In 
B.C. 


New Contract 

TORONTO (CP) — John 
McLellan, 43-year-old coach of 
Toronto Maple Leafs, has 
signed a new two-year contract 
with the National Hockey 
League club. 


last nine in 41. 


Final Team Totals 


QUIBBC (335) 
Dabble Stvoy 
Diane Mercure 
Debbie Wexler 


1542-167 
15-13—168 
9345-171 


Heard and Hill 
Share Golf Lead 


AKRON. Ohio (API - Mike 
Hill curled in a 30-foot birdie 
putt on the 18th hole Thursday 
for a four-under-par 67 and a tie 
with Jerry Heard for tht first 
round lead In the 3150,000 Amer¬ 
ican Golf Classic. 

Hill, hampered by putting 
problems in a winless year, 
played brilliantly on Firestone 
South’s greens, rolling In six 
putts for birdies to offset three 
bogeys In near perfect weather 
over the 7180-yard layout. 

Heard, whoee best 1971 finish 
I was seond at Memphis, played 
I steadier, sinking short birdie 
putts at Nos. 2. 16 and 17. 

They were one shot ahead of 
Gay Brewer and Fred Marti, 
two more pros who have not 
{won on the regular tour this 
season. Marti did win the Satel¬ 
lite Ontario. Calif., event during I 
the winter, however. 

Five players were deadlocked I 


at 69s — Terry Wilcox, Bob 
Lunn, John Miller. Dale Doug¬ 
lass and Bob Stone. 

Among six tied at par 70 was 
Arnold Palmer, bidding for an 
unprecedented fifth tour 
triumph this season. It was the 
first time in nine rounds that 
golfing's millionaire from La- 
trobe. Pa., had not led the field. 

Jack Nicklaus, 1971 PGA win¬ 
ner who pairtd with Palmer to 
win the National Team Cham¬ 
pionship last week, ran Into 
trouble on the greens and was 
among 15 players in a logjam at 
73. 

George Knudson of Toronto 
had a 75 and Wilf Homenuik of 
Winnipeg 79. 


BRITISH COLUMBIA (346) 
Sharon Janzen 82-91—173 

Carola Morrlttav 1747—174 

Valaria Whitt S740—177 

NOVA SCOTIA (3*9) 

Martha Welker 9546-179 

Susan Bowsar 90-95—1 S3 

Dabblt McDonald 95-90-1*5 


Individual 

Scores 


Louisa Larochalla 
Debbla Savoy 
Dianna Marcura 
Suzanna Ethltr 
Karan Hultans 
Sharon Janzen 
Charyll Gibb 
Carola Morrlaaav 
Robin Walton 
Ruth Max wall 
Valeria Whlta 
Debbla Wexler 
Jane Lord 
Marsha Walker 
Glnny Burkay 
Ann Hanlay 
Kathy Hobklrk 
Haather McSporran 
Brenda Froaoftkv 
Donna Start 
Susan Bowser 
Pamela Jehm 
Tarry Arlza 
Dabble McDonald 
Kathy Nixon 
Jill Smith 
Beth Irwin 
Debbla Daymond 
Carln Me Be an 


finrt round, snd then did the] Mam,, adU hav. It* own ref- 
eree-in-chief. 

All policy statements and de¬ 
cisions will come through the 
league's board of directors, 
headed by Piggott. 

The WCHL this year expand¬ 
ed into B.C. from the prairies 
and now consists of teams in 
Winnipeg, Brandon and Flln 


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Nanaimo, Vic West Rinks 
Gain Lawn Bowling Final 


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SASKATCHRWAN (366) 

Brenda Proaoftky 9447—1*1 

Lynne Cook 94-91-1*5 

Donna Knudson 102-99—200 

MANITOBA (364) 

Tarry Arlza 9*47—1*6 

Cathy Nixon 93-93-1*1 

Donna Price 944B-19I 

ONTARIO (3*4) 

Chary) Gibb *#46-174 

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and Allan Jones, 19-13. 

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and Cliff Slade of Queen City 
Club. Seattle, who eliminated | 
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Single* and triples games will 
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Corcoran. Don Anthony and 
Tom Owen while Tommy Dixon. 
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Nanaimo clash with the Burn¬ 
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Victoria, BC, Friday, August 6, 1971 


U.S. Doctors Told 


***** 

X-Ray Impact 
Not Known 
—So Go Easy 


WASHINGTON (UPI) — The Public Health 
Service Thursday urged the nation's doctors to 
voluntarily reduce the use of x*ray examinations be¬ 
cause their impact might not be evident for many 
generations. 

The PUS, evaporating with 
the American Medical Associa¬ 
tion and the American Col¬ 
lege of Radiology, made the 
recommendation in a publica¬ 
tion sent to 300,000 doctors 
and to medical students, po¬ 
diatrists, veterinarians and 
radiologic technokigiaU. 

"In stene instances . . . 
as much as two-thirds at the 
present exposure may not 
contribute to diagnostic infor¬ 
mation and therefore may be 
unnecessary," the booklet 
said. 

Surgeon General Jesse 
S t e i n f e I d said "expi«ure 
should tie given only when the 
imlenlial benefit clearly out- 
weights the potential hazard, 
and all unnecessary ex¬ 
plore should tie avoided." 

'Die Uioklet cited what is 
said was evidence of unneces¬ 
sary radiation from medical 
x-rays 

"No cause for alarm is seen 
at the present level of gene¬ 
tically significant dose (the 
effect on future generations) 
from medical diagnostic pro¬ 
cedures," It said. "Still, there 
is evidence that the dose 
could lie further reduced with¬ 
out interfering with he very 
substantial tienefits the |>ublic 
now derives from medical x- 
iays." 

it referred to a I’HS study 
that found "more than half of 
the genetically significant 
dose is now being delivered 
by radiation which is outside 
ttie film area ' The l*HS said 
in the study it found a com¬ 
mon tendency to use x-ray 
beams substantially larger 
than ttie film they were in¬ 
tended to cover 
The pam|ihlet said ttie medi¬ 
cal use of x-rays is increas¬ 
ing 7 per cent a year, a trend 
that is likely to continue. 

In determining who should 
i>e x-rayed and under what 
circumstances the doc.br 
ala slid consider not only the 
individual patient hut the im- 
pad of increasing radiation 
exposure on the human race, 
the PUS said. 

The tMMiklet told dochrs to 
exercise particular caution 
with x-rays of pregnant 
women ami young men and 
women of procreating age 

Hospital . 


Peterson 

Proposal 

‘Irrational’ 


VANCOUVER (CP) - Two 
criminal rehabilitation ex¬ 
perts say Attorney-General 
1-eslie Peterson's suggestion 
that drug traffickers should 
never be paroled from prison 
1i wrong and Irrational. 

Mervyn Davis, executive 
director of the John Howard 
Society which helps ex- 
prisoners get re-established, 
said Wednesday he would su|>- 
jport Peterson’s proposal If he 
thought it would deter ding 
trafficking. 

But it wouldn’t affect traf¬ 
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most of the people caught are 
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ators, Davis said. 

Dave Berner, executive 
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dnig addicts, alwtoolics and 
exconvicts, said he found it 
hard to consider Peterson’s 
"irrational" suggestion 
seriously 

"To deny pushers parole is 
to deny them the chance to 
change," he said 

Peterson has urged the fed¬ 
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Summer Color 


Flowering shrub* are enjoying quits 
• w«v« o I popularity these days, 
chiefly, I think, because they cut down 
the work of maintaining the garden, 
leaving more time lor golf, fishing, or 
just plain loafing. 

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of our common shrub*, r do their 
blooming in the spring and early 
summer, leaving the garden catarleea 
the rest of the season, or et least until 
berries or fruits appear. 

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kinds which bloom late in the season. 1 
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yesterday — Hibiscus syrisous, the 
Bose of Sharon, a shrubby relative of 
the hollyhook. Another, and one that has 
the most striking appearance of all the 
late bloomers, is the California Tree 
Poppy, Romneya ooulteri. 

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Imagine, if you can, a great white 
poppy, five inches across, with petals 
Uke thin satin, crimped and crumpled, 
and tn the centre a mess of golden 
stamens. The blossoms have a pleasing 
but not very powerful fragrance, too, 
and even die paper-Uan leave# are 
attractive, with a bluish ting# to the 
green.. 

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usually frqm late July well into 
September, and a well-established 
specimen, six or eight feet tall, oovered 
all over with these huge white satin 
flowers, is really something to stop you 
dead in your tracks. 

The California tree poppy grows 
freely enough onoe It is settled down in 
s location to tts liking, but it isn’t easy 
to get it going. 

For one thing, it detests any 
disturbance to its roots — a character¬ 
istic of all members of the poppy family 
— and for this reason, the plants are 
alwuys sold In a container, plant very 
carefully, with the ball of soil around 
the roots unbroken. 

It may be planted In the spring or 
the fall, but ss it resents any further 
transplanting, it should be placed where 
it may remain undisturbed for years, 
and where it mey be allowed to grow to 
its full proportions. 

A Romneya may eventually occupy 
quite s bit of space, as it tends to "run 
et the root'' as it settles down, and 
every year it will be a little wider end a 
little taller. In the course of time you 
will have an impressive mass of blue- 
green foliage, beflagged all over with 
its great white crinkled poppies. 

In its native home — Southern 
California — Romneya grows in full sun 


and la never exposed lor long to hard 
frosts or to very damp conditions. This 
far north, it is essential to give it full 
exposure to the sun and to make sure 
the drainage is beyond reproach, for the 
fleshy roots will rot in a soggy, low- 
lying site. 

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A sandy loam will serve admirably. 
In a severe winter the topgrowth will lie 
cut to the ground by frost but the plant 
will sprout again from the roots and 
always seems to make a good come¬ 
back. 

For some reason which I do not 
understand, I have never been able to 
get a cutting of Romneya to root. The 
plant Isn’t easy to grow from seed 
either — in nature, seedlings spring up 
freely in burnt-over land but are 
reluctant starters elsewhere. 

However, the plant can be increased 
fairly easily with root cuttings. You 
burrow down and cut off a bit of flesh) 
root about three inches long. 

This is planted — right side up — in 
sandy soil in a coldframe or propagat¬ 
ing case, and in due course the young 
shoots will emerge. It is always best to 
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<Jack$mith 

You Have My Disraeli 


By chance I encountered a 
friend in a downtown restau¬ 
rant at lunch the other dky 
and she asked ms, "What 
have you done with Diaraeli?" 

It isn’t a question you hear 
much these days; 1 was at a 
loss tor an answer. 

"Don't you remember? You 
have my Disraeli." 

"I dot" 

"You borrowed it. Ages 
ego." 

A * * 

It came to me. Two or three 
years earlier, It must have 
been, she had lent me e oopy 
of a new biography of 

Disraeli, mutating that I reed 

it 

"Then you're the one," I 
said, "that lias my Bertrand 
Russell." 

She had forced the Disraeli 
on me as leverage to borrow 
my new autobiography of Ber¬ 
trand Russell, Volume 1. 

"Yes," she said. "I do. I’m 
not giving it back till you give 
me back Disraeli Bertrand 
Russell is hostage." 

I left her with a promise to 
check my shelves as soon as 1 
had a moment and gel 
Disraeli back to tier. I hadn't 
any idea where it was. That 
night I ran through my books, 


which are kept in the most 
casual disorder in four rooms 
and an annex in the garage. 
Disraeli didn't turn up. 

* * * 

Several other books, howev¬ 
er seemed to be strangers. I 
couldn't remember buying 
them or receiving them as 
gifts, but there they were. 1 
made a separate shelf of the 
books which, in my memory, 
had no history. I began think¬ 
ing about them. 

What about Mirads at Phi¬ 
ladelphia, The Story of the 
Constitutional Convention, by 
Catherine Drinker Bowen? It 
liad been lent to me, 1 re¬ 
membered dimly, by someone 
who didn’t know about my 
pltohia. I can’t read books by 
women with three names. 

* A * 

Whence came The Ghost in 
the Machine, by Arthur 
Koestler? At least I’d read it. 
Koestler's thesis, as I remem¬ 
bered. was that the only way 
for the human spaelea to save 
itself from itself was through 
biological and psyclnikigical 
control of human nature, per¬ 
haps by pills. 

Someone had lent me the 

book with the provision that 


lie must have it hack; it was 
his bible. Or was it a she? 

How did I acquire Bird 
Thou Never Wert, by Bill 
Vaughan; or a slim volume 
bound in green suede titled So 
Boulder Dsm Was Built, by 
George A. Pettit; and what 
about Exposition Memories; 
San Diego 1016," by George 
Wharton James? 

There were many others. 
Books that had floated into 
my mainstream end got stuck 
on the rocks of my procrasti¬ 
nation. It seemed unlikely 
that I would ever remember 
their original owners. It gave 
me a vague feeling of lar¬ 
ceny. Failing to return a 
friend's book isn’t really 
much better than theft. 

GAG 

Then it occurred to me that 
over the years I must have 
lent as many books as I bor¬ 
rowed; probably a good many 
more. It's a kind of arro¬ 
gance, forcing a book on 
someone, as if you know what 
is good for his mind. I'm 
always doing it. 

"You haven’t read The 
Cirous of Dr. Ijui? My good 
fellow, where've you been!’’ 
It’s a form of oneupsmanship 
It gives the other fellow the 


uneasy feeling that he's illit¬ 
erate, or has missed out up an 
important vein in lift. 

I must have lent hundreds 
of books that never came 
back, books that now rest on 
other people's shelves as per¬ 
manently as Bird Thou Never 
Wert rests on mine. Most like¬ 
ly they bear no mark that 
identifies them with me. 

G G G 

I don’t have personal book¬ 
plates, and I don't like to 
write my name in a book 
unless 1 wrote the book, which 
is very rarely the case. 

I've decided to make a 
game out of it, restoring my 
borrowed books to their 
owners and at the same time 
trying to recover some of my 
own strayed sheep. It might 
lie a pleasant summer diver¬ 
sion. At least it should bring 
mi L>geUier with some old 
friends. 

G G G 

For a start, I've found 
Disraeli. He was in the 
garage after all. In the Good¬ 
will pile. I just hope the 
woman who lent him to me 
remembers that the old boy's 
jacket was tom to shreds and 
he smelled of mildew. 


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Thinks Aloud 


Frank’s Girl 
Expendable 

Reprlpe Records has decided it can afford to do without 
Nancy Sinatra's talents. Her contract hasn't been renewed. 
This isn't the first time Nancy has locked horns with Reprise 
in contractual negotiations. But in the past, while her Daddy 
was the miner star of that la lad. she invariably g<* Iter way. 
Tills lima Nancy had to stand all by herself as she made her 
demands for more money, dissevering it was a much 
different hall game without Frank backing her up. 

tieorgv Kennedy has decided, "I'd he out of my mind to 
take on any more work." So he has turned down a key role in 
the big-screen version of The New Oamurions, even though 
producer Richard Ft«l*« her promised to squeeze camera calls 
into George's Sarge TV work schedule. 

Tough turn for comic Art Metrnno. Just as his nice 
break, a regular berth in the September-dabuting Chicago 
Teddy Bears series came along, his marriage went Kaput. 

Oliver Reed dropped me a Una from Blighty to boast that 
ha lost 21 (pounds since returning from The First of January 
shooting in Denmark an overweight 216. Best of all, wrote 
Oliver, he didn't even have to rush off to ons of those fat 
farms tn diet off the excess padding. He just paid frequent 
visits to the sauna at his Wimbledon home ., . Also from 
London comes the tip that Albert Finney is straining at the 
marital leash, behaving as if his union with Anoek Aimee is a 
bit too confining fur comfort. 

On Warners' slialved inventory is The Phinx, which the 
studio is trying to figure out what in the world to do with. 
Executives there tell me that Mike Ansars starred, which 
featured cameos with suah oid-timers ss Redy Valle and Jeea 
Blonde II, definitely won’t go into theatres and there's even 
d.Miin m to wtiedier H should he offered to TV. It must be a 
real duozy i 


People who stop the action 
to applaud a witty line in a 
play would not think of 
interrupting the musio to 
applaud an especially beauti¬ 
ful phrase in a symphony; but 
isn't the situation much the 
same? 

The most pathetic summer 
groups of people are those 
would-be writers who make 
annual pilgrimages to writers' 
conferences and "workshops," 
hoping wistfully that some of 
the lecturers' talents will rub 
off on Uiem. 

It's easy to tell a married 
coupla who have had • 
quarrel just before coming tn 
a party - sha is terribly busy 
being gay, and he is careful 
not to engage in any corner- 
conversation with an unat¬ 
tached woman. 

The biggest bore tn the 
world is ths professional Old 
Timer who remembers every¬ 
thing and understands noth- 
iig. 

One inexpensive reform the 
auto manufacturers could 
make is to remove those silly 
clocks from dashboards - 
which hardly anyone looks at 
after tile first few weeks - 
and replace them with a built- 
in compass so that the 
motorist can tell which way 
he is going in ths bewildering 
complexity of modern super¬ 
highways. 

One of the finest religious 
Insights was expressed by 

Martin Buber, in his Tales of 


tiie Hassidim, when he quoted 
an old Rabbincal scholar as 
saying, "It is not the saints 
that ara in paradise, but 
paradise that is in the 
saints." 

A "judge" if an official who 
sentences a stranger the 
judge has never seen before, 
to a prison the judge has 
never visited, on ths basis of 
a law the judge did not make, 
and in the absurd hope that 
this stranger's close and 
enforoed association with 
other "criminals" will some¬ 
how make him a better man 

The trouble with technology 
is that while it keeps devising 
new ways tor us to spend 
money, nobody so far has 
coma up with a successful 
new way tor us to make It 

One reason that literature 
is less able to depict noble 
characters than patty ones 
was nsatly put by Jonathan 
Swift, when he pointed out: 
"Elephants are always drawn 
smaller than Ufa, but a flea 
always larger." 

The better part of valor Is 
not discretion but conserva¬ 
tion - knowing how to save it 
for matters of principle, and 
not to dissipate K on mere 
vexations. 

Administrative morale is 
slweys low in an autooratic 
company ; for it is Impossible 
tor the junior executives to be 
on their toes and on their 
knees at the same time. 


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Seafood. Cold Cut*. Salada, 

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★ Water and Field Sport# 

★ Traditional Indian Dance# 

★ Salmon Barbecue ★ Clam Chowder 

★ Corn on the cob 

War Canoe Race# — Sunday Only 

Also . . . 

Official Opening 

BOAT RAMP 

1:00 p.m. Saturday, August 


The Plaza R 

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WORLD’S LOVELIEST ATTRACTIONS. ROMANTIC 
NIGHT LIGHTING . . . SMASHING STAGE ENTERTAIN. 
MENT . . . FLORAL RESTAURANT . . . BEGONIA 
BOWER . . . SHOW GREENHOUSE . . . FASCINATING 
SEED AND GIFT SHOP. OPEN EVERY DAV * A.M. to 
11 P.M. Most sightseeing tours will take you during the 
day and for the night lighting and evening shows. Lots 
of free parking for cars, trailers and campers while visit¬ 
ing the Gardens. 

FRIENDS ARRIVING? Take them to see these lovely 
gardens. One of the nicest and most appreciated ways 
to entertain. 

KEPT CONTINUALLY AT A PEAK OF PERFECTION. 
New plantings, arrangements, fresh bloomi—every week 
presents a new and excitingly different Butchort Gardens. 
Ever changing, always lovely! 

DEVELOPED FROM AN ABANDONED CEMENT 
QUARRY over 66 years ago, they are now considered one 
of the world's most outstanding attractions. Embracing 
•TO acres, actually six different gardens—fabulous Sunken, 
Lake Garden featuring the Ross Fountains, English Rose, 
quaint Japanese, stately Italian and the great Stage Show 
Garden. 

BITCH ART GARDENS ROMANTIC NIGHT LIGHTING. 
Every evening, dusk till 11 p.m. Entire thirty acres trans¬ 
formed into a fairyland of indescribable beauty, featuring 
the fabulous Sunken Garden and the spectacular Ross 
Fountains in their colorful "Ballet to the Stars" (continu¬ 
ous performances). These alone are worth the price of 
admission. 

BIJTCHART GARDENS FLORAL RESTAURANT. Open , 

every day 11 a m. to 7:30 p.m. NOTE: FOR ONE DAY 
ONLY, FRI., AUG. 6, RESTAURANT WILL CLOSE AT 

3 P.M. 

BUTCHART GARDENS SPARKLING ENTERTAINMENT. 
Staged in the midst of incredible beauty . . . highlights 
the summer entertainment season in Victoria. Every day 
or evening to September 5th. 

MONDAYS: 8:30 p.m. "NICE 'n EASY’-Variety musi- 
cal entertainment featuring Marge Bridgeman, Murray 
Me Alpine, John Crago, Betty Winter, Gini Lefever, 
Christopher Ross, Dougal Fraser and the humorous and 
talented "Butchart Buskers." Also "The Butchart Garden¬ 
ers" 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. 

TUESDAYS: 8:30 p.m. "NICE 'n EASY "-Variety musi¬ 
cal entertainment featuring vocalists John Dunbar, Marge 
Bridgeman, John Crago, Betty Winter and Gini Lefever, 
plus "The Butchart Buskers." Also "The Butchart Gar¬ 
deners 1:30 to 3:30 p.m., and the "Zingari'' Puppets at 
7:00 and 7:45 p.m. 

WEDNESDAYS: Same program as Monday. 

THURSDAYS: 8:30 p.m. "Scottish and Variety Night." 
Colorful Scottish Stage Show and Tattoo. Thrill to the 
Pipes and Drums of the Canadian Scottish Regiment 
I Princess Mary's) as they march on our stage and parade 
in the great Stage Show Garden. Plus the Adeline Duncan 
dancers and other entertainment starring John Dunbar, 
baritone. Also "The Butchart Gardeners" 1:30 to 3:30 p.m„ 
and the "Zingari” Puppets at 7:00 and 7:45 p.m. 

FRIDAYS: Same program as Monday. 

SATURDAYS: 1 to 3 p.m. "The Butchart Buskers" (a 
zany Dixieland band of 6 entertaining and talented mu¬ 
sicians). Also "The Heron Family Humanettes" 3:30 
and 4:30 p.m., and the "Zingari" Puppets 7:00 and 
8:00 p.m. At approximately 8:30 to 9:30 p.m. the color 
film "Helicopter Canada" or "Mountains' to the Sea". 

SUNDAYS: 1 to 3 p.m. "The Butchart Buskers” (a zany 
Dixieland band of 6 entertaining and talented musicians). 
Also the "Grace Tuckey Puppets 3:30 and 4:30 p.m., and 
"The Heron Family Humanettes" 7:30 and 8:30 p.m. At 
approximately 8:30 to 9:30 p.m. the color film "Helicopter 
Canada" or "Mountains to the Sea”. 

THE "PRINCE ALBERT" COLLECTION OF MINIA¬ 
TURES, NEW, EXCITING AND COLOURFUL! WITH 
OVER 10,000 EXHIBITS TO SEE. SCENES FROM ALL 
AGES FOR ALL AGES. 

-SEE THE ENCHANTED DOLL HOUSE, the world’s 
largest, over 35 rooms in perfect miniature, reliving life 
of a royal residence in 1871. 

- SEE "OLDE LONDON TOWNE," London in the 17th 
century, including London Bridge. River Thames, etc. 
Over 130 square feet of perfect replica. 

-SEE "THE FIELDS OF GLORY," exciting military and 
historical dioramas from early medieval: "The War of 
Roses," thru to "Waterloo," Civil War, Custer’s Last 
Stand, Queen's Review and many other fascinating dis¬ 
plays that will hold and entrance you. A "must" for the 
shutter bug. To everybody, give yourselves time! Em¬ 
press Hotel. Humboldt Street entrance, open every day 
9 a.m. to 10 p.m. Phone 385-9731. 

SEALAND OF THE PACIFIC—A must in Victoria—Don't 
miss it! CANADA’S LARGEST OCEANARIUM. LOCATED 
AT OAK BAY MARINA ON VICTORIA'S SCENIC MAR¬ 
INE DRIVE. Continuous shows daily from 10 a.m. to 10 
p.m. with spectacular night lighting. SEE "CHIMO” THE 
WORLD S ONLY WHITE KILLER WHALE AND HER 
MATE "HAIDA", SEALAND’S STAR PERFORMER. 
Wander through the underwater grottos and view thous¬ 
ands of sea creatures including seals, sea lions, giant octo¬ 
pus, wolf eels, salmon and acrobatic sea birds. AN AD¬ 
VENTURE THE WHOLE FAMILY WILL ENJOY. 

Classic CAR MUSEUM —Fun for the Whole FamUy. 
One of the most spectacular Exhibitions of Classic cars 
in Canada. See: 120 year old Concord Stage Coach, Royal 
Tour cars. Vintage: Packards. Fords, Chryslers, Buicks, 
Rolls-Royce, Lincolns. Cadillacs. Also displayed in wax — 
Figures of the period: the Royal Family. Heads of Stafe, 
Henry Ford. Clark Gable. Jean Harlow. Will Rogers, W. C. 
Fields, Churchill, Humphrey Bogart. 813 Douglas St. (at 
Humboldt behind the Empress Hotel) Open all week — 

9 a.m. to 11 p.m. 


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TRANS CANADA HIGHWAY, 1 MILE NORTH OF DUN¬ 
CAN. YOU CAN RIDE A GENUINE STEAM TRAIN 
AROUND THE 40 ACRES OF LAKESHORE PARKLAND. 
AND THEN STROLL AND AMBLE AMONG THE OUT¬ 
DOOR AND INDOOR EXHIBITS OF HISTORIC 
MACHINES. VEHICLES AND EQUIPMENT. FUN FOR 
THE WHOLE FAMILY. ADULTS, 11.00: CHILDREN 
OVER 6, 50c. OPEN DAILY, 10-5:30 P.M. 

ROYAL LONDON WAX MUSEUM — SEE CANADA’S 
WORLD FAMOUS WAX MUSEUM. NEW LOCATION AT 
INNER HARBOUR OPPOSITE PARLIAMENT BUILD¬ 
INGS. OVER 10,000 SQ. FT. OF DISPLAY - 130 JO¬ 
SEPHINE TUSSAUD LIFE SIZE WAX FIGURES DIRECT 
FROM LONDON, ENGLAND. 45 NEW SCENES. EN¬ 
TERTAINMENT FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY. OPEN 
DAILY 9 A.M. TO 10 P.M., INCLUDING SUNDAYS. 
PHONE 388-4461. 

UNDERSEA GARDENS—IN THE CITY OF GARDENS. 
DON’T MISS THE WORLD’S MOST BEAUTIFUL GAR¬ 
DEN AT THE BOTTOM OF THE SEA - UNDERSEA 
GARDENS IN THE INNER HARBOUR SEE THE 
SCUBA DIVER SHOW IN THE WORLD'S ONLY UNDER r 
SEA THEATRE. OPEN DAILY 9 A.M. TO 10 P.M. IN 
THE INNER HARBOUR. 

FABLE COTTAGE, a storybook creation to l)e enjoyed 
by every member of your family! One of the world's 
most beautiful homes, in spacious gardens on lovely 
Cordova Bay. Please bring your camera to record the 
beauties of this architectural wonder. Open 9:30 a.m. 
’til dark. 5187 Cordova Bay Road, Scenic Marine Drive. 
BRITISH MUSIC HALL—On stage Jerry Gosley’s famous 
"Smile Show." Oak Bay Auditorium, 2101 Cadboro Bay 
Rd. Fun for the whole family. Nightly 8:15 p.m. Reser¬ 
vations recommended at Auditorium from 1 p.m., or 
telephone 592-4912. 

THE OLD FORGE—Dining and dancing six nights a week 
till 2 a.m. at one of Canada's largest and most luxurious 
nite clubs. Enjoy the exciting music of the fabulous 
Brothers Forbes, Strathcona Hotel, Douglas at Courtney 
St., Phone 383-9913. 

HEATHERBELLE OUTDOOR DOG THEATRE — Forty 
dogs in full costume. 26 spectacular live acts on 50’ stage. 
Four one hour shows: 2:15, 3:15, 7:30 and 8:30. Comfort¬ 
able seats. Adults $1.00, Students 75c, Children 50c. 479-265L 
FISHING FOR EVERYONE—OAK BAY MARINA.. Deep 
sea sports fishing, 61’ cruiser MV. Lakewood. Two tripe 
daily 9 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Approx. $1.35 per hour, bait 
free, tackle available. Reservations phone 598-3366. 

VISIT THE MARKET ST. FLEA MARKET — Students’ 
self-help project. Located one block North of Hillside off 
Douglas St. next to Empress Paint. Open Saturday and 
" * ’til 5 p.m. 


Sunday from 10 a.m. 


THE PAINT CELLAR—Enjoy the "Penny Arcade" until 
2 a.m. nightly. Artistic atmosphere in the Lower Lobby 
of the Empress Hotel. 

SALMON FISHING (Oak Bay Salmon Charters) — I^arge 

boats, experienced guides, free coffee, bait and tackle. 
Phone 598-3366 or 592-4164 


ESQUIMAU 

SPORTS CENTRE 


THIRD 

Big week 

OF ENTERTAINMENT 

For the Family 


“TAKES UP 
WHERE 
i SOUND 
A OF 
MUSIC’ 
LEFT 
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ONE SHOW 
NIGHTLY 
8 P.M. 


HELP OVER! 

Two of the Most Exquisite Films 
Ever Made . . . Now Together 
on One Program 

Perkap* the most beautiful movie iu kialnry.”- 
Breudan Gill, The New Yorker. "Exqniaile u only the 
iral word that surges in my mind as an appropriate 
description of this exceptional film. Its color is abso 
lately gorgeous. The use of music and, equally elo¬ 
quent. of silences and sounds is beyond verbal descrip¬ 
tion- The perforata aces are perfect-that is the oaly 
word.”-Bo«Jey Crowther, New York Times. "May well 
he lha most beaalifil film ever made.'’-Newsweek. 


Two of tho boot 
picture* in year* . . 
—Bill Thonia* 
Daily ColonlHt 


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"AN IMMENSELY ROMANTIC MOVIE WITH 
STYLE AND CRITICAL INTELLIGENCE. The 
Virgin And The Gypsy iu satisfying because it realiza 
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"A BEAUTIFUL AND ENGROSSING FILM. 
NOTHING SHORT OF MASTERLY. PURB 
PLEASURE.- 


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THE VIRGIN AND THE GYPSY 


EVENINGS 
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7:00, 10:14 

The Virgin and Tho Gypsy 
at 8:87 

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—Time 


Steve McQueen 
in “The Reivers” 


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Richard Harris as 
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STARTS TONIGHT 

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Sat. Goat. 1:16 p.m. 

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The NET LOFT’S 


EPICUREAN DELIGHT 
OUR SMORGASBORD: 

Rib of Beef. Baked Virginia Ham, 
Carried Chicken and Shrimp, 
Spaghetti and Meat Sauce, 

Seafood, Cold Cuts, Salads. 

Desserts and Cheese, 
etc., also a tall a la 
Carte Menu. 


Now on 
Thurs. - Fri. - Set. 

STAN LEAKE 

IMano and Organ 

Music at Its Best! 

DINE and LISTEN or DANCE 

Open 5 p.m. Res. 388-5551 

MO Montreal 8treet 


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'Aweigh Anchor . 

and come to 

The Fraser Book Bin 

Port Side of Yatoe St! 



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Published Price $11.95 
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FRASER BOOK BIN 

641 Yates St. 


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“Sound of 
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SEVAN 

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TUESDAY THRU 
SATURDAY 
IN THE 

PERSIAN ROOM 

FOR A “CHANGE OF PACE” ATTEND 
OUR FAMOUS 

"BUFFET OF THE CENTURY” 
FRIDAYS, 6-9 P.M. 


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SONGHEES DAY 
INDIAN FESTIVAL 

MAPLE BANK PARK 
AUGUST 7 AND 8,1971 

★ Water and Field Sports 
W Traditional Indian Dances 

★ Salmon Barbecue * Clam Chowder 

★ Corn on the cob 

War Canoe Races — Sunday Only 

Also . . . 

Official Opening 

BOAT RAMP 

1:00 p.m. Saturday, August 7 


Two New Cinemas Ready by End of Month 


By BOX THOM AA 

Odeon Theatres manager 
Jack Armstrong announoed 
plana Thursday tor the open¬ 
ing of two new theatres by ths 
end of this month. 

The theatre* wHl be located 
in a building at the corner of 
Broad and Broughton which la 
being renovated under ths 
supervision of architect Peter 
Cotton. 

Developer Sam Bawlf is re¬ 
conditioning the building. Hs 
was responsible for ths law 
Court* development in Bas¬ 
tion Square. 

The theatres will be known 
as Counting House Cinemas 


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Feat, at: 1:25, 8:20, 5:15 
7:20. 9:20 
Children 50e 


R’S MOST 
EXPERIENCES’ 


—Time 


Steve McQueen 
in “The Reivers” 


Atltl.T 

ENTERTAINMENT 


2nd Exciting Feature 


Richard Harris as 
“A Man Called Horse” 

STARTS TONIGHT 

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Negotiations are in progre ss 
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"We will be shooing first- 
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He explained he felt there 
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Cotton explained the lobby 
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Saanich Study 


Sepa ra te Homes 
Leaving Scene 


the geriatric capital of Cana¬ 
da. 

"Metropolitan Victoria has 
the highest percentage of peo¬ 
ple over 55 years of age. They 
account for about 25 per cent 
of the population," the study 
says. 

"On the other hand, the 
young working people in the 
22-30 age group make up only 
22 per cent of the population 
in Metropolitan Victoria. 

"These two age groups add 
up to 46.8 per cent of the pop¬ 
ulation for Metropolitan Victo¬ 
ria and can be considered as 
the potential generators of a 
major portion of the demand 
for apartments and attached 
housing. 

"The remaining 53.2 per 
cent of the population will 
predominantly be those in the 
market for detached hous¬ 
ing." 


Objections are often made 
by nearby tax|>ayers about 
the "type" of people that oc¬ 
cupy rented accommodation*, 
the study says. 

"Such objections are bla¬ 
tant generalizations and 
should have no place in a 
democratic society that is 
supposed to cater equally to 
all people/’ 

The study cites objections 
that apartment construction 
could affect value of nearby 
property. 

But "in areas where there 
is rational development and 
clear policy statements, ex¬ 
actly the opposite effect 
occurs — values rise on sur¬ 
rounding properties," it adds. 

Statistics are produced 
which disclose that Victoria is 


Detached 1 lousing in Saan¬ 
ich is steadily becoming less 
significant in the over-all 
housing picture. 

During Ute 1900s, the pro¬ 
portion of detached houses 
and duplexes dropped sharply 
while the proportion of apart¬ 
ments built in Saanich fluc¬ 
tuated. 

However, the Saanich plan¬ 
ning department, in its Resi¬ 
dential Development Study, 
points out that the conven¬ 
tional detached house will 
"long remain the dominant 
form of housing and will con¬ 
tinue to be built in substantial 
numbers." 

The study, on the other 
hand, reports apartment and 
attached housing is assuming 
a growing importance in th« 
municipality. 

Values Change 

"The number of apartment 
built tin Saanich) ... in 1969 
and 1970 has been about dou¬ 
ble the figure for detached 
houses." the report said. 

"Until now. the detached 
house has held a position of 
virtual reverence among tl»e 
people of this continent . . . 

"However, the growing con¬ 
centration of people in our 
cities and the skyrocketing 
land values are changing this 
picture. 

"An average Canadian fam¬ 
ily earning between $7,000 and 
$8,000 per year can now bare¬ 
ly afford to buy a house," the 
report says. 

But higher density residen¬ 
tial development offers both 
opportunities and problems in 
a community, it points out. 

No Involvement 

Apartment living permits a 
wider variety of people tlie 
opportunity of living in a com¬ 
munity. Age. income, occupa¬ 
tion preference or family situ¬ 
ation might make apartment 
living more preferable. 

Tlie individual is offered po¬ 
tential mobility, no involve¬ 
ment of capital, freedom from 
garden upkeep, access to ser¬ 
vice and facilities, com¬ 
pactness and easy mainte¬ 
nance in apartment living. 

Yet although a higher tax 
base could result from such 
concentrations, the demand 
generated oould "easily 
render an existing sewer or 
water system obsolete. Park¬ 
ing and circulation can also 
impose heavy loads on collec¬ 
tor and access roads." 


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Houses invade countryi 


Blenkinsop Valley 


A Potential 


The Blenkinsop Valley is a 
scenie asset that Saanich 
should consider preserving, at 
least partially, for the benefit 

of ail. 


That's how the Saanich 
planning department de¬ 
scribes the valley in its Resi¬ 
dential Development Study 
presented by municipal plan¬ 
ner Tom Loney to the Saanich 
planning committee last 
week. 

The valley is bounded to the 
north, northwest and north¬ 
east by Royal Oak Avenue, 
Cordova Bay Road, Broad- 
mead and Mount Douglas 
Park. At the southern end it is 
enclosed by Quadra Street, 
McKenzie Avenue. Braefoot 
and Glendenning Road. The 
valley runs in a north-south 
direction with Blenkinsop 
Lake roughly in the centre. 

“There is no economic, en¬ 
gineering or planning jus¬ 
tification to providing trunk 
sewers within the Blenkinsop 
Valley during the immediate 
future," the report says. 

"The Sewer Enterprise pro¬ 
gram covers sufficient land to 
cater for approximately 27,000 
people or from 12 to 15 years' 
population growth." 

The valley is currently 
zoned for single family dwell¬ 
ings and farming and sup¬ 
ports a mixture of land uses. 

Residential development 
has occurred sporadically 
over past years in the valley 
area. 

Citing the Pearce Crescent 
subdivision as an example, 
the report says the "quality 
and nature of this develop¬ 
ment leaves much to be de¬ 
sired and serves as an exam¬ 
ple of the type of isolated, 
unimaginative and problemat¬ 
ical housing development that 
must be avoided in the fu¬ 
ture." 

For development of the 
Blenkinsop Valley, the study 
recommends: 


A two-part series, whirl 
cost of leaving the city to lit 
a Saanich development p 
Loney, ends today. Articles 
Ine development of the Bit 
spaces, and housing pr 
Ity. 


• A limited program f 
parks acquisition be carri* 
out in the valley within t 
context of a parks and op 
space plan for Saanich. 


• Connecting links 
parkland should be acquir 
to connect the valley's flc 
plain with Mount Doug 


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Houses invade countryside 


Blenkinsop Valley 

A Potential Park? 


The Blenkinsop Valley is a 
acenic asset that Saanich 
ahould consider preserving, at 
least partially, for the benefit 
at ail. 

That's how the Saanich 
planning department de¬ 
scribes the valley in its Resi¬ 
dential Development Study 
presented by municipal plan¬ 
ner Tom Loney to the Saanich 
planning committee last 
week. 

The valley is bounded to the 
north, northwest and north- 
cast by Royal Oak Avenue, 
Cordova Bay Road, Broad- 
mead and Mount Douglas 
Park. At the southern end it is 
enclosed by Quadra Street. 
McKenzie Avenue. Braefoot 
and Glendennlng Road. The 
valley runs In a north-south 
direction with Blenkinsop 
Lake roughly in the centre. 

“There is no economic, en¬ 
gineering or planning jus¬ 
tification to providing trunk 
sewers within the Blenkinsop 
Valley during the Immediate 
future,” the report says. 

"The Sewer Enterprise pro¬ 
gram covers sufficient land to 
cater for approximately 27.000 
people or from 12 to 15 years' 
population growth.” 

The valley is currently 
zoned for single family dwell¬ 
ings and farming and sup¬ 
ports a mixture of land uses. 

Residential development 
has occurred sporadically 
over past years in the valley 
area. 

Citing the Pearce Crescent 
subdivision as an example, 
the report says the "quality 
and nature of this develop¬ 
ment leaves much to be de¬ 
sired and serves as an exam¬ 
ple of the type of isolated, 
unimaginative and problemat¬ 
ical housing development that 
must be avoided in the fu¬ 
ture.” 

For development of the 
Blenkinsop Valley, the study 
recommends: 


A two-part series, which began Thursday when the high 
cost of leaving the city to live In the suburb* waa discussed la 
a Saanich development plaa by municipal planner Tom 
Loney, ends today. Article* on this page, and paga IS, exam¬ 
ine development of the Blenkinsop Valley, creation of open 
spaces, and housing problems facing the municipal- 


• A limited program for 
parks acquisition be carried 
out in the valley within the 
context of a parks and open 
apace plan for Saanich. 

• Connecting links of 
parkland should be acquired 
to connect the valley's flood 
plain with Mount Douglas 


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Newton. Cloverdale and Lang¬ 
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A B.C. Tel spokesman said 
only eight of 23 trunk circuits 
serving the areas were work¬ 
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Park, Beaver Lake Park and 
Swan Lake Park. 

• Council should press for 
legislation which would allow 
local government more flexi¬ 
bility In taxation policy, par¬ 
ticularly in the areas of de¬ 
ferred and preferential taxa¬ 
tion. 

"We have inherited a con¬ 
siderable legacy of sub¬ 
divided. undeveloped lots of 
all sizes In our rural areas,” 
the report says. 

"A valuable lesson that we 
can learn from our early dev¬ 
elopment history is patience. 

"The lure of short-term 
profits has often proven an 
illusion, or has destroyed the- 
potential for rational and 
valuable development when 
the land Is needed." 


Creation of 
areas within an urban com¬ 
munity Is not merely good lor 
the aouL 

It is atoo good for the 
pocketbook. 

That point Is made hi the 
Residential Development 
Study compiled by th* Saan¬ 
ich planning depar tm e nt and 
presented by municipal plan¬ 
ner Tom Loney last week to 
the Saanich planning commit¬ 
tee. 

"An open-space system will 
help to preserve the character 
of the region, helping it to 
remain a desirable place to 
live and reinforcing what now 
is one of our major economic 
activities — tourism,” the 
study said. 

"It has been found in stu¬ 
dies in Oregon, California and 
Arizona that investment in 
open space generated a return 
in added value to adjacent 
properties that has benefited 
both owners and community 
•like,” the report states. 

Open space has been de¬ 
fined as rural areas not yet 
required for urban develop¬ 
ment, water storage and pro¬ 
tection areas, forests, areas 
used for farming, areas of 
steep slope, areas subject to 
flood, public park, recreation 
and conservation lands. 

"However, there are areas 
of active development that 
can, if well sited and de¬ 
signed, contribute to a com¬ 


munity’s stock of open 
space." tha report says. 

"Parks and sohools, other 
public buildings, cemeteries, 
golf courses, riding stables 
. . . could contribute to a 
sense of spaciousness within 
or around a community.” 

A preliminary investigation 
of local park needs shows that 
over-all (Saanich’s) existing 
needs are adequately met, the 
report notes. 

"However, an over-ell pic¬ 
ture is deceptive and hides 
localized shortages. 

. . Needs are growing ra¬ 


pidly and a program of 
acquisition should be 
•red. 

"In such e program, the 
benefits of multi-purpose proj¬ 
ects that will add to parkland 
and also provide other ser¬ 
vices to the oommunity should 
be studied," it adds. 

"What Is needed is a sys¬ 
tematic approach toward the 
creation of an open-apace 
‘system.’ 

"Rather than the traditional 
special purpose approach, the 
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types of Villa Wine. 

Villa Royale White Table Wine. Villa Royale 
Sauternes. Villa Mellow White Dinner Wine. 

Ideal with all types of fish, fowl, pork and white meats. 
Serve slightly chilled. 

Villa Crackling White. Chill thoroughly and enjoy 
with seafood dishes, pork and all white meats. 

Villa Royale Still Rose'. Villa Pink Pearl Dinner 
Wine. Serve slightly chilled with turkey, baked salmon, 
wild fowl and salads. 

Villa Royale Claret. Villa Red Dry Dinner Wine. 
Villa Royale Red Table Wine. Villa Ruby Red 
Dinner Wine. These are the wines for game, red 
meats and spaghetti dishes. Serve at room temperature. 

VillaCracklingRose'. Villa Crackling ColdDuck. 

Serve chilled on any and alk occasions. 

Villa Medium Dry Sherry. Villa Royale Cream 
Sherry. Delightful before or after a luncheon or dinner. 
Serve at room temperature. 

Villa Rich Port. Villa Royale Cream Port Serve 
at room temperature with cheese, nuts or dessert. 


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


Viking New Style Side-By-Side 
Refrigerator-Freezer, A Great 
Homefurnishings Sale Value 


When Eaton’s has a Homefurnishings Sale you know It’s 
really special! Take this Viking side - by - side frost - free 
refrigerator - freezer. Has full size refrigerator with three 
cantilever shelves that adjust space to your needs, a butter 
conditioner sets for hard, medium or soft. The 219-lb. 
capacity upright freezer has 3 shelves, 4 in door, 2 baskets, 
ice cube trays and bucket. And there's Eaton’s time- 
honoured guarantee, plus a 1-year warranty on ail parts 
and 4 years on the sealed refrigeration system and labour. 
Truly an outstanding value. 


Sale, each 


Avocado or Goldtone— 


extra 10.00 


499 


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Listed Items on Sale Fri. ’til 9:30 p.m.—Sat. 'til 6:00 p.m. ... If Quantities Last! 
Personal Shopping Only—Look for Special Non-Advertised Clearances 


ACCESSORIES 

Handbag* 4-Price — Reg. 5.00 to 15.00 

Summer styles in vinyl and fabrics. 
White, bone or colours in group. 
Clearance, each 2.50 to 7.50 

Clutch Pur»e* — All leather in a variety 
of finishes. Good choice of colours in 
group. Clearance, each 4.99 

Panty Ho»e — Reg. 1.50. Miracle' stretch 
dress sheer panty hose with re-inforced 
panty and nude heel Mocha and taupe 
in med. or tall sizes. 

C learance, each 1.19 

Summer Slipper* — Reg. S .00 to 5.00. 

Cool slipon styles in canvas, raffia or 
iotton terry. Composition sole. Broken 
size and colour range. Clearance, 
pair 1.99 to 2.99 

I>eather Glovea — Reg. 10.00 to 12.00. 
Broken sizes and colours in driving 
gloves with open back and perforated 
trim or lace trim pantsuit gloves. 
Clearance, pair 5.99 

Fabric Gloves — Reg. 79c. Manufacturers 
clearance of washable nylon gloves in 
broken colour, sizes and lengths. 
Clearance, pair 59 e 

Accessories. Main Floor 

WATCHES 

Swiss Made Watches — Womens dress 
styles and men’s automatic style with 
Incabloc construction for accuracy and 
dependability-. 1 Year Guarantee. 

Clearance, each 19.99 

Watches, Main Floor 

LINGERIE 

Baby Don*—Keg. 8.00. Easy care Amel 
fabrics in assorted prints. Petite, small 
and medium sizes in group. 

Clearance, each 5 -* 9 

Short Loungers—Reg. 7.99. Cool, com¬ 
fortable of Polyester crepette in pre¬ 
dominant shades of green or blue with 
paisley design. Small to large sizes. 
Clearance, each 5.99 

Babv Doll*—Reg. 0.00. Nylon in tailored 
style with short sleeves. Small, med.. 
and large in group. Aqua, lime or pink 
with navy trim. Clearance, each 3.99 
Short Smocks—Reg. 9.00. Terylene taffeta 
fabrics styled with short sleeves, button 
front in navy. mauve, sizes 8 to 20 in 
group. Clearance, each 5.99 

lingerie. Floor of Fashion 

GIFT SHOP 

Clearance of Gift Items — Reg. 1.39 to 

12.93. Included in this group are brasses, 
wooden cheese boards, dogwood plaques 
ami many other one-of-a-kind Items. 

Clearance, each 59 1 to 5.50 

Wools, Third Floor 




WOOLS 


Summer Fashions — Clearing From Regular Stock 

ALL SALES FINAL 


Hot Pants, Dresses, Pant Suits 
Reg. 14.99-39.99, Save 5.00-10.00 

An exciting fashion group to choose from: 
Hot pant dresses, dresses and pant suits 
in easy care fabrics... broken range of 
junior sizes. Group also includes “Sand- 
sweepers,” maxi-length tee shirts for 

I beach and patio wear. 

Clearance, each 

9.99 to 29.99 

Junior Fashions, Floor of Fashion 

SPORTSWEAR CLEARANCE 

Reg. «.oo to 20.00, Save 1.51 to 10.01 

Take your pick of terry playwear In short short*. 
Jamaica shorts in white, tops in navy/white or red/ 
white . . . White Stag separates in to|*>, shorts and 
pants; blue, turquoise, coral. 10 to A AQ Q QQ 
18 in the group. Clearance, each i. to * .SS 
Sportswear. Floor of F'a*hlun 

SQUALL JACKETS 

Reg. 6.99, Sa\e 2.00 

Junior sizes only in this clearance group of nylon waist 
length jackets. Navy, red or yellow’ in S.M.L. Gre^t 
to wear now and on into the cooler weatlier A QQ 
of Fall. Clearance, each l 

Pacesetter Shop, Floor of F'anhlon 

"PANT MAN" SPORTSWEAR 

Co-ordinate a pant suit look . . . choose a top in prints 
or plain colours, long sleeves, and combine with pants 
in peach, green, yellow, pink or goldtone pastels. Easy 
care Polyester crimp fabrics in broken Q QQ 

sizes 10 to 18. Clearance of Pants, each J.JJ 

Clearance of Top*, each 5.99 

Sportswear, Floor of Fashion. 


Women's Pant Suits 

Reg. 35.00 to 135.00. Sa\e 10.01 to 45.01 
City Pant Suit* — Capes with pants: jackets 
or pant coats with pants; dresses with pants 
and some 3-piece suits. 

Tunic Top Pant Suit*—Print tops with plain 
colour pants, all-over prim tops and pants 
as well as plain colour tops and pants. Fab¬ 
rics include wool double knits, Fortrels and 
Polyester knits. Sizes 10 to 18 collectively. 

Clearance, each 14.99 b, 59.99 

Women’* Suita. Floor of F'ashion 


MNMNB&M 


Import Room 


Reg. 25.00 to 400 
Save 10.00 to 105.00 

Coats, suits, dresses and sportswear 
clearing from die Import Room. 
Townhouse and “Finale Shop.' De¬ 
signer collections for the woman who 
looks lor tlic finest in style and work¬ 
manship. Broken size range. 

( learance, 
each 


15.00u, 295.00 


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Ini|iort Room, Floor of Fashion 

Coats and Suits 


Reg. 30.00 to 135.00. have 10.01 to 43.01 
Rainwear; spring and summer coats in 
tweeds and plains; jacket dresses-and en¬ 
sembles in Fortrel, Polyester knits and a 
few wools: summer suits in seersuckers and 
Polyesters. Broken sizes and colours, many 
one-of-a-kind. 1 Q-QQ 7Q QQ 

Clearance. Each I /•/ / to / x./7 

Women’* Coat* and Hulls, 

Floor of F'a*hion 


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| Swim Suits for Juniors 
Reg. 4.99-18.00, Save 2.00-5.01 

^ Final clearance of up-to-the-minute styles | 
( in one and two piece swim suits. Broken J 
| styles, fabrics, colours and sizes . . . have | 
a swim suit wardrobe while you mind J, 
I your budget. 

Clearance, each 

2.99 to 12.99 

Pacesetter Shop, Floor of F'ashion. 

Summer Dress Clearance 

Reg. IH.00 to B5.00, Save 6.01 to 25.01 

High fashion at budget prices . . . look for For¬ 
trels, crimplenes, cotton polyesters, seersuckers 
and Amels in sleeveless, short, sleeve and long 
sleeve styles; shirtwaists, A-line and shifts plus 
many, manv more. Broken sizes 10 to 20 and 
14>, to 24»... 7 OO CQ QQ 

Clearance, eaeh / .OO to 

Drew***, Floor of Fashion 

Maternity Wear 

Reg. 7.00 to 38.00 

4 PRIC F:: Tops, dresses and some sportswear pieces 
all clearing at 4 regular juices! Shop early for best 
style and colour choice. Broken sizes 7-16. 

Clearance, each 3.49 to 19.99 

Maternity Wear, Floor of F'ashions 


Men’s Yaieta—Reg. 7.99 to 9.99. Your 

choice of walnut or mahogany finsh. 
Complete with trouser press. Limited 
quantity so sliop early. 

Clearance, each 3.99 to 4.99 

Garment Bags—Reg. 9.98. Useful and 
sturdy garment bags, size about 32x20x54 
inches. Green or goldtone finish. 

Clearance, each 2.50 

Wool. Third Floor 

NOTIONS 

China Chest*—Quilted heavy guage vinyl, 
white with gold colour trim, zipper clos¬ 
ing. For set of 12. 6V»” Plate, 74” 
Plate. 94" Plate. 114” Plate, Cup Case 
and Silverware cases. 

( learance, each 99c to 1.99 

Hair Clasp*—Reg. 1.98. Included in this 
group are assorted colours and shapes 
in suede and plain leather hair clasps 
with wooden holding pin. 

Clearance, each 49 e 

Massage Kit—Handy, battery operated 
niassager includes back scratcher and 
face massager. Uses 2 15-watt batteries, 
not included. Clearance, each 1.34 
Notions, .Main Floor 

STATIONERY 

Water Colour Paint* — Reg. 1.98. Try 

yuur hand at creating a beautiful water 
colour painting. Box contains 12 needed 
colours. Clearance, each 
Quick Tab Book*—Reg. 79e. Eatons 
own brand Quick Tab exercise t>x>ks 
with narrow ruling. 5 per package. 
CRearance, each 

Cash Box—Reg. 6.75. Sturdy metal cash 
box complete with key lock. Assorted 
colours. Size about 11x6 inches. 

Clearance, each 

Cash Box—Reg. 5.75. Small and com¬ 
pact. just 5x9 inches. Cho«e from an 
assortment of colours. 

Clearance, each 3.99 

Water Colour Box—Reg. L2.98. Box con¬ 
tains 14 different water colour paints 
and 2 good quality brushes. 

Clearance, each 

Water Colour* — Reg. 9.98 TlUS box 
attains 2 water colour brushes and 14 
most needed colours. 

Clearance, each 

Reeve* Mini Hot Pot*—Reg. 1.98. Bright 
and gay fluorescent, non-toxic paints in 
6 popular colours. Clearance, each 99c 
Water Colour Box—Tliis low priced box 
contains 54 different colours. Great for 
children. Clearance, each 49e 

Kwick Mount Album*—Size about 12 x 10 
inches. Choose tan ivory or av.xado 
green covers. Clearance. each 5.99 
De*k set—Reg. 5.98. Included are good 
quality pen, liolder, scratch pad holder 
and letter opener. Brown finish only 
Clearance, each 4.99 

Reeve* Acrylic Starter Set — Reg. 8.97. 
Set includes six basic colours. 3 canvas 
lioards sizes 9x12", 12x16’’ and 16x20 
and one brush. Clearance, each 4.99 
Stationer} , Main Floor 

MEN'S AND BOYS' SHOES 

Men’* Summer Shoe* — Reg. L99. In¬ 
cluded in this group are broken lines 
of sandals and casual shoes. Small sizes 
only. Clearance, pair 996 

Men’s Suede Boot*—Reg. 21.99. These 
are a discontinued line of men’s suede 
boots with side zipper openings and crepe 
Boles. Sizes 7 to 11 in group. 
Clearance, pair 15.99 

Men’s Casual Shoe*—Reg. 13.60 to 17.60. 
This group features casual slip-on or 
tie styles with suede or leather uppers. 
Broken size range in this group. 
Clearance, pair 11.99 

HOUSEHOLD LINENS 

Clearance of Oddments—Buy at savings! 
Group includes bath and hand towels, 
fare cloths, blankets and bedspreads. 

Clearance, each 79e to 9.99 

Hounehold Linens, Third Floor 


WOMEN'S AND 
CHILDREN'S SHOES 

Gladiator Sandal*—Reg. 15.00. Popular 
with this seasons fashions. Choose black 
red or white patent leather with lace-to 
the-knee thongs. Sizes 5 to 10 in group. 
Clearance, pair 7.99 

Hummer Shoe*—Reg. 14.99. Choose well 
known brands including, Joyce, Red 
sues in while or bone shades. 
Clearance, pair 11.99 

Children’s Sandal* — Reg. 2.9S to 7.98. 
Included are broken and discontinued 
lines and size with cool leather uppers 
and composition soles. Sandal styled in 
white or brown. 

Clearance, pair 1.99 to 3.99 

Shoes, Floor of F'aahion 

MAJOR APPLIANCES 

BL*seU Upholstery Shampoo—Reg. 1.29. 

Stock up at savings. 12-ounce size. 

I learance, each 

Mofiat Range—Reg. 334.95. Take advan¬ 
tage of these savii^s. Decorator Har\ est 
gold shade. One only, so shop early. 

Clearance 279.95 

Moffat Range—Reg. 539.95. One Only. 

So shop early fur your choice. Features 
self cleaning oven. 

Clearance, each 399.95 

Viking l»l*hwa*her—Reg. 279.95. Tliere 
are only two of these top load portable 
dishwashers in this clearance group. 
Clearance, each 239.95 

G.E. Dishwasher—Reg. 429.93. 1 only. 

Top load portable in Harvest gold shade, 
(learance 359.95 

G.E. Dishwasher—Reg. 399.93. 1 Only. 

G.E. front load portable dishwasher. 
Save 100.00. Clearance 299.95 

Viking Freexer —Reg. 249.95. 2 only. 

Model H7119 Viking chest style freezer 
19 cubic lock capacity. 

Clearance, each 219.95 

Viking F>ee*er — Reg. 269.93. 1 only. 

Model 23-cubic foot chest style freezer. 
Clearance 249.95 

t Iking F'reeter — Reg. 268.95. I only. 
Viking chest style frezer with 15 cubic 
foot capacity. Clearance 199.95 

Major Appliances, Main Floor 
Home FUrnishings Building 

GARDEN SHOP 

Gras* Shear*—Reg. 8.99. Long handled 
style grass shears for clipping edg^ 

( learance, each 5.99 

Gras* Shears—Reg. 3.30. Sliort handled 
hand clippers with teflon cutting blades. 
Clearance, each 4.19 

Gras* Shear*—Keg. 6.98. Short handled 
style with 9-inch cutting blades. 
Clearance, each 5.49 

Gratis Shears—Reg. 7.99. Short handled 
style grass shears with 9-inch blades 
and rubber buff ere. 

Clearance, pair 5.49 

Garden Shop. Main Floor 
Home F'umishlng* Building 

SMALL APPLIANCES 

Door Chimes—Reg. 13.73. 2 only. Ritten- 
hause electric door chimes. 

Clearance, each 8.50 

Electric Chimes—Reg. 19.30. Rittenhausc 
electric door chimes. Clearance 10.00 
Door Chimes—Reg. 13.30. 1 only Rittcn- 
hause electric* door chime. 

Clearance. 9.50 

Electric Chimes—Reg. 16.30. 3 only Rit- 
tenhause electric door chimes. 

Clearance, each 10.00 

Door Chlir.es—Reg. 18.50. 1 only Ritten- 
hause electric dour chime 
Clearance, 11.50 

Door Chimes—Reg. 17.95 1 only Ritten- 
hause electric door chime. 

Clearance, 10.50 

Electric Toaster—Reg. 16.99. Sunbeam 
2-slice electric toaster. 

Clearance, each 13.50 

Steam iron—Reg. 17.99. Sunbeam spray 
steam and dry iron. 

Clearance, each 14.35 

Electric Kettle—Reg. 9.99. Buy at sav¬ 
ings. 1 only. Clearance, 5.50 

Steam Iron—Reg. 15.98. Deluxe Viking 
steam and dry iron. 2 only. 

Clearance, each 11.95 

Iona Mlxette—Reg. 13.33. 1 only Iona 3- 
speed mixette. Clearance, 5.00 

Steam Iron—Reg. 29.98. I only. Sunbeam 
Mist-Shot of Steam iron 
Clearance. 20.00 

Small Applbmces. Main Floor 
Home Furnishing* Bun I ding 


MEN'S WEAR 

Flared Pant*—Semi low rise pants with 
flare legs. Bold stripes and checks. 
Perma-Press finish. Sizes 30 to 40 in 
group. Clearance, each 9.89 

Pyjama* —C h o o s e from this group of 
regular cut pyjamas, most are perma- 
press fabrics. Broken sizes A to E in 
plains, patterns and stripes. 

Clearance, pair 5.99 

Cufflink Sets—Reg. 7.00, Various styles 
and imitation stones. Set include* 
matching tie bar. 

Clearance, each 3.49 

Dreg* Shirts—Ljng sleeve dress shirts 
in plain sliades or stripes. Broken sizes 
144 to 17 in group. 

Clearance, each 3.99 

Sport#* Shirts—Reg. 7.00 Short sleeved 
sports shirts with latest collar styling 
Plains, checks and stripes in small to X- 
Large sizes. Clearance, each 4.59 
2 for 9.99 

Swim Trunks—Selection includes boxer 
or trim-cut styles in plain shades or pat¬ 
terns. Broken sizes small to X-Large in 
group. Clearance, each 1.99* 

Men’s Wear, Main Floor 

FLOOR COVERINGS 

Shag Rug—Reg. 27 ..'mi. Modem design, 
size about 2’10”x5'. 1 only. 

Clearance, 18.95 

Round Rug*—Reg. 42.85. 3 ->nly round 
nigs, size about 4'6" diam. M-xlem de¬ 
sign in wool shag. 

Clearance, each 24.95 

Area Rug—Keg. 52.50. 6 only. Size about 
3T0" x 6 ? 6”. 

(learance, each 29.95 

Shag Rug—Reg. 29.93. Modern design 
area rug, size about 5’4“ x 2'10“. 3 only. 
Clearance, each 18.95 

Area Rug—Reg. 32.30. Modem design 
shag style, size 2’10“ x 4T0’ 4 only 

Clearance, each 24.50 

Wool Axminster—Reg. 310.00. Goldtone 
and cream design. Size about 9' x 12'. 

1 only. Clearance. 249.00 

Axminster Rug—Reg. 293.00. 2 only $ze 
about 9' x 12’. In Goldtone or green. 
Clearance, each 209.00 

9’xi2” Wilton—Reg. 399.00. 1 only in olive 
green shade. Clearance, 299.00 

Wool llllton—Reg. 339.00. 2 only, size 
al.xiut 9' x 12'. Sar-U-Khan style. 
Clearance, each 249.00 

Floor Covering*. Main Floor 
Home Famishing* Building 

SPORTING GOODS 

Clothing Oddments—Reg. 1.79 to 40.00. 

Included are hunting troupers, vests and 
some jackets, caps and black plastic 
raincoats. Broken sizes and styles in 
groun. 

(learance, each 1.32 to 26.67 

Automotive Item*—Reg. 73c to 21.93. In¬ 
cluded are car waxes, floor mats and 
cleaners. 

Clearance, each 50c to 14.30 

Twist Board*.—Reg. 4.93 Pouular Twist 
Board exerciser to help whittle away 
extra pounds. 

(learance. each 3.95 

Baseball Glove*—Reg. 3.98 to 14.98. Save 
up t«» 4 of reg. price. Top grain cow¬ 
hide in assorted styles ami tyjies. 
Clearance, each 3.98 tto 9.98 

Sport* Fojuipotent—Reg. 33c to 17.98, In- 
eluded in group are arrows, tennis 
and badminton raquets. badminton sets, 
laviTibowl nets, hats, swim fins, baseball 
shoes plus many other items. 

Clearance, each 38e to 11.98 

Sporting Goods. Main Floor 
Home F'urnishlngs Building 

CHILDREN'S WEAR 

Girls’ Dresses — Reg. 5.99 to 11.98. In¬ 
cluded in this gr >ud are dresses and 
pant dresses in broken size and style 
range. 

Clearance, each 2.49 to 7.99 

Boys’ and Girls’ Wear—Reg. 1.19 to 3.99. 

Included are 2-pc. nylon playsuits. Boys’ 
short* in denim or twill. T-shirts, sliort 
sleeve and sleeveless shirts and swim¬ 
suits. 

Clearance, each 49 c to 2.88 

Toweling Playwear—Reg 1.99 to 4.99. 

Cotton terry in shorts, T-shirts, jump¬ 
suits, ponchos and beach jackets. Bro¬ 
ken sizes up to 6x. 

Clearance, each 1.32 to 3.32 

Pyjama* and Gown*—Reg. 2.49 to 2.99. 
Boys' and girls' summer sleepwear in 
broken sizes up to 6x. 

Clearance, each 1.88 to 1.99 

Children’s Wear, Third Floor 


GIRLS' WEAR 

Short Short*—Keg. 3.00 to 4.98. Various 
waist styles in den.m, stretch terry or 
Polyesters. Broken sizes 7 to 14 in group. 

(learance, each 1.99 to 2.99 

T-Shirt*—Reg. 2.98. Sleeveless or sliort 
sleeve styles with crew or peasant style 
necks. Also golf shirt styles, stripes or 
plains in cotton or cotton and Fortrel 
knits. Sizes 8 to 12 in group. 

Clearance, each 1.99 

Ciri*’ Wear—Reg. 1.00 to 13.00. You'll 
save 4 to 4 the reg. price on dresses, 
blouses, shorts. T-shirts, pants and swim- 
weur Bn*ken sizes 7 to 14 in group. 
Clearance, each 1.99 to 7.99 

Girl** Wear. Third Moor 

ONE-STEP-UP SHOPPE 

Summer Wear for Teen*—Reg. 4.00 to 

I5.( \ deluded in group are shorts, tank 
tops. swimsuits, pants. T-shirts and hot 
pants. Broken sizes and styles. 

(learance, each 1.99 to 7.99 

Teen Wear—Reg. 6.00 to 13.00. Included 
are pants, vesis. skirts. junq»ers and 
dresses Broken sizes 8 to II in group 

(learance, earh 2.99 to 7.49 

Teen Svv eater*—Reg. 5.00 to 8.00. Sliort 
or long sleeve styles with popular turtle 
neck and zip-front. Plains or jiatterns in 
small, medium and large sizes. 

(learance, each 2.99 to 4 99 


BOYS' WEAR 

Sport* Shirts—Reg. 1.98 to 3.98. Short 

sleeve style in plain shade>. slr.jies or 
prints. Ail permanent p r e s s labncs. 
Sizes 8 to 16 in group. 

Clearance, each 1.33 to 2.66 

Knit .Sweaters—Reg. 2.98 to 3.49. ,\>- 
sort^d styles and necklines in Turn 
O'bnanier knits. Shirt sleeve* in solid 
tones or stripes. Sizes 8 to 16 in group. 
Clearance, eaeh 1.99 to 3.66 

Flare Jeuns—Keg. 3.99. Uvstcrn style 
flare jeans in stri|jed patterns of g.Ild- 
tonc, green or blue. Machine wash and 
dry. Sizes 8 to 16 in group 

Clearance, each 2.99 

Denim Jean*—Reg. 3.39. 10-Once denim 
jeajis with 2 front patch j*>ckcls, zipjier 
closing. Broken sizes in group. 

(learance. each 2.99 

Bovs’ Jackets — Reg. 9.98 to 17.98. In¬ 
cluded are denim and corduroy Safari 
coats “Apache" canvas jackets and 
“Carnaby” sailcloth jackets. Assorted 
colours in broken sizes ajul styles. 8 to 
20 in git>up. 

Clearance, eaeh 6.66 to 11.99 

Bov*’ Wear. Third Floor 


LAMPS 

.411 One of a Kind 

Table lamp, Reg. :<9.0o. Spanish style 
in black and red with red flocked shade. 

(learance, 31.20 

Table l^mi|>—lleg. im.98. Orange and 
black and white shade 
Clearance, 14.98 

Trllight Table Izunp — Reg. 19.30. It*x) 
and goldtone base, white shade with red 
trim. 

Clearance 15.50 

A-Llght Fixture—Reg. 81.95. Spanish »tyie 
in wrought iron. Clearance 66.00 

6 light Chandelier—Reg. 88.93. Antiqued 
brass and wood finish, amber frosted 
glasses, (learance 70.00 

Light Fixture—Reg. 36.93. Large amber 
light fixture with brass fittings. 
Clearance 45.55 

Table Izimp—Reg. 33.95. Blue and green 
base, white shade. Clearance 28.75 
I^rae Table I-anip—Reg. 39.93. Red and 
black base, tall red and black conical 
shape shade. Clearance 47.95 

Table 1 jimp—Reg. 34.95. Blue with black 
base, white shade is trimmed with match¬ 
ing blue braid, (learance 43.97 

lzini|i*. Main Floor 
Home FurniMhing* Building 


DRUG SUNDRIES 

Summer Need*—Reg. 98c to 8.00. Save 
4 to 4 °f R*K- Price. Included in group 
are suntan lotions, bathing caps and sun¬ 
glasses in various styles. 

Clearance, each 33c to 6.35 

Bath Oils 

Bath and Glow—Reg. 2.50 to 6.75. Stock 
uj> now at savings. 

5-ox. Slxe—Clearance, each 1.67 

12-ox Site—(learance, each 1.97 

32-ox. Slxe—Clearance, each 4.47 

Softlque Hath OU—Keg. 1.39. 2-5-OZ. size 
at savings. Clearance, each 67c 

Pa«-quin* Hand (ream—Keg. 89c. Anti- 
detergent hand cream. 2.45 oz. jar. 
Clearance, eaeh 57C 

Cosmetics 

Summer Cologne* — Reg. 1.75 *3 2.25. 
Many well known, popular fragrances in 
group, (learance. each 1.17 to 1.47 
( ream Deodorant—Reg. 85c. Desert 
Flower fragrunce. (learance, each 57* 
Hand and Body lotion—Reg. 1.30. Desert 
Fluwer in 8-*iz. plastic bottle 
Clearance, each 67* 

Drug Sundrie*. Main Floor 

FABRICS 

Polyester Fabric*—Reg. 7.30 to 9.30. 
Novelty weaves, knits and laces. Plain 
shades, 45" to 60“ wide. 

Clearance, yard 4.88 

Poor Boy Knit* — Reg. 5.46. Wash¬ 
able in pastel shades. 56“ wide. 
Clearance, yard 2.99 

Fortrel Knit* — Washable, Jacquard 
effects 60" wide 

( learance, yard 3.89 

F'abric*, Third Floor 


PLUMBING 


Hand Busin*—3 Only. Wall hung style 
with ledge and shelf back. Beige, pink 
"i- lavender in gi-oup 

Clearance, each 7.99 

Vanity ltu*in*—9 Only. In >• iui choice uf 
avocado, blue. pink, white or lavender. 
Clearance, each 15.99 

Hand Basin*—Pup-up lautet 
Clearance, eaeh 12.75 

Mirror* Rectangular mirrors with shelf. 
( learance. each 2.75 

Plumbing. Iziaer Main Floor 

HARDWARE 

Tool Kit—Reg. 10.98. 20-j>ce. tool kit in 
plastic case. Clearance, each 8.78 
Sabre saw—Reg. 24.98 Kdgerite utility 
Sabre saw. 115 V.A.C.. 2.0 amps, 
(learance, each 14.99 

Socket \\ ranch Set—Reg. 27.93. 19-pce. 

•V square drive socket WTench set. 
Clearance, each 21.99 

Tool Set—Keg. 39.88. Excellent quality 
socket WTench and t«x)l set. 

Clearance, each 27.88 

Smoother Plane—Reg. 11.»8. Stanley 
Handyman make 14“ long. 2“ cutter. 
Clearance, each 7.79 

Circular Saw—Reg. 61.95. Circular saw 
with 7" blade. 14 h.p., 10 amps. 
Clearance, eaeh 43.99 

Iziwn Trimmer 2 only — Reg. 32.93. 
Pennsylvania hand lawn trimmer. 
Clearance, each 25.99 

Adjustable Steel Shelve*—Reg. 17.93. Size 
alxMit 12x36x71 with five adjustable 
shelves, (learance, each 13.99 

Hardware, Izmer Main Floor 

HOUSEWARES 

sniice|>nn Set Cupjxr bottom, stmnlev* 
*tee|. K pcs. Clearance, net 24.99 
Aluminum Fondue Set—Reg. 24.98. On 
lazy susan. (learance, each 10.99 
Bi**ell Oven ( leaner—Reg. 1.26, 
Clearance, eaeh 796 

Regal Carj>ot Sweeper—Reg. 16.98. 
(learance, each 10.99 

Monkey Pod Salad Bowl Set*—Reg. 21.98. 
Includes 4 serving bowls, 1 mixing bowl. 
Square shape. Clearance, *et 10.99 

Chee*eboard*—Reg. 2.50. Wooden board 
with tile insert, assorted colours. 
Clearance, each 1.25 

Stainle** Steel Meat F'ondue—Reg. 13.98. 
32-oz. size. Includes stand and burner. 
Clearance, eaeh 8.99 

F'ondue F'ork*—Reg. s.98. Stainless steel 
with wooden handles. 6 j»er set. 
Clearance, net 1.99 

Wooden Dryer—Reg. 4.98. Folding style. 
Clearance, each 2:99 

Meat Mincer—Reg. 7.98 Model No. 3181 
( learance. earli 4.99 

llou*ewares, l-ower Main Floor 


FURNITURE 

Sofu and Cituli^-Keg. 436.65. Green Mal¬ 
tese ciwere, Shepherd castors. 1 Only. 
Clearance, 2-pc. 369.95 

Gregg Sofa and Chair—Reg. 389.65. Onp 
Only in green and blue. Coil construction 
latex foam rubber cushions 
Clearance, 2-pc. 409.95 

Pedestal Desk—Keg. 84.95. Single Style 
m rich walnut veneer finish. 1 Only, 
(learance 45.00 

Krvhier 2 -Pc. Suite—Reg. 519.95. 1 Only 
sofa and chair in two-tone green. High 
tufted lvack. Clearance. 2 pc*. 410.00 
Sofa—Reg. 499.93. Bright orange fabric 
cover, chrome legs. Styled fur young 
modems. 1 Only, (learance 250.00 
Sofa and (hair—Reg. 863.00. By Flex- 
steel. blue and green floral prim quilted 
fabric on one side. Traditional style with 
valance. 1 Only. Clearance 599.00 
Sun Cot with Wheels—Reg. 39.95. Heavy 
duty double tube aluminum, 24" mat¬ 
tress. Clearance, each 24.95 

Simmon* ( nit—Keg. 99.95. “Elegance ' 
style 3'3“ bed unit. 312-coil construction. 

1 Only. Clearance 79.95 

Bed l nil — Reg. 149.93. Haddon Hall 
“Debonnaire" 3'3" unit with 312 Adjust., 
coils. Floor Sample, 1 Only. 

Clearance 119.95 

Living K 04 .u 1 Suite—Reg. 399.95. Spanish 
style In black naugahyde. Styled by 
Sinper Ideal. Clearance 299.95 

Flexteel ( hair—Reg. 267.00. Accasional 
style with blue floral cover. 1 Only, 
(learam-e 157.00 

Occasional Chair—Reg. 126.06. By Brae- 
m .re In Italian Provincial style. Tur¬ 
quoise cover, walnut frame. 1 Onlv. 
Clearance 69.95 

Lawn or Patio Fmbrella — Reg. 69.95. 
With clamp. Clearance, each 44.95 
42’’ Table for Above—Reg. 24.95. 
Clearance, each 14.95 

Kaufman End Tablo_Rpg. 99.93. One 
only to match above coffee table. 
Cleurance 49.95 

F'urniture. Second Floor 
Home Furnishing* Building 

BUDGET STORE 

Boy*’ Short*—Keg. 2.99. Permanent 
press spurts shirts with xh>rt sleeves 
Sizes 10 to 16 in group. 

Clearance, each |9e 

Men’* Shirt* — Permanent jiress sjxirts 
sliirls with sliort sleeves. Patterns and 
colours in small to large sizes. 

(learance. each 2.99 

Men’* Slack*—Popular double knit slacks 
in straight leg style. Sizes 30 to 38 in 
beige, grey or blue. 

Clearance jioir 12.99 

Infant*’ Pant Set*—Reg. 3.99. Long punts 
with leg closing, bib front, hal* Is.xrv 
waist. White shirt or blouse. Sizes 12 
to 24 months. 

Clearance, each 1.99 

Girl*’ Wear—Reg. 4.99. Included are all- 
in-one culloites or pant suits in sizes 7 
to 12 years. 

Clearance, each 2.49 

Girl*’ Squall Jacket* — Reg. 3.00. All 

nylon with water repellant finish. White 
with red and blue rtl>i»g- Sizes small and 
medium. 

(learance, each 2.49 

Blanket*—Viscose and nylon blend. Sub- 
si ndards. Size about 72“ x 84". Assorted 
colours with matching binding. 
Clearance, ea4 h 4.00 

Bathnxm) Tank Set* — Reg. 3.79. In¬ 
cludes tank top, tank jacket and seat 
cover. Machine w-ash. Purple, goldtone. 
green, ('learance. »et 2.99 

Pillow Prote<u»r* — Muslin with zipjier 
closing. White only. 

Clearance, pair 89 c 

Bed*j>read* —Keg. 12.99. Jacquard pat¬ 
tern. pre-shrunk cotton. Machine vvasli- 
able. Aqua, rose, green, goldtone m 
double bed size. 

Clearance, each 7.99 

Honien’* Shoe*—Reg. 7.99 to 11.99. As¬ 
sorted styles with leather uppers and 
cunipusiti m soles. White, blue, pink 
brown in broken sizes. 

(learam-e. j*air 5.99 

Infant*’ and Girl*’ Shoe*—Reg. 4.99 to 
8 . 99 . Discontinued lines of Savage shoes 
Broken sty les. Infants’ sizes 5 to 8, girls 
sizes 84 to 3 in group. 

( learam-e, pair 2.99 

Women’* Briefs—Arnel or nylon bnefs 
in assorted colours. Small to large .sizes 
in group. 

Clearnm-e, 2 pair* 95 c 

Women’s Handbags-Smartly styled in 
simulated leather. Black or brown. 
Clearance, ea4-h 75 c 

lx»ng Gown*—Sleeveless cotton gowns 
with scoop neck and dainty lace trim 
Broken sizes in assorted colours. 
Clearance. ea4-h 2.19 

Women’* slack*—Crimped nylon stretch 
pruts with elastic waist. Machine wash¬ 
able. Sizes 38 to 44 in navy or green. 
Clearance, eu4-h 3.99 

Boiuen’* Raincoat*—(,’ 1 e a r i n g from 
st«K-k. good quality raincoats in belted or 
half belt styles. Long or length in 
broken sizes and colours. 

Clearance, each 12.99 

Drape*—Keg. u.M to 38.99. Double or 
triple widths with pleated tops, com¬ 
pleted with hooks. Fibreglass in olive 
melon nr goldtone. 

Clearance, 3-Width, pair 29.99 

2-wldth. pair 19.99 

Hatching Shower Curtain* and Drape*. 

Heavy vinyl in assorted colours. “ 
(learance, net 3.99 

Flannelette ^heet* — Large 80" x 100“ 
double bed size. Machine wasliahle. 
colourfast. 

Clearance, each 3.29 

Budget Store, Downstairs 

CANDIES 

Chocolate Bar*—Reg. 89c Neilson choco¬ 
late bars. 20 5c bars in cello bags, 
(learance, t-uch 69c 

Pastille*—Reg. 1 . 13 . Terry’ s Black Cur¬ 
rent flavor. Stock up now at savings. 
( learance, lb. 89c 

Chm-olute*—Keg. 98c. 12-Ounce box of 
Jenny Lind assorted chocolates. 
Clearance, each 79c 

Milk Chocolate* — Reg. 79c. Carnation 
brand assorted milk chocolate. 
Clearance, each 59c 

Candies, .Main Floor 


Forests Stay Hot 
Though Bans OfJ 

The forest fire hazard remains high in ti 
Vancouver fire district, which includes Vancouv 
Island, hut there are no fires burning on the Islar 
and only four in the rest of the district, a B. 
Forest Service spokesman said Thursday. 

A campfire and industrial ban was lifted fre 
the district Wednesday night, but in other pai 
of the province, Alberta and the Northwest Ter 
tories, there are almost one million acres of fori 
ablaze. 


iVot from EMI 


By JOHN MATTERS 

Glendale Hospital’s first patient will be co 
from the lower Mainland instead of what 
promised two years ago — the 62 children in 
Martin Institute. 

The provincial govei 
apparently has decide 

irli( ^ a - r . rr iXTiirrrmi-,fitiw an understandin 8 it ha 

* Royal Jubilee Hospital, 

operates EMI, cannot 
ecuted and the result 
Glendale’s first patien 
be moved here fror 
Woodland’s School, Nev 
minster. 

Glendale is die new 1 
built by provkanal M ( 
Health Service* for ab 
seriously mentally and 
cally handicapped pati 
has assembled most of 
staff and in about threi 
will be accepting the f: 
tients at the institution 
end of Markham Road 
ich. 

Written Pac 

Royal Jubilee had e 
that the 62 handicapp 
dren on EMI’s fift 
would be the first pen 
mitted to Glendale. T! 
pectations were ba 
written and verbal st b 
made at the time Jubi 
over EMI. 

The hospital had ho; 
might be moved »o 
could get on with de 
EMI as a unit offering 
range of modem ps; 
services. The ham 
children on EMTs fif 
need mainly a custod 
of care. 

Not Enoug 

However, this is r 
lee’s first disappointn 
EMI. 

When it took over t 
ing. many structural 
cations were necesi 
the security of patier 
ever, in some ens 
modifications to the 
have not been cHpabl 
taining what psych 
describe as libido. 

Another disappoint 
been the backlog of 
patients who have a< 
ed in EMI. This lias 
because it has not b< 
ble to admit them 
view or priyate hoe] 
rest homes. 

Space JSeet 

The geriatric pe 
EMI mainly suffer tl 
that comes with ag 
tors are disturbed 1 
patients are taking i 
is needed by pen 
acute psychosis. 

In addition, chili 
authorities as well a 
trists are annoyed 
sixth floor of EMI, 
be a children’s un 
not in use. 


Playground 

Display 

Tuesday 

Victoria playground* will 
hold their third annual park* 
display from 16 a.in. to 4 p.m. 
Tuesday at Royal Athletio 
Park for children who partici¬ 
pated In the park programs 
during the summer. 

Each of the 16 (parks repre¬ 
sented In the display will 
show crafts mads by the chil¬ 
dren while In the program. 

A sports day of novelty 
races from 16:36 a.m. to 12:36 
p.m. will be held for children 
from six to U years old 

Each playground will 
present a specialty from 1 to 
2:30 p.m. and will range from 
drama to pMppet shows to 
gymnastic*. A softball cham¬ 
pionship to begin at 2:36 p.m. 
will bo played between north 
and south zone winners. 

Lowest 
Tender 
Spotted 

Patterson Construction sub¬ 
mitted the lowest tender 
Thursday among four Victoria 
construction companies who 
hid on additions to FYank 
Hobbs elementary school, 
.Saanich. 

Lowest bid was $143,389. 
The other three tenders sub¬ 
mitted to the Greater Victoria 
school board were: Cana Con¬ 
struction, $150,570; H. E. 
F'owier and Sons Ltd., 
$151,398, and E. J. Hunter and 
Sons Ltd., $149,251. 

Additions to the school will 
include four classrooms, hall¬ 
ways for the new classrooms, 
two changerooms which will 
be attached to the existing 
gymnasium, a complete fire 
alarm system, installation of 
a carpet in the library and in¬ 
stallation of chain link fencing 
on the school grounds. 

Estimated cost by school 
board officials for the project 
w as $155,300. 

Bids, after being studied by 
the school hoard’s construc¬ 
tion and maintenance com¬ 
mittee. will he refereed to the 
next school board meeting 
Aug. 16 for choice. 

Police Seek 
U.S. Women 

Two Washington women hol¬ 
idaying in the Victoria area 
are being sought by the police 
as there is a serious illness in 
the family, a police spokes¬ 
man said. Mrs. Marla Foote 
and Mrs. Margaret Funke are 
driving a 1969 Dodge Monaco 
with Washington licence 
plates, police said. 


The Nei gi 
Gladstone, whi 
ness since it oi 
Monday evertii 
building at Fe 
A spokesn 
committee \vh 
basis said Thu 
a temporary i 
home has star 
The clinit 
Monday, had 
bakery but it! 
Vancouver ret 






















WIDE 



The forest fire hazard remains high in the 
Vancouver fire district, which includes Vancouver 
Island, but there are no fires burning on the Island 
and only four in the rest of the district, a B.C. 
Forest Service spokesman said Thursday. 

A campfire and industrial ban was lifted from 
the district Wednesday night, but in other parts 
of the province, Alberta and the Northwest Terri¬ 
tories, there are almost one million acres of forest 
ablaze. 


Not from EMI 



90. Save 
in group 
and sun¬ 
to 6.3S 


Quantities Last! 
Clearances 


FURNITURE 

Kofu and Chair-Keg, 45».93. Green Mal¬ 
tese covers, Shepherd castors. 1 Only. 
Clearance, J-pc. 399.95 

Gregg Sofa and Chair—Reg. 589.95. Onp 
Only in green and blue. Coil construction 
latex loam rubber cushions. 

Clearance, 2-pc. 409.99 

Pedestal Desk—Reg. 84 .95. Single Style 
in rich walnut veneer finish: 1 Only. 
Clearance 49.00 

KrolUer 2-Pc. Suite—Reg. 519.98. 1 Onl>. 
sofa and chair in mo-tone green. High 
tufted tack. Clearance. 2 pcs. 410.00 
sofa—Reg. 499.95. Bright orange fabric 
cover, chrome legs. Styled for young 
moderns. 1 Only. Clearance 290.00 
Sofa and C hair—Reg. 865.00. By Flex- 
steel. blue and green floral prim quilted 
fabric on one side. Traditional style with 
valance. 1 Only. Clearance 999.00 
Sun Cot with Wheels—Reg. 89.95. Heavy 
duty double tube aluminum, 2*a" mat¬ 
tress. Clearance, each 24.99 

Simmons l nit—Reg. 99.95. “Elegance" 
style 3 3'' tad unit. 312-coil construction. 
1 Only. Clearance 79.99 

Bed t nit — Reg. 149.95. Haddoll Hall 
“Debonnalre" 3 3" unit with 312 Adjuslo 
coils. Floor Sample, 1 Only. 

Clearance 119.99 

Living Room Suite—Reg. 899.95. Spanish 
style in black naugahyde. Styled by 
Sinper Ideal. Clearance 299.99 

Flexteel C hair—Reg. 267.00. Accasional 
style with blue floral cover. 1 Only. 
Clearance 197.00 

Occasional Chair—Reg. 126.00. By Brae- 
m -re in Italian Provincial style. Tur¬ 
quoise cover, walnut frame. 1 Only. 
Clearance 69.95 

Lawn or Patio Cinbrella — Reg. 69.95. 
With clamp. Clearance, each 44.95 
42“ Table for Above—Reg. 24.95. 

C lea ranee, each 14.99 

hitufman Knd Table—Reg. 99.05. One 
only to match above coffee table. 
Clearance 49.95 

Furniture. Second Moor 
Home Furnishings Building 


BUDGET STORE 

Boys’ Shorts—Reg. 2.99. Permanent 
press sports shirts with short sleeves. 
Sizes 10 to 16 in group. 

Clearance, each 99c 

Men’s Shirts — Permanent press sports 
shirts with start sleeves. Patterns and 
colours In small to large sizes. 

Clearance, each 2.99 

Men’s Slacks—Popular double knit slacks 
in straight leg style. Sizes 30 to 38 in 
beige, grey or blue. 

Clearance pair 12.99 

Infants’ Pant Sets—Reg. ^.99. Long punts 
with leg closing, bib front, hub boxer 
waist. White shirt or blouse. Sizes 12 
to 24 months. 

Clearance, each 1.99 

Girls’ Wear—Reg. 4.9D. Included are all- 
in-one cullottes or pant suits in sizes 7 
to 12 years. 

C learance, each 2.49 

Girls’ Squall Jackets — Reg. 5.00. All 

nylon with water repellent finish. White 
with red and blue piping. Sizes small and 
medium. 

Clearance, each 2.49 

Blankets—Viscose and nylon blend. Suta 
st: ndards. Size about 72" x 84". Assorted 
colours with matching binding. 

Clearance, each 4.00 

Bathroom Tank Seta — Reg. 8.79. In¬ 
cludes tank top, tank jacket and scat 
cover. Machine wash. Purple, goldtonc. 
green. Clearance, set 2.99 

Pillow Protectors — Muslin With zipper 
closing. White only. 

Clearance, pair 99 c 

Bedspreads—Keg. 12.99. Jacquard pat¬ 
tern. pre-shrunk cotton. Machine wash- 
able. Aqua, rose, green, guldtone in 
double bed size. 

Clearance, each 7.99 

Women’s Shoes—Reg. 7.99 to 11.99. A- 

sorted styles with leather uppers and 
compositi in s ites. White, blue, pink 
brown in broken sizes. 

Clearance, pair 5.99 

Infants’ and Girls’ Shoe-*—Reg. 4.99 1 o 

H.fw. Discontinued lines of Savage shoes 
Broken styles. Infants' sizes 5 to 8, girls 
sizes 8'z to 3 in group. 

C learance, pair 2.99 

Women’s Briefs—Arnel or nylon brief* 
in assorted colours. Small to large sizes 
in group. 

Clearance, 2 pairs 95c 

Women's Handbags-Smartly styled in 
simulated leather. Black or brown. 
Clearance, each 75« 

lx>ng Gowns—Sleeveless cotton gowns 
with scoop neck and dainty lace trim 
Broken sizes in assorted colours. 
Clearance, each 2.19 

Women’s Slacks—Crimped nylon stretch 
punts with elastic waist. Machine wash¬ 
able. Sizes 38 to 44 in navy or green. 
Clearance, each 3.99 

Women’s Raincoats —C 1 e a r i n g from 
stock, good quality raincoats in belted or 
half belt styles. Long or 8 i length in 
broken sizes and colours. 

Clearance, each 12.99 

IJrapes—Reg. 24.99 to 88.99. Double or 
triple widths with pleated tops, com¬ 
pleted with hooks. Fibreglass in olive 
melon or goldtone. 

Clearance, 8-Width, pair 29.99 

2-width, pair 19.99 

Watching Shower Curtain* and Drapes. 

Heavy vinyl in assorted colours. * 
Clearance, set 3.99 

I'lnnnelette Sheets — Large 8*1" x 100" 
double bed size. Machine washable, 
colourfast. 

Clearance, each 3.29 

Budget Store, Downstairs 

CANDIES 

Chocolate Bara—Reg. 88c Neilson choco¬ 
late bars. 20 5c bars in cello bags. 
Clearance, each 69 c 

Pastilles—Reg. 1.13. Terry’ s Black Cur¬ 
rent flavor. Stock up now at savings. 
Clearance, lb. 99C 

Chocolute*—Reg. 98c. 12-Ounce box of 
Jenny Lind assorted chocolates. 
Clearance, each 79c 

Milk Chocolates — Reg. 79c. Carnation 
brand assorted milk chocolate. 
Clearance, each 59c 

Candies, Main Floor 


D e s e r t 

uch 57 c 

30. Desert 


9.50. 

Plain 


2.99 

Jacquard 


7.99 

if choice of 

lavender. 

15.99 


By JOHN MATTERS 

Glendale Hospital’s first patient will be coming 
from the lower Mainland instead of what was 
promised two years ago — the 62 children in Eric 
Martin Institute. 

The provincial government 
apparently has decided that 
an understanding it had with 
i Royal Jubilee Hospital, which 
operates EMI, cannot be ex¬ 
ecuted and the result is that 
Glendale’s first patients will 
he moved here from The 
Woodland’s School, New West¬ 
minster. 

Glendale is the new hospital 
built by provincial M • n t a I 
Health Services for about 300 
seriously mentally and physi¬ 
cally handicapped patients. It 
has assembled most of Its key 
staff and in about three weeks 
will be accepting the first pa¬ 
tients at the institution, at tha 
end of Markham Road, Saan¬ 
ich. 


" cutter. 

7.79 

Circular saw 
mps. 

43.99 

Reg. 82.93. 

immer. 

25.99 

•g. 17.95. Size 
• adjustable 

13.99 


r. 


Playground 

Display 

Tuesday 

Victoria playgrounds 
hold their third annual parka 
display from 16 a. in. to 4 p.m. 
Tuesday at Royal Athletic 
Park for children who partici¬ 
pated In the park pitferuna 
during the summer. 

Each of the 10 (parks repre¬ 
sented In the display will 
show crafts mads by the chil¬ 
dren while In the program. 

A sports day of novelty 
races from 10:90 a.m. to 12:S# 
p.m. will be held for children 
from six to 12 years old 

Each playground will 
present a specialty from I to 
2:80 p.ni. and will range from 
drama to puppet show’s to 
gymnastics. A softball cham¬ 
pionship to begin at 2:80 p.m. 
will be played between north 
and south none winners. 


Lowest 

Tender 

Spotted 


Patterson Construction sub¬ 
mitted the lowest tender 
Thursday among four Victoria 
construction companies who 
bid on additions to Frank 
Hobbs elementary school, 
Saanich. 

Lowest bid was 5143.389. 
TTie other three tenders sub¬ 
mitted to the Greater Victoria 
school board were: Cana Con¬ 
struction, 5150,570; H. E. 
Fowler and Sons Ltd., 
5151.398, and E. J. Hunter and 
Sons Ltd., 5149,251. 

Additions to the school will 
include four classrooms, hall¬ 
ways for the new classrooms, 
two changerooms which will 
be attached to the existing 
gymnasium, a complete fire 
alarm system, installation of 
a carpet in the library and in¬ 
stallation of chain link fencing 
on the school grounds. 

Estimated cost by school 
board officials for the project 
was 5155,300. 

Bids, after being studied by 
the school board's construc¬ 
tion and maintenance com¬ 
mittee, will be referred to the 
next school hoard meeting 
Aug. 16 for choice. 


Police Seek 
U.S. Women 

Two Washington women hol¬ 
idaying in the Victoria area 
an? being sought by the police 
as there Is a serious Illness in 
tta family, a police spokes¬ 
man said. Mrs. Marla Foote 
and Mrs. Margaret Funke are 
driving a 1969 Dodge Monaco 
with Washington licence 
plates, police said. 


Circle Tour 


Interior decoration of B.C.’s legislative gallery ap- 
|,ears to have been altered somewhat to accommo¬ 
date premiers’ conference which began Thursday 
and ends today. Sitting in circle are nine premiers 
with advisers for eyeball-to-eyeball discussion. 
Desks and chairs are usually arranged at each side 


Written Pacts 

Royal Jubilee had expected 
that the 62 handicapped chil¬ 
dren on EMI's fifth floor 
would be the first persons ad¬ 
mitted to Glendale. Those ex¬ 
pectations were based on 
written and verbal statements 
made at the time Jubilee took 
over EMI. 

The hospital had hoped they 
might be moved so that it 
could get on with developing 
EMI as a unit offering the full 
range of modem psychiatric 
services. The handicapped 
children on EMI's fifth floor 
need mainly a custodial level 
of care. 

Not Enough 

However, this Is not Jubi¬ 
lee’s first disappointment with 
EMI. 

When it took over the build¬ 
ing. many structural modifi¬ 
cations were necessary for 
the security of patients. How¬ 
ever, in some cases those 
modifications to the tailding 
have not been capable of con¬ 
taining what psychoanalysts 
describe as libido. 

Another disappointment has 
been the backlog of geriatric 
patients who have accumulat¬ 
ed in EMI. This has occurred 
because it has not been possi¬ 
ble to admit them to River- 
view or priyate hospitals and 
rest homes. 

Space Needed 

The geriatric patients in 
EMI mainly suffer the senility 
that comes with aging. Doc¬ 
tors are disturbed that those 
patients are taking space that 
is needed by persons with 
acute psychosis. 

In addition, child welfare 
authorities as well as psychia¬ 
trists are annoyed that the 
sixth floor of EMI, meant to 
be a children's unit, is still 
not in use. 


Sidney Youth Losing Friend 

Woman Alderman Chooses 
Home Life Over Politici 


B> JIM BKAIIA.N 

Sidney youth will lose its 
most persistent champion on 
council this December when 
Aid. Norma Seleay completes 
her second term of office. 

The lone woman alderman 
on council told the Colonist 
Thursday that she will not 
seek re-election. 

Mrs. Sealey, who has three 
children aged nine, 10 and 11, 
said that, although she en¬ 
joyed council work and In¬ 
volvement in community af¬ 
fairs. she found her work at 
home and civic duties added 
up to a “bit too much.” 

She observed she often 
found herself working an 18- 
hour day. 

"I feel right now that I need 
a rest. I can never sit down at 
supper without the telephone 
ringing, and although I am 
tremendously interested in 
civic affairs I find I'm 
spreading myself too thin.” 

Mrs. Sealey still deplores 
the lack of facilities for youth 
in the Sidney area. 

"Backing the youth out here 
Is not a vote-getting project,” 
she said. “Youngsters don’t 
vote and therefore tend to he 
overlooked by the politi¬ 
cians.” 

She said she disliked the 
word politician because of the 
connotation it is usually 
given. 

“I have always had the 
courage of my convictions 
and I say what I believe at 
council meetings — I know 



Sealey 

tins is no way to ensure being 
ie-elected and many people 
have told me that I shouldn't 
get embroiled in controversial 
issues.” 

She pointed out that many 
aldermen have "a lot to say" 
before they get elected. 

“But once they are on coun¬ 
cil they shut 'up like clams." 

She was first elected to 
council in 1967 when she 
served two years. The next 
year* she stepped clown, but 
was re-elected again in 1970. 

During her terms of office 
she has served as chairman 
of committees for recreation. 


health and welt are, school li¬ 
aison and parks. 

She has represented council 
on several community com¬ 
mittees and has tak«‘n a s|>e- 
cial interest in organizing pro¬ 
grams for young people. 

Although she has found . it 
“frustrating" at times, she 
believes there is definitely a 
place on municipal councils 
for women. 

"Women have a different 
approach to many municipal 
problems than men. I think 
they are more humanitarian 
in their points of view. 

“When first elected to coun¬ 
cil. a woman feels she has 
three strikes against her. 
especially if she is the only 
female, and will work extra 
hard on any project so she 
can understand and discuss 
the various issues " 

"I remember one of my 
first council meetings alter 


being elected 
of sewers c 
grinned. “I ga'i 


id ihe subject 
up," she 
my opinion 


Bomb Scare 
Delays Game 

A bomb scare at Memorial 
Arena Wednesday night 
slightly delayed the start of a 
lacrosse game as Victoria po¬ 
lice spent about 45 minutes 
combing the premises. 

Police said they received an 
anonymous call about 7:20 
p.m. saying the bomb was to 
go off at 9 p.m., an hour after 
the game was soheduled to 
start. No tamb was found. 


Temporarily with Cool-Aid 

Legal Clinic Moving 


The Neighborhood Free Legal Clinic at 1290 
Gladstone, which has been doing a booming busi¬ 
ness since it opened last November, will move next 
Monday evening across the street to the Cool-Aid 
building at Femwood and Gladstone. 

A spokesman for the Victoria Bar Association 
committee which runs the clinic on a volunteer 
basis said Thursday the new location will be only 
a temporary one and a search for a permanent 
home has started. 

The clinic, which opens at 6:30 p.m. each 
Monday, had been operating in the old Weston 
bakery but its building has been taken over by a 
Vancouver realty firm. 


Tlie clinic, along with a similar twice-monthly 
operation in Langford, offers legal and general 
advice outside the limits of the regular criminal 
and civil advice given by the regular legal aid 
service in Greater Victoria. 

In June, the provincial government announced 
it would pay lawyers an $8 fee for each Legal Aid 
interview, starting July 1, in an effort to have the 
service expanded and put on a proper financial 
basis. 

This system has gone into effect in Greater 
Victoria to some extent but it is understood its 
use in the clinics has not been worked out as yet. 


and one of the male members 
pointedly asked what a 
woman was supposed to know 
about sewers and drains." 

Mrs. Sealey said she had 
first brought up tta subject of 
pollution at a council meeting 
"before it became fashion¬ 
able" to discuss the encroach¬ 
ing problem. 

"Nobody thought at that 
time about treatment plants 
and such, and when I brought 
it to the table they all thought 
I was a bit of a nut at that 
time because they believed 
the sewers were tuqptioning 

properly. 

She said she knew about the 
faulty conditions because of 
"the smell on my children 
alter they had been playing in 
the sand on tta shoreline The 
odor was absolutely foul," she 
said, and added that it was 
quite obvious what the cause 
of the stench in the sand was 

"But the mayor and other 
members of council at that 
time thought I was off my 
rocker." 

Next year Sidney faces a 
51.5-million sewage project in¬ 
cluding a secondary treat¬ 
ment plant. 

“Often I have been called 
nothing but nn agitator and at 
times I have been called 
worse than that but it 
wouldn’t bear repeating." 

"After I retire from council 
I’ll probably become a 
heckler — but I won’t treat 
them too badly because hav¬ 
ing sat on council I can appre¬ 
ciate the difficulties members 
are faced with. 

"However I’ll still press for 
.more recreational facilities 
in the area, and I, along with 
my entire family, will battle 
any kind of pollution." 


City Pipers 
Honored 

Signal honors have come to 
two Victoria pipers. 

Byron Barnard of 1738 Lee 
Avenue and Hal Senyk of 580 
John Street, both 21 years of 
age, were selected to repre- 
Ecnt the Spokane Pio- 
bairenchd Society at Oban 
and Cowal in Scotland. They 
were chosen from among the 
competitors at the Coeur 
d'Alene Festival in Idaho last 
week. 


Barbara kostouron arranging 
flowers. (A waitress in an 
Oak Bay dining room, she 
lives with tar parents Janie* 
and Doris Kostouros at 3980 
Bear Street. Saanich. Bar¬ 
bara’s interests are sports, 
sewing and being a cheer lead¬ 
er.) . . . Ron and Gail .Spence 
trying to learn mathematics 
. . Grace Anderson going 

shopping . . . Ernie I/ogon 
hosing down a floor . . . Lind* 
Swiss helping her older sister 
move , . . Ron Stubbing* 
home from a cherry-picking 
holiday . . . Ron Davis losing 
at cribbage . . . Darlene Rini- 
mer wishing she w-as at home 
... Vicki Anderson feeding 
her horse . . . Hugh Pettlcrew 
talking on the phone . . . Kim 
Peter* looking at his sore foot 
I>on Roger* putting a 
spark plug into his motorcycle 

• Hi' 


Barbara 




Gorge Hospital Head 
Denies Difficulties 
In Extension Job 


A large portion of the $30,000 contingency fund 
for the 300-bed extended care centre at Gorge Road 
Hospital has already been consumed but Mrs. C. C. 
Warren, hospital board chairman, says “everything is 
under control — it has all been talked out and re¬ 
solved.” 


The Colonist has learned, 
however, that problems were 
of sufficient gravity to precip¬ 
itate a switch of architects 
and the $3-milLion project that 
was started last February is 
now under the personal super¬ 
vision of John Wade of the 
firm of Wade, Stock dill, Ar¬ 
mour and Blewltt. 

Mrs. Warren denied rumors 
that part of a recently-built 
parking lot, included in the 
new project, will have to be 
torn up to accommodate un¬ 
derground conduit or that 
there have been problems 
with a road that is being used 
by the contractor. 

She said it is not uncommon 
for the owner of any new 
building to encounter con¬ 
struction “extras" but it also 
is common to got credits for 


work suggested in the specifi¬ 
cations that is later found un¬ 
necessary. 

The state of tta contingency 
fund won’t be known until the 
hospital is finished. 

In any case, said Mrs. War¬ 
ren. the extended care centre 
might be completed next 
March, which would be three 
months ahead of schedule. 

The contract for Gorge 
Road Hospital’s unit was 
awarded to Cana Construction 
Ltd. at a price of 52.921,521, 
which was about 51 mlHlon 
below) guidelines set by B.C. 
Hospital Insurance Service 
for projects of that type. 

Because of the unexpectedly 
low price, approvals for the 
work to begin came quickly 
from both the provincial gov¬ 
ernment and the Capital Re¬ 
gion s hospital district. 





























$ailtt (SolouUt Victorio, B.C, Fridoy, August 6, 1971 


French, English Official Tongues 

Cameroon Shares 
Bilingual Problem 


By BARBARA McLINTOCK 

The African oountry of Ca¬ 
meroon is, like Canada, a bi¬ 
lingual nation with French 
and English as Its two official 
languages. 

The bilingualism leads to 
some of the same problems as 
Canada, has too, according to 
a Victoria couple who have 
recently returned from two 
years working in the country. 

Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Doell 
will return to the African 
state in September, however, 
to live there a third year 
while Doell acts as director of 
the agriculture program at 
the Cameroon College of Arts. 
Science and Technology in 
Bambili. 

Cameroon Is divided into 
two parts, explained Doell in 
discussing the problem of bi¬ 
lingualism. In East Ca¬ 
meroon. French is the official 
language, but in Wast Ca¬ 
meroon. where the Doell* 
live, the official language is 
English. 

Mo»dy Farms 

Problems arise, he said, be¬ 
cause the national capital and 
the main seaport city are both 
in East Cameroon, and people 
from West Cameroon who 
visit find they must know 
some French to get along. 

“Officially, it's bilingual, 
like Canada." said Doell. "but 
It doesn’t always work out 
quite that way.” 

The college at Bambili 
where the Doells live is bout 
10 miles from Bamenda, one 
of the larger centres in West 
Cameroon. However, the area 
is almost entirely rural, and 
agriculture is the only in¬ 
dustry. 

Near Bamenda the land is 
all rolling grassland. Doell 
said, and there are few Afri¬ 
can animals. But further to 
the north there are elephants 
and other animals, though not 
as many as further east in 
Kenya. 

Arts Taught 

Bambili collage In made up 
of an advanced arts and 
science school, a secondary 
teaaher training development 
and the agriculture training 
school. The arts and science 
school prepares students for 
university entrance. 

A total of about 350 student* 
attend the college, Doell said, 
30 of them in his agriculture 


division. During the past two 
years the agriculture school 
has built up a livestock pro¬ 
gram with a 15,000 grant 
given to the college by B.C. 
External Aid Fund Commit¬ 
tee. 

The committee, he noted 
has offered a further $7,000 
grant to supply a tractor and 
some other farming equip¬ 
ment. 

Main crop at the moment it 
coffee, he said, with other 
crops, such as rice and yams, 
grown for local consumption. 


Moat of them just graze 
their cattle out over the 
grasslands, ha said, and fol¬ 
low "ancient traditions” In 
their oustoms and religion. 

Despite the amount of help 
received, he noted, there is 
still a lot of room for individu¬ 
al add. One of the moat de¬ 
serving agencies at present, 
in the Doells’ opinion, is the 
Bamenda General Hospital 
which is undertaking a fund 


driva to ralat money for hos¬ 
pital Improvements, particu¬ 
larly a kitchen and mora sani¬ 
tary facilities. 

Persons who wish to give 
money to the hospital, Doell 
said, may send it to the Ba¬ 
menda General Hospital, Ba- 
meda, West Cameroon. 

The Doells are spending the 
summer at 1830 Fern Street, 
Victoria. Doall was previously 
a teacher at Oak Bay high 
school and also In Kelowna. 



Soviet Girl Fired ■ 


For Wearing 


- s 


Trousers to Work 


Mr. and Mrs. Doell 


Scope Grows R . Hzmlstltyj-Take Note; 


However, Cameroon Devel¬ 
opment Corporation has start¬ 
ed Urge development projects 
of other crops, including palm 
oil trees, rubber trees, cocoa, 
bananas and peppers. Tea 
plantations have also started. 

Once students have grad¬ 
uated from the two-year ag¬ 
riculture program at the col¬ 
lege, most of them go into the 
West Cameroon community to 
work under the ministry of 
agriculture as assistant 
workers In these and other 
development projects. ha 
said. 

Doell is working under con¬ 
tract to the Canadian Interna¬ 
tional Development Agency in 
Ottawa. Besides Canada, na¬ 
tions lending aid to Cameroon 
include Taiwan, West Ger¬ 
many. The Netherlands and 
Switzerland. 

School Popular 

Many Peace Corps workers 
are also in the area, he said, 
and some of these help out at 
the agriculture college. Doell 
is the only full-time staff 
member at the agriculture 
school; he is assisted by 13 
part-time faculty, he said. 

West Cameroon Is just be¬ 
ginning to develop, Doell said, 
and the people have become 
quite enthusiastic about edu¬ 
cation. Most of the children, 
even from the outlying areas, 
now go to school, and there is 
“keen competition for marks” 
among them, he noted. 

Aid Sought 

However, in many of the 
rural areas, the people still 
live in their traditional ways, 
he said, emphasizing that this 
did not mean they were "sav¬ 
ages or extremely primi¬ 
tive.” 


Penmanship Can Hurt 


Power of Vote 
Seen as Key 
To Women’s Lib 

WASHINGTON (AP) — She picketed the White 
House, staged protest marches, went to jail tor “ob¬ 
structing traffic” and was denounced in the United 
States Congress for “promoting treason.” 

But Alice Paul finally got 
what she wanted. 

And more than a half-ten- 


Dear Ana Landers: Since 
you see more crazy handwrit¬ 
ing, lousy spelling, undeci¬ 
pherable signatures and con¬ 
voluted sentence structure 
than anyone in the world, you 
should be especially sympa¬ 
thetic to my problem. 

,I work for a direct mailing 
company. Every day we 
receive about 10,000 requests 
for gifts end catalogues. If we 
can’t read an address we 
guess. If the writing is so bad 
that we can’t even guess, we 
must throw away the letter. 
Within four weeks (the time 
allowed for delivery), we 
usually receive a nasty blast 
accusing us of being crooks, 
threatening us with the law, 
etc. Here is a sample: 

“Dear Sir; Where is my 
catalogue? What kind of a 
racket are you running any¬ 
way? If I don’t get the 
catalogue or my money back 
within a week I am going to 
the law. And hurry up 
because we are are moving.” 

The signature looks like T. 
Myntrktlz. It might also be R. 
Hzmlstltyj. There Is no ad¬ 
dress, nothing to help us. 

Also, a word to the post¬ 
men: Please, when there is a 
change of address, don't 
obliterate the old address. We 
need It so we can erase it 
from our computer tape. 
Also, Mr. Postman, please 
print the new address so 
everyone can read It — not 
just you. Thanks a heap. — 
Keyed Up Keypunches 

Dear Keyed: I know exactly 
what you are up against. I 
lwpe a few million folk* out 
there get the message. 
Thanks for writing — in 
penmanship I could read. 



cAnn 

Zanders 


Dear Mr*. 8.: Sorry, in my 
opinion you are letting the 
clods off too easily. I think 
you ough to say, "We lost two 
before our youngest was 
bom.” and watch them 
stumble all over themselves 
apologizing. 

□ 

Dear Ann Landers: Our 

daughter received, as a grad¬ 
uation gift, a box of inexpen¬ 


sive dusting powder. The 
woman who sent it is a close 
friend of mine. The powder 
was obviously something she 
had received during a recent 
illness. I was hurt. I was also 
ashamed of myself for having 
put a dollar value on our 
friendship. Suddenly it oc¬ 
curred to me that what really 
bothered me was her lack of 
thought. I hope you will tell 


your readers that those who 
don’t want to spend much can 
select some useful but Inex¬ 
pensive items. What oounts Is 
that some effort goes into the 
gift selection. For the bride: 
kitchen gadgets, gaily colored 
paper goods, dish towels. For 
the graduate: a charm for a 
bracelet, pens, pencils, a 
dictionary. 

In time I will forgive my 
friend but my feelings for her 
will never be the same. I hate 
the fact that I shall never 
forget this petty ‘incident. It 
makes me petty, too. Thanks 
for letting me express my 
bitterness. — Only Human. 

Dear Human: Some people 
have a cheap streak when It 
comes to gifts. Your friend is 
obviously one of those people. 
I can say nothing to improve 
the situation so I will simply 
say I'm glad I served a useful 
purpose. 


MOSCOW (UPI) - A 
"worthy comradely rebuff' 
waa admlnfcteied Wc&ieeday 
by the Newspaper literary 
Gazette to a factory tor firing 
a girl bookkeeper who showed 
up at work to trousers. 

The appearance of 18-year- 
old Valya K. in pants so 
shocked the factory’s trade 
union committee that an 
emergency meeting was held 
which by a vote of 5 to 1 or¬ 
dered the immediate dismiss¬ 
al of the offender. 

"This is a disgrace," the 
newspaper of the writers’ 
union quoted one of the girl's 
judges as saying: "A bad ex¬ 
ample. It is infectious and if 
wo don’t act today tomorrow 
will be too late." 

"And all understood that 
the factory was threatened 
with disaster," the paper 
said. 

All, that is, except Lydia 
Ivanovana, a 56-yeer-old 
worker, who protested the de¬ 
cision of the majority and 
boldly said, "I would like to 
wear pants myself If my fig¬ 
ure permitted it." 

The literary gazette strong¬ 
ly protested what it called 
"using the truncheon" arbi¬ 
trarily to enforce matters of 
taste. 

The author of the article in 
the same magazine said she 
was personally against 
women wearing pants, 
against the mini as well as 


Pilot Puts on New Face 
After North Pole Flight 


tury later, at age 86, Miss 
Paul scents another victory. 

“We have the only weapon 
w# nead now to win passage 
of the equal rights amend¬ 
ment — the vote,” says the 
tiny woman who fought to 
capture that weapon. 

The proposed amendment to 
the U.S. constitution would ex¬ 
pressly forbid discrimination 
on the basis of sex. 

“Women are finally aroused 
enough” to use their vote in 
their own behalf, said Miss 
Paul, the last of the militant 
suffragettes who wrote the 
equal rights amendment first 
introduced in Congress in 
1923. 

“Politicians from the pres¬ 
ident on down had best realize 
that," she added in an inter¬ 
view. 

The daughter of a Quaker 
banker, she was 28 when she 


helped take command of the 
suffrage movement in 1913. 

Seeking to impress Wood- 
row Wilson with the move¬ 
ment's strength, Miss Paul or¬ 
ganized a march by 8,000 
women down Pennsylvania 
Avenue the day before his in¬ 
auguration as president. 

The marching women 
touched off a wild melee 
among spectators, finally 
quelled by troops from a 
nearby fort. 

Wilson later refused to meet 
with delegations dispatched to 
the White House by Miss 
Paul. But extensive picketing, 
sometimes causing riots, and 
several arrests of Miss Paul 
and h&L - followers finally 
. moved Wilson. 


Dear Ann Landers: Five 
years ago our third child died 
of pneumonia when I was 
pregnant with the fourth. The 
anxiety and shock caused me 
to have a miscarriage. 
Eighteen months later I had a 
fifth child. Now when I attend 
PTA or civic functions and 
someone asks how many 
children we have and what 
are their ages, I say 15, 13 
and 3. Invariably someone 
will laugh and make a crude 
remark such as, "Wow, 10 
years apart! Ho, Ho, Ho. 
Never say die, eh?" 

I would never embarrass 
anyone by setting him 
straight, but perhaps if you 
print this letter it will educate 
people to be more careful 
about their cute remarks. — 
Mrs. S. Kearny, N..L 


LONDON (UPI) - British 
pilot Sheila Scott flew home 
Wednesday from a 34.000-mile 
globe-girdling journey that 

Driver of Year 
No Old Lady 

DETROIT (UPI) — Frank 
Luski won an argument with 
his wife when he was named 
the good driver of the year by 
the Traffic Association of De¬ 
troit. 

“I always thought I was a 
good driver but my wife tells 
me I drive like an old lady." 
he said. 


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made her the first woman to 
fly solo over the North Pale - 
making an extra circuit over 
London airport "to put a face 

on." 

Two thousand spectators 
cheered as the 44-year-old 
Miss Soott landed, then stood 
on the wing of her blue and 
white twin-engine Piper Aztec 
plane and drank champagne. 

"I must confess 1 did an 
extra circuit over Heathrow 
to put a face on," said Miss 
Scott, who looked tanned and 
stylish in white slacks and 
tunic top. "I did my hair a bit 
and put on some lipstick. I 
:ilso put on shoes — I fly 
barefoot." 

The blonde ex-actress, who 
started her aerial odyssey 






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the maxi-skirt and against 
bell-bottom trousexa. 

3be waa equally oppueed to 
crew haircuts and to hippie- 
like tresses but: 

“My taate la not obligatory 
to others. Taste can be good 
or bad and it must be cul¬ 
tivated delicately and not by' 
mean* of a truncheon. It la 
axiomatic that educational' 
measure* should ha consistent; 
with the dignity of human 
beings." 

The newspaper did not say 
what happened to Valya. 

But publication of the artl-\ 
ole and the newspaper’s edi¬ 
torial comment are certain to 
lead to two developments: 

• Valya will be returned to 
her job. 

• TTie paper will be flood¬ 
ed with letters, pro and con, 
on miniskirt* and short pants 
and long hair. 


Pachyderm ; 
Was for Real t 

LIGONIER. Ind. OIPIl — 
Mrs. Bea Warner glanced out 
the kitchen window of her 
home Thursday morning and 
saw an elephant trampling 
her garden. She called police 
who notified the visiting 
circus and a trainer was dis¬ 
patched to lead the elephant 
back to the circus grounds. 


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Junu 1, flew around the world 
one end a half time,. She said 
the U.S. National Aeronautics 
and Space Administration 
monitored her physical and 
mental reactions via satellite. 

According to Miss Scott, 
NASA monitored her as part 
of a research program to test 
the suitability of women as 
astronauts. 

Miss Scott said the worst 
part of the trip was flying 
over the North Pole from 
Bodo, Norway, to Point Bar- 
row. Alaska. 

“I felt very alone. It was 
dark and I was really scared. 
There was a point where I 
didn’t know where I was. It 
was pure luck and nothing 
more that I found the pole.” 


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Flowers in Dahlia Display and Trial 
Garden at Lambrick Park fascinated 
gardeners young and old at opening 
of garden Wednesday night. Saanich 
Mayor Hugh Curtis officially dedi- 


(Ihildren’s Lib Coming? 


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Society. 1 
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after cere 


‘... No Getting l 


LONDON (UPI) — Parents 
have had their way too long, 
said Anna Dtaa, 7. and Elise 
Brickman, 8. So they wrote to 
the newspaper Dally Mirror 
Thursday to announce forma¬ 
tion of a children's liberation 
group. 

Demands listed by the chil¬ 
dren, the Mirror said, in¬ 
clude : 

• The right not to kiss vi¬ 


siting uncles and other rel 
tives. 

• The right to watch Fra 
kenstein and Dracula films < 
television late at night. 

• The right to refuse 
eat liver, spaghetti and boih 
«gR»- 

"Their hand-written mar 
festo lists (in the origin 
spelling) the 'foiling' gri* 
ances that need to be p 
right," the Mirror said: 


Rembrandt , Velasquez 
In Family's Art Find 


MARSEILLE (ReuterI A 
Marseille family struck it rich 
Thursday when they were told 
that three dust-laden paint¬ 
ings hanging in their subur- 

Iran home are masterpieces 

by Rembrandt. Velasquez and 
Watteau. 

A Marseille art expert said 
he discovered the master¬ 
pieces while restoring and 
cleaning them for the family 
which wished to remain an¬ 
onymous. 


The Rembrandt and the 1 
lasquez are self-portrait* 
the artist* in their 20s and 
Watteau is a miniature oi 
woman and child acw 
panied by a musician. 

Three other experts 
Zurich and Amsterdam h 
confirmed his analysis. 
Marseille expert, A. R. T? 
told reporters. 

He said the paintings 
worth more than $1 million 


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Victoria, ».C., Friday. Augutt 6, 1971 


Pastes 

Cause 

Gum 

< 

Disease? 


et Girl Fired 
Wearing 
jsers to Work 


Victorian Chosen 
For U.S. Meeting 


Mies Margaret Lowe, past 
president of University Wo¬ 
men's Club of Victoria, will 
represent the city at a trienni¬ 
al conference of International 
Federation of University 
Women in Philadelphia, Pa., 
next week. * 

The conference will be held 
at the Annenberg Centre for 
Communication Arts and 
Sciences at the University of 
Pennsylvania from Monday to 
Aug. 18. 

Theme of the conference is 
taken from the UNESCO con¬ 
stitution: “Since wars begin 
in the minds of men. it is in 
Uie minds of then that the 
defences of peace must be 
constructed." 

Canadian delegation will be 
led by Mrs. J. L. Black of 
Saclcville, N.B., president of 
the Canadian Federation of 
University Women. 


SPECIAL 


bell-bottom trousers. 

2»* was equally opposed t> 
crew haircuts and to hippie- 
like tresses but: 

“My taste is not obligatory 
to others. Taste can be good 
or bad and it must be oul-. 
tivated delicately and not by 
means of a truncheon. It l» 
axiomatic that educational' 
measures should he consistent 
with the dignity of human 
beings." •* 

The newspaper did not say 
what happened to Valya. 

But publication of the arti-\ 
cle and the newspaper’s edi¬ 
torial comment are certain to 
lead to two developments: 

• Valya will be returned to 
her job. 

• The paper will be flood¬ 
ed with letters, pro and con, 
on miniskirts and short pants 
and long hair. 

except Lydia 
, a 5b-year-oid 

majority and PdcJiyflcTTtl \ 

Was for Real \ 

gazette strong- LIGONIER, Ind. fUPl) — 
that it called Mrs. Bea Warner glanced out 
incheon" aitxi- the kitchen window of her 
*c# matters of home Thursday morning and 
saw an elephant trampling 
her garden. She called police 
who notified the visiting 
circus and a trainer was dis¬ 
patched to lead the elephant 
back to the circus grounds. 


WASHINGTON <AP> — 
Brushing with some tooth¬ 
pastes may brighten your sex 
appeal, but what if It hurts to 
smile? 

Several popular brands may 


HOT 

DOCS 

2 . 40 * 

Mello-Spot 


be of 18-year- 
tn pants so 
ctory’s trade 
we that an 
ting was held 
i of 5 to 1 or- 
diate dismiss- 


swelling of the gums, says an 
unpublished U.S. defence de- 
pertment study released 
today b y Senator Claibom 
Pen (Dem. R.I.). 

The condition, known as 
gingiaval stomatitis, was 
found among users of Colgate, 
Crest, McLean, Plus White, 
Ultra-Brite, Vote and Gleem. 

Colgate-Palmolive Co. Is¬ 
sued a statement questioning 
the scientific validity of the 
study, and Pell himself con¬ 
ceded it may not be conclu¬ 
sive. 

"But I believe the American 
consumer deserves to be in¬ 
formed completely on the 
findings of tax-supported con¬ 
sumer research,’’ Pell said. 

Scientists for the Army In¬ 
stitute of Dental Research 
conclude that clinical and lab¬ 
oratory findings “indicate 
strongly that some commer¬ 
cially available dentifrices 
may cause painful gingival 
responses to the user." 

The conclusion is based on 
two clinical surveys involving 
a total of 1,067 patients and 
laboratory tests with 30 
hamsters. 

Pell said he wiM sponsor leg¬ 
islation authorizing the Food 
and Drug Administration to 
require cautionary labels on 
toothpastes found to have pos¬ 
sible harmful effects, and to 

"restore the balance of truth 
in toothpaste advertising.’’ 


kiagrace,” the 
the writers’ 
ie of the girl’a 
k: “A bad ex- 
fectious and if 
day tomorrow 


Mr. and Mrt. Gordon 


•rstood that 
threatened 
the paper 


S-T-R-E-T-C-H & SEW 
FABRICS 

SUMMER SALE 

STARTS FRIDAY — 9 A.M. 

Discover the Exciting New World of 

S-T-R-E-T-C-H & SEW FABRICS 


Date Celebrated 


Rossland during the Second 
World War. 

They retired to Victoria 
about 10 years ago and enjoy 
gardening at home. 

They have two sons, two 
daughters and 13 grand¬ 
children. 


A Brentwood couple, Mr. 
and Mrs. J. E. Gordon, cele¬ 
brated their golden wedding 
anniversary Thursday with a 
small family party. 

Gordon and his wife. Holly, 
of 777 Harding Lane, were 
married Aug. 5,1921. 

They lived tor many years 
In the Rossland area in the In¬ 
terior of B.C., where Gordon 
was employed at the Cominco 
plant. During that time both 
were very active in irtany 
community organizations and 
Gordon served as mayor of 


S-T-R-E-T-C-H a SEW Fabrics often 
you an exdtln* new concept In •aw¬ 
ing — a quick and easy way to 
errata your own fashions aconom- 

taaUy. 

aT R-E-T-C-H a SEW fabric* are 


Ceremony Opens Blossoms 

Flowers In Dahlia Display and Trial cated garden which is centennial pro- 
Garden at Lam brick Park fascinated ject of Victoria Glad and Dahlia 
gardeners young and old at opening Society. Heidi Grause, 11, of 1796 
of garden Wednesday night. Saanich Feltham, Saanich, examines bloom 
Mayor Hugh Curtis officially dedi- after ceremony.—(ElHs Shipman) 


If the article in 
lazine said she 
I a 11 y against 
taring pants, 
[ini as well as 


kime Appointments 

H set In ju^?one hour. Sandwich 
Indcr the dryer If required! Our 
senior staff makes this possible, m .i W 

Phene 383-6015 ^ V 

roprtetor, Lea Andrews of London, England 


Children’s Lib Coming? 


FIRST QUALITY IMPORTED COTTONS - Plain, 
printed and stripes, Reg. 3.95 yard, SALE, YD. . - 

CRIMPLENES—Reg. 5.95 to 7.95 yard. 


No Getting Shuken 


SALE, YD. 


ROSE'S JEWELERS 
MID-SUMMER 

WATCH SALE 


ENGLISH FLORAL CRIMPLENES 

to 10.95 yard. SALE. YD. - 

POLYESTERS — Reg. 8.95 and 9.91 


“Not being allowed In pubs. 

“Having to get up early. 

“Getting smacked and 
shuken. 

“Teachers telling you of." 

The Mirror said the girls' 
parents are bearing up well 
under the "strain” of their 
militant daughters. 

The newspaper quoted 
E 1 i s e ’ s mother, Blanche 
Brickman, as saying, “we 
were a bit shocked at some of 
the things they want. We 
thought they were being a bit 
cheeky. But it's a bit of a 
scream, really." 


We welcome back to our 
Salon, Vi Blaney, a charming 
operator of wide experience 
. . . particularly good with 
fine and difficult hair. Vi 
joins our staff of four very 
experienced hairdressers. 

Annas Taylor 

Beauty Salon 

Phone 383-6015 
1004 Brand Street 


st! MOTOROLA si™ 

\ RADIOS MADE IN CANADA 

most large cars and all import cars, also for 
campers. Don’t buy Just a radio — Insist on 

MOTOROLA 

IMMEDIATE INSTALLATION 


SAVE UP TO 


ON FAMOUS 
MAKES 


S-T-R-E-T-C-H & SEW 
FABRICS 


1317 DOUGLAS ST. 


Rembrandt , Velasque: 
In Family’s Art Find 


KING AUTO RADIO 

ADRA STREET 383-3724 


The Rembrandt and the Ve¬ 
lasquez are self-portraits of 
the artists in their 20s and the 
Watteau is a miniature of a 
woman and child accom¬ 
panied by a musician. 

Three other experts In 
Zurich and Amsterdam have 
confirmed his analysis, the 
Marseille expert, A. R. Thur, 
told reporters. 

He said the paintings are 
worth more than $1 million. 


MARSEILLE (ReuterI A 
Marseille family struck it rich 
Thursday when they were told 
that three dust-laden paint¬ 
ings hanging in their subur- 
i»an home are masterpieces 
by Rembrandt. Velasquez and 
Watteau. 

A Marseille art expert said 
he discovered the master¬ 
pieces while restoring and 
cleaning them for the family 
which wished to remain an¬ 
onymous. 


CONTACT LENSES 


ne modern 
visual 
ion and 


Centennial Year 


SUMMER 


Centennial 

Year 

certainly calls for celebration 
and entertainment. 

Have you planned your enter¬ 
tainment for the year? 
c. e. sorvin Ltd. is celebrating 
with a big SUMMER SALE, 
giving everybody a chance to 
purchase. 

IMPORTED SCANDINAVIAN 
TEAK FURNITURE at 
I GW. LOW PRICES 
In time tor your own 
celebration. 


lard Contact Lenses - 74.50 

ble In over 30 colors. 

■es an Initial wearing schedule 

ifetlme cleaning and polishing service every 6 

8 . 

includes all fittings, case, solutions and first 
insurance. 


Reg. 5.00 
Sale Price 
E&. 


Gives that appealing fit and 
separation. Semi - stretch 
straps, elastic sides. White. 
A. 34-36; B: 34-40; C: 34-42; 


ioes not get under the lens. 
ticticaUy impossible to overwear them. 

Includes all fittings and first year’s insurance. 

oniplete refund within SO days If not satisfied 

More Information and an Appointment 
Please Call 384-7651 


Reg. 6.00 
Sale Price 
Ea. 


Soft, natural tricot. Elastic 
sides, semi - stretch straps. 
White. A: 32^6; B. 32-38; 
C. 32-40. 


Nest of Tables From $30.00 
Occasional Chairs From $50.00 
Chest of Drawers From $50.00 


Free Spirit Padded Bra 


Smooth tricot with light fibre- 
fill lining. White. A: 32-36; 
B: 32-38; C: 32-38. 


c.e. sorvin M 


Phone 384-7631 


'Your Scandinavian Furniture Centra" 

) Dougin* St. MB Wool Hunting. St. 

ctorla, B.C. Vancouver, B.C. 

■1M--91X MU S-MM1 

OPEN FRIDAY UNTIL » P.M. 


R WANT ADS — 386-2 
The Major Market for 
Many Mini Items 


Simpsons-Sears, Hillside: 8190 Shelbourne Street. Lots of Fi*ee Parking . . . No Tickets, No Time Limit 

























































































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24 8nlyOalunixi Victwio, B.C., Friday, AutvMB, 1*71 


386 - 2 / 2 / 


CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING 

Vancouver Island's Largest Shopping Centre in Print 


386-2121 


Bporta, US-1000 
TELETHON EX 
AVTBM-HOtlEX 
11 :M p.m. to 1 ».m. 
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BOX BtPUtM 


AH replloo to privato kox 
•ai libera available troru 
AIM a.iu. to OiOO p.m. 
Monday to Friday la- 
elaalve. 


Ol't lCC UOUIU 
qaaeitled Counter, 0i« 


a.ni. 


to (too p in. Hurt- 
OUloa, OlOO a.m. to 
non put. Monday to 
Friday tnelualve. 


CLOSED SATUBUAV 


TELEPHONE BOHB* 
11*0 a.m, to OiO* p.n>. 
Monday to Saturday la- 
oluAlve. 


CLAHKIF1UU COKY 
l>UAl>LlNIBtf 


Regular classified •dverli 
manta may ba Placed 

counter, • a.m. to S: nn 
Am day prior .»? • 


varilsa- 


All classified mnWI 
must be In Inf ja 
Victoria Press Lit 
' Street, by 4.* 
prior to - 
■pi ton 
Colonl 
i Friday 


■ - Sir 
fry or 
ha ex« 



ft DEATH*. 



families, har father ti 
Ina In in* early 1840s in ... 
''Thames City" and har mothar 
aboard tt>a ''Tynemouth." 

iSkssmwb 

Fercy will* officiating. Cremation. 
(Piowar* gratefully declined). 


I HEATHS, 
DICKINSON- 


niNBBAia 


CKINSON-On 


nr ra 


tea 

$)?#%» 

mant Jn the far. 

Rw Say Carnalerr- 




tha furthered har ad oca 
and antarad tha fetching 
Married in Saptam- 


I mam 

Auauat 

IBS* 


SS 


sLrs J! 

♦ali horn In 
a resident at 




.. 

iP Vernon, 
at Victoria 

MRMrly 


Srh'flLHi.'T*’. •ras. 

hi. .0.- ),' u. MjfjW*, 

Miss Mary Jana Cull 


FtilX COVEHAUB 
CLASSIFIED HATES 

AGATE TYPE ONLY 

t par word par day. 
Mcutlva day*. 7c por 


■Ugm 

iESS 


heeding# and w 
, charged afihe 
--rd* par llna) , 
Mlnlmu 


words am 
Bach ir 
figure* ant 
ona word. 


whlta spaces 
advert laement 18 


All adk requ ring aHvta o(N 
than that manliortad above will b 
charged by the measured anal 
lino H4 junta llnaa aauaI I Inch);. 

Inch 

Thraa coo 


Thrao cenaeci 
ling/ *4.47 Inch 
Hu conaacuti 
, t3 93 Inc r 


;utlva daya. Me par 


;utlve dava. 2 *c oar 


National rala. 43c line par day 
Tan par cant surcharge If more 


than ona also Ivp* l» used. 
Notlcaa, 13.00 


Birth 

■onion. 

In Mamortam « 
Thanks, Daalh 
Notices. n< * 

S3.IS first ... 
subsequent inaarllona. 
tional llna. 33c dally 


I cm. Cards 
. , „ and Auna. _. 

tSRtfVl fe 

ikarllona. Each addl- 


Rlrfhs, Daatha, In _*Aamorlam 
Notlcaa, Cardk of Thankk not 
accoptad by talaphona. 


-vice la malrv- 


SUBICBIfTION BATS! 
Wherever carrier aorvl'- ** 
lalnad, M.OO par month. 

By mail: Canada, S3 SO P«r month, 
$10 00 par Ihraa monlha, 539.00 par 
yaar. United Slates, UM par 
month. Sunday only; Canada, 75c 
par copy, 113do par voor. Unllad 

*»•••*•. ** fz ,5se v '. *] # -l* jg 


Mr a. Judith 

Vancouver, I. __ __. 

of Kamloops/ rala mothar. Mrs. 
F. J. (Nancy) Cull of VarnOh, ‘ 
brolhar, Ronald H. ot Varnon; 
klklark. Eva Nva of Kamloo 
and Mildred Sowar lay * 

Funeral aarvicaa wll 
* **- "- ,v 


„ . „ . V\"t. 

gilbert from If. Peter's Anglican 
Church. St Patera Rood on 
Friday, Auauat i, at 1 p.m. 
Flower* gratafulF 


Dlracto 


CLASSIFICATION 

INDEX 


VITAL STATIITICft 

IQ 


. . a and Funerals 

I Cerda of Thanks 

n Mam ' 


NOTICES 
It Monumental 
Announce! 


mla 


year Commonwaalth and foreign 
jyufl* autiki nplions art payabla In 

@n£i&juissettr*' 

Mamtoar Audit Bureau oI Clru 


Clrcule- 


Tha Victoria ..— , —^ 
not be liabla for non-lnaartlon of 
any advartlaamant beyond tha 
amaunt paid tor such advartlaa- 

'"tn the avanl of an arror 
occurrmu the liability of Victoria 
Prtkk Ltd shall not axcoad tha 
•*-- ica actually 


U Cater mg, Banquet and 
Recaption Rooms 
17 Restaurants 
II Placaa to Visit 
20 Lost and Found 

]i Mala or Female Halo Wanted 

it 51!® 

29 Sltualions Wanted Male 

30 Situations Wantad Female 

31 Silualionk Wanted Mala 
or Female 

* md 

34 Bukinakt Services and Direc¬ 
tory 

IBRVICBS 

JhOQlt 

Musicians and 


and Mrs. Holly 
noved east Id 
_. Ottawa from 
hay have res Wed 

try tor the past 17 years 
services ware heid 
ot Jacquoi F 
John L Pot 
latino. 


and thoir two sons 
1933 and lived at 
I9u to I9S4. Thay 
Caloory 
maflal 

*' ofmla 


;napp — Suddenly In Victoria on 
August 3 1971. Mr Wilfred 

Charles Knapp, aged 71 years, ot 

. uv.“t: 


vino'wife, Cissy; ona son, Gena 
vTclor)a; on^. soughjgr^ Mrs. 


of Victoria; ona doughl 
Arthur (Iria Mov) J 
Victoria; four t 
Funarol servlet 
FLORAL CHAPI 

ygt- 


grandchildren 
Ica In McCall B 
PEL, Johnson 


„ Tssym.%j: rt w:i±s 

McLaren officiating Fallowed by 
cremation. 


LEIGH - F. R 
Commander, 
74th - J 



Hr 

e&%aB4nBbiK 

the vfluntoar Tire Irlaode 

194/1941. 

Service will,bo haW In the St. 

som officiating Cremation. Please 
no flowers. Sands Punorol c hope I 
of Rosas In charge m | 

monls 


olms IEAD- Mrs. Lorain# Marla 
ot 201 North Terminal Aye., Na¬ 
naimo ^osaod owav In the No- 
I General Hoapltal, 


nalmo Roglor 
Tuesday, Am 
She is survly 


14 ANNOUNCEMENTH 



Ml. 


HOURS DUII- 

tHom LonJ^ 


UT OOM1NO EVENT* AND 
MEETINUI 


LADIES AUXILIARY 
to tha 

London Booing Club 


BINGO 

Ev«ry Friday, 7:30 p.m. 


NOW AT CURLING RINK 
19&2 Quadra 


term 


WIN SEASON’S PASS 


All games good neighbors 
1 game 1100 
1 game ISO 
Door Prized 

5 extra games 2Sc card 

Admix at on II 


...j with loraea national company. 
Ambitious, coroar minded people 
with eMcutlve potential will re¬ 
ceive planned training In prepara¬ 
tion tor a career os a branch mon- 
with notion's oToost 
consumer finance 


Free bus to town 


Help us for a 
free gymnasium for 
the boy* 


PNE 

Aug. 25 and 28, Sept. 1 and 4 
110 adult, II under 12. 
Includes admissions. 


ABBOTSFORD AIR 8HOW 
Abbotsford, B.C. 
August 14 and 15 
110.50 adults, |l under 12 
(Includes admission) 


B.C. Parlour Car Tour* 
385-4411, I .oca I 26 
T10 Douglas Street, 
Victoria, B.C. 


SAANICH LIONS 
BINGO 


O.A.P. HALL 
GOVERNMENT STREET 
FRIDAY, AUGUST 6 
7:00 P.M. 


1 game I 50 
1 game |100 


PNE 

Aug. 25 and 21 Sept- 1 and 
4, 410 adult, under 12. 
Includes admissions*. 

B.C. Parlour Car Tours 
SbffiK Mmn. 2 « 

,-_, , x.--why •] 710 Douglas Street 

mloooe; har parents. Mr. and ... . T .. ,, 

... S.T aroocko at ihawnioan Victoria, B.C. 

Lake; brother, WlKlem In Vic- _^_2..1- — 

FinVraT 0 sarJjcas^wlll be heldjpvdry ialur«foy 0 seoclol bus will 

L*J‘9 Mains. 

(lands) Tfanolmo. Bay. A. J. f m 
Alfred of tha United Church will vancouvf 
olflciata. Intarmant Shawnlgan I mlttanca 

raqua,f C *Sonai r Ions Vo «Vjl. V 1 fTfS 

ScUrosta loci ' _ 


MALE HELP WANTED 

LUMBIA ' 

VptcTOBS 


71:01 A - 



MANAGEMENT 

TRAINING 


largest consumer finance company, 
if selected you will earn full oat- 
ary as you train with frequent 
Increases directly related to your 
progress. Promotions to positions 

itbllr 1 


progress. Promotions to positions 
of greater responsibilities are from 
within the company. Stable em¬ 
ployment, outstanding employe# 
benefits and rapid promotions 
erovde for a secure future. Ago II 

CORPORATION 
1218 DOUG IAS 


MALE OH FEMALE 
HELP WANTED 


REAL ESTATE 
TRAINEES: 


1 you apply to taka tha j 


JR 


ISSUS 

-.rbAtSX 



W 

’comp lata Infoymotton Mwur 


pf i I too nsi ng, cauria coqsmanclng 

HrE*JrL*S 


PJOyiNCR OF 
BRITISH COLUMBIA 

SALARY: Wt7, rising to S7S7 Mr 


programnto; to c 

and provide ia< 
its and Resident 


WANTED 


SIMPSONS-SE ARS 
RRRUIRRS 

CASHICR-SICRRTAR Y 




S3. 



AVON CALLING 

UNI MONRYI PRJ1RSI Con Oil 
0 yours for soiling Avon cosmetics 


MEEWMI■■ cosmetic 1 
1 area it's tha OMtaat 
vay to oat more out ol 


ta" 

—-- 

Undir nn.r.1 dlradlon .1 IK. ly- Mir./MmlnSlSlf™ du!B? dr? 
porintandant. to be responsible for fVtou* axparlonc# In Investment In- 
corrylng out the Resident I net rue- dustry an osaoL 
tor's programme; fa cotinaar bf»- rota with oxparl 


«ay to gat more out 0 1 

ft. 


prooramme 
jparvlsa the r 




issat. Salary commansu- 
asparlance. Apply with 

am 

f, PRIZES AND 
port-flma work, 
hours, if you ora 


r only 


BUlINEtt AEHVtOEE 
AND DIHEOTOHY 



Carpaalafg 


CARPI 

aycfjf^r 

__Proa 1 


f Industries 
CQUi-D RR 


PET 


mm&m 


VATli 




REPAIRS 

ly Your or 


TIRED OP INFLATION! ALL 

carpaMry work. jTm, SH E * or 


HOUSE FRAMING 
E. $. Lunay, 47M47S after ft 




(Vrpdtd wd Uaolduin 


swoHipaa 

make money with vpyr vary first 


an 


IRSSV4 


1EJF 


SSWING MACHINK 
SALESMAN 
Good opportunity 


' oorn'iws 

t par lanced 

salesman Capable of making (n- 
homa sales at wall as floor sales. 
AAusT be high producer, drawing 
account vorsos comm ssion. Excel- 

grartSaS'K 


.. —iness Personals 
42 Education 
4i DahClnfi 
71 Music taachars 
Ml RCH A NOISING 


44 Building Supptlos 
70 Musical instrument# 

77 A4olorcydas 
7S Bicycles 
SO loots and Marino 
•J AaronautTcal 
93 Sito. tlnfl Goods 
93 Slovas and Furnaces 

96 Canmrtj. Supplias and 
Photo Finishing 

97 Furnitura 

9S TV. Slarao, Radio Salaa 

occuotad by 11 >«* I a m P *n qualftof? '' * I f? GrocarH#^* Meal ana Produce 
* d.ins« ko ftpuWIco "» Miscellaneous tor fa la 
him shaft ho mado within 13 hours 103 Miscallanaoos Wantad 
UTraXr and* H*not* mode shall )?? Miscellaneous •« o, 
not be ennatdarad No claim will 
be allowed tor more than one 
incorrect Ineerllon nor tor errors 


Us. 1 


CONTROLS 

Pacific Controls Ltd. will consider 

IfffWJK ffVFTSW! 

of lice. Tha man we are looking for 
vtll have at least S years exper • 
nca in the confr 4 ‘ 

■a fgmllipr with 
a resident lol .— 
ipply In writino only 
ontrols Ltd.. Mil 
fenceover 10. 

SALiSMAN 


N f 'AHDS OK THANK* 


! Douglas str 


BTH 


LIFE INSURANCE 
required immadlalaly. 

S ea necessary. Musi be 
. excellent salary plus 
Ion and fringe benefits 
Por appointment please call 344- 
4411 


thanks to our friends, nelgl 

W relations, " 

r - 


Indnass, sympathy • Kd‘ baaulllul 
—ftarings, also donations aenf 


s, neighbours 
iMRlf 

sin 

B. Sparling a 
Saanich Felice. 

Mrs. F. D. Gan 


ip memory of our beloved David 
t Gardner. Sbfclal thanks, to 


Coulter of 

-Mr and . . __^ 

family and lha Slones Faml 


Sal 

dnar and 
ililas 


Id FfiNKHAL DIRECTOHE 


WE CARE 

Four Chapela Dedicated 
Service 


DOG OWNERS TAKE NOTR 

2 aorga invites you to tha Victoria 
lly Kannal Club# three Cham¬ 
pionship Dog Shows, on 4, 7, and 
| of August at Victoria Memorial 
Arana. Judging commences each 
day at 9 a m. Came along and 
enloy yourself._ 


DINNER DANCK. MUSIC BY 
the Jim McOutra Duartot, Friday, 
August 4lh. 9 p.m.-l a.m . Norway 
House, Dio Hillside Avenue. For 
advanced tickets, 344-0131 or et 
door, Si par couple 
DUNLOP DUNGEON BOUTIQUE 
Women's Committee, Victoria 

arzriH 

1940 Lansdowne Rd 
tO 1. % 3 CLUB 

Bus to Sandowne aach race day, 
$2.30 return. Includes admission, 

...-i, pf - 


lust rial as well 
utrols. Please 
nlv la Pacific 


Columbia St 


iail real estate 


PROVINCE I I 
ITISH COLUMBIA 

sttmvJr, :nt 1 

IVSU. ruing 


also smal. _ 

Applicant must have 
estate sales licence Apply 
tori# Press, Box 4SS. 


manage 

and 
. . office 

-T, oe 


For Immediate In-home 
servioe for aampldd and •«(!- 
mates of oarpaU, Hnolaum 

or tile call Bob Carrie, 382 
15111. No obligation. 

I Standard Furniture Co. 
737 Yates Street 


LADY 

Monday 


rising to Sit,440 unloss"you wol 

‘ * Director of the lncom#|SEC~ 

__ Brsnchi to inspect, ln-|epe< 

torvlow, prepare reports jind rpc-, Vld 


WANTED 4 HOURS ON 
and Friday, SI 71 hour lo 
odern bungalow, Ml. ToF 
a Please do not phone 


| clean moderi. 

1 mla area Please 

want si 


evenings. 


WAREHOUSE PRICES 
Carpets, linoleum, and ceramics. 
Immediate Installation on carpets 
sold from warehouse. Don't wall 
for your flooring, cal! us now. 
Mendel Interiors Ltd., 399S Qua¬ 
dra, 419-7131. 

JOHNSTON LTD 
Street 3t3> 


191 SI 


AND DIRECTORY 


VICE 





SIMP80N&-8EAR* 


CITATION 

KITCHEN CABINET! 


Lai our planning and dasign 
experts plan your "Draam 
Kitchen " Superbly oraftad 
oablnats In luxurious hard¬ 
wood ftnishas. Phone for 
free noobltgation astimata. 


Whan you ramodal 
rely on tha experia 

at 

iIMP80NS-8EARS 

381-8111 


HOME IMPROVEMENT 
I! OUR BUSINESS 


__ ..sis mas sura man 

makes recommendations and draw: 
4 dative plan — with lira 


up a tanistlva plan — with _ 

prices tor each Item — for tha 
owner to study at leisure, with no 
obligation 
Once go ahead 
over. Own 


Ham 

1 lets 

Is given, we take 
simply stand back 
happen. Terms, of 


you 11 be happy you 

- 1 -j;, — 


appointment 


your 


r home, c 


Iraclor of tha Income 1 SECRETARY FOR MEDICAL 
ranch; to inspeci. In-1specialists office. Plaasa write lo 
prepare reports and rac- Victoria Press, Box 137. slating 
, it Ions as required by tha education, experience skills, age, 
(pprejMlSM statutes , . ; mar llel- -Status, talaphona number, 

Applicants must be Canadian cltl-i salary 
ions or British (ybiacis. with a 

* area, con-1 CHEERFUL, EFFICIENT COOK 
lance, and needed "for s>nell guest house 
4 Ik. riuii 1 PockJind area. This Is a full lime, 
l-xll P4rmananl position For Intarlvev/ 

,f £ 2r>,Wl»'q>, 1,1 ■ »■". « «u>m 


Osteiing 


FOR THE BEST IN BANQUET 
end weddings, let us prepare a 
plate for you. Alcove caterers, 314- 
3S9S. 312-1025 


BUILDINiTluV^Llls LTD. 
3000 Government 3S3-734I 

Serving Victoria Slnca I Mb 


CO DEVELOPMENTS LTD 
ou have bean trying lo f 
J# design and sound conatr 
for either new homes 


find 


ymbie, 544 Michigan Sfri 
rORlA. and return NOT 

[ omp e A t 1*^10 N j 1000 


LA 


US 


WANTED 




LESMEN 

BNra: 

•aft 


WELL EXPERI- 
ancad salad girl, full lima lob Top 
waga« for qualified parson Sefur 
and Sunday off No phone 
parson 2-4 p.m.. 


iy and Sunday 
jlls. apply In 1 
1031 Pandora 


H1TIIATION* 

MALI 


r«ntent 

G I N p T 

inf 


?#manF cort rac tine, diamond saw 


TYCO C 
II you r 
unique ( 

Tlfil IW. _ _... 

renovations wa can show you an 

_.example. Sea our heuaa at 957 

I Kentwood Terrace, Broedmeed. 
iand II you think wa could help 
g D « w W Durr at 477-5449 

dlan 4 


G. H. WHEATON LTD. 


SPECIALISTS 
Chimneys lira 

___ and rock house 

Faclnas Ift4-0e49, 3S5 7SS4 


BENITO BROS 
Cement llnlshlngs. 

places, rack walls 

fa- 


(laaaup Barvleg 




FE1IA1,E HELP 
WANTRD 


ekpbriinced apart 

I manl Building Superintendent 

~ Mi t ten "| 


ELECTRONIC technicians 
irlhe electronic technicians ra- 
qulred lower mainland area. Must 


be experienced In 
merlne Instelletlon 


K 


'Ictoria Press, Box I 
VICTORIA TRAVEL AGENCY 

OKT'.W 


requires 

t» >S 


parlance to V 


ADVERTISEMENTS IN 
TIGS CLASSIFICATION 
MUST COM PI.Y WITH 

THE 

BP’TigH COLUMBIA 
HI iAN RIGHTS ACT 
SEE COLUMN 1 
_"uTt'» restaurant r 

quire# ax per lanced •rill cook star 


—.. .-- -porintandant 

would Ilka position In small or me- 
sija apartment ^||«Dna. F C|^M 


assume ful rftSLBL - Fully 
experienced Rental Agent, Accoun¬ 
tant and Manager Can supply ex¬ 
cellent references Phone 414 
(Torpnlo) >47 5S5S or write H. E. 
Jamieson, 4M Church Street, 
Toronto 5, “ 


BARTENDER FOR 


dependable man with 
net tonality. Reply to 
Press, Boa 143. 


RE 


dronto 5, Ontario 
EXPERIENCED AUTO BODY 
mechanic wishes to sea employ¬ 
ment in tha Victoria, Vancouver 
areas Can supply references 
Reply lo J. P. Antonldoe, 22 Sil¬ 
vester Road, Cowplaln, Hamp¬ 
shire, England 


WlDOWI-PEN 


SECRETARY 


borlte 
about ( 


g need, wanled I 
Mfwnts Good sc 


men 

asamant, 
Tree re 

ufch, 


•5 AND UP 

Two young responsible 
have large true*. Has 
allies, C a m p a 1 1», ate. Tma 
moval, vary raasonabla. Bul 
344 7314. 

FRUSTRATED!) 

Sick of Irving lo make vour wav 
through your altlc. basement, oa 
rage, backyard? Don't watt tor 
your husband's tnarav ipurt. Call 
ua now tor fast removal 1144)912. 


BACKYARD AMD BASEMENT 
clean->p and hauling, lawn mow¬ 
ing Free estimates. Reasonable 
341 4478 

FREE ESTIMATES 
Hauling, c l a a n up yarda, basa- 
ments and rapalr work. Waltar 
Hanson. 1S4 9411 anytime. 


TRUCKING, BASEMENTS, 
Geaned. compost, reesoneble 


ftmlractor* 


Repairs - A llera I Iona -OlljlW 

flrexamiiklRR 

IPAfTON 


SEPT I) - PARTICIPATION 

FASHION CRAFT SHOP 
21 Wasf Burnside - 3S5-1S41 


Ich 


Dry wall 


WALLBOA 

and finis 

estimates 


ID APPLIED, TAPEO 
ad Texturing Proa 
75-4973 or M2-4S40 


BlaeirtoGl CXwiUac lora 


RESIDENTIAL REWIRING 
E Metric haatlno, appllancaa In 

bm^kleeCI'c^ric 

479-3941 • 

MIS 
ml. V 


MAI.E OR FK.MAI.E 
HELP WANTED 


atfeitlng the valuo of tha 


affecting 
advertisement 

All estimates of cost aid 
approximate. Advertisers will be 
charged with space actually used 
All advertising copy will be 
subject to the approval ot tha 
Victoria Press Ltd , who reserve 
> right In Its sol# discretion to 
airy, relect or Insert copy 


cleaaify, 

^iSlvarUaementB muet 
with I ho British Columbia H 
Rights Act which prohlblti 


comply 

„ T _Human 

Rights Act which prohibits any 
advarllslng that dlscrlmlnetes 
against any person because of his 
race, rellg»on, sex, color, national 
lly, ancestry or place ol origin, 


.v Rant ..SANDS 

n; Wdnted lo Rani, Miscellaneous | , 

III Swaps 
117 Antiques 
III Florists 

nKnftsUi 

137 ( hicks, Poultry, Hdtchlnt 
Eggs, Supplies 
I2S Uvestuck and Supplies 
f30 Heavy Equipment, Machl 
135 Farm Implamenti 


AUTOMOTIVE 

150 Cars for Sal# 

151 Foreign Import 
Cars 


!« ! 


. rucks and -— 

156 u Drivaa and Auta washing 
ISS Tires 

140 Parts, Accessories 
142 Auto Repairs, Service 


ny, incxitt 1 ut rimym »f origin, or *142 ^uto Rap 
because bis age Is between 44 and) arid Towln, 

65 years, unless tl»a condition Is 144 Auto Body 
iustlfled by a bona tide requtra^-'Isa Cars «tvd Ti. 
manl lor tha work Involved. 1 144 Campers and 

While every endeavor will * .. 

made 10 forward replies to — 
numbers to the advertiser 44 won 
as possible, wo accept no liability 
In respect of loss or damage 
alleged to arise through either 
failure or delay In forwarding 
such replies, however caused, 
whether by negligence or other- 


Work and Painting 
rucks Wantad 


MORTUARY LTD. 
Memorial Chapel o( Chum's 
1803 Quadra, Victoria, B.C. 
388-5155 - 388-5156 - 383-7511 


SANDS 

CHAPEL OF ROSES’’ 

9838 Fourth St., Sidney, B.C. 

656-2932 


WESTWOOD 

'CHAPEL OF FLOWERS’ 
(SANDS) 

Nti. I. Newcastle Ave., 
Nanaimo, B.C. - 753-2U32 


seat reservation Phone 3B4-4479 


BINGO, 
7th. j) P n 
nlty Hall. 


UMT and FOUND 


CIRCULATION 
REPRESENTATIVES 
Duncan, Chamalnus, 

P J Rogers _ F4G-41RI 

l aka Cowlchan, P Edwerdj ^^ 

pi. AJhamlx Mrs ; A Nllson 723-53HI 


r-i, rcioernt, rwix « ■ 
Nanaimo, R Lakey 


M | 149 MobHe Homos 'end'Var ks 
ACCOMMODATION 
75 Hotels 

75 Summer Resorts 
II Tourist Accommodation 
115 Canvaiascant and Bast Hamas 
RBNTALB 

190 Room and Board 

191 Room and Board Wanted 
191 Rooms to Rent 

174 Rooms Wanled 
197 Housekeeping Rooms lo Rent 

199 Housekeeping Rooms Wanted 

200 Apartments to Rant, 
Unfurnished 

T *• Rant, Furnished 
urnllure fo Rant 
tented 


MISSING 

1970 VALIANT DUSTER 
Pule Blue, white bucket 
seats. Serial No. 
DIJ9GOR202915. Lie. AJC 
585. 

REWARD OFFERED- 
For Information leading to 
recovery of this car. 
PLIMLEY 

1010 Yates 382-8121 


New 

Oetri 


United Steles P«preMniefiva# 
MATHEWS, 8HANNO AND 
CULLEN, INC. 

York, Boston, Chicago, 

• lefiia, 


_... Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, 

Cleveland, Syracuse, Charlotte, 
Atlanta, Cincinnati. _ 


DUNCAN BUREAU 
242 Station Street (Hamilton Elec¬ 
tric Building). Office and tala¬ 
phona hours, I p.m. to 5 p.m. 

^o'ateciKWiK 


CLASSIFIED 

SERVICE 

FOR 

DUNCAN 

COWICHAN VALLEY 
CHEMAINVS RESIDENTS 
Classified Adu phoned In 
to out' Duncan office 
* before 3:30 p.m. will appear 
in the following day’s paper*. 
716-6181 


PHONE 

DIRECT 


386-2121 


TO 

PLACE 

YOUR 

CLASSIFIED 

AD 


01 Apartments Ip 1 
02 Apartment Fur 
03 Apartments war.._ 

04 Duplexes to Rent 

- as Wanted to Rant 

to Rant, Unfurnlshe 


j 7 Duplexes 

.10 Houses to .——-- 

211 Houses to Rent, Furnished 

212 Houses Wanted to Rent 
212 Houses Wanted to Ren* 

215 Halls, Warehouses, Stores 

and Offices to Rent 
FINANCIAL 

155 Automobile Financing and 
Insurance 

130 Personal Loans and Insurance 
233 Mortgage Loans and Insurance 
334 Mortgages for Sale 
235 Wanted lo Borrow 
RIAL iSTATft 

Wife to ns 

344 Revenue Properly 
245 Revenue Properties Wanled 
247 Commercial or Industrial 
Properlias 
250 Houses for Sale 
253 4 


1 Wanted 


Country Homes end Properties 


254 Waterfront Properties 

250 Condominiums and Townhouses 

243 Garages f 0 r Sale, Rani, 


Wanted 
264 Houses Wanled lo 
740 listings Wanted 

270 Exchange Real Estate 

271 Lots lor Sale 

fttraRdY, ^ 


SANDS 

CHAPEL OF HEATHER' | Switch'P'ln", 

317 liolditream Av«„ SS.ak.'aniM i 

C 


Independent. Family Owned 
and Controlled Sands since 
1912 


McCALL BROS. 
Funeral Cha|>els 


1 Vancouver Street 
315-4445 - 345 4446 - 345-4467 
Tha Withes of All Concerned 
. Good Taste 


Fulfilled With Go< 
FRIDAY 


HELPI 

Ma find 242 Patlister. My harna la 
1 am hiack with a 


ADVERTISEMENTS IN 
THIS CLASSIFICATION 
MUST COMPLY WITH 
THE 

BRITISH COLUMBIA 
HUMAN RIGHTS ACT 
SEE COLUMN 1 


NtlONERS 

,, ...,_rler, Exterior 

...RY: Remodelling Ar 
links, desks, tablet. Ask 

-- dackt, board walks Raason- 

RECEPTIONISTS. 1 • b I a Reliable. References. 

Immediately 592-3490, $95-1*45 

U-f&L 1 HEALTHY MEN ON WELFARE 

PtoL ’3S2 r 2034 WI 3»4 9S44 I Wf OFFtH COMPLETE DESIGN 

OALESLADY WANTEO FOR RE &.ILh*|p Socialv ** ’* * V,t,0r,# |and interior detofillon larvlie 

fell store, experience not necessar /1 ' from drapes to maior renovation 

Phone 341 40)1 or apply 420' 2 HARDWORKING YOUNG MEN | services Del Interiors and 

Johnson 51 Island Colalsral and need work desperately Will haul Modernlilng, Victoria s only com- 

tales. i-.nk dean iod’PonI. general cean- plate home remodelling service 

EXPERIENCED RUIO INSUR- w 3,5 M1TH1, inyltnl,. 

ance sacralary, with anency axpe GARDENER AGE 38. EXPERI REMODEL, REPAIRS, SPRAY 

lance required Salary open anced wall qualified, full time ern- painting, landscaping Power equtp- 

15 24*1, Ideal 34 Or Victoria ployment Victoria area Victoria mant means fail economical work 

'raaa. Box f4l. Press. Box ISO menshlo Free sstlmatss Sssnlch 

H.CH PRICES, INTERIOR 
lor painting Any room, 515- 
-- 3*6-0962 


down paymsnt. Wa finance 
ropVyV .gff tBIC - 3Sf-754d 
McCOY ELECTRIC 
Naw and Older Homes 


Kenning 


CHAIN LINK FENCING 


._ r „. ... Jariats, 

ilsllations 

CHAIN LINK FENCING 
D.D.P INT E RPR ISE3-345 


REAL ESTATE FIRM REQUIRES 

• 4 k-typlsf. PI 

( 151, .... 

salary ax 


, experience i 


REALTORS 

I could show yau how to 

jWow 

I could show you how to 

’“'•iuflwr 1 

So# Eric SAPPER today 
Personnel Manager 


reply 

FULL TIME AND PAR 

i.vp/n.yr.'i'uvS 

•Ion. Apply Woolco Personnel! 
partmant, 5; 30-1; 30 weekdays. 




bti o7 whit*_ 

scared, tired, hjflfTV 
soma. Raw ara. 479-71BI 




LOST: 
various < 

Pleas* pt 


SSBS-Jrcva 


MASON, Mr. Herbert T R 
PRIVATE SERVICE 
10:30 a m.—FAMILY CHAPEL 
DURRANCE, Mrs. Aortal N. M 
PRIVATE SERVICE 
1:00 p.m.-FAMILY CHAPEL 
KNAPP, Mr. Wilfred C. 

1:30 p.m.-FLORAL CHAPEL 
5HILLITTO, Mr. Frank 


LOST: IN CENTRAL PARK, 

Itoy's dark frame glasses Daspar- 
4 343 6227 


31 MAI.E HELP WANTED 




S Farms for Sat* and V fa 
1 Gulf Islands Prpwrflas 
5 Listings cancelled 


Wantad 

'anted 


NOTICE 

OF COPYRIGHT 


Pull, . 
in any 
Victoria 


belongs »o, Vlcforla Prasi 

n»rm aTb 
H &TX*S7 ms 

_ borders, signatures or 

•I i.liar romponents nwdqi is, or 
iru, supplied To Vlcforla Prase 
Ltd. by Hie advertiser In Ipa form 
of engravings, matrices, casts. 
■ :c, and Incorporated In said 
i ifvertlsement shall remain In and 
I belongs to fh* advertiser. 


THOMSON A IRVING 
Funeral Cha[iel 
Est. (90S — Formerly of Winnipeg 
A Dignified and Understanding 
Service al Moderate Cost 
PRE-NEED AT NEED 

SHIPMENTS 

1615 Quadra II._ Phone M4-2S12 

HAYWARD’S CHAPEL 
Ready lo carry out tha family's 
wishes, quietly, sympathetically, 
wllh affician- 3 


ter* 

a. w. ^serm^RMOR. 


CHAPUN'S FUNERAL 
CHAPEL 

Kindness — Courtesy — Service 
115 Fort 1S4-5512 




II MONUMENTAl. 

mm 


j ml 

Marble ftrepiacs and 


1403 Mav SI. 




In tha clerical field will 
LOST YOUR eiTT - HOMI5 existence as at September 4 
wanted, found. 6PCA. 313^514. Applications 


HAVE YOU LOST VOUR CAT 
Homes wanted. CPL, I9B-OT1. 


ADVERTISEMENTS IN 
THIS CLASSIFICATION 
MUST COMPLY WITH 
THE 

BRITISH COLUMBIA 
HUMAN RIGHTS ACT 
SEE COLUMN 1_ 

X PE R jlNCID iCEMAKER 
anted for naw H.. i. Cui 
rink, Apply In writing gl 
particulars to P.O. iox 

Nanaimo._ 

JOURNRYMAN BARBER WITH 
hair atyllng certificate wanted hr 

sr,»,lit,,rL;r, 

EXPE RIlNCED TYF.! WRITE 


mecnanl* by long esiabllihed local 
sffjca ^quTpm|n^ fjrm, Reply Vic- 


. YOU'RE 
sales - - - 

think 
Life, 

TAXI DRIVER 


OU'RE THINKING OP A 
career In Ufa Insurance, 
Canadian. Phone Monarch 
3B44NM, for Interview. 


licence 


DRIVER WANTED, PULL 

iP 

w™ ui mWiJisrt “ 
wM^Mbdr 


PERION 
station wc 
deliveries. 



Flooring and Handing 


tori* fraae,^^*'113?'slab 


STEPS - FENCES RENO 
yalad Downspouts. Painting John 


ft 


itponslbla 

plication* 

y Basalt, 


. References 


YOUNG MAN, 
for work, hova 
313-6709 


.If;. 


.m*lXtrr 4 nights •n.ii-niwiiiwa *nu ublukatinu. 

itajutr ,0 ^'asssw «ii tt um - RM ‘ ofl,bi * 

MATURE SALES 

wholesale Sample 


HANDYMAN AND TRUCK, 
furniture moving, boaoments 
cleaned. Repairs anything, M4-9455 

DUTCH GARDENER?~ 

Snh.w . c lRr n>< 


~ MAIN 
clean 


W. CAMPBELL LTD. 
General Contractors 
Building ~ 


lino Consultants 

4/9-1904 

i W CONSTRUCTION 
Ira, Alterailons, Addltlo 
-1 477-1713 


FARMER CONSTRUCTION 
Design Renovations 
3*5-5131 


i,t PAINTING AND DECORATING. 

, rlain.UD inri haullno D.iuuuhU 


RENOVATE YOUR KITCHEN 
countsr, rebuild, arborlte, traa 
estimates For best price end |ob 
call 154 1777. 4-7 p.m. 


Alterations - Repairs - Cabinet* 
WILLIAMS, BRAY 
AND WILLIAMS LTD. 

•51 CORMORANT IT 344-7741 


FLOOR SANDING, FREE ESTl 
mate* >950 Prairie prices. 454 
4795 attar 4. 


JIM DUNCAN 

Ftopr sanding a nd ""m. 1 


Furniture HnflnlalUng 


BEDROOM D I NING 
suites. Plano* like new 
Inlshers Ltd., Eve 


Alpha Finishers Lid 

(Jardeiilng 
LANDSCAPK 


hourly Phone 


IORY | 


TOV 

SB4-M41, aft: 
anytime Sale 

R.N. POR ST. MARY'S PR I 

WJS WANT xi(Ti f XNllCNCRp 

feJintr. m 

Govarnmant 

NK REQUIRE! TELLER or 
• let, experienced preferred, but 
essential Phone Mr Howell, 


how 

,, Jv 
tor- 


. DISTRIC 
(SOOKE) 


ftim_ 


CLINICAL VACANCIE! 
limited number of vacancies 
clar. 4 


be 

Applications from Inioroatad 
parsons should bo addressed lo; 


lacratary-Taasurar, 
Victoria, B.C. 


-HANDCRAFT 

sales position Warm personality, 

WOMAN WANTED WHO II CA- 
pable of doing repairs and alter- 

592 ° 2 o 90 ° n l ** , "* r aarmanls. 

GRILL COOK EXPERIENCE 7 

t.7, r:"p.^n m 6, f x7OT«;, 

i and Wharf St. 


REAL ESTATE1 
Now Is the lime lo act, w* will 
sponsor and Ua|n applicants 


.— --Jftf.. 
course. For particular) 
fldentlel Infer v| 

Frank Marshall, 

1020 Dou|ies*6*. 

,6V" K 


rtlcular* an 

jg-j^aasa 

Realty Ltd. 


ffil... ... 

•Ll^nalng 


Intermediate \ 
partment of rr 




terlenc 


V 


ilon'fn 1 Truat da- 
r Truat compai 

jazanffk 


ERIINCBD TELEX OPERA- 
. far two weak* relief wont 

M *—‘ — 




■'■VSF& 


T7-unl) apoTtmont. 

3!' nlW* "* Mr ~ nc * 


g n AND DELIVERY, 4 

HIKKWteF* 


t rsw 

•Pberd 


sr;*^ 0 dssssm 


your garden Depr 
ADDITIONS I 8lv#n4 


WOMAN FOR ODD JOBS DONE. YOUR CHEAP 
me i t*i reasonable prices 474-4951 any 
ill, tlmal _ By Lonirect 

YOUNG MAN. 31, WILL DO ALL Mi 7,14 

types labor Phone 477 2597 WE HAVE LOTS AVAILABLE TOl'" .' w ^_ ' 

jraa. 10 co«e in E |,i E d| EN(E q GAnnasiau buhd your home on. Seaboard cleaning ano 
IPL.{ 1 no«5r work' 345 94°S2 A " D B N 1 h Conatruclton Ltd. Mfa 

iiuraay or sunoay |- | A L T E R ATIONI 

.. ilTUATIOimi W ANTK.lt SWW*. 

KKMAI.K 

EXPERIENCED P R E SCHOOL 
luparylaor with communltycare 
cartltlcat* requires position In 
same phase of children Victoria 

Press, Box 144. 

HAZEL TYPE COMPANION, EX 
cal lent cook, widow 50, desires 
position matur# family, couple or 
widower References Victoria 
Press, Box 144. 

GOOD HOUSE CLEANER: 


313-4244 


iTabTT and trustworthy” "S/eliare 
M others' Cleaning Association 

Eddav 3,2 20,4 or "*' ,i44 ' Mondi 


lav 


EIIRES 


WIOOW, SCOTTISH, DEL_ 

position housekeeper, elderly lady 
or vary young child prgfarrad. Live 
out Excel lent references. Reply 
Victoria Press, Box 149. 


LOCAL MEAT 
qulras counter gt 
•art-time Please 
Press. Box 144. 




WILL BABYSIT TODDLERS, MY 
MARKET RE-1 Horn*. Lampson Colville era*. 
4 , full-time and 343-52*4.- 

apply Victoria JjlU EARYI^JjME ICHOOLER 


St 

PART TIME PLAY. PULL TIME 


LOVING 
home, Li 


URN 


MY 


11 HITI ATIONH WANTKIt 
MAI.K OK KKMAi.lC 


NURSES AIDE IN REST HOME, 
12 midnight. Only mature 
:5-9l31. 


lar/ylai-Hi 
IVB-IN HOUSEKEEPER 
rthrltlc lady In coun 4 
rantwood area. 453-3930 
EXPER 
Dur ‘ 


R I E NCE D COOK IN 
mean 13 an hour Phona 746- 
434) or Sidney 454-4944. 

PLAIN COOK FOR a PERSOI 
Macon Hill Park. * 

lay. NLUii 


near 


ERSONS 

Sunday 


victoria Praia, 
SEMI-RBTI 
couple would 
•partmant con 

miir 


If,«!('«, 


EXPERIENCE 
Bookkeeping M 


BURROUGHS 
a operator. E* 


EXPERIENCED MIDDLE-AGED 
man artd wife faam for parmanent 
position to managa motel or 
aparlmanf, can supply rafarances 
Available on ^na-month nolle• 


: 134. 


RED 

Ilka 

complex 

Excellent 


AC T IV* 
lo manage 
- related 
reference*. 


EXPERIENCED COUPLE. COOK- 
neuaakaapar, sawing, malrttgnanca, 

SvaCTW*"' 4 


■XNDH, Ml XK1ANH 
ANN OHOHCHTIUX 


ew.®wft m as&v. wux* 


1ABYIITTER WANTED 

iuw” 


CLASSIHBD 




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Many Mint /Unix • 

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— Victoria, Oak Bay, Ltxiuiinalt, Saanich 

and Central Saanich . 

View Koval, I.anxfuid, Colwood. Uouaa 


View Koval, Langford, Colwood. Shwi 
.S idney, North Saanich, Gulf Luanda 

AloohdUani 

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Criiia Line (24 hours) - 

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wixxi, Sooifo .. . 

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Gulf Island* 

Homemaker .. 

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(let 

Ixow Rental Housing 

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munization and V.D. Clinics; School 
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—Fraa Estimate*-- 
SIMPSONS SEARS 

inf i r r_ 

PACIFIC FENCING - 593-4141 
iosf types. Including screen 
Esllmalet. Maiertais, MV 


Ex 


. -_._jRi I_ 

periencad workmanship 

ALL TYPE I FLOORING. 

Reasonable. Phona 1440509 or 34* 

6303 


ROOM 


LANDSCAPE MAINTENANCE 
commsrclal, BParimants, large ae¬ 
tata*. Lara# dowar equipment. 30 
j^ears ^experience Victoria Press. 

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guerenleed while 


.'MPfONJ-^ARS 
WINDOWS f AND~ GUTTERS 

Bar* 


HARVEY'S LANDSCAPING 
•w lawn# lawn cara, ale. 

4 Chinas# 


idscapar. 479-7C 
VAN VEEN LANDSCAPER 

MgKMtaiMBfiaMBBiiB 


BBSSfcKJl^itlP* 


BARKER LANDSCAPE 


ulna, rod 

ip. 193-414 


Masonry 


.Ron Hgnaen, 471-1157 

CBS, ROCK OR SLATE 
»ry, 479-7341 


Moving 


iawiNM _ _ 

experienced drivers, SI 50 hoi 
NORTH WEST MOVING 
AL AND LONG DISTi 


LOCAl 


MOVERS 


ANCE 


CTIDT a 


Bewitched 

USSNSf 


Luncheon 

I unchBPR 




Edge of Night 
Gourmet 


Football 

Football 

Football 

Films 


Nanny and Prot. 
Hourglass 
Hourglass 
Bev Hillbillies 


Pan-American 
Mad Movlas 
News 

News; Movie 


Find us Fast 1 In the Yellow Paget 
FURNITURE MOViNG, TRANS 

kj&i.. ftiiurwi 


very 


HOMO 4 


vino Nun 
Len Sampson 

Movie 


Newt 

Gourmet 
That Girl 


iwiywxu Ltxmx 


Passai 

WKj 1 

Peltlc 

News 


Nennv and Prof. 

WfW* ah 


Love U S. Sty 
Newt 

Dick Cavatt 


RWai iaiii’liyBHiiilJMfiWilRliJiil jijiJ. ifcMIHI 


FURNITURE MOVING. CLEAN- 
a&i "^hona'^r'^ ,rV,C *' R "* M,V 


Kelntora and Itncoralore 


ISLAND 
DECORATOR8 
Painter* h’aperh&ngera 
Spray i'aintera 
Plaster Kepaira 
Convenient Time Payments 
S83-9059 Kvea. 382-1179 


Assorted yardage, fabrics and 
vinyls Drastically reduced prices 
to desr 

ig Furnitura Manufacturing 
,J al Turner 3M-73S5 




PAINtlNG CONTRAI 
LTD. 

•rush or spray Paporhani 
Texture and vinyl work Wll 

•n or perl of any job. Palnl s- 

BAPCO, GENERAL end PRATT 
AND LAMBERT paints, and ren¬ 
tals of all painters' equipment. 
Term* If desired. Phona 344-0443. 
740 Bay St. 


SAVE so u ,c SAVE 

Hava ut spray your shingles, 
stucco, tiding, fences, etc., snd 
you pain! the trim. You'd be 
surprised how reasonable the 
price Phone Ted Hill-Tout, at 598 
313, 9 am.-I pm 

stir 


HI SINTSh 8KKVICE8 

and niiuxrroKY 


Opunlatery 


yardage, (al 


David i 


FURNITURE RE UPHOLSTERY 
For samples and free estimates In 
yaur l»ma call J. Wordan or G. 
Hodgson. 312 5111 
St< • ■ - • 


Standard Furnitura, 737 Yatas 


Window (lenners 


- VICTORIA'S ONLY - 


CHARTER FLIGHT 
INFORMATION OFFICE 


estimates 


most reasonable prlci 


AND OECORA_ 

Free apprelselt, color consultant 
All types of painting. All types of 
repairs. Commercial, farm, rest 
deni lei Lowest rates. Terms. 
Work guaranteed 383 8113 


INTERIOR DECORATOR 
AND DESIGNER 
ERIC DIXON 

MANDEL INTERIORS LTD 
3995 Qusdrs 479 7131 


(’HARTER FLIGHT 
CONSULTANTS 
323 Yarrow Mlitu . Victoria 
386.8485 


CHARTER FLIGHT 
information Centre 
Listings ot all charier flights One 
way flights to and from Europe 
Also relative flights from Europe 


to Vancouver return 
Contact Vancouver 617 2321 or 
Suita DOS 736 Granville St Van 
3. BC 


FOR SINGLES ONLY- 
Fun lours to Hawaii. Caribbean 
Mexico Travalworla 3*2-3121 


.tit 


PERSON Al A 


WLttB AND SON 

344 *82 7 - Peperhsnglng, painting 
Quioi. clean, rallaiila First class 
workmanship 30 years' experience 
victoria Terr 4 * - 


NEAT, PETITE WIDOW, WITH 
many Intarastt, would like to mael 
interesting, financially secure, un 
attached gentleman. 55 65. who 
likes a nice hum# end surround , 
Ings Object companionship Vic 
torie Prats. Box 152 


PAPER HANGING 
Personal service 1 
when you cell Tomrn 
3474 l ow rates 


•rm* It desired 

PAINTING 


WOMAN. EARLY FORTIES, I 
*ikhet companionship of man ot V, 


.— , _.iionshlp of man ol V, 

maturity and understanding, j* 
Vaned Intarasts Literature and £ 
the outdoors would be mutual plea \ 
lures Replies confidential Victoria 1 
Pratt, Box 165 c 


CLARK'S PAINTING AND 
decorating Free etlimalts Rea 
tonable Phona 3*5-231) after s meet 

p.m 


SINGLE MAN. 28 YEARS OLD.I 
tall, average looks Wishes to 
for 


_ jm< _ 

paniunshfp end sharing of interest: 
"* child no object) 


I (One 


All mall I 


Reasonable rates 
guaranteed Terms 


E FERRIDAY PAINTING 

AND DECORATING LTD ___ 

House end apartments. 26 yaart In panlonship 
. * 4 . 12* 


Vl CtOfla Ph 36/83)3 
PROFESSIONAL DECORATING 
Partonal Service 
"The Dutch 4 ‘ 


OVER 70 j 
home, moderate income and j 
car, would like to meal active j 
widow lale 60s with tome income 
•nd driver's license Object com- , 
Victoria Prats. Box 


Palntar 


592 4033 


Tt._ 

909 Oucnast St 
EXPERIENCED PAINTING 
interior Raasonabla Also country 
work Call 313 9136 anytime or 3*2 
1814 

EXTERIOR AND INTERIOR 
Special low prices. For clean iob. 
Phona “ 4 " 


Phone Douglas. 477-5307. 


PAINTER HAS OWN EQUIP 
mant Reasonable 342 5624 or 383- 
5)61, 


VICTORIA SEAMAN ISOLATED J 
in Arctic waters lor summer ‘ 
season needs mail from luuxies 
D A Foster. C S S ParUaau. 512 
Federal Builaino. Victoria. B C 


MALE 21. WOULD LIKE TO 
meet girl for shows and oullnus 
o biecl companionship Victoria! 
Press Box 111 


BUSINESS WIDOW WISHES TO 
meet unattached gentleman. 56 to 1 
companionship 

'la Prast, Bo 


dancing. Victoria 


.ISJ 01 


Painters and Decorators -3*3-0711 


ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS 
If yuu have a drinking problem 
•nd went lo quit, phone 3*3-0415 


FRED Bl ANCHARD AND SONS 
Plaster, stucco, drywall 
Repair**, our speciality 
656-364* 477 4953 


PREGNANT ANO DISTRESSED? I 
We can help you Phone Birth-, 
rigid 354 1431 


STUCCO AND PLASTERING, 
relit y work, reasonable Plica. 

.- -- <«| J431 


quell! 

toleni 


ian Plastering l Id , 


STUCCO, DRYWALL AND 
imitiatlon granite stone. Stan 
Olson, 3834W97 after 5 p.m. 


tiun, am now tern In 
lorla and accepting llm 
. E Rel 


of patients Miss E 


Reasonable 479-4779. 


Plumbing end Heating 

l EAKY TAPS WATER LINES 
Repairs, Renovations, New Work 

Osborne Sales and Service Lid. 


EVER WONDER WHERE THAT 
smart looking gal gets all har chic 
fashions? Probably al 

Gina s Fashions Ltd. 

asm. r 


9 p.m. 


E L 


316 7191 

ECTRIC SE WE ROOTER. 


Open 1 

FAMILY COUNSELLING 
Mr Rag Clarkson. BA. M S W., 
R S W. a private social work 
practice for marriage counselling, 
alcohol end youth drug problems 
Phone 384 0912 


, resns drains, fast end efficient. 
Jim Noll Plumbing and Healing 
Ltd . 3*2 9300 

S and M PLUMBING 
New Work 

Alterations 

479 1312_ Reasonable 

S H BROWN. 312-3747 
Repairs Remodelling — New 
Work. 


PLUMBER « E LJ A B L E , 

licensed, self emfRoyed Reason 
able rata 382-4414 
BOYS PLUMBING REMODEL 
ilng. new work, repalra. 38M931 


ItoufliiK and biding 


SIMRSONS-8FARS 


44) HI SINKMH PKItbONAl.a, 


’Urx 

intfl i 


ANYONE WITH A FURNITURE 
truck going to Edmonton soon, 
contact us tor we have approxl 
melely 2.500 lbs of furniture to 
move there 385-7009 


REMEDY TREAT 


'oughtor 

4-8742 


UNIVERSAL DIVORCE 
FINANCING (VICTORIA) LTD. 
430 Yarrow Bldg . 388 7 385 
*45 Fort SI . Victoria. B f 


YOUR CHARACTER AND DES 
llnv revealed through Atlrolog) 
and Numerology, also compel! 
bilily charts done 475 7632. Aron 


A&THAI.T SHINGU.S 


Supplied - litflBlIed 
Ask utmul our exclusive 
heavy duly ’JftO-lh. Su|»erl(M:k, 
15-year guarantee. 
SIMFSONS-SEAIIS 
Roofing Maleiial* 
388-9111. Local 264. 


INVISIBLE ARTMENUINC 
Iters, burns, cults, hems Tin 
Gypsy Caravan, 658 Herald 
3*6-9455 


( LAIRVQYANi AND iRANCi 
medium Quest ions answered, ad 
vice given. Mrs Peyn-Jones, 386 
3*03 


J J. BRAMHAM, CHIROPRAC 
tor, 3186 Oak Bay Avanue. businet 
592-1621. Rat 382-469/ 


Lid 8 819 Fort S 


AND 


All 


cedar | 


INSULATION CO. 
typss ol asphalt *nd 
shingles 
"Oarlock Shingles’ 

917 Fort SI 382 2331 


K.IHfCATION 


I X P E R I E N CED 
Free estimates Fair 
314 6734 before 3 


___ ,._ET JM9I81 

Roofing Victoria Slnca 1935" 


Hheei MeUl 


CUSTOM MANUFACTURING, 
light stael forming fOltt’ 

prises Ltd., 182-5331, res. 5*2-4315. 


H and R HI/K’K 
INGOMK TAX COURSE 

itandt ai 
Vll 


_ growing Meld ol proTettloni 
Income lax service 
Now, H end R Block Canada 
Largest Income Tax Service wi 
learn you to prepare Income ti 
returns In a special 12 weak tulllr 
course Classes conveniently tche 
ulad to accommodate working si 
dents and 7 


me 


i housewives l 


Tailors 


Enrollment It open fo all ages, 
previous training or experience 
qulred 
Fc 


ALTERATIONS , _ 

REMODEL t RESTYLE 

Suits, slacks, .coals 
BRITISH CUSTOM TAILORS 
nil Blanthard 383 2631 


Ifee Knrvh* 


TREES TAKEN -- - Y - 

ra moved Very raasonabla. Hv 
i. Fra# astimatas. Bulcn. 384- 




MT VIEW TREE SERVICE 
Free etMmalas^lnsuri?* 479-3873. 
HOUSTON TREE 
SERVICE 
iab 


Fraa isllmata* Insured 388-9511 


"The Major Market for 
Many Mini Item*" 


-or ^mple nl? ^...l,,c.,,. o 

tees* 


DOES YOUR CHILD HAVE 
January, February, or Mar 
birthday? Jlmlny Crickets has 
special program for your chi 
C^ll ut today and ask for data: 


MALVERN AND WESTERHAA 
Grades 4-17, small classes, in 
v I d u a I instruction Reglsfratl 
taken now for September Phc 
Mrs Seely, 384 2933, 598-5206. 
FINISH HIGH SCHOOL 
home Canada's laadlna scfw 
National cotlaga (BC), 1 

Carnegie Cret. Victoria. Ph. > 
(490 


TUTORING PROFESSION 
help by experienced lead 
French, Mafh, naw and 
method 591-3331. 


































































































































































/ 


386-2121 


UN EM SMVMJ 

it nouDontav 




and DnuDoroay 


f UlkflU'l until 
IMPROvImJNT$«I»\ici 



lL repairs. altira- 

(dlttona. Fail, courteous 


)USE FRAM1NO 

Lunev, 47M47 S after 4 
t JOBS MY~1PICI 

pate Md linoleum 


8IMP80N&-8EARA 

CITATION 

KITCHEN CABINETS 

Let our plnnntng and design 
experts plan your "Dream 
Kltohen." Superbly orafted 
oabinats in luxurious hard¬ 
wood finishes. Phone for 
free noobllgatlon estimate. 

When you remodel 
rely on the experts 

st 

SIMPSON S-8 EARS 

sss-mi 

HOME IMPROVEMENT 
IS OUR BUSINESS 


nmediate In-home 
i for samples and tali- 
of carpets, linoleum 

call Boh Carrie, 582- 
No obligation, 
dat'd Furniture Co. 

T37 Yates Street 

'AREHOUSE PRICES 
linoleum, and ceramics, 
ata Installation on carpets 
>m warehouse. Don't wait 
ir lioorlae. call us 
interiors Ltd., IffS 


Qua 



unca oo ahead Is 
ovar. Ownt 

• na M *lSS„ h «SI 


S lvan, ova taka 
y stand beck 
•aspen. Terms, of 
course Which cabinet atyla to use? 
Visit our lint display upstairs, 
you II bo happy you did. For an 
appointment In your homo, 


call 


•uu.oiili A "uV?u4» no. 

) Government W 

Serving Victoria Since 1888 

1T? S 


let ua prepare a 
rou. Alcove Catarora, JSV | fin0 va| 


TYCO DEVELOPMENTS LTD 
T it you have bean trying *o i 
' unique design and sound conali 
i lien tor althar now homes 

-ftona • — 

iia t 


wo con show you on 
example Sea our houaa at f57 
Kentwood Terrace, Broadmaad. 

think wa could halo 


KER JOHNSTON CTO 
oed Street 301*101 

deleting 

HE BEST IN BANQUET 

MS.' 

_ «^gL- _ I gsa'KTssJH 

i afftr'srtlns* diamond saw G. H. WHEATON LTD. 

_ ' • Iirr'.aiiirtktnq 

ilnUhino* Chimneys lira SEPT. 11 — PARTICIPATION 

-**-SW.™* ■— iiV.-LXWwiltf' 1 '’ 

DrywRil 

WALLSOARD APPL IED7~TAPED 

aJS&mi ffBu 

Bleelrleel tbabaiilan_ 

RESIDENTIAL REWIRING 
ctric healing. appllancaa In 

4Z9-3941 "_ MUNI 

OLDER HOMES REWIRED - NO 
down payment. Wa finance throuoh 

ttomtetR.c - Him 

McCOY ELECTRIC 
New and Older Homes 

Fencing 


Urn*. 

(tasnup Servtee 

SI AND UP ~ ~ 
y o u n s responsible man 
(area truck. Basement, 
Com pasts, etc. Trjar* 
vary reasonable. Butch, 
I. 

FRUSTRATED! I 
t trylno to make your way 
i your attic. basement. oa- 
• ickyard? Don't wait lor 

' - 


backyard 

usband’s - 

i tor feat removal 
YARD AND BASEMENT 
<p and hanllno. lawn mow- 
: rea estimates Reasonable 
I 

FREE ESTIMATES 
i0. clean up yards, baas- 
and repair work. Walter 

n, 3S4-94f* anytime._ 

C K I N G , BASEMENTS 
d. compost, reasonable 

don trmr tore 

IFFER COMPLETE DESIGN 
Interior decoration service 
drapes to malor renovation 
:es Dal Intarlora and 
rnlilns, victoria s only com- 


CHAIN LINK PENCING 

"siM^SONsTIlfSs 

lastiri 


PACIFIC 

bid r ia1 


slahations 


FENCING - atS-4141 


ODEL, 
no, landscaplno Power • 

- (ail aconomlcaj ' 

...... . .j# estimate 

actors, 4 

V. CAMPBELL LTD. 


L pPWB.«t 

Flooring and handing 


horns remodalllns service 
SI, anytime. 

REPAIRS SPRAY 
...Jtcapmg Power equip 
means (asl economical work | 

Fr ?L Atl n1ch FLOOR SANDING, FREE ESTl 

a, 479-2929 or 314-0911 males 1950 Prairie prices. 654 
4791 attar 4 

JIM DUNCAN 
idlne and 


Bulldinj^onsultanti 

IMER (T)NSTHI XTION 
Design Ranovatlons 
III-I111 

OVATE YOUR KITCHEN 
tar. rebuild, arborlta, Iras 
lilts For bast price and Id 
304-1777, 4 7 p.m. 

rations 
WIL 
AND V 
CORMOR 


Repairs - Ci 
.LIAMS, BRAY 
WILLIAMS LTD 
• RANT ST 


jlS-7741 




ALL TYPES FLOORING. 
Reasonable Phone 14*0509 or 333 
4303 

Furniture HohnlalUnf 


BEDROOM DINING ,ROOM 
suites. Pianos Ilka tww. 3l8-SS2t, 
Alpha Finishers Lid , Evas 479-1440. 

Hardening 

IANDSCAPE MAINTENANf E 


L hJm, AW m L T« L -L T ,“ CLEANING AND "WAFnIAIL 

LSI2. "Mr - 


E R ATIONI. ADDITEONS.I — Blw * n 

fPMfra. .. 


TEE ATIONS, AC 

anARMiA. 


WI ~ H CITVIJPEI^KLERS 


COMMUNITY SERVICES 
INFORMATION DIRECTORY 

Adoption, Foster Care, Child Protection, 


•Hi 

Unmarried Parents 
— Victoria, Oak Buy, Esquimau, Saanich 
and Central Saanich 

— View Koval, Langford, Colwood. boost 
.Sidney, North Saanich, Gulf Luanda 
Aloohollem 

Birth Control . 

Crisis Una (24 hour*) . ---- 

Day Care, Family and Marriage Counselling 
Emergency number*, see Ute inside cover of 
the Telephone Directory! 

Family Allowance, Old Age Security and 
Guaranteed Income Supplement 
Financial Assistance (Social Allowance and 
Supplement to Old Age Security) 

— Victoria . . 

— Saanioh .- - - - • - 

— Oak Bay, Esquimau, Uingford, Col¬ 
wood, Sooke . ..I ... 

Sidney, Central and North Saanich, 
Gulf Islands ..... 

Homemaker — 

Legal Aid — Criminal . 

- Civil .. 

(UN 

Low Rental Housing ..... 

Public Health (Pre-Natal, Weil Baby, Im¬ 
munization and V.D. Clinics; School 
Health Services; Sanitation Services); 

— Victoria, Esquimalt ,,. 

— Saanich, View Royal .1'.. 

— Oak Bay .-. 

— Langford, Colwood, Metchosln. 

— Sidney ... r . 

— Sooke ... 

— Uangee .... 

Services for the Elderly .. 

Suicide Prevention .... 

Information on Community Health, Welfare, 
Recreational, Educational and Cultural 
Services 

Publlatod Daily >s t PubUo IsrvtM 


EM-8131 

411*8818 

88« 1841 

m 04ift 

IS4 0A1I 

Mf-CtSE 

IMI131 


SB4-081I 

EEfi-4481 

411-8816 

U8E-884I 
BSE-8188 
EM-1486 
SEE fill 
usi 8818) 
EM-8184 


884 8611 
888 8351 

BNNU 

418-1181 
868 1188 
843-8188 
881-84S4 


8M 1881 


a 


Less to Sell - 386-2121 


iatlg SpImIM, Victoria, B C, Friday, August 6, 1971 M| 


■IHUNEM SEBMCEI 
AND UIRKOTORY 


GUTTERING 

use our is-yeer susrertisto white 

aluminum guttsrins- 

Dnadsoaplag 

HARVEY S LANDSCAPING ~ 

landscspar. 479-7071. _ 

VAN VEEN LANDSCAPER 

BARKER LANDSCAPING 

asygyJS?lkA L - n 

LANDSCAPING, REQE4IGNING, 
gardening, rock work, new lawns, 
cleanup. 191-4140. 

Maeonry 

FIREPLACES, ROCK OR SLATE 
Veneers. Slpkes AAesonry, 479-7341 


Program Schedules for Friday 

Preerems eublect te last minute change* bv »«etlen* concerned. 


Moving 

LARGE FURNITURE VANS fully 
‘ (or local moving with 
MPerlencfd drivers,. M.SO hour 

LOCAL 


• *p«risnc«d driven. MM hoi 

cSoHfc^LNa 

MOVERS 
Phone Ml-4433 
Fesr In lbs Yellow Peg«s 
FURNITURE MOV.NG, TRANS 
ter sic., fully •dulpped. very 
reeso-table. »4 7317, 474T3S4 
FURNITURE MOVING. CLEAN 
up end delivery service. Reeson 
able. Phone M3 4944. 


Peintere and Decoralure 

ISLAND 
DE(X)KATOR8 
Painters Paperhangers 

Spray Painters 
Plaster Repairs 
Convenient Time Payments 
183-8059 Eves. 382-1179 


TOUT a 

HOMO 4 

KINO B 

CHICK • 

KIRO 7 

Time 

CHAN a 

KOTO • | XTNT tl 

xvo# ta 



Plylns Nun 

Lan Sampson 

Skb 

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oncentratton 

^Srii3n* Kanparoo 
k*v ll iiWmes_ 

L*v* M of r/A ,r 

Harclt WTtww. 

WSl 

Mr Dressup 

Giant; Helene 
Seume Street 

Movie 

News 

TMl'S’l'fl 

tMursean 

WMf. 

Giant; Helene 
^University 


f| 

tma; 

Yog# 

_ 

ecS* LeLenne 
omper Room 
ompar Room 


Luncheon Date 
Luncheon Date 

Bewitched " 

Distaff 

Devs of Our Llvei 
JSIK! worn 

News; Bummer 
Simtmer; Movie 

Sfisr- 

I 

News; Summer 

gjjjr ^ 

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gw®. 

'lax 

fet, 

i!SK::K!: 

Stock Markets 

Whet on Earth? 
Dldi Vjn Dyke 

Newlywed Game 

WMx. 

Jury Trials 

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Secret Storm 

mt 

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Sasus 1 " 

llfleman 

lullwlnkle 

WhaPs'wLlne? 


Gourmet 

Drop-In 

CTitt_ 

Footbeil 

houtUoll 

Football 


(SB 

Gourmet 

f£i 

Movie 

Movie 

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E1KX 

SesMhe Clock 

Sesame Street 
Sesame Street 

KMT 

S.S"' 

Daniai Boone 

fjru, 

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News 

News 

Golden Voyage 

vsst 

gjJfiBKSt 

BL. 

News 

pfcTvan Dyke 
Interns 

1 

Newt 

Men Trap 

aaa: 

HE- 

HE 

Perry Meson 

S 

Lancer__ 


Nanny and Prof. 

Hourglass 

Hourglass 

Nanny end Prof. 

ttfl'W,/" 3 "' 

Vartely Hour 

Nsme ot Game 
Name ot Gem* 

Des O'Conner 

Des O'Connor 

MenVap 

Inter ns 

Andy Grlttlth 
Movie 

Movie 

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Movie 

Move 

Movie 

Movie 

te 

sir 

Movie 

lob Corcoran_ 

Pan-American 

Med Movies 

News ^ 

News 

Cancer Teik 

Cancer talk 

News 

Mennlx 

Mannlx 

News 

Newt. Movie 

Movie 

Movie 

News 

Movie 

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New* 

Newt; (Movie_ 

Movie 

Movie 


a::w,Tn _ 

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Movie 

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Sob Corcoran 

Sob ^Corcoran 

Movie 

Movie 

Dick Cavett 

Dick Cavett 

Johnny Carson 
Johnny Carson 

Movie 

Movie 

Movie 

Movie 

lit 


Merv Griffin 

Man Trap 

C — 



G Bruce 
Lowthcr 


Si BUSINESS SERVICES 
AND DIKEI’TOKY 
(Ipuotstery 
U R^MNA T N1 f \ V 

Ateorted yardage, febrlct and 
vinyls Drasticelly reduced prices 
to clear. 

Gregg Furniture Manufacturing 
II David at Turner 3M 73*5 
FURNITURE RE UPHOLSTERY 
For samples end free estimates In 
your l*oma cell J. Worden or G. 
Hodgson. Ml Sill. 

Standard Furniture, 737 Yates 

Window Cleaners 


CLARK AND PATTI 
PAINTING CONTRAl 
LTD 


Paperhangers. 
work. Will do 
job. Paint »lore_ 


18 EDUCATION 

Register Your Child Now 
lor September si 

J1MINY CRICKETS 
3410 8HELBOURNE ST. 
Halt day or ell day classes 
tor Nursery 3s end 4*. 
Kindergarten, Grade I and It. 
Fully quell lied taacher* following 
an excellent developmental pro¬ 
gram. 

Hours: 7:30 s.m. to 1:88 P-m. 
Call S91-34M 

•8 FUEL 


18 BU1IJHNO SUPPUES 

STEWART and HUDSON 
Building Supply Centre 

SAVE ON FENCING I 
WOVEN SLAT FENCE 

HI Ip: 

IS boards high 7Sc lln. t 

(min. 48 lln. fence) 


alVor'parT’ol any lob • 

740 Bay St. 

SAVE M5. ^SAVE 

Hava us spray your shingles, 
stucco, siding, lances, etc., end 
you paint the trim. You'd be 
surprised how reasonable the 
price Phone Ted Hill Tout, at 59*- 
4013. 9 em.-S p.m lor free 

estimates 

QUALITY RE DECORATING 
At most reasonable prices 
please call 594 40)3 
tED HILL TOUT 
1930 Oak Bay Avenue 
"W# care tor your home” 

BROTHERS PAINTING 
AND DECORATING 
Free appraisals, color consultant. 
All types of painting. All types ot 
repairs. Commercial, farm, resl 
dantlal Lowest rate*. Terms. 
Work guaranteed M3II13 

INTERIOR DECORATOR 
AND DESIGNER 
ERIC DIXON _ 
MANDEL INTERIORS LTD 
JW5 Quadra 4/9 7131 

WfcUB AND SON 

M4 M37 Peperhanglng, painting. 
Quick, clean, relialjle First class 
workmanship 30 yaars' axperlance 
Victoria Tarms II desfrad 
PAPER HANGING PAINTING 


Wnwl ami Hawduet 


- VICTORIA’S ONLY - 

CHARTER FLIGHT 
INFORMATION OFFICE 

CHARTER FLIGHT 
CONSULTANTS 
323 Yarrow Hlrig , Victoria 
3H(>-24 b5 

CHARTER FLIGHT 
intormution Centre 

Listings of all chariar (lights Ona 
way (lights to and from Europe 
Also relative flights from Europe 
tu Vancouver return 
Contact Vancouver 497 3131 or 
Suite DOS 734 Granville St. Van. 
3. B C. 

FOR SINGLES ONLY- 
Fun tours to Hawaii, cerlbbearv 
Mexico Travel world M3 U31 


WOOD; Fir, dry land 

.. been in salt water. 

2Vj cord*. *14.95 
Mixed wood, IVa cords S»0 
Shavihgs. »13 per truck load. 
"14-SS34. Bast Fuel Company. 


MOTOROYULES 


LO(J RAIL FENCE 

i|lh posts and nails 


Complate wl 

3 rails high 

4 rails high 
(min. 41 (in 


and Va cord orders, 134 core 
delivered 4 months seasoned Cut 
lo your specifications. 30 cords 
left 442-3443 

ORDER NOW FOR WINTER. 
Maple stove or fireplace weed, 
delivered 530 a cord 47I-47M. 


WANTED TIMBER STANDING 
or tailed Top prices paid. Barclay 
Logging and Excavating. 3M-5704 
WANTED TIMBER 
ouslon Tree Service, 3M-95IS. 

BUILDING HUPPUE8 

CUBBON LUMBER 
Cook Open * Days M4 flII 
Alpha CloiLT Wed. M4-32M 


lO’ 12' 

.70 • 
94 1.12 


>-I— A — R-8-0 — k 
MOTORCYCLE DIVISION 

I M — HONDA - QA M 
qa — HONDA - *T § 
CT M - HONDA - ACT 90 
8 L 100 - HONQA - C» 00 
|L 12* — HONDA - SL 1M 
CB JM - HONDA - SU 110 
CL 4J0 - HONDA - Ci 410 
CB S00 - HONDA - CB 7M 


H-O-N-D—^ 
MINI-MINI-MINI 
Thert's dosen* 


H 


SxS 93 3.M S 20 

1.40 4 SO 

GREEN VINYL COATED 
CHAIN LINK FENCING 
34" high. lln. tt ,.Uc 

M ft roll 11 99 

41" high, lln ft -*k 

M ft roll 24.97 

7.30 to 5:30 MON - SAT 

STEWART and HUDSON 

400 Gorge East 3*4-3211 


O—N-D-A 
MIDI-MIDI-MIDI 
Sites and Shepes 

H—‘O — N — D — A 
MAXI-MAXI MAXI 
Cetor after Color 

Wt need your t.eda 
URGENTL • 


sir 


4x1 FIR PLYWOOD 


.19 


PERSON <41A 


VALUES 
k 4- 4 Econo 
k 4— I Econo 
*4—10 Econo 


9.49 


IS9S 

4.95 

9-95 

SALE 

‘It! 


ITS 




NEAT, PETITE WIDOW, WITH | , 14*0 
many Intarests, would like lo meet , L - 
Interesting, llnentielly secure, un 25 j,., , 

attached gentleman. 55-65, who 25 PC j 2*4—|i 
(Ikes a nice home and surround 
inws Object companionship, vie |ceaaent Ml 
loria Press. Box 153 Cement 

WOMAN, EARLY FORTIES, M Al x 

wishes companionship ol men °» \aIx 

m a I u r I I v and understanding. £*'*, K( , 

„ w Vened Interests. Literature » nd pf, v cu| B Cedar 
Personal service You are sure the outdoors would be mutual plea c 0 mposl Boxes l" > 

When you cell Tommy Marker. 3*3- suras 1Replies conddSbtla! Victoria J,7, m C ,° c ' n flles 95c sq tt. 

34/4 Low rates Press, box isj Drill wood Panels 

Cl ARK S PAINTING AND SINGLE MAN, 31 YEARS OLD. t to 9, »* 49i 10 Of mora, »S 99 

CLARK S PAINT.NU - v.r eg. looks, Wishes ^1 , , Q , 

Reg 
S4 29 
179 
19 54 


S J PEDEN LTD. 
BIFOIJ) DOOR SALE 


11195 

120 95 
S33 50 
537 50 
841 50 


decorating Free •f'l'jjeles 
sonabla Phone M5-2313 after 

p.m 


Rea 


PAINTING AND DECORATING 


W E 


riNG 


AND DECORA- 

House end apertmsnts. 2S years in 
Vidor!* Ph 343-1333 
PROFESSIONALDECORATING 
Personal Service 
• The Dutch Painter ' 

1909 Duchess St 593-4033 

EXPERIENCED PAINTING 
interior Reasonable Also country 
work Cell M3-913* anytime or M3 

sail 

EXTERIOR AND INTERIOR 
Special low prices. For clean lob 
Phone Douglas, 477-5207. 

PAINTER HAS OWN EQUIP 
ment Reasonable M2 5424 or M3- 
134). 


PUatorera 

FRED BLANCHARD AND SONS 
Piaster, stucco, drywall 
Repairv our speciality 

sss 3431 

STUCCO AND PLASTERING, 
quality work, reasonable price. 
Coleman Plastering lid , 598 3433. 
STUCCO, DRYWALL AND 
imlliatlon granite stone Sian 
Olson. M3-0897 .Her 5 p.m. 

IQCOING. PLASTERING^ 

I R 


ige looks Wishes to 
meet female for outings com 
panionshlp and sharing of Interests 
(One child no object) All mall Pre-Fin Mahog 
replied Victoria Press, Box 1*4 Unfin, Mahog. 

VE WIDOWER OVER 70 j* Pot. Mahog 
home, moderala Incoma and a; $an No I 
sr, would Ilka lo meet active 44 Walnut 
idow Idle 40s with some )ni.o nti 
end driver's license Obiect com- corrugated Plastic 
i.nlonship Victoria Press. Box 34*73 


“Sle 

S3 29 

2 49 


2-4x4-! full louvered 
3 0x4 8 lull louvered 
44x4-1 full louvered 
54x4-1 (ull louvered 
44x4-1 full louvered 


FIR PLYWOOD 
t sanded 
'] sanded 


Building a Camper or Trailer? 
Plans and all Materials In Stock 
at Reasonable Prices 


GOLDEN RULE SERVICE 
We're not always perfect, 
but we do Intend to try 


ALL TRADES WELCOMED 

EASY INSTANT CREDIT 
Bank Tlrms Available 
Every budget consideration 

P - E A-R-S — O-N 

Mom?i vwxioH 


MUUJNS 


REPAIRS - PART* - SALES 

MULLINS MARINE 
SALES LTD. 

(Bicycle Division) 

925 Yates 382-1928 


JUNIOR 10-&PEEDSI 

Mini Peugeot and Apollo* — II” 
frames, also a taw Lt. Wt. 
Carltons on hsnd, accessories 
light sets — stands - carriers 

,0# ROBINSON’S 


88 BOATS AND MARINE 

IMMACULATE 
TRADED UNITS 

16-ft. FIBERFORM run¬ 
about c-w top, built-in 
tank, and 80 H.P. ’60 
Mercury, complete |2695 

16-ft. GREW runabout c-w 
top, and 85 H P. JOHN¬ 
SON 68, complete 62495 

USED BOATS 
AND TRAILERS 


1307 Broad St 


MS-3439 


finish 


GORDON'S SPORTING GOODS 

Large assortment of 10-speed 
bikes, lust arrived. Herd to get 
tubular tires from $7 95 and up. 
plus a large stock of accessories 
and parts available. 

1030 Hillside MI-5815 


ROYAL OAK SPORTING GOODS 
10 10 speeds In slock 
JUNIOR and regular sites 


!3Vt’ cello 
about 

14’ plywood runabout 
1100-lb. Al’s trailer 
800-lb. hamebuilt trlr. 
1000-lb. Rsiad Runner trail¬ 
er 1225 


run- 
6275 
6275 
6150 
6 75 


After * two-yeer itudy, CBS hu iwued • new »et 
ol guideline* (or lu newi and public »ffalr» program pro¬ 
ducer* which may help eliminate aome ot the evil* ol 
broadcaat new*. ^ . 

A atory from New York eaya there muat be no 
akeration or distortion of content or meaning In a news¬ 
cast or public affairs show. Re-creation, staging and 
faking of any kind are out. Reversing of sequence la al¬ 
lowed only If the i»eople concerned give their consent. 

Editing, a key point due to the Selling of the Pent** 
gon controversy, la allowed if it tvaulu in "• dear and 
suocinct statement which reflects fairly, honestly and 
without distortion what was said." 

Newsworthiness is the sole criterion — and I hope 
they stick with it. 

P 

BUREAU OF USE¬ 
LESS INFORMATION; 

Thursday’s a n s war - 
Third movement of good 
music week concerned 
the Largo from Dvorak’s 
New World symphony, 

Anitra’s Dance from the 
Greig Peer Gynit music 
and the wedding march- 
from Mendelssohn's 
Midsummer Night’s 
Dream and Wagner’s 
Tannhauaer. That Men¬ 
delssohn music is per¬ 
fect for the time of year. 

Today’s quest ion is 
more of the same. Name 
the oomt>osers and the 
longer pieces of good 
music from which have 
come Walt* of the 
Flowers, Hall of the 
Mountain King, The 
Prize Song and the Polo- 
vtsian Dances. Answers 
Saturday. 



“This 'Bewitched' script I'm 
working on Is practically 
writing Itoelf." 


Friday Highlights 


New 

FAL. ... 

ROYAL OAK 


MEN S erxt L< 

L K/ 1 

PING CENTRE 


.... shipment 


M2 2 


USED 

ENDUROS 


HA, 350 c.c. 

Pi: 1 tf 


ctive 

ith horn 


1(8 

27.95 


M YAMAH 

« YAMAH 

YAMAH. . __ 

70 YAMAHA, 110 c.c., 
'70 YAMAHA. M0 c c 
71 YAMAHA. 175 c.c 


panic 

13* 


EH. 

26x144 


CUT GLASS ON COOK ST 
CUBBON LUMBER 


VICTORIA SEAMAN ISOLATED 
in Arctic water* tor summer 
veeion needs mail frum Ivnieles 
D A Foster. CSS Perlieeu, $13 
Federal Building. Victoria, B C 

MALE 21. WOULD LIKE TO 
meet girl tor shows end oullnus 
o blect companionship Victoria I 

Press Box Hi 

BUSINESS WIDOW WISHES TO 
meet unattached gentleman, 54 lo| 

60, for companionship Enjoys 
dancing. Victoria Press. Box 625 

' ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS I . . „ 

It yuu have a drinking problem Are now delivanng 
and want to quit, phone M3-0415 


8 lo S Mon. Through Sat. 
S J PEDEN LTD 
2855 Quesnel St 38(i 

more j 
$1 39 

3 J9 Dave's 

1)9 M4-B/44 

70 MUSICAL 

INSTRUMENTS 


- CONCRETE DRAIN TILE. 16c l 


Somes, 925 Yales 


11 USED 
500 *50 C.C. 
MACHINES 

MANY. MA|IY MORE 

MULLINS MARINE 
SALES LTD. 
(Motorcycle Division) 


BUTLER BROTHERS 
2046 Keating Cross Rd. 
652-1121 


PREGNANT AND DISTRESSED? 
We i*n help you Phone Birth¬ 
right 3*41431 

lil SINEHH 1’KRSONAI.S 


AltersOcns RaaMnebl* 479-4779. 

Plumbing irnd Heating 

“ l EAKY TAPS, WATER I INI 6 
Repairs. Renovations, New Work 


... . _ i SMALL*' 

Osborn* Sales and Service Lid. 

316 7891 

El ECT R I C iEWEROOTER 
cleans drains, test end •♦.Octant 
Jii.i Noll Plumbing end Heeling 
Ltd . MI-9300 

S and M PLUMBING 
New Work 

Alteration* 

«79 1313 Reasonable J8J 951 
f. H. BROWN, M2 3747 
Repairs Rsmodelllng — New 


RELIABLE, 
TifBoyed Rsason- 


_<ONAL PROBLEMS? 

Autogenic Therapy may be the an 
swer After 30 years In my profes¬ 
sion. #m now semi retired in Vic 
loria and accepting limited number 
ot patients Miss E Raid, M4 9S80 
EVER WONDER WHERE THAT 
smart looking gal gats all her chic 
fashions? Probably ef 

Gina s Fashions Lid 
Esquimalt Pla«* 

Open fhurs Frl uhtn 9 p.m 

v F B r' L c!., c k r s f L A L ,% G s.* t 

R 5 W, * private social work 

practice for inarrlag* counselling, 
eltohol and youth drug problems 
-’} 


Phone M4 09I 
ANYONE WITH A FURNITURE, 
truck going lo Edmonton soon, 
contact us for w* hav* approxl 
metely 3 500 lbs of furniture to 
move there 385-7009 
HERBAL REMEDY TREAT | 
ments availeble for *11 diseases 1 
Contacl your local herbalist. Si9A 
Broughton, back entrance or call 1 
38 4 4 / 42 


abla rata 312-44 


SOY'S PLUMBING RI MODE 
ling, new work, rapalr*. M76931 

Billing 


R4H»flng 


SIMPSONS-SFARS 

asphalt shi^glls 

Siipiilied - lnsiallad 
Ask about our exclusive 
heavy duly 250-lh. SuperlfXJk, 
15-year guaranle*. 
SIMPSONS-SFARS 
Roofing Malei ialas 
388-9111. laical 264. 


All 


VICTORIA ROOFING 
INSULATION CO. L 

' asphalt qod 


I NO AN 

0 . i In 

.......J 

ShlRUc 


ND 


ready- 

mixed concrete «tx days a 
week No extra charge for 
Saturday delivery Give ua a 
all for those weekend enn- 
irele tubs 

FRFK FSTIMATES 

BUTLFR BROTHERS 
652-1121 

RFADY-MIX (XJNCRETE 
GRAVFL 
SAND 

For Free Fatimales 
Plume 478-1701 
Res 478-1086 
860 At tree fid. 

Open Mon Thru Sat. 

(6 Days) 

CALL 

COLUMBIA 
RFADY-MIX LTD. 


382 1928 


3S42 Government M4-4732 

LAOY'S 10-SPEED PEUGEOT, 
nearly new All accessories In¬ 
cluded 1111. 477-4*97._ 

TANDEM BICYCLE. 478 *149, 
altar 4 p.m 

BIKE GOOD CONDI- 
I-22S5. 

ALMOST NEW. MAN'S HFSPEED 
bike, da lux* Gltan*. 59S-1I09 
10 SPEED APOLLO, ALL ACCES 
sort**. MS 593-1444 
WANTED 10-SPEED APOLLO 

bike, 411 1705 

US BOATS AND MARINE 

BRITISH SEAGULL OUTBOARDS 
SALES - PARTS - SERVICE 

3ta H P. J]*) 

4'A H P. Ili 

lOVy H P k 

10Va PLUS H P W clutch ill! 

Long shall* - ONLY »I0 more 


INVENTORY 
CLEAR OUTS 

11' FIB ERGLASS 

dinghy, c-w mast, boom, 
etc. *595; 

13V FIBERGLASS SUR¬ 
FER, will lake up to 25 
h.p. 6495 

COAST POWER 
MACHINES (1961) LTD. 
2520 Gov’t. St 382-8291 


NOTE: The next Apollo 15 special, and the last si 
I well, ia tiie splashdown at 1:45 Saturday afternoon. Fre- 
{quent r»‘|*orta can he expected on most channels today, 
sailing Ca lKi p.m. CFL football. Saskatchewan at To¬ 
ronto -2, 6. 

C 7 ; 30 Once Upon a Tour is another of th<«e hum¬ 
drum variety hiHjrs. This one includes Phil Harris and 
Rich Little 5. 

• 8:36 NET Playhouse rebate the Soviet film of 
Cliekhov's story I^dy with the Dog. Keaanmended only 
for devotees of Chekhov and Russian films, a sadly small 
grou|>- 9. 

C 10:00 -Today's Pan-American Games report 2. 

C 10:00- An NBC special dLdailing progress in cancer 
treatment 5. 


DINGHIES 
YACHT TENDERS 
CARTOPPERS 
ROWBOATS 
SAILBOATS 
From *'S” to IS' Vancouver 
Island's I a r o • s I selection at 
Skookum Boat Works, Sidney *54- 
3489. 


Friday Movies 


ON ALL MACH 


UNIVERSAL DIVORCE 
FINANCING (VICTORIA! LID. 
420 Yarrow Bldg , 388 7MS 
445 Fort St . Victoria, S C. 
YOUR CHARACTER AND DES- 
I In y ravaalad through Astrology 
and Numerology, alsu tumpatl 
bility 1 hails done 478-7433. Aron 
INVISIBLE AHTMENDING 
leers, burns, .oils, twins The 
Gypsy Caravan, 4S8 Herald, 
384-9455. 

CLAIRVOYANT AND IHANCE 
medium Quasi ions answered, ad¬ 
vice given. Mrs Payn Jones. 38* 
3403 

J J. BRAMHAM, CHIROPRAC 
tor, 2186 Oak Bay Avenue, business 
592-1621. Res 382 46V/ 

VICTORIA HYPNOSIS CENTRE 
Ltd . 8-819 Fort SI . 388 9722 
LEARN TO DO ENGLISH 
smocking, tl a lesson 3840341 


rts, I in ft. .09 

L •»*V 

"JP*"..:!] 


edar 


42 


EIHIUATION 


MANUFACTURING. 

S%f-5!K 


,l< Forrll' 1 - *w 

iXPERlENCED ROOFER 
Fra* esllmetes Fair deal Kan, 
M4 6724 before 3 

«vw oN ybm 

' Roofing Victoria Since 1935 
gheet Metul 

CUSTOM 
fight sfaal wmm* 
prises Lid., M2-5321 

ThBoau 

~ ALTERATIONS _ 

REMODEL . RESTYLE 

Suits, alack*, .coals 
BRITISH CUSTOM filLORS 
1311 ilanshard M3 24M 

Tree Service 

TREES' - TAKEN DOWN 
removed 

»fi a . . 

MT. VIEW TREE. SERVICE 
Free esUmatas^lnsurad'* 479-M7 

H0 Bcf l 

Area sstlmales 


H and R BI/X’K 
IN(»ME TAX COURSE I 
ousands are earning good money 
the growing (laid ol professional 
om# lax serylca. 
w, H and R Slock - Canada * 
rgast Income Tax Sarvlca will 
-jrn you lo prepare Income tax 
ratuma In a special il weak tuition 
course Classes convenient v sched¬ 
uled to accommodai* working stu¬ 
dent* and housewlvesl 


TAKEN DOWN AND 
Vary reasonable, lav¬ 
ra* estimates. Butch. 384- 


why pey more? 

1500 lln. 1x4 economy 
2x4 economy studs 
1''xir shelving lln it 
4'xl’ praflnlshed mahogany 
4 xS'xH no. 1 gyproc 
4 *8 axlerior sheathing 82.49 

corrugated plastic 5 colors 
14''xa' SI 7* I ' 
log cabin fence raid 
48 1, basket weave, I. 

1x10 ranch panel shorts, lil 
4'x8' counter topping 
rag. 117 Sale 
concrete waterproofing, 

Interior latex, gallon 

langlord building 
supply end hardware 

open seven days a weak. 

940 goidslreem eve. 478-1724 


1x4 — 3x4—1x10 — fxIL 
At price* you cen eflord Irom SM 
per FBM and up 

Shlplap end Boards from 844 and 

Thie is ell newXmber. com* and 
see for yourself 

Corner of Hllside and Bridge,SI. 
MI-8441 

Free Estlmefe* 

7 a.m, to 4 p m. 

IDEAL SAWMILLS CO 
2735 Bridge St. 


HALL-FAIRFIELD MUSIC 
CENTRE LTD. 

For all your musical nredb 
Summer hours 8.30-5:30 
daily 

Closed Friday nights July 
and Aug 
728 Fort St. 385-8342 

PIANOS PROFESSIONALLY 
tuned and repaired Rent lo 
purchase Good sound, recon¬ 
ditioned pianos, regulated, re 
finished and de-mothed Low 
prices. Cac King Plano Service, 
477 391S 

TAKE ADVANTAGE OF 
SUMMER PRICES IN ORGANS 
NEW AND PREVIOUSLY 
OWNED 

REGINALD STONE 
1517 QUADRA, M3-0339_ 

ITH ANNlvI^ktlY SALS 
All MerchandlM Discounted 
Victoria's largest selection of 

AUGUST CLEARANCE 
Floor models. Demos, and Trad* 
Ins Yamaha Music Centra, 707 
Fort, 38 4 9111 

RENT TO OWN 
Top selection of pianos 
now In slock 
I Gleason Music. 707 Fort, 388 9*32 

I NELSON’S MUSIC CENTRE 
Salea - Service • Instruction 
1320 Broad St. 385-5242 

BALDWIN SPINET ORGAN WITH 
sustain and percussion slops, Ilka 
new, Mis Woodward'* Mayfair, 
2nd floor. 

SOUND SOURCE MUSIC 
AulhorUad d a a I a r for Shura 
ihona* and P.A. aqulpmant. 

598-3514 


HONDA 
500 "4"!! 

roMp^iiTlON 
has bttn drtsdlng” 

61595 


9:00 a m. Inside Straight (truly terrible 1951 money- 
can t-buy happiness 1 , David Brian. I don’t care about 
happiness; what I want to know is can money fill an 
inside straight?—4. 

12:45 noon Checkixjint (simply silly 1957 racing- 
drivers epic 1 , Anthony Steel, Stanley Baker -6, 8 

4:00 p.m —One Minute to Zero (completely crumby 
1952 Korea thing), Bolter! Mitchum, other loeers. The 
ORR marine minute went fast 7 

30-hp marina angina. 3M0 "PM- 5:00 Rebellious Daughters <1938 junk I 13. 

ritaVnalor, "electric panel, tfb'j' 5 30 Glass Web (poorish 1954 whodunit in a TV 

Paragon gear studio), Edward G. Robinson, John Forsythe. Some 

ideal tor pleasure gor/dies today. (Nit they come later 12 
FISHING end AUXILIARY 
31 Erie tt. M2 5813 


BROOKLAND'S 
MOTORCYCLE SALES 
937 Fori SI 383*5026 


ASH — Immediate—< 


—CASH 
S O-l 


-T 

N. 

Ail makes and modal* 

-E A R-I O-N 
"World ol Pleasure" 
MOTORCYCLE DIVISION 
3388 Douglas 382-2232 


CYCLE CENTRE 
M YAMAHA 175 cc 
*9 MAICO 360 MX 
'70 YAMAHA 250 MX 
•70 KAWASAKI 100 Trail 
‘71 BULTACO Serpal 


1335 

$595 

$595 

$445 

M75 


WANTED 
Will buy your boat 
—motor—outright or 
CONSIGNMENT 

All slut, styles, 
needed y££* n,lv have 

P - E -X- R -7 - O 

World of Pleasure 
PLEASURE DIVISION 
J3M Doug lea, M2-2222 


HAIDA 25 SLOOPS 
Marine Supplies 
Open Saturdays 
MAYHEW k STRUTT LTD. 
2300 Douglas Si. 

Phone 386-7704 

PHILBROOK’S 
SHIPYARDS LTD. 

FAST COMPETITIVE SERVICE 

POWER or SAIL 
Total ways chare* 45c ft. 

2324 Harbour Rif, Sidney 
454-1157 


ophone_ 

2250 OAK BAY 
WURLIT2ER 


FUN MAKER" 
$2 25 organ tape deck, automatic 
29 rhythm el $1125 Scott Plano and 
" Organ *12 Fort St M4 4*23 


FENl 
ampll 
a, uui 


.BE? 

acoustic 
MS-3174. 


"CHAMP" 
and "Da 
guitar pic 


GUITAR 
Armond" 
.up. 150. 


Inatrumanii 




PARTS and ACCESSORIES 
Las Blow's Motorcycles 
2940 Douglas 384 7843 


MINI SIKES and KITS 


V\ G N N oA U H T E rcoVI 

MARINA. 2278 Harbour Road, 
Sidney. 

Many brokerage boat*, power and 

Grampian 2* and 30 demos* House 
Boat demo. 

SPECIAL- 

24 Flbrafoem Sen Juen used 
under 40 hour* llvi Nearly 


(Ex. 

2270 Harbour I „ 
454-1212 or 198 411 


FRONTIERSMAN 
Fibreglass Canoe* 

SALES and RENTALS 


BOSUN'S IvOCKER 
’FREE” 

1-Hour Parking st 
YATES Parkarie 


IMMACULATE 19*9 HONDA 
450. vary nice paint job, luet c 
S.OOo miles, anoint in top shi 


,_.i ovar 
is, angina fn top shape, 
xiy untouched Often In ere* of 
00 Mutt see to appreciate 592 


H T S |8 

QUEEN 


SASEENOS MARINA 
2029 KALTASIN RO . SOOKE 
You can rent a good tithing boat 
at Sooke Va d*v $10. Enioy 
comfort In the "Seseenos Day 
Fishermen." 14x7 cebln, phone 
442-3411 for reservation 

BOATS WANTED ON 
CONSIGNMENT 

New a ll-welded displacement 
hulls. 14x7. steel or aluminum by 
O’Roerk on display 

YACHT BROKERS 
VAN ISLE MARINA LTD. 
Tsehuin Harbor 
Sidney, B.C. 
656-1138 


)HONDA 4 
n. Lacquer 
considered 




Insti_ 

1724 Douglas 
FENDER BAND MASTER AMPLI 
tier end Fender Reverb unit, $450. 
*42-3159, after 4:30 p.m 
GIBSON J-4! 4-STRING ACOU6- 
tic, between 4 and 7 pm, S9I- 
3044 

PARAGON MUSIC CENTRE 
Gulbrenten Organs 
2508 Douglas- St 385-5275 

NEW SG STANDARD, $350. 

?;«. .W'Si .u? "** 


W carport, sundacki 
[attached). jpj»rox 


insured 388-V5II 


“The Major Market for 
Many Mini Items’’ 


Enrollment Is open lo all ages NO[ 
previous Iramlhg or experience re 
ouired. 

Wail 

DOES YOUR CHILD HAVE A 
January, February, or March 
birthday? Jlmlny Crlcketf has a 
special program for your tfilld. 
Call us today and ask for datails. 
592 2488 

MALVERN AND WESTERMAM 
Grades 4-12, small dassas, Indl- 
v I d u a I Insfructlon Ragistrallon 
laken now for Stplambar. Phont 
Mrs Staly, M4 1911, HS-5204 
FINISH HIGH SCHOOL AT 
home Canada's leading whogL 
National College (8 C lj 
Carnegie Ores, Vlclorta 
4490 

TUTORING PROFESSIONAL 
help by experienced teacher. 
French, Math, new and old 
method 598-3331. 


garage (pfu* roofing*) Vljj 
All purpose garden sheds from $5 


VA "&‘„ 

Night phone 479-1423 


POPULAR MUSIC 
replies to Mrs Grace, i 
McNab. car* of Mr». Shandlv, 1742 
Chrliima* Avenue 


3041 

SI-B.U1AL DISCOUNTS 
CUMBER PLYWOOD 
HOME 

BUILDING SUPPLY 

(ICE TO ALL GULF ISLAND! 
POINTS 

Bay Concratabl(x:k Co 
Concrete Incinerators J9.a0 
;)022 Jutland 382-9436 

’■ * Bis 1 ? 


BEHENSON PIANO, 


NO 

$22f l ?7»-Il? 

II MliEK) TKAGHER6 

WANTED: 
coach, rep 


RARE MODEL 1970. 
cyl. Premium cundil 
finish gold paint Olfei 
744 5411 

250 ROAD SUZUKI, 19*5. 

;L l ssp.iin"asf , 4, 

4447 

300 HONDA CHOPPED 10" Ex¬ 
tension moulded tram*, custom 
|Il>** end tank Unfinished. Offers. 

78 KEYSTONE, MINI BIKE CUS- 
Tom^pelnt Top condition, 495 

*9 KAWASAKI 350 AVE 
with ^extras. $525 er be* 

19*7 YAMAHA TWIN 100, 
trie start, good shape. 

477 1358 

.7 YAMAHA 
...I, excellent cop 
• g*. extras, 

HARLEY 45, REBUILT ENGINE 
and transmission, extended 
springer, much chrome. M5-I905 


11 AlOTOtUIYCLLb 

r.w A .,;,‘f.^ conbi - 


COMPETITION HOOAKA 6A1-E5 

13 C.mMn AM. „ I Ml REBUILT HARLEY. 

| , rSf.<“(-{V 1 5ii.fi« G ») D 3& UNNINO |K C f3 “ El "“ 




7:30 Minstrel Man (1944 Benny Fields museumpiece) 

13. 

C 8 (0 The Lost Man (so-so 1969 Negro version of 
Odd Man Out), Sidney Poitier, Al Freeman. Go<jd support 
but the whole thing fails 8. 

• 9:00 Term of Trial (1963 English teacher-1 rouble 
drama I. l^urence Olivier, Simone Signoret, Sarah 
Miles. Recommended mainly because Olivier’s in il 

7, 12. 

11:00- Mad Monster (1942 George Zucco horror 
cheajN)! 13. 

11:05 Me and the Colonel (1958 Danny Kaye, not 
much) 12. 

11:30 The Man They Couldn't Hang (1939 Karloff). 
A must for fans of low-camp horror zingers 7. 

C 11:46—The lx»sl Man (see 8:001—6. 

C 11:46—Frankenstein Meets the Space Monster (1965 
garbage 1 . A must for aiisolutely noltody 8. 

• 11:50 Tlie Misfits (1961 John Huston people-drama, 
unsettling but well done). The tost film for Gable and 
Monroe, plus fine acting jobs by Montgomery Clift, Eli 
Wallach, Thelma Ritter-2. 

1:00 a.m. Soldiers Three (1951 Kipling, very hadly 
done), David Niven, Stewart Granger. Walter Pidgei/n. 
Kipling fans won't like it—4. 

1:05 The Hook (good 1963 war-crime drama), Kirk 
Douglas, Nick Adams, first-rate supi/ort. Best of (he ialp 
tote films by far -12. 

1:30 The Brain Thai Wouldn't Die (1963). Gel the 
hook 7. 


!IRv E&J 

1949 150 Y t 

gov't tested, 
$500 384-8871 
GREAVES 


453 HEAD ST , ESQUIMALT 
cabin, 10 h.p. clinker; 15 
open. 8 h.p clinker; 14' open. 4 
h.p Carvel; on* rowboat; If 
runabout; 17' with 35 h.p.; 18 
cabin cruiser; Ja' cabin cruiser. 
Brandlmayr design; 18' Inboard 
with cabin 

PHONE 385 4552 

.T'S BOSUN'S for complete 
marine service; Yacht Sales, Iro 
keraoe. Charier*, Chandlery C end 
C, Cu, Crown, Aib n and Veg* 
Yachts. Open every day. 8 a.m. to 
t p.m., at Clerk Bros Marina. Sid 
n«y. 4M-342I 

Bosun's Wide World of Selling 
PARALLEL RULES, DIVIDERS, 
Projector* and char}* 

Plot your course to the 
bottom Of Yates 
SHIP CHANDLERS 
iMcQuedes) 

1252 Wherl il 383^)41 

CANVAS BOAT DECKING 
VICTOrPa'tI^IiS AWNING 
831 Flsgerd 8t. _ 

FIBREGLASS SLOOP, 25 FT 

_ r I- — - 


OAK BAY MARINE 
SALES and SERVICE 

Evinrudliv- OMC 
COLUMBIA YACHTS - 
K and C Thermoglasa 
and Starcraft Boats 

598-9393 

Serving you 
7 days a week! 


M E R C-l) R—Y 
•COST LESS’’ 

From 4 h.p. 135 h.p. 

At 

MULLINS MARINE 
SALES LTD. 

(Marine Division I 
925 Yates 382-1928 


FIBREGLASS MATERIALS 

I Resin 
Cloth 


Friday Radio 

PAN AMERICAN Games reports are due at 9:55 and 
11:55 a.m., 3:45 and 10:20 p.m , and 12:05 a.m. Saturday 
—CBU (6801 

9:06 p.m. Gala features the Menuhin recording of 
Beethoven s violin concerto—CFM8 (98 5) 

• Recommended; C -Color. 


m HOAT8 ANI) MARINE 

40’ CRUISER 


M BOATS AND MARINE 

condition. $1950 or near*oiler. CiF 
•tated, oiitay with large water aup^ 
Ply Stainless steel sink hulii*. 
bunk*, long rang* fuel tanks for 
Graymarltta 48 h.p engine Skiff 
outboard 456 115$ 


reymerln* 

'ith 4 h.p 

14'4" SANGSTER FIBREGLASS, 
full camper top, rood runner trail- 
If, $S h.p. Chrysler electric start. 
7G Johnson. I gas tanks. 


axcallani shape. 


»a EE °* W0,K ' 

70 KAWASjkKt 180; '48 TRIUMPH 

SU»W oum ,J “ 




wrmr* 0171 cc >BI1 

1948 BULTACO MATADOR SEE 
at 141 Toronto Street. 


i. Excellent "'condition, 
^dinghy Included. I9M0. 

INKER BgiLT DOUBLE- 

WJhSTJCT JK 

DEAL IN TOWN. 114 DUNDAS, 
383-8133. _ _ 


14' CLIl 

W ,0! 

S914. 


JENKINS MARINE 
14-ft. fibreglass hulls, reasons 
prices. Ail boat repairs 
479 2344 bus. 479 1117 I 

12' THORNES ALUMINUM BOAT, 
4 hp. Evlnrud#, 1 year old tttl) 
or oiler Ml-ISM 


66.95 Gal. 
Acebme, Matting 

•CLOSED" 

Saturday mornings for the 
month of August 

PELAGIC PACIFIC 
IND. LTD. 


Custom built, including Boat 
House 

Twin Chrysler 280 h.p. 

Motors 

Complete Electronic Con¬ 
trols 

Hydraulic Anchor Winch 

Radio Telephone. Refriger-1 c#n 
■tor and Deep Freeze i*’ aluminum ri 
ixiwered by 32 volt elec- run 9 hours $49§ firm 
tricsl system 

Dual controls, Dinghy and 
Outtoxird motor 
Sleeps 5 
Price 640,000 

Call 656-1151 lor brochure 
including pictures or write 
advertiser. P.O. Box 70, 

Sidney, B.C. 


i/ER so 

*A" 


4 Huron St. 


1948 SI h.P. 

SIC in 

WANTED - 

SOUP mfl 


386-1811 

EVINRUDE ELEC 

?. 479 2l)7° n,f01 *' 0OM 

4WH.P.' JOHNSON 
lor, needine rep*lrs 


WESTWARD PLASTICS 
38' ,7 Rogu*", All new off-tfwra 
iports fishermen, complete SelSO. 
Components lor home finishing 
8l$Q ava table. Hull only $1300; 

b " 3W “' *■' 

TRADES AND FINANCING 
silty repairs to all make* 

AZHTUn. 


IKK 


L A l/'. M ft5iW' 

^. F te» n . c W°A^ NT 
IS 8 f 0 4 a.L A AKL w lffl Iff 


E G * ^ CJ N 


DINGHY, 

sms. 

2541 


14' EX-NAVY OJTTER, DIESEL, 
l/tly finished cebln, offers. M4- 

SMITH BROS. “ 


tl' CLINKER WITH * H P IN 
boenj^good condition, 1171, offeri. 

14' E 

8},7 

ftftoj 

14' PLYWOOD 

BBC'MR 

LOR ON TRANSISTORIZED 
{jowe^w^jJty. Checked end work- 


BOAT, MOTOR, 
M. 1013 Amphlon 


BERTRAM HA RDTOP 
er, h.p Mercrytaer 

rd 1J0 total 


__ ,.p. Mercryl 

Inboard ISQ lofel hour*. Fast, 
set*, t oeworihy Comptataly 

!««««" 

24 FT THUNDERBIRD SLOOP, 
equipped for racing and cruising, 
S4M6 Phone Duncan 744-1448 aRar 


LICENSED, 
me Ganges, 


PRODESTO 

Marine hardware and accessories 
919 Johnson M3-5811 

CANOE COVE MARINA 
Yecht Broker 
Sidney. R.CT 


30' OLDER 

im Lrt 


STYLE S 

t rd. dacron 
1474 


*14-3811 

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M BOAT! AND MARINE 


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tin.ll ~ SHOTGUNS - PISTOLS | 

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,OAT, ^«8I 0 ru‘orclK , ‘-"‘ 

i SPLENDOR 


Truly tha ultimate and a 
tlaak beauty All In white 
til hXdO. Two II for¬ 
ward barfht, sleeper tttU 
aft. Heed. Full camper 
fop Complafa and ready to 

fi. Horna. Saarchllghl 

arJSr j'js 

Sow Only lll.m 


. ULTIMATE 
17* MARLIN 

Full fop. roomy, rich oral 

W uk JSU 


17' ROwSftjiR^ 1 * 

SL'il gut 

and yof practical loo 53166 
FAMILY F 

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of powar and 



FTHNITrUE 


3-ROOM GROUP 


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>lo If*; II Rom. pump dav*nport sulfa. 3 tool 

acJfVjflSrWl :cumjshwF 

“ED ROOM 

TpIoco bedroom suite walnut 

ispw- m wf'njga 


Hold suite or 


IOT-I 

Miw DINETTE 

taYtti chairs. **' 


'JT5 


FREE 16-Ploca dish Ml 

• '"'fArustf™" 

Many other sroops lallorad lo your 
Easy forma — irado In 


now P lardy of ISO,. 

STANDARD'S FUNITURE 


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CATCHING ANY FISH 

thoaa daysT 
Maybe wo can halp 
ROBINSON’S 

11307 Broad 366-343* 


FAMILY FUN 
IS’ COBRA 

Full lop. lota of roan 
tiylo Ideal for s 


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illlna 

sin* 




CLEARANCE SPECIALS 

■tuwfivrar 


ALLADtN S COTTAGE LTI 
‘ land Hifhway 

msaSut' 


CUSTOM 
14* MARLIN 

Full fop, (fa o baauly and 
roady for comfort ond 
fun SINS 


alto 7. SIS 

GOING TO HOCKEY *CH 
I Bo roady] ' | 


I/s-4041 


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..... Vosn'citwr s?.* m r'a M *s.r ss'ffo,.*?® 

law Douaiaa 3SS-43II Rose-beige choslorflald tu.it S7S 

..... fiW 30’ f electric ranoo. automatic 

USA .«* Wi«..«» t** uit , A" - is-'iisr 


Probably II 
boat tor 


BTOVKH ANI) 

KUIINAILH 


WA 0»lB. J,T 

Vary, vary lest and aato 


VIKING 36-INCH 

saal. t ” ai,u ' 


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T. »»• T •••' aims »- 

too Fun lor ovaryona and 
unusual SINS 


14 ISLAND^IP^faapar 

Saa; dttVJnW 

mart fUK 


! OIL BURNEl 

!& j&r 


STOVE. BARREL 


II* MARlCm-FM*# 

Sato and sound, aaay la 
handla on aaa and land S44S 


in CAMERAS, HCPniM 
AND PHOTO FINISHING 


a "Amm 

Th# royal ona In alumi¬ 
num light and comfort- 
abla OSS 


-NEW OR USED— 
WE'VE (iOT IT- - 


RLE 


•board any 


DINOflVjWJf' 

Easily inllaltd 
aroai la hav« aboard any 
craft llf.fs 

CHRYSLER OUTBOARDS 
3 * 6 6-* * 12 * 30-33-45 
ii-TMUOUJO IIS 

“dSTs wst? 1 


OLDER 
styi) 
whll 


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i wy 


iALNUT PROVINCIAL 
oom suite. ' 

_IV vanlfy, cl 

- *175 walnut naal — v — 

SSS. Walnut hall table. SIS Portion 
*35 Wolnut dining table, com 
lands with 3 loaves. 


poet sue, at 
*75 S9S-47S3 


GROCERIES' MEAT 
AND 


VICTORIA 
MEAT MARKET 


S S-Savingi 



•THE IARQE8T FAMILY 
MEAT £UPPLY-HOUSE’* 


5-S-Slvings 


Super Service 

Super Quality 

Super Savings 


1 P'ECE DAVEN 
i Durable 
vinyl, r 
swivel 
block, 
pieces 


*»>*■%?! 
-OI Nylon sna«. I lona. I color 

Harding Tahiti, vary heavy Mono 

WVnST lu n»!!ftl 


FRESH LOCAL LAMB 
While Stock Lasts 

milSP I rA 


• SUPER-RIGHT ALBERTA 
GRAIN-FED BEEF 

EMANS STEAKS BAB 

jnI^shSulLeb S ifl 

J/ A Mr .R A « f 

^BONELESS S T E jjjmA 


TUI 


POULTRY SPECIAL 

IJJkEy WKP*' 2$c 

IRKEY LEGS 37c I 


COLONIAL _ 
H orculon 
or ms 


OAVENPORT SUITE 
m i woorT snowwood 
md wing with chair. .. 

Htrculon (wood with tlna 

».rtvtgR 


piacas 
SOFA RED 


3 PC. BED CHESTERFIELD 

Sulfa with emphasis an the 
good styling and comfort, semi- 
attached pillow back, nylon 
fabric in moos- co ppar. features 
•willed spring (Iliad qupon site 
mattress, has shepherd css 
lei, I alacas 63*6.96 


SPANISH 

Davenport end chair, black 
vinyl, baddlng storage, 3 piacas 
II** *S 


MISCELLANEOUS 


'"marjamf* 


immediate installation 
V ary 


Ighi gauge luffed Man* kltchan 
carpdt with sponga rubber and 
mo Is l u r a barrTfr - 1 
colors SS.SI sr. yd. 


r m 


commercial 
64.41 so yd. 


THESE A 
WE N, 
LAf 


undarlavs, vinyl 

it anm 


MR. #UALITI 

FREE ESTIMATESI 


CARPET TREND 
1SS Langford SI. 364-7501 


VARIETY MEATS 

^iTsSH riC ^ a C ° T - 

Aw i«|a 

SLICED) & lb 

EAN RINDLESS SLICED 

Bf — 1 - 


SLEEPER CHAIR 

A spec* saving sleeper, gold i 
•wood !M. 


THE TRADERS 
WAREHOUSE 
EVERYTHING PRICED TOGO 


FLOOR POLISHER 

Hoover do iu«e includes scrub 1 
brushes. Iambs wool end wen 1 
applicators Sale S3! SO 


M18CELLANEOUI 
FOR BALE 


UNDER THE 
YELLOW SIGN 


USED SELECTION 


MISOEUANEOrS 
FOR BALE 


WOODWARDS 


SIDE BACON 


4' BUFFET. ANTIQUE. SLANT 
lop desk, enlloue. Flat lop desk. 
Canadlena hail 


table, antique; 


4Sc lb. I 

THE BEST BUYS 
ANYWHERE 
IN FREEZER MEATS 
We sell at a 
fraction above cost 


Eaay Terms - Trade Now 
Pienly of Parking 


-l-plece gold 
good condlflo 

-3-piece green 
Good condition 


STANDARD S FURNITURE 

BARN 

M4 VIEWFiELD RD 
ESQUIMALT - 363-S311 


like 


SIMM 

Wetlinghouse range, works 
iww sums 


LARD REMOVED) 37c lb , c * 

ft 1 


f T\, HTK.KEO. RADIO 
HALES AND HKHVIOK 


—tl 

HIND QUARTERS 

Prices include 


17* *s 

-Good selection of usod bods 

Dining room suite complete with 
« ‘heirs end I leaves, like 
lie*** 


cutting, 749 VIEW STREET 
wrupping and flaah freezing 

I Special savings on small eppll 

We carry a full line 


134*3 

dryar, 
IIS* 95 


"THE SPINE TINGLERS 


Si 


early ouanlifias ara limited and 
hue idera-r reyitea andl» u «>iaci lo prior sale 


THE TRADERS 


Vaiipouver Fancy Sausages ! 


7is finlayson 


SONY STR *040 RECEIVER 
REG S300 
SALE 133* 95 


USE NEW prk' ll S3*0 inO< $AL , |s S300 dual 1315 RECORO PLAYER, 
romplaia base, cover and magnatlc 


USED BOLEX Macroioom 1150 carlndga 


July's 

Bar B-C’ue Winner 
MR and MRS AL 8MITZ 
2070 CAR RICK ST 


A U T O M A T I 
KETTLES - *- 
and 9 70 


(BESIDE MAYFAIR) 




U I E O S ANKYO. BELL 
HOWELL. EUMlG. 
othar movla camtras 


a 


EI LOADER 
lb, IM* - *00 lb . 

ID* - I MB lb.. 

P - i 16:: 

ft* p - H k 

lb. US* 7706 lb. 

lb . SI6M 3506 lb . 


USED DURST M*00 • n I a r g i < 
SCHNlEDkR componar >0 
mm SCHNIEDER componar 
75 mm 1116 


SONY TC 3*4 TAPE DECK 
REG 1300 
SALE *33* 95 


You always save 
When you shop a l 


ELECTRIC BLENDERS - Faa 
luring Slot container, siamisy* 
steal blades, heavy * 
measuring cup 
SPECIAL, each 


MELS MELS 
USED SPECIALS 


•duly motor and ~FrlSldalre (working) at Is SI* SO 
Two models ~ 4 ‘ McClary range. Good condl 
».*• and 314* !*on *3fS0 


Walnul night lablM, 

2 only, each 

814.Bf 

Double dresser and 
mirror 

138 96 

Studio lounge 

828.83 

2-pc cheater suite 

849.85 

Armless nonvertn, 
neugehide 

84985 

Recliner 

829.85 

RCA porta Me TV 

848.85 

24" elec, range 

879 95 

Metal crib and 
mattress 

819 9f 

Hollywood tied, 38" 

839.95 

Hollywood bed, 54" 

849 95 

De luxe davenport 

899.95 

Old metal dinette 
tables, Irom 

19.95 

Floor lump 

87.95 

Hostess chairs, from 

19 95 

Naugahide red easy 
chair 

819.95 

f>-pc dinettes, from 

829 95 

Occasional tables, from 17.9?) 

Ixtve seats, 2 only, ee 

899 95 

NEW SELECTION 

'J-I»i davenport suite, 
black naugahide 

8159.95 

Armless convene, 
naugahide 

886 95 

Berkline recliner*, 

2 only, each 

899 95 

FLOOR SAMPLES 

4-dr walnul chest, 
l only 

839 95 

Single dresser and 
mirror, 1 only 

849 95 

6-dr chest. 1 only 

139.95 

Triple dresser and 
mirror, 1 only 

899 95 

Cogswell rockers, 
from 

859 95 

French Prov curved 
back chairs 

881 95 

S|>aniish J-pc. Chester 
field anile, red 
naugahide 

8199 95 


NfcW RUGS 
FLOOR SAMPLES 

9x12 India rug (Shrimgari 
Turquoise 9299.00 


MtKCT I lANfOnt 
FOR BALK 


CLEARANCE OF 
USED FURNITURE AND 
APPLIANCES 


Kelvinator 
apt. sue 


refrigemtor, 

J79.9f> 


20 cu. ft freezer 9125.00 


9x12 Shag, 
red 


polyester, brick 
999 00 


9x12 Cotton 

beige 


loop, rose 

958 89 


4x8 Chinese hooked, gold or 
green |U>8| 

8x12 Rone white nylon, 
substandard 949 88 


SINGLE BEDSTEADS 
1 white, gold trim 835 00 
1 white. Fr. Prov. 

1 Walnut 

1 Colonial (spindle) 
spring 


One hide-a-hed, 
condition, 
chair 


exoellenf 

matching 

1138.50 


2-piece chesterfield 120.00 


Easy wringer washer, excel¬ 
lent condition BAB.B5 


1 only, slightly used de luxe 
Maytag clothes dryer In 
avocaao; llOv apt. model, 
plug in anywhere. No 
wiring necessary 9129.95 


932 88 
930.00 
846.00 


9 ’ box 
tress 


and mat- 
9H9 95 


USED TVs 
12" |Mirtahle 


9H0 00 


23" Klectrohome, French 
Provincial style 9189 00 


779 PANDORA AVE- 
38it-3322 I-oral 216 219 


1 only, Simplicity twin tub 
washer in Harvest Gold. A 
great buy at 8129.95. 


0" McClary electric range. 
Only 849 95 


MAIS FURNITURE 
1821 Cook 385-2436, 


THE TRADERS 
(WWNTOWN STORE! 


USED SPECIALS 


In 


taiecllon chsalarflaid 
all if visa. 


Octaiional chsiri at low a, SI 95 

Fridge* tlerling of S3* 95 

XXXXXXXXXXX Range* at low •* *14 

Red lounge 174 ,| 


EATON'S 


WAREHOUSE 


- Chetl of drawer* a* low e* 174 95 
-McClary Eety 


748 VIEW ST. 


THE TRADERS 
845 Yates 388 0013 


Remember You Can 
Budget Charge 
Through Our 
Customer's Accounts 
Office, 3rd Floor 


HOME OF THE 
SQUARE DEAL 


THREE SPEED 'HAND 

lour jpric, unit SPECIAL, 
eerti 1017 II ,5. 1] IS end u 70 


3-burner Coleman ilove *33 50 
mixers -3-Plece mixed green brown tweed 
netlerfield »uile SI SO 50 

piece chetlerfield tulle 
Ireidad rug 


SOLID MAPLE 


XXXXXXXXXXX 


GOOD SELECTION 
Good Used TV, from 831 95 
Clean Fridges, from 828 95 


N'/O 54 
SPEClAi 


USED BOATS 
More earning in each dev 
el law price* 


USED MAMIYA &EKOR RF J I 
Semm lent. 7 interchangeable 
beck* end cate* *75 


STEREO WORLD 
734 YATES ST 
tea 7733 

SALES AND SERVICE 


ii'J5 Johnson 


Shop Dally 9 30am It t 00 p m 
Thurt end Frl. Shop III , 30 pn 


7 Piece chetlarfield tulle *35 00 
Sraidtd rug J3i 00 

many other houtehold Item* el 


Dough lx>x end table 857 95 
Step table 154 95 

Coffee tahle 854 95 


MEL S BARGAINS 
*73 Pandora Ava. to- 

Oppoilta B( Hydro 


ALL TRADES WELCOMED 


Every Budget Contiderehon 


,NY MA 
WE R AS 


P-i-A-R-*— O-N 


.Arms *\n 


l:3B 

* 'NEXT TO RED LION' 


AS AND ACCESSORIES 

at 

ELECTRIC EYE 


W'E TAKE TRADES 


MMMMMMMMM 

MERCURY MARINE 
FIHEKFORM BOATS 
14 to 34' 


ELECTRIC EYE 
loot) Broad St 3880333 


RENT OR RENT 
TO OWN 

Rent d 1971 coiur or h.ack 
and white TV, Zenith or 
Electrohnme lowest prices 
in town. 

CITY CENTRE TV 
3970 ShHUiurne 
University Heights Mall 
477-8871 658-8385 


OPEN 

9 'till 9 Mon -Fri 
9 5 30 Saturdays 


CLEARANCE 


Eleclrohome Color TV 
REG S74* 

NOW ONLY t*75 


WILUAMB-QUAUTY 

MEATS 


USED SPECIALS 


MEL S MEL S MEL S MEL S 


Further large *elei Huns 

now • hi wtxiw. 


77 MEN'S SUITS 
OR 

CO-ORDINATES 
Sues 35-50 collectively 
Now 959.50 


ROY A! FURNITURB 
AND APPUANCES 
"Tlie Bright Red 
Warehnuae" 


Canada Choice teen and bonala** 
Baron of Beet Road* SI 3* lb 
Picnic ham* 

(trnoked thank or whole) 3*c lb 
Side Bacon 

(Maple Leaf Cryovac pkf ) *5c lb 
Corned Baal 

(our own cure boneleae) 7*c lb. 


TWO MOFFAT 
Seif-cleaning 
slightly used 
AVOCADO 

COPPER 


1398 

9448 


RED HOT SPECIAL 

WIENERS (Yaur Choice) 
Sklnlat* all Beet or Regular 
4Sc lb. 


ONE KELVINATOR 

wringpr wmsIh i , good 
mnriitiiin. 869. 


CLEARANCE 
Price* Are Siethedl 


Family Tent* 
Pup Tent* 
Cemp Stove* 
Cooler* 

Intulded Jug* 
Lantern* 


RED BRAND CANADA CHOICE 
side* *5c hind* lie, Iroi 

; II) 

rick (ronn 


side* *Sc hind* Sic, Irani* 41c 
pork tide* 43c lb 
Cut, wrapped end quick 


1 C TAYLKR LTD 
7ii7 J«dm»Ni St. 

Sale- Service 

; 383-3281 38.3-2324 


SLEGG BROS LUMBER I TO 
39 5 5 Quadra SI 
47, 7151 


We take trade-ins on 
new or used purchases 


LES PALMER LTD 
714 View 382-2825 


STANDARD FURNITURE 
BARGAIN ANNEX 
753 VIEW ST. 
182-5111 


Just up from Douglas 

Free Parking 
View Parkade 


STEWART and HUDSON 
Building Supply Centre 


"FLAMENCO" 
SAVE! LUXURY SHAG 
180% NYLON CARPET 


CO M P A R E ! 


REPAIRS - PARTS 
SHARPENING f..r ninet 
ENGINES and OUTDOOR 
EQUIPMENT 


T1L1JCUM FURNITURE 
and APPLIANCES 
Tillicum at Craigfinwer 
384 1216 


Galaay 

S lue Gi 
u»t, 


decorator color* 
reen, _ gnld^ Birch, Mo^, 


Red, Green Gold 
mediate delivery Irom etoc.k 
IntUllellon arranged at compell- 
live prical 


PLEASUREREADY 

PACKAGES 


Helping YOU gel lietter 
pictures is our laislness 


THURS . FRI . SAT ONLY 
79, Fort SI - 3S4 1*13 


71 14 F I B E R F O R M , 
sleeper seats mechani¬ 
cal ateenng, loam flota¬ 
tion 85 50 H P Mer¬ 
cury elec atart. Calkins 
F 8. 750 trailer 
Package Price 91795 


71 18' VOYAGER, full top, 
built in tank, mechani¬ 
cal steering, 71 40 H P 
Mercury, Road Runner 
trailer 

Package Price 82777 


Y GO 


TOGtfHE. 

At Victoria Photo Supply Your 
enpotura Kndarolor film prncatted 
lo tparkling JUMBO print* 
only S3.**, only two working 

12 Trihull, like new 8295 
15' CIJNKER built, Im- £*•/__.'? “* 
maculate ciHulition, 40 


used Units 


SIMPSONS-SEARS 


74J FORT 


3a>7IS4. ia> 351J 


With 

road, 


HARVEY SMEATS 


ADMIRAL STEREO 

Headquarters for fine photo Did you ^'‘oSml They . . 
finishing and the superb Ueeulllul end give terrific »ound LMn 

4f,d llie price I* very low tor the Fre*h Picnic Shoulderi 
.. ... auelllv them iu. *1 _r. ,c . » 

MINOLTA SRT-101 


end 

quality See them now at: 

ATLAS STEREO CENTRE 
Simpsons Seals lias 5 photo] ;*4 Fort st 3*5 2713 

ftnuhtnff plans on .11 |».|*ilsr| .^‘YJc^owcVuuipmeni 
sues of Kodacoior film East 


ROBERTS TOP QUALITY EQUIP- 
e r v i c e .Satisfaction men) Clearance on S track 
er encf playback Set rag 


Guaranteed 

388-9111, Isocal 203 


Now S23* 95 

ATLAS STEREO CENTRE 

7*4 Fori Si JS5 27I3 

FAST H XPERT SERVICE 
ALL ELECTRONIC EQUIP* 


70 exposure* .14 4, Jumbo reprint*. BROTHERS 
25c Bring your next procatting 691 


QUIPMENT 

WE HAVE AN OUTSTANDING 
buy on e 7* Zenith color console 
with automatic fine tuning end lint 
control S rhromacolor tm) model 

?t omy SSS0. «l*n 70 B end 
xnilh el 51*9 BUTLER 
" ~~ 1770 Douglas 3S3 


(whole , 


•*t lb 
13. lb 
35c lb 

4*c lb 


TIRE PUMPS 
II the hikes on the 
to house should t>e 
withiKit one $1 95 

de luxe model 93 89 

SPENCER'S STORES LTD 
IllOGuv'lSl "Downtown" 
CENTENNIAL 


li e Skates Sharpened 
IHOMjOW GROUND) 


RECONDITIONED power 
mowers, from 839 95 


Hillside Shopping Cenlru 
382-3331 


12 II 


INDOOR-OUTDOOR 

(AN PET 57 *9 SQ YD 


ride 


Circular and hand saws 
SHARPENED and SOIJl 


2 -Wheel Hi-side GARDEN 
CART 

Reg 839 95 NOW 


PEOPLE S IRADiNG POST 


CARPET REMNANTS 

SAVE 70S, OFF REGI 
Bring in your mee»urement*l W* 
have many remnants In ell types 
and colors of carpet (linoleum 


DOLLARS 


PRICE'S KEY SHOP 
847 Fort St 

384-6221 .384-0631, 


I YEAR OIJ) JARI 
Sickle nmwer 


Freezer Socials 


PUBLIC NOTICE 
THURS - SUNDAY 6PM 


Nuyel Canadian Mini Dollar* 

*alln imad presentation case. Su.._ 

*2 95 (cheque or money order) lo 
SS Beaver' Klwanl* Club, PO 

ifc6F io* o^ 41 molV° r s!'50 B eec?. rd# p?ee*e Inventory must l»e cleared 
BEE B F A ^ T RSJ9s fEND|:R f k c |S K^*\otll£^&r,.ffl ,V,rv “» "»-ke room for the new 

| ( LEARANCE BY CARPET DIS^*' FxamplT' iLtex ' * lB * ha< * 
trihulor ol I00S wool shee carpel ••Hanqile l^ftex 
Roll and* end remnenl* e 
d#c orator color* Reg *13 95 tq 
yd , now only *10 40 »q yd Mr 
6«|| JH6 24SB or S*4 9**l ,v«c 
Cnnlmanlal Horn# Supply. *51 
Johnson 


CHAIN SAWS 
McCulloch Dimitard 


■*m G 0,d range end Irtdge. Deep 
ingli* washer and dryar, 
5penl*h bedroum suite; Stereo *ai. 
Color TV. Motleng blk*. Mdionel 
chesterfield. 

ETC , ETC . ETC . 

2510 Trem-Cenfde Highway 


loo I» 


9235 IM) 


400 Gorge Rd Ee»i 


enade 

S 3*33 

Open Sunday, i 


* P n 


SALE PRI( ES EVERYDA i 


THE POST WITH iHE MOST 


BUDGET Terms Available 
Turn in lo our tree perking lol 
while slumping 
1 Wecinetday* 


COLEMAN 
Lantern, camp atnvea, 

parts and servic e 


KANWD KAMKHA ~ 


J p. chetierlieid »uilet, *129 lo 
*74*. Hide a bed*. *14*. Swivel 
rockery S99. 4 pc oak dining 

suit,. 5239 Duncan Phyle drop 
last extension labia and * ch*i s. 


(loved v 


hack in- 
rarpci 92 19 


HARVEY S 

270* Quadra St 


3*3 3031 


It belter 


II P. Jnhnann Tee Nee 
Trailer, rod holder*. 
Many extraa. 

ONLY 91195 

S a h recraft, fihreglaaa 
hardtop, a i n k , aide 
bunka, 50 H.P. Evtn 
rude, trailer. 

ONLY 81796 


MERCURY OUTBOARDS 
4 h p. to 135 h.p 


MERCURY MARINE 
SAI.ES and SERVICE 
Clnverddic and Oak 
3851457 


TV RENT' 


WHY PAY MORE’ 


Lawn 


CTORIA I 


MILTON 

PHOTO SUPPLIES LTD 
TranyCenede Highway. 
Chamalnuy 

Vancouver Island s Finetl 
Pholu Supply Centre 
Drawer 750 


Summer Spec iai» 

Irom II per munth 

THE BEST TV 
RENTAL SERVICE 
MAiS FURNITURE 
1*21 Cook 3*5 2435 


("hucli steak* 
Front quarters 
Hind quartera 


59c Hi 
49c |h. 
69c II* 


LO-COST 
Small engine repair*, reconditioned 
lawn mowers IM 
i muware, oultoerd* 

SHARPENING 

Reasonable rale* Fret pi 
deliver , 3*4 9079 Jl Riumc 

nue 


diMir-riutdiMtr 

■q yd. 

MANDEL 
INTERIORS LTD. 

3995 Quadra 479-7121 


VICTORIA 
I .AW NMOWER HOSPITAi 
834 Juiinaon 


ICO will cover you. wedding fjffi Jff'f 

living color, dining chair*. *5* lo *119, Chln< 
cepllon 529 56 If, 5159, 4 pc 
I Mill nr •» 'W 


H n m e , church, 
and studio allots 


sts*, _ 

kllchen »e*i 
kitchen vet* 

386-8338 UennlB. KANDID KAMEHA, Pair “l llin hed*. ‘**9. 6aaiy° Km i 

I uic qb*j (|77 1 k,| e bed *119; 3 pc bedroom 

IBM Iftoail, .SH.MffZI. vuilaa, 594 lo *215. Chesty nf 

drawerv, 5^50 lo 5*,. Oak hyhnv 


WALNUT TWIN BEDROUM deevvar. 


BETTER BUY 
EVERYDAY LOW PRICESI 


GFNK.RAl. CHEST 
FREEZERS 


beaulilul 


YEAR END CLEARANCE 
-• ■-- Of all RCA stereos, black while 

Ph 24*-3311 md color TVs Hullevl price* ln|g]) ('uok St 
MAMIVAPLCK - C3J0, 10 Mm' 0 .?;: ^ JM W««.' C* | .I.™|.I| 

lane xxoilant condition 5274 Be- |n B ' 4 * night above 

seler 4SM ehlerger. 7 ten*. *4*2., ^ r vicentre, 3514 Quadra 

Premier pro twin print dryar, *40 | 3*5 *422 

47S-731* I AUTHORIZED PHILIPS DEALER 

TV RENTAL, SALES SERVICE 
ELfeCTRON 

100 W BURNSIDE RD 313 54)3 


AIJiERTA MEAT 
DISTRIBUTORS LTD 

383-3012 


CANON 35MM SLR PLUS! 
Canon lantat and aiiaseorlas 
3*2 9196 


MEAT DEPARTMENT 


FI IINI' 


THE 

>AVE 


MMMMMMMMMM 


IS PLYWOOD HULL, IS l 


"SB 


- BOAT 

AND CAR UPHOLS1_ 

10*12 McDonald Park Rd . *5* 35*1 


See O'u Ad Undf r Mlyc allanenu* 
PANDORA FORNITURF l TO 
NEW AND USED FURfO TORE 
1656 PANDORA AVE 

Wi*Jl» ___ 

KILSHAW'S 
AUmONKERS 
B«iy — Sell — Appraiac 
1115 Fort 384-6441 


built Farropgraphj Hall track 


•#-.... 

ji hmhail qualilv 
view phone 367 9)41 

PORTABLE BLACK 
alevlilon. *70 Also 


LIKE NEW. 

and while lL lelevision, *70 
i nmbinellon iiereo radio, *70 
56*0 


Cut and wrapped tide* 

REE LOCKERS 
Budget term*. 100*. guereniaed 

u. H 0 aiLnr f ' M 


NEAR SEAIS FOR VAN ECONO 
lin« or any olhar. u»ad only 3 
day*, c.a*l uvar 5750 each with seal 
bell*. mu»l be *»kf. offer* 3 lanky 
tur hum* water system, 40 gel 
each, a* new, oiler* Leslie speak 
•r for organ. 6 E portable TV 
wlih stand, good at naw *5* 3707 


Brand new appliance*, furniture. 
TV tlereu carpeting and good 
u»ed trade-in Item* 


8 CU FT 5-year warranty 
on aealed units One year 
partii and aervice. Only 9H>8 


tuila by Malcolm, 
condition. complele 
spring end meltrasse* 5250 S 
piec* oak dining room tulle wltn 
round table end 5 leave*, old 
wooden rocker Oietlerlield tulle*, 
yievs chine, book*, eh eh 
eddy * Furniture, 414 i reigliuwer 
315 5219 


f odai 

1119. 


Tee wagon 


54*. TV*:'... 
Eladrolux vacuum. 559 
more Hern* priced In pi 


NEW AND USED FURN 
1050 Pandora Av« 
36) *319 


BETTER BUY 
HOME FURNISHINGS LTD 
704 View (Downstair* Batamanl) 
Tel 3*5-4345 


RUGS LOOK * NEW ** IT'S SO 
easy with RUG MATE *taln re lt4 cream pop 
moving rug shampoo Rent atec-1 evarvoiw xi o..r 
trie shempooer foT »IZ». plus carMd^aia 
materiel*. Clerk and PeMiton. 7*0 maniIFi ikitFunst i rn 
»•> SI S., w, .d unda, Paint,,, ml n* ,?,, L LTD 

for olhar supplies. wueare 479 7131 


PUBLIC NOTICE 
cream, pop end coffee for 
weekend 


•AICU FT., Only 9218 
Free Delivery 


CONTINENTAL HOME 
SUPPLY LTD 

851 Johnson St 386-2458 


MINERAi MUSEUM' 

Nut quite, lor il t e retail klora HAsbMENT FURNlT 
wtiere there art rock* and initial Nunai suite and hai 
als from around tha wurld. end braided rug* 592 05*3 
browsers ere alwavt welcume 
(Shopper* ere. too for ell rock TAPESTRY 
hobby item*, genuine ilure lewelry. lerlield suite 
jouvenlrt) THE ROCKHOUND wagon 476 41 
SHOP, 650 Tolmla, 366-5341. Clu—• 

Mon . open Fri to * p 


* pm 


Itkf 


USED I V S. 
Used radius 
ears, l) <v 


MI.VU.IANKils 

WANTED 


>62'3444 


365- 


15 GE 
i ondIIIon 5, 
915* 


FOR SALE, 77 FT AUXILIARY 
•all tioal. Fully equipped for 
cruising. 365-5577 between 4 7 p m 

TONY BURTON 
SAILING SCHOOL 


934 FOR 


LUNDS 

AUCTION EE US 

VVE BUY AND APPRAISE 


I TRACK STEREO TAPE OElK 
I home unit, guod condition, 570 or 
nearest utter 315 7077 


HOURIGAN S 

SUPER LUW COST CARPETS AND LINOS LTD 

Canada choice. Canada good, tide* ;, 5 Pandora 36Z 7461 

of baaf 47c lb , hind quarter* 79c Do li vourtelf Armstrong thag 
lb., front quarlart. 47c lb 351b. <« r P«' '•» *6*5 NOW SS.95 

meat Iraaiar pack, *33 N. 4 »q. ft. package 

*99 Esquimau Rd 352 BI9* j 

BLUEBERRIES 


TH 


477-6331 


* 131 


beam, round chin 
Offer* fa *374 SSI- 
MUST SELL II' GLEN L 

5SU". 


I* PORTABLE 

ICHtsTinneiD su.ie, V,*""' , ' 0 *' 

master bedroom suit*, single tied 

and dratstr. sludanl s desk n. i 71” PHILIPS I V OOOD SHAPE 
| tall today, open lo eflart J*3 2*47 Phone 345*27* 

or 5*7 414* 


Corn 

N*w* tpuds 10 lb 
Tomatoes 
MetllcK't Fern 
5375 Cordova Bay 


, 7*c 


USED KNITTING MACHINES 
_ used knitting machine* priced 
575 lo 59$ Brother*, Knit King and 
Sewing Centra. 

r 3*6 71*6 


Pastap Sawyer 
•40 Fort. 366 *791 

MISTINT SPECIAL! 
99c Ql . S3 95 Gal 
ill l S PAINT SAL - 


FIBREGLASS. OPEN. «'|of~.--— (ApE ()fi( 

ft'ii *■ PORTABl E bars AHBo 47S *)4» altar Ip.. 

I-7943 or I97-V740. i r) | C (0 p wi) | |„ ( j„,|, 1( | e- j |or 

MUST SELL IS' 6LEN-L RUNA- oY J*** d f!! i w * r *A l ^ WORKING WEI l 

- ‘ •- —- offer.! j° “Yvn. 575 down. $10 a month. 


RASPBERRIES, PICK YOUR i|/i Dm-ula* 
own, 30c poond Saturday only |4 
lie Id* retied 4 days, good pukinu MEN S NEW 
•ttorad, come early Johnstone, camel coal tlie 
Slyan Rd oil Central Saanich b4 
Tar 


El 


and trailer 


, *35 36* <710 


ALL BAY MARINA 
Harbour Rd 454-1147 

r authorUid Evlnruda dealer 


471. 

WANTED: TRAILER FOR 20 
beal^^approxlmalely 2300 pound*. 

1919 


W4l 


*59 EVINRUOE IS H P GOOD 
ondttlon, never been In tell 
r#»*r *1*5 477 1035 


WITH S 


Ml. 


CLEAN'NG 

Upftoltlered rumiiure and carpal* 
cleaned and damuthad, your home 
For Free Estimate* .tall 3*2 5537 
An bastador Horn* Service 


EAR OLD. 

anner end Kaeflng 
FIRS? SHOP AT "THE WAREHOUSE 
WIioieMie Food Distributor i, « 
songhae* Rd . Hrtl turn let) 10 
n oati inr Johnson SI Bridge 
Open daily, * lo *; Sal ill 4 p.m 


waitl, 


343-4417 

CLOTHING 

eyV. **1**34 li 


GIRLS BICYCLE SI0, GALVAN 
lied hoi water tank et naw 510. 
jollet and lank jio, tmaii ilumln 


i- — — ■- x ,_, Alumin¬ 

ium car rack I), two burner oil 
tlova for camping 14. 363 4414, 330 
Niagara 


SEWING MACHINE SALE 
machine* hay. nne year 
linen farm* Price* start el 

AV*? 174 Eledrir portable* tlraighl 
tew and ilq iaq, consol* model* 
and Irtc irm» Singer Elna 
Nerrhl. Piedmont. Kenmore and 
many more Sawyer Sewing 
Canlra. 540 Fort. MS «7iS 


SALES--SERVICE RE N I ALS 

KENTS LTD 
’ *3 7104. 


743 FORI 


364 141) 


Mon 


ABC ELECTRIC 363-7231 
Naw and rebuilt appliance*. 
Vacuum cleaner*, polishers. *t, 
Ona-yaar warranty Good selection. 
Reasonable price* I7T Fori 


HDEX 

lilini 


•tack control and _ .. _ 

Fireproof tala tile* Ramcu Office 
Sytlamt, 1113 Govarnment St , MS- 
4/94 


ONE GOLDEN CHARM BRACE 
uanlt 30- I4K guld, with una coin ol • 70 
176 Ontario * A(,r|1 « u, d pi«‘* ut Kaltar Wlltialm 
M H Year IvOI, 1500 Vkloria Pre**, 

Box 146 

SMAl L AIR COMPRESSOR AND 

»»-r*y gun 5*0. labl* tew 54| EXCELLENT CHOICE 
Ap^(]^ Canada Ari*. 1732 Dougla*. frlpar^aloi s injludlni 


GOOD VALUE MOVED 


lOVE p 

. - -a bad. dark 

brown, comfortable end long wear 
Ing malarial 4 year* old. 1130. 4 
dining chair* white with gold fleck. 
110; hall runner. 10 II by 2"a ft , 
rad and gold, 510, vinyl chair, 
lurquui**, 510. J assorted new 
lamp shades, S3 50 each 5*7-0102 


JS 


FAMILY 

-- Shaphard 

Centre. 560 Fori SI 
daily Coma and see 


SHOPPING 
Friendship 
New stock 


WALNUI ARBORITE lABit, « 
chair*, good. SSS Viking portabl* 
Mwlng machine. 545 Chrome 
bread box. Fuller dry mop 2 l«wn 
chairs wide hopsack rumpus 
drape*, cane sealed bench and 
Heavy plastic floor runner 


sun 1 4 ( 


I HE 


477 <505 


SALVATION ARMY 
need* your re tjiaeMe 
furniture end household 
goo.'* In astlsl tliosn In need 
Family I hr ill Store* Vlcioile 
Sidney and Langluru For pl.kup 
call 36* 3794 


SELL TODAY 

Chesterfield tulle dmeri* tulle 
double bed. dr a star 2 fool 
*lciol*. floor lamp*. TV wicker 
chair, glassware, rug thaini 
kitchenware 36< 0950, “ 

tlenc* 


rnpou. 

Con 


KILSHAW'S 
Alien ION KKHS 
Buy - ^ell ApprBisp 
1115 Fori 284-1)111 


WET SUIT. MENS, 
Ilka new Baby stroll 
362 304V. alter t p 


MED 

liar. 


BUNK beds. matching 

che*f. wa&hei dryer, tlov*. fridge, 
rerpet*. maple 3 way color combi 
nation, remote control* Smith 
Coruna elec frit standard lyoewrll 
er Miscellaneous items 364 7452 


MODERN < HESTERFlEL D AND 
1 hair in reasonably clean condi 
lion, up lo 560 Also (ridge, up lo 
*30 and 7) eledrii rang* quirk 
dei i.iuns 3b4 7827 or 477 4467 


L I G HTWEIGHT ADJUSTABLE usEO i AR(,F n*pn 
melal irylthes Excellent 


I IGh I 


Inperaloiy including 14 cJ ALL 
REFRIGERATOR el new low price UNITED 
91 534* 95 BUTLER^BROTHERS, fran.ed i 


I.UNDS 

AI '< TIONI KKH 

APPRAISE AND BUY FOR l A bit 
92* FORT 366 1VI8 


• INETTE 


, ,, , T c coitcc ,iril ,urn *•£* leaf pasi 

Johnson SI Brldae Price* e/lec 
Nalnul color oval labia live Thurs Fr Sal Open fo Tha 
.l^ck^alharaM* swlvai jujJkThfljf^* • m Jo * p m Open Lo „ 

^ |Ofl 


MOVIE PROJECTOR, TWO CAM “ijo rjouplas 
•rat. two tripods l iar light lent uou »'« 
allachmanli Child s rocker, three LANGFORD TRADING POST 
sulls. sue Ji Phone M4-3644 5*5 STATION AVEI " 

Home furnishing*. 


Ilka naw Walnul 
and four black ... 
chairs Cost 6375. 

Phone 364 4771 

MOVING EAST MUST SELL. S?' 1 . , jf'V/vJ^iKSa tfiuV 

modern Prolal living room suite, 'll V' IV. *' ,, h ix awar’ 

blark rnrkrr rerllner, I buraau ft VJIJ^FI 

and black Iwar rug 3*5 966< ps H s'. 47cAalwoll Tuna Flakes. 7 Dun. 

Canada Choice, Lean 77*7 


f firm 

JR™ 


BOA 


BUY YOUR FURNITURE. Im*. -- 

household goods, pictures, tools, Rm nd sl«4k o 
•li Best cash prices M4 0442 Ready Turkeys, Utility Ih »c, 

Ready Inf." Hams. • .kmned 

AND WANTED BEDROOM SUITE <5<, Wieners. No I Qualify, doi 
0*0 With Iwin bads, also desk with 39c 
MOTOR AND ] iou m,40n 

CHESTEPFIELO AND CHAIR 
I food condition, S3S M 6-1 
AF KON AI TK AI I 54/5. offer 5 30 


AT 

476-71 


Bit t.KOC!FHIK8, MI AI 

THE WAREHOUSE WHOLESALE Fr „„ , v „ | lulls. HIS » Ptan. JS4 SI4, SU STATION AVENUE 

OLYMPIC TYPEWRITER «Pi I (12?. "Wj.. 

Open Dally I ,m l.R cm ) <1.1 u»k lypa. Illf Apply CsnlA ! “ 5 

rucp£|cc Arts, 1737 Oouglot. between 

r w w ... , -9 Pm Open Lots and lots o cherries of ,OI;,n APARTMENT SUE. ELECTRIC 

oilers Saturday Ifll * pm we reserve saanirhOrrherds oil Slelivs x tlnve, S/5 Seel from '49 Fargo 

•he right lo llmlf quantities Max Rd *S7 3069 sieiiy a * j.nooR FRIDGE, AUTOMATIC Wltman HIM Perl* from '55 

House Inslant Cnffaa. Large washer, sjova; air la’ hlcyrla. TV AAatanr.Ttrans . rad. grill. 

FRESH LOGANBERRIES anfanna. ID' pool, single bad. 6- f >ld. carb , offers 16' punl 

PICKED DAILY drawer rhesl 47* 4774 364 7103 

Pkgs ,.47c. |alwell TynaFlekft.) Du»* an* *1 rentr*nade #t M wT' h 7 46 n 8gPRlOERATOR ■ RENT WASHER-DRYER 

lakes Ml im 

I HOTHOUSE TOMATOES 
7 IlM 75c 
402) Holland Ava 


TAILS 
antique mirror 
paintings Private 16* 


SQUARE DEAL BUYb 
‘ upper. Brest, Mediators 
Bullies end Jars bouqhl 
343 122) 1124 •qilslde 1*3 


SPOT CASH 
For good lurnlture-appliencee 
HTURE 365 9 


9021 

U 


SPRING HORSE. *13; CHROME 
lebla, 4 chairs. SM; 9x13 lent. 54fl, 
hast of drawers. 114; camp 


lomei 

_ mli. 

Bougies, 3*3 *911 


s-7MI. M4 


STINSON VOYAGER CPLVE 
Metal wings fabric tutelage, radio, 
racanfly rebuilt SSloe 479-MV1. 


FIELD SUITE, TV-I 


•PORTINn OOOiMI 

SCUBA COUEIE 

Nation* I Asm* 
Intlruc lort. 


elation of Undarwalar 1.....^.- 
Phono Dan e Diving Dan, M17711 
ORRO GOLF 


CHESTERPI . . 

radio-record combination *«I3 rug 
Ml-4371 


TORRO GOLF MASTER ELEC 
irlc golf carl New bafltrlet, 'iSPi,!* 1 
wlndeWeld^^nd canopy Top shape, 


XSL w 

naw, IN). 477-1693. 

NEAR-NEW FURNITURE LIV 
ing. dining and bedr nm suites. Ex 
rellenl condition 364-7174. 
BEDROOM^SUITE, 


VICTORIA BAKERY 
15 IxiaveR fur 8'i 15 
NEW 

I/>rally made 
frozen “BREAD-O’’ 

Duke your own 
5 loaves for 89c 
822 Yales 382(7221 


CHERRIES AND TRANSPARENT I tlova, **” J92 750* 1 
•ppiat Pick your own *56 5374 AlCO LAWI 

YOL^R OWN. good condition 645 


c cS*, , :iEV»wx owi 

GOLDEN PLUME, 2 LRS. 


OT * TO JU ’ 1 


T OMATOES-PICKLING, CAN 
nlng and ealing. 16c up Patricia 
fay fifr~ — 

&rlfl 


Farms, corner E*sl Saanich 


MIH4H,fANK)!» 
FOB HALF; 


TWO ANTIQUE KOKEN BARBER 
chairs in axcalianf condition Col 


STAGE DOUBLE H04j 
tiaoa, 

tacn. 


suite, cash 


afi^Sl > ' m - 1476-1< 

5 6160 TAPE4TRV COLONIAL CHB6- 
ferfield su)ie 4/6 4196 


SINGLE . 

regulator. Double 
hoe* regulator. 644 

6CURA TANK AND REGULATOR 1 lu,,# 

sale now on DOUBLE BED WITH 

6oibo 6hop 632 Pltgard i board, good condition 4/7-61 


F 


Happy Valli 


THER 




WESTERN MEATS 
nor Meal Specially*" 

‘ (lay Road 

vas. 4/6-36361Cl-,.— 

»ad, 4JM block 


chairs in excall; 

kz'MP 


your rumpus bar! 




WeM Road, 

RED CURRANTS, PICK OWN 
Marions Bluebarriat Order* 


ONE USED CURTIS AIR COM 

set JL'tSnusP ' 1 


taken 1 475 Benvenula. 


CHESTERFIELD AND CHAIR, 
good condlllon, 635; TV. oNars. 
193-4474. 


OR Ol- 


twin I 


viuerx, elactric oianxe?; i 
tpraaas Bargain 6*6-4167 

UT OFFICE DESK M"X47" 
' ible. Hollywooc 


WALNUT OFFIC 

ErawF* 

w 0L fj , j8 

6*3 26M 


ROYAL BLUE ACRYLAN RUG, 
6’xl2', 5440 300 Windermere Plata 


WORKING ORDER, OLDER PRl- 
gldalra. 520 162 4496 
R E FR I G E R ATOR - WEST 
Inghout*. f cubic ftal, 546 Mf 72/4. 
KOHLER POWER PLANT 


SJ9 51 

£? 


windows, complele with Ireme end 
nil. mahogany .loui glass leaded 
EMBL EM l 14 " 1 t,,n ! r : Uo0f Ireme. 2 new 
forge oil gfjft door ‘' 

_ VIKING RA74GE 214V, *150 VIK 

BASEMENT SALE EVERY AM mu nidge. IlM Houv*) wathe. 
title Nom A-Z Phone anytime, spin dryer, *100 Tecomesler. II 
44A-H92 rolery nutwar, 535 Hand reel ROYAL*FURNli 

mower, 510 *!• 59*0 

RED VELVET COAT, SIZE 12 , 530 Dn . VKT|1V1 Ckl . , .. GENTS DIAMOND RING 

or offers Excellent condition fil 1 . XfJ M .T. L ^ MU LCH FILM, type selling Om stone only 

5jM71 SVifffc.'iR'•xid.^o'T 0 T,pm 

HOT HOUSE TOMATOES J LBS fir/ sloi'nSii m ' AL PLAS ' ,f| ' 1/ A ^ N *mk? REL HIda away T * hid 
Si Farmer'* Market friend, r„i I LTD • J,n » nou< »'« mjm ea Hideaway hod 

GfeSTETNER »** FULLY AUTO * 

TOILET ANO lA/ACM RAfiix mallr dnnlirelor with cahmal and GOOCABOOKS Ai WAYS BOUGHT 

« W4! irS- ‘s uw,,*.*- ... . 

BROTHERS. 1710 ......... .. amp B,,Y YOUR FURNITURE 

hnilLahnlH gnodt. PhlUIC- lOOlt, 

•sh prf “ 

354 34** 

AWNINGS PATIO 

't 

Aluminum ,n-!U) „.||. r r.m ,| oni 


."fit 


LECTRIC HOSTESS 


I-'ED CHESTERFIELOI 
JV 50 Usad washers Irom 


WAGON * BURNER fOLFMAN 
and plate l,nv * »f«rwl III complete In- 
pie e ^ 1(l4 | #d molar, tlie 37x14x22. 515 


i nrlre* 166 6462 


HUDSON’S TAPE CENTRE 
Philip* AC-DC ceseelfe recorder 
549 *5 with 6 free I hour cai “ 

543 Fort at Pandora 


GAS STOVE. FRIDGE. WASHER. 
'MfiL’lL. chastarllald suite, sleeping bags, 
362 0*73 miscellanaout 5911707 


WE6TINOHOU6E STOVE 
fridge Good condlllon IN 
both or beat offer. 364-6604. 


GRANDFATHER CLOCK. 6’ 

mdXSSP mm - 


DELUXE MODEL 


___ _ -L, MOFFAT M’’ 

•lactrlc atova. Killy automatic, 
fluorescent and rotlsseri*. 364 7637 


TOURIST TENT, *X!», 

pole, -- - 

3157 

Cartop carrier, 13 cu. 

M3 1666 


ROLL UP 

Sr'* 


IS’XIS' TENT WITH 
used once, with covered 
trailer, 5775 Ti * ' 

•*1 5449 


Ol () OPERA RECORDS, ANY 
KITCHEN S’V a r, lb Gibson, Robarll Creek 
rxd ulifHv P 0 ' 8 C 
i, 1170 


mitcelleneout 

HUB FURNITURE 
Buy and toll good usad furniture 
/II Johnson 364 6475 


PIEDMONT 
machine, 
lion, 
ments. 


STUDENT WANTS BROKEN OR 
working televisions, haul 
366-0710 


MONT PORTABLE SEWING ,rM 16*0710 

WTIh'butlomholar and^altaxiv ? 4 f T ALUMINUM EXTENSION 
», iMtch ladder. Reasonable Phone M4 


CONCRETE LAUNDRY TUBS; 
oil lieeler end luel Tank; aiacfrk 
stow* and B flit clarinet 6*3 4465. 


ALF BECKER AND SONS 

L *^*W l l5r , Ztfl!8lLfej’*l 4s* wise 

7*61 Tillicum “• • • 


VOLKSWAGEN CAMPER OR 
Boier trailer Cash lor sensible 
—•64N| PflC * 

>. BEn . _ WANTED. SMALL ELECTRIC 

Ijf-r. .l.ctrlc 
>ood working order S4S0 or 

lifer 364 1731 j ET fFR PRESS EQUIPMENT, 

UTILITY TRAILER 4X30. SUIT ®. AJ.Tm-C 
•ble lor workshop on construction ’*»*■ c»'rwi, arc araurt 

or parmenenl canip S500 or WANTED ROTARY BARBEQlJE 
nearast oil at 475 1006 and Irud jars for prasarvat Phone 

593-1571) 


i‘cA.% W, 


STROLL R-CRIB 
lege, high chan 

car seel 


ALL BABE’S HONEY <S PURE, 
organic, and not patlaurlted 


M7 4 f /*4 

EMAN ICEBOX, 
. i.narciai ** 
1166 Phona 1*4 


BABY CAR 

2 " ‘ M > n H t F R I G E h A T O R S 

Good condition Irnerart bought 304 /513. 

iTc p.- 


fom.nerr lal ^jjollsher scrubber sc hcwl bio 


student, raasor 


Jtt 


J 


^The Daily Crossword Pi 



*4 l . 

Suffix 
36 Porlabla 

II Moilon'atctura: 
Informal 

" c *id n 

3 words 

44 Unlfa of 
raiuefance 

45 Naxf In lime 

46 Task perfoim- 
Ing group 

47 Sudoan 


Fraa ol 
suparfluity 
si LinatX units 
54 Yearn 
M Small flap on 
• garment 

40 Tender 

41 Duka Elimglon 


41 Duke 

hJfT7 L_, 

63 Study hard 
conslanlly; 
British 

64 Soap plant 
*5 Sole 

66 Heeling 
apparatus 
6/ Jahnnyi" 

*• Matures 
6* Former Korear 
ttalasman 


DOWN 

I Frank 
Hollywood * 
7 blares el 
J c rostwlse 


By R. A. POWER 



MIH< 'M.I.A.NKOIH 
WANTEI3 


MUST BE REASONABLE MOV 
ing to condominium Two old pen 
sionars sterling - 


•inner* slerllng again Grandma 
needs second-hand drafting labia, 
• heir end good light Could usa an 
eesal Grampa rafinishet furniture 
Needs wall-i 1 
art Bediren 


nlshet 

.. bedroom draw- 

rame on casters lor 7 sin 
1 pood mattress and 1 
bed Have to swap or 

■'wia r'“ 


_ . 7 brush floor pol¬ 
isher. black fur coat end fishing 
leckla Indian portraits. 656-1960. 


ATTENTION LADIES! 

Eldon Chapman of the New Pelnl 
Factory el SIDNEY PAINT SUP 
Pi Y LTD 9756 Third St . across 


in dire” need ol ~ usad ‘DM 
STOCKINGS, which era used for 


OUR OFFER I 
•ring us 3 pairs of used nylons and 
wa ll give you FREE, ) pair of 
NEW NYl ON5 In your slial 


l ASM 
musical 
BUY , 


■umanlt, cameras. 
WEAPONS. INSTww 
, lor READY CASH 


MENTS, ate 


R-J TRADING CENTRE 
OPPOSITE Pal Sltop 
61/ Johnson Sf. Till. 34 

-WANTED 
jold 

. gists, ate 

—_ or houstlu w 

ALADDIN S COTTAGE 
1*5/ Island Highway 

10:00 a - *-••*«- 


nk V 
LTD 
476 6043 


> MONDAYS 

WANTED 
lined car halt men, 

BOi: each 

Indualrial Iron and Metal 
383 Ty«e J84-h922 

ABE! 


No I 


IEL TRADING CO. 
477 JOHN ST 

33t Brai 


Me 


■•Marla* 10 6k r Rads 23c. Bear 
bolllas 35c dor Wt buy and sail 
local win* bodies 477 John SI M6- 
*541 


130 liAHIIKN HI 1*5*11 ES 


Plowing, Hutu vat Ing 
and 4 'ultivuting 


Fire heierd lots cut, rotovete, 
plow, level, brush culling, post 
479*1*544 CU<I rik,ct and baled 


GORDON S TRACTOR SERVICE 
cut, rake nnd bale hay, rolo- 
vela, culllvala, lavaf, 


- z . - _.al, pic_. ...... 

po»I hoHs. top sbil. fill, manure 
*53 375*. 


COOPER'S TRACTOR SERVICE 
Gardens, yards Iraclor. roloveled. 
plowed, (ultiveted end levelled 
Mowing. 362-931*. 


i’JB 


MA) 

So!" 

34*3. 

•OG 


id-, 


ck 


BLA 

Gerr 

Lovs 

7553 


GOII 

sz 


CENTRAL SAANICH TRACTOR 


Rolovela. plow,"’cult., iavai, ate. 

Loader end haying *53 3306 


TE/y 

requ 

neul 

upks 


Meeds, Hulha, Planla, 
Ireea, Hhrulis 


TWC 

Sian 

Cha 

eftei 


BULB SALE 
ulips. crocus, ininomis. 
irashiat, preseason tala All Vi 
pries lo clear 653-316* 

SALE, TUBEROUS 


SALE, TUBEROUS BEGONIAS. 

r.5iB«,*'S,. 4 iir ini ' “ £ * 

Top gull. Hocks and PM 


BUf 

axes 

525 


SAA 

tars 

mal 


Kiiu: kir hoc; KUKL 

For gardens. Mil etc Bstwsan 
4Jll_ ind._4137 ^Gieyord Avsnus 


EXi 
I dug 
Mil 


Help yourself 

JthAl.I.Y HOOD TOP 
SOIL CONTACT LAYPITZ 
NURSERIES, 384-6963 


ORGANICALLY FERTILIZED 
livsrad 4 


sandy loam top soli. del...,„ . 

Kg*.A!|i,7 r |, '‘- k “» 

jO..1 TOP SOIL, 

Tucking 


Lid 366-3414 


CASH PAID FOR 
fimara* 

Protectors 
Deikroom supplies 

(IMS Broad SI 


PETS ANI) Ml PPI.IEK 

QUALITY MINIATURE 

flat 6 

r ,r 


p ips from ”»40'on w malas P0 Rsg L 'd 
iadooed vaccinated, af- •* a 


*6333 


— ._——•>. ly-monlii 
L'v*|y malt puodls pal 535 Ihih 
T/u male pups For slud sarvlca, 
small loy puodls. mlnlalur* In 
various colors also boxer end 
imported Shlh Tiu Clipping ami 
•"’“'I breed boarding 
MPAtjO KENNE 


.. -Jdias — Reasonable charge* 

Complele U S Car we pay 55 00 
No I Capper Wire J6< <er reds 
up lo ]6c Sellerlos 7S< each. 

MORRIS GREENE INDSUTRIE: DOGS BOARDED 
1137 Store St MS 970J 1 ellanlion given h 

SPANISH LANGUAGE RECORDS ^faler elwey* V " 
preferably llnguaphone 366-038' *■ • 


_LS REG’D 


*DED PERSONAL 
?•* Good | 1 
llvidual dials Fresh i 
available Du m r<< 


MUM El l.ANE41I 8 
TO BENT 


RENT TO OWN 

New sawing machine. *5 weakly. 

1 lTw°W SEWING CENTRES 
•40 Fori SI 366-4226 


lift 


8\\ APB 


J*#<5 Al An Kannals Registered 


Anderson. Munn 


MINIATURE AND TOY POODLE 


- farms ... 

R«r month, stud service available 
743-34*3. Duncan. 


”Q” KENNEl S 

F o r marly Quendelle Kennels. 1 1 
boarding tor ell pals Wa al.vo 
heva families wanting ybur pup-1, 


pies and kittens 


TWO LOTS ON LOVE L Y I SIX-WEEK-OLD PUPPIES GOOD 
bevery Island one waterIronl MothVs* iluefic *HounJ 1 * David 
Owner will consider trading •uw'v 1 Nelson »U' Smith 1 Road D PoH 
lor fibreglass selling ui molur' Sflt'irni 73 * na* Porl 

Boei suitable lor lake use " arnl ni l38> 

BILL PALFREY )8< 8D0I REGlST L RED GERMAN SHEP 

Broadview Propeiliet lid line) puns tilad end Ian. excel 

,AR TRAILER, or al A DOWN «J,y.n. r '' i & rn,l i l ,ouk'" l Wn™IS 

77/6 LAB CROSS MALE. SPANlEi 

TRADE OR IXLL.MY EOUITV f E" 1 ',.,’.'#) 

geese goal 


a;' 


. ini • purei 

noei JS2 lino0 ||, lialr ducks. 

end sheep 478 2397 

J?, 7 , R u n m. . G .°^u M 1 N 1 A T u R E STUMP TAIL ' 
•'•Iftr hiilch for 1 lr # iliar n^ilih 1° lit rhimpaniae Roetonable In good 
*4 Ford 478 1825 horns (Cage imludad) 383 1 873 

TRADE MY l*$4 HILLMAN FOR | • M * r * 


5'j to 7'i h.P Johnson or Evlnruds rw ° uuDGIES AND CAGE. 53 
outboard motor 384-9494 Samoytd 3 ysar old spaysd Is 

TRADE 195V TRIUMPH *50 "'•'• DO 478 5/75 


lafor. etc , 

ENTERPRIZE COMBINATION 
id oil range lor smell u* 
Phone 383 4915 or 364 7*94 


months old 476 1754. any 


Pekingese Cobble Hill, 


111 


AM It/I I S 


ONI A I 
i lered. / 
<7b 5/04 


K1I.SI1AWS 

Buy l.tr CttBh 'adorable poodle puppies, 
Appraise lor all |ju.|.om ; . bUtk 00 P,Mr ‘ 150 

1115 Foil 384-6441 purebred registered 

1 female Maltese pups. 10 weeks 


<AMEO BALKED SETTEE WITH Sld^ Phone jKu*? 
original horse hair covering Also 0,a Knon * ** 
round table which has baan cut {barkers PET shi 


down 
47* 49 


4*16 


hi*h has bean ml BARKERS PET SHOP AND PET 
oilers accepted Beauty Parlour. *15 Yales 
| Phone 366-0617 

TOP CASH PRICES FOR pLI 
• nine, gless. silver, palnllngi , 
lurnllure. iswelry B f_ Indian | 


Hem«, ah BYGONE S 
TIQUES, 1034 Fori 163*025. 

AN TIQUF WRITING DESK; 
pood condition 61 Mi. Victorian 
C nlfleuse 51 (5 59/ )4II or 3«i 3inl 

IM t.AHItl N HUPFUM 


Sfc ALPOINT SIAMESE CAT FE 
male. |bj years, excellent dltposl 
tlon. Ill) 4/9 5*04 


PURtBRFD MINIATURF I QMQ 
heir Darhshund lemele IS months, 


3 YEAR HI AfK AND TAN MALE 
cougar hound Had shots Hunted 
Offers 453 3370 


' 


QUINE A PIGS. 

354 691* 


ORGANICALLY FERTILIZED 
sandy loam lop soil, delivered 4 
yards, 516, or you pick up. Alto 
bags 476-41*4 


CHICKEN MANURE WITH 
' delivered or you pick up. 


xsSuripL* w _ 

MANURE "JFITH 


REGISTERED SCOTCH COLLIE 
it 2 months old, thole. 47* 6i70 
PUREBRED BOtTON^TER 


CHICKEN ..... 

wiiygk 

Piuwlai, ttulcn isUiig 

•nd OulUvnUng 


|gUlRJ*ELS FOR SALE. PHONl 
(MAN SHEPHERD ANO LAI 


DON’S 

Rntovate, 
wder and 


TRACTOR SERVICE 
plow, cultivate, mow, 
Truck, bled* 417 3*13 


ANYONE SEEN GEORGE? SEI 
Dog Show in coming gvenls 
1HOCOLATE 
ilttai " 


kltiansTli* 477-9T4* NT 


YOUNG^B^U DG i E S FOR SALI 
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CEIXANBOCS 

DK HA IK 


EDWARD'S 

iW RUGS 
IR SAMPLES 

a rug tZhrinigar) 
le {299.00 

(, polyester, brick 

$99 00 

11 o n loop, roup 

$58.88 

se hooked, gold or 


m M1HTEM.ANF.Oril 

FOR HAI.K > 

i --'- 

CLEARANCE OF 
USED FURNITURE ANT 
APPLIANCES 

l Kelvinator refrigerator, 
apt. si/e $79.95 

30 cu. ft free Mr 9125.00 


dard 


E BEDSTEADS 
gold trim $35 00 


One hide-a-bed, 
condition , 
choir 


excellent 
matching 
9138 50 


•i-piece chesterfield 130 00 
Eaey wringer washer, excel- 

MH 


ns M lout condition 

white nylon, 

949 88 


1 only, slightly used de luxe 
Maytag clothes dryer in 
wado. 


avocado. llOv apt. model, 
plug In anywhere. No 
wiring neceaaary $139.95 


1 only, Slmplioity twin tub 
P ,ov - W* Mi washer in Harveit Gold. A 


I ispindle) 


$30.00 

$46.00 


spring and mat- 
$60 95 

US EH TVs 
(triable $50 00 

lledrohome, French 
ncial style 9189 (H) 

’ANtXIRA AVE. 

133 I-ocal 216, 319 

X X XXX X X X 

EATON'S 

WAREHOUSE 

STORE 

749 VIEW ST. 

member You Can 
Budget Charge 
Through Our 
Homer's Accounts 
ffice, 3rd Floor 

xxxxxxxx 

7 MEN’S SUITS 
OR 

Y)-ORDJ NATES 
*s 35r50 collectively 
Now $59.50 

ilS PAI.MER LTD 
ew 382-2925 

si up from Douglas 

Free Parking 
View Parkade 

CO M P A R E I 

JCUM FURNITURE 
n.i APPLIANt BS 
icum at Craigdower 
384 1216 

ude Shopping Centra 
383-3331 


great buy at $139.95. 

30” MeClary electric, range. 
Only $49 95 

MAIS FURNITURE 
1821 Cook 385-2436, 


THE TRADERS 
i DOWNTOWN STORE I 

USED SPECIALS 

-L • r s a iilactlon rhaalarfiaid 
auliaa In all ityias, aa low 
•» 449 95 

-Occaalonsl chair* at low at ti 94 
-Fridge* atarlins at 539 9* 

Rang#* aa low at to 91 

Rad lounea 574 95 

Chatt of drawer* at low at 124 95 

E *»V " r *ngar waahar 
with tlmar ana pump 
ONLY 14*91 

THE TRADERS 
845 Yates 388-6018 


GOOD SELECTION 
timid Used TV, from $34 95 
Clean Fridges, from $29 95 

ROYAL FURNITURE 
AND APPLIANCES 
"The Height Red 
Warehouse” 

733 Johnson 388-9021 


STEWART and HUDSON 
Building Supply Centre 

"FLAMENCO” 
SAVE! LUXURY SHAD 
100% NYLON CARPET 


2PLE S t RAPING POST 

rang* and trmgt. Deep 
Ingli* waahar and dryar, 
li badroom *uil*. St#r«o mi. 
TV. Mutfang Olka, tadional 
llf Id. 

ETC . ETC . fc TC . 

D Trara-Canada Highway 
471 833 

Opan Sunday, li pm 
POST With THE MOST 


KAN DID RAM ERA - 
«ill cover your wedding 
teauiiful living color, 
n e , church, rei'epiion 
aludio shots Don or 
Us. KANDII) K AM ERA, 
Broad, 383-0721. 

HIT TWIN BEDROOM 
by Maltulm. In haaulilul 
inn, coinplata with box 
4 and mallratMt S7M 6 
oak dining room tulle with 
I labia and 5 l*av«*. old 
•n rockar Thatlarliald tulle*. 

china, book*, ate ah 
» Furnltura, 414 i ralglluwar 
(19 

MINEMAl MUSEUM? 

4uita. lor II * a ralail tlor* 

» lhara are rock* and miner- 
hum around Iha world, and 
»«r» ara alwayt welcome 
upara ara. loo for all rock 
y lamt, aanuina tlura jewelry, 
•nira) Till ROCKHoUND 
P, ISO Join,la, 3MS34I Cloaad 
. opan Erl to * p m 


ALES SERVICE RE N IALS 
KENTS LTC 


Galaxy of dacorator color* 

Blue Green. gold, Birch. Mou, 
Rutt Rad. Green Gold 
Immediate delivery from tlork 
Inatallallon arranged at compafl- 
Mva price I 

INDOOR-OUTDOOR 

( ARPE T U tv SQ VO 
13 If wide - t color* 

CARPET REMNANTS 

SAVE 20S Qf-F REGI 
Bring in your m#*»uramanttl Wa 
inva many ramnanl* In all type* 
and colora of carpal (linoleum 
1 tooli 

I / XI lo 5.30 MON SAT 

STEWART and HUDSON 

400 Gorge Rd Eatl 344 1211 


LNUI AR BOR I I fc I ABl fc. * 
if*, good. fSS, Viking portable 
Ing machine. Hi Chroma 
ad box. Fuller dry mop 2 lawn 
In wide hoptark rumput 
Pet. can# taalad bench and 
h Heavy plastic floor runner 

SELL TODAY 

tiler field lulta. Binatla tulle 
(bla bad. d r « i * • r | fool 
alt. floor lempt. TV wlikar 
Ilf. glattwara. iug thaini 
chanwara Jac 0940, 

IK* 

U if K BEDS, MA Kill Nti 
rtl, wathai, dryer, tfova. fridge, 
uelt, maple 3 way color combi 
..on, remote control* Smith 
fun* electric tlandeed typewrit 
144 7442 


rnpoo. 


SALE PRIC ES EVbR YDA i 

i pc cn*tf#rheld tulle*. SI29 to 
(759, Hide a bedt. 1149. Sw.val 
i ockart 199. 4 pc oak dining 
wilt, 12JV. Duncan Phyla drop 
leaf •« lent ion table and 4 chalrt, 
4249i Round rock maple axlantion 
(able and 4 chair*. I3S9. Safi of 4 
dining chair*. SS9 to S) 19. China 
cablnal* 449 to 4149. Bull, u 
429 50 lo 4159, S pc kllchan **t» 
4l? 50 In 444. 7 pc kitchen tali 
445 lo 499. 9* 12 iug* 449 lo 4'9 
pair ol twin bed*. 489. Seely Kim, 
tua bad. 4119, 3 pc badroom 

»ull*a, 494 lo S2I4, (hatlt of 

drawer* 412 SO In 464. Oak hy h. . 
>li utter. 419. Tea wagun 479. 

Cedar , hatl 4S9, TV* 459 Am 
4119, Electrolux vacuum, 459 And 
many more ilamt pricad In urn 

PANDORA FURNITURE l Ip 
NEW AMD USED FURNITURE 
1050 Pandora Ava 
343 4219 


BASEMENT FURNITURE SET 
liunal tuila and > hair 3 u . « , 
braldad rug* 592 0592 

.~r»ESTRY COLONIAL CHiS 
farfiald tuile 1959 Triumph tlailr.n 
wagon 471-4195 

103 MIHOKIJANKOI'H 
WAN! M» 

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FAM LY IRAD NG LTD 
Lath fur furniture, tool*, appli 
an,#* gins ale. 

741 Gnldtlieam </8Sol 

Mon Frl 9am a p m 
sun I 4 p m 

IHt SALVATION ARMY 
urgently need* your re usaaMe 
! dolhing. furniture end hriutahnid 
iioch't lo astltl Uinta in naml 
I Family i Hr if t Store* Victoria 
bidnay and Langford For pickup 
rail J46 1391 

KILSHAW’k 
AUC’i IONKEHS 
Huy «*ell Appi 
11115 |.'nrl 3MMII 


Tun# •,?“"* aieuueiu lypnwr 
Mltcellaneuut Item* 184 7442 

ED LARGE FIXED UGH t 
noowt, c.umplela with Irama and 
I. imihoganv dour glats leaded 
hi duur. door frame, 2 new 
vrad folding door*. 2 x4 x41 , 
9-7442 

KING RANGE 214V, 4150 VIK 
g iridge. 4100 Houvar wetn«, 
In dryar. 4100 Tecometler. 18 
ilary mower, 434 Hand real 
owar, SI0 418 4990 

TIYETHYLENE MULCH FILM, 
••"ting tor tarp*. rovir*, «l< . 

TD . 2 i 0 « Douqla* 

ESTEtNfcR 144. FULLY AUTO 
latlr dnnlir alor with rahmal and 

fit 4219 f '' -nw 1400 or b,i ' 0,,#r 

BURNER COLEMAN CAMP 
Jove and Hand, IIS complain In- 
ulaled cooler, ilia 23x14x22. 114 


MODERN • IIES TENFlEi D AND 
* hair in reetotmbly dean cundi 
Jiuri, up lu 480 Alsu fridge, up lo 
ll‘i arid 2 c elactrlc range quick 
dec Itlunt 142 7833 or 477 4443 

LUNDS 

ADiTIOM KRS 

APPRAISE AND BUY FOR ( ASH 
926 FORT 346 1 304 

SQUARE DEAL BUYS 
topper, Bra**. Radiatort 
hilllat and Jar* Lough* 

343 1221 lf}4 'cilltfde *" 
SPOT CASH 


•no One 
8 fl7l. 7 9 


Iflhf 

M3 1401 

meat 

Ml 9021 

Hone only U 


I AWN UMRRELl A 
with *p|k* 

142 4494 


•'811' “TENT WITH KlTCHi 
sat* - - 

LVaut. 




HE DMON T PORTABLE SEWING 
nachlna, straight taw Good condl 

*LF BECKER AND SONS 

(911 Ttlllcum 314-4414 

AMERICAN CURVED NEEDLE 
ifi? ,, ]}5 h 3 r - *lfAlflc haal with 
JfffiSi -a? - ord » r 14* or 


GOOth BOOKS ALWAYS BOUGHT 

haunted bookshop 

• 45 Fori 1237 

WE BUY YOUR FURNITURE 
hnui.nl>,, Id good* picture*, tool*, 
•I Be*l rath price* 344 0467 
OLD 'in ha ■KCMDf ANV 
fnaka Gib Glhton. Rolrarf* t rate 
P 0 , B r 

STUDENT WANTS BROKEN OR 
working lalavitlont, haul away 
fra* 314 0710 


motor Good working 
clo***l offer 344 HIT 

lAfLER _ 

*»hop on conttryclion 

Dsfffl"" “ 


Raaiunabl* Phone 344 

VOLKSWAGEN CAMPER OR 
Buler trailer rath for aantibla 
price. 345 9406 

SMALL ELECTRIC 
number piano organ. 


UJ'LITV TRADER 4X20. SUIT- 
4bl* for work**"* • 11 

or parmananl 
nearetl oflar ' 

STROLLR-CRIB BABY CAR 
rlaoc, high chair, n „ p fin . 
thalri cir laal Good condition 


WANTED. 

B-W' 

| ET7ER PRESS EQUIPMENT, 
! leading tiack. fyropan pflMrj 
guoln*. type cablnal. afe sag-im 

WANTED ROTARY BARBEQUE 


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fraaiart 

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10 Payment tor 
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11 Inter fad Ion 
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34 Portable 
« MoHon*picture. 

Informal 
39 Certain 
Aslant 
3 word* 

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44 Unite ol 
raluttanca 

45 Ngat In lima 
44 Ta»k perform- 

«lax" 

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. superfluity 
si Length unit* 

54 Yearn 
54 Small flap on 


43 Study hard 
CMMMtly: 
British 

44 Soap plant 

45 Sol* 

44 Heating 
apparatus 
47 Johnny I" 

44 Matures 
49 Former Koraar- 
aleteiman 

DOWN 

1 Frank 
Hollywood VIP 
3 Star** ai 
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— PONTIAC BU1CK 

--GMC —,— 


GOODWILL 
USED CARS 


1971 ACADIAN 4-DOOR 
SEDAN, EQUIPPED WITH 
ECONOMICAL CYLIN¬ 
DER, AUTOMATIC, 
RADIO, WHITEWALL 
TIRES, DE LUXE WHEEL 
DISCS. FINISHED IN 
ROSEWOOD AND 
SANDLEWOOD INTERIOR. 
ONLY $»95 


4 «W?T" 

5 Run quickly 
4 Bury 

7 Art* Johnson 
phrase. 

3 words 
I Put on lha 
lead bag 

9 One In a 

ipeed conlast 

10 Turkish leader 

11 Uncouth 
parson 

12 In-: 

Routinlxad. 

uLTSfU 

l* llwaa'paopl* 

24 per cant 
24 Dough mad* 
of flour 
and wafer 
24 Slate: Abbr 


31 Excessive 
flowering 

33 Tower 

33 Structural 
member 
of a Ship 

34 One 

35 Hashana. 
Jewish 
New Year 

M baiipalar 

M An Aslan 

40 Laroe cask 
for fluid* 

41 Small dose 
of liquor 

44 Existed 


49 Puts on (rial 

50 Bird 

52 Mai* baa 

BFIJBf 

nuraa 


57 Laiy 

59 Young mala* 

tad 

rivi 


Answer to Pravloua Puxxl# 

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IfM MltklKLUNRODS 
WANTED 

MUST BE REASONABLE MOV 
Ing to condominium Two old pen¬ 
sioner* starting again Grandma 
needs second-hand drafting Iabl*. 
chair and good light Could uaa an 
aasal Grampa rarinlthas furniture 
Needs wall made badroom draw- 
art Badframe on castor* lor 7 tin 
el* bad*. 1 good mattress and I 
complete bad Hava lo swap or 
tall a good gray valour round rug 
7' In diameter plus hall runner, 
grav than Clean Viking electric 
heater with Ian 2 brush floor pol 
ithar, black fur coat and fishing 
lackla Indian portraits. 4S4H946. 


I "JO HARDEN Ml PI'I.IES 

Plowing, Hotmatiag 
and Cultivating 

JACK S TRACTOR SERVICE 
Fir* haiard lots cul. rotovate, 
plow, level, brush cutting, post 

479 # *S84* V lUl ' r,h,<< #nd b * l,d 

GORDON S TRACTOR SERVICE 
cut, raka vnd bale hay, roto 
w *’?' cyltlvala, level, plow, disc 

AMD***- ,0P ,l "' m « nur * 

^COOPER'S TRACTOR SERVICE 
Gardens, yards tree lor, rofovalad. 

«r«f lavallad 


lift PETS AND MUPP1JE8 

MAYDON KENNELS—POODLES 
Raglsfarad miniature and toyi 
1100 terms 135 par month * 
2493. Duncan 


1970 TORINO BROUGHAM 
4-DOOR HARDTOP, 
EQUIPPED WITH V-8. AU- 
TOM A TIC, POWKR 
STEERING, POWER 
BRAKES, RADIO, FIN¬ 
ISHED IN WHITE WITH 
BLUE INTERIOR AND 
VINYL TOP. 

ONLY |3!9S 


1968 MUSTANG MACH I 
GUARANTEED 1-OWNER, 
VS. AUTOMATIC. RADIO. 
POWER STEERING, 
POWER DISC BRAKES, 
BUCKET SEATS WITH 
CONSOLE, FINISHED IN 
RED WITH BLACK INTE¬ 
RIOR 

ONLY *3285 




— —.five 

wing. 382-931.. _ . 

CENTRAL SAAN'CH TRACTOR ;£uhirad 


ATTENTION LADIESI 
Lidon C hapman of fh* New Paint 

pfyVil!' Si N 5nirJ*sr.croL .^i, T L* C ., T0R , «»« 

wsrs? pm'wcS •’* 

STOCKINGS, which era used for 1 r ^° “ frA,JT " 

OUR OFFER I 


1967 BEAUMONT STATION 
WAGON, AUTOMATIC 
TRANS MISS ION, V-8, 
POWER STEER ING, 

BLACK LABRADOR CROSS WITH f PSfu 

German thorl-hair Pointer puppies GREY 6 I N l.SH WITH 
Lovely p*t». BIO each Phone 479 BLACK INTERIOR. 

GOING UP ISLAND? ON $1995 

8 av board your dog 
ood Shephard Pal Ati 
Canada Hwy .Mill Ba 

TE MPORARY HOME OR HOMES 11969 ACADIAN 4 DO OR 




Isaeila, Huliw, Plnnta, 


Bring us 3 pair* 

Yin . 


wa ll give you FREE, . 

HEW NYLONS In your llial iIMPORTED 
Don't miss this offer — Cp" ** 


wiersrs . 


Trees, hhrulia 


( ASH j 
musical 
BUY also 
MENTS. ale 


vtVW^. 

IN A HURRY 

M4x 


...DING 

OPPOSITE Pal 
*17 Johnson Sf. 


ruments. cameras 
WEAPONS. INSThu- 
, for READY CASH 


5 fla B 

Tel H 


Tull) 

fr*g|__ wm ^ _ 

prlca’Io’clear "s53-)is9* 

SALE, TUBEROUS BEGONIaT 

FAMr"' 1 ™ 104 "’* 

Top Hull Hooka and nil 


Sts. Wfll pay to? SEDAN H O P U I, A It b 
C YLINDER AUTOMATIC 
BEAUTIFUL SEALPOINTI W ITH RADIO FINISHED 
IN RED WITH 
INTERIOR. 

ONLY 


Siamese Lilians, registered slock, 
Championship slra Phong 598-5471 
attar 4 


-WANTED 


FIIIX FIR HOG FULL 

For gardens, fill, etc Between 
4123 end 4137 Glanford Avanii 
Help yourself 3B44193 


pitta or houseful ^Thank You 
ALADDIN'S COTTAGE LTD 
1957 Island Highway 478 404] 

^CLOSED MONDaVs 

WANTED 
lixerl car haiteries, 

80c each 

indualnal iron and Metal 
3*:. :ww "g* 


HLALI.Y GOOD TOI‘ 
SOIL CONTACT LAY°ITZ 
NURSERIES, 38-1-6943 

?* G »NICAU-Y FERTtUZED 
tana, kum lo« ion. dallvtrad , 

Kiaa^M" ,0 “ Bkk “»■ ““ 


BURMESE-SIAMESE. KITTENS, 
exceptionally beautiful Musi sea. 
125 454 1242 

SAMOYED PUPPIES, REGIS 
fared, first shots, famaias. 445. 
males 545 479-4534 

ADORABLE GREY KITTENI, 8 
week* old, house trainad Fra* 
477-43*2 

EXCLUSIVE BOARDING. SMALL 
I dogs and cats Phone afternoons, 
McCoy, 479-7301 

FREE TO GOOD HOME, PEDl 

121 CHIf HM, IMII LT H\, 
HATCHING KatifsH, 
MliPPLlEM 


ABEL 1RAUING CO. 

422 JOHN ST 
No I 1 oppar 33c Brass 20c 
Batlarias 45c Rads 33c. Bear 
Izoltlaa 25c dox Wa buy and tall 
local win* bottles 423 John SI 188 
*541 


Ltd . 314-3414 

* > BLACK TOP SOIL, 
lood 133 479 1937 


10 YDS. 


CASH PAID FOR 
f ameras 

Prelector* 

Darkroom supplies 
Anything phoiographli 
El ECtRlC EYE 
ia44 Broad St 


lift PKT» AM) MUPFI.IKM 

QUALITY MINIATURE 


POODLE 


eulials. and wtll-slarli 
variety 442 Goward 


E E S E . DUCKS, 
all •farted chick*. 
Rood 479 


CROSS 3>/i 
1975. 

FREE BANTAM ROOSTERS, 
small variety. 470-1059 


SIDN 


FARM, 454-4412 


118 IJVKMTOOK, Ml Pi'Ll Kb, 
KVKNTM 


,Hfc is Twr isT 

r,6 a,.i.-'i u K 0 Yo,°*,L , H,4ki : . i i “ *»i ELD:,UD M< nil 

5">ell loy (TOodla. mfnlalur* in p L E amipi- unset aodai n 
various colors, also boxer end K L fc AbURfc HORSE APPALO 
sraAPi Aoc mftai v i imported Sh h Txu Clipping end 0 " m4 1 r, ' w 0 ** ,f * 11 borse gentle 

«• “ - “ 

No I Copoar Wire 3*r, • ar rads P 1 ARAB "t&ISTERED COLT 

up 10 24c Bailerict 75c tech rM foal with buckskin Walsh mara 

MORRIS GREENE INDSUTRlEL. DOGS BOARDED PERSONAL I P52T TUI >0 children 

1137 Store St 305 9703 attention given lo each pel" Goodi^*® 344 054* 

nouri 


N NATIONAL N 
I I 

CHRYSLER 


DODGE 


BOTH SIDES OF THE 
•00 BLOCK YATES ST. 

384-8174 

Opan Til • P M. 


DEPENDABLE USED 
CARS 


1964 FORD Galaxie 500 XL 
2-door hardtop. 390 V-8, 
bucket seat*, coneol* 
automatic, power steer¬ 
ing and brakes, radio. 
ONLY $895 


1968 CONSOLE Cortina G-T 
sedan, custom radio, 
bucket seata, 4-speed 
ONLY $1595 


1969 PLYMOUTH Fury 
Sedan, automatic 
transmission, 318 V-8, 
custom radio, power 
staering. 

ONLY $1995 


Jjgjgg”* 


■fill CflUmlSt, Victoria, S.C, Fr.doy, August i, 1971 


XXX 

XXX 

XXX CORNELL 
XXX ' CHEVROLET 
XXX COUNTRY” 
XXX 
XXX 


• PUTTING YOU FIRST 
KEEPS US FIRST” 


YEAR! 
-E-ND! 
-S-AVlNGfl!! 


1970 RENAULT R10 4-epaMl 
transmission, radio- 
Y.E-S. $1395 


1968 DODGE Coronet 500 
Sport* hardtop. Bucket 
seals, vinyl nxjf, 318 
V-8, automatic, power, 
steering and brakes, 
radio. 

ONLY $2195 


1968 CONSOLE Cortina D e 
luxe coupe, bucket 
seats, custom radio. 4- 
speed, tachometer, one 
owner 

ONLY $1295 


1965 C H E V E L L E CON¬ 
VERTIBLE. 6 CYLINDER 
AUTOMATIC, RADIO, 
WHITE WITH BLUE IN¬ 
TERIOR. SPORTY LITTLE 
CAR 

ONLY $1295 


1967 RAMBLER 4-IXX)R 
SEDAN, 6 CYLINDER, 
AUTO MATIC TRANSMIS¬ 
SION. IDEAL YOUNG FAM¬ 
ILY CAR. 

ONLY $795 


BLACK 1964 CHEVROLET linpala 
4-door hardtop, auto- 
malic transmission, 
custom radio, 327 V-8. 
wheel discs. 

ONLY $795 


$2295 


1963 PONTIAC Parisienne 4 
door sedan, 283 V-8, 
auto malic transmis¬ 
sion, custom radio, a 
black beauty. 

ONLY $695 


1967 PONTIAC 2 plus 2 
convertible, black with 
a whit* top and white 
bucket se«U. 283 V-8. 
console automatic, 
(tower steering and 
hrakes, radio, one 
owner, low mileage. 
ONLY $2295 


HAND HOIST 

5*1 4004 

l»B MH54HIANKM8 
TO RENT 

RfcNT TO OWN 

k^w sawing machine, SS weakly. 


1 iXym-lTSEWING CENTRES 
140 Fori SI 344 *2; 

lift SWAPS 


j ath pal Good 

Iw.,1 v;, W*5HINGT°N GRASS MIX ANO 

tTKVfisi? r„iU; m ifisr ■»' ■« 

... *■*«••». Monn Rd *" ” 

4,9 SS '° * tear T H O ROUGHBREP I 


1969 VAUXHALL VIVA 4- 
D O O R S E DAN WITH 
RADIO FINISHED IN 
YELLOW WITH GREEN 
INTERIOR 

0N, ' V IHB5i 1970 DODGE Monaco 500 2- 

door hardtop. Bucket 
seats, console auto- 
matic, 383 V-8 power 
steering, hrakes and 
windows, radio, vinyl 
n»o(. etc., etc. 

ONLY $3895 




1965 VAUXHALL Viva 2 
door sedan, good trans¬ 
portation. 

Y.E.8. $595 


1965 RAMBLER station 
wagon, V-8 automatic 
Y.E.S. . 1395 


19(3 CHEVY II 2-door sedan 
YES. $395 


1966 CHKVELLK 4-door 
hardtop, V-8 automatic, 
radio. 

Y.E.S. $1595 


1967 CHEVROLET Impala 
Super Sport, V-8, auto¬ 
matic, power brakes, 
radio 

YES. $1895 


1969 BARRACUDA convert¬ 
ible, 6 cylinder, auto¬ 
matic transmission, ra¬ 
dio. Console. 

YES. $2495 


1969 FORD SEDAN, V-8, 
auto matic transmis¬ 
sion. 

YES. $2195 


I960 VAUXHALL Viva 2- 
donr. nice U.M. import. 
Y.E.S. $1195 


1968 B E A UMONT station 
wagon, V8, automatic 
transmission, radio. 
YES $2695 


1968 PONTIAC Parisienne 2- 
door hardtop, V-8, 
auto matio transmis¬ 
sion, power steering 
and radio. 

YES. $2295 


1968 CUTLASS convertible, 
V-8, automatic trans 
mission, power steer¬ 
ing, power brakes ra¬ 
dio. 

Y.E.S. $2395 


i pi Mm 


m CAM FOB iAIJC 


CHEVROLET WINS 
« Ftret With 5Car* Mil 

Car and Driver's Survey 
of over 40,000 ballots with 
1971 Reader Poll, iwarde 
Chevrolet as follows: 


Best Economy Sedan 
CHEVROLET VEGA 


Chevrolet Vega 
VW Beetle (Super) 
Dateun 510 
Flat 1246 
Ford Pinto 


$3 8% 
16.7% 
7.6% 
7 0% 
6.4% 


-Best Compact Sedan— 
CHEVROLET NOVA 

Chevrolet Nova 16.2% 

Peugeot 304 10.6% 

Toyota Corona Mk D 10.51% 

Dodge Dart-Demon 10.4% 

Plymouth Valiant 
Duster 9.9% 


Best Sporty Car— 
CHEVROLET CAMARO 


Chevrolet Camara 
Pontiac Firebird 
Ford Mustang 
AM Javelin 
Dodge Challenger 


31.2% 

25.1% 

14.6% 

8 . 8 % 

6.9% 


—Best Super Car- 

CHEVROLET 
CHEVELLE SS 

Chevrolet 
Chevelle SS 15.6% 

Plymouth Road Runner 


GTX 
Dodge Charger RT 
Super Bee 
Oldsmobile 4-4-2 
Pontiac GTO 


13.6% 

13.3% 
II 9% 
10.5% 


Besl Sports-GT Car- 
Category III 

CHEVROLET CORVETTE 

Chevrolet Corvette 28.5% 
Porsche 911T-E-S 26.5% 

BMW 2800 CS 13.9% 

Jaguar XK-E 2 plus 2 9.3% 
Mercedes-Benz 280 SL 8.4% 


Best All-Around Car 
CHEVROLET CORVETTE 

12.5% 
12 . 1 % 
5.5% 
4.3% 
3.7% 


Chevrolet Corvette 
Datsun 3402. 
Porsche 911 T-E-S 
BMW 1600-0002 
BMW 2800 CS 




See These 
AWARD WINNERS 
At 

CORNELL 
CHEVROLET 
OLDSMOBILE 
3050 Douglas St 385-5777 
Opposite Mayfair 
Open Til 9 


EMPRESS 
PCJNTIAC IIUICK 
GMC 


1967 ACADIAN aedan. 6 ryI-1 
Older, radio 

YES. $1295 


-HORWOOD MAZDA 


"YOUR FORD 
SMALL CAB 
HEADQUARTERS 


CORTINA 

tors. 


1971 

GT Demonstia- 


12388 


1970 

LTD 2-door hardtop, V4, 
lutom atic transmission, 
power steering, power 
brakes, radio. 


SUBURBAN 
N 

P 

R 

1*71 VOLKSWAGEN Super T „ 

Beetle, redio, yellow. on Minor ah 

Seve on thie nearly ON DOUGLAS 

unit. 

ONLY _ 12195 

1971 MAZDA 1200 auto- 

matic, radio, as new. 
low mileage, save, bal 
ance new car war¬ 
ranty. 

ONLY $2945 

1970 MAZDA STATION 
WAGON, 4-door model. 

Reclining seals. 

ONLY $2345 

1970 TOYOTA Corolla sta¬ 
tion wagon, only 12,000 
miles, as new. 

ONLY $2045 

i960 AUSTIN Mini atation 
wagon, top condition, 
for hard to find model. 

ONLY $1386 

1960 FIREBIRD 350 V-8, 

automatic, console 
shift, power steering. 

Radio. Rally striping 
finish rally orange. 

ONLY $2695 

1969 MGB-GT. wire wheels, 
herd to find model 
ONLY $2605 

1968 RAMBLER sedan, 

automatic, one owner. 

ONLY $1485 

1968 FORD LTD . Country 
Squire 9-passenger sta¬ 
tion wagon, wood trim. 

AU power. 

ONLY $3595 

1968 CAMARO Super Sport, 

V-8 automatic, console 
shift. Radio. Chrome 
wheels, green in color. 

ONLY $2295 

1966 PONTIAC 4-d oor 

■edan, V-8 automatic. 

Radio Tu-tone Maroon 
with black top. 

ONLY SI 195 

1966 MORRIS Oxford 4-door 1964 

sedan, 1 owner, low I VOLKSWAGEN "Beelle”, 
miles I speed 

ONLY 1895 ; $544 

1965 CORVAIR Monza 2-| 
door hardtop. 4-speed 
ONLY $1095 

1964 BUICK Skylark 4-door 
sedan, power steering, 
radio, clean through¬ 
out. 

ONLY $1195 

1961 DODGE 4-dooi sedan, 

Tu-tone red and white. 

V-8 automatic, radio 
ONLY $295 

1959 CHEVROLET «VTon 
pickup, automatic 
ONLY $495 


0|>en till 9 p in 

- HORWOOD MAZDA 
385-1451 

Johnson and Blanshard 


m OAMfMftiAUS 


I960 

FORD 2-door hardtop, V-8 
automatic transmisaion, 
power staering, brakes, 
radio. 

$2477 


1968 

COUGAR 2-door hardtop, V- 
8, standard, radio. 

$1777 


1967 

VOLKSWAGEN station 
wagon, 4-speed, radio. 

$1333 


1966 

METEOR station wagon, V- 
8, automatic transmission, 
power steering, brakes, 
radio. 

$1794 


MINIATURE AND TOY POODl-E 
puppia*. black, white or brown. 
Raoiilflrafl US*1S0 farm* *25 
s,ud available. 

741-3493. Duncan. 

Q” KENNELS 


4S2-2MI 

12 ACRES GREEN PASTURE, I 
thatfa. water, tupervised »IS 
monthly par haad 471 4301 


2867 IjOUGLAS STREET 
DRIVE IN OFF TOPAZ 


1967 VOLVO 122S 


2 YEAR - OLD GELDING. 

_ I • p Irlted, friendly Experienced 

h 0 r ™ tr,v Quandalla Kannal*.' rider only 474-2504 
boarding for all pal*, w* aUol .. 

hav« families, wanting your PUP- 3 ^ ^ k,t- 6 N T CHILDREI 

pla* and kitten* 47l 23*7 ’ ,1? mara. 

., IBDICC Phone 344-3*45 after 

TWO LOTS ON l O V E L Y I* * 0LD P . UB P'ES GOOD 

bevary Island one waterfront u L ' 

Owner will consider hading equity kelson RR? 
lor fibreglay* tailing or mo.or JJ,, n, l,h Ro • {, ' 

Boat sullabla lur lake use * 01 ,44 '« y WANTED TO RENT. GENTLE red leatherette Ulterior 

BILL PALFREY lsi BOOl REGlbUREO GERMAN SHEP horse tor 15 veer old girl, very good 

Broadview Prtn>eriie» lid herd pup hlact' end Ian exc.*l homo vhloria Pratt. Box 164 

> AR TRAILER OR AS A DOWN Udm- 1 * < ROSS BRED SOWS I 

payment on a 2 acre ,«* uiew Ini, ii4J Kennel*. , u „ oi , 4 ?g. aj ; 4 M ,« tan 

«l L Sdvtmilh Only IS.SOO 452 14 » P m 

11H LA8 C - R0SS MALE 3MNtBl-I umited NUMBER OF NCBC BRIAN HOLLEY MOTORS 

B orar*- r kl —*— 


IRADt OR SELL MY EQUITY (i ”, 

In duplex lor proper!. •— ‘ kl 

»0I4 or 344 74*1 


2-d<*»r sedan. This sought 
[I*I j after one-owner car has only 
t 68.990 miles, like new 

o% ‘ *i \?. ! | u,c "! n . n rad, . al cua * 

toad, Port ' oria Pro**, Box 143 bun radio and is black with 

Test 

drive it soon and don l miss 
Ibis excellent automobile 

(74-2 jj* oa.waan 

11765 

NUMBER OF NC If. BRIAN HOLLEY 


DODGE COLTS 
BUILT-IN JAPAN 
By MITSUBISHI 

AVAILABLE IN 

2-Door Coupe 
4-Duor Sedan 
2-Door Hardtop 
4-Duor Station U agon 


7^ >0, MW 


1 after S p.n 
* YEAR 112 MARE GOOD SHOW 

* m ■ - 

HAY FOR SALE. PHONE 


331!) ixniglas at Cloverdale 
Plume 384-1161 


'tui purebred 

or hue I JbJ timxolh hair, duikt. 

end sheep 474 7)97 

WANT TO TRADE GOOD MINIATURE STOMP TAII i Phon * 

■If'fcrd 1 4 J h a !aa» ,r# l#r h,, ‘ h 10 ,il Roetonehle lo gqpd LOCAL 

64 Ford 474 1424 hum* (Ce.e m.luded) 343 1 4 7 3 *S* 4ifv IR7(i Al'AlilAKi < C 

TRADE MY 1954 HILLMAN FOR|* M « f * WAN TED TEEDLR lines iti. » u ‘ ^ J , , 

- to 7VS-6.P JOhntpn or Evmrude Tw0 BUDGIES AND i AGE *3 TfcI *54-4193 S ' Ei * S i»«» V-N Hurst 4-s|»eed fully 

meW <nWr 0 ' a tMy,<i '• HEREFORD AND HIGHLAND !' l ' ,,U ^p d * nc,,,d ^ n 8 • 1 • r ® o 
__ _ <ow» tor *eia 454 1941 iu|«. Premium unit. 

ietorT efr . or tell S140 479 ioi» ten*. 4 month* 6 old BH 47l flit. *nl 4 YEAH-OLO 


outboard motor 144-9*94 
TRADE 1959 TRIUMPH 
(need* work) for »v>A>a lank regu free 

ENTERPRI/E COMBINATION 
ge* end^ oil range tor tfn^h^ua* PUPPIES 


range Phone 343 4914 or 344 7*92 


BOSTON 7 PUGS GOOD HEREFORD 
Pekingese i untile Hill. ( - a| f- ^ *53 2019 


Remember at METRO ail 
Holstein Ireasumrhle offers accepted 


N7 


ANTItfl I S 


KII. SHAW'S 
Buy (>ir (.'ash 
Appraise for all pm poses 
1115 Furt 384-6441 


ONI A 1 
fared / 
4 7* 57(14 


<»MEO B»CK£D SETTEE WITH I 
original horn hair roverinw Alsu a,a r^on, 4,4 
round table whkh ha* haan (ul BARKERS PE 
down Bast offer* adapted Beauty Parioi 


ilt-AV V ml IIME NT 
a4iii XIAt ltlNEKY 

CASE 580 

Jar and backhoa, factory cab, 


METRO TOYOTA LTD. 
624 FinlayMin 
386 3516 


FROM AS 
urn |s 
S2187 


NATIONAL 
CHRYSIuER DOlKiK 

819 Yale* St. 
.384-8174 


1967 METEOR wagon, V-8. 
auto matic tranamis- 
sn*n. power gteering 
and hrakes. radio. 
YES. $1995 


1965 ACADIAN station 
wagon, 6 cylinder, ra¬ 
dio. 

YES $1195 


1965 PONTIAC 4-door hard- 
lop. V 8, automatic 
transmission, power 
steering and hrakes. 
radio 

Y fc 6. $1,385 


1964 PONTIAC 

4-door sedan An immacu¬ 
late one-owner car in silver 
grey with red interior. Has 


19fri VALIANT SIGNET 

V200 2 - d o o r hardtop. 6 
cylinder, automatic, radio 
White exterior with 2-tone 
brown bucket seat*. This 
top of die line car offers 
>eu many more miles of 
safe, economical driving, for 
jonly 

$775 

BRIAN HOLLEY MOTORS 
3319 Douglas at Cloverdale 
Phone 384-U61 


1962 

JAGUAR 4-door, automatic 
transmission, power steer¬ 
ing, radio. 

$1088 


WIDE OPEN TTLL 10 P M. 
3864131 


REMEMBER 
METRO TOYOTA LTD. 
624 Finlay.'on 

.’I86-35I6 


1969 FIREBIRD 


an economical but peppy 6r‘ door hardtop v-8. ail 
cylinder engine with stan- ! ,ac,or y equipment including j 
dard transmission. Excel-I man ^ ‘ifdlons. This unit | 


WILLE MOTORS 


lent reliable 
he only 


transportation 


must lie seen 


$795 


>! VStfSpSM 
^88 ^e“£A« 


BRIAN HOU.KY MOTORS 
3319 IXHjgias al Clxverdale 
Phone 384-1161 


ireasoiiahle offers accepted. 




Alt I RO TOYOTA 
624 Finlay son 
38b-35!6 


1949 AUSTIN sedan 
YE 8 


1145 


X“* 


its 


TOP LASH 
< hina. gia»» 
fiirnllura. 

Hami 


ANTIQUE W R I t I N 
good (ondllton 1150. 

(o fffaUM 5175 592-1411 or 


iewalry. 

iiamv. an BYGONES xn 
TIQUES. 10)4 Fori 14I4A75. 

lit SK . 

Wf 

It# BARDEN HI PI'I.IES 
Fertiliser 

O R G A N ICALLYFERTILIZED 
vandy loam lop soil, delivered 4 
yard*, (14. or you pick up. AIm 
bag* 474 4)94 

CHICK IN MANURE WITH 

Ml” , ' Sm 


MANURE 
llvarad oi 
471-4194 


CHICKEl 

Alaoba * 

Plowing, HuUo wting 
end (xiUlvattng 

C STARK. ROTOVATING. BRUSH 
and era** cut, po*t kola*, etc., 
loading and hauling 479 1117. 

_ DON'ft TRACTOR SERVICE 
Roiovata. plow, cultivate, mow, 
loader an* truck, blade 477 Mil. 


PET SHOP AND PE T 1 

-- . .rlour. *15 Yala* SI 

Phon* 344-0412 

Sfc ALPOINT SIAMESE CAT FE | 
me!* 1 ’^ y»«r» axiallant ditooo 
lion. HO 4/9 4*04 

PURtBRtp MINIATURE LONG 
hair Darhthund famala II month*, 

150 479 5904 

i YEAR BIACX AND TAN MALE JOHN D 

mssrttaft. ^ ,hou Hun,#d ar j 


CASE 530 

will) loader and bacLnoa 
55000 

BUTLER BROTHER? 


GUINEA PIGS, 

144 *916 


REGISTERED SCOTCH COLLjl 
pup;, 1 month* ofd, *hot*. 47*4170 
PUREBRED BOSTON TER 
dan Female*, 9 weak* 14^2443 
JjJUjMELft FOR SALE. PHONE 

GERMAN 
Plat. S 

)UTIF_^ _ __ 

, fra* to good honta 454^1577 
ANYONE SEEN GEORGE? SEE 
Dog Show In coming event* 

rajwv&r ‘'‘ Mese 

:r«r« D (if*j»f.,£8 p 
WsS&F* F0 " ,AL( 

ROOOLI 


<u mcori 
Alsu, good 

:!U 


E E R E 
haw 141 VS 
(lock of garden 
mower* Vlclorle Jaap. 

Rock Bay. 

I SACK CEMENT MIXER NEW 
11300 Sacrifice, (490. 343 9426 

HA FARM IMFIxGMCNTB 

International Supen A with 
plow, disc, mower and culti¬ 
vator, $1100. Ford 8N -- 
rebuilt motor, $700. Ford 
3000 diesel, fully equipped, 
$2950 

BUTLER BROTHERS 
Keating Cross Rd. 
M9-U91 Eves. 479-7481 

BUY 

SELL 

TRADE 

Through 

CI.AHHIFIED 


GEM M0T9R SALES 
*9 EPIC 4 dr A T 
49 PLYMOUTH 
49 AMBASSADC 
TRANSPORTALON SPECIAIS 
45 (HEV A T radio |595 

44 CMEV A T Radio *450 

41 METEOR Sld 4 BITS 

41 CHEV Auto 4 (200 

* 1175 

ill* 

..... . CYL 5115 

Jill 

A number of excellent fnick* of 
dlffaranf iiraa 


345 4311 


4-ar. a t 

mxiiZT 
wr •' 

AT Radio 
OR Sld 4 

sss ar ! 

"ml-:': 

number of axel 
faranf »ire» 

) Exqufmall Ru 

lf*J MARQUIS BROUGHAM 
ry Interior, pewsr ilaarlng, power 

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1968 DATSUN PICKUP 
iLxcellenl •••ndiliun rtus 
unit has just Ireen traded. 
'Fully equipped including 
,.,*» heavy duly bumper with 
* * " trailer hitch. 

Remember al METRO all 
reasonable offer* accepted 

METRO ITlYOTA LTD 
624 Flniayson 
386 3516 




rxjjv 


(T)HNEI.I, 

“CHEVROLET 

COUNTRY” 

3050 DOUGLAS STREET 
(Opp. May fen) 
.385-5777 - til I p.m. 


44 njtv ^ ( li* *3In fcALt 
SfoWr * “ ! ** n 


|li»5 

^^■mat* *1795 
Supar Sport 5 795 


i! kTAJW'V’Sr. 
s fsle ire lst 

' litian i 


1 


Oar, 6T 

U GALAXlf °S00 lOr 

44 FORD won. Nice 

64 MONTCALM Loaded 

45 PONTIAC, low mil** 

41 CHRYSLER, low mile* 
63 PONTIAC won 

i 43 STUDEBAKER AT 

S CbAAET, very good 
__ ACADIAN 7 di 


1969 VOLKSWAGEN WESTFALIA SS DODGE. Tatted 
impmobil*. 10.(100 mil#*, com 
anoin* overhaul. 4 new Ur#.-. 

comnlafe with fan' 
condition 3**066J 


tampn 
Plata i 
2 »noo 


(CEL 

wmia 

*1995 


19** CHEVELLE SS 39* EXCEI 
lent condition Standard fr#n»mi 

n. pwr*" • * 

■m t FORD I DOOR. ORIGINAL 
equipment, excellent appearance 

mZrggtS. ,w 

*4 MUSTANG, 249 HIGH PERF„ 
4 *p«#d. htadtr* n#w pxiot. 
Shall,» equipped, 5*2 7312 between 
5-7 p m 


3195 

11295 

11795 

,!?,! 

5495 

5125 

SS95 

5495 

me 


3240 Douglas 


387-2313 


BMW HALES 
AND SERVICE 


• 1424 

a IHXNU HIGHW, 

TI VW. -71 CMEV U P U . ’49 
DODGE Supar Ba*. 64 FALCON 
Futur# Sp coup*. *4 DODGE 
p u , 43 BUICK; *2 VW clean. 
Al CHlv wgn *l PONTIAC 


35# HP, mag* Excalianl 
57500 Trade* contldtred 
Duncan 


r5, 


N WAGON. 
3*5 or »wap 
125 or 47V 


w asm 

for Volkxwager 
»4t7, after I p 
1*64 4 DOOR METEOR WAGON. 


* colle_. 

53.000 *4/ 5507 
1971 DODGE COLT HARDTOI 

T; tm o,ftr * ,o %y 


BMW HALES 
AffD SERVICE 

1967 404 PEUGEOT wagon, 
4-speed, radio, 47.UUO 
miles. Radial tires. 
$1,505 

Bavarian Auto Ltd., 

1750 Government 
386-1515 


hardtop, Super Sporf, bucket »#•& *44 PL YMi 


YOU PAY LESH 
AT ART'S CAR HALE8 

310 BAY- AT THE BRIDGE 


19*7 DODGE DART GT, I DOOR 
hardtop buikel »•*)» 6<vlhultr 
, new ftra* --■* *— 1 *— - 

'-condition. . ... ___ ... 

ryl , l-kpeed Raditi convertibie 196 * mj-i mu 
Power lop $685! Montcalm sir only 51995 sfco ” 19*4 CHEVELLE 

! condition n*w lira*. muM.I nwntr utat 
{Mil Dannl*. 59* 1719 Cali 47* 4445 

Havanan Auto Ud., 

1750 Government 
386-1&L5 


1967 AL'ADiAN 

Premium condition. Econo¬ 
mical six cylinder, auto¬ 
matic, radio, low mileaga. 
Perfect second unit for the 
family. 

Rememlter at MbTRO ell 
reasonable offers accepted. 

METRO TOYOTA LTD. 
624 Finlayson 
386-3516 


£ "Wifi ONE-OWNEB 19*4 

COKVAIt 4 SPEED MONZA 
MHj parforming wall ai 71.000 


HXUTIFUU l,u CHEV. t, 




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(•II m,lni#*(*ri 

M. wh "* 


19*3 FALCON STATION WAGON, »**7 __ 

B’SiiNJT'xf®!-,"'*! aW»«W«" c “" 

19*3 CHEVY ll, AUTOMATIC, (MQunih 
PONTIAC LAUREHTIAN 

ife o, " , ‘ 

awi 

*' -AV‘ TIN CAMBRIDGE, GOOD 

•runSSfiJr- , 
r«68,*WLJ‘ UTOMAT ' c ' •' 
MSB/SUMM*' 0 "- 
ri, Bi , i xar,ra LS ' 
«rt2fa*ifeW‘ “ °" fo " 
UMJWfNt.iftRIM!- “ " 
ixjtmKffuiks,, 11 - 


wJU 

•nd new lira:, m 
vinyl Inferior. 42500 


M U ST S 6 L l . „ E II R O PE 
fran»f*r. 1944 Bunk Skylark, lo.oftb 
mil#* J Highway drlvgn | 51,900 or 
be»l offer 479 1510 

'MTOYOIA SPRINTER, GOOD 

Mk-.,..?'*,.. . 

l»« CHEVROLET. AUTOA,ATIC 

SU“^2SJ8!S“^ 

■rjasrjBriimjn 

F-tt^’_ 

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jlgnai ' 
lion, a 
LOVELY 


«E 8 S« 

195* ZEPHYR RECENTLY RE- 
5300 345-4047 

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MMM 

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—McCALLUM MOTORS 
-DATSUN - VOLVO— 


PPPPPPPPP 

PPPPPPPPP 


PLOILEY 
SINCE liftS 


1968 FALCON Futura 4-door 
sedan, big nix, auto 
malic tranamiaaian. 
radio. Beautiful gold 
and black exterior. 
ONLY 


1966 BU1CK Le Sabre 4-door 
sedan This ia a 1-owner 
car with 47,000 miles. 
All power options. A 
very clean unit. 

ONLY 1149ft 


1963 CHEVROLET Impala 2 
door hardtop, V-8, auto¬ 
matic transmission, red 
and whit# exterior. 
Must sell at this price 
ONLY 1795 


YOUR 

BRITISH SPORTS CAR 
HEADQUARTERS 
1010 YATES 

CASH 11! 

For Top Quality 
Used Cara 


ALL CARS oarry 1-yeai 
WRITTEN WARRANTY 


1970 TOYOTA Corolla. 
Automatic trans¬ 
mission Red in color 
Excellent. 

ONLY |209ft 


ENSIGN 

CHR YSl JOI-PLYMOUTH 
DOWNTOWN 
YATES AT COOK 


STATION WAGON 


BRAND NEW 
1971 

PLYMOUTH Satellite 4-donr 
wagon, V-8 motor, auto¬ 
matic, power tailgate win¬ 
dow body protection mould 
ings, vinyl seats, H78xll 
Fibreglass tires. 

Stock No 3062 

SAIK PRICE 
1399ft 


1961 OLDS MOBILE F-85 
automatic, station 
wagon, power steering 
ONLY $600 

1969 A U 8 T I N Mach n 
"1000" this sporty look , 

ing unit has radial tiresNgfiS OLDSMOBILK Starfire l9b5 Jt:E P 4-door station 


WAGON TRADES 


SSS8SSS8SSSS88S 
S , I 

S SPEEDWAY 8 
S VOLKSWAGEN S 

I 8 

S 8 


GIGANTIC 

CLEARANCE PRICES 


m CAM FOR SALE 


D 

O 

U 

G 

L 

A 

8 

VOLKSWAGEN 


with tack and radio 
ONLY 111951 


196ft VAUXHALL Viva 2- 
door sedan, great 
transportation at this 1 
price 

ONLY Ift9ft 


hardtop. V-8, auto¬ 
matic, power steering, 
power brakea, power 
windows, radio, console 
floor shift with bucket 
seats 

ONI.Y I1595 X XXXXXXXXXX 


wagon 

Stock No 3052 
SALE PRICE I1W» 
No down payment 
139 for 36 months 


OVER 3ft MORE CLEAN 
TRADES It) CHOOSE 

FROM 


1969 AUSTIN 1300 automatic 
transmission. 

ONLY $1595 


MiCALl.l M MOTORS 
-DATSUN VOLVO- 

It I'ays to 
• TAKE a li)OK" 
at YATES and (Y)OK 
386-6188 


1967 RAMBLER 440 2-door 
hardtop. Red amt 
white. S|>ecial clear- 
ance price. 

ONLY 11295 


1966 A C A D I A N 4-donr 
station wagon, V-8 
motor, a u tnmatic, 
radio, vinyl seats. 

Stock No. 70331 
SALE PRICE 11395 
No down payment 
$60 lor 36 months 




S A H 

FOR USED CAR VALUE i 
SEE 

Victoria's TOYOTA People 

1970 CORTINA 1H0O Station' 
Wagon, automatic, only 
6 000 miles 12395 

1969 DODGE DART G.T 3- 
door hardtop, V-8. 
iiiloma tic. bucket 
seats, console shift 1239ft 

1963 MERCURY COME T, 
V-8. (tower steering, 
(tower li r a k e s . new i 
tires $595 


1963 MERC URY station 
wagon, V-8, automatic, 
radio, immaculate con-' 
dtttnn 

ONI.Y 11085 


SALE PRICES 
ON ALL 
CARS 


All Cars Government 
TESTED 
or 

GUARANTEED 
to PASS TEST 
liiHtani Financing 
on Approved Credit 


1967 CHEVROLET 4dooi 
station wagon, V-8, 
motor, a u tomatic, 
power steering, radio, 
vinyl seats 
Stock No. 91002 
SALE PRICE J1795 
No down payment 
S64 for 36 months 

X XXXXXXXXXX 1 

I 

1968 DODGE Polara 4-donr 
station wagon, V-8 

motor, au tomatic, 
power steering, radio 
Stock No. 82101 


ON 

1971 V.W. DEMOS 

IMPORTS 

70 VOLKS da luxe 

$1895 

70 TOYOTA 

$1795 

70 TOYOTA IAT) 

$1895 

69 TOYOTA 4-donr 

$1595 

69 ROVER TC 

$3295 

68 CORTINA 4-door 

$1295 

68 VOLKS de uxe 

$1385 

68 VOLKS de luxe 

$1496 

68 CORTINA GT 

$1395 

67 VW aunroor 

$1396 

67 VW de luxe 

$129ft 

66 VW custom 

$1095 

66 VOLKS (le luxe 

$1195 

66 VW' de luxe 

$995 

66 KARMANN GH1A 

$795 

65 VW wagon 

|88ft 

6ft DATSUN Wagon 

$995 

66 TOYOTA Crown 

$895 

64 VW nnlchhack 

$89ft 

63 VW notchback 

$4 9ft 

63 VW wagon 

$895 

60 MINI 

1295 

54 VW 

$295 

50 MORRIS Oxford 

$95 

— 

DOMESTICS 

69 DART GTS 

$2685 

68 FAIRLANE ftOO 

$2195 

67 CHEV Convert 

$1895 

67 WIIJX’AT 

$2295 

66 VALIANT ll T 

$1495 

96 CHEV 4-dr. (AT) 

$695 

Uft ACADIAN Hardtop 

$895 

61 COMET 

1395 

59 PONTIAC IAT) 

$249 

— 

TRUCKS 

70 VW' pickup 

12395 

68 FORD pickup 

$2195 

lift FORD !*-tan 

$895 

64 VW 6 pats P t f. 

$995 

Hi PODGE pick-up 

$795 


YOUR LARGL8T 
VOLKSWAGEN DEALER 
ON THE ISLAND 


CAMPERS 


phalia camper Radio. 
1-owner, undercoat ing 
Low miles, balance of 
new car warranty 
ONLY 13995 


1969 V OLKfiWAGEN Weat- 
phalia camper. Radio, 
undercoating. Red and 
w?dte finish, 1-owner 
26,000 miles 

ONLY 1389ft 


141 FOREIGN IMPORT 
AND SPORTS GAM 



& 

Et* 

1M JAGUAR MARK II 31 
sedan. speed with egecdrtvo. AM 

gg’Ss.-'M-aJ 


Sd“ 

INI HUMUR SUPER SHIRR- 


lei*.' dr I v to* 

. To Mil, eetoe N 


'to TRIM 

tonneau. 

70A% 

IV. 

Automotive 
INI GTS. I OWNER. SALE 
^rjced 119*0. For particular*. 3SS- 

!|«nTfIAT 114 SPORT SPIDER, 
going wifHii. mail Mil, Mil 


HARDTOP, 
I I mmecuk 

iltufljji 


It 


1968 V Ol KSWAGEN West¬ 
phalia camper. Radio, 
undercoating. blue and 
white in color, com¬ 
pletely reconditioned 
ONLY $3695 


liM MGB, VERY GOOD CONDI 


144 TRUCKS AND BUSES 
Hi VAUU8 TRADES 
44 F*lcen It. W«A.. 4 CVt- 
41 INT Vflon P.U., V-4, 

sgTi?"' 

*82' 

M WILIYS 4X4 Mcfeue 
44 l.H. Vtor ekkue, 4-sod 

uchIV t.w., v-a, tow 


'/wt 


• m 
1 


Traeas tta pto — I 

INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER 
SI) HaraW It MAI4M 

"TRUCKI ROR SALS' 

SilVW? 

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t-ton tlstd 
COLWOOO MOTORS. 47B-1M4 

IBM ISLAND HIGHWAY_ 

TEEL DRIVE SALE I 





MSA 1 

.. 'srTi . 

proven and 

PKDEN LTD. 

>i St. 

INTERNATIONAL. 4-CYL. 44- 
pickup 4x4, 4 studded »now 
lira*, 7S*xt* New battery. I.ooa 
lb Warn winch, naw 11.371 Last 
winch MIS 47B-S1M 
in; C M E V . Vj-TON WITH 
duty iprlnot 


CAM AMD TXDCW 
WANTED 


CAM AND TRUCKS 
WANTED 

Cuh In 9 Uinutu 

- PUMLEY - 

low y>m it. 


INSTANT CASH FOR 
Spurt, Car* and Import, 
BRIAN HOLLEY 9IOTQM 
9319 Duugla, — 394-1161 


CASH 

For (loud Ctaan Ckn 

HORWOOD 9iO TOM 
SlO.Johnaun 


SKU4NO 

CASH OR CONSIGN 
ART’S CARS - 913-8302 


aSiP* 

sw»r»jw 


■ CAMPERS, 

ANI> MOTOR HOMES 


condition 


tifttf 


irtar 


SUM. A t 


DUNE RUGGY. METAL FLAKED 1 ISM CHEV. N LONG WIDE SOX, 
chromias, *0 h p. vinyl lop oood condition Brand naw w -“ 

- IT*S. accao* 


blUf Chrutmww, mi rt.i 
Tsslad. 57SO 477-4451 

ISM SPRITE 
4* 000. 


REBUILT 

_taatad oiu 

bought E-typa, must sail. Sto-3740 


1961 VOLK8W AG E N I iEn. 


SPEEDWAY 
VOLKSWAGEN 
FOR 18 YEARS 


SALE PRICK $2495 UNDER THE REVOLVING 


1968 AUSTIN MINI 


1964 VOLK SW A < 
Beetle 


$995 

E N 
$695 i 


1967 T O Y O T A 


CORONA 
$1295 

1968 CORTINA G T. $1696 10 

1964 VAUXHALL, low mile 
age 1665 

1964 C H R Y S 1, E R . V-8 P 
power steering, power P 
braking $795 

1961 CHEV PANEL 


Open to 9 p m. 


169ft 

1966 RIJICK SKYLARK $1295 

Many More at Your 
TOYOTA HQ 

SAUNDERS 4 IIITCHMAN 

2040 Cadboro Ray rd at 
Foul Ray Rd. 

592 2471 


l»*f DODGE SUPEB BEE 
matallic eraan. 434 haml, 4-see*d. 
functional hood scoop*. 124x0 or 
boat oil*' MS-3*34. 

1*4* MUSTANG FASTSACK, 341 V-| 
I. power steering and brake* M3- 

5WT S-7 pm. 

FORD CAPR 


M 

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T - 

O 

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I D G I. E 


No down (tayment 
$88 tor 36 months 

X XXXXXXXXXX 

1969 FORD 4-door station ( 
wagon. V 8 motor ,| 
automatic, |N>wer steer 
mg 

Stock No 8296 
SALE PRICE $2585 

No down payment 
$91 for 36 month* 

X XXXXXXXXXX 

’ 1909 METEOR Rideau 500 4 
door station wagon, V-8 
motor, automatic, vinyl 
teats 

Stork No 8293 
SALE PRICE $2595 

No down payment 
$91 for 36 months 

X XXXXXXXXXX 


VOLKSWAGEN8 

BOTH SIDES OF YATES 
385-2415 


THREE 
POINT 
MOTORS 

1971 TOYOTA PICKUP 
WITH CANOPY ONLY 
4.000 MllJftfi. 

ONLY 12.295 


Cam p'e r conversion, 
louvered tide window 

eta. 

ONLY $2895 


Plus 25 uied 
Volkswagens 


PIU* 25 Premium 
Uaed Domestic Cara 

BANK FINANCE 
O 11 Approved Credit 

3329 DOUGLAS ST. 
388-5466 
Open 9 'til 9 

XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX 
X X 

X PETER POLLEN X 
Y FORD X 

X X 

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XXX 

X 

WHERE YOU 
BUY WITH 
CONFIDENCE 

Over 63 Premium 
Reconditioned Cara 
and Trucks to 
Choose from 

ALL SOU ) W ITH 
7-DAY 

MONEY HACK 
GUARANTEE 


ISVSdiS 


I. EXCELLENT CONDI 
flrwa. radio, wlra wheat*. 


n^iaSLMWT 

year BRAND NEW 

pkkup. full 

MC W 


IM TRUCK* AND BUSES 


ENSIGN 

CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH 
FARGO 

TRUCK CENTRE 
YATES AT COOK 


1101 YAT! 

IfIB VOLKSWAGEN VAN, «*• 
callant condition. oatra*. murt bt 
seen la bt appreciated IMi Fh 
47*-3474 

1*44 RANCHERO M* V-4 COM 
plait cuatom built campor. excel 
lam ronSHton, HUB 4r bo*t oHai 
47* 1007. 

4* FORD CAMPERETTf. WILL 

44 GMC V, TON. V I. AUTO- 
matic. lika naw Madtan Motor*. 
}*«l iooka Rd. 47IS314 

TRUCK CANOPY FOR SALE 
Pa» toil ol malarial* Only *» 
Phuna 47*-MU 


KEIJ-Y-8PRINGFIELD 

"PRESTIGE" 


lanoking fur value? 
NOMAD HAS IT 
lacking for style? 
NOMAD HAS IT 


OAMFBBA, 1 
AND MOTOi! 1 


INVENTORY 


• III 


Gold 

Staves - with oven, | 
door, $116 95 (5 only). 


Cemper Dnora 
Colonial or White 
Painted, $58 96 


75-lb. Mirror 
Ice Bax*». $32 


12 Volt Dome 
Lights, $1 95 


Cor Ion Glaaa 
lined Pail. *21 .M 

HI Dap Pre-Ftnished Panel* 
- ( % colon! 

$6 96 8heet 

Hickory Pre-finlahed Panels, 
$6.25 sheet. 


The trailer with style 
price to tit all needs. 


|Avo or Coppertnne Meynell 
Istovea with ovens, $88.96 (I 

I only). 

anri Many. Many More 
Not Listed "Specials" 


INTRODUCTORY OFFER M 
19«* S C ahnwer 
model. ONLY $3750 

21\k' S.C. shower 
model ONLY $4295 

231k’ Twin hath 
model ONLY $4650 


See the fabulous NOMAD al I 

COASTLINE TRAILER 
CENTRE <VIC 1 LTD 
642 Burnside. 388-6021 

Vancouver Ialand'a Holidalre 
and Travelaire Dealer 


—RANOELL- 

•EMI-lraltor— imm 

kida aniranca CAMPER, paa 
•lac trk tridea. turnaca. ovan. 
prc*»ur« watar doubia sink. 


PETER POLLEN 
FORD 

1060 Yates SI 384-1144 


BRAND NEW 
1971 

FARGO 
Sport pickup 
Ixmg box deluxe 
'.'-tone painl naekuge 
STOCK NO 4862 
SALE PRICE 
$1195 

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TRADES 

1967 FORD 'a-tnn 
Stock NO 8290 

I ALE PRICE $1795 

No down payment 
$64 for 36 month* 

xxxxxxxxxxx X! 

1968 FORD ‘a-lon, 4 speed 
transmlbsion 

• . Stock NO 8288 

SALE PRICE $2195 

No down |>ayoient 
$77 for 36 month* 


TUBELESS WHITEWALLS 
EXCHANGE SPECIALS 


400x1. ... 

440.13 |R 

735.14 - 
775*14 
•35* 


II 

f (j[) 

‘ 57 6*1 


NOW 

NOW 

NOW 


Il7.fi 


14 (REG 11*3) NOW 
li (REG 13 71) NOW 
14 (Rtf — 


8i8 


1*44 VOLKSWAGEN BEETLE 
ilka naw. *750 7534 Govarnmanl 

Straat 3SS-S44A 


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CHARGEX 
OR 

•PAY DAY TERMS" 

DAD TIRE 
1620 Rlanshaid 382-7283 


US I'AKTH, A(OHMOttit> 

OUR NLW l OCA I .ON 
41 SO Blanchard Straat 
Ydyr far'* "Haarl" I* lha 
, BATTERY 
' For a Strone, 

Sura start Every 
time GET an "ACME 
LOWEST PRICES IN TOWN 
Dalivarad and Intlallad 

FRANCIS RATTERY A 
TIRES LTD. 

Ralraadine Spanahti* 


Him 

• l*M 

)«tol. .IMP. 

DOGWOOD TRAILER SALES 
Part* -- Prepaea Rwdato 
Randall Trallar* and 
'ampar*. 47t-4ar 

1*4* ECONOLINE WINDOW VAN 
campar immaculat* Lika naw 
Lone whael bate. New tire* Ju»t 
lauad Propene-alaclrlc (ride* and 
»tove Dinette Sleep* I i 
tanl plalltrm Nlca 
drapat Only I5.0M mile* _. 
ciMted Mu*t be teen to be 
eearecleted. For • pulck ule. 
SJ**I Haldln Motor*, corner c< 
moreni end Blenaherd. 344-4713 


left, came and lek* your 
ipeciel dlicount Watherbv 
Thomo* Lid. lilt Admiral* Road 
at Craleflowar 
1*4* FORD Fit 


toilet— 
i- CAMPER 
TRAILER. 


■ window 
Under 


X JfclHfi 


MPER SPC 

. 40 angina 


FENNELL’S 
TRAILER SUPPLIES 
6458 Pat Bay Hwy 
<52-2511 

Serving you 7 days a week 
RENT 

MOTOR HOME 

I Sleeps 8, self-contained, off 
season rates available 
BOOK NOW 

I PURVIS FLACK TRAILER 
SALES LTD 

1915 Quadra, acruss from 
the Curling Rink 
Phone 388-9IMS 382-4611 

SE AGULL CAMPERS 
PROWLER TRAILERS 
DIVISION OF DOMINION 
MOTORS LTD. 

•W Seagull campar. 1 burner with 
ovan. blower fan. chemical tollai 
furnace and 7S-fb. Ice bo*. 11,4*5 
Trallar awning*. SM *5 and up 
Campers bough) for cash 
or consign 

1812 Douglas St 385-5012 

13’ ARISTOCRAT Uailei 
Fully aalf-contained. $1295 
CORNELL, CHEVROLET 
OLDSMOBILK, 3050 Doug- 
las 385-5777. 

8ECURITY CAMPERS 
WINNEBAGO MOTOR 
HOMES 

MORRIS 

TRAILERS AND CAMPERS 
1*1* Douglas el Burnside 3»4 1 1 u 
CANADIAN MOTOR HOMES 


nilas 


fS JM JuV 


TENT TRAILER WITH ll'XIO’ 
addition. mallrassas. cafalytk 
haatar. 2 fold labia*. 4 camp 
Stool*. |M 454 2044 2*74 Wellar 

Avanu*. Sidney 

12X14. TBEDROOM FURNISHED 
mobile home Sal up In nice 
family park 41700 or nearest 
otter 471 $104, 


•|ned Sleep* 4. 

1*70 CARHOME, I TON CHASSIS, 
dual wheal*. Scamper body, mile 

»i*laJ03J5 ilk * * mn * r 


JACKSONS 
Goldalraam Estata* 

*74 Goldalraam Ava Hwy 
1*44 OMC V.-TON HEAVY DUTY 
II.M0 milt*, with '40 10' Security. 
Vanity. Pride*, ovan and heater 
vary clean. If,4*5 

S J PKDEN LTD 

MSS Quasnal St i«4 34*4 

IDEAL FOR LAMPS M. 2 At 
berta school buses. I*S0 Interna 
ttonal 10-passanger good tondi 
lion. M00 1*43 Men 34 pissangei 
naw motor, new liras, St.100 471 
4334 after 4 pm 


IMI RAMBLER 
Wager Naw motor, 
S33J MS-5040 


1969 BIUCK RIVIERA 
ALL POWER EQUIP 
ME NT, IMMACU 
I ATE. 

ONLY $4.2861** 1 

1*33 FORD 3 DOOR SEDAN 
condition Chev powered Al 

1969 FORD PICKUP. DE- ,4 • i0,, ^drkavMl* 

LUXE CANOPY. 

ONLY $2 295 


1968 FO R D *a-l n 
motor 

Stark NO 8291 
SALE PRICE. 

No dm* n imympnl 
$77 fur 36 mmilhii 


1 callant condition. a«lras 
j ^M)one , *7» 3?7I * W,< '***** 


13.4*1 


FOR R 
with dt ..— 
Fully equipped 
fortably US we 
reliable pooele 
4147 


70 FORD »a TON 
Cavomon tamper 
tlaeps 4. com 
7c par mil* to 
477 3347 or M4 


FOR RENT TENT 
slaaps 4. mallrassas 

*- i. 175 per weak tro 
302 5525 


TRAILER 
.. jfova. Ian- 
rom AueuD 14. 


v H 19*0 MERC MOTOR 

over, factory rallavad, radne i 
tons. Edlebrnck heads, track cam.I 

•diuitabla 'appals, dutch and 1 * 4 * «e TON FORD. V-4. 4 SPEED 
thavad IIy wheel facial conline | transmission and t0'* 1*4* Gold 1 ' 

$2195 »v»tam and pump 1tl4 Olds molnr. line .amptr with tollai will (ell 1 tent TRAILER COMPRISING 

rem. rb *d(uilable* rocCm**^ Vord 1 l4< “ " ,m ** m7 me»t?e J? A lr U tSSS"^w7lh 

edapied All new pert* in both WANTED) _VO L K S W_A GEN fjdad fcyetH pra9,n * 


EXCEPTION Al, 
SMALL CARS 1 

CLEAN! 

RECONDITIONED! 
!MM)ay Warranty' 


EXCELLENT l- kj \i (1 y 
house, must nJ r " ™ v u ' 
741 *1*4, Duncan, after 5 a m matir 


71 FORD CAPRI 
< ondltion Building 
sell 74S 9IM. Dui 


IMPURT WAGON8- 

1968 SUNBEAM Arrow 
door station wagon. 
Stttck No. 82091 
SALE PRICE $1295 
No down payment 
$47 for 36 months 

xxxxxxxxxxx 


$1577 


Epir. RUl 
$1577 

1*13 CONSUL, GOOD MOTOR 68 VAUXHALL .4ed«n $1477 .^ai V A t' V H Al I 
end paint 47* $43) aft.r I 3S37 y , _ lllllf 1V A X H Al I 

Cara* hii v a 1 \ H A lit. statlcn station wagon 

Slock No 90621 
SALE PRICE $1395 

olds, starfire lon T I No down payment 

vaMt^. at. power go^t cwwi.ion N0 WWN PAYMENT $50 for 38 month. 

1*47 CAMARO 340, 4 SPEED I AC CREDIT! 

dlsr brakes, eeU JmcUon poiygi.i APPROVAL. LIFE IN- X X X X X X X X X X X 
SURED PAYMENT 
PROTECTOR Pi.AN 


1968 FIAT 124" COUPE. V 
SPEED TRANS, 
RADIO 

ONLY 12.295 

1966 DAT8UN PICKUP 
WITH CANOPY 
ONLY $1,095 

TAKE THE WORRY OUT 
OF BUYING A USED CAR 
BY BUYING IT AT 


_ GALAXIE 500. 4 DOOR 

power steering automatic, radio. 2 
snow lira* 51450 5*3 3074 


IM5 CHEVROLET SUPERSPORT 
convertible Power equipped Ask 
ing 11400 or best offer 450-II44 


radio, M7S 
*4 CORTINA 1400 DELUXE 
good condition 4/7-3104 


Offers 342 4045 
RADIATOR REPAIRS. PAST TOP 

v v v v v v v V v v Y \ iiu4lily r 4 d) 4 l 0 r rap#! 

A A A A A A A A A A A A M-ur(tri Ag|o #<K , y JJy 

SI. Phona 384 3171 located behind 
the Burnside Pay and Sava Ga* 

1969 FARGO HUM) 'a-lon Slallon 

ptrkup. V-8 motor, rings, bearings, gaskets. 
automatic, radio. 


per or Solar trail 
sensible price 3IB-94B4 
CUSTOM BUILT 
Sale f*S*e ,, » 


Stock NO. 8185 
SALE PRICE $2595 
No down (tayment 
$93 for 36 months 


• ■change brake shoes, drum turn¬ 
ing. pin lltllne, valve seal mechln 
toe. 

CORDS PISTON RINGS 
At 134 Johnson SI 
MANY OOOD PARTS . 

Chev and 'S4 Ponliec Inc I 

“ " - Ira 


flalheed motor, _ _ 

power steering, good betterl 

XXXXXXXXXXX X I l^b U i.p r *dlK.. “TfPtlc -- 



v-a, f 

'/■SIO*. 


Carey 

1*44 CHEVELLE 4 DOOR. V S. wagon 
good condilon. lesled snow tires Hli VOLKS WAGF.N Fast 
17*5 M3 7433 


hack 


$1177, 


liras, geugues, 3*4 *42 j 
1**1 ZEPHYR. GOOD MEfHANI 
ral condition. 1300 or best oiler 
3*44741, S-7. 

l*/e DODGE CHALLENGER. 
v^nyMoof. mag*, must sell Offers 

1*44 Dodge Polere, 311, V I, aufo 
metlc, new fires, tage^acfc, lesled 


I *57 AUSTIN. 4 CYLINDER 
Moving, must tall Good condition. 
1175 471-Mtl 

57 CHEV. HARDTOP, M3, 
eloas, chroma whael*. good rondl 
lion 14 4-*444 

1*4* FORD 1 DOOR. NEEDS 
work Good restoration poianllai 
Offers 471-2804 

MUST SELl 1*44 AUSTIN 
Good runnln* ordar Taslec 
Or labor Asking S3M 4/14414 

1*43 STUDEBAKER 
ronvarilbl*. C 
S375 MS-***I 


GREMLIN MATADOR 
HORNET 

AMBASSAfXJH JAVF.I.IN 

at 

RFG MIDGLEY MOTORS 
LTD. 

736 Clover dale Ave. 
385-8756 

’ iRS 


1970 TOYOTA Corona Mark 
II, 4-door a t a 11 o n 
wagon 

Stock No. 8290 
SALE PRICE $2505 
No down |>ayment 
$91 for 36 months 


THREE 

POINT 

MOTORS 

GOVERNMENT AT 
HILLSIDE 
385-6737 


•ood repossessed car*. 313-3547 
IGEN BEE 
11500 47S-I 
OFFERS 


477 


1969 fi.M C ’s-lnn pickup. 4- 
• peed tranfunisninn. 
radio 

Stork-NO 8286 
SALE PRICE $’2595 
No down payment 
$91 for 36 month* 

XXXXXXXXXXXX 


'57 CHEV. IN CHASSIS 
headars, MS 7" Goodyear slicka 
900*15, with whaala. S*0 Tandem 
car Iraiiar. I3J0 m 3245 
AT I ENT .ON LAMPLR OWNERS 
Aualliary gas tanks, lira mounts 
and bumpers Oak Bay Taiaco, 
l*«o Oak lav Ave . 5** 341 1 


CADILLAC 
... 

k US TOM KOACH TRAVEL 
t *• •*c*llant condi¬ 

tion. Si.075 477-34*1 

•OX TRAILERS - svy*4. 4.4, 

ARISTOCRAT .. 
equipped,'like naw'^fc'j/JO.' 

FORDS CAMPER AND TRAILER 
Parti and Accassorlti 
uoke Rd 471-S*ll 

ISLE HOLIDAY TRAILER 
antals Book now lor Augual. 4S3- 


TRAVEL 
S fully 


TIMBERLAND CAMPERS 

stream Road 

HOMEMADE l‘ CAMPER I 
headroom, ideal for hunting, list* 

to*. 13*0 SM-3017 

MOTELS COSTLY? RENT 

Powlla'i hardtop trailers. *44 

weakly 3*4 3403 __ 

CHEVY VAN 

SJio A' 

COLLAPSIBLE TENT TRAILEi 
llttPl 4, good condition, spare llr 
1 double mattress, S3SQ. 471-317* 


WRECKING 1*4* MACH 
lang 151 Windsor wiih 
•ulo. white bucket seats 
744 4313 


AND 

OTR 


, act* 


. GOOD c O 
]|?-S04* 4 

i VW CAMPER GOOD CONDI 

,, - i. Ni - 

47* 5313 

ELECTRIC* IS' TRAVEL TRAILER, SLEEPS 
. SIMP* i I. propane stove and fridge, goon 
condition, tows easy 1*3-7417 

, W: SUinFR ” 

TENT TRAILER FOR SALE OR I FOR RENT: IS* TRAVEL TRAM 
1 rani. SI7I or 135 4/1 4*41 t r. deeps 4 , 131 wMkly M44M77 



4/1 2701 


1*44 RAMBLER. AUTOMATIC, 
power ileering, air (ondltioninu 
All oplionels Tow hllch Superior 
44. Superior-Oswago 

1*54 DODGE. TESTED TILL JAN 
uary. MO 1*43 Pontiac, aacallent 
mechanical < ondliton, S700 
5*2 7 504 


EXCELLENT 1970 G M C. \ lnll pickup TWO 14" TIREI WITH FORD OR 
V-8 motor, aiiiomalii. j*!fi '|77 
I tower steering. wreck 

Stoc k NO 8299 »«to. 

SAI.K PRICK VI595 
convertirle No down |>aymi.'nl 
$129 for 16 months 


ING 41 ALPIN 
m transmission, c 
id. etc 477 4305 


l Winning Contract 


“i 


64 G T 0 , Hursl 4-Spaed, mag*. 

bin kali. 41,(too miles »1$»4 
57 FORD Rant hero V-* lop 

45 CORVAIR Sport Coup# U*5 
41 V 4 ! a'T. Vi'"*"" - C ‘ > ° W ' r »4*S 


DAN, 

Call 

474- 


M BUICK SEDAN. POWER #'nd" chr 0 "ia ~Car"fn^mfnl - conril 
ford*^ Nlea A UMdlfjgn^^ovarnnwni INS FORD CUSTOM SEC 
.c 0N0 « y «. 

*wncn. unars (( 4 c „,Lg ifj „ an< 

1*47 SIMCA 1000 LOW MILEAGE,, radio. 51.000 mllaa. Tarry. 1*4 
good runnlne cendllien, SMO d4yl 

, 4 . 7 

*efl e jJ(r 


STATION 
fc. good 


'XI DBTWf* “ u 


MUST 
Men 

or 01 

*7 CORTINA i 

SMI MT* 

1*43 VOLKSWAGEN ISM SER 

nurttTwP f00- 

sjssfau'iiA 


DOOR WAGON. 4 


1*47 FORD FAIRLANE 4 DOOR 
4453 

'44 CHEV . 4 CYLINDER. STAff- 
dard shlil, radio, whitewalls. 

w^Larw 1 !. 


ENSIGN 

niRYSLER-PLYMOl ITH 
DOWNTOWN 
YATE8 at COOK 
OPEN 

WEEKDAYS 
TILL 9 P.M. 
386-2411 


19*1 DODGE DART. I OWNER, !** J . 1 F J' L £2'Si,. UCEN,ED TE4T 
21.000 miles. V-4. II, 100 1944 «f. SI** IN-3*17 

..LIN t-j—» MI ' ia °°' 41 AUSTIN 11*0, IMMACULATE. 

selooP. MOO 5*0-330* vary low mileage SlIlT3*3 7*45 

MUST SELL, GOING TO AUS '43 VW VAN EXCELLENT BEST 
trail*, 4* Austin America, good oflar 10 M«5 5*3 7539, 5N-342* 
loiHfiiion, radio new lira*. 0,000 

miles SikM or best oflar 3S4-UD1 

1*4* VOLVO 143. REAR WINDOW 

rieiroslsrs , power disc brakes. 

. r im Julv , 7} 


FLY WHEEL 

__ j cam. for 313 

4441, ask for John 


RMHabie 


1*47 AUSTIN IM COUNTRYMAN. 
Just laslad. aiceltonf c ondliton 


'44 CADILi 

»liSai 


LAC 

1 -door hare 
11 lent condl 


•Kii," 


3tl'*£, i rw! 3 p 

neared offer 477-11*0 4 ] p 

DODO E ^POWER^ AGON 


1*70 TOYOTA MARK II, 7 DOOR 
H T Clean condition Bad offer 10 
*1.575 *74 Goldslraam Ava., Hwy 
IA 

44 CORVETTE, * TOPS, NEW 
liquor paint Mud sell gulrklv 
Best trade or oflar accepted 
345-0* 3T 

1*47 CHEV IMPALA 7 DOOR 
j hardtop First 1141 lakes 433 
1 Dallas Raed, after 5 a m 
1)970 BARRACUOA - IMMACU- 
1 late. 113, 4-speed, rally package, 
slareo, mag*. IBS-1774. 

I* to METEOR CLUB COUPE, 
new paint, O.O., chremtoe, etc. 
| Nil Epson Drive. 

^ M «JLJlSf 0 RL.*i» 

•4*7 attar 4 

1*57 FORD METEOR 4 DOOR 

5 flhda#' K 'fr ** 

4 SATELI 
•■cellent 


FOB Ell i N IMPURT 
ANI 3 hPUKTN CAMS 


1*4* TRIUMPH SPITFIRE MK 3. 
wlra wheals, automatic radio. 

II,4M 477 *944 ar 3*5*333 


IS' FACTORY BUILT FLAT 

dack complete with slake ddas,> 

5375 1*3 3*43 

MONTEREY. BELLHOUSING. FLY WMEE_L 'llieie IT* many 

gulden rules at bridge 
and each and every 
Vdromafic one of them aliuuld he 
broken occasionally. 
IE JJ* P u t your*elf in 

Eaet a place in till* 
mg a parts, wire wheels, deal. Your partner 
,,k T<,m !|p«rt« Ihf nine of dla- 

wwRaa Kuwar rt ' c " ,rer 

» FARGO W TOR PLUS S3 wln * W 1 ' h ‘ 

Morris Minor M4-730I1 

MGA HOOD. TRUNK. D.IV.RA 
*■' *— door and 2 rear landers 475 4750 

57 RANCHERO. 


»> NOMARIt N4Mt HKK >< MENKEN 


HEV TRANSPORTATION 
Runs wall SM 314-53*0 


BELLHOUSING, 
dual distributor 

XXXXXXXXXXX.\ rh#w 4*3- 

1954 OLDSMOI 
lor parts Gc ' 

ENSIGN transmission 

CHR Y8LKR-PI.Y MOUTH 
YATES at TOOK 
186-2411 


Veit 

Noeo 


ON LONG BOX WANTED 

Good rubber good or bad shape 479-3017 

’** ECONOLINE VAN SEE 

1*4* Ch«v ke-lon pickup, 3*7 angina. Haldln Motors ad under Class IM 
OT U nnBr%W kSS,i “ t WRiCKING » FAIRLANE. ALL 
1*41 AUSTIN HEALEY 3000 ASK- ||*“ •“*—“**—44tofr*l Hefly, *tc. lUtoSto! 

^ SIM Pt “* 


H,,bmRe, After , A RI. 


VMT 

*7» 

*5 ir a t a 

Oil 

*4171 


NORTH 

♦ g III » 

9 A k l 
0 k 1 4 

* V J 10 * 


I UiT 

* 4 I 

21 ' • 

^ 16 7)1 
I ktli 


801(1 H ID I 

I A li j I I I 

9 7 I 

ft * g) 

* A 


Phon, m-UII 


HI 


*«« 


OR SALE 


I AAR 


ite, y-*, 


1*4* ROVER TC, LOW MILEAGE, l*4» GMC VAN CAMPER 

tf/ttoTl intipi ' >,,#0 C4 * h sV*' r * bUl ” ,ft#r 

194* TRIUMPH CONVERT . NOTH 1*4* CHEVJJ TON, L0N6~1>rB> 

», l 8Svfc."sra? tR.Sfc.Twi- 

irrurm.’ 

m#n. 

1**7 SUNBEAM ALPINE, GOOD 


6) PONTIAC. 4-DOOR IUI t, 

SStiU&XiJVii' "fBm 

molar 4)Sd« 


fuviiuk afi» v 


• CU. -N WITH 


ijtt.£r, ic «£A c jy-, E si.fSS ND ' 

vou, ‘ 


» rn„N L. nb BUI 

1*4* M-TON FORD, V I, 4 SPEED 
•ransmlsston Spill rims S279S. ML 
2**7 

IN7 DATSUN PICKUP, GOOD 
condition, only SW0 413-7741 

TON^c HEAVY 

'2kfS5"^ y ,».Um HOM 


VAN S 
tor rlass 




IGZ AUTO REPAIH6, 
HEB$iCE AND TO WINO 
YOU R B 

hauled away. -— .. 

sfris * 

•31T New hours: Open 4 am., 
closed I p m. 


Tke kiddia|i 
Soalk teal 

8 * 

• 7 


P**e 

Paae 

Pus 


Nortk 

I* 

4 NT 


t • •• 
Hast 
Pa** 

All pea 


O pea leg load I Nib* *< ^ • 


king, dro|)|)ing the Jack 
from hi* uwn hand. De¬ 
clarer then play* the 
queen nf club*. How do 
you view the future? 

Some defender* 
would play low at this 
point without much 
thought (After all, It 
ju*t isn’t done to cover 
the top card of such a 
strong sequence ) But 
let’* say you ere made 
of atemer *tuff. 

Declarer he* no loser* in diamonds, and probably 
iv C ffaa*rnTb& I J»i M c ' A li n,,ne in trumiie. To smite him low, quite clearly you have 
car* brousht .to ««r tx> take at least one trick In olube. 

Tlierefure your partner ha* got to have the ace, and 
once you begin to think along these lines you realise (hat 
Volkswagen parts It cannot be wrong to go In with the king In the actual 

a vaiiabi* •! cm*, the king hold*, and no matter whet 8outh doe* from 

go.. tV^ A Mi?ibi AU ™ LTD m 4 .i«i» thU R° ,nt on - he wind* up taking seoond money 

G....MHU.M W-mil If you f«lled lo pUy UiR king, dedRrer would makA 

the contract. After loetng the trick to your partner's acc, 
he would win any return, drafetrump*. and lead another 
club from dummy. Your king would become a deceased 
monarch and declarer’s losing heart would vanish. 

A Ball-McC tore SygSicata Paalwrs 


LICENSED 
>EE moblla marhsnl 
141 and r. 


LL AUTOMATIC 
Specialists, 3*4-3151 
iransmlaalons from 
l from S11 *5 


EUROPEAN 
nlc. f4*L 


•asofiabl* Jerk. 3*4-45*4 


IB CAMPIM, T1UIIIII IM 
AND KOfOi 


MONTH END CLEARANCE 
UIED TRAILERS 

70 C IT AT ION, ar 

asking $499$ 

68 SCAMPER 14 fridge and 
heater $1986 

70 SHASTA 16' fully self 
contained $28fiG 

67 VANGUARD 16' toilet, 
heater, fridge $2195 

67 SPRITE 16', loaded with 
extras $1895 

66 R O L I T E . fold down 
type $1886 


CAMPER SPECIALS 

At our service centre, Store 
end Fiagard street*, just 
south of Capital Iron. 

65 104 tide dinette, toilet, 
oven, fridge, sleep* 5, com¬ 
plete with jack* $2295 
64 18* MAJOR WAY. fridge, 
S burner stove, fibre glass 
roof $1816 

86 GALAXIE I aide dinette, 
fridge, stuve, oven $1395 
6ft 8' short cab over, ice 
box, stove $895 


AND PARKS 

OOKIMG FOR A 

om* In cau 4 i» 

rakiw 

lux* 

m 

more 

Phona ^ 

GLENKEY MOBILE 
HOMES LTD. 

"Your key to better living" 
2705 Douglas St. at Hillside 
385-2491 385-2492 



lit HIIMMRB BKMOKTB 

OVER BURY RESORT, THETII 
Island. J|to*t » • m ll y ^vacaltofl 


IVERBURY RESORT, THETII 
Itoael family 
kln« 

bast salmon . 
tombar, Oc!o_. 
units still avBiMlito 

Waakly rata*. Phona 713 
.174* 


PURVIS FLACK 

TRAILER BAINES LID. 

1915 Quadra, across fmm|‘ 

the curlina rink C0ME T0 FENDER ISLAND 

me curling rin». 0| , #f Cov< Lodw offtr| yQ 

Every sale i* backed up by'swimming, tennis, shuffle boarc 
friendly eerylce. | SSJLTl, 

Phone 388-9188 ! 3331 or write R R I. Port Wasl 

SERVICE DEPT 382-4611 ' ‘ 


. or 744 *74 



8 J. PEDEN LTD. 

YOUR 

VANGUARD DEALER 
CAMPER REDUCTION!! 

We must reduce our large 
stock of 1971 Vanguard 
campers. Vanguard has a 
ramper for every need and 
every budget Now is the 
lime to buy one of these 
quality Vanguard campers. 

USED UNIT 
SPECIALS 


&HAWNIGAN LAKE. DUE T 
cancallatioe. fully furnished cab I 

QUALICUM BEACH: 7 ACRE 
waterfront homa. 530 par da 
Victoria Prase. Box SSI Victor! 


FURNISHED 

L h ri 


COTTAGE 0 

iiA l mnr™ al 


MODERN 3-BEDROOM CO 

III mi him 

AOTOMMODAIION 


Sontambar 1. 114* par month . 

49*3 batwtan 3:3* and 4:31 or A 
Bay 743 5500 


SUITES AVAILARLE BY D 
or weak. Reasonable rates, u 
plaialy equipped. For more In 
melton phona Michelangelo. 
•1*7 or 3&MI3 


l*M GMC Li-Ion Imovv duty. 

11.0*0 mitos. wilh M 10' security. . 
vanity, frig, ovan and haalar vary 
CUM IM’S 

I Slog par. lea bux 5725 

ACCOMMODATION OFF RO 
HUlLDINti? land Large sleeping room v 

aii material, in slock to •»!•*• HlSSt" JffSiVto fee-iSl"*' ' nV 
your own campar or Iraiiar Lai m * n '*' 3*3-5310' 3*4-1*30 
u* save you lit on all your | qocC 
building needs. - p 


NOW OPEN WED 
THIJRS AND FRI. 
NIGHTS 'TIL 9:00 

S J PKDEN Lit 


4 up Bn 


CLABELLA GUEST HOUSE 
home of "Cost si bon rt 
sarie " Rooms single *4 t " 
let) MS-9030. 777 Glanslv 
I BEDROOM AND BACHEl 
luily furnished, dally, waakly 
monthly 5*3 *51* 
iVERY CHEAP, DAILY 


•' ' r.i'r.ni i.ii' waakly, avarvlhtoe supplied, 

'!8ftft Quesnel St. 386-3464 porch included 3*4-5*30 


•TERR Y" 

Travel Trailer* 

EVERYTHING you 
want for your comfort. 

"They must tie *een" 
to be appreciated. 

In stock for immediate 
delivery 16' 19'; 20’; 

20V; 21' 

AT PRICES 
you will l>e 
SURPRISED AT 

MULLINS MARINE 
SALES LTD. 

(Trailer Division) 
382-1928 382-4515 

925 YATES 


QUIET PRIVATE HOME, CL' 
In singl* ti, double 57 Prl 
| hath 315-3541 

188 (iON$ AI.ICM'KNT A) 
BEST HUM Eh 


rest room 

"our .... 
service 


VAN S DE LUXE HOME 
First clast services, nurse 
hours. Ideal for couple or I 
who need attention, 5350 m 
1135 McClure, 3*7 *0*3 
EXCELLENT ALL ROUND C 
lor elderly man and wo 
Large, bright rooms, Sp« 
grounds View Manor Rest k 

AVAILABLE AUGUST 
large attractive private roo 
Belgrove House (5 quails < 
Mrs Irving. RN 4S31SS7 

VACANCY AT THE ENG 
Manor Resthome, by the se 
in floor for aldorly 




MOBILE HOMEh 
AM) PARKH 


BOB S TRAILER SALES 


yxti 

344-5413 


TO CLEAR 

'71 ARISTOCRATS 
for 

'72 MODKIxS lo 
ARRIVE in 1 Week 

'71 25 fl CLASSIC 
Reg. $5895. Now $5395 

■71 20 fi LANDMARK 
Reg $4395 Now $3995 

fl 17 ft luAND COM¬ 
MANDER 

Reg. $2995. Now $279ft 

12 wide and douhie 
MOBILE HOMES 

LANDSCAPED I GTS 
For all ixir luune* 

Eazllfl hitches 
INSTAUfFD ANYTIME 


LOVING CARE FOR AAD 
or Father Cell Mrs Meek 
9315. 

FAIRFIELD REST HOM 
EXCELLEN 
. room and 
rest homa 

IM ROOM and ROAR 

1 THE f.LENSHlEI k 
offers comfortalt accommo 
lor retired guests Reas 
rates Includei 1 excellent 
a Her noon lot, elevator an 
hotel services Close lo do* 
end Beacon Hill Park. 3*3-411 

YOUNG COUPLE IN PRl 
homa oflar rooom and boa 
ambitious young man Cook 
naar Quadra. 595 month 31 
attar 5:30 

YOUNG MOTHER WOULD 
to share her homa with 
girl 590 Fairfield 


OFFICE 

386-3623 


HOME 

478-4979 


OPEN HOUSE IN PARK 
Hidden Valtoy" 2500 Florence 

Lake Rd Homes on display 

Spaces available 


39 . 

BEAUTIFUL CARf 
balcony room, 2 girls or 
couple, non smokeri. absl 
593-113$, 

VACANCY IN GUEST I 
or retired lady or gan 

mmI sim w ,ouBI * 


LARGE BEDSITTING 
lor aldarly couple or 
591 44*3 


IBB BOOMH TO HD 

IDEAL ACCOMMODATIO 
{working girl. Private b 
room with sunporch I 
house shared by olhei 
Fairfield near saa, but. 
•45 477 7173 

I ROOM. SUITABLJ 
meetings or storage In E 
I Road Available now al 
Call A CrofJ. M2 4351 
RITHET AGEK 


GENCIES i 


.... JlTed in park, with landscap- 


__» ior rent 5331 

h o m a s and approved 
ilnglas and doubles tor your own 

Sr .H.r? . 


lot U 


SI 


ft.. 

WAGON 


torli 


also at 2574 Douglas 

. n«r— z ‘ r * 

! R A11 


TRIANGLE HOMES LTD 

MARINER-GENERAL 
47HTf4 _EM 04-4341 

TOTE-EM 


turnllure, prlvals snlr 
street parking Share 

5 1th one safl month. 
4-4511 

PRIVATE ENTRANCE, 
mtnl sleeping room Ni 
privileges Share bathroo 
man only 135 month 313 
SINGLE AND DOUBLE 
with community kitchen 
dry, close Jo shr* and 
Connaught 3M 4474 

NICE CLEAN F U R N 
room for working man or 
145 3444443 . 
iAILY, 


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own, very reason* 
dovarnmani Straat 
AIRFIELD, NEA 

T^usmL'r 



ROOM FOR COUPLE 
munal house, 140 per rr 

3 GIRLI TO SHARE 1 

» 0 w, ;»r»r 

OAK BAY. LARGE 
floor, atoaplng room, sl 
59*-40*4. 

•PACE FOR TRAVEL TRAILER, 
Trl-W*y flftt* Horn#* P*rk, by 
lha manth. Adults only. For 
lurthar Information, Ph*n# d*ys, 
471-1041 1 avanlngs, to4 l7T1 
GLENDALE DOUBLE WIDE 3- 
bedroom mobile home 34x44' Can 
taaaa land 444 Goldslraam Ava 
4/b 2114 avanlngs 

Mr’jnLPwJft 
tamrf. li awr' “■" 

WEL.JLG O Wk«Hy TRALER 

LARGE BEDSITTING 
ground floor, Jublto* ar 

NEAR MAYFAI 
BtodsjTMn room Avail 

1 HF 

324—BEAUTIFUL 4LI 
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WANTED 
in 5 Minutes 

PUMLKY - 
Ufl Yales St. 


4 NT CASH FOR 
Cars and Imports 
HOLLEY MOTOR* 
Higlaa - 3*4*1161 


CASH 

Uood Clean Oars 

WOOD MOTOR* 
*10. Johnson 


SELLING 
H OR CONSIGN 
CAR* - *3-8302 


M rrv imithi 

•'••ietl condF 


MPfcHft, THA1LKMM 
• MOTOR HOMES 


Mi OAM1* I 


IP ERA, 
MOTOR 


INVENTORY 


alii 


Stoves -- with oven, glass In 
door, IU0J6 (Sonlyi. 


Camper Doers 
Colonial or White 
Painted, IR K 


1Mb. Mirror 
Ice Boxes. $32 


tolling for value? 

fOMAD HAS IT 

ooking for style? 

MOMAD HAS IT 

ailer with style and 
d fit all needs. 

IDUCFORY OFFER!! 
S C shower 
ONLY 13750 

S.C. shower 
ONLY um 

Twin hath 

ONLY 34650 

ie fabulous NOMAD at i 


13 Volt Dome 
Lights, II M 


Carton Glass 
Lined Pail. 131 M 

Hi Dap Pro-Finished Panels 
- ( 3 oolors). 

|6 66 Sheet 

Hickory Pre-finished Panels, 
16 36 sheet. 


| Avo or Coppertone Meynell 
stoves with ovens, $88.96 (I 

I only). 

Many. Many More 
Not listed "Specials" 


ASTLINE TRAILER 
:NTRE (VIC) LTD 
2 Burnside, 388-6031 


FENNELL’S 
TRAILER SUPPLIES 
6459 Pst Bay Hwy. 
653-3511 

Serving you 7 days a week 

— RENT — — 

K MOTOR HOME 


1 Travelaire Dealer 


-randell 

tAt-trailer - - 

I intrant* CAMPER, 
clrlc tridg*. furr 
ssur# wata- 
lit 

kMPER — 

IAILER. toll 


S3448 


VXSXi $£ 


8ieepa 6, self-contained, off 
season rates available. 

BOOK NOW 

uver Island s Holidairej PURVIS FLACK TRAILER 
SALES LTD 

1915 Quadra, across from 
the Curling Rink 
Phone 388-9188 383-4611 

SEAOUIA. CAMPERS 
PROWLER TRAILERS 
DIVISION OF DOMINION 
MOTORS LTD. 
ivr Seagull camper. ) bo'"*' *»"» 
oven, blower tan. chemical toilet 
furnace and 7Kb lea bo* *1.495 
Trailer awnlngt, SM H and up 
Campari bought tor cash 
or consign 

1813 Douglas St 385-5013 

13’ ARISTOCRAT trailer 
Fully self-contained. 11395 
CORNELL, CHEVROLET 
OLDSMOBILE, 3050 Doug 
las. 365-5777. 

SECURITY CAMPERS 
WINNEBAGO MOTOR 
HOMES 

MORRIS 

TRAILERS AND CAMPERS 
ItJa Douglas at Burnside 315-333] 
CANAOIAN MOTOR HOMES 

6v HAICO 

From 10, ft! In 4 iliai 
“Skylark Travel Tnlltri " 
JACKSON'S 
Goldilnam Eslalu 
9/4 Goldltraam A«i Hwy 1-A 


iWOOD TRAILER SALES 

rw y&fxr 

Cam pert. 47» Mil 

ECONOLINE WINDOW VAN 
ir immaculali Lfk* mw 
whaal ban Naw lint Jutl 
Propana-iliclrlc (rids* and 
Dinette Slupt 5 Auxiliary 
platform Nlca window 
i. Only 15,000 ml In Under- 
I Mutt ba taan lo ba 
dated. For a quick tala. 

Haldln Molort. cornar Cor 
it and ftlanahard, 304-4711 
1971 TRAILERS, ONLY 3 
.omi and laka your pick at a 
il dltcounf Witharby and 
at ltd . 1110 Admirali Road 
algflowir 

FORD F»a CAMPER IPS 

di luxe, V, ton, 40 angina, 
19*4 9’ Caveman camper, aa- 

j* :m juV 


I mill* $44541 477- 
r TRAILER WITH 10'XIO' 
Ion, mitlniMi, catalytic 
ir. 1 told labial, 4 camp 
l, 1500 454 30*4 3071 Watlar 
ui, Sidney 

I. 3 BEDROOM FURNISHED 
te horn# Sat up In nlca 
51700 or nearest 


,.%Z 


FT INSULATED TRAILER 
aiiiar hitch, brakit, ilactric 
»*. Mll-conlalmd. Siaapi 4, 1 
»r. $795. 479-11*1. 


m, 


19*0 OMC te-TON HEAVY DUTY 
11.000 mftet. with 41 10' Security 
Vanlly, Frida*, ovin ind haalir. 
vary dun. 55.495 

S J PEDF.N LTD 

3155 Qua ini I SI 1*4 1444 

IDEAL FOR CAMPER, 2 Al 
btrl* tchool bunt. 1951 Interna 
Uonal 30-patsangar. good condi 
lion, 1000 194) Mire 14 pata*ng*i 
naw motor, naw tires. 11,500 47S 
4334 attar 4pm 


FOR RENT. '70 FORD *4 TON 
1 with da luxa Cavaman campar 
UM naw nnona ewnar | Fu||y Heaps 4. com 

torlably SOS waak 7c par mite in 
rallabte oaoola 477 3147 nr M4 
SI 47 

FOR RENT TENT TRAILER 
alaapi J. math 
tern. 515 par wall 
Ml 5515 

COMPRISING 


1 VOLKSWAGEN VAN. EX 
ml condition, axlrat Mutt ba 
1 to ba aopraclalad 11.491 
na 479-3570 


1 *» TON FORD, V-0. 4 SPEED 
itmlttlon and to'si 1949 Gold 
campar with toilet Will Mil 
aralaly 54000 firm MM9I7 


'par or Solar traitor 
tibia prica MV9404 


NTED 
01 

I prica 

I TOM ■ U I L T CADILLAC 
npar racanlly rebuilt Radio. 
M3 4151 

KUSTOM KOACH TRAVEL 
liar, ilaapt 4. axcallant condi 
n. $1,075. 477-24*1 

IX TRAILERS - 5Vjx4, 4x4, 
a 14- ARISTOCRAT TRAVIL 

i,UA nwltinj: U 

tot ,“ PI 

Sooka I 


UN** 1 

(art 344 3274 

W?J? 


TENT TRAILER —--- 

malirattat. ir slats canoa with 
fitted bracked, 3-burnar propana 
tlova Call afttr 4. M3-00S1 
T IMBERLANOCAMPERS 

tlraam Road 

HOME-MADE l‘ CAMPER i 
headroom, ideal lor hunting, llth 
Ing. 1390 590-3017 

I COSTLY? REN! 

hardtop traitor t. $4« 
MS-1003 
CHEVY VAN 
naw motor, 10 
11300 471 17*7 

COLLAPSISLE TENT TRAILER 
tlttPi 4. good condi I Ion, tpara Hr* 

1 double maltreat. 1350 . 471-3379 

13' Lll' LOAFER. GOOD CONDI 
lion, ilaapt 4. S9M M3 5049 alter » 
p.m 

1945 VW CAMPER GOOD CONDl 
lion Naw liras H7M. Phont 
479-13)3 

15' TRAVEL TRAILER. SLEEPS 
i, propana tlova and (ridge, goon 
condition, towt easy M3-7457 

ENT TRAILER FOR SALE OR | FOR RENT: II' TRAVEL TRAIl 
ml, 1175 or 111 471-4041 *r. ilaapt 4. Ill waakly M4-0I77 


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Winning Contract 

By HOWARD Hurt HKK ■< VIKNKKN 

There are many 
golden rules al bridge 
and each and every 
one of them should lie 
broken occasionally 

P u I yourself in 
FasCs place In this 
deal. Your partner 
leads the nine of die- 
monria and declarer 
wins with dummy's 
king, dropping the Jack 
from his own hand. De¬ 
clarer then plays ths 
queen of clubs. How do 
you view the futureT 

Some defenders 
would plsy low at this 
point without much 
thought (After all, it 
Juat Isn’t dons to cover 
the top card of such a 
strong sequenoe.) But Opaatag leadi Miss #f $ . 
let's say you art made 
of sterner stuff. 

Declarer has no loeera In diamonds, and probably 
none in trumpa. To smite him low, quite clearly you have 
to take at least one trick In clubs. 

Therefore your partner has got to have the ace, and 
once you begin to think along (has# lines you realise that 
it cannot be wrong to go In with the king In the actual 
case, the king holds, and no matter what Bouth does from 
this point on, he winds up taking second money. 

If you failed to play ths king, declarer would make 
the contract. After toeing the trick to your partner’s ace, 
j he would wtn any return, drdteUrumps. and lead another 
club from dummy. Your king would become a deceased 
monarch and declarer’s losing heart would vanish. 

A Bad-McC tort SyaSIcat* Feature 


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1 4 Peas I 4 
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I 9 Pass i ♦ 


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Pass 
Pass 
All pa** 


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AMD MOTOR HOME I 

MONTH END CLEARANCE 
USED TRAILER* 

76 CITATION, 21* 



66 SCAMPER 14 fridge and 

heater 

70 SHASTA 16' fully self 
contained $2886 

67 VAHGUARD 16’ toilet, 

heater, fridge 12196 

67 SPRITE 16’, loaded with 
extras 91MB 

66 R O L 1 T E . fold down 
type 11986 

CAMPER SPECIALS 

At our service centre, Store 
and Fiagard streets, juat 
south cf Capital Iron 
65 10Vi r side dinette, toilet, 
oven, fridge, sleeps 5, com 
plete with jacks $2295 

64 10' MAJOR WAY, fridge. 

3 burner stove, fibre glass 

roof flMft 

m OALAXIE I side dinette, 
fridge, stove, oven 81396 

65 8' short cab over, ice 

box, stove 1895 

PURVIS FLACK 
TRAILER SALES LTD. 

1915 Quadra, acroas from 

the curbne rink COME T0 PENDER ISLAND, 

me tuning ring. otter Cov< Lod#< otter* yQU 

Every sale is backed up byl swimming, tannli. shuttle board. 


AND PARK* 

LOOK I ME FOR A 3-BEDROOM 
hom# In -*—•*“ — *■ 

luxa cr 

h«p\ 

GLENKKY MOBILE 
HOMES LTD. 

"Your key to better living" 
2705 Douglas St at Hillside 
3*6-2491 3*6-2495 

NEW 

fs 

toww 



ROOM! TO RENT 


_J HOMES 

‘ T ;rr £ rwr Mw> 

111 HIIMMBB HKMIHn 


am 

BOOM* WANTED 

i Mrifumvff- 1 

n HoviMiimA 

HOUMA TO BENT 

WT* HOTEL 

...,, 

MAT wet 

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“room 


9M APARTMENT* TO 

■ RENT UNFURNISHED 


NONALEE MANSIONS 
MM COOK ST 

WA tk u Nrtdi« 

AVAILABLE NOW 

ING4.UOE: 



OVERBURY 
Island Idaal 
Swim. hlka. 
bast sail 


RESORT. THETIS) 
. t a m 11 y vacation. 
bMd, rtiaxl 


cal 

__ maxi infer! 

mon fishing through Sap 
Oclobar Houaakaapfcs 
III avaTlaM* aRar August 
Mkly rates. Phon# 753-4*50 


tL,ra i 'vwrr n jr.,T, 

pm. 

BOOM. 


or 34*-97*9 


I chart* 

Bachelor from 1116 
1 Bedroom frrtm 8125 

Sorry, all 2 bedrooms rented 
Resident Manager, Ste. 201 


MR apartment* TO 
RRNT, IINFITRNWHED 

TUTOR ESTATES LTD. 
2030 DOUGLAS ST 
ST MARGARETS 
1839 FERN ST. 

THIS LUXURIOUS NEW 
B U I L D I NG SITUATED 
TWO BIGCK8 WEST OF 
THE JUBn.EE HOSPITAL. 
ON THE CORNER OF 
FORT 1 AND FERN, STILL 
HAS A GOOD SELECTION 
OF ONE-BED ROOM 
SUITES AVAILABLE. ALL 
MODERN CONVENI¬ 
ENCES, PLUS SWIMMING 
POOL. THERAPY POOL, 
SAUNAS AND REC. ROOM 
ONE ONLY TWO- 


SWJFTSURE APT. 
540 RITHET ST. 


Ona bloc 

sjiarsi 


bleu from Datioa Rd 


I. Throo blocks from 

_.. .4111 earY Baauliful xiaw 

of tlso straBs 

AVAILABLE NOW 

FEATURES INCLUDE 


BEDROOM. TWO- ? _Uundr» 


ELMWOOD TERRACE 
1M Stanley al Pandora 

SET IK SPACIOUS 
GROUNDS FORMING A 
PRIVATE PARK SHADED 
BY GIANT ELM TREES. 

All tha laaturas expected la 
a new quality building 
rar|*eted throughout 
—L u x u r ioua wall-to-wall 
drapes 

-Clean electric heat 
—Very large baleonies 
Cable vision 

Thorough aoundproofing 
-Sauna, exercise room 
-Billiarda and ping-pong 


friendly aervlce. 

Phone 388-9188 
SERVICE DEPT 382-4611 


8. J. PEDEN LTD. 
YOUR 

VANGUARD DEALER 


ru cIom 


l OOlf cowl 
! mora. Fi 
3311 or writ* 
inoton. S.C 


nly 


by. and otei 
raurvations call * 
it R R I. Port Wash 


CLOSE IN. PANDORA, IUIT- ■ - - . _. 

|nctodod In rant, 555 insula tab waJkT* tor**wundproor 

RICHMOND-OAK BAY I ROOM. l|te?ldc r h*a? Includad 


BATHROOM SUITE RE¬ 
MAINING AT 8196, ONE 
ONLY T WO-BEDROOM 
FOURTH FI>OOR AT 8191 
VIEW NOW FOR YOUR 
SELECTION 

ONE BEDROOM FROM 

8134 

R E S I D ENT MANAGER 
SUITE 110 PHONE 385- 
0201 

FOR FURTHER RENTAL 
INFORMATION PHONE 


Roof sundeck 
—And much more 


LARGE ONE-BEDROOM 
TOP FLOOR SUITE $129. 

Resident Manager: 388-6718 
Adults Only - No Pets 
Diamond Development* Ltd 


TUDOR ESTATES LTD. 
2030 DOUGLAS ST. 


; cancalletlor, fully furnlshad cabin. 

QUALtCUM BEACH: 7 ACRES 
walarlrofU hom#, 530 par day. 

Prtst. Box IM Victoria, 


I PRIVATE ROOM. YOUNG MAN 

T0 SK: W'V 1 


ART HOWARD 382T721 ORICHARTWELL HOUSS1 
EVENINGS 4TS-190S ,u, H.„n. 

najSfSiiw 

On* only 3-Bodroom. 


353-450). 

FURNISHED COTTAGE ON 
Shawnloan Lak*. mooring and 
B boat ifi-UIQ, 743-3*13 

stock of 1971 Vanguard | 3-bedroom cot 

campers. Vanguard has 


CAMPER REDUCTION!! 

Wa must reduce our large 

camper for every need and| ||t toi rIHT 


1 CLEAN QUIET 
in return tor llghl 


SEPTEMBER ). 

Tram Took Si - 

iviwss»»ar 




every budget Now is the 
time to buy one of these 
quality Vanguard campers. ) 

USED UNIT 
SPECIALS 

1941 G.M.C. fe-len heavy duty. 
11.000 mitet. with ‘45 to' tacurilv. 
vanity, frig, o/an and heater vary 
ctoan, 

I Slaopar. Ice bux 5735 

BUILDING? 

All malarlals In tlock to build 
your own campar or traitor Lat 
us save you 555 on all your 
building notds. 

NOW OPEN WED , 
THURS AND FR1. 
NIGHTS ’TIL 9 00 


SMALL ROOM IN JAMES BAY 
with Indga and ranoatla 135 par 
month 345-9741 J. A Hander son 
Really Ltd 

OAK BAY AVE PLEASANT 
room for young lady. Saml-prlvai* 
lounge Cboklng faclllltes, 


WJKTVffl? 

UT. BRIGHT, COSY, WALKING DIS 
August i lane*. fcilcRanatts. oldar lady prt- 
yanclng terred. cabtovltion. 447. 473-3433. 
UJ 344-0947. 

Ml| l | GROUND FLOOR ROOM S3S A 
month Suit mate pans km# r, 3*4 
^>AY 5413 I1IS F ‘ 21 


Fori St 


S J PEDEN LID 
'.'855 Qummel St 


ACCOMMODAnON 

MILL BAY. WATERFRONT, 
bedroom furnished cottage. Al 
14-31. 571 par weak Commei 
September I. 5140 par month 
4943 between 3:3* and 4:» or 
Bay 744 5500 

SUITES avAilarle BY 

otei?l? mtfi info?- WELL-FURNISHED ROOMS. 

maikJ, *ohona #<> Mlch«la > noato 3TJ ki,ch * n - '*vndry 140 IMS Wash 
ml or iSSni | inglon. 3*43995 

ACCOMMODATION OFF ROCK c^m^nl^^Uchan' SSiorl^end 
land Large sleeping room wRb CwnmundY ffJF 8 ” #nd 

kitchen (actinias, faouar lRVMl-l TV r*ndOra. MHS« 
manls. 3*3-S3l0. 314-1936 FAIRFIELD. CLEAN BRIGHT 

ROCCABELLA GUEST HOUSE - oW#r ,#dy ' ,M 

the home of "Cast sl bon rolls- 

serte ' Rooms idneto 44 ug• Break fairfiELD, BRIGHT. CLEAN 
fast 3149030. 777 Blanahard room for young parson, SSS month. 

I BEDROOM AND BACHELOR JM *944 or 477-4454. 
lul'y turnlshwl. dilly, waakly an< t CLEAN FURNISHED ROOMS, 
monthly 593-9514 ullliltes Included, working man 

VERY CHEAP, DAILY OR only. 137 Maiutes. 4ft*r 5 p m 

“*■ ! GL6NTLEMAN, CLOSE IN. Ml 1 
T8h-MM porch included 344-5930 Kings. Share kitchen ISO 342-0440 

or 479-14 • 


Bachelor from $115 

1- Bedroom from $125 

2- Bed room from $160 

RESIDENT MANAGER 
SUITE 208 
386-7674 

HERITAGE HOUSE 
R2Q RITHET ST. 

3—1-bed roam suite* 
remaining 

RESIDENT MANAGER 
SUITE Na. 401 
386-3975 

OAK RIDGE HOU&E 
2646 COOK 

L and 2-Bedroom suite* 

—• Resident Manager — 
— Suite No. JOB — 

- 383-1542 — 

H.J.T. INVESTMENTS 


WEDGE WOOD TERRACE 
1655 Chambers Street 


CHARTER HOUSE 
435 Michigan 
384-8923 

Studio Available 
2 Bedrooms Available 

REGENT TOWERS 
415 Michigan 
383-6216 

Bachelor Available 
Bedroom Available 


-Swimming pool 
Covered parking 
Cahlevision 
Located in spacious 
weli-kept grounds 
Pleasant stroll 
to downtown 
Choice ocean view 


TERR Y 
Travel Trailers 

EVERYTHING you 
want for your comfort. 

"They must lie aeen" 
to be appreciated. 

In stock for immediate 
delivery 16’ - 19’; 20'; 
20V ; 21* 

AT PRICES 
you will tie 
SURPRISED AT 

MULLINS MARINE 
SALES LTD. 

(Trailer Division) 
382-1928 382-4515 

926 YATES 


QUIET PRIVATE HOME. CLOSE 
In. sinsl* 15 double S7 Private 
ham 3443541 

18ft CONVALESCENT AND 

REST HOMES 

3 SEMI PRIVATE ROOMS FOR 
l4dl4s Main floor Shining and 
dean rest room For lady who 
naads 34 hour car* Excaltent 
maals. Iray sarvlca and room, 
314-1750 


VAN S DE LUXE HOME 
First clast sarvlcas, nurs# 34 
hours, Ideal for couple or sinste 
who need attention. 5250 month 
Ills McClure, 343404J 
EXCELLENT ALL ROUND CARE 
tor aldtrlv man and woman 
Large, bright rooms. Spaciout 

Irounds. View Manor Real Horn# 

1.5440 

AVAILABLE AUGUST 1ST, 
large attractive private room In 
Balgrov* House (4 auatlt only). 
Mrs Irving. R N . sft 1553 
VACANCY AT THE ENGLISH 
Manor Resthome, by tha tea. on 
main ttoor tor akfarlv lady 
343 740* 

LOVING CARE FOR MOTHER 
or Fathar Call Mrs Mack, 114 

93I4 fairfield REST HOME 


!°3f. 


LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING 
for matur* parson. SS5. 54 

342 5735 _ 

NEAR FORT AND COOK. SINK. 
Iridga. tlova, tree cobtevlslon and 
parking 344 5930. 

NICE _ 

155 month 
3145310, 

F U R N ISHED 
room, elderly q 
3443753 

l-ROOM. 2ND FLOOR. NEAR I 
Stadacona Pork, available immadl 
ataly, 143 par month <33 Balmont 
CLEAN, LARGE ROOM, WITH 
kitchenette, fully lurnishad tor 
lady 3444145 


walt-lo-waii carpal 
Patios 

Auto ttoclric ranges 
Good tiu rofrisoralor 
Lots of cupboard space 
Fra* laundry and parking 
Prauurlud halls 
Close to town 
Bus al door 
Ete valor . 

For appointment to view 
Phone Residont l‘ 


All Rental inquiries 
Welcome 

Managed by 

NORTH WEST TRUST 
386-3534 


RESERVE NOW I 

CHERRY BLOSSOM 
COURT 


only 3 

THE FONTAINRLEAU 

315* She (bourn* SI. 

phon* mTm 

I -Bedroom from SI17 

THE RICHELIEU 

13117 Shelbourna St. 

Phan* 593-0554 
| l-Bedroom from $134 
2-B«droom from 4157 

All three guiles offer wall-to- 
wall, drapes, beat. Table- 
vision, controlled entranci 
electric kitchens and con¬ 
genial resident managers. 
i For further information 
phone Tudor Estates. 

2721 or evenings 479-1906. 


On Waterfront 

MARINA PARK 
APARTMENTS 

3000 WHITE BIRCH RD , 
SIDNEY 

| Just North ol Resthavan Hospital 

Sea View From 
Most Suites 
(even from tha kitchen) 

—Large roomy she balcony with 
privacy 

Sc If-cleaning oven ranges 
Large 2-<ioor refrigerators 
Sauna and shower 
Health and Exercise room 
—Hobby room 


I<arge deep baleonies 
Laundry room evfry second 
floor 

Large automatic stove and 
refrigerator 
Heated swimming pool 

bath and hydro 
therapy pool 
Sun lamp 
PreaiurlMd balls 
Garage parking 
Sound 

Steel stud and plaster fire¬ 
proof construction 
3 elevators for fast service 
Cable vision and FM 
Large lockers 
Wall-to-wall ear pets 
lin'd wood 
Drapes 

Walking distance to down¬ 
town 

A d jacent to Parliament 
Buildings and Beacon Hill 
Park 

Resident Manager In atten¬ 
dance to show the beauti¬ 
ful studio suites from 8U5 

1- bedroom suites from $190 

2- bedroom suites from $170 

Viewing hours 
10 a m. to I p.m. 

647 Michigan 
382-4660 

FERN WOOD MANOR 

TREAT YOiIrIeIJ-' 

TO THE VERY BEST 
m APARTMENT UVINO 
Hum tndow 

bath and hi 
room, car 
soundproofing. 

Locked ontr* 

l - Sadroom’suMaalrom 


(Mr. M Cox) 
Sorry*aduh» only 

BOWKER MANOR 
OAK BAY 
2233 BOWKER AVE 



_ _tevlsion. 

trances, congenial rasi- 
gors. For Soptaml 


occupancy 
lift to 111 

Mr. and Mrs. Orris. Ras. Mgr 

CASA DEL RIO 

IS3S JURILES 

lul block located on qutet it real 
yel close lo shopping centra and 
bus lina and ill modern con- 

vantencas 

Call Resident Manai 
Mr and Mrs E. 

3*44574 


"THE ROYAL RICHMOND" 

JUBILEE AREA 
FREE ELECTRICITY 
Contains many owtatandlngl 
features definitely making th‘ 
iUdlng tha bast rental value i 
- are# These da lu 
contain: _ 

floor kHchon and bath, 
sound proofing, 
ixo walnut c 
itura wall, ch _ 

^..wrous living area*. 

All suites includt hast, cable- 

a jsm,. 

-Courteous rastdant managers. 

BACHEIiTR $118 SAVANNAH HOU8E 

2 BEDROOM $175 955 C<xik St. 

Manager-Mr end Mrs S Deraad. One bedroom suite Hardwood 
Sulla »1. 1731 Richmond. M409U f»oors^ Close 


THE DEVON OAKS 
1066 FOUL BAY ROAD 


$105 

SKYLINE GORGE APTS. 

Qutet, desirable local ton. close to Qu Appelle St. 

shopping/ bus routes. Jubilee and High loca.tton overlooking •** 

leisure araas. 


CASA DEL MAR 

I43S RICHMOND RD. 

You Will ba pteasad with 
superior accommodation In 
Spanish alyla apartment. 

Check these features: 

Free laundry, heal 
vision, controlled entrances 
mill delivery to suite*. Close 
hospital*, shopping centra and bus 
lints. 

One 3-bedroom suite 
1-bedroom 
Res Mar 

Builders a 


Excellent soundproof In* 
-Concrete Moors 
llM Walnut kitchen cabinet* 

and Mil, 

! —Feature wall, china shelves 
-Quality wall-to-wall carpeting 
— i —Generous living areas 
** —All suites Include heat, cable- 
vision. drapes, storage, parking 
Courteous resident managers 


__lining . _ 

bus end stores Colored appltam 
Elevator Two-badroom at I' 
Vacant. One bedroom suite at f 
vacant. Bachelor suite at 
Aug. IS. Resident manager. 

- $100 

BENJAMIN APTS. 

1711 Duchess St. 


{!§ 1 -BEDROOM 


and Mrs. 


SSS 

WEEKLY, 


MOBILE HOME* 
AMI PABKH 


BOB S TRAIl.ER SAI.KS 


FAIRFIELD, FURNISHED. *« E Wi * ' 

"ItMMII,. m«tu„ IM, prtHrrU, l/c'SSli, E 

S WTjSSL iff. jusool 

Y CLEAN. Qnt MdrMm lull, ti *0 00 

supplied, fridge, shop, park. Bachelor suite SI 15.00 

344 9794 All suites with wall to wall; 

... n.c-nxiKLos, rtdcct .cr, i carpal Fra# light and heal 

Man £ity C SlMffT STREE 7, **® l Included Resident Manauci 


TO CLEAR 

’71 ARISTOCRATS 
for 

'72 MODElvS to 
ARRIVE in 1 Week 

'71 25 fl CLASSIC 
Reg. $5695. Now $5395 

•71 '20 fi LANDMARK 
Reg $4395. N«»w $3995 

fl 17 fi loAND COM¬ 
MANDER 

Reg $2995. Now $2795 

12 wide and double 
MOBILE HOMES 

LANDSCAPED LOT* 
For ell our lionies 

Eazllft hitches 
INSTALLED ANYTIME 


EXCELLENT MEALS IN DINING 
, room and kindly car# in small 
rati home 344-4413 

IBA ROOM and BOARD 

THE GLENSHIEI HOTEL 
afters comfortali at. tom mod a lion IBB 
tor retired guests Reasonable 
rales Includes 3 excellent meals, 
afternoon tea. elevator and lull 
hotel i*rvices CIom to downtown 
i and Beacon Hill Park 3444X4 


,&? E 


HOOBEKEEPINli 
ROOM8 WANTED 


WANTED REASONABLE BACH 
tlor suite cIom to Jubflaa Hospital 
, 314-4373 

YOUNG COUPLE IN PRIVATE ^ 

noma oiler rooom and board lor JUB APARTMENTS TO 

1 ' ^ i . ? “ u .h 00 ^ l '/«*' BENT DNFUBNI8IIRD 


BROWN BROS 
AGENCIES LTD 
385-8771Any! ime 


ALL INCLUSIVE 
1130 

Ona-badroom aulia Available now. 

$18(1 

Two bedroom aulia Available S#pI 
t, 1971 


Dalighllul new apartment located 
in qulat neighborhood In Jamas 
Bay era* nearing cumulation. 
Reiarvation* for Aug. 1 and Sept. 

I occupancy are now being 
accepted Adlacanl to 
walking distance to town. 

Irom tha ua, bus stop al tha door, 
m* and mountain views. 

FEATURING 

-Quality wall-to wall carpeting 
—Superior soundproofing. 
Controlled entrance 
Elevator 

--Colored appliances. 

—Balconies 

—Heat lamp* In bathroom*. 

- Resident manager. 

RATES. 

BACHELOR SUITES FROM IIW 


1-Bedrm. suite from 

Resident Managers 
Mr. and Mrs. S Arden 
656-1616 or 477-2300 

CRAIG MILLER LODGE" 

1310 TATTERSAL RD 


__ Country setting — parklike 

shopping, grounds — spacious ana bedroom 
3 blocks and bachelor sulfas In charming 
alder Tudor mansion — suites 
overlook gardens end lawhs. Close 
to bus and s 


Adults only. 
1 BDRM — 100 


contact 

P R BROWN and SONS 
7*2 Fort SI 3443435 


_ young i__...... 

near Quadra. 195 month 343 35S* 
after 5:30 


CARLTON TERRACE APTS. 


jrking 

S 4443 


BEAUTIFUL CARPETED 
balcony room. 2 girls or alderly 
couple, non-smokers, abstainers 
5931135. 


COIfONY PARK MANOR 
I68u Poplar 

UNIVERSITY DISTRICT 


GUEST HOUSE 

gentleman , —v r— - =— 
ouple Main 3441954 or 343 4433. 


VACANCY ... 
or rttirtd tody 
Also suitable to 
floor 34J 7797 
ROOM AND BOARD FOR MEN. 
good meals. TV. Ilohl laundry, 
single or sharing 594-1719 


artton Tt, 

Esquimau 

Ranting for. Sapl 1st occupancy I Compare th*M features Colored 
badroom suites from SIM 3- appliances, garburalors, wall-to 
bedroom suites from SI49 Rental wall carpets, axcaptional sound-, 
Lncjudas hydro, pirklng, laundry, proofing, cablavislon, heated Indoor 
cabtevislon, control ad entrance, *wlmmTn* and hydro-therapy pools 
parlor aoundproofing. wall-to-1 ami sauna. Gamas and hobby shop 
all, <*^pe* Walk-in cioaafs In' 


GRANITE HOUSE 
2100 Granite Street 

-I BEDROOM SUITES FROM $125 This baauliful naw building, lo¬ 
cated 1 block south Oak Bav 
2 BEDROOM SUKES FROM Si*o Avenue, near The Village. Close 
1 to transportation, shopping, bank* 
To view Suites call 477 3423 and churches Offers sli the 
avamnoi or RENTAL AGENTS. conveniences of modern apertmant 
, living 

P R. BHOWN l SONS | 

743 Fort SI 344 34351 

CRESTWOOD APTS. 

333C Cook SI 

Available now. attractiva 
room cornar suite. SI 30 
month Availably September 
iwaol In In n.L . (Possibly sooner I 3 cute 

„ £:s!„;r 'Isast* .Sk™™? ... 

3143414 1° lr c C r X';? l0n ’ 4h0ppine bu » «••• cabtevislon and 

banks and churches? parkinq includad In rapt. Wry. no 

ichlldi ‘ 

MARQUEE COURT 


TUDOR ESTATES LTD. 
2(130 DOUGLAS ST. 


l-bad 


irklrtq includad In r*r it Wry. _ 
. llldran Mature adults pralarrad 
Phon# Mr* Shaw. 3440947. 


wall, drapes. Walk-In cl-- 

most suites Recreation Room Ad¬ 
jacent lo complete Shopping lac 111 
gentleman (las, bus Pleas* phon* 341-7594. 


THE CHALET 


477-171l 


2095 OAK Bj>Y AVE. 

Baak In tha urn on (has* wrap 
around patios, a naw building 
of taring all modern conveniences 
(or the discerning tenant Open 
lor viewing 9 a.m.-9 p.m daily 
Ona-Badroom Irom SI32 
Two-Badroom $175. 

Resident Manager. 593-M04 

MITC HELL OAKS 
2065 OAK BAY AVE 

This residential building otters 
sll modern conveniences, limited 
selection ol ona-badroom suites 
availably sterling al SI30 


ENJOY VICTORIA 
In Cool Quip I 
DUNSMUIR HOUSE" 

431 Dunsmuir Rd. 
and 2 bedroom suites. Available 
imediately Spacious - ground 


t Manager, 591 3315 


r eldi 
1464)3 


MONTE CARIjO 

1010 PENDERGAST ST. 


ROOM 
parson 
ROOM AND 
only. 3444347 


343 9474. 477-4733 
■OARD. 


IVS ROOMS TO RENT 


OFFICE 

386-3623 


IDEAL ACCOMMODATION FOR 
working girl. Private bedsitling 
room with sunporch In larga 

HOMKiteN*!, •!»>« 6, >nr. 

,_ u Fairfield near saa, bus. stores. 

478-4979 $*5 4 77 3173 
ROOM 


I Road 

^ Call l 

OPEN HOUSE IN PARK *<THI 

Hidden Valley " 2500 Floranca 

Laka Rd Homes on display 

Spaces available > 


SUITABLE FOR 
...rags In Esqul 
Available now 
“roft. 343 4351 
CT - 


AGENCIES LTD 


$125 

BAHRINGTON manor 

2174 Uadburn Bay Rued 

Luxury new building with all lha 
latest conveniences, near bus. 
shops end Willows Beech Lovely 
carpels or parquet floors Resident 
manager Ona badroom suites 
Also two-badroom at $X5 

BROWN BROS. AGKNCIKS 

I /PI) quality building 

Q __, . ’’ . I bedroom Sulla. $134)13* 

385-8771 Anytime! Bachelor suite, S1I5 

___ ■ _ Call Rat Manager. 344-1044 

VILLAGE MANOR ( ASA MONTEGO 

2056 OAK RAY AVE. I035 PENDERGA6T ST. 

ss “Sm '.Kp. m k: iffl’vsi.ssSfXlliL'ftr 

.arg* rooms with lovely carpal Call rasldanl managar. 3*411044 
and balcony Rasldanl Manegar G and 0 Holdings. 494-5*21 
Fret light h**t. cabtevislon and 
parking. Mrs. Armstrong, 344-3111 
0 343-0354 Free transportation $130 

BACHKI.OR*SUrrK lun MANOB 

l-BKDROOM (r,,m J1KI * SJ7 ficll:her Avl ' 

J BKOROOM from 


Ras Mgr 

SPAC 

UP. __, ___ 

NEAR DALLAS RD 

RANGE 


UN NY I BEDROOM 

ll US * 


MOSS 

DRAPES. 


THE 

PRINCESS PATRICIA 
701 - 703 Esquimau Rd. 
View the Blue Pacific 
and Inner Harbor 
From our Spacious Suites 
—Cable vision 
-iA>unge 
-Sauna 

—Controlled Entiances 
—Sound proofing 
— Recreation Room 
-Child 2 and under wel 
come 

Available now—l bedroom j 
suites from $128 
1 Small |*L accepted 

Inquiries 9 a m to 8 p.m. 
Phone 382-2223 

LORD AND LADY SIMOOE 
The Simcnes 
"Victoria's 
Prestige Addresa'' 

1 or 2 bedroom suites 
furnished or unfurnished, 
i^rge healed |M)ol in 
Delightful Garden Setting 
Sauna's 
Soundproof mg 
Wall-to-waii cai|>el 
Free outdoor [>aiking 
Recreation room 
Lounge 
Cable vision 
Controlled entrances 
440 - 450 Simcoe St. 385-3111 

HENRY HUDSON APTS. 
576 Simcne St. 

NEW LUXURY BLOCK 
JAMES BAY AREA 


iVmKH f l^d 


$144 *' or ^' 

$165 

DON QUADRA APTS. 

3244 Quadra St 

New building overlooking tha ctey 
1. with lovgfy views carpets, afgctrtc 
kitchen Laundry laclllltes on each 
tion to view all ahove suites, floor Near bus, stores, ale. Two 
call Mr. Bowlby, Prop. Mgr.; brfr “ m * 

598-179(1. I SUO 

GROTON MANOR 
550 Ru|>ert St. 

Ona-badroom sulfa, wall-to-wall 
carpal w ‘ - 


BE FIRST WITH 

—A - 

B -C- 


■ xcapiio 

lacmtias 


$135 

I HARBOUR VIEW MANOR 
925 Esquimau Rd 
1 New building, aacellgnt saavtew, 

1 (.lose to bus and stores, ate. Ona- 
badroom available now. Also two 
badroom suit* at 4115. $#pt 1 
Resident Managar 

$J15 

U)RD NEtaSON 
1615 Belmont Ave. 

Ona-badroom suit*, hardwood 
floors, electric kitchen Near bua 
and shops Also two-badroom at 
liy laro* wall-appolnlad *'40 Vacant 

$125 

PARK LODGE APTS 
912 Heywonri Ave 
Ona-badroom suit* hardwood 
Across from Beacon Hill 


at 

al 

at 

al 

FORT al BROAD 
al 
at 
at 
at 

344 9335 

A Bernard k Co. i^td. 


128 CROFT ST. 

Featuring. 

Ex caption# 1 

, cabtevislon, washing 
Intercom and controlled 
distance lo town and 


'Wel 

watarfroni 

I bedroom from $123 
J badroom from S > $41 
i For viewing or transportation, 
contad rasldanl managar al 313 
9096 01 Rental Agents at 344-9335. 


1400 CAMOSUN 
ly centra — modern l badroom 
Ita. drapes, laundry laclllltes. 

ale supplied To view 


fflvJEp 

call 314X104. 


SI30 


RIDGE 
HEAT 

INCLUDED SIX BUSINESS 
COUPLES ONLY 344 *57* 


1145 Bay St t 
soriM ’ BR Irom $190 
Tina la «nd h##l Inc I 

“ On# child accepted 
Mrs Bannrlt. 3*4 77*1 

D F Hanley Agencies Lid 

CAIRN VILLA 
APARTMENTS 
Brand naw l and 3-btdroom suites 
tor rani, idaal lor retired people, 
because of lit park salting, • 
mature child considered Local 
corner of Lampoon 
Esquimau Road For 


__ «' 

further In- ; 

lasldan 

Mr Woods al 34E 3339 

QUADRA VIIJ.A 
QUADRA AT TOPAZ 
CHILDREN WELCOME 
September I Sundack. palio, 
drapas, tauiavision, laundry, park 
Injj 2 badroom*. $149 One avail- 

! H 


UNIVERSITY GARDEN HOME 
3 Badroom Townhouse. Hi 
bathrooms. Xitilly room, opening 
on spacious lawn Sundack. park 
inu. heal, hoi water, cablavislon. 
drapas. appliances included. *17$. 
September 1 No pals 3444335 
naw 2 BEDROOM $140 I BEDROOM. 
$135 Includes carpal, free laun¬ 
dry Central location. G lancer in 
Apartments. 477 Superior St 193- 
2311 

OAK BAY VILLAGE 
Larga newl y decorated I-badroom 
apartment. 1 vtar-old. wall-to-wall 
carpeting, cablavislon SIX month. 
343-414* or evenings 34^1539 
ROCKLAND AVE I BEDROOM. 
Baautirul view Fireplac 

Kir,"r».«rt6hi 


-aa 


InateMed ln’"p#rk." with landacap 

Naw doublt wide tor rani 4334 
Mobil* h 0 m * s and approved 
singles and doublta (or your 

laTs . 


lot tor 

Si ■ vie 

WAGON 


also 41 1134 Douglas 
■ 14 3291V 

RAI 


SLEEPING ROOM. NEAR NEW 
furniture; private entrant*, oil 
sire*! parking Snare bathroom 

Slth ona MO month. 479-IIM. 
4-4511 


Manager, suite 3454. 3*3-0733 
ROADVIEW APTS 
ISO QUEENS- 


ENTRANCE, BASE fKilcf 

No kljchtn jaa 9791 


1150 QUEENS AVE 
1-bedroom suites sl till 
C loss to school 
Frte cabtevislon 
All tiadrIcily included 
Child welcome 
14-971 


DIAMOND HEAD 


447 HEAD ST 

Brand new apartments now rant¬ 
ing Featuring jumbo-su# suites. 
477-3473 cantrollad anlranca. wall-to-wall 
carpal, drapas. roof top sundeck. 
coloured fixtures, elevator Rants 
iron 1135. I bedroom and 1X0 3 
- [-bedroom, indudgs heal and water 


L A NG FORD-COL WOOD AREA 
Large 2-b*droom apertmant. 2 
children welcome. $135 a month. 
Modern building, vary pleasant *78 4109 
$171) surroundings, on quiet street near llAr . C4 . . Aarc , 

bus routes Electric kitchen Laro* NEAR NADEN. LARGE 2 
top floor suit* with balcony, SI33 suite, Irldg*. rang# 

Vacant Also two-bedroom at $150 Sfflevislgn includad SI40 3 
Sapl l Adults only Resident 3$4-1<23 
Manage 1 


ONE I-BDRM 

SUITABLE PETS 
ACTEPTED 

Phone J. Y. Woods 
386-6446 

GOOD ACRE TOWERS 
350 and 360 DOUGLAS ST. 
Directly oppoall# Goodacr# L«ka in 
baaulllui Beacon Hill Park. Cua- 
lomary hlgtsrte# amanltte* Studio*, 
1 badroom, and 2 badroom* 
available lor Immediate occupancy 
For further rental Information 
phone 345-SI 11. 9 to 6. 

CAPTAIN COOK APARTMENTS 
1031 Sutlej 3*31744. 3*5X012 


$134 Phon# 


1678 FORT ST. 
Jubitec-Unlverslty area Featur¬ 
ing *1f modern conveniences PLUS 
sauna bath and roof-top 
recreation room Phon* 343-9044 r# 

1 bedroom suit* 

1125 

2150 CADBORO BAY RD 

Modern suites on bus line, 
hardwood floors, stova and fridge 
and cabtevislon Washing facilities 
- is# 993-H05 

i-sasEiis 

1791 ROCKl-AND AVE. 

Ona-badroom tulle with all mod 
arn conveniences Including drapes.; 
laundry raclllttes. c*bl#vl»lon, bal 
conies individual heal controls, 
control lad entrance and Intercom 
On bus line To view call 344-4349 
S13I 

1653 OAK BAY AVE. 
Spacious attractiva 2-b a d r 0 0 m 
suit* w lit h drapes, balconies, 
cabtevision, ale. To view call 313 
3900. 

*150 

1030 PARK BLVD. 

Facing Beacon Hill Park, com- 


Park vacant 

$150 

I/TNSDALE MANOR 
1.3.36 Beach Drive, 

Oak Bay 

Spacious ground floor twobedrodm 
suit*. Water front location Call 
our ol 1 lea to view Vacant 

$110 

Tolmie Apia 
1006 Tolmie Avenue 
Bachelor suit*. Wall to wall 
carpets, clot* to tlorat and but 
Una Vacant Call ui to view Alta 
ona-badroom al tilt 

$105 

933 SI. Charles Street 
One-bedroom suite, gat range 
Cloee to but line. Ona child 
welcome Sorry no pelt. Vacant. 


•wall 

r 


— 3 badroom aulia, lop door, 1141 __ 

— one unfurnished bachelor — on# 9335 to view 

furnlshad bachelor Available SIM 

Cabtovltion. drapes, w w carpet. 

Ktrttold aria Jh&pteg aid »«» VQiiT ST 

Fairnaia area. A WTP'Bl ffC Spacious l|btdroom tyli* in Uni 


BED 

18 49*5. 


CAMO 


TRIANGLE HOMES LTD 

MARINER-GENERAL 
4?B-m4 Ras 444-4341 

TOTE-EM 

lUW 


ter Road 
Nlghu 

GLENDALE DOUBLE WIDE 3 
badroom mob'te hom# 24x4$’ Can 
teaaa land. 444 Goldttraam Ave. 
47k 2414 avaningt 

WELL! q W**»Y T(l*lC|» 

awa® 


PRIVATE .. . _ , _ , 

menl steeping room No kilchan 
privileges Share bathroom Sobar 

man only S3i month 3Q3-274B WILLOWS BEACH AREA 

tiwn e tun nrtnai c onritta 1,11 ~ B##Ch Drive 1 | 

!r?SS «Baw.iapa ' 

Connaught 3M-4474 PEMBERTON, HOLMES LTD. 

NICE CLEAN FURNISHED 3*4 413* 

room tor working man on Cook St GROUND FLOOR. 3 BEDROOM 
S4S 304-0443 homclik* suit* In charming older 

hom# Jutl redecorated 14x14’ llv- land area. 

' ing room, open nraplaca. large prl- only, l-badrooni 

SS»8,L"4W4fU.r r r'' PARKWOOD MANOR 

FOR COUFLE "in COM I 1520 JUBILEE 

tout#, 140 pgr 1 


BHOWN BROS. 
AGENCIES LTD. 
385-8771 Anytime! 


BEL AIR APARTMENTS, 235 jraniMniiiqn iu Raaldant'Man- 


•wiwn Amr 

ISSISS !I8 

(Modern block with elevator, con 
trolled anlranca. and Ire* laundry 
facIllUat Clot# to shopping and 
1-latjr ' ‘ 

can 

PAaFIC SHORES 

2141 HAULTAIN 


___ . __room tulH 

varsity. Jubilee area Drapes. 


silv 

unties, i*w**»w,i, > 
all Includad To 


1125 

34-HOUR SERVICE 


DAILY, WEEKLY 


BURNSIDE GARDENS 
3622 TILL!CUM 
2-BR $150" 

LMOtJ^aV? 3-BR. Tuvuihou*e $170 

» ts. “* ***"'!'• 

land area. Available shortly, I hu* service, t^irge swim- 

please call Captain Dune 
1 344-0191 


RITHET PLACE 

500 Rlthet si 30S-2SM 

Sa* and Mountain Views 

OCEAN FRONT »*l haul l ain That* da luxa suites contain: 

. Badroom 51X irom September Available now. Nice qujal location 1 -Quality w#Mo-w#ll carpaling 
1 Married couple only *31 Dallas near but and thopt extra large —Cushion floor kitchen and bath 
Road «v#a r0Qmt , tnd apgrlmtnte. -iupertor toundproodng (Concrete 

SIX lo $1)9 Rat Caretaker. 592 rioort and double wall Insula- 

4350 or Montreal Trutt Co., 314- flon) 


ROOM 
munel r 


F A J R. F I E L 9 L JiE AIJ^ COOK^ 

MICHIGAN COURT 
^ „ . 328 MICHIGAN ST. 

Lsru; *“nL« N ““mSSL cou« l writea 

170. 479-1H). 1 Large I-badroom tultas, till up Ifiarmoalat*. fraa teyndrv and 

LARGE «OGND| 0A Vr ”' 

ihara »>eth.| flin | van mkark nmc 

NEAR A 
Badtittln room 

Ml m /090 

ROOM.. KJtlTH. HOT 


uncan. c :ine. Nu jiels 

384-0034 


384-4365 


OAK BAY, L 

floor, aJMpIng 


CLEAN ROOM WITH HI 


0*h VAN MEARE BI/XX 

/ELY I AND 2-BEDROOM 1013 VANCOUVER ST 
wafariron^a^OMO^va^m 3 BR or (3 BR and dan) large LR 

EDROOM, fill. 4|VA^LABLE | Royal Trust 3*4-4)11 


and 

BEDI 




■ABLE 

building 


ESQUIMAU - 3-BR apt tor 
Imm occupancy Children wel¬ 
come References pleas* 1141 par 


LAMPION ST. - 

aafW'WBi 


I room* t and j 

MODERN 1 BEDROOM. LARGE 1 jrrr .7- -ft - 

titling and dining area, stovi and I 111' iL-311 

tioV^jsj $m , * undrv No ch,Wr#n 
ONE BEDROOM 

, W 

pat*, no children 

U QUIMALT, LARGE I 
room, carport, tlova, fridge, 
drapat, cablavition. 

2 BEDROOM SUITE. JUBILEE 

are*, 1 stove, fridge, cgM*vision, 

$13$. 345 4021, attar 4. 193 4401 


Tgrt wii fp a e a rT" chin# | w ** ,#rn 

AVAILABLE 

ni - 


i morning* only 

BEDRO 


^51*T^ST t - 'Wanting' dlttanc# fo 
town Modtrn, I BR tit in four- 

iipyESTMENT co 

Mil Government s! , 3*4-9312 I BEDROOM. «II0 AVAILABLE 



Modarn block wlthiri 
walk to town. 

B^cntlor tulfa, 

nartf 


'• 8fl| 


Da luxa walnut kitchen cabinet* 

an? 

1 badroom from t>24 
Bachelor 

Child Walcom* 

OLUMBIA APARTMENTS. ISO 

sMgwar 

ll. SIDNEY 
ludet httfl. 


$140 

RETT WOOD MANOR 
430 Chester St 
Ona-badroom suite - wall-to-i 
carpal, top floor quiet local 
Close to stores and *~‘ 
Rasldanl manager. 

$85 

SYLVIA COURT 
1485 Fort St. 

Bachelor suit* Rang* and fridge. 
Heat Inc it-dad Available tent 1. 

BROWN BROS. 
AGENCIES LTD. 
385-8771 Anytlm* 1 
Fraa tranaportatlon avallabte 9 ta 
4 weekdays 

. LARGE LIVING ROQM~dTH ; 
itta, kitchen, bathroom, 1 bod 
room in modern block near St 
Joseph s Hospital Cablavition. 
laundry room. 1130 Adults 304- 
2345 _ 

BACHELOR SUITE, LINDIN- 
Rockland area, newly decorated 
cablavition. avallabte August 11, 
iniddl#*r,ed lo alMriy lady pr*- 
tarrad S45 par month Wsfttt. 

NEAR HMC8 NADEN 

Naw t-SR ste., 1110 Avallabte 

ATTN; SENIOR CITIIENI 

. 


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I-BEDROOM SUITE IN FINE 
all FalrflgM hem*. IN. utlilfwa 
Includad, qutet working igdv 3M- 
7701. 

iipiia 


itsmcH 

CHARMI 

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CHARMING 3-Ri 


CHRISTIE POINT AI*T8. 

■ -% * >qp 

heal 


lit!r£fP!9 

■8PRI_ Nr saptambar lit. j-, 

badroom. adult only from 113$. 
Rant includes heat, cablavition, 

W PM&sflS d 

ock. workshop, oteygraundt. Na 
till 'cK Igowan RgjD pET| 


ONE BEDROOM I 

1 BEDROOM. |1 M. . 

Saptambar 1st. furnished 
quest 3*5 2249 

LARGE. OLD. 

4M4 n or 

2 BEDROOM SUITS. CLOSE TO 

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royal reef apart 

MENTS 

640 DALLAS ROAD 

Saavtew bachelor suite. SIIS. 

3SS-N39. 

«tfr D .*hT,T C ,° e u E; 

1 Cosy bachelor and 1-bedroom 
unit tor rant, new. modarn. doe* 
to town, ail conveniences 


ate 

GEORGIAN 
HMdroom 
water, 

UNIVERSITY 
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1 BEDROOM APARTMENT, 

u&n ^ 

1 BEDROOM SUITE. UN 
lurnishad. shar« bathreo . utili.KS 

tocludad $49 10 Phone alter 4. M3 

SEPT I NEAR NADEN. 2- 

I BED ROOM SUITE. $94 
monthly No pats 3S4-S4S) 

BKimitt.WIR' 1 


NOW, 

walcoma, Laftvtew' 
l?30 Goidstraam Ay*. 

OCEAN FRONT 

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SO feU'tftUnit*. 

3M APARTMENTS TO 
RENT, UNFl'RNISHEn 
~~TRUlTVAUNT 
COMPARE OUR RENTS 
FOR REAL 
APARTMENT VALUE 


Victoria, 


ipiuout suite* ajavaiar, carajli, 
tlap at door 


facility, bus 


•ACHf LOR SUlTfft FROM »U4 
I BEOROOM SUITES FROM IttO 

OAK VIEW MANOR 
34JO QUADRA 
Inquire Suita A 
or 18.1-9191 

Rantal Aaanls 

i A Son* Llmllad 


P R »ro 

74! Fart Hr I 

I/JOKING AROUND! 
THEN COME TO 
GORDON HEAD 
TOWNHOUSES 


Full 


Spacious and Gracious living 
and S-badroom lownhousa* 
baMmant. Ilniaftad rumpus room 
washer, dryar, fridge and alova 
Otheols? All lavafa cloe* by 
Enclosed Lourtyard 


Friday, Aufti*» «. 1 .-.J- 

MR IHJPIJXn TO SENT 

AC a N T IIFTIMRM ..LIT 


FURNITURE TO 1 


Thraa Room* from 
135 per month 
STANDARD FURNITURE 
582-5111 

Immediate Deli vary 


APARTMENTS 

WANTED 


1500 

324ft Cadboro Ray Rd. 
Thraa bedroom home Hardwood 
noon Drivaln garage Lar** 
yard View by appolntmani only. 


2 OR 3 BDRM. 
LUXURY APT. 


Wanted for ! month* from Autusl 
IS vary raipanaibla tenants - 

PrlC, I%ONE MY AGENT 


J. T. MILLS 

Ktr and S ia ot^naon Urn 


3RO YEAR COED REQUIRES 
unfurnished suit* near Unlvarsit 
or Oak Bay. US maximum, 
ttflt attar I: a a m 


"m 


ihalbourna Slraal, turn UNIVERSITY OF VICTORIA 
riant at Blair Ava than right graduate naada apartment Immadl 

.7.1. i. I nrku. T . _ i ^ _ 11 liU 


RE FREPAREO TO MOVE IN 

Coma out Shalbaurn# Slraal, 
right at Rlalr Ava. than 
again on to Larchwood D'iva. 

Phona 4/7S42I 

OAKMOUNT COURT 
TWO-BDRM SUITE 
Sltualad at 1341 Hillitda Ava. High 
loralion Modarn Two Badrm 
Aoartmant Contitllng of Attractive 

p . 

pint 


STERLING RENTAL AGINCY 
Naad* good . ojjrt-* 


titling* - Nowl 3867171. 
UNIVERSITY OF 
gradual* naada ana 

*i.i, Call 452-1484. 


IIOl MEN TO RENT 
lNKURNlHHEn 


Good location 


oratod All utili 
cant Alto bantu 
Sapt I at Sill 


EAO ROA 

.... aMCieyt 

,r. S x 

nanl suit* availabl* 


stag 

1144 MASON STREET 
Two-badroam hoot# sami-furnished 
Call our offica lo via* Vacant. 


BROWN BROS. 
AGENCIES LTD , 
.185-8771 Anytime! 


•u 


mtmaniTo arart 
rtlBNIUED 


k«jur&=!J5b 

— *orry no cMMraA, except baby, 
tjafarrad far 4 


3-R E OROOM 

■■•llh 
class 


BEAUTIFUL 
homo, wall furnl ' 
lovaly gar dan* 

rMfwdtlararM. __ 

will retain on* room and look 
*n«r all rapalrt and gardant. Call 
aarly morning or tunning*. 477 


ntthad in part, t 
t* in hloh c 

a Ownar fwMov 


PLEASANT HOUSE TO RENT ON 
caatl. II milaa from Victoria 
Sleep* 4. Secluded with RawtNui 

'“"■•■•■■vtta&jrfR. '■ 


nfli July 1 


IiJOKING AROUND! 
fMCN COMB T<. 
GORDON HEAD 
TOWNHOUSES 


] WATFRFRONT, TOWNER PARK. 

Ks&eaK 

iku ina 


ill 


Spec tout and Graclau* living — I 
and 1 - bedroom lownhousa*. Full 
baaamanl. flnithad rum put room, 
waahor, dryar, Inda# and alow. 
School*? All laval* ^ 


HiHIHEH WANTED 
TO RENT 


*t« III 1*1.EX EH TO RENT 


**8 E°^eS»AR £ D^TQ MOVE IN 
iComt out Shalbourna Sfraal, to 


tlf BALIA, WAREHOUSES, 
STORES AND OFFICES 
TO RENT 


YATES ST. 
800 BLOCK 


ge- clean tiara. M88 so 

MgffSffT . 


PERSONAE I/JANS 

AND INSURANCE 


IF YOU NEED MONEY 
FOR ANY REASON 


gap |xaj| 

Example* on loan* with amorfiia- 

j*Tand’SnJ^Mortoaaa* arranged 
Agreement* and Mortgage* pur- 


AVIS, 1384 Hillside 
386 9715 , 386-9046 Evening* 


Sira JWVl Kk 

386-1214 or 386-3975 
M P Tallin Serui lliei Ltd. 


MONEY 

For Any Raaaan 
ISLAND FINANCES LTD 
3144*1 743 Fort SI 

Locally ojmad and operated 


i IMS 


1125 

1012 Emprexb Ave. 


Coma _ _ 

right al Blair Ava. ...... 

again on lo Larchwood Drive 
Phone 477-1413 


'fet!-'-'* 8 Slil**. 


SHELBOURNE UNIVERSITY 


partmant Contitllng of Attractive Goad g U pl**, clo** lo all go modern home l 

•oinel kitchen, color convenience* One bedroom, neat b va(( )j $33/pgr 

ar L m 3 .ttvib '«'>—• —• ?xt!io\ u s . l L r^ c i 

atnrm Include* Cablevlslon. «,«« I'®??* c Y?il5 m p U U?.. 


mu 


laata 


TEACHER AND WIFE NEED 
unfurnished hou»* to rent for Sapt 
1, 19/t Preferably 1 bedroom* 
and within 10-mll# radius Victoria 

FhS( 'mwjr £*7* I have m om to saoo# for >no 

Podovinikotf, 104-4044 mortgag# Tom Johntlona. 442 3149 
Burnabyl.b e I anytime 

LET US RENT YOUR HOUSE 
W* have client* waiting for twe 383 
arm three-bedroom homes We 1 
offer good management, careful 
tenants and reatonabfa rr* 


MORTGAGES FOR 


INVESTORS 


Msbd your money work for 
you lit excellent mortgagee 
where security and yield la 
high. 


Our selection of lit and 2nd 
mortgage* - equity mart 
gages Interim financing! 
opportunities — and all 
types of investnMnia in the 
mortgage field have been 
thoroughly checked and 
offer yield* from 10 per oent 
up. 


OPPORTUNITIES 


■K< 



flyer. Bxtaltn* bJSi l na s s * nam* 
prlca trtHrtf* lrrtpl ' CMbl 


M wr 


Full particular* and infor¬ 
mation on all mortgage in- 
vestments offered by us. 


RETIREMENT BORING?? 
AUTO COURT - 5 UNITS 


We include in all mortgagoa 
originated by us added pro-'and 
tective clatiaes for your ad- jjjjf 


ditional lecurity. 


MOHTtiAfiE I/JAN8 
AND INSURANCE 


Contact 

FXJN MacGILl.IVRAY 
ROULTBEE. SWEET 
REALTY LIMITED 
Yorkshire Trust Affiliate 
737 Fort Street 
Victoria, H C 
Telephone 3HH-5561 
24-I|nur Service 



*44 REVENUE 1 


IB FIRST WITH 

-A- 


_C_ 


FORT St BROAO 


A Bernard A Oo. Ltd. 


INVESTMENT 

OPPORTUNITIES 


le. 1 — * suite apartment Stock 
— 3 year* old — spacious studio 
tuitf* comer I* In* ||r 


. ,ll*» comer Ulna living 
kitchen bathroom and 
bad room area well to a 

SunSisaki 

$175,000 


IERTSON 
385-97H5 

CHARMAN PACIFIC REALTY 


Mo I — Downtown commercial 
block solid brick building of 3 
ttora* Excellent opportunity tor 
dtvaiopmant Atfracllvt fgrm. 

9125,000 


DELU. 


lUR 


UFLIX 


Cablovltton. 
... Parking and 
Available Sapt 


For 1mm. occupant 


iathrm Includes tapiavmon. 

Laundry and Dryor. Parking and *i«xi 

Private entrance. Availabl# Sapt 31^0 Melchuhin Rd SURNSIOE - 3 II 

Jm***'^ 1 xdiflintno Dinatta Two, 1 +°^badroom sido-by-sida duple* range and tridp# F> 
b2drm\ nd a.WMl# l.lRm ' InctJtfSS' Vacant AyaTT Sapt I M 

Cabtoviston. Laundry and Dryar 


pemIerton h6lm£?ltd. 

34441*4 


Parking and Pribala enlrama, 
Availabl* Sapt I Rant 1140 
IT land Ml Govainmant 

Slraal 34S-444S 


GREENLEAVES 
3583 WARK STREP 1 
now Renting 

New apartment located on quiet 
sliael. walking distance to town 
Featuring wall-to-wall carp 
< ontr oiled entrance, coloured 
ante*, walk up. individual 
(Qnlrol 

Ba< nalor lultas from 
Qna bad room from 
two bedroom from 
Resident Manager 

BROWN BROS. 
AGENCIES LTD. 
185-8771 Anytime! 


$160 

1052 Tillicuin Ave. 

three bedroom side by tide duple* 
Electric kitchen Close lo .store* 
end but im* Available Sapl 


RMAN 


sHfisI 

GENTLEMAN PENSIONER 
home with withe* to rent cottage, cabin or 
basement something out ol town, anywhere 
September Isl Victoria Fra**. Box 
Ilf 


THE EQUITY IN YOUR 
HOME IS YOUR 


338 WANTED TO BORROW 

SECGND M t OR, 


best credit 


REFERENCE 


DAK BAY 


N«t 


leling. R*»e* 
appil ftoar* 
heat dryer 


1175 

1011 \N urtelt PI _ __ 

t,re* bedroom tide-by-tid* duple. Sept Sth 4340 p.m 
Range and fridga Hardwood | to view “ 

Wired for washer and 

Available Sapt 1. FOR Rh.Nl 

IN SIDNEY 


iWe^Vm^NT 

Dll Government SI J44-MI3 IF YOU CANNOT SELL YOUR 

homa. w* have reliable tenants 
waiting to rant Pnona Mr Keen. 

, Boorman Investment Co Ltd . 

1NIVERSITY AREA |92i2 

Pratttga. Exacutlye hgma. Spec I 4 BEOB0 OM HOUSE IN FRANK 

ou» and modern throughout 4 BR , HoW>4 S£hoo , District Pralarablv 1 Nj,, 

J 1 -, bath* 2 tun porch#* Lovely lo-Mila Point Up lo 4340 per 

ground*. Ideal location. Available | mon , h Excellent ratorance* 477 credit rafartnca* required, 

-itolmgnt* 27iS ^ 

CAMOSUN COLLEGE. INSTRUC . Itl ’ 0 . 0vm# nt rhack* 
tor and wile naad email inexpan •'"P' 0 '" n « n ' 

*ive house in Oak Bav-cgrdova .. 

Bay area, from Sapt 1 444-2437 No 
Beautiful and unique near new evening* obligation 

hom, Full, c.rjrtW.1 ntNIA.l WAN,ED 

Complete management service* by * •’* 

| trained and compafanl personnel. our tarvlca i» lett 


REQUIRED 
1 gaga of **000 tt 

b edroom California ranch-style 
home (II years old), triple 
carport, patio with bar be qua all 
on 133 choice acre* in Thelit 
Lead Park area. Excellent coven 
, •"! with quod equity Call 
ROBERT YOUNG, 3*3-413- 
lim# or 3*4 3494. Park 
Investments Ltd 


WORM- FAMOUS FISHING «.«!?“« A {jFrtialnckif 

u, Mat n ,na Mm, W™ "MJ" 

I'-m-M, « H„* If. lull oul 01 tfiwBW, JflolS MTOMctl i/m 

assr ST’ nWn."rar. 1 ; Sr- 3 

& ± as tsasr&i \ SI' 

trasr PSsSSw/auw.' “ Mm "' 

Financial tlafamanl Map* al 
lltting broker All this on good 
term* al only 4191,000 For moie 
information on lhl» listing, call or 
write FRED BERGMAN. Maytair 
Realty Ltd. 3143 Dougtot St.. 

Victoria, B C Phone 3IA29S4 


Ml BOOSES FOB SALB 


WWW WWW 

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WHITTOME’S 


wwwwwwwwwwww 
“DOWNTOWN BRANCH' 
706 FORT ST. 388-4271 
wwwwwwwwwwww 


OPEN HOUSE 
785 Middleton 
Bit. 1 30 to 4:30 
Thle 2 badrm, full basement homa 
Is Immaculate — sap. dining room 
— m JJd IWM — oTace tor Irallar 


OPEN HOUSE 
m BENHOMER 
OOLWOOD 

w 8AT AUG. 7-1:10 to 4 34 
Very gracious veer-eld horn# 

l ew£, ter 

dining room Rsc room In I 

mm,: “ 


and 


134 any 
Pacific 


NEAT. ACTIVE PARTNER 
expansion Hava good heavy Iral 
location lor variety buainest 41 
000 will buy V* interest For 
particulars apply Victoria Press 
Box 134 


FOR 

trsftli 

411. 


RESTAURANI IN COLINOOD 


KwfYnoi ‘ffi-Svr ! 11 

1 r 


CONTROLLED HI NTS 


Remaining suttee tor adult faml 


Mr Stoberg. Me 104, 344 2420 


$170 

1711 Feltham Rd _ _ ___ 

Three-bedroom eida-by-sida duple* and 4-pc* bath on main Addittonal 
hardwood Moor up Main lloor bedroom end family room in base 
arpet Nice country location Sapl | mant Ph 494-4431 
1 bPACIOUS 3-BEDROOM TUDOR 

homa. 100 It from Willow* Beach 
large secluded garden 2 bath 
H.1H8 Shelbourn.' Si rooms Saparau dining room. 2 

IKS d!r,..d .SSo m*lli 

JAMES BAY 

32110 I wo-bertrm bungalow, full base 

MH A, dwell Hil , Sidney 9>—' 011 n “'"" *»• 

Very good house Three bedrooms Rent. 4140 

wall-to-wall carpeting throughout B f LAND 

the house, all utilities inc luded | ru Government 
Basement has two suites already 
ranted 


MORTGAGE DEP1 HAS TWO 
2nd mortgages for sale, both 14- 
year Amm. - 5 vr term 

1 Value )]•,*** - 1st 
2nd ot 44.100 at las 

2 Value 414,000 
2n 1 of 44,400 at 1#S 
Phone Bill Wi 
344-02 7 3 

D F Hanley Agendas Ltd 


In an adlvs shopping area on I 
main payed road Parking Terms, 
on 421,000 Shirley Wild* of Rex I 


Isl 40.000 
WesTcotl, 3*4-77*1 


DON STRIPLING, 38* 

CANADA PERMANENT 


1341 


TRUST ye 


GENTLEMAN PENSIONER our r4t*S are low 
. wishes lo rent college, cabin or 
-i something oul ot town, anywhere \ * 

Ifljwtombar 1st Vic tori. Press ^ m , h# Jnd 4nd , fd mof , 


III HER CENT 1ST MTGE 
(an place 411.000 on Isl mortgage 
at 10 per cent, excellent. 13 yr old 
, home, good covenant 

I MAUDE DIBSON 
.16-2911 or 658-5676 

ShlAev Phllps* Homaflnders ltd 


ROCKI.AND AVENUE 
II VIEW SUITES 
GARDEN PATIOS 
PRESTIGE I/X’ATION 

NET 

10% 

PLUS 


8 3459 


INTERESTING. EASILY RUN 
"Anlique Sliop' in choice tourist 
location Priced tor quick salt I 
including slock, al 41$,000 cash I 
This is a new listing Lgverton 
Realty. 384*412. for details 


LEXIBLE l ... 

JIM BROWNLEE 
598-1178 

Iwlnarlon, stawart Clark Ltd. 
MS-2481 


OPEN HOUSE 
Sahtrday 1 ;KM 30 
2780 Penelope Place 
I Off Van Tilburg i 
Col wood golfer*. l*ooklng for 
h larger-than average home 
hut chi an eaay-care lot? You 
|8lM>uld see this 1600 «q. ft., 
Vbdrm., 3-bathioom itome 
! just 5 minutes Ui Use (knJf 
I Huh. Al| plaaiur interior 
{with 25 ft. LR. aoiiaraie 
l-'-ft. square DR. large 
' hrighl kitchen with teak 
cabinet*. Rec. room with 
FP requires only floor cov¬ 
ering. Located on a cul-de- 
sac of quality itonieg. Early 
occupancy. Asking 837,500. 
Exclusive wilit Wilfred 
Davis, 188-4271 or 658-5276. 


vases 

NEWLYWEDS WANI SECLUDED 
2 bedroom home with basement Yea 
or garage lor October I at 01 h 

earlier 448 8473 


0 F 


DARDANELLES 
New Apt Block 
1445 Fort 386-0467 

1- lied room $127*1110 'j 

2- bedroom 91504160 

It hild welcomei 
Balcony, drape*, w-w • hi j 
pel a. ntlored apphamea! 
parking. 


BROWN BROS 
AGENCIES LTD , 
185 8771 Anytime! 


COUNTRY LIVING, NEAR LAKE 
Ntw homa. appliances, carpal* 
ale 2 bedroom* 4225 No small 
hildrao Insper 


URGENTLY NEEDED COT 
iaa 3454 toga or small house with privet 
i Accas* lo garden 
preferred 477 5323 


If you r 


i«4 REVENUE PROPERTY 

REVENUE - 10 SUITE ^ 

Approved tourist lodge, ranla daily 
during the summer, full ranis) 
during 'off-season." Excellent re¬ 
turns well located near park, and 
ocean tronl —-ru— 

IS “Oar* or Iradaj 

i, *'tM,u,ww,ii m,,in JONES, or K 
Appraised value $15,000 
Personal convananl IOO a t Victoria REVENUE 

Prat*. Box ISI iBoarding house. 14 rooms, ideally 

mm «o»ro»G E ,».,«.ooo 

ure 38* 0213 All trade* and otter* considered 

... c *'« p BEAVER JONES, or K 

III HINE88 DICKSON, 384-1341 

CANADA PERMANENT TRUST 


Mooo l: 

s:»h 


m.*&, r.'iyy.iP 

DICKSON 384-1341. 


34ft REVENUE 
PROPERTIE8 WANTED 


4 OR 5 SUITER REQUIREO IM 
madlalily lor InvaUor TarmT or 
ca»h lo you FREDDY STARKE, 
J08 423I or 384 9433 UlanR Pacific 


Raalh 

Want a modarn 3-3 bedroom 4x4 


'Ptox. Also good 3 to ftplax 
TEp BOWDEN - 479 1479 
NATIONAL TRUST CO 384-294 


OPPORTUMTIEH 


347 


» m 


at 


Hid 


..,1 EXECUTIVE REQUIRES 4 
Ejn" 1-5 bedroom unturnwhad family homa. 
Uniiaw" jioc Oak Bay area, by September ' * 

- * * v - ls 7 Excellent reference* 493 < " 


•Wagon Train" 


2 4192 


BE FIRST WITH 

, A 


Flore nr* Lake Rd - 

1)84-3291 FOR SEPTEMBER I, CEN 

...fl * ac- nanrixA Fill I BASE I •'•••/ totaled older home Uni 

F m L Lilto v;;.fty 'flfv — 6r.de win 

i Drive Immediate Posses '•#»# 3#J J#?i 

sion __ ! Low-rental houses sulias 

i TOWN AND COUNTRY REALTY i urgently needed lurnisned 


COFFEE SHOP 
FIVE DAY WEEK 
IHRIVING SMALl C Af-fc 
LOCATED DOWNTOWN WITH 
LOW OVERHEAD ADDlTlONAI 


DtJPLKX 


kxi>;li.f:nt tf.rms 


Dandy. 


(OUPLE 


Ltd 


3*2 7774 


irganlly ne 
unfurnished. 

I MDUSiNG REGISTRY J8S-2704 

WANTED TO SUBl E T BY SEP 
lember 15, a house or a house 


SFXOND 

mortgagf; monky 


_ well built and cared for 

duplex with full basement and oil 
heat Top condition On a large 
lot with *ood commercial growth 
potential Your terms may suit 
Only 422.400 

DIRK OKKKR 478-4501 


FORI at BROAD 


Ol A PAR I’M K NTH TO 
RRNT, H RNI8HEI4 




MAY WE HtLP YOU? 


A. Bernard JL ('• 


Lid. 


Why not make us# of our detailed 
knowledge lo find Ihe epartmenl 
you really want? W* will gladly 
drive you fo see a wide selection 
*f lurnlshed or unfurnished apart¬ 
ments In any 

District at Your Choice 


NO FEE TO TENANT 


STERLING RENTAL AGENCY 
204, Kraaaa Bldg , 

1184 Douglas St at Fort 
383-7171 

Open 9 a.m -9 p.m. 
Including Saturday 


1672 ROSS ST. 

Near Saa and Park 
Side doplax, 2 Ddrm 
bsml oil haat Available Aug 
1971 Rental 4140 


303 ARNOT AVE 
4140 par mon 
immediate Occupancy 
2 Brm., Full Bsml 
Phone Dun Fraser. JB4 800! 
Broadview Properties Ltd 

2* . ACRES. SUITABLE 
keeping horse* Beautifully ground 
ad 2 bedioom*. living room, fir* 
; plate, stove and frids 
carpet* and basement 


FOR 


AREA. 


COUPLE DESIRE SECLUDED 
cabin Reasonable rani Refer 
enc.es 383-4549 


4155 3149 Jackson 

bedroom suite 
, arpeting 
Available now 


•ID HALM, WARHII01WL8, 


AVAILABLE NOW 


_ 42IS 4200 1*6.0244 

Quadra 

i,d * 6*1 HILLSIDE QUADRA 

'"bedroom home, fun oeeemem 
’ | Immediate possaision All uHlItie* 

Included 4225 monthly 49*-47l7 
_ j days. 3I4-2SI2 eves 

ararwpwivfs. vast 1 "’"“‘i. '■ST wm 

"» pE "“ ANE, ' r 

. 1 2 BEDROOM HOME WITH BASE j 

man! and wood and coal haat 
available now 4125 p m 14*3 Hill i 
side Byron Prlca and Associates | 
l Id . 345 2 4 51 


iy tor any reason 
.,lly in your home 
then call the mortgage specialists 
Difficult deals era our specially 

RAK INVESTMENTS 
LIMITED 

Anywhere on Vancouver Island 
Victoria 388 7191 
Nanaimo 754 2101 

BUSINESS FOR 
SINGLE 419 750 

DIRK OKKKR 
478-4501 KVKNING8 

Swmerton Stawart Clark Ltd 
38 ft 2481 

BEAUTIFUL 8G CARIBOO 

trailer m'fesqutmal** area "j8A*4V* >«m SI WMIIo JlO.UUH m mine - tr , nVghway* 0 *^!# 1 'In lastly one side ^raa "ftadroom* texfra 1737 Fort 

“ ‘ UUi ’ , UUl. kly and nvUirimlwIly. •L,“U. "X* '^SnSSl'l. *“f. 

- co ri f ,n ?^!,V N. .... «, ssiTSS'-rS, /TcmSS? ^kr-wiM 

382-9072 , , dal laundry A good operation in e 

**■ las. mating area lo live huntlno 

lishirg Asking 1210,000 with sub 
slanllel down paymanl E n a u i r « 

ELSIE REID, ARGUS REALTY 
LTD 191 Victoria P 
oileit Eva* 374-4022 


I'anadu s leading second 
mortgage company will loan 


hA^ningn 

ftwinarlan. Sjawarl Clark Lid 


FRUSTRATED BUYER WANTS 
*"-90 apartmants, already built, up 
3 year#, principals only Vlrto- 
Prass. Box 144 


DOMMKR4TAI. OR 
INIII hllllAI 
PHOPERTIKH 


OPEN HOUSE 
Saturday 1 10 to 4 10 
2035 (’edar Hill X R<1. 
One of ihe best, if not Ilia 
iteni buy in a new home in 
Oak Bay near UVIC. Split- 
level deaign with 3 BR’i and 
den lor 4th BR), 3 halinma, 
family ixMtnt off kitchen, 
built-in range, dishwasher, 
garhurator You can iclect 
your own colors for carpet¬ 
ing nr have oak floor* Re¬ 
duced Price $49 900 

WIIJ-’RED DAVIS. 


X X X X X X X X X X 
X BOULTBEE X 
X SWEET X 
X Really X 
X Lid X 
X X 
X 

Yorkshire Tru*f Affiliate 
388-5561 


J. HARRINGTON 
388 4271 


No hidden charges 
No arrangement tees 
Lower, competitive interest rata* 
up la 30 


privilege al any 


TOP OPPORTUNITY 

’ For dealer lo handle completely 
new burglar •N fire alarm sysla< 


4115 

bedrooms .. 

town and buildings Availabl* now 
PEMBERTON HOLMES LTD 
384 1134 


8U9—Ground lloor, no step, I'A 
rooms (I bedroom) 

also 

8144— Esquimau, dose in modem 
4'.i rm , 2 bdrm , 4-pc bath, 
elai trldge end rang*, plus 
main furniture, cablavlsion 
hookup, heal, hot welar, 
laundry, drapes, no pats 
Dukie Agendas, 382 4 313 
(or resident manager 
382 *848 1 


$40 

1653 Penihiuko Si 

Housekeeping room furnistied 
Share bath i onventent locelioii 
Varan! 

BROWN BROS 
AGENCIES LTD 
185-8771 Anytimr'' 


4174 

fhildrrn Welcome 2840 RITA RD IMMEDIATE 

J bedroom* IV* balhrooms, dose possession 3 badrooms- full bosr 
to *i hoot end plav perk Otl »T’« n ' .,Vi fl eeV 

Jacklin Road l unit avsilebl* f-onsIruiMon <7*1983 

August 22 Also available Septem Sunday cell* 4/9^4509 
bar 1. J units on panbrook ^Rhyne-1 4 BE qrOOM HOUSE WITH 
washer-dryer hookup. AO turnace. 
| tireplece, also orrt>xrd 4 miles 
FAIRFIELD BEATON HILL I Duncan 4125 P*r month 

Exrellent side by side duplex, 2 '<4 7457 

bedrooms. third In basement. fcAS CONTEMPORARY 

garage secluded small mo0tfn $ bedroom. 2‘i bath* ; car 


..replace garage secluded smell mo0tfn j oeoroom /■ i name, car 
uardan. prefer not more than on* , lid nom# M * v i*w 20 minutes 
• luld. stove and Indg* included ,p # | Bay Highway Available 
492*17* S^a ft* r * a 1141 m0n,h '»• bar 42» 444 3549 

4V a ar * p ,n_ QAK #Ay 4 BEDROOM, LIVING 

NEARIY NEW 7BE OROOM rbum „,ih tireplect dining room 
duplex In a nice salting dose to (lJ n nesemenl, near schools end 
'°wn available September l popping 4225 594-2242, 4lt«r * 
Stove fridga. washer dryer wall B ni 

to wall carpet draperies, water. , . . 

| elec tr •< it y end heat supplied COLWOOD AREA, MODERN J 
SEA Gardening done by landlord $225 bedroom home. P |u » TU mp ‘/ 1 
VIEW, AFT available Aug 1st,'38 3 0 2 2 3 Close lo school, 4200 Ava Habit 

Si50 pin Mature retired rouple or .. B*nennu ?. ,p * J ¥ 4 «*2Iu v ,u rn shed 

single ledy only need apply To 1 _ 1 ** wisned 478 4151 

view by appointment 'kptr duplex gas stove, end frldg . t . u r\ i n icc, i a n G 

MONTREAL TRUST 11*01*71*100 separate entrances, I ? 1 ® L 

104/ Fort St jet Jill l oc ji.furnat* and meters Close fo; Street, 1 bedrooms, ax to a room 

iujr run si mo ciii i oi *» l,,»,n«i rhiia»» u..p««. I...11 land v.xihraom in basement Do 

upents 4190 Adults 


PRIME GROUND FI/XJK 
SPAt’E 

Oak Bay Avemit 
for Medical or Pro 
feasional offices. l>oulli|ueB, 
a|tecially ahopo. etc Will 
design and ueair interior lo 
auii Preaenl lenantit in¬ 
clude, Denial, Beauty Salon, 
Yat III Supply Sales Renta 
from $125 to $180. floor 
areas I min 1-10 ai| ft to 
1120 at| ft i'ontacl Manager 
Mr A^Greul. .>92-6145 


__ular and .... ....... ........ 

Fikiating mmlgages a it d lo be Installed in private reel 

.erwmenu .1... p.m:h.«l tevi.T'JSSBJTaB'l 1 83 

than halt comparable sacurilv 
Only invaslrrcanf IS small Initial In 
I venlor y Write or If you wish to 
'phone VR Industries, 134 3300 
Irapilano Rd , North Vancouver, | gar#*# 
9IT4I34 


l.’A.l' REALTY LIMITEJJ 
1083 Fort Street 
Phone 184-9.171 


. opuler I_ 

ASKING ffl.L- 
ERIC GRAHAM 
386*7521 656-4411 

BOORMAN INVESTMENT 
LO LTD. 

INI Government Street 


Biluaied commercial t|M 
'■*’ Douglas near: m* r 


Shopping Centre. 


Icing 6(8 E f couVse 

ml living and rantal area 


. lacV'ify’TTtoJfaom*, 

8 living and dining room, wilh 

_itarruptad view, cab kll with 

iith fo'aalto* area Full bsml for rumpus 

—I. I-§xtre bdrrn , drlv#- 1 *' 

"Hoo To via 


U HVi8-:>49i 


Well 
lot 

Mayfair 
Older iMiildmg preaenlly 
rented. Call IHA FREED¬ 
MAN of BOULTBEE, 
8u EET REALTY 
1.1 MIT ED, 388-5561 or 592- 
0511 


.SNOW WHITE 
BUNGALOW 
TWO FULL BTHRMS 

Immaculate five rooms plus 
rumpus room In full bafamanl 
Could be in-law suits MUST BE 
SOLD OPEN TO OFFERS ASK¬ 
ING 421.0*0 — TER 


I/JOKING FOR SPACE 

Wa era offering thla 2 BR full 
Basamanl homa located on a 
44x120 ft lot al a VERY realistic 
prlca of 419,900 Living area of 1050 
|o ft plus separate garage ^Fui) 

gey 


. DOWNTOWN 

lonta a CommSrcIa 


ommarclai. 
corner location Ideal tor 
and suites 444.000 


•5x130 


.. on main* floor’ plug' 
m. High gnoygh to an|o. 
x> of the City, tha properly 
a a feeling of apaciouanau yaf 


Iir •IT.TUU ' 

JOHNBUNYAN 
BUS. 386-4271 HES. 477-4513 


OAK BAY BORDER 


_ Price ' 434.600 To 
HOLLAND REAL ESTATE 

HOME. REVENUE. #20 VIEW. 38ft0824 or C92-0419 

An opportunity often asked lor APARTMENT SITE 

»«idorr. found in the price rang* ol n„„d ready to build Jama* ZONED LIGHT INDUSTRIAL 
1424 400 1.300 »q II ol work*hop. Approx 42,000 *q ft. up to «.*oo square It plus Older 

lln, — --- - - -- ■-•- • ■- 1 


2nd MORTGAGE LOANS 

FROM PR1VA1E I 1 UNDS |(for* or auclton room 
WITHOUT BONUS industrial power outlet* A 

Al a fully di»clo**d and reasonable I nue suite at 494 arid comfort 
inlarasl cost chargeable only from I able owner * suite Cell Mr* l i 
Ihe date of loan to tha day of Lunde i«4 4 754 or 47* 1729. Re. 
•ayoff i Hughe* Agencies 

CAN USUALLY OBTAIN * 


Full particulars from Mr 
at Island Home* Ltd 
Douglas SI . Tat 3*ft?r r 


^ Piu 


i living Room end 
.j Room 3 sals of 
jar ihgn avarat 


and close to schools, bus. shops 
Fortune Tots of room for davalopmanf In 
2S04 the full basamanl Vary clean Full 
Price only 424,400 

JOHN BUNYAN 


'Jin,. 1 ; 

in. exx/wOO 

Hully Real Estala 

384 4542 , 592-J970 


Hr 


HIGHER PRfCE for your second 
mortgage or agraamanl VIC¬ 
TORIA and UP ISLAND Your 
document can be appraised tor Dtjnuilow m , op 
immadials seta for cash without “ * cunieciicmar 
suit**. .h.*%lan whk r h*l* W b**st'to? '“'"tori.bi# living lor 


GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY 

Just tha opportunity lot ilia smart 
buyer romforlabla 2 bedroom 
bungalow In top shape plus 
- ( | nr 


with §5 un ii» Call Gian McGregor 384 bedroom _ _ 

f?va 244* or Ra* 477 3474 Near Maytair. 427,000 

YIELD U'* l^vt?. 

Nearly new bldg excellent Iota 

lion One vancancy 435.000 down COIWOOD III ACRES, 
will handle Cali Gian McGregor • alien! commercial location 
3*4-2458 or Res 477-3475 to developer 47ft. " 

Byron Prica and Attor Ltd 


to dacatobar 


4514 


HOliHK* Hilt HAI.K 


store that 


I BEDROOM BACHELOR APARI 


mant fully furnished, available 
August Ith Johnson and Van 
couver Street* 4100 month, ell 
found 388-9443. after 4 p.m 


MEDICAL DEN I AL 
GROUND FI/JOR SPACE 

KUO |j|ua si| fl. with bPpuiHip 
Aveifabie eniranca h n d washroom 
Ample parking $20U |s**v 

moitlh l ‘ontacl Mi R 
Bowlhy. 586-17911 nr 388-5491. 
PARK PACIFIC APTS 


your circumstances 

COUNTRY, UP ISLAND 
AND GUI F ISLANDS 
MORTGAGES 

REFINANCING A SPECIALTY 


i owner-operator 


Priced reason 


CHARMAN PACIFIC 
4 REALTY LTD 


BUS 388-4271 RES. 477-4511 


J li Whlttomp and Co I/ii 


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SIX ROOM UPPER. 4240 4 ROOM . , 

lower. 41W. Including heal hot SEAVIEW, NEW, PARTLY FUR 

water, lanle. tridga and stove nished Secluded country. 3 bad 

Fireplace* 4 piece belli*, near room* Carpet* throughout, want 

SUNNY, NICELY FURNISHED UVIr and femot.in College But at non imokino couple No rhildran 

bachelor suite salt contained, door parking 592 9103 avenlngv 4100 743 2107. Mill Bey 

H7r l r“on^f*MC?l(i: , ,v'n‘(n». I4 °' UVIC ABEA. Nt AR NEW SIOE^EW I A E D A O O «A 
tty side > bedroom*. 2 balhrooms. level OOM. fireplace « 

7*0 PEMBROKE 4G5 l>ae*ment stove . urtems Close to'carpet 2 bathroom* Cut wood 


VACANT LAND AND 
LAND DEVELOPERS 
l/JANS ANYWHERE 
Please rail Mr. Thames al 
I DOUGLAS HAWKES i.TD. 

990 Blanshard St. 

I 344 7138 Rat 479 4382 


rales Increase 


SPLIT 


BLANSHARD NEAR FORT _ 

. before mortgag* 

Excellent retail Uor* premise* a van m«|. 

Main floor araa 1330 »q fl , with REFINANCE NOW 

r..*n#nine area ol 1044 »q ft . and cut your paymanl* In half 
siiilabf* oltlia, showroom or stor For example 
Also large basement 


10 S'* 


available 


HI Y OF THE YEAH 
COLONIAL EXECl IIVE 
3 PLUS Hi DKOOMK 
3 BATHRTXJMS 


i Bdrm. nulude* heer wale 
r abl evision 

r ANAfrA pVrmVnENT^ENTAI 4 WAIfcRFRONf OAK BAY j 
bedrejoms i ■> epl«, a tiasemanl. 
ONE AND 2 BEDROOM aUllfcs, patio*, swimming pool and megrn 
table TV Low daily and weakly i tuanl sceview* Sapt I 4190 598 
rate* Pat* welcome i 5/54 

Canadian Crast Motel, 479 9007 1 


Available now are* Near schoul* 4240 4/8 4873 


LANGFORD 7*44 LEIGH ROAD., 
1 uedroom Stove, fridge tablevi 
*lon, water Available August I Sin 
4114 4/8 5940 


Call 

1 STEPHENSON 
LI Ml I I D 
185-.14II 


SUB LET JAMES 
bedroom, all carpal, 
adult* only From Aug 
V) 382 3049. after 4pm 


BAf 7 

furnished 
15 10 Sept 


UNIVERSITY AREA THREE 


LARGE HOME ON 3 acres, 
minute* to town, $ bedioom*, close 
school Available 


4200 


1 BEDROOM DE LUXE APART 
mant. Esquimau area Girl In 
share with 7 other* 4100 Inriuda* 
rant food. *t< 388 4457 


I bedroom*, ell heei stove, Indg*. , month 3*4-7745 or 382-0997 
1 wa»h*r and drapes September 1*1, fL0SE y 0 TOWN. WATER 
iSur J ' unn,h '•#** 477-4377 j , fon , an(J bul j uedruom bungalow 

attar * p m ^ Biln , Uraa | Fridge end *lov* 


A V A I l ABL F IMMEDIATELY 
. io»* in. partly furniehed 1 
badroorn upstair* Suita. 41)0 34* 
4808 , 3 9 j in 


OAK BAY AVE l.ARGF. 3 

bedroom* in 5plex Range, Iridge 

1 able hot water laundry, large 

locker en 4115 2 adult*, nc 

rhildran or pet* 384 3845 


SUBLET I BEDROOM APARI 
men!, available Sept Middle aged 
only AIM I bedroom unfurnished 
to rent Sapt l 598 3130 


7 BEDROOM 1 OWER DUPLEX 
available September I No pel* 
Children wHiome Relererue* ir 
quired 1418 Harrison Street 
3*5-8969 


DRY STORAGE SPACE 
... large eiee* isOOO *q ft and 
approx 4500 »o ft ) of dry storage 
space available on 2nd and 3rd 
lloor* of Commercial Building in 
City centra Each sell contained 
and suitable for kteping stock, *6 
Safe, dry and 1 lean in off season 
period* Available for rental on a 
MALAHAT, 3 BEDROOM month to month ben* For luhher 
cottage in park like , x t t 1 n u information call A Croft 
gardant maintained No pat* I >62 4251 

SltS 47*5184 


Sapl 1st 


4 PI EX - 415.000 DOWN 
Modarn stucco building 
in immaculate condition 
Handy to shopping centra 
Never a vacancy hare 
Two 2 bedroom units 
Two I bedioom units 
Terms by vendor * agreement 

P, ' t fE l D 4 'loWD6N, 5ftl479 

IIUCE PROFITS! NATIONAL TRUST CO, J8ft29*t 

financially independent by ! J 54 ACRES PLUS J COTTAGES 

.sax H.,r; -«■ 

"... t".,. It wX « mor. WW' P“ £ ““ifui 
In Mlliny bnawd Bbl.r CI.I". It. H..d •?.. 

lop locations and financing avail | Myffhin a proposed development I (ftI* one owner. 3 vr old _ 

able Oul of town inquiries alw fc#,||y financed 1 Among*! Ihe many laafues are Ih# 

Invited 479*1467 BRIAN ! BROWN 314-1734 1 20x15 living room with raised 

For comptata Intormallon , H yynilloma and Co Lid hearth fireplaca and a 12*12 

POLAR CHIPS SALES I TD | Royal Oal Branch dining room both with luxurloo* 

Victoria Pro** Box 119 woyat ua* »r#n n b)u# ow#r „„ , hardwood, 

SHOPPING fENTRE rfCSTAUR "DOWNTOWN ' “JfL VULr- 

ant Good profit polantial Steady OOmni OWN satiny aiea < bad. 

flow ol traffic to draw from ideal iu ai u f lenenl 4 oca 

tor ^htneM “, f . t ,^ uf0d V n lU '?* n »j N*r*r*turn ot uvar 10°. on lull 11x22 completed rumpus robm 

Growth pus*lblllt|a* unltniiled 92 0 , H^ OOO For lurlhef plus TV room roughed In Many, 

Intormallon . a I I Mr R d* many extra* such as custom 

Miinhiiiiv 342 9111 or 592 lijj screen* on ail window* and pello 

* rOLONY REM rY dour* Ho *und*ckl The afire. 

(ULUHT Hr Uvaiy landscaped lul It |0«I74 and 

nftar* >*e glimpse* Double car 

IKlUMTDUN port In /mil# clril# In Cordova homa Clean. 

. u . , ,, , Bay, einotigst all new homa* - lou* room* L 

Un quid slraal. lust off Fort St 7 - . 

imutakeaping rooms and • sulto 
| Full price 440,000. down 417.000 

$ 1 Well established restaurant show , «*., 57k) pa' mo on l>alaiua 

... . UTl .L<g |-yr • Inq profitable return All modern Revenue is almost 4400 per rno 

- n, i MIGr.S I- « tilling* and equipment Sealing call A KLENMAN 592 IIP Town 

ltd MTGKS 10'^'V .apacity for 51 on bu»y main ( Country Realty Lid, 182 7276 

ALL LIFE INSURANCE SUBJECJ f ^ JJ11 MR Bl0l H k nu ^ L H K ie h CM . D ? , 'l C B . fT1 

T ° 1 •'»» ' nB r, Sq i>0 F. Ta. h MV *S.P "oto 

FISH AND CHIPS ANO COFFJEE Rm , full Basamanl* garden* and , w< , Ilw , 

garage* live In one and rant * e i* of plumbing might 


Bl ANSHARD 
3*5 87/1 ANYTIME 


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area 1 *> mortgage 412.000 
4111.02 per month 
2nd mortgage $5,000 

*57 38 per month term* end financing 

For full details on Block Bros KEN CAMPBEL 
Mortgage Services tail BROOK R E A l T Y L 

MORTGAGE MANAGER NANAIMO. 75* 7331 or 

BLOCK BROS REAITY l ID '74* 9457 
1800 Bl ANSHARD STREET 

3*6 3231 »*)2fl I.XCEIJ.ENT 


(JI'EN EUR INSI'EITION 
.'620 MacDONALD DU 

<Queeit8W(NNi At eh 1 
SAl AUG / I 30 5 00 
l ovaly spat tout homa silualad on 
over G acre ol tread property In a 
quiel secluded telling Home con 
tislt ol through hall plan. IS'kIIG 
living room and dining room with 
French door* opening on to large 
secluded patio wilh barbecue. 2 
badrooms. convenient (#b kitchen, 
with utility room off dan. plumbed 
and wired. 4 pee vanity bathroom, 
oil HA heating, close to bus, shop 
ping centre school ind beach 7G 
mortgage Offered at *32,900 For 
prior inspection rail Doug Lawson 
38 ft 1771 (/*—*••• — 


(ANYTIME) 


NORTH 
I MUTED 

evenings 


STOREY 117.000 
n/JSK TO OAK BAY AVI 
lea dean old fashioned family 


FAMILY INVESTMENT 


lorleble, _ 

_ amongst all new homes ‘lout rooms Living room and aln 

Priced lar quick sale af only ing room have panel walls and 

4J2.9GO wilh farm* available rue* Fanrad and landscaped This 
CALL I, MARSHALL ‘“bid ne your home I II be happy 
to show “ “ 

Springer 


| 385 9/45 anytime 


NELDLARGH BOOMS 
IN-LAW SHITE?? 


RIThE I AGENT IES LIMITED 


WEST ( jOAST SAVINGS 
CREDIT UNION 

3*4*355 


This 


OAK LANDS MANOR 
Hilltid* end Cedar Hill Road 
Do luxe I bedroom tulle*. 4150 

Re* Manager. 38 3 440*. 3*63)266 


FOUR BEDROOMS PLUS 
August I occupancy 2571 Cedar 
Hill Rd *210 3*4 9/55 anytime 

Bellroy Holdings l Id 
Mf KFN/IE AVE . LOVELY 
bedroom house, 
included. double garage 
month Augur.1 ISIh 4/9 4020 


‘ NEW 


FOR RE NI. OC INFANCY SEPf 
151 Side by tide duplex ) bed 
roorm Iridge. stove end dithwash 
ar *750 e month 477 6798. phone 
• M,r 4 I COL WOOD 

2 BEDROOM SIDE BY SIDE 1G bain* indue 

. .duplex, Fairfield available Included Mote to 
MODERN I BEDROOM SUITE. September Isl, sips Stove end available Sepl I 4195 478 7744 

nltaly furnished,_ $135. Availabl# | iridge im luded 598 7003 By rO LW00D SCHOOL, OLDER I 

WALKING DISTANCE TO TOWN 3 bedroom basement home, gat 
7 bedroom basement tulle, heel range included *M0 month 
pat* welcome, $125 471 )445 

CUTE SMALl HOUSE. I BED 
AY All ABIE NOW 7 ROOM E SQUIMAL T* 7 B E O R O O M S room, suit I butirm* person, 

suite. 840 Queen* Ave Phone 345 \ suite In 4 pie* Fridga. stove, lady preferred, < lean and bright 

7VJ drapes, water and cablavlsion in Brentwood 452 1740 

11 luded *155 314 Us 1 

I BEDROOM UTILITIES NEAR _ „ 

l a gitlallvc Bullcjing* Suitable UPPER DUPLEX. I BEDROOM, 

mature person* 383->?iS 


AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY 
In new building town location 
t »l* ul par king I5i 

( eledoma Ground floor com 
menial or office spate and itl 
till alow. ,,00f “Bite »pac# Fully rerpeted 
**ii0 -n ‘l partitioned Rent* 4785 end 
* *185 Cell ( MANN . 


MONEY TO l/JAN 


S5J went lo borrow from $2500 415,000 
fur any purpose, wa now have 
preferred mortgage interest ralee 
in eltect 


stM/p In huty shopping centre 
11* en excellent butlnatr " 
overturn ot over 43c,. 
'steadily Incraasing Modari 
man! and naw fiftmgt add to 

ly renovated Interior The total 
e is 423,500 and some term* 

_ Le arranged Phone owner 

alter 7 p m el 477 84*4 


1 garage* 

IS! J^ i,h ont lor let 
434,000 and (ol |, Doubt* 
iodarn equip / EGLEH 388 


NR KING GEORGE TER 
EABlJi/JIIS PANORAMIC 

quality built naw homa with VIEWS 

*q tt mRin lloor and three For 


uguef I SIN 38ft 2735 
4115 IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY | 


.. . , »r*a 2 

Ground floor Central Immaculate 1 nlldren 
apartment Adult* 4/9 49)4 479 1800 


.at J45 7741 

HANLEY AGENCIES l TD 

1 e~f UH< *tove PRIME OEFICE SPAC E AVAIL 
ui.b roiirsa -l,le *' ,n alfracllv# leasing lerrn* 
•“'i _. ,0ur ‘*' Al*n retail *P*ra In various parts 
of the ciy, some^avad^tjto now 

BOUlIBEE, SWEET REALTY 
LIMITED 
31ft5S4I 


p It BROWN ft SONS LTD 

747 Fori SI 38ft3431 


MORTfiAGK I DANS 

Flrsl -- 

1175 Bl*n4hard 


385-1771 


MONEY 

gagt* --- 

aureamsnts and 
rbased tor cash 
price 


BERNARD and CO LTD 


hast, tint water supplied 1360 Pen 
dura, SI to Available September 1 
1 BEDROOM SUITE CLOSE TO 657 3105 
fladen and Dockyard* Haat and 
ablavlsion Inc luded 4130 3*ftll26 SOOKE 

Naw 7 and 3 l/edroorn duple* well 
ON LINDEN, ATTRACTIVE, I lo-wall. hot water hast Osunrn* 
hadroom suite, private entrance. Salas and Service i*e 7191 
4110 477 2872 


Uiil-wgiijum >ima», run. 

nished, 4130 to 4160 . 592 9516 


BLENKINSOP CEDAR HILL 
AND Rued, * Ida side duplex, 7 
fur I rooms, basement, garage, 
Sept I 477-3823 evenings 


IM 


OFFICE AVAlLABl E NOW 1500 
to tt divided into 5 rooms All or 
part avallabli Reasonable rale* 

Sawyer Sawing Centre. (40 For* 

SI , 3*8 *371 

T0wn ^and ^Counlr^#u*orr^tk°oli PB,Mi OFFICE* FROM 450 TO *** por * 

Can between 65 X) *■■?«» »«•' Werehou*# from YmJ - 

BfVmi “ *■» 10 MO lo 3.600 *q If OH DOU0I46. ‘ kM l„^2!L*w °4« 

Fully partitioned Vacant Reason . 

NEW 2 BEDROOM HQME FOR 9hla 479 *924 9?‘ “J 001 

'• n, „ JlV* rafarantM OFFICE SPACE, COURTENAY Ltd 

Phone 384-1683 evenings B ( >aaland Bldg < anlral loca 

VIEW ROYAL, 2 BEDROOM. VA |l®n Downtown 600 and 700 so fl 
canf September 1, 4115 par month Will complal# tg suit tannanl (.44 

479 4619 Phona 787-4034. Mr Laigh 

2 BEDROOMS. BOAT MOORAGE, IESQUIMALT PLAIA - On* Stor* 
utilities included. 41*0 Phona 38ft | l*H, *<»•*• *#mll) 


inocb 
Also 
lortgaga* pur¬ 
se us I oc top 


- those seeking a lovaly family 

, .... ........ ba your home on e wonderful taaview 

less than replacement answer the large I R ha* loralion, wa ere privileged lo olfar 
lot | ORRAlNE granite Hone llraplect with an Ihl* 4 bedroom 2 »lor#y at 449 500 

___47Z1. 592 1 748. J M extended hearth The dining room Built in 193* and very well 

WhiHome end Co Ltd it large will, sliding door* lo Ihe constructed it g|*o contains 41 ft 

wilh open lira" 


deck The kitchen ' 


IKV nnoi PM • vr • V.V ■ living room with open fireplaca. 

sxs ui/hl _ «.,,iing area with more than separata large dining room and an 

13 year* old 2 bedrooms ae<h haaulliul weiiiul cabinet* ellrecllve cosy den. 3 sets of 

tide •i< r, “tl / .‘•P*T#le hp’i'M Tiie bathrooms are spec ial with Plumbing All this it surrounded by 
centrally localed l arge kill hen, 4l >loured lixture* Tlie master beautiful lawn* and Oardans E* 
ulllity root", good llvingrboni. ami | W j rgB(n will hold your bedroom • r lutive agent Phone Jen* lllley 
ellechad ger#»e. f p ' ui,, 'here I* Ho I uak lluj.rir.g or Frank Butler (ANYTIME) J*ft 

.... _ Term* available, call Grant Mac #fK , M(i «ihy carpel The Spre 17/1 

rowlh IIOOuo will f arlane 386 7545 anytime Island bathroom end 2nd lirapiera piu* 

-- '■* parking tor 2 or more car* Is a SEEN F.VERYTI1ING 

prally good star! on a suit V. . 

I Financing is great al 9G par canl Tbu saa thl* excellent 

.. eecouon* • n< * ,u " pri<# 01 ,hl * larrlfli. ' i '?•“} • ,n P d,rn bu * i0 ' 

resy matnteneic cxcaiieni home is only 832.008 2 bedroom homa *- 

ondilion pleasant garden, trull 'WK»'»ma •* “niy *m,«w 
I raa*. quiet loralion Foe addi IXJN RlJBr.RlatJN 

‘ .. lift 9766 


TASTKK FREE/. 

Burniide Place Victoria. B( 

145,000 annual gro*. »ale. Good 
opportunity lor growth, IIO Ouo will --. , j 

handle Writ# Teiiee-^reer IPad Homa* lid 

fii ) ltd, CO (Olfica Ovarloadl DUPl EX NEAR GOVT Bl DOS 

895 Fort SI, Victoria, or phone Pfil€ reclucti fo 422,500 1.17. ~rU .ki.^'i.,;] 

3M 5565 be*y malntene.e ^acallBirt e »! oml 832**i 

BARBER SHOP Blxxtxnl aardan trull SPiY.***7*l?: 

Two Chair* In am of the busiest i’ionai InTormattorTpiaasaV#ll 
tocatton* downtown Victoria Lot* THOS E ANDERSON 

of potent el tor lulurm hair ifyltnu Ht . *«? 315a Off 3B67M 

for Ihe right man Good lea** and w *J2i (r aal Trusl 

--nt. Inrludmg tree parking for Montreal .ru*. 

istomar Selling baraue* ol 
1711 - pTlc a 46.950 


imtortabl# 

|Gonj#ias araa” Hardwood "JCSS 
extra high basamanl with fir* 

place, — * ^- *' £ - j 

426.500 . 

(ANYTH 


high basamanl with fir# 
T l li' 1 * E 


Ilia 


health reason* Asking 
11 Victoria Press. Box 147 
scatlanl drapery *ew 


1 hutines* 1 


7 ROOM SUITE WITH KIT 2453 CEDAR HILL ROAD 
• henetta, 445 can be *aen 1429 large, 1 bedroom tower, haat. hoi 
Vinin* Sfreel, I 4 pm weekdays . water Hove. Iridge supplied 4146 
month 


FURNISHED SUITE FOR RENT 
Haal and water included $85 
Apply 124 SI Andrews SI 


2 BEDROOMS, BOAT MOORAGE, 
utilities included. 1180 Phone 38ft 
| 3540 evening* 


3540 eyaninos 

LARGE 4 BEDROOM HOUSE, 
near Beacon Hill Park 4220 
3172 

SUITE HO 


Reasonable Available 
alely 2174 Harriet Roai 


2 BEDROOM SUITE. FURN 

Ished, available September 1st StDE BY SIDE, 7 BEDROOMS 
Adults Ne pats 382-0724 Newly daroratad, 954 Inverness. 

JAMES BAY, 2 ROOM SUITE, il0 ° * i7,iV 

cneture parson. 470 306 4934 1 0 0 4 PEMBERTON ROAD 

3-ROOM SUITE, 49$ HILLSIDE {Hfc P#U 

* 34 ’ 7 ° ^AVAILABLE .MMED.ATELY^^Wy 


COTTAGE FOR RENT NO 
rhildran. 47$ month Phona 4/ft 
$127 


rhildran * wear, florist, ?V *#>** F,rn'morf»*o#'Slf.Jio for"*** 
Royal Trust, 1*4-4311 W 


’(v 


OFFICE FOR RENT, 4TENG- 
graphir and tetaphona answering 
available *24 Fori St., r. 


YARROW pUIlJJING 
Tilled Offica Ipare available M* 
*00 sq. It. Royal Trusl MR-4311 


WORKSHOP, STORE, OR STOR 
age. 500 *q. fl. on Burnside 4100 
plus utilities. 3*62111 or 477-4044 


7 HOUSI 

III- AND DOWN DI1PI.KX ^..‘".*‘^1 

Try your nilsr on this apl rnned *trucNon Lolb hogs#* have l 

- - 'iwn bedrooms, large living rooms 

ijnpir.xr.r n*'*"*'" »r-> r »•.»■■■-** riiuyn» ■•••< •'*'»•» nry“*•.*• ’’2* large kitchen* Double garage 

if.lA Y*i»h a long e*tabli*t>ed cltenfele end price cad Marge t.appar, 477 # |, 0 ie IB# workihop and storage 

••••”]•■ • wu J,f Insuring Irnmediale proNI* Localed 1141 or 593 9544 building Well landacapad In 

end hlBjjasI prlca* paid I tanlr# of town MUST be sold Block fro* Realty Lid diUrlcf of all new house* All 

Survey llu# haeith priced tow to sail Shalbourna reasonable oiler* considered No 

k 8!,OdNXll> li.llll Ilf 1 AND DOWN nUXLX* IN .wnll, BlMU »«!"«»«,•» C.ll 

MO%«F*l TB115T &oul» Folfll.ld, 1 U»l"» •»»•' •' 

MONT NF Al I HI,61 ^ |„„ PHIVAIfc OAfC IM.M0 _ . 

BEAUTY ftALON BAAAL.U a- modarn kllthah with dining area Economical modern house, kltch- “fMn Ida 
chair salon with good steady with spacious I badroorn separate an , jivina room and flreplara, 2 Universlly 

motor* clientele Centrally located entry *uli# 422.400 Principals htfroomi and 1 bedroom in full ' " ‘ 

bus rout# Suit single lady only 4S3-244) basamanl Sloya, fridga and wash¬ 

er Included Nit# gar da n and axfra 
irajf*. Good loralion, ^iosa Wood 


OPEN lIOtlfiK! 
GORDON HE Ah 
■AT l UM SO P M 
IB 12 SIAM HOI! I, 

(l EF T OFF_^QR fl£*E RI 


MORTGAGE 


MORTfiAftEH FOR 
KALE 


ao/iaie ona owner, 
well bull! bungalow, tic 
[I#!*, Ri 


3 bedroom 
close lo sub 
d< Clu" • 


MORTGAGE FOR SALE 


month 

«rv 


Paymanl* 

Older hor 


tov 


r pur 
/roperly 


J r”' I WXLI--KWT OfDEX HOMiJFDX 

AUcN.ud .maI.,, ’ust. «*'»&.-ar 


HOARDING HOllSK 

town, Offara «> 


For panic 


IT 


SfLF-C.ONTAINED I BEDROOM 7 REDROOM DUPLEX, 
su.la, rloM-in, 494. 2*69273 and fridga. 4150 446121# 


AVAILABLE 4EPT. 1ST HOUSE 
wilh 4 badrooms, gar**a, 4145 
1340 Boy SI 3*3-07*7 

HOUSE, *160 PER i-.T. Waa,, —i 

322 John Street i 1 * 11 303 9911 

.BEDROOM WITH FRIDGE AND 1 i* > *., PA> *.P 0 * P .^YE»fUE : 7M 8Q 
uriwM naia ama, Nab t cax.oiai ft of well appointed office space, 
stove, basan ecu, oil heat 5ff-7i*3 L„ ifrM , p-rh(ng 3R7-S44I 

YOli Ua LIKE warehouse space to rent 

THE FINE HOMES |ApfkyVmate |y Moo »q. ft 3*2 *111 


Really Lfd 3063231 

ENGLISH FISH ANO CHIP SHOP 


mhf-Si 

CO LTD- 

1111 GOVERNMENT HT. 


ADVERTISED IN TODAY S 


n.A.SSIMED 


IlSHUn.! 


FOR RKNf, im QUA 


_ Man and wife easy operation. Po 

•3231 tentlal oultianding Long lease 
Ownar laavlno tlfy. Victoria Praia, 
laid Jlraf " 
jf further 

l I’M ENT 


AGREEMENT POR BALE, H7.« 
474 2)09 


Excellent covenant 


.r^leavln* 

BOUTIQUE FOR SALl 

.... u Xi —a - 


word’s, school, bus. For furthor 


a m.-II o. 

4404)00 will handi* full prlca privaf# E »#l3 e ^fo*l( T to MA |!ul* qulal 
13 units, excellent condi--| location with Olympic view Walk 
indsoma rotorns, call — | |ng alsianca to 2 shopping canirat. 
Really 3861941 1 90 lf, and near bus In excellent 

lftMAtpfATE POS6ESSION PRr | wparat# dlnl. -0 


Universlly Rumeu* U# ioom, tore* 
ull *undtc k and landacapad seclusion 

* vBZmr raPMLM *' 

GEORGE THORN El OE 

38.1/HI 

c, IUKW8WtrEr 


centra of downtown Exraltont 
. owth Mianfial Illness raason far WATERFRONT 
sale Principals only 677 4248 Trlplox. ctoao-in, a 


vstosato Spaciou*ch#f mlngup ! ? H rm «••»*«»• d,nln 9 


) SUITES 

_ __ axcaiianf condi 

GROCERY STORES FOR RENT j (“ft bo#l moor,B# ' 

or sola Excallsnl larms availobia., No 

■M*"- uiurm 

URGENT, CONSIDER TRADES (antral lar af Ion Newly tan 
small bu*ina*« suitable tor lady sirurlad (onlarl R. Quigg, 01 
Phona M2 2094 after 4 11731 O K Rental* 


iLANFORD AREA BY OWN 
5-year stucco bungalow 3 I 
oom plus 1 down in full high b 


btx*i v r£f kXvi 


JUST IJSTEDI! 

Quudra-Ukahlli $19,500 

really 


Retired or sfarlii 
nlc# stucco "" 
mant on 
seclusion 


tr start ing out I A really 

? art ra xr. 

'i lar** afar 
2 badrooms, 


taclusion Not naw but in axral 
heal r °°Sriv# in 


be* bean*a shewpfac* 

a liiri* work Ownar will 


lake raasonJU 
ana tarry ba| 
buyer Exriusii 
son 384 7)28 fl| 


jy# 


Hawke* I Id 


irJHak 


l» ROIJiES FOR BALE U0 HOI'REB FOR lAIxR 


W 1 
nun mm 
I) « 


P. Hanley Agencies Ltd. 
3293 Douglas St 


Dou*las If.. Offica 
1867741 


OPEN HOUSE 
OPEN HOUSE 
4152 HAWKES 

1:30-4.38 FRI. 

Roomy family 4-BR homa In quial 
no-traMIc araa — LR wilh moil 
attractive liraptoca — family DR 
K with EA - toll high 
basamanl — large tread, lanced lot 
— asking 424,500 in attendance; 
BILL HORAN, 477 1247 
BILL BATES. 458 1444 



Hil 


D ' ATKmImIT l 

Dougl Offica 


1541 ( EDAR GLEN 

mi 

A SPECIAL HOME 
GORDON HEAD 

There li a certain pari af each 
municipality that everyone likes 
and that Is the tree covered pari 
ol Cedar Hill Road In Gordon 
Haad This home Is a large, wall 
" ■ —- -• 


designed and 

r*Aq . _,„_ T ■■■ 

il »H* on 39 acre corner, 




-D F H - 


Bav n a a r baaulllul 
Gardens, this 

beam homa f-- - -.... 

■ bathrooms, living room w' ,h 


room with (iroplaca, dining room 
with paflo off. Kifchon with large 
family room off. An extra sun- 
room. 6pca. bath, furnace room, 
storage room. Lois of parking. 
This homa was built bv * 
contractor tor himsall, Is plastered 
Inside and has hardwood floor* 

. . For an appointment lo view call 
Fulcher! I TER• Y MANN 477-IV24 Or>17711 


OPEN HOUSE 
OPEN HOUSE 
OPEN HOUSE 
6715 WALLACE DR 

SAT AfTERNOpN 1:164 P.M For an appolnlmar .. ._. 

It, Br|n|woo(| ITERBY MANN <77-1924 or Hi 


baaulllul ■“'cnari ■ or »«« m# af Open House, 
I* lovaly post and Saturday. August 7, 197), from 1! 
faalura* 3 badrooms, B m 


House, 


raMMthrooms, living room wttn 
lloor to calling llreptoca. dlnln* 
room with sliding door* to a 
balcony and covered sundack. 
spacious ultra modarn kitchen 
with built-in appliances, large 
family room with sacimd fir#- 
iplac* All this and many, many 
433,950 


more 


a extras Askln* prlca I.... 
STAN EAKIN In atlandan 
■ 385-7741 or raa. 479 18)8 


nca 


—D.F.H.— 


Just 


-D F .H - 


OPEN HOUSE 
OPEN HOUSE 
11H.1 UNION ROAD 

1:164:10 SAT 
ft bedroom tamlly homo close to 


SEVEN BEDROOMS 
GORDON HEAD 
NEAR UNIVERSITY 
4-vears-old, this extremal 1 
family hom« it local# 
within walking distance of th 
universlly, the Racquet Club an< 
elementary schools. Thar* ar 
seven professionally finished bad 
rooms with an eighth bedroon 
roughad-in An Ideal horn* tor 
large family or someone Inlet 
ested In boarding University sli 
denis This home must be seen I 


_____ _it m Man 

)anji wel]* locate 


ftbadroom lamlly ttoma — ctoe* to i l00|) p r | r « d «i $41,950 Fo 
b S i irM D i^? #r in ,ur,h *r details and an appolnlmei 
kitchen, dlnln* rm., fireplaca In - 
iivlns rm. Extra balhrm In full 
baaamanl Excallanl tore* rac , 
room alao with fireplaca. Ideal tor 
growing family Askln* 428,950 ' 

In attaMahca: 


y call; 

STAN EAKIN 

385 7741 or rat 479 Mil 


D F H — 


-DFH 


OPEN HOUSE 
OPEN HOUSE 
OPEN HOUSE 
1220 REYNOLDS RD. 

SAT. 1-30-4:30 

f nm# oul and sa* Ihl* Immacu¬ 
late. 4 bedroom full basement 
tamily home set amongst beautiful 
i rust, plantings end lush lawn* in 
the popular and allrat live Lake 
Hill dlsfrli l Thera are 1500 sq fl 
oi comfortable living space Includ 
ing a spacious living roOm with 
fireplace, guest tiled separata din 


N P 
O R 
R I 

T A C 

B E 

ASSOCIATES LTD. 
1314 Quadra St. 3HY24 


ing 


kill han 


lOW DOWN PAYMENT 419.500 or otter 
available Asking prlc* is *26.900 * I tendance 385 245* 


OPEN HOUSE 

1417 AMHERST AVENUE 
SIDNEY. SAT 2 5 
Taka Fat Bay Highway to B#ac 
Avenue Turn toll al Slh Tt 
right at Amherst A most dt* 
able rallramahl horns, partlculai 
It you art also Interested in 
small supplement to your Incon 
Dofi Bacon 


availabl* Asking pries I* »/6 vuo 
MUST BE SOLDI Coma end max* 
your olfar 

STEVE MOONEY 
TERRY MANN 
3*5 77*1 (34 firs ) 


DFH 


OPEN HOUSE 
OPEN HOUSI 
BRENTWOOD BA> 

FISHERMAN’S 
HIDEAWAY 
6981 ANGLERS l^ANE 

SAT 1.30 4 


Drive oul West Saanich Road, 
turn left on Merchant Road and 
go right down to the water You II 
iova III A charming, secluded 
liidaewey right on Brentwood Bey! 
1 ISO sq It of remodelled, very 
i omforteble, 2 bedroom home 


MAGNIFICENT! 
OAK BAH NORTH! 
CI/JHE TO SEA! 
ONLY $29,51X1! 

This it a meny-splendortd ho 
of over 1800 *q. II where you t 
enioy the tranquility of a qc 
tlreet in a prestige araa A vr 
spacious anfranc* hall toads t 
l.) a gigantic living room aim 
30 ft Iona, complete with 
granite fireplace throi 
French doors io a separata uu< 
*Ue dining room a delight 
ktkhen with knotty pine cebln 
double stainless steel sinks t 
a sunny breakfast araa 
bedroom* one Is Mammoth i 
plus ■ study 2 bathrooms 

toll basamanl OOM healing 

laundry room drive in gars 

You will anioy tha lovaly flow 
and shrub* the peaches hang 


narrow — _ . — . _ 

loralionl ranlasfir vltwl Fp^a gret,nhou*« This suburb home 
nut end *## tor you»*#lfl Asking n.jning throughout quick 


STEVE MOONEY 
3«ft 7761 24 URS. 


session end financing 
arranged Please call 

GLADYr'K Mc.LURE 


DFH 


rilEOK AND COMPARE 
PICK AND CHOOSE 
ONE FOR YOU 
FOUR GREAT BUYS 


First li 


FRESH ON 
THE MARKET 

me advertised Ba tha 


EXECUTIVE HOME 
< HUGE BEDROOMS 
BATHS 

SYR Ol D QUALITY HOME 
SEPARATE DINING ROOM 
SPAC IOIJS LIVING ROOM 
FAMILY ROOM ' 

KITCHEN 

Fill l BASEMENT. 

1 ARE LOT 
MAKE YOUR 
*41,000 


IBM. - 
Ihl* on#-o> 
ruktom built stucco bungs 
Choice Gorge location, clot* To 
and shop* 1 arga living room 
' >(Ty s 


HUGE 

EASY 


1 BEDROOMS. 3 YR S 
LOVELY l IVlNG •' 
ING RMS 
F AM" 


fireplace Family slia dining n 
l at ye bright cabinet ale 
kitchen the most Inter# 
hexagon break test nook 
windows) I have every seen 
large bedrooms plus ona In 
basement Stucco and pi 
conalrucllon Oak floor* In 
rooms Drlva-ln oarage. Larg 
wilh profusion of shrubs, rosai 
flowers Estate s«l* *24,000 
Bacon 385 2458 


DIN 


KIT 


AMILY fAB 

4 PCS- VANITY BATH. 3-PCE 
EN SUITE 

FIJI l HIGH BASE ME N1 
BEAUTIM. 


INVESTMENT 
JUBILEE HOSP. ARF 

New wiring, OOM furnace. c< 
plumbing, l.R and OR, all 
kilt han, lull base Perfet l 
retirement or rental, needs 
paint and fixing Ownar c« 
lull baton, e 41400 down. 4141 
month 4I4.SOO Oori* Adam* 
2458 


FIJI L Y l ANDSf APED 

I OT 

All FOR ONY 428.900 


E T T E M A H E A L 
ETTKMA REAL 

ETTEMA HEAL 

l TD 

1802 ( ixik SI. 381 


OAK BAY OAK BAY 
TUDOR CHARMER 
EXCELLENT CONDITION 
TOTAL OF 4 BEDROOMS 
LIVING RM WITH FIRE- 
PI ACE 

B E A U T I FULLY REDONE 1 
KITCHEN 

4 P< E VANITY BATH ANO 
2 PCE IN FULL HIGH BASE 

Mt-N-j Family home .. 

LOVELY LOT WI IH FRUIT room* Basement Baaulllul 
location Try your down pay 
EASY FINANCING Owner may (arni-Quick p 

ASKING *25,900 »tun Phona P ET!EMA to 

address 385 711$ 


ESQUIMALT 
.7 HEDROOMS 
116,900 

with *p( 

■ul 


O L D 1 


Ml TOl MlE AREA 
SPK AND SPAN 

) BEDROOM li 
HOME 

COMPLETELY RE DECOR 
A TED 

SPACIOUS KITCHEN 
IOVEIY LIVING AND DIN 
ING RMS 

FIJI I HIGH BASEMENT 

EASYtARE LOT 

CLOSE TO All. CONVENE 

ENCES 

EASY TERMS. 423,9S0. 


ESQUIMALT 
\ BEDROOMS 
117.900 

(nmparl family home 


baaamanl J or rifle vali/e 
down paymanl could handle 
lul Phone PETER TER 
lor It™ address. 383-71II ot 


479 I, 


INFO ON 
iPERTlES 


-QFH- 


E AIRFIELD 
4 HI DiUXJMS 
$18,900 

_ey family horn# net 

lu»«ph't Hospital Full ba* 
Good buy Phona J ETTEA 
Hie address. 383-7115 


GORGE AREA 

GOOD VAIUE hi i.un/iiK 

MUST BE SOI D .'MEDRTXJMh 

Hare is your uppor(unity lor a good tiw uui 

buy on a modern lamilv home . , 

large living room with fireplace, Living room, large kilchei 
L theped dining room, 3 good »l/ed I dinlnq *•#(.# Seperel# i 
bedroom* on the main Full base l erg* lot Excellent c» 
rnanl wilh finished r#i rm. The Stove and Indue Ih'luded 
extra lergp tot is baaullfulto land-1ha*t PETbll TER VEER 
.IT - n TLC. Vary ot Re* 4/915*8 


scaped but naad* torn* TLC. Vary tor 
wall priced al 125,900 and MUST I 
BE SOLD Make an offer Use fh« 


Contact 

JOHN lARTON 

31$ 7741 (24) HRS) 


DFH 


GLANFORD ARE 
4 BEDROOMS 
119,900 

Family bom# with full b# 
Hot water haatinq Doub 
port Room for trailer 
PETER 1 ft H VEER I 
address 38 3 7115 or raa 471 


NEW I ISTING, 

' AV, LIGHT |ND! 1ST Ft 

BE ACH ACCE , , i m i ic ur\i i 

Af ROSS THE STRFf T ftOx 110 PLUS HOD 

QUIET ST 3 BE DR MS CITY CENTRE 

7 yr old bn! lu*t Ilk# naw, gar , ,.k 

darter* delight, »m#l greenhoisr. r hotre properly with 
a deluxe rellremenl home, f>##u*i hou*a and driveway E 
lul w-w In l#r*a LR (with (Ire spot tor tradesman 43I.9QT 
Plate) dining rm, hall* and l ETTEMA tor Ihe eddn 
bedrmt, toll basement, rarporl, 7115 
fenced lot 80x160'. prit# 427.9M 

*52 1412 r¥s #6L Atffll 24 HRS | 


HIGH QUADR2 
3 HEDROOMS 
$22,900 


•rot. Urn views from tha llvln* 
and dlnlnp room windows ar# gor- 
gaous T6* outdoor Milo at the 
rear ovarlooks a beautiful and ao- 
< luded landscaped garden Thla I# 
e prim* loralion so h'fry on Ihl* 
on*. Asking 546000 (FIRM) wilh 
excallanl I'tms For further Infor- 
alion and view this axclusiva 
, roniatl 


Charming horn* with 
manl Nicjs lot Large 
— Wvi 


tlie address. 383 711$ or I 


t isl ing, coni 




Both reduced In prlca. 

KJSSw’l KIRt: 

arranged by owners 2 
900 0 college, wall back 
Duly 10 toal touch Iror 
513/00 

ALSO 

Versatile front house, 
rounlrv *»yia, isofi fl., t 

ST.K7 

lirapiera 43I OOI) 







































































/ 


I A Co. Ltd. 


rick building of S 
ml opportunity lor 
Mfractlvo Igrm. 
25,000 

nRiPt'ix 

troo In Esquimau, 
ochool levels and 
!!• sundacks, largo 
th fireplace*. Ihroo 
II ■ to • wall carpal, 
mca* and drapes 
f t h a r baiamanl 


KVKM'E 

raw WAMTIP 

EH REQUIRED IM 

iwfir 

i-*433 lHand Pacific 

rn 3-3 bad room i>S 
ood 3 lo 4 plan 
(DEN - 47* U7* 
TRUST CO 3(4-3*41 

3 BUYER WANTS 
nts, already built, up 
rinclpali only Vlcto- 

( 154 

HKRTIAI, OK 

IHTWAI 

>PERTIE8 

: x x x x x x 

lULTBEE X 
3WEET X 
Really X 
C Ud. X 
X X 
X 

a Trust Affiliate 
308-551)1 

aied commercial 
n Douglas near 
Shopping Centre, 
tuildiug presently 
ail IRA FREED- 
BOULTHEE, 
R KALTY 
388-5501 or 592- 


Mi HOME* FOR IAJJI _ 

WWW WWW* 

WWW WWW 

WWW WW WWW 
WWW WW WWW 
WWW WWW 

WHITTOME '« 
wewwwwwwwwww 
"DOWNTOWN BRANCH’ 

706 FORT ST. 388-4271 

wwwwwwwwwwww 

OPEN HOUSE 
785 Middleton 
Sat. 1:30 to 4:30 

This 3-badrm, lull baaamanl homo 
is I m macula la — see. dining ream 
-feed kllchan — place tor irafior 

OPEN HOUSE 
333 BENHOMER 
COLWOOD 

^ SAT AUQ. 7—1.30 to 4 M 
Vary gracious vaar-aid homa. 

wsr-j 

dining roam Rac ream In baaa- 

OmWw mm,: oweN 

OPEN HOUSE 
Saturday 1:30-4:30 
2780 Penelope Place 
I Off Van Tilburg i 
Colwood golfers, Ixroking for 
h larger-than average home 
but on an easy-care lot? You 
| should see this 1600 sq. ft., 

13-bdrm., 3-bathronm home 
Just 5 minutes to the <iolf 
Club. AIJ plaster Interior 
I with 25 ft. LR. separatn 
1 12-ft. square DR, large 
' bright kitchen with teak 
cabinets. Rec. room witii 
FP requires only floor cov¬ 
ering located on a cul-de- 
sac of quality homes. Early 
occupancy. Asking 137,500. 
Exclusive with Wilfred 
Davis, 388-4271 or 058-5276. 

OPEN HOUSE 
Saturday 1:30 to 4 30 
2035 Cedar Hill X Rd. 

One of the besl. if not the 
liest buy in a new home in 
Oak Bay near UVIC. Split- 
level design with 3 BRa and 
den lor 4th BR), 3 bathrma, 
family room off kitchen, 
built-in range, dishwasher, 
garburalor You can select 
your own colors for carpet¬ 
ing or have oak floors. Re¬ 
duced Price 349,900 

WIlJf’RED DAVIS, 

C. J. HARRINGTON 
388-4271 

•SNOW WHITE 
BUNGALOW 
TWO FULL BTHRMS. 

Immsculals live rooms plus 
rumpus room In lull bSMmsnl 
Could bs in-law lulls MUST BE 
SOLD OPEN TO OFFERS ASK 
ING (31.000 - TERMS. Call. MR 
L WRIGHT, 344 4371 or 47*21 SR 


I/JOKING FOR SPACE 


3WNTQWN 

Commarcla 


SAANICH 

Industrial, housa and 
Iklns lll.sfo 
Isrs from Mr Fortune 
Homss Lid . 3504 

Tel 314-7445 
IGHT INDUSTRIAL 

plus oldar 2 - 
homa. 


_emen 

•4*130 ft .. 
prka of II*. 
q. ft. plus 
•Ih on 


uil bass 
lr. (37,000 


1(1 ACRES, EX 
msrcisi location l.aasa 
47( 4414 

I AM FOR MUI 

vl A N PA C IFIC 
ALTY LTD 
ROUGHTON ST- 

34& 974S 


t,£:, Y .:rs 

plus separata garage Full 
.. jn main floor plus toilet 
oown. High snoysh to anioy ilia 
view of the City, the properly 
offers a fee I ing of spaciousness yal 
is still close to all amenities Full 
Price only »l*,*O0 Exclusive wllh; 

JOHN BUNYAN 
BUS. 388-4271 RES. 477-4513 

OAK BAY BORDER 
An ideal family home with 3 BN 
plus Den Lerse 1 Iving Room end 

n Persia Dining Room 3 sets of 
umblns, larstr then avarese lot 
with lots of fruit trees Perking 
and close lo schools, bus shops 
Lois of room for development In 
the lull basement Vary clean Full 
Price only 134,500 

JOHN BUNYAN 
BUS. 388-4271 RES. 477-4513 


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OPEN FOR INSPECTION 
2620 MacDONALD DU. 
(Queenswoori Areal 

SAT . AUG 7 - 1.30 4 00 
Lovely specious home silualed on 
over ~j acre of iread properly In a 
quiet secluded sefllng Home con 
sisls ol throuyh hell plan, 15’xia 1 . 
living room end dining room wllh 
French doors opening on to large 
sscluded patio with barbecue, 3 
bedrooms, convenient cab kitchen, 
with utility room off dan, plumbed 
end wired, 4 pea venily bathroom, 
oil HA healing, close lo bus, shop 
ping tenlra. school end beach 7“* 
mortgage Offered at (33,900 For 


OF THE YEAR 
1A1. EXECUTIVE 
US BEDROOMS 
fATHHOOMS 
health forces the sale of 
wnar, 3-yr. old beauty 
te many feafues ere Ihe 
i« room with raised 
eplece end a 13*13 
m both with luxurious 
over no, I hardwood, 
i smart kitchen with 
a 3 bedrooms wllh 2 
off matlar bedroom and 

nufatad TumouV # * rJbm P'kr* laspacllori Vaif Doug Lawson 
npietea rumpus room . 77) rsuyTiASPi 

room roughad-in Many, 4,5 <*"YTIMfcl 
Ires aycn as custom 

i all windows and pallo • STOREY. 117,IKK) 
lund,ckl_ Th, .jMr.t. nLOSfc |tj OAK HAY AVI 


Sundeck) The aftrge < 
scaped lol Is (0x124 end 
glimpses Double rar A 


mile clri _ 
angst all new homes 
quit k sale el only 
villi terms available 

Li, MARSHALL 

nyllma 


lous rooms Living room and (fin 
ing room have panel walls end 
runs pentad end landscaped This 
could be your home I II be happy 
show II lo you rail Deter 
3(5 1/71 l ANY TIME I 


Springer 


> LARI 1 1- ROOMS? 
-LAW SUITE?? 


NR KING GEORGE TER 
EABIJI/)US PANORAMIC 
built new home with VIEWS 

M mein floor end three For those seeking a lovely family 
numbing might be your home on a wonderful seaview 
The large IR has location. we ere privileged lo olfet 
.tone fireplace wllh an This 4 bedroom 2 sloray at (49 500 
hearth The dining room Built In 1939 end very weli 
willr sliding doors to the constructed ll also contains 31 ft 
has a family living room wllh open fireplace, 
MPsrels large dining room and an 
•llrec live rosy den. ] tel* of 
Plumbing All this is surrounded by 
beautiful lawns ami gardens Ex 

1 liislve egenl Phone Jane l liley 
nr rank Bullet (ANYTIME) iti 

SEEN EVERYTHING 

Well until you sea this excellent 
value In a modern but comfortable 

2 bedroom home in desirable 
Gonrelas area Hardwood floors, 
extra high basement with fire 

Dn ji t mJm 


kilt hen nes a family 
ng area with more then 
eeulilul walnut rebinds 
rooms ere spatial with 
ll> lures The master 
will hold your bedroom 
tre Is No. I uek Mooring 
Illy carpel The 5-pce 
end 2rui lireplere Plus 
lor 2 or more cars Is a 
i out | slerl on e suite. 
i is greet el 9'« per cent 
full price ol this terrific 
s is only (32,000 

)N ROBERTSON 
385 9765 


place, 

124,500 Call 
(ANYTIME) 


2 MOUSES 

sires Close lo schools, 
centre Firsl class ton 
both houses have l 
», large living rooms 
lichens Double garage 
<it workshop end storage 
Well lender aped In 
of ell new houses All 
la offers considered No 
•lease Asking »4J,(00 rail 
i 471 1133 


OPEN HOUSE! 
GORDON HEAD 
SAT I 30-4:30 I' M, 
31112 ST AM HOLM, 

(1 EFT OFF MORTIMERl 
4 » MORTGAGE 


i Immaculate one-owner, 3 bedroom 
IVATE (ALE (20.500 well built bungalow, dose lo sub 

cal modern house, kllch ‘'(•ben plan, Ret quel Club end 
ig room and fireplace, 3 University Rumpus Room, large 

f {{j ' icwiLsaJSsMsTMAMi". 


cash 

school,” Krt." for further 
irs and appointment to 
hone M4-3MT between 9 


In, but quiet 
with Olympic view walk 
snee lo 3 shopping centres, 
id near bus. In excelltn! 
n throughout Altai lied 
I Bdrm., separate sflnlng, 
leundrv, workshop, no 

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IEA BY OWNER 

iK cknisi'.'.ifSkn m 

ge Oil best Clgsr lills Lol 
with fruit tries 124,Ml 


sunderk end landscaped seclusion 

OKOBCE THORMEIOE 
3SWI41 


Bias Si reel 


JUST LISTED!! 

Quudra-Ukahill 119,500 

Retired or starting oqll A really 

2 &g?iKwx o ms. 

seclusion Nol new but In (xrel 

9. W,%JxW"kifflK 

dlneMe, 1 bedrooms; (place bath 
TOM had Drive in garage 
G(rd#n has been a showpiece 
Made a mile work Owner will 
lake reasonable down payment 

E nd terry balance for reliable 
uyer Exclusive with Herb Hode 
son 3B4-713I Res 3(2 435 T)ou(T/» 
Howkos ITd 


OPEN HOUSE 
OPEN HOUSE 
4162 HAWKES 

Roomy famiW tSj^homa In quial 
no traffic area — LR wllh most 
attractive fireplace — family DR 
K with EA - full high 
basement — large treed, fenced lol 
— asking (34,100. In attendance; 
BILL HORAN, 477-12(7 
BILL BATES. 45( (444 


127,900 

A SPECIAL HOME 
GORDON HEAD 

There is a certain perl of each 
municipality that everyone likes 
and that is the tree covered pert 
' in Gordon 
, well- 
tomenl 


-0 F.H.— 

OPEN HOUSE 
OPEN HOUSE 
OPEN HOUSE 
6735 WALLACE DR. 

SAT AFTERNOON 1:1*5 P 
■ just south 



Bette CrimM. Victoria, S.C, Fridov, Aueuit (, 1*71 || 



... Cedar Hill Raid ... _ 

Head This home Is a large, well- 

designed and planned, ~~ --* 

remlier with 1.4M Sd, _ 

it sits on .39 acre corner, emsy 
lot with oaks, blue spruce and 
shrubs. 3 large bedrooms. Living 
room with fireplace, dining room 
with petlo off. Kitchen with large 
! family room off. An extra sun- 
i room. 4-pce bath, furnace room, 
storage room. Lots of perking, 
i This home was built by a 
, contractor for himsalf. Is plaeitrad 
' inside end has hardwood floors. 

- .. . For an appolntmanf to vtow call 

of Bran wood I TERRY MANN 4774W4 Or m 77»l 
sauiiful Bytchsrt or se « m# at Opan House, 
iovely post and Saturday, August 7, 1971, from l l 
lures 3 bedrooms, i p m 

•"•I —D.F.H.— 

SEVEN BEDROOMS 
GORDON head 
NEAR UNIVERSITY 

Just 4-yaars-old. this extramaly 
large family home Is located 
within walking distance of the 
university, the Racquet Club and 
i slamentary schools There ar( 
seven professionally finished bed- 
i rooms wllh an slghth bedroom 
roughed in An Ideal home for a 
large family or 
salad In boardlni 
danr 

t?i 

tool) Priced el —.. . _. 
further details and an appointment 
lo view cell. 

STAN EAKIN 

3(5 7/41 or ret 479-MU 


sled In boarding University stu- 
isnts This boms must be seen lo 

J appreciated a REALLY 
ICE ONE 11 (and well located 
ool) Priced el (41,950 For 


located imt soutl 
Bev near baautil 
Gardens, this lovel 
beam home features 
2 bathrooms, living room 
floor lo-csiling fireplace, d i 
room with sliding doors ip a 
balcony and covered sundeck. 
spacious ultra modern kitchen 
with built-in appliances, large 
lamlly room wltn second fire¬ 
place All this end many, many 
more extras. Asking price (33,950. 

STAN EAKIN In eilendence 
MS-7741 or ret 479-Mil 

-O F M - 

OPEN HOUSE 
OPEN HOUSE 
1163 UNION ROAD 

1:30-4:30 SAT. 

Fbedroom family home — close to 
srhuois. shops and bus. Modsrn 
kitchen, dining rm, fireplace In 
living r«n. Extra balhrm In full 
hasemtnl Excellent large rec 
room also with fireplace. Ideal for 
■rowlne family — Asking 121,950. 

In aMandanca: 

BILL BATES. 4M S444 
BILL HORAN. 477 1317 

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OPEN HOUSE 
OPEN HOUSE 
OPEN HOUSE 
1220 REYNOLDS RD. 

SAT. 1:30-4:210 

fnma out and sea this Immacu- 
isifl. 4 bedroom, full basemen OPEN HOUSE 

lamlly home sal amongst beauliful ” ' * *ucum 

trees, plantings end lush lawns ini *d!7 AMHERST AVENU6 
the popular end attractive Lake SIDNEY. SAT 2-5 

Hill distrliI There are 1500 sq f] Take Pet Bey Highway to Beacon 
of lomlorleble living space Includ- Avenue Turn tail ef Sth Turn 
ing a spacious living rodm with right el Amherst A mosl desir 
lireplere. guest sized separate din able retirement home, particularly 
ing room end a brand new ll you are also Interested in a 
kitchen EXCELLENT FINANC smell supplement to your Income 
iNG LOW DOWN PAYMENT (19,500 or oil or Do h Baron in 
eveileblt Asking price Is (26,900 eilendence 3S5-24M 
MUST BE SOLDI Come end 
your offer 

STEVE MOONEY or 
TERRY MANN 
3(5 7741 (34 hrs ) 


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1314 Quadra St. 



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TO PRIPGB COMMUNICATIONS GAPS! 

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SLEEPS PEEP WITHIN THIS TtfROfREP THROAT? 
ALAS, I GUESS I'LL ALWAYS Bf 
THAT GREAT 5ILENTMINORITY. 


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MB HOUBB8 FOR 8ALB 

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Yorkshire Trust Affiliate 
737 Fort 368-5561 

DEFINITION 
OF A HOME 

“A congenial environment", 
according to Webater'a 
Seventh Edition. Yet in 
these changing times, this 
seems to he s rare com¬ 
modity. In my opinion I 
have such a home for aale. 
Built about 50 yean ago, of 
premium materials and ex¬ 
cellent building standards, 
in the English style, on a 
lovely shady street in south 
Oak Bay on two lots, 
delightful for beauty, pri¬ 
vacy, shade trees, land¬ 
scaped In complete har¬ 
mony Manorial living room 
with fluted ceiling, sun room 
den, 3 bedrooms, 3 sets of 
plumbing, oil, hot water 
heat. Restful dining room 
with built-in buffet. Moder¬ 
nised spacious kitchen, 4 
fireplaces. About 2.200 
square feet on two floors. 
View by appointment only 
848,500 

BILL FELTON 
479-1936 388-5561 

ROCKHEIGHTS 
New 3-bedroom home, living 
rm. with fireplace, dining 
rm. with patio. Doors to 
large patio, cabinet electric 
kitchen, 4-pce. bathroom 
and 2 -pct. bathroom ensulte, 
wall-to-wall carpeting, 
washer-dryer ccsinections, 
douhle car|x>rt. Wide vista 
view over city and golf 
course, 834.500. To view call 
G. H. WllHseroft, MUM!. 
K. C. Robinson. 


tie HOUSE* FOB BAIJB 



BROADVIEW PROPERTIES 
1039 Johnson St. 
384-8001 

OPEN HOUSE 
2830 DUNLEVY 

FRI. 7-t, SAT S-4.3S 

i k*. bath.) I piu* "uj* 

Mlhl™C»irmlS fiXi 'Ina dtnlno 

» BBJW'Lr® 

IM'xllO' with Uplands Park for 

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OPEN HOUSE 
OPEN HOUSE 
BRENTWOOD BAY 
FISHERMANS 
HIDEAWAY 
6981 ANGLERS LANE 

SAT 1.30 4.30 

Driva oul Wad Saanich Road, 
lurn laft on Marchanl Road and 
no right down lo fha watar You'll 
lov« III A charming, mluded 
huinaway right on Braniwood Bay! 

) I SO so II of rsmodelled. vary 
i nmforlabla. 2 badroom homa mp 
aralad (rum lha watar by only a 
narrow right ol way Fantaallc 
locationl Fantadli vlawl Coma 
oul and »aa lor yourtalfl Aiking 
(34.900 

STEVF. MOONEY 
385 7761 24 HRS. 

-D F H — 

CHECK AND COMPARE 
PICK AND CH<X)SE 
ONE FOR YOU 
FOUR GREAT BUYS 

I tXfcCUTIVE HOME 

i HUGE BEDROOMS 3 
BATHS 

tYR OLD QUALITY HOME 
SEPARATE DINING ROOM 
SPACIOUS LIVING ROOM 
FAMILY room and huge 
kitchen \ 

Fill l BAiEMENT. \t A $ Y 
f ARE LOT 
MAKE YOUR O 
(41,000 


MAGNIFICENT! 

: OAK BAY NORTH! 

(TjOSE TO SEA I 
ONLY <29,500! 

' Thii is a many iulandorad homa 
of ovar IS00 »q. fl whara you will 
an|Oy fha tranquility of a qulat 
slraei In a pratfiga araa A vary 
ipaciout antranca hall laadi you 
| l.i a gigantic living room almost 
30 ft long, complata with a 
granlta f I r a p I a c a through 
French doors io a separata guest 
siia dining room a delightful 
kitchen with knotty pine cabinets 
double stainless steal sinks and 
a sunny breakfast araa - 3 
bedrooms one Is Mammoth slsa 
plus a study 2 bathrooms 
lull basament OOM heating 
laundry room - drive in garage 
Yuu will anioy lha lovely flowers 
and shrubs lha peaches hanging 
on lha Iraa and lha clusters ot 
green grapes in a vary usatul 
gr4«,nhous« This suburb home is 
shining throughout quick pos 
session and financing can be 
arranged Please call 

Gl.ADYCK McLURK 


WESTERN HOMES LTD. 
817 FORT ST. 


VACANT 
4 BEDROOMS 
1 YEAR OLD 

nto this delightful 
In *— *** ■— 


185-2456 


592-7121 


Move .. r ...... __ 

Colonial home In the Maplewood 
Area W lo W In LR and DR 
•wo bathrooms — Basement and \ 
Dble Car Fort. " ‘ 


jbla Car . 
oiler Asking 
3(3 2157 Eves 


mtnl and i 
' your trade or | 

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7317 


NEW HOMES 

For Sale 

OPEN HOUSE 
SUNDAY, AUG. 8 
2-5 P.M. 

TAMARACK ROAD 
SUBDIVISION 
IN COLWOOD 


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I M JACK MEARb M 

M OAK BAY REALTY LTD. M 
M 2194 Dak Bay Ave M 
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OPEN HOUSE 
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FRESH ON 
THE MARKET 


ijuIrPs'Tillf'i 

1 BEDROOMS, 1 YR 
LOVELY I IVING 
ING RMS 

FAMILY fAB ELEC 

4 PC^ VANITY BATH. 3 
EN SUITE 

FIJI l HIGH BASEMENT 
BEAUTIFULLY I ANOSCAPED 

1 OT 

Al l FOR ONY S29.900 

OAK BAY - OAK BAY 
TUDOR CHARMER 
EXCELLENT CONDITION 
TOTAL OF 4 BEDROOMS 
LIVING RM WITH FIRE- 
PI ACE 

B E A U TI FULLY REDONE 
KITCHEN 

4 P( E VANITY BATH AND 

2 PCE IN FULL HIGH BASE 
MENT 
LOVELY 
TREES 

EASY FINANCING 
ASKING (25.90(1 


Firai lime advarili 

In line lo see _ _ 

custom built stucco bungalow 
Choice Gorge location, clot# to bus| 
and shops Large living room with 
flreplaca Family siia dining room 
large bright cabinet electric 
kitchen The most interesting 
hexagon breakfast nook (lour 
windows) I have every seen Two 
larga bedrooms plus one In lha 
basament Stucco end plaster 
construction Oak floors In main 
rooms Drive-in garage Larga lot 
with profusion ol shrubs, rosas and 
flowers Estate s(le (34.000 Don 
Bacon 3(5 24M 

INVK 8 TMFNT 
JtIHILKF HOSP. ARKA 
New wiring, OOM furnace, copper 
plumbing, LR and DR, aladrh 
kilt hen. full base Parfacl lor 
retirement or rental, needs soma 
paint and fixing Owner carries 
lull balen.e *1 £00 down. (140 
month (14,500 Doris Adams 
2458 


SOUTH OAK BAY 
FAIJ<LAND AREA 
SECLUDED LOCATION 

1320 aq. ft. of gracious living on a 
secluded lot. Fruit traps, shrubs, 
rockarlas, 3 blks. to fha sea In 
exclusive area Large Lit, electric 
FP, 3 large twin flRs, full DR 
baadtfful kitchen with qvar-siu 
dining area Sundeck, patio Full 
basament with extra BR. Utility 
room wlrad for W and D. OOm i 
heal 2 car D-l garage Top 
condition Inside and out Financing] 
can be arranged, and cloaa offers 
will be considered on the full 
price ol (31,900 Call John Jamas 
3*2-2157 (24 hrs ) 

NAME YOUR OWN 
DOWN PAYMENT 
VIC HIGH 
3 BEDROOMS 

aungelow has 

Inina room. 1 
[rooms, modern kitchen, utility 
“ basement, oil heat. 


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Fl 


No. 405 ON THE 
UPPER STREET 
1150 SQ. FT. 
PRICE 826,700 

No. 400 ON THE 
UPPER STREET 
1150 SQ FT 
PRICE 826,700 

No 406 ON THE 
UPPER STREET 
1150 SQ FT. 
PRICE 825.500 

No. 406 on the 
lower alreel 
1200 SQ. FT 
PRICE 828.500 


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f2(9 OSCAR sr. I iNll_. 

FAIRFIELD AVE 

Sea this Immaculate older immaculala rallramant, immacu- 
horna wllh beamed ceiling lata retirement, immaculala re¬ 
living and dining rooms tirament 1956 beauty in Goroa- 

Modarn kitchen with pantrv_ Craigflowar area 1100 so ft , 
FOUR BEDROOMS or 3 and 20 «i 4 living room, 10x11 dining 
DEN Full high basement with ( room, twu bedrooms, two flre- 
Rac room and fireplace. Oil P i ac8l , recreation room, beautiful 
tired hot water heating i>9»*a'» landscaping, vegetable garden, 
lr ‘“ FlMllit IlMnclhB IQ 


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Call now, John Jamas. M3 
hrs.) 


FAIRFIELD 
(we k lo seal 

(waif lo^'finf Pk ) 
looklni 


Art you II_ 

til your family 
budget? This mature 
BEDROOM *'■ *■ 

basament, 
homi 


for a homa lo 
AND your 


OPEN SUN . AU(j 8 
2-5 I'M 

MEADOWLAND DRIVE 
SUBDIVISION 
CENTRAL SAANIfW 


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/ING (Ras I Ma 1097 

131.900 
DO YOU 

UABir .nin KNOW WHERE "HIGH" 

^ Af RE HARRIET ROAD IS? 

• 2 . AnA Wall, you owe It to voursell to 

2-bedroom boma wllh separata j ,r J 1 v * ihrough this 1° w *'y rasidan- 
heafad studio or workshop ''a! area and explore. Take a peak 
Sitting room, dining room with *' *6* “ulsida of lie Maddock 
fireplace, c.ablnal kllchan, 4 Av« East (Gross taxes are only 
pee bath, carport Slucco (38115) Two bedrooms up end 
studio, 2 rooms 22x14 and one down. Wall-lo-wall carpel in 
14x9. oil heated, 100 amp living room Recently redecorated 
service On high ground over Tidy end cute. Interior viewing by 
looking valley Landscaped, appointment please 

fruit trees Asking (24.000 Call BRE ' ~ . 

DIBDIN RIVIERE, 598 3321. 

CORDOVA BAY 
LOCHSIOE 
(37,500 

LOOK 518,500 $ ta views from living room, 

CLOSt IN recreation room, dining room, 

A nawly renovated Jbedrbom n00k k || C hen and huge sundeck 
; wjrv hlca Mvina room Expensive wall-lo-wall carpal 
with tirejJlaca^and^ dining area combined will) oaK Approx 1800 


EWING (Res ) 3(5-1097 


Wa like lo trada 


as., 

is Ilia bal 

r .lhia lo'AkiJ|„ fhi* n hLmB 'wo Bainroom* rnrea oaorutimi 
a amah down qavmanl “hd room for more In lower level 
For information r.fi^ Bl L 0n » lcl « ol • h '"/ w,,r 

LPI..- in ~-!jS c *" 811 L minimal landscaping »../» 

nr«c*nl nutnor. 


iM IG bath, full 
, VALUE PACKED 
S CHARACTER AND 

J * Main floor consists 
ng room French doors 
lo dining room with Mamed 
'■ panelled walls and 


F, T T Fi M A BEAUTY 

I TT KM A REALTY 

ITT EM A BEAUTY 

ITD 

1802 Cook SI. 383 7115 

ESQUIMAU'!' 

3 BEDROOMS 

616,800 

with spacious 


Family . . _, 

LOT WIIH FRUIT moms Basement Beautiful Iraad 
location Try your down payment 
Owner may <arry Dunk posses 
smn Phone J ETTEMA for Ihe 
address 1(5 7115 


k lie hi 


celling, 

friendly fireplace, 
sawing room, large 
with panfry, and 2-p 
room Upstairs you have 3 
LARGE be d r o o.m s , with 
KiNGSi/fc closets, bathroom, 
with spacious built in linen 
closet In lha full baseman! wa 
have modern oil furnace, 
electric fibreglass hotwatar 
heater, 100 amp wiring, cop 
plumbing Tha roof Is In 
axcallant shape lust 4 - 


2498 MEADOW!.AND DRIVE 
1168 SQ FT. 

PRICK 827.000 

2523 MEADOWLAND DRIVE 
1158 SQ. FT 
PRICE 826.800 


Your homa may ba traded 

DELUXE SUITES 
OAK BAY 
WATERFRONT 

1 bedroom 

! bedroom 
bedroom 

For Iniormallon on lhasa 
suites please call w A 
MOHR. 59( 3371 


minimal landscaping Bull! for 
presanl owners In 1970 Quality 
home In popular araa Don't mlssl 
BRENT D EWING (Res ) 386 1097 


BETTER HOMfcZS 

1— Choice Waterfront 
lar views In one 
sreas ol victoria — A lovely 
older homa Quality throughout 
2-3 bedrooms, 2 full baths, large 
delightful entertainment rooms, 
den and easy-care garden — A 
rarity on tha market 
(70,000 Call J. B. Your 
•594 or 383-4124 anytime 

2— Outstanding lamlly homa In a 
beautiful area Close In — this 
small mansion on secluded 
grounds I s something vary 
special, large entertainment 
rooms. 5 bedrooms. 4 baths, 
lovely larga dan with F P , H W. 
Heat Low Ms call J B 
Young, 6S(-(S94 or 313-4134 any¬ 
time 

3— Sat back on Lovely Grounds — 
This oldir beautifully built 
family homa Is In an ideal 
location in one of Victoria's 
linesl areas 3 4 bedrooms, two 
full baths, h w heat Middle Ms 
Call J B Yqung. Sl((594 or 
3*3-4124 anytime. 

4— Traditional Charm and a great 
deal ol character emanate from 
tnis lovely modern family manor 
where Ihe best of two worlds 
meet Sel In sociudad grounds 
with a serene treed outlook from 
most rooms, tna home is 
designed for eesy-care happy 
living Lovely anfartalnmanl 
rooms and den with F.F. and 
larga recreation room wllh 
separata entrance, lovely 
balcony overlooking superb high 
aniranca hell, bey windows, 4 
good siia bedrooms, 3G bsths. 

^superb kitchen with large noofc 
off This home has everything 
one could desire end Is offered 
al undar (M,fa> with excellent 
terms — trades also considered. 

Call J B Young, 65(-(594 
or 3(3 4124 (nyllma 
Park Pacific investments Ltd. 


JOYCE MILLER 

FRI. and UT 2-4.30 
Vlaw this near new 3-bedroom, 

-*iw, - 

W J Piumpton 3(4-1001 

HOT EXCLUSIVE 
FAIRFIELD-OAK BAY 
THE BEST OF' BOTH 
FOR 823,800 

Just listed - First time on market 
in 30 years (since new) 3 Specious 
twin slied bedrooms plus 2 addi¬ 
tional finished rooms in tfto 
basement, Thera Is a Ilyina ropoi 
designed for large furniture (Ml* 
of wall (real/ separate dining 
room; kitchen could be updated 
but I know you'll love the hauga 
and grounds. Solid value in this 
popular araa. Drive by 

859 MADDISON 

than contact: 

RAY SMITH .. 

3(4 (001 — to View. 

Res 3U-77U or 3M-MC7 

SPECIAL 819.850 

IMMEDIATE POSSESSION 

Low Down Payment 

M rge family home, 5-bdrs huge 
chan, rec. room. Good at tod 
living room with beamed calling, 
stucca exterior, carport. Naxt fo 
Hampton Park, achoqla and aftto; 

a centre. To view PHONE 
BLACK, 314-aoof. 

NEW LISTING 
GORGE, 814,990 

fnrisrjrtii 

bungalow, briar' ~~ 


fruit irees. easy to show and al 
reasonable oflara considered 

Bill Palfrey, 364-8001 ' 

DEFINITELY ! ! ! 

THE BEST BUY 

AVAILABLE AT (21.900 
3 bedrooms pliA den or 4th bdrm 
down Double vanity bath; calhe 
dral entrance Specious living room 
wllh arched fireplace. Bright open 
dining room with louvered bifold 
doors from ihe living room. Lots 
of cupboards, double S-S sink, 
pocket door to hallway All 
features you will appreciate in 
this cheerful kitchen Party sired 
lamlly room wllh bullt-ln bar and 
imitation fireplace - extra room 
in full silt bsml for olhar 
development Situated on an attrac¬ 
tive corner lot — wllh extra 
parking Close to schools - store, 
cic One mile from Town and 
Country 

RAY SMITH 3«4-aooi, Ras 3(a- 
7755 or M(-S957 




ichen, 


DRIVE BY 

307 VIEW ROYAL AVE 

terms Available 

(loss fo Sea 3 bedrooms 
1 living zoom with flreplf< 

... c X|| i 


OPEN HOUSE 
FRI . SAT . SUN., 

1-4 :.10 p.m 
CENTRAL PARK 
2525 GRAHAM STREET 
condition. 20 
years old, original owner, 2 
bedrooms, dining room. 

OOM furnace, full i>smt. 

Room for development 
Short walk to downtown. 

Asking Price 822,900 
WALLY MICHAELS 
388-5561, 24-hr. service 

Spacious family home in the 
attractive Gon/alea area 
with 5 bedrooms, 1 
bathrooms, lovely family 
room in full basement- This 
home is convenient for go«>d 
schools and many facilities 
and is only 3 years old 
Please call HOB JOHNSON 

for appointment to view at OPEN HOUSES 

388-5561 IGVELY COLWOOD 

FRI., SAT. 1:30-4:30 

Driva oul the Sooke Road, iuat 
FOR THOSE SPECIAL geal Gian Lake Vlllaae tu CHAN 
pkoput: : 

* of an Men that lw,k« juat'fe', “uU 

like an English country gar- iiuckar Traad.ioui Nice living 
den 7 trail tree* all beaf-^."til? 
ing, and every kind of flow- Full basements and sundacks We 
er you oan name. All thia I?ade C °For^prlo* k ' VfawIng or 0r o*har 
nils,-a cnm,,le,e wolualon 
and privacy for a home you mol yard 
will have to see to believ 
MAIN 


livlnp fi — . 

moxlij Gross laxas 
prlc# Sia.000 
TED GRAVES 


Nict 

if All 


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(MLS) MSS424, ISLAND HOMES LTD. 


JAM 
J All 


JAH 
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plumblnt 
(lent shape lust 4 years 
Modasf extras (alactric 

■ and i ••*•••* ■ _ " 


I ashar) Incldan- 
l definitely RE- 


MI TOLMIE AREA 
SPH AND SPAN 
3 BEDROOM 12 YR OLD 
HOME 

COMPLETELY REDECOH 
ATED 

SPACIOUS KITCHEN 
IOVEIY LIVING AND DIN 
INC, RMS 

FULL HIGH BASEMENT 
EASY CARE LOT 
CLOSE TO ALL f.ONVENI 
ENCES 

EASY TERMS, (73.958 

FaFJimY . - 

THE ABOVE PROPERTlE 
3857741, 477 540) 


>LL_BJ|.V.HiGHTO^NOW 
’ERTlES 


- DFH- 


ESQUIMAI.T 
# 4 BEDROOMS 

117.900 

ifnmpart family home Living 
room wllh large dining kitchen No 
basemanl terrific value Low 
down payment lould handle Large 
lot Phone PETER TER Vtft 
I for Ihe address, 383-7115 or Res 
1 479 1588 

F’AIKF'I ELD 
4 BEDROOMS 

818.900 

7 storey family home near St 
Joseph's Hospital Full basement 
Good buy Phone J EfTEMA lor 
Ihe address, 38 3 7115 


Here I 


GOOD LOLA I ION 
GOOD VALUE 
MUST BE SOLD 
s your opportunity lur a good 
l,uy on a modern family home 
large living room with Mreplace, , Living 
L shaped dining room, 3 good sl/ed ! dining 
bedrooms on Ihe main Full base larga 
man) wllh llnlshad rm rm. The Slov 
exlra larga lot Is baautifulljr land host 
sr a Per' 
well l 


..IK,... 

irge lot Is beautifully lend ho 
bul needs some TLt Very or 
Iced af (25,900 and MUSt 


GORGE Alt FA 
2 BEDIttXiMS 
818,900 

room, larue kitchen wifh 

apace Separate garage 

lol Excellent condition 
Stove end fridue included Your 
PETER TES 


weli priced at (25,900 and MUST 
BE SOLD Make an offer Use fh« 
equity In your present home to 
I rede Into (his thru our "Guasen 
lead Seles Service" Confect 
JOHN BARTON 
3IS-77S1 (34) HRS) 

f) P H - 


CORDOVA BA r 
BEACH ACCESS 
ACROSS THE STREf T 
QUIET ST , 7 9EI1RMS 
7 yr old hut lisgl like new. qar 
dener v delight, sm*l graenhoisf • 
a deluxe retirement homa; baaull 
>u| ww In larga LR (w)|h lira 
plate), dining rm, 
bedrms; lull baseman) 
fenced lol 80 x 160 ', or in 

b ^‘ elC 5(! 


. . _fER TER VEER 3837m 
Ras 479 t5(a 

GLANFORD AREA 
, I BEDROOMS 
819.900 

Femlly home wlfh full hesamenl 
Uni water heellnq Double rer 
pnrl Room for trailer Phnne 
PETER TER VEER 


aiHfr/'WftpSBy .. 

beauliful buy at (19,900 with 
terms to suit Wlfh mosl co 

my, 'cVii-'hos^ 

YOUNG. 383-4134 anytime nr 
M4 3591 

Park Parlflr Inveslmanls I Id 


DIR Err FROM 

ENGINEERED HOMES 
SIDNEY 

7 bedroom home with split level 
entrance way Situated on a cul-de 
sec on sewered lol and paved 
streets Only (30.950 lull price 
l arge NHA mortgage Possession 
Del lsl 

GORDON HEAD 

Featuring NHA mortgages, 

offering prestige location, custom 
designed homes, L-shaped living 
room and dining room, I Vs baths 
full basements, carports and ser 
viced lots Full price starting e| 
1139,975 Payments (202 91 P.l. 
i (4,977 cash to one NHA mortgage 
You may choose your own color 
decor 

Phone Kelly Nemeth. 477 4441 
Lou Salon, 283-2*25 

ENGINEERED HOMES 
385-6211 


THESE HOMES FEATURE 
—1 bedrooms 
Ll ' • 

—Dining_ 

—Individual planning 
—Completed and landscaped sub¬ 
division 

—Financing tailored to purchaser 
AIJ. ASKF; HOMES 
HAVE A ONE-YEAR 
FULL GUARANTEE! 


J A HENDERSON 
REALTY LTD , 


111 IRNSIDE 

IOW DOWN PAYMENT 
Coiy home in popular area with 2 
bedrooms up and 2 down LR feilh 
FP and Ige , bright kllchan. 4j>ce 
bath separate garage VERY 
EASY TERMS CAN BE AR 
ranged try your down pay 
menl Full price 121,500 

KEN HENDERSON 
385-97 41 362-679-1 


ROYAL TRUST 

QUNTRY BARGAINI 

TH*" . 

IT'S. 


,2504 Duuglaa St. 386-7545 
SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS 


MAYFAIR 
REALTY » 
LTD. 

3153 Douglet St 3(4-39IS 


CAUSE IT'S PRICED FAIR AND 
SQUARE, THIS 2 BEDRdOM 
FIJII BASEMEN 1 HOME WITH 
100 AMP SERVICE BUILT IN 
193V. HAS A LARGE l OT (11.730 
“ ' * FRUIT (REES AND 

I ED 6 MILES 

. . FROM THE 

CENTRE OF VICTORIA, THE 
COUNTRY AT MOSPHEHE 
MAKES IT IDEAL FOR RETIRE 
MENT LIVING 

W&WVhiW 

385 1171 OR 388 4 311 


Q FT) 
SECLUSION. LOCAT 
NOR T H E A 5 T 


Till 

CORNER 


ROYAL TRUST 

GOVERNMENI a 
VIEW 
MEMBER VICTORIA 
REAL ESTATE BOARD 


'all-t»- 


DIR F/TIONS 
TAMARACK ROAD 
TRANS-TAN ADA HWY TO 
COLWOOD TURN-OFF,!jj, 
CONTINUE TO COLWOOD Wa 
1 ‘iki 


CORNER AND TURN 
RIGHT TURN RIC1HT ON 00 . 974 , 
WALE ROAD (PAST CASA 
LINDA MOTEL) AND] 

LEFT ONTO TAMARACK 


POPULAR ( *()R(il' , ow oown PAYMENT 

EASY FINANCING ^^B'RTLES 

“a:;; wnm! sxmm*«n. 

ja "JK P.ynunl ,»ra, Bt.lld 

- KllJ' foV ViLmR. Lean .J 1 KJ |? n u.lom.rT’C"L,?T, 

iAmVSfSH 1 ™" 1 ,, “ l “ l * n “ nil h^«on much lw IMnwio 

Aiking prka I33JW. , {|own w# „, 0 tonl |der tradev 

BOB GIBSON Augu&l Conttruction, 3(4 1711 or 

658-5153 478 l98j Sunday calls. 479 4509 


FLOOR CONSISTS 
OF 

24x15.6 living mom, with 
fireplace and double doors 
leading to the patio 15x13.6 
separate dining room, with 
server to kitchen. Exlra 
large ultra modern kitchen 
with eating area Separate 
bar with another double 
s la wiles steel sink laundry 
itxrtn 2 -piece bath. 

UPSTAIRS 

21x14 6 master bedroom 
with fireplace and 4-piece 
bathmom en suite, dressing 
room. 2 other large bed 

ESQUIMALT NurMI >‘- ** 

NEAR QUEEN OF PEACE baUl * 

CHURCH . BASEMENT 

oMi'condinon r< Waii-) , owaii > carpeit ^rand new furnace. Brand 

r^ #,N Ca&W^»fi."RB neW Wa,8r ,8nk ' S '° ra « e 

beiamenl Very larga lot wllh bpace lots 
»hade treat Clote to tchoolt and 

thopt Atking (77 400, lermt ar- GAnAGr 

ranged May accept tmeller home , Rouehsd-in 

•» P*rl payment For furlher per - " <ur ''‘»*Kncn m 
lluderj plaata cell LLOYD ELUI, | room alnive Tnilei 


WATERFRONT 
ONLY 828,000 
CORDOVA BAY 

Three bedrooms, 2 baths, wal 
well carpels. Very large Hving 
room, convenient kllchan, part 
basement, oil heel Alterations re¬ 
quired. Good opportunity for han¬ 
dymen For further Information 
please cell Lloyd EJlis, 4Sa-a222 


OPEN HOUSE 
1675 MYRTLE 
SAT. 1:3<M 30 

Come see this lovely 18 year old 
home wllhin easy walking dlslanca 
lo shopping centre, transportation 
neeriy al IN door, ami athMts 
dose by vary well kepi, list* 
home features 20*12 living room 
dining room, bright kllchan wilh 
eating area, two large bedrooms, 
plus an 1(xl2 guest room or 

rumpus room in a very clean, 
high base menl The house: is 

stucco and has a double carpqrl 
wllh full size, weatherproof sun¬ 

deck aii this situated on a 
manicured lol with lols ol shrubs 
and flowers Quick possession 

possible Asking only 


__ ..clng only l. 

» rms available Cell 
ALL 384-2955 or 47( 541 


COLWOOD 

bdrms — IG baths full bsml 

2 . MKADOWI-ANn UHIVK' jJLc? 1 ' f.t.a Mrt'il'ri.n""' 
PAT BAY HWY. TO TAN-quial culdesac. *“ 

NEK ROAD AND TURN fiEORGE BOWES 
LEFT 14 2 MILfca PAST 3 gfi.g 74 , 385-5055 

ROYAL OAK SHOPPING ’ 

CENTREi. TURN LEFT FAMILY HOME 

ON KODOLPH TO JUBILEE AREA 

MEADOW! ^ND. 


MOVE 
IN 

NOW 

( direct Phone us for your r 


*5»«3 

GORDON HEAD 
NEW 
830,900 
MORE FOR 
YOUR MONEY 

T his is without a doubt fha mosl 
i end best new house you can buy at 

|i n aL‘ 1 rK:k. F "r^*r , <,rSta c ,‘ 

! rumpus room area 2 a ft - 

sulfa plumbing “ — • 


Ith pocket door, 
ling throughout, 

t rs, 


_ .Irecl Phone us for your new | fi^f nn mu , C hl. 

wllh home needs We have homes of 21 JnnUrnrtinn i tt n , und *^ 

bedrooms, lull basement orw lo definitely nol 

“» Sy mi,. 


address M3 7111 nr res 47* 1JM 

LIGHT INDUSTRY 
50x110 PLUS HOUSE 
CITY CENTRE 

Irhoira properly with rentable 
house end driveway excellent 
spot (or tradesmen (21,900 Phone 


- rF 


57741 24 HRS i 


homa; I 

R (wlfh fire spot ror ireoesinen esi.vwi r 
hells and i ETTEMA for the address 
ca^iori; [ 7115 

HIGH QUADRA 
3 BEDROOMS 
122,900 

mg home wlth full 

he address, 


VALUE THE BEST 
824/200 to 825.5(H) 

Br/inri nnw, in Mstrhrwm, 

4 i 11 h1 11 y hiull, 3 b'drooms. 
14 bnlhh. wHli-lo-wall, full 
ihg Ibaaemeni, aundrrks. etc. 
Full ar/-p family hnmes 
complalp in every way wilh 
very low duwn payment 
Financing available Would 
von like In nee them? ('all 
B Champion. Park Pacific i 
Investments, 383-4124 or 652- 
2583 


OPEN SUN . AUG 8 
AT BOTH LOCATIONS 
2-5 PM. 


WE ARE NOW IN 


POSITION TO 
ALL TRADES. 


CONSIDER 


Charm 


Now you can buy this 5-bcdroom 
lamlly home wifh 2 separate lots 
wffhin walking distance fo all 
conveniences The home has 
become too large lor present 
owners and must be sold Ideal 
holding properly due to Us 
; location Ad quickly as this won ! 
led Priced fo sell el I74.MO 
: Call 

CL. (Buz/) FRASER 

for further Information at 

I 382-8117 nr 384-3604 
NEWSTEAf) REALTY LTD. 


1315 WALNUT ST. 


4 years old, 
throughout. 


:,m 

n/fcll .... 

„ 7% mortgage 


Ml UUWMWWI, MV 

bte m 1 

Approx. ** • 
owner fo 


CUSTOM BUILT 


Please Telephone 

656 1162 or M8 9543 
For Information or Appointment 


AdKE 
Homes and 

Construction Lid. 


QUIET CUL-DE-SAC 

w'^ Mi flnur 


ifrvaO 'flllb 

____t.hUAll tu‘>in thSa , ArOXl 


HER AND STEPHENSON 
LIMITED 


6(0 Broughton Street 
kcross from Eaton s Carpe 
3SS-34II, DAY or NIGHT 


TUFFREY and MILI-S 
LIMITED 


erporfs. Plus and Plus. Slluafe 
Gordon Head and the Clfy 
quiet streets and beautiful views I 
Very reasonably priced Low down 
paymenfs end low monthly pay 
menls. low interest. Ph. Kesepl 
Consfruction Co. I Id , 3(4 4191, 592 

«oai. 

BY BUILDER 
1814 FAIRBIJRN 

This new 3 bedroom home Is local 
ad on a fully landscaped lot In a 
quiet residential area of Gordon 
Heed Close io schools, Sequel 
club, Saanich Sports Centre The 
home features e slanted fireplace, 
rhnerful birch kitchen, slate end 
chips front trim, carport and full 
roughed In basement A real buy el 
(78.650 with (2650 down N H A 
approved Reedy lo move In be 
fore sc hool See this home nowl 
Kesepl Construction Co Ltd 
3844191 anytime 

HILLSIDE 

SITUATED O N *ThAN6POhf A 
| 7ION AND CLOSE TO SHOP 
PING THIS TWO- 
PLUS HOME IS IDL . , 

I RETIRED COUPLE. ASSQ 
LUTELY IMMACULATE INTE 
i RIOR AND FULL BASEMENT 
MAKE THIS AN EXCEiLENT 

. ft 


HUMfc 
wilh !• 


PARK PACIFIC 
INVESTMENTS LTD. 


CENTRAL MORTGAGE 
It HOUSING (Y)RPORA- 
TION 


5*0 Maryland 
few home (2*,pf 
lelenca NHA Me 
Mriroom spill 
r ALL M3 11*4, * 


rive, Sidnejr 

IveP* ^bel) 
i i week daya 


It takes something special' 
In Impress exparlenced Re- 
altnra like nurselvea. and we 
are extremely imiiressed by 
what we see here. The full 
price is only <47.500. Good 
terms are available 
For viewing please contact 
either 

JON DAVIS or 
BUD O'CONNOR 
388-5561 anytime 

SIDNEY REVENUE 
Side-by-side duplex. 2 bed¬ 
room*. Downtown. Conve¬ 
niently located to all ameni¬ 
ties. Both sides rented. 
Built-in financing Asking 
<86,800. 

W M1CHAEU8 or 
B JOHNSON 
388-5561 anytime 

SPECTACULAR VIEW 
DE LUXE HOME 

(URROUNDE D ^ * Y DE _ LUXE 


OPEN TO VIEW 
POACHER PLACE 
l Off Kelly Road. Col wood) 
FRI and SAT. 1 ;30-4;3U 

Five new homes on a quial, dead¬ 
end sir eel All have 3 bedrooms, 
carports, sundacks, mosl wllh Hs 
, . i bains. W- 'V carpeting Low ***** 

family payments or trade oil 
' present home or lol consk 
Cell GEORGE WALL or 
FROST Mi 2*55 


s 


DRIVE BY 
964 AMBASSADOR 


Immaculate 2 bedroom, full beeg- 
manl home Beauliful corner igt 
with trees, shrubs, efc Weil-lg. 
well In living room wlfh 


0,'K ,o lfJV 


TWO Nk:w HOM t.S 
< Possesskm by 
End cd Aug i 

A real fine home of quality con 
slrucflon 3 bedrooms, wall fo-WBlI 
In all rooms, sapereie dining ro6m 
and full basemenl a| a mosl rea¬ 
sonable prhe For viewing call 
RAY FROST. 3(4-2051 or f«S. 
313 4047 

T(Ti n rcTcTc: rtrfTLTrrCTcrrq 

r 

Tt »WN * COUNTRY REALTY 
T »7 Douslae Street 

T IS37378 

, C . 

: T(TY Trrn CTrTfTCTCTCTCTC! 


Ilf. 


_ Jslurb 
rive by this me 
. oma. “ 

dining 


vrb owners, piegas. 

.. modarn Tudor afyn 

iome LR with FP Sundeck oft 
- 3 bedrooms, plus in 


4DUM Ul HI 

onal condllii 


«)L“W' Ji Ul 

I Lake Road Homes from, 
iw '.v.Soft In perk like U 
) subdivision, 8 miles from 

Lekefronl Wagon.. 

l beech *13, 


itif' cesh (o "handle/ 


basemenl 1*07 

SflS 0 * 


lus en 

suite plumbing on main floor. 
Rec room. 4fh BR end 3-pee 
bath on lower level. Phone Iq 
appointment to Inspect this attr*( 



NEW, EXCLUSIVE 
TOWN HOUSES 

3 bedroom* — 3 bathrooms — 
Creslwood kllchan — wall lo well 
rerpet. Over 1,JM sq. 11. ol 
architect dealgnad beeufy. Atfric- 
Uveiy landscaped. Luxurious living 
wllh low dawn payment, with 
balance el W4 per cam N H.A. le 
qualined purchaser. 


DON'T MIIS 

This opportunity for fop quality, 

if coniiating of s rooma 
extra accammodaiion ol 
nf. law 1 — 1 

net 


i UXE 


I FOR SALE BY 

K 2 : fi* 


O^Sfc^LEVEi? 

Mym 

B)flM 

OPEN FOR YOU 
651 JONES TERRACE 

The terraced backyard Includes an 
* and a pallo, great for 
inalde there’s a 
ichen end dlnelte 
city and moun- 
Wy room Is biq 

___ ^jahar. dryer end 

deep fragaa 3 bdrms , van ly, 
bath, and aha* carpet are lust a 
few of (he many good failures »o 

Jackson Lid 


t Ilf Cliff ls T ^*ir 


Good privacy 
nm wlfh ,r L". 


GORDON HEAD 

BlDRODMi. 1 A vary oood 3tMdroom home an 

l DINING large *0x143 lo‘ - 

SPACIOUS l arge living 
ON THe dining room 

kllchan D o w q 
laundry room 
2-pea loflel. ~ 

GARAGE 
excelleni I 
Cali A. KLE 


Al (3*.*00, this is an 

JftoS vi p 4 | 


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■LOCK BROS. REALTORS 

OPEN f-t AND 
ALL DAY SATURDAY 
477-tfctl 

SAM SHELBOURNE 
OPEN HOUSE 
3030 CARNARVON 
SAT 1:30-1:30 P.M. 

Need 2-badroom*? - Full base¬ 
menl? Family room bis enough 
lor pool labia? Lai ma show you 
Ihis n a w Hating L andicapad 
ground* plus 9 fruit (root 
FLO TELLING 
582-3271 or 477-1841 

OPEN HOUSE 
916 W BURNSIDE RD 
SAT. 2:00-4:00 P M. 

Don't mitt to look at thla 
immaculate 7-year-old T bedroom 
home, LR baa raiaad hearth, good 
siiad lot, dose to St Joseph 
School; can be bought completely 
furnished 

annemarie bolender 

477-8653 or 477-1841 


OPEN HOUSE 

Sea this beauty with low par cant 
rata mortgage J bedroom, living 
room with fireplace, dining room, 
bright kitchen, 4-pce bath on 
main floor. Full basement, with 
fireplace in rec room area. 


HOUSE* FOR MAIJC 


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1002 GOVT 
384-8136 

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776 MOUNT JOY AVE. 
OPEN FOR INSPECTION 
SAT ?. AUG 

I .KM 30 


nrapiaca in rac room araa, I 
bedroom finished, workshop. 3-pea 
bath Space roughed in for dan 
Big carport. 77x120 lot. Room for 
lots of parking 4 veers old. 
excellent condition Call JAMIE 
MACGREGOR 477 (IAS or sea ma 
at Mil Raymond St South I JO to 
4:30 Sal, Aug 7 


?'£: r k ,« 1 :r:r HSMft 5 - fcA 'laJErS 

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ALL OAY SATURDAY 
477-1141 

SHELBOURNE 

retirement special \S£S 

s£S isreLSfe 

country living, 
room, no slap 

aurw’ss, 5 k .... 

H. C. ESTUN 
477-1841, TJW-ftl 17 
For details 

get the lowdown 

or should I say try your low down 

^ ,hi * , * m < > ‘t«nad a- 

SfSURF _ tocalad in the 

Heulteln area Entrance to bath 

bo,h bedrooms, Kill r.'Ti *"Wf" ana remny roi 
bsml, p us mAny more faaluras to ~ i * " *•»« 3V* baths 

iV 7 *a«n n, ‘ ,0# hom *' 4,1 tor anly 1 "off.* 9 * 4ft ? 4h4 " 4r4d carport 
*i7,soo -Patio, sundeck 

IMY TILLY KR iS* 3 ,.* 9 fl plu » hdaement 

477 luii * financing 

4771841 477-8484 "••*°nable offers considered 

$4| 40$ 

JA4 ana MRS McLEAN isc 

A HOUSE 

IS BUT A BUILDING 

sisuca, •" ^ 


houhes fob sale 

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OPEN HOUSE 
2652 ASQUITH ST, 
SAT. 1:304:90 
OAKLANDS AREA 
DANDY 2-BEDRM 


-*» HOUSE* FOR SALK 
CANADA PERMANENT 

TRUST ! 

CANADA PERMANENT 
"WE TRADE HOMfS" 

(ILL X RD. 

—- spacious new A 
) S! room, 

Bs>38f?taa 

MI-SMy or 592 7*41 or 3Btl34l 14 



3A0 HOUSE* FOR SALK 
J CANADA PERMANENT 
U TRUST 

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"WE TRADE HOMES" 
VIEW ROYAL - 111,000 

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--- —• r iMiiB must «• 
Owner transferred You 
» settled in this home 
school opens The home 
ditlon - 
and out 
t Shoal 
please 

MARY WOOO Ml 1*47 


-,J HOUSE 

Day. ; 00 9 oo p.m 


guellty * 

SIGNED ra 
| family living 
—Lovely en t ran ce - open steir 
-fej-'Ll, 4 ~? Serrate D r 
kitchen and lamiiy room 
1 a R.a, IV* baths 


h«mV"^T' T Hnlahad 2-bedroom 

S?™ 4 i . dU ‘ 4 ' .* ,fMI ' Vic 10. >4 ; IUIIIMXX11 

West is iusl wailing to become , . h uhvcswi 

y.°.V/L hor "* There's a rac r3om 7h J* *• • ‘'•cant J-bedroom home 
place) tor l 84 * ** *“*d. A tine lamiiy 

home tor the asking price of 


[wTih old' brick' 'fireplace) 
family entertaining and lots oi 
K? 1 " " hasamanl tor hobby area 
view can #nd m ° r * ,or 10 

PAT FORBES 
477-1841 ur 477-446B3 


OPEN HOUSE i Ot*EN HOUSE 
7744 OHEENI.ANICS HO. SAT M no 

SAT. 2-S !' M I0BS7 KALITAN ITIKCl' , uu-,;bu p.m 

s YAmn^ >.« ; i * 

anlarlalning and Owner says salt, watartront home. 

Daap Cove Lots ol eccommoce 
tion her«, j-4 bedrooms, 2 bath 
rooms Asking *34.700 open to 
otters Colin Munro JSS-JSIS 

OPEN HOUSE 
I OPEN HOUSE 
I Every Day (Except Sunday i 
2 p.m. Ui Duak I. 

GORDON HEAD 
(LONG ACRE DR.) 

J BEDROOMS 
JENSUITE PLUMBING 
I WALL TO-WALL 

l ANDSCAPED LOTS 

-coLin munro. jss jms 

OPEN HOUSE’!! 

SIDNEY !" 

2351 MAI.A VIEW 
SAT. I - 5 Ml 
! SEPARATE IXJTS 

Presently VIA, on saw., 4 




BE FIR^T WITH 

C— 


PORI at BROAD 


»**« J. 

A. Bernard and Co. Ltd. 


A»;«'lva l-year home in 
L4r »* j'vlno room 
end dining room with 3 bed¬ 
rooms and double plumbing. 

Rumpus room roughed in lor 
further development in full 

»K4 ham# 00 LA 

•n.jKj* «*«slrable araa «»»*»• Plus income Come and 
. ar^etn priced at IIS,900 For this inutimtn t ,m,a«imb,.i.. 


SXS DUPLEX 

IfA^FietDI 

OPEN HOUSE 
1870 1672 ROSS ST. 
SATURDAY, 10-2:30 P.M. 


OPEN HOUSE 
SAT. 1 30-4:311 
545 1.ANOHOI.ME 

K «i|w«mh1 i 


I 


mvwiiiB. rum* a no sea 

r.T >ET'" •' *43.vuo r-ar '"t* mudarn approximetalv u 

sanopb^^* «" *? 4r ‘ 0,d) duplax And Ui me 

SANDERS 3M-I34I or 477-SaOI. show you how you can uet started 
in revenue producing properly 
Four room. ..ch .la, w|KT lull 

'■"-I" “‘•'"•"I *na all la,l 
7u% mortgage available 
$30,500 

John Todd 3B4-9S3S. MWSJS res 


4 HOUSE 
kNDS 

AY. 4 00 * 00 P M 

muCwo) 


UPmn 
FRIDA' 
SATUR, 

344$ CAwn 

Charminu .. 
thro ughoul 
E M2-3$ 


. . M 
... . ROAD 

semicolonial C 


TRUST OO. LTD. 

3 LOCATIONS TO 
SERVE YOU 

Open House 
UPLANDS 
Open House 
Magnificent Properly 
3085 UPLANDS 
Friday, Saturday 
1 30 p nl.-4:30 p.m. 
Immediate Occupancy 
Asking $58,800 
MUST BE SOI D 
All reasonable nlfera con 
side red 
YOUR HOST 
W U MfXIRE 
Res 65841681 Off, 386-2961 


HOU8M FOB 8AIJC 

HPljH B 


"HOMEEINDERS” 

m cucdutmel 

OPEN HOUSE 
1852 EERN ST. 

SAT. 2-4 P.M. 

J—• IF* 1 s aider tharactsr 

I“| ui om'*" *"* r, ' at •" 
MAUDE DOBSON 
658-5676 386-2811 


OPEN!! OPEN!! 

1979 BARRETT DR. 

ERI- 6-8 P M 
SAT. 2-4 P.M. 

p*Kha H ,^ f ac “ O' 

•abulous P ‘f«M Ur ,V. t* f *,»acutlva 

homo I 

I bedrooms — metier an 


JA0 HO|J*K* FOR 

ISLAND PACIFIC 
REALTY LTD. 38S 6231 
3200 QUADRA ST. 

OPEN HOUSE 
RICHMOND and 
MoCREA area 
SAT. 2-5 P.M. 

NEW EXCLUSIVE 
LISTING AT 
3300 ALDRIDGE ST. 

feURH 

In eitendence 

■saBrSma 

Anytime 

OPEN HOUSE 
FRIDAY and MONDAY 
7-8 

2531 ASQUITH 

Large -*■*— - - 
i hat act 

fe uaroom.' Sc 

service* renewed 

MRS. PETERSEN 
388-6231 


3*1961 


4.731 ASQUITH 

ga older family home with 

~ pw™*™ SI'S ao.n sil 


LAITE Ml 3524 or 3$A13ai 


5R AY 


. —ikira 

JIM w^sY i«4 sue 

OPEN HOUSE 
SAT. 1 :m» 4 .Ml 
1211-13 WYCHBURY M 




OPEN HOUSE 
1951 FERN DALE RD. 
•SAT 1 30-4:30 


OPEN TO VIEW 
JAfURDAY. 2 00 5 u0 
MONDAY 4 00 S 00 
mndarn"*i look °*' ,f ,hl * ® U, CK POSSESSION mev b« had 

— aa“- 


i 0 ^ - 4 " W ALL dining rm*. and "ilidlna""’oli'xc 

«’“ e > fi&her » :wto prufc 

High daylight basamanl with 23x1$ 
n i'. 4 i ,r4 3 ' pc * bathroom, 
laundry room and double 
garage with plenty of 
i araa lor boat, trailer or 
a/» and attractively land 
front and back LARGE 
MORTGAGE may be if 
Priced tor quick tele el 

$36,900 



OPEN Hot si 
GORDON Hi AD mm A 
SAT , AUG 
l KM in P M 
1620 I ON G ACRE DRIVE 

Heve e look al this immaculate 
ocean glimpse and mountain view 
3-bedroom family home with room 
tor fourth in full basement 
spacious living room, separata 
dining room Hurry Ihis won't be 
untold long al the reduced price 
of 127.400 

T K (I'ATi DUNIjOP 

477 2582 


• i.i ••■•iicn bordered on $*« 

832,(MN) *'**•* by Iraas. sits a storay and a 

This 4 bedroom home is only 9 m,*# I, , U£ » U ' ,uM 

minute* Irom in* city centre but ** 4nv ,rul1 'fees, flow 

forun-i •'•'•‘"ve home in the has ail the amenities ot estate 84fd . ,n 4,4 4IM, '» 

Su d0v4 , B4v 4,44 Some ocaan living Large lir Z? to.?. I Ud ^ 4 ' 4f ,rom • wall 

View. cos, , 0 t/ansportalion. gerdenr Irml trees, and a 'view of tricl m”m "Vch^ois“TlolS* bj 

Nava 


DOWNTOWN 
12*0 DOUGLAS 

t)PEN HOUSE 
4924 WINTERBURN PL. 
Fill, and SAT. 

2:U0 U» 4 :30 

New 1,4*0 so tt home located high 
up on Cordova Bay Ridge Fantas 
J lE M4 *nd mountain views Three 

S?.nfc? m 'n . Wl,h m44,4r 4n »uil# 
Sunken living room with tloor-lo 
'8, fireplace Landscaped 
errs-.TP* w4l "° ^ 4 " In din 
ft* 4 * ll8 1 i , nB ./ 00 r n » 4nd beaulilui 
shag in all the bedrooms Basa- 
ntanl compjalaly roughed in The 

mi '*°° •MtOsn! fi 

rL n 7 ,, -*.?/ 4 *. y !? ,lr *d. NORTH 
ON PAT BAY HIGHWAY, PAST 
WOODED WONDERLAND 
P.'rHT HAil BURTON AND 
PLACE A ° A AT W, N1E«BURN 


d, ! 4 7) AOchen with built ins 
and dishwasher 
Most impressive living-dining 
accommodation divided by a 
commanding circular floor-to 
ceiling F P w., „ 

Warm panelling and luaurl-1 Large family homa on i^rga 


-A IoTo7 houaa*for''$43,joo _ I Plus"anettwr° 0 cin''towar itoor' Large 


fra , umi. truill 

.T.'aJi* 44 !_ e >! 414 . PfjtsB *l apprsciated Ihocigh don't iusl dr 
by but "PLEASE COME IN 


I J LAIN CONNOR 

must deF i 'Dff.388 5451 R«« 658-5531 


irm panelling a 
» W-W throughoui 
- lot ol house foi 
and open to offers 
—Let me show It to you 
YOUR HOSTESS 

MONA FLEMING, 
386-2911 

NO STEPS 

SHADE TREES 


QUILT ARKA 
HIGH ON A HILL 

family ho 
Three bedrooms 

Plus another on lower noor Large 
f “{?ws room with stone fireplace 
Attractive, living room, dining 
Mff 4 of 

city Three-car 


i __ living 

room and dan « 
i mountains and 
! garage, perfect , 

camper 

MRS I VINOS 
388 6231 


- —t* '« u■■■•uurlanon. perd _ __ . 

onl? 0 VvMrx TOrf PI h Thl *. hom * “ H 14 w4ler ,f om atop a 
Udrooms i i 1 4, '. d J 9 U " 4 d,,,4f4n » every aspad 

LR ni bathrooms lar«* For luriher intormatton call mV 

« m.*nr ,sz m,N f colw6il 

«SJ!!!S"caH ,lt *‘ 10 M " 

OIJVL Ki ll 

592-4450 477-1811 


Asking SiS $00 i 
Pannia JS* jssj 


ll-raac LUfWC 

Mr Balchar 
3»4 9i3S oi 312 2141 re* 


HE.Vl'TIEULI. IjOCATED 
182(1 RICHARDSON ST 
V12.5IN) 


« losa lo Park. Schools. Shupuing 
and Iransporlalion Over IJM 
»l ol living araa on on* Hour 
Good siia lol with sat luded palic- 
J bedrooms up, one down Famii 
room, separata dimn 


OPEN HOUSE 
662 ADMIRAL'S HI 
1 KE4 30 P M SAT 
INVESTORS! 
DON’T MISS THIS 


hack K)SCHOOL 
SPECIAL 

i«? U < ?'L'P 0w4 ,n, ° »hl* Imma 

I ft™ iB .ckoTull g«^ -a/ *NO o «u""liJ( 

477 iuii farm Clusa to all laval tchiMila FURTHER INFORMATION 

4 77 i84i ,hopa, transportation This hSi j0HN F COLWELL 

jurr a * t x“ : just ustw . 

“““ 2 ™.";,“tw .rzTi «™rkmlnt si-wial i 

Voong Iwo-badroom non basamant 1 

I In In* r il u ,in*, i.. _ 


9 1» OF AN ACRE 
COUNTRY LIVING 

iiih* d i r< S m K 10 ’*P lop condition 
with lull basemen! plumbing u p 

ija ui OW T'’ f)ou, ‘'* t4r P ufl *“>'ng 
ytgjj T “ vl4 * ‘ 4 " Nava Pannia 


OPEN HOUSE 
1062 NEWPOR1 w i 
SAT 2 K) U« 5 P M 


HIGH QUADRA 
VI.A APPROVED 


See Ihis 


PEACE AND 
QUIET 

If ybu would 

PARK l O~ 

«14U. it“Slfls ,r,„, ( “S’ S , .uS , 4 lJ!£ ifflTAW 

a'sfe "j.~, up 6'.:s, 


immacu- r«mn, 

sns r, ,• 


Fleas* phi me 

BILL NEAL 
477-1841 


HOME lAW* thruout NorTh’saan 

ji'isSs " 13 ' 400 Calln Munro 


An aparfmant lonad property on ‘ PAMILY HO 
Admirals Road Has excellent Near schools and shopping 
rental potential with 3 bedrooms* BHs, J baths Dr in 
beiamanl on spacious lot with carport and a«ir* »»i,in« 
parking tor 3 cars lor only 114.900 
Sea you there 

ROGER LUCAS 


192-2159 


477-1841 


l-GK FAMILY HOMK 

canlra 

carport and axtra parking y A f ia* 
appointed home dalighifuriy 
anl Asking $32.$00 

JERRY HUBER! 
384-2740 


differ 


• »r 477-1841 


full basement homa 
_ .or, neat, baautllul garden 

with fruit Iraas. berries and ....—.. 

inside and ,Z , 144 l^f l -8 anci dan J 1 . 


OPEN HOUSE 
SATURDAY FROM 
1 30 lo 4 30 P M 
746 SEIeKIRK AVI 

Waterfront propartE- Spotless 
bedrooms. - 11 * K.cm.ni 

Large lot. - -- - 

with fruit Iraas. berries and 

grapes Coma and sea 
waterfront 

ROGER SIMON 
592-9759 or 477-1841 

OPEN HOUSE 
ERI 2-4 7-9 
SAT I 30 4 30 
2060 8ASK ENOS 

lOR -Stoke lot 

LOOKING FOR 

SPECIAL than d».- .... 

lovaiy 4 bedroom home l blk Irom 
Sooka Harbor Naaily I lull at 
of lawns fruit '"««» 
garden and huge evargraar, 

Per advam a viewing or 
Information rail ELAINE 
4)7 1141 *42 4754 


NEED ROOM 
TO BREATH 
CltOSE TO ALL 
AMENITIES*'.' 

I have lust iht home lor yuul 
Ihis versatile home is suitable lor 
large or small families Could 
have Inlaw suite J or 4 BRs 
developed bsml Eirapi* 


rt'V ."7 n ,v ,|0M lo •»arv'h'ing" 

Opportunity knocks at 

$18,900 

JIM McNAUGHI 

3f4|l 2* 312*941 

4 MEDROOMS 
IM.MAI I LAI K 
CONDITION 

IMPECCABl'.E GROUNDS 

I 14 !* 1 4 *‘lusiva lining of 
a beaulilui home The basemenl 
h*» been fully developed and ifw 
grounds give you your own park 
Separate double garage with boal 
or trailer parking attached ' 

jiM r \JBBft*' tu 700 


IF VOU WAN I EVERVlHlNG 

This home has 

CHARACTER AND CHARM 

4 , .°. r SI BEDROOMS 2 

bathrooms 

4 (or 5i BEDROOMS. 

? fUll BATHROOMS 
LARc.E LIVING ROOM 

Formal dining room. den. .... . •••• 

oum and Marina. Gull C 
Beaulilui shopping 

fwor consists 

n!wl.. ROOM ant! UININU '"T" :ituiuiiig ptup 

ROOM, with wan lo wall carvel f! ly in aparlmant iuned are* 
"ML l CEiL ,' NG DEN ^ 4nb k fo downtown Realislually 

w.lh FIREPIACE plus modern P''cad al 444.000 fonlacl 
iat>in«l t il, hen 

OPEN STAIRCASE Irom large 
4 n ' f 4 n f ; 4 hail, lo upper door and 4 
l ARGE BEDROOMS All ot Ihis 
Plus l*xJ 2 SWIMMING POOL 

ASKING $39,700 

* t 1 W 1 I Wilson 3f4 9135, 

477 432S res 


. w. '.mi unnng IiIOIIi 

basement with lamiiy i 
even a billiard (able 
tuvered palio with briik par 
beque Larga double carport 
* It rwui* d . w4f i ,4n Ful1 pr,c * 

IJS.OOO includes built in dish 
•aslier Ireaiei and drapes with 
■•‘ellenl murlgage 

**• r mi , 


TEO WILLS M* 

(D A nIw f!g?i A ^° Bf-AM 


r 4/7 1497 


.. K_ 

baths Situated on lovely Vy am 
(•n.ed lol with plenty ot seclusion 
seaviaws Irom 4 rooms and — 


park 
boai 
truly 

Tm-sij* 
DE LUXE, 2 BUR MS 
COMPLETELY 
RENOVATED 
JUBILEE AREA 


8 S C 

SUINERTON 
STEWART CLARK LTD . 
1318 BlHiiKhanj Street, 
385-2481 

l/JW 

IX)WN PAYMENT 
t BEDROOMS 
FOR STARTEILS 


w..uiiful ranch style tioma with 
me spaciousness only post and 
i baam construe lion ian pruvide 
Living -uani 24x16 with floor lo 
,,f .? pl4 , <4 d4n '*■»* with 
L 4 / » ,r 4 P*«s and kitchen 

with built iris era iusl some of 
trie features Fully develuptii 
besement. private deiks and 

*' *$W iff rd * n * f * 4 ^*‘ l 
GRAY l AITE $92 J424 or J*a l)*l 


OVER Ve Acre expertly land 
seeped, with quality Tudor style 
savtn room homa Main floor has 
large living room with cathedral 
.calling and lirepiaia. dan with lira 
harming home located In mTOna roi.n b, 44 f' 4 ‘ l 

of Oak Ba,, near r 5 n SL!?" r ' ptot4 v4n,,y 

.- -chuol* and “! Two h 4 * 1 ' 0 "'"* uPSlairs 

rac room with I wo pie. e 
• LARGE *• * Broom in ground level base 
OlNING m ? nl An oulsianding holding prop 
eriv in aparlmanl tont-d area 
lo downtown Re-‘- 
aad al $ 45,000 Contact 

liKS IlF.SJAHIlINS 
Oil ;i»g.5C61 124 III, i 
lie# 38.V6925 


HIGH ON a HILI. 

sw*,wSp*BSm#iS^ 

i9:co2i)3 [ Muiy irjjSLrte* m 

< Plantlfuj supply of wtftr un 
MUS T SELL ' * 4ty *» asking only $35,000 * 

An. |immaculate 2 br home WII.F DAVIES 

within walking distance lo bus 
-- shopping - ale The 
basamant has its own kitchen. 

bedroom and washroom with **^1 __... 

i23«M “ * r,#1 900(1 buv 41 Asking *24,900 with low down pay 

‘- 900 ™ 4 "V, •bsoiutaly spotl.,» a | h ?oSSh 

out, living room, dining room, larga 
kitchen and 4-piece vanity bath, 
lull baaamant with extra bedroom, 
Irult Iraas. Just listed 

FREDDY STARKE 


Off Oak Bay Avenue dose to | 

illchen J 
wired Wi| 
stucco bungalow 

-skinu $17,500 Pier 

EL AIN HOLM 

386-2911 


STAN CRAIG 
386-2911, 652-3063 


-388-6231 

GORDON HEAD 


GORGE 

1 SlU.fUO 2 bdrms, kit and 
living room on corner lol 

2 - $l*,fuo Hillside araa 2 
bdrms. kit L R with lira 

, p J?i 4 e^‘ ,ul£a ,u " Baaamant 

3 $19,500 J bdrms. 
basm I redecorated, w 
wall lo wall caroals F P 
luvaly larga living 
and ( area fall 

DONNA PRKTULA 

386-2911 

FAIRFIELD $’20,900 


.198-6231 or 394-9633 
SHOTLESS IN SIDNKY 

J M 8100 " r«l|r,,n,nl 
special, close lo stores, ate. nit* 
carport. workshop and utility 
r-„- ■ • iP room, no basamant, easy care ot 
Ing room T Asking $21,500 with terms Quickly 

HEN GREK* 

388-6231 or 477-8241 


iVh 1 


2 HOUSES 

FOR THE HANDYMAN 

(HIGH QUADRA ANfcAi 


HEARIDGE DRIVE 

r* 4 *.! 194 . 4 / 4 f 01 ntw Bpmas 2 . 6 JO 
so fl ol finished living area Five 
b 4 b r 0 0 m s , two four pi#. « 
bathrooms plus a two place 
soiia oil master bedroom 


TOWN and COUNTRY 

/JI .J.T' hom ! |u ^ 2 bedroom home with c“~- 

&ar- ws'JBia :zJ. wcjaii:l 

badrooin and larga lamlly‘ w im iarmK Call 

room f ou Id be tKiughl with 
low down paymanl with exc 


ilng 

room 

Drive 


vvwii vtyiiiini wuri excep 
liqnel (inane ing, see for your 
salt al 1*9 Beachwood 
corner of Rots St 
MR A COHEN 386 2911 


SUMMER SPEClAL ONEll 
CHARACTER COTTAGEI 
Surprisingly spa.ious 
bdrms two blhnns High 
1 lot Esquimau prime 
everything 521.500 
Rumpus room roughed In for 


Good investment and revenue po- g?.i 4 °. 1 !. -*" 1 —«' aixij 

lenlial trohi these 3 STUCCO BUN- I ,2iif 0Om * ?! 4 b44u, 'ful floor 
GAi 01 AS in nite araa and on Th. t# k ?IL B I* n !f r0lk ,fr4 » ,l *‘* 
139x20* fl lot Eath house conalsts i#. Al»cr*«n family room is huge 
■f i.vmg rm* with fireptacaTand J 8 * 1te *. 4£ 5 4 » 4 31-13 rac 

twu oex floors, 2 bedrooms, larga kllch IJS .iu?il h to” “ ^ br,£l ‘ ,ir4 »» l4t4 

lew ent and Pembroke bathrooms E« flS * tto* ? l444 doof » ,0 back 

near t iusivaly listed lor quick sala with J ni f ha * Pl«slar walls 

afire. I.va terms al throughout Good quality wajl to 

$31,1681 ! SJlL^CSIL t. *!i ,B ? 


MMlIOOKriK VAI.K $23.9(81 


:omfy 
nt, oil 

; siK r 

HEN GRETG 
LARRY QUAGI.IOrn 
388-6231 


116 AN. SPACIOUS HOME 
NEAR SCHOOLS AND PARK 
AT 1121 PRINCESS 
big bedrooms, one bathroom. 


;*'■ > mg bedrooms, one bathroom, 

home contains dining room, living room and 

-larga living kitchen. 2 fireplaces Full base 

cV t^*k w £l. i,4p7 *‘ # Family rnant with good furnace, small 
Mlctwn with larga taling area J*«V lot Asking $l|,»$ 6 , 9 oo< 
Full basemenl Locate before terms, try your offer Call 3 $**} 11 
school resumes For financing PETER BARpON 

plaits call anne DUGGAN 


r 1,, 411 necessary 


. ,h# ,4nl ,,4 * > '* By inspecting 
this (lean and neat no step slu. co 
hums with thru hall, l R $ H1MX i 
bedrooms alaclrlc xiirhan with 
4f44 1 J f‘* balh lew OOM 
S,,U4,4d 0, ‘ OAK 
BORDER on a $3x1 la fl 


’ Pieces Drive by. m 

Beh bar 1*4 9335 3S2 2 * 4 * res | properly and than ... ., 

ttlUNTKY LIVING •f’MSfJTtt VS& 

1 12).St 1 .' IY 1 TOWN p ' k— “ 

1 IAIN (XINNOIt 


details call 

CAROLYN Wl LDON 
386-2911 598-14811 


'• ouhuem on a S3xlla 11 

•« axcaptlonally well done fruil trees and sap gat age 
renovated home ol sound construe 
lion Beautiful views Irom higt 


... .* * rooms and large or sound construe 

sundeck This home must be seen ! ,on Beautiful views Irom high 
Ihroughoul to be appreciated ^5 -, L on y4t 11 has a wvel access 
f i 44d 4,44 W4 " Priced at ? 4v4d ' 4n « 41 •'Hh garage 

1*3* 500 f-o f appointment to view r *duced lo $24.yOO A - 

pleas* call SEE I 


pleas* c_„ 

tkrry vermeulen 

477-1811 ur 477-1662 
WOULD YOU BE1JEVE 


JIM MtEST 

ARCHITfcXT’S HOM) 
WATERFRONT will, 
PRIVATE BEACH 


MUST 
3*4 1124 


PRICI $15.95(1 
H» JUI’P. .185 2481 


SUMMER SPECIAI TyyOl 
NEWLY l ISTED CHARME R I 
As new spotless, upper She 

bourne location, near every 1 i»ai 

“kSci!,’"™on 388.5451 

_ -‘ i “ i -".msMsi 

BA y MA5,AM »»••«•» Fud c emanl oasemanl 

1aSv'caRE PE p'oTLEST SPACt I iL'ldf” 

-■ C^, 1“,." ",.", " P k,* a to '“ S "““" 

$24,500 

I Ron Met onrian 3*4 9335 id * 5 2* 


R«» 658-5531 | 


1 HEDROOMH 
QUIET AND 
' CONVENIENT 
NOT MUCH CA5H' 


. aneioourn* area Cosi 

1*0 BR main floor plus two brs 
and extra bathun on lowai 
i 4 ^ 4 . 1 .- R 4 ni 4 ^*bl* financing 
$26 950 lull prical 


A l/JW DOWN 
PAYMENT 


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SOMETHING 4 " d ‘- 4 «... toOR . . PRIVATE BLACK 

, „r f? JW^rtrifW fsa - - ....«... 

I,? 1 *'-* b4,h - 4l **' dining araa off ff 4 ,nbv J b ? 44 '*’ ho '*' 4 !) , 0 , h*r Ilian «nd kepi I room saml bunaatos 
of a wall-equipped kllchan Each i bom4 ]'Bhhng effeds. with basemani featuring large U 

in this home is enquialtely 4 „ £ 0 ~ 4 p« . Thra# ^ room w.lh f.r. P u,« nVa fiicha, 

*«M laid out Drive in 08 ,.;,# foorm. dining room, two laval liv with ia.u. i.n.ii. 7..* 


Iraas 

more 

LEE 


ARBUTUS ROAD 
SEA GLIMPSES 
PLUS OLYMPICS 

4 bedrooms, could be 5. 

garage sauna bath. 4pieie J 

pie. e. 2 pi*, e haltirooms Prufas BRAND NEW 

sional decor Ihroughoul it can be »J 2 joo , 0( . j 

truly said that this prestige hom* basement hom* with uf.IT 
h.. no •<»•> on in. nj.rk.1 1 o8. r 
The owner is moving and I* wall carpels A /, r li 
llexlble as to down payment and i lands* ap.d lot tomplal. m. 
financing Trading a distin. I pos || nfl Good terms or - ' -* 

• Ihllllu $»> lull rial* It rail Pal .?• 


i^JZglgrSBj: wm u, 

p ts av 

Asking $* 5,000 

__ To view call 

59* 232$ JOHN COt WE l 


. .7 reniacj sc. 

nail of th* basamant 
feature *- *- •• 

Rii him 


J h * ,de41 loc at Ion Off 

norxi on a quiet street Close 
[o ail conveniences 

rsn: .“So * ,i ‘" s ‘ iu " u ’ 

GORDON ARGYLL 
182-5077 nr 477-1841 


ftg i i oilin', a mi. r-~- 

For full details call Pal 
Dunlop 477 25*2 or Marvi 
47* 3795 office 477 1*41 


x or trade < all 


u. iiacre < 

I* NED llARROl 
•77-1841 or 656-4738 


3*4 *12* 

1721 CARNEGIE CRESCEN T 

I University Village) 
his all. ac tive home has been 
drastically reduced in price due lo 
lh# owners plans to return lu 
turope A wonderlul location toe 
Dm. full oi. thihlran with a Pack and 
’** living across Ihe slrt«l The 

v wall ic, I f£(i flt t° r p,4n Differs over 

1300 sq II plus a I- •• • 

» h4d /vmpus room , 

'I'.'i^'.T.’h.ViS"iy . 

other t«a|uras Truly today s bast down p4ym * nt 


SPfcdAL FOUR! 
i5EAFRONT l OT 
SPECTAc IJl ARi 

j This may t* iinatl rock head 
. land acre on whole island I 
Wonder p*. ked views of Cowl 
‘hen Bay and Salellilt Cha 
Park like virgin Ireedl O 
$29 5001 DICK BATEY Me 
FRE ' 1 BEAVE " ,0NE1 
iy bedrooms Double SUMMER SPEf ML FIVEI 

r.-,,:r o.'i/.'fNi"’"*' “* 2 ?i!*i,.'! E f- '. u .*. u “ v '«!> 

DIRK OKKER 478-45111 
I vemiiyb 385-2481 

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WE TRADE 


Will pul you Info Ihis three 
bedroom plus homa in tha Colwood 
acta large kitchen and eating 
are* Four-piec* and three piece 
baths up and roughed in for an 
u,b4y ■" basamant Partially fin 
i»h*d rac room and Iwo bedrooms 
I in iowar araa Situated close lo 
I schools on a 75x120 corner 
Double carport and sundeck v 
dor has been transferred and .. 
anxious for sale Priced el $29 500 


i F Hanley Agencies Lli 
Shakespeare SI Office 
3021 Shakaspaara SI 
3M 4294 


Off 


BROS REA| TORS 


EIGHT 

large rooms 

CI/WE IN 


«e well f(n 

1 iSf'ss? ,™*j. • i.i.ii.i ..iu. 


Nawly lislfed 

area lol, sl^ps from »«a ana 
marines Pav#-d slrenl Sewarecli 

TiKi, ... 0 " 1 ' 

^eSVone, 1,41 f “ E " l««'MlLIGHTS 

MIWAlb 8 SEbt IAI IHWT ANI>HS:AM 

. *** ... .. .. iifeie is a home lor $j*ople who 

waul sunifelhing dllfarenl Beauli 
three lo ‘ u, ' 4n ,<44m 4 "d natural cedar 
decking cailing complements sun 
k.n l « Wall to wall shag ruga in 
LR an* DR 3 bedrooms 


OPEN HOUSE 
10 MIDWOOD 
8 AT 1 KMK) 

v*n foil Hatmackan In View Royal 
4 balw* 4 n island Highway and Aid 
1 1 Island Highway 1 

Her* is lha Ideal homa for the 
small family or retired couple 3 
BR $ plus sawing room large 
388-5451 Rats 65R-56TI i »unn y living room wtlh water 
* views Lois ol yard room tor 
gardening or playing Sen 
lac luded corner ' 

offarinu *1 $22 900 
3** 42f ~ 


ANNE 

THREE BEDROOMS 

Large living room, nice kitchen 
and bathroom, no basement, close 
L n . u. . down P*vm#nt can 

oW'vsavir op#n ,o * n 

, LARRY QUAGI.IOITI 
or HEN GREIG 
388-6231 


complete Rea. Estate Sarvt 
Acioss Canada'’ 


IUUSTRU1T 


1057 Fori siraal 
Sidney 


*5* 3924 


J GAIN fY1NNOH 


IIIU.SIlil 

SHOI*l>ING CKNTICI 


..... .. • '•■ini. vaiue rue a mg 
family Look al lha price with low 


t only 


$21 


OPEN TO OFFERS 
ONLY 12 50(1 IK )V\ N 
2605 PENRIIYN 

Will buy you this beaulilui 
bedroom family home It s umq 
style, enrompassas a large 
rm , dining rm. lamiiy rm 
a gorgeous bright kitchen 
unltnisnad rac rm can 
finished to your tmginalion and 
design by the vendoi If that isn't 
enough, perhaps th* fantastic view 
over Cadboro Bay will interest 
you Call 

HOB HAHN 477-1641 


MT IXJUGLAS 

split..... 
coiy den, 
parkland 
477 IS4l 


J BR family home, 
design. W l R with FP, 
lovely lot backing onto 
127 950 fall Mrs Frasar 


INVESTORS 
SYNDICATE 
RI.AI.TY LIMITED 

marly Mark" and Wallace) 

and *■"" 

The 420 BROUGHTON iit/m 

be Atross Irom Ealons Car Park 

SOI III OAK MAY JEWEL 
NARK OPPORTUNITY 

ftofiS y V u wMI 1,4 R y DUd lo own 
•in! ,i‘ ,u V,ll -X 4 Has an 

DR*,h 4 h?i F ^ SaparatH 

4l /" , built m maple bultei and 
04k Hoors Lovely kitchen 
Imma., ilT M $ u b»tairs Iwo 

"In ..I 1-1 ? ''•dfCHPiis with wall lo 


REENE 1*50795 

HIGH QUADRA 
MAPLE WCXJD 
NO-STEP HUNGAI/JVV 

allramant homa. 2 bad 
cilh llrapiate 


18)1 iG HOW EN 


"vinne « irti l x. I j i a i 

■ . DSE IN Hit l TOP 
SUPFR VIEW 
Ac rii-w lour B R 
bathrms, separate DR mg rec 
room vundSTYdd and paiioed 
Ruckland Heights hornet Walk 
to luwnl Big workshop end 
double carport Easy tart rock 
garden All for $4 7 5001 
DICK BAT F Y 3«6l)*l FRED 
BFAVER JONES 

SUMMER SPEC IAI SEVENi 
UNMATCHED WATERFRONT- 
Pioneer almost lour ac re Duke 
H.iad waterfront with lovely 


Hi" I .AM i .nut 

insurance; AGENCY 
LTD 

... Serving B( since i*sj 
922 Governmenl St )*a 555 $ 


»'» umuiuum and rumpus (JAK KAY U II t ciu.u 
r uom in bsrnt AskYitg n2 WO MR . ,A ' 

FRAN NEll l , j*s 3231 479 394 * ? P4tl ®, u ‘ * bedroom sluccg bung* 

new situaifd on a nice garden lot 

- AN ‘•""i* fiK & jr: 1 ? J, h, w 


YlE AND OUWtR 


Idea 

modarV, .... „„„ „,„, ¥ Iril 

and uljlity oil hoi water heating 
Close fu transpo-*-*'-- • 

Ping Price $23,$-- 

nanc.no available For lurl her 
tic-' — 1 - 


.■/ing roo... mnn ,„. M1 „*. 
kllchan with eating area 
hot water heating 
aortal Ion and shop 
with soma fi 


Imrnaiulala no slap J badrogrn 6f«Ptac.. , u 
boms lost induetd Close lo shops Ufchan and 

and transportation Good terms lo ”°Dt* in main rooms Full rtmeni 
tun prl<« ol 122.900 RUSS b4 ‘?. m#n '- drtva-in garage Re 
McDowell, t*s 1231 3 * 3/903 C4n f'9 completely renovated, ne* 
wiring, copper pipe, etc Exclusive 

SlJANl.AKTHKA.lv .. 

* 19 'Jill 1** 5555 anytime 

Here is s 2 bedroom large IR 

124,1 HIGH QUADRA 


OAK HAY 
EXCLUSIVE 
maculate and 


formation end appointments 
view, please call- 
3*4 81 Js TED PAR TRIDGE 592 1451 

'•'OWN Uiid COUNTRY 

J BEDROOM BUNGALOW 

TOP CONDITION 
wim wan io ONLY 116,700 

l', 7 '' Fu " trasamenl. recr# * splendid o$»p V rtunlly tor you lo 

h.aiu.u i or „* ,udy ho ' lh, ‘ | ,n4 ? bedroom older bun 

hun.• i»ii A „*??! l4 “ 4n “ beautiful «<•"'* silo«led near lu Us and 
non • loll drapes and curtains In Shopping <enlre 
luilea | Allracltvalv cenuvaled 

Asking *27.900 '—- ■ 

l uu Pigarl. J *6 7721 * 


PROPER I its 


iusl 


Jn „„ HEAC TIKUL (JOIIGI 

t ' u “ \ GLEAMING WHiFE Stucco bung* 

UIUCXS HUM. HW •• h 4 * 1 |0W 1 h * rt,r -* 1 “ • 

bedrooms plus dan, V II Ijvln 
room with stone fireplace. Lepai 
ale dining room, lull basement 
and small greenhouse in th* we 
cared tor garden Oak Bay Jr 
Sr and Willows srhools are ail 
within 3 blocks Perfect condition 
throughout and only $29,500 „ 

JOANN HOPPI 477 1841 The marke 


iiiiinac.uis'e inn iu*. ..- .. 

market, thl* lovaiy hom* is just 2 Gi bAMiNG whiIE stucco bong* 
bio. ki Irom lha ocean II has. t of 2 bedrooms and full base 

.— -- »■.•• '*«« ii ** living btsnt Willi drive in y*rau« ON 

....... $#par THE FINEST STREET j n ihe 

full basamant Gorge arua Newly decorated and 
i»y*i>90° BEST OF 
l/lRD 3*6-/721 


t Gorge i 
car paled 
TERMS 

VIEW ROY Al. 

11 $ f ING tus I ON 


-vlth new cabinets, i 

a large family dining area 
I • vino room has new wall lo-wall 
• ac$>etinu and includes attiactive 
natural fireplace 

3 large bedruorns refilled wild 
plenty of closet and storage 
spa. e 

Son room, separate garage, full 
beigmiunl. has workshop area, 
good wiring Heating, plumbing. 

etc 

or yocrr viewing 


ID 

222 / oat be, Avaiiue 
tel 592 24b/ lanytime 

h lodes U ^ 1 A N(JS i ULONIAl 

U4S 6 BEDROOMS 
*79,950 

This * year old 


p r «»xn. >ui 

u.ilaiad hum. oi„s ve/er.i 
buildings I Superb soulherr 
PosuraT 17| 000 
(<lfk BATEY J*s i $si x| 

Olf K SON 

o l iosfie W cc^e. < e.'^i.T fclGM 1 din*ri«, loxlj ull'liiy room^Only i*- » . 

ONIQijE SEAFRONT lltxuRY »«arsuld l ui «i«d on luvaly lol GARDENER'S PARADISE 

l a nil send » I i n e s I I As new, Has new roof and naw OOM v*rv hi,. , , ‘ E 

i‘j.°T^ r4,,4d P 4r * on4 'iy panel Sundaek and patio Vendor it bad/unm ‘ EP 4 C, ?u* 3 

•edi Jiini so II main floor plus willing io i*rry balance Trv *our hom* with salfconlained 

ground laval lower all «,..*V down MymZnl MBS NOBlI/S* 'KoomL'* J? 2 

fronted to sea and private «»** 3 ** i23t ;" r4 bfd/ooms and • 

iraachl 4 brs 3 bathrms vast M r 00 '-'? o(i 

dan family room 2 kitchens I 5 HEUROOM S $41 5tHI 

i ask*inu '7'W Sf Ft provides de Idxa f°* f0 Vrd*? a, **.’ 'Ti“ 
inrnodalions tor Hi* large HoP4 


E xcallanl 

lO»4*PHU WARREN 
D F M 
(VIC 

GORDON HEAD 
$ 2 !t into 

This line hom* in Victoria S most 
desired erea can m yours befoi* 
”!• school term starts almost 
1100 tael on main floor with a 
further $00 developed downstairs 
Three or lout bedrooms A louc 
>l*i# an dlwo piece balh In line 
_ivigq and dining looms 
fireplace, modern kiUhen wllh 
eating araa. r#t room, huga 
sundeck, carport with asphalt 
driveway fully landscaped 
Terms. > All today 
315 7761 DAVE DAND 365 /761 

O F H 


' • lull...I 


"u.umeui. dm not water 
b44 ! in « Large lot fully landscaped 
with grasnhou^a EyarVthlno In tip 
lop Shape Prut $39 vfo fall Mr 

( xroxn •! nr AA. Cl..... )#■ rii. 


. " m 1 •»0*I«—rii— .3M 5555 

lamiiy 2 bathrooms, lovely land 
scaping borders a large patio 
I>os I year old homa is In beauli 
lui condition Owners transferred 

iJp.n to otters on Scl 500 DAVE Brand new and nearing cum pi* 
.iBson. 3*6)231 lion This 1 bedroom home with 


COSI I 




. II,C ' 


pet #cr». 

Diet.' BAIL, 
1 AITE 


I/X7KINC FOR SI ITAHI.I 
VLA l/)TS WITH A VIEW 

Su t ‘■ssa "“W- yi* aJ-an 1 -! 

ssss'vin CkV) ;:*# cSr 

HAT K’ORBKS 
AT 477-1811 or 477.8591 

Asking 


pari 


saclusion high on # hill in lh* ig,»i 
area o| V.tw Ro ,al lovely 
conlemporsry hom# comprised ot 

ll/lnJir. ,44,uf4 ‘' 6 oor to ceiling 

fir apiece, dining room. 

slap saving 

• uiiiny, ) bedrooms. 4 pc* 
vanity bathroom Full high base 
rnant, rumpus room, work bench 
•*.{. p,u » 4 massive reman! patio 
with southerly exposure overlook 
ing valley^ ^garage plus carport 


Information 

A CI.IKE ANDERSON 

or 1*4 IDs 


ill 3994 

27K RICHMOND AVE 


Idaal for a family wii 

. ... ‘hllrtran. in a beaulilui 

room, pass B4f | l4n yy " f ’ ,ru '» 'raes 
kli •R'JpPsd wilt, washer 
afridarafor. range, 
arpalmg Owner 'i 


smalt 
tem oil 
c uniat 
. dr yer 
drapes and 
transtar com 
ill priced 


. .- ....see today Tha 

attcacllv# exterior will always 
b# in demand in ihis high 
Uplands salting Interior de 
signed tor easy housekeeping 
yet ail lit* spec* needed lor 
the larger lamiiy Beamed <*,i 
mgs and massive old brii k f HE f 1 $ HE IGM T5 
liraplera are Isatured in lit* LOW INTEREST 
large lamiiy room Oft Irom J bedroom hon 
the childrens entrance there 
are lots ol storage ropboarris 
and a 3 pc a mud room De 
with all lh* 
patio 


— acre! 
ably irrtpiac ealila a 
price ol only 19/ 500 
D I f K BATEY 
NORMAf$ ROSS 

M i n Tf A p Pf. Vl 'mar vr 1 h, |, c ocidVion ld Own#?i ''rinsfarTicj _ CORDOVA HAY 

Almost II acres woods, 

meadow orchard inside 3 'j 

imlfe ilrcie Blenkinsnp near SIDNEY HI' AflY 

P’W -T-rr-rasr: <»•<•• -.-an! V Y 

..... 

I ENEUVE 'if* Mis is* Mb V l f 4 r f®r?i Planning is such that 

$22 5 fM) 'Vt 59* 351*. 31* 3231 recreation room, extra bedrooms, 

IDEM IE.. I.'l 900 ready to finish Vn IhVlowar'iave^' 


I'RICE REDUCED 
NOW SJH !8ki 

Vendor says this property must 
sail l Situated In Gorduri Head 
among tin* homes this is a viryi t . ui , v 
JPaciou* 3 bedroom loll iMaamant. r^'tX-ljOME 
oriental styta hom# Excellent I LBOURNE AREA 
financing and it is now vacant I 1 'deal homa lor Ian 
Call today 
. El 


Sea My 
OPEN HOUSE 

iV'cMumVn. i r ,E " f " 0NT 

Gaorg* Howard 

656 3924 *$*-197# 

IJPIANDS BEACH DRIVE 
Baaullfut home un almost a half 
acre luvaly grounds, sa# and 
muunlaln view all enhance this 
h 6 om# with three 

twapiaias, larg* dining room 
lull basamant rac room Must 

ba sulci as owner leaving lor 

tnglend Soon 

JMJIIl CLIFF TOWNSEND 
FULL PRICE $15,950 
fi' W4 by Midgard In Itw 
Urn varsity tl94 tnd U| t 
charming 4-room house with lull 
basameni Pleasant garden with 
p ' l /u. £y , 4 " d ,rul1 Teas For 

additional intormatton p I * a i * 

'H°C 6 ANDtBiON 
3*6-2111 592 J35* 

4 BEDROOM. ONLY $l/,500 
Po<# siatnad $2,400 to sen 
wnn*' ttaving, full baaamant. 
*" h 14 «• workshop and txtra 
room, alia,had warags with trull 
'/• 4 », E*sy terms 
5*62111 A PEAKER 4/7 395/ 


65*4324 


:LAINE BAXTER i*« a/941 
OFH 


I* G IIEISTERMAN 
AND ID. LTD 
1IJI HltiiiMtUfril St. 
:i 8 ;hi 6 i 


FOR 


"ux i ceuruuni | 
master t^droom ensulte 
is designed for additional uvuruoms 
down A gracious tront entrance 
layer lead* up to tha 


I plumbing 

II badroums, 
.it antranc a 

centra hall 


years old with 4 twdrooms complaialy renovated '* •V *'"•JJf. w4lu4 

. no slap hom# and r*pia t larad lamiiy home close ,,n * n ‘ ,n « i 4 p £ f 4 J M Jl 0 4 ^fl ,,4bl # 
k tirepla.a into transportation shops “ort can wai I v h^ipcxa, 

*4“ (-#,#■ V.iu aenihl paUqns 

34* $555 


$3c—. ..... 
Mrs Wallace, 3*6/721 
4/9 15*9 


4 BEDROOMS 
FULL BASEMENT . 

.TOREY CHARACTER HOME, 8 y OWNER PRFTTv 
- CEILING, living and * '7 sb .II y - 


pals lha sal* and it is 

at 

$J 6 ,A 00 

For lull intormafion and appoint 
«. man) call— 

477 *403 3*4 *124 MR GREENE 3*5 0/95 


DOE RK SEN 4/1 34 3 2 


Johnston 


I'tlwnv t #.iini*^v 

BEAMED CEILING 
dining rms Quick wm# 
TRADES ACCEPTED PHunx 
Judy Unicom# or Syd Clandinnang 
7-1B4I ^ 


GOOD RETURN 
ON INVESTMENT 

Duplex 4 year -old, ranted 
sides at $14$ 00 Also has a 
roughed In in-law suit* on ona 
side. Tha revenue potential is vary 
good and has a good 1 st mortgage 
9%, 25-y a a r -t a r m p* "—'* “* 
$205 00 PI Properly 
$11,000 down and Is 
producing over 10 % on —r>..r r .~. 
recaotura. Trades ot any nature 
would b* considered by t 
on an aaklng price of $41,wu 

G L. LI/JYD 
479-4106 or 477-1841 


"living ami ^m* 'poa?"VnJ V 'b.i£ 

POIi 'lONE p !?? r4m ' £ •••vl.J" hom. 'Tn 
IONE choice location 14 minutes to 
town Wraparound sundae k, pri- 
vacy, natural salting, acre with 
vary Iftti* gardening. Full base¬ 
ment with additional features 
Spottessly clean, mint condition 
VIA approved Price $39,500 

Rhone 45* 5760 xxr.sou 


P4y#bl« _ 
raqulras 
pabl* at 
1 Pi 
any natu.. 
i tn# vendor 


FOR SALK 
BEDROOM HOUSE 
’2 BATHS, $16,000. 
666-40.TJ. 


DISUNC TIVE 
$38,500 

GORDON HEAD 

-Imiwccabla 
—Defighlful landscape 
-Trea, shrubs, flowars 
—Two charming bedrooms 
En suite 

Den overlooking pelio 
Panelled living room 
A true paradise 

J-Kwnf!B OU, 11^10 

RARE 

3*4 *124 JIM McNAUGHT 3*2 *94] 

ONLY $16,950 

°' d4r 4, vtad 3 bedroom home in 
smeller garden 
i 1 , halting wiring end 
Plumbing renewed e reel 
family home tor the 'Go Home-tor 
.** f**. r linenclng ar 
ranged to Interested purchaser — 
see il now with 

M8.„a 60 * D0N ° PA6e 

3*4 *12* 477 *05* 


llghllol kitchen ^ 
built in. equipment * patiu 
runs across lh* hack ot th* 
house and leads lo a well land 
sc aped garden will. * roughed 
in for tha wei weather activity 
rooms More formally. Ihe gre 
clous entry hall leads to the »• «« mi 
iarg* Living room with lire 

place and a guest si/ed Dining LRAlGPLOWER AREA 
room, an idaal arrangement for 1 arge ranm* n i,t., 
entertaining Th# master Bed 
room upstair! has a 5 p< a 
bathroom and sun trapped hel 
cony There are five other bed 
room* Available lor oc- 

cupancy early in September • •!*-»•• •• xcx.yoo ..-. 

f?llsTSF , l*ftT,W l * l>l « XX CT) HASLAM, H 6 1111 01 », | Joioon SMOioooH.nilil.il 

CL U5IVE LISTING no drive 0W0 Ylaw garden, trees This properly 

b|r* pleas* For appoinlmant to *» modern, atlradiv# in every wav 

Pleas, call 66 n WHYTE*. ESTATE SA)E URGENT and will suit larga family <k£d 

Immadial# possession L*rg# l#rms Asking $24 500 F CRAIG 

fem.ly home, built espaciatly for 356 3331. 3*1-1671 lhaiu, 

a Danish designer if you ar* 
looking lor a hom# th* 
completely different from 


OAK HAY 


.. x». 8*)f m 

'III find Ihis exi cl | 
bungalow II he* 

. for lha growing family, 
lly lanced tread 


c’lioin- 

i'.DAR HILI. AREA 

your view" from ! $29,900 

dining room, and u,, » •>! In* nicest sir eels 
'— * wrap j victoria w- •• 

Irom ••nt 4 badr 
and everything 

lh# Urna dull. .. itTO , UIi 

that recreation room, 2 bathrooms 
sundeck and lots of parking rio*# 
to transportation and school* 
Must b# seen to b* appreciated 

r T #°s '$92^2340 * 8, ‘'' 2134141 

Hew excijisive 

LISTING 

<’ARKY ROAD AREA 
$24,500 

IJiI* 5 ^ 4 # Jovajy, / bedroom home 


WA t E RFRON T ?77 
See < ulumn No. 254 
TOutfTRY HOME??? 
See (olumn No 253 
THEN PHONE B|i| 
*T 3*4 7111 


hy» Pl__. 

toe 

I.AKKFHONT 
MEPALUON HOMK 


"Sir”" ••• tmmai uleie 

•,nnd' ,,nn Only 4 years old 
1700 so II this no sl*p f 

features old brick fireplac. ..,„ UPi „ na 

I R wan lo wa I i arpetlng *ep schools Low l.xas larga $0x217 
utility rnrinv dining room plus lol wllh trull iraas Musi i 
Sunken family room Large, wall j n *id# to appracial! BOB kFP? 
l-rvtscape.i yard fenced and ING"|B5-J?fl ill 3**0 BOBKeei 
Shrubbed lor extra privacy To t#J J*«) 

GLEN I.AM 

M8.„:rv i .re;,,xr,.c “Jr5 w JSR s 

hour 4n i!nd R | pcS‘* in b *i*s!Jme } n| d V!<<K? poUib,l,,,4 ‘ jAV ROGER* eJcaftanl wndUlon «.'!?. J ,^.'. 4<4 J n . 

N*W root delightful house^lor 

likes touching up ... . 

TO ri/JSE AN ESTATE 
JAMES HAY, $15,000 
9 1 d 4 r . J b dfm ‘ nan $»•«' 

house LR end DR. 3 yea 
OQM furnace, soned apt 
Mx'M 3i*Ji Jamas ST 


tti-SWKaaaw! 

o'cfelAttoiVW. 

i rental area, (lose to shops. 

1 Vi' 00 ,^ ^!? d U*nsporlat|on Ask 
ing 523,500 Op«n to of tars To 
view rail 

PN0 " E,, . I ,. 1J » 

,< | C » E cVL E L7i,,"AV E l A" E “ eNT 

This 2 badr uom hom# Is situalad 
on a beautiful large easy care lot 
in the Foul Bay. Gonsales area 
b4, *>rooms (on# *ri 
soil*) Elaclric heal ( | 0 m to 
everything Asking 525,900 , ash 
ot terms 

PETER CHARLESWORTH 
3*6 2111 $9*42*4 

ter 

ioo/}',fer‘ 1 "' hoo ‘ up « 

Cl IFF TOWNSEND 


YSON 


■y- neiigrurui nouse 

the man who llkas touching 
P'Jcad al $23,900 
Sif) HASLAM, 3*6 1341 
0900 


FAMILY HOME 


axcafiani condlllon and , 
right at $24,900 fall w, 
HELLlESEN 3*6 5545 anytime 


msL^'sar’wit w 

This colonial baauly offers you 
comfort and prestige in family liv 
init wllh 3 bedrooms 
bathrooms living room dan 
rumpus room laundry room 
balcony and patio 2 car at -1 
lachad garage and many extra tea 
turas no found in th* ordinary 
hom# Almost ready for you to 
move In at th# price of $64,500 

475 23tV* PO n,fT " nl 10 V ** W ’ tb,l | 


MfSTeSF » 5 |J»’ | W 4 r>s skaviku 

convent Iona i this Is II, as it has j . rh, » y ' 4 " sweeps trom Ml 
over 2.000 SQ FT of living ,b4 Olympics Thar# 
araa Vary excallant finan. Inn bedrooms and 2 halhi nn 4 


Baker 


: T Of living IOlympics, inert ere J 

V 1 JPt&Jw iKS*“oTi! 3 ft * 4 main 

F BEAVER JJoor wftlth is spacious (2,000 sq 


4 4942 




ft) Th* whole araa Ts park like 
•nd this particular g#?*in |t 

o r »„. SAlV- Ki“"4,»T' 'S* 

mr ju‘i ul4 4 bun B 4 '‘»w. excallant 354 3231. 599 4155 'aylor. 

condition 3 bedrooms up end 

down. 4 pee end 3-pce bslh A WKIHlMK MAT 
room large living room and< , ' 

dln]h9_ room wllh fireplace t w#7l| In'/H „ 4nd 4 _HOM6 SWEET 

cotiai 


*«■ w.tf 1 . BrtB insurance' 

$05 Hillside Ay* 355 SI/I I 


•n I I n i s I n t 4 
Beaulilui lol, 

All raasonabi 
ronsldarad F 
356 1361 


Ing room and. . .. m r 1 

fTraplaca, well >nd 4 HOME 

! • i » 9 ##r hom# '» ror this 

I separata garaua i ,ffG STEP 3 bedroom cotlao* 
lie o fjtrt or trades! B »4vtlluily renovated Lg* lot 
F BEAVER JONES. ^ I,h 4 f ff»» Jo 2 streets Nestled 
I In nlte location close i„ school* 
no $19,000 


I ; ■»* * ■## mi t *M 

•n nice location doe* lo 

I toNiva'x w,"" 1 


Mac dorian 3«* 5555 

OOLWOOD 
3332 PAINTER RD. 

Racanlly radacoralad, vacant, I or 
4 bedroom home, carpal, flraplac*. 
full baaamant '« acre bead lol i 
Close lo schools Asking $24,900 To 
view call 475-469/ 

HAS LOOKING FOR A HOME 1 
lal you down? Than have ona built 
“*■. “ 7 ®vr lol of ours, on 
rbutus Road Phone' 


• w wen ii,„, 

bathroom, plus 3 piaca m base 

M? ,. T .° 5n”io*" M, ‘ M1 

OPKN HOII8K 

2098 TUDOR ROAD 
10 MII.K POINT 
SAT. 2-S P M 


I.O, 


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ivllful 


Owner transtarrad, must ba sold 
4 badroom spacious hom# sal wall 
back from road, Iramed by Iraas 
Priced to sail al 54 *.W 0 

C J McLEOI) 
REALTY LTD 
2230 OAK HAY AVE. 

598 4567 


v'iIeS''* ,Ay MI6H »«*• 

t"'*, >8.81000) Itmll, 

181.1.8 In . mou 8.11 
able araa Lower laval has R I 
wl,h «' 4 r|bc. an 
extra badroom and sflll room 
o; expansion You should sa. 
thls^on# arif comMr# at $30,50^ 


uaeuniu, Arbutus Hoad Phnna I 

Jly*MS Construction Ltd at wha/h^S 6 ' NT .° A HOMt 1 
3402. WR »° trad, into this 

wall k*pt 2 badroom home? Near 

VACANT MOVE RIGHT in 4 Sc#U*1incid , M l, var*d n ‘i^i h< ? P * *1 l,h 
room modern Itucco, no slap, laxa* " y4f , d . 4nd . lo ^- iow 

near Gian Lake Just 51*500 C*li Scoff of Rr 
owner, mornings. *5* *40* 1 1779 or Re* 


extra 
for 1 

ion. .nd’io,„i,7, 

f.TM charlesworYh 

2n ' 59* 42*6 

514 WARREN AVE. 
OFF CAREY RD 

’wSC"'» .fits 

with laundry room off, loading lo 

Bm 8 " T , W , EN L. 10NED ' *DMI»AU 

Road, large house and lol 50x116' 

ab*# n ‘ $72 6 fl 8 * r »? *rk5°H dup,4 ‘' 4V4 " 
•nit ui too $1,500 down 479-2440 

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< yaro ana low, low rfcRNWOOD AREA RPnnrrn 


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P. R. DROWN 4 SON* LTD. 

TWXIStylf lEt „ 

783 Dort St. siff-SISA 124 hrt.l 

OPEN HOUSE 
13*7 ST. DAVID ST. 
OAK HAY 

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4334 OLANPORD AVE. 
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INVBITMiNT CO LTD. 

IT’S A GREAT DAY 
FOR BUYING A HOME 

OPEN HOUSE 
1631 WARREN GARDENS 
(Off Si. CharlL-H) 

SAT. 2-5 P.M 

Owing to owners transfarral this 
Immaculate (hr*# badroom bung* 
low with almost new waii fo-wgli 
carpaling In th* through hall la 
certainly worthy 0 } your inspac 
Horn Olympic view trofn tha dining 
room, kllchan and sundeck Full 
high basamant. large rac room 
with f replace, iwo-plac* washroom 
and drjva-ln gsrsgs Many nlca 


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t b 4 r 8L»5 f r Ireplan 
Fl Dining rm . IS 
DEN, IS Fl Mi 
•fdrm with En 
Plumbing, 2 Mora 
Bdrms , 2l Fl kit 
with HUGE eating 
73 Ft REf RM L 
Double Garaua 


■ uu uiiva-in garage 

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UNIVER 

is# lo naw 
autifully kept 
_#iurlng family 
enclosed patio, 
plalaly finisnad 
wall planned 1 

irbaCT % 


>531 or Ras 


UNIVERSITY AREA 

iaaullfuMy kept ^bdrm f '*p|ll' < 
Maturing family room opening 


centra 

-level 

..... tjom opening onto 
flo Thl* hom* com- 
I and •xcapllona'ly 
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GORDON HEAD 

TERRIFIC VALUE 

Only 3 year* old', this Immsculal* 
Ihraa badroom homa offers A full 
basamant ready lor davalopmcni 
I -shapd L R and D R sun 
deck - wall cared for garden 
and a pleasant qultt street wllh 
underground wiring and boulevard 
Iraas Ian A. Boorman, Hi 7131 
anytime 


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I 542,500 THE M05T |ECI 
ED property In 

riS» , d« T * B « i* r 'S, 

ha* POUR badre 
Master Badrm 
Shower bathrm , 

M , !awr 

Piraplaca, The c 

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workshop space 

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BVifflr - ,n4 

• —•24.MO IDEAL LARGE I 
} Y HOME will. 
INLAW SUITE 
Complaialy Sap 
•'ant# on a 
WWU TREED 
wilt. FINE Lands, 
this Lovaiy COL 1 
hom# otters plai 

accommodation 

others must me 
l‘ £ l at III f 
Thera are THREl 
rooms, a COZY 
r ?? m wl,h 4 f'ni 
Pl*ca, a Dining 


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Room For Family 
Aotivltie* at This 
Quality Residence 
Soil#! a vents and provision t or I 
gufils will b# easy her*. Bright! 
living room with pleasing Mature*. 1 
»*p#r#t# dining room, family room 
l4f ,0 4 Mtndack and ipaclous lawn* 
*l"> *6*d# fraas ar* sura lo bring 
about many pl**suras to indoor 

fnd outdoor living Th* m*Turi 
family will appraclata roomy bad 
room! Ithree up, one down) I we 
•nd a half bathrooms Daluxa 
kitchen - Crastwood cabinets with 
Interchangeable faaluras, dish 5 



'archengaabia fsatura*. dishwash 

a.® 

by . 6 ' 4 T 4 n» 4 fy,Mheel I* lurlhai 

•way but tha nglBhBors h5vs found 

UKff!«JfXTSS 

on one side and tha sandy baachat 
ol Cordova Bay on lh# other 
You can depend an steady real a* 
late values hare. Excallant value 

M5-247I'* 9 ' Ci " l,m ^ *'•" 

NEW LIB'HNU 
4 HEDHOOMS 
VIEW LOCATION 
Convenient Iq bus, shops and city 
«•"»£•- Tastefully decorated 
throughout. Living room fuff If 
wllh flrapiece; separata dining 
room, dan and *marf sp 
Mtchin with 
Frank Beamli. 
this properly prlt 


5-531.500 THREE ACRES 
lb o*fn, SE 6 
Park like pr 
f ofy 2 Badrm 
Extra Bldgs at 
oils home pad 
Will TURN YOU 

10—142.500 I HRfc fc ACRES 
lv MODERN, 
new home, Iran 

BRENTWOOD 
within 20 minuti 
lo City, HUGE 
room with L«n 
deck facing lh* 
Dining room am 
•» with BIG 
Rang# In-line L 

KurviiiR 

basement with 
place and 
bathroom roi/g 
I IK up Gataga 
hasamanl to at 


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WHY NOT? 

1 -it win only taka a taw minute* 
0 check into thl* marvelous *xscu 
live type homa In Gordon Head. 
Maturing 5 bedrooms, large living 
room with fireplace flowing Mnlly 
Into tha dinlnj) room A kitchen 
that women dream about, large 
74x157 lol. iundack on carport 
Rat room wffh fireplace. 7 
bathrooms and a utility room lo 

today and fi 

HOUSE PLUS LOT 

I—#4»droom heme, close lo schools 
and shop*, lot* of Trull trees, 
saperaM HtrijH miy ba purchased 

•n offer. 

SUPER SPECIAL 

Kielar ■ 


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CUPANCY can 
ranged 

OPEN TO VIEW 

fern.* 

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with - 


and UTILITY 
roughed In 
Wall-fo wall 
throughout Thr 


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RAY MORRISON, $88-8647 


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KFINDER8" 

IULDUTHEL 

J8E 

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ihl* older character 

'iwir- 1 

fireplace* PrlCM 

.DOBSON 


PEN!! 
BRETT DR. 

I PM 

I P.M. 

41 *' ACM 


is — mniif an 

kitchen with built Ins 
ihwather 

nprassiva living-dining 
nodalion divided by a 
ndlng circular floor to 

F.P 

panelling and luxurl- 
// throughout 
it housa for $43,soo — 
an to offer* 
show it to you I 
OUR HOSTESS 
FLEMING, 


iTREES 
rant* 

shops 2 larga 
ibinal alactrlc kitchen 
ood storaua. wlrad W 
Nice stucco bungalow 
irfar or rallramant. 
17.100 Plaasa call 

, HOLM 

I 


383-0203 

:ll 

maculata 3 BR home 
walking distance to bus 
ipplng — alt The 
it has Its own kltchan. 
t and washroom with 
s is a real good buy at 

CRAIG 
I, 652-3063 


JM HOUSE* FOR 8AIJD 

ISLAND PACIFIC 
REALTY LTD 3884231 
3200 QUADRA ST. 

OPEN HOUSE 
RICHMOND dud 
McCREA AREA 
SAT. 2-5 P M. 

NEW EXCLUSIVE 
IJSTING AT 
3300 ALDRIDGE ST 
Wall built twotedroom home, 
bright and sunny Living room 
with fireplace. Excellent entrance 
hall, larga modern kltchan. four 
place bathroom, full basement, 
drlve-ln garage. Beautiful home on 
wall kept lot Asking pr ice $23,SOO 

DONNIE WEYLER 

In abundance 

Please call 

38*4281 or 592-1961 

Anytime 

OPEN HOUSE 
FRIDAY and MONDAY 
7-8 

2531 ASQUITH 

Large older family 

character, t - - 

place In both _._.... 

Three bedrooms up, one down. All 
services renewld 

MRS. PETERSEN 
388-6231 

QUIET AREA 
HIGH ON A HILL 

Large tamlly home on large lot. 
Three bedrooms on main floor, 
plus another on lower floor Large 
rumpus room with stone fireplace 
Attractive living room, dining 
room and den tace e view of 
mountains and clly. Three-car 
garage, parted for boat or 
camper. 

MRS I VINOS 
3*84231 

HIGH ON A HILL 

this • delightful 2 year old home 
overlooking the hills with tall trees 
as a backdrop. 3 bedrooms, large 
living room with fireplace, has 
eliding glass doors to wrap around 
sun deck Large cabinet electric 
kitchen. 4 piece bain pull base 
men! with rumpus room bel 
partly finished. Deep drilled wall 
with plentiful supply of water on 
I 6 acres asking only $3$,000. 

WII.F DAVIES 
3884231 


GORDON HEAD 

Asking $24,900 with low down pay 
ment, absolutely spotless through 
out, living room, dining room, large 
kitchen and 4-piece venlly bath, 
lull basement with extra bedroom, 
fruit trees. Just listed. 

FREDDY STARKE 
3884231 or 3*4-9633 

SPOTLESS IN SIDNEY 

2 year old. 2 bedroom retirement 
special, close to stores, etc . nice 
carport. workshop and utility 
room, no basement, eesy-cara lot 
Asking $21.SOO with terms Quickly 


cell 


30 2 bdrms, kit and 

room on corner lot 
00 Hillside area 2 
l. kit L R with lira 
, slucco, full basemen) 

00 3 Mr ms. lull 

I redecorated, with 
o well carpets P P In 
i large living room T 

area rail 

IA PRETULA 

II 

, 1 . 1 ) 320,900 TOWN and COUNTRY 

ivaly home |usl coming 2 bedroom home with charming 
l Is a good value with 2 fireplace in comfy living 
ns. large dining room. F H C basement, oil healed 

-.. *-•■< •-I -- - II y Mr » Old 

terms Cell 


HEN GREIG 
38*4231 nr 477-8241 


sun porch, full base In garage 
«lfh pra finished extra iv JM wifi 


room 
. Drive 
Asking 


tnd large family 
I be bought wllh 
wn payment with axc.au 
financing, see for your 
169 Beech wood 
of Ross SI 

K. COHEN 386 2911 


HEN GREIG 
LARRY yUAGLIOTTI 
388-6231 

CLEAN, SPACIOUS HOME 
NEAR SCHOOLS AND PARK 
AT 1121 PRINCESS 
bedrooms, one bathroom 


VAI.E 823.900 
roomy home 
(rooms, I a r g • •<«■(» 

with flraplai t Family,™!™ 

resumes For financing ANNE DUGGAN 


. end 

Pull base 
furnace, smell. 
Asking $18,950, good 
jur otter Cell 348 *231 


resumes 

)LYN WELDON 


! M HH. NH HH 


HH 


THREE HEDROOM8 

Large living room, nice kitchen 
and bathroom, no basement, close 
in low down payment can 
handle Asking $13,900 open to an 
otter Spotlessly clean 

LARRY yUAGLIOTTI 
or HEN GREIG 
3884231 


Henley Agencies l Id 
kespeere SI Office 
II Shakespeare SI 
lid-4294 

1PKN HOUSE 
HI MIDWOOD 
SA T 1 3IM 30 

metken In View Royal 
Island Highway and old 

Ite* Meal homa for that 
Tilly or rttlrad coupla 2 
s sewing room large 
iving room with wai«r < 
ot* of yard room for | 


l or play 


D P r 


Semi 


UVIC 

iOHDON III.Alt I 

$29 ‘.MHl 

i home In Victoria » most 
area can b« yours befoie 
ml term starts almost 
I on main floor will) a 
500 developed downstairs 
r luut bedrooms A lour 
i dlwo piece bath In line 
end dining rooms 
,, modern kitchen wllh 
area, re t room, huge 
carport wllh asphalt 
1 . fuily landscaped 
till today 

DAVE HAND 315 //6I 
O P H 

R If T RE DIKED 
NOW $28 900 
says this property must 
iluatad In Gordon Head 
tine homes this is a vary 
, 3 bedroom, lull basement. 

style homa Excellent 
g and it is now vacant I 

ELAINE BAXTER Jd8 4 294 


G IIEISTERMAN 

ANI) CO. ltd 

121 HlttOBiiHril Si 
38.3- Util 

CHOICE 

KDAK HILL AH P A 
$29,18 HI 

■ of tna nicest streets In 
» you will find this nxi «l 
bedroom bungalow II has 
ting for (he growing family, 
d^lly fenced treed lot, 
Ion room, 2 bathrooms, 
k and lots of parking Close 
importation and schools 
i>a seen to tie appreciated 
w call Mrs Brill. 383 4161. 

2 2340. 

>4kw exclusive 
LISTING 

LREY ROAD AREA 
924,500 

•ly 2 bedroom home on a 
ole I street Living room with 
te, dining room, anlranm 
rough hell ell have new well 
carpel over oak 4 piece 
am, plus 3-piece In base 
To view cell Mrs Britt. 383 
es 592 2340 

OPEN HOUSE 

2099 TUDOR ROAD 
10 MILE POINT 
SAT. 2-5 P.M 

• transferred, must be sold 
oorn specious homa set well 
from road, framed by trees 
I to sell el 148,90) 

C .1 McLEOD 
REALTY LTD 
1230 OAK HAY AVE. 
5984567 

RADE INTO A HOME I 
have you to trade Into this 
kept 2 bedroom home? Near 
ises, schools, encf shops with 
< fenced In yard end low, low 
Make an offer Lawrence 
ot Rex Hughes Agendas, 478 
nr Res 478 1440 


TRU$TRU8T 


1057 Port Street 


bee My 

OPEN HOUSE 

BA/AN BA V WAIERPRONT 
IN COl UMN No 254 

Gaorga Howard 

454 J924 454 2974 

UPl ANDS BEACH DRIVE 
Beeulilui home on elmusl 4 hair 
acre luvely grounds, see end 
mountain view ell enhance this 
1/60 sq II home with three 
lirepleces, large dining room 
lull basamanl rac room Must 
b« sold as uwner laavirtg lor 
England soon 

384 2111 CUPP TOWN&END 

PUl L PRICE $15,950 
Drive by 1701 Midgerd In the 
University area and sat a 
charming 4 room housa with lull 
basamanl Pleasant garden with 
privacy and fruit trees For 
additional Information please 
cell. 


4 BEDROOM, ONLY $l/,500 
Prire slashed $2,400 lo sell. 
Owner leaving, lull besemenl 
with large workshop end extra 
room, ellaihad garage, with Iruit 
trees. Easy terms 
384 7111 A REAPER 477 3937 

FAMILY HOME 

SHELBOORNE AREA 
Ideal home for large family. $ 
bedrooms, full cement basamanl. 
larga lot. double carport. An 
excellent bolding property in goad 
rental area. Close to shops, 
schools, end transportation Ask 
Ing $23,500 Open to offers To 
view cell 

ANNA KNOW!ES 
JS62III 4// 1230 

E X( ELLEN1 HETIREMENI 
EXCELLENT AREA 
This 2 bedroom home Is situated 
un e beautiful large easy c ere lot 
In Ilia Foul Bay, Gunialet area 
two lull bathrooms (one an 
suite) Electric heel (lose to 
everything Asking $28,900 cash 
ui terms 

PETER ( HAHLESWORTH 
284 2III 591 4214 

HOME 

In quiet area lor client wllh new 
22x44 Greet Lakes lovely two 
bedroom sectional home, walk In 
closets, four piece b ath with 
vanity, washer dryer hookup or 
would sell, 
ri IFF TO 


4-2111 


TOWNSEND 

WAIERPRONf??? 

See Column No. 254 
COUNTRY HOME?77 
bet Column No 253 
THEN PHONE BILL IYSON 
AT 384 2111 

CORDOVA BAY HIGH SEA 
VIEW 

A fine large 3bedroom family 
home located in a most de&n 
able area Lower level has R i 
rumpus room with fireplace, an 
extra bedroom end still room 
to; expansion You should tea 

384 2111 599 42*4 


514 WARREN AVE. 
OFF CAREY RD. 


Brand new cute little bungalow, 
featuring ell the best well fo-well 
carpeting, 3 bedrooms, dining 
room, living room, bright kitchen 
with laundry room oft, leading to 
the garage Clean electric healing 
(controls In ell rooms) Sltuaied 
on a new paved street with sewer, 
etc lot 55x135 Court order tale 

3955 QUADRA $f 4W1II 

APARTMENT ZONED, ADMIRALS 
Road, large house end lot 50x135' 
Plans end permit for duplex avail 
able $22,400 $1,500 down 479-2440 

PERNWOOD AREA REDUCED 
Handymen's special Ba»emen!. oil 
o malic heavy wiring 810 800 477 


Htllxt X HIH BAI.lt 


P. ft. BHOWN 6 SONS LTD. 

tx, rsoljij f «« *• 

763 rare St. turn 134 hr.) 

OPEN HOUSE 
1387 ST. DAVID ST. 
OAK BAY 


OPEN HOUSE 
4334 QEANEOBD AVE. 
EIUDAV *4 P.M, 


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JOHN BISHOP OF WHinOMf S 
OFFERS: 

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OORDON HEAD 
131,760 

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location Park 

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(Fireplace), Big bun 
deck, Fine landicaging 
and aurroundad by 
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Town 

4-BI4.IM SIDNEY, Treed and Sa- 

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OPEN HOUSE 
SAT. 1:90-4:90 
588 CEDARCREST DR. 

133,900 
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OPEN HOUSE 
SATURDAY 1.30-4:30 
3381 WISHART RD. 



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OPEN HOUSE 
SAXE POINT 
1192 MUNRO ST. 


BOORMAN 

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INVESTMENT CO LTD. 

IT’S A GREAT DAY 
FUR HUY ING A HUME 

OPEN HOUSE 
1631 WARREN GARDENS 
(Off Si. Charley) 

SAT. 2-5 P.M 

Owing to ownars Iranafarral this 
Immaculate threa-bedroom 

t .it. -.-ojF r. 


low 
carpeting 
lelniv 


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cartalniy worth) 


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of your Inspec- 
■■w fro,- •— 

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high basamanl. iaroa rac room 
wllh fireplace, two-piece washroom 
and drlve-ln garage. Many nlca 
ihin« aantM/l m 

fr*TOlwj^ii. -«... 

UNIVERSITY AREA 
dose to now shopping .centra. 
Beautifully kept J-bdrm Split level 
featuring lemlly room opening onfc 
enclosed patio. Thla home com 

'WW KS.TO ,W 

(iOHDON HEAD 

TERRIFIC^ALUE 

Only J year* old'' ,hu Jmrnaculala I 
three bedroom noma offers: A full 
besemenl reedy tor development 
l -shePd L R end D R ^ »un 
deck - well cared for garden i 
end • pleasant quiet street with 
underground wiring end boulevard 
trees lan A. Boorman, Mi7121 | 
anytime 

III! Government St 


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JC JOHNSTON AND CO LID 
JC Realtors Appraisers 
Jf 1304 Bro4d - MS-2471 jc. 

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Rjxtnt For Family 
Aottvllieu al This 
Quality Keaidenue 
Social events end provision tor 
guests will be easy hare Bright 
living room wllh pleasing tealursk 
separate dining room, family room, 
large eundeck and spacious la^nsi 
with shade frees are sure to bring I 
about many pleasures to indoor 
end outdoor living, the mature 
family will appreciate roomy ted 
rooms (three up, one down) two 
and a hall bathrooms Deluxe 
kltchan - Craitwood cabinets with 
geable features, dlihwash 
jralor, Le*V Susan and • 

I breakfast area Ch4>ra» 

- - . In this 

. close 
furlher 
j found 

7tera"’wl|h ’lltfla ^1 hag’ll I k^T*^* 
on ono side and the sandy teaches 
of Cordova Bay on the other 
You can depend on staady real at 
Isle values nera. Excellent value 
at $42,900. C«ll Simon Flail 
185-2471 

NEW LISTING 
4 BRDROOMS 
VIEW LOCATION 

convenient to bus, shops and clly 
centra. TeattluMy decorated 
throughout. Llvinfl room 11*21 ft 
wllh flropleco; aapgraio 
room, den and smart s 
kitchen with ••tli 
Frank Bea 
(hit proper! 


SftWu. 

n.s 1 *, 

Ranch s 

ELr"7i^ l .Wn 

with Rating apace and 
Lga. Pantry, cToaat. 1 
Badrme. appr. 11 tt. aa. 


AR G. 
line traao. 

Oarage. JfxTRA 
m or RiC RM., 
Khln alto Addl- 
, Bathfoom Ready 
Irtish. The owner Is 

S MK 
“iv 

DOUt 


CUto/l*C. * LM 

LUXURY Ivn KM. 

71 FI Living room with 
Chereclsr Flraplai.a, II 
Ft Dining rm., IS FI. 
DEN, 15 Ft. Master 
iadrm with En Sta. 
Plumbing, 2 More lga 
Bdrms . 51 FI kitchen 
with HUGE eating area 
23 FI. REC RM Large 
Double Garage with 
Lift doors. BEAUTI- 

» ate' ill: 

den at rajfr (No home 

CTnR? G v*n3 

in (hit area. 

- 842,100 THE M06T 8ECLUD 
ED property In the 
Cordova Bay Area 
FANTASTIC SEA 
V|EW8. The larga CON 
TEMPORARY home 
has FOUR bedrooms. 
Master Bedrm with 
Shower balhrm., $upk- 
an Living room with 
HUGE Character Brick 
Fireplace, The Dining 

rTunFit* A tiff- 4 

30 Ft SWIMMING 
FOOL. (Needs Filler) 
workshop space The 
— Fart Basement with 
price hat bean subitan 
Hally reduced end must 
te FIRM 

I—$24,900 IOEAL LARGE FAMI- 

IV HOME with BIG 
IN LAW 5UITE with | 
Completely Sep En¬ 
trance on e Large 
WELL TREED LOT 
wllh FINE landscaping 
this Lovely COlwOOD 
home offsrt plenty ot 

accommodation The 
ownars must move on 
acd of Jit Health 

Thera are THREE bed 
rooms, a COZY Living 
room with • line Fire¬ 
place, e Dining room 
opening to a lovely tt- 

FUL kitchen. Down 

stairs are a HUGE bed 
room, a BIG KITCHEN 
with Laundry and 
Opening to another 
FULL BATHROOM, 
Entrance Hell end a 
BIG Living room which 
would te an IDEAL 
rumpus room 



panelled utility 

. tp 1 - 

a a loyal] 

mm* 

a home-mel _ _ 
large eating area 

The extra-large 

) hat bathroom an 
, net In any w*y da- 
from the ether two 
, bathroom To vMw 

RYaVj 479-7111 


NEW LIIT1NG, $28,900 
3 BDRMS. ON MAIN 

BF 



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PROPKB'nKI 

IN A HURRY?? 

PMMMlon DRlVi BV than phonv 
Jyr drag In W detail* Bird te 


m 


_RTIE» LTD. 
Requlrsmentj, 

2 BEDROOM 
at Sea view. 
* 

r LTD. 


WATEHFIMiNT 

ft>B4)k*EttTIL* 


WATERFRONT 

PROPERTIES 


PEMBERTON HOLMES 
LTP. 

mum 


BIS. W* 1 * * 

wtss,TMts». 


m 

'-wpMy'MATira 

sloping view property. 


Victoria, B.C , FriQoy, Aggysl 6, 1971 

■ MB 


19 


Smoothly Your*1 


I built gorgeous home 

AMELIA- ™ — 1 - 

sec. Ft... -- r ,-.. 

wooded background I or 4 
bedrooms. Beautiful living 


SHAWNIGAN LAKE 
GET THE 
EVENING SDN 


mi 


appro* half-acre 

W 299 

aod terms. 




qui«t««»«,. mi.yvoS, aaritfij twiiuap 
. r™. b^ w r. r r , . v .“ l! & “Mu!! 

oomunt uses 

A I— M lh. C .IAa a YkArm ”- —- 


GRACIOUS SETTING 

to 

^ * ipJI RS in a naturkl tatting. 
_. H of luxurious living eraa 
Ing many extras, l a. outside 
ihone leek, 4-pce ven. en suite 
master bedroom, garage 22*23. 
4x10 heated storage rm. Asking 


p 


PERSONALITY FOR SALE 

Yeu may have teen dreaming 
about this one Large entrance 
foyer, overtiled living room end 
dlnli^royn with llreplacf, bright 


ms 


price 

W)N ROURKE 

479-47)0 RES. OFF 479 1447 


, txlra large 
ml completely 
bright rumpus 
xtra larga lot 
overad tundeck 


could t 
•treat > 


SxS DUPLEX 



F.F., oLAal SLlpl — 
JOOfl LEADING QNtO >ATlQ 

MRS. PARSONS, 479-1667 


IS...., 

Xf : i 

nJ 

ral atmosiThere' 
IE BRIGDEN 
652-2800 


OFFERS INVITED 
ON $21,000 


eras 


EEP COVE - Fine location at 
10953 Madrono Drive Saaview. 
and the ocean lust acrote the 

MpPiSsS 

co-operative owner! 


DERF C_ - 

irtcttn i. 

soje to S14.IM 


.. beautifully 
1.17 icni Nl«- 
educed for quick 

‘ On Baxandala 


“"nn'alhHUH - «U , ua.130 ln 




Gordon Hulma L< 


menial Farm 


the East tide a Ibdrm . 
lurnlshad. all-year-round 
wllh automatic heat. Larga 

utakauP 

Please Mil 

MR. T G M CIJSTANCE 
^IwlRfffe^iwarffia'rk Ltd. 

COWICHAN RIVER 
WATERFRONT 
75 ACRES 

beautiful amt Fark-ltka piwr.r 
This parcaT Is situated thit tte 
fiver 11ova througfl 1/3 of lil 

beaches. 

Proper 11 


300 FT. OF WATERFRONT 






SHAWNIGAN LAKE 
359 OF WATERFRONT 
OVER 3 ACRES 
SUBDIVISION 
POSSIBILITIES 

irlmo waterfront 


i)w highest parti Full Price 160,000 
'* * To vlow or tor titrlhK. Int? 


pasture with views to balance ol 
Peninsula. IlM so ft. rgdocoratad 
.haroefor home, full basement, 
tedrooms, huge ilvlngroom, 

u sjrm 

id land I* , complataly 
. utura sub-dlvision potan- 


two firapiac 
Small rente 
barns and 
fenced Futu 
ilal Vendor 


:»r 


tn, 


ACREAGE, HOME 

revenue 

city centre. ... . . 

pert basement home With , 
living room, cab alactrlc kite).... 
and 4-pca vanity bath. Wall-to- 
wall throughout. Immaculate In¬ 
side and out. Small aaparata 
• ullage on the properly brings In 
$70 rent. Realistically priced at 


913,000 

One-BR housa on a lovely tread 
view lot on Wilkinson Rd. W. 
Very suitable tor single person or 
young cduple Intending to build ~ 
home In tr ‘ * - 

excellent site. 

479 )447 BRI4 


this 


future 

RIAN J BROWN 24 hrs. 


THETIS AREA 


BDRM. IN BSMT FLU 
Sec r6om LOVEL 


YARD CREEK 


u i .. 

•ACl 

fcNDY 479-1447 


iBDRM 
-|4THl 


AC RI 


ttivttK; 


9-431.500 IHREE 

ihosl , __ 

Park like properl, 
foiy 2 Bedrm home, 
Extra Bldgs end Mo 
bile home pad *"" 
will TURN YOU 


SEE THIS! 

1300 SQ FT OF QUALITY 
(CONSTRUCTION 
3 BDRMS ON MAIN 

w.AppJ&i'iN 

^ CENTRAL SAANICH 


AL PETERI 

OPEN HOUSE 
OPEN HOUSE 
OPEN 6-9 FRIDAY 
OPEN 15 SATURDAY 
6549 Brownlee 
6542 Brownlee 
(Go out Pat Bay Highway to 
Keating X lisiarl, turn left 
Central Saanich, left again 
Styanl Beautiful new 
Hugo H«cker homw, 1 
Bdrma, l Vi hath*, full 
Isaaefnentg with additional 
lYiughed-in plumbing. 
Superb kitchen*, dining 
rooms with gundeck* off 
Lively large living room 
with raised hearth fireplace. 
Wall-to-wall luxury through¬ 
out. In an area of lovely 
I tome* Juat two left, at 
$28,900 and $27,900 with g<Jod 
terms. Call J. B. Young 
65*41594 or 383*4194 anytime. 
PARK PACIFIC 
INVESTMENTS LTD 

NEW IN GORDON HEAD 
large SV/i- N.H.A mort 
gage with very low down 
payment itosBihle 3 Bed- 
'minis, 1V4 baths, full huso- 
ment luime with wall-to-wall 
ar]iet. Full price $30,250 
B. CHAMPION 
383-4124 Anytime 


IND OPEN TO 
DY U9-I447 


Inlarchangesble features, 
er, gerburelor, Leiy tusi 
delightful braekfasl area 

6iiWv“f«, , n,W‘(lc n c 

by ElemenUry school Is fu/l 
awsy buf the nelshbors hsvs fo< 
e nice way 


re I 10—S42.500 THREE ACRES, love 
Id Iv MODERN, almost 

new home, tramendoi 
sEAVjEW^end VER 


J. H. Whittomu and Co. I4d. 


BRAND NEW HUCKER HOMES 
All with P? baths end roughed in 
plumbing down end potential lor 
development In tesemenf. 3 ted- 
rooms (Master 8n mile). Large 
L.R. With F F. Sep dlnjns rooms 
with sundecks ufl, WW.. elc In 
Colwood S34.700-S24.900 In Canlrel 
Seanlrh $27,900 $28,900 For further 
view cell end 

U 11-1194 or 

Pacific 

imtnr 


<383 4124 anytime 
Invelfmenll 


(JS4-101 

Ashore re 


7ING 


EAST SOOKE 

GILLEIFIE ROAD, V 
--iverlookmg your 



information call is 

ttorfvy, 




UOUXU WAMTBU 
TO XUY 


WANTED IN 'jPUNDH 


1 





. THINKING OP 1CLUNG1 

mIa 'fwa smjs 

Who* 

j REQUIRE SEVERAL (MORE 

lisilags between view Royal and 

fit KACHANGE RIAL 

ESTATE) 

VENDOR WILL TOADF 
l^n his s tulle revenue bulldine In 
area, an 


ITMENT CO. 
- i SUITES 


tsrFftm/ 

m.Uniu? 


One of the best waterfnmt 
building sites available. Vi 
Acre of trees in secluded 

area of Nfsrtii SaaniiAi. 100 WATERFRONT — * SUITES 

ft, of western exposure on Triplex, close In, excenenlcondl 

I.ml.h Intel. Axklnx " 

?_h,6 X) AMPJ0N m j'f frSAi,^ 

Anytime | *** U 

Park Pacific 
Invaatments Ltd 


B—5249 bOOKE ROAD, several 
acres on both sldesofroed 
Stretching down lo COOPERS 
COVE weierjroni, private 
beach, elc. Charming i or 3- 
tedroom horns, hugs living 
room end deck giving complete 
seclusion In front ol big stone 
Hreplecf Workshop and 2 
bathrooms Good terms offered 


8u FTJ 

waterfront overlooks Sooke Baslr 
In e delightful rustic set Ino f vr 

?«,Tf - litre .VJC 
1 r - Jl. >>[88«rtv,Jt # jUlLY 




on price UNDER $30,000. 
M M(f. E «TO % N E %° L N M 6 E S H M“ 


DEVEIDPINQ I'HOl-I.HTY 
SMALL, HORSE HANCH 
II acres, moderrf older home end 
barn. 2 St» good apple lrns. 
balance cleared 1300 fl fronlage 
on proposed new sewer line ThIs 
Is e golden opportunity to live In 
I he country, hive e nlos Income 
end develop this beeulilui properly 
at your leisure. All Inis for 
S1IO.0OO or you can purchase 2 
icres wllh fhe buildings 9SPSrs»e. 
5l*i 479-1447 Office or Res 4S4- 
447 

ERNIE LEE 

J H Whiltome and Co. Ltd. 

Royal Oak Branch 


SHELTERED 

•esln. 


aYID bullrflhp 75x20 on e 
concrete pad. It will houee HO 
chlnchlries could neye many 
other uses This Is really t rare 
type of walerfront broperfy. Phone 
Peu« Browne. 386 7721 (24 nr.I for 
furlher particulars Investors Syn¬ 
dicate Really Limited. 

ISLAND RETREAT 
53 ACRES 
Breelhteklng views ewell you Irom 

w,.r ,, = , „, ns 

properly Just minutes away from 
Campbell River this prime water¬ 
front of over one mile contains 
three protected beys suitable for 
marines, development, etc 
Full Price $33,000 


382-8117 or 479 

CHSIDE Df 


nr 


Sftl CONDOMINIUMS 
AND TOWNHOUSE* 

(Ji'EN DAILY HJK 
YOUH INSPECTION 
1 3(M:3U P.M. 

EVERY DAY 
EXCEPT SUNDAY 
BAY8HORE VILLA 
14B* DA 1.1 .AS ROAD 
A SEAFRONT 
CONDOMINIUM 
ONLY 2 LEFT 
Featuring luxurious carefree living, 
2 bedrooms, den and woodburning 
fireplace Only two suites ter floor 

ftcBi wsfc tus&ti 

ROMA NICOLL or JOHN MOL- 
YARD for viewing. (Trsde In your 
retldance If you with ) Mayfair 
Really l td 


_1:30 to S:__ 

See this immaculate home, two 
-1. L -iroom$, mestsr 


if 1 ' 1 


HOME BE 

if 


477 4437 


IMMACULATE 
l-year-old 3 bedrooms. 2 
hath*, large living room 
with wall-to-wall cariiet over 
new h*rdw»x)d floors. Large 
easy care lot in quiet area 
of new homes, 10 min from 
town. Owner transferred 
and must sell. Asking 
$29,900 

H CHAMPION 
383-4124 


. Vhan nEw A*i 

rem-s 

& ISL4 

Y BE, 

ly exposu 
Swarli Bi 
and telephone, a— 
fs partially cleared snd 
lo build BeeulTful locellon toi 
retirement end or eummer retreat 
Flexible term4 lo reliable parly 
III 000 

BRENT D. EWING 

oJKBLi 

3SS-4424 

MrV'VWkfWI 

entrance Hvvesr*>ld, JbMroom 
home. Large living room with 


r. 


_Ino t 

W, 


1 specTpus 
itc Eslalt 


HOWARD 

Office 

W Anytime 

Montreal frusi - Sidney 


PIER& ISLAND 
104' Welerfronl 
SANOY BEACH 

Gently sloping, over Wfare with 
easterly exposure Ten minutes 
from Swarli Bay. water, power 
<nd telephone Sheltered cove Lot 
partially cleared snd reedy 
build Beeulilui location 


PARK PACIFIC 
INVESTMENTS LTD. 


. , fireplace, guest i 

Anytime wail to well Ihrc 


Panoramic view irom hugi 


colorlul Arixone 
bedrms 2 belhrms, 
illrective rec rm, 

“ill 

lloor area. 


...JSnl'o I 
and berbeqc 


U] 


ww. 


fireplece. 3 
ns, sink “ 

T ? r ;a 


MABEL ( 


WATERFRONT SUITE 
OAK BAY 
NO STEPS 


sizes lofe-aoh 

tnf 

Th« Swing of side pleats 
counterpoints the graceful, 
low-gliding line. The total 
effect is young, smooth, 
buoyant in knits, blends 
Printed Pattern 9175 
New Half Siaes 10V4, U*. 
14‘A, 16V4, 18‘A, 20V4. Size 
14V6 (bust 37) takes 2Vk 
yards 45-inch 

Seventy-five cents (75c) In 
coins (no sUunpg, please) 
for each pattern — add 15 
cents for each pattern for 
first-class mailing and spe¬ 
cial handling. Print plainly 
size, name, address and 
style number 
Send order to Marian 
Martin, care of The Daily 
Colonist, Pattern Dept., (K 
Front Street West, Toronto, 
Ont. 

Spring-Summer fashions! 
Our Pattern Catalogue has 
separates, jumpsuits, slim 
ming shapes, fret pattern 
coupon. 50c 
Instant Sewing Bex* — 
Sew today, wear tomorrow. 
$1 

Instant Fashion Book - 
Hundreds of fashion facts 

$1 


111 urn FOR BALK 

9 SEA FRONTS 
SOON TO BE SOIX3 
Gening 
Buy no 


scares. Prices Increeilng. 
>uy now end esve. Don't blame 
'ouraelf later. 


: s wr 


•ay. Next lo 93U Lochiide. 

Ktwjufer 

DIRK OKKER 
478-4501 Evenings 
Iwlnorton, Siaw^ari Clark Ltd- 

METC^OSIN 


Taurus 




THETIS LAKE 


DIRK OKKER 
478-4501 Evenings 
bwinerion, sjjwen Clark Ltd 

nwzn'Sfi 

perl of Oskwlnds Street. Fully 
terviced wllh fully paid, paved 

'A 


442 1411 re» " 385 7741 14 Hr|. 

’ b V Henley Agenda* Lid. 

WOODED SECLUSION 
l>^ acre*. 331 H welerfronl 
oultlendlng views over Straits oi 
Juan de Fuca Private teach, city 
wafer end hydro on the properly. 
Peeked pore feel Term* available 
at 824.9<)0 Perfect tile for qualify 

h ° m * DESMOND HOLMES 

LTr 


SPACIOUS AND ATTR, 

mViThMl 

* ' T M 6 (V TW I N 
ROOM. TOP Q 
WALL-TO-WALL CAjfl 

K!!gWiSS u lN D ,N * pfl 

T0tH0 1>H.n.: m.u. 

MR. CUSTANCE 

385 2481 ANYTIME 
Swlnerlon, tlewert Clark Ltd 
BEACH DRIVE SUITE 
See view*, choice eddrosi. cIom to 
a 11 convenience* Apert men! 
owned Modern, elevator, ceblevi- 
»ion Thl* tulle con»f*ll of * 
clout room*, piui nail, bolhr—.... 
3 large bedroom*, large 24’ living 
room, dining room end dandy elec¬ 
tric kitchen JeJLl«»uiPP*?>. frjc^ 


Sleep in Luxury 

.J&Si 



4 8126 
PE Mi 


condtii of . 
plu* hall, bathroom. 
>m». large 14’ 

, c , - 

An opportunity lo tatil* •« 
attate To view ana dels)!* from 

&arconf°lSealty 384-394$ 

(iORDON HEAD 
iota 10 Unlver»lly. •Cbooia. 
vlmmlng poo!*, J ygSr» old 


MBERTON. HOLMES L 


LOTS FRONTII 


bath In lower level plu* roughed in other* overlooking the tee 
are* lor future development Price u 9i0 lkJ n 2,500 Son ,. o( II* 

$33,506 Cell F MarthaM el 384. 

1 84i> or fnnoi 

Emprei* R#4iiy Lid 




nm 
. Vie? 


WHY NOT? 

l—it will only toko a fow minute* 
10 check into thla msTvslsua §xscu- 
live type homo In Gordon H8$d. 
featuring 5 bedroom*, large living 
room wllh fireplace ftowlrtf senlly, 
Info the dinlno room A tnchen 
that women dream about. Large | 
74x152 lot. SkAu * WP 
Rec room wllh (^SpISCO. 21 
beihroom* end a utllHv /JSIR 
excite any women DO 
thl* one. AskIna, only «4,j 
today end moks your oft8r 


remain 

SECLUDED. Jut! pat) 
BRENTWOOD and 
wllhln 20 minute* drive 
lo Clly, HUGE Living 
room with Large eun 
deck feeing fhe Ocean. 
Dining room end Kitch¬ 
en wllh BIG Bull! In 
Range In-line Loa. Util- 

wurjmH'si, 

betemenl with Fire 
pin 1 end exhe 
bathroom roughed In 
I ill up Garage door lo 
betemenl lo eccommo- 

‘ • Boat t - 

CARI _ 
MEDIATE 
CUPANCY can be ft 
ranged 

OPEN TO VIEW 
$34,500 NEW LARGE, BEAU 
TIFUL Five minute* lo 

tern, r ■ av 

VALUE In town, over 

133$ Sq .. 

spr— 

Undargrc 
WIRING 




liARDM’lt REALTY LTD. 
899 FORT STREET 


RIVERFRONT foi 

AlrngjU ^^ecr^te^u.lfully^ireed , 


fium 


lot* on v I Resident owner 
oh property at ell time* Down 
pgyniei)4$ lo »ull your budgfl and,, 
llterei gltcount* lor cash. Tor In- 1 
• irmetlon wjlle Koplnj Etlele*. 1 


twimmlng pool*, i yeif* 1 
appliance* el $22,9M for 
room*, 1’^ bathroom*, weli-iu-w«ii 
carpel, this he* fo be a good buy 
for thl* ere* Phone for appoint 
men! to view wllh Pet Austere. 
385 3431. PR Brown end Son* 
'ltd 

SPACIOUS OAK BAY WATER- 
front 2-bedroom epartmanl. well- 
will carpeting Beautiful view 313 


HOI 8EH WANTED 
TO HI Y 


WOODLEY ESTATES LTD. 


N. E HYDE 388-7361 


COLWOOD—IE A VIEW 
Lovely 2 tedrpum home, eating 
area in Klfcten. w lh electric 
ituve end Irldge, full betemenl 
with lot* ol room lor extra room*. 
Lawn end garden area with large 
work*hop in rear Thl* home It 
lue el $19,M0 Finenc 
ih 


EXCELLENT FAMILY HOME, 4 
edroomv I lull bath and 2 half 
belli* include* all appliance*, 
carpet Sltuaied on 13 acre Ipt in 
^w Gordon Hfad nel^bur 


Gordon Hei 
Friced to eell , 
492 2218 lor appol 


iTntmeni lo 


yorkthop 

txceileni value el Si 
ig available. 478-5273 


.... t5U l W, 

mdarground SEWERS, 
AND CABLE, 

TO 


HOUSE PLUS LOT 

:«r K'TU'pi 

an eff«f. 

SUPER SPECIAL 

KTanfiss n '“iii 

pp?? 

NEXT WEEK 

4_Mey be TOO LATEl Con»lder 

si h%: shw i ar 

wSSSVy ‘ “ OH? •• 

imiuai LTD 
RAV MORRISON, S8S-SM7 


.. AND 

HUGE Living 
wllh BIG rock .... 

SfSIv/TOSr'VR: 

MASTER BDRM 
WITH EN SUITE, 3 
more BIG BEDROOMS, 

fcm 1 

Ft. RUMPUS ROOM 

(?/f * d BA?HR^1 5 M 
end UTILITY ROOM 
roughed In Beautiful 

tio well Carpet I 
ghJTte^WI 

RAI Thera is 

Potto, 01 /JriM 

for Gerd 

SdbiJ 

Fi r NA P l5crt 

SATuSt 

and 
EYESI 

10 VIEW THE ABOVE PROPER- 


HIGH IN COLWOOD 

3 Bedrm* w w throughout 
75x150 I reed lol In quiet tuperlor 
location. Can te low down. Aeklng 
•21,900, lee Forbe*, 385 1431 ehY- 
flme. Quadra Really Lid 


3-BEDROOM HOME, FULL 
tetemenl Lendtceped Swimming 

Kil. Palio end berteque Clear 
a. Country living 16 minute* 


_ , OU8E 1-4 S. 

Arbuiui, Colonial I _ 
belht. $45,500 Rental pi 
land trade* contldered 
Foifie Contlrucflon 


ML 


iroperly 1 
477-3721 


MAROON HOMES LTD 
New high quellly home* on your 
lot or one tuppiied Ly u* from 
phon# ,ruc * 

PRIVATE 

•W-ecre Mini Ranch 
Lovely Cordova Bey All iteview 
Beautiful 3-tedroom home, modern 
barn end corral. Mui 
appreciate. 4H-8I83. 


OPEN HOUSE 

By BUILDER 
2061 CEDAR HILL X RD 
URS 1:20-4.30, SAT 1:30-4.30 
I* executive home Workmans!]! 
■ 1 Reduced price, $49.90 

ly»MS Contlrucflon, 47 


tIi*_ 

3463 


one 1 

building tile 

com mod eft on* while bufldlpo^ Sua 


Include* 
for tempi 
while bull* 
lie garag~ 

__ ./gitr, a 

peredlte Don l | T|^ ) 

4*1*11% cell 

MR , 

PEMBER 




•nd thru halls. Uv snd dl 

a den I bedroom* 4lh tn 
men!. Bunt-In *)ove end 


SfnTi 


fireplace* Drive 
meculete inside ai 
$21,900 To view S93 


ns rm$. 
... jIT beig- 
end oven 3 
gerega. im- 
ind out Atking 
9477 Owner 


RETIREfX'E^ijy BIAUTY 
No ^^ep 2-bedrm. bungalow with 
fireplace interior frathly painted. 
Herd top drive, cerbpri, uilllly 
»hed Shirley Wilde or Rex Hughe* 
A^fnclet. 478-1729 or lie* 478- 

S^uSoAY^IUND. 

)» Cate Mercia 4 bedrooms, 2'd 
belh*. epaciout kitchen, 3 fire 
placet, flniihed betemenl, dote to 
ichool* and but Large IMS mori- I 
gage Offer* contldered 477-2595. 

AREA- 


WILLOWS AREA-OAK BAY 
a lovely i-Mdroom Tudor home, 
close 10 beech, thoge, bus gnq 
school* Large living room ind 
dining room with new kitchen. 
Full high cemanj tesemenf end 
separate carport. $99 9M7 


SHAWNIGAN LAKE 
Year round home on large teclyd 
ad lakelhore lot only 22 mile* 
from Victoria Private well New, 
modern teplic lank »y*1em. Elec | 
irk heel f bedroom*, large kllch 
an, modern belh Fireplace All , 
. furnithlmt*. hoel end mplor, in- 
eluded Atking $28,800 wllh Ilf-*® 0 I 
I r a»h 10 morlgaga Phone 
1 12 74J-SU40 

BRENTWOOD HAY j 

t—Side by ilde duplex - one 
legroom - stove and iridoe 
Included In each Clpee to tee 
dose iu *ee, flihlng end 
store Price 118.500 
3-Four bedroom tamlly home — 

* j j 1 0 r e y lull betemenl 
dote to »chooi* end »tgre». 
Price $39,950 Cell _ Tim 
McKryllt. AM 7078 or Brent 
wood Fropertle* Lid.. 453-1141 

BRENTWOOD 
PROPERTIES 
Your •Breitlwixid Buy 
RnnlUu# for Pnqierticg 
and Ineuiunce 

652-1141 


iiV. *c[ueIleum" Ifec 

'Kfif’lfS™ “ iLASH IMMEDIATELY FOB 

OWNER LEAVING. IVk-YEAR-1Y O U R HOME WITH 
old beeulilui 4 bedroom executive j'QSSESSIGN NOW OR AT 
home, Cordov* Bey borne *ee i,.™,. ..... K ,,, T 

view, ell lendtceped Shag carpel- 1 A I^PER DATE IO bliil 
ino throughout Large exieting 
9 *mortgage can te e**um#d 
Will lexe car, cempar. bc)f, etc., 

*» |ui| clown payment lo Ihe value 
of M.600 Phone owner, 7 11 
evening* and weekend* 



StTMTIB.Wf 


MARLIN ^GEJICIEI LTD. 

SHAWNIliAN LfAKI 

In the Village — Gently sloping — 
on local wafer — good draTnggt — 

VI^ LOTS 

A good selection of locetlona and 
prices. 

BILL PALFREY, 284 BMI 
Broadview Properflet Ltd 

SAVE. DEAL WITH 
THE OWNER DIRECTLY 

Salem Sea Site* Ltd, 898-17(2 or 
iloenl Aeprtitnreilv* Divlu 


BEAUTIFUL LOT RUXTON 
•LAND 

building tile* reedy 
ont Stewari channt-l. 
2SO fl. on *m#ll bey No high uei ‘ 
sand, oytiert clem* War 
swim * ~ 


YOU JACK HENDERSfJN.I 
386 9741 .1 A HENDERSON 
REALTY LTD. 



Of 


term*. 

SAlvEM PARK DIVISION 


HALF ACRE IjOT 



Ltf 


.. w 

■ 

J WANT SM 
HE TIME TO 


V L *4 tT, l 

;„ ,f ,. yo 7 u h 


H. Whiltome end Co Ltd. 
Royal Oak Branch 


HOME, SPANISH coev, 2-bedroom 
piends.. Will, )iu heel, wgTi-io-i “ 


_ J2 Jtrm, 


smefler home 
br reni wllh op- 


TRADE UP 
Upland* homi 
mortgage pep< 


lion lo 

GORDON * HEAD J BEDROOM 
plu* den, 2 fireplace*, large 
kitchen with view, dining room 
tundeck. carport, rumpus room, 3 
veers old $ 24 , 80 b 4/7-4919- 


LOOKING F^^A BUILDER 
PIN! HOM* BUrLO«n$ LTD. 

warntr'* V,L 

tmrtuh: 


1 


from Bei 


lec.rk 


.sa'wOst.'JSt 

HOME AND RBVIRUS IN GOOD 
rHidonfial area, immadiaia “ 
laaion. Charming, spacious u 

dypjfx. j it. aoch . 

p -<H»'v)»b ns 

I A L 11 4 BEDROOM 
IW acra*, nawly 




KL 


PRIVATE 
hoyta, 2 barn*, on 
drhM well, good 
pjjfafe aaia Cobb 

BY OWNKR, VIC WIST-IIQUI 


er Vy gen 
1 M wefer... 

'I. on smell 

._, gyafars, . _ ... .... . 

(Immlng, good enchorage. good 
, Jtlng. T 1 -* hour* from vlcforle 
$4,500 Phone owner after 8 pm 
454-4341 

WATERFRONT 

Shiwnlgen Like, lovely 2 bedroom 
bungalow bull! by matter crafts¬ 
man 5 yr». ago for original owner. 
Ideal retirement »pot overlooking 
fake with immaculaia garden, fitn 

479 ISM anytime Invasion Syndi¬ 
cate Really Limited. 

WATERFRONT IIDNfV . 
Cuty coty end comfortable. 2- 
Bedroom. *tucco home wllh unpb- 
tlructed. interesting tee view Ap¬ 
proximately *6' of weferfrflN 
fete tale end must be told. For 

« JR7WW 

Canada Permanent Trust 
1511 FT. WATERFRONT 
1 Ahfi} COWICHAN 

|BaE c «w! -m * i,4 ' w - 

I RON BLACK. 384 8001 
Broedvtaw Fropenlea Ltd 


'■I'M FRUSTRATED 
IN COLWOOD 

Am looking for a 3bedrm full 
b»mi homa wllh eating area in 
kitchen. Colwood area. Lot tixe 
tullable for covered parking for 3 
can Up to 837,000 

JERRY MIREAU, 18*7/61 
D F Hanley Agenclei Lid 
GENUINE RfEQUEIT FOR A 3 
bedroom lemlfy home In or near 
Gorge area Price up fo epproxl 
metely I2Q.Q0Q with large down- 

B^iTsViElD ttWm* Meyfelf 
Really Ltd 

. JEED R L 0 A F 6 KT,iS 
Huu»e* lurnlthecf or unfurr 

fufuri 

*" -- :a»d hbmi 

WANTED. 1-BEDROOM 
modgm home. Gordon Hoed, 

s c .“. r fe sir a*© 

rv 

192-MI 9 


mam w ./aa & 

Victoria. Mostly high view prop- 

p.fflBn'Wi'tf mm»! 

PEMBERTON, HOLMES LTD. 

tin We»f lennich Rd. noer 
rentwood, 3 1 x acre* Some level, 
cleared In hay Some hillside end 
woodatj. i-tedrowin Itume wllh an 
txlra In bealmani. Homa orlan 

bikw.' ' ,,,nd 

gs" «£'•« yetXm 

iireiJirpy 

Ineurenot — Raei Eilata 


DOLPHIN BEACH ES 

^§ L So)^ se/pARKsWul 

PHONi 244-41M 


■mpp. .. VIBB ...... „—, v ... . 

b e droom bungalow, cralftman 
finish, I acre which alone worth 

U wa , te27 , son? V 

See view tofi and ecraeue from 
$3,000 Muttern Property Deveiop- 
«nl». 813 fort, jgpm 

gjrmnf property 
.... ...—lrtom Properties, 

SlaSwiF® 


_[»hed or unfurnished 

' . 3*4 7545 


WIL 


cash If if’a »ul 
purpose* For Igj 

evsi mm 

3231 


BUY YOUR 2 OR $ 
home immediately for 
- iltabla lor renlai 


ir* tunable lor rental 

v m 

REALTY anytime. »4 

IpS t teSnX 

WANTED: TWO OR THREE 
tedroom houao or duplox to rard 
wllh opilon To buy. Hava good 

te*.«.7r.l{if]pm UM ' 

LADY CLIENT HAS SOLD IN 
anyttma I. Hargrave 


_ ...j*r 

34 hrs.) 

SECLUSION. SEA VIEW 

Overlooking Cordova Bey Period 
lol for qualify home 9 acre* 
(bpp , mod, underground wlrlna 
•nd hydro it properly Offer* at 
cepled on $13.500 To imped call 

few™ 

Shirley PhilpiHomafinder* Lid 
BROADMEAD TREED IvOT 
HIGH SIDE OF CLIFFWODD 
Terrace Sfanderd tepMc lank re- 

Simon Fief), 385-2471 - Johnafop 
and Co Ltd 

PEACE 

lot*, require IMAfij- 
10 hide your hoydg 
iwev; for Invatimanl or bulldlrig 
NOW Low end price*, call — 

Wi’” 

CORDOVA BAY LOT, CHOIC* 

«■ f'. n ,*c n.nt 

Atking *8,780 Call Mrs Parsons. 
479 1447 j H Whiltome end Co 
Umlfad. Royal Oak Branch 1 


EtfifloNT 

1 for I 


Public _ 

tchpol* and al 
Sooke Batin 

mWv Pill 


ACRE SEAVIEW 
ter and power ( 
Gc 


Clots lo 
Good batch on 
ardt Lavel 
term*. F 


Give linens s ha|ipy theme 
enjoy their beauty «U 
year 

Turn plain linens Into 
heirloom and gift tiuBsures 
witii dainty embroidery in 
stitches Easy for tiegin- 
ners. Patten) 817; transfer 
of six motifs 6x12" to 
44ixl5”, directions 

Seventy-five cents in coins 
(no stamps, idease) f o r 
each pattern add 15 cents 
for each pattern for first- 
class mailing and special 
handling to I-aura 

Wheeler, care of The Daily 
Colonist. NeedlecraH Dept.. 

60 Front Street West, Toron 
to, Ont. Print plainly pat¬ 
tern number, your name 

N . w IB71 NrhUbci.Ii ! Wo tlJrn-W" 4 *" 
Catalogue — what’s happen 


1422 CHAMBERS STREET DU 

oronnell Raslly, 1*19 Wa*t Brood 
way. Vancouver, B.C. 

K'iiSo- 'KJL1 m k2y 

FOUR DUPLEX LOTS JACKLfN 


i*ele my cl 
> you, not^oj 

leiend Pfc 



y hr 1 


y, IM-4331 


Ing in knits, crochet, quills, 
fashions, embroidery. Free 
patterns. 50c. 

New Instant Crochet 
Book — step-by-step pic¬ 
tures, patterns teach today's 
way. $1 

Complete Instant Gift 
Book — more than 100 gifts 
for all occasions, ages. 91 
Complete Afghan Book 

fl 

Book of 12 Prise Afghans 
60c. 

Quilt Book 1 - 16 pat¬ 
terns. 60c. 

Museum Quill tkxik 2— 
60c. 

Book 3. "Quilts for Today's 
living " 16 patterns. 60c. 


ACRE 
Canoe ley. 
pare letted, 
ebif. $18,500. 

LOT ON SEWII 

rat” 


Torquay 
SEAVIEW 
Beautifully 
all servlcr 


NEAR 

service* avail- 
*43 

GHTS AND 


ISWM. LIGHTS AND 

■Bf'viW XkW 


tw ACRE TREED 

plesM 1 siHaJi” 1 c " N ° 

CORDOVA SAY LOT FOR SALE. 
E^ceHer^^e^end mountain view. 

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34 fcHu (BdUmlft. Victoria, B.C., Friday, August 4, 1V71 


tit LOW FOB SALE 


PBOPEBTV WANTED 


lcntB 

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Soi ill 





NORTH IAANIC 

fefiatSrs 


NORTH SAANICH 

-some M« view. 

I w«l«r mein 17,WO. 


CAOM fOR RU'LOINa LOTS ON 

RW- OWiti.__ 


tM ACREAGE FOB BALE 
AND WANTED 


» stream run- 


tm, 

nlcelv treed. 


•ree Over 14 acre* 

'' « v 0 ; 

ENCIfS LTD. 


GORDON HEAD 
SKAWOOD TERRACE 

OH Perndele el Tyndall 

NOW FULLY PAVED 


XXJIKRXXXNX 
X HOULTBEE X 
X SWEET X 
X Realty X 
X Ltd. X 
X X 
X 

Yorkshire Trust Affiliate 
737 Start 388-5561 


5 EXCLUSIVE LOTS 
LEFT 

Lett I. 10. 11. IS. II 

Wsvf 

Tree 

Seclw 

u "Bjkv 

tiT.ii 


tins 

DRIVE OUT AND SEE 


48 Acres 

Well located, VIEW acreage, 
situated in the Rooky Point 
District excellent holding. 
Priced at 11.650 per acre, 
('all IRA FREEDMAN of 
HOULTREK. SWEET 
REALTY LIMITED, 388 
5561 or 592-06U 


OI.YMf“c™ r Oj5ts LTD. 

Don Butler Peter Margetu 

las-#*#* anytime 


* MUNN 
t3.M0 

Highland district, lovely terse lot. 
ever Vs acre. Has been parted 
Protection by building 
Further details 


5 ACRES 

CENTRAL SAANICH 

Just beautiful hlflh location. Pertly 

W iered. with trees borderlne to 
ve seclusion. Even a wall and 
shad. 

CAN YOU BELIEVE 
JUST *32,000 

Doris Adams. 3453450 
Byron Price and Associates ltd 


WETS "M” . AMJK.W 'iii 5 *, 

,hjr a.1.11. ell BoT, whyV*. Ht( , 

*- U ' mirrh.U L.I.IU M uillh .ntt.r tm 


SOOKE WATERFRONT 
2 ACRES 

A high view property with ex¬ 
cellent building site 212 teat road 
frontage Priced for immediate 
sale at 113, M0. Call ALEC 
GOWER, **3-2407 


Large 


OAK BAY 

treed lot In area of new 
u. All services In 4* ft front¬ 
age, 111 ft deep Pull price 114,300 
Exclusive listing, call DON 
WHYTE, 1*2 2407 

2327 C • " 


7 Oak Bay Avs 


PRIME 


(lose lo the see In North Saanich 
Bsautllully treed with healthy 
cedar, maple, end fir Hydro and 
watsr Pore beautifully Soma with 
sea view Priced from *4710 lo 
*1100 Contact 

J P BELL 414-42*J 

-DEAU, 4*4-4*29 

- 3-3334 


G PERODEAU. 455452! 
J H, G. BOVEY, 453 233 
PEMBERTON HOLMES L 


1*4 1174 


TO 


FOUR LOTS 


ARDMORE DISTRICT 
Priced at *7 400 to *7.000. *4,700 
and *4,000 These prices ware sat 
In order to sell iha properly 
eutckly Excellent location, small 
ast lot is 73 of ai. acra For 
further Information call 

JOHN F COLWELL 


M4-II24 
Pemberton, Holmes Lid 


BUILDING LOTS 


Apartment site on Admirals Road. 
14.432 so. It ' 

potential. Asl 


Asking price $33,000 

alao 

Duplex toned 47x110 ft. Fernhlll 
Road, Esquimau Ideal location 
tor single family residence or 
duplex Price *10,500 
*'4 0134 TED PARTRIDGE 9*3-3491 

- .... L j n 


PEMBERTON, HOLMES l 


Ml TCMOSIN 

2-3 ACRE I GTS 


homo with see view end mountain 
view, soma with stream frontage. 
City water available Suitable for 
V L A Soebrook Estelos. phone 
304 304*. 


EXCELLENT LOTS 
(0,400, Nr Ardmore, *4 of ac 
*7.*00, Soeke, Wright Ave . 00x20* 
(1,000, Sooke. Maple Ave . 00x244 
*5.900, Sell sprint. *3 of or 
*4,910 Cedar, Nr Nanaimo. 


110x349 
Terms on some 
Really, 303 4111 


McCandless 


OCEAN VIEW LOTS 
North Saanich Approximately ’» 
acre On paved road Heavily 
treed end gently sloping Try 
(a.000 and SI,710 Lawrence Sioti 
of Rex Hughes Agencies, 470-173* 
er Rss 471-1440 


MxlV 


DRIVE BY 

LOT ON GLYN ROAD 
OFF WILKINSON ROAD 
a location Treoe Lot sue 
' only *4,100 


BAYSHORE REALTY LTD 


Tw 


Act now as 1 


a getting scarce 
run price sio.voo each 
305-7771 HAROLD WARE 590 4310 
GARDNER REALTY LTD 
09* FORT ST 


COURSER DRIVE. SIDNEY 
Excellent, level building lot, area 
of good homes, on sewer, water, 
paved roads, terms 


ranged Full price 14.910 Cell F 
BEAVER JONES, or k DICKSON. 
304-1341 Canada Permanent Trust 


2 LOTS IN OAK BAY 
University area Between 3021 and 
3031 Cedar Hill Cross Rd. 

113,900 end (13,400 terms 
Afternoons 477-4444 Eves 5*2 3142 
Builders end Developers 


DUPLEX I GTS 


_ _ Juplex 

choice sites tor revenue property 
For more Information cell 3(4 
*1*3 


I OTS HOLDING PROPERTY 
GRANGE AND ROY *3,000 
EACH RUTH LUKAITIS. 304 4771 
477 5304 J H WHITTOME AND 
<0 LTD 


COL WOOD - SEA VIE W 
l avaly corner building lot. 70x139, 

? l»h beautiful view of Victoria and 
squimalt Harbor *10.000 with 
17100 down Balance 4 mlnths 470 
1773 


*4 ON FLORENCE LAKE 
Rocky shoreline, no thru street. 
37.000 Shirley Wilde ' “ 


_ __ If y Wilde 
Hughe* Ar,ancles, 4/0-1779 or res 
470 445* 


til PROPERTY FOR HALF 


BE SMARI 

Why not buy a lot el Shewnigen 
iuaf steps from the beech build 
e wee cabin and anloy many sum 
mars to coma All could be done 
for approx *9,000 Call lo view the 
lot you'll love II (reasonably 

E ri* e*J I then consider iha merit of 
gilding your own llflle summer 
ref reel LILLIAN HENDY. 
479-1447 J H Whllloma end f.o 
I Id , Royal Oak Branch 


SHAWNIGAN 


-_ o Shewnigen Hills i 

leva e look ef these lovely 1 acre 
loti all nicaly tread — water and 
hydro available Black topped road 
Very near public beech area 
nearby available for your horaes 
Priced reasonably from 13,700 up 
LILLIAN HENDY, 47* <447 
J H Whiltome end Co Lid 
Royal Oak Branch 


room COT,_. pr _ 

end water on, locafad next 
COLDSTREAM Park A few good 
building sites, southwest exposure 
overlooking Finlayson Arm and 
look# HIM, (14,000 

D L MacDONELL 
J44 4942 310-1*1* 

• C LAND 


METCHO&IN DISTRICT 

Itx'JutoEBZSlIft 


* r, r» nxfa 1 


WATiRFfON. 

Call 


REAGE 

743-9*31 


<*’49,000 SO. FT 
Rd . polantlal 
213-0446 


Here Is an axcellant opportunity l_ 
purchase view acreage with cottage 
revenues carrying the costs Sited 
In fhe Albert Heed area within a 
proposed development schema 
Easily financed 

Brian J. Brown 

479-1007 304-12*4 

J H Whllloma end Co. Lid. 
Royal Oak Branch 


ATTENTION 
DEVELOPERS 
a acras - possible 24 lots level 
land In Brantwood Bay Naw 
proposed sewer area. Prime loca¬ 
tion re: schools end shops. 
Asking *71,000 00 
Brian Butler 477-1041, 477-3220 
Block Bros Ltd 


CASH 


For property In the Greeter Victo¬ 
ria araa Including Colwood and 
Matchosin 


FOR HORSESI 

Rolling 10 acras. approximately 4 
acres In pasture, rest wooded 
Lovely country area, yat minutes 
to ferry and town. Priced st 
*29 900, some terms MRS RES 
TAIL or MRS IVINGS, Island Pi 
title Realty. 300-4231 


3*» ACRES-ROYAL OAK 
Exciting parcel of lend with sc 
building site 170' roed 
• PETER TER 
I or Res 479 1100 

_ REALTY LTD 

1102 Cook SI 


> IVUVU HUMUIMM 1 

ETTEMA RE* 


MOUNTAIN AND SEA VIEW 
3 acres of peace and quiet with 
full view of Olympic Mountains 
and Straits. 112.000 Terms 471 
2179 or write P O 
Victoria 


ACREAGE FOR SALE? 

Large or small, with or without 
home building lots, etc Call 
GEORGE THAN, the specialist In 
Land 314 79*1 Mayfair Really 


Ltd 


*4100 FULL PRICE. 3'-a ACRES. 
Luxton Road, city wafer 
" ad Jar 


hydro Good farms available Rubv 
Holden. 479 1470 or 471-4449 Gold 
stream Properties 
PARksVlLLE FRENCH CREEK 
70 acres, good land Cabin, water 
Close to highway Only (70.100 
cash 10* 0445. 452 1435 


HOLDINGS LTD , 3*44)033 


HOLDINGS l 
WANTED: ACREAGE SUITARLE 
for subdividing Don Mann Exca¬ 
vating Ltd . 471-4019 


IIP-IRI-ANI) 

PROPERTIED 


ONK-THIRD ACRE 


PARKRVILLK WAY 


Lovely lot located lust a stone s 
throw from the sea In a secluded 
Knty Kove Retire In Peace 
34.100 


DICK JAMES 385 2481 

Swlnerton. Stewart Clark Ltd 


RETIRE HERE 

Parksvllla. Errington Quiet 


spot 1.03 of an acre 2- 
older modernized bungalow 
cllllles OOM furnace. 


garage, workshop. 


All fa 

_ utility. 

fruits of all 
*4,000 do. 


?yp#r Drilled wail *4,000 down 
McCandless Realty. 303 4111 eves 
314 MS* 


sewer 


and 


MOVERN ONE BEDROOM COT 
lege on view lot Cash. 114.900 
Sulla 404 174 Slmtoe. Victoria, 
mornings 


FAKMM FOR HALF 
ANI> WANTED 


30 MILES FROM VICTORIA. OR 

X ante farm, 20 acres plus 20 acras 
pply Victoria Press, Box 111 


GULP IHLAMIR 
PROPKIITIKR 


SALT SPRING ISLAND 


View Lot, Only S4.700 


ERNIE WATSON al Ganges 
537 2030 or write 

MONTREAL TRUST COMPANY 
I0S7 Fort SI . Victoria 


Malaspina Student* Research Spending Habits 

‘Violently Independents’ Need Study Cash 


BY OWNE 
7 Saevlew lots on 
water 

I -Feirbenk St Departure Bey. 

60x114 Asking (4,500 
7 415 Chestnut St. Nanaimo. 

10x114 Asking *4.100 
Exr allant building or holding pro- 
parties Both trpad Phone 307-0377 
or write 1014 Soulhgele Street, 
Victoria 


lOOKE 

Anxious vendor could make this a 
real good buy for you Aaklng 
(18,900 and ready to accept 


reasonable offer on this lovaly 20 9 
acres situated near Otter Point 
Goll course Terms LILLIAN 


Whlttoma and Co Lid 
~ I Oak Branch 
SALT SPRING ISLAND 
istic Saint Mary Lake 


By LYNNE WALLER 


NANAIMO — Money mai¬ 
lers are the subject of a cur¬ 
rent threeroonth reaoaroh 
project at MalBAplna College 
under the of the Opportunities 
for Youth program. 

The idea tor the research 
came from college registrar 
John Buckingham whose job 
it partly concerned with fi¬ 
nancial aid tor students 

Student co-ordinator it Neil 
MacMillan, currently in Van¬ 
couver Interviewing univer¬ 
sity officials for Information 
on how they handle student 
aid plana. 

Doing research are Pat Hil- 
borne and Pat Wilaon, secre¬ 
tary is Anne Campbell, and 
Ian McLaughlin Is the group's 
author. 

They have about 95,800 to 
work with most of it being 
spent on salaries and a small 
amount for travel expenses. 

The project i« split into two 
parls One is to research stu¬ 
dent spending habits to see if 
they plan financing, how 
much they spend and on 
what, and lo turn nut a book 
let that would serve as a 
guide for young people unused 
to handling money. 

The other part is to see 
where the money for students 
comes from and if there are 
ways to encourage more peo¬ 
ple to donate to bursary funds 
or to will their money for stu¬ 
dent aid 

Buckingham said many stu¬ 
dents face a frustrating dicho¬ 
tomy where on the one hand 
they are "violently indepen¬ 
dent," and on the other hand 
are forced to de|M<nd on some 
source for the money to con¬ 
tinue their education. 

Before the Second World 
War. he said, the students in 
university were mainly those 
whose families could afford it 
with a smaller number wan k¬ 
ing then way through. 

Now, however, higher edu¬ 
cation has been made avail 
able Ut many more people and 
regional colleges are unique 
in offering a chance for up¬ 
ward mobility for many more 
students. 

Buckingham said the slu- 
dents who come from low in 


the vocational training acluxtl 
and the local credit union and 
thli weekend will have free 
access to a computer at the 
University of British Qolum- 
bla where 200 questionnaires 
will be analyzed. 

McLaughlin said that with¬ 
out seeing the computed re¬ 
sults of the questionnaires it 
is difficult to generalize about 
student spending habits. How¬ 
ever he and oUhm* project 


workers have noticed that stu¬ 
dents do not seem to budget 
well. 

"The amount of money 
siient really varies,'' he aaid. 

Some spend as little aa 6300 
and a good average for nut of 
town studenta is 61,700. Other* 
spend 92,000 and more de¬ 
pending on whetiier or not 
they live out of town and it 
they are married. 

They will he producing a 


booklet, based on the ques¬ 
tionnaire results end other 
publications, giving hints to 
students un how to budget 
One of the sidelights of the 
project has been McLaugh¬ 
lin's progran to try and en¬ 
courage local merchants to 
give a 10 per oent discount to 
Malasplna students holding a 


student card. So far IT have 
signed up, he sgld. 

The date wtU also he used to 
convince student end provin¬ 
cial governments that more 
bursary money it needed. 

They are researching 
sources of student aid to sea 
what the reasons are that peo¬ 
ple donate their money tor 


tills purpose. They want to es¬ 
tablish patterns and trends 
and are eapeciaiiy interested 
in wills. 

The group is currently talk¬ 
ing with lawyers to see if a 
form could ha drawn up to 
make it eaaier tor potential 
dononi instead of them having 
to take all the initiative. 


Problems 


‘Chronic ’ 


For Towns 


OOURTKNAY "Instant 
towns have no end of proit- 
lems," Aid. Bill Moore told 
Courtenay city council tills 
week 

Moore made live statement 
when he asked if ttie date for 
submission of resolutions to 
the Union of B.(\ Municipal 
ities had passed. Moore said 
later, probably the resoiutkai 
should come from the region¬ 
al boai (l and no further action 
was taken by the council 

Moore told council that be¬ 
fore instant towns should be 
allowed to spring up. (lie re¬ 
gional Imard should be 


Four Fires 


Saanich (ire department put 
out four gra*s fires within 
four hours of each other 
Thursday afternoon The fires 
were al the end of Shelley, 
below 1432 Alderley. at Conk 
and Maplewood and 4188 
L’arey. 


brought into tha picture. 
Mayors of two Instant towns 
’have chronic problems 
which shouldn't exist," he 
claimed. 

"The problems in Gold 
River, Tabs la and Sayward 
are almost astronomical," he 
said later. 

(Questioned by Aid. Ron 
Field on the nature of toe 
problems, Moore replied; 
"l-and acquisition for various 
functions and taxes " 

it wai agreed that tha mai¬ 
ler, If it is to lie pursued, 
should he al Iha regional 
hoard level. 

A report from Gold River 
has indicated that the town is 
looking into the iiossibilUy of 
reverting to village status 
Municipal clerk Norman 
Paulson outlined the advan¬ 
tages and disadvantages of 
such a change in status and 
tiie matter was roferred to 
the next meeting of Gold 
River council. 



-Lyssa Waller 

Left lo right, C.ttmphell, Hilbornr noil Wilton with McLaughlin 


come families and want to 
continue their education often 
find the lack of funds frustrat¬ 
ing. 

This t* why he and others at 
the college are always con 
earned about where tliey can 
get mine funds for students 
to draw on. 

"We would like to tie in a 
position to help every student 
who needs it," Buckingham 
said 

Hie researchers have been 
given free keypunch lime by 


Potter Plans Forever and a Day 


By EI.IZARE I II DUNN 


SHAWNIGAN LAKE 'Hie year 210(1 will 
see mosi of us under six feet of dirt, hut if 
Dorry Aiken has her way, she will l>e elbow 
deep In clay. 

And If she lx handling that clay the way 
ahe did Thursday no one, herself included, 
will he able to forsee the results 


For Mrs. Aiken Is a f lay aculptor. who has 
so many plans for her work that she says il 
will lake another 200 years "so I just have 
lo live that long or I II never finish all the 
things I want In." 


AMI RM.MTRV 4(1, **U um 1*4 

In the Matin nl MARY TERfckK 
TODD, rtrtlllcalg "t Till* H*543 I xrxl 
In iha mailai •■( Pare*! <• “I 
II,,n Twu I2i, Highland Dl»Uhi 
Piuuf having n»«n filajt in my ->lln it 
of Iha loss “I Mid (•itlfln»l« I HKH*. 
HY give nollr* of tnv Inlenlmn al me 
• xiilialhm "I Iwi. wei’ka (mil. Ihf luxi 
iNililhallun heitiif !<• •»»>'« l» (he ah "'* 
named e Prwlalofial le.lifhaie »f Idle 
in lieu uf aui-h l*>»l rartlncale 
Any |wi»"n having inlmmelhai '»"*» 
lele.rni'e In «u. h 1.41 L'e.lIRcei* '* ,r 
queeietl I.. Mimmuoirala »*'ilh iha unde, 
signed 

Deled line /III. day "I July 1X21 at 
the I-and Reg.sl. y Ofllre. Vlrlnrla. HP 


Shi* has l*en wprking wilh clay (in- 12 
years, since she and a group of odier moth¬ 
ers found their children off at schotil and a 
lot of tune on their hands. 


Of Midi group, ahe is (lie only one w4to still 
|xiis. "I have lieen teaching ceramics for the 
past five years, although I did not originally 
plan on n Hui after I Iwd ta.ugtit my kiln 
other people would want to use II, and I was 
giving them isiinters on how to fire then 
work and it seemed silly not lo start giving 
classes." 


These classes, however, are only a small 
part of Mrv. Aiken's wort*. She works daily at 
the Sirathcona l-odge girls' school; looks 
after husband John and tfieir three children; 
and still find times to (urn out prodigious 
amounts of work. Oil yes, she also is a 
devout digger so far ahe has unesrtoed 
several hundred imttles and old Chinese ar¬ 
tifacts from spots around the lake. 

"I am so fortunate in the fact that my 
husband really entourages my work, when 
something is coming out of the kiln, he is jusi 
as excited as 1 am if he didn’t show Has in¬ 
terest, I don't think 1 would still ha working," 
Mrs Aiken said 

Clay is such a fascinating media to work 
with when you teach it you can give the 
factors, hut you can't verbally rommunirate 
Ihe idea of style. Ilia is up lo die individu¬ 
al," she said 

flay lias !>een an excellent form of ex¬ 
pression for Mrs Aiken "I am down in the 
studio working until the early hours many 
nights, and sometimes I come upstairs and 
have forgotten if il was daylight or night 
when 1 went down. ' 


Although she tiad her work exhibited in 
several commercial outlets, she is not In a 
hurry to get rich in fact, sha thinks that 
would interfere with her work. 


"My ohject is just to continue putting 
back Into my work what 1 need for materials, 
profit doesn't matter. I want someone to like 
my work for what it is, not to adapt my style 
to suit the public interest." 


Her work now covers a wide range 
from ceramic dishes wilh a stark black and 
white coastal Indian motif, to glazed owls 
with a yellow light bulb in their tummy l|>a- 
Ho lights>. A recent interest of hers is work 
of a rough, raw nature. 


"I have never liked much ao-called primi¬ 
tive work liecause It looked artificial, hut this 
Is so earthy and natural that I can hardly 
wait to do more " 

lx.es she have a favorite piece of work or 
style? "No. I don't look hack and dwell on 
my old work, I <»nly keep something if il was 
made for a s|»ecific |Hir|M.se 

"Actually I don t think I have done any¬ 
thing that is really a whiz, that s why I keep 
trying," she Qairi. 


H T KENNEDY. Keg.xl.xi 
Vu in. tx Land Ragialralion Dlatiii-i 


NOTirr. TO I RBPtTOH 
in the matter or the estate or 
MAHY IJIJIAN MRT4HRR. I»* 
f EASED, Ulr of ISM I'uirrH Plata. 
Victoria. Brill alt I olwnbla 
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN lltal 
itmIIIo. a and .Zlwia having claim* 
agdlnxl Iha eclair •>( lh« above na in rd 
dc.eaaad *•• l.e.rbv .equirad lo ernd 
ihem to Ihe undaialgned exeruloi . to 
Svi.ind Elixx Canada l.u»! Building 
| jnr> B.oad Street. Vl. lo. .a Hhllah Co 
I.mill.a lief.ire Ihe Mid day of Auguxi 
1971 a(la. which dale ihe ismm uIo. will 
•Ha., ihulr Ihr Mid aalal* among the 
ImiIici enlllled Iheielo having .ega.d 
only lo Ihe daime of which he Ilian 
l.at ntglce 


DUNCAN AREA 
BY OWNER 

77 at re term with good hwiidinat 
and watar will Mil building* with 
email acreage or raw land 


l ill All AM Mil Al.l. 

FaocuIih 
By hi* Strticilo. • 

MrMi* Hrailman A Lmdnolm. 
Vli’loila. Bf 


RCMP 

‘Good 

Fellows’ 


Bomliers Add 


Amchitka Foex 


Argo Buck Honpital Bid Submitted 


MM M E TO < MHIIIOHH AMI OIHEHS 1 
ANNIE EI IXAHETH I MM EH. 

IIK4 EAHEII 


Wa have lean aikad by tha ownar 
lo tall tha ''Circle K " on SI Mary 
lake To those of you who have 
i amped on (his proparty, no word* 
of mine can do It iuetire, Iha b«au 
lilul park Mtting. 300 feet of lake 
'rootage lacing aouthweil A cottage 
and other building* on 4’/-t acre* 
maker this an ideal aetata, only 
*4' , .ooo with terms 


( REDIIDHS and olhere Itavlnx lUin.e 
*Maliixl ihe relate of Annie Eli/ttbelh 
l.lalet dacraerd. for marly of Vll-jmls. 
B r air iequlred In Mini lull mttin ii 
laima lo Stiaith kti Inloeh 


Company. 1070 Douglas HI reel, Vic 


Ihe 


-j|geinlit/ 1971 afiei which dan 
exlale x aeeele will he died Ihuled, ha 
mg legald only lo claim* lhal have 
been i reelved 

STHAITH. MclNTDSH, A COMPANY 
atilloiltge. 


3 3 Arras on Booth Canal 
This little farm might wall be the 
answer lo rising costs of living 
With chicken house and barn and 
an araa for tha garden, 310 feel nf 
tidal watarfront, older 7 bedroom 
house only *14,500 Call 


NOTICE TO 4 HEIM f OKh ANO OIHEMM 
■stale »t *911.1.1 AM JOHN MOHEHBV. 

IXosmI 

Not tea la hereby given IhaFt redllor* 
and •dher* having claims against ihe 
i-slale of the above-named det eaxrtl who 
died al Las Vegae, Nevada lib A on 
June 38. lURo. are hnehy irquesli-d lo 
Mild Ihem. properly verified by Statutory 
Declaralion. Ui Ihe undersigned al Hfi 
Royal Dual Building. Vldwia. HI’ 
iiefoi* Ihr Slsl day of August JV7I. 


MAYNE ISLAND-041,100 
4-Bdrm with over 3,000 s^ ff of 
modarnlied home plus J wells on a 
l acre landKaped lot In Miner's 
Bay vlliaga Would make excellent 
summer noma or develop for rev¬ 
enue purpoMS 

Brian J. Brown 

479-14*7 74 Hours 

J. H Whiffom# and Co I 
Royal Oak Branch 


• M-ioiar iur .hi/ iw nu,«u*< mi 

xfici which dal* Ihe AdmlnisDalur will J 
■llelrlhulp llie Mid rslalr iimonu Ihe |hii 
iibs enlllled I herein having u-gaid only I 
In Ihe claims nl which ha then has I 
notice. 

Ami all iiaismie indiditvd lo Hie said I 
aslal* are irquired lo pay Ihen md«M 
ednaM lo Mid Admlnlstialor forlhwuii i 
DATED at Victoria. HC. this JWh 
day uf July 1071 

official Adminislralor for Iha' 
Cixinly of Vli'imla 


_..... flnaaf Rfat-. 

j0 Caff 1 CONNIE J^YLeS! 
131 or res *93-1941 Island Pa- 

Realty 


MOX 


7 beautiful wjjta rfi 
on ocean, 


nd specialists'' 741 

mow* 

y» u, «, A .‘,. T 


velerfrent lots, 71* ft 
» J *?ola! prkV*75,OO0* W 

HUM™ 

Fori, 204 3771 
ours, Paler Brown 


'SSSa: 

193 1041. 


NOTICE TO CREDITORS ANO OTHEHM 
stair ef flRCfl. CANNON, Orsweard 

Nigh a la hareby given lhal ciadllnrs 
.nd others having claims against iha 
ratals of Ihe above named dtcaaMd. who 
died al Victoria. BC„ on April J. 1071. 
at a hareby requested to send them, pro¬ 
perly verified by BUtutory Declaralion. 
lo Ihe undersigned at 901 Knyel True! 
Building. Victoria. B.C.. before Ihe list 
day of August. 1071. after which dale 
Ihe Adminislralor with Will annexed will 
distribute Ihe Mid estate am.mg Ibr 
(.allies entitled thereto, having regard 
only lo the cialma of which ha Own has 
notice 

And ell peraona indelged to the laid 
•atafa aie required fo pay fhelr Inr*"^ 
eitnrae lo miiI Administrator with 
annexed forthwith 
DATED al Victoria. 1C . Mile 2Mh 
day of July. 1BTJ 

Official ArtHniruefralor for Ihe 
fixinty of Vtoions 


(’OIRTHNAY I’ulna 

name in fur praiite when a 28- 
yPHi-old Dt imiun island resi¬ 
dent appeared before Judge 
(’unrips Pearce in Provincial 
CouFt here Thursday 

Benjamin Pallon HliNimfield 
pleaded guilty to |H>8t>est>|ou uf 
marijuana and waived analy¬ 
sis of Ihe Hiihblam e seized hy 
RCMP 

Police said they u»ed a war¬ 
rant lo search Ihe man'* 
home on July 24 and they 
found a MUdll quantity of 
whai was believed- lo lie ihe 
drug 

**I hear itnrie* lhal RCMP 
are bad guy*,’ Bloomfield 
told Ihe court 'Bui lhey're 
noi had al all, Ihey'rp prelty 
good fellows," lie said 
Asked liy the' judge if he 
had anything lo gay in regard 
In Huntence he said "I’m 
sorry I'm here I'm a jhhm 
man and can’I |»«y a lot of 
money " lie added lhal lie 
and two others were trying to 
get a truck farm organized. 

Bloomfield was fined S254L 


WINNIPEG (CPI Win¬ 
ning Blue Bombers have re- 
leaaed tight end Iziu Andriift 
and added running-back Kd 
William* for their Monday 
night Western F'iNdhail Con¬ 
ference game against H.C. 
I Jons. 

General manager Karl 
Izmgford announced that 
Andrus, an import in hi* gee 
nnd year, was released to 
make room for Wiiliama, h 
six-foot. 205-|NHind fullback 
ohlaineri last week from 
Toronto. 


The board of l^ady MlnU» Ho«|)it«l, 
(.aiigcx, Iiuh made a (iropoaal for a I.VItod 
extruded rare unit that Ift jiud under the 
9iH08,009 ceiling aet hy Health MinUter Kal|»li 
Isoffmark. 

The original tatimiUf waa about 65,000 
over the oeiling but the hoard, at a meeting 
Wednesday afternoon, eliminated one of the 
alternate* in the contract — a 60,000 road 
fo a parking lot. 


Amchitka 2, ■ Victoria- 

bused g it Hip opposed to th« 
proposed nuclear test on Am¬ 
chitka Island, now postponed, 
announced Thursday it has 
>enl a telegram to toe intavin- 
< Ml premiers attending a con¬ 
ference in Victoria asking 
them to urge President Rich¬ 
ard Nixon to cancel tha blaat 
entirely 


Assault Costs $1,500 


It’s 


KILSHAWS 


DUNCAN Kdwln Milton 
Jodoin, 39, of Duncan recently 
was convicted of a charge itf 
indecent Hxsaull and wa* 
fined tl.5<)0 hy Provincial 


Ingram Adds 
To Laurels 


Court Judge l^nce Heard in 
Duncan 

Invoivfd in die incident, 
which took place al Jodoin's 
regidencs, June Ift, whs an 18- 
year-old girl. w!h» worked for 
him as *T " secrelary. The 
irown was repreaenied l>y 
Duncan lawyer David Wil¬ 
liams and defence cfMingel 


11 Ift Fort Hi. 


AUCTION 


was Mike 
Duncan. 


Coleman aUo of 


Kiigluinl Averts 
Test DixtiHter 


SOUTH MARCH, On! (CPI 
dpi. Donald Ingram of Sidney, 
B.C., won the prone- and aitting- 
poHltlon pistol m«tich in the Ca¬ 
nadian forces smail-arma com¬ 
petition at the Connaught 
Ranges Thursday. 


MANCHESTER, England 
(Reul«rt A utublxrrn 78 hy 
Brian Luckhurst revived Eng¬ 
land after Indian seam igiwler 
Abid All deati’ffyed its early 
halting on Ihe first day of Ihe 
second cricket lesf here 
Thursday- 


('pi. Ingram also was a 
member of the championship 
pistol team. The team members 
were: CpI. Ingram, Cpl. Peter 
Eichelbaun, of Bow Island, 
Alta., Major Don Watkins of Ot¬ 
tawa; Cpl. Al Golem, of Cal¬ 
gary, Alta., and Cpl. Horace 
McQuaig, also of Calgary. 

Ingram won Ihe alow-Mre and 
timed-fire events on Monday. 


Cool-Aid 
Opens Doors 

Cool-Aid is throwing often 
the doors of its newly com¬ 
pleted hostel at 1900 Fern- 
wood Saturday and holding an 
open house for toe public, 
staff worker lziurie Smith 
said Wednesday night 
The Femw<xjd hostel is the 
old Emmanuel Baptist Church 
and renovations were com¬ 
pleted on the building July 29 
Coffee and converitatton will 
he in abundance from noon 
unli.l 4 3ft p m. 


T0NI0HT at IlOO P.M. 

N,w anil nnwrly tifw Clir»- 
Irrlirlil HI,,. llAdrimm Htc». 
Mx|iIa and Cii|)|terlone Dill- 
H,tw, Kuga, Kangri, Itrlrig- 
eratnrx, Waxhen. 


LUNDS 

U‘36 Koft Htrwit 

AUCTION 

Tomorrow, 9:30 s.m. 
VIEW TODAY 
UNTIL S P.M. 

Furnishing*, Ru|* 
Major Appliance* 
Trsetsr snd 
Attachment* 
Garden sad 
Carpenter*' Tsoi* 


Collection of 
BBttsrfllss 
and Bu(* 


11 Chrome Steno and 
Offioe Chair* (a* new) 


TWO 1111 
MINI BIKKI 
"SUZUKI" 10 ec 
(oast 1248) 

“OOUQAR 
MARK IV H 
(oott 1190) 


KlUhawa Auctioneera 
Ltd. 

II), F«rt XI. (Wt-Mtl 


HemalnlRg Bicycles from Ike 
Victoria Police l)ept. 
Over IM liHa 


King Fisherman 


How To 1 


Even the most ex¬ 
perienced angierg lome- 
timei hmve difficulty tell¬ 
ing the difference be¬ 
tween 6 coho and a 
spring (chlnook) salmon. 
Sometimes It seems there 
ta a hybrid-4ype salmon 
which doesnH have all 
the MpoU on the tall 
which dfcrttngulMh a 
spring (chinook), but 
further examination 
often Indicates it .Is a 
chinook and not a coho. 


Those are tha salmon which 
cause difficulties in the King 
Fisherman contest, and that 
Is why contest officials insist 
on positive identification. 

Here are some ways to tell 
the difference between coho 
and Chinooks. 

Tha gums and spots are (lie 
first clues. 

Spring (chinook) salmon 
have black gums and spots on 
both helves of the tell. 

Coho have white gums and 
spots only on tha top half of 
the tail. 

If a salmon has spots on 
hoth halves of the tail it defin¬ 



itely is not a coho, but some¬ 
times a chinook seems to l>a 
missing s|ioU on the lower 
half of the tail. 

If there Is still any douiil, 
clean the fish and count the 
pyloric caeca, which are tha 
long stringy thing* like worms 
attached to the end of the 
stomach. Spring (chinook) 
salmon have 140 to W5 of 
them. Ouho have only 45 to 8ft, 
ao that ia pretty conclusive 
proof of identification. 

in case of diaputu, contest 
officials may insist these 
points have lieen citacked hy 
a competent official, auch as 
a ftaheries officer, or the fiati 
may he disqualified. 

latest King Fisherman en¬ 
tries : 


NPRINti (Chinook) 


esjral Osh Rut Service 

. DonaldSc^warU, 14*2 Vinlng. I I 


Brentwood Ba, [, mlnnc 

looks Harbor Morins 

Gord Lynch, 3)4l Bi 


rslary Island, mlnnuw 


iMonr 14, Set 


T HsrB. &0, iGolds!ream, 13 *. 

Cowlchon lay, 


COIIO 


8fa.uear. 

p. Hormansan, Calgary] 4 4, 
tokon Island, FlasMoTl green 

»«£?■ tlm. „ m W m a 
tmL, ....«, 

mi Island, Krltolod Octoou*. 


H M Doyfc, h R f, R lnB |, inswnlgsn 
Lake. 30.1, Coer I then Bay, ball 
Dun 


30 4. Cowlchsn Bay, Strip Tssssr 
R Flsldsn, 24*0 Hssinsr, Dun 
tan, 10.13, CowTchon Kay, Strip 

*MrV F Hood, 404, Gotdalrasm) 
14. Cowlchsn Bay, harrtne 
Ray Lockhart, R R 1, Cowkhan 
station] 9.11, Cowlchon Bay, her 

N Burchlll, 14* Atklnsi 411, 

ffi’i. o^.„,,,,. 

» I. Cowlchsn Bay, (trip Teaser 
J Lalgaard. RR 2. Duncan] 
17 13. Separation Point, mooching 

ilYJcii ca m sec Marina 
Al Ackerman, R R I, NsnooMi 
I* 14, Northwest »4y, Atrip Ttaxar 
Don Mayan, 910-L Pori Albernh 
7 IS, Mistaken Island, Odoput. 



wills; 9, 54, 

W8BK 


an Island. Krlppi 


_ctoou*. 

4)1 LMhom. 
Ham Point, 


* r ??iSlma Raynola*. 
mo; 1.4, MMtnkanii 


* r Rant , '\oai"1*0 Prlca, Dm 

».*j t Nort^wMt Bav^ Fjafhtali * 


* 2. Laanuatl 


groan 

Lorn* 

Algarnl, 

-uk|. 


iwest Bay, Fiathtali i 
Iman, 34* Salisbury 
oust I Island*, Fla 


land*, 

W6 


*4. 


Maitland, 
ira, 910-3. Fort AN 


fir* r mi . nn 

Island, Krlpolo 

W4, 41 

Northw 
Itofloh 


Andy Thoms*, 411 Latham, 
Albarnlj I. Northwoal Bit 
Thoma* naadlallv 


Jamas _ _ 

Oyster River, 


KIvorT ploahloll 
ifl 4.1, Saratoga 


1)14 Tempi* 

.„ r . _. Quallcum S« 

isdiant Lure. 

Dorms Llndman, R.R 1 . 
_rook] I.L 4. 4, 7, 4, Oyalar 
Tom Madk. » 

Dean Darby, 114 Tampia 

IP*. 

VancouvarT 
FlaahialL 

Martha Boohar, H R 1. Ca 
Rivan 14, BoraisaB loach. 

Lanatt N Barker, 3344 Ingl 
Vancouver] I, Saratoga 

^35^w r TW'K cm.xi 

*Stnnl» Markham, 4110 El 
Burnaby] Ml. Franch Crool 

j nt w ?.r.:!.!'V,.' 

craak. buck tall 
Carol Lewis, 1*70 Brae 


Jack Grover. 
Franch Craak, 

araan 

Ed ‘ 


Tyndei 

achy 


Island, buck tall 
art, lax m. Wow 
-u riftoiai 


F Lavar*. 

4.12, Franch Cl 
Dabbta iyh 
Franch Craak. 

Jim Duffus, 

French Craak, 

E L Sullivan, 4310 Spri< 
5.IS, Franch craak. Strip ii 
Thoma* Rlrhardwn, R.R 
Aibornli 113. Franch 


li Croak. Piai 
yivaatar, 3711 
ak, Fiathtali 
»ua. S3 Km 


719 Set 
II. 

nollw 


A n? m. it, «.„x, 

villi] III, Frondi Craak, I 


flr Jrvco Duftua. S3 
B 10. Frtnch^Craak, mji 

V,'?l Fra 


Kr 


Luckt* 


Ar 


... minnow 

. Corbyn. R R I, 
....„ ...j Franck * 

Mrs E J * 

Mon, SI, Franch 
grtan 
Andy S' 

French Craak, Flashlall gi 
while. 

Wayne Houslon, 0*47 Ii 
Vancouver; 5 4, Franch 
Flashlall araan and while 
P BalL Victor?#i II. 
Craak 

See CraM Ratari, 

John Hogarth, 
onto; 7.4, I* 

G. Campl 


E G Campbell, 403* Ms 
scam; 4 14, ( I. Bowtar, tn 
Robert Peltoner, 4134 E 


leverd, Vancouver] 4, 0.14, 
herring atrip 
Earl Brown, 

Bowser, buckled 
Robert Falconer Junt 
East Boulevard, Vancou 


Color ac 


_icum Beach Bast Ree 

Frank Whymerk, Celg 
4 7, 5 7. Quallcum, Centeni 


.„ Beachcomber 

exarlnaj 1.12, Mliteken island, Ac 
lion Fieehjell jsreen. 

Wirwflaon, SB Overlook, Nan 
elmo] 131, I, Hammond Bay. Strip 

latter 

JenVPaod Bar 

I C Stewart, ION Grieve, Cour 
lenav] 4 3, 1.1, Comov Bar. Bun 
Bomb 

■ ad and Reel Resort 

Muriel Granere, Colorado] 9 4. 
(heller Bay, Lucky Loula 
Clyde J. Granere, Colorado; 7*. 
». 5nailer Bay, Lucky Loula 
Or F £ Doddt, Sylvan Lake. 
Alberta. 5 4, Shallar Bay 
Gllla* Cota, Ottawa. 5. Shelter 
Bey Fiathtali 

Uno LeoUlo, RR No l, Campbell 

Franck (t Sh4 'lti *» v * 

W Jim Klnotley, nr i. Park* 
French Craak, Strip 



yldai 21.1, French eras 
Caetlna minnow. 

bannlt Markham, 4110 Empre**, 
■urnabvj 19 7, Franch craak, 

Brooke; 19. 13. 
14 0, 91, 9, Franch Crate, Stripping 

"VeroT Lewi*. |*79 Brooke; 1(0, 
Franch Crook, minnow. 

Part Albarnf; 0 4, Franch Craak. 

» Taaaer 


th 


Strip Tea**. 

jack Grover, 4094 Tyndall. SS 
Franch Creak, hoochy koochy 

6rLnn Virgin, Box 700, Parksvllla, 
*, Franch Creek, Tom Macj 


7 5, French Craak, Tom Meik 

Deep lay Aula Court and Flihma 
Camp 

S N Humphrey. 1790 Adana; , 
32. Norri* Rock, ball 
Art Lilly. <517 Holland Van 
feuverj 17.1, Chroma liland. min 
new 


mondi 12, Friendly Cove, Flethiali 

"Vaughn Michaud, Box 174, Gold 
R Ivor j I S, Bllgh Island Fleihtail 


(tertiary island, Strip Teaser. 
Gary CornTih, 79*0 Orillia; 4 1. 


Pittsburgh, Califor 


Inter 

vely 

Avail 
any i 


Advertising Off 
For Magazines 


TORONTO (CP) - Advor- 
tliing rovonuo for major C«- 
nadian magazines declined by 
8.0 par cent in tiie firat aeven 
rnunthi of 1971, wjmpared 
with Ute corres|w»Kling (terind 
in 1970. 

Revenue dropped to 
914,226,015 at the end uf Jjiiy 
from 915,278,723 in the corre¬ 
sponding 197ft |>eriod. 


4. 


I 




























































/ 



udy Cash 


IT h»v« thli purpoM. TTny wxnt Pi ««- 
labllih patterns and trends 
• need In and are especially interested 

1 prnvin- In wills. 

tat mare The group la currently talk- 
ided. mg with lawyers to see ll a 
■earchlng toi m could be drawn up to 
Id to sea make It easier lor potential 
that pan- donate instead of them having 
I may lor to take all the Initiative. 



-4.ymw Walter 

anil Wilton with McLaughlin 


id a Day 

though ahe had her work exhibited in 
ai commercial outlets, she is not in a 
to get rich in fact, site thinks that 
i interfere with iter work. 

Ay ohject is just to continue putting 
into my work what l need for materials, 
t doesn't matter. I want someone to like 
pork for what it is, not to adapt my style 
it the public interest." 
er work now covers a wide range 
ceramic dishes with a stark hlack and 
a coastal Indian motif, to glaxeri owls 
a yellow light huih in (hair tummy (pa- 
ightsl. A recent interest of hers is work 
rough, raw nature 

I have never liked much so-called priml- 
work because il looked artificial, hut this 
i eariiiy and nahiral that I can haidly 
to do more " 

mes siie have a favorite piece of work or 
i? "No. I don I look hack and rivtell on 
old work. I only keep something if il was 
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l dial is really a whiz. that's why I keep 
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tted 


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ulrr the 
er Ralph 

it 

mating 
16 of the 
000 road 


Amchitku Foes 

Amciiitka 2, a Victorts- 
liased group opposed to the 
proposed nuclear test on Am- 
chitka Island, now postponed, 
announced Thursday ii has 
sent a telegram to tic iirovin- 
i Mi premiers attending a con¬ 
ference in Victoria asking 
diem to urge President Rich¬ 
ard Nixon to cancel the hisst 
entirely 

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King Fisherman 


How To Tell Them Apart 


Even the most ex¬ 
perienced anglers some¬ 
times have difficulty tell¬ 
ing the difference be¬ 
tween a coho and a 
spring (chlnook) salmon. 
Sometimes it seems there 
Is a hybrid-type salmon 
which doesn't have all 
the spoU on the tall 
which distinguish a 
spring (chlnook), but 
further examination 
often indicates it. Is a 
chlnook and not a coho. 

Those are the salmon which 
cause difficulties In the King 
Fisherman oontost, and that 
ts why contest officials insist 
on positive identification 

Here are some ways to tell 
the difference between coho 
and Chinooks. 

The gums and spots are (he 
first clues. 

Spring (chlnook! salmon 
have black gums and spots on 
both halvas at the tail. 

Ooho have white gums and 
spots only on the top half of 
the tall. 

If « salmon has spots on 
both halvas of the tail it defin- 


H Pis Id 


B ill 
urv 


I untan, 


J«h'i Pssd Bar 

J C Slower!, |0] 


taney; 

Bomb 

■ad as 


Uno Lanisto, RR No I, Campta 

Praack Creak R* J}**' 
w Jim King*Ov. R a i. Par 
villa; ill, French craek, Ill 
ratlins minnow 
Lrtnnlt Markham, ftilo 
Burnaby; 19.7, Francl 


ffcJLtrr An " 
Mlv 


Lamam, Port 
Point, Andy 


Thaima Raynolot. 2IS-I. Nanai¬ 
mo; 1.4, Mistaken Itiand. Fiathlail 

"WnP^Laa, 14S Prlca, Duncan. 
»l, Lasautil Itfandt, Fiathlail 


Ueiy is not a coho but soma- 
times a chlnook seems to he 
missing spots on the lower 
half of the tail. 

If there is still any doubt, 
clean the fish and count the 
pyloric caeca, which are the 
long stringy things like worms 
attached to the end of the 
stomach. Spring (chlnook) 
salmon have 140 to Mb of 
them. Oiho have only 45 to 60, 
so that is pretty conclusive 
proof of identification. 

In case of dis|Hjte, contest 
officials may insist these 
points have i»een cheeked by 
a competent official, such as 
a fisheries officer, or the fish 
may ha disqualified. 

latest King Fisherman en¬ 
tries : 

NPMNti (Chinook) 

■aval Osk Base Service 

Donald Schwsrli, 1443 VInins, S I. 
Br tot wood Say, minnow 
SSgeS Harkar Marina 
Gord Lynch, 3141 Eason; 14. ftec 
ralary Island, minnow 
cawkSas Bay larvka 
i Hoad. 404. Goidairaam, 111. 
Cowlchan lay, barring 
H M Doyia. A N I. Shewnlgen 
Laka; »4, cow|ch 4 k “ 


30 4. Cowlchan Say, Strip Taaaar 
R Flaldtn. 24S0 Haathar, Out 
tan. if 13, Cowlchan Bay. Ilrl 
laatar. 

Mr» F. Hood, «D4, Gotdairaamt 
14. Cowlchan Bay, harrlnc 
Ray Lockhart, RRI, Cowlchan 
Station; f t I, Cowlchan Bay, har 

TLm (urchlll, 144 Atkina; 4 13. 
cowlchan Bay, bail 
Bob Fjatdan, III), Duncan; 113, 
» I. Cowlchan Sav. Strip Taaaar 
J Lalsaard. R.R 3. Duncan, 
IMI. Separation Point, mooching 

liVjchcambar Marina 
AI Ackerman, R R I, Nanooaa; 
14 )4, Northwaal Say. Strip Teaser 
Don Maytra, •11-1, Pori Alberni; 
Ml, Mistaken island, Ociopui. 
srtan and whits. c 
Tod Gunnerud, 

Marina; s.lj. Mlah 
Mon Flaahjali green 
NAMlma tssrtimai 
Clair Wllaon. 37* Ovarlook, Nan 
almo; lit, |, Hammond Bay. Strip 

jar*“ 


-J end Real Reenrt 

Muriel Granara, Colorado; f 4. 
Shallar Say. Lucky Loula 
Clyde J Granara. Colorado, ri¬ 
ft. Shallar Bay, Lucky Loula 
Or F 6 Dodd*, Sylvan Laka. 
Alberta, ft 4, shelter Bay 
Glllaa Cola, Ottawa. 5. Shallar 
Bay Flaihlall 

Ino Lapialo, RR No Ij Campbell 


irk* 
■MIp 

Empress. 


liitMr Mias Trailer Park 

.Sprasa nr-£fc 

air Ip. 

SMALL-MOUTH BASS 


"«? T ^ «.„mqe 


Don Mayer*. »ll 3, Pori AKwrnli 
ft 4. Mlatakan laland. Krlpplad Oc- 

Andy Thomaa, 411 Latham, Port 
AJhsrnl; ft, Norlhwetl Bay, Andy 
Thomaa naodMiah 
Ocaan Vlaw Raaan 

Jamas Darby, 1)14 Tampia; S3, 
Oyaftar Rlvar, Qualicum Spinner, 
SMlisnt Lure. 

Donna Llndman, R.R 1, Black 
Craak^l.3, 4, 4. 1. 4, Oyaiar Rlvar, 


Tom 7.. 

Doan . 
Oyaiar Rl 
Joanna 
s it. tah 
Mra. I 

ragr 

Martha 
Rlvsr; Il 


Tampia. 1.4, 

4 Brookleiflh, 
Flashlsll 
7143 Lnweon. 

•look Bosch, 

,. t, Campbell 

14 Ynglawood. 


minnow 

4BM Tyndall; 4 13, 
[, hooch y koochy 

U David; 4.11, 41, 
, buckle" * 


French Creek, t_ 

David Nalaon. 

SI, French Crae 

Gl 8#nnla Markham, 41 IS Emprai 
Burnaby; M3. French Creak, Pli 

Voter J We mar, 1107 Morgr 
PortAlbernj; 7.3, 4.10, 1.1, Fran 
Creak, bucklall. 

Carol Lewie, isr* “ 

French Create min 
Jack Grower, . 

French Creak, 
srtan 

Ed Froal,__ 

Lasquert laland, bucklall 
F Levers, lax W, Woaa Laka; 
4-13. French Creak. Flaihlall 
Dabble Sylvester, am scale; 4*. 
French Creak, Flaahlall 
Jim Dulfut, S3 Knollwood; 4. 
French Creak, minnow 
E L Sullivan. 4310 Spnngrtdoe. 
|.IS, French Creak. Strip laaaar 
Thomaa Richardion, R.R 2 Purt 
Alberni; 111, French Creak. 

A \0 I °R B iSffvla, 17) Molllsl, Parki 
villa; S II, French Creak, Flaahlall 

^ Jr yea Duffua, S3 Knollwood; 
4 10 . French Creak, minnow. 

Maymla Corbyn, R.R.I, Parka- 
villa, S.t, French creak 
Mra E J Me loan, 1041070 
Moat; IS, French Creak, Flaahlall 

•TSS* Stephen, *14 Aral; 4 7, 
French Craek. bucklall. 

Ruakall Rlckeli. 5115 Agale. 14. 
French Creak, Flaahlall sraan and 
white. 

Wayne Houston, 4S47 Invarnaaa. 
Vancouver; 5 4, French Creak, 
Flaahlall green and white 
P BalL Victoria; S3, French 
Creek 

See Croft Retort, Bewaer 

John Hogarth, ISO Dewllah, 
Toronto. 7.4, Bowaor, bucklall 
E G. CemjJbell aoil Marlha Cra- 
‘ *bucktajl 

4 East 


THIK FINH may brine io 
angler *10,000 Saturday 

totrf ‘ - - - 


i luckv Nam 
Sunday In 


Nanaimo area 
Nanaimo 

dWTrict KiwanU Club salmon derby. Six salmon 
have been tagged and will be released within the 
derby boundaries before derby starts. One of the 
tags will be drawn for aiS,000 If angler eatehei. 
that fish. Other five tagged fish will be worth 1100 
ew.h to lucky sorters. Bob Semple of Nanaimo 
holds tme of tagged salmon.—(Agnes ftlett) 


Gordon Richard*. BBS Royal Oak; 

4 \!fllly*Wy. lin^olfiSsm; At, 
3.13. Lsnsrard Laka. crayfish 
John Gabel, IM7 Mernote. Part 
Alberni; Til, 3.1, Langford Laka, 

*%ark Kean. »S4 Peat; 1.13, 1.11, 
1.7. Glen Lake, crayftfth. 

Gordon Gabel, 1S77 Marpola. 
Part AMwrnl. 1*. I.1B 3 4, il. 
Langford Lake, worm 
Bill Hilton, 1144 Aytom 3, Gian 

L '%KfMiy*'DySr. MSS Sooka; 14. 
Glen Lake, craytluv 

LAKE THOUT 

VWi. M, in. 

1.3, Coyylchan Lake, worm 
Kathleen Lsrcha, »/3S Cartaa; 
13, 11, Cowlchan Lake. warm. 

"twmitr&i, * ,.,. 


SMAIJ^MOUTH BASS 


_. __mput 

•cant; 4.14, S 4, no_ 

Robert Falconer, 41M Etftt Bou¬ 
levard, Vancouver; 4, S 14, Bowmc, 
herring atrip 

Earl brown, Colorado; >4. 
Bow Mr, bucktall 

Robert Falconer Junior, 4IM 
EeU Boulevard, Vancouver; 5.4, 
Bawur, herring atrip 
Qualicum Beech Baal Rental 

Frank Whvmark, Calgary, 7 4, 
4 7, S 7, Qualicum. Centennial lly 


Roy Whymark. Calgary; 7.4, 41, 
Qualicum, Canlennlal fly 
Parry Evana, 1I4B Princess; 14, 
Danman Dock, Deadly Dick. 

ads Trailer Park 

r Watt, MS Baxter; 4.11, 
ileum Bssch, Atrip Taaur 

ffsrtsi: 

Nensimd; ~ 44, ‘ 4.t #i J.4,'*W*ffli 
Buoy, Buu Bomb 

Deep Bay Aula Court and F Whins 

Bud WalW, *M Jsnkins; 7.14, 4.IS. 

tet V 'ja»;"75. 4.4, 
°Kh tSSl' m Lodge; 74. 

^rtSWMoya; ,4. 

Hoi lend, ven- 
couver; 4.13, Norris Rocks, Flesh- 
tall green Md while 
Randy Tkarney, 3443 Napier, 
Vancouver; 41L 44. 4, Norris 
Rocks, Action Flaahtall sraan. 

Jim Burtu, S44 Royal Oak; 44, 

D ^5on * V ‘ 


R Burow. NO Lodge. 4. Deep Bay, 
Strip Taaaar. 

Steven Wllaon, 3470 Alena, 4. 

Htmpt/ilrl i 

‘ ttLw., 

to ta v.. 

couver; 14. Chroma Island, min- 

flaw Murchaaen. 3701 Wale; 1.1, 
Dean Bay, Strip Teeiar 
Guo Mur ctw ee n . 1701 wale; S3, 
Deep Bay, Strip Tataor 

"T t O.]ST , ‘ n ' 

IwfMraiL— ..... 

VaughcT Michaud. Box 174, Gold 
Bfvar; I S, Blloh Island. Flaahlall 


I Marina 

Dunale 

Flaahlall 


TVEE 


Laeefecd Laka ftiace 

Jim HwMm, (lit MilWtraem; 
144, GMd River, Uncle Tom Strip 
Tad BilWy, 4S44 Quadra; 3)4, 
- - ri Sff| ^ 


4 io. 4. 3.14. lahgford Lake. Hoi 

Spot 

Mark Keen, fM Page; 1. Glen 
Lake crayfish 

Rickey LeQuaane. 1914 Leigh; 1, 

iiaxvSjr" 

aZStwIl-s?, 

worm 

idgWv, S3S Forward; L Quan- 

“ ’ll 

wr, M3) Wilkinson; 
mfg, worm 

ir, N2J Wilkinson; I ft, 
t M 

nl; 1.1, 1.3, Quannall Lake. fly. 

RIVEB TROIJT 

(Htnelhead or iUlnlNtw) 
Lane ford Lake litre 

G Petarson. 409-114 Me rule*. 
7 12. 4.7, San Juan River, roe 
Albart 'a Me 
A Ceilfi 


1 Slere 

itlnaki. CaycuM, Honeymoon 

2 4. 1 7, 4 4, 14 4. 99, 14, Nl- 


44, Gold 
herring 


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Bald R 


CiarST; 1 

River, Roe. 




317) Orillia; III, 
1171 Orillia; 7.4, 


__ 171. Gold 

Rlvtr; 14, 74, Gotd Rlvar, Spln-n- 

Sia. 


....... _mpt 

_ French tf_ 

Brooke; 19, 13. 
194, 94, 9, French Creak, klrlpping 
minnow. 

Carol Lewie, 1179 Brooke; it 4. 
French Creak, minnow 

Perry ihallfour, BJ3 Aiderwood 
Perl Albarnl; 9 ft. French Creek, 
Strip TekMc 

Jack Grover, 409ft lyndeil. •• 
French Creek, hoochy koochy 

yieen 

Irian Virgin, Sox 70S, Perkevllle. 
7-5, French Creek. Tom Meek 

Deep ley Aide Court end Firtune 
Camp 

i N Humphrey, 1/90 Adanet. 
12. Norrift Rock, halt 
Art Lilly, »S47 Holland Van 
teuver; 17 1, Chroma Island, min 
new 

Tjl.__, 

mond; 17, Frlandly Cova, Flaahlall 

graan 

Vaughn Michaud, Box 17* Gold 
R.ver, I ft. Sllgh liland Fiathlail 

COHO 

Seek# Harbaur Manna 

F Prymyk, 413, MarlflelU. ft I. 

"KffrcJ,® ... 

look#, hoochy kuochy 

nr W Good, 274 St Andrew, ft 12, 

™“ f 

Y, OPrMeheTdMf iraltlna; 9 io 
Narthweit Say, Jupar Sirlo Taaaar 
Gaorge Caaaldy. R.R I. Park* 
Villa, 9, 5 4, Mlalakan laland. 

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No. J99—113th YEAH 


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tty HKttK I.OWTHKH 

There'll never be an ofHolal warning — In fact, thii 
Is probably the only warning Greater Viotnria will h 
but the people of Victoria, Saanich, Oak Bay and Esq 
should rearize the police work-to-rules campaign cou 
tliis weekend. 

Both sides in the Greater Viotnria police contract > 
Indicated Thursday it could be expected to end quick!) 
four police unions vote at a meeting at 8 p.m. tonight 
Union Centre on (Quadra to accept a "basis of nettle 
uurked out Wednesday. 

What will happen if it does end? 


Train 

Crash 


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BELGRADE (Ri 
Six railway wur 
being held in custo 
day night on sui 
gross negligence aft 
on crash between 
killed 35 people at 
77. 

About 300 peo 
packed into a sign 
senger train on 
home to villages so 
grade from a fair 
train slammed into 
The crash, Yugoels 
big rail disaster till 
cur red near a villa 
trom the capital 
night. 

Police said the di 
freight train and hi 
a traffic cntroller 
shunters from e • 
(lie crasli site w< 
tody. 

The death toll 
given in an nfflcia 
(itent llmrsday 
earlier reports tha 
had died. 

Rail officials sal 
investigating the 
that the freight v 
a red signal. 

luess than a m 
students and th 
were killed when 
train ran into 
freight bain at 
February, at lea* 
died In a fire in 
train stopped in i 
Zenica. 


Market Vote 
Due Oct. 28 


rvrnttun, DOWNTOWN. LQVQHEKD, 
file U MONO VICTORIA 
PRINCE GEORGE 


I .ON DON (Reuter) — The 
( onsurvattve government con- 
finned Thursday that the 
House of < onions debate on 
British entry into tha Europe¬ 
an Common market will open 
Oct. ‘41, ending with n vote 
Oct- M. 


Fact Sets 
Strategy 


LONDON (UP!) - Soviet 
Communist Parly chief Leon¬ 
id Brezhnev and key Warsaw 
Pact leaders met secretly 
with Russian army knd navy 
t iiiels on board a oruiser in 
the Black Sea for Important 
strategy talks, diplomatic 
source* reported Thursday. 

The meeting took place ear¬ 
lier this week - 1'uesday or 
Wednesday - on Ixntrd die 
Soviet cruiser Leningrad. De¬ 
tente Minister Andrei Grech¬ 
ko and the naval comniandar 
m chief. Adm. M. Gorshkov, 
look pari 


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HOUSTON (API — Alfred 
Worden floated m space near¬ 
ly 200,000 miles from earth 
ilairsdey, gliding with a cau¬ 
tious grate to retrieve film 
canisters from the rear of the 
imiiieward-bound Apollo 15 
spacecraft. 

Hie first men In walk In 
deep space said of tha sun, 
stars, moon, Earth and spuco 
around him: 

"This is really the most un- 
believable, remarkable 
thing." 

lie made three trips be¬ 
tween the cabin door and a 
panel of inslromente end 
< amerag, recovering two film 
cassettes 1 containing almost 
two miles of moon-mapping 
pls/to*. His third trip to the 
outside hay was to inspect the 
% 17-million camera equip- 
ment. 

Oewniatee David Scott arid 
.fames Irwin remained in the 


cabin of the » 
Endeavour, also 
to protect than 
vacuum of spec 
bis head and ah 
tha cabin’s hate 
television and | 
at the space wal 
Flight directoi 
said the space 
right by the nun 
"No problems 
did surprise mi 
able to do it 
did." 

The aetronau 
of the day at 
walk speeding 
Earth. Thay 
about one lilt of 
them l»y M as 
satellite left 1 
was working p 
The siutce wi 
•11 three a*U 

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Air-Danglir 
Repairs La 


MOSCOW (RauUr) — Flight anginnr 
Uurla Ronianclumko dangled trom the no., of 
a Sovl.t TIMM airliner for natrly *nd hour, 
carrying out r.|>air. aa It flaw at l haltfit of 
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“*U 

Port Alberni, Duncan 

Telegraph 

Shutdown 

Protested 


Municipal politicians and a union spokesman 
voiced concern Thursday over the planned shutdown 
of telegraph offices in Port Alberai and Duntxw. 


"This is just • further dete- 
nuratiun of service," said D. 
J. Dunlop, Vancouver-based 
Pacific region general chair¬ 
man of file Canadian Tele¬ 
communications Union. The 
iTU is one of two Canadian 
divisions of the iiarent United 
Telegraph Workers in the 
United States. 

He said the CP-CN tele¬ 
graph offices in the two Van- 
tXHiver Island centres would 
close Oct. 15. This would 
mean a job loss for an agent 
and messenger at Port Al- 
herni and an agent at Duncan. 

Dunlop said this is just pari 
of a widespread problem in¬ 
volving layoffs In B.C., Alber¬ 
ta and Eastern Canada - 52 
by his own calculations in 
R.C. alone. 

The pro|**r 90-day layoff no¬ 
tification wus given the Island 
employees, tie *aid, hut many 
uf tlHise on the mainland were 
told their jolts were being 
ended immediate!) because of 
worsening economic condi¬ 
tions and a reduction in tele¬ 
graph traffic. 

While the telegia|*)i service 
is integrated and carries both 
the CP-CN title. Dunlop said 
only t’P is involved in the 
layoffs. 

"Alt of the trouble bus <»< 

• uired ill centres where ( I* 
became the stile carrier he 
said. 

Dunlop claims CP is out n* 
put an end to telegraph sei 
vice altogether. 

Two years ago Victoria lost 
Us night and Sunday service 
(Aistomers were told they 
would be served if tliey tele¬ 
phoned the Vancouver office 
collect in the evenings or on 
holidays 

'Die move brought a wave 
of protest at the time hut the 
cutback remained in effect. 

Duncan and Port Albernl 
residents wanting to send tele¬ 
grams after Oct 15 will have 
to phone die \anamio tele¬ 
graph office collect, • com¬ 
pany s|M>kesmaii said 

Although the layoffs are 
widespread, the twu Island of¬ 
fices are the only ones sche¬ 
duled for closure. Dunlop 
said. 

Duncan telegraph agent 
Cliff llirie sit id Thursday 

I have received no no¬ 


tification that the offioa would 
be closing. I was just told that 
my job would end Oct. 15." 

Acting Duncan Mayor John 
Homer said he looks on the 
closure as a loss to a commu¬ 
nity that haa had telegraph 
service for 60 years. 

"I imagine sending mes¬ 
sages out won’t be as much of 
a problem as getting tele¬ 
grams in from Nanaimo and 
Victoria," he said. 

Alderman Martin Lukaitis 
of Duncan said the company 
had indicated it intended to 
phase out the telegraph ser¬ 
vice some time ago. 

"Tins will remove Duncan 
from instant communications 

we will be une day at least 
further from Victoria and 
Nanaimo. It is a backward 
step as far as the community 
is concerned," ha said. 

T feel tiiat we should do 
our best to stop it," said the 
Duncan Chamber of Com¬ 
merce secretary, Tom Old- 
lield. 

"The collect line to Nanai¬ 
mo and Victoria might ans¬ 
wer the need.but 1 doubt it. 
I hate to see any king-es¬ 
tablished service like tins 


This Is It’ 
Says Beban 

DENVER 'AP» Gary 
Retain, 1967 Heisman Trophy 
winner from UtlaA, has lieen 
placed on waivers by Denver 
Broncos of the National Foot¬ 
ball league, and afterward 
said he is finished with pro 

football. 

"This is It. I'm hanging it 
up tor good, " said Beban na¬ 
ture tiourding a flight to Ijos 
Angeles. He added that he 
now plans to "settle some 
ivjots and work toward a fu¬ 
ture." 

Beban spent f<*ur years try¬ 
ing to make it in pro football, 
but failed to catch <»n with 
either Izjs Angeles Rams or 
ioming to Demei as a free 
agent 


Lolliiinrk Meets Doctors 

He’s Optimistic , 
Won’t Say Why 


K> .IOIIN MATTERS 

Health Minister Ralph l»tf- 
mark said 'lliursday he had a 
fueling of o|rfiniisni after a 
day-long meeting with repre 

sen la lives of doctors and Iws- 
pitals who cahie to Victoria to 
discuss a recent cabinet 
order. 

However the mmnftei 
would rv»t «ay why lie was op¬ 
timistic alter the meeting 
with Dr. W. J. Corbett and 
Dr. Conrad McKenzie of tlie 
BC. Medical Association, Di. 


Bike Week 

Tour 

Scheduled 


An IK-mile bicycle tour 
from University of Victoria to 
Sidney has l«een organized for 
Sunday. 

The sponsor, the Victoria 
W heelers Cycle Club, expect* 
•mndreds of participants in 
the event, which will he part 
of Bike Week organized by 
‘the Youth Commission of Oak 
Bay to publicize the need for 
bicycle paths in Greater Vic¬ 
toria. 

Ihere is no entry tea for ttie 
tour that will start from the 
parking lot near the universi¬ 
ty's Centennial Stadium at 9 
a.m. and proceed to the Sid¬ 
ney museum via Cordova Ray 
and Saanichion. 

Riders who do not wish to 
travel the entire lb-mil* route 
may join tlie tour at Mc.Mor- 
ran's Resort Cordova Bay or 
at Suanirhton 


Adam Waldie of the B.C. Col¬ 
lege of Physicians end Sur¬ 
geons and T C. Marshall, 
president of the B.C. Hospi¬ 
tals’ Association. 

Readied later, in the eve¬ 
ning in Vancouver, Corbett 
would only say. 

"\Se are in tlie midst «#f dis¬ 
cussions and that’s the roily 
comment Uiat i can make at 
this time." 

The group met Lziffmark 
and Donald Cox. deputy min¬ 
ister of hospital insurance, 
and Dr. George Elliott of Van¬ 
couver, assistant deputy min¬ 
ister of liealth services. The 
session started at 9 a.m. and 
ad Mimed at 5 p.m. 

Ihe meeting was quickly 
arranged Wednesday * few 
liours after Prentier Bennett 
announced he had asked Iziff- 
inark and Provincial hecre- 
tary Wesley Black to chair 
rwo separate committees to 
meet wiUi groups protesting 
cabinet orders. 

lliursday's meeting dealt 
with an amendment to a regu 
lation of tlie Hospital Act that 
would give the health minister 
power to allow or disallow 
Hny doctor hospital privi¬ 
leges iioffmark said it was 
meant to coirect a maldis- 
iiil/ution of doctors in B.C. 

The meeting with Black s 
committee - and there lias 
.been no word on when Uiat 
might occur - would deal 
with laboratory licensing and 
utilitttion legations tiiat also 
have (/(fended doctors. 

'Die doctors quickly re- 
tnrned to Vancouver Thurs¬ 
day nigtit arid there were in¬ 
dications that Uiey met during 
the evening to prepare a re- 
|mit for a meeting today of 
WMA’a l/oard of directors 
A similar meeting of the Col¬ 
lege of Physicians and Bur 
geons is planned for Saturday 































































Greater Y ictor ians W ar ned: W atch Out! 


«y HHl 1 1 I.OWTHKB 

There'll never lie an official warning — in fact, this story 
Is probably the only warning Greater Victoria will have • 
hut the people 0 f Victoria, iaanicli, Oak Bay and Esquimau 
should realize the police work-lo-rules campaign could end 
this weekend. 

Both sides in the Greater Victoria police contract dispute 
Indicated Thursday it could be expected to end quickly if the 
four ixdice unions vote et e meeting at 8 p.m. tonight in the 
Union Centre on (Juadra to accept • "basis of settlement’ 
worked out Wednesday. 

What will happen if it does end? 


Train 
Crash 
Kills 35 


For one thing, people who mix drinking and driving 
should understand they're liable to be charged with impaired 
driving, which can cost somewhere around $350 in a fine plu& 
a driving ban plus maybe a lawyer's fee. 

It's true that the guy down the block got e 24-hour road¬ 
side suspension when police stopjied him the otter day. But 
that has bean the point of the work-to-rules thing — while (he 
ontract was unsettled, the crunch of law enforcement has 
contract was unsettled, die crunch of law enforcement has 
Of course, the unions may vote no end so may the munici- 
ipal authorities. But while the terms of settlement were to 
remain secret at least until after tonight's meeting, the 


guessing was that both aides would vote yes - snd work to 
rules would tecome history, for now. 

Tills warning also applies for tlioai who act in such a way 
they could be charged with causing a disturbance by teing 
drunk. Under work to rules, they have simply been allowed to 
sleep it off overnight in jail and then were turned out in the 
morning. This may lie their last such night. 

It does not apply to the criminally-inclined segment of 
tte population. Tte business of issuing warnings instead of 
a i rests did not apply to item before tte wurk-to-rules idea 
started late in May, hasn't since then and won't in tuture. 

Whet atiout that»reduced revenue? The Daily Colonist 
reported July M tfcat revenue to Victoria from Provincial 


Court proceedings initiated hy city police dropped to ebnut 
179,000 in the second quarter this year from around $94,000 in 
the first quarter 

The story also said revenue far the capital region fell to 
$189,000 froth $142,000 and most of the drop in both cases 
came from about mid-May to the end of June. 

That decrease lias continued since as work to rules went 
on, and Victoria city manager Williun Huoson told the fi¬ 
nance committee Friday at city hall that figures could be ex¬ 
pected when the dispute was formally over. 

Aid. Peter Pollen was unhappy about what he estimated 
was a revenue lues of S'JO.OOO a month. 

< ontlnued on Page S 


Market Vote 
Due Oct. 28 

I .ON DON (Renter) — The 
Conservative government con¬ 
firmed Thursday that the 
House of (oiuous debate on 
British entry Into the Europe¬ 
an < omnion market will open 
Oct. -41, ending with n vote 
Oct u. 

Pact Sets 
Strategy 

LONDON fUPI) - Soviet 
Communist Parly chief Leon- 
id Brezhnev and key Warsaw 
Part leaders met secretly 
with Hussion army and navy 
i iiiefa on board a oruiser in 
the Black Sea for important 
strategy talks, diplomatic 
sources reported Thursday. 

Tiis meeting took place ear¬ 
lier this week - Tuesday or 
Wednesday - on board tiis 
Soviet cruiser Leningrad. De¬ 
tente Minister Andrei Grech¬ 
ko and the naval commander 
in chief. Adm. M Gorshkov, 
look pail 


BELGRADE (Reuter) — 
Six railway workers were 
teing held in custody Thurs¬ 
day night on suspicion of 
gross negligtncs after a head- 
on crash between two trains 
killed 35 people and injured 
77. 

About 300 people were 
packed into a six-coach pas¬ 
senger train on their way 
home to villages south of Bel¬ 
grade from a (air when the 
train slammed into a freight. 
Ills crash, Yugoslavia's third 
big rail disaster this year, oc¬ 
curred near a village 18 miles 
from tlie capital Wednesday 
night. 

Police said the driver of the 
freight train and his assistant, 
a traffic cntroller and three 
shunters from a station near 
the crash site were in cus¬ 
tody. 

Tiis deatli toll of 35 was 
given in an official announce¬ 
ment Thursday night after 
earlier reports that at least 40 
had died. 

Rail officials said they were 
Investigating the possibility 
that ttie freight went through 
a red signal. 

tess than a month ago 14 
students and their teacher 
were killed when a passenger 
train ran into a stationary 
freight train at Sarajevo In 
February, at least 34 peraous 
died in a fire in a passenger 
train stopped in a tunnel near 
Zenica. 



* > v Gas for Island 




Pipeline 

Changes 

Possible 


Premier Bennett announced Thursday the pro¬ 
vincial government is prepared to consider changes 
in financing and ownership as well as the pioposed 
route of a new natural gas pipeline to serve Van- 
couver island. 


Way-Out Space Walk 
Marks Flight Home 


HOUSTON (AP| - Alfred 
Worden floated in space near¬ 
ly 2 U0.000 miles from earth 
Thursday, gliding with e cau 
tinut grat e to retrieve film 
canisters from the rear of the 
homeward-bound Apollo 15 

tpdCftcrgft. 

Hie first man to walk in 
deep space said of the sun, 
stars, moon, Earth end space 
around him: 

"This is really the most un- 
tehevablo, remarkable 

tiling.” 

lie made three trips be¬ 
tween (lie cabin door and a 
panel of instruments and 
• ameras, recovering two film 
cassettes « containing almost 
two miles of moon-mapping 
plmtutf. His third trip to the 
outside bay was to inspect the 
117-mtllion earners equip¬ 
ment. 

Oewmates David dcott end 
James Irwin remained in the 


cabin of the command ship 
Endeavour, also wearing suits 
tu protect them against the 
vacuum of space. Irwin stuck 
bis head and shoulders out of 
the cabin's hatch door to aim 
television and photo oameras 
at the space walker. 

Flight director Jerry Griffin 
•eld tiis space walk "went 
right by the numbers.'* 

"No problems at all . . it 
did surprise me that he was 
able to do it as fast as he 
did.” 

The astronauts spent most 
of tiie day Utfr the space 
walk speeding quietly toward 
Earth. They were pleased 
•bout one bit of new passed to 
them by Mission Control, a 
satellite left in moon orbit 
was working perfectly. 

The space walk began after 
all three astronauts vented 

( onlinued om Fife • 


INSIDE 

Release Report 
‘Imaginary’ 

—Page 11 

MiiUlle Hast Cap 
No Narrower 

Names — Page ti 

Troubled College, 
lares Torerlosure 

—Page 10 

II.S, Doctors Told 
Reduce X-Roys 

—Page 11 

Bilingual Cameroon 
Has Problenu, Too 

-Page 32 

How To Puswle Out 
Which Is Which 

—King Fisherman, 
Page 3a 


ti . . , , Bennett , 

i remiers Achieve Guem 
‘Great Progress’ 

By IAN STREET 
legislative Reporter 

Finances and the rising cost of medical care 
continue to dominate discussions at the 12th annual 
meeting of provincial premiers which is being held 
in lhe B.C. legislative chamber. 


Convene 

Premiers of Hig Three prov¬ 
inces enter legislative build 
lugs Tliiirstlu) lor o|»euing of 
IStli annual premiers' confer¬ 
ence. first ever held In Victo¬ 
ria, Premier Bennett, the host. 
Is flunked b> Premier Hubert 
BourassM, left, uf contentious 
Ijudiif and Premier Milllam 
Davis of rich Ontario. Far left 
is Ixwrle Wallace, deputy 
prnvlni'isl secretary.—(Jim 
Ryan.) 



Page 

Bridge 

If 

Comics 

It 

Dross word 

11 

Entertainment 

18, 1? 

Financial News 

1. • 

Car ten Notes 

If 

Naim* la tlie News 

• 

Provincial Court 

«* ? 

kpori 

11, 12, II 

Television 

ti 

lionise 

11 . w 


Air-Dangling Engineer 
Repairs Landing Gear 


MOSCOW (Rsutar) - Flight •nginter 
Boris Romanchsniu dsnglsd from tha noaa or 
a Sovlat TIMM airliner fur nearly and hour, 
Tarrying out repalre aa It flew at a height of 
1.300 feat over Odaaaa, eaye a report In tha 
nowepaper Trod. 

The noaa wheel got itutk whan tha Aero¬ 
flot plana w»e ap|iroarhlng the Black Saa 
resort by night on a regular pan,anger flight 
south from Moscow, tha patter naya 


Homanchanko got permiaaion to repair it 
and daacended through tha open wheel hous¬ 
ing on tha and of a tope tied to passenger 
aaata Juft behind tha cockpit while Ilia plane 
circled over tha town. 

Attar M minutes ha had fixed a troubla- 
sonie bolt in the hydraulic gear, tha wheel 
oiienad properly and the plana made a 
smooth landing, Trud says 


Japanese 

Dumping 

Charged 


OTTAWA l CP i Hearings 
begin itere Monday in what 
oould be the decisive buttle of 
(lie campaign by Canadian 
manufacturers to keep the Ca¬ 
nadian television market. 

Tint national revenue depart¬ 
ment declared last month that 
television sets made in Japan 
and Talwun were being 
dumped <m the Canadian mar¬ 
ket at cut-rate prices, and im¬ 
posed a temporary duty on 
tlie sets 

in next week's hearings, the 
Anti-Dumping Tribunal will 
begin (tearing evidence to de¬ 
termine whether the dumping 
has signMiumlly damaged the 
Canadian electronics Industry 
The tribunal's report will de- 
tormina whether the levenue 
department maintains duties 
fm the foreign products 

Among the Japanese manu¬ 
facturers involved in the case 
are Sony t'orp., Sanyo Elec¬ 
tric Co. Ltd. and Hitachi Ltd. 

Hie hearings could tevp a 
substantial effect not only on 
prices paid by Canadian con¬ 
sumers for television sets, but 
also upon die Ui.OOO persons 
involved in manufacturing 
television sets in Canada. 

Imports of black-and-white 
television sets from Japan 
and Taiwan accounted for al¬ 
most 40 per cent of the Canx- 

(onMnued se Page 1 


Premier Benneh. acting as 
bust anti chairman of llie two- 
day meeting, told reporters 
when II broke up late Thurs¬ 
day tte pro|M»sais contained in 
Finance Minister Edgar Hen¬ 
son's recent budget will be 
l lie subjecL of discussion wlnrt 
tte conference reconvenes at 
10 a.m. today. 

Bennett said Thursday talks 
were "very friendly’’ and |»re- 
dicted a windup news confer¬ 
ence will begin early tills af- 
lernMMi because of "great 
progress" achieved through 
goodwill shown by ail tlie pre¬ 
miers. 

Medicare was tlie major 
topic of debate Thursday af¬ 
ternoon and Bennett said the 
premiers expressed varying 
points of view. He declined to 
elaborate however, saying 
Utey could be questioned al 
tlie windup press conference 
later today. 

The only formal statement 
was released by Premier 
Harry Strom of Alberta. He 
said on Hie question of medi; 
care "the most sensible meth¬ 
od" for handling medical and 
hospital insurance programs 
would te for the federal gov¬ 
ernment to ‘'unconditionally 
transfer federal funds or tax¬ 
ing powers to tte provinces ' 

Bennett, stating B.C.'s |mwi- 
tion to the conference, said 
(his province places "greet 
priority” on the maintenance 
of medicare hospital insur¬ 
ance, and social welfare as 
shared-cosi programs. Bui he 
warped, as he has in the past, 
tiiat |o maintain these reform 
programs "operating costs 
must be kept within the ball¬ 
park.” 

Tlie Strom statement in 
favor of withdrawal of the 
federal government from such 
program appeared to te in 
direct opposition to Benned's 
stand. Howtvsr, the B.C. pre- 
misr would not comment fur¬ 
ther <ni Hie apparent conflict 


Reform Due 
On Elections 


WASHINGTON fUPfi 
Tlie U.8. Senate approved a 
sweeping election Reform Bill 
Thursday tiie first in near¬ 
ly half a century. 

It uould set a ceiling of 10 
cents per voter on tiie amount 
a candidate tor any federal 
office can spend on any kind 
of advertising. The hill would 
require full reporting of cam¬ 
paign contribfuions and ex¬ 
penditures and create a six- 
member. bi)iertisan commit¬ 
tee to oversee the excise 
system. 


Tlie statement from the pre- 
Tuier’s office said six days 
after the July 30 deadline for 
proposals on tiie pl|>eline proj¬ 
ect tiiat supplementary silly- 
missions would be accepted 
up to Sept. 15. 

"It lias nuw been indicat¬ 
ed,” tiie statement said, "tiiat 
lower costs Riay be achieved 
by modifying the financing re¬ 
quirements, and if feasible, 
by changing the route.” 

The changes in tiie basis (or 
submissions including sorai>- 
ping of the original require¬ 
ment that not less tiian one 
half of Hie capital required 
fur tlie construction of the 
pipeline te raised by the sale 
of shares. 

Also removed are the pre¬ 
vious limitations of ownership 
of more than 25 per cent of 
the shares by B.C. Hydro and 
more than U) per c **ht by any 
individual citizen or cori>ora- 
tion. 

All other shareliolder re¬ 
quirements remain tiie same 
including those limiting own¬ 
ership to individual Canadian 
citizens, corporations tiiat are 
or will become industrial or 
commercial consumers »># gas 
from tlie pi|ieltne snd B.C. 
Hydro, with preference being 
given to residents of British 
Giiumhia. 

Tlie statement said Hie use 
of a route oHier than the origi¬ 
nally specified one from Wil¬ 
liams teke via Powell River 
to somewhere about halfway 
up the east coast of Van¬ 
couver Island "appears to de¬ 
pend on the feasibility of lay¬ 
ing and maintaining tlie pipe¬ 
line across Georgia Strait 
from tlie Lower Mainland.” 

“Equally important," It 
added, (it depends) iqion 
whether such an underwater 
crossing will te secure, will 


minimise tte danger of pollu¬ 
tion, and will he conducive to 
good maintenance and conti¬ 
nuity of service." 

Any proposal for • new 
route, the Bennett statement 
said, must include "uncondi¬ 
tional and positive assurance" 
tiiat these requirements will 
tie met. In addition, a per- 
tormance bond must be post¬ 
ed for the full amount of the 
cost of tte underwater cross¬ 
ing end is liable to forfeiture 
for non-performance. 


Romanian 

Tension 

Growing 


VIENNA (UP!) Russia 
built up the pressuro on its 
onetime ally of Romania 
Thursday, creating eastern 
Europe's greatest tension 
since tiie Prague Spring days 
of HIM 

Soviet. Hungarian and Cze¬ 
choslovak troops manoeuvered 
in Hungary, near Romania's 
northwestern border. Diplo¬ 
matic sources said Soviet and 
Bulgarian troops with manoeu¬ 
vre later this month in Bul¬ 
garia, uloiig Romania’s south¬ 
ern border 

Communist parly leaders 
from tlie Warsaw Pact na¬ 
tions met in the Soviet Cri¬ 
mea Monday and promised to 
"light against opportunism 
both Irom tlie right and the 

( onlinued on Page 8 


Communal Flat No Place 
To Raise Pigs or Bees 


MOSCOW (UP!) - |t was ted tnough 

tiiat Vasily, a pig, livad in tha hall of his 
owner's uoiumuna! apartment. When Vasily 
wandered into a neighlior's room und smash¬ 
ed a porcelain tea set. it was tixj much. 

Tlie neighbor killed Vasily with a hunting 
rifle 

Vasily's owner, Sergei Polivanov, took tlie 
neighlxM- to emit fur "vandalism" and d** 
niatided compensation for the dead porker. 

Hie court acquitted the neighbor, say¬ 
ing the slmoting occurred during “a fit of 
(Mission." It scolded Polivanov: "A com¬ 
munal flat is not a placa tor breeding pigs.” 

Pravda, the Communist Party newspaper, 
Thursday told the tale of Vasily in an article 
criticizing Soviet oupimunal flat dwellers 
who keep pigs, bees and rabbits to the an¬ 
noyance uf their neighbors 


"tone for anfmaU is a fine feeling." 
Pravda said. "But people have no less right 
to love und resiiect thun the pig Vgsily who 
Uvefl m Hie hall." 

Pravda said, "a communal flat is not 
a zoo and not a farm for breeding animals. 
Neighbors are not experimental rabbits." 

Pravda said Moscow economist Vladimir 
Evslkoy set up tee htvee on Hie balcony u# 
his sixth floor communal flat and has about 
lUti.QOQ tees. 

' Terrorized citizens are afraid to go on 
their balconies or to open windows," Pravda 
said. "Tha residents often com# to work with 
faces so swollen they are difficult to rec¬ 
ognize. One man wasn’t paid lor weeks, so 
unrecognizable was his appearance.” 

Complaints resulted in Evsikov being fined 
flve rubles ($5.55) several times "b«|t he 
doesn't give up," Pravda said. 


































- -I 


ISLAND NEWS 


* » 


/ . \ '- * ' * . 

©aila Colonist 

(UTABI iHHIlO UH) 


SECOND NEWS SECTION 


VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 6, 1971 


1 «**■ 


CLASSIFIEI 





PAGE 1WENTY4JNE 




Duncan and Port Alberni... 


... Offices Close Oct. 1 


Telegraph Service Cut in Two Cities 


By DON CAMPBELL 

Municipal politicians 
and a nuion spokesman 
voiced concern Thursday 
over a planned shutdown 
of telegraph offices in 
Duncan and Port Al- 
beml. 

"This la juit a further dete¬ 
rioration of service," said D. 
.1. Dunlop, Vanoouver-ltased 
Pacific region general chair¬ 
man of the Canadian Tele¬ 


communications Union. The 
CTV Is one ol two Canadian 
divisions of the pai'ent United 
Telegraph Workers in the 
United States. 

He said the CP-CN tele¬ 
graph offices in the two Van¬ 
couver Island centres would 
close Oct. 15. This would 
mean a job loss for an agent 
and messenger at Fort Al- 
beitM and an agent at Duncan. 

Dunlop said this is just pari 
of a widespread problem in¬ 
volving layoffs in B.C., Alber¬ 
ta and Eastern Canada 59 


by his own calculations in 
B.C. alone. 

The proper 90-day layoff no¬ 
tification was given the Island 
employees, lie said, but many 
of those on the mainland were 
told their Jobs were being 
ended immediately because of 
worsening economic condi¬ 
tions and a reduction in tele¬ 
graph Iraffic. 

While the telegraph service 
is integrated and carries both 
the GP-CN title, Dunlop said 
only CP Js involved in die 
layoffs. 


“All of the trouble has oc¬ 
curred in centres where CP 
became the sole carrier," he 
said. 

Dunlop claims OP is out to 
put an end to telegraph ser¬ 
vice altogether. 

Two years ago Victoria lost 
its night and Sunday service. 
(\istomers were told tliey 
wvMild be served if they tele¬ 
phoned the Vancouver office 
collect in the evenings or on 
hulidaya. 

The move brought a wave 
of protect at the time but the 
cutback remained in effect. 


Duncan and Port Alhemi 
residents wanting to send tele¬ 
grams after Oct. 15 will have 
to phone the Nanaimo tele¬ 
graph office oaHect, a com¬ 
pany spokesman said. 

Although the layoffs are 
widespread, die two Island of¬ 
fices are the only ones sche¬ 
duled for closure, Dunlop 
said. 

Duncan telegraph agent 
Cliff Hine said Thursday 

"I have received no no¬ 
tification that the office would 
be closing. 1 was just told that 
my job would end Oct. 15." 


Acting Duncan Mayor John 
Homer said he looks on the 
closure as a loss to a commu¬ 
nity that has had telegraph 
service for 60 years. 

"I imagine sending mes¬ 
sages out won’t be as much 
a problem as getting tele¬ 
grams in from Nanaimo and 
Victoria," he said. 

Alderman Martin Uikaitis 
of Duncan said the company 
had. Indicated it intended to 
phase out die telegraph ser- 
vice some time ago. 

"This will remove Duncan 


from instant communications 

we will be une day at least 
further from Victoria and 
Nanaimo. It is a backward 
step as far as the community 
is concerned," he said. 

"1 feel that we should do 
our best to stop it," said die 
Duncan Chamber of Com¬ 
merce secretary, Tom Old¬ 
field. 

Tlie collect line to Nanai¬ 
mo and Victoria might ans¬ 
wer the need.liut I doubt it. 
I hate to see any long-es¬ 
tablished service like this 

go " 








RCMP 

‘Good 

Fellows’ 


Lifeboat Saves Fish ... for Supper 


“Captain to crew, man the lifeboats .. . and bring 
your fishing gear." TTiis may have been instructions 
to crew> of Japanese freighter now loading logs for 
United States ports in Cowlchan Bay. Crew mem- 


Problems 

‘Chronic ’ 
For Towns 


COURTENAY - "Instant 
towns have no end of prob¬ 
lems," Aid. BUI Moore told 
Courtenay city council Uiis 

week. 

Much's made tlie statement 
when he asked if the dale Uh 
submission of resolutions to 
die Union of B.C. Municipal- 


Assault 

Costs 

$1,500 


DUNCAN - Edwin Milton 
Jodoin, 39, of Duncan recently 
was convicted of a charge of 
indecent assault and was 
fined $1,500 by Provincial 
Court Judge Lance Heard in 
Duncan. 

Involved in the incident, 
which took place at Jtidoin’s 
residence, June 10, was an 18- 
>ear-old girl, who worked for 
him as a secretary. The 
crown wiib represented by 
Duncan lawyer David Wil¬ 
liams and defence counsel 
was Mike Coleman also of 
Dunuan. 


bprs lowered lifeboat and went fishing Thursday — 
joining many other small craft chasing fish in bay 
waters.— [ Agnes Flet 1 1 


itics had passed. Moore said 
later, probably Die resolution 
fcltould come from the region¬ 
al hoard and no further action 
was taken by Uie council 

Moore told council that be¬ 
fore Instant towns should be 
allowed to spring il|i. the re¬ 
gional hoard slioukl tie 
bn Might into the picture. 
Mayors of two instant towns 
•‘have clinmic pn»hleim> 
which sitouidn'l exist." lie 
claimed. 

"The problems in Gold 
Uiver, Talisis and Saywaid 
are almost astronomical." he 
said later. 

Questioned by Aid. Ron 
Field on the nature of tlie 
problems, Moore replied: 
"l-and acquisition for various 
functions and taxes." 

It was agreed that the mat¬ 
ter, if it is to lie purmed, 
sit* Mild be at the regional 
board level. 

A report from Hold River 
has indicated that the town is 
hulking into the iiossibllity of 
reverting to village hiatus 
Municipal clerk Norman 
Paulson outlined the advan¬ 
tages and disadvantages of 
such a change m status and 
the matter was referred to 
Die next meeting of Gold 
River council. 


Hospital Bid Submitted 

Tlie hoard of Lady Minto Hospital, 
Gunge*,, hue made a proposal for a 15-bed 
extended care unit that lx just under the 
*808,000 ceiling set by Health Minister Ralph 
Lofffmarlt. 

The original estimate wax about $5,000 
over the ceiling hut the board, at a meeting 
Wednesday afternoon, eliminated one of the 
alternate* in the contract — a $0,000 road 
to a parking lot. 


COURTENAY - Put ire 
came In tor praise wtten a 2g- 
year-old Denman Island resi¬ 
dent appeared before Judge 
diaries Pearce In Provincial 
Court here Thursday. 

Benjamin Patton Bloomfield 
pleaded guilty to possession of 
marijuana and waived analy¬ 
sis of the substance seized by 
RCMP. 

Police said they used a war¬ 
rant to search tlie man's 
home on July 34 and they 

found a small quantity of 

what was believed to be Uie 
drug. 

"I hear stones that RCMP 
are bad guys," Bloomfield 
told the court. "But they're 
not had at all, they’re pretty 
good fellow's," he said. 

Asked by the judge if he 
had anything to say in regard 
to sentence tie said: "I’m 

sorry I’m here. I’m a poor 

man and can’t pay a lot of 
money." He added that lie 
and two others were trying to 
get a truck farm organized 

Bloomfield was fined $250 


Left to right, Campbell, llilhorne anil Wilton with McLaughlin 


Malaspina Students Research Spending Habits 

‘Violently Independents’ Need Study Cash 


Hy LYNNE MALI.ER 

NANAIMO Money mat- 
ters are the subject of a cur¬ 
rent three-month research 
project at Malaspina College 
under tlie of the Opportunilies 
tor Youth program. 

Tlie idea for the research 
came from college registrar 
John Buckingham whose job 
is partly concerned with fi¬ 
nancial aid for students 

Student coordinator is Neil 
MacMillan, currently in Van¬ 
couver interviewing univer- 
sity officials for information 
on how they ha mile student 
aid plans. 

Doing research are Pat Hii- 
borne and Pat Wilson, secre¬ 
tary is Anne Campbell, and 
Ian McLaughlin is the group's 
autlsir. 


They have about $5,800 to 
work with most of it being 
spent on salaries and a smaU 
amount for travel expenses. 

The project is split into two 
parts. One is to research stu¬ 
dent spending habits to see if 
they plan financing, how 
much tliey spend and on 
what, and to turn out a book¬ 
let Uiat would serve as a 
guide for young people unused 
to handling money. 

Tlie other pert is to see 
where the money for students 
comes from and If there are 
ways to encourage more peo¬ 
ple to donate to tHirsary funds 
or to will their money for stu¬ 
dent aid. 

Buckingham said many stu¬ 
dents face a frustrating dicho¬ 
tomy where on die one Itand 


they are "violently indepen¬ 
dent," and on die other hand 
are forced to depend <xi Mime 
s«Mirce tor the money to con¬ 
tinue their education. 

Before the Second World 
War, he said, die students in 
university were mainly Umse 
whose families could afford it 
with a smaller number work¬ 
ing their way tiirough. 

Now, however, higher eriu 
cation has been made avail¬ 
able to many mure people and 
regional colleges are unique 
in offering a chance for up¬ 
ward mobility tor many more 
students 

BuokUigtiam said die stu¬ 
dents who come from low in¬ 
come families and want to 
continue their education often 


find the lack of funds frustrat¬ 
ing. 

This is why lie and others at 
the ci,liege are always con¬ 
cerned abiMit where tiiey can 
get more funds fir students 
to draw *n. 

"We wiMild like to lie in a 
position to help every student 
who needs it," Buckingiiam 
said. 

The researchers have been 
given tree keypunch lime by 
the vocational training school 
and (lie local credit union und 
diis weekend will have free 
access to a computer at die 
University of British Colum¬ 
bia where 200 questionnaires 
will lie analyzed. 

Mcl^ughlin said that with 
tiut seeing the oomjHiled re¬ 
sults of the questionnaires it 


is difficult lo generalize aliout 
undent spending habits. How¬ 
ever he and other project 
workers have noticed that stu¬ 
dents do not seem to Inaiget 
well 

"The amount of money 
sjient really varies." lie said. 

Some s|*end us little as 8300 
and a g«N,d average tor out ol 
town students is $1,700. Others 
spend $2 .000 and more de- 
ftending on wlieUier or not 
they live out of town and if 
they are married 
Tliey will lie producing a 
btioklet, based on die ques¬ 
tionnaire results amt odiei 
publications, giving hints to 
students on how to budget 
One of die sidelights of die 
project lias l»een Mclsiugh- 
lin’s progian to try and en¬ 


courage local merchants to 
give a 10 per cent dlsciMint to 
Malaspina students holding a 
student card. So far 17 have 
signed iip, lie said. 

The data will also lie used to 
convince student and pixivin- 
cial governments that more 
iMiisary money is needed. 

T hey ” are researching 
sources of student aid to see 
what die reasons are Dial peo¬ 
ple donate their money for 
this piir[N«p. Tliey want to es¬ 
tablish patterns ami trends 
and are especially interested 
in wills. 

(lie group ia currently talk¬ 
ing with lawyers to see it a 
form could lie drawn up to 
make It easier for potential 
donors instead of them having 
to take all die initiative 



Worry Aiken omongit her work 


Potter Plans Forever and a Day 


By ELIZABETH DUNN 

SHAW NT GAN LAKE - The year 2100 wilJ 
see most of us under six feet of dirt, hut if 
Dorry Aiken has her way, she will lie ellmw 
deep in clay. 

r 

And if the is handling that clay the way 
she did Thursday no one, herself included, 
will lie able to forsee the results. 

For Mrs. Aiken is a clay sculptor, who has 
so many plans for her work that she says it 
will take another 200 years — "so I just have 
to live that long or I'll never finish all Uie 
tilings I want to." 

Slie has been working with clay far 12 
years, since she and a group of other moth¬ 
ers found their children off at school and a 
lot of time on their hands. 

Of that group, she is the only one who still 
pots. "I have been teaching ceramics for the 
l>ast five years, although I did not originally 
plan on it. Hut after I bad liought my kiln 
other people would want to use it, and I was 
giving them pointers on how to fire their 
work and it seemed sUly not to start giving 
classes." 


These classes, however, are only a small 
l>art of Mrs. Aiken's wnii. She works daily at 
the Strathcona Lodge girls’ school; looks 
after husband John and llieir three children, 
and still find times to turn out prodigious 
amounts of work. Oh yes, she also Is a 
devout digger so far she has unearthed 
several hundred bottles and old Chinese ar¬ 
tifacts from spots around Uie lake. 

'T am so fortunate in the fact that my 
husband really encourages my work, when 
s aiiething is coming out of tlie kiln, he is just 
as excited as I am. If lie didn’t show tills In¬ 
terest, I don’t think I would still he working, 
Mi's. Aiken said. 

"Clay is such a fascinating media to work 
with — when you teach It y«Mi can give the 
factors, but you can’t verbally communicate 
tiie idea of style, dial's up to Uie individu¬ 
al," slie said. 

Clay has lieen an exoellent form of ex¬ 
pression for Mrs. Aiken. "I am down in Uie 
studio working until the early hours many 
nights, and someUmes I come upstairs and 
have forgotten if it was daylight or night 
when I went down " 


Although slie had tier work exhibited in 
several commercial tMitlets, she is not in a 
hurry to got rich to (hot, sht thinks that 
would interfere with her work. 

"My object is just to continue putting 
back into my work what 1 need for materials, 
profit doesn't matter. I want someone to like 
my work tor what it is, not tq adapt my style 
to suit the public interest.'’ 

Her work now covers a wide range - 
from ceramic dishes with a stark black and 
white coastal Indian motif, to glazed owls 
with a yellow light hull) in their lummy (pa- 
tip lights). A recent Interest of hers is work 
of a rough, raw nature. 

"I have never liked much so-called primi¬ 
tive work because It looked artificial, hut this 
is so earthy and natural Uiat 1 can hardly 
wait to do more." 

Does slie have a favorite piece of work or 
style? "No, I don't look back and dwell on 
my old work, I only keep something If it was 
made fur a s|iecifia purpose. 

"Actually I don't think I have done any¬ 
thing tiiat is really a whiz, that's why i keep 
trying," she said. 


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PAGE TWENTY*UNE 


Offices Close Oct 1 


Cities 


from mutant communications 
- we will be one day at lean 
further from Victoria and 
Nanaimo. It is a backward 
atep a* far a* tin* community 
ii concerned," he said. 

"1 feel that we should do 
our best to atop It," said the 
Duncan Chamber of Com¬ 
merce secretary, Tom Old¬ 
field. 

“The collect line to Nanai¬ 
mo and Vicluria might aits- 
wer the need,hut T doubt it. 
I hate to nee any long-es¬ 
tablished service like tlua 
go" 




John 

the 

immu- 

graph 


ikaittH 
m puny 
dud to 
uer 



Lynna Walter 

true anil WUhihi with Mvl.imilhlln 


fits 


Study Cash 


> geiicralue alioiit 
iding hahitk. How- 
mi other project 
a noticed tliHt ain¬ 
't Heel 11 to budget 

UHint of money 

varies." be uaid. 
id hh little ab 8300 
average for out o| 
lb lb 11,700. Others 
0 and more tie- 

whether or not 
it of town and if 
imed 

lie producing a 
bed on Hie ques- 
ebulis and oUtet 
, giving bints to 
how b> budget 
e sidelights of the 
i been Mrlaugh- 
iii to try and en- 


coinage local nierchuuts to 
give a 10 per cent dlbcouut to 
Mrda&iuiia students holding a 
student card. So far 17 have 
signed itp, he said. 

The data will also lie used to 
convince student and provin¬ 
cial governments that more 
Uiisary money is needed. 

T hey are iweeu idling 
sources of bludent aid to see 
vvhal tlie roasonb are that peo¬ 
ple donate their money for 
this purpose. They want to es¬ 
tablish patterns ami trends 
and are especially interested 
in wills 

'Ihe group i* currently talk¬ 
ing with lawyers to see il a 
form could lie drawn up to 
make It easier for |*>tentiul 
donors Instead of them having 
to take all the initiative 


ind a Day 

Although she fiad her work exhibited In 
several commercial outlets, she is not in a 
htuvy lo get rich in fact, she thinks thut 
would Interfere with her work. 

"My object is Just lo onntinue putting 
hack into my work what l need for materials, 
profit doesn't matter, 1 want someone to like 
my work for what it ife, not tq adapt my styla 
to suit the public Interest." 

Her work now covers a wide range — 
from ceramic dishes with a stark black and 
white coastHl Indian motif, to glased owls 
with a yellow light hulh in their tummy (pa¬ 
tio lights I. A recent Interest of hers is work 
of a rough, raw nature. 

"I have never liked much so-called primi¬ 
tive work because It looked artificial, but this 
is so eurUty and natural that I can hardly 
wait to do more." 

Does she have a favorite piece of work or 
style? "No, I don't look hack and dwell on 
my old work, I only keep something If it was 
made for a specific |mi|x>se. 

"Actually I don’t think I have done any¬ 
thing that is really a whiz, that's why 1 keep 
trying," she said. 


VLti «f 




BnUg duUntis!. 

IDT* POM SALE 


w 


-jclualon, 
i tester malm. 

* 4 - 77*1 


Victoria, 1C, Friday, August 4, 1971 

*14 PROPERTY WANTED 

MUm ~ 


r svteh Rd. Ctesrad 

wm t 

NORTH IAANICH 

Yi' nnjad M&ftV tresm'rue 

^k AN Lska arts. Over 14 acres 

?“r&u5?' riTO, *81 Vos 

mM'}?™ **■ 

(JORDON HEAD 
8EAWOOD TERRACE 

i&wvbk/pavBd 

5 EXCLUSIVE LOTS 
LEFT 

Lots l. in, il. it. it 

Uavtew 

•qflBr 

DRIVE OUT AND SEE 
OLYMMcTTfifi®* l.Tt>. 

“im, Jter 


Highland district, lovely terse lot, 
over acre. Hat bean parted 

gg£*«!K «a?m Jfn: 

SOOKC WATERFRONT 
3 ACRES 

A high view property with as- 
cal lent buildlna tile 2S2 feet rood 

jnSR 


■iwr 

Lor«o trood° A ot tf.V. - now 


WHYT 
OAK BAY 


___ ... ISMtiC 

Beautifully tread with healthy 
• tdar, maple, and fir Hydro ond 
water Fare baeutltully Soma with 
see view Priced from St7SO to 
*4500 Contact 

FdWifcfta^®' 


Frlci 


r a 

quickly 


POUR LOTI 

fWm to l8 »a,ooo, T * 


U.4UU io smnm, 14,700 
ThoM prices wore Ml 
lo soil the property 
Excellent location, small 
ear 101 it 72 of on acre For 
further Ig^m^tlon coll 


Pemberton, 


lallon ci 

Dfi 

oteHoIr 


OLWELL 

*1 

mat Lid 


BUILDING 1/TT8 

Apartment site on Admirals Road, 
is.432 tq. ft with Ihhjm Excallent 
potential. Atkins price 131,000 
Ms 

Ouplei toned 47*1 lo ft. Fernhlll 
Rood. Esquimau Ideal location 
for tingle family residence er 
duplex Price HO.Sto. 

*4-1124 TED PARTRIDGE 5*2 1451 
PEMBERTON, HOI MES LTD 

MFTCHOSIN 
2-3 ACRE liOTS 

Some with sea view end mountain 
view, tome with stream frontaoe 
ClTy water •valtebte Suitable for 
Seabrook Estates. phene 

EXCELLENT LOTS 
tl.400. Nr Ardmore, 14 of sc 
*7.000, Soofca, Wright Ave..10x10*. 
11,400, Sooka, Maple Ave., 00x244. 
11.900, Sail Spring, .92 of ec. 

14,910, Cedar, Nr Nanelme, 
110x241 

Terms e n tome McCandlesv 
Realty, **-4111 


OCEAN VIEW LOTS 
North Saanich Approximately *h 
acre. On peved rood Heavily 

isao 2a 

or Res 474-fsJo 4,1 '*** 

DRIVE BY 

LOT ON GLYN ROAD 
OFF WILKINSON ROAD 
vary nice location Trees. Lot tile 
10*124. Full price only 14,400 
TED ORAyfS - *0-4424 
BAYSHORE REALTY l TO 

GORDON HEAD 

two fully serviced sewered lolt. 
— a loiIsarejjettIns scarce 

iLO WARE 191-4)* 
-Y LTD 


-fffl 


Mf'.P 


e ■iinaMi i«vvi mummy iui, aion 

of good homes, on Mwer. wafer, 
Paved roads, terms can be er 
renoed Full price S4.9I0 Call F 
HEAVER JONES, or k DICKSON, 
*4-1341 Canada Permanent Trust 


2 LOTS IN OAK BAY 
university area Between 2025 end 
203S Cedar Hill CroM Rd. 

112.900 »Qd 112,400 terms 


... corner L_,._ 
with beautiful view of Victorl 
Esoulmalt Harbor SI0.000 
*2500 down Balance 4 mlntht 


to- ON FLORENCE LAKE 
Rocky shoreline, no thru ttrool, 
17.000 Shlrlav Wilde of Re* 
Hughes A gqnejga, 471-1724 or ret 


lav Wilde 

".‘Jt-V.M * 1,1 






BM 

b 

overL 
Sooko 

*4-4402 ~ 


> OR 




111 PROPERTY FOR RAI.K 

BE SMART 

Why not buy a lot at Shewnlgen 
lust stops Irom the beech — bulla 
e wee cobin ond eniov many sum¬ 
mers to come All could be done 
lor approx 14,000 citlto view lha 
lot - you'll love It (raosonpbty 
priced| then coneldor the merit of 

Wrr.ir am. 

4 74-1447 J H Whlttomo end Co 
Ltd , Royal Oak Branch. 

HHAWNIGAN 

Drive out to Ahawnlgan Hills ond 
have a look at th#M lovely 1-scro 
lots all nicely treoo — tester end 

hydro available. Black topped roed 
- vary near public bsacn — ores 


Royal 

40 ACRES, WOODED LAND. 4 
COTTAGE, 114,000 Hydro 

" B' .ftp*? 

in Fork. a few good 


SOOKE 

Anxious vendor could make this a 
Buy Mr you. Atkins 
- ' ‘**srlwv 


WATER 

Cell "Ism 


8NP 


343-0441 


I* _ - 

aa,jr° 


ISWI44 

CASH FOR BUILDING LOTS ON 


Ut ACREAGE FOR SALS) 
AND WANTED 

x x * *x x x x x 

X HOULTBEF X 
X SWEET X 
X Realty X 
X Ltd. X 
X X 
X 

Yorkshire Trust Affiliate 
T37 Fort 388-5561 

46 Acres 

Wall located, VIEW acreage, 
situated in the Rocky B-int 
District escellent holuing. 
Priced at 11,650 per acre. 
Call IRA FREEDMAN of 
BOULTBEE, SWEET 
REALTY LIMITED, 388 
5561 or 582-0511 

5 ACRES ~ 

CENTRAL SAANICH 

£Wrar.iwm5rt| 

have aocluaion. Evan s wall and 
CAN YOU BEUEVE 
JUST 122,Q00 

Byron Tfc*trJ83K. u, 


iNMSjHUJiB- 

t It an excoliont opporlun 
base view acreage with c 


lunlfv to 


Hsrs L ._ 

purchOM view acreage with cottage 
revenue* carrying tha costs Sitad 
In thoAlbart Heed area within a 
proposed development schema. 
Easily financed 

Brian J. Brown 

474-1447 *4-12*4 

JH .sact LM 

ATTENTION 

DEVELOPERS 

I acres - possible 24 lots level 
lend in Brentwsad B 
proposed sewer area, 
lion ro: schools ant ... 

Asking 171,000.10 
Brian Butler 477-1141, 477 
Block Bros Ltd. 


CASH 

For property In the Greater Victo¬ 
ria area including Colwood and 
Metchosln 


a ,X! 


KASAPI CO 


RUCTION 


mxttf, 

Roiling 10 acres, approximate!; 
acres in pasture, r 
lovely country area, 

“ terry ond town. 


Imafely t 
yet mlnulei 

Ms 


cifIc Realty. 104-4231 

l 1 j ACRES-ROYAL OAK 
Exciting parcel of tend with m 

"TjHgB.WLW.'* 


EALTY I 
ook SI 

..NO SEA 

ol peace and ouiet with 

» , V» C T±’ , t 

write P O Box 174, 


rat 

full vley _ 
and Straits. 

2174 or 
Victoria 

ACREAGE FOR SALE? 

Lorso or small, with or without 
home building lots, etc Coll 
GEORGE CHAN, (ho specialist Irt 
land 384-24S5 Mayfair Realty 
Ltd. _ 

14400 FULL PRICE,'|Vb ACRES. 
Luxton Rood, city wafer and 

8.t V 

stream Proportlot 
PARKSVILLE FRENCH CREEK 

WANTED: ACREAGE SUITABLE 
for subdividing. Don Mann Exca¬ 
vating Lid . 474-4414. 

MB IPIMI.ANI> 

PROPERTIES 

ONK-THIRD ACWE 
PARKSVILI .K WAY 


Lovely lot located lust a stone s 
Ihrow from the too in a secluded 

Koi^j * <#v * ~ ,n * ,,ci 


DICK JAMES 385-2481 

Swinorton. Stewart ClorK Ltd 


RETIRE HERE 


spot 143 of an acre 2 •Badrm 

?fe. mod ssr sssar- zi:. 

garage, workshop, trulls oh all 
types Drilled wall 14,000 down 
McCandlats Really. **-4tt1. eves 
*4 S45S 


and 


lernoons 477-4444’^yot _ 

_Builders and Dev elopers 

DUPLEX LOTS 

Ws have duplex lots for tala 
(holce sites tor revenue property 
For more Information call *4 
41*1 


LOTS HOLDING PROPER! V 
GRANGE AND ROY SIMM 
EACH RUTH LUKAITIS. 344-4271 2WI 

477 5304 J H WHITTOME AND 
CO LTD 


iflF 


sewer 

rturo Boy, 
Nanaimo, 
ire- 


2 Saavlew 
water 

r ~r ng h R 

or write 10)4 Southgate S>ra«', 
Victoria 

MOVERN ONE BEDROOM COT 
tage on view lot Cash, 1U.400 
Suite 404-S7S Slmcoe, Victoria, 
mornings 


EAR MB FOR SALK 
AND WANTED 

DUNCAN AREA 
BY OWNER 

77 a< re term wllh good bulldln, 


small i 
744-14* 


wllh good I- 

I sell buildings « 
re w 



..... _ d born and 
i garden. *10 tool ot 
It, oldar 2-bedroom 
*0 tali 


10 MILES FROM VICTORIA, OR 
ganlc farm, * acres plus 20 acres 
Appry Victoria Press, Box 155 

|»a GULP ISLANDS 
PROPEKTIRS 
SALT SPRING ISLAND 

Wa have bean asked by the owner 
to sail the "tlrcla K." on SI Mary 
Lake To those ot you who hove 
ramped on this property, no words 
of mint can do It iutllca, tha beau¬ 
tiful park setting, 300 teat of lake 
frontage facing southwest. A cottage 
and other buildings on 4>/> acres 
makes this an Ideal estate, only 
Si'LOOO with terms 

View Lot, Only S4.700 

3 3 Acras on Booth Conai 
This finite term might wall bo the 
answer to rising costs ol living 
Wllh chicken hoi '* " ‘ " 

on oraa for the t- 
tidal waterfront, 
house only lU.ir 

ERNIE WATSON at Ganges 

MO N T R Kl^fk US^ioMP A N Y 
1017 Fort If. Victoria 
MAYNE ISLAND—$41,100 
4-Bdrm with ovor 1,000 sq. ft of 
modernized homo plus ] walls on a 

iK'ti.^cLSW.sata 

summer home or dovolop for rov- 
anuo purposes 

Brian J, Brown 

474 )407 24 Hours 

J!h Whlttomo and Co. Ltd 
Royal Gok Branch 
SPRING ISLAND 
" 'if* wa- 

3 acres 
ch Ateny 


$41,365 
Shared 
By 216 


Univ«riityof VictoriR 
anounced RWarda and soholar- 
ihlps Wedneaday to 216 under- 
graduates, who have complet¬ 
ed at least one year of stu¬ 
dies, totalling *41,365. Names 
of students sharing a further 
$7,000 will he announced when 
they start studies this fall. 

Two students shared top 
honors with A-plus averages 
in five courses during tha 
1970-71 session. They are Ter¬ 
rance Slater, 2648 Selwyn, and 
Steven Gergel, 8082 Arlington, 
Duncan. 

Slater, who has completed 
third-year arts and sciences 
wins the J. Alan Baker Me¬ 
morial Scholarship worth $500. 

Gergel, who has completed 
second-year arts and 
sciences, wins the Aluminum 
Co. of Canada scholarship 
worth $500 and the Francis 
Jewellers gold wrist watch. 

Top woman student was 
Kathleen Stringer of Lady¬ 
smith who was awarded the 
B C. 1958 Centennial Scholar¬ 
ship. She headed the first- 
year arts and sciences olass. 
The scholarship valued at $500 
Is awarded for "scholastic 
achievement and effective 
participation In campus activ¬ 
ities." 

Miss Stringer a'so won the 
Blrks gold watch for "a 
valuable contribution to stu¬ 
dent life." 

In the education faculty, 
students heading classes 
were; fourth year, Phyllis 
Shtpton, 4110 Elwood; third 
year, Mary Cains, 1880 San 
Luis Place; second year. 
Michael Fait, 10)3 Oakland; 
first year, Donna Stelmock, 
2030 Pine, Prince George. 

Top students In the tine arts 
faculty were: fourth year, 
Barbara Wade, 1510 Jubilee; 
third year, Christopher 
Doman, 1324 Dunsterville. 
Second year. Mary Jackson, 
Udyamith; first year, Susan 
Collins, 2394 Abbott. Kelowna. 


Fall Injures 
Workman 

A Langford man, James Os- 
iMHjfne, 47, of 995 Dunford 
was treated for shoulder Inju¬ 
ries at Royal Jubilee Hospital 
and released Wednesday after 
tie fell about 10 feel to the 
ground from a scaffold while 
working on an apartment 
block at 2251 t'adboro Bay, 
Oak Bay 

i.amii aauiaTBY art, i" 

In Ilia Maltei of MABY TBRKSS 

rono. rartiffcqte <jf 

in Uia nistter of Parctl O. of »«c 
lion Two 42i. Hlghtend DIN net 
Pi oof having baan ftlaC In R»y JjJRjjS 
of Ilia lots of Mid Cartlfteala, I HBRfcr 
BY give notli a of my Intention al tha 
alteration of t*" ,l . um . * h * J'J. 

panliralkm ht.aof to teMta to tha abnv#. 
namari a ProviatonalI Cjrtitlrala of riUa 
in llau of aurh loal Cailiftcala 

Any pwaon having intomaimn with 
rafartnea In »u<h loal CarUBrala la ir 
quaatad to oobUOIMlcale wllh tha undai 
Ngnad 

DaiiKt thla JTIh day of July. )■»*• •* 
lha Land Raglaby Offlca. Victoria, BC 
H T KENNEDY. RegiMiai, 
vtc tarta Lan.l Bagtat rstion Ptitrtct 

Mil I' ► TO CBB1HTOBB 
IN THK M AIT ER OP THB SMTATE OF 
MARY U144AM riJTONER, OK 
i FAKED, lata al IIM PartaH Plaea, 
i KHti*h CabaUl. 

NOTICE 18 HEREBY CJIVBN that 
cradltora and othara having claim} 
agairut tha aatetr ..I tha abova-namad 
dacaaaad ara haraby raqulrad to $md 

lham to tha undai aignad exacutor. c/a 
Saound Houi. Canada Tiuxt Building 
t'JOB Broad Straat. Vlclorla. Biitlah Co¬ 
lumbia. before lha Slat day of August. 
1471. atiei which dab lha executor will 
■llali Untie lha Mid estate among tha 
pailles entitled therein, having legard 
■inly In Ihe claims of which ha than 
has notice 

GRAHAM Mct Al.L. 

BggGUfaM 
By hla Bill) lloi a 
klaaaia Paatlman A l.indholm, 
Vic toria, b r 

NOTH B TO f REUITOHS AND OIHS.HS 
ANNIB Rf.lBABETH I.MTBR. 
IIMIMIUI 

I REUITORB and othata having claima 
a go inal lha ealata of Annla EUxabath 
l lain deceased, formerly of Victoria, 
B ('. are required to send full particu¬ 
lars ol such claims to titralth. McIntosh 
A Company, 1070 Douglas Street. Vlc- 
IihIs. BC, on or trafora lha laf day of 
September. 1471. aftai which date tha 
•ataia'a aaaata will be distributed, hav¬ 
ing ragaid only t» claima lha( have 
baan received 

STRAtTH. MclNTOBH A COMPANY. 
BollCltiNB 

NtmCE TO CBEiMTONS AND OTHEHM 
Katela of Hit.LIAM JOHN HOSHSt. 

Notice la hereby given that nedllnral 
and others having claims against lha 
■Nate of lha above-named dacaaaad. who 
died at Las Vegas, Ntvada. USA oni 
June 28. >465. are hereby requested Ini 
send lham, properly verified by tUalutoryi 
Declaration, to Ihe undersigned al -ku 
Royal Trust Huildlng. VIcTtorla, B C 
harms tha Slat day of August. 1971 
xfirr which data Ilia AdmlnlMrator will 
■halllhula lha Mid eeUla xnitNig lha pai 
lira entitled thereto, having ivaard only 
to lha claims of which he Then has 
notice. 

And all peisone indebted to lha Mid 
estate aia required to pay their indelii- 
edneM to Mid Admlnlterator forthwith 
DATED at Victoria. BC. thla JSth 
day of July I4T1 

Dffulal Administrator for tha 
County of Victoria 

NOTICE VO'CREIHTORk AND OTHERS 

•o.ts&rii.s: 


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Membership Next 

Police Talks 
Smash 

Pact Barrier 


By BRI CK LOWTHKR 

'Hie 10-week Gi-eatei- Victoria police contract 
diipule which almmered through a work-to-rule* 
campaign and the first police picket line* in area 
history, apparently came to an end late Wedneaday 
when both aidea approved a "basil of settlement" 
worked out by B.C. mediation officer Clark Gllmour. 


Leaves Came Tumbling Down 


Leafy bower, left, looks like comfort¬ 
able place to be on sunny summer day 
but Debbie Jeune, 17, of 4286 Park- 
side Crescent, Saanich, above, didn’t 
stay long. She got up to talk to Ken¬ 
neth Cooknell, 17, of 405 Wilson, 
Victoria, as he sal In plane-tree, be¬ 
low, fi-om which foliage came. Re¬ 


moval of trees, planted as First World 
War memorial, began Wednesday to 
make way for wider traffic artery on 
Shelbourne. Saanich municipality 
stalled 10 years ago to plant other 
trees behind memorial trees and ad¬ 
ditional ones are still to be planted. 
— [ Kills Shipman) 



World in Brief 


estate of Ihe 
died Si 


luiifui weierfront ion, in n 

surij ^Fitter Bro 

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Mm. 

Ihe Admintetrsfor with Will annexed will 
ihalrtbute the Mid eeUte among lha 
INtilies mill led thereto, having rggard 
only to tha claima of which be lltete has 
noth « 

And tell per anna IndeUed b> (he Midi 
eelate eia required In pay their iqdebi 
adneaa to mih Aamimetiaun wub Will 
* forthwith 
. el Vlrl 

day of July 1M1 

Oftirtal Admlnialiaior tor the 
(■•unty of Vint one 


11 Puxscu^ci'H 

Die in (iraxli 

MANILA (UPii A .mall 
bus carrying 27 imssengers hit 
an ax press train Wednesday 
in a vain attempt tu lieat il af 
an unguarded croaaing. 

Conatabulary provincial 
commander Col. Antonio Ha- 
bulan said 11 persons were 
killed at the scene and four 
others died tn hoepital Two 
were In serious condition 
□ 

Red China 
Recognised 

ANKARA (API Turkey 
recognised communist Chinn 
today and simultaneously cut 
off relations with the Nation¬ 
alist government on Taiwan. 


Ihixlerx Collide 
Killing Three 

NY86A, Ore. tAP) Two 
planes, crop-dusting Monday 
night, collided near a farm¬ 
house near this eastern Ore¬ 
gon imnrnunij^. killing Imlli 
pilots and a woman in the 
house 

□ 

Pruirie Cabinet 
May Seek Park 

RKGINA (CPI This 
Saskatchewan government is 
considering asking the federal 
government to place the 
entire Churchill River system 
within a national Park, na¬ 
tural reanureas minister 
Filing Uramer said Tuesday 


A joint statement issued at 
11:30 p.m. by the Victoria and 
Saanich police unions and 
commissions after a mara¬ 
thon all-day session at the 
Saanich muicipal hall gave 
no details of the settlement 
plan, but said both aldaa 
agreed unanimously to recom¬ 
mend its acceptance. 

The three chief spokesmen, 
Edwin E. Pearl man for both 
commissions, and police union 
leaders Ted Owens of Saanich 
and Kenneth Horsman of Vic¬ 
toria indicated the plan could 
go before unions and commis¬ 
sions within 48 hours for rati¬ 
fication or rejection 

Gilmour had shuttled be¬ 
tween the oppoeing sides in 
Victoria for more than seven 
hours Monday at the Victoria 
police station. He continued 
for hours Wednesday 

morning for the two sides in 
Saanich and then the Viotoria 
negotiators were called In. 

The marathon bargaining 
continued from 3 to 11:15 
p.m., except for a 90 minute 
•upper break, with Gilmour 
going back and forth between 
two adjoining committee 
rooms in the Saanich hall. 

Tha joint statement said: 

"After a full day and eve¬ 
ning of negotiationi under the 
guidance of Clark Gilmour. 
provincial mediation offioer, a 
basis of settlement hai been 
reached 

"The negotiating commit¬ 
tees for the Victoria and 
Saanich police unions and 
commissions have unanimous¬ 
ly agreed to recammed set¬ 
tlement to their respective 
principals on the basis worked 
out by Mr. Gilmour, and the 
terms of settlement will be 
submitled without delay to tha 


respective parties for ratifica¬ 
tion. 

"Full credit must be given 
to Mr. Gilmour for jiia pa¬ 
tience, perseverance and as¬ 
sistance generally, without 
which it is moat doubtful that 
terms of settlement accept¬ 
able to all negotiating com 
mittees would have been 
reached." 

The spokesmen said settle¬ 
ment terms would be released 
after commissioners and 
union membera voted on 
them. It was understood they 
dealt mainly with wages and 
length of contract and the 
parties agreed to resume dis¬ 
cussions shortly on fringe 
issues. 

The Victoria, Saanich, Ea- 
quimalt and Oak Bay poiica 
contracts expired at the end 
of 1970 but talks were held up 
until Vancouver settled, In 
mid-May, because the basic 
union goal was pay parity 
with the Vancouver area. 

The work-to-rules cam¬ 
paign, which reduced revenue 
by substituting warnings for 
arrests, began late in May in 
Victoria after early talks met 
trouble. Saanich, Oak Bay 
and Esquimau joined the idea 
in June. 

Information lines were 
manned by 107 Greater Vic¬ 
toria and Lower Mainland po¬ 
lice unionists July 14 at 15 
locations in this area to give 
tha public tha police side of 
the dispute 

A key union request was for 
independent arbitration if Gil¬ 
mour failed but hia success 
seems to have ended that 
issue for the moment. 

Oak Bay and Eaquimalt are 
expected to follow the wage 
pattern aet by Gilmour, if 
both sidea agree in the vital 
votes expected Friday. 


Railway Link 
Forged Aug. 14? 

No one’s betting on it, but Victoria Pacific Rail¬ 
way should make its firat official run between Col¬ 
wood and Saanich about Aug. 14. 


The railway - a tourist at¬ 
traction featuring hourly re¬ 
turn trips in cars pulled by an 
old steam engine hat been 
plagued with various ojiera- 
tional delays all summer. 

The delay continues for a 
number of reasons, VPR 
spokesman Kenneth Showers 
said Wednesday in an inter¬ 
view. 

Showers said the company 
is currently rebuilding a 100- 
foot trestle over Midstream 
Creek in the View Royal fir* 
protection district. 

Conversion of railway car* 


in Six Mile Village about two 
miles north of Parsons Bridge 
(Mi the Island Highway- 

The first train to make tha 
Colwood-Saanich return trip 
will consist of a 1928 steam 
engine, an open flatcar con¬ 
verted for passenger use and 
a caboose- 

Showers said Locomotivi 
No. 16, an all-purpose staam 
engine, built by the Baldwin 
locomotive Oo in the late 
1920s. will be in constant use 
on the run He said tha loco¬ 
motive la fueled with a heavy 
duty oil and, if operated pro¬ 
perly, causes no pollution. 


Lifeboat Save* 
Six in Fumes 

BAMMBLD I CP I Pour 

adults and two children were 
In good condition in hosiktal 
Wedneaday after they were 
rescued by the Bamfleid life 
boat in Barclay Sound on the 
west coast of Vancouver Is¬ 
land. 

The s)x, ell from the Port 
Albemi area, were apparently 
overcome by carbon monox¬ 
ide fumes from a leaking ex¬ 
haust manifold in Uwiir plea¬ 
sure IkmL No mimes were re- 
leased. 


Ihe two steam locomotives 
and a pending inspection of 
Ihe 5.4 miles of tracks, Show¬ 
ers said, also account for the 
delay. 

Showers said the official 
oiwning will take place al die 
railway's small ticket office 

LUNDS 

tt'M Fori Straat 

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Its 

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Tomorraw, 9:30 ijd. 
VIEW TODAY 
UNTIL 5 P.M. 

Furnishings, Ru|i 

AUCTION 

T0NIQNT at TiOO EM. 

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tcrflrid Hte». Bedroom HI**. 
Maple and Coppertonr Din- 
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ornton, Woahor*. 

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