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No. 233-1 14th YEAR 


VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1972 


ROAD 


oration Tax Tumble 


Scientists Fear 


N-Plants 
May Arm 
Terrorists 


OTTAWA (CP) 


New tax- 
a 11 o n statistics released 
Wednesday are expected tp 
fuel the flames of the election-' 
campaign debate begun by 
David Lew is, federal leader of 
the New Democratic party, 
and his charges of a “cor¬ 
porate tax rip-off.'' 

Statistics Canada reported 
that corporations in Canada 
paid $103 million less in taxes 
during 1970 than in 1969. It 
said the main reason for the 
drop was a decline in cor¬ 
porate profits. 

Both the government and 
opposition parties can thus 
find arguments in the new fig¬ 
ures. 

The government may |X)inl 
to the decline in corporate 
profits, saying that this shows 
grants and tax deferments 


at the expense of the average 
Canadian taxpayer.” 

He told reporters Tuesday 
in Edmonton that continued 
high unemployment shows the 
tax systetn has not succeeded 
in its goal of creating jobs. 

However, Finance Minister 
John Turner told a Timmins, 
Ont., audience Monday that 
NDP policies would turn 
northern mining communities 
into ghost towns. 

He said federal incentive 
grants and subsidies have 
provided the jobs that made 
Timmins the mining capital of 
the north. 

“Mr. Lewis would turn this 
town into a ghost town if he 
implemented his policies. If 
Mr. Lewis had his way, all 
Continued on Page 2 


Three aim at 
Anderson’s former 
seat. Page 1* 

Housing Interest rata 
scandalous, says 
I^ewis. Page t7 

Jobless rate stays 
above 1971’s. Page IT 


were necessary to stimulate 
the economy. The opposition 
can argue that the decline in 
corporate taxes means a con¬ 
tinuation of the trend of indi¬ 
vidual taxpayers paying a 
greater share of total taxes. 

The issue began shaping up 
as a major one in the cam¬ 
paign even before the election 
was called. 

In a series of summer 
speeches, Ix*wis won wide 
publicity by naming compa- 


• Tory chief to lunch In 
Centennial Square. *’ 
Page II 


Dies and listing the amounts 
of grants and tax deferments 
they received from the feder¬ 
al government. He charged 
that through the system, cor- 
IMirations escaped their fair 
share of taxes. 

Opening his campaign in 
Toronto Sept. 10, I^ewis ex¬ 
panded his list of what he 
railed corporate welfare 
hums, bitterly attacking a tax 
system that "gives giant cor- 
jMirations interest-free loans 


ROAD 

TO 

OTTAWA 


Many nuclear scientists 


LONDON (CP) 
are worried that terrorists may eventually be able 
to steal radioactive plutonium from power plants 
and convert it into bombs. 

Prof. Joseph Rotblat of London, secretary of 
the six-day Pugwash conference which ended its 
closed meeting at Oxford University Tuesday, said 
Wednesday this concern was expressed by many 
delegates who called for a special international 
organization to deal with the threat. 

The spread of nuclear power plants, to he aug¬ 
mented shortly by fast-breeder reactors, was a 
major topic at the conference attended by 200 East- 
West delegates. The conference lakes its name from 
the first gathering in Nova Scotia in 1957. 

Rotblat told a London reporter that guerrillas 
might be able to produce their own nuclear bomb 
and use it for blackmail. 

"Once you have got hold of a sufficient amount 
of plutonium the method of exploding it might not 
be very efficient—hut it would still he a nuclear 
explosion,'' he said; 


• Stanfield flays Liberals’ 
regional “bungling.” 
Page 25 , 


• Lewis would nationalize 
CPU. Page 25 


Untaken Asians 
Face Detention 


issued by the Rritish high 
commission daily. 

The Uganda government 
statement gave 55,000 as the 


number of British Asian na¬ 
tionals in the country a fig¬ 
ure higher than most recent 
estimates. 


• More Canadian* against 
Asian Immigrants than 
for them. Page 23 


(Reuter) 


KAMPALA 
Uganda said Wednesday night 
that any of its 55,000 unwant¬ 
ed Asians who are still in the 
country after President Idi 
Amin’s 90-day expulsion dead¬ 
line will be rounded up by the 
army and put into’military 
transit camps. 

An official statement rei¬ 
terated Uganda's insistence 
that the Asians meet the 
deadline and also blamed Bri¬ 
tain for the fact that the air¬ 
lift of Asians out of the 
country had not yet begun. 


Socreds Keep Peace 


nployment figures 
ions and grants to 
np and neither are 
►avid Lewis, NDP 


Marshall said a recount is 'unlikely, al¬ 
though ho .has eight days in lyhieh In apply 
• f.! !«•'. "Wo had such effective scrutineering 

at nil hr lot boxes that I don’t, think we would 
gain anything by asking for a recount,” he 
said. 

Running third was New Democrat John 
Watkins at 953 votes. Liberal John McIntyre 
trailed the slate with 156 votes. 

Returning officer Mrs. William Esak said 
a total of -183 absentee ballots were received, 
but only 332 were valid. 


DAWSON CREEK (CP> - Social Creditor 
Don Phillips saw Iris winning margin in the 
Aug. 30 provincial election increased to 2.3 
votes from 16 with the final count of absentee 
ballots completed Wednesday in the riding of 
Peace River South. 

Phillips, 42. who held the r iding for Social 
Credit from 1966 to 1969. received a total of 
2.978 votes compared with 2.955 for Don Mar¬ 
shall, who joined the Conservative ticket 
after defecting from the Socred ranks in 
March. 


peline 
oposed 
r Lewis 


The Ugandan statement 
gave Nov. 8 as the date on 
which Amin's deadline will 
expire. This is the first time 
the date has been officially 
specified here, and it is thr ee 
days later than the originally 
calculated date. 

The Ugandan announcement 
said the Asians would Ire kept 
in the camps "until the Rrit¬ 
ish government allows them 
entry into their own mother¬ 
land. which is Britain." 

Asians who are Uganda citi¬ 
zens, and others exempted 
from expulsion — those, for 
instance, in key posts—would 
have to get themselves iden¬ 
tity cards "in older to avoid 
inrom enience from the secu¬ 
rity forces who would be 
checking identity . . . .” 


by the fact the Livingstone* lost a 
(laughter in tragic Montreal blaze. 


IJVINGSTONK lunge* in direction of 
Keeles during Montreal coroner’s in¬ 
quest drama. Outburst was triggered 


Montreal Fire Buddy Tell 


NTON ((’PI Da\id 
ame to Canada's oil 
’uesday and said the 
ie Valley pipeline 
»t be built in the near 


JDP leader agreed 
questioner that his 
iy lose votes, partieu- 
llberta, supply centre 
North, "hut I think 
s can't always he go- 
y votes or the (tossi- 
hem." 


Other topics believed to 
have been on the agenda for 
Kissinger's talks xxith Com¬ 
munist (tarty chief I./¥onid 
Brezhnev. Premier Alexei Ko¬ 
sygin and Foreign Minister 
Andrei Gromyko were said to 
Continued on Page 1 


Union would probably Ire 
granted "most-favored nation 
status similar to that already 
enjoyed by Poland and Yugos¬ 
lavia." 

U.S. officials in Moscow 
said they had no information 
on the report. 


The Kremlin talks have 
been held since Monday in se¬ 
crecy, with officials from nei¬ 
ther side disclosing what was 
going on. 

But Victor Louis, a Soviet 
citizen who writes for the 
London Evening News from 
Moscow, said in a dispatch to 
the newspaper Wednesday 
that one outcome of the talks 
would be a trade agreement 
that w'ould be worth $4.9 bil¬ 
lion a year by 1977. 

Louis often has reported ac¬ 
curately on what has tran¬ 
spired inside the Kremlin. He 
was first to report the ouster 
of Nikita Khrushchev in 1964 
and predicted the Soviet-led 
Warsaw Pact invasion of Cze¬ 
choslovakia in 1968. 

“The pact would lead to 
trade and U.S. Export-Import 
Bank credits on a scale that 
only the superpowers could 
afford,” he added. 

"The Americans are al¬ 
ready planning a trade centre 
in Moscow complete with 
American firms and hotels — 
and the American way of 
doing business.” 

He added that the Soviet 


MOSCOW (AP) A leading 
Sox let news corres|x»ndent, 
reporting on H.e n r y Kis¬ 
singer’s talks here, said 
Wednesday the United States 
and the Soviet Union are on 
the verge of signing a giant 
new trade pact. It may in¬ 
clude the location of an Amer¬ 
ican trade centre in Moscow, 
complete with hotels. 

Kissinger, 45, President 
Nixon’s special adviser, 
wound up three days of talks 
with Kremlin leaders and pre¬ 
pared to leave today for Bri¬ 
tain for talks with Prime Min¬ 
ister Edward Heath. 


Press reports suggesting 
that the Ugandan authorities 
were holding up the start of 
the airlift of Asians out of the 
country, because of slow 
processing of exit formalities, 
were wrong, the statement 
•said. 

The Ugandan authorities, 
the statement said, are 
processing 1,500 Asians to 
leave every day, against only 
200 entry vouchers being 


speaking to the IJni- 
}f Alberta ftolitir-al 
nutty. 

oject would involve 
lse amount of invest- 
said. "I've heard 
om $5 billion to $50 
most of which prob- 
Id be from foreign 
t would have disas- 
sequences as a mis- 
of investment fund* 
iressures on the Ca- 
llar. 

esearch and inves- 
into the ecological 
ces had not been 
"and we ought not 
ike it until we are 
i ecology will not he 
Iy harmed." 


MONTREAL (CP) — Giles Eceles, held on a 
coroner's warrant as a material witness to the Sept. 
1 fire which killed 37 persons at the Blue Bird Club, 
said Wednesday in reply to a prosecutor's questions 
he saw two companions enter the dub with a can of 
gasolloe-immediatcly before the fire broke out. 

Confining himself to one- 
xx-ird answerrrto questions by 
Stephen Cuddihv. crown pros¬ 
ecutor, the 24-ycar-otd Eceles 
replied affirmatively when 
asked if he saw James 
O'Brien and Marc Boutin run 
out. of the downtown club 
shortly after entering it with 
a rarvof gasoline. 

In his only statement that 
jvas more than a bare answer 
to Cuddihy’s questions. Eceles 
told the coroner’s inquest: 

“Boutin .and O’Brien said 
'they'll see how we play it 


INDEX 


2 Dead in Crash 


First Serf ion 


Campbell River about 7:15 
p.m. Wednesday. The two 
were the drivers and only oc- 
cupants of the cars involved, 
RCMP said. Campbell River 
and Willow Point fire depart¬ 
ments attended to put out 
fires in both «ars. and ex¬ 
tricate one body. 


CAMPBELL. RIVER Two 
CampbelL-E-Rix er residents, 
Mrs. Oita Mary Carpenter. 59, 
and Roger Morin, 28, were 
killed instantly in a flaming 
head-on two-car collision • >n 
the Island Highway^;.!, .Willow 
Point about two miles south of 


Editorial 

Background 

Finance 

Names In the New* 
King Fisherman 


Roadblocks Set Up 


Second Section 

Local News 

Sport. M 


34 Feared 
Drowned 


Club fire which killed 37 persons in 
Montreal Sept. 1. 

RCMP said the search was con¬ 
centrated in this area after a citizen 
identified a man he saw. in a car with 
Quebec plates as James O’Brien, 
one of the suspects in the case. 


WILLIAMS LAKE (CP)—Road¬ 
blocks were sgt up within a 50-mile 
radius of this Cariboo community 
Wednesday as the search continued 
for two men wanted in the Blue Bird 


Third Section 

Family News.3 


KUALA LUMPUR (UPI) - 
A cable-drawn ferry carrying 
a bus full of schoolchildren, a 
car and several pedestrian 
passengers capsized and sank 


Theatre 


Asked whether this meant 
they intended to set the place 
on fire, Eceles answered affir- 

48 matively. He agreed he did 
46 not try. to stop the two. 

He also gave an affirmative 
reply when asked whether he 
57 and his two companions had 
50 earlier had an argument with 

49 the doorman who would not 
81 let them into the club because 

it was crowded. 

Eceles said he was drunk 
the night of the fire. 

Questioned on their activi¬ 
ties after the argument with 
the doorman, he said that he 
and his companions returned 
Jo his grey Comet in a nearby 
parking lot, drank some beer 
and emptied a container of 


Fourth Section 


Wednesday in the rain-swollen 
Krian River 160 miles north of 
Kuala Lumpur. 

Malaysian police said at 
many as 34 persons were 
missing and feared drowned, 
including about 17 students 
aboard the bus which plunged 
into the swirling waters. Th» 
body of a 14-year-old srhont- 
girl was recovered. 


Comics 


Suspects Remove Coin from Corpse 


Garden Notes 


Provincial Court 


Classified 

Bridge 

Television 

Crossword 


Antonio Dug Up to R.I.P, 


Since de Oliveira had .been buried 
for one month, his neighbors petitioned 
Salgueiro police to have the two sus¬ 
pects exhume the body and remove the 
coin. 


RECIFE, Brazil (UPI) — Police or¬ 
dered the body of a murdered farmer 
exhumed Wednesday in order to spare 
the dead man's soul from an eternity 
of wandering aimlessly over the Brazil¬ 
ian wastelands. 

The farmer, Antonio Gino de Oli¬ 
veira, was murdered Aug. 12 by un¬ 
known gunmen in the nearby village of 
Salgueiro. Neighbors, 'follovtfng a local 
superstition, inserted a coin in his 


.mouth, hoping it would help identify his 
slayers. 

Three days later, police arrested two 
men, Joseph Pereirada Silva and Joseph 
do Nascimento Barbosa, and charged 
them with the killing. 

The legend says that the .coin must 
be removed after the slayers are found, 
otherwise the soul of the victim will 
wander about the “sertao” (waste¬ 
lands) forever. 


Actor Wflliam Royri. who rose 
to stardom as cowboy Hn- 
p.llong Cassidy, died in Holly¬ 
wood Wednesday-**! 77. Boyd's 
portrayal of IHoppy. a "good 
guy” who wore a. black hat 
but was paragon of virtue, was 
longest - running 1 ha a< len/a- 
Oon 1H Hollywood" history. 


Death Sentence 

LOD. Israel (AP) - A mill- 
tary court sentenced an Israe¬ 
li Arab to death Wednesday 
for planting a grenade on a 
bus and wounding three Israe¬ 
lis. Yusef Mahmoud Mansour, 
22, had pleaded guilty. 


SLAVE LAKE. Alta. (CPI 
Cleanup operations have 
started on a 20,000-t>aiTel oil 
vpftU which has permeated 
about 20 acres of mttskeg in 
the Nipisj oil field. 40 mile* 
north <»f J/'sser Slave l,ake. 


Police agreed-and as a large crowd 
gathered, the tw-o men Wednesday were* 
taken under heavy guard to the ceme¬ 
tery and forced at gunpoint to dig up 
the corpse and remove the cctin. 


rholsnn 

tie time yet 


water. 


When asked whether' the 
three then went to a down- 
Ontinued on Page 2 





























































Uxtln Sglontat Victor!*, B.C., Thun., September 14,19U 


ANCJY. ME BOSV-S LOW ERE 0 

me retirin' age t'sixty.' 

'ton HALF PAY,too-.' r-f 


the resident! of Timmins 
wpuld he trapping. fi|hing, 
hunting 'fir living in southern 
Ontario." 

Noting Lewis’s statement 
that the percentage of federal 
revenues obtained from per¬ 
sonal Income tax has been 
growing while that front 


the United States. Hie reason figures, which showed 503,000 
personal 1 income taxes were Canadian* out of work in 
increasing was that people August,, but asked his Toronto 
were earning more money audienoe to "imagine what 


1'LLTfa.YER.' CAST YER 
MIND BACK TWENTY YEARS’ 
> — Old E OR DID 
'E NOT SWEAR TO \ JPES? 
ME YER JOS WAS iHYgEl 

^PERMANENT ?!J s£— *■ 


WHAT D'YER THINK 

of employers y 


Montreal Fire 


town service station and filled 
the can with gasoline, Eccles 
again answered affirmatively. 

Eccles also confirmed his 
father worked at the service 
station and let them fill the 
car’s gas tank and the can 
themselves. 

Still replying briefly to 
questions by Cuddihy, he de¬ 
nied hearing any discussion 
about setting A fire but said it 
was the idea of the other two 
men. 

Both O’Brien and Boutin 
are being sought by police 
across Canada after coroner’s 
warrants were issued for their 
arrest. 

When asked whether he 

stayed in the car when they 
returned to the Blue Bird, 
Eccles said "yes.” He admit-, 
ted seeing flames inside the 
club as his companions ran 
form the building and they all 
fled in his car. 

Further replies by Eecltt to 
the prosecutor's questions es¬ 
tablished that the three then 
went to another cluh for 
Wours. Eccles said he last saw 
) BoUtin and O’Brien at a park 
near the second club. He then 
left the others and drove to 
his home were he was later 
arrested. 

The courtroom was cleared 


From Page 1 


of other witnesses during 
Eccles’ testimony. 

When he appeared briefly 
during the morning session to 
be told he would be held until 
the end of the inquest, 44- 
yearold Robert Livingstone, 
who lost his daughter in the 
fire, rushed toward the 
witness box yelling “I’ll break 
your jaw. I’ll kill you, you bas¬ 
tard.” 

Eccles was whisked from 
the courtroom before Living¬ 
stone, whose wife was trying 
to restrain him, reached the 
front of the room. 

Police quickly overpoyreted 
and removed the man. 

Police said no charges 
would be laid Against Uviftg- 
stone and the coupTe later re¬ 
turned to listen quietly to pro¬ 
ceedings. 

Livingstone said in an inter¬ 
view later that the outburst 
was “in the shock of the mo¬ 
ment.” 

“Maybe we shouldn’t have 
come,” he said. “But we just 
had to see how things go and 


Super Pact 


From Page 1 


include the Vietnam war, Eu¬ 
ropean security and the limi¬ 
tation of strategic arms. 

After briefing Heath on the 
Moscow talks, Kissinger will 
move on to France for a Fri¬ 
day meeting with President 
Georges Pompidou. 

Before his Moscow arrival. 
Kissinger conferred with 


Chancellor Willy Brandt of 
West Gqrmany. 

West European diplomats 
said mutual force reductions 
in Europe nnd the Soviet- 
ptpmpted Kuropean security 
conference were two of the 
principal subjects on Gromy¬ 
ko’s agenda with Kissinger. 

Kissinger’s planned trip to 
Paris Friday has lent support 
tn growing speculation that he 
would meet with Le Due Tho, 
North Vietnam's top adviser 
to the Vietnam peace talks. 


if this inquest can prevent 
something like ^tis from hap¬ 
pening again.” 

Pierre Houle, *m police 
artist, showed the inquiry dia¬ 
grams of the upstairs Wagon 
. Wheel country and western 
music dance haH in .the club, 
which had been filled with 
about 200 patrons the night of 
the fire. 

The only exits were the 
main stairway, five windows 
along one wall, a small win¬ 
dow in the women's 
washroom, two others in a 
beer storage room and ves¬ 
tibule, an outside fire escape 
reached by passing through 
three doors connecting sec¬ 
tions of the kitchen and an in¬ 
door stairway with a door in 
the middle leading to the first 
floor. 

Michael Pollard. 27, tes¬ 
tified that he was trapped in 
the interior stairway after 
smoke and rapidly-spreading 
flames caused panicked pa¬ 
trons to jostle into the area 
marked by an exit sign. 

"We just weren’t moving 
and there didn't seem to be 
ah opening at the bottom.” he 
said. ”We couldn't go back 
because the flames were 
almost at the top of the 
stairs.” 

Pollard said he “gave up 
hope" of getting out alive and 
started taking deep breaths of 
the heavy smoke. 

He said he fell, was moved 
back up the steps by the 
crowd and when he looked up 
spotted a window which he 
smashed and crawled out of. 

“I don’t remember anything 
after that until I was on Union 
Street breathing again about 
three minutes after fire broke 
out,” he said. 

The inquiry, which would 
hear testimony from 
witnesses, officially Is being 
held into eircuifistances sur¬ 
rounding the death of one of 
the victims, 18-year-old Re- 
jean Lajoie. 


Gonorrhea Victim 


Dear Dr. Thosteson: I am 

writing in rcsjtonse to the let¬ 
ter from the lft-year-old girl. 
She thinks she has gonorrhea. 

I guess I know something 
about it. I have had it. I was 
17 when I got it. That was 
three years ago. If I had 
kn mn the warning signs, I 
would have saved myself a lot 
of grief. 

I thought that because I 
was a nice girl something as 
horrible as VI) wouldn't hap¬ 
pen to me. (I went with the 
boy three years.) 

One year after, I got mar¬ 
ried (to a wonderful man) 
and, two years after I had 
contracted VD. I found that I 
had it — because I was hav¬ 
ing so much pain I couldn't 
walk. 

Now I • have been married 
for two years, 1 am 20 and I 


YOUR 

GOOD 

HEALTH 


d m’t know if~T will ever be 
able to have children. I have 
a largo cyst in my ovary and 
have a period or bleed every 
15 days approximately. 

My husband is wonderful, 
ho has understood and accept¬ 
ed the whole thing. But gon¬ 
orrhea has caused my hus¬ 
band and me grief, a jiossibil- 
ity that we may never have 
children of our own. and very 
expensive medical bills. 

The j)oint I want to stress to 
you, and maybe you can pass 


It on, is that it just isn’t worth 
iU. One moment of fun can 
bring years of grief. 

I don’t believe in free love 
or sex outside of marriage, 
but my one mistake has real¬ 
ly cost me. 

Please. Dr. Thosteson, tell 
the kids of today that It isn’t 
wortl} the grief, tell them, 
even if they are planning 
marriave, to wait, ns they 
may marry someone else, and 
marriage takes a lot of w irk 
without added problems. 

Thank you for letting me 
get a load off my mind.—C.C. 

P.8.: My family doctor said 
if we had not found the gon¬ 
orrhea when we did it could 
have killed me. I lost 25 
I»ounds and it hud gone into 
my bladder nnd bowel.—T. 

Need I add anything to this 
letter? 


THE WEATHER 


SEPT. 14, 1972 

Morning fog patches near 
shore, otherwise sunny; winds 
light. Wednesday’s precipita¬ 
tion nil; sunshine nine hours, 
six minutes. Recorded high 
and low at Victoria, G9 and 42. 
Today’s forecast high and 
low, 68 and 47 Today’s 
sunrise 6:49, sunset 7:29; 
moonriso 2:31 p.m., moonset 
j0:21 p.m. Friday outlook: 
Sunny. 

East coast of Vancouver Is¬ 
land — Brief early-morning 
fog patches, otherwise sunny; 
winds light. Wednesday's pre¬ 
cipitation nil. Recorded high 
nnd low at Nanaimo. 74 and 
42. Forecast high nnd low, 72 
and 43. Friday outlook.: 
Sunny. 

West Coast of Vancouver Is¬ 
land F^xtensive fog and low 
cloud with brief clearing dur¬ 
ing the afternoon: winds light. 
Forecast high and low at T<h 
fino, 62 and 43. Friday out¬ 
look: Fog and l6w cloud. 


North Coast — Mostly 
sunny with a few fog patches 
along the coast. Highs around 
65, lows near 50. Friday out¬ 
look: Extensive fog and low 
cloud. 

Extended Outlook, Saturday 
through Monday — Slight 
chance of showers, with highs 
up to 75 at the weekend, low¬ 
ering to the 60s Monday. Lows 
mostly around 40. 


St. John's 

HSIitax 

Fredericton 

Charlottetown 

Montreal 

Ottawa 

Toronto 

North Bay 
Thunder Bay 
Kenora 
rfi r'-hill 

High 

60 

68 

70 

66 

68 

70 

75 

59 

61 

58 

45 

57 

Low Preclp. 

46 — 

49 .19 

35 — 

44 — 

49 .05 

52 .19 

62 . 08' 

50 — 

53 — M— 

47 .09 

32 — 

ii — 

Winnipeg 

61 

65 

46 

41 

Trace 

Reoina 

66 

37 

— 

Saskatoon 

62 

44 


Prince Albert 

58 

39 

.15 

North Battleford 

63 

44 

.07 

Swift Current 

65 

42 

— 

Medicine Hat 

74 

M 

— 

Lethbridge 

70 

40 


Calgary 

70 

36 

— 

Edmonton 

71 

33 







Cranbrook 

Castleqar 

Penticton 

Salmon Arm 

Reveistoke 

Princeton 

Vancouver 

Prince Rupert 

Comox 

Prince George 

Kami oops 

Whitehorse 

Fort St. John 

Seattle 

Spokare 

Portland 

San Francisco 

Phoenix 

Las Vegas 

Honolulu 

Chicago 

New York 

Miami 


66 

37 

_ 

74 

46 

— 

76 

46 

— 

73 

45 

— 

66 

43 

— 

79 

37 

— 


uireci corporation tax nas 

been decreasing, Turner said 
the same trend Is evident “irt 
virtually every industrialized 
nation in the world.” 

He said 24 per cent of direct 
tax revenues in Canada 
comes from corporations, 


than ever before. 

Tuesday. Externa] Affairs 
Minister Mitchell Sharp 
charged Lewis with putting 
politics ahead of jobs for Cana¬ 
dians. Sharp expressed regret 
at* the latest unemployment 
compared with 23 per cent in 


imagine what 
would .have happened without 
government : incentive pro¬ 
grams.”" _ 

Progressive Conservative 
1-eader' Robert. Stanfield has 
made little . comment % on 
whefHer corporations are 
too light a tax load. 


sonai income tax reaucuon, 
due to expire at the end of 
this year, could be retained 
by a Conservative govern¬ 
ment that also woqld make 
other reductions. 

Social Credit Leader Real 
Caoue tie’s solution to the 
problem of the tax burden on 
individuals is to provide a 


Pilot Safe 

VANCOUVER (CP) - An 
Air West plane flipped over - 
Wednesday while, landing iii 
-the harbor but its pilot scram¬ 
bled to_ safety and was pipked 
up by a passing boat. The ’ 
pilot, Japk Lyngard, 39, of Po¬ 
well River, was the only per¬ 
son. aboard. 


fddij’s 


FOR MEN WOMEN 
AND CHILDREN 


FALL 


Remember, 

Is Free and Easy 
NO Interest 
NOCarrying 
Charges » 

tn 


and Winter 


anas 

a warming trend for the cool 
months ahead 

ALL DEPARTMENTS AT EDDY’S 

Ladies’ Winter Coats 


Imported wool, tweeds, alcapama, 
camel and wool, velvet. Plains, tweed 
mixes, plaids plain or fur trim. Sizes 
from 8 to 24f£. Priced From__ 

MIDI-COATS 

Melton cloth, pony suede, crushed 
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Nixon Campaign Funds 



BELFAST (CP) — A 
rioting Protestant mob 
rampaged through a 
country town Wednes¬ 
day while gunmen raided 
a Roman Catholic tavern 
in Belfast and shot a 
man dead. 

Police laid men burst into a 
pub in Belfast’s Upper Spring- 
Meld Road and opened (ire. 
Two people enjoying an eve¬ 
ning drink were hit. One was 
killed Immediately and the 
other wounded. 

The slaying carried North¬ 
ern Ireland’s three-year death 
toll to SS5. This year alone 342 
people are known to have 
been killed. / 

The shooting followed a riot 
at Carrickfergus to County 
Antrim. Protestant youths 
wrecked shops, attacked a 
railway station and tried to 
bum down city hall. 

In Belfast, a Protestant mil¬ 
itant leader, Rev. Ian Paisley, 
put another damper on the 
British government's hopes of 
holding an all-party political 
conference to decide on the 
future of Northern Ireland. 


WASHINGTON - Maurice 
Stalls, finance chairman of 
President Nixon’s campaign 
organization, Wednesday de¬ 
nied any role in' funnelling 
campaign funds through Mex¬ 
ico and claimed he did not 
know the Identity of donors 
who gave 1*9,000 from that 
country. 

But Stans' latest explana¬ 
tion conflicted with what 
House and General Account¬ 
ing Office investigators said 
Stans told them when they 
questioned him earlier. 

At these sessions, investiga¬ 
tors said Stands, the former 
secretary of commerce, re¬ 
fused to divulge the names of 
these donors because they had 
been promised anonymity, a 
guarantee which he said he 
could not breach. 

Stans’ prepared statement 
— he continued to be unavai¬ 


lable to newsmen — did not 
refer to an account attributed 
to William Liedtke, a Texas 
oil man and GOP rund-raiser, 
by House banking and cur¬ 
rency committee investiga¬ 
tors. 

A confidential committee 
report said Liedtke told these 
investigators that Stans ap¬ 
proved the receipt of cam¬ 
paign funds that were to Mex¬ 
ico or that would be trans¬ 
ferred to Mexico. The com¬ 
mittee report said the purpose 
of such a transfer was to 
cloak the identity of large 
campaign donors. R said 
some of the funds may have 
come from a Mexican attor¬ 
ney, a violation of federal 
elections law. 


Carpet 
Beetle 

-AP 

Lloyd Storey Is brushing oft 
his car in South Windham 
Maine, after spending a week 
covering It with indoor-out¬ 
door carpeting. Color scheme 
Is red on fenders, yellow on 
body and black eyelashes 
over headlights. Not inciden¬ 
tally, Storey is In rug bus! 


Trouble Soon, 
Foes Agree 


JERUSALEM (UPI) — 
Israeli newspapers indicated 
Wednesday that Israel would 
make good on prime Minister 
Golda Meir’a vow to strike 
back at Arab terrorists 
"wherever we can" If their 
attacks continue. 

At the same time, state-con¬ 
trolled newspapers in Egypt 
said Israel is preparing new 
attacks on Syria and Lebanon. 
They called for a joint Arab 
plan to confront the United 
States and end its support of 
Israel. 

* Libyan Foreign Minister 
Mans our Khekhiw also called 
for an all-out Arab war 
against Israel and an econom¬ 
ic war against the Western 
countries that support the 
Jewish state. 

Asked in an Interview by 
the Middle East News Agency 
about the recent Israeli at¬ 
tacks against Syria and Le¬ 
banon, Khekhia said: 

"There is no logical answer 
to these aggressions except 
the use of force and launching 
an all-out war against the in¬ 
truding entity (Israel), be¬ 


cause our position is that of 
legitimate self-defence.” 

He said the Arabs should 
use the "economic weapon" 
— including oil — against the 
countries which support 
Israel. 

Damascus Radio said 
Syrian warplanes intercepted 
Israeli jet fighters over the 
Israel-Syria border and shot 
one down Wednesday. Resi¬ 
dents of southern Lebanon 
said four Israeli jets flew over 
the border area on the way to¬ 
ward the occupied Golaif 
Heights of Syria. 

In Tel Aviv, a military 
spokesman denied the Syrian 
reports. He said: "We deny it 
—nothing of the sort took placfc 
—no dogfight, no encounter, no 
plane shot down." 

The Palestine news agency 
in Beirut, which speaks for 
the Palestine guerrilla organi¬ 
zations, said two flights of two 
Israeli warplanes carried^ out 
separate photographic-refcon- 
naissance missions over 
Beirut International Airport 
and two Palestinian refugee 
camps in the Lebanese capi¬ 
tal. It linked the overflights to 
Mrs. Meir's warning. 


Israelis Knew 
Of Raid Plan 


TEL AVIV (UPI) — An In¬ 
formed source said Wednes¬ 
day both Israel and Germany 
had advance warnings of the 
guerrilla assault on the Israeli 
Olympic team in which 11 
Israelis were killed. 

The Israeli government has 
.launched a top-level investiga¬ 
tion into why Israeli authori¬ 
ties did not act on the infor¬ 
mation, the source said. 

"We had enough advance 
information, as much as the 
German government did, to 
take the proper precautions," 
the source said. 

He could not explain why 
the Arab guerrilla raiders still 
succeeded. 


"But this is going to be 
Investigated,” he said. 

Prime Minister Golda Meir, 
in a speech to the Knesset 
(parliament) Tuesday, said 
Israel was collecting "full and 
accurate information concern¬ 
ing the security precautions 
adopted in Munich. 

“The representatives of the 
Israeli bodies concerned have 
accordingly been requested to 
report to the government in 
order to enable us to draw the 
necessary conclusions and to 
learn the resultant lessons 

“This task is now being ful¬ 
filled” ... so that the govern¬ 
ment can take whatever ac¬ 
tion is necessary." 


Votes by Allies 
‘Outrage’—U.S. 


WASHINGTON (AP) -- 
Highranking United States 
state department officials say 
the British and French votes 
during the latest United Na- 


Firm Ignores 
Labor Edict 

SURREY, B.C. (CP) - 
Ocean Foundries Ltd. went 
ahead Wednesday with plans 
to re-start production of steel 
balls with non-union labor de¬ 
spite the British Columbia 
Federation of Labor's stand 
that the balls arc “hot” and 
are not to be handled by trade 
unionists. 

^ The three-inch balls are 
used by the parent Noranda 
Mines to grind and crush ore 
products. 

Forty-five members of the 
International Molders’ and Al¬ 
lied Workers Union struck the 
plant April 15. 


tions Security Council debate 
on the Mideast violence were 
"an outrage.” 

The United States vetoed a 
Security Council resolution, 
aimed at Israeli raids on Le¬ 
banon and Syria, because it 
did not include condemnation 
of Arab terrorist acts which 
provoked the retaliatory at¬ 
tacks. 

“It was unconscionable for 
the Western European allies 
to support that resolution,” a 
top-level department official 
said. 

The belated denunciation of 
Britain and France — the 
veto came Sunday night — is 
acknowledged by adminstra- 
tion officials as part of a dip¬ 
lomatic arm-twisting aimed 
at toughening international ef¬ 
forts against air piracy and 
other terrorist acts. 

The' state department of¬ 
ficials claimed some success 
for this, blunt method, but 
they conceded failure in other 
cases, particjjlarly wi(h 
France. 


Meanwhile, Stans and the 
committee tor the re-election 
of the president filed a $2.5 
million suit against Lawrence 
O'Brien, national dkmpaign 
chairman for Senator George 
McGovern. The civil suit 
charged O'Brien with “mali¬ 
cious abuse" of federal court 
processes fay suing the Nixon 
committee for damages over 
the bugging of Democratic na¬ 
tional headquarters. 

Stans’ suit alleged that 
O’Brien's actual purpose was 
"to create political headlines 
for partisan ends" and to di¬ 
vert the time and attention of 
Nixon’s campaign staff. 

A spokesman for O'Brien 
denounced Stans’ suit as 
"frivolous" and "an attempt 


.. 

to intimdate us from pursuing 
our own suit against the Re¬ 
publicans. Clearly we won’t 
be intimidated by such des¬ 
peration tactics.” 

Aside from questions of le¬ 
gality as to their origin, the 
$89,000 in cheques drawn on a 
Mexican bank are significant 
because they wound up in the 
Miami bank account of Ber¬ 
nard Barker, one of five men 
arrested during the break-in 
at Democratic headquarters 
last June 17. 

Stans, in his statement 
Wednesday, denied that he 
“knew of and approved com¬ 
plex plans to transfer funds 
from contributors to Mexican 
banks and then to the (Nixon 
committee).’’ 


He released a Sept 5 letter 
to Representative Wright Pat¬ 
man (D—Tex.), chairman of 
the House banking and cur¬ 
rency committee, which Stans 
wrote when Patman asked 
him to clarify earlier state¬ 
ments to committee investiga¬ 
tors. 

“I do not know the names of 
the donors of the $89,000,” 
Stans wrote. “That being the 
case, I cannot of course dis¬ 
close their names to your 
committee.” 

However, GAO officials, 
after interviewing Stans, , said 
in their own report Aug. 26: 

“Mr. Stans has told us that 
the four cheques (totaling 
$89,000) were .. . from donors 
in Texas who wished to re¬ 
main anonymous, and there¬ 
fore would not disclose their 
names.” 


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THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER H. Hit 


'T’HE STRIKING DIFFERENCE between the 
A approaches of Canadian political leaders to the 
pre-election electorate was never more apparent 
than in the key-note speeches made on Tuesday 
night 

Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau chose to adopt 
an emotional pasture, making federalism an imme¬ 
diate issue and thumping out the music of the cul¬ 
tural theme that a good many Canadians will find 
discordant. 

No doubt, as he says, Quebec needs Canada 
and Canada needs Quebec for the fuller develop¬ 
ment of the two main cultures. But at this point in 
history Canadians are probably rather more con¬ 
cerned with earning enough reward to meet the 
steadily rising cost of living and the consistently 
heavier tax levies than with the respective merits 
of Voltaire and Shakespeare. 

Both Robert Stanfield, the Progressive Con¬ 
servative leader, and David Lewis, of the New 
Democratic Pary, prefer to wrestle with the bread- 
and-butter problems of the country at this time. 
Both are more concerned with the half million un¬ 
employed Canadians and the necessity for revamp¬ 
ing the whole national economic structure than 
with culture or federalism. 

They possibly assume that a prosperous nation 
has a better chance of survival and for the natural 
evolution of its culture than one where nearly 7 per 
cent of the working population dispiritedly look for 
jobs. 

Both Mr. Stanfield and Mr. Lewis are keen on 


tax reform. But whereas the NDP leader appears 
to base his economic formula on the theory that 
business and industry are not paying their share, 
Mr. Stanfield would continue incentive policy and 
immediately cut personal income tax, and in¬ 
troduce wage and price controls as a temporary 
means of halting inflation, to boot. 

He .would also abolish the hateful 12 per cent 
tax on building materials and insure that the sav¬ 
ing was passed on to the home-buyer. 

All parties to the left of Mr. Speaker, in¬ 
cluding the Creditistes under Real Caouette, are 
pledged to the improvement of security for old age 
pensioners. Mr. Trudeau is satisfied .the govern¬ 
ment has done enough for them. 

These, roughly, were the positions taken at 
Tuesday’s opening of the ritual wooing of the elec¬ 
torate. 

It is true, of course, that the government is 
now eager to podr some $45 million into disastrous¬ 
ly-delayed development of the Pacific ports and has 
promised, if re-elected, to make the local initiatives 
program a permanent part of the federal structure. 

But by and large, the Liberal leadership — if 
not the rank and file — is satisfied its policies are 
correct as well as irreproachable. Mr. Trudeau has 
chosen, in his own words, to stand on his record of 
the past four years. 

For most it is wholly negative from an eco¬ 
nomic point of view, and for many it is unrealistic, 
extravagant, and indulgent of the minority in the 
country from the cultural. 


Development Policy 


O NE OF THE MOST^IMPORTANT recom¬ 
mendations in the B.C. Energy Board’s report 
is that a cabinet member be appointed with author¬ 
ity to force B.C. Hydro to adhere to government 
policies in power development, and that Hydro 
should have a general manager and no longer a 
five-member executive committee. For too long 
conflicting hands have been on the Hydro tiller, 
and the people of British Columbia have been un¬ 
able to determine which way it might go. An out¬ 
standing instance has been the issue of nuclear or 
other thermal power for Vancouver Island, with 
Premier W. A. C. Bennett firmly opposed to a 
nuclear plant and Dr. Gordon Shrum, the Hydro 
chairman, persistently in favor of one. 

With the presentation of tthe energy board’s 
report, the argument continues, although no longer 
with Mr. Bennett as one of the chief participants. 
The majority of the board disagreed with the find¬ 
ings of consultants and recommended that Van¬ 
couver Island have a nuclear plant by 1981, when 
the need for energy is expected to warrant either 
the building of a thermal station or neiy transmis¬ 
sion lines from the mainland. But one member, Dr. 
Hugh Keenleyside, former co-chairman of Hydro, 
dissented. His main points were that power from a 
nuclear plant would be unduly expensive, and that 


the “carefully chosen and widely experienced con¬ 
sultants” had recommended against it. 

Possibly the new Barrett government will 
have thoughts akin to those of Dr. Keenleyside. 
Several years remain before a decision must be 
made. Extensions to two existing Campbell River 
stations and the addition of a new project on the 
Kokish River on the upper Island, together with 
the transmission of more power over the subma¬ 
rine cables from the mainland, are calculated to 
meet the demands until nine years from now. And 
in the interval, there is always the spark of hope 
that a new, clean and wonderfully inexpensive 
method of generating electricity through atomic 
fusion rather than fission will be devised. 

The government might decide that its policy 
should be based on the advice of the consultants 
(rather than that of Dr. Shrum and the other ma¬ 
jority members of the energy board) that “British 
Columbia should first develop its economically at¬ 
tractive sources of hydro and conventional thermal 
power, and postpone its entry into the nuclear 
power field while taking advantage of further ad¬ 
vances in technology.” If so, the province should 
not be left with the premier saying one thing, the 
Hydro chairman another, and perhaps a couple of 
ministers wobbling about in the middle. 


OUR READERS’ VIEWS 


Expert 

Advice 

Available 


I N regard to a recent edi¬ 
torial on a trip to Europe 
by officials of the city of Vic¬ 
toria, payable in part from 
tax monies, may I be allowed 
to make the following obser¬ 
vation : 

It can be estimated that 
there are in Victoria about 
5,000 citizens of European 
background, training and edu¬ 
cation. Probably 500 of these 
men and women have a more 
than passing interest in art, 
historyr architecture, urban 
planning, sociology, traffic, 
transportation and civil engi¬ 
neering. Some of them will 
have a deep understanding 
through thorough studies and 
education in any one or all of 
these subjects. If asked, 50 of 
them would probably be per¬ 
fectly willing and capable to 
serve this city in a profes¬ 
sional or advisory capacity. 

Now, if the city would make 
use of only five of the best ot 
them, and would, listen to 
them, instead of appointing 
shopkeepers, lawyers, real es- 
t a t e salesmen, druggists, 
teachers or other well intended 
businessmen as planning ad¬ 
visers. then. I submit, not a 
single tax dollar would have to 
be spent for sending these ad¬ 
visers and some technical em¬ 
ployees to Europe for a glori¬ 
fied sightseeing trip. 

TE Nto them, instead of ap¬ 
pointing shopkeepers, law¬ 
yers, real estate salesmen, 
druggists, teachers or other 
well intended businessmen as 
planning advisers, then, I sub¬ 
mit. not a single tax dollar 
would have to be spent for 
•ending these advisers and 
•ome technical employee! to 
Europe for a glorified sight¬ 
seeing trip. 

Most of these people are m 


To be conaidered for publication in whole or 
in part, lettera must be on tubjecta of general in- 
tereat, and if aigned with pen-namea, muat be 
accompanied by writer'a name and addreaa. Pref¬ 
erence will be given to thoae that are brief. 


a financial position anyway to 
easily afford taking their own 
annual paid vacations and 
paying their own way on this 
trip if they have a true inter¬ 
est to enlighten themselves 
and serve their city best, .in¬ 
stead of allowing Mrs. Smith, 
widow, to help pay through 
her house taxes. 

Right next to blocking Bas¬ 
tion Square and the Inner 
Harbor waterfront with multi¬ 
storey highrises, this pro¬ 
posed trip to Europe with tax 
payers' money must be the 
biggest joke in municipal his¬ 
tory, worthy of inclusion in 
the recorded follies of the 
good burghers of Schilda (who 
built a City Hall without win¬ 
dows and tried to carry light 
into it in bags.) 

EBERHARD 

SCHULENBURG. 

3371 Wishart Rd. 


The Lipizzans 

On Aug. 12 there appeared 
in your paper an article by 
Erith Smith in connection 
with the recent Lipizzan Stal¬ 
lion Show held in Victoria. 
Your reporter interviewed a 
Mr. Ostcrmaier. a member of 
the show, who made the 
somewhat surprising state¬ 
ment that. "The base school 
of the Lipizzans was smug¬ 
gled ou£ of Austria to Spain to 
escape the advancing Rus¬ 
sians. 

This was followed by the as¬ 
sertion that "They give their 
shows on Sundays only in 
Spain and boxes at ringside 
are held permanently by fam¬ 
ilies that never miss a show. 
Through the week the place is 
profitably filled by people who 
simply come to see the train¬ 
ing sessions." The reader 
w >uld gather from this some¬ 
what garbled wording which I 


am quoting verbatim from the 
text that the Spanish Riding 
School of Vienna is now locat¬ 
ed in Spain. This, of course, is 
nonsense. Either Mr. Oster- 
maier was misquoted, or else 
he must be very badly in¬ 
formed. 

The Spanish Riding School, 
after being evacuated from 
Vienna during the closing 
stages of the war because of 
the advancing Red Army, 
oame under the protection of 
the U.S. forces in Austria 
commanded by General Mark 
Clark. Thanks to him and to 
General Patton (who was 
himself a keen horseman) it 
was also possible to move the 
Lipizzan Stud with the brood 
mares and young stock to the 
U.S. sector of Austria under 
military escort 

The stallions of the Spanish 
Riding School returned to 
Vienna soon after the end of 
the Red Army occupation. 
The school, housed as before 
in the stables of the Imperial 
Hofburg Palace, training and 
performing in the magnificent 
baroque riding school, con¬ 
tinues to be a major attrac¬ 
tion for tourists. The daily 
training sessions begin at 9 
a.m. and the queues in the 
summer months start forming 
up before that. While the 
Spanish Riding School has vi¬ 
sited this continent on several 
occasions (New York, Toron¬ 
to, Harrisburg and probably 
other large centres) it has not, 
to my knowledge visited ei¬ 
ther Victoria or Vancouver. 
The name "Lipizzan comes 
from a village "Lipizza"* 
near Trieste, formerly belong¬ 
ing to Austria, where in 1562 
the original stud of the 
Spanish horse was established 
by the Emperor Maximilian I. 
Breeds of similar type, based 
on the Spanish horse, did ap¬ 
pear in other parts of Europe 
in the 17th and 18th century. 
However, the Spanish School 


of Riding founded and main¬ 
tained by the emperors of 
Austria developed a high de¬ 
gree of perfection, based on a 
tradition of training une¬ 
qualled anywhere else in the 
world. 

N. VAN DER VLIET, 
No. 303, 1270 Beach Drive, 
Victoria. 


Prediction 

While the political analysts 
lionder the debacle of August 
30 they might be interested in 
an opinion on the forthcoming 
federal election from a very 
astute observers in Wood- 
stock, Ont., which is a Pro¬ 
gressive Conservative strong¬ 
hold. 

Our socialist front-runners, 
the incumbent Liberal ad¬ 
ministrative returned to office 
with a reduced majority. Pos¬ 
sibly even a minority govern¬ 
ment. 

Her Majesty’s Loyal Op¬ 
position. the NDP! 

Socreds, Progressive Con¬ 
servatives and Credististes 
having fractured any possibil¬ 
ity of an alternative to our 
left-of-centre Liberals by in¬ 
sisting on splitting the free 
enterprise vote will probably 
ensure for Canada a rapid 
ride on the way to state 
socialism. 

F. K. WRIGHT. 

993 Karen Cres. 


PERKINS 






Tinder for a New Fire 


“It’s called progress . 


Sino-Soviet Frontier Quarrel 
Still Hot Below the Surface 


r E great Sino - Soviet 
quarrel has been thrown 
into relative shad >w by the 
pyrotechnic blaze of President 
Nixon's visits to Peking and 
Moscow. America seems to 
have grasped the initiative, 
leaping over the barricades of 
ancient quarrels and render¬ 
ing them anachronistic. 

This is deceptive. While the 
Nixonian diplomatic rockets 
arch and flash in the sky, 
relations between the Soviet 
Union and China remain—in 
their relatively dark comer of 
world attention—frighteningly 
bad. 


The row over the admission 
of Bangladesh to the United 
Nations, with China obstruct¬ 
ing the new state's entry until 
conditions set by Pakistan 
have been satisfied, is only 
the latest occasion for bad 
feeling. Komsomolskaya Prav- 
da accused Oiina of "demago¬ 
gy in foreign policy . . . meant 
to conceal the Chinese leader¬ 
ship’s great-power strategy.” 
An article in Komunist re¬ 
peats that Maoism "repre¬ 
sents a petty-bourgeois na¬ 
tionalistic trend whose roots 
go back into the past history 
of China." Attempts in the 
West to defend Mao's form of 
government as socialism 
"rank among the most vicious 
falsifications of bourgeois pro¬ 
paganda." 

Nothing has more annoyed 
the Russians recently than the 
Chinese leaks in recent weeks 
to Western media about the 
"crimes" of Lin Piao, as a 
traitor to China* who was in 
the servee of Moscow and had 
the intention — with Soviet 
backing — of assassinating the 
Great Helmsman himself. 
This is especially galling for 
the Russians, who last year 
took the calculated risk of 
leaking to the same imperial¬ 
ist organs of falsification the 
st iry of Lin Piao’s death in an 
air crash in Mongolia, ap¬ 
parently on his way to seek 
refuge in the Soviet Union. 
Somehow the Chinese have 
managed to use the same 
story and make it more da¬ 
maging to Russia than to 
China. 

★ ★ ★ 

The monotonous game of 
accusing each other of mak¬ 
ing common cause with impe¬ 
rialism goes on. The Russians 
recently brought out a new 
magazine called Far Eastern 
Problems whose second 
number contains a well-aimed 
swipe at the late Edgar Snow, 
that extraordinary American 
.journalist who "discovered" 
Mao and Chinese communism 
after the Long March in 
Yenan. and through his writ¬ 
ings brought them to the at¬ 
tention of an astonished and 
impressed world. 

Snow, according to the mag¬ 
azine. was actually just a 
bourgeois journalist out to 


By NEAL ASCHERSON front Moscow 


pull the wool over the eyes of 
honest socialists by telling 
them that Mao was a great 
communist leader of the stat¬ 
ure of Lenin. In turn, Mao 
was using Snow "for extreme¬ 
ly far-reaching designs and 
ambitious dreams." He want¬ 
ed. through Edgar Snow, not 
only to build up an image 
abroad but above all to lay 
the foundations of a part¬ 
nership with the United States 
directed against the Soviet 
Union. Snow (who for most of 
the post-war period was re¬ 
garded by the state depart¬ 
ment as a dangerous commu¬ 
nist pro|>agandist. until Pres¬ 
ident Nixon read his books 
and sent him respectful mes¬ 
sages during his last illness 
this year) is alleged t> have 
been a powerful influence in 
American foreign policy. 

The quarrel can be illus¬ 
trated by a long list of specif¬ 
ic grievances, most of them 
Russian: the visit of Dr. Gcr- 
hard Schroeder, the West Gero 
man Christian Democrat poli¬ 
tician. to China; the resent¬ 
ment at Japanese contacts 


with China; the Soviet fury 
over Chinese interest in the 
Common Market; the accusa¬ 
tions that China prevented the 
landing of Russian supplies 
f;r Vietnam on Chinese soil 
during the blockade of Hanoi. 
> But one of the most ominous 
protests has been the affair of 
the new Chinese Atlas of the 
World. 

★ ★ ★ 

The atlas has not yet been 
seen in the West. So far, infor¬ 
mation about it comes only 
from the furious criticisms in 
the Soviet press. But it seems 
to be composed of almost as 
many pages of text as of 
maps. An article In Izvestia 
accuses the Chinse of every 
kind of error and distortion, 
from slighting Mongolian in¬ 
dependence through ignoring 
the socialist revolution in 
Cuba to putting inverted 
commas round the words 
"economic integration" when 
they describe Comecon, the 
Moscow-dominated economic 
grouping. 

A particularly bitter pas¬ 
sage in the Izvestia article re¬ 


bukes the Chinese for claim¬ 
ing that the Aigun and Ili 
Treaties, which defined the 
Sino-Soviet b rder in the 19th 
century, were "unequal trea¬ 
ties." The atlas, the article 
alleges, claims one and a half 
million square kilometres of 
"age-old Soviet territory." 

This seems to be an exag¬ 
geration of what the Chinese 
arc asking for in the border 
quarrel. They have always ar¬ 
gued, on extemely strong evi¬ 
dence, that the "unequal trea¬ 
ties" were forced upon a wea¬ 
kened Chinse empire by an 
imperialist Russia anxious t> 
take part in the carve-up of 
China. But they have only de¬ 
manded relatively small fron¬ 
tier corrections in the talks 
which have been going on in 
the three years since open 
fighting between Soviet and 
Chinese troops broke out 
along the Ussuri River. Given 
the current lieat of the propa¬ 
ganda war, it seems possible 
that the atlas affair is a warn¬ 
ing that the Soviet Union is 
about to take a very much 
tougher line at the frontier 
talks, or to break them off al¬ 
together. 


Among European Partners 


Defence a High Priority 


F RENCH Foreign Minister 
Maurice Schumann, has 
been visiting Bonn and Lon¬ 
don as part of preparations 
now being made for the Euro¬ 
pean Summit meeting due to 
be held in Paris on October 
19. 

The Summit — of heads of 
governments of the six 
present Common Market 
countries and the four coun¬ 
tries, Britain, Norway. Den¬ 
mark and Ireland, who are 
expected to join the market 
on January, 1973 will not 
officially include the future 
defence of Western Europe on 
its agenda. Although the Eu¬ 
ropean Economic Comnuirilty 
countries now have organized 
ministerial discussions on 
foreign policy, they have no 
arrangements for similar 
talks on defence. This is part¬ 
ly because France and the 
others have different ideas 
about how far defence should 
be co-ordinated, and how far 
it should remain within the 
framework of the North At¬ 
lantic Treaty Organization. 
Moreover, among the ten, Ire¬ 
land is nqt a member of 
NATO, but neutral. 

★ ★ ★ 

Nevertheless, future ar¬ 
rangements for the defence of 
Western Eurojie are inevita¬ 
bly connected with any talks 
about the future political de¬ 
velopment of the EEC and of 
its relations with the rest of 


By ROBERT STEPHENS 
from London 

the world, especially the Unit¬ 
ed States and Russia. In this 
respect the imminent expan¬ 
sion of the EEC is not the 
only factor now stimulating 
new thought in the European 
capitals about continental de¬ 
fence and security. 

There are two other impor¬ 
tant factors. One is the pres¬ 
sure in the United States for a 
withdrawal of at least part of 
the American forces in 
Europe a pressure which 
would be all the greater if 
Senator McGovern becomes 
the next president. The other 
is the development of the 
East-West detente, through 
the U.S.-Soviet strategic arms 
limitation talks agreement on 
limiting nuclear arms, the 
probability of a European se¬ 
curity conference next year 
and the prospect of talks be¬ 
tween NATO and the Warsaw 
Pack countries on reducing 
the forces on both sides in 
Central Europe, known in dip¬ 
lomatic jargon as mutual bal¬ 
anced force reductions. 

These two factors tend to 
have conflicting effects on Eu¬ 
ropean defence policy. A 
trend towards American with¬ 
drawal means that European 
governments might have to 
find more money and perhaps 
more men to replace the 
American forces. At the same 


by John Miles 




time the trend towards de¬ 
tente makes European public 
opinion inclined to press for 
less defence expenditure, not 
more. 

The European interest is to 
resolve this dilemma by mak¬ 
ing sure that defence policy 
and detente diplomacy go 
hand in hand. 

They want to promote the 
detente with the Soviet Union 
for political as much as mili¬ 
tary reasons but at the same 
time they do not and this 
includes France, despite her 
withdrawal from NATO's in¬ 
tegrated system — want to 
weaken the American alliance 
and especially the nuclear 
commitment of the United 
States to the defence of 
Europe. 

★ ★ ★ 

For this reason the Europe¬ 
an member* of NATO are 
now ooncemed to see that any 
talks with the Russians on 
troop reductions should be in 
close parallel with the holding 
of the European Security Con¬ 
ference. They do not want the 
talks to be part of a straight 
U.S.-Soviet military deal 
springing from the Moscow 
summit understanding be¬ 
tween Mi*. Brezhnev and 
President Nixon. 

At first it seemed as if Mr. 
Nixon had been promised by 
the .Soviet leaders that reduc¬ 
tions would be in parallel with 
the security conference. Now 
the Europeans are worried by 
signs that the Russians may 
be changing their minds and 
trying to put the cuts off until 
after the security conference. 

It seems probable, however, 
that eventually a compromise 
will be reached by which ex¬ 
ploration of the possibility of 
talks on troop cuts would 
begin at about the same time 
as preparatory talks in Hel¬ 
sinki on Nov. 22 on,the hold¬ 
ing of a European Security 
Conference. In any case, ev¬ 
eryone knows nothing serious 
can be done in either sphere 
until after the U.S. elections 
in November and perhaps not 
until after the German parlia¬ 
mentary elections a few 
weeks later. 

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★ ★ ★ 

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Bossless Worker De clares: 

Needs Someone on the Ball 



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Once young Tim Fagen had 
a foreman telling him what to 
do — like any other machine 
oper a t o r at the General Elec¬ 
tric Company plant here, and 
like practically all blue-collar 
work e r* in factories in North 
America and other countries 
as well. 

But there’s no foreman in 
Fagen’s life now. Tim is one 
of a small band of workers in 
a pilot project at the plant 
who schedule their own work, 
set up their own timecards. 
He didn’t like his old fore¬ 
man, but he does like his new 
freedom. 

In the immaculate kitchen 
of his own home, shooing his 
two small daughters away tq 
his wife, he said that his job 
had originally been set up so 
that anyone could perform it: 
pushing the buttons on a huge 
green machine which used 
tapes pre-programmed by 
computer to direct the lathing 
of machine parts for jet en¬ 
gines. 

"But,” he said, "they found 
out they had to have someone 
on the ball." The tapes, it 
turned out, often weren’t pro¬ 
grammed properly. Foremen, 
he said, began getting tough 
... "We began to lay down on 
the job. So they started the 
pilot program. Now we use 
our own ambition: If you 
want to, you can do it...” 

Fagen is one of 63 men who 
have taken part in the now 
four-year-old pilot project at 
the GE plant. Its aim: to 
make workers happier, and 
thus, hopefully, more produc¬ 
tive, by giving them more re¬ 
sponsibility. Their pay also 
went up. They operate free of 
any supervision except for 
two "directors,” a euphe¬ 
mism for company personnel 
who can be consulted for help 
or supplies when needed. 

The project is one of a 
small but increasing number 
of experiments in "job enrich¬ 
ment” around the world — at 
firms including Chrysler Cor¬ 
poration, Northwestern Tele¬ 
phone and Telegraph, Coming 
Glass Works, Texas In¬ 
struments, Polaroid Corpora¬ 
tion, Fiat of Italy, Saab of 
Sweden. 

Although there have been 
problems and a decision is to 
be made soon on whether to 
continue and-or expand the 
GE project, it underlines 
some basic thinking today. 

The idea of making the job 
itself more pleasing and satis¬ 
fying to the worker is not a 
new one. Experiments of this 
kind were tried on assembly 
lines in the 1920s. But it is 
seen by many industrial socio¬ 
logists and apparently by 
many corporations as espe¬ 
cially necessary these days 
when the new younger work 
force seems to be showing 
some of the same restlessness 
as Its college peers. 

(Hie International Union of 
Electrical Workers, whose 
Local 201 represents the Lynn 
GE plant, held a Young 
Worker’s Institute last year to 
explore the problems of young 
workers vis-a vis the uniin.) 



Tim. Fagen likes his new-found freedom 


While young workers proba¬ 
bly always have been more 
foot-loose than their elders, 
the current crop, raised in a 
more secure era, seem far 
lees afraid of losing their 
Jobs. Turnover and absen¬ 
teeism in plants with large 
numbers of young workers — 
notably In the auto industry — 
Is reported to be high. 

Union and company of¬ 
ficials and young workers in¬ 
terviewed by this and other 
reporters agree that the 
young blue-collar worker 
today is extrasensitive to dis¬ 


cipline. Fagen, who has 
worked for GE almost contin¬ 
uously since he graduated 
from high school in Lynn, re¬ 
calls the situation in his area 
of the plant before the pilot 
program: 

"You’d have a foreman 
who’s harassing the guys, and 
the young stewards would 
say, ‘He’d better shape up or 
we’ll walk out.’ There were a 
lot of small walkouts. The 
young guys stick together, but 
the older guys say ‘We’ve 
been here 20 or 30 years and 
we don't want trouble.’ ” 

There is little agreement 
among those who have stud¬ 
ied the concept of work satis¬ 
faction on whether the solu¬ 
tion to youthful worker unrest 
is higher pay, more benefits 
— or job enrichment. Two 
well-known experts, Dr. 
Harold Sheppard and Neal 
Herrick, argue in their forth-, 
coming book, Where Have All 
the Robots Gone? based on 
two large-scale surveys, that 
young workers are more con- ■* 
cerned with interesting work 
than with higher pay. 

The book is due to come out 
this month, and is published 
by Free Press-Mac Mil lan. 
Sheppard is staff social scien¬ 
tist with the Upjohn Institute 
of Employment and Research 
in Washington, D.C. Herrick 
is with the labor department. 


In the GE experiment, now 
at a turning point with both 
labor and management to de¬ 
cide its future, both sides are 
grappling with basic ques¬ 
tions : 

What really does motivate 
workers (young and old)? Do 
workers really want more re¬ 
sponsibility, and if they get it, 
can they discipline them¬ 
selves? Can management re¬ 
main within traditional lines 
and still cope with self¬ 
managing workers? How far 


can this concept be expanded 
within a plant? Can the whole 
plant "run itself?” 

The GE program was start¬ 
ed because the company was 
getting unsatisfactory output 
in 1968 from its highly com¬ 
plex and cxpensi\je tape ma¬ 
chines, each operated by one 
man, which use the pro¬ 
grammed tapes to direct the 
lathing of the jet-engine parts. 
Turnover in the work area 
was high. *•' 

Until that time, the machine 
operators had been consid¬ 
ered "button pushers,” with 
the brainwork done upstairs 
by programmers and ana¬ 
lysts. But since the tapes 
were often not properly pro¬ 
grammed. “we weren’t get¬ 
ting good output or quality 
level,” says company labor- 
relations manager Ray Hol¬ 
land. 

Suddenly, Holland says, the 
company faced a choice: 
Would it ‘‘make the guys into 
bigger button pushers” by 
putting more technical per¬ 
sonnel into the planning end 
of the jobs, or would it “ask 
the operators what they could 
contribute — in tooling, main¬ 
tenance, or whatever?” 

The company chose the lat¬ 
ter. At first the union and the 
workers involved were skep¬ 
tical. The union feared a dis¬ 
guised speed-up in production 
(a reason given by some of¬ 
ficials of other unions for op¬ 
posing such experiments in 
other plants). “People didn’t 
want to disrupt their lives and 
families for some crazy 
scheme,” recalls young union 
steward Pete Teel, a "pilot 
member and now one of the 
program's'biggest boosters. 

When the program began 
with 21 men, no foreman, six 
machines, a 10 per cent pay 
boost for its members, and 
even new uniforms, other 
union members made fun of 



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One of the major problems 
was discipline. “There were 
too many on the job who 
would skip off and get load¬ 
ed,” says Tim Fagen. When i 
the company felt discipline I 
was getting too lax, they 
asked the men to set up their 
own policing committee. “But 
nobody wanted to play cop,” 
says Teel. Gradually, he-says, 
the workers found "other 
ways of handling the problem. 
One guy never started till 9 
a.m. so one day we stood ! 
around his machine and ! 
stayed there till 9 a.m. He got 
the message." 

The men began having 
“group meetings with a lot of 
name-calling sessions and get¬ 
ting things off our chests.” 
Still, the company finally res¬ 
cinded the men’s right to go 
to lunch without punching a 
time card because of abuses. 

With the program at a turn¬ 
ing point, some of the workers 
express ambivalence about its 
future. Fagen. though visibly 
pleased that he and his co¬ 
horts have shown the com¬ 
pany they can handle mana¬ 
gerial responsibilities, says, 
“I’m in it (the program) to 
make money. I don’t care 
what the job is.” But he adds 
quickly, "It makes it a lot 
better to have no foreman. If 
I do my work in four hours I 
can do what I want, sit in my 
chair and read or do nothing. 
There’s no politics, no harass¬ 
ment. That’s what I like.” 

While he scoffs at the idea 
that the pilot program will 
make the workers “love the 
company” he reflects that 
“one of the best things the 
company ever did was to .take 
us on a tour of the engines 
and show us the parts we 
made.” He had never before 
seen the eventual result of his , 
output. 

Teel, the converted skeptic, 
has no reservations. He feels 
the program touches on the 
needs of the young worker 
“who rebels against discipline 
of any kind. He likes to get in¬ 
volved more with his work. 
Here there is a sense of free¬ 
dom in doing what you want. 
It’s the freedom, the freedom 
I like.” He admits, however, 
that not everyone welcomes 
the new responsibility. 

While management says it 


By TRUDY RUBIN from Lynn, Mam. 


is happy with the experiment, 
the gains defy easy measure¬ 
ment in profit-loss terms. Ac¬ 
cording to Holland, there is no 
significant gain in time spent 
on making parts, although 
turnover in the area of the 
pilot program is down, scrap 
(mismade parts) “has gone 
down some,” and quality, he 
feels, has improved. 

The gains have come, he 
says, in intangibles. “I think 
things get fixed more 
quickly,” he says. “Before, if 
the tape didn’t work, the oper¬ 
ator would just sit and wait 


for maintenance. Now instead 
of shutting off the machine, 
he will work with the mainte¬ 
nance man and tell him what 
to do. The operators are get¬ 
ting more involved.” 

He ways employee attitudes 
have improved greatly — in 
former years the heaviest 
number of grievances in the 
plant came from the tape- 
machines area. Since the pro¬ 
gram began there have been 
practically none. And the new 
flexibility of work roles helps 
the company. "If there is a 
rush job, guys are willing to 


shift around and work on dif¬ 
ferent maohines.” 

But what would happen to 
the program if it were ex¬ 
panded? Holland is unsure. 
Musing, he asks, as if he had 
voiced these questions to him¬ 
self many times, "Could we 
manage this if we had 100-150 
guys with no boss who could 
come and go as they want? 
Could we do it with 500? The 
traditional authoritarian style 
of management would have to 
change. We have a lot of man¬ 
agers who have been around 
for 23 years or so and aren’t 
used to this kind of show. 

"No, it’s hard to measure 
the success of this thing in 
dollars. Maybe we need a 
whole new set of measure¬ 
ments!” 


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the uniforms and jobs. The 
“new” workers themselves 
and the company were uncer¬ 
tain, too, about their goals. At 
first the company sent them 
to programming school, hop¬ 
ing they could do their own 
tapes. This proved too compli- ! 
cated. Then it suggested the 
men repair their own ma¬ 
chines, only to run up against j 
restrictions of a union shop j 
against doung different jobs. ! 
The men didn’t know how to 
do all the managerial paper I 
work and had to be trained. 

-• 

Gradually a pattern 
evolved: The men, working 
without supervision, sche- ! 
duled their own work and 
made their own assignments 
based on periodic meetings 
with the area manager who 
gave out general work quotas. 
"We could change our hours, j 
change our shifts if we felt ; 
like a long., weekend, or have 
a big party on Friday if we I 
had our work done,” says 
Pete Tmeel. After a while 
the other workers began to 
resent our freedom. There 
was a certain amount of fear 
and jealousy.” 


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Salts Ni«h Low Close Ch'ga 
5465 $9% 9% V% 

7W $51 51 51 

jOO )iiH i»% ..% — % 

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ll«0 $10% It ia 

50 *46% 46% 46V4 

2vil <M 43U 4m —15 

1100 $5 475 . 475 —25 

laou iu'A 12 izVi + >/4 

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Alta Gas P 55 $09 59 59 -1 

la Nat 150 $41 41 , 41 

10451 $23* 23% 23*- VS 

2045 HtV* 20* 40-7, 

2451 $10Vi 10* 10* 

24/5 $l4Va 1414 U‘/4 — * 

500 $5 5 5 +40 

200 $5 5 3 +5U 

700 $7* 7 7 - * 

1/UJ $/ 0% 6* — * 

325 $19* 19* 19*-1* 
4luU $4/ 36V* MV7 + Vi 

900 $25* 25* 25* 

12U) $040 0* 0* — * 

100 $15* 15* 15*+ * 
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Z5 $39* 39* 39* 

ZlU $/J /j 1-i 

2105 $25* 26* 25* 

1/5 $lt* lo* lo* 

100 $33* 33* 33* 

2M $13* 13* 13* 

513 $21* 21 21* + * 

400 $11* II* II* 

800 $12* 12* 12* + * 

4ou saw o* o*— Vt 

355 $13* 15* 15* + * 

Z40 $03* 63* 53 * 

1750 135 130 130 -5 

800 $11* 11* II*—* 
1250 $14* 14* 14* + * 
5881 $20* 20* 20* + * 
2072 $38* 38 38 

5510 $20* 20* 20* — * 
300 $5* 5* 5* 

375 $/* 7 7* + * 

925 $7* 7* 7* 

100 $18 18 18 

Z30 $11* 11* 11* 

z50 240 240 2,0 

5035 $43* 42% 43 — * 

513 $50* 50* 50* + * 
690 $51% 51* 51*—* 
Z20 440 440 440 

1476 455 440 440 —35 

310 425 420 420 + 20 


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In,and Gas 
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Jean 
Alcan pr 
Algo Cant 
Algoma St 
Algon 
Aiyunq pr 
Allarco Dv 
Alliance d 
Alumih pr 
Mirnin 2p 
Andres W 
Anglo-cn 
Anglo< pr 
Ang Cr 290 
Ang CT 315 
An.ires C p 
Aquitaine 
Argus 
Args 250 p 
Argus C pr 
Asbestos 
Asniand C 
Atco Ind 
Ati Sugar 
All Sug A 
Ati sug pr 
Atl Sug w 
Aulo Hard 
Bad Boy 
Bank Mil 
Bank N S 
Baton B 
Bay Mills 
Bay Mils P 
Beavr Eng 
Beaver L 
Becker B p 
Beldng w 
Bell Canad 
Bell A pr 
Bell B p r 
Bilfmore 
Biitmore A 
Biltmore B 
Black P 
Block Bros 
Bomac 
Bomac A 
Bombrder 
Bovls Cor 
Bow Valy 
Bowater 
Bow-m pr 
BP Can 
Bralor Res 
Bramalea 
Brama Iw 
Brescan 
Brdg Tnk p 
Bright 
Brinco 
BC Forest 
BC Pack B 
BC Sugar 
B CPhone 
BCPh 4% p 
BCPh 1955 
BCPh 5% P 
BCPh 4.84 
BCPh 6.80 
BCP 7.04 P 
Budd Auto 
Budd A w 
Burns Fds 
BuMnell 
Cad Dev 
-\E Ind 
.jtgary P 
Jalvrt Die 
Cambridg 
Campeau 
CD Sugar 


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400 
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92 $54 54 54 

100 S76* 76* 76 *—1 
100 $16* 16* 16* — * 
200 $23* 23* 23'* — % 
555 $24* 24 24 — * 

1415 $14* 14 14* + * 

530 930 930 930 -15 

8400 $15* 16 15* + * 

125 $8'* 8'* 8* 

680 $9 9 9 + * 

500 $8'* 8'* 8* 

725 $26* 26'/< 26* 

3625 200 185 200 +5 

300 $9* 9'* 9* + * 

1600 $6* 6% 6* + * 

175 $27* 27V, 27* — * 


Can Cam L 1614 $53 52 53 + * 


Columbia 1000 


+ 5 


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Compro 

cu.uHu.el ■ 

Comrecn 
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Con Bath 

cun bom p 

Con Bath w 
coSm o8 w 
C Bldg 

con , exile 
Con Dis 
cons oas 
Con Gas B 
con o.uss 
Control F 


coroy B 
cornet ind 
Corontn p 

cosiain R 
Costin R w 
c.eig bit 
Crain RL 
erwn Lila 
Crwn Trst 
crusn- Inti 
Cygnus A 
oygnus B 
Dawson D 
Oeohld B p 
Delta Ben 
Distl Seag 
Doman i 
Dome Peta 
D Bridge 
D Citrus 
D Coal pr 
Dotasco 
Dofasco p 
U*m store 
Domtar 
O Textie 
Donlee M 
Douglas L 
DR GLtd 
Du Pont 
Dustbane 
Jyiax L A 
Estn Can S 
Eddy Mfch 
E-L Fin 
E-L Fin 


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inter Clw 1000 
IBM 56 

! nr ° Util 4 3 m 
int Util A M0 
inter poo I 7635 
int Dlv 300 
mtpr Pipe 5915 
Int Pipe w 923 
Ipsco 3772 

Ip sco p 4M 
inv Grp A 3000 
Inv Grp 5 p 300 
Irwin Toy. 725 

Island Tel 100 
IT Lind 500 
Ivaco ind 1700 

iwc. ind 2500 
Kaiser Re 1000 
Kaps Tran 2615 
Keeprlta B 200 
Kelly DA 925 

Kelsey H 450 

Keivinatr 4025 
Kenting 500 

Koffler 9810 
Koffie rA p 300 
t>% — * Koffler w 106 

* ='i L.*Stt pr s 

Laid law M 5270 
Lallaw ftp 100 
LOnt Cam 1575 
Laura Sac 100 
Lau Fin 1050 
Lau F 1.2S 400 

Lad Fn 140 2/5 
Lau F 2.00 25 

Leigh Inst 154u 
Leons Fm 400 
Liteinves 300 
Life inv w 500 


Realty 
WSuppIs A 


75 70 71 

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litu $u* li II 
2530 $27% 27% 27%—* 

Z50 350 335 350 

3<U0 SIU* lU iU* + * 

200 350 360 350 

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161 55 55 55 

JV/J 5*u 5*0 5oO —20 

12600 260 255 260 +5 

JWO **-0 —4 — 5 

14515 $35 33* 34 - 1 

yaw $.«% ia* ia% — * 
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k.uU »o* i5* i5* 

5700 260 250 250 —10 

^030 »i9 i«% i8*—* 

z25 $22% 22% 22% . 

*Ui MO 233 2oO +5 

100 215 215 215 

100 $8% 8% 

100 330 330 
1U0 400 400 ... 

807 $14% 14* 14* 

1U3U $44* 48 48* + * 

100 $19* 19* 19* + * 

1100 VI5w 15* 15* - * 

3560 $7% 7% P' 

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400 J4% 4* 

5U $80 80 

100 $6% 4' 

5315 $37% 3/ 

915 $13% 13* 13% + * 

1231 $41* *0* 40*+ 

200 $33 33 33 - * L ncoln Tr 

600 $12 12 14 — * Llvlngsto 

600 $34 34 34 I Living w 

1/69 $48* 28* 28* — * Lob Co A 
105 $74* 74 74* ‘ Lob Co B 

3105 $16% 16* 16-*, Lob Co pr 
4750 $15* 15* 15* — * Lob G A pr 
9i0 $29% 29* 29* + * 


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$23 23 23 

$14% 14% 14%—* 

$13% 13% 13% , 

$10 9% 10 + * 

520 500 410 —15 
$309* 309* 309* +5* 

$34, 33* 34 + % 

$42* 42 42* 

$30 50 30 — 1 Whoook A 

317 14* 17 + * 

315 313 315 —5 
$21* 21 21 
$12* ' 


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$13% 13* 
$40 40 

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200 $8* 8 

1400 285 260 

100 $•% ... 

1429 $40* 30* 30* + * 

100 $ 6 * 6 * 6 * + * 

1350 $16* 16* lo-* — * 

160 $17 17 17 - * 

500 $12* 12* 12*-* 
100 $9* 9* 9* 

100 360 360 360 


30 

$35 

35 

35 w 

Electro K 

700 

380 

375 

375 


1350 

$17% 

17* 

17*— * 

Electro ltd 

4120 

$18% 

18% 

If* 


805 

225 

210 

210 —15 

Emco 

100 

$5% 

5% 

5% 


2625 

480 

46-5 

480 

Erie D 

• 600 

$9* 

9* 

9* 


300 

310 

310 

310 — 5 

Erie D A 

1820 

$8% 

8* 

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233 : 

$21* 

20% 

21 

Exquisite 

Z50 

460 

480 

480 


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$39 

39 

39 — * 

Exquite pr 

200 

$7* 

7* 

7* - 

* 

100 

$19% 

19% 

193/4 _ * 

Fairview 

1200 

$13% 

13% 

13% 


885 

$6 

5% 

5% — * 

Falcon 

4348 

$63* 

02 

02* — 

1 

1200 

$22 

22 

22 

Fed Grain 

2350 

$9% 

9* 

9% 


100 

$30* 

30* 

30* — * 

Fldelty M S 

150 

$11% 

11% 

11% 


855 

$22* 

22% 

22* + % 

Fields S 

1300 

$18* 

18 

18 — 

% 

325 

$59 * 

59 

59 — 1 

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700 

$27 

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C Cem L p 
Can Malt 
- Can Malt p 

C.TO 

C Safway p 
Cdn Brew 
C Brew Ap 
C Brew Bp 
C Cablesy 
C Cable w 
Cdn Can A 
CC Man A 
Cdn Food 
CG Invest 
C Goldie 
C Hpdr 


F City Fin 
Fleet Mfg 
Fleet w'd 
Foodex S. 

Ford Cnda 
Seasons 
F Sea A pr 
FSeason w 
FPE Plon 
FPE Pn p r z35 $80 
Fraser 
Fruehauf 
Gaz Metr 
Gaz 5.40 p 
Gaz M 63w 
Gaz M 66w 
Gdn Mang 
Gen Distrb 


loo G 2pr 


Lob G B pr z125 


Loep M 
Maclarn A 
Madam B 

Mclan H A 
MH Cable 
M BLtd 
Magna El 
Magna son 
,„oyneics 
Maislin I 
M Lt Gard 
M Lf Mills 
Mapiex M 
Maritime 
wwrilm A p 
Markboro 
Mas-F 
McGraw H 
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MEPC 
iWcPw w 
Melchers 
,»»eiron K E 
Mercantil 
me; Tr-st 
M.CC 
nn,c, usyst 
Milt Brick 
<«>u,son m 
M olson B 


4050 

12118 

100 


+ * 
12* + * 
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Jt* 9* 9* + * 
122* 22* 22* 

$13* 13* 13* 

flo 10 10 

340 340 340 — 5 

58* M*-* 

$S* io* *8* + * 

$15 15 15 — % 

$7% 7% 7% — * 

$10* 9* 9% - * 

$13 10* 11* t % 

$10% M* 10* + * 
$11% II 10% - * 
$9* 9* 9* 

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»* 29% 29% - * 
$13% 13* 13*— * 
$ 12 * 12 * 12 * - * 

p is ■*B - 4 

$13* 13% 13% - * 
$14* 14 14 - * 

$18* 18* 18* 

$25* 25* 26* - * 
$8* 8* 8* — * 
$14* 14* 14* — * 
$7* 7* 7e* — * 

85 85 85 —1 

$1/ 17 17 — % 

$13* 13* 13*—% 
950 950 950 -20 

txu ilk Ili 
SOt, In, O-T, 

$5* 6* 6* 

$30* 30 30* - * 

$19% 19% 19%—% 
$59 59 69 —1 

$20% 20* 20* 

395 395 395 

$18% 18* 18* - * 
$ 22 * 22 * 22 * + * 
$17* 17 17 

$17* 17 17* + * 

$25* 24% 24% 

$8* 8* 8* 

$15* IS* 15* - * 
ilu llu llu 
$13% 13% 13% - * 
$28% 28% 28% — * 
$17 17 17 

425 400 425 

$21 21 21 - * 
S10* 10* 10* 

$8* 8 8* + * 
$16% 15* 16% 


Wbur A p 
Wcoast Pt 
W Pat A p 


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A p 405 $51 


100 $44 41* 43* - * 

4140 $10* 10* M%— * 

255 $32* 32* 32* + * 

1777 $2t* 2|* 28* 




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IIS* li* 15* — f 
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n*+ * 


Wiley Oil 
Wlnco S 
Wlx Corp 
Wood Alex 
" A 


750 114% 14% . .. 

300 $22 21% 21% 

100 15 10 10+5 

450 $14 16 14 - * 

075 $17% 17% 17% - * 

..z .t-. | % $%-% 


450 


Jti 


liars 

nth 


400 

. . 2$% 20% r 
300 $1]% 11% 11% 

350 $17 14% 15% 

100 310 300 310 +5 


Toronto Oils 


Stock Salas High Low Close Ch'ga 


Alt East G 1925 770 760 76$ 

Akninex 2000 630 620 630 

Am LtdUC 1600 7 7 7 

A Quasar P 2160 910 885 910 

Asamera 5100 $14* 13* 14 
6600 570 555 555 

200 220 220 220 

500 325 325 325 

3120 115 114 114 

950 460 450 460 

12500 715 700 705 

1300 385 380 385 

1700 127 125 127 

4200 380 370 380 

5900 850 8X 845 

3400 535 


8 P OG 
racell P 


Moore 


| NaChrs I 
urug 


100 $19* 19* 19* + * ; GMC 
450 $29% 29* 29% + * Genstar L 
600 90 90 90 + 1 | Gnstar L w 

2000 $21% 21% 21% f * Gesco Dis 
1485 $22* 22* 22*—* Glendale 
100 $83 83 83 + %'Glengair 

2311 $7% 7* 73/4 Gleng B p 

50 $31 31 31 Gleng U 

50 $37 37 37 | Gold Crest 

2025 $20% 20* 20* ] Goodyer 

995 650 650 650 +10 I Graft G 

400 $8* 8* 8* — * Grab I B 
702 $18* 18* 18* IGL Paper 
100 $10* 10* 10*—* G LPower 
750 $79* 79* 79% + *! GN Capital 
8100 $6% 6* 6* iGt WLife 

7180 $13* 12% 12% 


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C Imp Bank 3815 $27% 27* 27* - 


C Ind Gas 
CIL 

Clnterurb 
C Intrurb p 
C Manoir 
C Marconi 
C Ocdental 
CP inve pr 
CP Inve w 
CP Ltd 
CPL A p 
CPL $3. pr 
Cdn Salt 
Cdn Tire 
Cdn Tire A 
C U»l 15 pr 
C Util 


4898 $10* 10* 10* + 1 a 
1537 $17% 17* 17* + V 
500 3C0 300 300 

950 $9* 9* 9* + M 
500 425 410 410 -20 

1600 495 490 495 +10 

4057 $11% 11* 11* + 3V 
7875 $25 24* 25 * 

2620 275 265 270 

62688 $16* 15% 16 —Vs 
890 S10* 10* 10* — % 
100 $9 9 9 

200 $18* 18* 18* 

180 $56% 16 56% + * 

976 $54* 54 54* 

z20 $66* 66* 66* 

520 $20 Vi 20* 20* + * 


CWN G 4 pr Z50 $11* 11* 11* 


Canrcn 
C*oit Div 
Cara 

Carma D 
Cassidy L 
CC Yachts 
CDP Com 
Ce(ane«e 
Celan 175 P 
C C CN 
Chat-Gai 
Chrvsler 

Cimco A 
Coch-Dunn 


300 $23% 23% 23% + * 

vCO 63 63 63—3 

2400 $7* 7* 7* + * 

200 $7 7 7 — * 

700 $6* 6* 6* — VS 

24*0 450 435 440 —10 

1000 245 245 245 — 5 

6'00 375 340 340 -35 

350 $20 19* 19Vi - % 

10550 511* 11* 11* + Vs 

125 $26* 26* 26* 

695 $30 j93/ 4 29% — * 

100 $15 15 IS 

zlO S38 38 38 


Gt West S 
Grey G 
Greyhnd C 
Greyhnd 
<JSW Cl A 

8 S WCI B 
S WC pr 
Guar Trst 
Gulf Can 
Gulf Corp 
Halifax D 
H Group 
Ham Tr 
Hardee 
Hardee pr 
Hard Carp 
Hard Crp A 
Harlequin 
Harris JS 
Harveys F 
Hawke- S 
Hays Dna 
Hedway C 
Home A 
Home B 
Horne Pit 
Hoden DH 
H Bay Co 
H BOil Gas 


Nor Cfl Bp 325 
Nor U 2/0 P Z4U 
Nor Ct 150 p 1905 


666 $13* 13% 13* 

1200 195 185 185 -10 

100 $18 18 18 

654 $22* 22* 22* - * 

134 $100 99 100 +1% 

800 $9% 9% 9% + * 

350 $12% 12* 12% + * 

200 615 615 615 + 5 

800 $20 20 20 

z35 $80 80 .80 

420 $15 14* *44* — * 

750 $40* 40* 40Vi — Vi, Morse B pr 
100 490 490 490 

zlO $70 70 70 

1100 64 60 61 —4 

500 190 190 190 

700 $1* 8* 8* —V. u 

100 $32* 32* 32*+ * N Nurmg H 
z81 $74 73% 73% 

4737 $15 14% 15 + 

150 475 475 475 

125 $6* 6* 6 : . 

1850 $11* 11 11* 

3035 200 190 200 +10 

900 330 325 325 — 5 

600 $6% 6* 6* 

2150 $8* 7% 8 — * - 

25 $260 260 260 — 2 Nor Ctl G 

115 $30% 30* 30% + * Nor Ltl 65p 
600 $9* 9* 9* 

1800 $15% 15% 15% 

800 $18% 18% 18% 

z^O $8* 8* 8* 

52 $73 73 73 — * 

9!0 $7* 6% 7 — * 

1400 305 385 385 — 5 

200 1 50 1 50 1 50 

135 $21* 21* 21* + 

800 $18* 18* 18* 

875 $19 18* 18* - * 

25 $78 78 78 

1430 $14% 14* 14% + * 

3195 S3S* 35 35 — % 

800 $24* 24* 24* — % 

500 200 200 200 

1950 $17* 17* 17* - * 
z50 $16 16 16 

800 no no no 

65$no no no 

100 $23* 23* 23* - * 

360 $23* 23* 23* — * 

z75 $9* 9* 9* 

100 310 310 310 + 5 

1000 115 115 115 + 5 

1130 355 350 330 — 5 

139 $24* 24* 24* — * 

300 $5% 5% 5% 

9175 $37 36* 36* - % 

100 $30 36 30 — * 

300 315 315 315 - 5 

-00 $7* 7* 7* 

4770 $18% 18* 18* — * 

_ . .. 775 $45* 45* 45* + * 

HB Oi IG pr 1200 $54 53* 53* — * 

Huron EH 1735 $32* 32 32* + % 

Husky OI I 1350 $16 15* 16 + * 

Husky A pr 75 $4?* 42* 42* — * 

Husky B pr ZlO $42* 42* 42* 


7* 


1540 

350 

12825 


z5 

lwU 

22510 


$15 14% 

$7* 7* 

2/5 270 ZO — 3 

$7* 7* 7* 

2au 280 280 
$20 25* 25% - * 

$42 20* 20*—1* 

$26* 25* 25* - % 
$8 /% 8 + * 
$5* 480 5* +75 

$3U i9% 2V% — * 

$29* 29* 29* 

S.WA 19* 19* + * 
$46* 46 40* 

jy* uv/a 

$37 37 37 +1 

90 60 b/ — 7 

$19 18* 19 + * 

$5 4V3 5 +15 

$6* 6* 6* 

$/* / * / * 

250 250 250 — 5 


Braise 
C Geother 
C Nor West 
CS Pete 
CS Pete w 
C Bonanza 
C Ex Gas 
C Homtstd 
C Reserve 
C Sup O 
Candat Oil 
Chleftn 
Dacca R 
Francana 
Gr Plains 
Gt COIlsds 
Huston 
Houston w 
Inter Tech 
Lochlel 
Mldcon 
Mineral R 
Nat Pete 
NC Oils 
Northld 
Numac 
Oakwood P 
Page Pet 
P ocean 
PanCdn P 
Peruv 
Petrol 
Pinnacle P 
Place G 
Ponder 
Pevto Oils 
Puma P 
Puma P w 
Ram 
Ranger 
Scurry Rn 
Siebens 
Sogepet 
Spoon 
Sundle 
To*al Pet 
Total P A 
Tr Can Res 
U Can 
Un Reef P 
Ulster Pet 
Voyager P 
Wstates 
W Decalta 


530 


+ 10 


21850 $49* 48% 49* - % 

218 $ 11 * n* n*—* 

18502 $12* 11% 12* + % 

3500 390 390 390 — 5 
1375 660 660 660 
1170 $33* 33* 33* + * 


1000 


2500 
2500 
2000 57 

6250 285 
800 73 

2500 36 

7300 275 


775 

760 

775 

+25 

289 

275 

281 

— 4 

55 

50 

55 

— 2 

X 

85 

90 

+ 5 

108 

165 

107 

+ 1 

89 

83 

83 

— 8 

X 

68 

69 

— 1 

160 

158 

160 

+ 5 

565 

555 

565 

+ 15 

70 

69 

69 


$17* 

17* 

17% 


135 

135 

135 

— 9 

265 

252 

265 

+ 10 

$15* 

14* 

15 

+ * 

$14 

13* 

14 


42 

42 

42 


130 

129 

129 


38 

38 

38 


78 

76 

76 

— 1 


Closing Averages ^ ^ ^ New York 

O Close Krtw#s_ 4J* 

In Toronto Slide 


New York (Dow Jooee) 

SO Industrial. 990.18, up 4.1S 


SO Transport’,, 
19 UtUlUen 
07 Stocks 


12J.9S, dn 0.11 

110.31, dn o.ta 

300.01, up 0.01 


Volume 13.07 million. 


Toronto 

194 Industrials S10.S9, dn 0.13 
U Golds 303.90, up 1.20 

to Base Metals 44.73. dn 0.19 
19 Western Oils 391.09, np 0.40 
Volume t.Ot million. 


Montreal 


13 Utilities ... 193.79 dn .04 

7 Banks . 370.00 %> .04 

39 Composite .. 313.40 dn .49 

99 Industrials ....226.01 dn .99 

3 Papers 93.19 dn .93 

Volume 1.49 million 


Dollar 


MONTREAL 

if.S. dollar .9$ »/32 

Pound starling . 2.40 9/|0 
NIW YORK 

Canadian dollar. 1.01 4S/64 + 1/f 
Pound sterling . 2.44 47/04 + 1/32 


- 1/32 
+ 1/14 


Active Stocks 


TORONTO 

Volume 
42688 Cdn Pacific 16 
*56J6 Inti Nickel 34 
22510 Moore Corp 40* 

16515 Cons Distributing 34 
12825 Mice Investments 25* 
12600 Cons Building 260 
12300 Occldantar Pete 14% 
12118 Massey-Ferguson 10% 
10550 CFCN Commun 11* 
10451 Alcan Aluminium 23* 


Close Chga 
— * 
+ * 


TORONTO (CP) — Prices 
on the Toronto stock market 
dipped lower for the sixth 
straight session Wednesday in 
moderate trading. Most ana¬ 
lysts predict no Immediate 
change in direction. 

The industrial Index, consid¬ 
ered a major Indicator of the 
market trend, fell .23 to 
210.86. Its lowest close in 
almost five weeks. 

Consumers Distributing lost 
1 to J34, Falconbridge Nickel 
1 to 5641/., Gulf Oil \ to 524)4 
Surpass Chemical 9 cents to 
80 cents and Celanese 35 cents 
to 53.40. 

Consumers’ Gas Co. offered 
to purchase 2.5 million out¬ 
standing shares of Cygnus 
Corp. Ltd. of Calgary at 58 a 
share. 

Trading in Cygnus class A 
snd B shares was halted at 
the opening but was resumed 
about 1 p.m. 

The A shares closed at 5741. 
up 2)4 and the class B at 57%. 
up 2. 

Slow Trade 

NEW YORK (AP) — The 
stock market managed to start 
and finish the session with a 


Mint* and Old 

73800 Acma Gas 29* —J* 

47945 Sunnlngdala Oils 680 +30 

42500 Silver Maque IS 

41550 Chemalloy Mini 265 
41500 Cdn Lancourt 25 


Dividends 


- * 


+2 


NIW YORK 


250500 Textron 

31* 

—1* 

176200 Occident Pet 

15 

+ % 

147900 Am Tel Tel 

44% 

+ * 

147100 Uni royal 

16* 

— % 

117600 Merrill Lynch 

27% 

+ % 

114800 US Gypsum 

25* 

— * 

107200 Curtiss Wrt 

51* 

+ % 

105100 Sperry Rend 

42* 

+ % 

96800 East Air Line 

23* 

+ * 

94900 Bausch Lomb ‘ 

39 

+ * 

84500 Prlzer 

40% 

+ * 

83600 Matsushita El 

24 

+ % 

80500 Winnebago 

30% 

+ 1* 

79300 Whirlpool 

34 

unch 

78900 Sears Roe 

106 

—1 


3000 $20% 20* 20%- 
300 $15% 15* 15% 
455 $11* 11* 11*- 


600 

145 

143 

143 

— 2 

16200 

75 

70 

72 

— 1 

47945 

085 

635 

680 

+30 

8650 

715 

695 

715 

+ 10 

p 1915 $10'* 15% 15% — 

4700 

89 

87 

87 

+ 1 

31967 

870 

820 

840 

—20 

500 

14 

14 

14 


6600 

146 

144 

145 


1890 

630 

625 

630 


100 

700 

200 

700 

-50 

1175 

615 

610 

610 

— 5 


124425 Montreal Trust 

19* 


34795 Rapid Data 

16 

- * 

26600 Domtar 

15* 

— * 

X460 Belgium 

24* 

+2 

18800 Prefac 

230 

+5 

18727 Cdn Pacific 

16 

— * 

14995 Hud Bay Mng 

22* 


14925 Mice Invest 

25 

— % 

14405 Inti Nickel 

33i,i 

+ % 

12925 Val Mar 

340 

-10 


Cassiar Asbestos Ltd., class A 
20 cents; payable Oct. X; record 
Sept. 29; xd Sept. 27. 

Cimco Ltd. class A 20 cants; 
payable Oct. 1; record Sept. 18; 

Xd D#mfnlon' Dairies Ltd. 40 cents; 
payable Oct. 10; record Sept. 29; 
xd Sept. 27. 

Livingston Industrtos Ltd. 6 cants; 
payable Oct. 31; record Oct. 13; 
xd Oct. 11. 

National Saa Products Ltd. class 
A 11 cants, class B 9.35 cents; 
both payable Oct. 10; record Sept. 
29; xd Sept. 27. 

Steinberg's Ltd. c I a s s A 12 
cents; payable Dec. 1; record Nov. 
10; xd Nov. .Jt. 

Trans Canada Pipelines Ltd. 25 
cents; payable Oct. 1; record Sept. 
29: xd Sept. 27. 

Westfair Foods Ltd. class A X 
cents; payable Oct. 13; record Sept. 
15; xd Sept. 13 

Winnipeg Supply and Fual Co. 
Ltd. $3.20; payable Sept. 22; record 
Sept. 19; xd Sept. 15. 


Mines 

128000 N.A. Rare 
86600 Afl Tungsten 
62000 Ml Jamie 
46000 Invlctus Oil 
25200 Falllnger 


Eca; Market 


Grade A large 
Grade A medium 
Grade A small 
Grade B 


TORONTO MINES 


Stock I 

Acme 
Advocate 
Agrico E 
Akaitcho 
Aldona 
Allied Mng 
Am Larder 
Ang Ruyn 
Ang UD 
Argosy 
Armore 
Asoc Pore 
Afl C Cop 
Bankeno 
Barex 
Bary Expl 
Betlm 
Bl Hawk 
Brameda 
Brenoa M 
Brunswk 
Cam Mine 
Camflo 
Cam Chib 
Camp RL 
C Tung 
Cdn Arrow 
C Jamiesn 
Cn Lncrt 
C Merrill 
Cassiar 
Cent Pat 
Chmly 
Chesfrvile 


Net | Lost River 
High Low Close Ch'ge | Lytfon M 
) 31 27 29* —5* I Madeline 

) 165 165 165 " • 

) 3X 325 3X 


44 


55 


44 


Zl6 


140 


27 

1000 13 
1000 37 
1659 46 
2070 840 
1000 17 
2500 102 


102 102 — 2 


8700 122 
1139 115 
600 490 
2675 385 
2006 22 
2100 485 
2750 015 
1000 $34 
1100 160 
13 


$19* 19* 19* 

ir. 


120 


IX 

115 — 4 

485 485 -10 

375 385 +10 

21* 21*- * 


Madsen 
Malarfic 
Man Bar 
Martin 
I M3ttgmi 
Me Adam 
I Me Infyre 
; Mentor 
l Meta Uran 
i Midrim 
Moneta P 
NBU Mine 
New Afh 
| Newconx 
N Dmen 
N Gvue 
Newlund 


485 +10 


615 


900 510 
500 195 
2227 410 
3500 61 

300 105 
2200 46 

3500 13 

5700 $34 
3000 44 

360 $53 
500 92 

1400 11 

1500 
1000 
7300 240 
500 14 

250 535 
10000 42 

10575 16 

5000 *" 


500 +15 


195 


410 
58 

105 

46 46 +1 

12* 12*- * 
33% 33% — * 


105 


44 


51* S3 + 1 

92 92 —3 

11 11 

14* 14* 14* 

65 65 65 

• 230 230 —16 

14 14 

535 535 

40 42 +2 

15* 10 + 1 

26'* 26* 20* — 


N Senator 
Noble M 


415( 


165 


Norttvgaf 
N Rock 
Obrien 
Orchan 
Pamour 
Pan Centr 
Patino N V 


560 

8 

550 

§ . 

555- 

_g.. 

+ 15 

7? 

72 

72 

— 1 

13 

13 

13 


55 

55 

55 

- 2 

630 

610 

610 

-20 

155 

145 

155 

+ 4 


1270 $16% 16'i 10% — * I Pick Crow 


Cbestf 
Chib Kay 
Chimo 


41550 265 


Coldstm 
Co Met 
Coniagas 
Con Fardy 
C Durm 
C Marben 
C Morisn 
Con Negus 
Con Nichol 
C Rambler 
Coo Fields 
Coulee 
Craigmf 
CrowDank 
D'Aragon 
Deer Horn 
D'Elda 
Delhi Pac 
Denison 
Dicknsn 
Dome 
D Explo 
Dynasty 
Earat Mai - 
East Suit 
Falcon C 
Frobex 
Gnt Mascf 
Giant Yk 
Gibraltar 
Goldray 
Goidrim 
Granduc 
Granisle 
Gren Pnt 
Kellnor 
Headway 
Hlghmont 
Holllnger 
Huds Bay 
Int Mogul 
iso 
Joliet 
Jonsm 
Jorex Ltd 
Joutel 
Kerr Ad 
K Anacon 
Kilembe 
Kirk Min 
Lab Min 
L Shore 
La Luz 
LL Lac 


220 


2500 5 

3950 100 
z31 220 
10582 13* 12 

500 43 43 

3032 51 51 

12700 X 47 

3100 145 144 


12C 


155 


Pine Point 
Placer 
• Preston 
■ * J Pure Silv 
2 Q Man 
R adore 
* ! Rayrock 
Redstore 
1 Rio Algom 
■2 Rio 580 pr 
Roman 
Satellite 


Z450 16* 16* 16'* 

X925 410 400 410 

700 345 340 345 +5 

7266 285 282 285 4- 4 

IX $28 28 20 — * 

zlO 15 15 15 

310 $31% 31* 31*—* 
4785 $42* 42 42*—'* 

500 975 975 

195 


6X 200 
13000 11 

2000 32 

BOO 107 
5X0 38 


—25 


10 


10 


32 

105 105 - 

33 35 + 

2518 $19% 19* 19% 

90 $81 81 81 — 

5800 745 7X 730 —’ 

4000 6* 6* 6* + * 

8683 ‘ ■ 


$15* 15* 15* - 


xoo 

1000 

4000 

23033 

2000 


5 

5 

5 

18 

18 

18 + 

8, 

7-* 

8 — 

40 

37 

37* - 

10 

10 

10 - 

$31 

30% 

30% 

265 

260 

205 - 

$71* 

71 Va 

71* — 

100 

95 

95 - 

540 

930 

930 - 

245 

245 

245 

235 

235 

235 - 

$12* 

72* 

12* + 

35 

35 

35 

535 

520 

520 - 

745 

745 

745 + 

$10% 

I 10* 

10*- 


4—w 1 

2 1 13* 13* + * 
360 370 

750 750 +X 

17 17 


900 44 

X00 13V 

725 370 
500 750 
13500 18 

zSOO 

500 6* 6* 6% 

100 175 175 175 
2410 $42 41 41 

1435 $22% 22* 22'* 

2X $10* 10* 10* + * 


200 

166 

106 

166 


3000 

22 

22 

22 


11000 

9* 

9* 

9* + * 

2700 

105 

103 

105 


1500 

45 

43 

43 

— 2 

32211 

$11% 

10% 

11 

+ * 

Z100 

19 

19 

19 


500 

175 

175 

175 


9'00 

14 

12 

14 

+ 1* 

300 

$40 

39 

39 

— % 

200 

330 

325 

325 

— 5 

1300 

325 . 

320 

325 


1400 

206 

XI 

201 

—10 


Sigma 

1500 

$10* 

10% 

10* +60 

Sil Miller 

1000 

5 

5 

5 + 

* 

Sllmq 

42500 

15 

15 

15 — 

* 

Sfanrck 

4400 

40 

38 

38 — 

l* 

Sfeeo R 

5800 

191 

190 

IX 


Sullivan 

1000 

232 

231 

232 + 

1 

Sunbrst E 

3300 

11 

11 

11 — 

1 

Tara 

1750 

$15% 

15* 

15%- 

* 

Teck Cor A 

1118 

500 

500 

500 


Teck Cor B 

273 

450 

450 

450 


Texore 

1000 

9 

9 

9 


Tex-Sol ■ 

2500 

47 

44 

44 — 

2 

Thom L 

1000 

21 • 

21 

21 — 

1 

Tombill 

3000 

75 

75 

75 - 

1 

Tormex M 

TOO 

133 

133 

133 + 

3 

Trlhaq 

1600 

47* 

47 

471/2 + 

3 

U Asbesto 

1020 

390 

380 

385 + 

5 

U Keno 

<00 

440 

440 

440 


U Siscoe 

1550 

231 

230 

230 — 

2 

Uoo Cen 

300 

275 

270 

275 + 

5 

West Mine 

3720 

315 

310 

315 + 

3 

Westfield 

400 

110 

110 

110 — 

2 

Wsffield w 

700 

41 

41 

41 


Whithorse 

Z60 

240 

240 

240 


Wlllroy 

200 

125 

125 

125 — 

1 

Win-Eld 

8000 

11* 

11* 

11* 


Woodreef 

7900 

120 

115 

ns - 

5 

Wr Harg 

200 

113 

115 

115 


Yk Bear 

800 

400 

400 

400 — 

5 

vokon C 

310 

140 

140 

i4<r - 

4 

Zenmac 

3005 

• It 

10* 

10* -re- 

'/» 

Zulapa 

2000 

10* 

10* 

10*— 

* 


+ 

+ 

+ 



Primary Distribution 

The shares of the following companies 

may be considered as being In primary 

distribution 

through the facilities of the 

Exchange 

pursuant to 

9 Statement 

of 

Material Fact. 





e — previously 

issued shares. 


Nonex e 

3700 

23 

23 

21 - 

* 

Texmont 

5000 

42 

41 

41* — 

* 


Nor Ctl 
NS Savngs 
Nowsco W 
NSI Mark 
NuWesi D 
NAIL Fin 
Ociu IP 
Okanagan 
jnioriy Tr 
Orlando R 
UaF .nd 
Oshawa A 
usnawd w 
Pac Pete 
Pac West A 
Pancana I 
Peel Eider 
Pembin A 
Pembin B 
Penningtn 
PC Jwi A 
P Dept S 
Peiroiina 
Phillips Cb 
Pitts Eng 
Pow Cor p 
Pow Crp pr 
Pow C 5 pr 
Pre Caole 
Price Com 
Quinte m 
R ank Org 
Readers D 
Realty C A 
Realty C w 
Reed Oslr 
Reicnhold 
Reich wt 
Reltman A 
Reveistk 
Keve.stx p 
Rileys D 
RLittle 
Ronald Fd 
Rothrnan 
Rothmn w 
rfotnm 2p 
Royal Bnk 
Royal i i st 
Ryl T M 
Russel a 
S t Maurice 
aanciweh 
Sayvette 
Schneld b p 
Scot York 
Scot Lasal 
Scot Paper 
Seaway w 
Seco Cem 
Selkirk A 
Shaw Pipe 
Shell inv P 
Shell <nv w 
Shell A 
Shully's 
Sifton Pro 
bllverwd A 
Silverwd B 
Simpsons 
Simpson S 
Sklar M 
Sklar W 
Skyline H 
Slater Stl 
Slat Steel p 
Slat WCan 
Sonor IA p 
Southam 
Stef lord 
St Brodcst 
St Paving 
Steico 
Steinbg A 
Steintron 
Sfer Trust 
Stuart Hs 
Stuart Oil 
Supas C 
Tancord 
Teledyn# 
Texaco 
Texaco pr 
Texas Gu I 
Thom Nes 
Tone Craft 
Toromont 
Tor Dm Bk 
Tor Star B 
Traders A 
Trader B P 


490 470 490 + 20 

$i9% w* iy% — * 
45 43 43 —2 

$%* 1j* U* 

$X 20 20 

>i5* io* 1 5* —1* 
$39% 39* X 1 * + Ve 
$6* o% 6'/e 
$ 12 * 12 * 12 * 

W/ 36% 30% — * 
$27 26* 26* — * 

$38 38 38 

$26 25* 25% - * 

SJo 535 530 — 5 

$22 22 22 + * 

$.0% 10% 10% 

$ 12 * 12 * 12 * + * 
$10 10 10 

250 2X 2X 


■ % 


$iU 


9% 


$13 


V* 10 


14 % 

12 * 

8-4 - * 
9% + * 


12* 12% - * 
... 135 135 

$42* 42* 42* + Ve 
$23 2 j 2o — * 
320 315 315 

$10% 16* lb% + * 

$6* 6* 0* 

$6* 8% O' 4 — * 

$17% 17% 17% 

$X'/4 X* 20* — * 
$14 13% 13% — * 

$25 ','4 25* 25* — * 
$12 12 12 
*22% 22 22* + * 
$12* 12* 12* — * 
$31 * 31 * 3. * — % 
$13 13 13 - * 

$21* X% 2u% — * 
$ 10 * 10 * 10 * — '/• 
220 220 220 —10 
$27 27 27 - * 

$24 23% 24 

$0% 0* 6% + * 
353 3X 3X —15 
$11 10 * 10 %-* 
$22* 22 22 — * 
$12* 12* 12* - * 
$13% 13% 13% 

$X* X* X* - % 
$15* 15* 15* + * 
195 IX 180 —15 

$9' a 7% 7% - * 

$X* X* X* 

$20* 2j* 20* — % 
600 650 655 

$23* 23% 23* 


VANCOUVER TRADING 


INDUSTRIALS 


Stock Sales 

High Low Close CtYee 

Alcan Al 

500 

$23* 

23* 

23* 


All Can B 

100 

440 

440 

440 

-10 

All Can A 

300 

465 

440 

440 

-35 

Balco Ind 

350 

$12* 

12 

12* 


Bank BC 

4 

$22% 

22% 

22% 


Bk Mont 

700 

$20% 

20% 

20% 


Block Br 

400 

325 

320 

320 

—10 

Cdn Pacific 

200 

$16 

16 

16 

— '• 

Canferra 

3300 

$91 

85 

90 

+ 10 


10000 

> xo 

2X0 


Col Brew 
Computrex 
Cons Bear 
Cornat Ind 
Crestwd 
Delta A pr 
Delta Hotel 1040 300 


2400 310 
9000 60 

ICO 375 
3815 265 


295 TOO +15 


Dom Doman 200 $13* 13* 13%- 


100 170 
7500 X 
600 285 


+4 


170 
46 X 

_ 275 285 

50 $17% 17% 17% 
1500 $26% 20* 20% + 
700 $13* 13* 13* 
35X S9* 9 9* 

220 


2X 


215 


500 

3500 


Dunhlll D 
EDP Indus 
Fidelity Tr 
Field 

Finning Tr 
First City 
F Season 
Gr Pac In 
Gregory In 1000 225 
Hobrough 500 
H Canada 600 
Imp Marine 2500 
Imasco Ltd X0 
Integ Wd 200 
Inti Hydro 

InterpleP 
Inti Visual 
lonarc 
Kaiser Res 
K Devong 
K Indust 
Lancer 
Mass-F 
Mercuria 
N Nur Ho 
N Cen Gas 
PWA 

PWA A pr 
Pot Dlst 
Redhlll Inv 
G Sparlin 100 

Steel 200 

Steintron 200 

Sun A 200 

Thermo P X100 
U5S» 35* 35* + '/.'Trans Amer ISO 
$: 1 * 41 41*— * T C Glass 200 

$15* 15* 1_5* -1* J. r C Pjoe 50C0 $45* 45% 45* 


45C0 


2X0 


100 


310 

310 

310 

315 

310 

310 

52 

48 

50 

$27 

27 

27 

350 

330 

330 

130 

125 

125 

56 

56 

56 

96 

X 

95 

150 

140 

150 

250 

250 

250 

140 

140 

140 

71 

60 

60 

160 

100 

160 

$16% 

10% 

16% 

35 

32 

35 

255 

255 

255 

S’2% 

12% 

12% 

$23 

22% 

23 

$46 

46 

46 

370 

370 

370 

$6* 

6* 

6* 

285 

285 

285 

$35 

35 

35 

475 

475 

475 

$50 

50 

50 

200 

185 

195 

53 

53 

53 

$9* 

9* 

9* 


Boundary 
Bow Riv 
Brameda 
Bullion M 
Buval Ex 
I Calico 
Caita 
Cbridge 
Canol 
i Casino 
Celtic M 
Charta M 
Chatway 
Churchill 
Coast Cop 
j Columbia R 
I Comet In 
Conoco SI I 
Con C Slv 
. Cons Slvr 
C Standrd 
C McKIny 
Cop Ex M 
Cop Giant 
Cop Ridge 
I Coronet 1000 31 

Croyden 1400 7' 

Dankoe Mrs 280 6< 

Darkhwk 35100 100 
Davenprt 21503 
Davis Keys 3200 
i Demsev Mn MOO 
Dolly Var 500 
Dundee 2543 
Dusty Mac 
Equat Res 
Exeter Mn 
Falalse 
Flagston 

l Fortune Ch 3000 
General Rs 10000 
'Giant Masc 200 
' Giant Vent 2500 
Glen Copp 5500 
Golden Gate 3500 
Granite Mt 46100 
Gr N Pete 4000 
Grn Eagle 9500 
Gunn Mns 360400 
Hart Rvr 4980 
Henrietta 3300 
Highld Lod 7X0 
Hlghhwk 6500 
High Chief 750 
Highld Valy 8000 


' N Island 248X 
I North Pac 17200 
j N Homestk 1500 


9000 

1000 

9500 

58000 

XX 


59 

55 

56 


71 

70 

70 


60 

59 

59 


35 

35 

35 

-3 

20* 

X 

20* 


24 

23 

23* 

+ * 

23 

22* 

23 

- * 

23 

21 

22 

—1 

9* 

8 

8* 

- * 

21 

19 

21 

+2 

16 

15* 

15* 

—1* 

12 

12 

12 

+1 

520 

520 

520 

—10 

26* 

24 

26 


X 

20 

20 

—1 

34 

30 

30 

—4 


Slocan D 
Sonic Ray 
Spartan 
Specair 
Stall Lake 
Stannex 
Taseko 
Trans Col 
Troian 


16100 215 
3000 
10000 
19500 
1200 
3000 
2000 
1000 
2700 


! Alta Coo 
Allied Rox 700 72 

Balindrv 9300 IX 
1 C Hydrogas 6000 155 
| Chaparal 24700 55 


— 1 

395 395 395 + 5 

$5% 5% 5% 

$ 10 % 10 % 10 % 
$17* 17* 17* 

$ 5 * y 
$26 26 
60 60 
$10 10 10 
$26 26 26 
$13'* 13* 13* — 


$27 26% 26% H 

$47* 47 47 

$5'* 5* 5'* 

$6* 6* 6* H 

$14% 14* 14% 

$13* 13* 13* 
$28% 28* 28*- 
$39* 39* 39* 
$7* 7* 7* - 

525 5X 520 
$14 13% 14 4 


211/4 _ 1/4 JJ Equities 100 195 195 195 

275 300 - 

17 17 

$7* 7* 7* 

SCO TOO 200 200 

3900 $16 15% 10 

IX $28* 28* 21* 

WARRANTS 
IX $33 33 33 

IX $8* 8* 8* 

MINES 


Hlghmont 59X 175 


15* 14 15* 


Vantage Grp IX 
Wardalr 5750 300 
W Broadcast 5X $17 
W Realty ~ 

*1 Westview 
5 }, _ * Whonock A 
16 — * Woodwards 


Hud Bay Mt 5X0 
Inland Cop 4X0 

Jason Ex 50X 

Jericho 20X 

Jordesco 
Joy Min 
Kalco 

Kamad _ 

Kelver Mns XX 
Lk Bvrhse 7000 

Largo 5X 

Laronge Mn 15X 
10W 



15 15 


$15 
$12 

300 . S5* 5* 5* 

1075 $28* 27% 27% 
200 410 410 410 

925 $16* 16* 16* 

550 .. 

3393 
1316 
12X 
3X 
IX 
zlX 
20800 
300 
IX 

930 __- 


USV. 35 35 

iV'A IW. 36% - - 
,90 ,75 ,90 rIO 


'/• 

Acheron 

23000 

38 

35 

37 

—3 


10X0 

49 

48 

48 

—1 


Adanac 

800 

65 

65 

65 



3500 

33 • 

31 

33 


* 

Adonis M 

52200 

176 

164 

174 

+9 

Lone Creek 

4000 

.60 

49 

50 


Atton M 

1600 

975 

9/0 

970 

+5 


3000 

3/ 

36 

37 

+2 


Alax Ltd 

1000 

8 

8 

8 



7260 

$9 Ye 

9 

915 

+ 25 

% 

Aldona M 

55 

40 

40 

40 


Makaoo Dev 4500 

45 

43 

43 

-3 

Alice Lk 

500 

18 

18 

IU 


M Mtn Mng 

2000 

18 

17 

17 


% 

Alwin 

1000 

44 

44 

44 

—1 


6500 

12 

12 

12 

—1 

Anchor M 

5000 

21* 

21 

21 


Nadina 

300 

65 

65 

65 


% 

Andex M 

7000 

19 

18* 

18* 

+ 3* 


1000 

7 

7 

7 


Ardo M 

5500 

27% 

71 

27 

+ 1 

N Cinch 

500 

13* 

13* 

13'* 

- * 

* 

% 

Arlington 

500 

14 

14 

14 


N Cronin 

1500 

5 

5 

5 


Atlas 

1100 

46 

46 

46 


N Northca 

4500 

14 

14 

14 

+ 1 

Attila Res 

47X0 

280 

263 

270 


N Prlvater 

3164 

II* 

n 

n 

—J 

* 

Avino 

2000 

30 

30 

JO 

+3 

New Taku 

2500 

75 

25 

25 

—1 

Barrier Rf 

25200 

99 

82 

89 

+ 4 

Newvan R 

1600 

24 

23 

23 

- * 

r 

Bthrst N 

63460 

no 

81 

100 

+ 11 

Nltracell 

500 

18* 

18* 

18'* 

— * 

'/4 

Beaumont 

200 

11 

n 

11 


Norcan 

9000 

7 

7 


Bell Moly 

500 

23 

23 

23 


Northalr 

49200 

46 

39 

43 

+ 1 


Coseka R 
Coseka A 
Delta Pet 
Five Star 
Freehold 
Futurity 
Giant Reef 
Montry A 
Pan Ocean 
P R Pete 
Plains P 
Pondery 
Rand Res 
Stampede 
Texacal R 
TC Res 
W Warner 
W Gold 


30X 

20X 

5X 

21288 


X 53 X +7 


Interim Listings 


Abaca 


X 


— 5 


455 455 

7% 8 

80 W—9 

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362 


700 


1410 
27 X 
450 

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Trader 66 w 1340 
Trader 69 w 400 
Transalr 100 
Tr C Glass IX 
Tr Can PL 2X1 
Tr Can PI P zlO 
Tr Can A pr 95 
Tr Can C pr 830 
Tr Can P w 1330 
Transglob 
Trans Mt 
Trlzec Crp 
Trlzc w 
Tru-Wall 
Turbo R 
Un Carbid 
Un Gas 
Union Oil 


7X 

6‘5 

106X 


$38* 38 38 

$23% 23 23 

255 250 250 

$36* J5% 36 
$57 56V, 57 

$X 19* X 
$29% 29% 29% 

485 475 485 F35 

825 810 825 +25 

825 825 825 +25 

395 395 395 

$9* 9* 9* - % 

$45* 45* 45* + * 
$40* 40* 40* 

$83* 83* 83* - * 
$55% 55% 55% — * 
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115 115 115 +10 


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556 

098 

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Un Tire 
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Ve-safd 
Venpower 
Versatile 
Versatl A 
Vic G Tr 
Vlllcentre 
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Wajax 
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Wstburna 


3178 

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7X 

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330 3X 
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$6* 6 6 
$5% 5* 5* + * 

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All Can Ven 
All Can 40X 
Amer Grth 
Andreae Eq 
Assoc Inv 
Can Grth 
Canagax 
Cdn Gs En 
Cdn Inv 
Cdn Sec Gr 
Cdn SAG 
Cdn Tr'st'd 
CSM Japan 
Capit Grth 
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Educ Eq 802 
Entarea Inv 663 
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GISComp 1190 
GIS Incomt 429 
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1108 1198 


1653 

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552 

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770 

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323 

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536 

587 

1669 

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1495 

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681 

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528 

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1239 

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Mut Accu 
Mut Bd 
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Mut Inc 
Natrusco 
NW Equ- 
NW Can 
NW Grth 
Pac Comp 
Pac Div 
Pac Res 
Pac Ret 
Pac U.S. 

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Phi Hg Nrth 1430 
Plann Res 480 

Princ Gr M2 

Prov Mut 
Prov Stk 
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Unit Acc 552 

Unit Hor 3M 

Unit Am 215 

Unit Ven 432 

Uni Sav Eq 839 
West Grth 093 
Xanadu Fd 403 
York Fd Cda 537 

INDUSTRIALS 
A.G.F. Spec 320 325 

C.P.I. Comm 12 12* 

Guard Gr Pfd 9* 9% 

Jolt Jum Com 120 IX 
BONDS 

Government of Canada 
Do 5% 73 “ 

Do 8 74 
Do 5* 75 
Do 3* 70 
i Do 7 77 


Do 4* 83 
Do 6* 95 


79* 

88 


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Acapl 35 
Alakon 9 
Alviia 8 
Amal R 4 
Ambas 8 
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Anglo W — 
Arcad 30 
Arin P 85 
Aselo In 23 
' Athena 14 
Babine I 14 
| Balfour 55 
I Bt Mina 72 
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15 


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1018 

495 

802 


702 

762 

315 

1119 

544 

877 


385 

236 

475 

922 

702 

442 

584 


Alta Gs 8 91 
Bk NS 03.$ 92 
Ball 8 93 
Do 8 M 
DOS* 93 
BC Tel 7% 95 
Do 9* X 
Do 9* 92 
Do 8* 94 
C Ut 8* 92 
Con Gs 8 92 
CP Hfl 8* 92 
Falcn P/4 91 
Gulf 8*91 
Gulf 8*91 
INCO 8* 91 
Noran 9* 90 
Pac C 8* 94 
Ryl Bk 7 91 
SSR A 8% 92 


95 
95* 

96 
100 

98% 


97 

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97 

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93 


103* 

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94 

105* 


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Bwster 13 
B Ovrtn 25 
Buckey 20' 
Cairn M 26 
C Base 23 
Crdwel 18 
Carolln 90 
Centex 10 
Cltex 24 
Coast Int 38 
Colby M 46 
Cmand 22 
Conlur 11 
C Altalr 94 
C Clev 13 


97 

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11 Ht Basin — 
40 Juniper X 

12 Kaa 23 
10 Kelgln 8 
5 Kendal 42 
9 Kiamet 78 

35 Komo Ex 8 
10 Lewes R 8 
32 Llstng E 27 
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25 Lucky S 
16 Marlex 
19 Mxwel M ■ 

56 McLeod 35 

— Meteor 7 
32 M Nrth 18 
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14 Mfana 19 
27*Moroco 6 
23 Mt Hyld 16 
30 Mf Sick 27 
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Nation Lk 3 
Nlsson 105 
Norstar 85 
Panther 45. 
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Pcess 


97 


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98 • , Darsi 

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100 * 101 * 
101 * 102 * 
94* 95* 

93 94 

96* 97* 


Tr Gr 9 91 
TCP 9 91 
TD Bk 7% 97 
Wscst 8 91 
W Rlty 9 91 

CONVERTIBLES 
Ackt 7* 88 IX 102 

Al GT 7* X 147 
Blk B 6* 88 82 87 

C Gas 5* 89 “ " 

Dynty 7 82 
Gnstr 0* 97 
Home 5* 92 
PWA 7 82 
Scurry 7* 88 w 

_ TCP 5 89 110 

70 99.90 Wsct C 5* 88 X 
104* 104% West 7* 91 127 

97 97* 1 WdwdS 6% 89 

87% 88%_ - 

100 1W*T Pac Pt 5 92 114 


112 

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140 


129 


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10 
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225 

15 

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55 

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Dorlta 
Dynmo 
Eagle B 
Echo In 
Emper 
Falcon 
Fawn B 
Ffune I 
Gary M 
Geoqst uu 
Geo STr 110 
Gt Met 13 
Glenlyn 10 
G River 41 
Gramra 15 
Gdora E 27 
Gd Prlx — 
Gulf T 10 
Hertz In 17 
Hlbrna 15* 
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Qc Exp 
Daratn 
Rackla 
Reako 
Rchwd 
Rmrck 
Rivwd 
Rob Mn __ 
Rokon M 13 
S Jacint 21 
Shasta 21 
Silmnc 36 
Skalst 44 
Skat Res 77 
Solomn 21 
S Mines 11 
Specultr 65 
Stelako 8* 
Sunrise 7 
... Swim Lk IS 
115 Tanzlla 
15 Teknol 
11 Texal D 44 
44 Thun V 118 
17 Trnlgan M 
29 Unlvax 43 
X Vanalta 70 
35 Victor M 10 
22 Wvcom 12 
25 W Sfndrd 10 
55 Wpsaw 15 


More Finance 
Pages 7, 8 


Alleghany 
Allied Chm 
Allis Chat 
Alcoa 
Amar Air 
Amer Can 
AFM Inc 

aSar* 

Amer TT 
Ampex 
Anaconda 
Atl Rich 
AVCO 

Avon Prod 
Boil Howell 


Klddo Inc 
Tern V 


29 Ling Tam 

12% Lockheed 
53% Lucky Strs 
27% Litton 
31 Me Dn-Doug 

Magna vox 
Memorer 
Marck 


•mall technical rally, putting 
the brakes on a downtrend 
that had extended for tlx 
days. Trading was slow. 

Occidental Petroleum was 
up % to' $15. A newspaper 
report said the United States 
and the Soviet Union were 
close to arranging a trade 
pace that would approach $5 
billion by 1977. Occidental al¬ 
ready has arranged a trade 
agreement with the Russians. 
Company officials were not 
available for comment. 

The NYSE Index of more 
than 1,400 common stocks 
gained 21 cents to 59.7S. 


Banks Excepted 

MONTREAL (CP) — Banks 
were the only exception to 
widespread declines in light 
trading. 

Belgium was up 2 to $24tt, 
Falllnger 10 cents to $3;60 and 
Atlantic Tugsten three cents 
to 68 cents on 86,600 shares 
traded. 

On the Montreal Stock-Ex¬ 
change, MICC Investment 
was off % to $25, and Rapid 
Data down % to $16 on 34,795 
shares traded. 


Brl» /Wy t fs 

Burl-N*fhn 

Burroughs 

Chat* Man 

Calanasa 

Chas-Ohlo 

Chrysler 

Coca-Cola 

W" 

Cons Oll-Gaa 
Cont OIL 
Con Data 
Crown Cork 
Crown Zell 
Delta Air 
Dow Cham 
Du Pont 
East Kodak 
El Paso 
Fairchild 
Fed N Mort 
Firestone 
Ford 

Gen Dynam 
Gan Etac 
Gen Instr 
Gen Motors 
Gen Tala 
Gan Tlra 
Ga Pac 
Gillatta 
Granby M 
Greyhound 
Gulf Oil 
Homestk M 
Honeywell 
Inland Stl 
IBM 

Inti Harv 
Inti Paper 
Int Tale 
Itek 

Johns Manv 
Kaiser Al 
Kennecott 


18* 

04* 

42* 

45* 

30* 

135 

57* 

56* 

4* 

33% 

70% 

25* 


Merck 
Min MM 
Monsanto 
Mont Ward 
Motorola 
Nat Airlines 
Nat cash 
Natomas 
Newmont 
Occld Pat# 
Owens III 
Pac Gas ei 
Pan Am 
Penn Cant 
Pepsi Col# 
Phillip Mor 
Phillips Pt 
Polaroid 
Proct Gam 
Radio Corp 
R avion 
Re pub Steal 


Reynolds 01% 
Reynolds pf 09* 
Scott Paper 13* 


178% 

129* 

17 

43* 

19* 

23* 

05% 

24* 

65 

27% 

75% 

28% 

27* 

40 

52% 

17 

17% 

24% 

26% 

145* 

32% 

398 

36% 

35* 

52* 

58* 

29* 

19* 

23% 


SCM Corp 
Sears Roa 
SheW OH 
Singer 


13* 

14% 

’Jl* 

78* 

42* 


Stand NJ 

to 

Sun Oil 

41% 

Swift 

3S 

Talley Ind 
Telex 


Texaco 

34* 

Texas Gulf 

17* 

Taxas Instr 

104% 

Tr World 

42% 

Un Carbide 

47* 

Un Oil 

3314 

Un Pacific 

51 

Untd Air 

32% 

Untd Util 

19% 

Untd Brands 

11% 

US Rubber 

Ml 

US Steel 

29% 

West Pac 

10% 

West'house 

Wy'haueser 

33-., 

Woolworth 

30% 

Xerox 

152% 

Xtra Inc 
Zenith 

£3 


Box Scores 


Wardair Up 

VANCOUVER — Prices 
were generally up in moder¬ 
ate trading. Among industri¬ 
als, Wardalr again rose 25 
cents to $3 on a volume of 
5,250 shares. Key Industries 
went off 5 cents at .66. In 
mines, Gunn rose 8 cents at 
.99 on 360,400 shares. 



Wed. 

Tues. 

Issues traded 

795 

754 

Advances .. 

X9 

155 


.314 

355 


272 

244 


8 

11 

New lows 

. 19 

12 

NEW 

YORK 



* Wed. 

Tues. 

Issues traded - 

.... .1754 

1767 

Advances 

. 737 

351 


.. 663 

1078 

Unchanged _ 

........ 354 

338 

New highs 


6 

New lows 

96 

107 


POSITION WANTED 


PUDCHASING AGENT 
OR SIMILAR 

Young married man with sales, pro¬ 
duction and research experience. 
Business oriented backgraund. Reply 
Victoria Press Box 270 


Apartment 
Sites Wanted 
Immediately 
PARK PACIFIC 
APTS. LTD. 
388-5491 


FINE GOBLETS 


4500 

9* 

9 

9 


1 NW Vent 

12X 

60 

60 

60 


2500 

34 

33 

33 

-2 

Oro 

2500 

X'* 

X 

20 

—l ! 

300 

110 

110 

110 

-5 

Pac Sil 

2500 

4 

4 

4 


10500 

62 

60 

61 

+1 ! 

Parmt 

9500 

12 

11 

11 

—l 

2100 

31 

31 

31 


Pathfindr 

11800 

110 

102 

no 

+8 

6000 

15 

13 

13 

-1*i 

Pend Ore 

600 

425 

425 

425 

+80 

1500 

60 

58 

58 

—2 

Pine Lake 

4500 

13 

12 

13 


.1500 

26 

25 

25 

—1 

Pinnacle 

4000 

26 

25 

26 


2000 

28 

26 

26 

-3 

Polaris 

1000 

5* 

5* 

5* 


2000 

34 

34 

34 


Pyramid 

11000 

32 

31 

31 


29500 

82 

78 

80 

+2 l 

Ramld Inti 

6000 

79 

79 

29 


5500 

35 

30 

35 

+4 

Rayore 

3500 

23 

23 

23 

—1 

5000 

14* 

14* 

14* 


Riviera Ind 47500 

40 

33 

35 


2000 

70 

70 

70 

+2 ' 

Rocket M 

7500 

18 

16 

16 


1500 

150 

125 

150 


Rocklnd 

5059 

8 

7 

8 

+1 

1500 

16 

16 

16 


Ring HIH 

5000 

47 

45 

45 

- * 

7600 

168 

160 

168 

+1 

Rose Pass 

1500 

16 

16 

16 


1000 

33 

33 

33 


Sabina Ind 

10500 

215 

186 

215 

+25 

4000 

33 

21 

28 

-3 

Shield D 

500 

102 

102 

102 


5000 

25 

75 

25 


Sileurian 

2000 

4 

4 

4 

—1 

14000 

16 

* 

15 


Silv City 

2500 

19 

18 

19 

+1 . 

7400 

13 

1? 

13 


S Chief 

1000 

26 

26 

26 


8700 

82 

75 

79 

—8 

S Spring 

4700 

75 

72 

74 

-2 

1000 

8 

8 

8 

- * 

S Standard 

4100 

115 

115 

115 

-S 

5000 

32 

32 

32 


Silv Star 

1000 

10* 

10* 

10* 



REPAIRED 


ALLIED GLASS 


VICTORIA 

388 5108 


Every Licensed 
REALTOR 
HAD TO LEARN 
SOMEWHERE 


‘‘Anything in Glass" 


ROCKLAND 

MANSION 


For possession next summer. An 
atti active and well maintained 
family h u m e located in a 
pleasant private back - water. 
Apart from the spacious recep¬ 
tion room (and den), there are 
4 main and 3 secondary bed¬ 
rooms. Over half an acre of 
garden. Some sea views. 2-car 
garage. There are many delight¬ 
ful features about this property 
that would Interest the serious 
purchaser. 


We make an open offer to 
unlicensed people to LEARN 
with MONTREAL TRU8T. 
Get your licence at MONT¬ 
REAL TRUST and work in 
our chosen vocation with our 
successful group in either of 
our offices. CALL MR. D. 
peaker TODAY for an ap¬ 
pointment. 


386 2111 





PRICE $70,000 

LEVERTON 

REALTY 

385-8012 


Montreal Trust 


1057 FORT STREET 


70679 

305 

380 

300 

+30 

4933 

300 

275 

300 

+» 

1600 

21 

X 

20 

+3 

5000 

16 

15 

IS 

—1 

16000 

120 

105 

113 

+13 

3500 

23 

23 

23 


800 

18 

18 

18 


162270 

118 

98 

118 

+11 

1000 

$15 

15 

15 


11550 

20 

19 

19* 

— * 

2000 

29 

28 

28 


2000 

130 

125 

127 

+12 

1000 

80 

78 

78 

-2 

2600 

76 

75 

70 



KEY-MAN INSURANCE 


For Business Protection 

Insurance Is Our Business, Not a Sideline 


HARBORD 

INSURANCE 



VICTORIA 

1220 Broad St., 386-8441 


VANCOUVER 
I W. Pender St, 687-8887 


THE BRITISH COLUMBIA INSTITUTE 
OF TECHNOLOGY INVITES APPLICATIONS 
FOR AN INSTRUCTOR-COORDINATOR FOR 
HEALTH EXTENSION SERVICES x 


In association with B.C.I.T.’s Health Division the 
Instructor-Coordinator will be required to develop pro¬ 
grams to meet existing demands from government 
agencies, hospitals, B.C.H.A. and professional groups. 
This person i should be prepared to work closely with 
Health Comrhittees and Agencies in the development of 
appropriate new training programs to meet technological 
advances. This person should be familiar with and be 
prepared to develop paramedical services. 

Desirable qualifications include: Extensive knowledge 
of Health Care practices, degree in Health Administra¬ 
tion. administrative experience, adult teaching and 
curriculum development experience. 

Salary will be commensurate with qualifications within 
the established scale. 

This is a Civil Service position within the Department 
of Education. 

Apply: Personnel Office 

B.C. Institute of Technology 
3700 Wllllngdon Avenue, 

Burnaby 2, B.C. 


: Proposal fo 


N-Po 


VANCOUVER (CP) — 
Gordon Shrum, chairman 
the British Columbia ene] 
board, laid Tuesday Dr. Ht 
Keenleyside la using the i 


CANADIAN PACIFIC 
INVESTMENTS LIMITI 


PREFERRED SHARES. 
SERIES A DIVIDEND NOTIC 


Notlc# Is horeby glv#n that a dlvlc 
of 2%% (47.5 cents per share) 
tne outstanding 4% % Cumuli 
Redeemable Convertible Voting 
ter red Share#, Series A of the C 
pany. being the half-yearly Instaln 
payable on November 1. 1072, 
been declared payable on Noverr 
1, 1072 to ahareholdera of recon 
the cloee of buaineu on October 
1072. 

By order of the Board. 

J. C. Ar 
8ecret 

Montreal, Quebec, September 6, li 


CAPITAL REGIONAL 
DISTRICT 


PROJtPT “SAM” 


RECYCLE 
DERELICT CARS 


Attention residents of 


C0LW00D, LANGFORD, 
METCH0SIN AND 
VIEW R0TAL 


Do you have a "derelict” car or 
your property you wish to have 
removed? The Capital Regional 
District has instituted a project to 
collect and dispose of such ve¬ 
hicles. First 200 cars will be col¬ 
lected free of charge. For 


FREE SERVICE 

Phone 478-7812 


or visit the Capital Regional 
District Building, Inspection 
Division, 670 Granderson 
Avenue. 



KNOTTY PI 
TILLICUM-CARl 


Attractively landscaped. 1 
panelled living and dining n 
for children, circular drive 
immaculate. 


To Mew, 

Margaret Bridget 


WALL and BE 
1820 Blanshard S 


DEAN 


Luxury Co 


1875 LANSD 


People are saying thes< 
BEST DESIGNED sui 
while still offering a 


1333-15 

ONLY ! 

$27,000 i 

OPEN NIC 
DAIU 


BLOCK B 


“TRADE YOU 

47 


10* 

23 

45 


140 


15 


12 

68 

9* 

•* 

20 

11 

70 

47 

119 


60 


MALASPINA COLLEGE 


Requires 


AUDIO VISUAL TECHNICIAN 


To work with faculty and students in setting up Audio 


•*•» —SMS JOUUtlJ r euiu OtUVICIIUI ill strvung up J _ 

Visual Equipment and to assist faculty and students in 
preparing Audio Visual materials, including films and 
video presentations. 


The successful applicant must be able to work effectively 
with people. 


In addition to a thirty-five hour work week, the success¬ 
ful applicant must be willing to work from 6:00-10:00 p.m. 
Monday to Thursday and occasional weekend work. 


Apply by: September 16, 1972 
Apply to: The President, 

Malasptna College, 
375 Kennedy Street, 
Nanaimo, B.C. 


Victoria Flying 

FALL SC 


Flight 

No. 

m 

•22 

••23 

••24 

25 

26 


Leave 
0800 Victoria 
0030 Vancouver 
1130 Victoria 
1300 Vancouver 
1600 Victoria 
178 0 Vancouve r 
EFFECTIVE: 


0825 < 
0955 t 
1155 < 
1325 < 
1625 < 
1755 ( 
SEP 


•No night 21 or 
•■•Flight 23 and 2‘ 


WINTER S 

OCT. 16 to 


Flight 

No. 


Leave 


•fl 

0800 Victoria 

0825 C 

•22 

0030 Vancouver 

0956 C 

••25 

1330 Victoria 

1355 ( 

••28 

1000 Vancouver 

1520 C 


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••No flight 25 oi 


Vancouver 688-7115 
Gulf Island: 

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Clot# 
ny lOVk 

hm 29 

•I 129k 

lr SS 

■n 31 

20 

r 449k 

4 

la levk 

i 429k 

IS 

od 11794 
Mil 61% 

«l 29tk 

224k 
II 10Vk 

•ri 4594 

hn 449k 

hi 1814 

an 44'4 

I 42% 

lo 4514 

30 Vk 

a 135 
ff 5714 

- S4\k 

•Oat 4% 
339k 
I 709k 

ork 2514 

HI 24 <4 


17Mk 
lak 12914 
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45H 
•m 2414 
65 

r 279k 

*•1 759k 

219k 
27Vk 
40 
529k 
W 17 

>d 179k 

249k 
M 269k 

II 145'4 

I 3294 

390 
369k 
r 3514 

5214 
58'4 
mv 29 Vk 

I 19'4 

t 239k 


Kresges 4194 
Klddo Inc 2714 
Lino Tim V 1014 
Lockheed II 

ffi 5 ’" US 

Me Dn-Doug 349k 


if 


Merck 

Min MM ...^ r 
Monsanto 55V4 
Mont Ward 23 

S otorola 14 
•t Alrllntt 349k 
Nat Caeti 36Vk 
Nefomae 57H 
Newmont 3094 

® II 
ttft" ffi 

Penn Cent Mk 

Pepsi Cola |4Vk 

Phillip Mo r 24 
Phillip* Pt 35 

Polaroid 1141% 
Proct Gem W4 

Radio Corp 34Vk 

Revlon 7414 
Repub Steal 2314 

Scott Paper 1314 
SCM Corp 14H 

war ’aa 

Singer 70V4 

Sperry 421k 

Stand Cal 6594 

Stand NJ 10 

Sun 011 4294 

Swift 3S 

™« ' nd X 

T««°Gulf 17$ 
Texes Instr 1649k 
Tr World 4294 

Un Carbide 47Vk 

Un 011 3314 

Un Pacific 51 

Untd Air 32H 

Untd Util 1094 

Untd Brands 119k 
US Rubber 16% 

US Steel 2994 

West Pec 169k 
West'house 40% 
Wy'heueser 5094 
Woolworth 369k 
Xerox 15214 
Xtra Inc 27Vk 
Zenith 4514 


lox Scores 



Wad. 

Tue». 

raded 

795 

754 

a _ 

209 

155 


.. 314 

155 


272 

244 


8 

11 

n . 

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12 

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I Proposal for Island 

N-Power 


Offer Remains Open 


VANCOUVER (CP) — Dr. 
Gordon Shrum, chairman of 
the British Columbia energy 
board, said Tuesday Dr. Hugh 
Keenleysidc is using the nu- 


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clear power Issue on Van¬ 
couver Island as a smoke¬ 
screen to hide the high cost of 
power from Mica Dam. 

Shrum was commenting on 
a dissenting report issued by 
Keenleyside which oppoees 
the energy board’s proposal 
for a nuclear power plant on 
the Island because it would be 
too expensive and possibly un¬ 
safe. 

“He (Dr. Keenleyside) is 
probably afraid the new gov¬ 
ernment is going to inves¬ 
tigate the cost of power from 
the Mica project, Shrum said. 
The Mica Dam was Keenley- 
side’s responsibility while he 
was co-chairman of B.C. 
Hydro. 

Shrum, in Victoria Wednes¬ 
day where he attended a 
Greater Victoria Chamber of 
Commerce luncheon, said: 

“Dr. Keenleyside's credibil¬ 
ity must be questioned. I 
think he should endeavour to 


explain the high cost of power 
from Mica before estimating 
costs for Vancouver Island 
power." 

Shrum said every engineer 
in Hydro is opposed to Keen- 
leyside’s plan, although it was 
recommended by the consul¬ 
tants, Montreal Engineering 
Ltd. Their proposal would 
bring in power through over¬ 
head transmission cables 
from the mainland in the Bute 
Inlet-Campbell River area. 

“Dr. Keenleyside has a poor 
memory,” Shrum said. “In 
February 1959, Sandwell and 
Co. (consulting engineers) re¬ 
ported on the route and said 
in effect it was so bad that 
submarine cables would prob¬ 
ably have to be used. This 
study by Sandwell was com¬ 
missioned by the B.C. Power 
Commisslim when he (Keen¬ 
leyside) was chairman." 




YUtlu (trimiUt. Victoria. B.C., Thurs., September 14.1972 y 

Nuclear Power Issue 
Called*Smokescreen 9 


Shrum 

. explain costs 


By GEORGE GIBSON 
Cetoniit Business Baiter 

Almost two year, ago the 
president of the Atomic En¬ 
ergy Commission of Canada 
aald here that the crown cor¬ 
poration would be pleased to 
send experts Into Cowlchan 
Bay or any other area of Van¬ 
couver Island to determine 
possible detrimental effects of 
a nuclear power generating 
station. 


Interest Renewed 
In Lignite Field 


Cray 

.. no takers 


GEORGIAN 

CHARM 

In tha Hurt of Uplands 

A beautiful S home of distinction 
designed for family living. 
Ground floor has entrance hall 
with powder room off, living 
loom with fireplace and French 
doors to terrace, dining room, 
family room with fireplace and 
kitchen with large range of fitted 
cupboards. Upper floor comprises 
4 large bedrooms and 2 bath¬ 
rooms. Master bedroom has 
dressing room and bathroom en- 
suitc. Superhlv land scaped 
grounds arranged for minimum 
rare. 

University, stores, schools, public 
1-nnswrtatlon within easy reach. 
Owner has Instructed us to of¬ 
fer home at realistic 177.500 for 
tunc 1073 tvissesalon. Earlier pos¬ 
session might be arranged If re- 
n i*l red. 

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AND MANAGEMENT LTD, 

504 flit VIEW ST. 


U.S. Grain Sales 
To China Rumored 


WASHINGTON (AP) — 
Government sources said 
Wednesday the United States 
has sold some wheat to China, 
the first American grain sale 
to the Communist country in 
more than 20 years. 

The sources, asking not to 
be identified, said at least one 
U.S. export company is in¬ 
volved. The agriculture de¬ 
partment declined comment. 

The sources said, however, 
that the department has re¬ 
ceived applications for export 


subsidies on wheat to be 
shipped to China. 

Subsidies are paid exporters 
to make U.S. wheat more 
competitive on the world mar¬ 
ket. 

Rumors have circulated In 
the grain trade that China has 
ordered at least 20 million 
bushels of U.S. wheat. 

The unofficial report of 
wheat sales to China came on 
the eve of a congressional 
hearing on the question of 
earlier, much-larger wheat 
sales to the Soviet Union. 


GRAIN MARKETS 



KNOTTY PINE KITCHEN 
TILLICUM-CAREY AREA—$26,900 

Attractively landscaped. Homo features many Extras; 
panelled living and dining rooms, fenced backyard suitable 
for children, circular driveway to front door. Home is 
immacula/tc. 

To View, Please Call 
Margaret Bridger, 386-8321 or 388-5868 

WALL and REDEKOP REALTY 
1820 Blanshard Street, Victoria, B.C. 


WINNIPEG 



Open 

High 

Low 

Flax— 

Oct 

316% 

318% 

316% 

Nov 

316 

317% 

316 

Dec 

307% 

309% 

317% 

Rye— 

Oct 

1197k 

120V* 

116 

Dec 

121 Vk 

122% 

118 

May 

126 

127*1 

123 

Oat*— 

Oct 

81 

82% 

81 

Dec 

80% 

82 

80% 

May 

82% 

84% 

82% 

Barley- 

Oct 

122% 

123% 

122% 


Dec 122 122V4 1213/4 

May 12534 1267 /b 125% 

Ripeseed (Vancouver)— 
Sept 265' 1 266 263% 

Nov 264 264 2604k 

Jan 263Vj 264 2609k 


316 

3171k 

116 
11B- 1 * 
1239k 


1225* 

121^4 

12594 

263'4 

261% 

261% 


Rapeseed (Thunder Bay)— 
Oct 247% 247% 245% 

Dec 244H 2449k 242 

Dec 2449k 2449k 242 

May 252 2529k 250 


245% 

242 

242 

250 


Open 

Wheat 

Sept — 

Dec 206Vk 

Mar 213 

Corn 
Sect 
Dec 
Mar 
Oats 
Seit 
Dec 
Mar 
Soybeans 
Sept 3463/4 

Nov 3373 s 

Jan 343V4 


CHICAGO 

High Low Clots 


138 

138Vk 

1431/4 

829k 
849k 
84 V* 


20114 

2079k 

213 

138 
139% 
144’.4 

829k 

849k 

849k 


198 

203’/* 

207 

134% 

136 

1419k 


VANCOUVER (CP) — Th« 
support given to thermal gen¬ 
erating of electricity in the 
British Columbia energy 
board report released Monday 
has renewed Interest in the 
Hat Creek lignite coal depos¬ 
its in the B.C. interior. 

The board report suggested 
a major thermal plant burn¬ 
ing Hat Creek coal as an al¬ 
ternative to nuclear-generated 
power. 

The coal field, which lies 
under the hilly Cariboo 
country midway getween Lil- 
lx>et and Ashcroft, has an es¬ 
timated 680 million tons of lig¬ 
nite. 

B.C. Hydro owns or has re¬ 
serves on the entire Hat 
Creek field. The field was 
bought by B.C. Electric in 
1960 for an estimated $2 mil¬ 
lion. B.C. Hydro inherited the 
field when BCE wrs e"- 
porpriated by Premier Ben¬ 
nett. 

The field has the potential 
of producing the same amount 
of electricity as the Peace 
River project for about 109 
years using existing techno¬ 
logy. 

In 1983 Hydro chairman Dr. 
Gordon Shrum said Hydro 
would not allow Hat Creek 
coal to be used for thermal 
generation. The implication at 
the time was it would be a 
waste in view of the prov¬ 
ince’s enormous hydro gen¬ 
erating potential. 


The energy board report, 
however, has opted for more 
thermal generating stations. 

Since the Hat Creek depos¬ 
its were discovered in 1877 
several Interests have had 
whacks at developing the coal 
field but nothing much has 
been accomplished. 


Commodities 

Open High Low Close 
Sllv.r— New York (per or.) 

Sect. 1.78.70 1.79.30 1.77.90 1.10.00 

Oct. 1.71.80 . 1 . 00.10 

Dec. 1.10.80 '1.81.10 

Copper—New York (per lb.) 

Sept. 41.75 41.85 41.45 41.40 

Oct. 49.00 49.05 41.90 41.10 

Dec. 49.90 50.10 49.40 49.45 

Lumber—Chicago (oer 1,000 b.f.) 
Seot. 147.00 147.30 144,30 147.00 

Nov. 138.50 139.30 131.60 131.10 

Jlh. 139.40 139.50 137.70 139.44 

Pork Belllos—Chlcego (oer lb.) 
Feb. 47.35 47.80 41.15 44.40 

March 44.40 41.10 45.40 45.50 

May 45.50 45.85 44.40 44.40 

Plywood—Chicago (oer 1,000 s.f.) 
Seot. 176.90 187.03 174.00 100.00 

Nor. • 154.80 159.30 153.40 151.70 

Jen. 140.60 143.40 140.50 143.30 

March 135.80 137.40 135.10 137.30 

Mer 133.10 133.50 1 33.50 133.00 


London Metals 

In pounds sterling per metric ton: 

Close Prev. Close 

Copper—wire bars 
Spot 435.50 436 
Fwd 446 447 

Sales 6,975 tons. 

Tin- 

Spot 1556 1557 

Fwd 1567 1568 

Sales 1,485 tons. 

Lead— 

Spot 123.50 123.75 
Fwd 124.25 124.50 
Salat 1,650 tons. 

Zinc- 

Spot 150.50 150.75 
Fwd 154.50 154.75 
Sales 950 tons. 


Dr. J. Lorn* Gray, of Otta¬ 
wa, said Wednesday that so 
far there had been no takers 
but the offer was still open. 

“But we must be asked of 
course. We have plenty of 
other things to do at the mo¬ 
ment and we wouldn’t want to 
force nuclear power stations 
on anybody,” he said, adding 
that the marine consultants 
could be obtained right here 
in Victoria. 

Gray was speaking in an in¬ 
terview following an address 
to the Greater Victoria 
Chamber of Commerce. In the 
speech, he told about 150 
members at the Empress 
Hotel some of things the 
Atomic Energy Commission is 
doing. 

Gray also quoted from 
Wednesday's Daily Colonist 
the remarks made by 
Dr. Hugh Keenleyside, former 
co-chairman of B.C. Hydro 
and Power Authority and 
former chairman of the B.C. 
Power Commission. 

“Dr. Keenleyside is quoted 
as saying that nuclear power 
is hazardous, costly, unrelia¬ 
ble and unnecessary,” said 
Gray. He then dealt with each 
of these adjectives in turn." 

• Hazardous — “The haz¬ 
ards of nuclear generating 
are a known factor and the 
probability of accidents can 
be reduced by proper de¬ 
sign;” 

• Cost — “Yes, it is more 
expensive to build a nuclear 
plant initially but it is the 
least costly plant to operate;" 

• Reliability —■ “No mat¬ 
ter what the cost, a plant 
must be reliable. The Picker¬ 
ing (Ont.) plant has proven 95 
per cent reliable in its first 
few months of operation;" 

• Need — “There is an un¬ 
disputed demand for energy. 
If the population were to stop 
growing, we could probably 
get along with fossil-fuel gen¬ 
erated power or hydro power, 
but at present level of growth, 
the need is evident.” 


Gray, who was to speak 
Wednesday evening to the 
Nanaimo Chamber of Com¬ 
merce, then presented a 
series of slides to demonstrate 
past experiences in providing 
nuclear power at reasonable 
cost. 

He detailed the operation of 
such a plant and noted that 
the only real possibility of 
hazard would occur were the 
coolant for the reactor sud¬ 
denly impeded. 

"But there are adequate 
safeguards for even that,” he 
added. 


433 


1546 

1563 


434 

444.50 


1548 

1564 


123.50 

124.25 


123.75 

124.50 


150.25 150.50 

154.25 1 54.50 


WANTED 

Business or 
Partnership 

Experienced businessman -from 
another province desires to buy 
nil or part of a going operation 
in Victoria or Sidney. About 
*20,000 to *30.000 rash available. 
Only solid situations will be con¬ 
sidered. 

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338 331% 

3439k 336 V* 


135 
136% 
141 Vk 

81 Vk 

839s 
84 Vk 

3399k 
331 % 
3369 a 


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CONDOMINIUM 
SUITES FOR SALE 

190 Gorge Road W. 

WILLOW COURT 

0p«n Mon.-Sat.,2-4 

Large 2-Bedroom L usury. Ac¬ 
commodation at minimum from 

9X1,000. 


2095 Oak Bay Ava. 

MARQUEE COURT 
Optn Mon.- Sat., 2-4 

1- and 2-Bedroom Suites, Oak 
Bar Village. Cloae to Senior Cttt 
sens’ Centre. Especially conven¬ 
ient to Pensioners and Senior 
Citizens. Prices from $11,800. 


360 DALLAS 

SEAFRONT 

ONLY 4 LEFT 

Open Mon. - Sat., 2-4 

Panoramic Views. Easy to buy. 
Cask, Trade or Mortgage Rut tes 
from $19,900. 


Pakington Manor 

1012 Pakington 

Open Mon. - Sat., 2 • 4 

Near downtown, and abort walk 
to Beacon Hill Park. One and 
Iwu bedroom luxury suite*, sea 
views, fireplace*. Prices from 

(16,000 to $32,000. 


WHYTE & GOWER 

Oak Bay Properties Lid. 

2227 Oak Buy Avenue 

592 2407 


How They Finished 


GROUP AVERAGES 

Banks 

Beverages 

Chemicals 

Communications 

Construction mat ... 

Food processing 

Gen manufacturing . 

Industrial mines 

Merchandising 

Oil refining 

Paper—forest prod 

Pipelines 

Real estate 

Steels 

Trust and loan 
Utilities 
Miscellaneous 
Up 8; Down 9. 


AT TORONTO 

322.45 -1- .70 
405.62 —4.12 
119.13 - .21 
464.15 —7.01 

142.65 + .14 
324.00 + .47 

193.60 + .41 
134.77 +1.40 
451.00 —3.15 
279.96 — .95 

93.63 — .46 
260.43 +1.46 

159.60 + .57 

218.11 — .72 
286.05 + .09 

147.12 -1.58 

135.66 - .36 


Calgary Slocks 


Sales High Low Close Ch'ge 


Farmers Tr 

200 

410 

410 

410 


N W Tr pfd 

200 

350 

350 

350 

+ 25 



Oils 




Amalia 

1000 

16 

16 

16 

+ 1 

Brett 

2000 

14 

14 

14 

+ 1 

Cdn Scenic 

1000 

100 

100 

100 

-10 

Lassiter Ku 

600 

135 

135 

135 

+9 

New York 

5500 

96 

65 

90 


Ranchmen 

2000 

58 

50 

£0 

-8 

Thomson Dr 

300 

100 

100 

100 



Mines 




Cultus 

2000 

25 

23 

25 

+5 

Trans Yuk 

2500 

7 

7 

7 



DEAN HOUSE 
Luxury Condominium 

1875 LANSDOWNE ROAD 

v 

People are saying these are the LARGEST and 
BEST DESIGNED suites they have seen — 
while still offering a PRESTIGE LOCATION. 

1333 -1577 sq. ft. 

ONLY 9 LEFT! 

$ 27,000 to $ 33,500 

OPEN NIGHTLY 7-9 
DAILY 1-5 

BLOCK BROS. REALTY 

“TRADE YOUR PRESENT HOME” 

477-1841 


E LOOKING FOR A 

I CONDOMINIUM 

!= We have 3 important fea¬ 
tures to watch for when 
buying. 

LOCATION — Beautiful Beucos 
Hill Park and the tea. 
CONSTRUCTION — Top quality 
throughout. Extra emphasis to 
aoundprooflng and flulihlng. 
APPOINTMENTS — Deluxe cabi¬ 
net*. carpet* and appUanoea. 
COME TO 

660 BATTERY 8T. 

•Ml krtM OM* Ml 
tha dlfAaronou 


Net Earnings 

Alliance Building Corp., Ltd., six 
months ended June 30: 1972, $147,- 
947, 12.9 cents a share; 1971, $74,- 
148, 6.2 cents. 

Lincoln Trust and Savings Co., 
nine months ended July 31: 1972, 
$248,862, 90 cents a share; 1971, 
$213,652, 69 cents. 

Proflex Ltd., six months ended 
June 30: 1972, $58,372, .018 cents a 
share; 1971, $13,513, .005 cents. 


Victoria Flying Services Ltd. 

FALL SCHEDULE 


Leave 
0800 Victoria 
0930 Vancouver 
1130 Victoria 
1300 Vancouver 
1600 Victoria 
173 0 Va n couve r 
EFFECTIVE 
•No flight 
••Flight 23 


Leave 

0825 Gulf Islands 
0955 Gulf Islands 
1155 Gulf Islands 
1325 Gulf Islands 
1625 Gulf Islands 
1755 Gulf Islands 
: SEPT. 14 to OCT. 15 
21 or 22 on Sundays, 
and 24 Fridays ONLY. 


Arrive 

0900 Vancouver 
1030 Victoria 
1230 Vancouver 
1400 Victoria 
1700 Vancouver 
1800 Victoria 


WINTER SCHEDULE 


OCT. 16 to MARCH 31 

Flight 

No. Leave 

•21 0800 Victoria 

•22 0030 Vancouver 

••25 1830 Victoria 

••26 1500 Vancouver 


Leave Arrive 

0825 Gulf Islands 0900 Vancouver 
0955 Gulf Islands 1080 Victoria 
1355 Gulf Islands 1430 Vancouver 
1526 Gulf Islands 1600 Victoria 
•No flight 21 or 22 Sundays. 

••No flight 25 or 26 Saturdays. 

Vancouver 688-7115 Victoria 656-3971 
Gulf Islands ZE-2032 

CLIP and SAVE 


CITT OF VANCOUVER 

Director of 
Piraonnol lorvloos 

Duties t As the senior advisor 
to the Board of Administra¬ 
tion on all personnel mat¬ 
ters, the Director, plans, 
organize and co-orainates 
an effective personnel pro¬ 
gram for the City of Van¬ 
couver. 

Qualifications: Univer s i t y 
Graduation and broad ex¬ 
perience and achievement 
in personnel administration 
in business, industry or 
government. 

Salary: $20,388 to $24,120 per 
annum. 

Apply to: Board of Adminis¬ 
tration. 453 West 12th Av¬ 
enue, Vancouver 10, B.C. 


OPEN HOUSE 

DAILY 1:30-4:30 


Driftwood 

Court 

A R.tir.m.nt Hivtn 


3160-3170 IRMA ST. 

(Corner of West Burnside) 

$15,900 

On* - bedroom condominiums 
featuring fireplace and utility 
loom with Installed washer 
hnd dryer In eHch suite. 
Monthly assessment Includ¬ 
ing taxes — $27.90 

TRADE YOUR HOME 
JACK MEARS 
OAK BAY REALTY LTD. 

386-2291 


FOR SALE 

QUIET CUL-DE-SAC 

With an immaculate 3-bedrom home. A cosy living room 
with crackling fireplace. Three blocks to Slmpsons-Sears 
with all grade schools, University and Junior College 
within walking distance, good development down. Garage 
plus 75’ sidedrive concrete pad for trailer and boat 
parking. Nice patio and garden. Please contact: 

MR. CHARLES LOVEDAY—477-1009 
CADBORO BAY REALTY—477-9511 


FINAL 3-DAYS OF MAIS PANIC 
SALE—Thurs., Fri., Sat. 


WE GUARANTEE THE LOWEST PRICES IN 
TOWN (IN WRITING) 


we need 
room 




Do yourself a favor and* 
get in on these sensa-l 
tional furniture and ap-| 
pliance bargains. Our 
Panic Sale started last 
week, but with more 
merchandise still arriv¬ 
ing we have rented tem¬ 
porary storage and 
would like to move all 
the extras back to our 
warehouse. As we said 
before, this is not a sales 
gimmick . . . and these 
low prices are for three 
more days only! 

NO MONEY DOWN, 
NO PAYMENT 
TIL DECEMBER 


M ° O LA R Y 


ELECTRIC RANGES 


MCCLARY 


Other New 
4-Burner 
Ranges from 


159” 


DELUXE 
30” McCLARY 

RANGE 

Cloek control, oven win- 
(l<»u, storage drawer, 
surface fluorescent lamp. 
Slight freight damage. 

PANIC PRICK 

199 95 


DELUXE 24" 
McCLARY RANGE 

199” 


As above. 

PANIC 

PRICE 


» 
* * % 


McCLARY-EASY 
SPIN-DRY 
WASHERS 


WE’VE 

GOT 

LOTS 

IN 

STOCK 

NOW! 


GENERAL STEEL HARES 
TWIN TI B. HEAVY DUTY 

SPIN DRY WASHERS 

Spirolator, agitator, circulating pump 
and filler. Take It away jf^95 


179 


still in'original crate. 

.(While). PANIC PRICE 

For Harvest Gold and Avocado 
Add $10.00 


OPEN FRIDAY ’TIL 9 P.M. 


CONSOLIDATE 
YOUR DEBTS 

We have made 
special arrange¬ 
ments to assume 
your existing 
payments. Put 
them all together 
Info one—and still 
no payments 'til 
December. 


FURNITURE 
STEREOS, 
TVs ALL ARE 
INCLUDED 
IN THIS 
SPECIAL 
SALE 


39” BUNK BEDS 


Maple Finish with pallet 
boards, ladders^ and rails. 
Complete except 0k A OO 
for mattresses. 

PANIC PRICE 


mu rmi 

69° 




Furniture and Appliances 


1821 COOK 
385-2435 


GOODS MCST BE TAKEN OCT 
WITHIN 21 HOCKS—NO STOR¬ 
AGE AT THESE GREAT PANIC 
PRICES. 

STAN DA IU* WARRANTIES IN KKFBCT 


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"THE MEAT 
IS BEAUTIFUL 


The best I've ever had... big chunks 
of meat and overall flavour of 
meat, gravy and vegetables!" , 


Profits 6 Diddled 9 


EDMONTON (CP) - A de¬ 
cline in the role played by 
gold in International mone¬ 
tary affairs was forecast at a 
meeting of Canadian bankers 
Wednesday. 






9 ' Jrtg gnUad**, ‘Victoria, B.C., Thurs., September U, 1372 




• » ___ 

Fiscal Image 


QUEBEC (OP) — Abuses of 
corporate accounting and the 
responsibilities of directors 
could lead to “a severe attack 
on the Integrity of the capital 
marketplace" If steps are not 
taken to control them, a con¬ 
ference of the North Ameri¬ 
can Securities Administrators 
Association was told Tuesday. 

Stanley Sporldng, associate 
director of the division of cor¬ 
porate regulation of the Unit¬ 
ed Stjtes securities and ex¬ 
change commission, said ma¬ 
nipulation of earnings pic¬ 
tures Is widespread in the 
United States. 

Investigation of the 1970 col¬ 
lapse at the Pennsylvania 
Central Railway showed that 
"manufactured earnings" 
helped the company to report 
profits end pay dividends 
until 12 months before its fail¬ 
ure, he said. 

Sporidng said Penn Central 
in one case “accelerated a 
major merger” by six months 
to improve its profits picture 
and In doing so lost more than 
$2 million in profits which 
could have been realized if 
the merger had taken place 
as scheduled, two quarters 
later. - 

Managers of the company's 
real estate subsidiaries were 
encouraged to take actions 
showtag "paper profits” by 
belnjf given a cut of these 
profits, which “had to come 
front .hard cash” In the com- 
panjjp operations. 


"we're talking about the 
fourth-largest company in the 
United States-the largest 
'transportation company.” 

The integrity of the market¬ 
place was threatened, Mr. 
Spofking said in an interview 
later, "because you can't lose 
the confidence of Investors.” 

“And that's what I’m fear¬ 
ful of that if they see these 
things going on and if in¬ 
dustry does not tighten up ac¬ 
counting and reporting, the 
public could lose confidence. 

"People don’t go to a place- 
put their money in a place— 
where they feel there’s a ring 
going on. 

"And that’s the key. It's in 
everybody’s best interests to 
keep up the integrity of the 
marketplace.” 


Gold’s Changing Role Told 


size. Any shape. Any 

(Almost) 


Well take them all at CN Express: 
trailer loads, multi-piece ship¬ 
ments, containers, heavy pallet 
loads and single shipments. 

Nothing’s too big, nothing’s too small, 
What's more, we’ll deliver them 
safely and economically to almost 
any point in Canada. 

CN Express is as big as Canada. 
From your point of view, isn’t that 
the perfect size? 


Disappearing Act Any CJU©StiOTlS? 


University of Toronto chemistry professor Dr. 
James Guillet holds cup made of Ecolyte plastic 
which will break down into particles comparable 
to sand on exposure to sunlight. A cup (bottom) 
made with new resin is shown after five weeks ex 
posure to sunlight. 




UIC To Prosecute Bosses 


VANCOUVER (CP) — Em¬ 
ployers have been warned 
they will be prosecuted for 
failing to issue separation cer¬ 
tificates to workers who are 
laid off. 

The warning comes from W. 
E. McBride, commissioner of 
the Unemployment Insurance 
Commission, who told the 
British Columbia Employers 
Council Monday that about 25 
per cent of unemployment in¬ 


surance claims are not ac¬ 
companied by the required 
certificate and that those sub¬ 
mitted are often incorrect. 

“We have been lenient in 
enforcing the law on this point 
but we have reached the 
stage where this will have to 
change,” he said. “We cannot 
continue to prosecute claim¬ 
ants for violations of the law 
while leaving delinquent em¬ 
ployers free from charges.” 


cn express and 
intermodal services 




_"a company that waa 

erjQbort In cash was paying 
the vagular dividend, was re¬ 
porting earnings” until 12 
month* before Its collapse. 

“Just look where people 
war* falling down In their re- 
•pnnstbUltles " Sporidng said. 

“Did the directors cany out 
their functions in that case?" 

No qualifications were re¬ 
quired for a person to hold a 
directorship, "and remember 
we look to the directors, espe¬ 
cially of a pifblio company, to 
protect the Interests of inves¬ 
tors,” he said. 

Sporidng cited two other ex¬ 
amples In which corporate 
profit pictures were diddled 
and said that "If good sound 
companies” are doing this, 
"the marginal companies are 
doing It In spades.” 

IB the case o t Penn Central, 


Another 
compliment for 

NEW 
PURITAN 
BEEF STEW 

THE BETTER, 
BEEFIER-BEEF, 
BEEF STEW. 




Mrs. Madge Toronto, 
Burnaby. 






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The Energy 
Crisis! 

A special public lecture series 


September 20 
September 27 
October 4 
October 11 
October 18 
October 25 
November 1 
November 8 

November 15 
November 22 
November 29 
December 6 


Is there an energy crisis? 

Work, power and energy conversion 
Energy: How much for how long? 
Energy and the Environment 
Fossil Fuels 

Fission now, Fusion When? 

How many more dams? 

Future energy sources: 

How promising? 

Moving Energy 
Provincial Energy Policies 
Federal Energy Policies 
An Agenda for Energy 




Objective of the series is to help citizens make 
Informed decisions about future energy develop¬ 
ments. Offered by the Division of Continuing 
Education in co-operation with the Departments of 
Physics and Geography. 

Room 168, Elliott Building Lecture Wing: 7:30 p.m. 


Registration Form: The Energy Crisis! 

Return toi Division of Continuing Education 
University ot Victoria by Sept. 18. 

Mr. 

Names Mrs. 

Miss 


Initial 


Surname 


Address: 


Telephone: Day—. 

Fee: $12 (Enclosed) 

Cheques payable to University of Victoria. 


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Evening 



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MOST 


NOTICE—STANDARD MUST REDUCE ITS GIGANTIC STOCK BEFORE SEPTEMBER 
30TH STOCK-TAKING. LOWEST PRICES NOW ON TOP-QUALITY HOME FUR¬ 
NISHINGS — HUGE SELECTION OF FLOOR SAMPLES — ONE-OF-A-KIND — 
COMPLETE GROUPS PLUS MUCH OF OUR NEW FALL MERCHANDISE. ALL 
PRICED TO CLEAR. - SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE. 

FREE PARKING — EASY CREDIT TERMS — FREE DELIVERY 


LIVING ROOM 


Save many dollars — IVJany one of a kind Chesterfield 
Suites and Love Seats at Special Clearance Sale Prices. 
Must Clear Before Inventory 


• Colonial — French Provincial 
and Contemporary. 


• Traditional — Modern 


Kroelher — Sofa and Chair. Hard wearing tweed covers. 
Coil spring base with soft front edge. Green OAQ00 
Pepper. ... . 


Tuxedo Full Size Chesterfield Suite. At a greatly reduced 
price to clear. No sag spring base with deep Biscuit style 
cushions. Strong covers in Tangerine tweed— O^O 00 
Gold — Brick or Black Vinyl ... fc 1 ? W 

Semi Tuxedo Arm Sofa and Chair. A real bargain at this 
price. Herculon cover. Plaid green — or Tangerine. 
Hardwood frame for hard P 1 9°° 

family use. . fclw 

Large 4 Sea ter Sofa and Chair. Plush orlon and herculon 
Combination colors. Tangerine — 319 00 

Vinyl Sola and Chair — Tub Style. Hard wearing sup¬ 
ported vinyl covers. Coil spring base. Eastern hardwood 
frame by Kroehler. An outstanding value. Q7Q®® 
Green. ..Only OIV 

Wood Arm Hardwood Frame In Pecan Color. Loose pillow 
back and spats. Striking black and white color. OCQ 00 
Ideal for Den. r 

Kroehler High Back Sola and Chair. Diamond Padded 
Back style. 4 seater. Modem arm. Rust OQQ 00 
floral. Priced to clear .f fcww 


Large S-Plece Corner Sectional Suite. 
In comer section with lamp table, 
tweed covered backs. Green/Gold. 
Only . 


Built in bookcase 
Velvet seats and 

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Colonial Sofa and Swivel Rocker. Salem wood trim. Full 
skirt base. Arm caps included. Full coil spring A AQ 00 
base by Kroehler. Gold..--*•. ^ ** 


Love Seats 

•ance I 

99‘ 


Clearance Prices 

10° 

From up 


, over 100 Suites on Sale. All reduced in Price. 


BEDROOM 


Priced to clear. Old Dressers with mirror — Chest ol 
Drawers — Beds — Night Tables — Phis many bedroom 
suites. Special Clearance Prices for this Sale. Many one 
ot a kind — So shop early lor best selection. 

Satin Walnut Bedroom Suite. Triple dresser mid adjustable 
mirror. 4 drawer chest and Panel Bed. 4 QQOO 

54"/so". - -- 0n ’y 1 

Large Room Size Twin Mirror Bedroom Suite. Cinnamon 
walnut. 9-drawer triple dresser with twin mirrors. Large 
door chest. Full size 54”/60” 9QQ 00 

headboard .... t0 clear 

Teak Bedroom Suite. Large triple dresser and mirror 
Large door and drawer chest. 108” headboard 
including two night tables 

S-Plece Pine Design Suite. 6-drawer dresser and mirror 
4-drawer chest and 54" 1 HR 

panel bed . 190 

Modem Bedroom Suite. Greatly reducedto clear 72" 
triple dresser with adjustable mirror. Door chest and 
full size panel headboard. 389 

Salem walnut .. T ° clcar 

Cedar Chest-By Lane. Leopard skin covered 4 ? 9° 0 
style. Full cedar lined. Large size 50 


Night 


19 


Tables 

00 


Priced from IV «P , 

Greatly reduced. One or two of a kind. 


Odd Beds 


Priced from 


Save $10.00 to $50.00 on many odd 
dressers with mirrors and chests. 


737 Yates Street 


DINETTE SUITES 


We must dear many one of a kind Dinette Saltan plus 
many odd Dinette Tables and Ctialrs. Chrome and 
Bronze-tone. Various sizes on clearance sale. 


Odd Dinette Chairs 

Chrome and Bronzetone. Various colors and 
styles. A OO 


Priced from 


Odd Dinette Tables 

Some slightly marked. Small and large 
sizes. Priced to clear. 


Odd Dinette Suites 

Various sizes and styles. Clearance Prices. 
Quality Suites. Limited quantity. 

65°° 


5-Piece 


Pecan Top Dinette 8ulte. Drop leaf. 2 chairs — Ideal 
for small eating area. QQOO 

While they last. ..-..Only wW 

Family Size Dinette Suite. 36”x48”x60”x72”. QQOO 

Walnut. 6 matching chairs WW 

White Mode Arborlte Suite. Oval table. 36”x54"x66”. 
4 large high-back chairs. Deluxe Quality. 4 ^COO 

To clear I I W 

5-Piece Dinette Suite. Pecan arborite top. Avocado legs. 
4 high-back chairs. QQOO 

To dear WW 


OCCASIONAL 


Discontinued model* greatly reduced — Cocktail coffee 
tables — lamp tables — Commode lamp tables. 

If you are looking for an odd table, come In now and 
select yours at clearance Sale Prices. 

We have too many to list — but have Colonial — Modern 
— Spanish —Mcditreranean — and 4 OOO 

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French Provincial .Tables from I 


and up 


See them on our Mezzanine Floor Now 
for limited time only. 


DINING SUITES 


Now is your chance to save money on — one of a kind — 
Dining Room Suites. 

Dining Room Table and Chairs. 36”.\48”x60” walnut table. 
4 high-back walnut chairs. Gold Seats. 4 QQOO 

To clear i WW 

6-Piece Oak Dining Room Suite. Large oval table — 50” 
buffet base. 4 large side chairs. 3QQ 00 

To clear WWW 

I^rge Teak Dining Room Suite. 40”x60"x72” oval table. 
66” buffet base. 4 side chairs. 

All 6 pieces for only “WW 

Rich Walnut Suite in Modern Style. 42” diameter exten¬ 
sion table, „4 cane-back chairs. Large china C/flQOO 
cabinet. Only 0**W 


Deluxe Kaufman Dining Room Suite. 58” china cabinet in 
rich pecan. 40“x58”x90” oval extension table. 5 side 
chairs — 1 arm chair. Moss velvet seats. 4 4 QQOO 
To dear ■ IWW 


CHAIRS 


Chairs and Recllncrs — Plus Many Rocker* 
— Wide Range of Color* — 
Reduced Prices to Clear 


Hostess Chairs 

Many one of a kind. Assorted colors. 

21 00 


Priced 


and ut) 


Swivel Hooker (hair.. Hard wearing (weed covers. Dia¬ 
mond upholstered back. Reversible cushions. QCOO 
Brown — Gold — Red/Black. each 


Clearance of Rediners 

All quality recliners. Many one of a kind. 
Buy NoW and Save. 

OQ 00 

Clearance Price Ow and up 


LAMPS 


Table Lamps 


Green/brown or orange/green table lamps. 4 C99 
34” tall. ... ■ w 

Green glazed pottery table lamp complete with 4 C99 
white shade. 1 .... I® 

99" 

Crackled glass table lamps in amber. 

Green, brown or yellow table lamp in high 4 Q70 
glaze... ■ ° 

“Leather Look” table lamp with beige shade - ^095 
tan Only. "" 

Desk Lamp 

9 75 

. 

ie«° 

Double gooseneck lamp with rattan shades_ I W 


BOUDOIR LAMPS 
TV TRAYS . 


m off 


FLOOR COVERINGS 


Save on Floor Coverings . . . New fall 
shipments will be arriving. Clearing now 
for inventory taking and to make room. 

Braided Rug* — approximately 9x12. Colorful, reversible 
and gives great service for your investment 94** 

Now only W 1 * 


great choice in sizes, color and textures. 

Vinyl Remnant* — all at \\ price. Carlons, cushioned 
types, linos. Ideal for small rooms. 

27” Runner. Luxurious carved plush nylon with C98 
built-in cushion. Regular 8.95 yd. _ - r* yd. W 

27” Vinyl Runner. Hard wearing washable surface. Non- 
skid back. Attractive colors and patterns 098 

yd. " 

Vinyl — Sheet good* 6 feet. Lovely patterns and colors. 
Will give many years of satisfactory service. Ideal for 
lied rooms -- spare rooms. Easily maintained — ^39 


vinyl service. Regular 1.89 sq. yd. 


yd. 


Ceramic Installation Kit*. 

Reg. 3.95 set. —set 

Everything you need in tools for installing ceramic tile. 

Accent Rugs. Rya rugs, tor accent and settings. 4 Q88 
27”x51”. Regular 16.95 *W 

98 


36”x68”. Regular 29.95 .. 

Broad loom* — Rubber Backed. Cut-and-fit yourself and 
save installation costs. High density quality rubber back¬ 
ing — no extra cushion to buy. 

“Astonishing” 2-level 

nylon loop ... Only sq. yd. 

“Admiral” Tight construction. One level loop nylon 
Attractive tweed colors. 0 49 


SLEEP SHOP 


Tremendous savings on box springs and 
mattresses including Beauty Rest — Pos- 
turepedic. Simmons — Sealy and Grange 
— some soiled.^. 

SOILED — AS IS 

5 Only, Comfort Quilt. Queen size mattress QQ95 
54(f coils. Reg. 149.00 each As Is WW 

2 Only. Posturepfcdic Imperial Mattress. Queen QCOO 
size. Reg. 160.00 each As Is WW 

I Only. Posturepedlr Queen Size Unit. Small 4 QQOO 
tear. Reg. 279.00 ..As I* I WW 

1 Only. Hotel-Motel Queen Size Unit. ^COO 

Reg. 189.00 4 As Is • W 

1 Only. Postnrepedlc Unit, 4'6x6’. 4 A QOO 

Reg. 219.00 .As Is ■ ■Ow 

Kroehler. sleep or lounges In all nylon covers. QCQOO 
Big savings. each fcWW 

199 00 

Sealy, black vinyl reddibeds. • —- 

79 °° 

Baby prams. Two colors. - 1 — 

99«5 

Baby high chairs. 

SPECIALS IN UNFINISHED FURNITURE 

Many Items to Choose From 

382-5111 


DRAPERIES 


Printed Ilopsacldng. Lovely range of smart patterns and 
colore on sturdy cotton hopsacking. Modern, geometric 
and traditional patterns. 45” wide. Regular 2.25 yd. <| 79 


Special 


.yd. 


Plain Cotton Drapery. Useful for draperies and slip covert 

is this 100% cotton with an attractive texture- Pre-6hrunk 
too! Wide range of colors. 48” wide. Regular 2.25 4 79 
yd. Special ... yd. ■ 

Upholstery Vinyl. Heavyweight textured vinyl with sateen 
backing for a variety of home uses. Colors of black, parch¬ 
ment. brown, gold and olive. 54” wide. , 919 

Special .. i .yd. w 

Self-lined Fabric*. Soft and drapable, insulated drapery 
fabrics. Enjoy rich textured rayon antique satin with 
Estron acetate lining woven right into the fabric for 
extra convenience aiid comfort. Wide range of beautiful 
decorator colors. 48“ wide. Regular 5.95 yd. 9** 

Special.yd. « 

Vi to Vi OFF Ready made Drapes. Both lined and unlined 
drapes in this assortment that is a bonanza for the home¬ 
maker. Group includes fiberglas prints and plttiw. 
acrylics, cross-dyed fabrics and novelty weaves. 54”x84” 
lengths. Various widths. 9“ 47?' 


Special . .....pr. 


APPLIANCES 


RCA, AM Oock Radio 


Fleetwood Contemporary Stereo Console. Ultra fiff. 
solid state stereo amplifier. Walnut Q 4 QOO 
veneer cabinet .. "Iv 


Fleetwood 19”- Black and White Portable 4 QQOO 
TV. Polystrene cabinet. I WW 


Gibson 13 cubic foot Frost Clear Refrigerator, 
able shelves. 10 year warranty plan. 4 


Moffat 20 cubic foot side-by-side Freezer QCQOO 
Refrigerator. 1 only. Avocado. WWW* 


Fleetwood 19" Portable Color TV. 85% solid state. 

5-year warranty plan. 479°° 


Lewyt Canister Vacuum Cleaner. 

1 year guarantee. 


Simplicity Automatic Washer. 3 cycle — 2 speed. 

Harvest Gold only. 339°° 


Matching deluxe 2-cycle dryer . 


RCA Automatic Dryer. 
White only .. 


RCA Automatic 2-speed 3-cycle washer. Q4QOO 
White only . ..- wlW 


Findlay Deluxe Continuous Clean 30” Range. Infinite heat 
switches. Controlled broil. 2 years parts and QCQOO 
service. Harvest Gold only... .fcWW 

I) an by 10 cubic foot Zero Zone Automatic 2-door Refrig¬ 
erator. 5-year warranty plan. 60” high. 24” 97Q 00 
wide. White only. I W 


Hoover Deluxe Upright Vacuum. 4 position Q A 00 
selection for carpet height. W*T 


STANDARD 

FURNITURE 


8 Floors in the fabulous 
700 Block Yates, 
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n-.ll,, Ctolanllt. Victoria, B.C.. Thun., September 14,1972 


Prominent 


NAMES in the NEWS 


xampie 


Information 


vided between the North Van¬ 
couver Indian reserve and the 
Squamish reserve. He died 
last week. His wife. Josephine 
Charlie, said Dominic Charlie 
liked his house so filled with 
neighborhood children that it 
often looked like a bus sta- 


tomey-general John Mitchell 
said. 


ATHENS — A Greek lawyer SAN 

wants to know why multi- mother 

millionaire Aristotle Onaeaia pleaded 

can break plates and get particip 

it while less pontogr 


(ATLANTA (UPI) — 

. who read pornography 
be well-educated, wd 
and .socially and pol 
active, according to I 
Cody Wilson, an expert 
subject. 

Wilson, former ex< 
director of the U.S. cc 
sion on obscenity an< 
nography, also said 
religious, young cnarrie 
are the type most likelj 
consumers of pornog 


FAIRFIELD, Calif. The 
questioning of 12 prospective 
jurors began in the mgss 
murder trial of Juan Corona 
after the. judge warned the 
defence attorney to stop dis- 


away . ... ...... 

wealthy men linger in jail for specialized in pictures of chil- 
the same offence. dren. Santa Clara County Su- 

Athens Papers printed sev- Court Judge James 

era] pictures of Onassis rela.v f ,or th ^ !;en ' 

ing at a seaside resort. Some teuuiy of Mr., Lola Harriaoa, 
showed him wiUi’Tii. arm S3 " 

around Italian aetress El»» barged with lewd and las- 
MarttneW. The papers said he C,V " JU5 conduct, 
smashed “hundreds 1 ' of plates □ 

on the floor as Bquzouki 

singers danced, an old Greek KEMPSTON. England 

Housewife Linda Rowland, 25, 
has passed a driving test in a 
heavy duty truck. Mrs. Row¬ 
land said she will join her 
husband’s trucking firm as a 
long-distance truck driver. 


cusaing evidence during the 
impanelling process. Attorney 
Richard Hawk was called 
twice Into the chambers of Su- 
I>erior Court Judge Richard 
Patton — once after attempt¬ 
ing to read aloud from in af¬ 
fidavit by the sheriff who 
arrested Corona last year. _ 


Support 

Hosiery 


BRUSSELS — Prince 
Charles/ former regent of Bel¬ 
gium, was ordered by a court 
to pay more than 531,000 to¬ 
ward the costs of a trial in 
which his former business ad¬ 
viser, Oliver Allard, was ac¬ 
quitted of swindling him of 
more than $5 million. Prince 
Charles, 70, is the young 
brother of former King Leo- 
|K>ld and uncle of King Bau- 
douin. He was regent from 
1944 to 1950. 


The government outlawed 


Shop 

Thursday ’til 


“A year ago, a client of 
mine in Rhodes went to jail 
for 15 days for breaking 
plates,' 1 lawyer Nicholas Ua- 
leadlft said. "And in the same 
newspaper that carried the 
pictures of Onassis, on an¬ 
other page was a story of a 
25-year-old housepainter who 
was arrested on the island of 
Eubea for breaking crockery. 

‘‘I hare now sent full details 
of the Pnassis case to the pub¬ 
lic prosecutor, the minister of 
justice, and deputy premier 
(Stylianoa) Patt&kos. I shall 
wait and see what they will do 
about it,” Galeadis said. 


LONDON — Home Secre¬ 
tary Robert Carr said the 
woman warden of a London 
prison had taken multiple 
murderess Myra Hlndlry for 
a walk through London. He 
ordered that it never happen 
again. 


CINDKRFORD, England 
Frank Baldwin, 48, has been 
riding a horse to his local puh 
since he was banned from 
drinking and driving last 
year. Baldwin’s nine-year-old 
mare Cora slipped and threw 
him. Baldwin suffered two 
cracked ribs. 


Onassis 
. plates fly 


Value 

■Ministe 


REGINA — A man wanted 
in connection with the July 26 
strangulation of a Saskatoon 
woman will be returned to 
Canada for prosecution. 
Frank C. Gunnlsclo, 27, of 
Salt Lake City, Utah, was 
arrested last month by FBI 
agents in Utah. 


NORTH VANCOUVER 
More than 100 mourners at¬ 
tended a seven-hour funeral 
ceremony for Dominic Char¬ 
lie, well known in B.C. for his 
weather forecasts and his 
penchant for telling Indian le¬ 
gends. The services were di- 


she's neither an alcoholic nor 
a mental patient, as some 
highly placed republicans are 
whispering. *T want to be 
sure my side is told and that 
people know I’m not sitting 
here a mental case or an alco¬ 
holic.’ 1 the wife of former at- 


Hosiery 

and 

Panty Hose 


PORTLAND, Ore. (U1 
Rev. Ted Mcllvenna, a 
odist minister and cha 
of the committee on h. 
sexuality of the World C 
of Churches, told a f< 
judge Wednesday that 
nography has a thera 
value in soiciety. 

The San Francisco mi 
was called as a de 
witness in a case to dete 
if 1,500 booklets publish 
Denmark and confiscat 
Portland were obscene. 

“Just six years ago a i 
body was a shocking tt 
the reverend said. 
people have accepted r 
as well as once-repr 
form of human behavior 

Customs agents seizei 
booklets that were det 
for an adult bookstore F< 
at Portland International 
port after they arrived 
Copenhagen. 


WASHINGTON Martha 
Mitchell, packing up to move 
to New York City, declared 


Shop 

Thurs. ’til 


Sat. Sept. 23 

All Nylon 
Support- Stockings 

Reg. 5.00 


Eaton’s Semi-annua 
English shoe sale is 
back with one price 
on all these styles! 


Supreme Sheer 
Support Stockings 

Reg. 5.00. Sheer nylon and Lycra 
for support. Sahara, Swagger, 
Moonlight in — 

sizes 8'/3 to 11 , M flfl 
propirtioned f B 
lengths. 

Sale, pair 


pair. Nylon support 
style with seams. Colors of Blush 
or Taupemist. 

Sizes 8 Vi to 11 M f\f\ 
in proportioned MW I 11 I 
lengths. 

Sale, pair 


Mesh Support Panty Hose 

Reg. 5.00. Nylon and Lycra mesh with reinforced 
panty and toe sections. Colors of Definitely Neutral, 
Charm Taupe and White. Sale, each 


• UP ISLAND • D< 

• QUALITY & PR 


Reinforced Support 
Panty Hose 

Reg. 6.00. Ultra sheer sandal fool 
panty hose with reinforced panty 
section. Plain 
stitch, 


All Sheer Support 
Panty Hose 

Reg. 7.00. Here's support panty 
hose sheer from waist to sandal 
loot, of ultra-sheer plain stitrh 
nvlon and Lvcra ^ v 

Black or Char- 
coal. Sale, each 

All Support Panty Hose Styles in Petite <5’-.YS”. 100- 115 lbs.); Petite- 
Medium (5’8” - 5’6”, 115-130 lbs.); Medium Tall (5’6”-5'8”, 130-150 
lbs.) and Tall (5’8”-5’10”, 150- 165 lbs.). 

Hosiery, Main Moor 


This is an Eaton fashion exclusive! Men’s “Royal" and “Royal Sceptre” shoes are all Sani¬ 
tized treated and are made in the traditional top quality English style. Choose from these 
six top.styles; 

(A) Overly Strap Slip-ons in softee leather with leather soles and rubber heels. Moccasin 
vamp, slightly higher heel. Black or brown. Sizes 7-12 (full and half). Sale, pair 18.99 

(B) Monk Strap and Buckle Slip-ons in smooth leather with leather soles and rubber heels. 
Plain vamp, slightly higher heel. Black or brown. Sizes 7-12 (full and half). 

Sale, pair 18.99 

(C) 8 ” Side Zip Boots with smooth leather with Frcudcnberg composition soles and high¬ 
er heels. Black or brown. Sizes 6-12 (full and half). Sale, pair 18.99 

(D) 3-Eyelet Tie Blucher Oxford in smooth leather with leather sole and rubber heels. 
Moccasin vamp, Goodyear welt construction. Black or brown. Sizes 7-12 (full and half). 

Sale, pair 18.99 

(E) 4-Eyelet Tie Blueher Oxford in softee leather with leather soles and rubber heels. Moc¬ 
casin vamp, slightly higher heel. Black or burgundy. Sizes 7-12 (full and half). 

Sale, pair 18.99 

(F) 5-Eyelet Wing Tip Brogues in richly grained leather with leather soles and rubber 
heels. Goodyear welt construction. Brown only. Sizes 7-12 (full and half). 

Sale, pair 18.99 


Large, meaty 


in Nearly 
Nude or Defi¬ 
nitely Neutral. 

Sale, each 


Ptaee these in a 
lard well, cover w 

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A royal treat. Aged 


Imported, spring. W 


Shop in Person 
by Phone. 


or Stock up on Kayser Support Hosiery 


BUYLINE 

388-4373 


Men’* Shoe*, Main Moor 


A lean, tasty, panfn 

• Here’s something 


A little water, braise 
a lid. lb. 


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SPARERIBS , 


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* Salami ■ Summ 


WIENERS 


• and right from the i 
Victoria Market 1 * Sp 


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Check Your Free; 

FREEZER m 

• BEEF SIDES, lb. 61 

• BEEF HINDS, lb. 7! 

• GROUND BEEF in 

• and for interesting v 
many assorted freezer 
to suit your family's ta 

• No Charge for Cut! 

• We Reserve the Right 

• Prices Effective Sept. 


Trade In Your Old Machine 

A — ,— A | 

On An Elna From Eaton’s 


Now aj Eaton's you get a special trade-in allowance of 70.00 for your 
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Stabber Didn’t Realizte 
He Had Knife in Hand 


Soviet Cheaters Jailed, 
Nailed i by Quick Tests 


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MOSCOW (Reuter) — The newspaper Trud 


The jury wu told that an dlan. testified rflat Benaya 
rgument appeared to have had threatened him with his 
•veloped over the uae of two fist after calling him a "dirty 
tairs in the crowded tavern black man” and that he 
id that Benaya was struck. sought to ward off Benaya's 

...... _ blow with his left hand which 

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« coUasped after the blow, hi , j. ckat ,***,,. 
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Medical evidehoo showed the Saggar said he did not real* 
an died of a stab wound ■" he had his lotife in his 
rough the heart. hand and did not know until 

two days later that he had 

Saggar, who Is an East In- stabbed Benaya. 


VANCOUVER (CP) — A 
B.C. Supreme Court jury 
Wednesday found Raj Saggar 
of Vancouver guilty of man¬ 
slaughter in the Feb. 5, 1972, 
stabbing death of Ina Benaya 
In a Gastown beer parlor. He 
will be sentenced by Mr. Jus¬ 
tice G. F. T. Gregory Friday. 

Saggar had been on trial for 
non-capital murder but was 


reports that police Investigators gave a surprise 
spelling test to students here who had sailed 
through entrance examinations to a Moscow in¬ 
stitute. Some made between 60 and 100 mistakes. 
Now they are serving labor camp terms for brib¬ 
ing school officials. The entrance officer was jailed 
for 15 years and 12-year terms were given three 
teachers, the newspaper says. 


ATLANTA (UPI) - People 
. who read pornography tend to 
be well-educated, well-read, 
and .socially and politically 
active, according to Dr. W. 
Cody Wilson, an expert on the 
subject. 

Wilson, former executive 
director of the U.S. commis¬ 
sion on obscenity and por¬ 
nography, also said non¬ 
religious, young married men 
are the type most likely to be 
consumers of pornographic 


the reasons why, but said. "I 
would guess that the type of 
person as described has more 
social contact, and would fre¬ 
quent places where there is 
less inhibition toward sex.” 

Wilson said the commis¬ 
sion's - report, the recommen¬ 
dations of which were reject¬ 
ed by the president and the 
Senate, changed many con¬ 
cepts concerning por¬ 
nography's effect on the 
American citizen. 

He said It was found that 
the sex criminal’s exposure to 
pornography during childhood 
and subsequent years was 
"very, very low, and in many 
cases, almost nil." 

Wilson said studies do in¬ 
dicate that there may be posi- 
t i v e connection between 
moral depravity and por¬ 
nography. 

"But what we can’t deter- 


most children were sexually 
educated at the age of about 


"By the time they reach 15, 
it’s old stuff to them, or they 
are a little embarrassed,’’ he 


convicted of the lesser 
charge. 


material. 


Wilson told the Medical As¬ 
sociation of Atlanta that no 
body has been able to pinpoint 


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first —the pornography of the 
moral depravity?” he said. 
"We tend to think that the 
person might have been mor¬ 
ally depraved before he ever 
discovered pornography." 

Wilson also said he felt 


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PORTLAND, Ore. (UPI) — 
Rev. Ted Mcllvenna, a Meth¬ 
odist minister and chairman 
of the committee on human 
sexuality of the World Council 
of Churches, told a federal 
judge Wednesday that por¬ 
nography has a therapeutic 
value in society. 

The San Francisco minister 
was called as a defence 
witness in a case to determine 
if 1,500 booklets published in 
Denmark and confiscated in 
Portland were obscene. 

“Just six years ago a naked 
body was a shocking thing,” 
the reverend said. “Today 
people have accepted nudity 
as well as once-repressed 
farm of human behavior.” 

Customs agents seized the 
booklets that were destined 
for an adult bookstore Feb. 22 
at Portland International Air¬ 
port after they arrived from 
Copenhagen. 


Store Hours: Dally 9:00 a.m. to 5:30 
Thurs. and Fri. 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. 


Manila Combats 
Bomb Blasts 

MANILA (Reuter) — The 
Philippine government 
stepped up security measures 
in Manila, calling up reserve 
troops to help 1,500 regular 
soldiers combat a spate of 
bomb blasts. 


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September Cheer 

Outlook warm and dry, with above normal tem¬ 
peratures expected to cover Canada during Stepem- 
ber according to the long-range outlook of the 
United States weather bureau. Light to moderate 
precipitation is expected for the country with the 
exception of parts of British Columbia. This is not 
a specific forecast and changes may occur. 


Voter Signup Task Force 
Plans Sites 


A voter| registration desk 
for the December municipal 
elections Will be set up next 
week by the Victoria Associa¬ 
tion of Women Electors. 

The desk will be at the 
Douglas Street entrance to 
Eaton's department store. It 
will be open from 1 to 4 p.m. 
Mondays and from 10 a m. to 
4 p.m. Tuesday until Sept. 23. 

Final date for registration 
Is Sept 38! Voters may also 
register at municipal halls. 


Fiffc Razes 
Landmark 

GRAND FORKS (CP) - An 
•arly-moming fire destroyed 
the Christina Hotel at Chris¬ 
tina Lake, 13 miles east of 
here. The 40-year-old land¬ 
mark burned down despite the 
efforts of area fire depart¬ 
ments. 


rs&sr.* 




I Just read an ad the 
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try and hang by its 
front wheels from the 
Fresco at the Sistine 
Chapel in Rome! 



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sheltered Inside Passage, first discovered, by early 
Spanish explorers. Now, sail it on the Queen of Prince 
■qSMt northbound or southbound, between Kelsey 
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Rupert, the world's thlrd-largest natural port, just below 
to Alaska panhandle. 

Enjoy your own private stateroom, dine on fresh B.C. 
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service. Photograph soaring mountain peaks, 
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af an ancient Indian village. Set your sights on big 
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His federal campaign tour* 
Ing will bring Oppoaltlon 
Leader Robert Stanfield to 
Victoria this weekend, to 
meet the people, the newt 
writers and fellow Progres¬ 
sive Conservatives. 

Stanfield, his wife and a 
daughter will arrive at the 
Empress Hotel some time 
Sunday night, but Monday 
will be their busy day. 

Plans are not yet complete, 
but there will be a press con¬ 
ference, a luncheon and a 
visit to the Victoria Silver 
Threads headquarters, 4 Cen¬ 
tennial Square. 

• •_ f 

The luncheon will perhaps 
provide the best opportunity 
for the pribHc to meet the 
Tory leader. It will be a 
"Lunch with the Standfleld 
Family’’ in Centennial 
Square, including free coffee 
and sandwiches. 

That will be from about 
noon to 1:30 pjn., with the 
Silver threads visit follow¬ 
ing. Balance of the day is still 
undecided, but there are plans 
for a radio talk show. 


From Victoria the Stan¬ 
fields will fly to Edmonton, 
then north Into the Northwest 
Territories. 


□ 


& 


Thousands of former Liber¬ 
al voters will be supporting 
the New Democratic party in 
the Oct. 30 federal election 
because of their disenchant¬ 
ment with the Trudeau gov¬ 
ernment, Victoria MDP can¬ 
didate Flemming Hansen said 
Wednesday. 

Addressing a meeting of the 
Grace Maclnnis Club, Hansen 
said that the Liberal party 
has many members “who are 
basically progressive and who 
are aware of the serious prob¬ 
lems which have been 
shrugged off by the prime 
minister.’’ 

"This arrogant, complacent 
attitude has led Trudeau's 
1968 supporters to become dis¬ 
illusioned. Many of them are 
now turning to the NDP since 
it offers the only progressive, 
people-oriented approach to 
government.” 

Hansen said that Trudeau's 
attempt to limit the election 


campaign to two Issues only 
— national unit and to econ¬ 
omy — means ignoring other 
extremely Important issues 
that should have fnU discus¬ 
sion. 

He cited environmental 
problems, needs of senior citi¬ 
zens and the taxation aystem 
as other such Issues. 


A North American program 
to develop a practical electric 
road vehicle will be shared by 
B.C. Hydro, the company said 
Wednesday. 

The company has ordered 
one of 100 electric service 
vans now being built by Bat- 
tronlc Truck Corporation of 
Boyertown, Pa. Hydro will 
use Its van for inspection trips 
and deliveries Involving short 
distances and frequent stops. 

This, said a company of¬ 
ficial, could be an Important 
contribution to the fight 
against air pollution caused 
by Internal combustion en¬ 
gines. 

The electric car will be 
mounted on a 91-inch wheel¬ 
base chassis with an interior 


_ Tito#? 

height of 61 Inches, an overall 
length of 12 fspt a width of 
6H feet and total height of 
almost eight feet 

r) 

Premler-riect Dave Barrett 
•aid Tuesday he won’t play an 
active role for the New Demo¬ 
cratic Party in the federal 
election campaign because all 
his time will be devoted to 
setting up his new govern¬ 
ment. He said NDP federal 
leader David Lewis has his 
full moral support. 

□ 

Community Action Theatre, 
a group of welfare recipients 
directed by Gary Pogrow, will 
offer one performance of their 
work at 8 p.m. Friday at 
Open Space, 510 Fort Street. 
The group, which has been 
touring Vancouver Island this 
summer, bases its themes on 
the welfare situation and re¬ 
lated topics. It was filmed 
while on tour by the National 
Film Board. 

□ 

Accidental death was the 
verdict of a coroner's jury 
Tuesday night after an in¬ 



quest Into a recent Central 
Saanich g-altic fatality — and 
the jury added a finding that 
no blame was to be attached 
to the driver. . 

The Inquest, conducted by 
Coroner Gerald Gerrie in Cen¬ 
tral Saanich municipal hall, 
probed the death of Mrs. 
Joyce Eng, 61, ot 829 Court¬ 
ney in Victoria, after she was 
hit by a car Aug. 28 on the 
Patricia Bay Highway near 
Island View Road. 

Evidence was the woman 
was seen standing on the 
highway shortly before the 
ca of Barrie St. John, 1540 
Belcher, reached the scene. 

Allan McKinnon, Progres¬ 
sive Conservative candidate 
for Victoria, told a downtown 
workers’ coffee party Wednes¬ 
day he isn’t "very happy with 
the trend of the campaign” 
for the Oct. 30 federal elec¬ 
tions. 

McKinnon said Liberal cabi¬ 
net ministers seem to be get¬ 
ting pre-election goodies to 
pass out on a roster system. 

In a press release, McKin¬ 
non said first Ron Basford, 
housing minister, announced 
a housing purchase plan that 


"will enable even the Well-to- 
do to get over-extended.” 

Next, Jean Chretien of 
northern affairs, was author¬ 
ized to spend J12 million on 
Heritage Canada, the release 
said. 

“If Trudeau has this roster 
in what seems to be alphabe¬ 
tical order, I won't rest easily 
until he gets past Coyer,” the 
statement said. 

o 

Bernard Wauthy, a 30-year- 
old Victoria businessman, 
said Wednesday he will seek 
the Victoria Social Credit no¬ 
mination in the Oct. 30 federal 
elections. 

The nomination meeting 
will be held at 8 p.m. today at 
Quadra elementary school, 
Finlayson Road. 

To date, Wauthy is the only 
one seeking the Social Credit 
nomination in the Victoria- 
Oak Bay riding. 

The Esquimalt-Saanich So¬ 
cial Credit Association will 
hold its nomination meeting 
at 8 p.m. next Wednesday in 
the Ingraham Hotel. 

Former provincial ML As 
John Tisdalle and Herb Bruch 
will contest that nomination. 


Eaton’s Budget Store 



Continues— ■ Right through to Saturday 


Thritty shoppers know Eaton’s Semi-Annual Super Sale brings them the kind of savings that 
really trim the family budget ... on everyday needs from foods to fashions to toys and tools. 
Check these very special items . .. shop early . . . there’s plenty more where these came from 
on the Lower Main Floor at Eaton’s. 


Layered Look 
Sweater Fashions 


New fashion treatment of an old favourite, the 
sweater. Solid colors with imitation vest in 
contrasting color, long sleeves, turtle 
neck. Brown/beige, black/gold tone, 
turquoise/brown. Sizes S.M.L. 

Sale, each 


Fine Rib Cords 
In Casual Pants 


4 


99 


Cotton Flannelette 
Long Gowns 

Now’s the time to choose the cosy flannelette 
gown to keep you snug and warm these chilly 
fall nights. Styled with round collared neck¬ 
lines, elbow length sleeves, in dainty 
florals on pink or blue. ikQQ 

S.M.L. Machine wash and dry. 

Sale, each 


Cotton Flannelette 
Shift Gowns 


Special Purchase of 
Manufacturer's Clearance 

Fall Handbags 


Accent your new fall wardrobe with a handbag 
from this clearance group. For less than five 
dollars you can choose from new shoulder strap 
and plain handle designs in leather-like 
vinyl. Basic fall shades of navy, black, 
brown, wine, tan. 

Sale, each 


99 



Women’s flares styled from washable fine rib 
corduroy that machine dries, too. Button front, 
belt loops, colors of beige, brown, pur¬ 
ple and navy. New high hip style /^QQ 
popular with juniors. Sizes 8 to 18. 

Sale, each 


6 ! 


Pretty shift styles in warm, machine washable 
cotton flannelette. Elbow length sleeves, col¬ 
lared necklines, dainty lace trimmed 
yoke. Plain colors of pink, blue or 00(1 
yellow in sizes S.M.L. Fvd 

Sale, each mi 


Women’s Sweaters 

Substandard!). Choose from cardigans, pull¬ 
overs, knit shirts . . . slight flaws should not 
affect wearing qualities or appear¬ 
ance. Knit fabrics include Acrylics 499 


and polyesters. Assorted colors, S.M. 
and L in the group. Sale, each 


4 s 


Save on Crew Socks 

Stock up on these hard-wearing crew socks in 
a washable blend of Orion and nylon. 

Ribbed knit in white, navy or brown. | • 1 
One size fits 9 to 11. frk11^ 

Sale, pair 


Super Savings in 
Household Needs 

Homespun Type 
Bedspreads 

Match up your new bedspread with drapes and 
really save dollars on home decorating! Colorful 
stripes of green, blue and brown on 
natural grounds. Machine washable . . . jjjj 


69* 


needs little or no ironing. 
Sale, single size, each 

Double size, 
each 


6 ! 


Housecoats 


Slipperettes 


Clearance group includes long housecoats in 
cotton and cotton crepe, button front, with or 
without collar. Mostly _ „ _ 
florals, various shades. tl QU , /• Utt 

Machine washable. S.M. 

L.OS. Sale, each 


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Women’s slipperettes with hard soles and heels. 
Colors of black, blue, red, white or beige . . . 
all with gold or silver colored trims. 

Sizes S.M.L.XL. For at-home wear f if |a 
... or to put away for gifts. III Rv 

Sale, pair —* 


99* 


Downstairs Budget Store 


BUY LINE/388'4373 


For Fall and Winter... 


Flannelette Sheets 


Imperfects . .. Canadian made sheets of machine 
washable dryable cotton flannelette. 

Finished with whipped ends. Pink or blue 
borders. Twin size 70”x90” only. fiv 

Sale, each 


Room Size Carpets 

Substandards . . . Hard wearing Viscose and ny¬ 
lon carpets in big 9’xl2’ size. Finished with serged 
edges. Easy-care. Colors of blue, green, tur¬ 
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tare 


"will enable even the well-to- 
do to get over-extended.” 

Next, Jean Chretien of 
northern affairs, was author¬ 
ized to spend $12 million on 
Heritage Canada, the release 
said. 

"If Trudeau has this roster 
in what seems to be alphabe¬ 
tical order, I won't rest easily 
until he gets past Coyer," the 
statement said. 

—-—o 

Bernard Wauthy, a 30-year- 
jld Victoria businessman, 
said Wednesday he will seek 
the Victoria Social Credit no¬ 
mination in the Oct. 30 federal 
Sections. 

The nomination meeting 
Mill be held at 8 p.m. today at 
Quadra elementary school, 
Finlayson Road. 

To date, Wauthy is the only 
)ne seeking the Social Credit 
lomination in the Victoria- 
)ak Bay riding. 

The Esquimalt-Saanich So¬ 
cial Credit Association will 
lold its nomination meeting 
it 8 p.m. next Wednesday in 
he Ingraham Hotel. 

Former provincial MLAs 
lohn Tisdalle and Herb Bruch 
vill contest that nomination. 




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San Juan 
Slow Starter 


In past years September 
and October fishing in San 
Juan Bay and River at Port 
Renfrew has produced the 
King Fisherman Contest win¬ 
ners in coho, Chinook and 
steelhead classes. 

Fishing hasn’t been as good 
at Port Renfrew so far this 
year as it has in. some other 
years, but both Chinooks and 
coho are now being taken in 
San Juan Bay. 

They fish a little differently 
at Port Renfrew than they do 
in other Island fishing spots. 
One of the popular methods is 
to troty with a big gold T- 
spoon, or a Cowichan Spinner 
and work £jst out from the 
beach not far from where the 
breakers start to curl. It it 
shallow there and all that is 
needed is a couple of ounces 
of weight. Sometimes the 
Chinooks go in the high 40s 
and the coho in the mid 20s. 

Latest King Fisherman en¬ 
tries: 

SPRING (Chinook) 

Dmp' Cava Marina 

Jaarj Black, 107SO Wast Saanich; 

11.2, DM* Cove Markar, Strip. 

*a"p»" h fAr m m 

Jamas Bay Anstar's Association 

Jack Parker. 805 EHarv; 22.11, 
Albart Head, harrlna. 

Norman Taylor, 111 Montreal; 
10.5, Brotchle LEDGE, Strip. 

Frank Barnes, 21 Pilot; 2.10, 
Brotchle Ledge, minnow. 

Mrs. Raija Ponkke, 121 Olive; 
7.1, Brotchle Ledge, minnow. 

Jack Barnes, 41 Dock; 5.15, Brot¬ 
chle Ledte, minnow. 

Sector Bay Marina 

Jim Ball, 1 740 Newton; 31.1, 
Becher Bay, Strip. 

Dave Wigmore, R.R. 1, Becher 
Bay; 21, Beechey Head, Super 
Strip Teaser. 

Tom Scrase, 1327 JusNne; 25, 7.1, 
Beechey Head, minnow. 

Robert D. Hegel, 4606 Van- 
treight; 24.8, 22.8, 22, I, Beechey 
Head, Strip. 

Jamas E. Lauritxen, 2704 Peatt; 

H I, Becher Bay, Minnow Teaser. 

Larry Good son, 3114 Glen Lake; 
17, Beechey Head, Strip. 

Fred Wood. 193 4Hovey; 16, 6, 5, 

5.12, Becher Bay, Strip. 

Mrs. Ruby Shipley, 2020 Foul 
Bay; 7.8, Beechey Heed, Strip. 

James Christie, 2020 Foul Bay; 

6.8, Beechey Head, Strip. 

■Illotfs Cabins 

Frank Elliott, Port Renfrew; 
27.4, San Juan Bay, Tom Mack. 

Sutherland, 5214-111 8th Edmon¬ 
ton; 24.2, San Juan Bay, Golf Tee. 

Eddy Hill, Port Renfrew; 21.8, 
San Juan Bay, Golf Tee. 

Leo Nelson, 4080 Grange; 17, San 
Juan Bay, Tom Mack. 

Frank Elliott, Port Renfrew; 8.2, 
San Juan Bay, Golf Tea. 

Share Acres. ^ *» 

Bob HeUett, R.R. 1, Mill Bay;- 

11.12, Deep Cove, Strip. 

Allen's Baystore Marina 

William Koers, Lakes, Duncan; 

28.8, 15.8, Cowichan Bay, Strip. 

Ray Karr, 303-2523 Wark; 21.4, 

28, 5.4, Cowichan Bay, Strip. 

Bob Major, 12-974 Goldstream; 

21.2, Cowichan Bay, minnow. 

Sandra Caktwall, 2620 Forbas; 



26.2, 18.8, 12.12, Cowichan Bay, 
Strip. 

RJctord R. Bennett , Fisher 
Cobble Hill; 26, 13.4, Coptctofl 
Bay, Strip. 

Gavpa M. Fifa, 3135 Apria, Dun¬ 
can; 24.8, Cowicnan Bay, narrinp. 

Jack Avar, 5877 Heather, Dun¬ 
can; 23.9, Cowichan Bay, harrlna. 

Hilda Jamas, 2419 Heather JSun- 
can; 23.4, 12, Cowichan Bay, Strip. 

Room, WiHIi, JSt 22.11, 

Cowichan Bay, plug barring. 

Lanct Evans, R.R. 1, Cowichan 
Station; 22.4, 7.2, 34, 64, Cowichan 
Bay herring. 

E. Palmar, 220 Dogwood, Dun¬ 
can;. 21, Narrows, mooching. 

Garnet MacDonald, Hard, Dun¬ 
can; 20.8, 7, Bold Bluff, herring. 

Mrs. Kay Spencer, 265 1 Fern- 
wood; 20.7, Cowichan Bay, barring. 

Bob Caldwell, 2620 Forges; 20, 
14.4. Cowkton Bay, Strip. 

Richie Bennett, Flsner, Cobble 
Hill; 19.4, Cowichan Bay, Strip. 

M. Kaspers, 591 Cedar, Duncan; 
17.i 9.12, Cowichan Bay, Strip. 

Charlie Strougler, Honeymoon 
Bay; 14.12, Cowichan Bay, Strip 

Caddie Ponlch. Mill Bay; 16.12, 
Cowichan Bay, mooching. 

F. A. Goodwin. 3608 Quadra; 16, 
Cowichan Bay, Strip. 

Michelle Bennett, Fisher. Cobble 
Hill; 16, Cowichan Bay, Strip. 

Bobby Caldwell Jr., 2620 Forbes; 
15, Cowichan Bay, Strip 

Bob Caldwell, 2420 Forbes; 14, 
13.12, Cowichan Bay, bstrtp.. 

Kerry Palmer, 220 Dogwood, 
Duncan; 12.12, Cowichan Bay, 
mooching. 

Jim Thorne, Duncan; 11.4, Cow¬ 
ichan Bay, herring. 

Cordell Sandqulst, 2248 Birch, 
Duncan; 11.4, Cowichan Bay, her- 

r A^lss G. Griffiths, RR No. 4, Dun¬ 
can; 10, Cowichan Bay, Herring 
Strip. 

Brian Burchlll, 135 Atkins; 7.1, 


Cowichan Bay, Strip. 
McDonnell's Marina. 


No Fiddling 
For Tax Men 

NEWARK, England (CP) - 
Tax officials are having a 
rough time with fiddlers in 
this Nottinghamshire town. 
Also guitarists, drummers 
and other musicians, who ref¬ 
use to play at social evenings 
for government tax collectors. 
One band even walked out 
half-way through a show when 
the players found out the 
identity of the hosts. 

Lamb, Cattle 
Killed by Cold 

WELLINGTON, N.Z. 
(Reuter) — Thousands of 
newborn lambs have died in 
floods and bitterly cold spring 
weather in southern New Zea¬ 
land in the last few days. 
Some cattle have also been 
loct 


Dave Bottan, 2089 Byron; 27, 5.1, 
Cowichan Bay, Strip. 

Mrs. Andy Ball, Laka Cowichan; 
23, 19.9, Cowichan Bay, Supar Min¬ 
now Taasar. 

Andy Ball, Laka Cowichan; 214, 
15.13, Cowichan Bay, Supar Minnow 
Taasar. 

Jim Botton, 109-532 DaHas; 21.8, 

10.12, 10.12, Cowichan Bay, Strip. 
Gllbart Olsen, 9452 Lochslde; 20, 

12.6, 7.2, 7, Cowichan B«y, Supar 
Strip. 

Mrs. Chris Hesketh, Lanas, Cob¬ 
ble Hill; 17, Cowichan Bay. Super 
Strip. 

Glenn W. Hill, Cherry Point, Cob- 
bel HIM; 15.4, 404. Cowichan Bay, 
Strip. 

Mrs. Gllbart Olsen, 9452 Loch¬ 
slde; 14, Cowichan Bay, Super 
Strip Teaser. 

John McDonell, RR No. 1, Cobble 
Hill; 124, 9.7, 7.4, Cowichan Bay, 
Super Strip Teaser. 

Sheila Botten, 109-532 Dallas; 
11.3, 5.8, Cowichan Bay, Super Min¬ 
now Teaser. 

Lorne Combs. RR No. 1, Cobble 
Hill; 11, Bold Bluff, herring. 

Chris Hesketh, Lanes, Cobble 
Hill; 84, Cowichan Bay, Supar 
Strip. 

Raymond Cardv, 5973 Howard, 
Duncan; 8, 5, Cowichan Bay, Strip. 

Frank Yamada, 6-944 TattersaH; 
7.15, Cowichan Bay, Supar Strip 

Taasar. 

Trevor Bell, Meaachie Lake; 7.12, 
5, Cowichan Bay, Super Minnow 
Teaser. 

Bill Botten, 2089 Bvron; 54, Cow¬ 
ichan Bay, Super Strip Teaser. 

Douglas M. Smith, 3240 Gibbons, 
Dur.can; 5.3, Cowichan Bay. 

La Bella Vista, Bowser. 

Mr. F. Mould, 3066 East Third, 
Vancouver; 14, Bowser, Strip. 

Mrs. E. R. Smith, 3984 Medway; 

11.12, Bowser. 

Dick How, Calgary; 11.8, Bowser, 
Strip. 

W. Gordon Smith, 3984 Medway; 
7.8, Bowser, Strip. 

Miss A. E. Blrt, Raymond, Alber¬ 
ta; 6.8, Bowser, Strip. 

Stan Elllsfson, Medicine Hat; 
5,14, Bowser, Strip. 

Mr. R. Rvnqulst, Vancouver; 5, 
Bowser, Strip. 

Bates Beach Resort. 

Jeff Luttrell. Box 3102, Cour¬ 
tenay; 19.7, Bates Batch. Rex Flel 

DlUfl. 

John Henson, 1135-10, Courtenay; 
17.2, Bates Beach, Herring Strip. 

Larry Stephens, Imaha, Nebras¬ 
ka: 17, Bates Beech, Bucktail. 

Ronald E. McRae, 1265 Willlmar, 
Courtenay; 13.13, Bates Beach, 
Hootchy. 


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SEEKERS 

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72 LTD 
BROUGHAM 


2-Door Hardtop Staff Car Stock No. 3252 

In sold dinv with tobacco Interior, brawn vinyl roof, 
automatic. iM.uer •trorlne. i*otver front disc brakes, 
wheel cover*. 400 CID, V 8 engine, electric dock, power 
ventilation, rear bumper guards, body aide moulding, 
visibility group, hlghtuuk split bench aeal with reclin¬ 
ing passenger, whitewalls, radio, deluxe bells, rear 
window elerlrie defroster, power side windows, heavy 
duly suspension, underseal. 

Reg. Retail , $5962 

Save _-- — $900 

now_*5062 

NOW IS THE TIME TO SAVE 
ON 1972 CARS AND TRUCKS 
OVER 120 MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM 


PETER POLLEN 


YATES AT COOK 


384-1144 


Thurs. 9 a»m. ’til p.m. 



,..And... 
Don’t Miss 
Eaton’s 
Family Drug 

SALE 

Continues Through 
Saturday September 16th 

Eaton’s 
Pharmacy 
For Convenient 
Service On 
Prescriptions 

Have your prescription filled at Eaton’s 
Pharmacy, conveniently located on the 
Main Floor. Continue your shopping, 
your prescription will be waiting for 
you when you’re ready to leave. Re¬ 
member, you may use your handy 
Eaton Account. 

Pharmacy, Main Flour 



Well-known national brands at savings 
Stock dp now for fall at these low prices 

Eaton’s Drug Sundries Sale brings you your favourite national brand items at sale prices. 
Now yoy can have a Well-stocked medicine cabinet for much less. That’s if you hurry, 
right now, to Eaton’s Drug Sundries, Main Floor. -' .' 






Agorol 

R*g. 1.69. An effective gentle 
pleasant tasting laxative for 
the whole family. 1 }Q 
22 02 . Sale, each I *37 

Dimetapp 30's 

R<*. 2.89. For round-the- 

clock relief from sinus con¬ 
gestion. colds, hay y JQ 
fever. Sale, each 

Ban Ultra Dry 

New Ban ultra dry anti- 
perspirant deodorant. Choose 
unccnted or regular, 1 IQ 

9 oz. Sale, each I . I ✓ 


Phospho Lecithin 

Helps reat nervousness re¬ 
sulting from overwork, worry 
or illness. 16 oz. j Q(j 


Sale, each - 


Softique Both Beads 

Turns your bath into a silky 
smooth body lotion. Assorted 
fragrances. 14 oz. QQ 

Sale, each 77C 

Multiple Vitamins 

One - a - Day Vitamins Plus 
Iron for women and teens, 
ioc s. ^ 29 


Sale, bottle 


Tampax Tampons 

Reg. 1.39. For sanitary pro¬ 
tection. Regular or Suiier. 
Box of 40. 1 3Q 

Sale, each I *3/ 

Anacin 100's 

Reg. 99c. Helps relieve pain 
of headache, colds, arthritic 
and rheumatic pain. QQ 

Sale, each 07C 

Colgate 100 

Mouthwash and gargle, kills 
germs. Mentho Blue. 17-oz. 
bottle. qq 

Sale, each 77C 


Hot Water Bottles Men's Kits 


Eaton’s Custom hot water 
hotiles made in England. 
Durable rubber. 1 CQ 

Sale, each ■ *3^ 


Reg. 4.93 Black vinyl kits for 
travel or to use at home. 
Large size. y QQ 

Sale, each fc*// 




Gravol Tablets 

Reg. 93c and 1.79. For the 
prevention of travel sickness. 
10’s and ?5’s. 

r h 79c nnd 1 .33 

Drug Sundries, Main Floor 


Ultra-Brite 

Reg. 1.29. Ultra-brite tooth¬ 
paste helps keep teeth whiter. 

Super Size. l QQ 

Sale, each I .v/ 

Imp. Leather Soap 

Reg. B5e. A luxurious deli¬ 
cate fragrance suitable for 
the whole family. Bath size. 

r k 59c 

Arrid X Dry 

Reg. i.»9. The deodorant with 
powder helps you stay dry 
linger. 6 oz. size. DO** 

Sale, each 77 C 

Benylin 

Reg. 1.39. A pleasanff/ flav¬ 
oured cough syrup for relief 
of coughs due to colds: 8 -oz. 
bottle. f IQ 

Sale, each 1,1 / 




BUY LINE/388'4373 


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Residents of Cobble Hill. Jordan River, Fort Renfrew and the Gulf 
Islands call toll free Zenith 13000. 


EATON'S 749 View St. 

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Warehouse Store 


-Hour No Cost 
Parking 

(Next Door in Civic 
Parking Garage) 


It Pays To Shop Eaton's Warehouse Store 

We use our buying power to bring you transit claims, dis¬ 
continued lines, older models, seconds, demonstrators and 
new merchandise. And YOU gain the savings plus Eaton's 
“Goods Satisfactory er Money Refunded” Guarantee. 


Personal Shopping Only. 

Please Arrange for the * 
lartage Company of Your Choice 


mm. 




Timely Savings on New Beatty Freezers—5 Sizes 

15 Cu. Ft. Freezer 8 Cu. Ft. Freezer 12 Cu. Ft. Freezer 18 Cu. Ft. Freezer 23 Cu. Ft. Freezer “ 

31” wide, 24” 370 lb. capacity, compact de- 625 lb. capacity, 50" wide, in- 

154.88 


495 lb. capacity, measures 280 lb. capacity, 31” wide, 24” 370 lb. capacity, compact de- 625 lb. capacity, 50" wide, in- 775 lb. capacity, 60” wida, 3 1 
only 40” wide. Interior light deep, 36” high. 1 C4 Q Q sign. 1 *7/1 Q Q terior light, 2 baskets and 1 baskets, 2 dividers, interior 

in stay-up lid. 1 basket, 1 Sale, each I JT.OO Sale, each I /T.OO divider, operating light, lid light, operating signal " 

divider, operating light, lock lock. 1 QQ QQ lock and key, 

and key. 1 70 QQ Sale, each I 70.00 Sale, each 

Sale, each I / 0.00 


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MATTRESSES 
and BOX SPRING 
CLEARANCE 

Mostly single size units to give you the 
comfort and support you need while you 
sleep . . . now clearance priced in the 
Warehouse Thursday. Choose from: 

3-3 Sealy Unit 

"Perfect Slumber’ mattress and box 
springs. 11 A QQ 

Sale, unit I • J 

3-3 Simmons Unit 

Reg. 139.93, 8 only. "Super Luxury’’ unit 
includes mattress with box 1 1 Q QC 

spring. Sale, unit I I 7.73 

3-3 Simmons Box Spring 

Reg. 96.00, 2 only. "Beauty Rest" CQ QC 

box spring. Sale, each 37.73 

t 3 Embassy Mattress 

g. 99.95. Mattress only. 

Sale, each 

4-6 Simmons Unit 

Reg. 159.99. "Debonair" unit includes mat¬ 
tress and box spring. Slightly 1 IQ QC 
soiled. Sale, unit I I 7. 73 

3-3 Sealy Miracle Guard Unit 

Reg. 89.95. Includes mattress and 7 Q QC 
box spring. Sale, unit #7.73 

3-3 Sealy Deluxe Comfort 

Includes mattress and box spring. Q* QC 

Sale, nnit 7^.73 

3-3 Sealy Albany Unit 

Includes mattress and box spring. QQ QC 
Safe, unit 07.73 


Get Ready for New Fall Shows - 

COLOR TV CLEARANCE 

Sports ... TV specials ... all your favourite shows are yours to enjoy in 
lively, life-like color. All it takes is a visit to Warehouse Sales for these 
extra special TV values: 


19" Portable Color TV 

UHF/VHF, glide color control, walnut 
woodgrain cabinet. 2 only 2 QQ QQ 
Sale, each 377.00 

19" Viking Color TV 

Features automatic rapid-on and pre¬ 
set fine tuning. 370 fifi 

Sale, each 3/7.UU 


19" Used Color TV 

Viking portable model. Preset fine 

;r g 279.99 


19" AGS Color TV 

Nearly new condition, 3AQ QQ 
portable model. Sale 3 1 0.00 


LIVING ROOM SUITES 


79.95 


Please Arrange For 
Cartage Company 
of Your Choice 


2-Pce Modern Chesterfield Suite. 
Reg. 359.99. With moulded back, 
foam cushions, walnut arm rests. 
Herculon Cover in 3 7Q QQ 
goldtone tweed. Sale 

2 - Pee. Traditional Chesterfield 
Suite. Reg. 409.95. Features semi¬ 
detached back cushions, T-shaped 
seat cushions, full skirt. Crushed 
velvet cover in green/white. 

Slightly floor soiled. 349.99 


2-Pce. White Chesterfield Suite. 
Reg. 369.99. Super soft reinforced 
vinyl cover, foam cushions, walnut 

wood frame. 329.99 


2-Pce. Modern Chesterfield Suite. 
Reg. 249.99. 2 only. Attractive 
Herculon cover, walnut showwood 
moulded back. 17Q QQ 

Sale, each LL/.77. 




2-Pce. Semi - Traditional Chester¬ 
field Suite. Reg. 399.99. Button- 
tufted back, full skirt suite with 
matelasse covering in goldtone and 

green pattern. 329.99 

2-Pce. Contemporary Style Chest¬ 
erfield Suite. Reg. 349.99. 2 only. 
T-cushion style with 33” high 
back, rolled arm, full skirt. Foam 

1- ubber cushions. Matelasse cover 
in goldtone and 310 QQ 
green/bhle. Sale ea. 3 I 7.77 

4-Pce. Modern Chesterfield Suite. 
Reg. 419.95. 1 only. Consists of 4- 
seater sofa, 2 matching chairs, 1 
footstool. Green tweed Herculon 

Sr 379.95 

2- Pce. Tuxedo Style Chesterfield 
Suite. Reg. 239.95. With loose back 
cushions, bolster arm rests and 
full skirt. Covered in green mate- 

Sr 209.95 


BEDROOM ~ 
SUITES 

3-Piece Suite. Reg. 409.99. Elegant 
Spanish design. Consists of 66” triple 
diresser with mirror, has 3 large 
drawers with 3 small drawers con¬ 
cealed by doors on each side. 2- 
drawer man’s chest has 'two doors 
with cedar lining. Antique - type 
brass handles. D/Tft Of) 

Sale, suite JU/./7 

3-Piece Modern Suite—Consists of 
48” double dresser and mirror; 4- 
drawer chest, panel bed. All drawers 
are interlocked, centre guides.: Eco¬ 
nomical choice for spare bedrooms, 
young marrieds. Walnut finish. 

S 169 95 


DINETTE 

SUITES 

5-Pce. Dinette Suite, 3 only. Dan¬ 
ish styling. 32x51” table has teak 
top, black enamel legs. Chairs 
have black spindle back and legs, 
teak seats. 1 3Q QC 

Sale, each I J7.7J 

5-Pce. Dinette Suite, 3 only. 'JO” 
diameter table with centre pedes¬ 
tal, white Arborite top. 3 side 
chairs, 1 arm chair with simulated 
wicker seat and back. Ayocado. 
Sale, 
each 


I'-rv. ntutauu. 

129.95 


5-Pcc. Dinette Suite. 1 only. 32x 
48” tabic with red arborite top, 
wood legs. Four matching red 
chairs with black and white vinyl 
upholstered seats. 1 1 A QC 
Sale, each I I T. 7 J 
























































































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PITTSBURGH (UPI) - 
Drawing a crowd that threat¬ 
ened to engulf him, Senator 
George McGovern charged 
Wedneaday fliat although 
Praaident Nixon has with- 
ground troops 


Vietnam, 150,000 American 
troops still are tied to the war 
in Southeast Asia. 

The Democratic presiden¬ 
tial nominee said the South 
Vietnamese wanted the Amer¬ 
icans out of their country as 


he hit again at the issue that 
moved him into national 
prominence. 

McGovern, accompanied by 
Senator Edward Kennedy 
(D-Mass), appeared before 
Allegheny County Democratic 


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workers and a noonday crowd 
of about 15,000 in market 
square. 

"I know the president tells 
us that he is winding down the 
war, ' out as he withdraws 
troops from the ground, the 


hard and painful fact is that 
he is moving more men into 
position offshore on Guam* 
and in Thailand," McGovern 
said. 

"Right now 150,000 Ameri¬ 
can fighting men are still tied 
to that war in Southeast Asia.” 


As of last Monday, there 
were 39,700 American troops 
in Vietnam proper, 39,000 off¬ 
shore with the 7th Fleet and 
,an estimated 55,000 in Thai¬ 
land and on Guam involved in 
hostilities, according to gov¬ 
ernment figures. 


prsm urn 

Democratic presidential candidate George Mc¬ 
Govern has been endorsed by another candidate 
lor the presidency. 

“I hope McGovern gradually picks np speed 
and does win the election,” said Dr. Benjamin 
Spock. Spock, 69, is the presidential candidate of 
the People’s party and a well-known though now 
retired pediatrician. 


DOWNSTAIRS 


ALMATEX PAINT SALE 


Starts Thurs., Sept. 14th, Continues Through Sat., Sept. 23rd 


Alkyd Semi-Gloss Interior 

"Picture Mote” i* an oil base semi-gloss 
finish. Odor matched to the Interior Latex 
for your decorating convenience. Scrubbable 
finish makes it great for kitchens, bathrooms, 
woodwork and furniture. 


700 White 

708 Frosted Mbit 

709 Coffee Cream 
717 French Beige 
720 Mosque Gold 
723 Neutral 

729 Antique Ivory 
732 Antique White 


734 Pink Jewel 

735 Joy Green 

736 Sun Valley 

737 Cinnamon Smoke 

738 Turquoise 

739 Sky Blue 

740 Wild Lilao 


Plastic Floor Enamel 

Durable high-gloss enamel for use inside or 
outside on wood or cement. Easy to clean 
finish makes this a suitable paint for basement 
floors, stops and patios. 


1800 Cleaj-Vamish 

1801 Satin Varnish 
1805 Tile Red 
1810 Green 


1817 French Grey 
1824 Mahogany Brown 

1829 Mermaid Green 

1830 Flagstone Grey 


Group II 

Satin Interior Latex 

Velvety flat finish for plaster, wood, wallboard 
and Masonite surfaces. Dries in 30 minutes 
and brushes and rollers clean up with soap 
and water. For living rooms, dindng rooms, 
bedrooms, halls and recreation rooms. 


200 White 

208 Frosted Mint 

209 Coffee Cream 
217 French Beige 
220 Mosque Gold 
223 Neutral 

229 Antique Ivory 
232 Antique White 


234 Pink Jewel 

235 Joy Green 

236 Sun Valley 

237 Cinnamon Smoke 

238 Turquoise 

239 Sky Blue 

240 Wild Lilac 


) Gal. 4 < 

098 

PSaleJLl 

O 


Exterior House Paint 

Weaither-tested house paint with an oil base. 
One coat covers most repaint work providing 
years of protection and beauty on all exterior 
wood surfaoes. 

100 White 

101 Ivory 

102 Cream 

104 Sky Blue 

105 Woodland Green 
1200 Trim White 
1205 Vermillion 
107 Dark Brown 
121 2 Cbral 


110 Sandal Wood 

111 Shutter Green 
113 Pearl Grey 
121 Undercoater 
1099 One coat super 

White 

1215 Brilliant Green 
1222 Turquoise 
1227 Sun Gold 


804 Turquoise 
807 Chinese Red 
816 Light Yellow 
819 Neptune Green 
821 Frosted Mint 
823 Black 


825 Coffee Cream 

826 Pink Jewel 
899 White 

599 Super White 
850 Enamel Under¬ 
coat 


Gal. 

Sale. 


2 Quarts* Sale 3.98 g Quarts* Sale 3.98 


Gallons 
Sale 


O 


Acrylic Exterior Latex 

A low sheen house paint for wood, stucco and 
composition aiding. Acrylic latex resists mois- | 
ture, blistering and dries dust-free in 30 min. 
Clean brushes and rollers in soap and water. 
1100 White 1106 Colonial Yellow 

1102 Chamois Beige 1108 Brick Red 

1103 Dawn Grey 1110 Light Ivory 

1104 Charcoal 1111 Turquoise 

1105 Briar Green 1121 Wood Primer 


Group III 

Interior White Plastic Enamel 

Super white plastic finish is a non-yellowing 
durable high gloss enamel. Suitable for any 
interior wood or plastic surface. Should not 
discolor with age. 

Inside-Outside Plaatic Enamel—Durable high- 
gloss enamel finish for use on wood, inside or 
outside, plaster or metal. For use on kitchens, 
bathrooms, woodwork or furniture inside. 
Outside for garden furniture, tools, wrought 
iron railings. 


98 


2 Quarts* Sale 3.98 




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Shop by Phone ... Dial Eaton’s BUYLINE 388-4373 


Special Price Event on Pets and Pet Supplies 


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Junior Starter Kit 

Beg. 25.69. Indudes matching canopy and acces¬ 
sories such as air pump, filter, glass wqoI, charcoal. 
Sturdy stainless steel frame 
aquarium approximately ^ ^\QQ 

18”x8”xl0” 5-gallon size. ■ “ 

Sale, kit 


Aquarium Stand 
Beg. 13-M. Made of black 
metal. Suitable for 20” aquar¬ 
ium. Weu - built and sturdy. 

Sale, each 1 0.99 

20” Canopy 

Reg. 10.99. A must for your 
aquarium, this 20” size is 
suitable for a 20” aquarium. 

Sale, each . 8.99 


Aquarium Shells 

Reg. 1.95 and 3.95. Add beau¬ 
ty and color to your aqua¬ 
rium. 

S 1.59 , nd 2.99 

4 

24” Canopy 

Reg. 12.99. Suitable for any 
24” aquarium, 15-gallon size. 
Shop now. while you save. 

Sale, each 7.99 


’ 5-Imp. Gallon Aquarium. Reg. 9.98. 

I Has stainless steel frame approxi- 
: mately 18”x8”xl0”. “1 QQ 

. Sale, each / 

j Hartz Mountain Budgies, Reg. 5.95. 
’ Healthy talking strain, male and fe¬ 
male in assorted colors. 3 QQ 

Sale, each J.S7 

Guinea Pigs, Reg. 3.00. A gentle pet 
for your youngsters. Give them one 
now, they’re sale priced. 1 QQ 

Sale, each I .07 

Gerbils, Reg. 3.00. Gerbils make cute 
pets for youngsters of any age. Male 
or female are sale priced, “J -JQ 
Sale, each 4.47 

■HUMMMMBriMBIMII | 

Look for more 

Super Sale 
Specials 

throughout the 
Lower Main Floor 


on Pets 

mmmmm 

a 

Tropical Fish, Plants 

Black Mollie. Sale, each 

49e 

Mix Swordtail. Sale, each 

72c 

Brick Red Sword. Sale, each 

49c 

Black Sword. Sale, each 

59e 

Gold Tetra. Sale, each 

32c 

CHow-Lite Tetra. Sale, each 

39c 

Neon Tetra. Sale, each 

29c 

Mixed Hatchets. Sale, each 

49c 

Red Paradise. Sale, each 

64c 

Black Tetra. Sale, each 

56* 

Algea Eater. Sale, each 

39c 

Mystery Snails. Sale, each 

19C 

Mixed Cat Fish. Sale, each 

59c 

Anacharis Plant. Sale* each 

29c 

fountain Plant. Sale, each 

59c 

Foxtail Plant. Sale, each 

39C 

Turtles. Reg. 99c, Sale, each 

79* 


Wicker Baskets for Dogs 

12”xl6”. Reg. 4.00. Sale, each 

3.49 

14”xl8”. Reg. 6.00. Sale, each 

4.49 

14 I / 4”xl9”. Reg. 8.00. Sale, each 

6.99 

I6!4”x20”. Reg. 10.00. Sale, each 7.99 

Deluxe oval 15”xll”. Reg. 7.99. 

- 

Sale, each 

6.99 

18”xl2”. Reg. 8.99. Sale, each 

7.49 

19”xl2^j”. Reg. 9.99. Sale, each 

7.99 

Matching Cushions 


Oval ll”xl6”. Reg. 2.99. Sale, each 

2.29 

Oval 13”xl8”. Reg. 3.49. Sale, each 

2.59 

OvaF 15”x20”. Reg. 3.99. Sale, each 

2.99 

Oval 16”x21”. Reg. 3.99. Sale, each 

2.99 


Pet Shop, Lower Main Floor 


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Eotonia Pet Litter 

Reg. 1.29. Deodorized pet litter 
suitable for dog or cat. Sanitary 
clay processed. 10-lb. bag. QQ 
Sale, each ✓✓C 

“Slicker” Dog Brushes, Reg. 2.25. Ex¬ 
cellent for grooming poodles, l QQ 
Sale, each I 

Pet Project Small Animal Kit, Reg. 
10.99. Suitable for hamsters or gerbils. 


Sale, kit 


8.99 


Cedar Shaving Litter, Reg. 2.29. For 
guinea pigs and hamsters. 5-lb. bag. 


Sale, each 


1.99 


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LOCAL NEWS 


SECOND NEWS SECTION 


VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1972 


By BRl CE LOWTHER 
Colonist Roportor 

A 19-year-old youth who 
didn’t want to go to the Oakal¬ 
la provincial prison in Bur¬ 
naby because of “200-pound 
queers” vron his plea Wednes¬ 
day in Victoria Provincial 
Court for a sentence to the 
B.C. Penitentiary in New 
Westminster. 

Michael James O’Sullivan, 
no known address, was sen¬ 
tenced by Judge William 
Ostler to a total of 2V6 years 
in prison for 49 crimes be¬ 
tween June 25 and Sept. 6 
after asking Ostler if the sen* 
tence could bypass Oakalla. 

“The three or four weeks I 
was there the last time all I 
did was get pushed around by 
200-pound queers,” he said. 

O’Sullivan pleaded guilty 
Tuesday to the seventh 
charge laid against him. It 
contained six counts of break- 
in and theft, three of break-in 
with intent and one of at¬ 
tempted break-in and the 10 
counts resulted from crimes 
in Colwood and Esquimau. 

In two previous recent court 
appearances, O’Sullivan 
pleaded guilty to six other 
charges containing 39 counts. 
The total of 19 counts in his 
seven charges included 21 of 
break-in and theft. 15 of 
break-in with intent, eight of 
false pretences, two each of 
attempted break-in and utter¬ 
ing and one of attempted ut¬ 
tering. 

An unofficial total "f the 
goods and cash he received in 
the crime spree was more 
than S3.200. The known total 
was 513,148 hut no \ aiii'e was 
placed on a cassette recorder 


and two rifles in the mountain 
of loot. 

He said a sentence to the 
federal penitentiary rather 
than the provincial jail could 
mean a transfer within six 
weeks to the William Head 
minimum-secqrity institution 
in Metchosin. 

O’Sullivan said he was "not 
crazy about spending even six 
weeks in the pen” but it 
would be better than spending 
time at Oakalla while await¬ 
ing screening to a youth de¬ 
tention centre where a defin¬ 
ite-indeterminate sentence 
would be served. 

Ostler felt such a split sen¬ 
tence, which would have to be 
served in a provincial institu¬ 
tion, would be better for 
O'Sullivan because of his 
youth and because it would be 
the best way to end his drug 
addiction and speed his reha¬ 
bilitation. 

The judge said he wasn’t 
about to bargain with O’Sulli¬ 
van but would go along if the 
youth felt the penitentiary 
was the best way. O’Sullivan 
said it was and Ostler chose 
as sentence a 2%-year term 
(sentences of two years or 
more must be served in feder¬ 
al prisons). 

“ft is obvious this blizzard 
of charges ... is a vivid illus¬ 
tration of Lhe tyranny of 
heroin,” Ostler said. "It’s a 
subject upon which I have to 
comment every day. 

I i s ;i demon drug. It’s a 
master of absolute authority. 
As wc sec r\*ciy day, U’s des¬ 
troying an increasing number 
of, voting people in this com¬ 
munity and this country. It’s 
a sad. desperate situation.” 


School Opening Expected in 1974 


World College Locates at Pedder Bay 


United World Colleges 
School of the Pacific will be 
built on a site of about 70 
acres on Mary Hill at Pedder 
Bay, it was announced 
Wednesday. 

The land has been bought 
by United World Colleges 
from the federal defence de¬ 
partment, and the school is 
expected to open in Sep¬ 
tember, 1974. 

Bob Wright, president of - 
Oak Bay Marina, owners of 
Pedder Bay Marina which 


borders the defence depart¬ 
ment property about 15 miles 
southwest of Victoria, said ne¬ 
gotiations were still going on 
between him and the college 
for some of his land in the 
area. 

When negotiations are com¬ 
plete, he said, it will probably 
give the school access to its 
property from Rocky Point 
Road without having to go 
through the military base. 

He said he was "very 
pleased the school is coming 


into Pedder Bay,” and every 
effort would be made tQ com¬ 
plete negotiations successfully 
and help the college in every 
way possible. 

Vancouver Island sites for 
the school have been under 
consideration for more than a 
year, and land along Pedder 
Bay has been the prime 
suggested site for the past sik 
months, but no formal an¬ 
nouncement ’ was made until 
Wednesday. 

The colleges also announced 


that a $5 million building 
campaign for the School of 
the Pacific would be launched 
late this fall. It is hoped con¬ 
struction of the school will 
begin in May, 1973. 

The school will be patterned 
after a rural couritry village. 

Planned enrolment at the 
international school wfH be fiO 
students in 1974,' 150 in .1975, 
and expanding to full capacity 
of 300 in the next two years. 

The School of the Pacific 
will be the third United \frorld 


College in operation. One is 
located in Wales; a second 
opened this year in Singapore. 

The schools take in boys 
and girls aged 1514 to 1714 
from all over the world for 
their final two years of high 
sfchool. They are prepared for 
the International Baccalau¬ 
reate. a worldwide university 
entrance qualification. 

An important additional 
part of the curriculum will be 
what is termed humanitarian 
services. 


Elderly Fine Without Bars 


Should a drop before dinner 
and a tot before bed remain 
available to senior citizens 
who are not, literally, in their 
own homes? 

The question came up in a 
story from Toronto in which 
John Anderson, Metropolitan 
Toronto social services com¬ 
missioner, said he saw no rea¬ 
son why cocktail bffrs might 
not be installed in that re¬ 
gion’s eight homes for the 
aged. 


Seemingly, the question has 
never arisen in Victoria, 
where there is probably a 
higher percentage of retired 
people than anywhere in Can¬ 
ada. 

For one thing, there are few 
“homes for the aged” as such 
in Greater Victoria. 

Best known is certainly 
Rose Manor, a home for el¬ 
derly women. One spokesman 
there said there’s never been 
a clamor among the residents 
for any bar. 


“The tenants,” 6he said, 
“are quite elderly, and quite 
content. If any of them would 
like, a drink she could get it 
and take it in her room — but 
I doubt if there’s any of that. 

“Besides, any such Installa¬ 
tion would be a heavy addi¬ 
tion to the administration 
load. I’m sure it would never 
be appfoved.” 

The same question was put 
to a spokesman for the Silver 
Threads Centre in Centennial 


Square, and met variations of 
the same answer. 

“A cocktail bar might be 
possible under completely 
controlled circumstances, but 
those we don’t have. Our 
members don’t live in. 
They’re in and out daily. 

“Many of them are on fixed 
incomes, and while our meal 
prices are r great help to 
them, how wopld we price 
drinks? 

Other Greater Victoria 


havens for the elderly include 
rest homes and nursing 
homes. The latter, like hospi¬ 
tals. would automatically be 
ruled out. 

The rest home situation 
would be similar to that at 
Rose Manor — no demand. 
Many residents are on mild 
medication that prohibits al¬ 
cohol. Some may have had a 
bedtime nip prescribed. 

But,. no cocktail bars in 
sight. ' 


In sea rescue, the student* 
will design and build high¬ 
speed rescue boats which will 
be used to help in rescue work 
under the direction of the Pa¬ 
cific Rescue Centre. 

In firefighting, highly 
trained, mobile forest fire 
teams will be made available 
to the B.C. lands and foreat* 
department, and in ski patrol, 
students will study to the Ca¬ 
nadian Ski Patrol standard, 
and offer a service to B.C. akl 
areas. 

Students working In social 
services will organize assis¬ 
tance In local homes and 
through youth clubs to the el¬ 
derly, handicapped and un¬ 
derprivileged. 

Headmaster of the new 
school will be Jack Matthews, 
formerly headmaster of Lake- 
field College School in Ontario 
and a previous teacher at 
Gordonstoun School In Scot¬ 
land where Prince Philip and 
Prince Charles attended. 

Further information on the 
United World Colleges, and on 
the School of the Pacific In 
particular, will be given at 
the meeting of the Rotary 
Club of Victoria at noon today 
at the Empress Hotel. Speak¬ 
er will be Angus Matthews, 
the headmaster’s son and a 
young graduate of the Welsh 
school. 


Gorst Vows Support 


Senate 


—Ellis Shipman photo 

Thick smoke belches from more than half 70-acre dump site 


pointed to numerous old tires 
and tree stumps, half covered 
with hog fuel. 

"And that’s the stuff our 
friends from the Pollution 
Control Board say isn’t 
dumped here,” the fire chief 
said. 

At a meeting earlier with 
representatives from the 
health board, the Capital Re¬ 
gional Board, area residents 
and school authorities, Le- 
Quesne also lashed out at the 
Pollution Control Board. 

He told the meeting the 
board had constantly refused 
to co-operate with his depart¬ 
ment. Pollution control in¬ 
spectors, he said, had been 
advised not to communicate 
with him. 

The meeting took place at 
M i 11 s t r e a m elementary 


school. It was called in the 
wake of Tuesday’s threat by a 
number of area parents who 
said they would keep their 
children out of school, unless 
something was done to extin¬ 
guish the fire. 

After more than an hour of 
debate, the whole problem 
landed square in Gorst’s lap. 

It was decided that Gorst 
would call for a further meet¬ 
ing to be attended by pollution 
control officials, the health 
board, regional board repre¬ 
sentatives, school officials 
and area residents. 

Gorst said he would call the 
meeting right after premier- 
elect Dave Barrett has an¬ 
nounced his new cabinet and 
has taken over. the reins of 
government. 

When the debate slipped 


into the intricacies of who has 
jurisdiction over what and 
why one agency can’t do any¬ 
thing without getting permis¬ 
sion from another, Mrs. Ryan 
commented. 

“I’m absolutely amazed. 
Everybody can see the smoke 
and it’s got to be stopped. I 
don’t care how it’s done, but 
it’s got to be stopped,” she 
said. 

L. A. Benham, assistant 
director of environmental ser¬ 
vices, told the meeting the 
pollution control people are 
“on the hot seat. They should 
be approached first.” 

LeQuesne said he warned 
the Pollution Control Board 
when it considered issuing a 
licence to Raymond, but his 
objections were ignored. 

Earl Pallister, the area’s 
director on the regional 


board, said the region had no 
jurisdiction over the matter. 
The licence, he said, was 
issued before the regional 
board implemented its plan¬ 
ning and zoning measures In 
the area. 

The dump, Pallister said, 
was a non-conforming use. He 
pointed out, however, that 
Raymond had no permission 
to operate a car wrecking 
firm on the premises. 

“He says he is using the car 
bodies to compact his dump¬ 
ing operations, but he’s sell¬ 
ing parts,” said Pallister. 

There’s also a sign at the 
entrance which says that car 
parts are for sale. 

“The regional board looks a 
little silly with all those cars 
there,” Pallister said. 


Meet 

Fiery 


By BILL THOMAS 

Colonist Roportor 

The University of Vic¬ 
toria senate approved In 
principle the founding of 
programs in child care 
and public administration 
following lengthy discus¬ 
sion Wednesday. 

The child care program pro¬ 
posal resulted in a rambling 
discussion of courses and aca- 
demic procedure which 
prompted child psychiatrist 
Dr. Charles Gregory to a pas¬ 
sionate support of the pro¬ 
gram. 

He said the course was 
badly needed saying "I 
wouldn’t give you twopence 
for most of the people sitting 
around this table when it 
comes to child care.” 

The wrangling about 
whether faculty might or 
might not accommodate the 
program prompted Gregory 
to comment that if “a group 
of supposedly qualified peo¬ 
ple like this can’t ootne to a 
conclusion we should all just 
pack it up.” 

In previous years programs 
In nursing and social work 
have also been approved but 
never started. 

President Hugh Farquhar, 
who at times gave an appear¬ 
ance of exasperation, told the 
meeting it was time the sen¬ 
ate got down to establishing 
priorities. 

In other business, Farquhar 
presented senate with a re¬ 
port from the committee 
which had been examining the 
turbulent affairs in the visual 
arts department. 

The report, which advocates 
the retention of the depart¬ 
ment "as an administrative 
unit” goes to the department 
for consideration. 

The department will be 
asked to set out its philosophy 
and goals and to report back 
to senate by November. 

Fine Arts dean Peter Smith 
said he felt this would be 
practical. 




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get the provincial forest 
ranger station to move in on 
the fire. 

At that point, Glen Ray¬ 
mond, owner of the dump, ap¬ 
proached the group. 

“It’s not too bad in the 
school today, but the smoke is 
sure playing hell with people 
at Prospect Lake,” Raymond 
said. 

LeQuesne pointed out that 
Langford was a fire district 
and that the forest rangers 
could only intervene if or¬ 
dered to do so by their superi¬ 
or officer in Vancouver wlio 
is directly responsible to the 
provincial government. 

“We (the Langford fire de¬ 
partment) would be glad to 
turn jurisdiction over to the 
rangers. There’s nothing we 
can do,” LeQuesne said. 

He estimated $50,000 would 
be enough to extinguish the 
blaze. Several earth-moving 
machines and a number of 
men could do the jdb in a 
very short time, he said. 

As the group scrambled and 
coughed around the perimeter 
of the burning dump, the fire 
chief pointed out where and 
how the operator had failed to 
comply with regulations, thus 
causing the fire to start in the 
first place. 

• He brought to Gorst’s 
attention that Raymond 
wasn't permitted to store car 
hulks on the dump site. There 
are about 2,000 wrecked au¬ 
tomobile bodies on the 
grounds; 

• Different materials are 
to be dumped in separate lo¬ 
cations. LeQuesne pointed to 
dozens of spots where hog fuel 
was mixed with discarded re¬ 
frigerators and oil drums. 

• No household refuse is 
to be dumped at the site. The 
fire chief showed the group a 
freshly dumped pile of house¬ 
hold garbage; 

• No combustible materi¬ 
al is to be mixed with other 
industrial wastes. LeQuesne 


By HUBERT BEYER 
Colonist Roportor 

The new government will be 
urged by Jim Gorst, NDP 
MLA-elect for Esquimau to 
take steps to put out the fire 
at the Millstream Road refuse 
dump. 

Gorst Inspected the site 
Wednesday morning, accom¬ 
panied by Langford Fire Chief 
Alan LeQuesne and Shirley 
Ryan, spokesman for the Mill- 


stream Home and School As¬ 
sociation. 

By then, the blaze had 
spread to about 40 acres and 
continued to eat its way 
through still unaffected areas. 

Thick smoke was belching 
from more than half of the 
70-acre dump, and a cloud of 
smoke hovered over hills, 
more than three miles away, 
almost completely blocking 
the sun. 

Gorst said he would try to 




Youth Sought Pen 
To Dodge ‘Queers’ 


Seen In Passing 




Pat Cunningham leaning on 
a cash register. (A cashier at 
a drive-in restaurant, she 
lives at 723 Field. Pat’s hob¬ 
bies include swimming, read¬ 
ing and painting) . . . Judy 
Unger going to sewing classes 
... Graham Gore drinking a 
cup of coffee . . . Linda Rob¬ 
bins talking about Regina ... 
liorna Walton arranging flow¬ 
ers . . . Clifford Burnlp talk¬ 
ing to a friend . . . Howard 
Phillips watching a golf game 
. .. Gordon Page answering 
the telephone . . . Ix»rralne 
Cote preparing to leave for 
Ottawa . . . Ray McCorkall 
and Dave Gordon feeding tree 
branches into a chipper . . . 
Madine Schaddelee practising 
a dance routine . . . Judy 
Lister walking in the .park . . . 
Jim Kissinger working on his 
car .. . Dave Muir taking up 
the guitar again . . . Lisa Gra¬ 
ham buying an umbrella. 


’hoice 


candidate George Mo¬ 
by another candidate 

lually picks op speed 
said Dr. Benjamin 
sldentlal candidate of 
ill-known though now 


. .. - - - , Tv. X i 

x. . ' — -ar*- a 

Resurgent Rebels Set Sights on IWA 


By DON COLLINS 

CotMlit LatMr R.p«rt.r 

Once again rebel forces are 
out to have the leadership of 
B.C.'a biggest union out of of¬ 
fice. 

And once again they aren't 
given much chance of, auc- 
ceu, even by aotne of those 
who have tried and failed be¬ 
fore. • 

"I wish them all the luck in 
the world, but It will require 
more than luck,” Syd Thomp- 
con cald Wednesday night. 

Thompson, president of the 
7,000-member Vancouver local 
of the International Wood¬ 


worker* of America, was 
commenting on the campaign 
of dissident fallen to defeat 
the regional IWA executive at 
next month’a biennial elec- 
tiona. 

Whatever opposition there 
ic will show up when nomina¬ 
tions are called at the annual 
coast region convention which 
begins Oct 2 in Vancouver. 

Regiohal president Jack 
Moore and his exeoutive have 
been under fire tor years In • 
union where tough internal 
politics seem the natural out¬ 
growth of a super-democratic 
structure. 

All matters go to the re- 


Fallers Spearhead Campaign 


gion r s membership (about 
42,000 in Western Canada) 
and this dictates a fair 
amount of politicking. There 
has also long been a power 
struggle between the regional 
officers and the influential 
leaders of some of the big 
coast locals. 

The ruggedly handsome 
Thompson, who heads the 
biggest local of all, has 


always been at the forefront 
of the "get Moore” move¬ 
ment. Basically, the charge 
has been that the leadership 
is weak. 

Thompson, referred to by 
some who oppose him as the 
“uptown logger,” has a boom¬ 
ing voice that requires no mi¬ 
crophone when he is leveling 
charges at Moore on the con¬ 
vention floor. 


But Wednesday night, in an 
interview with the Colonist, he 
wasn't optimistic that anyone 
could unseat Moore and his 
officers this time around. 

“I haven’t changed my 
opinion about the regional 
leadership. I think it should 
be replaced, but I doubt it can 
be done in this election,” 
Thompson said. 

He would say only that he 


didn’t feel those capable of 
presenting worthwhile opposi¬ 
tion would stand for office. 
While this indicated an early 
canvassing of prospective 
challenger*, he wasn't pre¬ 
pared to say so. 




forest industry. Some 800 
fallers conducted a four- 
month wildcat strike in op¬ 
position to a day rate that had 
been negotiated for them. 


president’s club come hell or 
high water,” he said. 

Evans won't be a candidate 
for office himself, but he says 
the caucus hopes to field a 
full opposition slate. 

While the fallen have had 
his sympathy, Tborapeon 
doesn’t think much of the 
qualifications of their leaden 
in such a move. 

"To defeat Moon end Ms 
officers. It would take organi¬ 
zation ability and leadership 
ability,” he said. "The net re¬ 
sult of the fallen’ dispute 
doesn't indicate that 
Mr. Evans end company have 
such ability." 


Chuck Evans of Nanaimo, 
who helped lead the dissident 
fallen' action, said Wednes¬ 
day a campaign organization 
has been launched under the 
title of Rank and File Caucus 
of (IWA) Region No. L 


Offices have been set up at 
Nanaimo and the fallers have 
assessed themselves $40 per 
man to “kick this thing off,” 
Evans said. 


Thompson was one of those 
who sided with the fallers 
during their battle this sum¬ 
mer against both their own 
union leadership and the 


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Smoke-Clad Dump 
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Phil Esposito is greeted by Swedish hockey fan 


STOCKHOLM (CP)— 
Team Canada arrived 
Wednesday night with 
Bobby- Orr but without 
Frank Mahovlich. 

r ■ 

The team of National Hock¬ 
ey League stars is en-route to 
Moscow for the second half of 
their eight-game series with 
the Russian national squad. 

Coach Harry Slndcn told a 
news conference that Orr, just 
cleared from a knee opera¬ 
tion, will work out with the 
team today and may get toto 
the two-game series with the 
Swedish national team here 
Saturday and Sunday. 

“We expect Orr to start 
light scrimmaging with the 
team starting Thursday," Sin- 


Red Sox Retain First Place 
While Yankees, Orioles Slip 


Boston Red Sox clung grim¬ 
ly to their lead while Detroit 
Tigers leaped into second 
place Wednesday in the torrid 
American League’s Eastern 
Division battle. 

The Red Sox exploded for 
four runs in the fifth inning on 
the way to a 7-2 victory over 
New York Yankees. Added to 
the Tigers’ 6-5 decision over 
Baltimore Orioles, it gave 
Boston a one-game edge over 
Detroit and a one-and-a-half- 
/gafnc margin over New York 
and Baltimore. 

Yankees' Bob Gardner had 
a perfect game spoiled in the 
fifth inning. Rico Petrocclli 
did it with a leadoff base on 
balls and Carlton Fisk fol¬ 
lowed with a single, the first 
of four Boston hits. Gardner 
was lifted after two runs wore 
scored and reliever Lindy 
McDaniel gave up the final 
two runs of the inning. 


The Tigers also erupted in 
the fifth inning for their win. 
Five runs, three on Frank 
Howard’s first home run as a 
Tiger, wiped out the Orioles’ 
5-1 lead. 

Howard, who joined the 
Tigers in a late deal with 
Texas Rangers, will not be el¬ 
igible for any post-season play 
the Tigers may be Involved 
in. The six-foot-seven-inch, 1 
250-pound slugger, the biggest 


AMERICAN LEAGUE 
Eastern Division 

W L Pet. GEL 

Boston 74 62 .544 

Detroit 74 64 .536 1 

Baltimore 74 65 .532 11* 

New York 74 65 .532 IV* 

Cleveland 63 76 .453 12Vj 

Milwaukee » 57 S3 . 407 19 
Western Division 

Pet. GEL 


Oakland 
Chicago 
Minnesota . 
Kansas City 
California 
Texas 


81 


57 .587 
60 .565 
69 68 . 504 


man in major league base¬ 
ball, had been having a me¬ 
diocre season with the 
Rangers. 

RALLY STARTS 

Dick McAuliffe started the 
Tiger rally with a single. Bill 
Freehan drew a two-out base 
on balls and Howard unloaded 
his 10th homer of the sea¬ 
son. 

After a single by Willie Hor¬ 
ton and a base on balls to 


NATIONAL LEAGUE 
Eastern Division 

W L Pet. GEL 
Pittsburgh 88 41 .647 

Chicago 75 63 . 543 14 

New York 72 64 .529 16 

St. Louis 65 74 -.468 24'* 

Montreal 64 73 . 467 24'* 

Philadelphia 49 89 .355 40 

Western Division 
W L “ 


111* 
.493 13 
.467 16'* 
.380 28Vs 


Cincinnati 
Houston 
Los Angeles 
Atlanta 

San Francisco 
San Diego 


Pet. GEL 

.616 

.562 7'* 

.529 12 
.460 211* 
.446 23V* 
.378 32’/* 


Aaron Slugs Two Homers 
But Bench Hits Winner 


Power hitters shared the 
spotlight Wednesday in Na¬ 
tional League play. 

Hank Aaron of Atlanta 
moved closer to Babe Ruth’s 
major league record of 714 
with two home runs but it was 
Johnny Bench’s lOth-inning 
blast which gave Cincinnati 
Reds an 8-6 win over the 
Braves. 

Aaron slammed his 29th and 
30th of the season, giving him 
a lifetime total of 669. His sec¬ 
ond homer Wednesday came 
in the bottom of the ninth in¬ 
ning and tied the score at 6-6. 
Bobby Tolan, who singled to 
open the Reds' 10th, scored on 
Bench’s 33rd home run. Tony 
Perez belted a three-run home 
run in the first inning for Cin¬ 
cinnati. 

f Pittsburgh Pirates, run¬ 
away leaders of the Eastern 
Division, added a game to 
their margin with a 6-4 
triumph over second-placr 
Chicago Cubs. Roberto Cle¬ 


mente’s three-run homer in 
the seventh inning broke a 3-3 
tie. Nelson Briles. 14-7, gained 
the victory and Ferguson Jen¬ 
kins, 20-11, fdok the loss. 

Houston Astros stayed 
seven and a half games be¬ 
hind front-running Cincinnati 
in the Western Division by 


Boxla Champs 

BRAMPTON. Ont. (CP> — 
Brampton Excelsiors 
t rounce d Six Nations Braves, 
25-6, Wednesday night to cap¬ 
ture the Ontario Lacrosse As¬ 
sociation Senior A Eastern 
Canadian championship four 
games to three. 

Brampton will now play a 
Western team, yet to be de¬ 
cided. for the President’s Cup. 
The best-of-seven series will 
begin Monday in Brampton. 


edging San Diego Padres. 6-5. 
Pinch-hitter John Edwards 
brought in Doug Rader with a 
sacrifice fly in the eighth in¬ 
ning, breaking a 5-5 tie. 
Rader doubled to open the in¬ 
ning and advanced to third 
base on Tommy Helm’s fly 
ball. 

New York Mets closed to 
within two games of second 
place in the East by downing 
Philadelphia Phillies, 11-6. 
Mets seeored four times in 
the fourth inning, getting 
three runs when Willie Mon¬ 
tanez dropped a fly ball with 
the bases loaded. 

Jorge Roque hit his first 
ma jor league home run to 
power St. Louis Cardinals to 
an 11-inning, 5-4 win over 
Montreal Expos. Roquet hit¬ 
ting .083 going into the 
contest, hammered a pitch by 
John Strohmaycr over the 
right-field fence to break a 4-4 
deadlock. 


Xplore Romps to Victory 


VANCOUVER (CP) — 
Xplore took command before 
the half-mile pole and romped 
home by five lengths over 
Wolf Mountain in the featured 
eighth race Wednesday night 
at Exhibition Park. 

Dennis Shadow was third in 
the six-horse field. 

The race, a 5*5,000 claimer 
for purse money _of 32,300, 
was over 1 1-16 miles, with 
Xplore covering the distance 
unextended in 1:46. 

In the marathon sixth race, 
over 1 11-16 miles, Two 

Deuces tojk command after 
10 furlongs and won by a 
length over the fast-dosing 
Bench Dweller. 

Results: - 

First Race — SI,400, claiming, 
three-year-olds, six and one-half 
furlong st 
Hard to Please 

(WaU) $3.10 S2.60 $2.60 

Magic Moon (Giesbrecht) 5.80 4.60 
Little Aye-0 (McMahon) 3.90 

Also ran: Count Carmelo, Del's 
Tiger, Arezzo's Wings, D'Orson, 
Mondoras Pride, Caydoc, Too Many 
Things. Time 1:19 4-5. 

Qulnella paid $18.70. 

Second Race — $1,400. claiming, 
two-year-olds, six furlongs: 

Cointreaus Prince 

(Sandoval) $13.70 $4.40 $4.10 

Bermark (Broomfield) 3.00 2.60 

Malibu Ruler (Furlong) 4.50 

Also ran: Charlie Bengle, Hune- 
chin Chief, Privateer, Grand En¬ 
terprise, Fair Joey. Burnside, 

Hurry Hawk. Time 1:16 1-5. 

Third Race — $1,400, claiming, 

Ihree-and-four-year-olds, six and 

one-half furlongs: 

Venvoy (J. Arnold) $5.40 $3.20 $3.10 
Charbelle (Chabara) 4.00 3.70 


Little Peppercorn 

(Leblanc) 5.00 

Also ran: Nee Nee J, Northern 
Award, Happy Echo, Mystic Run- 
rer, Bubbling Note, HurrezmoS, 
Temple Star. Time 1:20. 

Fourth Race — $1,400 claiming, 
three and four-year-olds, six and 
one-half furlongs: 

Fleeter Yet 

(LeBtanc) $6.70 $4.00 $3.20 

Salty Moon (Sandoval) 4,90 3,30 
Cooks Image (McMahon) 3.10 

Also ran: Angelic Shirl, Sturgeon 
Road. Woody's Colleen. Multi Mi*s, 
Carmel Wav, Sure Jewel, Air Edd. 
Time: 1:20 2-5. 

Exacto paid $41.60. 


Crack Shots 
Here Sunday 

Competitors from Van¬ 
couver Island and Vancouver 
are expected to take part in 
the Pacific Command Rifle 
Association’s annual pistol 
shoot Sunday. 

There will be .22 calibre 
centre fire and 9 m.m. service 
pistol events in the shoot, 
which is being held at the Vic¬ 
toria City Police range at 
Theti9 Lake starting at 9 a.m. 

Shooters can register at the 
range or may get further in¬ 
formation by contacting Quin¬ 
ton Mar, 383-4469. 


Fifth Race — $1,720 claiming, 
thrce-ycar-olds and up, six and one- 
half furlongs: 

Mid Drive 

(Smith) $31.90 $10.50 $6.00 

Star Trip (LeBlanc) 4.60 3.50 

Chill Pepper (Brownell) 9.60 

Also ran: Cedar Champ, Major 
Act, Jolly Author, Raider Boy, 
Nayu, Chilcotin Wind, Maurice 
Roy. Time; 1:19 1-5. 

Sixth Race — $2,185 claiming, 
♦hree-year-olds and up, one and 
eleven-sixteenth miles: 

Two Deuces 

(LeBlanc) $17.70 $8.00 $5.70 

Bench Oweller 

(Frazier) ' 5.00 4.20 

Torrid Tracy (Watt) 4.50 

Also ran: Belief, War Nlppar, 
John O'Lea, David, Island Son. 
Saucy Pixie, Cincys Gift. Time: 
2:57 4-5. 

Exacto paid $93.40. 

Seventh Race — $2,070, allow¬ 
ance, three and .four-year-olds, six 
and one-half furlongs: 

Hawkave Air 

(Rawson) $4.00 $3.50 $3.00 

Magic Shadow 

(J. Arnold) ,11.10 6.30 

Taltos (Furlong) .4.70 

Also ran: Auranuliah, Must Trav¬ 
el, Assyrian Cavalier. B.C. Safari, 
Racivero, Pirates Image. Time 
1:18 1-5. 

Eighth Race — $2,300, claiming, 
three-year-olds and up, one and 
one-sixteenth mile: 

Xplore (Furlong) $5.80 $3.50 $2.50 
Wolf Mountain 

(Cuttibertson) 4.40 2.60 

Dennis Shadow (Smith) 2.40 

Also ran: Spelato B. Good. Mead¬ 
ow Blade, Mernie Lou. Time 1:46. 

Ninth Race — $1,400, claiming, 
three-year-olds and up, six and one- 
half furlongs: 

Fleet Eddie 

(J. ArnoldL- $16.50 $5.60 $4.60 

Dilly Shot (Smith) 3.10 2.70 

Terobe (Chabara) 5.10 

Also fan: Shibabi, McGraw, 
Turin Rex, Little Torian, Janmarie, 
Avon Stead. Time 1:201-5. 

Quinella paid $19.40. 

Attendance: 6432. Mutuel handle 
$396,942. 


Mickey Stanley, loser Dave 
McNally was replaced by 
Doyle Alexander, who gave 
up the 5-5 run when Aurelio 
Rodriguez singled, scoring 
Horton. Stanley, who went to 
third base on the hit, scored 
the winning run when Alex¬ 
ander balked as Stanley broke 
for the plate. 

Terry Crowley slammed a 
second-inning home run for 
Baltimore to tie the game at 
1-1 and Boog PoWell gave the 
Orioles a 5-1 lead with a 
grand-slam home run in the 
third inning off winner Joe 
Coleman. 

AMERICAN LEAGUe 

Boston 000 040 030- 7 9 2 

New York 000 000 200— 2 4 1 

McGlothen 7-5, Veale (7) and 
Fisk; Gardner 7-3, McDaniel (5), 
Cox (6), Klimkowskl (8), Beene (j»* 
and Munson. 

Cleveland 010 000 000— T 6 1 

Milwaukee 010 110 OOx— 3 4 2 

Perry 20-16, Mlngorl (8) and 
Moses; Bell 3-1, Linz (8) and 
Rodriguez. Home run: Milwaukee 
-Lahoud (11th). 

Oakland 000 005 003— 8 10 o 

Minnesota 000 000 000- 0 6 3 

Odom 14-5 and Tenaca; Goltz 3-2, 
Norton (9) and Borgmann, Roof 
(9). 

Chicago 000 002 020- 4 8 1 

Kansas City 000 020 22x- 6 10 1 

Wood, Forster 6-5 (7) and Herr¬ 
mann; Busby, Fitzmorrls (8), Jack- 
son (8), Abernathy (8), Angelini 

(8) , Hedlund 5-7 (8) and Kirkpa¬ 
trick. 

Baltimore 014 000 000— 5 5 1 

Detroit 100 050 OOx- 6 10 1 

McNally 13-15, Alexander (5), 
Harrison (7), Scott (7), Reynolds 
(7) and Oates, Etchebarren (7); 
Coleman 16-13. Scherman (6) and 
Freehan. Home runs: Baltimore — 
Crowley (11th), Powell (19th); De¬ 
troit — Howard (10th). 

Texas 000 012 200— 5 I 2 

California 000 301 02x— 6 11 0 

Bosnian, Lindblad (7), Pina 2-7 

(7) and Billings; Messersmlth, 
Allen (7), Sells 2-0 (8) and Torborg. 
Home runs: Texas — Ford (13th); 
California — Oliver (1st). 

NATIONAL LEAGUE 

Pittsburgh 001 002 201— 6 9 1 

Chicago 000 003 010— 4 9 1- 

Briles 14-7, Miller (7), Hernardez 

(9) and Sangulllen; Jenkins 20-11, 
Aker (8) and Rudolph, HuncHey (8). 
Home run: Pittsburgh — Clemente 
(10th). 

Cincinnati 300 011 100 2— 8 10 1 

Atlanta 030 010 101 0— 6 7 2 

Billingham, Hall 9-1 (5) and 

Plummer, Bench (6); McQueen, 
Kelley (6), Hoarner 1-5 (9) and 

WlHIams. Home runs: Cincinnati — 
Perez (20th), Bench (33rd); Atlanta 
— Aaron (29tti and 30th). 

San Diego 020 Too 200- 5 10 3 

Houston 100 040 01X— 6 9 1 

Caldwell, Simpson (7), Ross 4-3 

(8) and Goddard; Dlerker. Griffin 
5-3 (3) and Howard. 

St. Louis 100 000 300 01— 5 15 1 

Montreal 001 100 200 00— 4 8 2 

Bibby, Folkers (7), Segui (71. 
Hudson 1-0 (9), Brabosky (11), 

Bare (II) and Jutze; Morton, Mar¬ 
shall (8), Strohmayer 12 (11) and 
Humphrey, Boccabella (8). Home 
runs: St. Louis — Roque (1st); 
Montreal — Laboy (2nd). 

New York 102 400 220—11 14 i' 

Philadelphia 020 330 001— 6 15 l 

Matiack, Webb (4), Rauch (5). 
McGraw 7-5 (6) and Dyer; Downs 
l-l, Brandon (4), Scarce (6), Selma 
(7), Wilson (7\ Terleckl (8), Cham¬ 
pion <9) and Boone. 

Los Angeles 000 030 010- 1 5 4 
' San Francisco 115 000 OOx— 7 10 3 
Singer 6-15, Rau (3), Strahler (5), 
Perranoski (6) and Cannizzaro; 
Barr 7-8 and Rader. Home run: 
Los Angeles — Valentine (3rd). 


den »aid. ‘-There's an outside 
chance he may start here.” 

Team Canada needs all the 
breaks It can get, which Is the 
main reason for the two 
games here prior to the sec¬ 
ond half of the series against 
Russia. In the first half. 
Team Canada won one, tied 
one and lost two. 

MAHOVUOH AT HOME 
Mahovlich, the ‘Big M 1 of 
Montreal Canadiens, was lef 
behind with allergy problems 
and a knee ailment. He may 
rejoin the team before the 
Moscow series. 

“We welcome the opportuni¬ 
ty to play here and to work 
out on the larger ice surface,” 
Sinden said. 

"Facilities here are ex¬ 
cellent and should help in our 
conditioning." 

The NHL players, skated off 
their feet by the fleet Rus¬ 
sians in Canada, face the 
added problem of ice rinks in 
Moscow much larger than 
those in North Ameica. 

The average North American 
can rink is 200 feet by 65 feet. 
In Europe, he length is ap¬ 
proximately the same, but the 
swiftskating European teams 
will have an extra 15 feet of 
width in which to operate — a 
total of aboutJOO square feet 
more skating room. 

Sinden, who made no ex¬ 
cuses for his team's perform¬ 
ance in Canada — “that was 
some of the best hockey ever 
seen” — said: "We’d like to 
see our own game come alive. 

"I'd like to see us play the 
way we can play. The big ad¬ 
justment we must make must 
be in conditioning. That was 
the biggest shortcoming we 
had." 

Alan Eagleson, listed in 
Swedish information sheets as 
"headleader for Team Cana¬ 
da," said they were not tak¬ 
ing the Swedish club lightly. 

"The Russians are good 
hockey players. TTiis is as 
good a hockey unit as I’ve 
ever seen. I have never seen 
anyone, other than Orr, as 
fast as Valary Kharlamov. 
He's the only guy I'd mention 
in the same breath as Orr. If 
he's as consistent as he ap¬ 
peared to be in the two games 
I saw him play, the sky’s the 
limit on an NHL contract — 
I’d say $1 million for a five- 
year contract.” 

Sinden gave the traditional- 


Farmers 

Edge 

Mustangs 


Hornets 
Oak Bay 
Cowlchan 
James Bay 

Next game: 
Bay at Duncan. 


P W L T F A Pts. 

3 3 0 0 53 19 6 

3 1 1 1 44 43 3 

2 0 1 1 7 31 1 

2 0 2 0 39 50 0 

Sunday — James 


Oak Bay Farmer Construc¬ 
tion downed stubborn James 
Bay Athletic Association 
Mustangs. 31-26. Wednesday 
night in a Vancouver Island 
Juvenile Football League 
game at Royal Athletic Park. 

Farmers rolled up 449 yards 
on offence, 248 of it on the 
ground with running-backs 
Doug Archibald and Bruce 
..Vye doing the most work. Ar¬ 
chibald scored two touch¬ 
downs and Vye added otic. 
Evan Jones, on a 104-yard 
passing play from quarter¬ 
back Christy Sinclare, and 
Roy Sinden scored the other 
Oak Bay majors. Sinclare 
booted one convert to com¬ 
plete Farmers, scoring. 

John Hunter. Bill Galego, 
Steve Hunter and Carlos Gale- 
5 go scored Mustangs’ touch¬ 
down. Galego blocked a punt 
and ran 56 yards into the end 
zone for his touchdown. Bill 
Galego booted two converts. 


Victoria Youth 
On Judo Tour 


A Victoria athlete is one 
of 12 chosen for a Canadian 



inouyc 


national youth judo team 
which will go on a goodwill 
tour of Germany starting 
Sept. 20. 

Greg Inouye. a 17-vear-old 
Cradc 12 student at Clare¬ 
mont High School, was one of 
two British Columbians cho¬ 
sen by the Canadian Black 
Belt Association to go on the 
five-match tour. Gary Hirose 
of Steveston is the other B.C. 
athlete chosen to the team. 

Inouye, who has been a 
member of the Victoria Judo 
Club since 1967. and Hiroae 
are both first-degree black 
belt holders. Inouye won in 
the 150-pound class in the 1971 
Canadian high school cham¬ 
pionships. 

The Victoria-born Inouye 
will leave Victoria Tuesday 
for the tour which will end 
Oct. 6. Chef dc Mission for the 
Canadian team is Jim Kojima 
of Richmond. 


ly anti-Canadian Swedish 
press some ammunition when 
he tried to be diplomatic con¬ 
cerning a question about Uif 
Sterner, Sweditfi superstar. 

’’Would Sterner ba good 
enough to pl*y with Team 


Canada at this stage,” was 
the question. 

“I played against Sterner 
several years ago,” Sinden 
said* “I haven’t seen him play 
for several years now, but no 
— I don’t think Sterner could 


make this team as now consti¬ 
tuted.” 

He did say that Juha Wid- 
ing, former Swedish player 
now playing in the NHL would 
have been given serious con¬ 
sideration. 



. . while coach John Ferguson meets Pete Mahovlich, right 

Bellies Within Win 
Of Clinching Title 


By Canadian Press 

New Westminster Salmon- 
bellies moved within one win 
of taking the Western La¬ 
crosse Association playoff 
title Wednesday night. 

Salmonbellics downed Van¬ 
couver Burrards, 12-7, before 
1850 spectators at Queen’s 
Park Arena to take a 3-2 lead 
in their best-of-seven final 
series. 

Winner of the series hosts 
the best-of-seven Mann Cup 
final later this month. 

Playing-coach Paul Parnell 
led the defending league and 
playoff champions with three 
goals and two assists. Kerry 
Gallagher and Fred Green¬ 
wood contributed two goals 
each to the victory. Salmon- 
bellies held a 7-2 lead after 
one period and increased it to 
10-3 by the end of the second. 

(lord Frederickson was the 
only Burrard able to beat Joe 
Comeau more than once, scor¬ 
ing two goals. C >meau, who 
blocked 19 of 20 shots in the 
second period, finished with 
40 saves. 

The game was a rough af¬ 
fair with both teams drawing 
33 minutes in penalties. Ward 
Sanderson picked up 19 min- 

★ ★ ★ 


utes in penalties for Van¬ 
couver while Dave Thwaites 
was assessed 15 minutes for 
New Westminster. 

The series continues Friday 
at Queen's Park Arena. 

A t Peterborough. the 
Lakers, edged Brantford War¬ 
riors, 19-18, in overtime 
Wednesday to tic the National 
lacrosse League eastern 
finals at three games each. 
Final game of the best-of- 
seven series will be played in 
Brantford tonight. 

Lakers held a 14-9 lead 
going into the third period but 
the Lakers rallied to tie it at 
17-17 and force overtime. 

John Davis and Jim Grady 


led Peterborough with four 
goals each. A1 Gordaneer 
fired six goals for the War¬ 
riors. 


WRESTLING 

ARENA 

SAT., SEPT. 16, S p.m. 
PACIFIC COAST TITLE 

KIXIXKI v. LITTLE BEAK 
• Champion) (Challenger) 

4-wan tag Team 
QUN.V ItAMSTAn 

and BltOW.V vs and MOHROW 

Hayes is Mai via 
Steele va Singh 

Ticket* and Rea. at: ARENA BOX 
OFFICE — 384-1322 — $1.80, ft 00, 
S2.80. Under 12 11.00 Rush 


ESQUIMALT FIGURE SKATING CLUB 

Pre-Registration for Winter Sessions 1972-1973 
SAT., SEPT 18 r 10:00 - 2:00 
W'ED., 8EPT. 20 6:00 • 8:00 

SAT., SEPT. 23 10:00 - 2:00 

At Esquimau Municipal Sports Centre—front entrance 
For further information: Mrs. M. Beaulieu, 384-8260 


Hamilton 

0 

1 

0 

Comeau 

0 

0 

0 

Quigley 

0 

0 

0 

Lynch 

0 

0 

V 

Rawson 

1 

0 

0 


1 

3 

0 

Ornar 

0 

0 

V 


0 

3 

0 

Tetraulf 

0 

0 

u 

Parnell 

3 

2 

A 

D. Tasker 

1 

0 

0 

Thwaites 

1 

1 15 

Litz'berger 

0 

0 

0 

Winzoski 

1 

0 

0 

A Tasker 

0 

1 

0 

Goss 

1 

2 

0 


0 

1 

0 

Holmes 

0 

1 

0 

Smith 

() 

1 

2 

Wright 

0 

0 

0 

Sanderson 

u 

0 19 

McColl 

0 

1 

0 

Vohalis 

0 

1 

0 

Bennie 

0 

1 

4 

McDonald 

0 

1 

2 

Giles 

0 

:» 

0 

Salt 

1 

1 

2 

Gallagher 

2 

0 

2 

Babcock 

1 

2 

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Greenwood 

2 

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1 

0 





Hayes 

1 

0 

2 






0 

0 

2 

Totals 

17 IB 33 

Evans 

0 

0 

2 





Totals 

7 

9 33 





Shots stopped by: 




Evans (V) 




11 10 

6 



Hamilton (V) 



9 

2- 

-311 


Comeau (NW) 


11 19 

10-40 


Score by periods: 




Vancouver 




2 1 

4- 

- 1 


New Westminster 

7 3 

2- 

-12 


VICTORIA AND DISTRICT AMATEUR 
BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION 

PLAYER REGISTRATION 

THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14. 15 

S. J. WILLIS GYM 
6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. 

Fee: 9 -15 $6.00 16 -18 $8.00 ' 

All organizations (e.g. Churches, Schools) who Hi> their own 
registration should pick up their forms by phoning Mrs. 
Mosher at 386*3738. 

- 1 - 



OBLANU KLRTENBACif 

VANCOUVER 
★ CANUCKS ★ 

LOS ANGELES 
★ KINGS ★ 
Wed., Sept. 20 
8:30 p.m. 

Tickets Now on .Sale 
V- • a.m. * 5 p.m. Dally 
Arena Box Office 
AU bents Reserved 
3.00 4.00 - S.M 



(let Your Entry In Now for 

Greater Victoria 
3rd Annual 

THUNDERBIRD 


Mixed BONSPIEL 


96 RINKS 

30 SHEETS OF ICE 
5 MAJOR EVENTS 
BANQUET AND DANCE 

Entries received by Sept. 
13th eligible for EARLY 
BIRD PRIZE DRAW. 
Mall entries to Esquimau 
Sports Centre, llfil Esqui¬ 
mau Road. Information: 
Phone 386-3261 


Thinktilving Weekend 
Oot. 5, 6, 7, 8 end 9 

Evening Curling Only 
on the Thurs. and Frl. 
1972 Host Club 


ESQUIMALT 

SPORTS CENTRE 


ESQUIMAU CURLING 

Application are inviteiiq curl I*I IID 

at Esquimau Sportp Centre VLUD 

Openings Available in Leagues and 
Nights of Your Choice, Phone 386-3261 

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FULL KINK __ Signed 

Entry _ - 

(Position Preferred) 

Free Instructions, Films, Free Practice 

Mail to 1151 Esquimalt Road, Victoria, B.C, 






























































son forbids a player from 


Maple 

Junior 


According fo the Solunar Tables 


calculated for this area, the best 
times for hunting and fishing today 
and tomorrow will be as follows 
(Times shown are Pacific Daylight 
Time): 


Major 


TODAY 


TOMORROW 

4:45 10:55 5:05 


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MB 


For Hockey Fan Invasion 


OTTAWA (CP) - Hi. Ca¬ 
nadian etnbauy in Moacoar ia 
being strengthened against an 
invasion by hockey enthusi¬ 
asts tram Canada. 

Seven persons have been 
added to the staff of the em¬ 
bassy to help it through the 
hectic period Sept. 22-28 when 
Team Canada is in the Soviet 
capital for the second and 
final round of its eight-game 
series against the Russian na¬ 
tionals. 

More than 3.000 Canadian 
fans will be in Moscow for the 
four games, in addition to 
scores of hockey officials of 
one kind or another and a Ca¬ 
nadian government delegation 


led by Veterans Attain Min¬ 
ister Arthur Laing. Altogether 
about 3,500 Canadians an ex¬ 
pected to make the trip.. 

Ttie officials include 
Chafles Hay, president of 
Hockey Canada, and gover¬ 
nors of the National Hockey 
League, from which the Team 
Canada players are drawn. 

Meanwhile, informed 
sources say the Kremlin has 
given a clear indication that a 
"very senior Soviet politician 
or government official" will 
attend at least the opening 
game in Moscow Sept. 22. 

They are taking this to 
mean that Premier Alexei Ko¬ 
sygin or Communist Party 


Chief Leonid Brezhnev may 
be on hand to preside at a 
ceremonial faceoff. 

Soviet officials are planning 
two major receptions for the 
Canadian team and accom¬ 
panying officials, one just be¬ 
fore and just after the Mos¬ 
cow games. 

Fans who enoounter special 
problems will be able to turn 
to a Canadian information 
centre in the lobby of ths In¬ 
tourist Hotel, staffed by con¬ 
sular and administrative of¬ 
ficials and a representative of 
Intourist, the Soviet travel 
agency. 

It will be equipped to han¬ 
dle such problems as hat 


TAKING A BREATHER Wednesday at Memorial 
Arena were coaches and players with Los Angeles 
Kings of the National Hochey League. Coach Bob 
Pulford, right front, put the 36 players through a 
stiff two-hour workout with the assistance of Jerry 
Toppazzini, far left, coach of the Springfield Kings, 


., ---J by Jim R 

Los Angeles’ farm chib in the American Hocke 
League. The team will practice twice daily until 
Sept. 20 when they host Vancouver Canucks in 
the first of two exhibition games in Victoria. Kings 
play Minnesota North Stars here on Sept. 30. 


Cougars Feeling Pressure 
At Tough Training Camp 


Bob Briscoe is cracking the 
whip and Victoria Cougars 
are feeling the bite. 

Briscoe, who is conducting 
the first week of training 
camp for the Western Canada 
Junior Hockey League squad, 
is a firm believer in condition¬ 
ing, as the 45 players are find¬ 
ing out by the hour. 

“This team will be in condi¬ 
tion,” ' Briscoe said Wednes¬ 
day after another tough work¬ 
out at Memorial Arena. "Cou¬ 
gars have a good schedule in 
the first half of the season 
and they will have to get 
away to a fast start if they 
hope to challenge for a 
playoff spot." 

Briscoe is filling in for the 
pneumonia-stricken Mitch Pe- 
chet, who picked up the ail- 


Zuger 

Rejoins 

Ticats 


HAMILTON (CP) — Hamil¬ 
ton Tiger-Cats announced 
Wednesday that quarterback 
Joe Zuger has rejoined the 
club as a scout for the re¬ 
mainder of the Canadian 
Football League season. 

Zuger was Ticats’ quarter¬ 
back for 10 seasons before a 
sh >ulder injury last year put 
him on the sidelines. He tried 
a comeback this year but his 
shoulder still gave tfim prob¬ 
lems and the club dropped 
him. 

Zuger then tried joining De¬ 
troit Lions in the National, 
F otball league but a new 
NFL rule introduced this sca- 

joining the NFL if he has 
played or been in a CFL 
training camp in the same 
year. 

He now will finish out the 
season with the Ticats before 
going back to Detroit next 
year, as a punter and backup 
quarterback. 


Goalkeepers 
Jump to WHA 

CHICAGO (AP) - Chicago 
Cougars of the new World 
Association increased their 
roster to 24 players by signing 
two goalkeepers Wednesday. 

They were Andre Gill, 29 r 10- 
season netminder for Hershey 
Bears of the American 
League, and Paul Menard. 20, 
who played for Verdun 
Leafs in the Qtiebec 
Hockey League last year. 


ment at the recent Cougar 
“rookie camp” in Edmonton. 

Pechet, also a conditioning 
advocate, had set up a pro¬ 
gram of endurance exercises 
with George Allis ton, physical 
education instructor at the 
YMCA, where the squad re¬ 
ports each morning for a 45- 
minute workout. 

"You should hear the com¬ 
plaints,” Cougar-trainer Jack 
Anderson added. 

These exercises and an ac¬ 
companying two-mile run are 
designed to build the leg mus¬ 
cles and help the players 
avoid injuries to groin and 
stomach areas, common com¬ 
plaints at most training 
camps. 

Briscoe, the team's chief 
scout in Alberta and Saskat¬ 
chewan, has the squad on the 
ice at 12:20 p.m. for an 80- 
minute practice and then con¬ 


ducts scrimmages between 5-7 
p.m. 

The players appear to be 
surviving the somewhat stren¬ 
uous routine although there 
are a number of them on the 
sidelines. 

Defencemen Murray Worley 
(sore knee) and Jim Ataman¬ 
enko (pulled leg muscle) did 
not take part in full workouts 
Wednesday but did skate and 
officiate at the scrimmage. 

Wingers Bill Bestwick and 
Keith Lowric were also nurs¬ 
ing sore leg muscles but are 
expected back today. 

Only one player left camp 
Wednesday. 

Fifteen-year-old J i m Mc¬ 
Pherson, obtained in the off¬ 
season from Winnipeg Jets, 
left for his North Vancouver 
home and will play his hockey 
at the North Shore Winter 
Club this season. 


And Cougars are still at¬ 
tempting to trade George 
Pesut, a holdover defenceman 
who would prefer to play In 
Saskatoon in his draft year. 

Cougars continue their 
twice-a-day workouts until 
Friday, have one practice Sat¬ 
urday then play the annual 
inter-squad game Sunday, 
starting at 7 p.m. 

Briscoe and other Cougar 
officials will then cut the 
team to about 25 players and 
most of the remainder will be 
sent to Nanaimo, where the 
Clippers of the B.C. Junior 
Hockey League open their 
camp, Sept. 18. 

Cougars will play seven ex¬ 
hibition games before opening 
their 68-game schedule, Oct 5 
in New Westminster and re¬ 
turning to Memorial Arena 
for their home opener, Oct. 7, 
against Calgary Centennials. 


passports, complaints about 
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ment's public affairs bureau, 
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time since July planning the 
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Soviet series. 

Canadian fans are ejyec g ed 

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number of Moscow hotels, 
doubled up two to a room. 
The Supreme Soviet. Russia’s 
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In Revamped Argo Lineup 


TORONTO (CP) — Dave 
Cranmer's return to the 
Toronto Argonaut lineup has 
paved the way (or the return 
of BUI Symons to a running 
back position for the Eastern 
Football Conference-, dub's 
next game. 

Coach Leo CahUl realigned 
the Argo backiieid this week 
and said it wiU be in effect 
next Wednesday when the 


Argos host British Columbia 
Lions of the Western Confer¬ 
ence. 

“When we loat Cranmer, we 
lost our only true slotback," 
Cahill said. “Die closest we 

had _ was Symons and 

that's why we've had him 
playing there." * 

The Toronto coach has been 
criticized recenUy by fans for 


British Teams 
Win Openers 


By THE CANADIAN PRESS 

Benefica of PortugaJ, five 
times former champion, was 
beaten 1-0 by the Swedish am¬ 
ateurs Malmoe in their Euro¬ 
pean Cup first round, first leg 
match in Malmoe Wednesday 
night. 

A 12th-minute goal by Lars- 
son was enough to give the 
Swedes victory over Benfica, 
who reached the semi-finals 
last season. 

PanathinaiRbs of Greece, 
runners-up two years ago. 
also face a one-goal deficit 
after losing 2-1 against Cska 
in Bulgaria. 

Striker Jan Capkovic scored 
five goals for Slovan Bra¬ 
tislava of Czechoslovakia as 
the team slammed Vojvodina 
Novi Sad of Yug>slavia 6-0 in 
their European Cup clash in 
Bratislava. 

Tottenham Hotspur of Eng¬ 
land made a successful start 
to its defence of the UEFA 
cup with a 6-3 first leg victory 
over Lyn Oslo in Norway. 

Tottenham’s high-scoring 
performance in the competi¬ 
tion was eclipsed by Zagora 
of Bulgaria who swamped 


U.K. Soccer 

LONDON (CP) — British socctr 
results Wednesday night: 

TIXACO CUP 
1st Round, 1st Leg 
Ayr o Newcastle 0 
Oundee 2 Norwich 1 
Hearts 1 Crystal P 0 
Leicester 1 Dundee United 1 
SCOTTISH LEAGUE 
Division II 

Albion 3 East Sirllng 2 
Alloa 0 Stirling 2 
’Clydebank 1 Stenhousemulr 2 
Cowdenboath 2 Brechin 1 
Montrose 3 R*ith 2 
Queen of S 2 Hamilton 1 
St. Mirren 3 Berwick 1 

ENGLISH FL CUP 
2nd Round Replays 
• Chester 2 Southampton 2 
Luton 1 Birmingham 1 


Als Acquire 
Linebacker 


MONTREAL (UPT) — Five- 
year National Football League 
veteran John Huard Wednes¬ 
day signed a contraot to play 
with the Montreal Alouettes of 
the Canadian Football League. 

The 28-year-old middle line¬ 
backer stands six feet and 
weighs 225 pounds. He played 
for the Denver Broncos for 
four seasons and last year 
was with the New Orleans 
Saints. 

He replaces another Ameri¬ 
can. Elmer Allen, on the 
Alouettes roster for a Sun¬ 
day game here against the 
B.C. Lions. 


Austria Vienna 7-0 in So via, 
with Petkov netting five. 

There were also plenty of 
goals in the UEFA Qip clash 
between Aitvldaberg of Swe¬ 
den and Bruges of Belgium 
with the Belgians scoring a 
useful 5-3 away win. 

Spanish giant Real Madrid, 
seeking its eighth triumph in 
the European Cup, was uncon¬ 
vincing in overcoming the 
challenge of Keflavik, beating 
the weak Icelandic side 3-0. 

CELTICS WIN 

Scotland’s Glasgow Celtic, 
champion in 1967, edged Nor¬ 
wegian club Rosenborg 2-1 
after Rosenborg’s goalkeeper 
Karlesen was carried off with 
a suspected broken leg in the 
32nd minute. 

Substitute goalkeeper Ros- 
sen played brilliantly to keep j-gjlllllll 
the Norwegians in the game 
after Celtic had taken a 2-0 
half-time lead through Lou 
Macari and Dixie t)eans. 

Then Wirkole shocked the 
Scots by reducing the deficit. 


not using Symons as a run¬ 
ning back while the Argos 
compiled a 1-6 wdn-loss mark. 

“We might have run Sy¬ 
mons against Hamilton but 
we just weren’t sure that 
Cranmer, withjonly a couple 
of days to learn motions and 
things, would be ready,” said 
Cahill of Toronto’s 22-1$ loss 
to the Tiger-Cats Sunday. 

“Now that he (Cranmer) 
has come through we’ve got 
our true slotback with us 
again, so we can put Symons 
and Leon McQuay together 
again — like last year.” 
Argos lost the Canadian final 
to Calgary Stampeders In 
1971. 

RUMORS DENIED 

Cranmer’s return was unex¬ 
pected by the Toronto coach¬ 
ing staff. The veteran from 
Sarnia, Ont., underwent an 
operation to remove part of 
his intestine early in the sea¬ 
son and little hope was held 
for his playing again this 
year. 

Rumors he had asked Cahill 
to either play him as a run¬ 
ning back or trade him were 
denied by Symonq, the only 
Argonaut ever to gain more 
than 1,000 yards rushing it) a 
season. 

"I’ve never complained to 
Leo. and I’ve never asked to. 
be traded,” Symons said this 
week. He suggested the Argo 
problems relating to his asso¬ 
ciation with the coach have 
"been blown out of propor¬ 
tion. . . I’m sure Leo doesn't 
need the aggravation.” 


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Bomber Fans 
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WINNIPEG (CP) — Win- 
nlpeg football fans will no 
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Blue Bomber home games. 

The Winnipeg Enterprises 
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Drysdale Surprises Aussie Veteran 
In International Racquet 


MONTREAL, (CP) — Cliff 
Drysdale of South Africa 
upaet veteran Ken Roaewall 
of .Australia, 6-1, 6-2, Wednes¬ 
day to reach the quarter¬ 
finals of the Rothman’s 
550,000 international tennis 
tournament. 

The lanky Drysdale, who 
now makes his home In Aus¬ 
tin, Tax., used a strong serve 
and deep returns with his two- 
hartded backhand to keep 
Rosewall, seeded fifth, off his 
game.. 

The South African, who is 
seeded fourth, plays six-seed¬ 
ed Tom Okker ofjhe Nether¬ 
lands in the quarter-finals 
Friday. Okker used his speed 


around the court to blast 
nlnth-seedad Bob Lutz of the 
'. U.S.. 6-1, 6-4. 

Seventh-aeeded Nikki PMc 
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of the U.S. bringing to five the 
number ot players ranked in 
the top 12 already ousted. 

Third-seeded Mark Cox of 
Britain was eliminated by 
countryman Roger Taylor 
Tuesday and Ray Ruffels, 
seeded eighth, was put out 
Monday by fellow Australian 
Roy Emerson. 

Richey meets American Ar¬ 
thur Aahe in Friday’s quar¬ 
ter-finals. Ashe crushed John 


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The other quarter-final pair¬ 
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Taylor meets Ismail El Shatei 
of Egypt; Americans Charles 
Pasarell and Marty Reissen 
clash and Emerson plays Jeff 
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In doubles Wednesday, Cox 
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tish defeated Richey and 
Gerald Battrick of Britain, 

7- 5, 6-3, while Aussies Emer¬ 
son and Terry Addison beat 
Americans Roy Barth and 
Tom Leahard, 7-6, 6-1. 


The eight-day tournament 
ends with singlei and doubles 
finals Sunday. Singles winner 
collects 510,000 while the win¬ 
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52,500. 


Hicke Signs 

EDMONTON (CP) — Bill 
Hicke, a 14-year-old veteran 
of the National Hookey 
League, has signed with Al¬ 
berta Oilers of th* World 
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back in shape, the Bengals 
will rebound from their din- 
mal 4-10 record of last year. 
/Neither old Bill Nelsen nor 
young Mike Phipps seem to 
have what the Browns need at 
quarterback and a shaky de¬ 
fence will counteract the. scor¬ 
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Kelly and former Ottawa 
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Offence is always the 
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Marv Hubbard carrying- the 
rushing load and a healthy 
Daryle Lamonica tossing to 
Fred Biletnikoff and rookie 
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How far quarterback Len 
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ourney 


NEW YORK (AP) — New 
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timore ColtJ as the tea mbat- 
tling Miami Dolphins for su¬ 
premacy in the East, long-suf¬ 
fering iPittsburgh Steelers will 
emerge as a power in the 
Central Division and San 
Diego Chargers will rush 
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Kansas City scramble for 
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hard to slow down. Like Mia¬ 
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stoppers are young, but the 
year of experience could 
bring it together. 

With quarterbacks Virgil 
Carter and Ken Anderson 


Jerome Barkum and running 
hacks like Emerson Boozer 
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will mount a strong challenge. 

The Colts are outstanding 
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equipped on offence with run¬ 
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and Don Nottingham and re¬ 
ceivers such as Eddie Hinton. 

But one of their strongest 
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link. Quarterback Johnny 
Unitas hasn’t got the old zip 
in his passes arid backup man 
Marty Domres may not be 
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Weak defensive and offen¬ 
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and‘John Fuqua, they’ll be 


for six straight years. But 
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HOW THEY LOOK 

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AFC's regular-season stand¬ 
ings to wind up: 

East Division: Miami Dol¬ 
phins, Now York Jets, Bal¬ 
timore Colts, New England 
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Central Division: Pittsburgh 
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field and Marlin Briscoe, and 
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ners like Jim Kiick, Larry 
Csonka and Mercury Morrjs. 

Defence was the gap last 
but it was a remarkably 


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season play Sunday. 

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wiH be trying to tame, but it'll 
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“There’s only one more 
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plosive one, and quarterback 
Terry Bradshaw is the man 
who can light the fuse. 

Oakland Raiders and 
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a two-way struggle, while San year, 


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TORONTO (CP) - In 1969, 
whll* he wee etlH coach o t (he 
Rut*ian national hockey 
team, Anatoli Tarasov wrote 
a book entitled Road to Olym¬ 
pus. it kicked around Toronto 
book store* drawing little at¬ 
tention although It waa re¬ 
duced from It* 54.95 price to 
[ . (6 cent* a copy on the clear- 
j tables. 

FSuddenly, the book has.be- 
algnlflcant, especially 
lor Team Canada hockey 
coaches Harry Sinden and 
John Ferguson. 

Since watching the Russians 
pity hockey and head tor 
Moscow with a 2-1-1 record in 
the first ot tour exhibition 
games between the Soviet* 
and Team Canada, Sinden 
and Ferguson are convinced 
the book should be a best- 
seller. 

“Somebody gave It to me 
and I’ve read parts ol It," Sin- 
den has admitted. 

"I haven’t read It, but 1 m 
tun as hell going to. A lot ot 
people are going to read Road 
to Olympus now,” Ferguson 
concluded. 

Tarasov’s theories were 
heavy stuff, but since the 
Tarasov influence on the Rus¬ 
sian team is still obvious, the 
book demands attention of 
hockey students. 

Sinden says the Russians 
have shown a degree of condi¬ 
tioning that National Hockey 
League coaches didn't believe 
eifSted. 

“Ferguson says there are 
several things I’ve picked up 
from the Russians that I m 
convinced we should adopt. 

He listed three examples: 1. 
The Soviet system of chang- 


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lng their full unit of five, in¬ 
stead of line changes; 2. The 
Soviet system of intensive and 
comprehensive training drills; 
3. The Russian player*’ con¬ 
stant attention to techniques. 

Sinden has some doubts 
about the potential success of 
the more rigid Russian train¬ 
ing methods. 


"I don't know how long it 
would last In our 78-game 
schedule,” he said, “but I 
think we can do better than 
we’re doing now. 

"I’m interested in their 
methods, because you don't 
see that much in their prac¬ 
tices. They don't work as 


hard on the ice as we do, so 
they must do something else 
somewhere." 

Tarasov's book contains ex¬ 
tensive chapters on training 
and coaching methods and 
these have intrigued Sinden, 
who is expected to add some 
of them to his repertoire. 

For example, Tarasov 


writes in Road to Olympus: 

- “I Introduce training methods 
or at least parts of them in 
very complicated conditions, 
where the atmosphere is simi¬ 
lar to that of a real game 
against a tough opponent. 

"This is done by stepping 
up the tempo of the drills, in¬ 
creasing the number ot 


players in a given drill, by 
having a player or line to play 
with two or three pucks si¬ 
multaneously, with additional 
barrier* to get around on the 
way to the goal. 

"For instance, I have three 
forwards each with a puck 
coming down the ice and out¬ 
playing a lone defenceman; 


they fire at the goal on the go. 
At first, the defenceman may 
feel quite last — his attention 
is scattered, he finds It dif¬ 
ficult in switching from one 
player to another, the unex¬ 
pected collisions are more 
than irritating, to say the 
least. But as he gradually ac¬ 
quires experience ....” 


Such drills have helped the 
Soviet Union Nationals sur¬ 
prise Sinden, Ferguson and 
almost' every member of 
Team Canada — to say noth¬ 
ing of North ■ America’s NHL 
fans, many of whom are like¬ 
ly to go hunting for Road to 
Olympus. 


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Victoria, B.C., Tnurs., September 14,1972 


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means we re 


putting our money where our month is. 


For years now, every car 
manufacturer has been shouting 
about quality, yet sometimes failing 
to deliver it. So, we can hardly 
blame you if by nowyou’re just a 
little skeptical about how good our 
'73 AMC cars really are. That’s 
precisely why we introduced our 
Buyer Protectioii Plan. Quite 
simply it means that under this 
Guarantee, we, the manufacturer, 
promise to pay for anything that 
goes wrong with your new car, 
if it’s our fault. The reason we can 
offer such a unique guarantee is 
simply that we’re building 
better cars. 

The Plan: 

Here’s how our plan works 
for you when you buy your new 
*73 American Motors car. 


After we carefully build, inspect and 
test each car, we require your 
Dealer to check it again. So it’s as 
perfect a new car as both of us can 
make it. Then we promise you that if 
anything does go wrong for the first 
12 months, or 12,000 miles (which¬ 
ever comes first) and it’s our fault, 
it will be fixed free. This year, for 
slight additional cost you can 
extend your plan coverage. Be sure 
to ask your American Motors 
Dealer for full details. 

What’s more, if you make an 
appointment to have something 
fixed and it takes more than a day, 
many of our Dealers will loan you a 
car free. Also free is our new 
Special Trip Interruption Protec¬ 
tion which says that if you’re. 100 
miles or more from home and the 
servicing American Motors Dealer 
can’t provide same-day Guaranteed 
repairs for your car, interrupting 
your trip, American Motors will 
reimburse you for extra lodging and 
meal costs up to $150.00 based 
upon your actual expenses. 


When you buy a new 1973 AMC car from an American 
Motors dealer, American Motors (Canada) Limited 
guarantees to you that, except for tires, it will pay for 
the repair or replacement of any part it supplies that is 
defective in material of workmanship. 

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the car is first used or 12,000 miles, whichever comes 
first. All we require is that the car be properly .main¬ 
tained and cared for under normal use and service in 
the 50 United States or Canada and that guaranteed 
repairs or replacements be made by an American Motors 
dealer. 

This guarantee is, to the extent not prohibited by 
law, in lieu of all other guarantees or warranties, 
express, implied or implied in law, of American 
Motors ( Canada ) Limited or others, including 
implied warranties of merchantability or fitness 
for a particular purpose. 


We back them better 
simply because we build them better. 


Finally, if you have an unresolved 
problem, you get a number to call directly to our 
Head Office in Brampton. The reason we’ve gone 
to such lengths is that we know that a new car 
with problems can leave a very bitter taste in 
your mouth for quite a long time. And we’d like 
to think you’ll want to come back in a few 
years for another new AMC car. 

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Gremlin X are still the heaviest and most 
powerful sub-compacts around. We start where 
the rest leave off—with a rugged 6 cylinder and 
go up to a 304 cubic inch V8. Performance you 
won’t find in other sub-compacts. For about the 
same price too. 


HORNET HATCHBACK. 
Uniquely new for 1973. This sporty 
compact with room for four, or 
five, has a rear loading hatch that 
opens up to 23 cubic feet of space. 
Hatchback X comes with fat tires, 
360 cubic inch V8 and racing stripes. 
See your Dealer and open her up. 

HORNET FOUR DOOR 
SEDAN. Big enough for 5 adults, 
yet small enough to handle with 
comfort and ease. Comes with a 
peppy 6, or opt for a V8. All for 
just a little more than the leading 
little import. And with our Buyer 
Protection Plan, it’s the best buy in 
the compact class. 

HORNET SPORTABOUT. 
Sportabout is the only domestic 4 
door station wagon that’s big 
enough to be called a real station 
wagon. Yet compact enough to 
drive, handle and park with ease. 
Wives love ’em. Comes with 
woodgrain panelling and roof rack 
options. Best of all is Sportabout’s 
compact price. 

JAVELIN. Trans-Am race 
series winner, Javelin and Jayelin 
AMX are our ‘heavy’ cars. Let 


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MATADOR. Our inter¬ 
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price. Add to that our Buyer 
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handling, performance and roomi¬ 
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with air conditioning, V8 engine, 
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Electorate Still Out 


VANCOUVER (CP) — Res¬ 
olutions asking for elected 
representatives on regional 
d 1 s t r 1 c t boards, whose 
are appointed in 
cases, were defeated 
nesday at the annual con- 
of the Union of B.C. 
cipalities. 

Aid. Ron Ross of Surrey, 
L who presented the resolution 
r to delegates, said it aimed at 
‘trying to plug In the elector¬ 
ate to the regional district." 

He aaid candidates could 
run tor both regional district 
bdftd seats and positions on 
municipal councils. 

Several delegates spoke 
against the resolution on the 
grounds that a workable 
process of election could not 
be found. Others said the 
voter was represented on the 



boards because regional dis¬ 
trict directors were the agents 
of councils. 

"If you have an election you 
can’t be sure the right people 
will run for the office," said 
Mayor Dugald Morrison of 
Delta, adding that with direct 
elections an inexperienced 
man could win. 

That resolution and another 
by Gibsons asking for direct 
election of the district board' 
chairman were defeated in a 
seminar on the subject of the 
regional district, one of three 
held Wednesday at the UBCM 
convention. 

The seminar did approve a 
resolution asking regional dis¬ 
tricts assume more financial 
responsibility for health 
centres, but defeated ones 
calling on unorganized areas, 


Salvation Army 
Purse Empty 


SAN JOSE, Calif. (UPI) - 
The Salvation Army has 
•topped providing food for the 
-city’s needy because its 
coffers are empty. 

“We are broke." MaJ. Wil¬ 
liam Rlcken, administrator of 


Club 44 

Plans 

Passed 


A price tag of $1.1 million 
has been put on construction 
of a new junior ranks club at 


the Army’s emergency gro¬ 
cery order program, said 
Wednesday. He said his unit 
was $4,000 in debt 
He blamed the fiscal prob¬ 
lem on the Santa Clara 
County Department of Social 
Services. “They quit giving 
food stamps to needy families 
on a walk-in basis in July and 
August" he said. 

This, he said, forced his 
group to spend $500 a week 
trying to feed the hungry peo¬ 
ple for two months. 

A department spokesman 
was not available for com¬ 
ment, but it was learned a 
quick policy change has re¬ 
sulted in resumption of emer¬ 
gency food distribution. 

Ricken said he hoped to re¬ 
sume his program New. 1. 


such as Bowen Island and the 
University of B.C. Endow¬ 
ment Lands, to enact a one- 
mill levy and to separate the 
positions of regional district 
board chairman and hospital 
board chairman. 

The land use, control and 
development seminar ap¬ 
proved a resolution calling for 
a fee for all applications for 
property rezoning. Aid. 
George Laking of Port Coquit¬ 
lam said the cost of process¬ 
ing applications is currently 
being borne by the taxpayer. 

Mayor Bill Vanderzalm of 
Surrey said such a fee is al¬ 
ready imposed in surrey and 
the number of applications for 
rezoning has been reduced by 
half. It is also imposed in 
some Greater Victoria areas. 

Surrey has also had a “good 
reception” over a require¬ 
ment that developers pay for 
underground wiring and bou¬ 
levard landscaping, he said on 
a resolution that asks the B.C. 
government for similar 
powers. 

Also passed was a resolu¬ 
tion asking developers set 
aside 10 per cent of their land 


or the equivalent, in cash for 
public use as a park. 

The resolutions passed by 
the seminar will come up 
again for consideration by the 
convention as a whole. Reso¬ 
lutions defeated in seminar 
won’t come up again unless 
their movers bring them up at 
the convention’s main ses¬ 
sions today and Friday. 


Condition Fair 


George James, of 401 Cook, 
was reported in fair condition 
in Victoria General Hospital 
Tuesday night with injuries he 
received about 4:05 p.m. when 
he was struck by a car driven 
by Jill Butterfield of 76 Moss 
at the intersection of Cook 


and Oiiphant, Victoria police 
said. 


uiiiinr FIRE iiiiiiiiH 

= SMOKE DAMAGE SALE = 

HONDA 


= WORLD or FLEASUBE £ 

niiim PEARSON IIIIII7 


the Canadian Forces Base in 
Esquimalt to replace Club 44, 
destroyed by fire last Oc¬ 
tober. 


Four Policemen 


The fire led tp conviction of 
a man on a charge of arson. 
The case is being appealed. 

Approval for building of a 
new club was announced 
Wednesday by base com¬ 
mander Commodore R. V. 
Henning. The national defence 
department has authorized 
the spending of $1.1 million on 
a two-storey building between 
1973 and 1974 in the Signal 
Hill area near the main gate 
of HMC Dockyard. 


Hurt in Toronto 


TORONTO (CP) — Four po¬ 
licemen were injured and 
about 28 persons arrested 
Wednesday evening after 
about 80 demonstrators 
stormed the door of a meeting 
hall where members of the 
right-wing Western Guard, 
formerly the Edmund Burke 
Society, had gathered. Topic 
of the meeting was Keep Can¬ 
ada White. 



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in protein yet low in calories and fat. When you compare 
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buys. And when you see the B.C. label, you know you're 
enjoying fresh, top quality chicken that’s grown and 
processed right here in British Columbia. For a collec¬ 
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OTTAWA — Providi 
transportation /arrangemei 
are firmed up and exit pi 
mits issued in Uganda, t 
manpower and immigrati 
department expects the fii 
of several thousand refug 
Asians to arrive in Cana 
within two weeks. 

They face a mixed reel 
tion, with one segment of C 
nadians hostile to the ma 
influx and another recepti 
to it. 

As of latest count, Canadii 
immigration officers in Kai 
pala report that 600 of 5,7 
Ugandan Asians who have a 
plied for Canadian entry ha> 
been granted visas. 

Officials on the* scene e 
timate about another 20,Of 
Asians have collected applic; 
tion forms. 

Mail for and against tt 
mass migration is describe 
b y the department { 
"heavy,” but it professes n< 
to know on which side — fc 
or against — it is weighed. 

There have been report 
said to have originated wit 
some government offices, the 
for every Canadian welcorr 
ing the inflow of Asians - 
which could run as high a 
15,000 -- there have been 5 
against it. 

The department, neithe 
■ onfirming nor denying this 
has said no honest assessmen 
t an be made of public dpinioi 
until the "very voluminous' 
mail has been analysed. 

But It seems to shape u| 
this way: 

More individuals seem op 
posed to the migration. 

But offsetting this has beei 
the number of organization 
supporting it. 

The individuals have object 
ed on grounds that unemploy 
ment running as high as it i: 
at more than 6 per cent rule? 
against a mass impirt o 
foreign job-hunters. 

They haye protested, too, oi 
grounds of race and color. 

There have also been spe 
i ialized objections of the sort 
of “Fine ... let ’em in, bu 
not any of thase in my trade 
or occupation.” 


Bov Killed 


By Dog 


KENVIL. N.J. (UPI) - / 
2 1 2 -year-old boy was maiilec 
to death by a dog near his 
home here last night. Police 
said Adam Cicchetti \ran 
dered away from his parent* 
at the home of James Dawsor 
and was attacked by an Alas' 
kan malemute Dawson kepi 
closely chained to the side ol 
a bam. 


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Satin ttoliwiat Victoria, B.C., Thur»., September 14,1972 23 





SIMPSONS-SEARS 


By BICHARD JACKSON 
Cstealtt Ottawa Bureau 

OTTAWA — Providing 
traniportation /arrangements 
are firmed up and exit per¬ 
mits issued in Uganda, the 
manpower and immigration 
department expects the first 
of several thousand refugee 
Asians to arrive in Canada 
within two weeks. 

They face a mixed recep¬ 
tion, with one segment of Ca¬ 
nadians hostile to the mass 
influx and another receptive 
to it. 

As of latest count, Canadian 
immigration officers in Kam¬ 
pala report that 600 of 5,750 
Ugandan Asians who have ap¬ 
plied for Canadian entry have 
been granted visas. 

Officials on the* scene es¬ 
timate about another 20,000 
Asians have collected applica¬ 
tion forms. 

Mail for and against the 
mass migration is described 
by the department as 
“heavy,” but it professes not 
to know on which side — for 
or against - it is weighed, 

There have been reports, 
said to have originated with 
some government offices, that 
for every Canadian welcom¬ 
ing the inflow of Asians — 
which could run as high as 
15,000 ~ there have been 50 
against it. 

The department, neither 
confirming nor denying this, 
has said no honest assessment 
can be made of public opinion 
until the “very voluminous” 
mail has been analysed. 

But it seems to shape up 
this way: 

More individuals seem op¬ 
posed to the migration. 

But offsetting this has been 
the number of organizations 
supporting it. 

The individuals have object¬ 
ed on grounds that unemploy¬ 
ment running as high as it is 
at more than 6 per cent rules 
against a mass import of 
foreign job-hunters. 

They haye protested, too, on 
grounds of race and color. 

There have also been spe¬ 
cialized objections of the sort 
of “Fine ... let ’em in. but 
not any of tiiase in my trade 
or occupation.” 


Bov Killed 
By Dog 

KENVIL. N.J. (UPI> A 
V ij-year-old boy was maiiled 
to death by a dog near his 
home here last night. Police 
said Adam Cicchetti wan¬ 
dered away from his parents 
at the home of James Dawson 
and was attacked by an Alas¬ 
kan malemute Dawaon kept 
closely chained to the side of 
a bam. 






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'Someone should tell the 
Ugandans that there’s no 
room In Canada.’ * 


But on the other side of the 
line dividing public opinion 
are the organization* such as 
the Red Cross, the inter-faith 
committee of the churches 
and the Quebec provincial 
government. 

These and similar organiza¬ 
tions have written and called 
in to the immigration division 
asking, “How can we help?” 

The immigration division it¬ 
self doesn’t really know what 
to expect. 

It wonders how many 
Asians will come with capital. 
Will President Idi Amin who, 
says he received his expulsion 


inspiration from God, allow 
the Asians to bring out their 
money? And which airline is 
going to fly them in, for how 
much, and who will be paying 
the bill? 

What encourages the im¬ 
migration division to hope the 
reception will be warmer for 
the Aaiana than some of the 
mall might Indicate, haa been 
the response of “some" indi¬ 
viduals. 

Like the farmer In Alberta 
who wrote, "Send a few out 


here. They can work the farm 

or even rent it-” 

Catch la, not many of the 
Aaiana are farmers. Host are 
buslneeamen, professionals 
and enterpreneurs. 


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The remote chance. 

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LONDON, Ont. (CP) ^ 
|prime Minuter Trudeau took 
his election campaign to 
Isoiitbem Ontario Wednesday 
Inight, carrying the message 
I that Canada's economy has 
I been Setter managed under 
I his government than that of 
I any oountry In the world. 

The prime minister barked 
I up the theme at a mass rally 
I at London Gardens with a 
| bushel of statistics. 

However, he did not men- 

| Nationalize CPR 


tlon a ma jor "one — die 
growth in the seasonally-ad¬ 
justed unemployment rate to 
6.7 par cent in August from die 
6.3 per cent the previous 
month. 

He told his audience he had 
not quoted these statistics to 
biggest that 'Tip not serious¬ 
ly concerned about that unem¬ 
ployment. I am.” 

The purposes of the figures 
he used to support his ar¬ 
gument that Canada was in 


Lewis Promises 

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New Farm Deal 


SASKATOON (CP) — A 
I New Democratic Party gov¬ 
ernment would provide a 
guaranteed price on all agri¬ 
cultural commodities, halt 
rail line abandonment and na¬ 
tionalize the Canadian Pacific 
Railway under its agricultural 
| i>olicy platform, unveiled 
Wednesday by leader David 
Lewis. 

Lewis chose Saskatchewan 
and the riding — Saskatoon- 
Humboldt — held by Otto 
Lang, minister in charge of 
the Canadian wheat board, to 
announce the party’s agricul¬ 
tural platform for the Oct. 30 
federal election. 

The program, "the net farm 
income growth plan, is a com¬ 
prehensive policy to preserve 
family farms and rural com¬ 
munities.” 

The policy has five main 
poirits: 

• Increased farm in¬ 
comes through guaranteed 
minimum prices on all com¬ 
modities. 

• Lower farm costs 
through tax reforms. 


• Lz>wer machinery costs. 

• Support for provincial 
land programs. 

• Low-cost credit to en¬ 
courage farming. 

It calls for a strong rural 
framework through a compre¬ 
hensive transportation system 
designed to serve producers. 

"This means scrapping rail 
line abandonment proposals." 

The platform calls for the 
marketing of all grains 
through the Canadian wheat 
board and producer-controlled 
agencies to assure fair re¬ 
turns to farmers. 

On guaranteed prices, the 
policy says such support 
would be based on the cost of 
production to overcome the 
problem of farmers being at 
the mercy of a market [dace 
over which they have virtual¬ 
ly no control. 


good economic shape was to 
illustrate that "the Canadian 
economy has been managed 
better m the past five years of 
International economic turbu¬ 
lence than has that of any 
other country in the world.” 

"Canadians are. earning 
more, spending more and sav¬ 
ing more than at any previous 
time in 'our history,” the 
prime minster said. 

He said the labor force has 
grown in relative terms at 20 
times the rate of the 15 major 
European industrial nations 
and is being put to work at a 
rate far better than that 
achieved anywhere else. 

The prime minister said 
that while the government 
seeks to correct inequities it 
will not risk radical or untest¬ 
ed ideas which "will threaten 
the’confidence of the domestic 
and international business 
communities." 

At the same time the prime 
minister warned that those 
who abuse the unemployment 
insurance scheme — which he 
said was the best anywhere - - 
face trouble from the govern¬ 
ment. 

The government would not 
tolerate their schemes and 


Trumpet Stolen 

HOLLYWOOD (UPI) - A 
thief stole the $450 trumpet 
held to the lips of a wax fig¬ 
ure of the late jazz great 
Louis Armstrong at the Holly- 
wood Wax Museum, police 
said Wednesday. 


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Jerseys, acetates, Acrylic crepes. Arnel Jerseys in plains 
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Assorted Nylon Zippers Drima Thread 


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fabrics. Assorted shades. 
100 yds. 


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19c Seam Binding 


39c 

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may well be approaching its 
last change to effectively fight 
regional disparity. Conserva¬ 
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sak] Wednesday. 


Speaking to Conservatives 
at a joint nomination meeting 
for the ridings of cape Breton- 
The Sydneys and Cape Bre¬ 
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so specifically directed to thu 
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with the vital problem of re¬ 
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• 8 BASF 600' 5” tape PM $3.25, Sale $1.65. • 1 AKAI 280DSS Same as 280 except 4-channel deck version PM $874.95. Sale $699. • I AKAI 1730 DSS 4-channel version of 1730, 3 mtr., 3-hd P3I $495.95, Sale $395. • 1 AKAI 1800DSS 4-chan¬ 

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CR80SS records two and four channel 8-truck tapes $459.95, Sale $368. • 2 AKAI CS50 Automatic reversing cassette player and recorder PM $299.95. Sale $199. • 2 AKAI GXC40D GX head cassette deck PM $269.95, Sale $215. • RECORDERS 

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Sale *599. • 1000X 100 Watt A5I F5I Receiver. Walnut case. PM $449.95, Sale $343.00 • 5 Electra EDS-70O A5I FM Receiver PM $259.95, Sale $188. • .$ Electra MS 106 AM FM Receivers PM 99.95, Sale $79.95. • 2 Electra TPX-760 ( 9Iajor) P31 
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$69.95, Sale $44. • 2 Sansui MU-50 A5I FM Turntable Combination Including 2 Sansui SP/10 PM $394.93, Sale $399.95 WOW. • 2 Pioneer SM-760. I SC-700 and 1 SF-706 P3I $737.45, Sale $488. • 1 No Name Receiver. We don't know the price, so 
any reaaonable offer accepted on this 1 Item. • 1 AKAI AA8509 2111 A5I FM Receiver PM *589.95. Sale $472.00. • 2 AKAI AA-66IHI 120 Watt Integrated Amplifier PM $359.95, Sale $288.88. * 2 AKAI AA-6306 80 Watt AM FM Receiver PM $32B.95. 
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Channel 180 Walt Integrated Amplifier PM $209.95. Sale $168. • I Sansqi A1-555A *5 Watt Integrated Amplifier, Good value. I’ll $279.95. Sale $239. • I Sansui BA-100 100 Watt Power Amplifier. Super huy PM $249.95, Sale $150 • TUNERS — 2 
Sanstll TU-999. Sansui liest AVI FM Tuner. Twin Meters, excellent. PM $159.95, Sale *159.95. • 2 Sansui TU-888 Deluxe A.M FM, Twin .Meters, Fine unit. I’M $339.95, Sale $209. • 2 Sansui TU-660 AVI FM Stereo Tuner. Noise Canceller PM $259.95, Sale. 
$209.95. • 1 Reverb — 4 only Sansui RA-500 Sansui Reverb Unit, 4 Channel Effect P.\l $109.95, Sale $135. „ 

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SPEAKERS—! DYNA A-10” — 2 way spkr, $125 pr., $91 pair • 4 AR AR-4X 8" 2-way P3I $94.30, Sale $79. • 1 AR AR-6 10" 2-way PM $129.50. Sale $103. • 2 G3037 ISOPHONE SPEAKERS PM $129.95, Sale $95. • 2 .1BL-L100 with covers 

CENTURY. PM $.375. Sale $289. • 8 KLH .32 2-way apeakers. Sale $72.30 each. • 6 KLH .38 S|teakers. their newest. Sale S95. • 2 KLH IT 2-way 10" speakers. Sale $105. • 2 ELECTRA ED60-I2 inch speaker kit, box, etc. Special $88. • 14 
KI.ECTRA El> .3 spkr. 3x7x8”. 10 watt P.M $24.95. Sale $14.88. • 10 ELECTRA ED-3X spkr. 8" 2-way 12 watt P.M *27.95, Sale $18.88 • 10 ELECTRA ED-4X spkr. 61/," 8 watt PM $19.95. Sale $14.88 • 4 ELECTRA ED-6X spkr. 8" Dual 

cone 15 watt PM *39.95. Sale $27.50. • 2 ELECTRA ED10X 10" S way speaker 35 w P.M $79.93, Sale *38. • 2 No. 195 Stei ma Danish—Excellent speaker. 2-way 15w PM $59.95, Sale $39. • 2 No. 65 Steima-Danlsh Excellent! Speaker. 2-way 9". 2*w 
PM $79.95. Sale $59. • 2 No. 500 Steima-Danlsh Excellent! Speaker, 3-way, 35 watt P.M $129.95, Sale $89. • 2 HiFi 4 Stetma Danish Excellent t»” woofer 4-way 50 watt PM $199.95, Sale $99. • ELECTRA EQ-10) SYNTHESIZER (same as QS Nn- 
polex) 4 channel adapter box. Sale $24.9.3. • 4 AKAI SW-180 3-way 60 watt $381.9.3 each, Sale $ 266 . • 2 AKAI SW-175 5-xvay 6-speaker 80 watt $290.95. • 2 AKAI SW-165 4-way 4-speaker $269.95. • 2 AKAI SW-135 S-way, 3 speaker, .30 
watt $149.93 • 4 AKAI SW-35 Jet stream design. 13 watt *39.93. • t AKAI NDS70 six hexogonal speakers $67.95 • 2 AKAI N D.S-80 omni-directional hex. spkrs. $144.95 • 3 AKAI ASE-9S headphones $18.93 • 2 AKAI ASE-20 headphones $25.95 • 2 
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S way, 5-speaker, 80 watt, 12” woofer P.M $279.95, Sale $2.33. • 4 SANSUI SPI7IHI 3-way, 5-speaker, 70 watt, 12” woofer P.M $249.95, Sale $199. • 2 SANSUI SPI200 3-way, 5-speaker, 60 watt 10" woofer PM $219.95, Sale $175 • 2 SANSUI AS100 Acoustic 
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FB Equipment—.3* I t 5007 Tnkai Citizens Rand Transceiver Previously Marked $199-95, Sale $160. • 8 TC-5014 Tukai Citizens Band Transceiver PM $2.39.06, Sale $188. • .3 TC-2008 Tnknl Citizens Rand Transceiver PM $120 Sale $09 • Unimetrix 
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NOR.MENDE A.M-FM SW P5I $1.37.00. Sale $89.00. • I ONLY J1 I.IETTE FDR 1278. Sale $19. • I ONLY JULIETTE APR 1405 C. Sale *17.00. • 2 ONLY SONY TFM 1000 MB AM-FM-SW, P.M $129.95. Sale $88.00. • 1 ONLY GRUNDIG 5000 AM 
FM SM' LM MOM $199.95. I ONLY GRUNDIG PRIMA BOY .700. P.M SI 19.95. Sale $88.00. • .3 ELECTRA FTR-30. P.M *39.95. Sale $24.88. • I ELECTRA EllC33 3I(fllEL DIGITAL CLOCK RADIO. PM $69.85, Sale $38.00. • 4 ONLY DCR-17 
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The political fallout 
the Munich Olympics tra 
in which 11 Israeli ath 
and six other persons diet 
pears about to begin. 

West German politiclai 
all factions have piously 
claimed they have no ii 
tion$of trying to make p 
cal capital of what happ 
after West German aut 
ties took action to try and 
the Israeli hostages i 
their Arab captors. But wi 
general election coming 
here in two months, It w 
be too much to expect the 
iticians to refrain from 
ting their digs in. 

Opposition Leader Ra 
Barzel has already prom 
that once the Olympic Ga 


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Political Fallout from Olympics To Begin 


The political fallout from 
the Munich Olympics tragedy 
in which 11 Israeli athletes 
and six other persons died ap¬ 
pears about to begin. 

West German politicians of 
all factions have piously pro¬ 
claimed they have no inten¬ 
tion *of trying to make politi¬ 
cal capital of what happened 
after West German authori¬ 
ties took action to try and, free 
the Israeli hostages from 
their Arab captora. But with a 
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that once the Olympic Games 


By JG|E ALEX MORRIS Jr. from Bonn 


were finished, he would start Germany should stop its con- 
asking questions. He made his tribution to the United Na- 
first pitch Tuesday, even as tions Relief and Works 
the last Olympians were leav- Agency, which helps Pales¬ 
ing. tinian refugees. 

Barzel did not, however, Barzel also wants the gov- 
throw any heavy punches. e ™ment to look more closely 


He called for a ban on foreign 
organizations which advocate 
use of force to achieve their 
ends, and said West German 
aid to Arab states which di¬ 
rectly or indirectly helps Arab 
terrorists should be stopped. 


Presumably he meant West 


at the capabilities of the fed¬ 
eral criminal office to fight 
international political terror¬ 


ism^ In Munich, it would not 
have helped much, since the 
Bavarian authorities twice re¬ 
jected federal offers of help. 

The question of federal- 
state relations will be one of 
the key subjects at a confer¬ 
ence of interior ministers of 
the West German states here 
in Bonn. 

' Chancellor Willy Brandt has 
expressed his hopes that no 
one will try to use the Munich 
tragedy for political ends. It 
may not happen, but not for 
noble reasons of fair play. 

The political authority in 


Munich was Bavaria interior 
minister Bruno Merk. He 
gave the order to shoot at 
Furstenfeldbruck Airfield 
when the Arabs were -trying 
to transfer their hostages 
from i>elicopters to a Lufth¬ 
ansa airliner. 

Merk is a Christian Social 
Union Party member 4 , and the 
CSU is the arch-conservative 


Genscher invited the CSU 
boss, Franz Josef Strauss, 
to ride along in the official 
helicopter which followed the 
two loaded with Arabs and 
hostages to Furstetifeldbruck. 

This means that, at least by 
association, Strauss shares 
the guilt of the other political 
authorities who voted to go 
ahead and let the police shoot 


Bavarian sistec. party of Bar- , despite the fact the Israeli 
zel’s Christian Democrats, hostages faced almost certain 

Furthermore, in about the death by this act — as the Ba- 

oniy smart political move he varian police and Merk him- 
made that day, federal intori- self freely admit, 
or minister Hans-Dietrich The Olympic tents were 


folded under the strictest se- thrown at the stadium from a 
curity precautions seen so far light airplane during the cer^ 
in Munich — despite the fact mony coincided with what ap- 
that most of the athletes were peared to be an unidentified 

long since gone. The Bavarian .blip on the Munich radar, and 
border police, a paramilitary resulted in an alert to the 
group, tcok over security duty West German air force, which 
at the Olympic Village gates, sent up jet fighters, 
and were letting no one in¬ 
side’. ~. r v 

Finnair, the Finnish airline, 
has Inftgnantly denied it was 
responsible for the latest 
mixup at the Olympic grounds 
during the farewell ceremony 
Monday night. A telephoned 
threat that a bomb would be 


ft turned <$ht to be a Finnish 
DC-8. 


The Firms said that tht 
plane was flying its allotted 
flight pattern at the scheduled 
time. There was no question 
of it being unidentified. 


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C X 126-20 


Mercury 7x35 
Binocular 


A fine quality instru- Fujicolor 126-20 


ment for general view¬ 
ing. An indispensable 
item for outdoorsmen. 
A great gift the whole 
family can enjoy. 
Leather carrying case 
and straps included in 
price. 


Fujicolor 126-12 


Minolta Himatic 75 

A fully automatic exposure control, just aim and shoot. 
Lens opening and shutter speed selected automatically. 
Manual exposure control . . . permits you to independently 
select aperture and shutter speed B % to 1/500 sec. 
Excluvise “CLC” design automatically compensates to 
minimize under exposure of dark areas. Super imposed 
coupled range finder. Hot shoe connection for flash. 
World famous “Rokker” 45 mm fl.8 lens. QQ.88 
Bright view finder. Leather case included (jH 
in price. SALE PRICE . . 

W bod word's Spotting Goods, Main Floor 


Fujicolor 135-20 


Color slide film 

(Price Includes Processing) 

WOODWARD’S T 11 135-20 . 

Fujichrome R100-135-20 .. 

Fujichrome R100-135-36 _ 

Fujichrome R100-126-20 _ 

Kodachrome X110-20_ 

Kodachrome Kll 135-36 __ 

Kodachrome Kll 135-20 ... 

Kodachrome X KX 135-36 ..._ 

Kodachrome X KX 135-20 _ 


SALE 

PRICE 


PHONE! 
WRITE! 
SHOP IN 
PERSON! 


Use your Woodward's Charge Card to buy 
your needs now! 

If you don’t already hava 
m an account, visit or phone 
any Woodward’s Credit 
Office and arrange a plan 
^ to suit you. 


Mpvie Films 

(Price Includes Processing) 

Kodachrome, Super 8 .... 4.29 

Kodachrome Std. 8 mm.._. 3.98 

Fujichrome Single 8, Daylight or Tungsten, 4.69 

Woodward’s Cameras. Main Floor 


B. “Camera’ 

Pair 


C. “Uprise’ 
Pair ... 


Powerful 7-Speed 'Oster' Blender 

Your Electric Whiz for All Your Blending 

«et 

Avocado! Harvest Gold! 

Our best-selling “Oster” at an extra low sale price! Ultra smart 
styling with up-front push-button controls. Designed to chop, 
mix, blend, grate fast and efficiently. All those time-consuming 
jobs done in a fraction of the time it takes to do manually. Col¬ 
orful recipe book included. Great value! 


SALE 

PRICE 


PHONE ! WRITE ! SHOP IN PERSON ! 


Woodward’s Fashion Shoes, Main floor 


Woodward’s Housewares, Main Floor 


Automatic 

Another great bi 
tures including a: 

• Self-cleaning ( 

• Fully automa 

• Variable broil 

• Automatic clo 
timer. 

• Warning light 
elements. 

SALE PRICE 


Skin the Arden Way 


Refresh Your 


Bowmar 901C 
Electronic 
Calculator 


Follow Elizabeth Arden's 
Beauty Plan and refresh 
your skin after summer's 
hot dry sun. Start now! 


Velva Moisture Film— 

3i/- fl. oz. ...__ 

Perfection Cream —i oz. .. 

Beauty Sleep—2 oz._ 

Skin Lotion—12y 8 fl. oz. . 
Skin Deep Milky Cleanser- 

8 oz. _____ 

Power Shadow U___ 

Color Veil _ 


Now, a desk and pocket sized calculator 
you can take anywhere you need rapid 
calculation! A rugged, reliable unit with 
AC power supply and self contained nickel- 
cadmium rechargeable batteries. Performs 
addition, subtraction, multiplication and 
division functions, including chain or 
mixed multiplications and divisions, and 
utilization of a stored constant. 8 digits 
for entry and read-out, with full floating 
decimal point and positive or negative sign 
capability. Come in, ask for a demonstra¬ 


tion soon! 


With every purchase of 
5.00 or more, you will re¬ 
ceive this beauty bonus: 
Bye Lines Under Make¬ 
up Wrinkle Lotion, Il¬ 
lusion Foundation, and 
Memoire Cherie Perfume 
Mist 


Rugs in stout l 
nylon for luxui 
ditional patterr 
ator colors. 

SALE PRICE, 


Woodward’s Stationery. Main Floor 


Woodward’s Cosmetics, 
Main Floor 


Woodward's Mayfair Phone 386-3322; Cobble Hill, Duncan, Ganges, Gulf Islands, Jordan River, Port Renfrew, Zenith 6544 (Toll Free). 
Store hours: 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Evening shopping Thursdays and Fridays 'til 9 p.m. Open Mondays. 


























































































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OPEN THURSDAYS AND 
FRIDAYS TILL 9 P.M. 


"Extra Treat" Moffat 
Cook-in 


Gourmet Range Friday, 

Thursday 10 a.m. 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. 


w We always do 
our- best for you 

a k k < 9 / 

at I 


Switch to ease and efficiency 
by investing in one of these 
deluxe ranges... now on SALE! 

It’s a beauty! Moffat “Gourmet” range! 

Add new enjoyment to cooking with a Moffat “Gourmet” range that 
has so much going for you including an extra low price tag! 

• Appliance outlets, one automatically timed. 

• “True simmer” surface element. 

• Broiler rotisserie compartment at eye level. 

• Black glass “see thru” door. 

• Infinite heat gourmet control. 

• Tilt-proof removable oven racks. 

• Lift-off oven door and oven sides. 


SALE 

30.00 

PRICE 

jO 


(Optional: ducted or ductless vent hood available at extra cost.) 


Color 


10 


00 

extra 


Carpeting to put new color and luxury at floor level! 


9 # xl2' Imported Rugs on SALE! 

Rugs in stout Axminster weave. Blend of wool and 
nylon for luxury and long wear. Geometric or tra¬ 
ditional patterns in a good choice of today’s decor¬ 
ator colors. 

SALE PRICE, each 


Nylon Oval Braided Rugs 

Yours at 'buy now’ low prices! Tightly braided rugs in colors to 
liven up rooms irt house or apartment. Clear, rich colors including 
gold, blue-green or brown. (Sizes approx.) 

SALE PRICES: A A « Q.99 

WV each I U 


102” x 138”, 
each 


Broadloom Rugs in a riot of colors! 

Luxury-look thick pile rugs in nylon or acrylic. Finished 
edges. Choose from-shags, plush, tight loop or tip-sheared 
embossed pile. Wide choice of lovely decorator colors. 
Approx, sizes: 9’xl2’. 


SALE 

PRICE, 

each 


6’ x 9’. 
SALE 
PRICE, 
each 




Automatic "Moffat" Range 


Famous Moffat with many deluxe fea- 


nother great buy! 
res including a: 

Self-cleaning oven! 

Fully automatic. Infinite heat switches. 
Variable broil control, removable oven sides. 
Automatic clock and minute 
timer. 

Warning lights for surface 
elements. 

1LE PRICE 


Moffat 30" Range with Rotisserie 


able oven sides. 

399 


The Moffat 30” range, designed for 

modern living. Features: 

• Rotisserie, infinite heat switches 
for adjusting from simmer to 
sizzle. 

• Lift-out surface elements and 
lift-off door for easy cleaning. 

SALE PRICE 


Colour $10.00 Extra 


Colour $ 10.00 Extra 


Instant Cookery with TOSHIBA Electric Oven 


high frequency waves of energy, heat and radio waves 
that cook marvelously fast, lock in flavor and nutri¬ 
ents, retain color! A compact size Ihe TOSHIBA can 
be placed almost anywhere ... on kitchen counter or 
portable table. Come in, have the fantastic features 
of the Toshiba explained in detail! 

PRICE 


Woodward’* Major AmiHanceg, Second Floor 


Woodward's Mayfair, Phone 386-3322; Cobble Hill, Duncan, Ganges, Gulf Islands, Jordan River, Port Renfrew, Zenith 6544 (Toll Free). 
Store hours: 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Evening shopping Thursdays and Fridays ‘til 9 p.m. Open Mondays. u . 
































































Mrs. Alice 

Silver Thread 


Family 




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our 


f." ~ 

fcr.: -• 

- Powdered Skim Milk 
/« 4 KeaZ Money Saver 

m With the Increasing price of milk, more and more home- 
makers are turning to powdered milk as an economical 
r ^l measure. These women have found that powdered milk 
can be as versatile as fresh milk.Although nothing beats 
the flavour of fresh dairy milk, powdered skim milk can be 
prepared to taste palatable. Mix with one-third homogenized 
milk, refrigerate overnight and serve ice cold. Powdered 
milk can be kept up to six month sin an airtight container 
and from three to four days when reliqufied. In dry form 
it lends itself readily to soups, casseroles, sauces, gravies, 
bread, and biscuit dough, as well as in many desserts. As 
for cost, powdered milk is less than half the price of dairy 
milk. A 5-pound bag of Woodward’s Skim Milk Powder, 
which makes 20 quarts, costs 2.49 (or 12.5c a quart). 


WOODWARD’S INSTANT 

Powdered 
Skim Milk 


ALBERTA BEEF 

Steaks 

GRADE CANADA NO. 1 B.C. 

Broccoli 


Sirloin and Club. 


Canada Grade 


Fresh Tender Heads * Bundle 


BLUE BONNET 


Margarine 99 c 

WOODWARD’S OWN CHERRY NUT 

G^tPAII 1 -23 

Service Counter Only. Each Jk 


YORK ASSORTED 


Vegetables 4 f 0r 85 

Fancy Peas, Cream Com, Regular or French Cut Green Beans, Peas 
and Carrots or Mixed Vegetables; 14 fL oz. tins. 


Cake or lehg Mix 

J - • i'.T r j i '*J 

ROBIN HOOD TOASTED 

Quick Oats 1 . 

AYLMER 

CaiiH e Cream of Chicken or Mushroom, 
Chicken RJce or Noodle or 4 
Vegetable Beef. 10 fl. oz. tins. • for 

TT 

LANCIA 

Spaghettini Macaroni or ft -lb. JT# 

Long Spaghetti...• bag “■ 

KELLOGG 

Rice Krispies 13oz. ctn. ... .49* 

, IRISH, BEEF OR TURKEY-CHICKEN 

Bonus Stews 15 fl. oz. tins ... 2 for 89 

HEINZ PURE 

White Vinegar 160 fl. oz. bottle- 1 


ROBIN HOOD 



QUIK 

Chocolate. „ _ . 89 c 


Pudding Cake Mix With Sauce, 

Assorted flavours, 9-oz. ctn. Each. 


RUPERT FROZEN GOLDEN 

Battered Ced&rS?.69' 



Recipe 


'p’udt&^wluee 


TKeat Selection 


DR. BALLARD’S CHAMPION 

Dog Food Beef, Chicken, or 4 CQ* 

liver flavoured. 15-oz. tins . for w 





Basic Medium White Sauce 

(using Skim Milk Powder) 

2 tbsp. butter. 

(1 tbsp less for thin sauce; 1 tbsp. more for thick) 

2 tbsp. flour. 

(1 tbsp. less for thin sauce; 1 tb^p. more for thick) 

Vu tsp. salt. 

Dash of white pepper. 

1 cup water, stock or bouillon. 

V 2 cup skim milk powder. 

In a saucepan, melt butter; blend in floor, pepper and salt. 
Then gradually add liquid and milk powder and cook, 
stirring constantly until sauce thickens. Yields 1% cups. 


CULINARY CAPERS 
Watch Mona Brun on the Jean 
Cannem Show, Monday, Wed¬ 
nesday, Thursday and Friday 
at 11:00 a.m. on Chan 8 TV. 

Saanich Fair 

Sept. 4 

Purchased by Woodward's 
Mayfair 

Grand Champion Steer 

Reserve Champion Lamb 
On Display Friday and Saturday 

Along with PNE Winners 
at 

Woodward’s Meat Dept. 


GRADE CANADA No. 2 B.C. GROWN 

Corn. on-the -Cob ^:" ent,ortr ™ ing : ....69* 

B.C. GROWN CANADA FANCY 

RarflaW Paar* For canning or eating fresh $.79 
Dai licit rears out of hand. Handipak_ A 

B.C. GROWN CANADA DOMESTIC 

Pruno Plums ^d c ZiLc”" ,Un, out o '. 2” 

B.C. GROWN CANADA No. 1 

Cucumbers ££ ty Engl,sh .2 , or 49* 

Ovw 

WOODWARDS OWN 

Pea all Homemade Style White or Brown; $ 70* 

DlUdU 100 % Whole Wheat: 16 k>z. loves . _ v for * * 

WOODWARD’S OWN s' 

Ann I a Din Serve with Woodward's fiAc 

Hppie TIB Ice Cream. Each 03 

WOODWARDS WHITE 

Dinner Rolls 8i 29* 


GRAINFED ALBERTA BEEF 

Pot Roasts SlT. plate . 85* 

LARGE 

Doiling Fowl Sto 7ib. . Grade A lb 45* 

SMOKEHOUSE 

Side Bacon vacuum pack, lb.95* 

FLETCHERS DEMONSTRATION SPECIAL 

Pure Pork Sausage T Z S ib 83* 

ASttafi foSenve 

INDIVIDUAL 

Chicken Pies Pkt . of 2 . Pk t 59* 

WOODWARD S SUCED 

Cooked Ham ^ plrt . Each...... 75* 

MAPLE LEAF 

All Beef Franks ceu opk t. ib .79* 


JOHNSON 


Baby Shampoo 


12 fl. oz. bottle_ 


ALL CONCENTRATED 
FOR AUTOMATIC WASHERS 


Laundry Detergent 


'Dainty 0 ?oocU 


KRAFT PROCESS 


Skim Milk Cheese M b . pkt ... . 79* 

69* 


CHERRY HILL 

Medium Cheddar 8-oz. stick 


DANISH 

Camembert Cheese t£° z 2 f0 r89* 


SUN RAY 

Margarine 1-lb. print 


Flour 


Canada First Grade, 


_ 20 lb. bag l' 39 

Prices Effective Sept. 13 to Sept. 1G. Personal 
Shopping Only. We Reserve the Right to Limit 
Quantities. 


SHOP ’TIL 9 


Thursday and Friday at Woodward’s Mayfair. 
Store Hours: Mon., Tue-s., Wed. and Sat. 9:30 a.m. 
to 6 p.m. Tliurs. and Friday 9:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. 


FIVE ROSES VITAMIN ENRICHED 


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Miss 


Woman Electe 

MEXICO CITY (AP) 
Aurora Ruvalcaba, 44, I 
been elected president of 
Senate for a one-month tei 
*nie only other woman to h 
the office was Sen. Maria 
Vi Valle Urbina, in 1965 f 
1966. 



Foreign Objec 

ROME (AP) — Three c 
numers complained to pol 
that their soft-drink bott 
contained, respectively, 
clamp, a snail and a lizard. 


REGISTER NOW 

for 

DRESS PATTERN 
DRAFTING 


PEGGY GIFFORD . 

Well-known night school ir 
structress, is starting motr 
mg classes October 2. Lear 
to design and draft your nwi 
patterns for perfect fit. If 
easy and run. Sewing tip 
also given. 

Phone 385-5177 

P»7 Selkirk Ave. 







































































Family Pages 


VICTOfUA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1972 

-v——7-----■— 


PAGE THIRTY-ONE 


THIRD NEWS SECTION 


Early Squash Eaters 
Knew a Good Thine 


By DOROTHY WROTNOW8KI 


Squash comes along as one 
of the early fall vegetables. 
The acorn squash is one of the 
more popular ones and lends 
itself to attractive serving. 
Cut In slices, it shows a scal¬ 
loped edge and when halved 
lengthwise, it has a boat 
shape. 

Squash has a long history in 
the western world and is 
known to have existed on the 
coast of Peru as far back as 
3000 B.C. It is also an out¬ 
standing source of vitamin A 
as the yellow color of the fruit 
would suggest. 


Pouch 
Pak 1. 


hicken or Mushroom, 
e or Noodle or O 
z. tins..• for 


tinl, Cut 
caroni or 


GLAZED ACORN RINGS 


Two acorn squash, *4 cup 
orange juice, H cup packed 
brown sugar, ^4 cup light com 
syrup, Yt cup butter or marga¬ 
rine, 2 teaspoons fresh grated 
lemon rind, % teaspoon salt. 

Cut off ends of squash. Cut 
crosswise into one-inch slices 
and remove seeds. Place in a 
single layer in a large shallow 
baking dish and add orange 
juice. Cover and hake in 3r»ft 
degree oven for 30 minutes. 
Combine brown sugar and re¬ 
maining ingredients in a 
small pan; simmer five min¬ 
utes. Pour over squash rings 
and bake uncovered for 15 
minutes longer, basting occas- 
sionnlly. 


uvAr ui|r Aq sojoqd |*|UO|o;y- 

Mrs. Alice Jeatt, Mrs. Hettie Palmer, Mrs. Alice Lidstone, Mrs. Edith Strawson, Mr. Ethel Howell 


160 fl. oz. bottle 


Silver Threads Party 


Glased squash rings 


butter, add green pepper and 
onion and cook until soft Add 
cooked vegetables. curry, 
sour cream, salt and egg 1o 
squash. 

Beat until fluffy. Spoon into 
individual ramekins and bake 
in 350 degree oven for 25 min¬ 
utes or until puffed and light¬ 
ly browned. 


powder, 1-3 cup sour cream, 
% teaspoon salt, 1 egg, slight¬ 
ly beaten. 

Cut squash in half and re¬ 
move seeds. Place in large 
pan with water to cover and 
l)oil for 30 minutes or until 
tender. Remove pulp from 
shell. Place in medium sized 
bowl. In a small skillet melt 


III A with Sauce, 
ctn. Each. 


LDEN 
I portions, 
-oz. pkt. 


CURRIED ACORN WHIP 

Two acorn squash, 2 tahle- 
sjxxins butter or margarine. 2 
tablespoons chopped green 
peyper. 2 tablespoons chopped 
fresh onion, ' 2 teaspoon curry 


bilee hall, Fraser, at 1:30 fol¬ 
lowing a cold plate lunch. She 
is also directing the show. 
Mrs'. Ida Young wrote the sec¬ 
ond act. The enthusiasm 
which these and other 
members have shown is tre¬ 
mendous. Mrs. Quiring snys. 

But that’s par for the 


course with Silver Threads 
members. They take the ini¬ 
tiative at every turn. 


It will be just like old times 
today for Silver Threads Ser¬ 
vice 

Members of the Esquimau 
branch will be reminiscing — 
with a difference. They’ll be 
doing it in pantomine with 
narration. 

The story which will unfold 
in their play-acting will be 
that of Silver Threads itself, 
regarded as a paragon in pro¬ 
vision of social services and 
recreational amenities for the 
elderly. The occasion is the 
fifth birthday of the Esqui¬ 
mau branch, which has grown 
from 67 members to 250 this 
year. 

Dr. Glen Hamilton of Van¬ 
couver, who pioneered the 
Silver Threads Service in the 
1950s and was its first execu¬ 
tive director, maintained that 
to be fully useful the organi¬ 
zation should offer both social 
services and recreation. “This 
is the important difference be¬ 
tween ours and most other se¬ 
nior citizens' organizations,” 
says Mrs. Murial Quiring. 
director of Esquimau branch. 

The way the idea evolved — 
and the amusing little in¬ 
cidents fondly remembered 
by Silver Threads originals — 
appealed to Miss Alice Hurt, 
editor of the branch news¬ 
paper, who before retiring to 
Victoria was personnel head 
for Manitoba Telephone Co. 

She wrote the first act of 
the script for the program 
which will be presented in Ju- 


IPION 


thicken, or 
ins . 


12 fl. oz. bottle 


IHERS 


Trainees 
Must Try 
Wheelchair 


PROVO. Utah (API — 
Nursing students at Brigham 
Young University are re¬ 
quired to spend one-half a day 
in a wheelchair. 

One of the school’s nursing 
instructors, I^ana Brown, 
came up with the idea after 
she was confined to a wheel¬ 
chair for a time with episodic 
multiple sclerosis. 

She said the experience 
helps students to realize the 
altered self-image which ae- 
companies being han¬ 
dicapped. 

“Most girls hate it," Miss 
Brown says, adding, however, 
that they “discover the many 
feelings involved as they ob¬ 
serve other reactions to the 
physically handicapped.” 


a ring throughout Victoria! 


Each year our selection is outstanding, 
hut this year we have surpassed our¬ 
selves. Never have we shown such 
hcauty and variety. 

TWEEDS — Imported from Britain, 
manufactured hv top designers in Can¬ 
ada. Large and small cheeks, three di¬ 
mensional tweed, “stained glass 1 * colors. 
Styles are fresh and exuberant — sin¬ 
gle or double breasted, helled, scarfed, 
plain. $65 to $259. 

FUR TRIMS — Rich imported wor¬ 
steds with mink collars, some with cuffs. 
From $85. 

AND MORE GOATS — Trimmed and 
iinlrimmed leather, suedes, buckskin. 
High-fashion raincoats from functional 
/ip-in zip-out linings to waterproof vel¬ 
vets and showerproof tweeds. 


5’i-oz. 
tin .. 


Woman Elected 


MEXICO CITY (AP) - 
Aurora Ruvalcaba, 44, has 
been elected president of the 
Senate for a one-month term. 
The only other woman to hold 
the office was Sen. Maria de 
Valle Urbina, in 1965 and 
1966. 


it. 16. Personal 
Bight to Limit 


Foreign Objects 

ROME (AP) — Three con¬ 
sumers complained to police 
that their soft-drink bottles 
contained, respectively, a 
clamp, a snail and a lizard. 


ward’s Mayfair, 
id Sat. 9:30 a.m. 
urn. to 9:00 p.ra. 


REGISTER NOW 


DRESS PATTERN 
DRAFTING 


S-t-r-e-t-c-h is the big word in 
these boots. You’ll love the sleek 
flattery, smooth fit, with stacked 
heel and rubber sole. In black, 
brown, white or beige imitation 
leather, $27. 

In black, brown or navy imitation 
suede, $29. 

Sizes 5-10, N and M, collectively. 


Convenient 


Terms 


PANT COATS 


From Mi ss Frilit Jr. Xut quilt os illustrated, 
hni tonally dashing, styled to suit your pant - 
life.' Same completely reversible, bonded, 
duffle, cords, suedes, leathers. H> hove theta 
all.' Priced to suit young budgets. 

From $26 


mttt 
rot you 

DOWNTOWN 


If our parking 
lot is full, use 
the Centennial 
Parking Lot or 
the new Johnson 
St. Parkade, and 
we will validate 
your ticket. 


PEGGY GIFFORD . • . 

Well-known night school in¬ 
structress. is starting morn¬ 
ing classes October 2- I^earn 
to design and draft your own 
patterns for perfect fil. M's 
easy and fun. Sewing tips 
also given. 


Phone 385-5177 


1203 Dougina Street 


mmmm 




PPNMM ■ 


(9&VK 4 




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32 


Satin Victoria. B.C., Thura., September 14.1972 


Food Prices: Middlemen 


Blamed 


since 1961, with farmers, 
themselves benefiting from 
only 36 per cent. 

This analysis disagrees with 
that of Consumer Affairs Min¬ 
ister Robert Andras who said 
just before the election an¬ 
nouncement that prices at the 
farm level were largely to 
blame. 

He told the Commons Sept. 
1 that price controls on food 
distributors would not be the 
answer since they were not 
mainly responsible. 


"In some products, the 
package costs as much as the 
product Itself, particularly 
with frosen foods," he sal 1 ' 


prices is due to shortages, 
crop failures, bad weather 4s 
well as shortages of imported 
foods and many other things 
of that nature," Andras said. 


OTTAWA (CP) — Proces¬ 
sors, packagers and distribu¬ 
tors are by far the biggest 
culprits In the continuous 
climb of food prices, the agri¬ 
culture department said Tues¬ 
day. 

Food prices rose 7.4 per 
cent between August, 1871, 
and last month, and a depart¬ 
ment bulletin issued Tuesday 
places the blame for most of 
the food-price rise on the in¬ 
dustry’s middlemen. 

It says processors and 
dealers account for 64 per 
cent of the $2.8 billion in¬ 
crease in farm-food prices 


The bulletin, to be maUcu w 
Canada's 380,000 farms, says 
that the average farm family 
has an annual Income of only 
$3,890 and it says that in¬ 
creased farm incomes are 
"fully Justifiable.” 

Farmers get, for example, 
only two cents for the wheat 
making up a 25 cent loaf of 
bread, 17 cents for the milk In 
a 33 cent quart and 57 cents 
for beet valued at $1 in the 
supermarkets. 


An agriculture department 
spokesman. Jim Romahn, 
said the bulletin was prepared 
as a defence of the firmer: 


"We have known for some 
time that food prices would 
rise this year and that farm¬ 
ers would be blamed for It." 


He said that if any one link 
in the price chain were to be 
tagged most-to-blame, it 
would be the packagers. 


Based on the evidence we 
have at the present time, 
much of the Increase in food 


or chargex 


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diamond ring.. 
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At Simpsons-Sears you’ll find the finest diamonds anywhere. 
Brilliant stones in ekquisite settings. Designs modem or tra¬ 
ditional. 

Each diamond is appraised by an independent gemologist. And 
the value lie appraises it at, is the actual insurance value of 
your ring. When you buy your diamond from Simpsons-Sears, 
you receive an exclusive 6-way guarantee. Regardless of the 
size of diamond, you get the very best quality. Trust us. 
Diamonds from Simpsons-Sears . . . for" now and always. 
Rings in 14K yellow with 18K whit# mount, or all 18K white gold. 

Va earat Simpsons-Sears Lo\V Price, Ea. $180 

'Vi carat . . Simpsons-Sears Low Price, Ea. $258 

\i carat.. Simpsons-Sears Low Price, Ea. $390 

*/i carat . . Jt . Simpsons-Sears Low Price, Ea. $540 

Rings priced from $99. Matching wedding bands available. 

SlmpMm*-Se«r»: Jewellery (4). Phone Enquiries: 388-1111 


Simpsons-Sears Hillside: 3190 Shelbourne Street. Lots of Free Parking 


No Tickets, No Time Limit 

- 19-34) 


Clubs and Societies 

Costume Ball Planned 


Mrs. Pat DiTomaso, 
Vancouver. 


PIS 2-72 


Tourist* ‘ Fleeced* 

LONDON (AP) — Joan 
Hall, a Conservative member 
of Parliament, told the House 
of Commons that hot dog and 
ice cream vendors are fleec¬ 
ing tourists around the Parlia¬ 
ment buildings. She did not 
say if they were fleecing 
MPs. 

More Alcoholics 
With Women’s Lib’ 

LONDON (AP) - William 
Kenyon, executive director of 
the Merseyside Council on Al¬ 
coholism. says women't lib 
has resulted in more women 
alcoholics. "Equal pay and 
equal opportunity are linked 
with the equal risk of be¬ 
coming an alcoholic,” he said. 


“ Wildcat ” 

by Domani cf Italy 
black buffalo 
teak buffalo 
with suede 
(crepe sole) 

22 " 


for (he great names in fashion 


749 YATES STREET 


•Big Brass" 

by Domani 
of Italy 
black buffalo 
leak brown 
buffalo 


Second annual Peninsula 
Players theatre arts costume 
ball will be held from 9 p.m. 
to 1 a.m. Sept. 23 in Sanscha 
Hall, with a buffet supper and 
The Big Band playing. Tickets 
for the costume or formal 
event may be obtained from 
Diane Day, 479-4121. 

O 

OPENER 

Knights of Columbus council 
1256 will hold its first meeting 
of the month at 8 tonight in 
Columbus hall, 734 Fort. 

□ 

RUMMAGE SALE 
Caledonian market giant 
rummage sale will be held in 
St Mary’s hall, Elgin Road, 
Oak Bay, from 10 a.m. to 
noon and 7 to 9 p.m. Wednes¬ 
day. Final clearance will take 
place from 7 to 9 p.m. Sept. 
21 . 


I 

CLUB SESSION 

The University Women’s 
Club of Victoria will hold Its 
first general meeting for fall 
at 8 p.m- Wednesday in St. 
John Ambulance hall, 941 
Pandora. Members, guests 
and new graduates have been 
invited for the group discus¬ 
sion and social hour. 

D 

TALK ON BULBS 
Russ Simpson of Sidney will 
speak on bulbs, indoors and 
outdoors, when Metchosin 
Garden Club meets at 8 p.m. 
Monday in St. Mary’s Church 
hall, 4354 Metchosin Road. A 
parlor show of flowers, vege¬ 
tables and fruit will also be 
held, and plants will be avail¬ 
able. More information may 
be obtained from the club sec¬ 
retary Mrs. G. Powers at 
478-4602. 


Fertility Control 

■ 

Methods Tested 


Another 
compliment for: 

NEW 
PURITAN 
BEEF STEW- 

THE BETTER. 
BEEFIER-BEEF, 
BEEF STEW. 


OTTAWA (CP) — The In¬ 
ternational Development Re¬ 
search Centre has made a 
$73,975 grant to finance clini¬ 
cal trials of two methods of 
fertility regulation, the Cop¬ 
per T intrauterine device and 
Prostaglandins, it was an¬ 
nounced Tuesday. 

About 2,000 Canadian 
women will be invited to take 
part in the trials — 1,000 in 
each method. The grant will 
be administered by the Hospi¬ 
tal Notre Dame, Montreal. 

The studies, to be conducted 
by university medical centres 
across Canada, will be co-or¬ 
dinated by the national com¬ 
mittee on fertility research. 

The Copper T intrauterine 
device designed by doctors in 


SPEAKER 

William Taylor will speak 
at 3 p.m. Sunday in the Do¬ 
minion Hotel, Yates, on Tem¬ 
ples, Trials and Triumphs. 
The illustrated address will be 
under auspices of the British 
Israel World Federation. 


CONSUMING TOPIC 


First meeting of the fall 
season of the Women’s Cana¬ 
dian Club will be held at 2:30 
p.m. Tuesday in Newcombe 
Auditorium, Provincial Muse¬ 
um. Speaker will be John 
Straiton, president of Ogilvy 
and Mather, and sculptor, 
painter and film-maker whose 
topic will be The Consumer Is 
Not a Moron: She’s Your 
Wife. 


Chile and the U.S., ia a T- 
shaped polyethylene device . Violet azure mink, fox trim; at right, sable 

with a fine copper filament . , 

would round the stem. 

initial results of-- studies Designer’s Fancy 

around the world indicate it is " » 7 

a more effective contracep¬ 
tive method than other intrau¬ 
terine device^, with a lower 
Incidence of side-effects. 


It ’s Fur an Fur 


plays flat against fluffy. 
Necklines and hems are 
inches deep in dyed fox and 

sable. 

Fernando Sanchez loves 
color. Among his most amus¬ 
ing new designs are the littlt 
chinchilla battle jackets, dyed 
bright red, bright blue or 
amber and worn with shirts 
and high-rise pants. They cost 
under 32,000. 

He invented the hide-out 
coat a year ago. He was the 
first to think of using fur with 
the hide out so that it looks 
like a patchwork of suede. 
This year he does the trick in 
a ranch mink reversible that 
can be worn either way. 


His latest coats are all 
slightly broad-shouldered snd 
cut slim and close to the 
bedy. Many of them are 
cinched in tightly at the 
waistline with narrow tie 
belts. 

Most luxurious coat in the 
collection is sable on sable. 
j/Tho body is made of sections, 
set in a sporty chevron pat- 
lem and the collar and 
border, that just misses 
sweeping the pavement, are 
natural golden sable. 


Slim Pickings 

LONDON (CP) — Takings 
from public weighing ma¬ 
chines dropped by half In the 
last 10 years, says a report by 
the manufacturers. Slimming 
crazes led to a boom In sales 
of bathroom scales and public 
machines may have to be 
taken off the market if the 
trend continues, the report 
concludes. 


Prostaglandins are a class 
of hormones which have 
shown great potential as a 
method of post-conceptive 
control of fertility. 

The federally-financed In¬ 
ternational Devel >pment Re¬ 
search Centre was established 
two years ago by Parliament 
to apply science and techno¬ 
logy to the needs of develop¬ 
ing countries. 


By EUGENIA SHEPPARD 

NEW YORK — Designer 
Fernando Sanchez is famous 
on two continents for his furs. 

He is based in Paris, where 
he designs a made-to-order 
and a boutique collection for 
Revillon, but his coats and 
jackets are available in stores 
from coast to coast here and 
exclusive with Saks Fifth Ave¬ 
nue in New York. 

This year the Sanchez 
trademark is the long jcollar 
of fluffy fur that on evening 
coats falls clear to the floor 
and goes on to become a 
border. Almost everything in 
the Revillon collection com¬ 
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College students spend six 
hours a .day tumbling. Gra¬ 
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a week. 


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''lore Alcoholics 
ih Women's Lib' 

VDON (AP) - William 
on. executive director of 
■lerseyside Council on Al- 
lism. says women't lib 
resulted in more women 
lolics. “Equal pay and 
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NEW YORK (AP) — Wo- 
men's page editors on news¬ 
papers, traditionally, are 
women. Heads of TV daytime 
programming, also aimed pri¬ 
marily at an audience of 
women. traditionally, are 
men. 

But NBC-TV has appointed 
the first woman director of 
daytime, network programs. 
She is Lin Bolen, 31, who has 
worked in TV for 10 years, the 
last five months, since going 
from Metromedia to NBC, 
working on late-night mystery 
movies shot for TV. 

The most obvious question 
for a new head of daytime TV 
programming is, are you 
going to get rid of the soap 
operas? Miss Bolen’s answer 
is no. 

“If I did that, every viewer 
would tune in ABC or CBS 
and watch their soaps. A lot 
of people have a lot of trou¬ 
bles. They need to know that 
somebody else suffers the 
same things they suffer. It’s a 
case where the soaps do fulfil 
a big need. 

“What we can do is address 


$250,000 Bid 

VANCOUVER (CP) — The 
park board will ask the B.C. 
government for an estimated 
5250,000 to help curb cliff ero¬ 
sion along Point Grey 
beaches, board chairman 
George Puil said. 


ourselves to the material—the 
things you can write into a 
script. A lot of information 
filters through the soap opera 
that people aren’t aware of 
who write them off as trash. 
There is counselling about 
how to handle a cheating hus¬ 
band, medical advice, senior 
citizen problems. It all hap¬ 
pens on that tube. I think it 
can be constructive as well as 
entertaining.” 

But some things are chang¬ 
ing, Miss Bolen says. “My 
mother, for instance, is a 
housewife who never worked, 
loves her gardening. But she 
will say, ‘I wouldn’t mind 
having a salary for what I do, 
to show I’m doing a job, I’m 
functioning.' She wouldn’t 
have said that five years ago. 
I think all women are taking 
a new look at their roles; that 
is where they are changing. 

“I plan in my small way to 
address myself to this." 

What does Miss Bolen’s 
mother in Benton. Ill., want t> 
see on daytime TV that she 
didn’t want to see five years 
ago? 

“I don’t think she even 
knows yet. But I think if we 
expose her to some new mate¬ 
rial, maybe a special or a 
mini-series, I think it is going 
to be a fare she can enjoy.” 

How will Miss Bolen know 
what fare women enjoy? 

“Well, our research with 
the viewing audience, all 
kinds of polls and question¬ 


naires are sent out. The day¬ 
time research is very accu¬ 
rate. It’s a stable audience 
and they know the audience. 

“Also, I’m very much in 
touch with women’s world's, 
both liberated and housewife. 
Some women want to have 
children and some want ca¬ 
reers and some want both but 
all are basically the same in 
drives. They want to do what¬ 
ever they do as well as they 
can. 

“Information is going to 
come in a lot of different ways 
— my reading, research, talk, 
ing to women — and also 
being one.’’ 

Does Miss Bolen think that 
the women’s lib movement 
had something to do with her 
getting her new job? 

She does. “I would say that 


as every minority group 
moves toward appreciating its 
goals, there are certain pres¬ 
sures and certain tempera¬ 
tures. I would say that the 
temperature now is right 
throughout the land for realiz¬ 
ing that more ladies have a 
big contribution to make. 

“NBC didn’t just hire me 
because I’m a lady but five 
years ago I can’t say they 
would have recognized that I 
had ability or would have felt 
I could do the job.” 


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profession. 

She plans to marry a fellow 
clown as soon as both get two 
consecutive days off. She-met 
him in Clown College. 

She loves the circus and 
plans to spend the rest of her 
life as a clown. Her mother 
keeps a large scrapbook of 
her exploits. 

She’s all this and more, nu¬ 
merous feature articles rolled 
into one. She’s just what the 
promoters need to announce 
the circus is coming into a 
town. 

For Sandy Hayes, it all 
began a year ago when she 
went to the Forum in Ingle¬ 
wood, Calif., for a job inter¬ 
view. This wasn’t a normal 
interview. 

She was asked to roll 
around on the floor and make 
weird fadtfs. 

The man in charge of all 
this thought she rolled around 
on the floor and made weird 
faces very well. Out of 5,000 
applicants, she was one of 40 
enrolled into the circus’ Clown 
College in Venice, Fla. She 
did equally well there and 
was one of 22 graduates given 
contracts with Ringling Bros, 
and Barnum and Bailey 
Circus. 

“It’s a lot of physical 
work,” Sandy says. Clown 


says, very strenuous 

work. 

It’s mental work, too. 
Clowns, after their first year,. 
must develop their own acts. 
Their costumes are their own 
creations, too. 

“It takes three years before 
you really get your makeup 
down and it feels natural,” 
Sandy says. She has been 
changing costumes this sea¬ 
son and now has one “that 
feels like me.” She says she 
could not work in someone 
else’s costume. 

Clowns are the first ones 
out each night and warm up 
the audience. They have to 
play it by ear, determining 
what the audience likes as 
they go. 

Farmers are the worst 
spectators, she says. “They 
sit on their hands and go 
home to crack up,” she 
laughed. Urban folks are 
more generous with the ap¬ 
plause. 

Sandy likes'livihg the life of 
a circus clown, travelling 
about the country in a 
cramped compartment on a 
30-car train. 

As an apprentice clown, she 
makes 5125 a week which is 
really quite a lot since she 
has no real expenses except 
for food. 

The people, mostly Europe¬ 
an, are great, she says, and 
it’s a “nice big family.” 


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Sandy Hayes goes into her act 


TORONTO (CP) - Any 
plastic package can be made 
bio-degradable — that Is, it 
will break down by natural 
mechanisms to small particles 
comparable to sand and mix 
with the surrounding soil, Dr. 
James Guillet, University of 
Toronto chemistry professor, 
said Tuesday. 

He was describing a chemi¬ 
cal process he has developed 
by which a resin may be 
mixed into plastic products so 
they will break down in natu¬ 
ral sunlight over controlled 
periods of time. 

Guillet was speaking at a 
seminar for representatives of 
industry, government and the 
press as. VanLeer-EcoPlastics 
Ltd., a Toronto-based private¬ 
ly-owned company, announced 
it has set up a pilot plqnt to 
, fill initial orders for the resin. 

Ecolyte plastics, as the new 
products will be called, will 
help solve litter problems, 
said Paul Wright, pres¬ 
ident of Eco-plastics Ltd., the 
Canadian joint-owner, with 
Van Leer Packaging Indus¬ 
tries of the Netherlands, of 
VanLeer-EcoPlastics. 

Wright said a full-scale pro¬ 
duction plant for the resins 
will be ready by early 1973. 

“It’s not the world’s answer 
to pollution problems,” he 
said in an interview. “But 
where pollution involves litter 
from plastic packaging, we 
have a solution.” 

Guillet, who developed the 
process in 1970, said the resin 
will work with any plastics 
base during its conversion 


into a container or packaging. 

“We won’t be in competition 
with Monsanto or Dow.” 

But the firm, of which Guil- 
let is chairman and a stock¬ 
holder, will license manufac¬ 
turers to use the process. 

An “ardent ecologist.” 
Guillet said he hoped that the 
packaging industry will be¬ 
come interested. 

“There’s no one answer to 
the Jitter problem,” he said. 
“Many things must be done 
including education, recy¬ 
cling, legislation and so on.” 


Ecolyte plastics will break 
down under the ultraviolet 
rays from the sun, he said. A 
plastic foam cup, for exam¬ 
ple, if thrown on a roadside in 
Ontario would begin to deteri¬ 
orate in about one week in 
summer and be almost totally 
crumbled away in about five 
weeks. 

The time required for 
breakdown can be adjusted to 
range from a few days to six 
months or more, enabling the 
manufacturers to tailor the 
product to their own needs. 


Bring Your Crystal 
Stemware 
Sept. 14 or 15 

Don't Give up 
Chipped Glasses! 


We'll repair them 
to look like New! 

Sept. 14 and 15 

Factory expert will be in attendance 
to advise and to quote prices. Due 
to the inherent risk in repairing 
crystal, we cannot be responsible for 
breakage. Work will be completed 
late October. 

(No pick-up or delivery) 

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Green 

Revolt 

Shakes 

Steaks 

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MEXICO CITY — The 
green revolution concentrat¬ 
ing on vegetable proteins is 
‘gradually improving the nu¬ 
tritive status of children In 
- Asia and Africa and other 
f areas that used to be regard¬ 
ed as less well - fed than the 
United States and western 
Europe. 

But the whole world is gra- 
dually going vegetarian, 
suggested many scientists at¬ 
tending the ninth Interna¬ 
tional Congress of Nutrition 
meeting here last week. 

The vegetarians in affluent 
nations who eat no meat, fish 
or fowl for moral or philo¬ 
sophical reasons today may 
be joined in a few years by 
millions of people, even 
Americans and Europeans 
who will choose vegetable 
sources for proteins because 
of a shortage of animal pro¬ 
tein. 

Soy drinks, soy milk, a soy 
breakfast cereal for infanta 
which is mixed with water to 
serve, com proteins, peanut 
butter and other vegetable 
proteins dominate the exhibits 
at toe congress. One manfac- 
tured of single cell protein 
(derived from algae) offers 
filled cookies containing the 
protein for tasting. In a meet¬ 
ing on vegetable sources of 
protein Dr. R. A. Reiners of 
CPC International. Inc., N.J., 
described a process in which 
com gluten is made more pal¬ 
atable by removing fat com¬ 
ponents. 

He said corn protein 
processed in this way might 
be used as an mnulsifying 
agent or extender In meat 
products or ingredient in high 
protein breads. Com proteins 
contain an imbalance of 
amino acids, thus must be 
used with other proteins. But 
they will be valuable in com¬ 
bination with other vegetable 
proteins, said Dr. Reiners. 

Dr. M. E. Sambucetti of the 
University of Buenos Aires re¬ 
ported on rat feeding tests to 
determine any toxiological ef¬ 
fects of linseed protein. The 
tests showed no pathological 
damage, except mild fat infil¬ 
tration of the liver. The lin¬ 
seed protein is highly digest¬ 
ible, said Dr. Sambucetti. 

Dr. Charles McPherson of 
Texas Tech University, Lub¬ 
bock, Tex., described a 
candy-like food stick formu¬ 
lated as balanced snack food 
with cottonseed and soy pro¬ 
teins supplying the protein 
components. Dr. McPherson 
said the stick demonstrates 
how cottonseed protein mixed 
with soy products cpn be used 
to fullfiil protein needs of the 
future. 

Other protein sources re¬ 
ported on included Tamarugo, 
a tree which grows in north¬ 
ern Chile. The leaves and 
dried fruit have been used in 
animal feeding. In experi¬ 
ments in Mexico, protein 
derived from alfalfa proved 
aa good as the quality of pro¬ 
tein from soy bfans. Cashew 
nut meal is being used as a 
source of protein In another 
experiment in Mexico. 

Soy. cottonseed, linseed or 
alfalfa isn’t steak, but nu¬ 
merous scientists think it may 
take the place of steak in 15 
or 20 years. Even for the 
world’s great steak eaters — 
North Americans, Europeans 
and some South Americans. 


Time — Vogue — Wo¬ 
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Modern Smokehouse 
Impersonal—Chief 


11S0 Douglas St. 
884-0561 


CALGARY (CP) - Modem, 
western culture alxxild turn to 
that of the Indians to learn 
about brotherhood, Chief Dan 
George of Vancouver said 


But the chief said his cul¬ 
ture is in danger of being 
swallowed up and forgotten. 

“Integration is upon us and 
soon we will have no values 
but yours." 


When it comes to hunting, 
white men have a different 
approach there, too. 

"It is' not the way of our 
people to hurt or kill any ani¬ 
mal just for the fun of it.” 


Monday. 


He told the Women's Cana¬ 
dian Club that he grew up in 
a communal smokehouse with 
his grandfather and other 
members of his family and 
that they teamed to live with 
and respect one another. 

“Yet today, I see people liv¬ 
ing in smokehouses 1004 imes 
bigger than the one I knew 
and they doij't even know the 


He criticized the while man 
for his callous attitude toward 


nature which has stripped 
hills of their beauty, tom the 
bosom of the earth, choked 
the air and poisoned rivers 
and lakes. 


person in the next apartment. 


Is that brotherhood? 


"My culture does not have 
much to offer you, but we do 
prize friendship and com¬ 
panionship. We do not look on 
privacy as something to cling 
to. It only builds walls. 

“We have taken so much 
from your culture; I wish you 
had taken something from 
ours.” 


Silver Wedding Commemorated 

Collection of hand-made items is be- beth and Duke of Edinburgh. Among 
ing produced by Josiah Wedgwood them are goblets with portrait ca- 
and Sons Ltd. in celebration of 25th meos in limited edition of 500 pairs, 
wedding anniversary of Queen Eliza- 


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TOKYO (AP) — North 
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Conference Beckons 


to Seattle for the conference 
are Mrs. R. S. Butt, regional 
secretary; Mrs. J. J. Wiart, 
chairman of the nominating 
committee, and Mrs. A. W. H. 
Hickman, chairman of council 
No. 5. 


Several Victoria women will 
be attending a council of¬ 
ficer’s training session of the 
Pacific Northwest region of 
International Toastmistress 
clubs Friday to Sunday at the 
Royal Inn, Seattle. 

Mr*. N. L. Erickson of 
Richmond will be presiding 
officer, with Mrs. W. A. Lud¬ 
low of Victoria, immediate 
past regional supervisor, tak¬ 
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Shades of Venice... 


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Someth ing Sinking, 
Bridge or Saanich 


Either the Gorge Bridge on 
TiUicum is falling down, or 
Saanich is sinking Into the 
,e. i 

prm no engineer,” Esqul- 
tlt Aid. J. S. Gourlay told 
council Monday night, 
ut I have a feeling the 
Gorge Bridge may be falling 
, down.” 

A cursory onsite Inspection 
following the meeting con¬ 
firmed the symptoms which 
led to Gourley’s warning to 


Top Honors 
For Hotel 
Go to Pair 

A one-year-old Victoria 
motor inn, and a 60-year-old 
Okanagan hotel share top 
honors as B.C. Hotel of the 
Year as chosen by the Com¬ 
mercial Travellers Associa¬ 
tion of Canada. 

Paul’s Motor Inn, 650 Chath¬ 
am, owned by Paul Aarsens 
won the award for the larger 
hotels and Vernon’s National 
Hotel won the under-50 room 
category. 

The motor inn is restaura¬ 
teur Aarsens’ first venture in 
the hotel business. 

The awards will be present¬ 
ed Friday in Vancouver dur¬ 
ing the travellers’ associa¬ 
tion’s annual general meeting. 


Marine 

Calendar 

NAVY 

HMCS Port# d# I# Rein#, Port# 
Quebec, Thunder, Fundv, Terr# 
Nova, Cowlcnan, Mlramlchl, CMg- 
necto, Chaleur, St. Croix, Ch#u- 
dier#. CNAV St. Anthony — at sea. 

HMCS Provider, Gatineau, 
Qv'Appelle, Rainbow — at sea. 

HMCS Mackenile — en rout# to 
s' Kitimat. 

CNAV Laymore — returns Sept. 
24. 

CNAV Endeavour — return* 
today. 

HMCS Columbia — In Braving 
dock. 

MARINE SCIENCES 

Rlchardeon — In port. 

Vector — at Entrance Island. 

WIHIam J. Stewart — at Lawyer 
Island. 

Parizeau — south of Icy Cape. 

COAST GUARD 

Quadra, Racer — In port. 

Sir James Douglas — In Toftno 
patrol area. 

Rider — In Sandheads patrol 
area. 

Ready—In Cape Stott patrol ar#a. 

Vancouver — on Station Papa. 

Camsell — at Spence Bay. 

MERCHANT MARINI 

Nanaimo — Brelm, Aeolos, Arls, 
Moral Maru. 

Esquimau — Aegean Sea In dry- 

dock. 

Port Alice — Goranka. 

Duncan Bay — Emerald, Betseg- 
gan. 

Gold River — Alisher Navol. 

Crofton — Master Stefanos, Star 
Acadia. 

Tahsls — Rlngvard. 


Esquimau council, but those 
same symptoms seem to 
bolster another theory—that 
Saanich la sinking. 

Gourlay described a definite 
variation In the level! be¬ 
tween the bridge driving sur¬ 
face and the asphalt street 
surface where the two meet. 

What he apparently failed 
to notice was that the bridge 
is higher than the roadbed 
leading up to It 

Thh Gorge Is the boundary 
between the two municipal¬ 
ities and the elevation dif¬ 
ference la on the North (Saan¬ 
ich) end, so obviously Saanich 
is sinking. 

Which puts it In pretty good 
company. So are Venice and 
Milan, the Leaning Tower of 
Pisa and the Empress Hotel. 


There have been a few 
rumors about Westminster 
Abbey, too. 

Esquimau engineer C. T. 
Warren apparently will check 
out the Gorge situation ... at 
least his municipality’s end of 

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planning the tint astronomi¬ 
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the Euphrates Valley since 
the ancient city of Babylon 
was said to have built the 
world’s first about 2000 BC, 
the Iraqi news agency report¬ 
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NEW YORK KUPI) - "I hope the nibpoena will 
McKay commlsilon officials be withdrawn ai It should 
vowel Wedneadey they be," Dean Robert McKay of 
would never turn o»jr their the New York University law 
files on the Attica prison riot school, chairman of the com- 
to the special grand jury mission, said. 

Investigating last ytar’i McKay said that before his 

b 1 o o a y rebellion which commission began its work an 

claimed 43 lives. agreement was made with the 

State "supereop" Robert state “that we would not ask 
Fisher, the deputy attorney- to see (he grand jury’s record 
general conducting the grand and they would not ask lor 


though no names were given 
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who was responsible for ehe 
death of a guard on the first 
day of the riot, and three in¬ 
mates during the time pri¬ 
soners held control of Attica. 

"In carrying out our task 
we made statements to in¬ 
mates, state police, and cor¬ 
rection officers that their con¬ 
fidentiality would be respect¬ 
ed," McKay said. "If the 
records are given to the 
grand jury, the credibility of 
the state and the commission 
would be compromised and it 
would be another justified in¬ 
stance where the Inmates 
could not trust the establish- 


commission has officially 


finished its assigned task, it 
will continue to work for pris¬ 
on reform on an informal 
basts. 


Your Six Community 


Funeral Chapels 


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commission surrender 
materials to Fisher. 


of what happened before, dur¬ 
ing and after the riot Al- 


State Monument 
For Guards Only 


ATTICA, N.Y. (UPI) — 
Two hundred persons stood in 
steady rain Wednesday at cer¬ 
emonies commemorating the 
deaths of 32 rebellious in¬ 
mates killed by state police 
last September at the end of 
the Attica prison revolt. 

A six-foot-tall wood carving 


depicting two prisoners with 
their hands bound was erect¬ 
ed near a stone monument es¬ 
tablished by state authorities 
memorializing the 11 guards 
who also died from police bul¬ 
lets. The official monument 
makes no mention of the pris¬ 
oners who died. 


ment” 

At the news conference, 
McKay said he was “sorry" 
that news stories on the com¬ 
mission's report “played up” 
the criticism of Governor Nel¬ 
son Rockefeller. 

“Rockefeller’s not going to 
Attica was not a central issue 
in our report because there 
was no assurance that if he 
had gone things would have 
been different,” McKay said. 


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Saanich Wants $6.2 Million Slice of Fund 


Saanich hu released a pro- 
ponl It made to tbe provin¬ 
cial government five months 
aco itiggeating an Investment 
at J8.2 million in 1,865 acres of 
greenbelt, dr roughly 21 per 
cent of the municipality's 
physical area. 

Saanich suggests the money 
come from the government's 
Greenlelt Protection Act, leg¬ 
islation set up last Spring that 
provided a 525 million fund 
for acquire green space for 
pespehdty. 

The municipality asks the 
g ov e rn ment to buy land that 
air. Rely la part of a planned 
greenbelt system, The pro- 
poeed area is bounded by 
Swan Lake, Blenklnsop Val¬ 
ley, Beaver-Elk Lakes and the 
Coiquitz River basin. 

"As growth proceeds, It will 
become Increasingly difficult 
(or local go v e rn ment to stave 
off development pressures In 
areas which In the public in¬ 
terest should be retained In 


an open, natural state,” says 
the proposal that was taken to 
the Social Credit government, 
defeated in the Aug. 30 pro¬ 
vincial election. 

"Suburban Saanich Is still 
in a position to establish a 
broad greenbelt capable of 
providing a permanent frame 
to the main urban area of the 
caipltal region,” adds the pro¬ 
posal. "However, It cannot be 
over-emphasized that the time 
for action Is now, before dev¬ 
elopment pressures push raw 
land prices beyond the realm 
of feasibility.” 

Curtis said the municipality 
will re-submit the proposal to 
the New Democratic Party 
government. 

"I would hope that the. qual¬ 
ity and thought of the presen¬ 
tation and the soundness of 
the plan would combine to 
commend the plan to any gov¬ 
ernment," added the mayor. 
"It Is a politically neutral 
document” 


The proposal in about 50 
per cent br 2,67tj§»fee, of the 
municipal! y's greenbelt al¬ 
ready have been secured. 
This is composed of 1,834 
acres of park land, 688 acres 
used for institutional purposes 
and 152 acres owned by the 
municipality other than desig¬ 
nated parks. 

The document suggests the 
Greenbelt Protection Act be 
used to acquire or protect 
most of the remaining 
acreage discussed in the pro¬ 
posal. 

Large maps show a stretch 
of land connecting the lower 
Coiquitz River at Portage 
Inlet to the Marigold area 
south of Swan Creek junction, 
where Saanich is buying land 
for flood control. Waterways 
running through the greenbelt 
would enable canoeists to 
travel from the north end of 
Elk Lake through tbe Coiquitz 
system to Swan Lake and 
northward again to Blenkin- 


Federal Race Declined 


Resource* Minister Ray 
WHUston, defeated In the Aug. 
30 provincial election, has de¬ 
clined an offer to run in the 
federal campaign, it was 
learned Wednesday. 

Sources in the Social Credit 
party In Prince George said 
they asked Williston to accept 
the nomination for the federal 
riding of Prince George but 
he decided against it. 

Williston, 58, has represent- 
ad the constituency of Port 


George in the B.C. Legisla¬ 
ture since 1953. The federal 
member for the Prince 
George-Peace River area was 
a Social Crediter until 1968, 
when Liberal Robert Borrie 
was successful. 

Williston’s decision to stay 
out of federal politics rein¬ 
forces statements he made 
earlier to the effect that he 
will actively campaign for the 
leadership of the B.C. Social 
Credit party. 


He could not be reached 
Wednesday night to confirm 
statements published in 
Prince George t h a t he has 
the support of several Socred 
cabinet ministers and was 
urged by Premier Bennett to 
take an active role in reor¬ 
ganization of the party. 

B.C. Socreds have an¬ 
nounced they will hold a lead¬ 
ership convention In May, 
when Bennett will step down. 


sop Lake, which would be en¬ 
larged. 

Patricia Bay Highway 
would run almost exactly 
through the centre of the oval, 
one boundary of which would 
run * near Saanich municipal 
hall. 

Berlin Escape 
Ends in Shots 

WEST BERLIN (Reuters)— 
An escape attempt by two 
young East 
a hail of bullets at the Berlin 
wall, eyewitnesses reported. 
Soon after the gunfire, the 
two men were arrested by 
East German border guards 
and led away, apparently un¬ 
hurt. 

Surrender Easy 
For Guerrillas 

KUCHING (Reuter) — An 
estimated 1,000 Communist 
guerrillas in the east Malay¬ 
sian state of Sarawak now 
can surrender by mail or tele¬ 
phone, officials announced 
here. They have published 
ficial post office box i 
phone numbers inviting let¬ 
ters or calls. 


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No Boundaries: 


TORONTO (OP) - The jet 
age ha* presented doctor* 
vflth a number of new prob¬ 
lem* — rare diseases from 
developing countries, Dr. Mi¬ 
chael Lenczner, a Toronto ex¬ 


pert In tropical and parasitic 
diseases, said Wednesday. 

"Within 12 hours a patient 
can be In Canada with dis¬ 
eases that have been eliminat¬ 
ed from or kept out of the 
Western world,” he told about 


40 doctors during a special 
seminar st the Ontario branch 
meeting of the College of 
Family Physicians. 

"There are no boundaries 
now to epidemics,” he said. 


"We cannot afford to devote 
our education only to diseases 
of our own areas. We must be 
involved with global, world¬ 
wide problems."y> 

Lenczner, who heads the 


clinic for tropical and parasit¬ 
ic diseases at the University 
of Toronto, gave an example 
of how common these once- 
rare diseases .are. 

During the last six years, 
he kept a survey of new cases 


of such diseases diagnosed at 
the Toronto General Hospi¬ 
tal's special laboratory. 

There were 5,598 — an 
average of nearly 1,000 a 
year — but actually there 


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Planner: 

Rush to 


New York Puts Its Foot Down on Noise 


The- 


Adds Woes 


BANFF, Alta. (CP) — Mi¬ 
gration to cities aggravates 
•xisting socio-economic and 
environmental problems and 
create# new ones, a conserva- 
tion ^convention was told 
Wednesday. 

Adolf Ciborowski, an archi¬ 
tect and environmental plan¬ 
ner with the United Nations, 
said In an information paper 
that migration must be chan¬ 
nelled by using the develop¬ 
ment and location of produc¬ 
tion, primarily in manufac¬ 
turing industries. 

"The main environmental 
and developmental problems 
of the next 25 years already 
exist, end most workers need¬ 
ing Jofbe in the year 2000 have 
already been bom. 

"The landscape planner has 
the task of redistributing to¬ 
day’s children and the produc¬ 
tive pattern of national eco¬ 
nomics.” 

He said urban and rural 
areas are interdependent; 
badly developed and managed 
towns and uncontrolled subur¬ 
ban eprawl do until damage 
to the rural landscape, to its 
human end wildlife inhabi¬ 
tants. 

In the paper, presented to 
delegates from more than 80 
countries at the convention of 
the International Union for 


the Conservation of Nature 
and Natural Resources 
(IUCN), Ciborowski said the 
views were only his opinion 
and not those of the UN. 

"Appropriate distribution of 
population within the whole 
country appears to be the 
first condition for achieving a 
better human environment,” 
said Ciborowski, deputy direc¬ 
tor of the UN centre for hous¬ 
ing, building and planning. 

"To avoid over-concentra¬ 
tion of the population in the 
large existing cities, it will be 
necessary for many countries 
to develop new, nationwide 
settlement systems which will 
include the creation of new 
urban growing points and also 
the modernization of rural 
centres.” 

He said location and devel¬ 
opment of production, pri¬ 
marily in the manufacturing 
industries, should be used as 
the main tool in channelling 
migration in environmental 
directions and desirable geo¬ 
graphical areas. 


NEW YORK (UPI) 
city council passed over¬ 
whelmingly Tuesday night a 
measure described as the 
most comprehensive attempt 
in the U.S. to control the level 
of noise. 

The noise control code 


places strict noise limits on 
air conditioners, air compres- 
s o r s , jackhammers, au¬ 
tomobile horns and sirens, it 
also requires noise levels be 
set within one year for sub¬ 
ways, railroad and aircraft. 


be signed shortly by Mayor 
John Lindsay, passed the 
council on a vole of 31 to 5. 
The vote followed a noisy, 
2V4-hour session in the coun¬ 
cil. 


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Oppononets of the code, in 
particular members of the 


construction industry and 
public utilities, have said the 
measure is too stringent to 
enforce. 

But Councilman Theodore 
Weiss, the code's sponsor, 
said the legislation was "not 
only the most comprehensive 
and advanced noise control 


legislation in the. country but 
is at the same time fair, prac¬ 
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The code prohibits sound 
amplifier* ip public places lor 
business purposes and the au¬ 
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radios and tape-recorders on 
public transit. 


It also extends the 7 a.m.-6 
p.m. construction hours to 
cover road repair and utility 
work and requires all variants 
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approval by the environ¬ 
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America’s Last Outpost 


America's last outpost — 

the 140-mile chain of Florida _ _ 

Keyi — is fast becoming fish) Harris. 68, reports' "but 


the Keys," Monroe County 




and pomegranate trees, or Skin and scuba divers come 

oleander and jasmine shrubs. here from all over the world. 

The waters ere alive with Divers swim among 40 spe- 
snook, snapper, sailfish, tar- <. le! „f end - staghorn, 
pin, dolphin, marlin, b^racu- moo6 ehead, leaf, hat, finger, 
da and amberjack. Itari braini nower and cactus 

Becausy of the decimation to name but a few. Tropical 
of their numbers, turtles, fish abound, 

manatees, manta rays and Th e uiands have been the 

porpo.se are protected v fly playground of presidents. 
Florida law. 

Key West was the site of 
Off Key Largo lies John Harry Truman's Summer 

Pennekamp Q>ral Reef State White House. Richard Nixon 

Park, established in 1963 as has a home on Key Biscayne. 

the first underseas park in 

continental U.S.A. Dwight Eisenhower. John 

rpL - inn ■, . .. Kennedy and Franklin Roose- 

The 100 square miles of At- vacationed here 

lantic Ocean within the park velt N acationed here. 

bjundarfes contains the only Anyone making the delight¬ 
living reef formation along ful drive down the Overseas 
the coast of North America. Highway knows why. 


By CHARLES HILLINGER from Key Wert, Fla. 


Miami Suburbia, 




"The islands are filling up 
with houses, with trailer 
parks, marinas, golf courses, 
motels and resorts. 


Construction on the 49 is¬ 
lands linked to the mainland 
by two-lane U.S. Highway 1 — 
one of the world's longest 
overseas roads — is at fever 
pitch. 

In recent months a dredge- 
and-fill moratorium has been 
imposed to prevent ecological 
disaster along the dazzling 
coral refs. 


Key West extension. Tt was 
called "Flagler's Folly.” 

Flagler was 82 when the 
railroad was finally finished. 
He rode the first train to Key 
West in his private rail car. 

It was the only railroad in 
history to be blown away. A 
hurricane in 1935 wiped out 
huge stretches Of track and 
several bridges. 

That year the right-of-way 
was sold to the government 
and In 1944 the Overseas High- 
wayjwai opened to traffic. 

Millions have gone to sea on 


the road. Forty-two bridges 
link 49 keys, the tiny coral 
reefs, Including: 

Key Largo, the Matecumbe 
Keys, Fat Deer Key, Knock- 
mednwn Key, Conch Keys, 
Duck Key, Grassy Key, 
Crawl Key, Hog Key, Ramrod 
Key, Key Vaca, Pigeon Key, 
Bahia Honda Keys, Boca 
Chica Key and finally at the 
end of the chain. Key West. 

This Is the land of ooconut 
and date palms, of banana, 
almond, cork, avocado, lime 


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together with ties and tres¬ 
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great all-time feats of 
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Le Festival Western 




* MOD MIXTURE OF MURDEB, MAYHEM & MONEY! 


French-Cut Cowboys a la Mode 


CLARK GABLE 7= 

VIVIEN LEIGH *Sttj 
LESLIE HOWARD 
OLIVIA dcHAVIUAND 

TONIGHT — 7:4# P.M. 


day, the day of the Canadian 
weightpulling championships 
for draught horses, there 
were 45,000 “cowboys" in 
town. 


ST. HTtf; Que. fCP) -r- The deep into a pocket and slama 
young gunslinger saunters ca- his silver down, 
aually up to the counter, digs “GiVe me a candy floss” he 


try for a seat in the bar at the 
small local hotel where a 
waiter estimated 1,000 cases 
of beer went down during last 
weekend. And there were still 
six days to go. 

Boots and stetsons, and 
leather jackets or anything 
that looks like leather-are 
strictly “a la mode.” And the 
more fringes the better. 

The greeting heard every¬ 
where is "Eh cowboy, bon- 
jour!” 

Cowboy, not to be confused 
with the English cowboy, is 
the common form of address 
in St. Tite during the festival, 
quiet French-Canadian town 
replacing monsieur and even 
madame and madamoiselle. 
They began arriving on Fri- 
CALGARY (CP) — Police day for the opening parade 
seized 432 capsules of heroin and a concert by rock singer 
with a street value just under Robert Char lebois. On Satur- 
511.000, the largest heroin sei- ri.-u~i—u — ^ ^ m m 
zure in the city's history. wr.r.wr WATCHERS! 


says. And he says it in 
French. 

This week Is »Le Festival 
Western in St Tite, when thlf 
quiet French - Canadian town 
of 5,000, 100 miles northwest 
of Montreal, plays host to a 
quarter of a million visitors 
and becomes “the western 
capital of Eastern Canada.” 

When that many people 
crowd into a town the size of 
St. Tite, sometimes the candy 
floes stands on' the street- 
comers are the only eating 
spots a hungry six-year-old 
cowpoke can get near. 

If he's a little older he can 


, —'"9 LEE REMICK 
' RICHARD ATTENBOROUGH 
HYWEL BENNETT 
MHO O'SHEA-ROY HOLDER 




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worry! Free use of umbrellas. Usually warmer out here 
too! . Romantic Night Lighting . . . Ross Fountains in 
their majestic “Ballet to the Stars” (this alone Is worth 
coming to see) . . . Floral Restaurant service . . . Coffee 
Bar • • . Fascinating Seed and Gift Shop . . . Show Green¬ 
house . . . Begonia Bower . . . Entertainment. Open every 
day, tWn. to 10 p.m. 

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BUTCHART GARDENS FLORAL RESTAURANT. Open 
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BUTCHART GARDENS ENTERTAINMENT. The Butchart 
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Helicopter Canada” or "Mountains to the Sea.” 

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One of lhe world’s most captivating and unusual homes, 
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ENDS TONIGHT; 
•LOOT” AT 7 AND 9 


Gates 8:00 
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COLD BLOOD! 


TOMORROW — SEAN CONNERY as 007 in 

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Eve. Daily (Except Sat) at 8:15 
Sat. at 5:00 and 9:00 
Matinee Wed. and Sun at 2:00 
Sat. a 11:30 

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Wed. and Sat. Blat $3.50 
G.A. (Mat. Only) $1.50 
Children (13 and under) $!.$$ 
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Phone reservations accepted 
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at 383-4378 after 8 p.m. 

Good seats available at the door 
for tonight's performance 


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IN CONCERT AT UVIC GYM 
September 16th—7 and 9 p.m. 
Tickets $3.00 at Kelly’s 
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Fall Organ Concert 

On Wed., Sept. 20th at 8 p.m. in 
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Guest Artist, Peter Chip man, songs and guitar 
Complimentary Tickets available from 

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GOLDIE HAWN, 


EDWARD ALBERT and EILLEEN IIACKART 


BUTTERFLIES ARE FREE 


— GENERAL — 
Doors 6:45 

Shows 7:15, 9:15 p.m. 


Introducing 

"FATHER” 

VAN HORNE. 

He^ not exactly 
what the Lord 
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MUSEUM OF ILLUSION (Haunted House Museum)—An 
amazing and entertaining excursion into the land of spirits 
and antiquity. Black Gardens, Haunted Stairway and Din¬ 
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mansion that will test your curiosity. An absolute must 
when visiting in Victoria. Located 1 block from Parlia¬ 
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STARTS 1 
TOMORROW 


Warning;: A very 
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coarse language 
and awearlng. 

—B.C. Director 


of over 70 
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WOODY ALLEN’S 

“EVERYTHING YOU ALWAYS 
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BUT WERE AFRAID TO ASK” 

co-starring (in alphabetical order) 

__ WOODY ALLEN • JOHN CARRADINE • LOU JACOBI • LOUISE LASSER 


FRANK 


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When Bellet Horizons 
brings its second anniversary 
performinds to the McPher¬ 
son Playhouse Saturday the 
corps de ballet will include 
for the first time a number of 
Victoria fencers. 

Reason for this is the re¬ 
cently-completed summer 
school conducted by Ballet 
Horizons In this city, in the 
Theatrical Arts Studio. 


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Clines included classical 
ballet, point*, pas de deux, 
repertoire, jkzz, and partici¬ 
pation in creation of a new 
ball* by National Ballet’* 
Anne Ditchbume. 

Victoria dancer? who wlH 
appear Saturday are Todd 
Carter, Pam Ferguson, Linda 
Gammie, Vicki Chapman, 
Leslie Howe, Maura Hall and 
Annette Ullrich. < 

Three of the«# — Carter, 
Pam Ferguson and Maura. 
Hall will appear hr the new 
Ditchbume ballet EJokue. 

A factor making Sat¬ 

urday’s.presentation posslbla 
ia the Diet that all the 
dancers, including the profes¬ 
sionals, are donating their 
time and talents. Thus the 
performance Is a beneflt, so 
Ballet Horizons can start its 
new season without owing any 
money: 

Financial support remains a < 
problem for Ballet Horizons, 
as with many other cultural 
sources in British Columbia. 
As a spokesman for the com-, 
pany says : 

“B.C. has had fine and 
great dancers leave because 
there was no place here for 
them to find work. „ 

“Two of these have actually 
come back. Lynne Seymour is 
at present teaching classes in 
our studio, after winning 
world fame in London and on 
the Continent. Bill Martin-Vis- 
court has been working with 
us for the past year and will 
be performing with us again 
this fall. Both are from Van¬ 
couver.” 

The spokesman continues: 

"Our plans for the future 
are quite simple: keep on 
building our dream, a clas¬ 
sical ballet company here in 
B.C. that will bring honor and 
esteem to B.C. and possibly 
bring some of our vefy talent¬ 
ed people home.” 

Saturday’s program: 

Les Sylphides, danced by 
Dianne Bell and Bill Martin- 
Viscount, with Eva Christen¬ 
son, Rosalie Chappel, Debie 
Kruesel. Denise O’Brien, and 
Vicki Chapman, Helen Evans, 
Pam Ferguson, Valerie Ford 
Linda Gammie. Maura Hall, 
Leslie Howe. Nana Luz, Geor¬ 
gia Maine, Maja Olson. Mary- 
lou Thcisse, Julie Whittacker, 
Annette Ullrich. 

Poulenc, a new ballet by 
Kennith Melville; danced by 
Dianne Bell and Martin-Vis¬ 
count. with Eva Christenson. 
Rosalie Chappell, Pam Fer¬ 
guson, Valerie Ford. Debie 
Kruesel, Denise O’Brien, 
Mary-lou Theisse. 

Magic Fan, a new ballet by 


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MORLEY WISEMAN, director and ballet master 
of Ballet Horizons, demonstrates at barre for Ted 
Marshall during rehearsal for Saturday perform¬ 
ance at McPherson Playhouse. 


—Ayn Mkxtilm 


Mtl-IJNS MARINE 


Anne Ditchbume. danced by I - 
Bryant McGiveron and Eliza¬ 
beth Bell. 

Don Q Pas de Deux, danced 
by Dianne Bell and Martin- 
Viscount. 

Faune, with McGiveron and j 
Elizabeth Bell. 

Eloiuse, by Anne Ditch- 
burnc, danced by Julie Whit- | 
tacker and Jasonc Oliver, 
with Bryant McGiveron. Ted 
Marshall, Bill James, Eliza¬ 
beth Bell. Debie Kruesel. Pam ' 
Ferguson. Denise O’Brien, 
Maia Olson. "Mary-lou 
Theisse, Todd Carter. 


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South Pacific Exercise 


Navy Teams ‘Work Side by Side 


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ON BOARD USS TICON- 
DEROGA, AT SEA-A group 
of Victoria »ervicemen la part 
of an international com¬ 


munication team on board 
thia American aircraft carrier 
along with communlcatora 
from Australia and the U.S. in 
exercises off Hawaii. 


—Canadian Forets 

SAILING IN formation near Hawaii are Esqulmalt- 
based destroyer escort HMCS Qu’Apelle, fore¬ 
ground; Australian supply ship HMAS Supply; 
T iconderoga and Canadian supply ship HMCS 
Provider. Two far ships are not identlfed. 


CFB Show Band 
Wings South 
For Long Tour 


The team, headed by LieUt ana. A second team, headed Han carrier Melbourne 

B. M. Gabb, of fleet head- by Capt Mike Conroy, officer- Master Warrant Officer 

quarters Sydney, AustraUa, in-charge of the com- Dennis Craigie, who heads' up 

includes six Americans, four munications division at Esqui- the group from Victoria 

Australians and four Canadi- malt is on board the Austra- aboard Tioonderoga, said this 

week that “working side by 
side helps us to better under¬ 
stand each other.” 


‘‘To communicate properly 
you have to understand exact¬ 
ly what the other gay is say¬ 
ing,” he said. 

“We all know what each 
other is talking about and the 
procedures are the same, but 
we do use different expres¬ 
sions and terminology.*’ 

"We are learning a lot from 
each other,” said Lieut. Gabb 
of Australia. "I know I’ve 
picked up a few ideas that 
I’m taking back with me.” 

CPO R. G Brown , head 
the U.S. section, said he felt 
that his people have learned a 
lot by working with 
sies and Canucks” and that 
the exercise “is most benefi¬ 
cial, particularly in develop¬ 
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rity techniques." 

Craigie was asked how he 
felt sailing in the Ticon- 
deroga. “You don’t even know 
you’re at sea,” replied the 
veteran sailor from Esqui- 
malt. 


CPO BROWN of Triconderoga, cen¬ 
tre, discusses use of signal flags with 


—Canadian Forets 

Victorians, left, Craigie, and ULCpL 
J. V. Walton, right. 


The show band of the Cana¬ 
dian Forces Maritime Pacific 
Command will fly to Hawaii 
to join the operational support 
ship Provider for four months 
of manoeuvres in the South 
Pacific with the Esquimalt- 


City Solicitor 
Against Yoga 

VANCOUVER (CP) — City 
solicitor E. N. Elliott said he 
will recommend against the 
teaching of yoga exercises in 
public schools on the grounds 
that they contravene a section 
of the Public Schools Act “be¬ 
cause of their religious cono¬ 
tations.” He said physical ed¬ 
ucation normally involves ex¬ 
ercises to keep in good shape 
“but philosophy is quite a dif¬ 
ferent matter.” 


based Second Canadian Es¬ 
cort Squadron. 

More than 60 official and 
public engagements have 
been planned for the 18 musi¬ 
cians of the band, including 
concert tours of Australia and 
New Zealand, director of 
music Capt. Ben Bogisch said 
Tuesday. 

“Enquiries are coming in 
all the time,” said Bogisch, 
who plays piano and conducts 
the show band. “It seems as 
if our modern style of music 
and entertainment has fired 
their interest.” 

The musicians are 
members of the international¬ 
ly acclaimed Canadian Forces 
Naden band. 


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Last spring, if you remember, I 
suggested that some of the houseplants 
should be giyeo a summer holiday out¬ 
doors. 

Not all of them, of course. Hie really 
delicate tropical subjects — plants like 
the African violet and the Gloxinia 
can't take the battering of wind and 
rain — but most of the sturdier kinds 
benefit enormously from exposure to 
the weather through the warm summer 
months. 

Some of them, in fact, are most un- 
co-operative if they are babied and 
shielded and cooped up indoors all year 
round. The oleander, the Christmas 
cactus, the poinsetHs, the Jerusalem 
cherry and the miniature houseplant 
rose are always poor bloomers unless 
they are permitted to ripen and harden 
their tissues In the wind and the sun. 

It is about tiE NOW FOR MOST OF 

It is about time now (or most of 
these to be potted up and brought un¬ 
der cover. Again though, there are ex¬ 
ceptions, for the miniature roee and any 
hydrangeas intended for indoor bloom¬ 
ing should be left outdoors until a touch 
of frost causes them to lose their leaves. 

These are plants that need an annual 
resting period, and they require ex¬ 
posure to frost to induce dormancy, 
after which they can be potted up and 
stored, almost but not quite bone dry, in 
a cold place for their winter rest. 


Some of our holidaying houseplants 
had their pots sunk in the ground up to 
their rims, and these should be repot¬ 
ted into fresh soil. 

After knocking the plant out of its 
pot — I explained In an earlier column 
just how this operation is performed — 
scratch away some of the old soil with 
a kitchen fork, and tease free some of 
the root ends so they will push outward 
into the new soil. If the roots are found 
curled into a tight ball, this is a sure 
sign your plant needs a larger pot. 

In cases where the plants had been 
unpotted and planted directly into the 
ground, the roots msy need to be 
trimmed back a bit with a pair of scis¬ 
sors to make them fit. Always re¬ 
member that it is much better to cut 
bal#r the roots cleanly than to bend 
them or double them back on them¬ 
selves to make them fit the pot. 

In selecting a pot, I have become a 
great believer in choosing one which 
appears to be just s half-size too small 
for the plant. When small plants are 
potted in big pots, a lot of the soil in the 
pot is unoccupied and unused, and 
under constant watering this unused 
soil tends to go sour and stagnant, and 
the plant’s health suffers accordingly: 
this is a common cause of houseplant 
disorders. 

In a smaller pot, all the soil is oc¬ 
cupied and in active use; you will have 


to water more frequently, but the plants 
are healthier and bloom more freely. 

Before repotting, old used pots 
should be scrubbed thoroughly In hot, 
soapy water, and I think it pays to add 
a little household disinfectant to the 
water to kill off any moulds or disease 
spores. White scum on the outer walls 
of earthenware pots can be removed by 
scrubbing with full strength Javex 
bleach. 

It is a good idea, when potting, to 
put an inch or so at small graval in the 
bottom of each pot Not that gravel as 
such has any magical properties con¬ 
tributing to good plant growth — lots of 
gardeners use bits of broken brick or 
smashed flower pot Instead. It is just 
that s layer of any such material con¬ 
tributes to better drainage, and is good' 
insurance against the most common • 
cause of houseplant failure — overwa-1 
terlng. 

If you have occasion to buy new- - 
flower pots, I would like to get In a plug; 
for the Placet pots made of styrofoam, ■ 
These are cleaner than clay pots, 
stronger than ordinary plastic, as light I 
as a feather and with thlcldah walls 1 
which always feel warm to the touch. 

My plants seem to like them, I think 
perhaps because styrofoam is a good; 
insulator and the plant roots enjoy an" 
almost constant temperature. ; 



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Hof fa’s Hanoi Trip 


There has been criticism in 
government circles over the 
handling of Jimmy Hoffa’s 
trip to Hanoi, u(hich was can¬ 
celed at the last moment. 

For some reason the White 
House, the Justice department 
and the state department, as 
well as Hoffa’s lawyers, all 
had different versions as to 
what actually happened. 

By piecing together a bit 
here and a bit there, I think I 
can now disclose what took 
place. 

When Jimmy Hoffa was 
serving time in prison, he de¬ 
cided to study the Vietnamese 
language, in hopes that some¬ 
day when he got out he could 
organize the truck drivers 
along the Ho Chi Minh Trail 
in the Teamsters union. 

Somehow word got to the 
White House of Hoffa’g...profi¬ 
ciency in the language. (It 
was first believed that Hoffa’s 
cell was bugged, but this was 
later denied.) 

In any case a White House 
staffer at a meeting said. 
“Why don't we send Hoffa to 
Hanoi to unionize the North 


Vietnamese truck drivers? 
Then he could call a strike 
and cut off all the supplies to 
the south.” 

“What a great idea,” Pres¬ 
ident Nixon said. “How does 
it sound to you, Henry?” 

Henry Kissinger replied, “It 
doesn’t bother me, as long as 
I can keep going Jo Paris." 

“But Hoffa is in prison,” 
another White House staffer 
said. 

"The president can parole 
him,” someone suggested. 
“We’ll leak the story that the 
president is paroling Hoffa so 
the Teamsters will support 
the Republicans during the 
election year. No one will 
know the real reason is so he 
can go to Hanoi.” 

A call was put in to the at¬ 
torney-general, who said it 
would be no problem to parole 
Hoffa, but he raised the ques¬ 
tion as to how Hoffa could get 
a passport to leave the 
country. 

“We never thought of that.” 
a White House assistant said. 
"We’ll have to inform Bill 
Rogers, the secretary of state, 
of our plans.” 


“Absolutely not,” Kissinger 
said. “If we tell Rogers about 
this, we’ll be setting a bad 
precedent. He’ll want to know 
about other things we’re plan¬ 
ning to do in foreign affairs, 
which is none of his busi¬ 
ness.” 

“Henry’s right,” a White 
House staffer said. “If we 
clue in Rogers on this, he’ll be 
coming around all the time 
wanting to know what we’re 
cooking up. A little knowledge 
for a secretary of state is a 
dangerous thing.” 

The president asked, “Why 
can’t Hoffa just go down to 
the passport office and apply 
for a passport without Bill 
knowing about it?” , 

“Good thinking. Mr. Pres¬ 
ident.” John Ehrlichman, his 
special assistant, said. 

The machinery was put into 
motion. Justice got Hoffa his 
parole, Kissinger told the 
North Vietnamese Hoffa was 
coming and the White House 
press office prepared an an¬ 
nouncement disclosing the 
president’s 1,987th secret plan 
to get us out of Vietnam. 


But somebody goofed, ancj 
the announcement was madt; 
before Hoffa took off for his* 
mission. 

Because Secretary Roger* 
w'as not in on the plan, hi 
thought someone in the pass* 
port office had erred, and 
without checking with the 
White House, Rogers canceled 
Hoffa’s passport and an* 
nounced that the Tcamstep 
boss couldn't go. 

The president w-as urged U> 
overrule Rogers but decided 
against it when the secretary 
of state called angrily ant£ 
said that if Hoffa went to 
Hanoi, he, Rogers, would* 
organize a Republicans for*. 
McGovern committee. With* 
only a 34 per cent lead 
in the polls, Nixon couldn’t af-* 
ford this, so he reluctantly de¬ 
nied he knew anything about; 
Hoffa’* trip. i T 

It was a great blow toj 
Hoffa, not to mention the- 
White House. But worst of all, 
President Nixon now has to*, 
come up with a new secret' 
plan to get us out of Vietnam. , 


Ozzie s Book 


JAMES 

BACON 


Look who’s writing a book — Ozzie Nelson, the Mark 
Spitz of Laguna Beach. 

Predictipn: It will be a best seller. Oz’s track record is 
such that he has never failed to hit the top in anything he has 
ever tried. 

For instance, did you know that at age 13, Ozzie was the 
youngest eagle scout in the nation and represented the U.S.A. 
at the first Boy Scout jamboree held in London? 

At Rutgers, he was one of the best quarterbacks in that 
historic school’s history although only a middleweight. He 
also won the middleweight (160 pound) boxing championship 
at Rutgers. 

He also was a top scholar and is a graduate lawyer. 

In the '30s, tht big band era, the Ozzie Nelson orchestra, 
with Ozzie and Harriet Hilliard as vocalist, was one of the 
best bands in the country. 

On radio and television, The Adventures of Ozzie and 
Harriet was a mainstay for 22 years. 

And by midseason, a new show called Ozzie’* Girls will 
be on NBC-TV. The pilot show aired Sept. 10. It was written, 
produced and directed by Ozzie. 

Ozzie and Harriet have been living most of the time down 
at Laguna Beach where Ozzie is seen daily swimming a mile 


or two or three out in the Pacific Ocean. He’s in superb* 
shape. No wonder. 

“I always have to be doing something,” he said the other . 
day over steak at Sorrentino’s. “So I decided one day to writ*’ * 
a book. After I knocked off 60 pages, I sent It to an agent in;* 
New York. He sent it to a number of publishers. Prentice- 
Hall came back with the best advance and so now I’m a writ-, 
er.” 

The book will be published in the spring. He hasn’t decid-l- 
ed definitely on-a title but is working under the working title;; 
of Ozzie. * 

And what’s wrong with that? There’s only one Ozzie. 

Music mogul Wes Farrell has figured a way to beat jet* 
lag —stay ahead of it. One day recently here, he spent the aft-, 
ornoon recording David Cassidy, jumped the red-eye special*, 
for New York in time for a breakfast business meeting, and * 
then blasted off for London to have dinner with Richard* 
Harris to discuss the ABC-Dunhill album Wes is producing 
for Richard. 

Claudlne T.ongot and pro ski champion Spider Sablch* 
recently tried the slopes In Chile. Thi» Is getting more and* 
more romantic. Meanwhile. Claudine and Andy William* get; 
along better divorced than they did married. 



^SydneyHarris 


Characters Speak 


“You remember what Shake¬ 
speare said about that?” 
remarked the man across the 
dinner table—and proceeded 
to quote a line from Macbeth, 
which he had recently seen. 

But Shakespeare didn’t say 
it—one of his dramatic char¬ 
acters did. Far from being a 
piece of the playwright’s wis¬ 
dom, this was a sentiment he 
put in the mouth of a charac¬ 
ter he evidently disliked. 

When we take the trouble to 
quote an author (generally in 
order to bolster our opinion of 
something), we have a duty to 
know whether the author was 
speaking in his own voice. 
Otherwise, vve run the risk of 
distorting his views. 

It is extremely difficult, for 
instance, to know what Shake¬ 
speare himself thought about 


any fundamental question. 
His genius lay in his ability to 
place himself into a thousand 
minds and hearts, to take one 
jjosition after another and 
make if sound plausible and 
sincere. 

This is why, for centuries, 
Shakespearean students have 
quarreled about the “real” 
Shakespeare—some claiming 
him as an aristocrat, others 
as a democrat, some as a 
religious man, others as an 
atheist, and so on down the 
line. There is no resolving 
these disputes—even his pri¬ 
vately printed sonnets do not 
disclose the full man to us. 

The way an author feels 
about our attributing sen¬ 
timents to him that are 
expressed in his fiction was 
brought out by W. S. Gilbert 


in a trial for libel just before 
the turn of the century. He 
was on the witness stand as 
the plaintiff, and the defence 
lawyer quoted a statement 
from one of Gilbert’s plays, 
trying to show that Gilbert ac¬ 
tually believed the opposite of 
what he was saying on the 
stand. 

"Those Were the words,” 
Gilbert retorted, “of a charac¬ 
ter in my play. They were not 
my words. I wrote them, but I 
do not hold myself responsible 
for anything a fictional char¬ 
acter happens to say.” 

More recently, I read the 
statement of a confirmed 
as saying, “Every woman 
should marry, and no man.” 
But Disraeli himself (a happi¬ 
ly married man) never said 
this; he simply put It Into the 


mouth of a character in one ot 
his novels. His own feeling^ 
were quite the opposite; he* 
was known as the most devot- 
bachelor who quoted Disraeli 
ed husband. 

A more frequent kind of lit¬ 
erary distortion consists tat 
taking a famous line and ig¬ 
noring what comes after If 
Kipling's East Is East and 
West is West, and never 
twain shall meet, is a classic 
example. We use it to justify 
basic differences between; 
East and West; but the point" 
of the whole poem was preci-K 
sely the reverse—Kipling wasj. 
saying that two men of char¬ 
acter and courage have muck 
in common, even though they- 
come from different parts of 
the world. You may quote me 
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#nl*nUt Victoria, B.C, Thura., September 14,1972 ^ 



—Colonist photo by Ian McKain 


To Clasp 
Stout Maid 


.Network of steel-scaf¬ 
folding surrounds hall of 
one of two 155-foot deep- 
sea tugs under construc¬ 
tion at Yarrows Ltd. in 
Esquimalt. Construction 
on vessels, destined to 
work out of St. Croix in 
Virgin Islands, began 
early this year, and com¬ 
pletion date is next 
spring. Ships are worth 
a total of about $8 mil¬ 
lion. 


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LUCK—BORN TO LARRY AND 
Holly, 2521 Victor Street, at 
Royal Jubilee on September 6th, 
1972, a daughter, Lynelle Denise; 
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Thanka to Drs. Faulkner and 
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DEATHS AND 
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Road, Crofton, B.C.; passed 
away in the CnemaInws General 
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He. Is survived by his wMa 
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melnus, one daughter, Mrs. W. 
Vye (Alleen) of Vancouver, and 
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Vancouver, Mrs, Marguerite 
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WEHRLE - On September 12. 
1973, at the Royel Jubilee Hospi¬ 
tal, Mrs. Charles Wehrle, aged 
II years, of 712 Yates Str 
born In Madison, Indiana, 
was a resident here for sev 
years. He was a iournallst 
profession. He was a mem be 
»• Lodg. AF «d 

,.k.i Brandon Lodge 
No. 19, G.R.M.; Vic- 


BISHOP — Victor Aloar Bishop. 

is survived by his loving wife. 
Irene, at home on Salt Spring 
island; two daughters, Mrs. A. 
j. (Patricia) Moel, Vancouver, 
Mrs. Bruce (Diana) Kennedy, 
Victoria; grandchildren and one 
great-grandchild; also one sister, 
Mrs. Belly Owen, England. He 
was a veteran of First World 
War and flew with the Royal 
Naval Air Force. 

A private service will be held 
with Father F. Sutherland officiat¬ 
ing. Filowers gratefully declined. 
Goodman's Funeral Home, 
Ganges, in charge of arrange- 
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No. 

AF and .. . -HP 

torla Lodge of Perfection, Scot¬ 
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2 IOOF, and Branoon City Lodge 
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the Grand Lodge of Manitoba 
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The funeral services under 
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Andrew'* i-odge AF and AM No. 
49, B.C.R., will be held In McCall 
Bros. Chapel, Johnson and Van¬ 
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Alice Mitchell of Victoria. Mr. 

Dyke was the postmaster at 
Crofton from 1932, wnan ne re- 
placed his mother In this posi¬ 
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He served In the following offices 
In the Masonic Order; Past 
Master of Temple Lodge No. 33 
A.F. and A.M.. Pitt District 
Deputy Grand Master of No. 5, 

A. F. end A.M., Past First Prin¬ 
cipal Tzouhalem Chapter, No. 26, 

Royal Arch Mesons; Past Grand 
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B. C., 7 Yukon Tarrltorles, Past 
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Preceptor of Bethlehem Prectp- Umber 15 at1:15 'p.m'.'"intermini I 
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Cowlchan Valley Shr ne Club, the Secretary. 151 Wellington Avt- 
Pest Patron of Sunset Chapter nu# » 

Number 44, O.E.S. end Dogood _ 

Cnzpter, Numoer 69 O.E.S. LODGE FUNERAL NOTICE 

Funjr*l ««!»» D &‘ *" .SSSIn, c2s5InlMtli 5 St. I 
will M »«.on Thu,*d»y.■. | Andrew’s Lodge, AF and AM No. | 


CABECINHA - In VlctorU, on 

September 13, 1972, Mr. Frincl» ; | will be held on Tnoreoev.- sep-1 Andrew’,' Lodoi 
ce Cebeclnne, »ged ,1 veers, o( i temoer I,, bt 2:00 o.m. Irom Hirst 4 g, b.C.R. wilT be held on Frldev; 
3079 Albenv Street,' born IniFunerel Cnepel, Duncan with Rev- September 15, 1972, el 12 30 pm 
Azores, Portugal, and resident j w. E. Greenhalgh oll cletlng. Cre- the Masonic Temole, 650 Fis 

bare since I9T - —- 

loving wile, ‘ 

*- “-■ ■— • o*»ir c, Lunu IUUIiwei> mi, — -- 

to the Building Fund, Chemalnus 
General Hospital, c-o Secretary 
Temple Lodge, Number 33, A.F. 
ano A.M,, 6181 Grieve Road, Dun¬ 
can, B.C. Hirst Funeral Chapel 
(Sands) of Duncan, B.C., In cara 
of arrangefnents. 


COMING EVENTS 
AND MEETINGS 

VIC WEST SOCCER 
CLUB BINGO 

OUR MAIN CHARITY 
RETARDED CHILDREN 

BINGO TONIGHT 
7:30 P.M. 

NOW AT 
CLUB TANGO 

$1 ADMISSION 
6 CARDS FOR $2 
Now Paying $15 Per Game 

2 GAMES $25 
1 GAME $50 
1 GAME $100 

5 Extra Games $30 or More 

More Than $500 Cash 
Every Night 

Door Prizes 

Bonuses — Free Bus 

FREE PARKING 


MALE HELP WANTED 


$600 PER MONTH 

For six month training period ap¬ 
plicants 


folly completed 


t. Be over 21 yrs. of age 

2. Have late model car. 

3. Have successfully 
Grade 12. 

4. Hava a desire to earn a 
batter than average income. 


BLOCK BROS. 
OFFERS: 


REALTY 


1. Pre-llcenclng classes. 

2. Excellent sales training pro¬ 
gram. 

J. Good opportunity for advance¬ 
ment. 

4. Higher earnings than you have 
•var enloyed before. 

5. Guaranteed Income for 
training period. 

JOIN BLOCK BROS. FANTASTIC 
TEAM 

To^engulre phone Paul_Hayes 


ui Block Bros. Realty 

qjition’ 

xassfiT 
Victor 


ortugal, ana resioenr;w. t. ureennaign on ciaiing. «.re- ^ fhe Masonic Temple, 650 FIs- 
1956. He leaves hisimation will follow. Flowers grate- g ar< j street, to conduct the funeral 
, Llduina; two deugh- fully declined. Should friends so SfSorlVte Uother.Bro Charles 
s end Llduina Mane; destrs, contributions may be made yvehrie. You are hereby sum- 


ters, Grace and- 

his parents, Mr. end Mrs. 
Cebecinhe of Victoria; one 
brother, Jose, of Victoria; two 
sisters, Mrs. Rosa Telxelra of 
Victoria and Mrs. Marla Me¬ 
deiros of Toronto; also brother- 
in-iaw, Mr. Jose and 


ln-l_.., . . 

sister-in-law Merle 

Victoria. „ . , 

PRAYERS will be offered In 
Sacred Heart Church, 4040 Nalth- 
orpe Road, on Sunday, September 
17 at 8:30 p.m. MASS will be cele 
brated In the Church on Monday, 
September IS at 10:00 a.m. Inter¬ 
ment at Royal Oak Burial Park. 
McCall Bros. Funeral Directors In 
charge of arrangements. 

COPPINGER — In Sioney, B.C., 
on September 12, 1972, Mr. Mark 
David Copplnger, aged 61 veers. 
Born In Portland, Oregon, late 
residence 820 Towner Perk 
Road, Sidney. He leaves his lov¬ 
ing wife, Madeline, at home; 
son, Michael Thornes, of Sidney, 
B.C.; and daughter, Mrs. Gail 
Roy, of Texas. _ _ 

Service will be held In the Sands 
Funeral Chapel of Roses, Sidney, 

B. C., on Friday, September 15, 
1972, at 3:00 p.m.. Rev. Father R. 

C. Cunningham officiating, crema¬ 
tion. Flowers gratefully declined. 
Those so desiring may contribute 

'to the Canadian Cancer Society, 
1857 Caledonia Avenue, Victoria, 
B.C. 


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VITAL STATISTICS 
i Births 

i card of Thanks 
5 Deaths and Funerais 

10 Funeral Director* 
y n Memorlams 

NOTICES 

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16 Catering, Banquets and Recep¬ 
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15 Coming Events and Meetings 
20 Lost end Found 

11 Monumental > 

18 Places to Visit 

17 Restaurants 
EMPLOYMENT 

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1 1 Male Help Wanted 

25 Mala or Female Help Wanted 

30 Situations wanted Female 
29 Situations Wanted Male 

31 Situations wanted Male or Fe¬ 
male 

27 Teachers Wanled 

BUSINESS SERVICES AND 
DIRECTORY , 

36 Business Services and Directo¬ 
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Wehrle. You are hereby sum¬ 
moned to attend the duties of this 
communication. Brethren of sister; 
lodges and visitors ere Invited to I 
attend. 

Yours Fraternally, 

A. C. Hodgson, 

P.M., Secretary 


8 CARDS OF THANKS 


EVELEIGH — In Victoria, B.C., 

Fv 3 eleldn 72 'aae M 55 many pray#r Pawners — so m 
®*™ ,d n n.mr.n a of y ®° " a don't even know 

BTLirS r9$?« ";i vS«SS ln,n * - tor •" vour k 1 ™ 1 "*” 


B.C., for the past 31 yet 
siding at 3755 Seaton Rc 
laaves his wlfa, Freda, at 
daughters, Mrs. K. (Irene) 
dell, Nova Scotia, Mrs. Robert 
(Diane) Cooper, Coquitlam. B.C.; 


We would like to thank all our 
many praytr partners — so many 
of you we don't even know bv 
wirtnrm nama — *> r al1 V° ur kindness and 
«r« r* i P r av*rs, for both ourselves end i 
l-r *' r« I oy r son Ken In this time of trial. 


u*'Our son x.en in inis Time or Trial. 
.Thorne- 1 - Sincerely, Ernie, Mavis, Shalby, 
,M. UrV K r |ir^l h gy »"<lnp« l.lly K.n Con.rro., 


IN MEMOR1AM 


flv. •r.ndchMreru -- Men. i A.TCH.SON - In toying mamory . 


A. A. (Florance) Bargwall, 
North Vancouvar, B.C., Mrs. Vi¬ 
olet Cox, Aldergrove, B.C.; 
brother, Russell, Victoria, B.C, 
and nephews. 


of iris, who t 
tember 7, 1971. 
"Loves greatest 
brance'" 


passed away Sep-' 


slSvIe/wiinS'lSld in th. S.nd. ’ -W*wi .i«lI John l:!«„ and l.ml- 
Mortuary Llmltad "Memorial lr> Vancouvar, B.C. 

Chapel of Chimes'* on Friday, Sep-! 

tember 15, 1972, al 3:00 p.m.. Rev. 10 FUNERAL DIREC7TORS 

Dr. Emma M. Smilev officiating.!_i 

Interment In Colwood Burial Perk. , CAKE 


Your Six Community Chap-f—- 


ST. JOSEPH S BINGO 

CHURCH HALL 

745 W. BURNSIDE 
THURS., 7:30 

Adm. $1.00 
6 Cards $2.00 
Extra Cards 25c 

5 Earlybird Games 
7:00, 25c Card 

5th Game $50 

11th Game $50 

JACKPOT 
50 Nob. or less $350 
55 Nos. or les $250 
56 Nos. or over $100 

No Games Less than $15 

5 Extra Games, 25c Card 


sales pos_ 

One successful salesman required 
tor the Victoria area, one who Is 
able to perform effectively away 
from head office, to represent a 
large Electrical Sign Manufac¬ 
turing Company (Vancouver 
based). We offer to the right appli¬ 
cant limited amount of travelling, 
with car allowance, travel ex¬ 
penses, Company end Canada Pen¬ 
sion Plans, M.S.A. Medical and 
Dentgl, plus other fringe benefits. 
Salary plus commission or straight 
commission available. Experience 
in our product an asset, age no 
barrier If experienced and depen¬ 
dable. For confidential Interview 
send particulars of your sales ex¬ 
perience to Mr. D. A. Jamieson, 
Slgn-O-Llfe Plastics Limited, P.O. 
Box 7399, Station O, Vancouver 15, 
B.C. 


MALE OR FEMALE 
HELP WANTED 

EMPLOYMENT 
Is the big question these days. As 
the leading Real Estate Company, 
we ere Interested In more than 
iust employment, we are Interest¬ 
ed Inm an leoklng for a 


MEANINGFUL AND 
WARDING CAREER 

Wa do not <maka grand promises 
— but w* do want the public to 
know th# facts about a career that 
for many has exceeded their best 
expectations. 

Our Public Forums have given 
many an opportunity to oet en 
‘ end accurate view of Real 
Salas as a meaningful ca¬ 
reer. 




BE SURE TO ATTEND ONE OF 
THE FOLLOWING: 


IN REAL ES- 


'CAREERS 

TATE 


FREE PUBLIC FORUMS ON 
Set., sept. 16 — 1:30 p.m. 
Mon., Sept. 18, — 7:30 p.m. 


FEMALE HELP 
WANTED 


-1800 Blenshard St. 
BLOCK BROS. 
LTD. 

386-3231 


REALTY 


“CAREER WOMEN” 

HOMEFINDERS OFFER 
YOU A.. RUNNING 
START on e cereer In 
Real Estate Sales. An In¬ 
struction class to help 
you pass vour Pre- 
Llcensing Course AND 
at the seme time train¬ 
ing In how to ''sell" Real 
Estate, "best Paid Herd 
Work In the World." A 
personal Interview Is 
yours. Call Seles Super¬ 
visor, 386-1491. 

Shirley Phllps* Homeflndert Ltd. 
CANNED EGO 
BEAUTY SALON 

opening for e youth oriented, wlth- 
It helrcutter for their groovy new 
CANNED EGO SALON In Victoria. 
The successful applicant should be 
experienced In precision haircut- 
ting but we will give special train¬ 
ing to the right applicant. Apply n 
person to the Personnel Office, 4fh 
Floor, Mondav-Frlday, 9:30-6 p.m. 

THE BAY 


FEMALE HELP 
WANTED 


LARGE PRIVATE HOSPITAL 
has 2 opening* for axporlertced 
nurses' aides. One Is a Juil time 
shih. 2:30 P.m.-ll p.m. The other 
opening Is part time 4-hour shift In 
the morning. Apply In person to 
The Matron aF 3690 Richmond 
Road. 


REQUIRED, 2 EXPERIENCED 
assistant housekeepers. Applicants 
must be mature, have confidence, 
and supervisory experience end 
able to train housekeeping staff In 
their duties. Please reply In writ* 
Ing supplying raeume to Victoria 
Press, Box 293. 


ZELLERS LTD. 
ilatalv, a 


Requires fmmedlati 

Skillet Restaurant. ___ 

35-hour work weak with full range 
of company benefits. Apply In per¬ 
son, Personnel Department, Fri¬ 
day, Tuesday or Wednaaday, 10-4. 


Italy, a cook in 
. Approximately 
i with fu"- 


! els Dedicated to Service. 


HUNT—Passed away to be with! 
fhe Lord on September 11 , 1972, Sensible Prices. 
Mrs. Emma May Hunt of 701 
Esquimau Rd„ aged 79 years, 
born In Mariposa, On!., and a 
resldant of Victoria for tha past 
43 years. She is survived by her 
roving husband, William, at the 
residence; 1, son, George, of 
Victoria; one daughter, Mrs. C. 

(Lily) Richmond, ot Victoria; 

6 grandchildren; 1 great-grand¬ 
son; 2 brothers, Palmer and Rus¬ 
sell, of Penzance, Sask.; on* 
sister, Mrs. Allan (Maude) .Shank 
of Oshawa, Ont. She was en 
adherent of North Douglas Tab¬ 
ernacle. 

Funeral service in McCall Bros. 

FLORAL CHAPEL, Johnson and 
Vancouver Sts., on Thursday, Sept. 

14 at 1:15 p.m., with Pastor H. 

Pendray officiating. Interment at 
Royal Oak Burial Park. 


Victoria, B.C. 

Sands Mortuary Limited 
“Memorial Chapel of 
Chimes” (main office) 
388-5155, 388-5156, 383-75U 

Sidney, B.C. 

Sands Chapel of Roses, 
656-2932 


| 


Colwood, B.C. 

Sands Chapel of Heather, 
478-3821 


HYDE — On September 13, 1972,! Duncan, B.C. 

In Victoria, B.C., Mrs. Annie] Hirst Funeral 
Hyde, 3880 Cedar Hill Cross! (CanHc) 7488919 
Road, aged 91 years; born in, lianas), 

Newfoundland. Survived by her _ .. — 

husband, Lewis G„ at home; her, r ....... D r 

daughter, Mrs. N. S. (Elsie); Ladysmith, B.C. 

Noel, victoria; six sons, Ernest | Ladysmith Funeral 


Chapel 


LADIES' AUXILIARY 
to the 
London Boxing 
BINGO 

Every Friday, 7:30 p.m. 
Curling Rink 
1952 Quadra 
Admission $1 
6 Cards for $2 
20 Games Minimum $16 
2 at $25 
1 at $50 
1 at $100 
Door Prizes 
and 

Good Neighbor Games 
Free Bus — Refreshments 
Available 

Everyone Welcome 
PLEASE NOTE 


“CAREER MEN” 

HOMEFINDERS OFFER 
YOU A RUNNING- 
START ON A cereer in 
Real Estate Sales. An in¬ 
struction class to help 
vou pass your Pre- 
Llcensing Course ANO at 
the same time training 
In how to "sell" Real 
Estate. "Best Paid Hard 
Work in the World." A > 
personal interview is 
yours. Call Sales Super¬ 
visor, 386-1491. 

Shirley Phllps' Homeflnders Ltd. 

WE HAVE: 

TOP TRAINING 
TOP TUTORING 
TOP COMMISSIONS 
TOP 'LOCATION 
TOP PARKING 
FACILITIES 

We will select 4 trainees to sell 


STEP UP TO A 
BETTER FUTURE 

Do you want financial security and 
Independence? Let me show you 
how you can earn thousands of 
dollars sailing Real Estate. An In¬ 
terview today could change your 
entire future. If selected you will 
be given complete on-the-iob train¬ 
ing In a program which is consid¬ 
ered one of the best In the Reel 
Estate Industry, it Includes field 
work, study courses, as well as 
formal schooling. Through this 
program men and women without 
any prior experience have become 
successful sales people. For fur¬ 
ther information and an interview 
| call Eric Saffcr, recruiting end 
sales training manager, Well and 
Redekop Realty Ltd., 1820 Blen¬ 
shard Street, 386-8321. 

LICENSED REALTORS 

SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY 
TO SELL IN SPECIALIZED 
FIELD. YOUR LISTINGS 
PROVIDED. JOIN AN ENER¬ 
GETIC SALES TEAM. BRISK 
MARKET REQUIRES ADDI 
TIONAL REALTORS IMMEDI¬ 
ATELY. CONFIDENTIAL IN¬ 
QUIRY, CALL DON WHYTE 
OR ALEX GOWER, 592-2407. , 

Whyte end Gower. 

Oak Bay Properties Ltd., 

2227 Oak Bay Ave. 


LADIES! 

Let me teach and show you how 
you can earn executive income 
! (commission plus bonus) selling 
Real Estate. Just for fun cell me 
now, you may be pleasantly sur- 


ACCURATE TYPIST, GOOD 
knowledge of English, to learn 
IBM composer, In established 
commercial printing shop. Stsady 
position. Aga no barrier. Reply 
Victoria Press, Box 195, stating 
age end experience. 

BOOKKEEPER. EXPERIENCED, 
able to work with little or no 
supervision, mature, dependable 
person for smell office. 4 hours 
per day, 5 days e week. Send de- 
talla to Vict oria P ress, Box 214. 

LADY REQUIRED FOR MOTEL 
cleaning work. Gorgs area. 
Steady employment, 5 or 6 days 
per week. Must have good refer¬ 
ences. For Interview, please call 


now, you may , entes. t 

prised how easy Reel Estate can | *jg.a925. 

be with the right teacher. Eric i --- 

Setter - Sales Training Manager, FLORAL DESIGNER REQUIRED, 
Wall and Redekop Realty Ltd., experienced end proficient In all 
1820 Blenshard, 386-8321. phases of shop operation. Write in 

-——-’ confidence, stating experience and 

i salary expected. Victoria Press 
! Box 256. 


BOOKKEEPER-TYPIST, PART- 
time or full-time to work for con-| EXPERIENCED HAIRDRESSER, 
structlon firm. Fully experienced,; permanent. Excellent opportunity, 
or will train If have business dlplo- 1 Annas Taylor Beauty Salon, 1004 
ma. Apply giving details of expert-. Broad Street, 383-6015 (598-1849 

ence, education, marital status, evenings.) 

salary expected, copy of diploma,! TIA .p n ramima—T airw 
Anri crhnfil transcriot etc. All re- PART-TIMfc CLEANING LADY 

Pr?ss 5 Bo C x ly 294 ° n,l<,#< ' ,l * , ‘ Vk,0ri * pt?x Ulrt RelerenceV *Fo? m interv < iew 
press box l*e. SEm# call_ 385 - 3543 . 

PART-TIME SECRETARY-DIC- MATURE RELIABLE PERSON 
taphone typist retired Immediate- to babysit toddler my home. Gor- 
ly to perform secretarial duties for don Head *ro*- y [***d* y s, 8 a.m.-5 
an air conditioned modern down- P.m. Phone 477-8662 after 5 p.m. 


an air conditioned modern down¬ 
town one-girl office. Hours re¬ 
quired 1 p.m.-4:30 p.m. deify 
Monday through Friday, 
mencinsMgMi 


EXPERIENCED WAITRESS, 


rnrti i full time employment, shift work, 
mencing solar* $75 every two ft 01 '» "“twent L fd., 1900 Doug- 
weeks. Mall full defells Including l0S - 
Victoria 


telephone number to 
Press, Box 291. 


REAL ESTATE 


Bay and act as housakeaper. Good 
character references required, 
i Suitable for widow. We have two 
children ages 10 and 12. Salary 
$130 month and a nice room with 
.... ,v.,l. - .v „. .. wrtii .... ... . full board. Telephone 592-0282 In 

me fop product REAL ES- Would you like the challenge of a th « w « n j na , on i v 

TATE Call Shirley PhMps rewarding career with better then the eve nings only.- 

Homeflnders Ltd. and ask for average earnings? Why not call HOUSEKEEPER WANTED FOR 

Sales Supervisor for full particulars now, you may doctor's household. Three .children, 

386-2911 be pleasantly surprised how re- ages 9-3. Applicant should be look- 

-—.warding a Real Estate career can j n g for long term position, capable 

I be for a reliable and energetic, of affection or children and able 
GENTLEMEN! person. Call F. Marshall today for I to run a household. Write to 2331 


YOUNG DISABLED WOMAN RE- 
qulres live-in housekeeper atten- 

KINDLY ACTIVE WOMAN NEED- vfTcJJ 1 ! 1 ISii,} 175 * mon,h - Box 
ed to live in a lovely home In Oak 3,7 Sooke. 642-3424. 


MATURE L.P.N. AND NURSE'S 
aide required by retirement lodge. 
Apply before 3 p.m. 336 Slmcoe 
Street. _ 

BAKERY SALES CLERK, WITH 
management ability. Apply In per¬ 
son, Fairfield Bakery, 1560 Felr- 
fleld Rd. _ 

WANTED: CONSCIENTIOUS 
woman to do motel laundry end 
other related duties. Apply In per¬ 
son only, 260 Gorge East. 


a confidential Interview. You may McBride Crescent. Prince George n a n vcitt* wrVn~i unC 
be the one selected for fhe next 0 r phone area code 604-563-5562, wanted IMMEDI- 

Jpre-llcmsln.8 course._ | (Reverse chercesl alter 7:00 ».m._ J* 31 ^ 53 ! ^ 


I (Reverse charges) after 1 

RECEPTIONIST STENO 


Let me teach you how you can I Br . f 

earn executive income (commis-1 p douolas REALTY LTD 

, bon J' s) se l , . ,ln9 ^ eal Es ‘ 12 Centennial Square I Ktctrilumsi >icnu 'typist with samp nnnx 

tate. Just for fun call me now, you Phnn* 070 , Immediate opening for mature re- i yt“IS 1 WITH SOME BOOK- 

may be pleasantly surprised how_ Phone 385-8784 ,_ «ph5nlst sten? typing end switchr! ka fP in O experience. Delelled appll- 

aasy ? ea ' Es,a,a can ll be wi,h the , ADULTS board experlence VP requlred, short- ; catlon wantad - P -Q- ***• * 

I right teacher. Eric Setter — Sales { ADULTS wishing to augment their hand preferred, salary commensu- EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER, 

I Training Manager. Wall and Rede-, income may apply for a Dally Col- rate with experience. Please reply duties include switchboard Must 

» al,y Ltd., 1820 Blanshard. onisf route delivering to suites In | n writing to Mrs. Welz, Victoria be^ congenial; eHIcient?^K3l»S. 

386-8321. apartment buildings. As deliveries Real Estate Board, 1212 Broad-- 

are made in the early morning St., Victoria, B.C. (EXPERIENCED CHAMBERMAID, 

there is no interference with Apply 850 Blenshard between 2-4 


WANTED FOR THE 


POSITION I f 


of supervisor with Zurich Life. 


1 Thi« ic ~m rmm i Present occupation. Duties take 

1 u^irl2r.^: ea iK° PP ° r i^ ,y .IT® .'ban hours per day and 


DYNAMIC 


p.m. 

i.L* 


CIRCULATION 
REPRESBNTA1 IVES 
Ouncan, Cherrteinus. 

P. J. Roger:. 746-618 

Lake Cowlchan. P. Edwards ^ 

Ft. Alberni, Mrs. A. Niison 72. 
Nanaimo, R. Lakey_ SK 3-27 6’ 

DUNCAN BUREAU „ 

262 Station atraet (Hamilton Eie: 
trie Building). Office end ten 
phone hours, I p.m. to 5 p.n 
Monday to Friday, Inclusive. 

PHONE DUNCAN 746-6181 _ 

United Slates RRProjPhtanva- 
MATHEWS, SHANNON AND 
lULLEN, .ivv 

New Y 0 r x , dusion. Chtcag 
Detroit, PhiiedBiphib. Pllisburi,. 
Cleveland, Lyracuse, Charloi- 
Aiuma, Cincin nati „ _ 

c.-ASSi** LuU 

SERVICL 

FOR 

DUNC.W 

COWICHAN VALLEY 
CHEMAINUS RESIDE.'. I 
Classified Ads pi:oned ii» 
to our Duncan office 
. 46*6181 

before 3:30 p.m. will appeal 
In the following (!’. v ** * *' 


PERSONAL SERVICES 

33 Bands, Musicians ano Orches¬ 
tras 

40 Business Personals 
43 Dandno 
42 Education 
71 Music Teachers 
39 Psrsonals 
32 Trsds Schools 
38 Trsve* 

MERCHANDISING 

83 Aircraft 
117 Antiques 
78 Bicycles 
80 Boats and Marine 
65 Building Supplies 
93 Cameras, Supplies and Photo 
Finishing 

127 Chicks, Poultry, Hatching 
Eggs Supplies 

135 Farm implements 
12 riorlsts 
60 Fuel 

97 Furniture 
120 Garden Supplies 
99 Groceries, Meat and Produce 

1JQ Heavy Equipment end Machin¬ 
ery 

128 Livestock, Supplies and Events 
.00 Miscellaneous for Sale 
103 Miscellaneous Wanted 
109 Miscellaneous to Rent 

77 Motorcycles 
7C Musical Instruments 
1 25 Pets and Supplies 
96 Ranges, Steves and Furnaces 
92 Sporting Goods 
115 Swaps 
63 Timber 

98 TV, Stereo, Radio Sales and 
service 

112 Wanted to Rent. Miscellaneous 
AUTOMOTIVE 

164 Auto Boav Work end Painting 
162 Auto Repairs, Service end 
Towing 

168 Campers and Trailers 
166 Cars and Trucks Wanted 
150 Cars for Sale 

111 Foreign, import and Sports 
Cars 

169 Mobile Homes end Parks 
149 New Car Directory 
160 Parts, Accessories 
158 I ires 

154 Trucks and Buse: 

'56 U-Drve and Auto Washing 
ACCOMMODATION 
185 Convalescent and Rest Homei 
175 Hotels 

1 78 Sommer Resorts 
'ui Tcurist Accomodation 

RENTAL 

201 Apartments to Rent, Furnished 

200 Apartmenis lo Rent, Unfur- 
nisheo 

203 Apanmants wanted 

206 Duplexes to Rent 

207 Duplexes Wanted to Rent 

202 Furniture to Rent 
215 Hells Warenouses, Stores and 

Offices to Rent 

197 Housekeeping Rooms to Rent 
199 Housekeeping Room* Wanted 

211 Houses to Rent, Furnished 
210 Houses to Rent, Unfurnished 

212 Houses Wanted to Rent 

190 Room and Board 

191 Room end Board Wanted 

193 Rooms to Rent 

194 Rooms Wanted 
FINANCIAL 

155 Automobile Financing and In* 
surance 

233 Mortgage Loans and Insurance 

234 Mortgages tor Sale 
230 Pe'sunal Loons and Insurance 
125 Wanted to Borrow 
KEAC ESTATE 

280 Acreage tor sale and Wanted 
f t B sines* Opportunities 
?41 Business Opoortunities Wanted 
10 Churches 

247 Commercial or Industrial Pro¬ 
perties 

258 Condominiums and Townhouse* 

251 Country Homes and Properties 
/’> Exchange Real Estate 

293 Farms for Sale and Wanted 
1 263 Oarages for Sale, Rent, Want¬ 
ed 

29J Gulf islands Properties 
1 25D Houses for Sale 

201 Houses Wanted to Buy 
275 Listings Cancelled 

Listings Wanted 

Lots for Sale . fhrou ai 

294 Mainland and Out of Province ■ r » 

Dmn.rlU, ° ^ • 8 


and Harry in Newfoundland, 
Rev. Bertrem, in New Bruns¬ 
wick, Capt. Roy, Thetis Island, 
B.C., Jack in England, end Ed¬ 
mund in Toronto; 15 grand¬ 
children and seven great¬ 
grandchildren; also one brother, 
Harry Stuckless in New¬ 
foundland. 

Funeral service will be held on 
Friday, September 15 at 1:30 p./n. 
from St. Lukes Anglican Church, 
Cedar Hill Cross Road, Arch¬ 
deacon Charles E. F. Wolff of¬ 
ficiating. Cremation. Flowers 
gratefully declined. HAYWARDS 
FUNERAL CHAPEL, directors. 


Chapel (Sands), 245-2331 


Our New you. Call Mr. E, Roynolds *t » r u,iS a P »i)h oK™ rjmlnss T»lk to Shirley Phtlusl EXPERIENCED DININS ROOM 

Bingo Night Starting Next ' :M •••"’■ '* " onv] *>S lo vSIrP^L Boy MT; f- 60 "!- » real M, » ,e «reer. | weltres, tor eyenlna. Aooly toil 

Week at Club Tango Will Be 
Monday, Sept. L8th. 


i 386-2911. 

Shirley Philps' 


Homeflnders Ltd. 


REGISTERED OR GRADUATE 
nurse tor night duty In large pri- 


Nnnaimo, B.C. 

Westwood Chapel of Flow¬ 
ers (Sands). 753-2032 


_ _ __ to it a.m. 

morning. i 

TWO AGGRESSIVE SELF- CAREER IN 

guarding used car salesmen tor RKAL ESTATF 

- large used automobile dealership. .. . . ' , - ... .... 

MYSTERY TOURS Must be well mannered and neat. If .VOU are sales minded, in- vate hospital. Experienced 

Leave V.l. Coach Lines depot at Previous experience preferred. Au- tAllicrpnf anri tirpH nf Hull oeriatrles, not essential, but an ad- 

-- .. - along with the s a urea ° uu vantage. This is e permanent posi- 

-- ___ts. Apply sales routine, dial 598-1413 for re- tion of 4 nights on duty, 4 nights 

710 Douglas Street. manager. Garden City Auto Sales off. Apply In person to the matron, 

Ltd., 2978 Doualas. corded message on the Richmond Heights hospital. 3690 

facts. Jack Mears Oak Bay Richmond Road. 


1:30 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 17; returns tomobile supplied _ 

5:00 p.m. $2.95 Includes tea. Call usual fringe benefits, 

385-4411. 710 Douglas Street. manager, Garden 

ST. PHILIPS^ LADIES GUILD y d ” »78 DouaH s.- 

Rummage Sale. Also sale of books, /u»f n rfquirfd for rmi d 

- good condition. 2928 Eastdowne care work with emotionally dis- Realty Ltd., 727 Johnson 

Independent, Family Owned J oad ' Saturday, September 16 at 9 turbed children. The work ^s de- Street 

and Controllpd Sunrlx «iinr»P a —‘___.i mending and fulfilling involving anj _1_ 

W.A. SPCA COFFEE PARTY l L m S n i t0 «r Cl .ifiSi* MARRIED COUPLE REQUIRED 


1912. 


MCPHERSON — In Victoria, B.C , 
on. September 11, 1972, Mr. 

James McPherson, age 61 years. 
Born In Glasgow, Scotland, and 
had been a resident of Victoria 
for the past 24 years, residing at 


McCALL BROS. 
Funeral Chapels 
1400 Vancouver Street 
385-4465 - 385-4466 - 385-4467 
Recommended by so many 
to relatives and friends . . . 
the Name is Assurance. 


i The Douglas Room at the Bay, 
! 1701 Douglas Street, Victoria, B.C., 
on Friday, September 15»h, 1972, 
from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. 

RUMMAGE SALE, AT THE INN, 
1528 Cook St., 10 a.m. Sept. 16. 
Sponsored by Lodge Victoria for 
Gorge Hospital Charity. 

20 LOST AND FOUND 


AVON CALLINCyf-r 

CHILDREN BACK TO SCHOOL? 
You can earn while they learn. 
Be an Avon Representative. 
You'll have your own busi¬ 
ness, your own hours, your 
own earnings. Call now: Mrs. 
S. Burkinshaw 384-7345. 


Pandora, 10 a.m.-12 noon. 


HOME IN LANGFORD RE- 
quires light housekeeper end com¬ 
panionship, 478-3783. _ 

DINING ROOM WAITRESS- ONLY 
experienced need apply. For ap¬ 
pointment phone 598-4556. 

W A N~r¥l 61 EXPERIENCED 
cashier. Apply Plaza Restaurant, 
1175 Douglas. 

EXPERIENCE D TELEPHONE 

solicitors, to work from own home. 
592-2662, between 9-12 a.m. 


WAITRESS WANTED. PLEASE 
reply Bel-Air Restaurant, 1708 
Douglas St. 


rtiv home. J92-0504. 

WAITRESS, PART-TIME, SID- 
ney, experienced only. 656-4717. 


Preferably with a B.A. or experi- , or 5i. ljn it » D . r i. 

Send’ resume 8 with° so^nafr menf block ln Campbel1 River, 
send resume wirn personal parficu- rv,«u. » n inrim-u a »nprai maint* 

lars to Victoria Press Box 275. nance of ground and building, pre-_S. Burk inshaw 384-7345. MATURE NURSE'S AIDE .. 

SALES REPRESENTATIVE Paction of suites, min«>r repairs, SAR A COVENTRY DIRECT ? 0 u j rad for * ma " r#st home ' 

(Vancouver Island), part-time po- 8nd collectfon of rent. Applicants Sellers of Exclusive costume iew- 388-?760. _ 

sition selling police and fire equip- personable and able to] ellery requires 2 managers, plus rary«;ittfr eno nsy r&op 

ment to government and indus- deal with public. References will veries. Your hours. 478-4258, BABY5,TTER F0R DAY CARE, 

tries. Car essential. Suited to re- be , ’’ eq ‘J ,r l f. d a r d a PP |, c ap, s must, full time and part time sales per- 

cently retired R.C.M.P. member, be bomlebie. Apply In own hand- sonnel immediately. Earn while you 

WEDNESDAY - — — Box 4,94 Station "A", Victoria. ?£ q • xp 5 0 n' e ?- ce learn - N <> Investment, no deli- 

508 Rldgebank Crescent. He A!CHROTH, Mr. Ernest LOST: GORDON HEAD AREA, D | NER C00 k FOR CONTINEN SVj' i,ic S , J : 0rt5 ,0 Box 489 ' CampbeM 382-0925 9-5 p.m. 

leaves his wife, Barbara; daugh-. INQUEST, 7:M p.m.—FLORAL lar ® e black cat - wearing yellow!tai dlnlna roam Good for K V#r ' _ CONGENIAL HniKFkFFPFB 

ter. AAarle, at home; one brother CHAPEL L collar with name and phone UP TO $2,000 PLUS PER MONTH fnr «.iA»riv L a.MUm.n 

brother 6 in**ScoUan^'ind^ne THURSDAY 2^477 m2 P' aaaa 3 pT - 11 ?m MuThave oSJd We want people who are: serious! ,|°g hf ho^keeo^ ln . “convSSlent 

bSh^ In South Africa ° McKECHNIE, Mr. David Phone 477-3783. background. Apply 1021 Pandora, *! ,l E| #d! w,l, ' n ® ,0 make . a bungalow with attractive garden to 

Servke will be held l!‘the Sands PRIVATE GRAVESIDE-ROYAL LOST; SANDY-GREY CAIRN 10 a.m. - 12 noon. ^ *hrino "va In, $100 month. Victoria Press 

r't? r,U ? r rhi m,, * d "r?71S2 al HUNT M UR 'p L PAR m vfcinftv o^McKanzI^Ave ^School’ WA NTED: SHAKE APPLICA- home up to $2,000 per month. Send Box 24 ’ 

Chapel of Chimes on Thursday.: HUNT, Mrs. nf sn 1 ,ors for housing project In Duncan, a brief resume to P.O. Box 5234. 

September 14, 1972, at 3:00 o : m. 1.15 p.m.—FLORAL CHAPEL Rewarl. Call 388-7377 or 479-5452. by C0n | raC f or by the hour Call Station B, Victoria 

Sr° h 7^(S n#,rUC,i0n Ud - 74MM3 ‘GOOD “NEWS FOR EVELYN 

- - Wood Reading Dynamic graduate. 

DRIVER SALESMAN REQUIRED Due to ragld growth, full time 
for linen _supply route. Reply to position available involving public 


Interment In Royal Oak Burial ■ EASTON, Mrs Irene D 
Park. Flowers gratefully declined. 3.-00 p.m —FLORAL CHAPEL 
Those so desiring may contribute T n BE ANNOUNCED 
fo the G. R. Peerkes Clinic for WEHRLE Mr Charles 
• • -KiMrnn -> 07 n w«rn w. Lnaries 


(LOST: BAY AND FERNWOOD, 18 
month brown and black strioed ' 
. tabby cat. 385-5198. 


Handicapped Children, 3970 Hero 
Road, Victoria, B.C. 


1 LOST COOK AND BEACON HILL 


CHAPLINS 
FUNERAL CHAPEL 
1155 Fort Street 


Park, tawny puppy, 
I cense 1748, 384-5267. 


Saanich LI- Victoria Press, Box 297 stating 1 relations. Prefer sales experience. 


MUIR — In Victoria. B.C., on Sep __ 

a, Mr ,h# jos*oh lnb ep«f'denfly owned and operated 
Thomas Muir of 1194 -°- SeP ” Offerlno dianifUd funeral uruir. 
Road in his 49»h year 


Palmer, 0f,crinfl di Bh | f | « b funeral service 
1196 maimer ■ *|, hln fhe mtaps ^ a ,| 

314-5512 


. born in 

Princeton, B.C., on November 
19, 1922; a resident of Victoria 
for fhe past 30 years. He leaves 
his wife, Mildred, at home; two 
sons, Gary and Ronald of Vic¬ 
toria; his mother, Mrs. A, 

Burses*, of Syrr«, BX.ll sorvice at Moderi«"coil 
brother and sister-in-law, Robert pre-NEED AT NEED 

and Mel, Courtenay, B,C„ and SHIPMENTS 

his sisters, Mrs. R. Barrie, Sur- , 62 j Quadra St. 
rey, B.C., and Mrs^ 0. Wick- 


_ 384-8626 

THOMSON & IRVING 
Funeral Chapel 

Est. 1906 - Formerly of Winnipeg 
A Dignified end Understanding 


previous employment and experi¬ 
ence. 

LOST ONE PAIR BLACK RAIN - - 

pants near Mayfair Shopping FULLY QUALIFIED ACCOUN-' 
Centre, 382-8025. ,anf required by carpet company, 1 

feri—I Good salary for right person, over 
LOST: SILVER TABBY NEU- 25. Call Mrs. Large. 479-7121. 
fared male, green collar with bell. — 

Oak Bay area. 592-1845. BARBER WANTED, PART TIME, 


Monthly guarantee plus opportuni¬ 
ty to earn more. Call 384-8121 for 
interview. Ask for Mrs. Kennedy. 


CARETAKER 

wanted for smell Apartment Block. 

.... . „„, . Moss and Rockland area. 

u .„ c v _.. . „ e , for old age pension shop, apply 836 VICTORIA PRESS, BOX 286 

HAVE YOU LOST YOUR CAT? Yates Sf. or phone 383-5788 after 5 

Homes wanted. CPL. 598-5731. D .m. !__ ___ 

P6T> -HpMK PART-TIME. JANITOR WANTED. IncumJ by l.moV 

e x pe_nence d in floors and ftntlng toys and gifts to stores on 


SPCA. 388-6627. 


Must 


LOST; LARGE WHITE MALTESE windows <79-5733 


Strom, Kamloops, B.C. Mr. Muir 
served overseas during the Sec 
ond World War with the First; 
Regiment, Paratroopers. 

Service will be held In the Sands! 
Mortuary Limited. "Memorial; 
Chapel of Chimes," on Friday, | 
September 15, 1972. at 1:00 p.m.,' 
Rev. A. Calder officiating. Inter¬ 
ment in the Royal Oak Buria': 
Perk. 


HAYWARD'S CHAPEL 
Ready to carry out the family's 
wishes, quietly, sympathetically, 
with efficiency and dignity. 

386-3505 

734 Broughton St. 
R EGINALD HAYWARD MGR. 

FIRST MEMORIAL SERVICE~ 
Undertakers for the Memorial 
society of B.C. - 384-/04 1 


dog, Cordova Bay area. 658-5348. 

Phone 384-2612 FOUND"- BLACK FAR-SIGHTED STI'Um 0 
women's glasses. Call 385-3S25. 


j part-time commission basis. Car 


WANTED, EXPERIENCED! essentlel. Up-lslend replies solid- 
grill cook for modern dining room. fed. Victoria Press, Box 272 


EXPERIENCED LADY WANTED 
for night work in rest home. 
Phone 385-4346. 


RELIABLE LOVING CARE FOR 
l-yr.-old boy, my home. 385-0595. 


DOMESTIC HELP, 1 DAY 
week, south Oak Bay. 383-6015. 


BOOKKEEPER- 


PART TIME 
Sfeno. 65 6-5102. _ 

WAITRESS WANTED. APPLY IN 
person 1213 Douglas Street. 


LOST; 5-MONTH-OLD 
kiffen. Gorge area. 383-0244. 


! 


SLAG BOOMAt Sidney, B.C. 
September 11, 1972, Mrs. Anthon- 
ia Slagboom, age 87 years. Born 
in Dordrecht, Holland, and had; 
been a resident of Sidney, B.C., 
for the past eight years, residing 
’ 10109 Resthaven Drive. She i 


11 


MONUMENTAL 


STEWART MONUMENTAL 
Works Lfd. 
ESTABLISHED 1896 
Memorial of Distinction 

... Marble fireplace end tabletops 

leaves her loving husband, Sand-, 1403 /^ iy $t. 384-3452 

er, at home; son, Taco, Victoria,; --- 

B.C.; brother, Gerrlf. Kelfkens, MORTIMER'S MONUMENTS 
Holland; several nieces and ESTABLISHED 1877 

nephews. "The Finest in Craftsmanship'.' 

Private service will be held In 633 DAVID ST. 383-642I 

the Sends Funeral Chapel of --- 

Roms. Sidney. B.C.. on Thursdsv, FLORISTS 

September 14, 1972, at 10:30 a.m.,_ __ 

P.ltor B Glllero’h oltlcletlno. in REAL FLOWERS FADE 

ferment In Royal Oak Burial Park. b „f 

THE MEMORY LASTS 
Funeral Flowers expertly designed 
WOODWARDS FLOR.STS 
*7 


I LOST - IN LAKE HILL AREA: 
5-month-old male Lab. 479-4178. 

11 MALE HELP WANTED 

1 7ADVERTISEMENTS IN 
THIS CLASSIFICATION 
MUST COMPLY WITH 
THE 

BRITISH COLUMBIA I 
HUMAN RIGHTS ACT 
SEE COLUMN I 

THE~DRUM AND BUGLE~BAND 
of Sea Cadet Corps "Rainbow" 1 
requires a qualified instructor-1 
leader. Any experienced person I 
who would like to volunteer his 
services to work with youth and 
help perpetuate the excellent, 
record of this band is requested to 
contact the Victoria Branch. Navyi 
League. Phone R. Caflow, 598-1628 
any evening or Rainbow Barracks, 

: Robert Street, Tuesday evening* 


nwr-FP HEAVY DUTY MECHANIC RE 
- quired with logging equipment ex¬ 

perience. 386-9141 8:30-5. 


EXPERIENCED COUPLE AS 
house parents for intensive child 
care home. Combined salary. Ap¬ 
proximately $1,000 per month ne¬ 
gotiable. Written resume required. 
BRICKLAYER REQUIRED TO Write P.O. Box 111 Kimberly, B.C. 
construct small block storage -■ 

room 479-2684 MATURE, TO SERVICE OUR 

present gift and card store ac- 
RETIRED MACHINIST FOR counts and extend our exclusive 
part-time manufacturing of air- line of hand crafted candles to 
craft parts. 656-3058. other dealers. Leonard Manufac¬ 

turers, Kent Apartments, 384-6511. 


STEVENSON . — Hilda Napier, 
peacefully, in Victoria on . Seo- 635 Fort 
te nber 12. 1972. Survived by her 
grand-niece, Miss Cecylla Podos- 


PHONE 

DIRECT 

386-2121 

TO 

PLACE 

YOUR 

CLASSIFIED 

AD 


Properties 
773 Property for Sale 
274 Property Wanted 
« Revenue Property 
245 Revenue Properties Wanted 
■31 Uo-islend Properties 
256 Waterfron* Properties 


of Ottawa, and bv many cous¬ 
ins and friends. Miss Stevenson 
served as a , Nursing Sister In 
First and Second World Wars. 
Graveside service will be held 
Friday, September 15, at 1 p.m. at 
Hotley Memorial Gardens. Col¬ 
wood. Flowers gratefully declined. 
Donations may be made to a char¬ 
ity of vour choice. Arrangements 
ugh the Memorial Society of* 
and First Memorial Services 


COMING EVENTS 
ANO MEETINGS 


Lfd. 


SAANICH LIONS 
BINGO 

O.A.P HALL 
GOVERNMENT ST. 

FRIDAY, Sept. 15 


.WE OFFER A MANAGEMENT 
3S4-S#14 training program with good salary 
-— ] fo a finance man with 6 months to 
3 year's experience in lendinq or 
collections. Zhere is a position 
available no# Cell Mr. Molner or 
Mr. Craiq at the Bank of Nova 
Scotia, 388-4441. 


CARPENTER WANTED, $4.50 1 
: hour or contract. 598-1611. 

23 MALE OR FEMALE 
HELP WANTED 

| “advertisements dST 

THIS CLASSIFICATION 
MUST COMPLY WITH 
THE 

BRITISH COLUMBIA 
HUMAN RIGHTS ACT 
SEE COLUMN 1 

OPPORTUNITY 
FOR A CAREER IN 
REAL ESTATE 
ATTENTION: 
COLWOOD, LANGFORD 
METCHOSIN and SOOKE 
RESIDENTS 

We require new sales people for 
our new Colwood office. If you ere 


APPLICATIONS INVITED FOR 
position desk clerk, city hotel. 
Some experience on cash register 
desirable but not essential. Apply 
I Victoria Press, Box 279. 
REPRESENTATIVE” REQUIRED 
for local office, experienced in real 
estate or mortgage preferred, but 
not essential. Send complete re¬ 
sume to Victoria Press Box 120. 

experTe NCED DINING ROOM 
waitresses; also delivery boy or 
girl for Peacock Restaurant, Sid¬ 
ney. 

WANTED: GRILL COOK, 2 P.M.-8 
p.m. permanent position. Please 
apply In person 9-12 a.m. Brand's 
Restaurant. 


HELP WANTED 
qeese. 383-8060. 


TO PROCESS 


FEMALE help 
WANTED 


NOTICE 

OF COPYRIGHT 

K ill, complete ano sole copyright 
n any advertisement produced bv 
'Ictorle Press Lfd. is vested In, 
-nd belongs to Victoria Pres- 
,.rd., provided, however, tha 
oovrlght IN THAT PART AND 
THAT PART ONLY of any suer- 
-dvertlsement consisting of lllus 
rations, borders, signatures or 
;imi1ar components which Is, O' 
ire, supplied to Victoria Press 
Ltd. by fne advertiser In the form 
of engravings, matrices, casts, 
etc. and Incorporated in said 
tdvertlsement shall remain In and 
belongs to the advertiser. 


10th GAME $50 
20th GAME $100 


Proceeds for 
Charity Activities 


TIMMINS — On September 12, 

1972, in Nanaimo Regional Hos¬ 
pital, Mrs. Elizabeth, ot 1778; 

Elgin Road, in her 94th year; 
widow of William Timmins. Born. 

In. Staffordshire, England, end! 
came fo Nanaimo in 1909. A resi-, 
dent of Victoria for ftie pest' 
seven years. Survived by one HORSE RACING, VANCOUVER 
son. James of Nanaimo; five v.l. Coach Lints Race Track Spe- 
daughters, Mrs. J. (Marian I C ial leaves Saturday. Sept. 16 end 
Kealst and Mrs. R. B. (Helen) every Saturday, 9:00 a.m., return* 
McDougall of Nanaimo, Mrs. L.,9:15 p.m. $7 each Includes trens- 
J. (Esther) Cerlsen, Mrs. G. portatlon and ferry tolls. Call 
Sadia) Newberry end Mrs. T. 383-4411. V.l. Coach Linas Ltd. 710 
H. (Paarle) Hutchinson of Vic- Douglas Street 
torla; 12 grandchildren and It 1 


LIFF INSURANCE SAIFCAAAW "* , " w "’ "«”* W*»ie uw ADVER iTSEMENTS IN 
S „ A oir S roX arT,r M C0 «, 0 : ,, S'v.r':Z°“,.V„ e i CLASSIFICATION 

h« P rt ri M nC * f . necas$ary - Must be ings and working in this quickly MUST COMPLY WITH 
bondable. Excellent salary plus expanding area, call in or phone 
commission and fringe benefits, for further information. A full time 
^°. r ..., ippo,n,m#nt p,easa c#n ,btbr will take you through the 
388-6681. pre-licensing course. 

APPLICATIONS BEING 
TAKEN NOW 

CALL ELWOOD NAULT 
MANAGER, at 478-5561 
or 388-4150 AND ARRANGE 
AN INTERVIEW 
BLOCK BROS. 

REALTY LTD. 

COLWOOD OFFICE 


STARTING TIME 7j30 P.M. We h.« P . 0 n RT o«nlo C » HA o N r' C . lull, 
qualified mechanic. Full company 
; benefits etc. For further Informa¬ 
tion, contact, Ken Park Toyota 


non, uvihvci, i\en rflrx 

Ltd. 723-3525 Port Alberni. 

EXPERIENCED EVENING DIN 
ING ROOM COOK. APPLY IN 
PERSON TO THE CHEF AT l .T- 
TLE HARRY'S RESTAURANT, 

HILLSIDE SHOPPING CENTRE 

PLUMBER WANTED FOR NEW 
construction. Steady employment OLDER COUPLE 


THE 

BRITISH COLUMBIA 
HUMAN RIGHTS ACT I 
SEE COLUMN I 

PERMANENT GRILL COOK; MA- 
lure person, able to assume re¬ 
sponsibility. night shift, weekends 
off. 788 Yetes. 

BABYSITTER WANTED FOR 8-1 
month-old girl. Monday-Friday. i 
Your home Colwood or ‘ 

Road area. 478-6877 after 5. 


Gorge 


for reliable, conscientious 
P.O. Box 4185, Sub Slat 
Seenlch. 


great-grandchildren. Also survlv-: HORSE 

ing ere two sisters in England Saturday, Sept. 


HORSE RACES 

__ Sept. 16th, Derby Day, 

end many nieces and nephews. 11-2-3 bus leaves B.C. Hydro ef 9:00 
Funeral arrangements are bv|A. M. returning 9:15 P.M. Fare 
Mt. Benson Funeral Home. Creme- 87.00 with frpe parking. Phone 
tion. No flowers by request. I 386-2000 to ensure bus seats. 


FRONT-END MEN 
Good opportunity for right men. 
Personal Interviews. 478-6714. 1651 
Island Highway. 


BARBER STYLIST. NEW LOCA- 
tion. Excellent potential, 
nershlp considered. 305-5213. 


for 10-unit motel. 2-bedroom suite 
with all utilities paid In return for 
caretaking. 478-1017. 


EXPERIENCED TAILORESS OR 
PREFERRED seamstress, immediate position. 


MATURE COUPLE WANTED 
for light duties in smell hotel. 
Free 1-bedroom suites end remun¬ 
eration. Victoria, Press, Box 233. 


Tailors, 2012 Oak Bay! 


Henry's. 

Ave. 

HOUSEKEEPER FOR WIDOW, I 
kindly, capable older woman, live 
In, references $100 month. Reply 
Victoria Press, Box 273. 


MATURE WOMAN — BABYSIT-, 
HELP WANTED ! ting, light housekeeping, overnight.; 

Part- Apple pickers and packers, wanted Bondable. Victoria Babysitting, | 
at Saanich Orchard. 652-2009. 1384-3243. 


COMMUNITY SERVICES 
INFORMATION DIRECTORY 


Adoption, Foster Care, Clilld Protection, 
Unmarried Parents: 

— Victoria, Oak Bay, Esquimau, Saanich 

and Central Saanich. 

— View Royal, Langford, Colwood, Sooke 
— Sidney, North Saanich, Gulf Islands - 
Alcoholism . .... ...... 

Birth Control . .. 

Cool Aid 

Crisis Line (24 Hours) . 

Cowlchan Crisis Line .... 

Day Care, Family and Marriage Counselling 
Emergency numbers, see the inside cover of 
the Telephone Directory: 

Environmental Centre 

Family Allowance, Old Age Security and 
Guaranteed Income Supplement _.. .. 
Financial Assistance (Social Allowance and 
Supplement to Old Age Security): 

— Victoria . 

— Saanich." . _ 

— Oak Bay, Esquimalt, Langford, Col¬ 
wood, Sooke .. 

— Sidney, Central and North Saanich, 

Gulf Islands . 

Greater Victoria Assoc, for Retarded_ 

Handyman Service to Senior Gtizens 

Homemaker . _. 

Legal Aid — Criminal ... 

— Civil . 

Saanich Mental Health Centre 
Victoria Mental Health Centre 
Public Health (Pre-Natal, Well Baby, Im¬ 
munization anci V.D. Clinics; School 
Health Services; Sanitation Services): 

— Victoria, Esquimalt . 

— Saanich, View Royal .rrr—. 

Oak Bay .... .. 

Colwood, Metchosin . 


— Langford 

— Sidney . 

— Sooke . .. 

— Ganges . ... 

School Districts 

Community Information Officer . 

No. 61—Oak Bay, Esquimalt, Saanich, 

City of Victoria ... 

No. 62—Langford, Colwood, Metchosin, 

Port’ Renfrew . 

No. 63—Rural Saanich, Central Saanich, 
North Saanich, Siflney . 

Services for the Elderly 

Suicide Prevention . ... _ 

Information on Community Health, Welfare, 
Recreational, Educational and Cultural 

Services .... 

Volunteer Bureau .. 

Published Dally as a Public Service 


382- 5121 
478-5516 
656-3941 

383- 0415 

384- 0571 
383-1951 
386-6323 
748-8184 
382-5121 


388-0832 

388-3631 


384- 0571 

385- 4451 

478- 5516 

656-3941 

382- 4212 

383- 7515 
382-5135 

386- 1465 
382-6111 

479- 1602 
382-6111 


384-0571 

386-3251 

098-3311 

418-1757 

656-1188 

642-3122 

587*5424 

592-1211 

592-1211 

478-1781 

656-1111 

388-4268 

386-6304 


383-3133 

383-4424 


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l?Uti (Snlontit. 



cBruce 

Lowther 



Victoria at last has something it should have had 
years ago — a professionally-produced program of Vic¬ 
toria news—and I wtitfh Mike Adamson and Co. (5:30 
p.m. weekday^ Channel 6) the best of luck. 

I sat In the control .room for the first News Hour Vic¬ 
toria on Monday and may have been the jinx. Everything j 
went smoothly for more than 15 minutes until I said so 
out loud. Seconds later, the wrong film came up — Adam¬ 
son kindly took the blame — but the show got back on the 
rails and the smooth transition at 6 p.m. to News Hour 
from Vancouver was excellent. 

The first shows seem to‘ indicate the Adamson staff 
will shine in the feature area. Fine: Victoria viewers 
deserve balanced backgrounders on TV to complement 
the news and backgrounders daily in the newspapers, 
day. 

□ 

B U R E A U OF 
USELESS INFORMA- 
T IO N : Wednesday’s 
answer—Way back in 
television, Roger Moore 
starred in the Warners 
action series The Alas¬ 
kans and his co-star was 
Dorothy Provine. Nei¬ 
ther were very good and 
that was hefore The 
Saint and The Per -1 
suaders, which were I 
much better but still not 
great. 

Today’s question — 

Speaking of Dorothy 
Provine, she co-starred 
with Rex Reason and 
Donald May inr a 
Warners series that peo¬ 
ple still ask me about. 

Name it and ta clue) 

also name the Doan kleptomaniac. The nonmam- 
•Tones’ series on CBS •‘Marilyn. Chileen played the 
last fall that died in De- hulist was Bill Heywood and 
cember. Answers Fri- the amnesiac wan played by 
day. what’s-his-name.” 


Program Schedules for Thursday 


Victnri*. B.C., Thurs., September 14,1872 
» MUSICAL 

DOTBUMEN1S 


Programs lubject ta last mimita changes by Italians concerned. 


CBCJT 2 

KOMO 4 

KINO S 

CHEK 6 

K1KO 7 

Time 

CHAN • 

KCTS 9 Z 

KfNT It 

KVOS 12 

KTVW 13 


It's Your Set 

This Morning 

This Morning 
Movie 

vea 

Dinah's Place 
Concentration 

Canada A.M. (7) 
Good Morning 
Yoga 

Flintstones 

J. P. Patches 

Capt. Kengaroo 

lit* 

*:30 

s 

Canada A.M. (7) 
Good Morning 
Yoga 

Tracy Trouble 

Tales; Spanish 

Art Cart (9:45) 

Gamer Ted 

Price Is Right 

Cartoons 

Capt. Kangaroo 
.okers WVM 

Price Is Right 

Cartoons 

Prelect 13 

Mr. Dressup 

Giant; Helene 
Sesame Street 
Sesame Street 

Movie 

Movie 

Not Women Only 
Bewitched 

Sale of Century 
Hlywd Squares 
Jeopardy 

Who, What. Where 

Mr. Dressup 

Giant; Helene 

Ed Allen 

Hogan's Heroes 

Gambit 

Love of Life 

Where Heart Is 
Search for Tmrw. 

1 t:M 

10:3$ 

m 8 

11:3$ 

Eye Bet 

Green Acres 

Jean Cannem 

Jean Cannem 

Electric Company 
Work; Music 

Mlsc (11 r15) 
Sesame Street 

Jack LaLanne 

New Zoo Revnue 
Romper Room 
Romper Room 

Gambit 

Love of Life 

Where Heart Is 
Search for Tmrw. 

Prelect 13 

Prelect 13 

Stump Stars 

Joanne Carson 

Luncheon Date 
Luncheon Date 

Bob Switzer 
Gourmet 

Password 

Split Second 

All My Children 
Let's Make Deal 

Take Time 

Take Time 

Doctors 

Another World 

Noon Show 

Noon; Movie 

Movie 

Movie 

News 

As World Turns 
Guiding Light 

Edge of Night • 

M 

1 :M 

1 :M 

News; Pete 

Pete; Movie 

Movie 

Movie 

Sesame Street 
Craftsman 

Music Lessons 
Reach; Spanish- 

Three on Match 
Days of Our Lives 
Gourmet 

The Saint 

Merv Griffin 

Merv Griffin 

Merv Griffin 

That Girl 

Jill 

Paul Bernard 
-Dream of Jeannie 
Take 30 

Edge of Night 

Newlywed Game 
Dating Game 
General Hospital 
One Life to Live 

Peyton Return 
Somerset 

Mike Douglas 

Mike Douglas 

Movie 

Victoria Scene 

Take 30 

Edge of Night 

Many-Splendored 
Secret Storm 
Family Affair 
Green Acres 

2 :M 

2:31 

3:0# 

3:3$ 

Movie 

Somerset 

aarjEfr 

Anything Game 
Flintstones 

Beat the Clock- 
Hogan's Heroes 

Eve; Covers 
Covers; Images 

Hatha Voge 

Sesame Street 
Sesame Street 
Mister Rogers 
Electric Company 

The Saint 

Don St. Thomas 
Jonny Quest 
Brakemen BHI 

Meny-Splendored 
Secret Storm 

It's Your Bet 
Whet's. Mv Line? 

Fugitive 

Fugitive 

Three Stooges 
Superman 

Family Court 
Drop-In 

What's New? 

That Girl 

Love U.S. Style 

Ponderosa 

Ponderosa 

News 

Movie 

Movie 

Movie 

News 

Family Court 
Droifcln 

Beat the Clock 
Victoria News 

Movie 

Movie 

Movie 

Movie 

4:M 

4:3S 

S:M 

5:31 

Flintstones 

Gentle Ben 
Gilligen's Island 
Eddie's Father 

Cartoons 

Cartoons 

Favorite Martian 
Truth or Conseq. 

ToJeHTrvth 

Tony Vlsco 

Tony Visco 

Tony Visco 

F Troop 

Sportscene 

Hourglass 

Hourglass 

Maude 

Carol Burnett 

Carol Ournetf 
Telescope 

Irish Rovers 

News 

News 

News 

News 

4:0# 

News 

Buttons, Buddies 
U.S. Heritage 

Love Tennis 

Book Beat 

Dream of Jeannie 
That Girl 

Bev. Hillbillies v 
Whaf's My Line? 

Name of Geme 

To Tell Truth 
Issues '72 

Truth or Conseq. 
Doctor in House 

New* 

Owen Marshall 
Owen Marshall 

News 

Seattle Transit 
Seattle Transit 

7:00 

7:31 

Is 

«■! 

sll 

Prtc. 1 . Right 
Mery Tyler Moore 

Name of Game 
Name of Game 
Movie 

Mod Squad 

Mod Squad 

Mod Squad 

Mod Squad 

Flip Wilson 

Flip Wilson 

Ironside 

Ironside 

Carol Burnett 

Carol Burnett 
Lawrence Welk. 
Lawrence Welk 

The Waltons 

The Waltons 

Movie 

Movie 

8:00 

8:30 

9:M 

9:30 

Natl. Geograhlc 
Natl. Geographic 
George Kirby 

Here Come 70s 

Jean Shepherd 

Jazz Set 

Hlywd. Theatre 
Hlywd. Theatre 

Dragnet 

Merv Griffin 

Merv Griffin 

Merv Griffin 

The Weltons 

The Walfont 

Movie - 
Movie 

Movie 

Movie 

Movie 

The Baron 

Remember Time 
Encounter 

News 

News; Movie 

Owen Marshall 
Owen Marshall 
News 

Dick Cevett 

Dean Martin 

Dean Martin 

News 

Johnny Carson 

Emergency 

Emergency 

News 

News 

Movie 

Movie 

News 

Movie 

10:00 

11:30 

11:10 

11:30 

Ghost Story 

Ghost Story 

News 

News 

World Press 

Thirty Minutes 

News 

Untouchables 

Untouchables 

Movie 

Movie 

Rifleman 

Movie 

The Baron 

Ghost, Mrs. Muir 
Virginian 

Virginian 

Movie 

Movie 

Dick Cevett 

Dick Cevett 

Johnny Carson 
Johnny Carson 

Movie 

Movie 

Movie 

Movie 

12:00 

12:30 

Movie 

Movie 


News 

Movie 

Movie 

Virginian 

Movie 


BUSINESS) SERVICES 
AND DIRECTORY 


BACK TO SCHOOL 
SPECIALS 

Organ and Pianos from $ 2 M 
_ _ GLEESON MUSIC 
?07 Fort 1 __318-943? 

«EG. STONE ORGAN CONCERT 
WED. SEPT. 20 I P.M., NEW- 
COMBE AUDITORIUM. COMPLI- 
M E N T A R Y TICKETS, 1517 
QUAORA, 313-023*. 


RENT TO OWN 
Pianos 

From $15 Monthly 
SCOTT PIANO ANO ORGAN 
417 Fort . _304-4023 

NELSON’S MUSIC CENTRE 
Sales - Service - Instruction 
1320 Broad St. 385-9728 


Carols and Linoleum 


36 BUSINESS SERVICES 
AND DIRECTORS 

Dressmaking 

D R E SSMA KI NO, KNITTING”AND 
crochet, also alterations. Good fit 
tings guaranteed. 3834)179. 


BRIDAL RENTALS, COSTUMES 
formals dressmaking. 28 Burnside 
W 385-1542 Fashion Craft Shop. 


29 SITUATIONS WANTED 

MALE 

I DUTCH LANDSCAPER i 
Complete gerdening and landscap¬ 
ing service, including clean up, *— - — 

rearranging, pruning, tree re- LUXURIOUS NYLON SHAG 
! moval, new lawns, rock walls, 4-tone tweed effect, 5 colors. Now 
natural stone work, fencing, supply $10.95 sq. yd., Reg. $14.95 sq. yd. 
of nursery stock, etc. 385-1541. ACRILAN TWIST, $9.95 SQ. YD. 

POINTING IS OUR SPECIALITY, CARPET? ANGLINGS LTD. 
yard dean-up, gardening, but we. 715 PANDORA AVE. 386-2401 
can do almost anything. Bill and 

Denis, 383-4457 or 592-9088 tar pel Cleaning 

PAINTER, INTERIOR EXTERI- - 

or homes or apartments. 30 years CARPETS NEED CLEANING? 

•* P • r I e n c e . Phone 383-0034, For the most effective on location 
382-2324, Steve. cleaning call 

Englishman; married, «.I s J c T,Zno‘?o ao<> 

experienced route supervisor. Cler- XL-.rial an-gniixi 1 

3uW S "" S - * d>D ' ab "' PHONE wAu 

BUILD - REPAIR - REMODEL Cement 

Additions, alterations, carpentry, 

tiling. Insulation, gutters, etc. repna tpaapnt PiNicumr OLDER HOMES REWIRtU — NO terior 
GERDA CEMENT FINISHING. down oavme nf. We finance through t>rusn 


Drywall 


PACIFIC DRYWALL CO. WALL- 
board, tape, texture, and spatter- 
cote 383-7820. 


mm t 

86 BUSINESS SERVICES 
AND DIRECTORS 

Painters and Decorator* 
ISLAND 
DECORATORS 
Painters 

Spray 


Paperhangera 1 licensed 
P ainters centre, quiet - 


40 BUSINESS PERSONALS 

SENIOR CITIZENS 
Free labour for handymen work In 
your home. Interior and exterior 
painting, leaking taps, faulty 
switches, broken windows, steps 
and fence repairs, etc. Federal 
Local Initiatives Project. 383-7515. 


RELAXATION 
- restful — complete 
~ privacy. For information and ap- 

Plaster Repairs pointment call between 9 a.m. - 12 

Convenient Time Payments 1 0000 wgkd«y»> 314-7734. _ 

383-9059 Eves. 382-1479 ..free_lectur€ 


Electrical Contractors 


BROTHERS PAINTING 
AND DECORATING 
Free appraisals, color consultant. 


How to Quit Smoking 
8 p.m. Monday, Sept. 18 
8 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. <0 
YM-YWCA Lounge, Victoria 


386-9930. 


In- 


?!!!..»!“ rlLULtrUfi' 1i.m°*i,L POWDER POST BEETLES. TER 
mi, «s and other pests are destruc- 
Sm\9 T five Avoid cosfly control. 

Work.gu ara nteed. 383-8112. _ Professional Ecological Services 

384-0222 


383-8112 l 

TED HILL-TOUT 


65 BUILDING SUPPLIES 

STEWART and HUDSON 
Building Supply Centre 


PAINT BARGAINS 
Exterior White Latex 
Exterior White Oil Paint 
Interior White Latex 


Gal. 3.99 
Gal. 3.99 71 

Gal. 3.99' - 


'COHN” — The only instrument 
with true organ tone. 

REGINALD STONE 
1517 Quad ra 3834)239 

PARAGON MUSIC 
Guibransen and Kimball Organs 
Hlllslda Shopping Mall 385-527) 
25 ACRES OF FREE PARKING . 

BOOSEV AND HAWKES TRUM 
pel with cast, metronome, music 
stand, some music, Utile used. $90 
th e lot. 4 77-4291. 

COMPLETE PA SYSTEM* !2~cbL- 
umns; 2 electro voice horns, elec¬ 
trovoice mike and stand, PA am- 
Plifitr 386-1076. _ 

STUDENTS. TENOR SAX- 
apbOne, "King”. Silver-gold; with 
•*cellent mouthpiece. Reasonable. 
3844)306. 

TWO 100 WATT R.M.S. TRANSIS- 
I »or bass or guitar amplifiers, new 

m d ms™ r ' n ™- ut5 eich 

VICTORIA SOUND CENTER 
Stratocasfer 

' »J? 5 I Map,a neck w,,h case 5350 
j 1315 Government 385-4842 

W A N T E D : SOPRANO ] SAX- 
ophone. Reasonable. 383-7006. 

P'AhO TUNER - TECHNICIAN 
NORMAN DUCKWORTH, 483-J083. 

AMPLIFIER WITH I” SPEAKER, 
excellent condition. $50. 479-3332. 


MUSIC TEACHERS 


FENCE STAIN 

Green—Red—brown 

V/ 2 " Rollers 
Brushes—Many sizes 
4” Stain Brushes 


ORGAN—PI ANO T TEACHING 
Now, possible to learn 2 years' basic 


to learn 2 years' 

CSSS xo&ift 

method. Play 


Per Gal. 2.79 AL teaching . 

.79 both hanas In 
Each .99 now at: 

’•»L, GLEESON MUSIC 


weeks. 


. new 
VISU- 
iv with 
Enquire 


GREEN VINYL CHAIN 
LINK FENCING 


Basements, sidewalks, driveways. 


MALE, 22, IS LOOKING FOR etc. 388-4806, 479-4756. 
steady employment. 384-5047 after 
I 5 p.m. 


Thursday Highlights 


ACCOUNTING, BOOKKEEPING, 
payrolls; weekly, monthly. Part 
time. 383-5473. 

PAINTING: HOUSES, STORES, 
apartments, warehouses, cedar 
shakes, roofs, stain. 3844)827. 


WEST COAST 
CEMENT FINISHING 
388-6960 


RESIDENTIAL REWIRING 
Electric heating, appliances 
stalled. Hydro financing. 

BUCKLE ELECTRIC 

479-3941 - 385-8082 --- -.- , , _ 

OLDER HOMES REWIRtU - NO I terfoT £fer?or"“-"wS or PROFESSIONAL PERSONALIZED 

. er, ° naoerina stor. - sewin » machine service in vour lPrA co cai l’ 

terms. For carefuP work aY*reast*»- ft"™--* Rogers, .4774126, any- 1 ?LASf5 SALE 
385- 7666 able prices, please call 598-4012. 

WEBB AND SON 


707 Fort 388-9632 

AQUARIUS MUSIC 


36'x50' Fence 
42*'x50' Fence 
48''x50' Fence 


ENROLLING NOW FOR 
Roll 24.97 instruction on most Instruments. 

?!!! ... M ., Pro,e!!, °" al tMchers. 

Roll SJ.97 3 S 4 W 2 m ESQUIMALT 

Beat the downtown traffic 


time. Collector of antiques. 


Cleanup Service 


ment work. Any odd jobs. 3824)179. 

TODAY’S BATCH of new shows and seasons involves man with TRUCK will 
th« following, and check the schedules for the times of ^ iob*- Experienced painter, 
your favorites: 

Channel 2, What’s New (for teens) at 5 p.m. and. dur- de^ E ^anti!«g E work N ? 85 - 2685 G ° R 
ing the evening, Carol Burnett and Telescope (starting casual work and painting 
with a look at the Vancouver Aquarium): Channel 4, Mod'General handyman. 383-8011 
Squad (see below) and Owen Marshall: Channel 5, Flip 30 SITUATIONS WANTED 
Wilson (with Pearl Bailey and Jack Benny), Ironside and 


LANDSCAPING, GARDENING, LET ME CLEAN YOUR YARD, 

drains, tiles, digging ditches. Ce- basement, garage and attic for the 

-*-•- - - usuable articles or bottles or any¬ 
thing you wish to pay me with. I _ - 

DO also do excellent gardening, lands- d.d.p. 
caping, tree and hedge trimming. 

Car removal, house. painting, roof¬ 
ing, and general maintenance. 

Gutter work, residential and com¬ 
mercial daily and weekly disposal 
service. Also will buy any article 
Will move anything any- 
wherd r very low fee. No charge 
lor di |ke. Call "Ollie.** 385-1661. 


McCOY ELECTP1C _ WEBB AND SON TYPING IN OUR HOME, PICKUP 

New and Older Homes 384-6827 - Papernanging, painting fnH book'lerrath^eoarts "m 39823 P * S 
Rewiring^E! Xpert—Electric^ Heating Quick, clean, reliable. First-class and book-length reports. 383-9823. 

workmanship. 30 years' experience HAVE YOUR HOROSCOPE PER- 
Vlctorla. Terms :f desired* sonally done, accurate, contiden- 

PAINTING AND DECORATING^ *'«)■ Call Rosheen, 383-0405. 
Reasonable rates. Satisfaction MRS. PAYN-JONES, TRANCE 
guaranteed. Terms. 382-7885, medium, questions answered, ad- 
479-2473. vice given. 386-3603. 


Patio Sliding Doors 
only 6 ' wide x 8 ' high, brown 


386-0822 or 479-7561 Eves. 

Fencing 


' wide x 6 ' 8 " 
' wide x 6 ' 8 " 


CHAIN LINK FENCING 
— Free Estimates — 
SIMPSONS-SEARS 
188-9 I I• 


CHAIN LINK FENCING 


ENTERPRISES - 385-1512 finishing. All work 
Reasonable. 384-6896 


STANFIELDS DECORATING BOOKKEEPING SERVICE FOR 
Painting, paper hanging, wood small businesses. Reasonable 
guaranteed, rates. 386-8528. 


FEMALE 


Dean Martin; Channel 6, Owen Marshall, Carol Burnett, mother of one child de 


Lawrence Welk and Emergency: Channels 7 and 12, 
sentimental Depression-family drama called The Wal¬ 
tons: Channel 8. the Brian Keith comedy Little People, 


sires housekeeping 
bly * 

dren. 


;eeping job. Prefera¬ 
bly one or two school-aged chil- 



PACIFIC FENCING, 592-4161 
Scree n blo ck —Ch ain link—Wood 

Floor banding 

JIM DUNCAN 
Floor sanding and refinishing, exp. 


NU-TONE PAINTING 

Free Estimates — Quality Work - 

Reasonable Rates 383-6733 42 


CARD READING. 
. 592-4112 


high, white 

99 99 

Prices effective VICTORIA ONLY 

Open Monday Through Saturday 
7:30-5:30 

CHARGES - BUDGETS — 
386-3211 

400 Gorge Rd. East 

STEWART and HUDSON 


BERNIE PORTER 
NOW ENROLLING STUDENTS 
99.99 WOST INSTRUMENTS 

high mill 384-0641 Hillside-Shelbourne 
8999 382-9542 


Downtown 

REGISTER NOW! 

_ for your 
Organ and piano lessons 
,_ Plm'v aualified teachers 
I SCOTT PIANO AND ORGAN 


EDUCATION 


why pay more? 


S . TE » L (HAWAIIAN) GUITAR In 

i?u r »i, E . v r y,Wn » ,or ,h * a,aai 

»3,^ T K S B 0 A U V ND A S V E . 
j _Nr. Foul Bay Rd. 


J86-1509 anytime, 
l’urnilure ReL mailing 


.85 


Young 
i far os, 

Roto-tillmg, 

__ __ _ Vlttl _ moving. V« 

Live in with option to live esl '(P, u, , es \ 
later. Experience in house- a,rk ,VI 

comic George Kirby, Here Come**the 70s and Sebastian keepma and cook,n fl- 383-3726. 

Cabot’s Ghost Story; Channel 12 alone, Price Is Right and chnk* baby- 

Mary Tyler Moore. sifter, qualified teacher in Saskat- 

/a 7 nn aatu r .uiie chewan, Alberta, B.C. Special Edu- 

C-7:00 p.m. Arte Johnson fans get another look at cation. Physical Ed. 384-5895 

his comedy pilot Call Holme, which didn’t make the day work wanted, clean- 
series grade— 8 errands, driving, etc. $2.50 an 

,, . ,. , . , ... ... . , hour. Have car. 479-4760. 

C-8:00- Mod S(iuad starts its year wnth a two-hour „ . 

a J QUALIFIED CHILD CARE 3 TO 5 Larry, 388-6373 after 6 p.m 

special—4. years. Reynolds Park area. 382-4627 

C-8:00 A good National Geographic rerun on a sail- 47 ’-* 7 37. no charge and up experienced gardener 

ing ship- 8. NEEDED TYPING, BOOKKEEP- Two young responsible men have (or pruning and clean-up jobs. 

ing, my home, 23 years experi- large truck. Basement, attics, 
composts, etc. Very reasonable. 

Bob's. 386-2451 anytime. 


■imoosts etc BEDROOM -DINING ROOM 

emoval ^nd * ,,l,es - F'anos. 383-5521, Alpha Fi. 
.emova^ *nd |5hers Ud # Eves 479.3440 

Rick O'Deii, 3dAm. 479-2858 J (.ardeiung 

jervewell aervices LICENSED GARDENER 

HAVE TRUCK FOR SMALL Clean-up. pruning, etc. 

pick-up and delivery. Garden and Gardening by contract 

oasement clean-op and haul-away. G. BARTA 479-3900 

Roofs repaired and gutters cleaned 

for winter. Reasonable rates. HARVEY S GARDEN SERVICE 
656-2223. New lawn 5- all lypes lawn ca.e 

rotovating, etc. Call Mr. Fong, 
PROMPT AND EFFICIENT 479-7078. 
clean-up service. Basements, com-_ 

posts, miscellaneous debris. Call KEN'S LAWN AND GARDEN 
— — care. Yard maintenance. Fall 

clean-up. Landscaping. 479-3773. 


Plastere r* __ ; I rl ,„. . iiill5 

COLEMAN PLASTERING LTD. >vear CORRESPONDENCF M 

Quality work, keen prices. Fraa ^ year 2 x 4 cedar s 4 s, ft. 

estimates for stuccoing vour older Course m ACCOUNTING «• 

Ph SW-Mtt - Jnd AUDmN(; rommenoes g?o C &V&".t. 

FRED BLANCHARD AND SONS Q __. -, Q7 ., 1x6 cedar S4S, ft. 

Plaster, stucco, drywall bepi. ID, cedar s4s, ft. 

Repairs our speciality 1x6 t and groove hemlock, ft 

656-3638 656-4556 1x4 yellow cedar, ft. 

DRYWALL AND imiTa- For information bir»chure. JS? '^0x7^25^ 
stone. Stan Olson, write Ol’ telephone : The In- plastic counter topping 

stitute of Accredited Puhlic I a cement drain tile 
STUCCOING, PLASTERING l,luie 01 Accreaiieo L'UDIie cement No. 1 Portland 
Alterations. Reasonable. 479-4779 Accountants. 319 Pender St., 1x3 or 1x4 strapping, ft. 

^an., 688-1816. A. Chadburn, fertilizer!, pestlciilts. loolr. __ .. 

secretary. Office, hunting and fishing licences. - 

glass cut to siza. 


PRIVATE LESSONS ON 

'"SfiLfp^L'o-roTfc"'* 

;j{ », Fte, CENTRE L,M,TED 3 , 5 .„, ; 

a ™~r ERIE ? CED teacher has 

08 flS n- ,or I'bflmg pupils, all 

10 p,ano T - beginners to in 

AT Immediate. Town end Country 


STUCCO. 

tion granite _ 

383-0897 after 5 p.m, 


3 5™ L 0 u R S * le -CLARINET. BOOSEV 
.155 !!f»,. Ha * k “- '»» condition. 


1.9) GUITAR TEACHER, 
.04 Street. 592-7085. 


Plumbing and Heating 


post 


77 


1913 NEIL 

-MOTORCYCLES 


S. H. BROWN, 382-2747 
Repairs—Remodelling 
New Work 

Roofing and Siding 


area. 388-5267. 

SEAMSTRESS FOR REPAIRS, 
or 5 hours for 1 or more days 
week. Victoria Press, Box 285. 


YARD, CLEANUP, 
hauling, lawnmowing, gardening, 
free estimates, reasonable rates. 
388-4678 


C-9:00 And anolher fine rerun: Hollywood TV ence. Reasonable. 477-4434 
Theatre has the Ionesco farce The Picture with Jacques mature lady will babysit 
Allbtichon 9. my _ !??i n jl., evenings ' Esquimau BASEMENT, 

C-10:00 Attention young people: Gilbert O’Sullivan 
makes his TV dehut with Dean Martin alone again, natu¬ 
rally. Guess what he sings 5. week Victoria Press, Box 285. $.1.50 AND UP 

CABLE til 7:00 ji.m., Rosemary Wormald’s Floral b? y ! N P. CH,LD CARE MY Specializing in small jobs. 

Creations; 7:30, You and the Law: school safety: 8:(X) 

Canadian Forces Pacific: 8:30, Project Travel; 9:00, B.C. 

Trails. 


383-8363. 


"ENGLISH GARDNER" 

20 years experience — full mainte¬ 
nance. 383-6692 


SIMPSONS-SEARS 
ASPHALT SHINGLES 
Supplied — Installed 
Ask about our exclusive classes of conversational 


SAXE POINT DAYCARE KIN- 
dergaften, Esquimau, all-day care 
7:30 to 6. Morning and afternoon 
kindergarten, an active creative 
programme with individual atten¬ 
tion, fully qualified staff. Phons 
385-0660. 


fast courteous delivery 

lengford building supply 
and hardware 
open seven days a week 
940 goldstream ave. 478-1724 


heavy duty 250-lb. Super- 

- —--—- — lock, 

utter CteanutK and Repair* 15 . year guaran , e( , 

SIMPSONS-SEARS 


Thursday Movies 


1953 


9:30 a.m. The Girl Who Had Everything <so-so 
Elizabeth Taylor). What do they mean had?—4. 

12:00 noon It Happens Every Thursday (1955 ro- 
manricomedy), Loretta Young. John Forsythe. What 
happens every Thursday are die ceremonies preceding 
Japanese air force day 13 


DAY CARE. MY HOME. 

Street. 382-5014. 

HOUSECLEANING. MINIMUM 
four hours. Experienced. 382-9013. 

32 TRADE SCHOOLS 

TRAINEES WANTED 
IBM Keypunch 
Computer Programming 
N.C.R. Machine Accounting 
For appointment phone McKay Ca¬ 
reer Training. 384-0912. 


vations, etc. 386-0322. 
IMMEDIATE CLEAN 
vice. Large truck. 
386-7225. 


Contractors 


5" CONTINUOUS ALUMINUM 
Gutter In Baked Enamel „ 

"We make it!" Insist on 5", vou Roofing Materials 

00 y_oj more .Takes care of itself 388-9111, Local 264. 


French for children. Grades 1-12. 
by qualified French native. Limit¬ 
ed groups. Enroll now before 
classes fill up. 477*8161. 

HIGH SCHOOL~AT H0ME7~CANA- 
da's Leading School. Free booklet, 
National College, 444 Robson SL 
Vancouver 3. B.C. 688 4913. 


SAILING INSTRUCTOR 2 OR 
afternoons per week. Apply Head- 


FORT ALLANSON’S CLEAN-UP SER- BO> __ 

’ smaM r '"°- <°r 20 veers “Easy terms “ 

BX. Aluminum, 779-3232 VtNYL OR ALUMINUM SIDINK. 

UP SER- GUT.ERING New low estimates, 20-year war- Master. Glenlyon School, Oak Bav, 

384-1755, Use our 20-year guaranteed whits rarity Never needs oainting. Victoria. 

_ Sleala« 101 OZOO 

mmhsiims V-BKS TUTORING - PROFESSIONAL 

MAN WITH PICKUP SMALL ii/v\^UNb-j>t aks PARKER JOHNSTON LTD. help by experienced teacher, 

clean-ups, anytime. 478,7908. 3 i o - 9 t • _ 

— SKYLINE - 
Seamless Metal Gutters Ltd. 

Aluminum 5" continuous gutters. 

Free estimates 182-8807 


33 


BANDS, MUSICIANS 
and ORCHESTRAS 


3G 


ROWLEY, FROM ENG- 

0-12:45 noon Flight from Ashiya I tedious 1964 war mytnm. P fT iisi 0 S' D i? n dancmi h 
action!. Ytil Brynner, Richard Widmark. It’.s a baldhead- 383-6692. 
ed horo -6, 8. 

C-4:00 p.m. Srvwvs of Kilimanjaro 1 1953 Hemingway 
failure, |>art two). Gregory Peck, Ava Gardner, .Susan 
Hayward, laots of great movie viewing later so forget this 
—5. 

(%4:00 Escape to Mindanao (sub-par 19l>8 war ae- 
tiorrt - , George Maharts. Made-for-TV movies at their 
dullest 7. 

C-7:30 Evil Rov Slade <1971 western comedy), John Specialists in all types of Business 
.... n . | . , . ' , ,rn. Accounting. Reliablility Guaran- 

Astin, Dick Shawn, many more. A second try at a TV teed. 

series pilot and both failed -13. 215-620 view st. 386-7074 

• C-9 :00 Around the World in 80 Days I joyous 1956 complete accounting: tax 
Mike Todd meets Jules Verne), David Niven. Shirley SPEC,ALIST sultant NESS C ° N 
MacLaine, Robert Newton, thousands more. Part one MR E - boyko Public Accountant 
now. pail two in 24 hours and don’t miss either 7. 


BUSINESS SERVICES 
AND DIRECTORY 

Accounting Service 
simkin^accountingservice 


FEATURE KITCHEN AND 
Home Improvement Centre 

Store 102-2610 Douglas St. 

Vane. Island's only 
exclusive KITCHEN and 
REMODELLING CENTRE 

Specializing in 
KITCHENS 
BATHROOMS 
ADDITIONS 
ALTERATIONS 


gutters cleaned and 

paired, down pipes replaced. Free 
estimates on new gutter and roof¬ 
ing. All work guaranteed. 598-4551. 


388-9698. 

PARKER JOHNSTON LTD. 
1314 BROAD STREET, 382-9181 
"Roofing Victoria Since 1935" 

NEW ROOFS AND RE-ROOFING. 
Free estimates. No job too small. 
598-4551. 


new and old meth 


PETER PAN NURSERY SCHOOL, 
Esquimau area. New facilities. Af 
ternoon session. 383-6505. 


FOR READY-MIX 
CONCRETE 

Give Frank a Call 
or Gordon or Jim 
They are all 
ON THE BALL 

There's SAND and 
There’s GRAVEL 

It's all in .our line 
Give Art Hafer a call 
and get it on time 

BUTLER BROTHERS 
652-1121 


Tree Service 


FUEL 


MT. VIEW TREE SERVICE 

„ Everything in trees. Estimates. In- 

NU-TONE ALUM. SPECIALIST sured. 479-3873 or 479-1567. 

Gutters, siding, shutters. 383-6731 

VICTORIA TREE SERVICE- 

Landciraptiig free estimates, insured. 382-6466 or 

_ 592-4511 

DUTCH LANDSCAPERS 

Lawns, rockeries, patios, fish Uptiolstery 

oonds, waterfalls, designing, com-- - 

plete free service, 30 years experi- DANISH UPHOLSTERY 

ence. 479-7474. Estimates -- Delivery — Pickups 

BARKER LANDSCAPING 
Rock Work, patios, etc. Lawn 

specialists. Terms. 382-8323. 


SAWDUST — SAWDUST 
SALE 
3 units $21 
S units $30 

Best Fuel Co. 384 5524 

CUT AND SPLIT FIREWOOD, 
alder, delivered. 47 
477-8983. 


liiED RED BRICKS, SAND ANU 
GRAVEL. OK TRUCKING CO. 
LTD., 760 TOPA*. 386-3414 


MUSICAL 

INSTRUMENTS 


or 


YOUR ONE-STOP 
MUSIC CENTRE 

FREE FIREWOOD. CUT AND Instruments — Accessories for ah 
haul yourself. Mostly Alder, instruments — 

478-6960. Classical and Popular Music 

-- Complete Repair Service 

63 TIMBER School Band Rentals 


Come in and see the latest harvey'S landscaping, new 
styles and features in mod- ' awns ' n « w Pesign ' e,c CaM 
' . .. . . . . Fong. 479 7078. 

ern kitchen cabinets. 


38 


TRAVEL 


1545 North Dairy 


382-9769 


drama i. Marilyn Monroe. Don Murray, good support 12. 

C-ll:30 The Rounders (1965 western comedy, not too 
hadt, Glenn Ford, Henry Fonda and the rounded Sue Ane 
Langdon 7. 12. 

11:50 Enter Madame (ancient 1935 romanticomcdy), 
Cary Grant, Efissa Landi 2. 

• 12:00 Sunset Boulevard (brilliant 1950 Billy 

Wilder slashes Hollywood). Gloria Swanson, William Hol¬ 
den. Erich von Stroheim. See it--6. 8. 

12:30 a.m. Take One False Step (dullish 19*19 who¬ 
dunit). William Powell. Shelley Winters. The false step is 


years experience, rate ac 
cordingly. Reply Victoria Press. 
Box 240. 

Blasting 

INSURED blasting 
R esidential and commercial, 
sonable rates. 478-1819 anytime 


FREE ESTIMATED 
PROM HI’ SERVICE 

"Satisfaction Guaranteed” 
PHONE 385-4921 
SIMPSONS-SEARS 
CITATION 

KITCHEN CABINETS 
Let our planning and design 


Masonry 


VIC AND MARTIN'S 
Stonemasons landscaping. House cjr tv. rt c. 
facing, fireplaces, retaining walls. rL, ‘ 1 
etc. Everything supplied including 
shrubs and perennials. 24-hr. ans¬ 
wering service, 383-7461 


- VICTORIA S FIRST - 
CHARTER FLIGHT 
INFORMATION OFFICE 
CHARTER FLIGHT 
CONSULTANTS 
116 Yarrow Bldg.. Victoria 


MAPLE FOR SALE APPROXI- 
mately 50,000 board feet. Tele¬ 
phone Union Bay 335-2159. P.O. 
Box 24, Union Bay, B.C. 

WANTED: STANDING ALDER, 

maple, fir. 478-1481. 478-2920. 


"everything in music" 
HALL-FAIRFIELD MUSIC 
CENTRE LIMITED 
Open Friday evenings 
728 Fort St. 385-8342 


ftt BUILDING SUPPLIES 


GENERAL MASONRY WORK, 
chimneys, rock facing, retainer 
walls 384-9565, 479-4465. 


POOR RICHARD'S USED BOOKS free 
Bought — Sold —» Exchanged 
92.1 Fort. 384-4411. 106 W Burnsid* 

Bricklayers 


. _ . , FIREPLACES ANO PEPAlRSr 

OXpClt.s plan your Dream tile, slate, marble, brick and stone 
Kitchen ” Superbly crafted worK Sipkes Masonr ''* <79-7348. 
cabinets in luxurious hard- CHI/ ^ NEYS AND 

wood finishes. Phone for 


repairs. Ron Henson, 478-1557. 


the one inward the TV set to turn it on and don’t take: brick, stone, slate, ce- 

.. ment, ceramic tile, by the hour. 

It 13. 592-0395. 


Thursday Radio 


HENSON BULLDOZING LTD. LSZ1 .«• *>*-e, new r ».„, p hnn . -mo inutimi' 

Loading, hauling, excavating and pp ^ s,r H uc, ' on ' [* mod * ll,n S'. drafting ra,es ' Phone M8 ' 9672 anv,ime ’ 


no-obligation estimate. 
When you remodel 
rely on the experts 
at 

SIMPSONS-SEARS 

388-9111 

WILL DO WORK ANYWHERE. 
Vancouver Lsland and Gulf ls- 
i .. Complete service, new 


Moving 

INSURED FURNITURE~VANS 
2 experienced men 
Prices you can afford 
Save-Way Movers, 382-3340 or 
478-3964 


XMAS AND EASTER 
Charter Flight Lists 
TO 

Europe, Hawaii, Spain 
now available at 
BUDGET TRAVEL LTD. 
641 JOHNSON 381-7121 

CHARTER FLIGHT 
DISCOUNT CLUB 

Offering you new low fares 
FALL—XMAS—SPRING 
Vancouver-London return 
from $224 

Hawaii Christmas Special 
17 days from Vancouver $325 
430-1070 Douglas 385-9725 


CUBBON BUILDING SUPPLIES 
,, ao . A YARD OF GOOD LUMBER 

Job-248.> sis Alpha Street . “ 

1720 Cook St. 


INSULATION 

100 sq. ft. 2'/3" rolls 

Bags Gold Nugget 


ORGAN SPECIAL 
LOWREY SUPER-GENIE supplies 
the talent — you supply the 
fingers. Automatic bass pedals and 
accompaniment. 13 note pedal 
(Mayfair Dist.) board can be played manually or 
384-8181 automatically. Transitional walnut 
finish. 


p — E — A — R — S — O — N 
».rt-r«2 r,d of p l* a sur# 
MOTORCYCLE DIVISION 

HONDA 

F — I — R — E 
S - A - L - E 

Certainly we had a little 
, . ,re — and not too much 
damage. 

But if offers us a great ex¬ 
cuse to give you bargains 
galore on the Iruly great 
H-O-N-D-A 
all models - all colors 
Most of the damage was 
from smoke — so the in 
surance companies' loss is 
your gain 

1 - 6-2 
to choose from 
Don't put it off a day. the 
color selection may be¬ 
come scarce! 

ALL TRADES WELCOME 
and we need them 

I YEAR GUARANTEE 
on all new 
MOTORCYCLES 

Our credit manager Is 
ready and anxious to look 
after your budget needs. 
He'll give you every con¬ 
sideration and bank terms 
are available. 

NO ONE 

UNDERSELLS-OUT TRADES 
PEARSONS 

Z 50—HONDA—QA 50 

C 70—HONDA—CL70 

CT 70—HONDA—SL 70 
CT 90—HONDA—ACT 90 
SL 100-HONDA-CB 100 
SL 125—HONDA—SL 175 
CB 175—HONDA—XL 250 
CB 350—HONDA—SL 350 
CB 175—HONDA—XL 250 
CL 450—HONDA—CB 450 
CB 500—HONDA—CB 750 

Be sure and come 
TO THE HONDA 
f - I - R - E 
S - A _ L - E 

P-E - A- R— S- O— N 
World of Pleasure 
*?J 0RCYCLE DIVISION 
382:2272—3388 Douglas—386-8424 
9 to 9 — Sat. 'til 6 
"Next to Red Lion" 


amps 
and's 

Equipment iqq cc . j, 
125 cc. T 


YAMAHA SALE 

60 c.c. Mini. Was $399. Now 
Was $635. 


backfilling. Gravel, topsoil and fill. 
10:00 a.m. Betvvppn Oursplvqs rrpoits on The Aoa- I izing in subdivision developments, 
dians—CBIT-FM (105.7). 

8:00 p.m. Encore repeats a history of Ireland in song 
and the Michael Ondaatje poetry The Collected Works of 
_Billy the Kid -CBU-FM. 

• Recommended; C Color. 


Free estimates. Phone 479-4234. 

Carpenters 


RE 


WE SPECIALIZE IN HOME 
pairs, renovations garages, etc 
Expert workmanship at reasonable 
rates. Free estimates. 598-1741. 


AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEALAND 
? MOVING ? Manila, Bangkok, Hong Kong, 

before or after* Sept. 31. Local or Africa, Fiji, Athens, London, 

long distance. Very reasonable Frankfurt. Bains' International 
Travel Service, 1710 “ 

Street, 386-6363. 

SERVEWELL SERVICES 

Rick O'Dell ' TWO ONE-WAY TICKETS TO 
384-6111 479-2858 London, good till September 24th, , , 

. DCMOWA1 e Aatr ^ *100 each or best offer. Mrs. Bro- —drain rock 

SMALL REMOVALS AND CLEAN gan, 592-0282 evenings, 

ups. Day or ntghf. Reasonable ' 

rates. 382-8378. YOUTH FARES TO LONDON 

TRAVELWORLO. 382-3121 


JJ SPECIAL PRICE, 51488 
* Subject to prior sale. Woodward s 
M 9 - Mayfair, 2nd Floor. 

Jills DO YOU NEED HELP CHOOSING 
Rea, Green, Black roll roofing, 108! ,. 0 *iL ,>rs .’. “I', 0 ’’ 

sq ft $4 95 , ms? Consult *he Island's Pro- 

Birch plywood V $18>5 L *! 0 n a 1 Group's Equipment 

F "w P e IV cJt Gto G on‘c£k Slree”'” 2250 £° k u g°, S0URCE Muslc 
Red Fence Stain, gal. $1.49 oak Bav 

inferior Latex, gal $3.99 r> A r rjWIN 

-4 Plastic gutter, 1? It. $2.50 _ $ 7 as on 

ORGANS PIANOS 200 cc. Twin. Was $850 Now 

Open Fri. Night Till 9 p.m KNOWN FOR TONE $ 745 00 

(Mayfair Dist ) BERNIE PORTER MUSIC 250 cc. Twin. Was $995. Now 

_384-8181 725 CALEDONIA 382-9542 . $ 895.00 

Open 'till 9 p.m. Daily 250 cc E"duro. Was $1025. Now 

"CORTINA” 650 cc. Twin. Was $1695. Now 975,00 
Full transis- $1595.00 


12x12 Ceiling tile, 64 tr. 

Gyproc, 4x83V' 

Arborite 11 Col. 4x8 

Black roll roofing, 


598-3514 


$ 335.00 
Now 
$ 495.00 

Was $ 735. Now 
r $ 595.00 

175 cc. Enduro. Was. $835. Now 


515 Alpha Street 
1720 Cook Street 


COLUMBIA 
READY-MIX LTD. 


FEMALjE HELP 
WANTED 


i« 


FEMALE HELP 
WANTED 


RELIABLE TRADESMEN, CON- 
crete, framing, finishing, renova¬ 
tions. Free estimates. Reasonable. 
388-5001. 


and design. Phone anytime. 

Taylor 384-2565 collect. 

WHEATON 

CONSTRUCTION LTD. 

Design, Build and renovate 

382 2159 R- AND M. MOVERS. EVENING 

NEW CONSTRUCTION, ALTER an d weekend moving. Low rates 3« PERSONALS 

afions, cabinet work. fencino, and tree estimates. 386-2397. 
painhnq drain tile and so forth, AA d DVARK /unvFRt. ppepnw NEED BIRTH CONTROL INFOR 

a.ras&45S"«sars ^4"LJS!KW , iSr oH -- 

384-0912. 


Douglas -readv-mix concrete 
—sand 
gravel 


ELECTROHOME 

organ, 9 months old. . ... _ 

tor, Leslie speaker. Five-year war¬ 
ranty. Must sell. $950 or otter. 
479-4749. 


TRADE-INS 


PAN ALTO SAXAPHONE, RE- 1922 Yamaha, 650 cc 
cent I y serviced, excellent condi- ] 922 Honda. 450 cc 


fill materials 


Phone 478-1701 
8<>0 Attree Rd. 

S. J. PE DEN LTD. 
havx? in _ stock 


PRIVATE FRAMING JOBS 
RELIABLE WOMAN REQUIRED TELLER REQUIRED. BANKING wanted. Also rumpus rooms alter 
to car# for school-aged children experiences essential. Apply to Mr. alions. No job too small. 652-1468. 
and for light housekeeping duties, Simpson, Canada Permanent Trust Ask for John, 
fn . modern home in Craiflflower-;Co., 1125 Douglas Street, Victoria. r~fiTiMFY 

Christie Point area. 3*6-0546 eve- pART T| - ME SH0E CLERK 11 TO ... rB| . ’’ 
mngs. _ 5 and evenings. Apply mornings £' , *' a ;'°" s ' 

BANK OP BRITISH COLUMBIA only to J. Reid Shoes. Hillside “"mares 

_onni\ tel . . . ,___ l.. •• Qhnnmnn r»ntr» q A S/\^|XH 

EXPERIENCED CHAMBERMAID 
required for downtown motel. 

Apply In person 9 a.m.-3 p.m., 

Ewiftsure Inn, 427 Belleville Street. 


Experienced bank stenogrqpher, to 
commence work middle of Sep¬ 
tember. Please call Mr. Weston at 
388-7341, between 9-5 p.m. 


WAITRESS FOR STEADY EM- 
ployment. Wages to be arranged 
depending on qualification. 


Please 


Remodelling, renovations or gener¬ 
al repairs. Free estimates. 
386-8002. 


CUSTOM 

♦erations. 

592-3978. 


! WAITRESS WANTED. AFTER- 
A i r . noon shift. Apply in person to Mrs. 

Page, Scott's Restaurant, 650 quauTY WORK AT REASON 
p ort Coff Sh op, 656-3600. Yates . 6 a m , 2 p m . . abl e rates. Additions, renovations 

EXPERIENCED WAITRESS FOR LADY T0 ASS|ST GENERALLY Estimates, plans Glover, 656-3745 
d K ! M Shi,t 'i W0U < l r d h«3i l T t SfSi be- wi,h animals, and part time In SMALL JOBS Mv SPECIALTY 
tween*4 7 pm^ask’for Mrs ? John- book sforfc. Good Shepard Shelter. Howie 478-4705. 478-2613 

son. 


GENERAL CONTRACTING 
All trades — new and repair 
Construction Management 
Consulting. _— 

Many years Local Experience 
Competitive 386-9930 

CUSTOM HOMES BY EXPERI- 
enced builders. Lots available in 
most areas. Will build C.M.H.C., 
V.L.A., or conventional. J. A. 
Woodward and Co. Ltd. 382-8521. 

W. CAMPKLL LTD. 

General Contractors 
Building Consultants 
479-3904 

Alterations - Repairs - Cabinet! 1909 
WILLIAMS, BRAY 
AND WILLIAMS LTD. 

853 CORMORANT ST. 386-774 

COULTER AND ASSOcTaTEs"" 
CONSTRUCTION LTD. 


LIGHT REMOVALS. 
385-0173. 


Painter* :»nd Decorator* 


Birth Control Clinic 
1947rCook St. 
Tuesdav,J7:30-9:30 p m. 
Appointments 384-0574. 


tion. reasonable. 384-5015. 

AQUARIUS MUSIC 
Sales — Service — Instruction 
386-9922 893 Esquimau Rd. 

PIANO TUNER AND TECH- 
nlcian, $14 50, 385-2524, 385-3119. 

H. WILLIAMS 

TALISMAN MUSIC CENTRE 
MUSSER VIBES $695 


EXPERIENCED WAITRESS RE- 

quired for downtown t _dinjngro<WTi ; p „ cafion t0 p.o. Box 2100, Sidney. 


full 


).C. 


Also experienced hostess, 
part time. 479-2684. 

LEGAL STENOGRAPHER RE jg SITUATIONS WANTED 
quired with real estate convevanc- MALF, 

Ing experience. Ellington- and 

Stewar!. 388-4484. INTERIOR EXTERIOR taint 

EXPERIENCED WAIIRFSSFS. Oricjno 1-on 

382-6733 1 hautino. 385-604? or 656-4183. 


! SMALL ODD JOBS WANTED, estimates. Office. 386-T636."" 

BANK OF MONTREAL. SIONEY, Older houses my specialty. 382-3803 

has opening for teller. Submit ap-’ PARJMLR CONSTRUCTION 

Carpels anil Unnlctlm Oe S i gn _ Renovations 

CARPET - TREND 3 8 8 - 5 1 2 

BROADLOOM $2.95 to $16.95 so. CUSTOM BUILDING AND AL- 
vd Thousands of yards to choose terations. Many years experience 
from 592-3978. 

386 7501 

FRAMING RENOVATIONS. AD- 
PARKFR JOHNSTON L TD dition ; kill hen'., and repat 


*1314 Broad Streei 


382-9181 i Phnn* Alright Builders. 479 1160. 


LANK AND PM T T l$ON 
PAINT,NG CONTRACTORS 
LTD. 

Brosn or jpra> Paoerhangers. 
Texture and vlnvl work. Will do 
dll or oart ot any job. Paint store. 
BAPCG, GENERAL and PRATT 
aND LAA^BERT Points, and ren- 

ANYONE SEEING 1968 124 RED 
Fiat Spyder damaged Quadra 
Disco Centre, 11 a.m. Monday. 
Sept. 11, please phone 384-2452 or 
478-5907. Reward 

TWO PEOPLE WANTED AS 
marriage witnesses. Remunera- 
i lion. Victoria Press, Box 290. 

terms it desired Plwne 384-0443 
760 Bav St. 

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS 

If you have a drinking problem 

DUTCH PAINTER AND PAPER 

and want to quit, phone 383-0415. 

HANGER 

CARL ANDRIESSEN 

1909 Duchess -i 592-4033 

STUDENT WANTS CAR POOL 
from Oak Bay to Victoria Univer¬ 
sity. 598-3689. 

EXTERIOR AWb INTERIOR 
Special low prices. For clean jo«. 

PREGNANT AND DISTRESSED? 
Birthright can help you. 384-1431. 

PAINTING, DECORATING, PA- 
perhanging. reasonable, Paul Lar ' 
sen, 386-0768 after 5:00 p.m. 

"ENGLISH PAINTER" 
Paper-hanging. Fair prices. 

183-6692. 

SCANDINAVIAN 

Painters and Decorators, 382-0711 

40 BUSINESS PERSONALS 

UNIVERSAL DIVORCE 
FINANCING 

—LOW DOWN PAYMENT 
-FAST CONFIDENTIAL SER¬ 
VICE 

PAPER HANGING. PAINTING. 
Tommy Harker, 383-3474. 

' CUSTOM PAINTING, PRIVATF 
’ work, ploase bhone *59-7*19. 

323 - 646 FORT ST. 382-8276 

VICTORIA HYPNOSIS CENTRE 

1 TIT. 5tr 101-645 For! St 188-9722 . 
FRFF IITFRATURF AVAII Ahl F 


range of 4” and fi" Transite 939 Ya,es 
sewer pipe and fittings, fir 0NE . kelly deyong bass 

, j „ speaker box. Two 15" J.B.L.'s, 

plywood, wall panelling, $350. 38 -7605 

mouldings, insulation, doors. eko les paul copy, $199 
cabinet plywood, arborite 2031 OakVa S0UNDS MUS * 59 


972 Yamaha, 250 cc. Trail. 
1972 Yamaha, 250 cc. Twin 
1972 Hodaka, 125 cc. Trail. 
1971 B.S.A , 650 cc. 

1970 Yam., 360 cc. Trail. 

1970 B.S.A , 44 ) cc. Trail 
1969 Montesa. 250 cc. Cota. 
1954 B.S.A , 350 cc. 

EASY PAYMENT PLAN 
TRADES IN welcome 
LIMITED SUPPLY 


$1445 
$1095 
S 87j 
$ 795 
$ 695 
$1)50 
$695 
$ 695 
$ 495 
$ 295 


MULLINS MARINE SALES 
LTD 

925 YATES STREET 

382-19‘is 

AS NEW, APPALACHIAN 15-BAR -*- 

auloparp with luner, Dicks, basic 1,7? HONDA 500, CUSTOM 
2855 QUESNEL ST., 386-3464 Hook, case, SI00. 383-IW, warranty. 3000 

- COTTAGE - DRUM SET WITH CHROME r- MO- 3»S-lMt alter 7 p.m. 

Thi. i. in. .. . inare and extras, $400 or otters..!”' NORTON 750. LESS FRONT 

This is the time of year to start 1477-1312. forks, $400 or offers 470.1 iaa 


S. J. PEDEN LTD. 


BUILD 
1973 NC 
low. 


v. « SECOND HOME.r— ,312 '- _ 

YOUR COTTAGE FOR B FLAT CLARINET "JUBILEE." 


forks, $400 or offers. 479-1166. 

CLEAN 1971 SUZUKI 350 
$595 . 384-2886. 


C.C. 


12'x20* GARAGE 
(Plus Roofing) 

PRAM dinghy kits 

SAANICH LUMBER YARDS 


$165.00 CORD-O-VOX UNIT, EXCELLENT 500 SUZUKI. 572 DALLAS ROAD, 
condition. Best offer. 656-4817. between 6-8 p.m. 

S |S ml° NE SET OF GRETSCH DRUMS ORE EVES 250 TRIALS ~UTTLE 
>/v.3u W | fh cymbals. Phone 598-4901. us«<L nice shape. 479-1506. 


Night Phone 479-1423 


385-2486 GOOD USED PIANOS, $2*5 AND ”62 NORTON 750 HARLEY 


RED CEDAR SHAKES 
''Manufactured from 
Fine old grain wood." 
I8"x6*" hand split 
No. Is — $25 per square 
True edge (for side walls) 
$28 per square 

Cedar kindling $1.50 per bundle 
Other sizes and types 
Available on request. 

SAN JUAN INDUSTRIES LTD. 
386-7331. 9 a.m -4:30 o m. 
$92-9709 evenings 


UP. 477-3918. 

64 STRAT. EXCELLENT 
like new $350. 388-5768. 


Springer. Must sell. 382-5262. 

CASE j 7 L, N0RT0N - GOOD CONDITION, 
1.000 miles. 598-5553. 


FOR SALE - USED 
trombone, $100 . 592-3124. 

half Size viola, good con 

dition. Asking $3250. 592-0350. 


HONDA 90, $80. PHONE 

GETZEN 1970 HONDA SS 12SA. VERY LOW 
mileage $350. Phone 478-7771. 

HONDA CB 350. 9.000 MILES, 

$675 Phone 658-8405 after 6 p.m. 


IN 


NKF 71 175 KAWASAKI ASKING $$50. 
| Phone 656-4177 after 9. 








































































































































































































MOTORCYCLES 


—4972 HONDA TRAIL BIKE, ONLY 
1,900 milts. 

1969 YAMAHA 305. Lots of txtras. 
will b« sold this weekend. 

Remember, at METRO, no reeson- 
abla offer refused 

METRO TOYOTA LTD. 

625 Flnlayson 

3164516 3064517 


TRADE YOU J^TOR^LE 
3844174 


BICYCLES 


80 BOATS AND MARINE 


ONE OF VANCOUVER ISLAND'S 
LARGEST SELECTIONS 104-3- 
SPEEDS, AND STANDARD 
BIKES. 

SPECIAL 
■ Gltane 5-speeds 
Reo. $119.90 Special $99.95 

GITANE PRO 

Reg. $325.00 Special $263.00 

GITANE APACHE $125.00 

Gltane Gran sport $135.00 

Gltane Gran sport with safety 
levers $14540 

These three 10-speeds come with 
light and carrier free. 

Good Terms Available 
TRADES WELCOME 
OPEN FRIDAY TILL 9:00 P.M. 
ORDON'S SPORTING GOODS 


382-5815 


1030 Hillside 



SUZUKI MOTORCYCLES 
YEAR END CLEARNACE SAL 
FREDERICK MOTORS 
SERVICE TO ALL MAKES 
616 Queens Ave. 3 03-0823 

BROOKLANDS MOTORCYCLES 
Hartev-Oavldson — Honda 
Greeves 

r Fort 3834926 

1ST SELL MY 1966 W C.C. 
Yamaha. Best offer takes a 
frgaln. Bike Is like new. Phone 
r -1415 after 5. 


1969 BSA, STARFIRE, 250, COM* 
pletely rebuilt, most sell 
week. $375 or best offer. Fairway 
Auto Brokers, 950 Yates, 384-1412. 


KAWASAKI CITY 
HI performance motorcycles 
100% FINANCING 
3220 Douglas _ 3834 525 

■**71 KAWASAKI MACH III, IM- 
maculate, oollshed covers, chrome, 
$895. 3824291 days, 3854794 eve¬ 
nings. 


CLEARANCE OF ALL 
MINIBIKES SAVE $ $ 

- VIC. LAWNMOWER HOSPITAL 
834 Johnson 386-8338 

.1972 SUZUKI ROVER, .NEW W 
condition, only 220 miles, $375. 
478-6226 after 6 p.m. _ 


1972 350 KAWASAKI, 23000 MILES, 
as new, excellent condition. 

3854870 .__ 

1971 450 HONDA, VERY GOOD 
running order, $950 or offers. 
3824208 after 5. 


ITING 


_ GOODS 
DS 


ROYAL OAK SPORTIi 
GITANE 5 SPr 
SPECIAL 1.. 

Back to school bikes 
Raleigh, Peugeot Monshee 
Gltane, Apollo, BRC, 

CCM, Crescent, Riviera 
10-Speeds for all ages 
TRADES AND TERMS 
Full repair service 
Plastic Fenders $4.49 
_Royal Oak Shopping Centre_ 

PEUGEOT — the best lightweight 
also APOLLOS, RALEIGHS and 
other brand name bikes. 

SPECIALS — drastically reduced. 

Many good used bikes. 

Best TERMS-TRADES welcome. 
ONE YEAR WARRANTY. 
Parts, Tires, Accessories. 

RUSS HAY BICYCLE SHOP 
2542 Government 384-4722 


104PEED APOLLO, 
with tenders and 
3824067. - — 


EQUIPPED 
light, $100. 


10-SPEED 

4784454. 


BIKE, GITANE, $70. 


LADY'S BICYCLE. GOOD CONDI- 
tlon. 3824701. 


MAN'S CARLTON 10-SPEED, $45. 
477-4994. 


2 NEW MEN'S 10-SPEEDS, 
each. 4774319. 


GIRLS MUSTANG 
4784048 after 4 p.m'. 


BIKE, $30. 


80 BOATS AND MARINE 


MONTESA - BULTACO 
victoria MOTORCYCLE Sales 
382-7905 1551 Pear St. 


FOR SALE 1971 BMW. SHOW 
•'room condition, 6,000 miles. $1600 

■: ytrm. 636-1435. _ 

1972 HONDA 100," LOW MILEAGE, 
excellent condition, a steal, $450, 
'firm. 3824670._ 


1972 450 HONDA, EXCELLENT 
condition, highway pegs, helmets. 
Offe rs. 478-738 8.__ 

1970 250 HONDA TWIN, Ex¬ 
cellent condition, low mileage, 
385-1093. 

78 BICYCLES 


36' B.C. FACTORY BUILT HOU 
seboat, twin 120 inboard-out¬ 
board Marc Cruisers, Stove, 
fridge. Galley, shower, etc. Sleeps 
8. A very fast beachable home on 
water In new condition, asking 
$17,950^ Call 382 4104 anytime. 

FOR SALE — 25' OWENS LAP- 
strake hull. Sleeps four. Alcohol 
stove, large ice box, 283 c.c. flag¬ 
ship engine. Fully equipped. Sur¬ 
veyed in July. Tip top condition. 
$9,000. Please phone after 6 p.m., 
479-4276. 

~>HILBROOK'S SHIPYARD LTD. 
2324 Harbor Rd., Sidney, B.C. 
656-1157 

Bearcat engine. SPENCER 31, any 
stage of construction._ 


10-SPEEDS 


Eliminator 
Ladles Eliminator 
Firebird 
Monshee 
Monshee Deluxe 
Gltane 

Gltane De Luxe 
Gltane S.S. 


On. Mo- 
79.95 $10 $4 
$84.95 $10 $5 
$89.95 $10 S5 
$103.95 $10 $5 
$109.95 $10 $5 
$125.00 $11 ' 
$135.00 $15 $6 
$149.95 $15 $7, 


TILIKUM 29, FIBREGLASS 
aloop by Ray Richards N.A. 
Mouldings, patterns, and plans for 
the homebuilder. Hull. $2250. P.O. 
Box 132, Victoria._ 

FOR SALE — 1965 3.9 H.P. MER- 
cury; 1965 33 H.P. Johnson; i960 
40 H.P. Evinrude electric. 5924149, 
after 5. 


14' HEAVY DUTY EXTENDABLE 
boat trailer, coil springs and 
shocks, winch etc. licensed. $145, 
6584318. 


P-E-A — R-S-O-N 
World of Pleasure 
MARINE DIVISION 

REINELL — COBRA 
F — | _ R — E 
S — A— L — E 

The fire wasn't extensive, 
but It did create some 
havoc and excitement — 
plus a little bum here and 
there and some smoke 
demegel 

- - -•*— Here's 0 greet 
OPPORTUNITY 
Make a great deal for 
yourself end we'll only be 
too happy to accept your 
trade, whether It's a 
dinghy or a yacht! 

CHRYSLER 
F - I - R - E 
• S — A — L — E 
There are 21 In stock, 
many of them, lust great 
for fishing or sail boat 
power. 

EVERY MODEL 
Isn't available, but take ^ 
your pick while they last I 

USED BOAT 
F - I - R - E 
S — A — L — E 
We don't have a vast 
number, probably 6 or 8, 
but they're lust great to 
put you out on the water, 
fishing or lust cruising. 

NO ONE 

UNDERSELLS - OUT TRADES 

PEARSONS 

P—R—I—N—C—E—C—R—A—F—T 
ALUMINUM CARTOP 
They're the finest product 
fishermen boat-motor 
package. 

ALL TRADES WELCOMED 

EASY INSTANT CREDIT 
Bank Terms Available 
Every budget consideration 

P-E-A-R-S-O-N 

"World of Pleasure" 

_MARINE DIVISION 

3388 Douglas — 382*2222 — 3864424 
9 to 9 — Sat. 'til 6 
"Next to Red Lion" 


80 BOATS AND MARINE 


MMMMMMMMMM 
MERCURY MARINE 

FIBERFORM BOATS 

10 * to 28' 


VICTORIA'S LARGEST DISPLAY 
OF TRI-HULLS 


16' FIBREFORM foam flotation, 
mechanical steering, 15 uaL 
gas tank, convertible top, 1972 
Mercury 50 h.p. electric, with 
controls, battery and box, 
luxe Calkins trailer. 


REG. 

FALL CLEARANCE 


CLEARANCE! 


$3300 

$2983 


12’ THORNES CRUSADER 
$249 

LIMITED STOCK 

WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL 


MERC. OUTBOARDS 
, H.P. TO ISO H.P. 

MERCURY MARINE 
SALES and SERVICE 
Cloverdal, and Oak 
385-1431 

M M M M M M M 3i M : 


M BOATS AND MARINE 


30' PELAGIC SLOOP, LARGE IM- 

yss^saSsaS? 


CROWN *3 
sloop, excellent 1 
extras. 656-4678. 


FIBREGLASS 
mditloo, many 


1961 180 DIESEL, MERCEDES 

Bene, complete for price of motor, 
$200. 3844028. 


13VY BOAT WITH CAB, $125. r 
hydrogfemh-flbregless over ply, 


FOR SALE - STAR 23* DACRON 
sa ils. RoagonabK. 592-7 838. 


16' INBOARD, 50 M.P.M.; TRAIL- 
ar. Best offers. 598-4858, 64 p.m. 


8' FIBREGLASS CAR 
dinghy. 477-1236 after 5 p.m. 


K SPORTING GOODS 


97 


FURNITURE 


LUNDS 

AUCTIONEERS 

we BUY A NO APPRAISE 

926 Fort 3863306 


Buy — Sell — Appraise 
KILSHAW’S 
AUCTIONEERS 
1115 Fort 384-6441 


PAY CASH AND SAVE 
PANDORA PURNIIUKF LTD. 
See Ocr Ad Unger Miscellaneous 
NEW AND USED FURNITURE 
1050 PANDORA AVE. 
*IE9-tfC 


GROCERIES, MEAT 
AND PRODUCE 


FURNITURE - CARPETS 
Cleaned In your home. 

For tree estimates call 
Ambassador Home Service 382-5533 


GUNS GUNS GUNS 


RIFLES: 270 

" I. •» 


BOSUN'S CHARTERS LTD. 

START THE WINTER RACING 
SEASON IN ONE OF THESE 
BEAUTlESI I! 

CUB 23, 7.5 O-B lib, main genoa, 
equipped for crusing. Excellent 
condition and very fast at 

$3150.00 

CROWN 23, 7.5 O-B working sails 
and complete cruising equipment. 
Outstanding condition. Sail away 
at $7,000.00 

THUNDERBIRD 26, built 1964 and 
In fine shape. Hull W ply, glass 
covered, deck W ply celasfic 
covered, surveyed 19/1, stainless 
rigging, ilb main, genoa. All 
cruising gear. In excellent condi¬ 
tion. A steal at $3,900.00. 

These and many more 
at 

Clark Bros. Marina 
10775 MacDonald Park Rd. 

Sidney 

P.O. Box 2001 656-3421 


SELLING? 
BUYING? 

Or Just Looking 

TRY 

MARINE PARK 
YACHT SALES LTD. 
Reserve NOW for winter 
moorage. Space available 
from 26* to 32* boats. Rates 
70c per ft. per month by the 
year. 80c per ft. per month 


■ J-.- .... Husq.—4x $215; 

7mm Mag. BSA $169; 30-30 Mar¬ 
line $129; 7mm Rem Mag.—4x 
$215; 30-06 CIL clip $135; 243 BSA 
$135; 308 Alpine $119; 44-40 V 
$159; 22-410 Savage $49. 

SHOTGUNS: 12 Rem. P. $89; 
410 dble. $49; 12 Fox D. $139; 12 
Mossberg P. $99; 12 Bereft* O-U 
$225; 12 Bemadetll $229; 12 V 
$29; Supreme 12 3-inch D. $99. 
HANDGUNS: 41 S-W $197; 357 

S-W 27, 8-Inch, $195; »mm S-W 
$155; 357 Colt $149; 31 Special $35; 
22 Hl-Stan Rev. $99; 36 Cap-ball 
$59; 22 Reck $49; 32 Browning $59; 
25 Colt $39. 

BUY — SELL — TRADE 

ROBINSON'S 
43 years serving Victoria 
1307 Broad St. 385-3429 


MUST SELL NORESCO COMPO- 
nenl stereo, $275. 23" Silver Tone 
TV, $85. Double bed, $50. Coffee 
table. Phone after 5, 385-5277. 


EXQUISITE ENGLISH FINISH 
mahogany desk, inlaid, perfect 
condition, $350. Also, blue weeth- 
erell wa&l cloak, $25. 477-5932. 

DOUBLE BEO' (LIGHT WOOD), 
radio headboard, including box 
spring andmattresa. $50.^86-6287. 

MOVING: MUST SELL FURNI- 
ture ad appliances. 270 Burnside 
EasU 

BEDROOM illlTE AND POLE 
lamp, very good condition. 386-9465 
after 7 p.m. 


GOLD TWEED LOVESEAT, 
makes into single bed. Excellent 
conditi on. 38 2-1938._ 

BRAND NEW SINGLE BED, 
owner moving with lob, must sell. 
479-5222. 


ROYAL OAK SPORTING GOODS 
EVERYTHING For HOCKEY 
SCHOOL 

2500 hockey sticks, Coho, North¬ 
lands, C .CM., Sherwood, Vic- 
torlaville and more. 

SKATE SHARPENING 50c 
ADIOAS—PUMA—BOWER 
Soccer and training shoes 
Royal Oak Shopping Centre 


CRYSTAL POOL 
Next Naui Scuba Diving Course 
begins Monday, September 18 at 8 
p.m. Pre-registration is required. 
Last day of registration Is Sep¬ 
tember 15. For further Information 
Phone 383-2522. 

SKIN AND SCUBA COURSES 
$40 

Sanctioned by National Association 
of Underwater instructors. Starting 


All rharpps nnvnhlp month. of Underwater instructors. Starting 

aij cnarges payaDie monin- October 5th . Phon * Dan H aii, 
ly. All facihties available at 478-7808 for full information. 
Sidney’s most modem shel¬ 
tered marina. 


MARINA PARK 
656-4222 

LUHRS CRUISERS 
MORGAN YACHTS 


_ . MUST SELL 19W GLASS OVER 

GITANE SPECIAL ply cabin cruiser. No reasonable 

5-speeds res. J119.»S now S99.M ?»«' r ' ,us « d ' P,w "' 

10-speeds—free light and rear car- 479-6073. 


GIBSON POWERCRAFT 
CENTRE LTD. 


carrier. 


—Also agents for CRESCENT, 
falcon. Phillips, bottechia 
and OTHERS 
3, 5. 10-SPEEDS 

.gfl-Year warranty on all bikes 

—All terms O.A.C. 
on balance 


-Over 500 bikes to choose from 
at 


MARINER MARINE POWER 
Chrlscraft, Universal, Owens | 

1 Complete Marine Engine Service 
38J-6582_ _21 Cadillac Av$. , 4 , 4< 

1972 17' DOUBLE EAGLE HARD- 
fop, 65 h.p. Merc, built in 30 gal¬ 
lon gas tank and docking lights. 
Easyload trailer. 479-6160._ 

up to 2 years 16* CABIN MARINE - PLYWOOD 

boat with 10 hp Evinrude motor. iSVi' 
Asking $300 or best offer. Contact 
Russ WHdln 388-7032 after 5. 


SEPTEMBER 
PACKAGE SPECIAL 


PREVENT DAMPNESS 
AND MILDEW 

Damp chaser an electric heater 
that gives lust enough heat to keep 
your cabin, engine compartment, 
lockers etc., dry $13.50 

DRI-Z-AIR dehumldlfler draws any 
dampness out of boat Interior $4.25 

STILL LOTS OF GOOD BOATING 
WEATHER LEFT 
But before you leave you should 
have along a sharp kerosene heat- 
fo make those chilly nights 


ROBINSON'S 
For fishing tackle 
1307 Broad St. - 385-3429 


BIRD HUNTER, WISHES TO 
loin group, on Island, for shooting 
expeditions. Will share expenses. 
Box 2102, Silney. 


SCUBA PRO PROFESSIONAL 
Diving equipment is now being 
featured at Frank White's Scuba 
Shop. 832 Flsgard. 


RUBBER DUCKY DIVERS, 
water wear, wholesale price. 1248 
May St., 384-3090. 


NEW BRNO. 12 GAUGE OVER 
and under shotgun. With vent rib 
and Morgan pad, $185. 6 58-818 6._ 

SWAP 4 WINCHESTERS, COLT, 
and others. 939 Esquimau Rd. 
383-7714. 


RAY'S SPORTS CENTRE 
Great selection of used skates. 

__ _ _ 1692 Douglas 385-6312 

ITwI e fr C nm^ 0rtable ' * W0 SlZM fEfoc! R1 FLESCOPES AND BINOCULAR 
able from 929.95 repairs. Victoria instruments and 

Engineering. 385-3155. 


HUB FURNITURE 
Buy and sell good used furniture. 
715 Johnson 384-6425 


SINGLE KROEHLER HIDE-A- 
bed, new condition, $100. 388-5697. 


B8 TV, STEREO, RADIO 
SALES AND SERVICE 


29c lb. 
$1.33 lb. 
89c lb. 
69c lb. 
67c lb. 

$1.39 lb. 
$1.35 lb. 
$1.49 lb. 
69C lb. 
49c lb. 


COLOR TV 
Rent or rent to own 
tlG MONTHLY AND UP 
ZENITH 
FLEETWOOD 
HITACHI 
PANASONIC 
PHILCO FORD 

Immediate City Wide 
Delivery ___ 

CALL NOW, 385-2435 
24-hour phone service 
MAIS FURNITURE 
1821 COOK 


GLASCRAFT runabout c-w WE ALSO STOCK 

fop and cover, 50 h.p. JOHNSON ^ 

*72 electric, battery, battery box Fr low as, freezer, sinks, PlastN 
?, n c d o c . 0 n, r. 015 - 900 lb ‘ roa DRUN- wafer tanks, pumps, toilets, dehu- 
NER trailer. midifiers. Interior panelling, 12 

SPECIAL $2597 volt flourescent lights (low drain), 

table hardware, toilet chemicals 


-925 


MULLINS MARINE 
SALES LTD. 

Yates §t. 382-1928 


SAVE $2,000 

25 ft. Coronado Sloop, loaded with 
equipment, perfect condition, 
$10,900 . 384-7641._ 

RANGER SAILING YACHTS 
SEASPRAY YACHT LTD. 
WESTPORT MARINA, SIDNEY 
658-5485 


FERRO CEMENT HULLS BUILT 
— 32' sloops. Guaranteed. Compet¬ 
itive price. Victoria Press, Box 
1232. 


OAK BAY AND ESQUIMALT 
BICYCLE SHOPS 
Two locations to serve 
you better 

Raleigh, Gltane, Peugeot 
BRC, Apollo, Crescent 

and more t ALL BAY MARINA 

Full line of parts and accessories 656-3167 Sidney, B.C. 

EASY TERMS AVAILABLE Dealer for Evinrude 

1968 Oak Bay 1211 Esquimau OMC, Volvo-Penta 

598-4111-_-:-“tt 712 MUST SELL BY SEPTEMBER 30. *j **• ketch, die- 

, 16' cabin boat, W - glass, JO h.p. t»LnhUn! j! ecks ' « adio I 

I trolling motor _»nd 1500-lb. I FOR QUICK ACTION to sell your 

Sleeps 8. Keel layed 4 years ago. boat, ..reserve a berth now at our 


GLASCRAFT runabout c-w i 
camper back, 50 h.p. JOHNSON; 
'72 electric, battery and box, and! 
900-lb. ROADRUNNER boat 
trailer. 

SPECIAL $3097 

"It's the service that sets I 
us apart" 

382-8291 

2520 Gov't. (Near Bay St.) j 
(Formerly Coast Power Machines) 


all in stock at reasonable prices. 

S. J. PEDEN LTD. 

2855 Quesnel St. 386-3464 


COLT REVOLVER, OFFICER'S 
model, . 22 -calibre, new condition, 
$150 firm. 479-1296. 


WANTED! CASH FOR GUNsJ 
pistols, rifles. Phone 383-6224. 

.303 CUSTOM STOCK A 
scope, $110. 385-5998. 


.243 REMINGTON 700 3-9X RED- 
field 12 ga. Ithaca semi. 479-2131 


TWO 1972 GRAMPIAN 23'S, 
charter models, fully equipped, 

$1,000 off replacement. $6,300 each. 

31 ft. British sloop, cruised exten¬ 
sively France and Baltic, a fast 
and seaworthy yacht, with full 925 Yates 
equipment list. Must sell $12,900. 


SPECIAL 

NEW 1971 MERC 50 H.P, 
Electric, long. Reg. 
$1280, now 
$1000 
at 

MULLINS MARINE 
SALES LTD. 

382-1928; 


93 CAMERAS. SUPPLIES 
AND PHOTO FINISHING 


NATIONAL BOAT SALES 


LADIESI 

APOLLO — Peugeot 10-speeds 
Raleigh — 3 and 5 speeds 
BACK In STOCK. 
ROBINSON'S — 1307 
385-3429 


tilt boom trailer. 388-6326. 


FACTORY CLEARANCE FIBRE- Excellent off shore sailer and Sale Dock. 5 berths available as of I 

Broad — 9iass canoes end cartop boats. ----— - - -* " 

Polyplast Products Ltd., 656-4389, 

! 385-6593. 


roomy live-aboard. $39,500. 

COVE YACHTS LTD. • 
Bird's Eye Cove 
R.R. No. 1, Duncan 746-5021 


now to replace August sales. 


USED 


. FOR SALE: GJTAIN 28" GRAND 14' PLYWOOD FIGREGLASS 
Sports De twxe. like new. 15 miles hull ski boat, '65 Johnson 40 H.P., 

^at most. $125. Phone 592-2870 after little used with fill boom trailer. Two 1968 Chrysler 210 H P with v 

ff'i p.m. _ $600 or offers. 382-2881. drive, $903 e»cn 

10-SPEED PEUGEOT, AME-U-DRIVE, CRUISING HOUSE- J S^Voh r ^ C i«an L el« Shaft ' M25 - 
teur. Asking $65. 2 years old. boat — Gulf Islands location — Imp « loliHioc 

592-6919. daily - weekly reasonable family $ H P-Johnson, 1971, $125. 

-R 10-SPEED PEUGEOT, 1MPEED ra, **‘ Nana,m0 758 - 2228 -__-‘140 H.P. Johnson, 1960, $350. 

Gltane. Call 384-2949 between 5 - 0 25.5' TO 28' OVERALL BRANDL- L NEW 

v p.m. mayr. Bathroom, stove, steerinq 10 Smokercraft, 5 H.P. Yamaha 

*,,r A cnrrcrN Q , „ c 1 inside and out, V -8 Ford flathead. Yamahp Outoparda, 2 H.P.-25 H.P. 

10- SPEED BIKE, SUPER 53500 or offers. 658-8889 Miller's Marine Ltd., 

"‘■Sport, excellent condition, $55. 2300 Canoe Cove in Sidney, 

598-2863. 37' WEST COAST TROLLER, "A" 656-4365 

ONE 10-SPEED AND 0NE hcence, $11,500. 725-3340 Tofmo.- BRITISH I SEAGULL OUTBOARDS 

3-speed, new condition. Offers. FOR SALE: HEAVY DUTY BOAT SALES — PARTS — SERVICE 
-- trailer. Offers. 478-5745. " . 


NATIONAL PROPERTIES LTD. 
Marine Division 
and GEOFF SIMPSON 
2270 Harbour Rd., Sidney, B.C. 
656-3966 

OAK BAY MARINE 
SALES AND SERVICE 

MARLIN — STARCRAFT 
GREW — OMC — EVINRUDE 
VOLVO - PENTA 

598-3393 

VICTORIA'S INBOARD- 
OUTBOARD CENTRE 


SIMPSONS-SEARS 
Camera Counter 

for top quality 
photofinishing 
on G.A.F. Kodak 
Fujicolor 
negative films. 

All prints in 
new silk finish. 

12 exposure roU 
ONLY $2.99 

“POSTERS” 

20”x36” 

NOW AVAILABLE 
From black and white 
colour negatives. 

ONLY $5.95 

388-9111 
Extension 203 


RENT TO OWN 
$15.89 

1972 Electrohome 19” coloi 
TV. 3 years unconditional 
guarantee on aU parts and 
labour, 6 years on picture 
tube. 

WE SELL THE BEST 
AND SERVICE THE REST. 
Service dept, also open 
CITY CENTRE TV 
3970 Shel bourne 477-6971 
University Heights MaU 
10 a.m.-lO p.m. daily. 
CLEARANCE 
1972 MODELS OF 
NATIONALLY ADVERTISED 
TVs AND STEREOS 

TILLICUM FURNITURE 
AND APPLIANCES 

Hillside Shopping Centre 
382-3331 


Compare Anywhere 
Up-Island—Down-Island 
East or West ^ 
Quality and Price 
are still the best 
at the 
VICTORIA 

MEAT MARKET LTD. 
625 Johnson St. 383-9234 
JKEY DRUMSTICKS 39c lb. 
«urtKEY WINGS " 

BARON-O-BEEF 
PRIME RIB ROASTS 
LAMB LEGS 
GROUND BEEF 
STEAKS, SIRLOIN, 

_ WELL TRIMMED 
Y-bone or wing 
PORTERHOUSE 
LAMB CHOPS 
LAMB TONGUES 
LAMB LIVER, SLICED 
OR PIECE 59c lb. 

SPARERIBS 49c lb. 

LUNCHEON MEATS SPECIALS 
SALAMI —' SUMMER PEP- 
PERONI, AND OTHERS 49c lb. 
WIENERS, BULK STYLE 4JC lb. 
SLICED SIDE BACON 67c lb. 
CHECK YOUR FREEZER 
THEN CHECK THESE 
FREEZER MEATS SPECIALS 
BEER SIDES 65c lb. 

BEEF FRONTS J9c lb. 

BEEF HINDS 75c lb. 

BEEF HIPS 77c lb. 

GROUND BEEF, In 30-LB. LOTS 

S9c lb. 

AND FOR INTERESTING VARI¬ 
ETY ON YOUR MENU WE HAVE 
MANY ASSORTED FREEZER 
PACKS FROM WHICH YOU CAN 
CHOOSE TO SUIT YOUR FAMI¬ 
LY'S TASTES. 

No charge for cutting, 
wrapping and freezing 
We reserve the right 
to limit quantities 
PRICES EFFECTIVE 
Sept. 13,14 15,16th 


1M 


MISCELLANEOUS 
FOR SALE 


UNDER THE YELLOW 
SIGN 

USED 

OCCASIONAL CHAIRS 

FROM $ 9.95 
2 pc CHESTER SUITES 

FROM $49.95 
NIGHT TABLES 

FROM $ 9.95 
HIDEABED. GOLD NYLON 
$79.95 

LEWYT FLOOR CLEANER 
$19.95 

NEW 

BOXSPRINGS. 39” ONLY. 
CLEARANCE $19.95 

GARDEN LOUNGE. DE 
LUXE $59.95 

HASSOCKS AND FOOT¬ 
STOOLS FROM $ 6.95 
OCCASIONAL TABLES 

FROM $10.95 

BARGAIN ANNEX 
753 VIEW ST. 

Division of 
Standard Furniture 
382-5111 


THE WAREHOUSE WHOLESALE 
Food Distributors, 47 Songhees Rd. 
First turn left — 100 feet pest 
Johnson St. Bridge, and Oakcrest, 
3475 Quadra. Prices effective 
Ttwrs., Frl., Set. Open to the 
public daily. 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Open 
Saturday Til 6 p.m. Roasting 
chicken, oven reedy, large, 5-7 lb. 
utility, 45c lb. Canada cholca lean 
Cross Rib roast of batf, 19c lb. 
SunMght Detergent, 24 oz. btl. liq¬ 
uid, 49c. Fresh large No. 1 green 
Peppers, 5c each. Zee wax paper 
refills, 2 100 ft. rolls 59c. Oranges, 
iuicy, fancy 7 lb. cello bag 79c. 
Tomatoes, Beefsteak vine ri¬ 
pened, 2 lbs. 49c. Peanut Buffer, 
Squirrel, large 32 oz. ier 79c. Cris- 
co, pure veg. shortening, 3 lb. tin 
$1.09. Cadbury's Choco, 2 lb. box 
89c. 


FREEZER ORDER SAVINGS 
Red or blue brand beef—side 72c, 
hinds 85c, front 61c; cut wrapped, 
quick frozen and delivered. Easy 
terms to suit you. Open Sundays. 

JIM'S LOW COST 
284 Belmont Road 478-3424 


HARVEY'S MEATS 
2709 Quadra 383-2031 

Red brand binds 85c lb. 

(150 lb. average) 

Red brand fronts 63c lb. 

Fresh port hocks 29c lb. 

Sliced side bacon 79c lb. 


SUMMER SALE 
Canada Choice, Canada good 
freezer beef, sides 72c lb., hind 
quarter 85c lb., front quarter 61c 
ib. Super Low Cost Market, 899 
Esquimau Rood. 382-8196, open 
dally 9-9. 


WAREHOUSE 

BARGAINS 

USED TVs 
AND APPLIANCES 

One 4’6” Box Spring a^d 
Mattress in new condition. 

Only $49.95 

2 only brand new 23 cu. ft 
McClary freezers with slight 
freight damage but fully 
guaranteed. Only $209.95 ea. 

75 

197119” Westinghouse por¬ 
table TV, like new. 

Only $89.95 

Other used portables from 

$59.95 

MAIS FURNITURE 
1821 Cook St. 

385-2435 • 


100 


MISCELLANEOUS 
FOR SALE 


SHOP AND SAVI 


See us before you 
2-pee. chesterfield 1 
$359.00, swivel 

luxe recllners _ 

$179.00 end $189.00, 


0. ch« • * 

, desk 
ets $4 
- 1 to $1i 

av-r 

$262.50, dr. 



bed* 

bunk 


spring 
*.95 to 
chine 


comer chine 

teSTiSjl 4 chairs 


$119.00, chests of 

$79.00, desks $24.95 to 
cabinets $49.00 to si; 

$56.00 to $159.00, 

. |» 

leaf 

_Irop leaf table end 4 

Windsor type chairs $95.00, console 
tables $79.00 and $119.00, gate leg 
table $49.00, refrigerators $79.00 to 
$149.00, electric ranges $89.00 to 
$149.00, wringer washer 859.00, 
washer and dryer $159.00, compact 
vac $59.00, 9x12 rugs $27.50 to 
$95.00. Use your Chargax. Budget 
terms available. 

PANDORA FURNITURE LTD! 
New and Used Furniture 
1050 Pandora Ava. 

383-6319 


SILVER RILL FARM CORN 
Pick your own or ready picked. 
No. 1 freezing corn. 7179 Central 
Saanich Road at Shady Creek. 
652-3509. 

MACK APPLES^ CRISP *N 
iuicy; corner of East Saanich 
Road and Prosser. 1892 Prosser 
Road; 652-3557. 

WEALTHY APPLES 
Best eating arid cooking, 10c a 
pound. 6682 Central Saanich Road. 
652-2148. 


SPRING CLEAN UP ON ALL 1972 - - 

models. Now you can own a 1972 Road, 652-2009. 
Electrohome color TV for only $17 
monthly or get on our rent to 
purchase plan on the 20" BW. TV. 

As low as $8 monthly. Also 25" 
and 26" Electrohome color TVs. 
available on a very low monthl] 
basis. Clearing out all used blacl. 
end white TVs as low as $25 per 
unit. Limited quantities. Call now, 

City Centre TV, 477-6971. 


APPLES APPLES 
Better apples at better prices at 
Saanich Orchards off Stony's X 


MANY NAME BRAND 
"ONE OF A KIND" 


TVs, Stereos, Record Players 
AT DEALERS' COST 


383-7104 


FIRBANK FARM 
1180 ROYAL OAK 
Fresh Fruit and Produce 


. WANTED; DAMSONS, I 
[y Medlars.J98-2584._ 

K APPLES FOR SALE, 
383-0605. 


THE TRADERS 
WAREnOUSE 

Baby Crib $ 15.00 

Brown nylon chesterfield suite 

$49.95 

2-step tables, only ea. $ 8 95 
3 pc bedroom suite $79.95 

2 odd kitchen chairs ea. $ 4.95 
Brown swivel rocker $26.95 

McClary range $59.95 

Maple desk $89.95 

Red davenport $79.95' 

Brown chesterfield, only $39.95 

30" electric range (as is) 

5 pc dinette 
Frigidalre fridge 
5 pc dining rm. suite 
Corner table 
Pole lamp 

Brown vinyl arm chair 
Brown arm chair 
2-pc red chesterfield suite 


SIMPSONS-SEARS 


INSTALLS 


QUALITY CARPETS 

Pick your price, pick you* 
colour and Simpsons-Searj 
wiU have your beautiful new 
carpet PROFESSIONALLY 
installed in your home. 

CHARGE IT!! 
PHONE 388-9111 


NO OBLIGATION 


SHOP at HOME Servlet 


XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXA 

EATON'S 

WAREHOUSE 

STORE — 

749 VIEW ST. 

Remember You Can 
Budget Charge 
Through Our 
Customer's Accounts 
Office, 3rd Floor 

XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX* 


DO YOU WANT 
TO SAVE MONEY ON 
FURNITURE - APPLIANCES 

ROYAL FURNITURE 
AND APPLIANCES 
733 Johnson 388-9021 


LIMITED SPECIAL 
HYPALON, 75 gallons left In grey 
and beige. 

Now $5.95 a gallon, 
at 

SIDNEY PAINT SUPPLY 
9756 3rd St. 

COLWOOD PAINT POT 
478-5525 


Sirw WIN A "WHITE" SEWING MA- 
$59 95! CHINE FREE. Watch Channel 6 
dally for the Sawyer Boat Anchor 
Commercial. Count the number of 
"White" — Elna sewing machines 
on the deck and send your count 
to Sawyer Sewing Centres Ltd., 840 
Fort Street, 388-6228. Contest ends 
October 6, 1972. 


$39.95 
$99.95 
$ 3.95 
$ 9.95 
$39.95 
$ 4.95 
$79.95 


Warehouse Open 'Til 5 p.m. 


. 479-3274 after 6 p.m. 


THE ACES 

World Champion* 


ON BRIDGE 

by 

IRA G. CORN JR. 

TEAM CAPTAIN 


334 h.p. Featherweight $195 

*'4 h.p Forty Plus S215 

10 h.p. Sliver Century $280 

! Silver Century plus 
' (with clutch) $343 

Long shaft models add $10 
1 reconditioned models 
VIC. LAWNMOWER HOSPITAL 
834 Johnson 386-8338 kerage firm, 


YACHT BROKERS 
VAN ISLE MARINA 


ELECTRIC EYE 


THINKING OF 
16 m.m. MOVIES? 


-FIBREGLASS- 
RESIN and CLOTH $6.40 a gal. 


„ . . ., . ! BOLEX 16 m.m. camera with re- 

Vancouver Island's most active flex focussing and fully adjustable 
and longest established boat bro- viewfinder with 25 m.m. normal 
lens and 75 m.m. telephoto. Fully 
guaranteed with de luxe Bolex 
leather case and accessories. 

Used $240 


656-1138 


DAVE TAYLOR 15 FT. CHRYSLER DELUXE 

DECORATING CENTRE fibreglass boat, Charger 151 hydro- 
579 Gorge Rd. E. 384-1914 V. Spotlight, swivel seals, break 


SUMMER CLEARANCE 
CLUDES 

19" Admiral TV at $138; 23" TV 
consol $199; AM-FM stereo with 
tunnel reflex speakers at $138; 
clock radios at $33.00. 

BUTLER BROTHERS 
1720 Douglas St. 383-6911 

_(ACROSS FROM THE BAY) 

FOR THE LISTENER INTEREST- 
ed in superlative stereo perform¬ 
ance. McIntosh amp and pre¬ 
amp, Thorens turntable, Ortofon 
arm, 2 Shure cartridges. 2 Univer¬ 
sity Classic, Mark II speaker 
groups. Speakers may be pur¬ 
chased separately from compo¬ 
nents. 477-9371. 


100 MISCELLANEOUS 
FOR SALE 


HOME APPLIANCE LTD. 
and 
RCA 

LAUNDRY APPLIANCES 
brings you the very best in auto¬ 
matic washers and electric dryers. 
Come in today and find out these 
_ facts. 

IN- FACT ONE: Five cycles — to fake 
i care of all your washing needs. 


715 FINLAYSON 

388-6264 

M EL'S MEL'S MEL'S 
BARGAINS 

MEL'S 

Conversation bench 

Floor Lamp (stair) 

$ 9.95 
$16.50 

Chrome suites 

Port. Twin stereo 

Elec, log fireplace 

Easy wringerwasher 

$29.98 

$59.50 

$19.50 

$39.50 

Chargex available 
*.- We also buy 


_ MEL’S BARGAINS 
823 Pandora Ave. 

384-3152 

Opposite B.C. Hydro 

Closed Mondays 'til further notice 

MEL'S MEL'S MEL'S 

MEL'S 

STOCK 


HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS IN- 
cluding wringer washer, Viking 
fridge, 7 cu. ft.; chesterfield ..and 
chair; % bed, China credenza, tri- 
llght lamp, 9 by 12 nylon rug. Two 
powermowers, G.E. floor polisher, 
other garlen tools. 5 gallon crock. 
479-1156. 


BOLEX 16 m.m. camera — com¬ 
plete with superb som Berthiot 
zoom lens 17-85-f2 with reflex find- 

trailer. 75 h.^ ^torT hVdrauiic - C - ENT ** Y ^ “ 5 ° 1 


RENT TV 
BLACK and WHITE and 
COLOR 

Week or month — long term rates. 

BUTLER BROTHERS 
1720 Douglas 385-3832 

(ACROSS FROM THE BAY) 
PHILIPS COLOR TV. BE SURE 
to see them before buying color. 
Now with 2-year warranty on all 
parts and service. 

ATLAS STEREO AND TV 
763 Fort 385-2712 


CLEARANCE SALE 
Huge Savings 


Camera and Hi-Fi 
Equipment 

WILLIAMSON’S 
Camera and Hi-Fi Centre 
666 Fort 383-5011 


FACT TWO: Two speeds 
greater washing convenience. 

FACT THREE: Permanent press 
cycle for today's perma-press 
clothes. 

FACT FOUR: Variable wafer level 
settings to avoid waste. 

FACT FIVE: 5 wash-rinse temper¬ 
ature combinations. 

FACT SIX: Three drying cycles. 

FACT SEVEN: Matching perma- 
press dryer to washer. 

FACT EIGHT: Three heat selec¬ 
tions. 

FACT NINE: Ask Bill Wolf, Dave 
Paterson, or Charles Richards to 
tell you about our prompt personal 
service — our pledge to you since 
1950. 

OUR PRICE FOR BOTH 

$498 

With working trades 
Washer or dryer slightly higher 
without trade. 

C. TAYLER 

HOME APPLIANCE LTD, 

707 JOHNSON I 7 TT ,—7 —- 

383-3281. 383-2324 1 NEW 20" BLACK AND WHITE 


MEN’S SUITS 
New Fall Arrivals 
Sizes 36-50 
$59.50 

LES PALMER LTD. 
i 714 View 382-2825 


ELECTRONIC OVEN BY TOSHI. 
ba now on display. Also Eureka 
vacuum cleaners, upright and tank 
models, G-E electric kettles, 
toasters, hotplates, fryparvs and 
irons in stock. Kent's Ltd., 742 
Fort, 383-7104. 

PEOPLE'S TRADING POST 

2510 Trans-Canada Highway 
Open Sunday 1-6 p.m. 

478-3933 

_"The post with the most" 

RUGS LOOK ••NfcA." IT'S SO 
easy wilh RUG-MATE stain re¬ 
moving rug shampoo. Rent elec¬ 
tric shampooer for $1.00, plus 
materials. Clark and Pattlson, 760 
Bay St. See our ad under Painters 
for o ther supplies. 

T YPE WRITE R~R ENTAL 
Sept. Student's Special $18. 

3 months rental for the price of 2, 
with the presentation of this ad to 
CITY OFFICE EQUIPMENT LTD. 
826 Yates 386-8396 

, DICKER MARTENS PAINT~CoT 
Linseed oil, Alkyd reinforced fence 
and shingle stain, red, green, 
chorolat* and white. 

Reg. $4.50 gal. NOW $3.75 gal. 
Factory to you 616 Herald St. 


FANTASTIC SELECTION OP 
WALL COVERINGS 
WINDOW GLASSII 
DAVE TAYLOR 
DECORATING CENTRE 
579 Gorge Rd. E. 384-1914 

CHAIN SAW SALES 
Repairs — Sharpening 
LOMBARD 16", special $149 
McCULLOCH 12", special $129 
VIC. LAWNMOWER HOSPITAL 
834 Johnson 386-8338 


TO, 125, SME 3009, 


admiral 1971 TV and stand. Per 
MOVING TO APARTMENT,! feet tonomon, $1/5. Canon 5lf 
must sell — Red Kirakah rugs, movie camera, auto zoom, £ 
made in France, 9x12', 6'9"x9', 1 monins old, $150. Bicycle v.xer 
with felt underpads. Bell piano,! ciser, $30. 386-0050. 
apartment size, mahogany case,-— „ -- 

Ivory keys, $750. Cabinet Singer > . LO-COST , — -- 

sewing machine, $85. Spanish sofa, Lawnmower repairs, reconditioned 665 BOARD MEASURE USED 10 


THE ROCKHOUND SHOP 
All rock hobby items and genuine 
stone jewelry. 850 Tolmie. 388-5341. 
•(Closed Mon., open Frl. to 9 p.m.) 
j We stock White's Metal Detectors. 


Used $590 M75E $350 AR 8-track olavar and machine, $85. Spanish sofa, h dwnmower repairs, reconditioned 665 BOA 

M75E, WAR 8-track ..layer And , „ and g0 |d,_ »350. French'F.™* Shiolap; 


$130, with speakers. 
Consider trades. 


2 snow tires 775-14 


In most finessing situa- 1 choice to head for the supe- 
tions it is usually best to rior minor suit game. 

play low from the hand on West was also tuned in on _ 

lead with the intention of a|the bidding and led his.u ft. cedar: ply hull, 

Unease by third hand. Oftenjfourth best heart. East wonjK. jwt w? JiKfA£•» with !amprosound premier is aii i year old 

this procedure prevents the I the ace and returned a heart P rl .™ jnd 3 finish coals marine; y5 6 e J r 2 . S6 ™ snn ' engine. S2,850 |m .m sound or silent projector —) 477 . 9348 . 

, 1 . . 1 . „ . - , _ . j paint. Outboard can be mounted. 0 ^ 3044 . a Qua iit y machine featuring lots of - -- 

Joss of an unnecessary trick and the defence had the first $300 or best offer. Ph. 598-2627 — canoes * power and brightness, 24 fps, 1 6 ■ TV RENTALS 

when second hand has a sin- two tricks. The success of DALE - ana I tioned r VuMv e au»r*nt®lM V r#C0 ?i«n! FROM s7.og PER month mower7' ’''BVTggs-Sfrattonl J![!l, cleaners ' potistiers, etc. One 

crlptnn rnvprinp honor This the contract now hineed on RACING OR JUST ENJOYING KAYAKS ! ru y flua ^ SIW A reliable rental service motor. $45. 3 bar stools, wrought X® a /„ n ^ a f''' an r ty - Good selection, 

gleton covering nonor. inis me coniraci now mngea on yotr b03t? sta , dry and warm Fibreglass anu poly dinghies, key ELECTRIC EYE .... ^ * A ' S PURN'TURE iron with gold seat covers. $z 5 j R ^°"*ble orices. 831 Yates, 

technique IS sometimes dlf- the play of the trump suit. with floater coats or one and two- Stone mini outboards, oars and 1006 Broad 386-03331 __ Cook St * 385-2435 3-brush floor polisher, $20. Health, DARK ROSE CHESTERFIELD 598-5537. 

ficult for the novice to grasp! West .existed with a »p»dc m " -s Mad, “ ,„ Mw „ 'ves has two stores with I electronics ltd. K, ‘M 111 ! “Sj*: lr f ol i # f Es ’ F width, gold 

- - gar ssu- S' asr-osss*,*^ "** s,,er *»• i ***> ^ c * sion " ,w ° ki,ch - 

SS;-ve Dt>S |o. e S, r be? siJSSJl ' Shut. GTS. WP HAVP a , I 

processing service gives you' 015 
jumbo SILK FINISH PRINTS from 1 REASONABLE 


men's paddles 

, - ... , a ..J ladies' sizes. 

“ he always wants to lead which was won in dummy . 1 hip chandlers (McQuades) 

, .... , . , Wharf 181.11.0 

honors. However. some- The unlucky declarer led 

times the novice is right and a low trump from dummyiif yw “d NK and t5 tibregiass N '' 3 M“L' 
“routine play” is wrong. and finessed his jack. The- -windshield, side tuj.. 

Witness the play of the 
trump suit in today’s close 
game contract. 


all and more af 

_ BOSUN'S LOCKER 

383-1141 580 Johnson 


Vulnerable: Both 
Dealer: South 


TRITON 

AIR-COOLED OUTBOARDS 
Tin , ^ Wl,h water-cooied exhaus» 
Seagull kicker. Tilt 4 h.p. SPECiAL $ 183.00 

. and canvas cover. 5.5 n.p. ^PElIAl *1v9 v5 

was lost. East was left with * 725 - Phone 477-4808 after 5. 7.5 h.p. SPEC AL $254.60 

the king-ten of trumps over 1971 lynwood, all fibre-; 8 3 ^'J dh i;*W NM 0 WER hospital 

_ ' J „„ Blass, 318 c.c. Chrysler V-8 l„. Johnson 388-8333 

dummy s queen and no board-outboard. Sleeps 5. Full Gai- 

method of play could pre- lev- beads, fethomeftt-, radio and 
. r. . dinghy. 58,750. 598-3433. 

vent East from taking the 

cn)f - , 21' SLOOP, SLEEPS FOUR. 

setting tl ump trick. j US f launched. Needs only mast to 

The inexperienced novice stepped. Comfortable boat, 

. . , owner leaving town, will sell for 

would make the hand easily $i,950 firm. 477-1424 or 477-4447. 
even though he might not bank repos 

understand why. After win-jBj?* 

the — J - ' --_ . .. 


NORIK 

A AQ 
V 10 4 
♦ J862 

*Q8643 l _____ __ 

WEST EAST ning the spade shift in Can be seen at 936 Old Esquimau 

♦ J 98 2 _ A 6 5 4 3 "dummy, he makes his natu- 

♦ JO 7 4 3 2 ^ *** 3 ral play of dumm y’ s highest 




♦ 95 
4K105 

SOUTH 
A K 107 
V Q 5 
♦ AKQ 
4AJ972 


ORIGIN DESIGN 
BOATS 

Fibreglass materials 
— Resin $6.40 gal. 

867 Viewfield 384-7752 


r And“°when Thorens, Dual, Garrard,Sinclair: 
soeedv Shore GTS. 

■< SP '58 YATES 


_ - - gold, Wm. r-iciK.li | “j ’ j _ — 

Provincial chesterfield, gold, fruit- E!?2*g- and deliver y- Jl Regina, 

wood trim, $350. 6 Provincial din- W -W 79.__ 

ing room chairs, $30 each. 477-8930. A.d.C. ELECTRIC — 382-7221 
NEARLY NEW, ROTARY LAWN 1 f? ew and reouill appliances. Vacu- 
mower, 3 h.p. Briggs-Straftonj U21 r C 
motor, $45. 3 bar stools, wrought 
iron with gold seat covers. 


Places 750-14; 1955 Olds 98, good 
tires; 1954 2-ton Ford truck, both 
in good running order. 384-1281. 

OAK BUFFET, $60, BUNK BEDS, 
matching chest, $85; 9x12 tent, 
540; Afghan coats, ?80; fent. traii- 
er, $250, and miscellaneous Items. 


en chairs; table lamp; G-E floor 
polisher. 382-5021. 


WE HAVE A LARGE SELECTION 

388-6564 of used pb'tshle electric sewinq NEW PLASTIC PirTiiDCj~i at 
GUARANTFFD ™ chin es priced from $19 to S45. inj shMting!^Strong J U |!gntweight v» HE «? Y RED ck° L , S ^ IT h SIZC 
vo.t color negative film . . . only car” radio ”repairs Burnside Car C3e ?zo' ,r ? , ii R,r,at)le ' S39; ,wo and inexpensive. Ask for Safe-T- R*j ap as an H neW '• E ^ r — as 
$2.99 for ,2 exposure roll, $4.4, for^^SO TKSSdeW E& fcS?' s^" JnSRT ^ 

VICTORIA PHOTO SUPPLY 3a5 ‘ 7379 - SEWING CENTRE, 840 Fort St., 1 

1015 Douglas Street 385-3458 SALES—SERVICE—TV RENTALS | 3*8-6228. 

Hillside Centre 383-8831 AUTHORIZED PHILIPS DEALER., LLOYD BUGGY $40 

^ --! 100 W BURNS?DE R RD N 383 5432 V«??!». *10?W P^ 

I 100 w BURNSIDE RD. 383-5432 $10; training seat. $3; 2 Harris 

HUDSON'S TAPE CENTRE tweed boy's coats, one used, other- : 

The Home of Quality near n520 and * 15 ' fi,s 6 ' 7 1 

Tandberg Noresco Philips HV r h . 2 ; 3 .y ear old - Phone between 

382-0923 1543 Fort St. 


OLDER STYLE 


HILTON 

PHOTO SUPPLIES LTD. 
Trans-Canada Highway 
Chemainus 

j Vancouver Island's Finest 
Photo Supply Centre 
Drawer 750 Ph. 246-3311 


6-8, 384-5989. 
! 2 


I gold. 3 width x 95. $25. 

>i. 

FURNITURF F0R SALE: OFFICE DESK, 
settees, tables, kitchen set misepi-1 ® a *‘ double pedestal, ex- 

HIGH laneous. Friday and Saturday. 27081 cm ioIa condltlSh, $95. 388-6922 or 
Dufterin. 59B-3246 : ___ 

2 TYPEWRITERS, 1 EXCELLENT I | RAND ,, NEW , 8-PIECE F. B. 
condition, $50; other suitable for R .°^^ i ,lvcr ,ea s « rvir -*- Valued 
student practice, $15 Phone a * Offers anytime at 384-0189. 

384-3666. 


PACIFIC AUTO MARINE 
SHAWNIGAN-MILL BAY RD. 
World record "Hondo" boats, trail¬ 
ers and inboard boat accessories. 
V-drives, jet units, outdrives. High 
performance marine and auto 
seed accessories. -Call 743-5122. 
Open 'til 8 p.m.. Wed. and Frl. 


The bidding: 


North 

Pass 


CANVAS BOAT DECKING 
Up to 100" Wide 

trump. East -covers and victoria tent and awning 
| South wins the acerUVn! 831 FiS93rd -_ 382-52.5 

W'pst Hi«;'-arris ^.ifh rpturns 1 1972 17 PT - I-* 0 -* PULL CAMPER 
west ais.aras, ooutn returns f00 ,. f9 i, cke , s trailer, etc., nr# 

to dummy to repeat the price $6,515. Sell for $5,450. Brian, 

marked finesse against 385 5939 af,er 6 - 

Fflcf'c trnmn fpn AL'S BOAT TRA'LERS 

e,ast s trump ten. 18 . trai | ar top , lna ma teriais. good 

How does one recognize for ’soo i-r. Price is open. 214 

the exception to routine ? undas - r*? 3 -® 233 --.. 

Play? Visualize a singleton ^t?) T heavv mni^LASS MATERLVLS 

king in the East hand. Ifietymlttum frame. $200 or bes/ 4 Huron St. 386-1811 


HARBOUR MACHINE LTD. 

Time to repower now 
CRUSADER Marine Engine 
In stock 

CHRYSLER Marine Parts 
and service. 

: 31_Erie St.__3 83-6355 

PELAGIC PACIFIC 


8 M.M. KODAK MOVIE CAMERA 
and case, projector, 4-light bulb 
unit, screen, projecting cable 
splicer and tape can. 479-1156. 

PENTAX H3D~2I, 85, 33 WIDE 
angle lenses. Lunasix light meter. 
598-3629. 


SAVE $450 2 HOLLYWOOD BEDS; DRESS- 

Sony receiver, TD150 Thorens, Pio- pr: v 8 r i , ; , f ,n V» c / ea C? 1 r : u 12x V . a . 11 W001 
neer CS-A700. speaker system, cost 21 . TV; ,* c * , . chen ab e and 

$1350, Sell $900. 658-5960. I • ? ron „ couch; tri- 

— iWnf; Pictures; miscellaneou'.. t «62 alitomatit tpi cduouc amc 

HEADQUARTERS FOR CITIZEN Ren-lt Go'dini. needs clutch. No. Serina machine 
band radios (C.B.) warehouse A-2540 Quadra. , wermg machine. 24-hnur oueratinn 


TYPE N WRITE SHOP 
Used typewriters and adders 
bought and sold. 

744 Johnson 385-3112 


sales. Macdonald Furnlt-re Mart, 

Pandora and Broad, 383-1171 BRITISH INDIA RUG, 10X14; 

— -----—- blue flowered draoes, large; beioe 

21" PHILIPS . TV. ...WALNUT ..drapes;.. pUrpJe drapes and twin 


MINOLTA-16 MG; 16 MM CAM- - . - __ r -^. f ...... 

era and carrying case. $150 r.ew, upright cabmet, In well-kept condi- bedspread set-? short cuftains; 
asking $90. 384-7244. lion working order. $20. small D"ncen Phvfe table. Various 

-1386-6287. ornaments. 385-8456. 

tffi RANGES. STOVES 
AND FURNACES 


wering machine. 24-hour operation PH . rF 

sag*■'» ■ 

VANITY 


9X10 GREEN INDOOR-OUT- 
door caroet, 14x10 same. $130 for 
the lot. 478-2767. 

TWO 100-LB. PROPANE TANKS 
and regulator. Also one 22" burner 
gas stove. 656-4441. 

'2 PRICE 75 SQ .YDS. SHAG, 


| AND FURNACES | excel'ent condition. $225. 

22" 4-BURNER PROPANE GAS' 
stove plus 2-100 lb. propane tanks!« 

jnH rftnillftfnp C1AH rnmnlal. ... 


South West 

1V Dbl. 

3 V Pass 

-_-j 15Vj’ STARCRAFT (GLASS). 115 

ered by the singleton king h.p. Evinrude, 2 tanks, good ski 
will this promote a trick in boat, so m.p.h. plus. 3864)367. 
the West hand? j MUST SELL 14' GLASCRAFT, 33 

The bidding was revealing 1° today’s example since :can\fas. , JM , 5655. Wlth tratTa ^' 
and led to the best contract, the opponents have only canoe cove marina 
* South rebid two no trump! three cards in the suit, de-; sid Y nev ht B B c ok 6 M 9 39 i 5 

can manage the -— —— 

I,.' PLYWOOD CABIN CRUISER, 


Opening lead: Seven of 
-■hearts. 


offer. 592-3171. 

.SW^STARCRAFT (GLASS), 11} A " B ?, E,>AIRS 

MULLINS MARINE SALES u ( D. 
925 Yates St. 

Victoria, B.C. 382 1921 


over the one-over-one re- clarer can uuuia^c mei ^ rLTfTUVJU UMOIM v.kui»ck 
sponse to show strength trumps even if East has a sound, 1 - 28 n h!p. U and 5 h.p. outboard! 
even though his "heart stop- singleton king (declarer’s *». 382-4069. __ 

per” may have been non- will It.• dSKSSTcSil 

existent. North showed good Wests ten). The play of the, 333-8959 
dub support and South trump queen is therefore a 
countered by showing good safety play which cannot 


27' UNIFLITE 

All fibreglass, H.T. cruiser, trim- 
tabs, shorepower, R.T., dinghy, 
lounge, sleeps 6, excellent condi¬ 
tion. Nanaimo, 753-8147. 


diamonds. 

North then cue bid spades 
to allow South to bid three 
no 

stoppers. Having poor 
hearts, South had a clear 


BOW RAILS 

PRODESTO MARINE IND. LTD. 
546 Brooklelgh Rd. 658-5271 


a play 

, nf L 0 l6' FIBREGLASS BOAT WITH 
to tne 1971 Mercury 80 horse, and trailer, 


lose and may gain 
which is automatic 

novice but which requires $23 00. P hone 652-2710. 
more thought by the morel42' TROLLER, 

trump with good heart experienced player. 


I equipped. 
1385-1593. 


licence, 


FULLY 

$27,500. 


Copyright 1972 by United Feature; FIREBALL. COMPLETE SET OF 
Syndicate, Inc. I sails. 383-6008. 


. ..ED FIBI 

twin Chrysler outboard, toilet, pro¬ 
pane stove, depth sounder, de¬ 
signed for fishing. Used very little. 
$2400. Call after 6 p.m., 479-3862. 


CUSTOM BOAT BUILDING, ALL 
kinds of repairs, fibreglassing. 

JENKINS MARINE 
479-2244_ 479-60 38 

FIBREGLASS BOAT, -33 H.P. 
Evinrude motor, 20-gallon tank, 
convertible top, heavy duty trailer. 
479-6557. 

MUST BE SOLD, 18' SAILBOAT. 
All offers' considered. 385-6407. 

17 W INBOARD WITH TRAILER, 
after 5 weekdays, 386-3656. 


$100 complete. 


WESTINGHOUSE CONTINENTAL 
double-oven stove, rotlsserie, 
timer, etc., turquoise. 658-5164. 

LARGE FURNACE ~ HOT 
wate*- — oil burner, complete with 
attachments. 383-8060. 

WESTINGHOUSE 24" STOVE, 
excellent working order. $60. 
384-7244. 


FLEETWOOD, ^ 3-WAY COMBINA- HIDE-A-BED, QUEEN SIZE BOX 
*•— *•*' sprinq and mattress. Full size bed, 

2 bicycles, chest of drawers. 
5-oiece dinette suite. Addinq ma- 
hine, typewriter, 8’ fluorescent 
light. 384-3666. 


LARGE OLDER 
range, $30. 477-2937. 


97 


FURNITURE 


ISLAND FURNITURE MART 
G.S.W. McClary spin washer, 
$149.95. G.S.W. McClary 13 cu. ft. 
frost-free refrigerator, $269.95, 
color $10 extra. G.S.W. McClary 
dryer, $139.95. No down payment. 
Good while stock lasts. 656-3724. 
FURNITURE FOR - SALE .PHONE 
after 7. 383-2674. 

CHESTERFIELD AND CHAIR, 
dresser. Phone after 4, 384-3003. 

DININGROOM SUITE WITH~BUF- 
fet, $75. 479-6562. 

TAKE OVER PAYMENTS ON 
3-room grouping. 386-2065. 


ZENITH COLOUR T.V. $300 
offers. Phone 479-3701 or 
479-7769. 

SILVERTONE 24" BLACK AND 
white. Recently overhauled. $60. 
382-3595. 

DYNA, PAT-4 PREAMP, ST-120 
amp. 60 watt R.M.S. per channel. 
479-7918 after 4. 


USED R DING ROTARY MdVVER 
Reel mower, CJ5 Jeep hardtops. 
John Deere 7 H.P. riding mower 
at special orices. 

VICTORIA JEEP 
HILLSIDE at ROCK BAY 


stool I* •-—- A N £ MAT CHING ) 1981 RAMBLER. $50. 12' BOAT. 

$5 each°‘ Wicker 0 25 h p - Merc cn 9 in * A nd trailer, 

“ant' s C , h «. V 38SB4 2 0 B by 1 - 4 t«00 Cal. 382-605. 6 p.m. 

MEN'S SIZE', BillFO unrYcv!” 64 CAPRICE, 2-DOOR. BUCK- 

S 5 Vofr 'gow. UE condlhon: E ^6 w ) ,Don» C *47l ,1 2703 COn< ^^ On; 

months old. SIO. Phone 384-237. | 00 *'- 7, 1 270:> ' _ 

afler 5 p.m. AIR CANADA KENNELS. LARGE 

OFFSET PRESS 18X20 PRINTING. S', 2 jT'*’' 40 ’ ^ ^ 

area, $700. Paper cutter, 35", elec- — ‘ 

trie, $400. Punch and binder for PRICE'S KEY SHOP 

'Surlox" $150. Folder $50. 478-5730. Safes, Locks. Keys 

ALUMINUM LADDERS. 32 FT 847 F ° rt 384-6221 

extension. $40; 12 ft. step, $ 25 . 8 .OUTDOOR INCINERATOR BAR 
mm protector $ 20 . 2 h.p. electric; rels, ready to use^ $4.50. Free 
motor, $25. 385-3155. delivery. 383-1328. 


---— QUALITY MOFFAT 304 RANGE I INCINERATOR B A R R E L S sal DEEPFREEZE LADIES WHITE 

«2in Y ’It CO m« R IY" • fVt f ?2Jf a p%i C oo C »t $259 * nd 24 e fS h AISo 7 , 45 '9® l| on drums, com- Jce skates, brown chesterfield, 
M?cWj «««. E«plnw '"’Kit,” ;'.,h, U 4 « Pl.lt, 55. 478*4212. | Ideal lor rumpus room. 3844944. 


1720 Dnnalas St. 383-6911 

USED COMPONENT STEREO (ACROSS FROM THE BAYV 
system, mod cabinet, new turnta¬ 
ble, $150. 385-0687. VIKING WRINGER WASHER: 

2-plece brown sectional sofa; wash 


GOOD WORKING 
$35. 386-0710. 


21-INCH TV., 


GROCERIES, MEAT 
AND PRODUCE 


FRONT QUAKTER SALE 
Cut, wrapped, ready for your bar- 
beci»e, low, low price 55c Ib. 

Sides of beef 69c Ib. 

ALBERTA MEAT MARKET 

1811 Cook 383-3012 

SHOP AT "THE WAREHOUSE" 
Wholesale Food Distributors, 4) 
Sonfhees Rd.; first turn left - 100 
ft. past the Johnson St. Bridge. 
Open d ally, 9 to 9, Sat. 'til 6 P.m._ 

WILLIAMS QUALITY MEATS 
Red Brand Sides $149.95 ea. 

795 Fort St. 384-1613 


basin; ? pUr tth-egl*ss drar*es, 
each pair 50" wide. 1 pair bed- 
r^m drapes. Ballerina design. 
100" wide. 383-4296. 


RUGS 1 ORIENTAL SUROOK. 
6x8; 2 oriental rugs, 4x8; 3 rugs, 
2x4 All In very good condition. 
.. . Wicker pole light, couch, bed side 

55c lb. 1 table, antique bedroom chair; 
- " Coombe writing desk. 382-8090. 


ROYAL OAK HOBBIES 
Roval Oak Shopping Centre 
COMPLETE AQUARIUM 
SUPPLIES 
479-7814 

H AVE PURCHASED - SIMPSONS 
Sears Kenmore automatic washer. 
Now selling Viking wringer washer 
with pump In good working order. 
$35 or best otter. 598-4997. 


UNUSED BRUNETTE WIG, $20. 
383 176* b * SfUd/ ,amD ' S5 ‘ 

WEDDING DRESS. SIZE^OTSM. 
Phone 385-1061. 

LIKE NEW, BEIGE FIGREGLASS 
drepes (15'), $35. Phone 478-5795. 

heavy duty canvas' TARP, 
31'Xl8.’ $45. Phone 592-0322. 

CRIB WITH MATTRESS, $35; 
fold-down^stroller, $10; 479-1440. 

GOLD CARPET - AND ^ 
derlay, 9x10, $50. 382-6963. 

GIRL'S FIGURE SKATES, 
new, sit e 12, $10. 478-4774. 

m-XnT°v^, ¥ 01KE - HOME- 
11,8 20 ^- ,2 chain saw, 658-5055. 

WHEEL CHAIR, EXCELLENT 
condition. 386-3922 after 6 LtLLtNr 

CAULK LOGGING BOOTS, SIZE 
11, new. 477-4994. C 


UN¬ 


AS 


RUG AND UNDERLAY AND 2 
matching runners. Like new. 
384-8200. _ 

ELECTROLUX VACUUM, MOV* 
ing, must sell, $60. 478-2482. 


5" CONTINUOUS GUTTERS. EN* 
amelied. B.C. Aluminum. 479-3232. 


25% OFF SHOE REPAIRS. 931 
Cloverdale. Open evenings 7 days. 
STOVE AND - BED FOR SALE, 
best offer. 386-6533 before 5:30._ 

FREE • 2 CATS AND .1 WHITE 
kittens. Electric stove. 383-0005. 

PLAY PENT"$10. WALKER, $2. 
Joljy lumper, $3. 47J-9368. 

13" LATHE FOR SALE.. 
Phone 385-6093. 

40 GALLON OAK WINE BARREL 
for sale. Phone 388-6535. 

ONE PAIR OF LINED GOLD 
drapes, size 72x88. 384-4273. 



























































































































































































































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The Daily Crossword Puzzle 


' !S££2L 

* Defamation 

14 And ant 
A»lan 

15 Am muni Horn 
informal 

H Expraa* 
sent I moot 
17 Rafuwl 
to accept 

19 Recreation 

20 Odor 

21 Things 
considered 
valuable 

23 Chevron 

25 —Flynn 

26 Kind of fur 
28 Naval of fleer 
32 Compulsive 

emotion 

37 Near East Inn 
39 Bring energy 
to: Informal 
39 Ungulate 

41 Sovereign: 
Abbr. 

42 Employer 
45 Rights to 

demand pay¬ 
ment from 
endorsers 
48 Sir Rlcbard 

English 

essayist 

50 Additional 

51 Sinks Into the 
mud 

54 Small boat 
58 The 
Kennedys, 
e.g. 

42 Where the 
Maple Leafs 
perform 

43 ''Don't make 
words 

44 "I-o' 

Nuttln' ": 2 
words 

44 Gunpowder 
Ingredient 
47 Bacchanal's 
cry 

68 Inexperi¬ 
enced per¬ 
son: Var. 

69 Surface 
shlnlness 

70 Registered as 
on a dial 

71 Noted 

DOWN 

1 " —Theme": 
Composition 
In "Doctor 
Zhivago" 

1 Prevent 


By B. A. POWER 



3 Greater In 
stature 

4 Proposition 
supporting an 
argument 

5 Feline 

6 Leave out 

7 Love, In 
Rome 

8 Lover of 
solitude 

9 Reprimands 

10 Sudden 
Inclination 

11 Clownish 
person 

12 Raison d' 
Reason for 
existence 

13 Common 
contraction 

18 Ann, Breton 
and Cod 

22 you 
ready?" 

24 Orient 

27 Baron 

Munchausen, 
for one 


29 Resentments 

30 Hockey or 


31 Small doses 
of liquor 

32 Musical 
composition 

33 Surpassing 
all others 

34 Graf —: 
German 
battleship 

35 One having 
eyes with a 
specific 
defect: Suffix 

36 Virtuous 

40 Scroll 

43 Takes from 
one's person 

44 Meat market 
appliances 

46 Ordinary 

47 Feels sorry 
about 

49 Deviate from 
proper course 

52 Keen 

53 Cooking 
appliance 


56 — nous: 
Confidentially 

57 Fiber made 
from 
cellulose 


58 Inter lection 
of displeasure 

59 Mr. Jannings 

60 Mr. —: 
Marquand 
detective 

61 Greek portico 
65 Foot: Suffix 


Yesterday's Puzzle Solved: 



100 MISCELLANEOUS 
FOR SALE 

SELLING OUT 
•■HIGHLANDER” 
MEN’S WEAR! 
"DAY’S and HICKOK’S’’ 
DRESS SLACKS 

Lots of new double knits and 
other permanent press fab¬ 
rics. Sizes 30 waist to 38. 
Some regular cut, some 
flares. 

Values to over $20.00 
Sale $12.99 

SPENCER’S STORES LTD. 
1110 Gov’t. St. "Downtown” 


WATER BEDS 
Complete units from 
$148 and up 

FREE INSTALLATION- 
TERMS AVAILABLE 

CONTINENTAL 
HOME SUPPLY 
851 Johnson 386-2450 

MbviNGTLOVELY ITEMS REA- 
sonsbly priced. Beautifully de- 
signed, Baker coffee table, French 
walnut, 52x32 oval. 4-door pecan 
credenza hand-carved decoration 
an elegant piece. French provin¬ 
cial wingchalr, rich brocade uphol¬ 
stery In Mandarin red and antique 
gold. 2 pecan end tables, Spanish 
design. Unique Danish teak table 
and 4 chairs, 2 exquisitely framed 
large paintings banquet cloth, 12 
napkins, mirror, silver pieces, 
bookcase, stemware, chintf, pic¬ 
tures, ornaments. Eight Day 
Clock, books, household odds and 
ends. 477-9371. 

LEAVING TOWN, DINING ROOM 
suite, double bed, chesterfield and 
chair, coffee tables, step tables, 
corner table, T.V., chests of draw¬ 
ers, 382-7821._ 

BLACK PERSIAN LAMB COAT, 
hip length, 5135. Full-length mus- 
karat coat, $175. Large black fur 
collar, $25. Grey squirrel stole, 
$150. 383-7769. 

TWO COMMODORE ELECTRIC 
adding machines, adds, subtracts, 
multiplies, 2 years old. $55 each. 
Wanted Small aquarium, equipped. 
477-4567. 

UTILITY TRAILER AND TOP, 
$75. Equalizer hitch, $40. Moffat 
electric stove, 30 in., $75. Fridge, 
working, $10. Lawnmower, $40. 
383-6500. 

FOR SALE METAL GARDEN 
shed, 5'x8' with metal floor, 8 
months old. $75. Cartop carrier $8. 
479-597 

UHER 5000 TAPE RECORDER, 
complete with transcribing acces¬ 
sories. First $200 takes. 384-9678 
evenings._ 1 

BOY'S SKATES, SIZE 12, $10. 
Cub uniform, small, $8. Wooden 
playpen, $5. Small child's rocking 
chair, $10. 477-6065. 

BOY'S 3-SPEED BICYCLE, GOOD 
condition, $35. 9x9 Woods Tourist 
tent, used only once, $38.50. 

388-9669._ 

STEREO SET, MONARCH AMP, 
$300. Tape deck, with speaker, $50. 
Water bed, queen, with pedistal, 
$50. 384-2842 or 385-6645 after6. 

MOVING INTO A BUS. MUST 
sell all furniture and personal 
belongings by September 30th. 
745-6262. _ 

120 BASS ACCORDION SILVER- 
tone, $100. Bedside table, $7. Beau¬ 
tiful pink coat with white fur col¬ 
lar, size 10, $35. 383-2467. _ 

MOVING, MUST SELL. YEAR- 
old Viking fridge, $165; McClary 
stove, $95. 1281 Tracksell Avenue, 
383-1673. 

9 CUBIC FOOT FROST-FREE 
Viking fridge. As new, $100. 
656-4650. 


103 MISCELLANEOUS 
WANTED 


SIDNEY BARGAIN HOUSE 
We pay top prices for goods of all 
descriptions, from a handful to a 
house full. Furniture, fools, appli¬ 
ances, glassware, dishes, etc. Our 
specialty is antiques. 2373 Beacon 
Ave., Sidney, 656-3621._ 


THE SALVATION ARMY 
Needs your re-useable clothing, 
furniture and household goods. 
"Help us to help others." Family 
Thrift Stores, Victoria, Sidney and 
Langford. For pickup 386-3295. 


KILSHAW’S 
AUCTIONEERS 
Buy — Sell — Appraise 
1115 Fort 384-6441 


FAMILY TRADING LTD. 

Cash for furniture, tools, appli¬ 
ances, guns, etc. 

731 Goldstream 478-5631 

Mon. - Fri. 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. 
Sun. 1 - 5 p.m. 


WANTED, GOOD USED MAN'S 
Caulk boots, 9 o r916, working 
clothes and rain gear. Also chil¬ 
dren's winter clothes, boy's 14 and 
16. Girl's 12 and 8. Reasonable. 
4794760. 


LUNDS 

AUCTIONEERS 

APPRAISE AND BUY FOR CASH 

926 Fort 386-3308 


WE PAY CASH 

For good tools, cameras. In¬ 
struments, luggage, antiques etc. 
ISLAND TRADING, 1717 Gov't. 
384-5354. 


128 PETS AND SUPPLIES 


MAYDON KENNELS - REGIS- 
tered poodles — adults and pups, 
$100. firms, $25 monthly. 743-2493 
Duncan. . 


REGISTERED SAMOYED 
small famala, 4 months, 
er females ready Oct. 5. 


___ FURS. 

Quality champion stock. Show or 
pet. 13190-10* Avo., Surrey, B.C. 
5*1-7113. 


40 GAL. AQUARIUM COMPLETE, 
3 kittens, and 4 yr. old part sa- 
moyed, free to good home. 


WILL THE LADY WHO PICKED 
up Fritz from Raynor Ava. pleas# 
call 385-0550. 


MALE SEALPOINT SIAMESE 
kittens, 3Vi months, vaccinated, 
$30. 479-4545. 


127 CHICKS, POULTRY, 
HATCHING EGGS 
SUPPLIES 


GEESE FOR SALE 
383-8060. 


128 LIVESTOCK SUPPLIES 
AND EVENTS 


BARGAINS IN USED 
Jlery, from leads to saddles our 
~.Jc of used Items Is too large. 
Also we have reduced the prices 
on some slow moving new sad¬ 
dlery Items, both English and West¬ 
ern. Come In and browse you'll be ► 
glad you did. Shanks' Saddlery, y 
2801 Douglas at Market. 


FOR SALE: PART REGISTERED 
4-yr.-old American saddle bred 
mare with foal. For Information 
phone 477-1789 after 6. Monday 
through Thursday or contact Mrs. 
E. Gladstone, Merville, B.C. 


TRUCK CANOPY BUILT FOR 
moving cattle and horses, 
7' 8"xl2', plank decking, sides and 
roof Vi" plywood, fastened to steel 
frame. Ready to mount on 1-ton 
truck. Phone after 10, 4794789. 


TWO 4-H EWE LAMB PROJECTS. 
Shropshear cross Southdowne. 
Good market lamb or excellent 
childrens pet. $30 each. 652-2447 
after 5 p.m. 


BOARD FOR HORSES AVAIL- 
able. New stable. Separate pad- 
docks, riding ring, $60 month. 
Close In. 882 Beckwith Avenue, 
479-6879. i- 


WANTED: INDIAN BASKETS, 

masks, argllite carvings, rattles, 
blankets, bracelets, beads, etc. 
Also paintings of Indians. Bygones, 
1034 Fort. 383-8025. 

IMMEDIATE CASH 
Dispose of your good used furni¬ 
ture, chesterfields, hide-a-beds, ap¬ 
pliances, TVs and stereos. Call 
BETTER-BUY, 3854345. 

TOP PRICES 

For your good used furniture, 
chesterfields, hlde-a-beds, bedroom 
suites, dinettes and fridges. Call; 
Happy Harry's, 3854146. 


117 ANTIQUES 

KILSHAW’S 

Buy for Cash 
Appraise for all purposes 
1115 Fort 384-6441 

CASH FOR ANTIQUES AND OLD 
things. Bygones, 1034 Fort. 383-8025 

120 GARDEN SUPPLIES 

Fertilizer 

WHY PAY? CHICKEN MANURE, 
no charge. Oaxs Poultry Farm, 880 
Downey Road, Sidney, 656-2485. 

WELL-ROTTED COW MANURE, 6 
yards $25 delivered. Pendray 
Farms Ltd. 477-1519. 

SOLID OLD COW MANURE, 7 
yds, $29; 4 yrs., $20; bog, $1.25. 
385-4356. 

SIDNEY DUCK FARM, 656-4412 
Duck manure, 60c bag, delivered. 

Plowing, Rotov'ating 
and Cultivating 

G. S. TILLING 

Powerful rototllter, no iob too 
small, access into small gate, 
386-1018. 

ED'S TRACTOR SERVICE. RO- 
tovating, leveling, loader, brush 
and grass cut. Plowing, post hole 
digging. 479-2204. 

JACK'S TRACTOR SERVICE 
Rotovate, plow, light loading and 
level, post holes, brush and black¬ 
berries rotary cut. 479-1586. 

CENTRAL SAANICH TRACTOR 
Rotovate, plow, cult, level, etc. 
Loader, post holes and mowing. 
652-3306. 


LARGE FAMILY COW. JUST 
freshened. 6 gallons a day. $325 or 
swap. 2 Suffolk ewes, $25 each. 
Ducks $1.50 each. Geese, $5 each. 
Rabbots, 50c each. 478-5139. 


FOR SALE. NEARLY NEW 17" 
Forward cut English saddle, $185, 
479-7296 or 652-2239. 


R. CROSSLEY HORSESHOEING. 
Telephone answering service. 
3834413. 


2V2-YEAR-OLD GELDING, BRO 
ken, experienced rider, offers. 
478-7095. 


FOR SALE, 15" WESTERN SAD- 
die, $100. 15" English Saddle, $50. 
Phone after 5, 479-1642. 


C. STARCK, ROTOVATING, 
brush and grass cut, post holes, 
etc., loading and hauling. 479-3157. 

DON'S TRACTOR SERVICE 
Rotovate, plow, grass cutting, 
Loading and hauling. 477-3913 


DEER SKINS AND ANY HIDES 
bought. 5062 West Saanich Rd. 
479-3 021. 

5-YEAR-OLD APPALOOSA GELD- 
Ing, reserve at halter, English 
and Western, 598-3246. 


5-YEAR-OLD BUCKSKIN MARE, 
part quarter horse $300. 4072 WII- 
kinson Road. 4794172. 

STRAW FOR SALE. $30 TON. 
652-1620. No Sunday business. 


SEVEN-YEAROLD GELDING, 17 
hands, $250 or offer. 382-0054. 


FARRIER ERNIE WINKEL. NEW 
phone number, 656-5245. 


LOCAL HAY FOR SALE 
4784457 


ISO HEAVY EQUIPMENT 
AND MACHINERY 


FORD 5500 
VA yard loader 17Vi ft. backhoe 
factory cab, ready to work, $9500 
BUTLER BROS. 652-1121 


WANTED — SAW MILL 1 MAN 
operation. 2 or 3 bunks. Small 
Crawler tractor with winch. Phone 
evenings, 592-7942. 


135 FARM IMPLEMENTS 


FORD FARM AND INDUSTRIAL 
Equipment in Stock. 


CUSTOM ROTOVATING 
No iobs too small. 652-1027 after 5, 
p.m. 

_ COOPER TRACTOR - SERvTceH 
The complete service. 382-9316. 


_ 1 Also H and L 


189 CARS FOR SALE 


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- DATSUN - VOLVO — 


YATES AT COOK 
386-6168 


WE PRICE OUR CARS 


1970 OLDS DELTA "88” 
2-door hardtop. This 
premium car is 
equipped with V-8, au¬ 
tomatic transmission, 
power steering, brakes 
and windows, radio. 
Metallic gold finish. 
Priced to sell at 53295 


1968 FIREBIRD "400”, V-8, 
4-speed, power steer¬ 
ing. power brakes, 
radio, tachometer. Ex¬ 
cellent condition 52495 


WE INVITE COMPARISON 


1971 VOLVO 4-door sedan 
164, 4-speed, overdrive, 
buckets, radio, leather 
upholstery, radial ply 
tires, finished in me¬ 
tallic gold 54795 


1972 CELICA. Toyota’s an¬ 
swer to the hardtop. 
Only 7,000 miles. Like 
new 53195 


ON THE SPOT 
FINANCING 


1972 MAZDA 616 SEDAN. 
3,000 original miles. 
New car warranty in 
effect 52495 


WE DYNO-CHECK 
LATE MODELS 


1965 FORD window van. Big 
"6” engine. Fully re¬ 
conditioned, hard to find 
model 51195 


ALL CARS GOVT 
TESTED 


McCALLUM MOTORS 
DATSUN — VOLVO 

YATES AT COOK 
386-6168 


STUDENT URGENTLY RE- 
qulres good condition 10-speed 
bike, must be reasonably priced. 
4794760. 


ROTOVATING AND LAWN SEED- 
l Ing. 658-5055. 


Rollins Machinery Ltd. 
610 Alpha St. 

Phone 384-0541, Nltes 385-8383 


BRASS BEDSTEAD, WITH OR 
without mattress. Double size or 
larger. 598-3866. 


ROTOVATING, CULTIVATING, 
leveling, post holes, etc. 4784457. 

Seeds, Bulbs, Plants 
Trees, Shrubs 


GOOD BOOKS ALWAYS BOUGHT 
HAUNTED BOOKSHOP 
845 Fort 382-1427 


ANY OLD JEWELLERY, RINGS, 
old gold, watches, small boxes, 
etc. Bygone's, 1034 Fort, 383-8025. 
DEER SKINS AND - ANY HIDES 
bought. 5062 West Saanich Rd. 
479-3021. 


EQUIPMENT WANTED — 
Snopsmith accessories — will pay 
cash. Ph. Dale at 598-2627. 


SPOT CASH 

For good furniture-appliances 
ROYAL FURNITURE 388-9021 

WANTED - METAL TURNING 
lathe for home workshop, any size. 
Cash. 3854261. 


WANTED: 10-YEAR-OLD BOY'S 
hockey equipment and bikes. 
388-6102. 

ELECTRIC WELDER, SMALL 
work bench type, for home re¬ 
pairs. 6564749. 


WANTED - HIDE-A-BED. ALSO 
living room drapes. Phone 
382-8375. 


WANTED: AVOCADO GREEN 

used late model fridge. 592-1552. 


NEEDY FAMILY IN NEED OF 
furnishings, etc. Phone 592-0546. 


NON-WORKING TVS WANTED. 
Will haul away free. 386-0710. 


109 MISCELLANEOUS 
TO BENT 


THISTLE BABY BUGGY, $40. 
Large nylon mesh playpen, $18. 
Excellent condition, 479-6460._ 

30" FAWCET ELECTRIC RANGE 
with automatic oven minder. $50. 
, Phone 3*2-6328. _ 

LADY'S 28" J. C. HIGGINS BIKE. 
$30. 16 gauge Stevens shotgun. 


RENT TO OWN 
NEW SEWING MACHINES 
Domestic and Industrial 
I SAWYER SEWING CENTRES 
840 Fort St. 388-6228 


i 40-GALLON OAK WINE 
fls, $8 each. Also Seagull out- 
j. 386-1063. 

UNGTON TYPEWRITER, 
lard; oak bed, 4'6", complete. 


CANNING JARS. 

598 -3909. __ 

HDAIRE FRIDGE, SMALL, 
condition. $50. 3834)381. 


MG BUILT-IN DISHWASHER 
condition, $60. Phone 383-515^ 

iCQUET CLUB SHARE, $700 
477-6074 


IB INDOOR PLANTS IN 
dr Ml*. 386-8020. ■ 

ME R APARTMENT SIZE 

■, spin dry, as new 3824987. 


MISCELLANEOUS 

WANTED 


MONEY IN A HURRY 
I LOANS on tools, glins, musl- 
Instruments, cameras and 
Ing goods. We BUY also 
PONS, INSTRUMENTS, etc., 
EADY CASH. 

BILL SCOTT'S 
IIVERSAL PAWNBROKING 
AND AUCTION CENTRE 
OHNSON 383-9512 

ierly BJ Trading, 617 Johnson 

UNO “Tars, furnishing 

der house. 6564219. 
REGULATOR CLOCK, ANY 
tlon, Victoria Press, Box 2J1. 

TED: WOODEN EXPRESS 
n, In good condition. 384-1958. 

IGES, FREEZERS BOUGHT 
m All-Tpmo. 


CHEMICAL TOILETS 


For special events. Picnics, ’con- ISLmo'wtT"' ^ 


struefion sites.. Phone ACME Sep¬ 
tic Tank Services Ltd., 478-6953. 


DISHWASHER FOR RENT, 
385-3832 at Butler Brothers, 1720 

Douglas St., 38 3-6911 . _ 

TOOL AND EQUIPMENT REN- 
tals; Goldstream Rentals, James 
Bay. 385-451 1. 

GARAGE FOR RENT. BAY AND 
Quadra area. 658-5057. 


115 SWAPS 

300 LbT TOP GRADE ABER- 
deen Angus beef for pool table or 
part material and labor, fencing. 
658-5135. 

SWAP 9X18 TENT" "AND 30-30 
Winchester for motorbike. Phone 
385-1534. 

1972 CORTINA 2000, 2-DOOR, 
4-speed, extras. Swap for 1967-69 
pickup and cash. 477-5917. 

1955 CHEV. > 2-TON, 6 CYLINDER, 
for tools. 478-7296. 


PLANT YOUR LAWN NOW1 
with BUCKERFIELD'S best grass 
mixtures "Uplands Green," "Park- 
lands" "Playgreen" and the econ¬ 
omy mix. All at sale prices. 
BUCKERFIELD'S, 506 Pandora, 
384-7181. 


Top Soil, Rocks and Fill 


SAND, GRAVEL SUPPLIES, 
used red bricks and clay fill. O.K. 
Trucking_Co. Ltd. 386-34^ 

BLACK FIELD SOIL FOfTs/TleT^ 
yds, $24; 10 yds. $37; 12 yds. $42. 
479-5088. 

PEAT SOIlTsHREDDED, $1 PER 
bag (approximately 70 lbs.). 
598-5701. 


BLACK LOAM OR SHREADED 
peat, by load or bag. 3854356. 

GOOD TOP SOIL FROM NUR- 
sery, 6-yard minimum. 477-5371. 

125 PETS AND SUPPLIES 


UNREGISTERED BLACK POO- 
die pups and their mother. Strong 
and healthy pups, and excellent 2 
year-old mother. Males, $50, fe¬ 
males, $40. All shots. 381-8134. 

PEDIGREE PERSIAN KITTENS 
from registered breeder. Blue, 
cream and cameo males. $60 and 
up. 477 4030. 

R E G I S T E RED SAMOYED 
puppy, small female, 4 months, 
$90. Litter females ready Oct. 5. 
479-6524. Terms. 

C H I M O DOG OBEDIENCE 
Classes, starting Sept. 20. Located 
close to Woolco 652-3030 or 
479-2629. 


WANTED: GOOD LOVING FAMI- 
ly home, part Collie and cocker 
dog, also one kitten and mother 
cat. 478-3738. 

CHIHUAHUA-TERRIER PUP- 
pies. Very good with children. $35. 
386-2564. 


PUREBRED ST. BERNARD 


CAIRN TERRIERS EXCLUSIVE- 
ly. Melita Kennels, Raymond at 

Snelling. 479-2686. _ 

REGISTERED WHITE~AND 
apricot poodles, 8 weeks and up, 
656-3900. 


PUREBRED GERMAN SHEP 
herd puppies. Only female $35 
each. 652-2246. 

REGISTERED SPAYED RED 
setter, 12 months, nearly free to 
good country home. 658-5135. 

MALE SIAMESE KITTEN, 7 
weeks old. Housebroker), $15. 
658-5749. 

FREE TO GOOD COUNTRY 
home, pure bred Irish Setter, 
male, 479-7769 or 479-3701. 
NORWEGIAN ELK HOUND PUP- 
pies, 6 weeks old. innoculated. $80 
each. Phone 746-6603 Duncan. 

SHEPERD-ELK ’ HOUND PUP- 
pies. 592-2729. 


117 ANTIQUES 

ACCOUNTS LEDGER OF THE 


RABBITS 
after 4 p.i 


FOR SALE. 386-3058 


GERMAN SHEP- 


„„_ _ .. _PUREBRED .. 

British sailing Barque George, 1879 herd puppies for sale. $35. 652-2246. 
to 1889; single local stores ledger atmpbrfi if Scottish 
of schooner Beatrice and Schooner HIEATHERBELLE S C O T T I S H 

Chlnoko; buggy too completel terrier puppies. 479-2651 . _ 

S1°0 ; eartv F ° r < FREE, 2 CATS AND 3 WHITE 

Victoria. Feb. 1850 , 2 large car- kj . tens 3a3.0005. 
rlage wheels, nickeled hubs, very 


JOHN DEERE DIESEL TRAC¬ 
TOR Sale, 1 only, 1120, 1 only 2120 
also hay rake, 6-ton wagon and 
conditioner. 386-6511 

VICTORIA JEEP 


MF 35 

Diesel, good rubber, ready 
work, $1750. 

BUTLER BROS. 652-1121 


NINE-N FORD TRACTOR, 3 
point hitch, new rubber, 2 furrow 
plough and blade. $950. Phone 
743-9477 Cobble Hill. 


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70 VOLKS 1600 F.B, 

$1688 

69 RENAULT R8 

$975 

69 CORTINA 4-DR 

$1355 

68 CORTINA G.T. 

$1275 

67 CORTINA 4-DR 

$965 

67 AUSTIN 1800 

$975 

67 VAUXHALL Viva 

$698 

66 VAUXHALL Viva 

$650 

64 SUNBEAM Imp 

$465 

62 FALCON 2-DR 

$325 


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CHRYSLER-DODGE 
DODGE TRUCKS 


BACK TO SCHOOL 
SPECIALS 


71 COLT H.T. $1995 

70 DATSUN 1600 $1495 


67 AUSTIN 850 


$895 


BRIAN HOLLEY VOLVO 
3319 Douglas at 
Cloverdale 
Phone 384-1161 


70 AMERICA A.T. $1495 
$1295 
$2095. 
$795 
$S95 


69 AUSTIN 1100 
71 MINI HE MI 

64 FAIRLANE 

65 MG MIDGET 


ISO CARS FOB SALE 


ENSIGN 

CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH 
DOWNTOWN 
YATES at COOK 


—PLYMOUTH 
-CHRYSLER 
-FARGO TRUCKS 
-SALES and 
SERVICE 


SALE PRICING 
ON BRAND NEW 
1972 

CARS AND TRUCKS 


1972 

PLYMOUTH CRICKETS 
BRAND NEW 
$2197 

SALE PRICE 
$59 down 

48 payments of $59 


USED CARS 

69 MARQUIS SPORT con¬ 
vertible. Fully power 
equipped. Factory air 
conditioning. 

SALE PRICE $2797 
No down payment 
$98 for 36 months 


71 PLYMOUTH FURY 
2-door hardtop, V-8, auto¬ 
matic, power steering, 
radio, vinyl roof. 

SALE PRICE $3195 
No down payment 
$112 for 36 months 


69 CHEV. Bel Air 
69 CHRYSLER 

69 DODGE Monaco 

70 PLYMOUTH Fury 
70 DODGE Monaco 

70 MERC. Montego 

71 DUSTER 

72 OLDS 98 


ENSIGN 

CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH 

DOWNTOWN 
YATES at COOK 

386-2411 

Open weekdays 'til 9 


TREE 
POINT 
MOTORS 

1971 MAZDA 1200 station 
wagon $1795 

1971 TOYOTA Corona MK H 
4-door sedan $2695 

1970 ENVOY $1695 

1968 CORTINA 4 - d 0 o r 
sedan, automatic $1395 

THREE POINT MOTORS 
Government at Hillside 
385-6737 


1967 . 
cellent 
Have 
South 
1009 


VOLVO. BY OWNER. EX- 
t condition. $1800 or offers, 
acquired Landrover, going to 
America. Must sell l Apt. 
Burdette anytime. 


NO DOWN PAYMENT 
100% FINANCING 


T9 50 CHRYSLER WINDSOR 
Sedan, automatic, very good con¬ 
dition. Best offer or trade for 
trailer, or what have you. Phone 
598-1224. 

1964 CORVAIR, FOUR NEW 
1 tires, radio, new brakes, and 

shocks; will sell for $150 or for 
parts. Call 478-6924._ 

1965 PLYMOUTH FURY III, 

power steering, radio. Tested. 
Clean condition. 383-6058 between 
4:30 - 9:00. _ 


BOTH SIDES OF THE 
800 BLOCK YATES ST. 

384-8174 


1969 4-DOOR WHITE VINYL 
hardtop, V-8, Rebel, excellent 
working condition. Low mileage, 
SJ900. 383-2467._ 


1970 PLYMOUTH SPORTS Su¬ 
burban station wagon, P.S., P.B., 
radio, 383 engine, automatic, 
$3,000. 246-3864. 


'71 TOYOTA MARK 
Wagon, 4 door, ' 
miles, excellent 
After 5. 477-3636. 


(ARK Y\ ST 
, 4 . speed, 

I condition, 


STATION 
10,000 
$2800. 


,. 7 .WEEKEND SPECIALS 
67 v C a A 3 AN cc Buckef seats, A.T., 
v-o rli., 55 tfltx 

'66 BUICK fflj 

'65 VALIANT A.T. I57? 

64 FORD 

'60 PLYMOUTH j 00 

'60 FORD < 

'58 CHEV \ Z 

PALM MOTORS LTD. 1 * 

... I " s, « nt "No-red-tape" Credit 

imv mcdc rw 383-5252 

BUY HERE PAY HERE 


nice condition but no tires, $60; 5 PUREBRED POODLE, 5 
large photographic print albums of months, no papers, $60, 479-6562. 
world wide scenery and architec- 1 . (A . 1TC _ r .. n wr ... c cnD 
ture. In need of binding, circa WANTED - GOOD HOME FOR 
1885, $75; model T Ford frame, well trained kitten, 478-1131. 

sandblasted and primed, KO; ssl. cuddly BLACK MINIATURE 

of 4 Model T fenders, $20, mo rvioDies 383-1848 

Model T engine, transmission, ^ le pupples ’ _ 

manifolds, and carb, $50; 1 cylin- SIAMESE KITTENS, $15. 
der 4 HP Fairbanks Stationary en- 652-2609. 

gine, $30; serious enquires only —---- 

piease, 386-6643 after 5:30. \ COCKER POO-COCKER SPANIEL 

_\ _ r: cross pups. Gold coloured. 478-2709. 

VISIT THE ISLAND GALLERY, 

2015 Oak Bay Avenue, oKolite ONE YEAR OLD PART POODLE- 
I Davenport Pharmacy. 9 maltese puppy, $50. 385-9921. 


SPORT DELUXE 
JW7 ACADIAN 2-door hardtop. 
Buckef seats, console, V-8 auto¬ 
matic, radio, power steering. For 
appointment to view this hard to 
find model, contact 

KEN ALGER 

•>«^?, ESS P0NT| AC BUICK GMC 
***** Res. 477-6308 

'67 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL. IM- 
maculate condition. New paint job, 
tires, front end and tune up. Every 
accessory and power equipment, 
air conditioning. Low mileage. 
From $4150 or offers. 658-8889. 

•70 MERCURY COUGAR X R 7, 
power steering, power brakes, con¬ 
sole shift, vinyl roof. Immaculate 
condition. Under 24,000 miles. Ask¬ 
ing $3200 or nearest offer. 384-5994. 

'63 CHEVY II, RELIABLE, $300. 
382-7717. 


• -WILLE MOTORS 

GEHEMINI 700 HP. HEMI $2495 
72 HONDA 500 Four $1250 

'70 TORINO 351 4 spl. $2795 

'70 TORINO, 25,000 miles $2695 

'70 DUSER 340 4 sp. $2495 

'69 FIREBIRD 350 Auto. S2595 

'69 SPORT SATELLITE $2295 

'69 CHRYSLER 2-Dr. Ht. S2595 

'68 TORINO 302 4 spd. $2295 

'68 CHEV. 108 Van $1795 

'67 VALIANT 6 Auto. $1295 

'67 CYCLONE GT 390 4 spd $1695 

'66 DODGE 2-Dr. HT $1195 

'65 RENAULT 4-Dr. $ 395 

'65 ENVOY Special $495 

'63 FALCON Sedan Delivery $ 695 


Backed by one of the 
ISLAND'S LARGEST 
SERVICE CENTRES 


3240 Douglas 


382-2313 


GETTING NEW COMPANY CAR. 
No longer need former J.C. Fair 
Show Car. 1970 Toyota Corolla 
Sprinter, white with black vinyl 
top and Interior. Rally stripe and 
mags. Only 12,700 miles, $1695. 
Call 598-2006. 


1969 VOLVO 4-DOOR 4-SPEED. 
This Is a one owner car, less than 
30,000 miles. Red In color, new 
tires. Contact Brian Duncan, 
383-2954 or McCallum Motors, 
386-6168. 


1972 NEW BUICK LE SABRE 
4-door sedan. Loaded. $5000 firm. 
Won on raffle. 388-6318. 79 Battle- 
ford Ave. 

1963 ACADIAN CONVERTIBLE, 

1967 motor, 6-cylinder automatic, 

$400 or offers. 384-5745 after 4:30 

p.m._ _ 

1968 MUSTANG, 289 CONSOLE 
automatic. Excellent condition. 
$1975. Trades considered. Cadboro 
Bay Service. 477-2102. 


1967 PONTIAC FIREBIRD CON- 
vertible. 326 high output. Offers? 
748-9479, Duncan. 


1967 BUICK SKYLARK CON- 
vertlble, excellent condition. Auto¬ 
matic. 388-7488, after 6 p.m. 


'64 OLDSMOBILE LIMOUSINE, 
has to be seen to be appreciated, 
478-3454. 


'66 DUNE BUGGY WITH 
power train, running but needs 
some motor work. 478 3454. 


1970 FORD RANGER, POWER 
steering, power brakes, with fac¬ 
tory canopy. 479-2213. 


'40 FORD COUPE, EXCELLENT 
condition. '40 Ford pick-up. Offers. 
N. Robertson, Box 2295 Sid ney. 

'62 PONTIACTsTANDARD, 6-CYL- 
inder, 4-door. Offers. 304-903 Esqui¬ 
mau. 


MUST SELL '55 CHEV. 2-DOOR 
hardtop. Immaculate, fast. 
477-3082. 


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EXTRA SPECIAL 
$ —SAVE-$ 

1972 PINTO ^door, radio, 
automatic transmission, 
whitewall tires. Choice 
of colors. 

NEW PRICE $2853 

NOW $2495 


1972 MAVERICK 4-door 
aedan, Mylinder, auto¬ 
matic, power steering, 
radio $2895 


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SAUNDERS & HITCHMAN 
TOYOTA 

FDR GREAT 
USED CAR VALUES! 

1972 TOYOTA CROWN 
4 - d o o r, automatic, 
power steering, radio 

$3795 

1972 TOYOTA CELICA, 9009 
miles, 110 h.p. $2995 

1972 TOYOTA 1600 Coupe, 
4-speed, radio, 9000 
mUes $2395 


1969 LTD. BROUGHAM 
4-door hardtop, full 
power with power win¬ 
dows and factory air. 

$3195 


1970 PLYMOUTH Belvedere 
4-door sedan, V-8, auto¬ 
matic, power steering 
and brakes $2595 


1969 FIAT Spider, convert¬ 
ible $1395 


1966 RAMBLER Ambas¬ 
sador 880, 4-door sedan, 
V-8, automatic trans¬ 
mission, radio $895 


1966 VALIANT 2-door hard¬ 
top, V-8, automatic, 
radio. $1395 


1969 MUSTANG 2 - d o o r 
hardtop fastback. Auto- 
matio transmission, 
radio, power steering 

$2695 


1969 DODGE Polara, auto- 
m a t i c transmission, 
power steering, radio 

$2095 


1968 EPIC 


$895 


1964 RAMBLER American 
$495 


TRUCKS 


1969 DATSUN Pickup $1495 


1971 FORD F100 49-ton pick¬ 
up, Cylinder, standard 
transmission. 

Small box $2395 


1969 FORD F100 pickup 
with de luxe canopy 

$2395 


IM CARS FOB SAL* 


1970 SIMCA 1204 Moor, 
4-speed, radio, .radial 
tirea $1595 

1969 TOYOTA CORONA 
4-door, standard trans¬ 
mission $1395 

1969 PLYMOUTH BELr 
VEDERE, V-8, 4-door, 
automatic, power steer¬ 
ing, power brakes $1995 

1970 CHRYSLER NEW¬ 

PORT convertible. All 
power $2995 

1969 MUSTANG 2-door, 351 
V-8, power steering, 
power brakes $2595 

1968 TOYOTA CROWN, 6 
cylinder, standard 
transmission, bucket 
seats, radio $1495 

1967 RAMBLER Ambas¬ 
sador DPL, V-8, power 
steering, power brakes, 
radio $1395 

1966 VOLKSWAGEN Beetle, 
34,000 miles $1095 

1965 DATSUN 4-door, 4- 
speed, radio $595 

1961 VOLKSWAGEN $195 

BEST USED BUYS 
WHERE YOU BUY 
TOYOTA BEST 

SAUNDERS & HITCHMAN 
2040 Cadboro Bay Rd., 
at Foul Bay Rd. 
592-2471 

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1971KARMANN GHIA 
coupe, (tick automatic, 
radio. 4,000 milea $2895 


METRO TOYOTA 
SIDNEY DIVISION 
6584311 


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ON THE ISLAND 


PREMIUM SELECT 
USED CARS 


1971 PINTO coupe, 4-apeed, 
radio. 22,000 miles 

$1995 


1972 VOLKSWAGEN Super 
Beetle, radio. Leath¬ 
erette, undercoat $2295 


1971 FORD 44-ton, V8.- auto¬ 
matic, power steering, 
power brakes. Com¬ 
plete with 844’ oamper. 
17,000 miles $4795 


1972 VOLKSWAGEN West- 
falia camper, radio, 
U.,000 miles $4495 


SUPPORT YOUR 
DOUGLAS 

ROTARY SALMON DERBY 


Bank Finance 
Up to 60 Months 
On Approved Credit 


3329 pouglas St. 
388-5466 
Open 9 ’til 9 


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McCALLUM MOTORS 
DATSUN — VOLVO 

COLWOOD DIVISION 

COLWOOD CORNERS 
478-5622 


ALL SOLD WITH 
7-DAY 

MONEY BACK , 
GUARANTEE! 


PETER POLLEN 
FORD 

1060 Yates St. — 384-1144 


REPOSSESSED 
1965 Cadillac convertible. Has re¬ 
cently had a complete motor over¬ 
haul. Best offer fakes. Phone 
388-7041. 


1970 IMPALA, 2 DOOR HARD 
top, 350 motor, automatic, radio, 
vinyl roof, A-l condition, full price 
$2750. 477-5380. 


'54 VAUXHALL, 41,000 ORIGINAL 
miles, one owner, $175 or offers. 
477-8823. 

'71 DATSUN, NEW TIRES, GOOD 
condition, $1750 after 5 p.m. 
658-5908. 


55 CHEV., V-8, INERIOR, MAGS, 
will swap for motorcycle. 1010 Lin¬ 
den Ave. 


72 VOLKSWAGEN SUPER SEE- 
fie. 7800 miles, automatic, radio, 
radials. Offers. 385-0063 evenings. 


1965 BUICK SPECIAL 4-DOOR, 6 
cylinder, 67,000 miles, $650. 
383-0897. 


1962 PEUGEOT, TESTED, GOOD 
running order, $150 . 598-4971 

around 5 p.m. 


'65 PARKLANE CONVERTIBLE, 
tape deck, mag wheels, $795. 
383-8593. 


-59 T-BIRD, GOOD BODY, PAINT 
and tires. New muffler system, 
$950. 478-3591. 


1960 MERCEDES BENZ 220 S. 
Excellent condition, best offer 
385-9517. 

1970 MAZDA, RADIO. WILL CON- 
sider trade. $1,400 or offer. 
477-2063. _ 

'68 TORINO GT, 390 4-BARREL. 
Power steering. Power brakes, au¬ 
tomatic, 383-1556 after_5.___ 

'72 CORTINA, 2,000 MILES. 2 
months old. $2700 new; must sell 
— $2100. Trade or offers. 477-8823. 


71 CORTINA 1600. AMBER 
gold. Excellent condition. Bargain. 
$1750 . 386-0050. 


ROVER 2000 TC, EXCELLENT 
running condition, best offer, 
477-2959. 


1962 MERCURY METEOR, Ex¬ 
cellent condition V-8, - automatic, 
radio, load ed. $650 . 38643 861. 

GOING TO UNIVERSITY, MUST 
sell '64 Bedford van, $325. 479-2769 
after 4 p.m. 


1971 CORONA 4-door Sedan. 

1969 DATSUN 2-door 1600. 

1969 MUSTANG 428, auto- 
matic. 

1968 BUICK Skylark 2-door 
hardtop, full power. 

1968 FORD H-ton, 4-speed, 
big 6, radio. 

1968 FARGO 'h- ton, big 6, 
standard, custom cab. 

1968 INTERNATIONAL 
Travelall 44-ton, V-8. 
4-speed. 

1968 G.M.C. Fleetside, 6 cyl¬ 
inder standard. 

1967 CORTINA 4-door, auto¬ 
matic 

1966 MUSTANG 2 - d o o r 
hardtop, full power. 

1965 MERCURY, V-8, auto¬ 
matic. 2-door hardtop, 
full power. 

1965 PONTIAC, V-8, auto¬ 
matic, convert., power. 

1965 FORD station wagon, 
9-passenger, V-8, auto¬ 
matic, full power. 

1964 IMPALA 2-door hard¬ 
top, 6 cylinder, auto¬ 
matic, radio. 

1964 DODGE Moor, V-8, 
automatic, full power. 

1964 FORD station wagon, 
V-8, automatic, full 
power. 

And many, many more to 

choose from. Make your 

offer now. 

ALL CARS 
SAFETY TESTED 
FOR BUYERS' 
SATISFACTION 

DRIVE TO SIDNEY 
AND SAVE! 

METRO TOYOTA 
SIDNEY DIVISION 


1965 


THANK YOU ALL for your 
wonderful support, but due 
to the increased business we 
must double our lot size. 

The pavers and electricians 
want to get going and to 
make room for them we 
must reduce our stock. NO 
REASONABLE OFFER RE- 1968 
FUSED ON THESE PRE 
MIUM UNITS. 


VAIAANT 4 door station 
wagon. Autokmtic trans¬ 
mission 5895 


CORTINA Station Wa¬ 
gon, 4-speed, in very 
good shape. Save $400. 
REDUCED TO $995 


1968 PLYMOUTH Fury HI 
2 door hardtop. Fully 
equipped $1595 


1971 DATSUN Fastback. 
4-speed transmission, 
radio and tape. 

TO CLEAR $1895 


1968 PLYMOUTH Fury HI, 
2-door hardtop. Lots of 
equipment, new paint. 
REDUCED TO $1695 


1966 AUSTIN 1800 Moor 
sedan. Excellent condi¬ 
tion $1295 


BANK RATE FINANCE 
ALL CARS TESTED 


McCALLUM MOTORS 
DATSUN — VOLVO 
COLWOOD DIVISION 
478-5622 


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196 8 VOLKSWAGEN, 27,000 
miles. Lika new, $1300. Phone 
385-0630. 


1962 VOLVO 544 B-181. LICENSED 
and In running condition. $400 or 
best offer. 656-3530._ 

1971 VOLKS SUPER BEETLE, 
wrecked. Best offer. 363-6110 
after 7. 


'66 FALCON FUTURA STATION 
wagon 6, automatic, $1195. 365-0031. 


'62 BUICK CONVERTIBLE, IM- 
maculate, new top, must be seen. 

Best offer. 592-3514 after 6_ 

'66 MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE, 
289 automatic. $1400 or best offer. 

384-0277. __ 

1953 JAGUAR MK7, $350. 1959 JA- 
guar MK1, $600. 322 Langford 

Street, 7-9 p.m. 


'62 CHEV. WAGON, 6, STAN- 
dard, good cheap transportation. 
$350. 656-4375. 


1970 DATSUN 1600 Pickup. 
Only 11,000 miles $1695 

1968 ROVER TC 2000, radio 

$1495 

1965-MORRIS Oxford Sta¬ 
tion Wagon. Very nice 
compact wagon $795 


1967 VIVA, radio 


$795 


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UNDER THE REVOLVING 
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GARDEN CITY 
. AUTO SALES LTD. 

383-1931 


2978 DOUGLAS ST. 


"BONUS BUYS” 


1968 THUNDERBIRD 4-DR. 
LAUDAU. FINISHED 
IN SEA MIST GREEN 
WITH BLACK VINYL 
ROOF, HAS ALL 
I a THUNDERBIRD LUX- 
URY OPTIONS IN- 
CLUDED. DRIVE IT 
TODAY. 

Kb, 

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BUICK RIVIERA, THIS 
PREMIUM UNIT IS ' 
LUXURY EQUIPPED 
WITH AIR CONDI¬ 
TIONING. P.S., P.B., 
P.W. AND MUCH 
MORE. LOOKS AND 
DRIVES LIKE A NEW 
AUTOMOBILE. 


1997 MUSTANG 2-DR. HT. 
FINISHED IN GOLD 
WITH BLACK VINYL 
ROOF AND GT INTE¬ 
RIOR DECOR PACK¬ 
AGE. 289 AUTOMATIC 
MAKE THIS A VERY 
DESIREABLE CAR. 


1968 BUICK WILDCAT 
* 4-DR. HT. AN IDEAL 

1 CAR FOR LARGE 
FAMILY OR TRAIL- 
ERING. COMPLETE 
WITH ALL STAN- 
D A R D FEATURES 
AND READY TO GO. 


1969 MUSTANG FAST- 
BACK, A SPORTY 
CAR FOR SPORTY 
PEOPLE. IN MATA¬ 
DOR RED WITH 
BLACK INTERIOR, 
V-8, AUTO., P.S., P.B 
AND RADIO. READY 
FOR THE YOUNG AT 
HEART. 


1971 PINTO 2-DR. SDN. A 
SMALLER CAR FOR 
STUDENT OR THE 
WIFE; LOW MILE¬ 
AGE AND ALMOST 
NEW, AND PRICED 
WAY BELOW NEW 
PRICE. 


1966 FORD GALAXIE 500 
4-DR SDN. AN IDEAL 
, CAR FOR YOUR 

“ FIRST CAR. EQUIP¬ 

PED WITH V-8 , AUTO¬ 
MATIC, P.S. AND P.B. 
FINISHED in azure 
BLUE. 


1966 OLDS CUTLASS ^IN¬ 
VERTIBLE, THIS CAR 
IS GREEN WITH 
WHITE BUCKET 
SEATS, HAS P.S., P.B. 
P.W. LOTS OF SUM¬ 
MER LEFT TO 
ENJOY A CONVERT. 


ALL CARS GOV'T TESTED 
FOR YOUR PROTECTION. 


•‘WARRANTY 
ON ALL CARS” 


"MAKE YOUR OFFER 
TODAY” 


GARDEN CITY 
AUTO SALES LTD. 


2978 DOUGLAS ST. 
383-1931 


—HORWOOD MAZDA— 
$$ SAVE S3 


n MAZDA, 7,000 mllw 
70 MAZDA R100, 13000 miles 
69 TOYOTA Sprinter Sp. Cpe. 
68 BARRACUDA Cpe, AT 
48 ROVER 2000, AT 
48 FIREBIRD 400, AT 

44 CAPRICE HT, vinyl too 

45 FALCON, automatic 

43 CHEVY II Wan, AT, PS 


$1895 

$2195 

$1495 

$1795 

$2195 

$2695 

$1595 

$795 

$745 


MANY MORE TO CHOOSE 
FROM 


ASK ABOUT OUR 
— DEMO SALE — 


Open ’til 9 p.m. 
—HORWOOD MAZDA— 
385-1451 

Johnson and Blanshard 


1973 COMMANDO BIG 4 automat¬ 
ic, A wheel drive $4895 

1949 Chev. 9-passenger wagon 
good shape—clean $1495 

VICTORIA JEEP 
HILLSIDE at ROCK BAY 


1943 PONTIAC PARISIENNE, 2 
door hardtop, factory 409, 4 speed, 
(5,000 miles on new engine), new 
paint, headers, cam, hurst, 6-pack, 
best cash offer. Phone Dave at 
382-0227 after 6 p.m. 


DUNE BUGGY — ALMOST NEW 
Tested, mags, etc. Hunting or 
pleasure. Reasonable offers consid¬ 
ered. See at Cunningham Garage, 
Pat Bay Highway. _ 


1944 IMPALA, V-8 AUTOMATIC, 
power steering and brakes. Recon¬ 
ditioned motor, body excellent. 
Tested till September 73. $1150. 
Trades considered. 479-7955. 


1944 CHEV. IMPALA, S.S., GOLD, 
white top, 327, automatic, bucket 
seats .Loaded with extras. Mint 
condition. Must sell Immediately. 
Offers. See at 175 Cadillac, any¬ 
time, or call 384-9903. 


'49 FORti FAIRLANE 2-DOOR 
hardtop, 234)00 miles, 302, auto¬ 
matic. Vinyl roof, power steering. 
Bargain. First $1800. 385-5854. 


PRIVATELY OWNED 1945 METE- 
or Montcalm, 4 door hardtop, V8, 
excellent condition, can finance. 
384-3110. 


1948 CADILLAC COUPE DE- 
Ville, owner driven only. All elec¬ 
tric equipment. AM-FM radio. 
Prime condition. 384-8792. 


MERCEDES 100 GAS, 1942, 
beige, radio end hitch, good condi¬ 
tion, $750. 598-2008. 


METRO 


TOYOTA 


LTD. 


FRESH TRADES 


1972 GRANDE TORINO 
2-DOOR HARDTOP, 
V-8, AUTOMATIC, 
POWER STEERING, 
POWER BRAKES, 
RADIO AND VINYL 
ROOF 


1972 TOYOTA CROWN 
SEDAN. AUTOMATIC, 
FULLY EQUIPPED. 
9000 MILES. 


1972 TOYOTA 1600 COUPE 
4-SPEED, RADIO. 


1971 KARMANN GHIA AU- 
TOMATIC, 8000 
MILES. 


1971 TORINO 4 - D O O R 
HARDTOP, V-8, AUTO- 
MATIC, POWER 
STEERING, POWER 
BRAKES. RADIO. 
FULL HISTORY SUP¬ 
PLIED ON REQUEST. 


1970 CHEVROLET IMPALA 
CONVERTIBLE, V-8, 
AUTOMATIC, POWER 
STEERING, POWER 
BRAKES, RADIO 
MINT CONDITION. 


1970 TOYOTA LAND 
CRUISER. 4-WHEEL 
DRIVE, WARNE HUBS. 
FULLY RECONDI¬ 
TIONED. 


1970 DATSUN 1600 SEDAN. 
LOW MILEAGE, 
RADIO. 


1969 ROVER TC. ALL FAC- 
T O R Y APPOINT¬ 
MENTS. PREMIUM 
CONDITION. 


1969 VAUXHALL VIVA 
PERFECT SECO N D 
UNIT. RADIO. 


1969 DATSUN 1600 2-DOOR 
SEDAN, RADIO, EX¬ 
CELLENT SECOND 
UNIT. 


1969 VOLKSWAGEN WAG¬ 
ON, FULLY EQUIP¬ 
PED. SCARCE MODEL. 


1969 MUSTANG FAST- 
BACK. BIG V-8, 
4-SPEED, FULLY 
EQUIPPED. IMMACU¬ 
LATE INSIDE AND 
OUT. 


1969 COUGAR 2-DOOR 
HARDTOP, V-8, AUTO- 
MATIC, POWER 
STEERING AND 
POWER BRAKES, 
RADIO. MANY 
OTHER FACTORY 
OPTIONS. 


1969 FORD SEDAN. V-8, 
AUTOMATIC, POWER 
STEERING, RADIO. 
PERFECT FAMILY 
UNIT IN EXCELLENT 
CONDITION. 


1969 SKYLARK 400, V-8, 

AUTOMATIC, POWER 
STEERING, POWER 
BRAKES, RADIO, 
TILT WHEEL. PLUS 
MANY MORE FAC¬ 
TORY OPTIONS. 


1968 VALIANT. ECONOMI¬ 
CAL SIX CYLINDER, 
RADIO. ONE OWNER. 
IN EXCELLENT CON¬ 
DITION. 


1968 BARRACUDA HARD¬ 
TOP, 340, V-8, AUTO- 
M A T I C , FULL 
POWER. EQUIPPED 
WITH BUCKET SEATS 
AND CONSOLE. PRE¬ 
MIUM LOW MILEAGE 
UNIT. 


1968 M O N T E G O MX 
2 - D O O R HARDTOP, 
V - 8, AUTOMATIC, 
POWER STEERING 
AND POWER 

BRAKES, RADIO. 
LOTS OF EXTRAS. 
MUST BE DRIVEN. 


1968 OLDSMOBBLE DELTA 
CONVERTIBLE 
FULLY EQUIPPED 
WITH ALL FACTORY 
OPTIONS. HISTORY 
SUPPLIED ON RE¬ 
QUEST. 


1968 SATELLITE, V-8, FAC¬ 
TORY 4-SPEED. FULL 
POWER, RADIO. 


1967 VOLKSWAGEN BEE¬ 
TLE. RADIO, LOW 
MILEAGE. 


1966 VOLKSWAGEN BEE¬ 
TLE. 2 TO CHOOSE 
FROM. FULLY RE¬ 
CONDITIONED. 


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‘•PUTTING YOU FIRST 
KEEPS US FIRST” 


BUYER BENEFITS!! 
-Free exchange privilege 
-2-year written warranty 
with every car 
-Take it to your favorite 
mechanic 

-All cars Gov’t tested 
-100% financing 


CORNELL CHEV-OLDS 


3050 DOUGLAS STREET 
(Opp. Mayfair) 
385-5777 — ’til 9 p.m. 


J. C. MOTORS LTD. 


ISO CARS FOR SALE 


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PLIMLEY 
SINCE 1893 


CASH ! ! ! 
For Top Quality 
Used Cars'' 


Select Trade-Ins 


on the New 

AUSTIN MARINA 


1967 ACADIAN C A N S O . 
Bucket seats, automat¬ 
ic, floor shift, power 
steering, power brakes, 
radio, mag wheels. 
Conditioh like new 

51995 


1972 MGB ROADSTER, 
wire wheels, tonneau 
cover. Very low mile- 


age 

$3650 

72 DATSUN 1200 

52195 

68 RAMBLER 

$1395 

68 ENVOY 

$845 

69 VIVA 

$1095 

67 DODGE Dart 

$1595 

65 MERC. Wagon 

$1295 

65 BARRACUDA^ 

* $1495 

64 BUICK Ht. 

$1295 


PUMLEY 

1010 Yates 382-9121 

Open to 9 p.m. 


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150 CARS FOR SALE 


DE PAPE 
MOTORS 


REMEMBER 
IF YOU BUY BEFORE 
SEEING US YOU MAY 
HAVE PAID TOO 
MUCH 


1971 IMPERIAL 
”LE BARON” 

Luxury to say the least on this 
14,000 mil* on* owner 4-door hard¬ 
top. Chocolate brown with vinyl 
roof. Thla unit Is loaded with twin 
comfort lounge power seats, power 
windows, power door locks, factory 
air, tilt end telescopic wheel, AM- 
FM stereo radio and cassette re¬ 
corder player with microphone 
plus eutomatlo transmission, 
power steering and power brakes. 
New price over $12,000. 

SPECIAL NOW $4995 


1970 LINCOLN 
CONTINENTAL 
4-door eedan finished In stunning 
bronze exterior »/!*h tan leether In¬ 
terior. Such ft/ urn as radio-tape 
combination, power steering, 
power brakes, 4-way power seat,, 
power windows, power window 
locks, power door locks, plus auto¬ 
matic trunk release, Intermltent 
wipers. $5995 


1967 JAGUAR 420 G 

You won't believe It when you see 
It. One owner 4-door sedan, auto¬ 
matic, radio, power steering, 
power brakes, radial tires, finished 
in a spectacular metallic green 
with ten leather interior. Come on 
you Jag Buffs try this one on. Cost 
new $10,000. 

NOW ONLY $3895 


1969 ROVER 2000 TC 
Spotless unit, very low mileage. If 
you are looking for a Rover you 
must see this on*. $2595 


1M CABS FOB SALE 


SUBURBAN 

N 

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T 

H 

ON DOUGLAS 


WE SELL 


LINCOLN-ME RCURY 
METEOR 


1972 CHEVY VEGA 4-cylin¬ 
der, automatic trans¬ 
mission, radio 32430 


1972 CORTINA 2000. Auto¬ 
matic transmission 

32395 


1972 TOYOTA CELICA 
2-door hardtop, 4-cylln- 
der, 4-speed, radio 

32995 


1971 COMET 2-door, 6, auto- 
m a t i c transmission, 
radio 32295 


1972 PONTIAC G.T.O. 


This unit was purchased locally — 
a ona owner cor in showroom con- 
dltton. Shadow gold with Ian vinyl 
roof. Interior 6now white bucket 
seels. Console automatic, radio, 
power steering, power brakes. 
Power windows, power seel, low 
mileage, steel wheels. Duel ex¬ 
haust. A must sea and drive. $4895 


1971 VOLKSWAGEN 
SUPER BEETLE 
Another Immaculate unit, white 


and red Interior, 4-speed, radio. 


$1895 


1969 VOLKSWAGEN 
SUPER BEETLE 

A perfect second car, top shape, 
low mileage unit. 4-speed, radio, 
heater. $1495 


1971 VOLKSWAGEN 
WINDOW VAN 

Red exterior — you won't fault 


this unit, low mileage. Can be 
used for delivery or converted to 
camper. $2795 


1970 FORD 
MAVERICK 

2-door sedan, a real clean unit, au¬ 
tomatic, radio, 4-cylinder, white- 
walls, remote side mirror. $1795 


YATES AT QUADRA 


1972 PINTO 2-door, 

auto- 

matic, radio, 

4,000 

miles 

$2495 

1968 EPIC sedan 

$ 895 

1966 CORTINA, automatic 

* 

$1095 

1969 CORTINA 

$ 995 

1969 SUNBEAM IMP 

$ 995 

1969 FIAT Spider convert. 


1972 TRIUMPH 
MARK IV 

Only 9000 miles on this one owner 


1971 MERCURY MARQUIS 
4-door hardtop, air con¬ 
ditioning $5095 


150 C ARS FOR SALE 


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- PONTIAC - BUICK 
- GMC- 


GOODWILL 
USED CARS 


1965 BUICK SKYLARK 
4-DOOR SEDAN. V-6. AU¬ 
TOMATIC TRANSMISSION 
POWER STEERING 
POWER BRAKES, RADIO. 
DARK GREEN 31195 

1964/oLDSMOBILE 2-DOOR 
HARDTOP. V-8. AUTOMAT¬ 
IC TRANSMISSION, 
POWER STEERING, 
POWER BRAKES, RADIO. 
VERY CLEAN. 

BRONZE 8795 


IH TRUCKS AND BUSES 


ENSIGN 

CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH 
FARGO 

TRUCK CENTRE 
DOWNTOWN 
YATES at COOK 


YEAR END SALE 


1972 to-ton pickups 
1972 44-ton pickups 
1972 Compact vans 


USED TRUCKS 


1970 HORNET SST 4-DOOR 
SEDAN. 6-CYLJNDER, AU¬ 
TOMATIC, RADIO, 
FINISHED IN 

BRONZE 32195 


1970 MAZDA 1800 4-DOOR 
SEDAN. 4-SPEED, RADIO. 
DARK GREEN WITH 
BLACK INTERIOR 31795 


FORD HAS A BETTER 
IDEA 


SUBURBAN HAS A 
BETTER DEAL 


WE RUN 
A VERY SIMPLE 
BUSINESS 


66 MERCURY Van 
FORD 34-ton 

69 FORD 34-ton 4x4 

70 FARGO Tractor 

71 FARGO 1-ton 
71 DODGE 34-ton 


160 PARTS, ACCESSORIES 


OUR NEW LOCATION 
2150 Blanshard street 
Your Car'* "Heert ‘ li the 
BATTERY 
For • Strong, 

Sure Start Every 
Time GET an "ACME" 
LOWEST PRICES IN TOWN 
Delivered end installed 
FRAN as BATTERY and 
TIRES LTD. 
Retreading Seeclellelt 


M-4U PARTS, NEAR HEW If 
clutch end preuure Plate with «y. 
wheel, S6S. Accal equipped dlelrlb- 
utor, 525. Heeker afreet atrip 
hpadprt for Chevelle. S*0. 2 Unilog 
14x7 Dregmaster mige, 570. Leke- 
wped Scalier Shield, 140. C-Ber 
frent lift kit, SI2. 440 •Mre -12 
bolt, $45. Factory aluminum hi-fis* 
manifold, $45. Ros* 385-2JH. 


PQR PAi7 .?6RVlCE_ON ^ 


T 5ERV 

RINGS. BEARINGS. gaskl - 
exchange brake shoes, drum turn¬ 
ing, pin fitting, valve seat me'NIrv 

ln ®' CORDS PISTON RING’. 

At 834 c.tnson 5* 


45 CHEVELLE HARDTOP, 
part*; 283 motor, automatic trans¬ 
mission, bucket seat*, chrome 
wheels, etc. Also 44-45 Chevelle 
Beaumont body part*. 478-4248. 


WRECKING 58 IMPALA 
Also rebuilt by Mohawk, not var- 
*ol, 318 Dodge V4, 40 over, 20 on 
main. Less then 10,000 mile*. $110. 
471-7620 after 4. 


•<ADIATC“ REPAIRS. FAST TOP 
luellty repays el Maurice's Autt 
Body, 427 Beta St., Phone 314-3121. 
Located trehlnd the Burnside P*9 
*rd Save Gas Station. 


ALMOST NEW DATSUN TRUCK 

W.S. Indies and wide ovals, $300; 
8 good 283 complete with drive 
train less drive shaft end pully 
system, 8150. Phone D eve 382-2881. 


MARK 10 

Capacitive discharge Ignition sys¬ 
tem. Eliminates J our of 4 tune- 
ups. Now In stock at $49.95. Trans 
World Enterprises, 1817 Douglas. 


ENSIGN __ 
CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH 
386-2411 

YATES at COOK 


1969 PONTIAC GTO 2-DOOR 
HARDTOP, V-8, AUTOMAT¬ 
IC TRANSMISSION, 
RADIO, GREEN WITH 
MATCHING VINYL TOP. 
PEARL INTERIOR 53095 


1971 METEOR R I D E A U 
”500”, 2-door hardtop, 
V-8, automatic trans¬ 
mission, radio, power 
steering, power brakes, 
vinyl roof, fender skirts 
$3695 


1967 PONTIAC 4-DOOR 
SEDAN, V-8. AUTOMATIC 
TRANSMISSION, POWER 
STEERING, POWER 
BRAKES, RADIO. 
FINISHED IN GREEN 
WITH FAWN INTERIOR. 
IDEAL FAMILY CAR $1495 


EMPRESS PONTIAC 
BUICK 
G.M.C. 


4:33 LATE OLDS CUTLASS 
crown and pinion, $40. Sun super 
tach (8 cylinder) $25, Phone Dev* 
382-0227 after 4 p.m. 


REBUILT 283, BORED OUT, 327 
cam (325 h.p.), Johns pistons, 14x7 
chromles. Offers. 479-5811._ 


FOR SALE, 223 ENGINE, STAN- 
dard transmission, A-1 condition, 
reasonable prices. 385-0251. 


TR 4-A TONNEAU. WHITE, $35. 
Studded snow tires on Volvo rims, 
$45. 477-9348._ 

FOR SALE 289 BLOCK, CRANK 
and cam, 1 pr. cobra heed*, offers 
384-4444. 


TILT BED SINGLE AXLE CAR 
trailer. Good condition, $200. Roes 
385-2294. 


THE TRUCK CENTRE 


REBUILT 352, BORED TO 390, % 
cam, headers. Offers. 383-4894 
I after 4 p.m. 


1971 CHEVROLET station 
wagon, V-8, automatic 
transmission, radio, 
power steering $3595 


unit. 4-speed, radio. Balance of 
factory warranty. $2495 


1968 CHEVROLET IMPALA 
4-DOOR SEDAN, V-8, AU¬ 
TOMATIC TRANSMISSION, 
POWER STEERING, 
POWER BRAKES, RADIO. 
FINISHED IN CREAM 
WITH GREEN INTERIOR 
TRIM $2095 


1971 TRIUMPH 
MARK HI 

Every bit as nice as the 72 but a 
lot less. $2295 


1970 PLYMOUTH Satellite, 
V-8, automatic trans¬ 
mission, power steer¬ 
ing, radio $2095 


1966 FORD COUNTRY 
SEDAN WAGON, V-8, 
AUTOMATIC, POWER 
STEERING AND 
-POWER BRAKES, 
RADIO. PERFECT 
FAMILY WAGON. 


1965 FORD COUNTRY 
SQUIRE WAGON. V-8, 
AUTOJdAtlC, FULL 
POWER, RADIO. 
EVERY OPTION 
WITH THIS - PRE¬ 
MIUM UNIT. 


70 CHALLENGER RT "440" 
70 CHEV. Impala Hf. V-8. 

70 VOLKS Beetle 
70 TOYOTA Corona, auto. 

'69 SWINGER 340 At. 

'49 VOLKS Beetle At. 

'49 VAUXHALL Viva 
'69 MAZDA 1500 wagon 
'6k AUSTIN 1100 
67 MG Roadster 
'64 PONTIAC Sdn., V-8. At. 
'64 CHEV. Ht. V-8, At. 

'65 ROVER 2000 

'64 T-BIRD Conv'f. Immac. 

'63 CORVAIR Monza 4-Sp. 


$3495 
$2895 
$1695 
$1995 
$2295 
$1595 
$ 995 
$1595 
$1095 
$1595 
$ 795 
$1095 
$ 995 
$1995 
$ 395 


837 YATES 


384-0921 


'68 MUSTANG, 302, WIDE OVALS, 
chrome reverse, new paint, new 
tires. Immaculate condltioh. 
383-0609. 


1945 GRANDE PRIX, ALL 
extras, 3730 Douglas Street. 
383-4283. 


71 CAPRI, CUSTOM RADIO, 4 
speed, extra studded snow tires 
mounted, 478-1852. 


These are just a few of our 
many cars. 


All units are fully recondi¬ 
tioned and Gov’t safety in¬ 
spected for your protection. 


19J7 CHEV. BELAIR, REBUILT, 
V-8, new paint, 478-7431. 


Remember at METRO all 
reasonable offers will be ac¬ 
cepted. 


TAKE OVER PAYMENTS ON 
good repossessed cars, 382-3547. 


100% FINANCING 
AVAILABLE 


1970 MUSTANG 351 MACH I. 
21000 mites, $3395. 478-1096 


1961 SUNBEAM RAPIER, FAIR 
condition. Call 386-9465 after 7 p.m. 


METRO TOYOTA LTD. 
625 Flnlayson 
386-3516, 386-3517 


1961 PONTIAC STRATO CHIEF, 
good condition, $400 or nearest 
offer. 477-1656. 


'68 VAUXHALL ENVOY EPIC, 
excellent condition, 4 on floor, 
383-8593. 


1969 DATSUN 2000 
SPORTS 


An immaculate unit purchased lo¬ 
cally. Has hard and soft top, roll 
bar, radio, mag wheels. You must 
see this one. $2595 


1972 HONDA 500 FOUR 
Real clean, low mileage $1595 


1970 PONTIAC Parisienne 
4-door hardtop ,V-8, au¬ 
tomatic transmission, 
radio, power steering, 
power brakes $2295 


1956 BUICK LE SABRE 
4-DOOR HARDTOP, V-8, 
AUTOMATIC TRANSMIS¬ 
SION, POWER STEERING, 
POWER BRAKES. RADIO. 
FINISHED IN GOLD WITH 
BEIGE INTERIOR 51495 


STOCK 9250. New 1972 GMC 
cab and chassis. 157” 
wheelbase, 350 GD 
V-8 engine. Equipped 
with power disc 
brakes, 4-speed trans¬ 
mission, heavy duty 
battery, guage pack¬ 
age, westcoast mir¬ 
rors, custom foam 
seat, heavy duty shock 
absorbers, heavy duty 
front and rear springs, 
dual rear wheels and 
7.50x16, 8-ply tires. 
Selling now for 
Only $3914 


16! AUTO REPAIRS. 
SERVICE AND TOWING 


RON'S SERVICE 
Autom a tic Transmission 
! Guaranteed repairs and Service 
At n price you c*n afford 
i Com* see us at 1518 Pandora 
or call 383-4841 


TkANSWILL AUTOMATIC TRAI.S- 
mission specialists. 384-2851. Re¬ 
built auto transmissions frc.i 
559.95. Tune-ups ! rom SI 1.95. 


HAULING SCRAP CARS AND 
all heavy hard to handle articles, 
not exceeding 2 ton 478-2657. 


VOLKSWAGEN SPECIALISTS - 
complete repairs. 1950 Oak Bay 
Ave., 598-3525. 


SCRAP CARS HAULED. REASON- 
able rates. 478-4212. 


JUNK CARS AND BODIES 
hauled. Williams. 382-9395. 


rn CARS \N»> TRUCKS 
WANTED 


AT 


WE RUN 
A VERY SIMPLE 
BUSINESS 


- EMPRESS - 


- PONTIAC BUICK 


$1395 


1971 HONDA 400 
Exceptional condition, low mile¬ 
age. $995 


ALL SOLD WITH 
7-DAY MONEY 
BACK GUARANTEE 


(A Division of 
Peter Pollen Ford) 


384-5555 


xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx 

RM RM RM RM RM RM 
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX 


SMALL CARS! 


MANY. MANY MORE 
GOOD BUYS 
TO CHOOSE FROM 


1970 TOYOTA CROWN 
- 4-door, 6-cyllnder, auto¬ 
matic transmission, 
radio $2495 


382-7121 

DRIVE IN OFF TOPAZ 
2867 DOUGLAS STREET 


WE SELL TRUCKS 
Drop in and see us 
2524 Douglas at Bay 


NATIONAL 

CHRYSLER-DODGE 


DE PAPE MOTORS LTD. 
847 YATES 384-8035 


’65 VOLKS. $ 895 

*67 DATSUN $1295 

’68 TOYOTA $1295 

’68 CORTINA Wgn. $1295 


REG MIDGLEY.’S 
American Motors—Jeep 
736 CLOVERDALE AVE. 
385-8756 


BAD OR GOOD CREDIT 
NO INTEREST CHARGED 
Let us help re-establish your 
credit. We finance anyone- 
separated, diyorced, single, 
male or female. We guaran¬ 
tee delivery in 10 minutes. 
Buy and pay same location. 

Instant “NO-RED-TAPE” 
Credit 

PALM MOTORS LTD. 

854 PANDORA 
Buy Here Pay Here 


FINANCE WITH 
FORD MOTOR CREDIT 
TERMS TO 48 MONTHS 


1972 VEGA HATCHBACK COUPE, 
best offer. Call 383-5487 after 5:30 

p.m. 


“The Island’s Dodge 
Truck Centre” 


j S '"'- s s $ S S 

- INSTANT CASH - 


For your good clean 

used car or truck! 

or 

- CONSIGN - 


or 


TRADE DOWN - 


MONEY OWING? 
PAYMENTS TOO HIGH? 


NO PROBLEM SEE 
US TODAY! 


1959 ZEPHYR, RUNS WELL, 
must sell. $90. 110 Menzles, Apt. 
309, evenings. 

'60 CHEV STATION WAGON, $150 
477-4700 


CORNELL CHEV-OLDS 
385-5777 - till 9 p.m. 

SSSSSSSSSSS. $ s s 


1970 MAVERICK GRAB¬ 
BER 2-door, 6-cyllnder, 
automatic transmis¬ 
sion, tape deck $1995 


151 FOREIGN IMPORT 
AND SPORTS CARS 


1972 

DODGE TRUCKS 
IN STOCK 

PROMPT DELIVERY 


TRADESMAN VANS 


WANTED 

$ $ S for cash $ $ $ 
TOP 

DOLLARS FOR 

"SPORTS CARS' 


1967-8 LOTUS CORTINA. RARE 
model. Twin cam, twin carbs, HP 
engine, Koni shocks and struts, Ql 
headlights, drive and fog lamps. 2 
radios and tape, polyglass tires, 
and airhorns. For serious sports 
car types only. Not for the weak 
kneed. $1925. 652-2284. 


HORWOOD MOTORS 
ECONO-LOT 


XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX 
RM RM RM RM RM RM 
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX 


ONE OWNER, 1970 SKYLARK 
Sports Coupe, 350 cc engine, 4 bar¬ 
rel, immaculate, all power, loaded 
with extras. Can be viewed 3005 
Douglas Street. Phone 478-7789 or 
654-2845. 


T AND T AUTO 
A better place to buy 
A BETTER CAR 
481 Burnside E. 382-5455 


NEED CASH! MUST SELL. 1970 
Dodge Polara in good condition. 
V-8 automatic, $1875 or nearest 
offer. 3847 Carey Road. 


•64 PONTIAC STATION WAGON, 8 
cylinder, automatic transmission, 
power steering, radio. One owner. 
Asking $1200 . 383-5427. 


GEM MOTOR SALES 
480 Esquimalt 385-4311 

1948 BEAUMONT station wagon, 
V-8, auto. $1795 


MUST SELL '70 CHEV IMPALA, 
2-door hardtop, automatic, $2000 
cash or best offer. 652-2589 any¬ 
time. 


MUST SELL THIS WEEK. '70 
Chevy Nova, 2-door, V-8, power 
steering, power brakes, automatic, 
$2300 or best offer. 656-4502. 


VARIOUS MAKES AND MODELS. 
$100 to $500 price range. Financing 


$100 to $500 price range. Financing 
available. NATIONAL MOTORS, 
384-8174. 


70 DATSUN 510, 2-DOOR SEDAN, 
radio. chrome wheels, $1745. 
385-0031. 


57 VOLKSWAGEN 
45 VALIANT sedan 
62 CHEV. S.W. AT. 

61 AUSTIN A60 wgn. 

64 \ IVA 

43 VOLKSWAGEN 1500 

ANYTHING TAKEN 
IN TRADE 
385-1451 

825 PANDORA AVE. 
(across from B.C. Hydro) 


'72 MAZDA PICKUP; '70 MAVER 
ick; '72 Volkswagen Camper; '70 
Ford Galaxie; '70 Toyota Mark II, 
'67 Rebel; '69 Chev. ^i-ton Pickup; 
'72 Honda 4. Motorcycles and Cars 
in trade. 

Les Blow's 
(British Motors) 

2940 Douglas Street 
Phone 384-7843 


BANK REPO'S 
71 Dodge Colt 
'68 V.W. Gia 
'67 Dart Convertible 
'64 Plymouth Fury 3 
Phone 388-4441 between 9-5 or can 
be seen 903 Cloverdale. 


LUXURY 

1971 Thunderbird 2-door coupe. All 
power. Air conditioned. Radial 
tires. Immaculate condition. Con¬ 
sider small trade. Asking, $5400. 
Cadboro Bay Service. 477-2102. 


1967 GALAXIE 500. POWER 
steering, power brakes, automatic 
2-door hardtop. Excellent running 
condition. 100,000 highway miles. 
Must sell immediately, $450. 
384-9632. 


1964 CADILLAC SEDAN DE 
Vllle, full power, excellent -condi¬ 
tion. Asking $1200. View at Willock 
Service Garage, 3140 Cedar Hill 
Rd. 


1965 KARMANN GHIA. Ex¬ 
cellent condition. Rebuilt motor. 
New brakes, muffler, more. 
Nearest otter $1095. 592-3435 eve¬ 
nings. 


1969 TORINO 2-door hard¬ 
top, V-8, automatic 
transmission, radio, 
power steering, power 
brakes $2095 


MOVING TO HOLLAND, MUST 
sell, '64 MGB, new clutch, muffler, 
soft top. Tonneau cover, hardtop, 
tape deck, tested September 13, 
$1000 or best offer. 385-4269. 


109” Wheelbase 
127” Wheelbase 
MAXI VANS 
SPORTSMAN WAGONS 
Pickups all sizes 


FOREIGN CARS—COMPACTS 
"TRUCKS" 


LOW MILEAGE 
DOMESTIC CARS 


FULL CASH OR CASH 
FOR EQUITY. 


Choice of engines and 
transmissions 


j DE PAPE MOTORS 
384-80.15 

OR DRIVE TO 8-7 YATES ST. 


1967 AUSTIN 1100, STATION 
wagon, 4 speed, reclining buckets, 
excellent rubber, radio, tested 
Bargain $775. 382-8670. 


1965 ENVOY. $650. EXCELLENT 
student car. New tires, transmis¬ 
sion recently overhauled. New 
brakes and clutch. Phone 592-3391 


DROP IN and LOOK 
THEM OVER 
MARSHALL MURRAY 
will help you select one 


L^-E-A-S-E 
Short and long term on all 
makes. 


'61 VET, 350 , 4-SPEED, 2 TOPS, 
excellent condition. 385-4443, 
478-5818. 


SUBURBAN 
on Douglas 


Wide open till 10 p.m. 
Monday to Friday 
6 p.m. Sat. 
386-6131 


1964 DATSUN, REBUILT MOTOR, 
transmission, new paint, offers. 
478-2339. 


NATIONAL CHRYSLER 
DODGE 

,384-8174 819 Yates St 


1968 AUSTIN HEALEY 3000 
MKIII, closest offer to $3,000. 
Phone after 5 p.m. 479-8179. 

1962 SUNBEAM ALPINE, CONV. 
hardtop.- Mint condition. $650. 
384-5789. 


1968 MERC PICKUP. 390 V-8, 
NOTHING DOWN, $64 MONTH¬ 
LY. AT ARTS CAR SALES. 


1971 TOYOTA LANDCRUISER, 
winch, hubs, new tires, paint. 
20,000 miles, offers. 592-0553. 


EXCEPTIONALLY CLEAN 1969 
Rover 2000TC, low mileage, $2200. 
592-6705 after 5:30. 


'57 MERCEDES BENZ, BLACK, 
598 W 3246 n,eri0r ' * 55 ° 0F 0,t#r * 


1967 CHEV. IMPALA SS 2-DOOR 
hardtop, V-8, automatic, radio, 
bucket seats, $1295. 386-2877 eve¬ 
nings. 


ROVER 2000 (1965) DISC 

brakes, new radial*, red leather 
upholstery. Many extras. 656-2246. 
BEAUTIFUL SPECIMEN." mTjA- 
guar 3.8 Mark II, $1,645. 749-3730 
1 Lake Cowichan. 


'65 VOLKSWAGEN, GOOD CONDI- 
tlon, $650 or offers. 385-6450. 


1963 ACADIAN STATION WAGON, 
6 cylinder standard, $450. Phone 
479-2717, ask for Maureen. 


1966 HONDA CAR COUPE. 50,000 
miles, rebuilt, radio, offers. Chris, 
384-4647. 


1971 SUPER BEETLE, HURST 
shifter, mags, extractor, low mile¬ 
age, offers. 386-8649. 


'52 MILITARY JEEP, 4-WHEEL 
drive and winch, $1250 . 2306 Har¬ 
bor Rd., Sidney. 656-1511. 


'64 TRIUMPH HERALD. $300 OR 
nearest o ffer. 384-5074 after 4 p.m. 

1969 ,TR6. EXCELLENT CONDI- 
tion. 386-6771. 


iM TRUCKS AND BUSES 


1972 TOYOTA CORONA. Ex¬ 
cellent condition. $1750. Phone 
3B4-2783 evenings. 


LEAVING CANADA. MUST SELL 
1970 Cadillac Coupe de Vllle. 
384-5767 after 5:30. 


'68 MONACO 2-DOOR HARDTOP, 
low mileage, open to offers 
386-0057. 


I960 FORD GALAXIE. TESTED, 
$150, '59 Dodge, $75. 652-3036 after 


1959 ZEPHYR, REBUILT MOTOR, 
new brakes, interior and exterior 
restored, excellent for starting lad, 
mechanically Inclined. 384-9667 or 
385-9442. 


1965 BEAUMONT, POWER DISC 
brakes, p.s. V-8, automatic, $800. 
598-1610 after 5. 


'62 CHEV, 283 STANDARD, GOOD 
condition, $325. 383-1867. 


LOW MILEAGE, '69 AUSTIN 
America, 4-speed automatic. Call 
383-7316. 


'57 VOLKSWAGEN VAN. 
offers. Phone 384-4330. 


'66 I NT. 3 4 -ton 6 -man cab $1895 
'66 GM with 16ft. van, P.S., V- 6 , 5 
and 2 . *2650 

'65 PONTIAC sedan, V- 8 , A.T., 

clean. $995 

"63 GM 2-ton cab and chassis, 6 
cyl. 3-sp. S 1193 

'63 CHEV. 6 yd, dump, V- 6 , 5 and 

j 61 HAYES TRACTOR Cummins 283 
5 and 4. SQDD, tractor equip- 
ment. $7500 

'57 I.H. R-185 L.W.B. "as Is" $395 
INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER 
517. Herald St. 388-5508 

'56 G.M. MULTI-PURPOSE 
truck, 26.000 Maximum G.V.W. 
Ideal for construction or contract¬ 
ing use. Very good running order 
$900. 592-4965. 


I960 JEEP GLADIATOR, HEAVY 
duty, 327, Ten Ply, winch, 12,000 
miles, 478-5664. 


- WANTED - 

Late model import and 
domestic cars. Top prices 
for your clean used units. 
Trade up or down. Cali Ted 
or Chris, Douglas Volks¬ 
wagen Ltd., 388-5466. 

Good, Clean 
CARS AND TRUCKS 
WANTED 
Cash ln 5 Minutes 
— PLIMLEY - 
1010 Yates St. 


1963 ECONOLINE WINDOW VAN, 
6 standard, clean. Tested. $1095. 
Take trade. 386-2877 evenings. 


1964 GMC BREAD VAN. INSU- 
lated and vents for camper. $1050. 
Call 384-5130 after 4:30 p.m. 


'61 MERC Va TON, 390 V-8 OVER- 
drive, hurst shift, offers. After 6 
P.m. 478-4562. 


DUE TO INJURY, MUST SELL 
'66 Ford pickup and camper. 382- 
2476. 386-2028. 


1972 MAZDA C-W SPORTSMAN 
canopy, bumper, mirrors, radio, 
9000 miles. $2600. 479-5734. 


D & D 
TIRE TOWN 


For top quality tires 
at best prices! 


-RADIALS— 
—POLYESTERS— 
—STEEL BELTED— 


See 


D & D 
TIRE TOWN 


McCALLUM MOTORS wil pay TOP 
dollar tor any make or model car 
or light duty truck—call today, r 
pays to take a look at Yates and 
Cook 

mcCALLUM MOTORS LTD., 
386-6168 


SELL 

your good used car to Subui- 
ban Motors for cash. 

3377 Douglas 

INSTANT CASH FOR 
Sports Cars and Imports 
BRIAN HOLLEY MOTORS 
3319 Douglas — 384-1161 


WANTED — DODGE FORD OR 
GM Super Van. 477-5804, after 6 

p.m. 


HAVE UP TO $300 FOR AGING 
but clean pickup In good running 
orders Evenings 382-6604. 


WANTED: FOREIGN CAR, CON- 
dition not important, Volkswagen 
preferred. 385-6450. 


OLDER CAR, PREFER VOLKS- 
wagen, good mechanical condition. 
383-8782. 


CASH FOR YOUR OLD VOLKS- 
wagen, running or not. 658-5501. 


• lid C.lMl'EUS. TRAILERS 
AND MOTOR HOMES 


'70 EL CAMINO, SILVER-GREY, 
396 turbo, power windows, brakes, 
steering. 385-4570. __ 


'68 CORTINA, AUTOMATIC, Ex¬ 
cellent condition, $1,350 or best 
offer. Phone 382-9732 after 6. 


1970 VOLKSWAGEN BUS. SEATS, 
bed. carpet, curtains. 30,000 miles. 
Clean. 642-0425. 


'57 CHEV, 1968 - 327 HEADERS, 
tack, gauges, hurst shifters) tested 

'til '73. — 


Offers. 479-5811. 


'61 FORD FALCON, AUTOMATIC, 
excellent condition, tape deck, $475 
or best offer, 477-3746, 5 to 7 p.m. 


'69 CHEV BEL AIR, POWER 
steering, power brakes, automatic, 
327, First $1,400. 477-537K 


'62 IMPALA CONVERTIBLE, 
good condition, $350. 652-1591 days, 
652-3029 evenings. 


1962 MERCURY, POWER STEER- 
ing and brakes, radio, hitch, $50. 
Phone ^2-9569 between 4 - 6 p.m. 

DUNE BUGGY, 1967 REBUILT 
1500, chromles and mags, offers, 
656-3037. 


1962 ACADIAN 2-DOOR 
tomatc, radio, $450. 477-3018. 


'66 PONTIAC CUSTOM SPORTS, 
396, buckets, $1195. 385-0031. 


,1967 IMPALA STANDARD 6, 
hardtop, air conditioning, great 
j shape, 477-5928. 


'68 VALIANT SIGNET, $1550. 
479-6562. _ 

LINCOLN CONTINENTAL, MARK 
III. All options. 656-3550. 


'67 BARRACUDA 273 FORMULA 
S, 4-speed. Excellent condition, 
$1495. 382-7635. 


1959 MERCEDES BENZ, GOOff 
condition, $300 . 743-5196 after 5 
p.m. Mill Bay. 


1970 DATSUN 2000. SPORTS CAR, 
plus hardtop, call 598-4082 after 5 
p.m. 


1966 ANGLIA, RADIO. EXTRA 
winter fires, $695. or best offer. 
383-7733. 


1972 CHALLENGER. MANY Op¬ 
tions. New $4900, now $3900 or best 
offer. Only 8,600 miles. 383-6381. 


1968 RAMBLER REBEL, 770, IN 
perfect condition. Phone 477-2827. 


'61 AUSTIN 6-CYLINDER, TEST 
ed. $125 or offers. 386-6596. 


'64 CHEV, V-8 AUTOMATIC, 
good transportation. $300. 656-2893. 


'67 PONTIAC, 6 CYLINDER, GOOD 
Shape. 388-6542. 


1970 VOLVO 142-5. IMMACULATE, 
must see. 382-3279. 


'68 FIREBIRD 350 AUTOMATIC. 
$2500 or nearest offer. 388-4671 
after 5. 


1969 VOLKSWAGEN DELUXE. 
Immaculate, low miles. Extras. 
$1695. 479-4015. 


1971 GREMLIN, 4-PASSENGER,; 
automatic. Phone 386-6942. 


1961 VALIANT STATION WAGON, 
4 door, rebuilt. 1335 Stanley. 


1972 DATSUN, 240Z, 4.500 MILES, JW* JEEP AUTO. 4 W.D. 1964 
$4,075. 383-2667. GMC 74-ton, 1963 Jeep 4 w.d., 1966 

—— * ■ ■ - - 1 Chev. van, 1967 Wagoneer auto. 4 

1959 LINCOLN HARDTOP, FAIR w.d. 

condition. Offers. 386-7680. VICTORIA JEEP, 386-6511 

!?» OT C OKTINA. 60QD CpMOi* | TRUCKTOWN ' ~ 386-1711 

Everything in Trucks 
On Bay St. next to Moore Whit¬ 
tington Lumber yard. 


1620 Blanshard 


ilon, $1200 flrm' 384-44*Pevenings. 


1968 AUSTIN 1100, $830. PHONE 
656-4812 after 6 p.m. 


1969 G.T.O. TOP CONDITION. 
Offers. 479-3274 after 6 p.m. 

1960 Zephyr, - running, test- 

•d. 383-3573. 


1971 Z-28 CAMARO, 384-8960, 5-8 
p.m. Open for offers. 


1971 GMC *x-TON VAN WITH CA- 
palino camper conversion. Com¬ 
pletely self-contained. Onj^ hOOQ 


miles. $6,200 or best dffer. 


1962 SUNBEAM. GOOD SHAPE. 
Tested. $250. 477-5565. 


BRAND NEW DATSUN %-TON 
pickup, fully equipped, $2625. 

McCALLUM MOTORS LTD. 

1101 YATES 386-6168 


PLIMLEY 

FOR 

FIRESTONE 

TIRES 


LIKE NEW - 1968 - 22' S.C. 
Kenskill trailer tandem, has every¬ 
thing. Now reduced by $1,000 to 
TR*>-79RT ohly $3,595. No trades. See this 
now at Gordon's Mobil* Sales, 3 
' miles sosth of Ladysmith on Island 
- Highway. 


: r 


SPECIAL ON 
AUSTIN MINI 
520x10 


, ECONOLINE MINIHOME. LOW 
mileage, new condition. V-8, 
power, custom built by master 
| craftsman. AH utilities, $4950. Can 
i be seen 3321 Doncaster Dr. 
386-0662. 


’65 COMET, V-8. AUTOMATIC, 
4-door sedan, $695. 385-0031. 


'66 GMC Va-TON PANEL, 6-CYL- 
Inder, 4-soeed. Good condition. 
$1150. 385-2296, Ross. 


WAGON, OFFERS. 


1 9 6 4 CHEV. 36-PASSENGER 
•school bus. Ideal for mobile 
i camper. Phone 592-2573. 


$18.95 

(INSTALLED) 


McCALLUM MOTORS LTD. 
Buccaneer campers for Datsun, 
! Toyota, and Mazda trucks. Priced 
from only SI.195. It pays to look at 
' V »les and Cook. McCALLUM 
MOTORS LTD.. 386-6168. 


1010 YATES ST. 

160 PARTS, ACCESSORIES 


DOGWOOD TRAILER SALES 
PARTS - PROPANE 
RENTALS 

RANDELL TRAILERS AND 
CAMPERS, 478-6841 

Highway 1 and Mlllsfream Rd. 


TWO 15-IN. ASTRO MAGS WITH M V ST 5 ELL COMFORT 


1962 PONTIAC 4-DOOR SEDAN. 
Offers. 592-7337 after 5:30. 


1965 PONTIAC V-8, AUTOMATIC, 
385-5956. 


MUST SELL 1970 VY-TON FORD 
I Truck. Excellent shape, 658-8029. 


G60 Firestone wide oval tires to fit 
Chry sler products^ 478-3454. 

'6T 


HUMBER SUPER 
whole or parts, 383-2867. 


NEW INSULATED CANOPY 
with lights, $345, 478-5162. 


able trailer. 1972 Tri-State, .. 
fully equipped, separate shower 
and toilet. A dream to tow. Best 
offer over $3,000. 652-3556. 


'67 GMC CREW CAB AND 
camper, fully equipped, S2250 or 
best offer. 479-7769 or 479-3701. 


168 CAMPERS, TRAILERS 
AND MOTOR HOMES 


GIGANTIC 
VOLKSWAGEN 
CAMPER SALE 
NOW IN PROGRESS. 


late arrivals— 

MUST GO!! 


alio 


1972 FORD pickup and 
camper, fully loaded, 
power steering, power 
brakes, radio. Less 
than 7,000 miles. 8’ SE- 
CURITY camper, 
sleeps 6. immaculate 
throughout $5995 


. 1972 DATSUN pickup and 
camper, less than 6,000 
miles. OKANAGAN 
camper, fully equipped 


Plus a great selection of 
used V.W. campers, from 
1959 to 1972 demos. 


SPEEDWAY 

VOLKSWAGEN 

PORSCHE 


Both sides of Yates 
385-2415 


MOVING BONUS DAYS 
The greatly appreciated patronage 
of Vancouver Island trailerites has 
forced us to move a short distance 
out of town ln order to SERVE 
YOU BETTER. 


OCTOBER 1 

will see us located on a 5 acre site 
At 1080 GOLDSTREAM AVE. In 
LANGFORD where, SALES, and 
SERVICE, Plus WINTER, 
STORAGE will provide the most | 
up to date R.V. centre on VAN¬ 
COUVER ISLAND. 
t 0 simplify the move, our stock of 
new and used trailers, campers, 
And hardtops must be reduced. 
That's why we're offering MOV¬ 
ING DAY BONUSES. 


FOR EXAMPLE 

•70 210 SCAMPER TANDEM 

Fully self-contained, c/w roof. 1 
air conditioner $4195, 

7? TERRY 17', fully self-contained! 
including shower. Sleeps 6, $3895., 
The bonus — SALES TAX. spare 
wheel and tire, licence, chrome 
mirrors, jacks, full propane tanks. ( 
You save $300. 


JUST ARRIVED 

Scamper Model 2400 Motor Home, 
Fully Equipped Including Air Con¬ 
ditioner. 


Just a few examples of the bon¬ 
uses offered. Similar savings apply 
on every coach, new or used dur¬ 
ing our MOVING BONUS DAYS. 


WHAT’S MORE 
We'll provide free . storage until i 
April 1st on any unit sold during 
MOVING BONUS DAYS. Don't 
delay, visit our present sales lot 
and select your new trailer or 
camper from the greatest selection 
on Vancouver Island. 


PURVIS FLACK 
TRAILER SALES LTD. 


1915 QUADRA ACROSS 
FROM THE CURLING RINK 


Phone 388-9188 
Service Dept. 382-4611 


VANGUARD CAMPER 
Summer Slock 
CLEARANCE SALE 


4—9' 6" EXPLORER campers, 

sleep A. toilet. 

Save $211 Now only $1899 


1—II' WANDERER camper, sleeps 
4 . toilet comparlmen:. 

Save $246 Now only $1999 


1—11' WANDERER campers, 
sleeps 6. toilet compartment. 
Save $231 Now only $2079 


3-11' ADVENTURER campers, 
sleeps 6, toilet compartment. 
Save $311 Now only $2399 


1—Only VANGUARD country 
cruiser on Ford 1-ton chassis, 
3-way fridge, heater, toilet, 

sleeps 4. 

Save $1323 Now only $7350 


TRADES SJ 

CHOOSE FROM OUR GOOD 0f , 
SELECTION OF CLEAN TRADE- 
IN CAMPERS FROM $650 WA 


Phc 


FURNACE SPECIAL 

10.000 8TU Hydro Flame Heaters, 
tnormostatic controlled. Only 569.V5 
SHARP Kerosene Heaters $29.55 478 


BUILD YOUR OWN 

Camper, trailer, and van conver¬ 
sion. Parts, supplies and acces¬ 
sories, large stock at reasonable 
prices. 


SAC 


S. J. PEDEN LTD. 

2855 Quesnel St. 386-3464 


1971 

trai 

479- 


EVERY" NEW OR USED 
TRAILER ON DISPLAY— 
MUST BE SOLD 


OUR 1973 TRAILERS WILL 
BE HERE SOON 


LOOK AT THE 
ROCK BOTTOM PRICES 


72 TRILLIUM 13 
Only a few left at 
$1750 reduced $150 


72 PROWLER 
All units self-contained 
18 at $3495 reduced $300 
20' at $3926 reduced $370 We 


72 TRAVELAIRE 
At lowest prices ever offered 
17' at $3175 reduced $325 
17' S-C at $3495 reduced $300 
20' S-C at $3995 reduced $300 
tV loaded at $2595 reduced $200 


271 

385- 


71 NOMAD 

23' at $3895 reduced $80 


12x6 

DE8 

DA. 

LAN 


An t 


COASTLINE 
TRAILER CENTRE 
6'‘2 Burnside Road .588-6021 

OPEN WEEKDAYS 9 Jo 9 
SUN. 1-3 - SAT, 9-3 


. horn 
drve 
BSxli 
fione 
$15,C 


CO* 


ECONOLINE 1-TON VAN 
wtth Vanguard v country cruiser 
-onversion, has fridge, toilet, heat 
er sleeps 4, Only 800 miles. Will TI 
sacrifice for $7350. S. J. PEDEN 
. LTD., 386-3444. 


|’73 WINNEBAGOS NOW ARRIV- 
• n 9 14-floor plans to choose from. 

VICTORIA MOTOR HOME 
, • SALES LTD. 

2936 Douglas • 385-2332 


RUSTLER CAMPERS 
HOLIDAIRE ~~ ~~ 


HOLIDAIRE TRAILERS 
T „ MORRIS 

TRAILERS AND CAMPERS 
29j 6 Doyglas at Burnside. 385-2332 


NEW 

lots. 

ers. 


T o /all CAMPFR OWN 
f. r - OAK BAY TEXACO stocks 
,lr * mounts an.j bumpers, auxilia- 

r . v 3 i :jnks. at 1990 Oak Bdv 
— itM < 11 

]’70 TRIPLE - "^ 7 " 13' TRAVEL 
'railer, sleeps 6, stove, ice box, 
elc. Special. $1550. Reg 
M'dgley's Motors, 385-8756. 

CHEV." VAN CAMPER. PRO- 
e3n , c tridge, stove, lights, sink and 
*?'« r tank, carpeted. Sacrifice, 

s, , ’5. Call 478-7445, 5-7 p. 


Cami 
plete 
ed si 
Victo 


■DOUl 

bile 

move 

dryer 

385-55 


1 -bed 

Furn' 

adult 


trailer, stove sink, toi- 

W' ’>0-12 Dolt $995, 385-5824 alter 


Okanagan camper, bubbi 

'op model suitable for import pit 
ups, Horwood Mazda, 385-1451. 


WEL 

L?dn* 

Sook« 

642-54 


,2-BEI 
1 ated 
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IN TOWN 


PARTS, AnCKSSORIBS 

OUR NEW LOCATION 
2150 Biahsturd street 
Your Car's "Heart- Is the 
BATTERY 
For a Strong, 

Sura Start Every 
Tima GET an "ACA/_ 
.OWEST PRICES IN TOWN 
Delivered and instailad 
RANC3S BATTERY and 
TIRES LTD. 

_Ratra adlno S pac ts list s ,_ 

454 PARTS. NEAR NEW 11" 
eh and prassura Plata with fly- 
•I, $65. Accel equipped dlstrib- 
$25. Hooker street-atrip 
Sara tor Chevelle. $40. 2 Unilog 
’ Dragmastar mags, $70. Lake- 
d Scatter Shield, $40. C-Bar 
t lift kit, $12. 4-10 Bears—12 
, $45. Factory aluminum hl-rlse 
ilfold, $45. Ross 38S-2294. 

FOR FAjT SERVICE ON 
G3. BEARINGS. GASKETS, 
•ange brake shoes. drum turn* 
pin fitting, valve seat ma'-hlrv 

CORDS PISTON RING'. 

134 c.inson S' 3B3-00•' 

CHEVELLE HARDTOP, 
s; 283 motor, automatic trans- 
tlon, bucket seats, chroma 
els, etc. Also 44-45 Chevelle 
jmont body parts. 478-4241._ 

WRECKING 58 IMPALA 
i rebuilt by Mohawk, not var- 
318 Dodge V-4, 40 over, 20 on 
i. Less than 10,000 miles. $110. 
*420 after 4. 

HATC.T REPAIRS. FAST TOP 
Ity repays at Maurice's Auto 
/, 427 Beta St., Phone 384-3121. 
ited behind the Burnside Pay 
Save Oas Station. _ 

IOST NEW ’DATSUN TRUCK 

indies and wide ovals, $300; 
sod 283 complete with drive 
less drive shaft and pully 
im, $150. Ph one Dav e 382-2881 . 
MARK 10 

idtlve discharge Ignition svs- 
Ellmlnates 3 our of 4 tune- 
Now In stock at $48.95. Trans 
d Enterprises, 1117 Douglas. 

_ LATE OLDS CUTLASS 
n and pinion, $40. Sun super 
(I cylinder) $25, Phone Dave 
227 after 4 p.m. 

uTlT 283, BORED‘OUT, 327 
(325 h.p.), Johns pistons, 14x7 
Otters. 479-5811. 

SALE, 223 ENGINE, STAN- 
trensmisslon, A-1 condition, 
inable prices. 385-0251. _ 

FA~TONNEAU,* WHITS, 85. 
led snow tires on Volvo rims, 
177-9348. 

SALE 289 BLOCK, CRANK 
jam, l pr. cobra heede, offers 

BED SINGLE AXLE~CAR 
r. Good condition, $200. Roes 
194. 

UILT 352, BORED TO 390, >4 
headers. Offers. 383-4894 
4 p.m. _ 

VI TO 7'EPAIRS. 

SERVICE AND TOWING 

RON'S SERVICE 
Autom»tic Transmission 
iranteed repairs and Service 
At n price you c-n afford 
me see us et 1518 Pandora 
or call 383-4841 

ISWILL AUTOMATIC*TRAI.S- 
>n specialists, 384-2851. Re¬ 
auto transmissions frc.i 
. Tune-ups ‘rom S11.95. 

.ING SCRAP CARS AND 
•aw hard to handle articles, 
iceedlng 2 ton 478-2457. 

SWAGEN SPECIALISTS ~- 
ete repairs. 1950 Oak Bay 
598-3525. 


CARS AND BODIES 
J. Williams. 382-9395. 

CARS \MI TRUCKS 
WANTED 

. .. s * 5 5 j 

- INSTANT CASH - 

For your good clean 
used car or truck! 
or 

- CONSIGN - 
or 

- TRADE DOWN — 

MONEY OWING? 
YMENTS TOO HIGH? 

0 PROBLEM v- SEE 
US TODAY! 

'RNELL CHEV-OLDS 
5-5777 - till 9 p.m. 

S S S S S $ $ $ .$ S S 

WANTED 
$ S for cash $ 5 $ 

TOP 

DOLLARS FOR 

"SPORTS CARS' 

1EIGN CARS-COMPACTS 
"TRUCKS" 


=ULL CASH OR CASH 
FOR EQUITY. 

E PAFL MOTORS 
384-80:<5 

D RIVE TO 847 YATES ST. 

-WANTED- 

model Import and 
Stic cars. Top prices 
our clean used units. 

up or down. Cali Ted 
hrls, Douglas Volks- 
i Ltd., 388-5466. 

Good, Clean 
VRS AND TRUCKS 
WANTED 
’ash in 5 Minute* 

— PLIMLEY — 

1010 Yates St. 


LUM MOTORS wii pay top 
or any make or model car 
duty truck—call today, r 
take a look at Yates and 

kLLUM MOTORS LTD., 

_384-4148 _ 

SELL 

ood used car to Subui- 
otors for cash. 

3377 Douglas 

JTANT CASH FOR 
ts Cars and Import* 

1 HOLLEY MOTORS 
Douglas — 384-1161 

D - DODGE FORD OR 
>er Van. 477-5804, after 4 

UP TO $300 FOR AGING 
in pickup in good running 
Evenings 382-4404. 

D: FOREIGN CAR, CON- 
lot important, Volkswagen 
d. 385-4450. 

CAR, PREFER VOLKS- 
good mechenlcef condition. 


: OR YOUR OLD VOLKS- 
unnlng or not. 458-5501. 

iMi'EUS, TRAILERS 
NU MOTOR HOMES 

IEW - 194$ - 22' sTc. 
trailer tandem, hat every- 
low reduced by $ 1,000 to 
595. No trades. See this 
Gordon's Mobile Seles, 3 
sth of Ladysmith on Island 

.INE MINIHOMEr LOW 
new condition. V- 8 , 
custom built by master 
n. Alt utilities, $4950. Can 
fl 3321 Doncaster Dr. 

kLLUM MOTOR'S LTDT ~’ 
tr campers for Datsun, 
and Mazda trucks. Priced 
v $1,195. If pays to look at 
and Cook. McCALLUM 
LTD.. 386-4148. 

/OOD TRAILER SALES 
ARTS - PROPANE 
RENTALS 

DELL TRAILERS AND 
AMPERS, 478-4841 

iy 1 and Mlllstream Rd. 

SELL OUR COMFORT- 
iler. 1972 Trl-Stefe, 21' 
jipped, separate shower 
». A dream to tow. Best 
ir $3,0 00. 452*3554. 

C CREW CAB AND 
fully equipped, $2250 or 
. ^79-7769 or 479-3701. 


161 CAMPERS, TRAILERS 
AND MOTOR HOMES 


GIGANTIC 
VOLKSWAGEN 
CAMPER SALE 
NOW IN PROGRESS. 

LATE ARRIVALS— 
MUST GO!! 

alio 

1972 FORD pickup and 
camper, fully loaded, 
power iteertng, power 
brakei, radio. Less 
than 7,000 milea. I’ SE- 
CURITY camper, 


1M CAMPERS, TRAILERS 
AND MOTOR HOMES 


LAYTON 

SEAGUL 

WEEK-N-DER 

GEMTOPi 


NOTICE I I 


MOTORS 

INGI 


NEW LOCATION AS OF Oct. 1, 
1972 

Will be 1703 BLANSHARD 


ise yi.... 

REDUCED AND MUS' 


nvt 


l971-8Vi' CAVEMAN camper. 3- 
burner oven, blower, fen, 
chemical toilet. 

REDUCED TO $2095 

1944-ir ESTAVILLA trailer, pqrte- 

•leepi 6 . immaculate! wm anas' ,ur "* c *' ‘"15ow*»!045 

throughout 55995 NEW 

tm —IF PROWLER Tandtm, hilly 
MlhcoM.liwd, lire. Irldaa 
and lurnac*. 

WM tow NOW !3»3 


. 1972 DATSUN pickup and 
camper, leas than 6,000 
ml lea. OKANAGAN 
camper, fully equipped 
53595 


Plus a great selection of 


MOBILE HOMES 
AND PARKS 


t«t APARTMENTS TO 
RENT UNFURNISHED 


BOB'S TRAILERS 

ClMrlng all '72 medals In tr 
and rtmaile unlta. 

ARISTOCRAT ] only | 
campers, da luxa modals, 

"israr 5 


INERS, rag. i 
NOW $2075 


1 16' LO-LINER, toilet, gei fridge, 
furnace 

Reg. $2995, NOW $2425 

12—48 FOUR SEASONS 2 bedrm., 
Reg. $8495, NOW $7595 

12-40 PARAMOUNT 
Reg. $9495, NOW $8450 

20x40 PARAMOUNT 2 bedroom 
Reg. $10,950, NOW $9995 

Spaces for all our homes. PARTS. 
GUN furances, heaters, ROOF 
SEAL — new stock 5 gal., 2W, 1 
gallon. 


DIV. OF DOMINION MOTORS ! 
1112 Douglas 385-5012 I , 


CORDALANE 

WE SPECIALIZE IN 

MOTOR HOMES 
2 models near completion 


1959 to 1972 demos. 


used V.W. campers, from HAMPERS AND CANOPIES 
i We will custom build to your re¬ 
quirements. Reduced rates during 
"War season, 2 campers In stock 
to be sold at coat. 

| VAN CONVERSIONS 
We will convert your von to your 


SPEEDWAY 

VOLKSWAGEN 

PORSCHE 

Both sides of Yates 
385-2415 


MOVING BONUS DAYS 
The greatly appreciated patronage 
of Vancouver Island trailerites has 
forcad us to mova a short distance 
out of town In order to SERVE 
YOU BETTER. 

OCTOBER 1 

will see us located on e 5 acre site 
At 1080 GOLDSTREAM AVE. in 
LANGFORD where, SALES, and 
SERVICE, Plus WINTER 
STORAGE will provide the most ; 
up to date R.V. centre on VAN¬ 
COUVER ISLAND. 

To simplify the move, our stock of) 
new and used trailers, campers j 
/nd hardtops must be reduced . 1 
That's why we're offerlno MOV¬ 
ING DAY BONUSES. 

FOR EXAMPLE 

•70 210 SCAMPER TANDEM 

Fully self-contained, c/w roof, i 
air conditioner $4195. 

7? TERRY 17', fully self-contained 1 
including shower. Sleeps 6 , $3895. , 
The bonus — SALES TAX, sparer 
wheel and tire, licence, chrome 
mirrors, jacks, full propane tanks. 
You sava $300. 

JUST ARRIVED 

Scamper Model 2400 Motor Home. 
Fully Equipped Including Air Con¬ 
ditioner. 

Just a few examples of the bon¬ 
uses offered. Similar savings apply 
on every coach, new or used dur¬ 
ing our MOVING BONUS DAYS. 

WHAT’S MORE 
We'll provide free . storage until 
April 1st on any unit sold during 
MOVING BONUS DAYS. Don't 
delay, visit our present sales lot 
and select your new trailer or 
camper from the greatest selection 
on Vancouver Island. 

PURVIS FLACK 
TRAILER SALES LTD. 

1915 QUADRA ACROSS 
FROM THE CURLING RINK 

Phone 388-9188 
Service Dept. 382-4611 


II convert your 
r specifications. 

SUPPLIES AND ADVICE 
for the home builder 

PROFILED ALUMINUM 

! We are extending 
Saturday night. Still 
ety of Items. 

| CORDALANE CAMPERS 
493A EAST BURNSIDE 
384-6333 


DOUBLE MOBILE 
Situated In a moat desirable perk 
|n Langford and doee to but line. 
This well appointed two-bedroom, 
double mobile offers the best In 
comfort end convenience and Inex¬ 
pensive living. Stove, rugs, cur¬ 
tains and fridge included In the 
asking price of $12,900. Open to 
offers. 

G. Willlscroft K. Robinson 

A. E. LEPAGE 
BOULTBEE SWEET LTD., 
Hillside Shopping Centre 
384-1341 


CHARTER HOUSE 
435 Michigan 
384-8923 


l APARTMENTS TO 
RENT UNFURNISHED 


THE 
H 

E 


SEAGATEJ 

l 


REGENT TOWERS 
415 Michigan 
383-6216 

AVAILABLE 

-Bachelor! 

-1-bedroom* 


-2-bedrooma 

—Swimming pool 
-Covered perking 
—Cablevialon 
—Located In spacloui 
well-kept grounds 
—Pleasant stroll 
to downtown 
—Choice ocean view 


WAGON TRAIN 
ESTATES LTD. 

2524 Douglas SI. 3M-329I 
2500 Florence Lake Rd. 478-1794 
731 Goldstreem Ave. 478-7333 

12'x66' deluxe Ambassador — 3} 
bedrooms and 2 baths, the most; 
beautiful home built with every I 
extra you could Imagine. Two 
models now open for Inspection. 
Stop In and view them today. i 


All Rental Enquiries 
Welcome 

Managed by 
NORTH WEST TRUST 
386-3534 


FREE 
RENT NOW 
ONE MONTH FREE 
YORK MANOR 
121 RENDALL 
DE LUXE SUITES 
WALL-TO-WALL CARPETING 


BBBBBBBBBBBBBBeBBBBBBBB 

i a 

brown a 

BROS ON B 

BLANSHARD B 

3SS4771 ANYTIME 
BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB 

"BACHELOR SUITES" 


THE SEAGATE 
707 ESQUIMALT ROAD 

ON VICTORIA'S 
HARBOR WATERFRONT 
WITH VIEWS OF 
HARBOR. OCEAN, AND 
OLYMPIC MOUNTAINS 

WITHVERY LARGE 
INDOOR HEATED 
SWIMMING POOL 
AND HYDROTHERAPY 
POOL 


MB APARTMENTS TO 
BENT UNFURNISHED 


LODGE. 1 33) 


WITH RECREATIONAL 
FACILITIES BEYOND 
COMPARISON ON 
VANCOUVER ISLAND 

A FULL SCALE HEALTH 
SPA WITH 

PROFESSIONAL STAFF 


EMPRESS PONTIAC 
BUICK 
G.M.C. 

-THE RECREATIONAL 
—VEHICLE CENTRE- 


1267 CHAMPION 10X4* IN PORT I COLORED APPLIANCES 
1 Alberni, 2 bedrooms, furnished. 

Washer, dryer. Term* available . 1 ELEVATOR 
478-6847. 

6X42 2 BEDROOMS. NEAR CITY! ™ERAP EU T,C «»L 


WITH LANDSCAPED 
GROUNDS AND 
A LARGE WATERFRONT 
COURT YARD 


SlIO-N ELION 
Saunders st. 

15-GREEHLEAVES, 2523 Wark 
„ St. W-W carpets. Oct. 1, r 77. 
$100—GROTON MANOR, 550 Ru¬ 
pert St. W-W carpet. Oct. I, 
'72. 

"ONE-BEDROOM SUITES’ 

$135—GRENADIER MANOR, 1537 
jWchar Ave. W-W carpet. 
Oct. 1, '72. 

$13®—BARRINGTON MANOR. 2174 
Cadboro Bay Rd. W-W car 
pete. Oct. 1, '72. 

$130—LOUISE APTS., 1143 Pan 
dora Ave. H.W. floors. Oct. 

S140-RE D WOOD MANOR, 430 
Chester St. W-W carpets. 
Oct. 1, '72. 

$150—VILLAGE MANOR. 2054 Oak 
Bey^Ave. W-W carpets. Oct. 

$135—N ELSON LODGE, 1137 
Saunders St. W-W carpets. 

$13$-—PANDORA VILLA, 1130 Pan- 
done Ave. W-W carpets. Ve- 

$140—SKYLINE GORGE, 2925 
Qu'Appelle St. W-W carpets. 
Vacant. 

$ 10—ALKAZAR MANSIONS, 1204 
Fairfield Rd. ’'H.W. floors. 
Oct. 1, '72. Middle aged only. 

"TWO-BEDROOM SUITES” 

$160—N ELSON LODGE, 1337 
Saunders Sf. W-W carpets. 
Oct. 1, '72. 

$145— LUXOR MANOR, 1050 Rich¬ 
ardson St. H.W. floors. Va-, 
cant. 

$160—ALTON MANOR, 455 Superi¬ 
or St. W-W carpets. Oct. 1, 
'72. 

$180—PANDORA VILLA, 1130 Pan- 


■V'.t'l Gplrniie" Victoria. B.C., Thurs., September 14.1972 
APARTMENTS TO -01 
BENT UNFURNISHED 


BURNSIDE GARDENS 
3622 TILLICUM 

2 BR suitei. 3 BR Town- 


and shopping plaza. Heat, 
water, colored appliance!, 
cablevl!ion and laundry fa¬ 
cilities "Included". Children 
welcomed. (Sorry no pets). 


.U'ARTMEN I S TO 
RENT FURNISHED 


310 


S3 

HOUSES TO RENT 
UNFURNISHED 


- BED- 

beauflfui viewt, $350 


AVAILABLE NOW CORDOVA BAY, NEW 3 

$105 — Esquimau, close-in, 3Vi room house for rent, * 

rooms. 4-piece bath, electric fridge 15, 1 vf. leeee, beauflft __ 

end range, plus main furniture, monthly leu special consideration 
CablevWon hookup, heat, hot ; tor above average tenants. 658-5794 
. - L . i w*tar, laundry, drapes. No pgts.; aft«r 5 p.m. 

houses. One block to schools . Dickie Agenclee, 382-4312 or Resl- 1 ^—iBaTeJ;- ™ 

dent Manager, 312-4848. LES $ THAN $175 PER 

month you can own your 2-oad- 
CADBORO BAYI SPACIOUS 3 QVtWv home In Sidney, 

rooms fully furnished, seavlew, j Choice of 2 or 3 bedrooms for less 
linen supplied and cablevialon.. *»*00P full price. Call 

Ciost to Unive rsity , golf course, 384-8 071 anyftme . 

•tong and f jSj PE LUXE TOWNHOUSE. 3 BED- 

■ rw-y!->«ig 1 room, living room, kltclwi, t «p„. 

r *l* dining room, flnlihod r*c 
BRENTA MOTEL &as«m«nt, IW bathi. 


384-0034 


Hobba St. Juat pbon* 477-2642. 


386-9849! 


ALL PARKING IS 
INDOORS AND OUT 
OF SIGHT 


LONDON FLATS 
1321 BROAD ST. 


On tha waterfront on Brentwood! 1 ft 1 aPniiancea ‘ Included'. 

‘ iy. Delightful aurroundlnga. I <*'- If 3IMM0. 

Hv lurnlaftd 1 .- " 


Fully fu-niahed 1 -bedroom unfti. : sun—wn anvnniuucuy 

Kltchanette. Llnan. Meld aervlce. 1 Street Laroe^ 3 ''bLvoom' ham 
C able TV. Raaaonablr winter I close' to Pamam-nfnfitudlu..^?!!!! 
rv * I rates. Phone 452-2912 or cell In. IdOvStb^n AvalhiblJ d 

cwwenlences 100 Wafrto-waiI SSS* 1 . ' Pemberton Holmes Ltd 

l^, V *comroUed'Vnlranc^e clwe^o D E NJ° Y WATERFRONT LIVING 384^126 

transportation end shopping. , C , ou a r L N E w 3-BEDROOM HOUSE, 

One bedroom suites from $125 Bachelor, 1 and 2-badroom suites garage. Esquimau, $215 month. 
Bachelor sulfas from $115 tujui , f 3 '384-7301. WWTn ' 

Call BROWN BROS ON RLAN- .. 385-0611, 384-0517, 592-7678 - 

Saw? 385-8771 for appointment baco Pr °P* rt v AAenegement Ltd. HOUSES TO KENT 

LARGE LIVING ROOM, DIN- 
ette kitchen, bathroom In modern 
block. Near Queen Victoria Hospl- 
lslon. l,-— 1 


to view. 


BLUE WATERS API'S. 
SIDNEY 

1- bedroom $138 

2 - bedroom $157 

Available October 1 
This beautiful block Is located on 
the waterfront near the Anacortes 
Ferry Terminal. All m oderm 
conveniences. Contact resident 
managers Mr. and Mrs. Chambers 


furnished 


Cablevlslon, laundry, room HOUSE TO RENT—FURNISHED 


1-bedroom." $140. 
Adults. 386-2385. 


October 1st. 


^.i^^PA^TMENT, 


UPLE.' wall-to-wall car¬ 
pet, ELECTRIC HEAT, CABLE, 
SUNDRY. COLWOOD AREA. 
478-2519. 




ERSITY AREA* 
•Ht level home. 


UNIVf.. 

- Rent 

- .. month with one veer 
Call BOB GIBSON 385-9741 
or 658-5153. 

_J- A. Henderson Realty Ltd. 

A NEW 2-BEDROOM BUNOA* 
low, completefy furnished Includ¬ 
ing TV and all utllltlas, $145. 


ALL SUITES 
HAVE LUXURIOUS 


_ _ ONE GIRL ing TV _ ... . .. 

BUNDERS AND DPVFI oppbc I Wanted for 1-bedroom suite. W-W Stmiti un' * orrv "° ’RttsT PlV«S 
builders AND developers I carpet. All utilities Included. Fair- ca " 478 * 30, V_ 

flew. On bus. $90 p.m., 479-4938. _ 1-BEDROOM COTTAGES. $80-$100 
OAKLAND MANOR ££ Including light, water 

^ Hillside at Cedar Hill Road , M 2 un, , a ' n « v,#w 

Wall-to-wall, cablevlslon, balcony ’'• sor *> Shawnlgen Lake. 743-2044. 
De luxe 1-bdrm. suites, from $140 5055 CORDOVA BAY ROAn 
Adult,. Ph. 383-4808 or 3844)244 ^^Trfr^Lu wifh 
FURNISHED BACHELOR SUITE, LOT?"' %2S0 ** m onfh. 658-5408 
bed sitting room, full kitchen, full an#r 6 P fn - 

Sw • r • , • •>- Remote malahat cottage, 

3MA772. ‘SO*!!, ,or ntgla 

MODERN STUDIO TYPE UNIT ,y ' M5 

QUEENSWOOD ARMS jeragP' < Niklnaf V M&MmMlo n ' ifsa J|,; HOUSES WANTED 
dor. A,.. W-W carpwa. OS. , „ 666 COOK STREET vat„. 366.2.12, 3^1,2 TO RENT 

1, '72. Available Oct. 1—Modern spacious LOW WEEKLY. MONTHi.Y, — 

1 BR Stes, conveniently located winter rates. Crown end Anchor MAN AND WOMAN WANTING TO 
BROWN BROS. ON BLANSHARD ne*r shopping and bus, easy walk- Motel. 1640 Island Highway, share house with group of comoat- 

385-8771 (anytime) In* distance to Town. Call Res. 478-3333. Ible people. Have own fumUur# 

«■ B *” h0 " .... AI*ARTMP\T ^ USt *» 1 «*"*» Tmlle, of ViJ- 

AIAKIMK.M toria General Hospital. Contact Dr. 

FURNITURE TO RENT m3*4-1131 laava 


COLONY PARK MANOR 
1680 Poplar 

UNIVERSITY DISTRICT 

1 bedroom suite 160 
1 bedroom suite 145 
1 st floor 
top floor 

SWIMMING POOL. SAUNA 
HYDROTHERAPY 
AND RECREATION ROOM 
477-1711 


BRAND NEW-NOW RENTING I Ltd. 388-4424 

BROOKSlDE MANOR -- ... _ 

Park outlook, quiet location close' . . AVAILABLE NOW 

to Jubilee area. 84 large da luxe 1 Victoria s best rental value, 


i suites. 

|—Hydro therapy popl 


! bus. > 3595. Evenings, 479-4438. 

i8j OWVAUUCBAf A>D 

REST HOMES 

SAVETIME 
phone 385-0731 


I LONG SHAG CARPETING J 3§xerciu room 


WE RUN 
A VERY SIMPLE 
BUSINESS 


For vacancy list in B.C. Rest 
Home Associations homes. Li-1 
cenced and government approve!. 

FAIRFIELD DlSTRICTrLOVELY. 
rest home; vacancy for lady or 
gentleman; main floor; bell, (ray 
and intercom service, 24 hours 
personalized care. 384-8)81. 

LOVING CARE FOR MOTHER ' 
j oHj lather, ounny semi-private > 
rooms, excellent meals. Call Mrs. • 
Niemela, sunshine Rest Home, 
388-7426. 

REGISTERED NURSE HAS 
rooms to let for elderly people, 
married and singles. Nursing care 
provided, 388-7951. 

LARGE SUNNY ROOM, SHAR- 
ing, loving care, nutritious meals, - 
reasonable. One private room. 
1384-6351. 

^EM.-PR.VATE VIEW ROOM IN' 
de luxe home. Loving care, special ’ 
_ier it necessary. j 8 s- 23 yB. iw. 
Brown. 


FREE OFFSTREET PARKING 

INCLUDES HEAT, WATER AND 
CABLEVISlON 

BACHELOR SUITES FROM $114 
ONE BEDROOM FROM $132 

RESIDENT MANAGER 


384-1214 

CANADA PERMANENT 


VANGUARD CAMPER 
Summer Slock 
CLEARANCE SALE 

4—9' 6 " EXPLORER campers, 
tleep 6 , toilet. 

Sava $211 Now only $1899 


WE SELL CAMPERS 
AND MOTOR HOMES 
Drop in and* See Us 
2524 Douglas at Bay 
_ 382-7121 

FENNELL’S ~ 

TRAILER SUPPLIES 

Parts Propane — Repairs 
GALAXIE CAMPERS 
SPORTSMAN CANOPIES 

9:00 a.m. -5:30 p.m. 

Mon. - Sat. 

Sunday 12 noon - 4:30 p.m. 

Open 7 days a week 
: «59 Pat Bay Hwy. 652-2511 

’ ’ MOTORHOM E ’ ~ 

! Before U buy any fiberglas unit — 
sec "Cabana" — 25 ft. total luxury 
and comfort. 

"TENT TRAILERS" 

i Ex rentals — full 1 yr. warranty | 

— save hundreds — 4 models — 

from S395. COMFORTABLE ROOM 

IMPALA CAMPING VILLAGE board. Pleasant surrounomgs. 
10/0 Cambie Rd. Richmond nftjdcrn home. Launory. Lunettes 
273-4454 pocxea. 4/y-eV48. 

"Soon in Sidney' 


LOViNG CARE FOR MOTHER 
or father. Call Mrs. Mack, 
363-9315. Fairfield Rest Home. 

OAK BAY. VACANCY AT TWIN 
Oaks. Private room for laly or 1 
gem.eman. 5V8-44'z3. 

RETIRED PERSON OR COUPLE, 
private or semi. Private bath. 
479-8041. 


Ii)i) KUU.M AND HO Alt I > 


i h t ajLcraonibi. no i t l 
ui cia tali nuiei stfvn.es ip remcu|—Cablevisun 
r\eo»»/iidui*f raits ipciuue Ji ■ 

txcuiwm 11icoiv, oiicMiwwn t.. I —Lounge 
e.iu>« '<*I—Sauna 


Apartment Hunting Can 
Be a Puzzle 
LET US HELP YOU 
PUT IT TOGETHER 
OLYMPIC S COURT 
827 Selkirk Street 
Wall-to-Wall Carpets 
Separate Entrances 
All Utilities Included 
$132 143 

Contact CareTakcr 382-558G 

or 

A. E. LePage Boultbce 
Sweet Ltd. 

Hillside Shopping Centre 
386-1341 

THE 

PRINCESS PATRICIA 

701 -703 Esquimau Rd. 
and Inner Harbor 

View the Blue Pacific 
From our Spacious Suites 


THROUGHOUT 


ADULTS ONLY 
NO PETS 

REASONABLE 
RENTAL RATES 
ONE-BEDROOM SUITES 
$139 - $160 

TWO-BEDROOM SUITES 

FROM $190 


illllard room, games room 
lobby room, workshop 
—Covered parking 
— l wo elevators 
—Concrete floors 
—Excellent soundproofing 
TWO-BEDROOM from 


. . - - -- spa¬ 

cious, clean 2-bedroom suite. Only 
$155. Includes parking, drapes, ap¬ 
pliances, elevator, cablevlslon, and 
balcony. Small modern block, 
close to Jubilee Hospital, bus and 
stores. Adults only. Call manager, 
382-6508, 1760 Fort St. 




Three Rooms from 
$30 per month 
STANDARD FURNITURE 
382-5111 

Immediate Delivery 


de luxe suites on 
vafe park. 

—Heated Indoor swimming pool 
—Sauna bath 

I'OR RENTAL INFORMA- —Hydro therapy pool 


MARIFIELD PARK 
562 6 Simcoe St. 

j-BbUKUuM from SI78 mfi?1* w*ifh‘sunken bSh < 12x15 l bed* '™ l ' vidual room's'or'room groups. 

All suites contain shag carpeting rooms plus wall-to-wall carpets 1 TVs and 5,ereos - 74 hr. phone ser- 

and luxury appointments. HffiSn. ffoS*'AdSlts oniy 1 v,ce MA1 , c 1 )BW 1 Tll p P 

For further Information call: No pets. Res Manager, 383-7628. M rnn* URE 

.. MTJR. Bowlby Goward Development Ltd. 82 C00 ^ 

No. 302—8623 Richmond Rd. 

598-1121 OLYMPIC VIEW - 03 

MT. TOLMIE RIDGE APTS. ESQUIMAU’ RD. 

Panoramic views, 106 outstanding New building. Ideal location. All APARTMENT OWNERS 


APARTMENTS 

WANTED 


_ ... -ng. 

six-acre pri- modern facilities and lovely 
suites. Available 
One Bachelor suite 

Resident Manager, 384-9121 


TION pwn\T prcmL’MT —BilliaMroom—View lounge 

HUN PHONE RESIDENT -Hobby room-workshop 


arge "MAXIMIZE RETURN MINI 
MIZE CONCERN", Exceptional 
»I 20 Personal Management. MR 
DOWNER - 384-8126 (24 hours) 
PEMBERTON, HOLMES. LTD. 
Since 1887 


2 TO 3-BEDROOM HOUSE OR 
duplex in Doncaster school 
? raa ' r «Pon*ible couple and 
two children. Must be wired tor 
washer and dryer and have fridge 
and stove. Rent approximately 
> 1 / 5 . For November 1st 386-9946. 

THE PAUL HORN FAMILY 
needs a 3 or 3 bedroom home, fur¬ 
nished or unfurnished, in the Gor- 
don Head area, by October 1st, for 
6 months while our new home Is 
being completed. 477-4833 

l 1 ; OR 2-BEDROOM UNFUR- 
nished house or side bv side du- 
pex, with basement Quiet street 
5125 5140. Responsible professional 
man. No cnildren or pets 652-2402 
mornings or after 6 p m 


| IF YOU 
home, we 
J waning to 
Boer,i,an i 
9212. 


CAN NO 


lent. 


L YOUR 
fe.ir..it tenant 
Pnune Mr. Keen, 
en. l Lid . wfp' 


I MANAGER. 383-173!.. 
OFFICE 388-6100 

; - 

I Diamond Developments Ltd. 

j CRAIG HOUSE CRAIG HOUSE 

CRAIG HOUSE 
885 CRAIGFLOWER ROAD 


.ba,ll Hit 


rare, 


3—1 1 ' ADVENTURER campers, 
sleeps 6 , toilet compartment. 

Save $311 Now only $2399 t. ( | 

1—Only VANGUARD country 
cruiser on Ford 1-ton chassis, 
3-way fridge, heater, toilet, 
sleeps 4. 

Save $1323 


CLEAN WARM. FURNISHED 

« ,,, ,8 ' MINI MOTOR HOMES FROM s.etvmg room. Privdtl entrant- 

i n WANDERER camper, sleeps $3,775 on display, also EMPRESS -Luoxing facilities. Bedding, iov. 

j, toilet compsrlmen:. w. 22', 24'. JACKSON'S GOLD- 

Sava $246 Now only $1999 STREAM ESTATES 974 Gald- 

stream.l-A Langford R00M AND B0ARD IN 

1—11' WANDERER campers, privoie rejioence. vt/orkmg men 

sleeps 6 . toilet compartment p OR RENT FORD ECONOLINE oniy. no stuoems. 592-/755. 

Save $231 Now only $2079 van camper with pop-top. Fully erinAA A a, n Rn , Bn < aain.iip- 

equipped, sleeps 5. Low oft-seison AND BOARD. 5 MINUlEa 

rates. 598-1759 town. $yu. >80 monm. 

-i j66-o520. 

4K8 L fns?df X box, Al fop R QU«llly, 800A6 AND BOARD. FOR 2 

lowest prices. snaring or 1 single. 4/v~.09o, 

211 Dundas 383-8233 

8 ' TRUCK CANOPY NEW CON- AVAiLABLE IN GUEST HOUSE, 

„ CA dltlon. 665 Treebanic Road, off small room for lady or gentleman. Ker 
Now only $7350 Aral. Joa-4>32. 

trades s„i E :.s? ; i ' uL 0 L u r ck 5 E sir, 

6 E, 0 FrT'n«, FR r,°c M r, 2X2 0l, ' r ‘ “*l'«3 592-353*. >’^prtre. W-m 

it '- fc CT:ON OF CLEAN TRADE- _ 

IN CAMPERS FROM S 6 » WANTED: LATE MODEL MINI 0000 * N ° ROOM. 

motor home or 20’. Automatic, V- 8 . >yz- 4 isu. 

FURNACE SPECIAL Phone 386-8121 after 7 p m. 

'0.000 BTU Hydro Flame Heaters, TOTE-EM *’* * 

tnormosfatlc controlled. Only 589.95 TRAILER /ALES *i/l*«ai/li 

SHARP Kerosene Heaters $29.95 478-104* Days 384-9/91 nights 

LIUILD YOUR OWN F ACR , lf ;i C ,f ,,7 ,9 g AI JoJm A -U? 

=1»00 le; ,„| e . vicinity 661 Aanes streel. 
J04-OU6P. 


—Controlled Entrances 
with —Sound proofing 
— Recreation Room 
—Child 2 and under 
welcome 

Inquiries 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. 
Phone 382-2223 


; Two bedroom de luxe from $)75 
One-ueorocm ce luxe from >135 
I Bachelor suites, 5 only from $125 

LUXURIOUS SPACIOUS 

j - 2 -door de luxa refrigerators 
- | —Wall-to-wall carpets 
—Olympic view 
! —Bess passes door 
-Free outdoor parking 
■ —2 elevators 

RESIDENT MANAGER 
386-7147 

Ker and Stephenson Limited 
385-3411 

Craig House Craig House 

TUDOR ESTATES I.TD. 
2030 DOUGLAS ST. 

ST. MARGARETS 
1830 FERN ST, 

AvaMable 1st October in this new 


—Enclosed parking 
—3 elevators 
—Concrete floors 
—Excellent soundproofing 
2-BEDROOM 1 

3 BEDROOM 

—Enclosed parking included 
—Many suites contain 
bathrooms and shag carpets 
For further Information cal!: 

Mr. and Mrs. R. Mclndoe 
No. 221-1900 Mayfair Dr. 
598-3821 

PARK PACIFIC APTS. LTD 
For details and transportation to 
view all above suites, call 
Mr. R Bowlbv, Prop Mgr. 
598-1121 

ORCHARD HOUSE “ 

Prestige high-rise living in Vic¬ 
tor's tallest apt Building. Mod¬ 
ern. steel and concrete construe 
lion with superior sound and fire¬ 
proofing. 


UNIVERSITY GARDEN HOMES 

2 or 3-bedroom town houses. IV* 
bathrooms, fan’Iy room opening wantfd 1.7 r.ipi c rn cm-adp COUNTRY HOUSE ON LEASE 
onto spacious lawn, sundecx and apartment in the downtown Vic- c V , ’] a,ure couple Animal lovers. 

Parking, heat and hot tor.a Call 743-2105 (colled) after a "*^*, u pre, ^ e 4 d 833 Wil J 1 ^- 


inner court. ... . . 

wafer, Drapes and cablevision. ap- 5 
pliances included. No pets $225 
and $200. 386-6235 


-MIG 1)1 I'l.i;\| ,s TO ICI-a.M 


I BAYSHORE COURT 

912 SELKIRK 

NEW WATERFRONT APT. 

Close to downtown 
Bachelor 12 bedroom from $130. 

385-0611, 386 0517 . 592-7678 
Abaco Property Management L‘d. 


YOUNG COUPLE WITH CHILD 
need 2 bedroom house or cottage 
Sidney or Brentwood area Phone 
386 9573. 


SPRAGUE CENTRE 


. ... ... _ BED 

Elevator to all floors and lo cover- room, 1Va balhs. living room, lami 
ed parking. Heal and cablevision. ^ room. wall-to-wall carpet 


PARKLANDS 

New. special design, gold meda- 
lion. de luxe, 2 -oedroom units, en 
closed carport. secluded court REQUIRED IMMFDiATELY. 
yards, patios,^w-w carpels, all new clean 3-bedroom house. $175 3 

appliances and many extras Ex-‘months rent in advance Lease 
pertly finished and landscaped, to required References. 382-0175 
auprecial. it .you mail .•« . * RESP0NS;BLE FAMILY, RE- 
quire 3-bedroom with yard. Will 
decorate, near 0=k Bfy Senior 
High or the Junction. 592-7500. 


SIDE BY SIDE DUPLEX. 


-5 p.m , Mon.-Fri.. 


OCEAN PROP. MANAGEMENT 


THE ROYAL SCOT -425 Quebec 
I B.R (2nd * 1 .) $143 
Manager: G. Arnold 
Phone: 385-3543 


Orapus, dishwasher, garburator, 
utility rdb.i, washer-dryer, archi¬ 
tect design, beautiful garden on 
quiet street near university 5250 
Available September 15th. 477-2508 


OLDER HOME OR COTTAGE IN 
need of maior renovation, by cou¬ 
ple with 9 vear od On long or 
short term basis. 477-2864 


featuring indoor 
pool, saunas and 


GRANADA COURT 
1233 FAIRFIELD ROAD 

1 Bedruom from $145 

2 Bedroom from $185 
Spacious and Luxurious 

On bus route 
Quie* Area. Parking 


building 
therapy 
room. 

One only, Iwo-bedroom, 
fourth floor corner $215. 

One only, fwo-bedroom. two bath, 
ground floor corner $196. 

»00 only ' ,wo bedroom and den 
One only, two bedroom $180. 
?« e r 5 i,^ nf Mana *ef Suite 110 phone 
385-0201. 

Assistant Manager Suite 128, phone 
388-9052. 


LOCATION: 

Ideal to Beacon Hill Park, down 
town and the Pacific Ocean. 

VIEW: 

Olympic Mountains, Straits 
Juen de Fuca, Parliament Bt. 

i" 8! ° r ,h8 ‘ mer h,lrb0r - LANGFORD-COLWOOD 

UKCRKATION: !n,*nu. 

Outdoor heated poll with sun drapes throughout. All utilities in- 
deck-dry sauna. hydrotherapy eluded. 478-2519. ,V 

~ w ' 1 - lawn bowling and putt! 


FAIRFIELD. 

Hollywood Park. Lovely 1-bed 
room, large wmdoweJ kitchen, 
convenient to shopping. bus. 
of Laundry. Suit older people. $122 
Id- 477-2833. 


two bath * r **ns- 


FEATURES: 

Garage parking 
Bright, well-planned suites 
Large closet and storage space 
Shag rug or hardwood floors 
Enterphone controlled entrance 
Laundry every second floor 
Fast, efficient elevator service 
Res. Manager 647 Michigan 

388-4659 or 382-1650 


PROFES: ONAL FAMILY OF 6 
requires good house for rent. De- 
EARLY OCCUPANCY TWO- i tmb . er , 1st Replv Victoria Press, 
bedroom unit in rural setting. Spa- Box ‘* 7 

H “ A or T i~°5o T u°a. BE o R r 

triage, ana range. Small child wel- with hxcamant j 77 1777 
OVERLOOKING Come. Heal and hot water included casement *// j/n 

at $160 month. 652 3498 3 OR J BEDROOM HOME OR DU- 

SI9S —1ESS NEWTON MODERN J S ° e,; " X 00 

bedroom duplex Heat, water, J \ 

callevision supplied 7 chlicl'en FINANCE COMPANY MANAGER 
over 12 welcome. No pets Avail- requires 2 or j-pedroom home Out 
able Od. . of town okay. 386-7786. 9-5. 

Pemberton Holmes Ltd, 

38 8126 YOUNG COUPLE WOULD LIKE 

, lo rent 2 or 3 bedroom house In 

LARGE FULLY FURNISHED country. 598-1796. 658-5471 
2-oedroom duplex lor the holiday 
2 BEDROOM APT WITH OWN ing couple Beacon Hill area. $200 RCMP MEMBER REQUIRES 
entrance, fridge and stove includ- Per month All utilities included 3-bedroom home, dose '0 Colwood. 
cd, 2.children welcome, no pels. In Phone alter 6 JO p.m . 38 3 6 0 63 As s°cn as possible 478-4610. 

mmr ll 3e6. , 7wV 35 ’ A ‘ > ' 34,9 D “™' CLOSE TO TOWN - SPACIOUS ENGLISH COUPLE WISH TO 
1 BR. heated luwer duplex. Od. 1 rent 3 bedroom, immediately, with 
$115. 1-BEDROOM SUITE IN S 30 per m 0 our w.tnoul land 383-6692 

modern bock, controlled entrance BOORMAN INVESTMENT CO. , 


and 


Niagara St. Close to 
cno ocean and park - 

t ' UK All conveniences including: 

Hydro-therapy pool. Sauna bath. 
Bachelors from $112 

1- bedroom from $130 

2- bedroom from $162 


Camper, trailer, and van conver- 
sion. Parts, supplies and acces¬ 
sories. large stock at reasonable WINTER STORAGE FOR TRAIL- 
prices. ers campers, Keatings X Rd., 

Park. 652-1972 

r?' J ’ 1971 GLENDETTE 17' 

2855 Quesnel St. 386-3464 trailer, like new 

- 479-8094. 


TRAVEL 

condition. 


KVL’RY new or used 
TRAILER ON DISPLAY- 
MUST BE SOLD 

OUR 1973 TRAILERS WILL 
BE HERE SOON 

LOOK AT THE 
ROCK BOTTOM PRICES 

72 TRILLIUM 13 
Only a few left at 
$1750 reduced $150 

72 PROWLER 
All units self-contained 
18 at $3495 reduced $300 
20' at $3926 reduced $370 

72 TRAVELAIRE 
At lowest prices ever offered 
17' at $3175 reduced $325 
12' S-C at $3495 reduced $300 
w K S-C a-t $3995 reduced $300 
loaded at $2595 /educed $200 

71 NOMAD 

23' et $3895 reduced $80 , 

COASTLINE 
TRAILER CENTRE 
f >'- Burnside Road .'.8S-6021 

Ol'luN WEEKDAYS 9 to 9 
SUN. 1-5 - SAT. 9-5 


.,V«aU . -4 .at*.a a 

HARRIS GREEN APT. 

Clean rooms, $18 a week and up. 
Harking. kitenen f 
taunjry. rughf downtown 
Pandora. 386-9083. 

ROOMS, SINGLE $4 UP. 
orcdkioM avdiiaoie. 
Roccutdiu Guest nuuse 
7 Bijnsiiuro jo jL.. 


NIAGARA COURT 
Newly Opened ’ 

Limited 61-$uite apartment block a 

downtown, 

DOWNTOWN — 1-BR STE. ... 

imm. occupancy. S90 per mo. 

COOK NEAR BAY - Modern 
I- 8 R ste. Oct. l. $110 per mo. 

LAMPSON ST. - 1 -BR ste. tor oc 

PEARSOn'ap'tI 105 Pe i 32 T°Fo,l SI F °. r . ,ur '*'* r Iniilriniilon "and ap. ^onirplied entranca and tlav 

- n?w i.br ««r *»w. oS.SfSnjSS-“ v,ew “ r - *!r*' .. 

Private entrances. $125 and $127 

BOORMAN INVESTMENT CO. For Ihe 

Mil Government' St. m-ntt 'Trans^rS’on ."v'a'ffi ', 1 

VILLAGE MANOR 

2056 OAK BAY AVE. THE MARY STUART 

1035 McClure 

Top floor, two-bedroom suite, S190 Tot) floor pnmpr n ,,i A » 

Also one-bedroom suite at $150. . 1 nuor. comer, quiet, 

^2”,'.f•IlJi!?? lar K c - one-bedroom suite in if reserved now, suites held *or 
r airfield apartment Npv *niber 1st, 1972 occupancy. 

$119 


ROCKMEARE MANOR 
1144 Rockland Arti. 

1 block off Cook antf^flrf St. 

Open far renting now 
Prime location 
Walking distance downtown 


Features: 


•wall-to-wall quality carpet 
—soundproofed concrete floors 
—oil HWH—Indivipjnl controls 
—private balconies, 5 xU 
—colored appliances— 

2 -door fridges 
—cablevision included 
—free parking and 10 renting 
carports 

bedroom $t 44-5156 
2 bedroom S178-S195 


$150. 

,. - ^arking 

ijoi and cablevision. Close to shopping npu . 
,»n<i transportation. See resident c 


, adults only, no pets 


cablevision. Adults only. 250 Os 
wego. 382 3837 

GORGE TERRACE 
APART MENTls 

1-bedroom suite for October 
Phone 335-3737. 

1 BEDROOM SUITE. STOVE 
fridge, cablevision, carport 
contained. $88 3316 H 

597-6758 

GRANITE HOUSE 
7100 Granite St Oak Ba 

1 bedroom suite from $125 
592-7673 

PARTLY FURNISHED UNIVER- 
sity area Suitable tor student. 
Phone 477-6205, 9 00 a.m 7 pm. 

2 BEDROOM SUITE STOVE. 
he»f fridge included. Woolco ar**a. 
$150 477-429? 

T PFLINE APTS. 

1470 Dallas Rd 

Resident manager 387-5851 

$*5 QUIET 3-ROOM SUITE. VIC 
West, on bus. Suit older person. 
October I 597-2038 


LARGE 1 BEDROOM 
side by side duplex, 
included October I 
couver St. after 6 p.m 


SMALL HOUSE JUST OUTSIDE 
386 9212 Vif,oria - Phone 592-0770, 

suite in '15 IIAl.i.s. WAKKHOI’SES, 
2581 v!n f STOKES AM) OFFICES 
TO KENT 

_ NEAR VICTORIA HIGH SCHOOL, 

Ifl lower duplex, full basement, 4 PR IMF GROUND FLOOR SPACE 
arnel rooms, heat and water Included OAK BAY AVENUE 

478-5260, 478-2225 'deal lor Medical. Dental office, 

„ _ _ , .boutiques, specially shops, etc. 

3 BEDROOM H ^AT AND Will design and create interior to 

v water included, near Mayfair. 93) suit. Separate front and rear en- 
Phone Lloverdale ^ trance Ample parking. Contact 

YEAR-OLD 3-BEDROOM LANG- 
ford Available October 1 . S165 
477-9154, 


and Mrs. Hadlow. 592-1469 or 
388 5491 

PARK PACIFIC APTS. LTD. 

3-BEDROOM. LARGE UPPER NEW VICTORIA PRESS BLDG — 
suite, stove, fridge, heat, hoi waler Douglas at Kings l 000 lo 4.000 sq 


included. $150 384-012/ 

LOWER. $100 PETS. CHILDR 
909 Esquimau Rd. 

MO IIOrSES TO KENT 
I'M'! K.MSIIEM 


space. Fully alr-condi- 
lioned. Parking avail Staff cafete¬ 
ria Lease For immediate oc¬ 
cupancy. 

BOORMAN INVESTMENT CO. 

LTD 

1111 Government St 386-9212 


'15 TRAVEL TRAILER. FULLY 
equipped, H? years old. 382-4075. 

GOOD QUALITY ' j-TON PICKUP 
canopy. Reasonable 383-3962 NEW ENGLAND HOTEL. 

clean rooms. Dowmown. 
14 FT. TRAVEL TRAILER, ou.e rates. UI2 Guv f at . 
sleeps 4 . $950. 3116 Harriet Sf. 

! SLEEPING ROOMS TO 

* MJUIL ME AM 
S 


QU.ET, 

Reason 

JOZ-IOZJ. 

RENT, 


manager or call: 

BROWN BROS. AGENCIES LTD. 
385-8771 (anytime) 

CAIRN VI LI .A 

Beautiful park-like setting, all 
modern conveniences. I and 2 -bed¬ 
room suites situated at Lampson 


1 BEDROOM BEACON 
Cook urea $125,477-2411. 


Manor open for viewing every day 
<0 a.m. 12 a.m., 1 p.m.-5 p.m. and 
Mature adults only. No pets. evenl R 0 e S sid« P nt m M? P m 
Resident Manager, 384-81123 
Diamond Developments Ltd. 


’01 


Resident Manager Ste 201 
Owner evenings after 6 t 


APARTMENTS TO 
KENT FI RMSIIEI) 


CADBORO BAY — Spacious mod 
ern home, Seaview, 1 year lease 
HILL- Available now. $275 per month. 

ROCKLAND — Modern 3-br home 
Double plumbing. 1 year least, 

Available Sept. 15. $250 per month _ 

COLWOOD — Modern 3-BR home 627E No. 


SHOPPING CENTRE 

VACANCY 

SHELBOURNE PLAZA 

320 sq. ft. 

Contact City Savings and Trust, 
3 Road, Richmond, B C , 


$50 per month, kitchen facilities! aPC * 9 ld *. Esquimau Rd- 

Highrock Cairn Park. Mature child 
welcome. For further information, 
call Manageress, Mrs. Wood, 


GLENKEY MOBILE 
HOMES LTD. 


m^- 6 ouz. 

_ ^-JUBILEE 
nished 


AREA, CLEAN FUR ___ 

room, kitchen facilities. 383-3239 or 598-2764. 

Men. Cablevision. 5vz-66l5. 

WcLL FURN.SHED. 2 ROOM:.. THE NEW p W NCE SS 
ki.chen, laundry, cablevision, $80. 
muii. ju 65 Wasningiun. joo-uioi. 

Open Daily 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Q|RL TQ 
Weekends 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., apartment, $ 60 ." 382 ^ 4576 . 


JUST OPENED 
1235 DENMAN STREET 

DAILY 10 A.M.-4:30 P.M. 
SUN. 12-4 P.M. 


LOUISE ANNOUNCES 


SLEEPING ROOM, 


2703 Douglas St. at Hillside , privileges, $ 45 . 624 Esquimau Rd7 

385-2491 585-2492 j two nice rooms for rent, 

.MiC-.e.i eiiyi bom. jo--5o5j 


High location near Victoria High 
Sctvjoi ) bedroom suites $120 and 

Luxuriously appointed, wall c 
SHARE 3-BEDROOM r# * f 1 ‘* few ona a " a , ,p ,^ a " drapes, spacious colsets 

so. 382 - 4576 . two-bedroom suites available Individual heat controlled. 

where we will welcome one small 
KITCHEN child or a suitable pet. 

Rents from $135 up. 

Located corner of Robert Sf. 
and Esquimau Rd., 386-7455 


Royal Trust Co. 388-4311 


ngs 

477-6759 

LORD AND LAD! SIMCOI- 
The Simcoes 
“Victoria's 
Prestige Address" 

One and two-bedroom 
i u. nished or i:n.urni$.bcd 
.Large heated pool in 
Delight ul Garden Setting 
Saunas 

Soundproofing 
I ’A'all-to-ivall carpet 
Free ouldoor parking 
limited lecieation room 


available now for 8 to 10 months 273-6181T 
$200 per month. 

COLWOOO - Small 1 -BR collage 3,000 SQ. IT. 

. , _ , . , u wifh oil /■hge. Available Oct. 1 . t>i."pa'ii emur 

Why not n-.ike use of cor detailed $105 per montn. RE J AIL STOKE 

kriwiedge m find the aoariment JUBILEE — Spacious 3-BR older Prime downtown location — main 

you really want We will madly home for Oct. 1, $165 par month street. Available now on long term 

ir.ye vou to see a wide se.'-c’ior BOORMAN INVESTMENT CO basis. Call BROWN BROS. ON 

LTD. BLANSHARD 385-8771 (anytime). 


MAY vVC HELP YOU 7 


fornished or unfurnished anarl 


till Government Street. 386-9212 


12x63 TWO-BEDROOM. PLUS 
DEN AND COVERED VERAN 
DA, IN BEAUTIFULLY WOOD¬ 
LANDS ADULT TRAILER PARK. 
An excellent fully furnished mobile 
home, which includes washer, 
dryer and garburator. Space is 
85x105 with extra hookup for addi 


*.LK 


If < id a a N k 


We are offering _ 
number of condominium units,, 
for reht. These are ideal for a? f -°tl n 8 * 
smalt family up Jo 2 cMIdran, Cablevision 


vehicle.- All lor 
478-2918. 


rec 


only 


GOODACRE TOWERS 

35i) and 320 DOUGLAS ST. with no pets. "Each” unit’ has 
Directly opposite Goodacre Lake stove, fridge, washer and drver. Controlled entrances 
in beautiful Beacon Hill Park. Cus- w w shag carpeting, 3 bedrooms, .tnjrm c. our on 1 

LARGE BRIGHT ROOM IN PRi- tomary highrise amenities. 1-Bed- 7 baths. Rent $212 with elec’rlc, ^ lmcoe ot. .3X5-3111 

vdrt uome tor si-otni or young rooni suites now available. Mature "beat guarantee. View SHANGRI- 
business person. Close lo town, on adults only. Sorry, no pets. For LA ^ESTATES, 840 Craigflower 
Unive rsity bus. oinx, cupooara., gather rental information phone 
counter, fridge, waik-in closet. 385-8111, 9 to 5. 


FOR RENT WAREHOUSE AND 
3021 PHYLLIS $245 oW'Ce at 2535 Government Street. 

Love v 3 bdrm. beautiful view of Reasonable rent, also office space 
< > anj m,)i nia.ns in new bldg and some warehouse 

4937 WESLEY RD. $225 space. R. Hanson. 386-754J Res. 

Very nice 3 bdrm. p- |»alh. Fire- 477-3720 
place, w tow carpeting throughput. ISLAND HOMES LTD. 

Full bnsement _ _ 

DON STRIPLING 386-1361 0N .E OFFICE 16 BY 20. LIGHT, 

CANADA PERMANENT RENTALS wa,er - heat and p «rking, one 
warehouse. 960 sq. ft, one ware- 
3-BEDROOM WITH LIVING house 2400 sa ft. plus 1000 sa ft 
room, dining recess. Separate kit- mezzanine. Available Oct. 1. Phone 
chen and bathroim. Stove, fridge, 386-8435. 
washer and dryer. Sea vlew area 

This new apartment bldg, offers: with ^privacy. Oil heat. $220 month. _ . . . F 9 R RENT 


No Fee to Tanar.t 

Sterling Rental Agency 
206 Kresga Bldg 
1104 Douqlas Sf. at Fort 
383-7171 

Open 9 a.m -9 p.m. 
Including Saturday 


THE ROYAL SCOT 
425 Quebec 


Fully furnished studio suites — Burnett 


l 9 ’ ? ECONOLINE 1-TON VAN 
.Vanguard ^country cruiser 
-3nve r sion, has fridge, toilet, heat 
' f s'ecos 4. Only 800 miles Will 
saermee for $7350. S. J. PEOEN 
LT D . 386-3464. 

!’73 WINNEBAGOS NOW ARRIV- 
•no u-fioor plans to choose from. 

VICTORIA MOTOR HOME 
« SALES LTD 
^36 Douglas . 385-2332 

, rustler campers 
HOLIDAIRE TRAILERS 

T „ MORRIS 

trailers and campers 

w i 6 OpUfllas al Burnside. 385-2332 

' 'LE To mlL CAMPER OWN 
f. r p S: OAK BAY TEXACO s»oc)s ed showers. 
r v rr " 3 j| 1 t$ and bumpers, auxllia- 
V ai s :_*nks, at 1990 Oak Bdv 
A 398-341 


GOLDSTREAM 
MOBILE HOMES 
LTD. ' 

COMMODORE - ATCO HOMES 
MODULINE 

2685 Trans-Canada HWY-- 

478-1751 

TRIANGLE HOMES LTD 


tverything supplied, snare uam 
wim 2 young people. $50. Jd6-y-»j/ 
a.ter 6. 


Road bv Resident Manager”«, , 
call BROWN BROS. AGENCIES 
LTD., 1125 Blanshard S». 
385-8771 Anytimel 


R.1Z HOI EC 

Cunveniuni ajv.n.uwn location 
tievaior sai vice — cauievision 
wan,, wwu-My ur mummy raic» 


OAK RIDGE HOUSE 
2646 COOK ST. 

HIGH ELEVATION 


MARINER, GENERAL 
LEADER AND PREMIER 


478-1774 


VISTA DEL MAR 
1378 Lyall (Esquimau) 

Hioh over Saxe Point 
Every suite with sea view. Bache¬ 
lor, $130. 1 bedrooms. $135-5145 2 
bedrooms, $165-170. Large suites 
and balconies. Good storage space. 

__ Sauna, billiard room, small work- 

383- t02» sh °P- Mature adults only. Manag- 

GROUND FLOOR, FRONT, ^ 1-bedroom suite available October 

10 -Yuilu. and snouu.nw SEAVIEW LOCATION 1st, from $125. Wall-to-wall carpet, 
centre. For quiet lady. Reasonable i^oQr»*rr aodt^ modern coloured appliances, con- 

raIe 382 - 009 ,. 1488 DALLAS RD. trolled entrance. For manager 

$65 FURN.SHED. WALK TO ?^ # L r i ^S fl * U r i ^ T> 2 Ph ° n< 3W ' M01 ° r 386 - W3 '_ . 

over'MMloi* ,0r Per *° n aB * 40 ° r de ,uxe k,tchaP l'/J baths. utMlty ESQUIMALT - MODERN 1-B.R 

over. 383-8101. room, wall-to-wall carpet through- SUITE — TENANT SUPPLIES 

FURNISHED ROOM WITH 2' 0 t «c Ava I , ^t.^' 9 8 " <?«OVVN WTU.ITIBS. ,POSSi_ OCT. 1ST 

— BROS. AGENCIES to view at » 9 7 • 5 ‘ 

385-8771 (anytime). 382-9513. 


LOOKING FOR 
QUIETNESS 

COME TO BEAUTIFUL 

DUNSMUIR HOUSE 

(Off Esquimau) 


Coor T V., snag carpets, 
linen, dishes, laundry fadli'ies 
indoor pool, whirlpool, sauna, 
games room, underground parking 

Managers Mr and Mrs G. Arnold 
Phone: 335-3543 

OCEAN PROP MANAGEMENT 


Central downtown large outside of- 


Kerr & Stephenson Limited 385-3411 includes, carpet, light, 

heat, lanltor, desk, chairs, flla 
ROYAL OAK cabinet, option available on adjoin- 

2-3 bedroom. IV, bath, large living ,r>fl oMlce 386 ' 7074 *>r 388-6 4 °1. 
room witbjjpen fireplace, v, acre AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY, 
secluded lot, carport. $200 per modern office at 8?4 Fort St 
month. Available October 1 . recentlon and telephone answering 


386-8401. R. Douglas Agency 

LARGE OLD ENGLISH TUDOR 
Gorge. 3-bedroom, formal' 


Stenography available. 


Scenic setting on ocean — large 
patios. Available Immediately. De 
luxe 1 -bedrm, suites — top floor. 

831 Dunsmuir Rd. 388-4943 


2 only, two-bedroom apartments in '-room housekeeping suite, for tent 


DOWNTOWN OFFICES 


rentals now available. 
The Roval Trust Co. 
388-4311 


kitchen privileges, after 


P.m., 


WESTERN HOMES, 


over. 383-8)01. 

JACKSONS 

GOLDSTREAM ESTATES 
974 Gcldstream Ave. 1-A 
NEW and USED mobile homes on . Jo2-18o9. 

lots. Motor homes a° d ,ra v e| frad- p LO or ROOM, SUIT: 

ers. Park and sales. man p^oner. 432.50 month. 121ft 

rom- rJ - One-bedroom suite available, $100. Park. Adults only'. Phone” 477-5207 oniy 

- ■ I AND 2 ROOMS, COLOl/R TV, Call resident caretaker, 386-3075. for appointment. 592-0697. 


e. y pleasant location. 

Swimming Pool 
Parklnq Avail»ble 
W-W Carpet 
LA PALOMA 

RESIDENT MANAGER 383-9161 
Ker and Stephenson Limited 
385-3411 


WESTCHESTER APARTMENTS 
1407 FORT STREET 


ONE-BEDROOM, 
3-46 P addon, off 


CENTENNIAL APTS. 

2129 FLORENCE ST. 


MAIN 

Dallas 1 Jubilee shopping area. 


WINTER RATES 
Campers, trailers, under 


No pets. 


Mrs. 


1-Bedroom 
Adults 


1970 TRIPLE "E" 13' TRAVEL move in." includes 
a,, *r. sleeps 6 , stove, ice box. drver. All like new. 

Mjrt,- e, c- Special, $1550. Reg 385-5911. 

“'d«lers Motors. 385.875*. _ '. m0 VE IN TODAY- 

’65 CHEV. VAN CAMPER. PRO- l-bedroom, den. plus verandah 
,„,. e ,r,tJ se. stove, lights, sink and Furnished, like new. Set up in an 
* r f enk. carpeted. Sacrifice, adult park. Leo VanDvk, 386-3585. 

:’ S C *" 5 ' 7 »■_ , wells O' WEARY TRAILER 

1.1 Tra, LER, STOVE SINK, TOl-.Lrdne, waterfront, 5 milas west o' 
•ei. 110-12 bolt $995. 385-5824 after $ooke cn West Coast Rd.. 395-3674. 
5 642-5465 ___ 

Okanagan camper, bubble 2-bedrom parkwood, situ- 

3n 'hOdel suitable for import pick- aied in park. Asking $8,500. 
Horwood Mazda, 385-1451. ,478-5193. 478 - 2213 . 


plete hook-ups, laundry, tiled heat-' “ink ,t 0V g ffldog utl- 

ed showers. 343° Seymour Streal, ' Kar * Slsphenaon LlmltM 3 *S- 14 I 1 CENTENNIAL COURT NEW BUILD NG NOW RENTING 

Victoria. 382-4322. _ 1-bedroom apartment, wa l-to-wail One bachelor and several l-bed 

DOUBLE SIZE. WEPROOM"^ !i®g n .’ K ^SSPJ® — "" ***** MANOR - ' ' " ' ^ - 

bile home, all set up ready to ,0f reni - rair,ieia 


AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY 

Attractive;, well-furnished 2 -bed- home, _ _ .... .. . _ 

room, 1-bedroom and bachelor dlninq, llb.-arv, fireplaces, Lease. Single- -»«d suites at competitive 
units, all with modern kitchens. References. $210 month. 1320 Cov- 
W-W carpet, colour TV on cable, entry, 
utilities included. Rates by 

week or month, call OLDER 2-BEDROOM PLUS 1 IN 

CRAIGFLOWER MOTEL ful1 basement, automatic oil heat, NEW BUILD'NG NOW RENTING 

384-6330 Jubilee area. Fridge, stove and office snace large or small, 1 re 

wafer included Vacant Sept. 16. tall store left, warehousing space 

COMPLETELY FURNISHED 478-3723, after 4 . n-l- ilsn available. !93A East Burnside 

UPLANDS AREA, 3 BEDROOM :9U0r 

house -available October 1 , mini WAREHOUSE . SPA-CE AVAIL- 

mum 1 yr. lease required at $250 able -up to 18.000' from October h 

month. Phone 384-7280 after 6 pm all or part reasonable ra'es con- 

GLEN LAKE AREA „„ «"*•- C 0 A 5 .ruc.lor, Call 386.7*81 

monthly. 3 bedrooms, basement 3-O c FICE BUILDING ON LARGE 
Available Oct. l. G. Chan, Mayfair paved lot in Colwood area. Suit 
Realty, 386-2955. able for any type of business. For 

NEAR PARLIAMENT BUILD- 385 ' 78!? . 

logs, 2-bedroom townhouse. SI Aft. 'MALL OFF'CE SPACF NOW 

Children under 2 welcome, available "above Kent's Separate 

382-4868. erfrance $45 App ly Kent's Ltd . 

SECLUDED 1-BEDROOM HOME 7!? F ° rf 

on Prospect Lake Availab.e Oc TOO SQ FT OFFICE CECELIA 
tober 1st. Contact T. Marson. Rd. »arking.,h»et and light indvd- 
946 -9571, Delta, B.C. ed SP0 38R-6688 


by week or month. Adults only. No 
pets. Apply 260 Gorge Rd. East. 
OAK BAY NEAR BEACH, SHOPS, 
bus at door Spacious clean 3 room 
suite $175. Available September 15, 
598-4711. 

BACHELOR APARTMENT. COM- 
, plereiy furnished. All utilities in- 
I eluded, $130. Sorry no pets. Please 
call 478-3011. < * 

'"ANTED: GIRL TO SHARE 2 
Wiezel bedroom, $65 September 15th. 
’ . 2-8.3 .9-5 Quadra end Hillside 


for rent. Fairfield area. Phone 
washer and i a,,er 385-0850. 

-. R. Bent lev. | R00 AA PLUS USE OF KITCHEN, 
diving room, TV. Weekly clean 
lirjen. $60 monthly. 382-8646. 

HOUSEKEEPING ROOM, $45 
monthly. 383-5310 or 384-1920. 


ISLAND COURT MOTEL 
1621 island Highway 
478-7151 


2-BEDROOM HOUSE 
for couple (1 child) 


SUITABLE ESTEVAN SHOPPING CENTRE 
-n acreage. Oak Bay. Prime r etall store for 
Rent $130. rert C r lease 477-1420. 


- carpeting, drapes, heating includ- room apartments. Excellent view 

, - 1013 Vancouver St. ed On bus line, adjacent Beacon i of city and mountains. '384-o022. $ 7 n QUIET 2 -ROOM SUITE 

Quiet block, walking distance. Hill Park. 382-9407. 493 A East Burnside. ground level, Vic West. Suit older close to everything, 

$155, ef inc. t^eL°cable U and laundry 1 BERWICK MANOR GARDEN PARK COURT man 5W-203B. 477-3576. STORE OR OFF CE. 664 DISCOV 

See careetaker or ( 40 Boyd Street. Comfortable 1-bed- Lovat Ave. WANTED: STUDENT OR WORK- 2 -BEDROOM BUNGALOW. NEAR |ery Street. 383-4263. 

Royal Trust 388-4311 room apartment, warm, cosy and Nice unfurnished suite. $105. Close j ng 0 i r | to share apartment with I downtown, $125 per month. 478-451:. 

'reasonable. Close to water and to Mayfair and Town and Country other $49 month. Phone 385-7637. after 6 »?n I’FRSO.NAl. LOAN 4 ' 

Cablevision. 384.-5059. 


-reasoname. tiose to v. 

SEARS AREA 1 BEDROOM STE., Safeway. Phone 382-0723. 


$130. Manager 384-3291 or Western , 
Homes Ltd. 382-9513. 


ROOM HOUSE . STQ 

-AHpfy £b' Lurllne Ave 


TsJo’ 


191) 


,I-BEOROOM MODERN ANdImO-STUOIO/SUITE, IN OLDER^rtroo F M ELD T.V. AT UtlitEM. VE SIJ5. ^SBC^Sly 

--- — roomy suite, ground floor. Next foihome close to downtown. Shared Adults 382-2872 doas Si 5 

NON-DRINKERS, NO CHILDREN.: park. All conveniences, $135. Avail- bathroom. Mature ladies only. | 

Nice waterfront suite. $100, In- j able October 1st. 592-6577. Pemberton Holmes Ltd. 384-8126 4-ROOM APARTMENT, 2 BED- BEAUTIFUL HOME TO RENT 

, eludes everything. 386-2971. , TlirilTf , tT rooms, $95 month. 477-6442 between | bedrooms. iol 1 casement, stove 

i GORGE VALE APARTMENTS.' AVAILABLE OCTOBER 1ST. ,9 grid 5 friige Call anytime. ‘83-7435 

COUPLE WANT LARGE, BRIGHT ESQUIMALT. NEAR NADEN,]1180 Colville; 383-3139. De luxe, 1-bedroom apartment. $120 a 

housekeeping room. Quiet essen- l-bedroom suite. Covered parking. 2-bedroom suite overlooking golf mongh. close to bus. Phone 1-BEDROOM FURNISHED 719WETHERBY STREET ; BED- 
tial. 477 - 1458 . I No pets. 656-1779. (course, $150. (382-5071. I apart rjient. Ph. 383-5310. I room house, $170 month. 386-^235. 


ilor$E*KEPIN<; 
ROOMS WANTED 


AM) INSURANCE 

I MONEY I 

To Buy Build — Remodel — 
onsolidate — Refinance — Nam* 
/our Payment ~ e.g. 

St .550-518 03 Month 15 yr. am - 5 
/r Term - Abell, 386 7565, Eve- 
mgs. 598-2351. 









































































Am't. 
SI 600 
S2500 
$3500 


15 yr. Amort. 5 yr. term 
DAYS 386-9721, 386-9715 
EVES. 383-3750, 385-4165 


MORTGAGE LOANS 
AND INSURANCE 


MORTGAGE FUNDS 
AVAILABLE FOR ALL B.C. 


FROM 9V»% (VICTORIA) 


msst 


LOWER MAINLAND, 
AND NORTHERN B.C. 


HOMES. WATERFRONT 
PROPERTY 

LAND OR DEVELOPMENT 
-RTY 


Drop us • lino or phone collect. 
Perhaps we can serve you. Let us 
have full details of your property 
so we may give you a quote as to 
rates, terms, costs, etc., with no 
obligation on your part. 


Cash valuations given on any ex¬ 
isting mortgages or agreements 
- •" afion. 


without obllgatlo 


Write or ohone 
Mr, Len Thomas at 
DOUGLAS HAWKES LTI 


near seafront 

PRIVATE SUITE 
FOR OWNER 
The equity In your present 
or business may be sufflcfe 
launch you Into this excellent busi¬ 
ness — provide you with spacious, 
privets family accommodation — 
and ensure future security for 
your family. Licensed for 13 
guests, this established, well 
equipped rest home would make 
feel family operation. Call 
for private appointment to 
discuss details and to view this 
immaculate home. 

ED JUPP, 592-1019 
385-2481 

Swlnerton, Stewart Clark, Ltd. 

1318 Blanshard St. 







ASKING 579,000 
20 ROOM GUEST HOME 
CHOICE ROCKLAND 
AREA 


_S LTD. 

990 Blanshard St., 
Victoria, B.C. 

PHONE 384-7123 (Collect) 
(After hours 479-6382 collect) 


NO BONUS 
HOME EQUITY 
LOANS 


Here Is your opportunity to borrow 
the Inexpensive way. You may 
borrow up to 90% of your property 
whether your home Is paid 
\nof. No amounts too small 
nelarge. Interviews In the 
L your own home. 

I EXAMPLES: 

payments from 

$23.00 
$33.00 
$47.00 

_ $59.00 

15 year ammort. — S year term. 



FOR FAST COURTEOUS SER¬ 
VICE CALL ME TODAY. MONEY 
IMMEDIATELY AVAILABLE. 


24 Hour Service 

Byron Price and Associates Ltd. 


MORTGAGE FUNDS 
Any Amount, Any Reason 


Residential 1st and 2nd mortgages. 


Commercial 

gages. 


1 st and 2 nd mort- 


Interim loans. 


We buy existing loans and agree¬ 
ments. 


For fast, confidential service, call 
the mortgage specialists: 


RAE INVESTMENTS LTD. 


388-7891 


A terrific opportunity! A fine prop¬ 
erty end business with excellent 
return, and could be Increased. 
This Is not a conversion, In good 
condition and well equipped. 
Owner will take mortgage or 
house as part payment. Plus the 
20 rooms there is good living ac¬ 
commodation for owners; large 
lovely dining room, guest lounge 
and stainless steel kitchen. Exclu¬ 
sive with Herb Hodgson, 382-3835; 
Gordon Thomas, $92-2087; Office, 
384-7128. Douglas Hawkes Ltd. 


HAIRDRESSERS 
WANTED ! ! ! 

Here Is an opportunity for two 


hairdressers who have a clientele to 
purchase a well established shop 
n a central, busy location. Owner 
says sell and Is Inviting you to 
make an offer on an asking price 
that makes It even more Inviting. 
If you have been thinking of mak¬ 
ing a move to your own business: 

THEN INVESTIGATE - 

BEFORE YOU INVEST. 

JOHN BARTON 
•t D. F. HANLEY AGENCIES 
LTD. 

385-7761 (24 HRS.) 


THIS — 


$15,000 

HARDWARE 
EXCELLENT LOCATION 


Owner wishes to retire. This Is an 
excellent opportunity for a person 
qualified to service appliances and 
general repair work. At this price 
It won't last. Phone: 


f6eE,0Um, 

I WISH I HAD EYES 

LIKEYoURS,SOI 

could see like 

,Anem>g 



WHAT?, 




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GORDON HUTTON —I 
477-5952 

NATIONAL TRUST 

388-5451 (24 hrs.) ! 


OPENING EARLY NOV. IN THE 
DELTA MARKET MALL on 
Scott Rd. fn Surrey, B.C. 

Big T Restaurant 

2100 sq. ft. fast food buffeterla 
with seating for 100 using to 
Full advantage the freedom of 
access afforded by the open de¬ 
sign. 

Concept of this new centre. 

Contact J. Beaven 
Tasfee-Freez (Pacific) Ltd. 

204-895 Fort, Victoria 
Phone 388-5565 or 656-3669 


GOOD VALUE 


NOW WHATEVER TO) DO, 
DON'T PUT IT IN THE 
BUNKER/ 



.m 





Slop in Ui» 
middle.' 



OPEN HOUSE 
Saturday i:3(M:30 
651 PINE ST. 
sq. ft. new waH to wall In 
•ooms, living room and huge 
I or family room. For a large 
yus home this Is hard to beat 
! a low down payment on ask- 
ig price of $15,90* 

W-8126 


OPEN HOUSE 
SATURDAY. 1:30-4:30 
986 TATTERSAL 
welLconstructad, 2 -bedroom 
me on a good lot In a nice eree. 
keede some work but Idee I sterter 
(r retirement et only 
^ $18,900 

-6126 LARRY BROOKS 471-2918 


COULD YOU 
■«"«* •horn# Ilk, this today (or 
tho asking prkt of < 21.000 and 
JSY* V? <*» Worn qul»t it. 1 
don t think ao. 2 bdrtn,. LR and 

,ull „ b,n "- "Ort 
dack^Sf*™ ** Mn# * r ** * nd 1 
Louisa Wlltarmutti 477-1141 , 

477-007 ' 


OPEN HOUSE 
HAT OJ-'Ill 
2277 ARBUTUS RD. 

It orind new home has - - 
0 sq. ft. of (usury living. Mas- 
■Siva loyar, large rooms and de- 
lllqhttul Interior docor. Priced at 
Ists.too. 

13144126 R. I. MURPHY 


-DEPART— 

Let, y«tr Imagination oo-lmaolno. 
o distinguished oldor homo wllh 4 
"Tors Bdr's plus, complotoly 
'•TuOolHd. modernized kitchen 
wth utility room, ploeunt dra¬ 
wing room (refinished of course.) 
due, rec room, with bar, ultra 
d.y location In Saanich on 
70x140 lot, with opportunity to dbl 
lot size, oh tor under S33.000, open 
wove*, you don't ho«o to I mis¬ 
s' ™ R , G J. L , E HAHN 
382-5077 or 572-1924 


OPEN HOUSE 
SATURDAY 1:30 - 4:30 P.M. 
188 SIMS (OFF mUCUM't 
2(4 - YEAR - OLD. UP - TO- 
DATE HOME. ASKING 
$24,900. 

JACK MOEN 
Bus. 385-9741 Res. 658-5448 


SOUTH OAK BAY 
LOVEL Y VIEW 
BEAUTIFUL GROUNDS 
IMMACULATE HOME 
ARTISTICALLY DECORAT¬ 
ED 
WITH 

CHARM AND CHARACTER 
TOTAL PRIVACY 
$56,500 

W. G. MOORE 
RES: 658-8681 OFF: 477-1841 


EVES. Mr. Stuber 477-3886 


Members: M.D.A.B.C. 


I have a two acre, five lot, parcel 1 
of land. Beautifully treed, for 
almost immediate possession. Rev -' 
enue from a six month per year 
business is over $30,000. Nice fwo 
bedroom house on the properly. ' 
Call: 


IRA FREEDMAN OF 
JACK MEARS 
OAK BAY REALTY LTD. 
386-2291 or 592-0511 


DOCTOR: PU6T0 A RECENT 
UNWARRANTED PUMMELLING, 
I DEEM A WY5ICAL 
EXAMINATION AWI5ABLE. 


3 


CASH FOR 

MORTGAGES 

AND 

AGREEMENTS 
If you are receiving payments 
but would like to sell your 
equity for immediate cash 
phona 385-9765. 

ERIC CHARM AN 

Charman Pacific Realty Ltd. 

608 Broughton St. 

(Across from Eaton's Par-i 
kade) 


FAST FOOD TAKE OUT 
TASTEE-FREEZ 
Shelbourne Plaza, Victoria, B.C. 
Seating for eighteen 
Established 12 years 
Full price $30,000, $15,000 down 
Balance at 10% simple Interest 
Ideal huspand and wife operation 
Contact J. Beaven 
Tasfee-Freez (Pacific) Ltd. 

204-895 Fort, Victoria 
Phone 388-5565 or 656-3669 



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STICK i)UT 
WUR TONGUE AND, 
SAY "AH" 



SCRIBBLE 

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. A FAMILY AFFAIR 
This rest home Is just right for a J 
husband and wife team. Located: 
on three lots in a prime area the I 
- ..^ v .. tT ^ - present owner is licensed for 16; 

MORTGAGE FUNDS guests. Fully equipped and in ex-| 

Wa hav# private mortgage money, cejlent , 5i , a n ?i!, ion- Realistically 
for re-mortgaging home Improve- pnced at $89,000. 
ments or for your money prob-1 For further information and state- 


lems. 

Phona D. M. MacKillop 
Ireland for fast service. 

C. N. MONTAGUE 
LTD. 
384-9318 


or G. 


CO. 


1 ments, call: $ 

JOHN F. COLWELL 
384-8126 * 592-9828 

PEMBERTON, HOLMES LTD. ' 


ME WALKUM 
FWONT! YOU 
WALKUM 'HIND.' 



1 /" 


PLETE YOUR PLANS. CALL: 

DON MacGILLIVRAY 

A. E. LEPAGE 
BOULTBEE SWEET LTD. 
Hillside Shopping Centre 
386-1341 


DOWNTOWN CAFE 
I Located in the heart of the tourist 
trade. Owner wishes to retire, in. 

I nice condition with seating for 60 
-xtr'T'r-x tuAMT-vo 'at tables and 13 at counter. About 

NEED MONEY? 80% of the business is done during 

WE HAVE MONEY AVAILABLE |Could be excellenr 
FOR 1st AND 2nd MORTGAGES ^ SJiSS ’to jKk "ah* veer MkPno 
FROM 51,000 UP. USE THE EQ- < 30000 '° cT, k more "Informal on 
UITY IN YOUR HOME TO COM- more ''''° rma " on 

' : CLIFF SALMOND _ 

1385-7721 ,77-3626; 

j GARDNER REALTY LTD. 

WANT TO START someting new, 
in Victoria? Licensed, operating! 

concern that would make an ex - 1 - 

cellent: 

[ PIG AND WHISTLE 

I Downtown location, good parking , 1 Consists of 12 units, 8 of these with 
seats 60 comfortably. Pub-like at- ktfcnens, two bedroom living 
mosphere. Asking S9750, call LEW quarters, grosses better than) 



(«™l°BL£55EP 



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ARE THE MEEK' 


SCRIBBLE 

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BUSINESS 

OPPORTUNITIES 


INSTITUTIONAL AND 
PRIVATE FUNDS 
AVAILABLE 

1st and 2nd MORTGAGES 
also 

EXISTING MORTGAGES 
BOUGHT 
AND SOLD 
K. M. JACOBSEN 
386-1361 658-8679 

Canada Permanent Trust 
Real Estate Division 


*44 REVENUE PROPERTY il 

FAIRFIELD TRIPLEX i FAMILY-SIZE DUPLEX 
$26,750. TERMS ! Ample accommodation In _thls 


EVENLE PROPERTY. 244 REVENUE PROPERTY 


jb* jsxxrjpizi. 

L.R., spacious kitchens 
bathrooms. Drive-In^ garage 


additional income located ... . 
quiet street in one of the best ren 


SPACIOUS 3-BEDROOM SIDE-BY- 
side duplex, living room with fire- 
e,rh P |ace » full dining room, kitchen 
lira* wi,h breakfast space. Oak Bay, 
near beach, park, bus, schools, 
shopping. No agents. 477-1221 


COMMERCIAL OR 
INDUSTRIAL 
PROPERTIES 




'"Vdt'ULT T LOU l.t»» NVOI in 4, S'VMLd UVUHI .lion . , ,,,, . , . LHLVIOI L4I l,UnO|. S.AV.CIICIII ICVC- 

MOILLIET, 382-7276 or res:, $31,000, *iets about S19.000 before ?" r d ° ne °.! .SToM * oSrt i nue plus PO»*ntial increased in- 


_ COMMERCIAL BLDG. 


477-9251. Town and Country Realty financing. Price and terms are 
Ltd. very reasonable. Call 


KNOCK-: 


OPPORTUNITY 
INC. 

Are you semi-retired and wish to 


386-3547 


IRA FREEDMAN OF 
JACK MEARS 
OAK BAY REALTY LTD 

^ .... _ __ __ ...... ...... 386-2291 or 592-0511 

FIRST AND SECOND- MORT -1 supplement your income? Inves-- 

GAGE FUNDS AVAILABLE AT ■ tlgafe this unique husband and FAIRFIELD REST HOME r . - - r; -Zj—L— V "Y —. c~. — --c—•, -v . - iuuimi m. 

COMPETITIVE RATES UNLlM- wife business. Minimum experi- One of the smaller homes that can '** J] a * Plenty of shrubs, fruit .^«2: Ric hmond area has lust been toia Press Box 252. 

ITED FUNDS, CONVENTIONAL ence required; asking $ 10,000 in- oe operated by a couple who de- frees and greenhouse. Close to all listed, at $26,500. The main floor 

AND PRIVATE. QUICK DEG* eluding S2.0CO inventory. RUSS sire 


ta ™K it ar h« 9 ? 1 '}>IL 4 r 9 ^ ' cc>rne Good financing available, 

credit rating, it has 3 2 -bedroom Askina sa? non 
self-contained suites and quick JOAN HOPPER 

possession can be obtained on CITY BROKERAGE ltd 
main floor suite which comprises 1 ----- - 6 LTD - 

of living room, fireplace, dining 
room, beam ceilings and hardwood 
floors, family kitchen, 3-pce. bath 

and 2 good sized bedrooms. Attrac- This impressive duplex In the for fixtures"and 


| FOR SALE 

I "THE BUSIEST AREA OF 
. GOVERNMENT ST.” 


IMMACULATE DUPLEX 


GORGE AREA 
4 SUITER $39,500 

Lovely, large, one-bedroom suites. 

Inside entrances. Full basement. 

A-l shape throughout. Large 1st 
mort. at 0 '/j% available. 

CVY-C. . rrs.x rkrk.«».-r«..n.G «,-» Buildln O COflSlStS Of 2 StOTCS, One 

EXCELLENT DOWNTOWN LOCA- on Government — also ten one- 
Non. No merchandise to buy. $9500 room bachelor suites, fully oc- 
“ *- ]e*s«. Apply Vic- cupled. Owner occupies the main 

_| store. This building is on a very 


SOUTH OAK BAY 
Spectacular older home. 
Spacious charming bright 
rooms. Modem kitchen with 
built-in dishwasher. Sepa¬ 
rate eating area. Five bed¬ 
rooms. Four bathrooms. 
Three fireplaces, 20x19 den 
with built-in bookshelves 
and wet bar. Immaculate 
grounds. 

$57,300 

W. G. MOORE 
RES: 658-8681 OFF: 477-1841 


OPEN HOUSE 
SATURDAY 1:3(M:30 p.m. 

842 DAFFODIL 
STUCCO 2 BDRM FULL 
BASEMENT ON LARGE 
LEVEL LOT. PRICE ONLY 
$22,900. 

STAN TRONT 

Bus. 385-9741 Res. 477-2829 


HIGH QUADRA 
PANORAMIC VIEWS 
3210 BELLVUE 


Extra twit, family horn* faaturlns 
3 I area bedrms, dan, 23x14 llvlna 
room, 12 x 5 din. room, loro, kitch¬ 
en with bright braakfast nook. Full 
bamt with rumpba room and 2 nd 
fireplace. Lot size 75x235. Toll le 
an extra wall built home Jn a 
choice view locetlon. Needs rede¬ 
corating but offered wey below 
market value at <34,500. tmmadl- 
at# possession. 

KEN HENDERSON 


Res. 3S&6794 
BILL McOARTER 
Bus. 385-9741 Res. 592-3970 


OPEN HOUSE FRIDAY— 
1:30-4:30 

SJOJ*, t» Pleasantly surprised 


by this beautifully renovated older 
home. Excellent home for 
entertaining and to raise a family. 
Ltrp. lot with volley view and 
2}' “SjfV atmosphere. Asking 

OLIVE KE* 552-1450, 477-1S4I 


NEW 


■254 


CONDITTON- 
YRS. OLD 
COSY, CLEAN, COMFORT¬ 
ABLE 

Fireplace, (ish pool, shoka root, 
cedar siding, 522,300. 

TERRY WATLING 
' 383-51 IS 


new 


NOW DOWN PAYMENT 
If you quellfy for the B.C. 2nd 
mfg. you could buy fhls newly 
decoreted 3 bdrm home, 
plumbing, wlrlnr 
maculete 
$20,500. 

W. ROGERS 

Bus. 385-9741 Res. 652-1891 


irlng, end furnace. Im- 
:ondltlon. Full prlcq 


477-1841, 


OAK 


BAY BORDER _ 
NOW $26,000 

Res I 3 bedr-sen', 7 fireplace value. 
Quiet location, close to schools, 

!litM>o 2 r C * r lsr °* r '°-m> 

Terry Walling 477-1B41, 3S3-5US 


HOUSE—.59 ACRE 
$22,500 — IN THE CITY! 
Large lot, fruit trees, garden. 
BR Home, older end cozy. 

Terry Welling 477-1841, 383-5I1S 


WANTED: 

ONE LARGE, ACTIVE, EX¬ 
ECUTIVE FAMILY 

This home Is Ideal for the young 
° ni °T v>rl ' d Ovlng 
J. 1 wtertalnlng. It centres Its ac¬ 
tivities around one of the largest, 
private indoor pools In town! 70 
deoree water all year round for all 
you water enthusiasts. Six bed- 
f 0 V r ^ooms and two 
Large master bedrm 
has 9x12 study with sliding glass 
doors to a private patio flanking 
one end of the pool. Private Inner 
courtyard flanks the other side of 
the pool. Nine sets of sliding glass 
doors extends the living area to 
the great natural outdoors. All In- 
477-1841 honored ’ Frances Brown 


MCKENZIE, F I T Z S f M M O N S 386-3231 
BOORMAN 477-2412. Block Bros. Really Ltd. 
LTD. 1111, 

SERVICE STATION 
3-bay modern station within V* 
$200,COO, TO INVEST | mile of City Hall. Ideal for me- 

Investors headquarters. Conven- chanic. Value of equipment $4500 
rional and private funds available plus stock at cost. Vendor anxious 


SIONS. CALL MR. 
386-7521 (anytime). 
INVESTMENT CO. 
GOVERNMENT ST. 


6 nice home lor themselves schools, stores, buses. " a s. bedrooms, den. 


for 1st — 2nd — 3rd mortgages. 
Also interim building loans. 

BILL WESTCOTT 

D. F. HANLEY AGENCIES LTD. 

385-7761 


to sell. Try your otter. FREDDY 
STARKE, 388-6231 or 394-9633. Is¬ 
land Pacific Realty Ltd. 


GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY TO 
qenuine principals. Established 
MONLY ro loan ON mort. legal business nets owner $25,000 
gages. Quick decisions. Also. Suitable to investors or a small 
agreements and mortgages pun i family operation. Easy terms on 
cnased for casn. See us for top ( -easonabie investment. Details by 
Price. ___. (confidential interview only. Pos. 


and a comfortable living. Half 
block from Beacon Hill Park. Spot¬ 
less property. Six guests. Full 
price $49,f* -•• ••• 

Mr. Gaddes at R. Douglas Agen 
cies, 386-8401. Res 598-2465. 


etc. See It today by phoning: 

•’ARMY” ARMSTRONG 


large living room and bright 
cheerful kitchen. The suite up- 

Fulfparllcufari from! 388-4271 MLS (Res) 479-2855 large giving room ancHcU^en. W Ex h - 

477-9394 RICKKINNIS 388-4271 
J. H. Whittome and Co. Ltd. 


GEORGE DEVLIN 
Real Estate Consultant 
635 Humboldt St., 385-2725 


WOULD YOU JwlKE TO PUR- 
chase a rest home where the ven¬ 
dor will carry the bulk of the fi¬ 
nancing? Call: 


H. Whittome and Co. Ltd. 

2 SIDE-BY-SIDE 
DUPLEXES 
-Just listed, stucco exterior with 


REVENUE 

PROPERTIES 

WANTED 


IRA FREEDMAN OF 
JACK MEARS 
OAK BAY REALTY LTD. 
386-2291 or 592-0511 


full basements and drive - in 
garages. Each side has good size 

I^ 9 nn .To. ‘HffiSEmrt* I* a " older building In good 

and one large bedroom. Oll-o-ma- reDa j r S h 0 wina a aood return on 


TRIPLEX 
VIC WEST 
GOOD REVENUE 


18 UNIT MOTEL 
Busy location near ferry terminal. 


cl c B F?* NAf ? D and C0- L I«R' 0 ‘n» ^' ivelv oo agents. Victoria’ Press, I Good year round Irade. Ljsrse 
655 Fort Street 3*4-9335 Box 288. BR owner's suite. Asklnd $160,000 

MONEY AVAILABLE BODY PAINT | Con,ac, ‘john b. shaver 

low rates for First or Second RAlSlATHR ! investors Syndicate Realty Ltd. 

Mortgages, Interim Financing. KAU1AIUK | 620 Broughton St., Victoria, B.C. 

Building Loans. Refinancing. Shop in central location. Approx. 

P. R. Brown and Sons Ltd. 7.000 sq. ft S25,000. Business and THRIVING 

762 Fort St. 385-34?! equipment only. 

388-4271 ERIC ZIEGLER 592-1768 
J. H. Whittome and Co. Ltd 


tic heat. One side vacant for view¬ 
ing. Simpsons-Sears area $33,900. 

2—Just listed. Brick exterior with 
full basements and drive-ln gar¬ 
ages. Nice one-bedroom suites each 
side. One side vacant for viewing. 
Cook St. area. $31,000. 

385-7721 CLIFF SALMOND 477-3626 

Gardner Realty Ltd. 


RESTAURANT 


CASH AVAILABLE 
FOR LOAN OR EQUITY 
Subdivision, construction, redevel¬ 
opment, business expansion, 2 nd or, 1N 
3rd Mortgages. Private Funds > llln ess forces sale - good bust- 
386-7074 ness, good location, all new cquip- 

----| ment, very attractive, sacrifice 

MORTGAGE MONEY price. 

,1592-1768 L. ZIEGLER 388-4271 
J. H. Whittome and Co. Ltd. 


First mortgages available up to 
any amount at current Interest 

rates. Quick decisions. PART-TIME MAY LEAD TO 

BROWN BROS. AGENCIES LTD. I full time and earnings In excess of 

1125 Blanshard . _385-8771 $30,000. Presently employed busi- 

MnoTrarcc ness minded Islander able to carry 

muk i gaols $ 5l00 o inventory may expect bright 

future with new products. For per¬ 
sonal interview give resume to 


141 


BUSINESS 

OPPORTUNITIES 

WANTED 


PRIDE OF OWNERSHIP 
Excellent depreciation opportunity 
Inflation protection 
Reasonable return on Investment 
New Properties 
Choice residential areas 
1. 39 units - $550,000 

rACu cno vnno MnoTrAre anion wumu uuatne»a. r-ieaoiiny 2. 95 units — $1,350,000 

CAS 4 „ f ..°m R e n t YO ihr R MORTGAGE setlino small handcrafted Items. Vonrcoy muF? 3. 84 units - $1,300,000 

fiPri^nnf e Tnt? f hiah^t S nr 1 rPQ Good tourist and ,ocal traffic. . , Sifh^S^ioerien^^anfs to Rem# mber location's the key 
*A c es c..^ a ,fu Very low overhead. Worth more , clien | , wlth . a ,« ^ call J. B. Young, 383-4124 

M i B t V but askinfl only 52,500. 386-8596 or mv *? t J r ’ ni™ ; 5 ’fl- ,81B - Apartment zoned 

i 1H4.0TO!. u.< <05.H4Z« 3(67170 bfler.s. * ,w.nt to Mil or l«»M vours please; oth(!r orooert , re eded to be devel- 

i indicate price, size and yearly qd#h in the Greater Victoria area 
POTENTIAL INVESTMENT, sales, location or lust phone S a !2 Pacl f|c invest 

pawn broker business, good lort- number to Victoria Press Box 278. m enf $ ParK Pac,TIC lnvesT 

lion, low overhead, gross of $24,000 Strictly confidential. 


and 

AGREEMENTS FOR SALE 

Purchased I or cash. Call B. J-1 Vfrtoria Press Box "243 
LeDuc at M. P. Telller Securities Y'rjl'* press ' B0 * 243 ‘ 

Ltd. 386-1214 or Res. 386-3975. IDEAL SALES LOCATION OR 

ssnuTcire small going business. Presently 
T selling small handcrafted Items 

sale. Quick : Go3d tourist and local traffic 


HAIR DRESSING 
Business and property. Good loca¬ 
tion in Ganges Village on Salt 
Spring Island. For more details 
call: 


BRAND NEW 
FIVE PLEX 


repair showing a good return on 
investment. No problem here get¬ 
ting good tenants. Must be sold. 
Open to offers on $32,900. 

LARRY M. BROOKS 
384-8126 478-2918 


! CALIFORNIA CLIENT, AL- 
ready apartment owner In Vic¬ 
toria, arrives about September 
15th and will buy Immediately 
good newer building up to 20 • 24 
suites on cash to mortgage basis. 
Please contact Don Robertson, 
385-9765 and maybe we can move 
your property quickly. Charman 
Pacific Realty Ltd. 


9 R 19 T his newiy compieiea revenue j rJiuiiuv "Vo aVbe" mYVmi „ 
M 3 4141 proper, V' is located in a good ren- SSSi .? 1 ■.JSWAJ 6 -JJfc 3231 or 

JBJ-4I4I »,i .... Anri i-nmnrliM 9 xna 383-5183, BlOCk BTOS. Realty. 


Jake Javorskl, Ganges 

City Trust, Victoria 383-4)41 i a| are# 

SMALL BEAUTY SALON, CEN- bedroom 
tral downtown, excellent lease. 

385-2633. 


3 SxS DUPLEXES 

FAIRFIELD AREA — 2-BR, In¬ 
line LR and DR, bsmt., carport, 
$37,000. 

MT. TOLMIE AREA - 2-BR, LR, 
DR, W-W, BSMT., In-law suite, 

(A " ,U S62SM| UNIVERSITY AREA - 3-BR. LR, 
newly S eted r.»enu. 


strategic place for any future 
downtown development. This 
your opportunity to Invest in - 
location that will only Increase In 
value. For Information phone 
J. T. MILLS - 385-3411 
Ker end Stephenson Ltd. 

680 Broughton St. 


COMMERCIAL LISTINGS RE- 
quired in Victoria and Island area, 
confidential, courteous service 
given. Contact: 

D. H. MacGILLIVRAY 
A. E. LEPAGE 
BOULTBEE SWEET REALTY 
LTD. 

386-1341 ANYTIME 


and comprises 3 one- 
suites, and 2 two- 
bedroom suites, with a revenue of 
$8124.00 annually. For those Inter¬ 
ested in a good 

FOR SALE — RETAIL FLOWER call 
Shop. Price $5,500. Victoria Press, 


revenue property 


383-5183, Block Bros. Realty. 


Box 239. 


WILL SELL Vj INTEREST 
hotel zoned property 652-3516. 


IN 


SIDE-BY-SIDE! 

OAK BAY DUPLEX! 

A lovely ranch style duplex with 
JOHN F COLWELL sweeping views. Two bedrooms 

384-8126 W " ' '* UL ' VVCLL m? 9 * 9 * and den ^ nur $®ry — living room 

PEMBERTON, HOLMES LTD® ® . 


WANTED 
30-36 SUITES 
I Purchaser has cash-to-mtge. 


with fireplace — contemporary 
. I decor — only $37,500, 


for 

clean apartment In good 
area. Prefers newer block. Phone: 
477-9394 RICKKINNIS 388-4271 
J. H. Whittome and Co. Ltd. 


ATTENTION: * 

CONTRACTORS 
WAREHOUSE AND OFFICES 
ESQUIMALT ARE4 
This would be excellent opportune 
»y for group of CONTRACTORS 
TO PURCHASE AS "STRATA 
TITLE" situation and reduce over¬ 
head and, at the same time, gain 
equity In your building. 8,000 sq. 
ft. of warehouse plus 8,000 sq. ft. 
of office space not yet divided Info 
single offices — therefore afford¬ 
ing opportunity fo break up Into 
individual offices to suit the size of 
business. Beautiful modern bldg, 
Blacktop In front. Lge. 1st mtge. 
and full price only $210,000. Fur¬ 
ther details, call BRYON JEEVES 

?TD D '3S 5 F 776V ANLEY AGENCIES 


MUST SELL — $15,500 
Owners leaving and must sell their 
2 BR home near Jubilee. $800 ON. 
and payments of approx. $140 P.M. 
•Tnay get you In. Hurry, call G. H. 
KLOOTWYK 386-3231 or 384-2581. 


385-2458 


GLADYCE 
592-7123 
Byron Price and Associates 


•. APARTMENT OWNERS 
We have a "cash to mortgage," 
private buyer for an apartment 


Ltd.. 


231 


384-9305, Res. 592-0638. 

MORTGAGES 
FOB SALE 


and 


SIDE BY SIDE DUPLEX 
2-bedroom suite, and 1-bedroom 
suite with expansion possibility 
into a 3-bedroom suite, large pri¬ 
vate lot facing two streets. Also 
_ large double garage, Ideal for 
or workshop. Make an offer on the 


McLURE with 10 to 20 units. 

Please call Wess Dickie, 
1 382-4312; Res. 477-4662, 
Agencies Ltd., 919 Fort. 


ATTENTION!!! 
DEVELOPERS!! 
INVESTORS!!! 

There exists In the centre of one 
of the fastest growing communi¬ 
ties In B.C. an opportunity to ob¬ 
tain prime commercial land. In 
the midst of other exciting devel- 


"TO-DAYS BARGAIN” 


year. Full price $18,000. Will 
rent terms. Situated in Nanaimo, 
B C. Victoria Press, Box 289. 


$ 10,000 1st mtge., 

12%, $120 per mth, 5 vr.. 
term. Excellent co¬ 
venant. Loan on "win¬ 
terized" home and 5 lots 
at Shawnigan Lake. Call 
Don Harvey at Shirley 
Philos Homefinders Ltd. 
for directions and further 
details. 386-2911, Local 
211. 


REST HOME 

Operator licensed for 5. Located In 
Fairfield. Tastefully'decorated and 
furnished. Intercom throughout. 
S37.0C3 "PAULINE BROOKES or 
JESSIE McGRATH 38-1-8001. Royal 
Trust Co. 


BUYERS WAITING FOR PROFIT- 
able businesses. Any price range. 
S. W. Anderson Ltd. 384-9328 


244 REVENUE PROPERTY 


“IF” 


CURRENT 1st MORTGAGES 
$25,600, 9U% 

CURRENT 1st MORTGAGES 
$25,600, 9'/j%, $220 per mp. 

This 5-yr-term mortgage is on an 
Oak Bay residence, has a very 
sound covenant, and carries the 
full guarantee of the Mortgage In¬ 
surance Corporation of Canada. 

Call VINCENT HOLMES, 384-8124 
PEMBERTON, HOLMES, LTD- 


YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO 
operate a small grocery store that I 
really makes money. $39,500 down 
required. Information by appoint -1 
rnent only, please. Call Aimer |p. 


So Small a Word 

That 

Means so Much! 


REVENUE PROPERTY 
632 Raynor Street 
2 Bedrooms up, $135 p.m. 

3 Bedrooms down, $175 p.m. 
Gross Rentals. $310 p.m. 
$20,900 

844 Dunsmulr Street 
Gross Rentals $285 p.m. 
Excellent Holding Property 
$25,500 

For further Information please call 
384-8126 JACK COLWELL 592-9828 
Pemberton Hdlmes 


Olson, 384-8001. Royal Trust Co. 


Best Established 
VENDING BUSINESS 
On Vancouver Island 
For Sale 
Owner Retiring 
Victoria Press Box 255 


ATTRACTIVE BUSINESS, 
BOOKS. Gifts etc. Good location, 
Low overhead, Excellent Potential. 
Full Price $6,900. McCandless Re¬ 
alty 383-6111. Eve's 592-1981. 


-YOU HAD THE OPPORTUNI¬ 
TY TO BUY AN APARTMENT 
BLOCK ON YOUR OWN 
TERMS — WOULD YOU BUY 
IF—THE BLOCK WAS NEW! 

IF—IT WAS FULL OF HAPPY 
TENANTSI 

IF—IT CONTAINED 38 SUITESI 
IF—IT RETURNED YOU 10%! 


WOULD YOU BE INTERESTED? 


IF—SO CALL MR. POTTER 
479-7151 383-5471 


8 DUPLEX’S 

3 Bedrooms 
lVi Baths 

EXCEPTIONAL VALUE 

from 

532,900 to S34.750 

Contact 

RAY SMITH 384-8001 


asking pice of $23,900. Call quickly 
LARRY QUAGLIOTTI, 388-6231 or 
479-6609. Island Pacific Realty Ltd. 


LOVELY MODERN DUPLEX 
Each side has 1230 sq. ft. of luxu¬ 
ry living area with 3 bedrooms, 
large living room, recreation 
room, full basement and carport. 
Total price of $38,900 Includes a 
6% mortgage with low monthly 
payments. Will discuss terms. 
Principals only please. 479-3756. 


Dickie . opments i have 3 ad join ing W proper¬ 
ties which may be purchased as 
one or separately. For further In- 

“ J? f! 9a JlTx'l t « < S l0 iLL n oleM* call°JOHN C WAT n E d RMAN l, M 


WANTED 


good condition up to $65,000 down. 
Has fo show good return. 
FREDDY STARKE 388-6231 oi 
384-9633. Island Pacific Realty Ltd. 


D. F. HANLEY AGENCIES’LTD! 
385-7761 or RES. 478-2255. 


LARGE LOT 
ZONED CS-1 


— BLANSHARD - 

1800 BLANSHARD - 

- 386-3231 - 


NEW 4 BR HOMES 

$23,350 — $23,350 

Value plus In these 1600 sq. ft. 4 
BR homes on 2 levels — Vh baths, 
large LR with FP, big DR, lovely 
kitchen with glass doors to patio, 
ww carpets. Good financing, Sid¬ 
ney area on sewer. JEFF CHALK 
477-8274 or 386-3231. 


NORTH QUADRA 


$21,400 Buys attractive no step 2 
BR home, nicely decorated 
throughout. Large yard with fruit 
trees and storage shed. Close to 
transportation. JOHN A. JOHN 
477-8096, 386-3231. 


ARBUTUS SEA VIEW 
An unobstructed see view le yours 
from this specious 1600 sq. ff. 3 
bdrm home. 2 bathrooms, fully de¬ 
veloped bsmt. Complete seclusion 
on acre lot. Offered at $47,900. 
H. TOMLIN 

Bus. 385-9741 Res. 477-1327 


N 


TRUST CO. LTD. 


2 LOCATIONS TO 
SERVE YOU 


OPEN HOUSE 
871 DARWIN AVE. 

SAT. 1:30-5:30 P.M. 

Lovely well-kept home, 3 bed- 
rooms, large kitchen end eetlng 
area, full basement. Asking only 
$23,400. Make an offer I 
3*6-2961 I. G. LIDSTONB 477-6450 


HILLSIDE 

SHOPPING CENTRE 


LIVE IN 
WITH INCOME 

7 bachelor and 1 only 2-bedroom 
wife - 6 furnished com- 
ple-te, 2 with stove end fridge 
only. Income $7200. Expensee 
$2800. Asking only $40,000. High 
Quadra area. 

386-2961 I. G. LIDSTONE 477-6450 


DOWNTOWN 
1280 DOUGLAS 


GLEN LAKE — $23,500 
Owner must sell 3 BR home. In¬ 
cludes a panelled rec room, car¬ 
port and sundeck, large well treed 
lot, space for trailer, boat etc. 
477-8096, 386-3231 JOHN A. JOHN. 


OAK BAY BORDER 
About $1500 down can buy this 
jewel of a home. 2 BRs main, one 
basmt, rec AREA. Accommodates 
pool table, seo garage, large lot 
with productive garden. At $23,900, 
this lovelv property Is sure to oo 
this week. 386-3231 F. CRAIG 
383-1671. 


QUAGLIOTTI, Island Pacific Real- 1 ^ - Clal ^ * w,de va ‘ 

ty Ltd. 


247 


17 SUITES — HURRY! 
Central Park Area 

Price $10,150 per suite 
With low 7 per cent mortgage 
Try your terms and trades 
TED BOWDEN 479-1479 
NATIONAL TRUST CO., 386-2961 


COMMERCIAL OR 
INDUSTRIAL 
PROPERTIES 


Royal Trust Co. 


3-BEDROOM MODERN DUPLEX, 
Gordon Head. $4,000414,000 down. 
Terms by owner. 479-1479. 


FAIRFIELD CONVERSION 
6 SUITES 
$32,500 

Well located and in top condition. 
Bus at the door. Always rented. 
385-3435 J. EVANS 4774452 
P. R. BROWN AND SONS LTD. 


DESIREABLE COMMER¬ 
CIAL PROPERTY 
FAIRFIELD 

STORE WITH 2 BEDROOM 
apartment above. Main floor 900 
sq. ft. Building In good repair. 
Prime location C-l zoning applies. 
Owner wishes to retire. Price 
$38,000. Telephone OLIVE WEB- 260 

BER 478-5561 or 478-7733 Block'_ 

Bros Realty. . 


riefy of uses. Property Ideally lo¬ 
cated for maximum visual ex¬ 
posure and access from DOUGLAS 
ST. For details call GEORGE 
BOWES 592-2407 or 385-5055. 

WHYTE and GOWER 
OAK BAY PROPERTIES LTD. 


FOR RENT: 

Prime rental lot available 1st Oc¬ 
tober, 40,000 sq. ft., all or part will 
be rented, suitable for trailer dis¬ 
play, lumber storage, cars, etc. 
19/ ft. frontage on Burnside with 
exposure to Douglas. Small office 
building on site. For further de¬ 
tails phone Art Howard 382-2721 or 
evenings 479-1909. 


HOUSES FOR SALE 


COMMERCIAL 


OAK BAY 


FAIRFIELD DUPLEX 
FORECLOSURE SALE 
Good condition. Gross $335 month¬ 
ly. Listed $27,900. Call John Shaver 
386-7721 Investors Syndicate Realty. 


235% 2 properties 4 6 and 18* Don ' f mlss thls opportunity to pur- 
aerfts iMNyavI chase ,n thls ^elusive area. We 

v»rShu Sr ioftn r «2 n V rnEJfiir £Es lnow bav ® 2 lots available and wa 
vertible 3,000 sq. ft. colonial type, wm ri „ tom hlli | d VOIIP n» w 
home. The other has 850 sq. ft. 


jtore. Tremendous immediate PO-i ointment 
anth- Tent! a I or holdlr- nrnn^u. I POlntment. 


will custom build your new home. 
Call Dan Penman today for ap- 


388-4271 __ 

J. H. Whittome and Co. Ltd. 


EVENINGS, 477-8045 


— COLWOOD — 
1949 Sooke Rd. 

-- 478-5561 - 


COLWOOD — $16,000 
One bedroom home In excellent 
condition throughout. Would make 
excellent starter or retirement. 
Large fenced lot, separate garage. 
It won't last long at this price. See 
it soon. LEO CARD 478-5561 or 
478-5454. 


NOT MUCH MONEY? 

Try your small down payment on 
this 3 BR home close to bus, 
schools, shopping. LR with fire¬ 
place, DR and famlly-slza kitchen. 
Full basement, oil heat. Fernwood- 
Haultaln. SHOULD QUALIFY FOR 
NEW CMHC FINANCING. $21,900. 
VI BERRINGER 385-3693 


PRICED TO SELL 


ENJOY THE SERENITY 
of a quiet peaceful nelphborhood In 
this architecturally designed home 
located on a CUL DE SAC off 
upper ST. CHARLES ST. 

—Ultra modern kitchen with built- 
^« n RANC l E '-. 0VEN ' garbura- 

TOR and DISHWASHER, plus 
family dining area. 

—Separate Dining Room (12x10) 

Plus one bedrooms 
(Master 18x15 en suite) 

Three bathrooms 

Living room with floor-to-ceillng 
slate fireplace. 

—Den 10x16 
—Family room 17x15 
—Over 1700 sq. ff. of luxurious liv¬ 
ing. 

—Beautifully landscaped, DOUBLE 
lot 

—This Is a clear title hame and 
°*„ r T realistically priced at 
<48,000 with excellent terms. 


mike russell 

OFF : 388-5451 (24 hrs.) 
RES.: 479-5850 


INVESTORS 
SYNDICATE 
REALTY LIMITED 
620 Broughton St. 386-7721 

Across from Eaton's Carpark 


OPEN HOUSE 
“ERI. 1:30-4 P.M. 
1194-56 KINGS RD. 
Excellent value In this UP and 

^L Med u ,hr “'j lh ° u '' 2-Bedrm In 
2fs?f.~:°' ,n ° l-bedrm up rente 
at $135 per month. 

MRS. WALLACE In atfendanea 
386-7721 anytima 


BURNSIDE-TILLICUM 

$18,000 

Clean two bedroom home with full 
basement. Located close to school 
?i"° i/KWlno. For further Informal 
!t!S°*sexj*> p| 06(! or Evan WM- 
liams 386-7721 anytime. 


Three bedroom Colwood home with 
full, easily developed basement 
with large fenced lot Is offered at 
$27,000 as the owner Is transferred. 

The property is V/i yrs old, locat- 
a oulrt cul de sac for small 
children. Has wall to wall In main 
living area and Is below replace- 

000 p AUL 478-5561 or on 34-ecre. $28,066! 3604 
478 ' 2477 - I Valley Road. 478-8164. 


4605 AMBLEWOOD DR. 

i 800 No-Step Executive 

home, 3 bdrms, 2 bafhrms. Living 
room with large F.P. Sep Dr 
Dream Kitchen, large family rm. 
All carpeted floors, fully land- 
and f*nced. A must see In¬ 
side. Asking $47,000. For further 
Information call Lao Plgert or 
Evan Willi ams, 386-7721 anytima. 
BY. OWNER. BRIGHTLY REMO- 
deded 2-bedroom home with creek 
- Happy 


LAPWING PLACE 
NEW BEAUTIFUL HOMES 
"ONLY TWO LEFT" 
OPEN TO VIEW 
SAT., 1-4:30 
$25,807 

3 bedroom, split level 
Shag Throughout 
Laraa Tread Lot 
$23,481 

3 bedroom, 2 fireplaces 
Shag throughout, full basement. 
For private viewing please call: 

... COL'- 


384-8126 JACK COLWELL 592-9828 


METICULOUS 
HOME and GARDEN 
situated In VICTORIA WEST. Lot 


with frontage on two streets. DE 
LIGHTFUL GARDEN - lust like 
a little park. Older type — one 
owner home — cartfully main¬ 
tained over the years. Four rooms 
on main floor — open stairway to 
3 bdrs. Plus sewing room and 
3-pce. bath up. Good basement. 
Extra plumbing. Furnace and wir¬ 
ing renewed 5 years ago. Taxes 
only $264. Gross. 

$ 22,000 

3844126 MRS. McLEAN 384-6867 


COLWOOD 
3 BR. HOME 
$31,250 

This excellent home la situated on 
a quiet cul-de-sec In one of the 
finest areas of Colwood. An 80x140 
fully landscaped lot, full basement, 
ensult# plumbing, plus, plus, plus. 

* ’ LARRY M. BROOKS 
3844126 or 471-2918 


UP & DOWN DUPLEX 
NEAR 

VICTORIA GENERAL 
$23,900 

This excellent older duplex la situ¬ 


ated In a prime rental area. 
Grossing over $250 par month. 
THIS MUST BE SEEN. For fur¬ 
ther Information please call: 

LARRY M. BROOKS 
3844126 


ab 


381 


478-2918 jde 

CADBORO BAY 
EXCITING VIEWS 
$52,500 

a bedrooms and 4 bathrooms are 
only a couple of the many features 
that make this 4-year-old, 2-storey 
home one of todays best buys. 

—View living room 22.6 x 7 with 
attractive fireplace. 

-Formal 13.6x11.6 dining room 
with bay windows and built-in 
buffet.—Senwood cabinet kitchen 
includes dishwasher plus family 
dining area. 

2 carports plus paved parking 
area, secluded fenced rear gar¬ 
den, treed and fenced, and a 
parkland sandy beach are iust a 
few feet away. Quiet street, low 
interest mortgage and much 
more. Please call: 

C. A. CUFF ANDERSON 
SI44124 or 477-3994 


526 ADMIRALS ROAD 
$19,500 

Newly redecorated, this home pro¬ 


vides good family accommodation 
with the added feature of a 7,400 
sq. ft. lot strategically located in a 
commercially zoned area. To view 
at anytime please call 
592-9828 JACK COLWELL 3844126 


381 


DRIVE BY 
828 DEVONSHIRE 
(Please don't disturb the vendor) 
—Commercial Zona 
-Lot 41.25x249' 

—Two bedrooms 

—Living room with fireplace 
—Full basement, oil H.W. heated 
—Assorted fruit traas 
—On sewer 

Full asking price $17,000 
Shown by appointment only 
3840126 W. WOODLEY 384-3916 


GORGE AREA 
NICE AND NEW 
$27,900 


Just completed, this home offers 


vou: 

—3 bedrooms 
Deep shag throughout 
—Unique old brick fireplace 
—Bright convenient kitchen 
—Sundeck, patio and barbecue 
—Full basement, iust waiting for • 
development 

IMMEDIATE POSSESSION 
For Private Viewings Call 
592-9828 JACK COLWELL 3844126 


NEW EXCLUSIVE 
DRIVE BY 

2545 VICTOR STREET 
$23,500 

This beautiful 4-BR home Is nor 
neous inside and out. A master 
niece in renovations. THIS MUST 1 
BE SEEN. For further Information 
olease call 

JIM WEST 

3840126 or 382-1145 


INVEST IN JAMES BAY! 

$14,500 will buy vou an old 2 
**orev home In the heart of this 
rapidly developing district where 
land values are increasing every 
vear Could be renovated and rent¬ 
ed without difficulty. For full In- 
formation call 

384-8126 MR. GREENE 305-0795 


ISLAND HOMES ISLAND 

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2504 Douglas SI. O 

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386-7545 E 

ISLAND HOMES ISLAND 


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WRDOV4 BAY ! A 3- 

Beautiful horn# built 3 years. 3; in a 
pedrooms, wall-to-wall carpets in, lv si 
•erge living room and dining room, back 
Eamily sizt kitchen and dinette. $59.5 
family room. High basement. Ask-1 Call 

4M4722 M, ' 00 °' LL0YD ELLIS, 


COUKiT 
Just lis 


. TRY SETTING 
ust listed, cozy, immaculate, well 
Planned. Large 2 B.R. home with 
i,VY: room off the dining area. 
Delightful kitchen with mahogany 
cupboards. Bright, peaceful living 
room with fireplace. Well finished 
rumpus room in high basement. 
B*5?, B ! onal| V nice yard, carport. 
BWlMlcallv priced at $29,900.00 
JUST RON CROW 592-4989 lw ._ 
C/VLL PATRICK SN^W 592-3931 ( p£,|“ 

OAK BAY ^ 1 

hom e walking distance I 
jo UVlc. Large living, dining area, 1 
ous ki, chen overlooking beau -1 
! 2, Mrden. 3 bedrooms and 
^oce. bath, extra bedroom, bath, ( 
ini.! r ?° m ' launlry, and workshop 
» basement. A dandy in-law I 

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tract 
with 
bath; 
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Information please call: 


11 (wk"" wmanon pi 

I LLOYD ELLIS 6584222. 


| flower 

Imj'wo D ° UPLEX 


Plus 
wired 
mint 
Flrep 

li ?*L nfl of ,n absolutely | tfrem 
tlnn iE 5 6361 fJWax- in top condl- to si 

a .°"i ’bru-out. Sep. entrances, situ- 

d e*P corner lot. Main fir., j 0 v 
(L loi?" ,ir *place, 2 bedrms. 
kltrkf' w,,h ?nd fireplace) modern 
llv*” 8nd , dlnetfe. Upper suite, 
comnu? - ; k, fchen and 1 bedrm. 
»«te |v furnished. Full bsmt. 
g« r *L heat ' oil hot water, sep. 

■bus® 9 ?'f x $* ,| a n t garden, right on 
■*- s n cl °sa to parks. Vdr. consider 


386-13 


w oarxs. var. consioer 
IPhftn. i d . own - and carry balance. 

■ Phone Morns Lund. f J?500 

fii£ OR pOM. EXCELLENT CON , co.-o.f 
^airfield. To view, phone bedro* 

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ROUSES FOR SALE 


pc* bath, large kitchen with eating 
area, dining room and living room 
with floor to ceiling he* tile tor fire¬ 
place. Downstairs has play I 
finished bedroom, 2 pee bath, I 
ly family room with fireplace and 
utility area. 75x150 lot Is beautiful¬ 
ly landscaped. All this on a quiet 
street yet close to schools. Price 
recently reduced to 128,750. Call 
DOUG COLE 478-5581 or 47*8*4. 


iT- 


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JAH JAH 
JAH JAH 

J. A. HENDERSON 
REALTY LTD. 

WE BUY. SELL AND TRAD! 
385*741 ANYTIME 

OPEN HOUSE 
SATURDAY 1:30 - 4:30 P.M. 
188 SIMS (OFF THUCUM) 
2% - YEAR - OLD, UP - TO- 
DATE HOME. ASKING 
$24,900. 

JACK MOEN 

Bus. 385-9741 Res. 658-5448 

OPEN HOUSE 

SATURDAY 1:3Q-4:30 p.m. 

842 DAFFODIL 
STUCCO 2 BDRM FULL 
BASEMENT ON LARGE 
LEVEL LOT. PRICE ONLY 
too Qoo 

STAN TRONT 
Bus. 385-9741 Res. 477-2829 

HIGH QUADRA 
PANORAMIC VIEWS 

3210 BELLVUE 
Extra large family home featuring 
3 large bedrms, den, 23x14 living 
room, 12x9 din. room, large kitch¬ 
en with bright breakfast nook. Full 
b&mt with rumpus room end 2 nd 
fireplace. Lot size 75x239. This Is 
an extra well built home in a 
choice view location. Needs rede¬ 
corating but offered way below 
market value et $34,900. Immedi¬ 
ate possession. 

KEN HENDERSON 
Res. 382-6794 
BILL McGARTER 
Bus. 385-9741 Res. 592-3970 

NOW DOWN PAYMENT 
If you qualify for tha B.C. 2nd 
mtg. you could buy this newly 
decorated 3 bdrm home, new 
plumbing, wiring, and furnace, im¬ 
maculate condition. Full price 
$20,500. 

W. ROGERS 
Bus. 385-9741 Res. 652-1891 


ARBUTUS SEA VIEW 
An unobstructed sea view Is yours 
from this spacious 1600 sq. ft. 3 
bdrm home. 2 bathrooms, fully de¬ 
veloped bsmt. Complete seclusion 
on M acre lot. Offered at $47,900. 

H. TOMLIN 
Bus. 385-9741 Res. 477-1327 


| NEW BEAUTIFUL HOMES 
"ONLY TWO LEFT' 
OPEN TO VIEW 
SAT., 14:30 
$25,887 

3 bedroom, split level 
Shag Throughout 
Large Treed 
$23,481 

3 bedroom, 2 fireplaces 
throughout, full basement. 


N 


TRUST CO. LTD. 


2 LOCATIONS TO 
SERVE YOU 


OPEN HOUSE 
871 DARWIN AVE. 

SAT. 1:30-5:30 P.M. 

Lovely w«ll-k«pt home, 3 M. 
rooms, large kitchen and eating 
area, full basament. Asking onlv 
$23,400. Make an offer! Y 

386-2961 I. G. LIDSTONH 477-6450 


HILLSIDE 

SHOPPING CENTRE 


UVE IN 
WITH INCOME 
7 bachelor and 1 only 2-bedroom 
owner suite - 6 furnished com- 
plete, 2 with stove and fridge 
! nc ° me ,720 °- Expenses 
$2800. Asking only $40,000. High 
Quadra area. 

386-2961 I. G. LIDSTONH 477-6450 


DOWNTOWN 
1280 DOUGLAS 


ENJOY THE SERENITY 
of a quiet peeceful neighborhood In 
this architecturally designed home 
located on a CUL DE SAC off 
upper ST. CHARLES ST. 

-Ultra modern kitchen with built- 
in RANGE, OVEN, GARBURA- 
TOR and DISHWASHER, plus 
family dining area. 

-Separate Dining Room (12x10) 

,£•*{* on# bedrooms 
(Master 18x15 en suite) 

—Three bathrooms 
“ 1 -, lv 4 | ng room with floor-to-ceiltng 
► slate fireplace. 

—Den 10x16 

—Family room 17x15 

—Over 1700 sq. ft. of luxurious llv- 

—Beautifully landscaped, DOUBLE 
lot 

—This Is a clear title home end 
realistically orlced at 
I $40,000 with excellent farms. 

mike russell 

OFF : 388-5451 (24 hrs.) 
RES.; 479-5850 

INVESTORS 
SYNDICATE 
REALTY LIMITED 
620 8roughton St. 304-7721 

Across from Eaton's Carpark 

OPEN HOUSE 
ERL 1:30 -4 p.m. 

1134-56 KINGS RD. 

ISSKf&.B 1 !* I" IMS UP and 

MRS. WALLACE In attendance 
386-7721 anytime 

BURNSIDE-TILLICUM 

$18,000 

bedroom home with full 
basement Located close to school 
tloi S* f y rther Informa- 

!!*m% Plaa tf " Evan Wil¬ 

liams 386-7721 anytime. 

4605 AMBLEWOOD DR 
I 800 N°-St«> Executive 

J?™' 2 Ueffirms. Living 

room with large F.P. seo Dr 

An ea ?j»rE?t2T n «i larfla ! 8mily r ™- 
All carpeted floors, fmiy land- 

S i < L 8ped » a .[’. d ,enc ®d- A must see In¬ 
side. Asking $47,000. For further 
Information call Leo Plgert or 
Evan Williams, 386-7721 anytime. 

BY OWNER BRIGHTLY REMO- 
delled 2-bedroom home with creek 
ii % *i cre j $28 ' 000 - 3*04 Happy 
Valley Road. 478-8164. 


Shag 

For privar# viewing __ 

384-8126 JACK COLWELL 592-9828 

METICULOUS 
HOME and GARDEN 
Situated In VICTORIA WEST. Lot 
with frontage on two streets. DE¬ 
LIGHTFUL GARDEN - lust like 
a little perk. Older type — one 
owner home — carefully main¬ 
tained over the years. Four rooms 
on mein floor — open stairway to 
3 bdrs. plus sewing room end 
3-pce. bath up. Good basement. 
Extra plumbing. Furnace and wir¬ 
ing renewed 5 years ago. Taxes 
only $264. Gross. 

$22,000 

384-8126 MRS. McLEAN 384-6867 

COLWOOD 
3 BR. HOME 
$31,250 

This excellent home ie situated on 
a quiet cul-de-sac In one of the 
finest areas of Colwood. An 80x140 
fully landscaped lot, full basement, 
•nsutte plumbing, plus, plus, plus. 
Call: 

LARRY M. BROOKS 
384-8126 or 470-2918 

UP & DOWN DUPLEX 
NEAR 

VICTORIA GENERAL 
$23,900 

This .excellent older duplex Is situ¬ 


ated In a prime rental area. 
Grossing over $250 per month. 
THIS MUST BE SEEN. For fur¬ 
ther Information please call: 

LARRY M. BROOKS 
384-8126 


SWAN LAKE 
$20,500 

Off street perking for cars, boat 
and trailer. On the main floor, liv¬ 
ing room with fireplace, bedroom 
end bathroom, convenient kitchen 
Plus large -family room with slid¬ 
ing glass doors to sundeck. 2 
sleeping rooms upstairs. Orlve-ln 
garaga plus rec. room In base 
ment. 

JOE MANTON 
388-4271 382-5211 


$24,700 

3 OR 4 BEDROOMS 
This full .basement home In the 
Langford Area Is close to schools. 
Thru Hall floor plan. Carpeting In 
most rooms. 

SHIRLEY WILDE 
388-4271 478-2459 


HAULTAIN RETIREMENT 
DRIVE B Y— 2565 FORBES 

A NEAT, TIDY HOME FOR RET¬ 
IREMENT OR STARTING OUT. 
TWO BEDROOMS, LIVING ROOM 
WITH WALL-TO-WALL AND 
KITCHEN. COMPLETELY RE¬ 
DECORATED AND IMMEDIATE 
OCCUPANCY. CLOSE TO BUS 
AND SCHOOLS. ASKING $21,900. 
PRESENT ALL OFFERS. 

TED RADWAY 
388-4271 477-6176 


GORGE ADMIRALS ROAD 
A TRULY IMAAACULATE HOME 
TO SHOW. THREE BEDROOMS 
SEPARATE DINING ROOM, 
UTILITY ROOM OFF KITCHEN 
AND WALL-TO-WALL THROUGH¬ 
OUT, FULL CONCRETE BASE¬ 
MENT WITH TWO-PIECE 
PLUMBING. LOVELY GROUNDS, 
CLOSE TO ELEMENTARY 
SCHOOL, BUS AND GORGE 
WALKWAY. PRICED TO SELL, 
$25,900. 

TED RADWAY 
388-4271 477-6176 


LOOKING FOR A REAL BAR- 
GAN? 

$24,500. A home with a style of 
its own. Large lot, fruit trees, 
cedar shingle roof, stucco, 
large living room with granite 
fireplace, dining room, two bed¬ 
rooms with wall to wall car- paddocks, _ ... 

n «- Entrance and through shop, atc.vs4to acres with 

'•II, Ml basement with drive- 3-bedroom house. This is q 
in garage. Two blocks from 
maior shopping plaza. One 
mile to downtown. Ideal 
starter home or retirement. 

Immediate possession. To view 
call RUTH BENNETT before 
you miss this one. 598-3321 


NEW HOMES 
OPEN FOR YOUR INSPECT 
TION 

THURS. & FRI. 1:30-8 P.M. 

SAT. 1:30-4 P.M. 

Jf *ou_are Interested In food value 

RIGHT SIDE OF 2800 SOOKE RD. 
All are three-bedroom, bath and a 
half, living and dining rooms, full 
basements, paved driveways, sun- 
decks and carports. Priced $25,600 
to $27,200. Your down payment 
may be suitable or trade your 
present home. Call STAN JAMES, 
592-3740 or WAYNE SCOTT, 
479-6017, MAYFAIR REAI — 
386-2955. _ 

OPEN HOUSE 
SAT. 1:30 to 4:30 
6612 BRYN RD. 
(Central Saanich) 
HORSE LOVERS” 

V* mile training track, 6 stall barn 
Iding ring, machine 
“H older 

. ... .. quite a 

property and well worth seeing. 
Asking $38,000 with terms. R. 
FROST, 386-29J5 or res. 383-4047. 


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ALTY, 


OPEN HOUSE 

1025-1027 COLVILLE 
THURS., FRI., SAT., !:3C 
Brand new SxS dupi 
bdrms. each, V/j baths, large 
LR, DR or family with glass 
doors to patios. Parking from 
back lane. Completely fli * 
and very nice. $38,500. 

IRENE VAN, 

DERIS 386-2911 


OPEN HOUSE 
1689 ALDERWOOD 
(off McKenzie *on Cedar- 
wood) 

1:30-4:30 SAT. 


AINA 


NEW HOME 
-5 MINUTES 
FROM DOWNTOWN 
Under construction and still time 
to choose carpets, fixtures, etc. 
Three bedrooms, full basement, 
IV* batns, partly landscaped lot 
with shade tree and some shrub¬ 
bery. Priced at $32,900. Cell now. 
GEORGE WALL, 386-2955 or res. 
478-5681. 

C. SAANICH 

MUST SELL, l-yr.-old roomy 
3-bedrOom home. W-W shag car- 
pellng. Ige. living room with floor- 
to-celling old brick fireplace. Din¬ 
ing room wilh doors to patio over 
carport. Large kitchen with dining 
area — lVfc baths. Full high base¬ 
ment roughed-ln fof* further devel¬ 
opment. Terrific value at $31,500 
full price. Please call LOU 
BLOOMFIELD, 386-2955 or res. 
478-6475, for details. 


CAD BORO BAY 
EXCITING VIEWS 
$52,500 

4 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms are 
only a couple of the many features 
that make this 4-year-old, 2-storey 
home one of todays best buys. 
—View living room 22.6x7 with 
attractive fireplace. 

-Formal 13.6x11.6 dining room 
with bay windows and built-in 
buffet.—Sanwood cabinet kitchen 
includes dishwasher plus family 
dining area. 

,—2 carports plus paved parking 
area, secluded fenced rear gar¬ 
den, treed and fenced, and a 
parkland sandy beach are lust a 
few feet away. Quiet street, low 
interest mortgage and much 
more. Please call: 

C. A. CLIFF ANDERSON 
$84-8126 or 477-3994 

526 ADMIRALS ROAD 
$19,500 

Newly redecorated, this home pro¬ 
vides good family accommodation, 
with the added feature of a 7,400 
sq. ft. lot strategically located in a 
commercially zoned area. To view 
at anytime please call 
592-9828 JACK COLWELL 314-8126 

DRIVE BY 
828 DEVONSHIRE 
(Please don't disturb the vendor) 
—Commercial Zone 
-Lot 41.25x249' 

—Two bedrooms 

—Living room with fireplace 
—Full basement, oil H.W. heated 
—Assorted fruit trees 
—On sewer 

Full asking price $17,000 
Shown by appointment only 
$84-8126 W. WOODLEY 384-3916 


OVER THE TREETOPS 
$69,900 

The finest view property available. 
v . lcw ,rom ® var V window. 2 sun- 
478-2918 I decks, .2600 sq. ft. of spacious liv¬ 
ing. W-W carpeted, 3 bathrms., 4 
plus bedrms. Come view this valu¬ 
able property with me. ML 1533. 
380-4271 L. Ziegler 592-1768 


UPLANDS 

Approx Vfe acre. 2-bedrm. full- 
basement home. Large living rm„ 
seo. dining rm., den, wall-to-wall 
carpet - $51,500. 

388-4271 L. Ziegler 592-1768 


CAMOSUN AND JOHNSON 
LOW DOWN PAYMENT 
Over 1400 sq. ft. in this up-dated 
2-bedroom, part-basement home. 
Nifty kitchen with breakfast bar, 
sewing room, dining room with 
built-in cabinet. Easy care lot. Off- 
J’reeto parking, close to everything. 

RUTH LUKAITfS 
388-4271 or 477-5306 
SHIRLEY WILDE 
388-4271 or 478-2459 


IN-LAW SUITE — FAIRFIELD 
$27,500. Fully modern, 2-bed 
room house and additional bed 
down with 4-yeer-oid 
suite at rear, under which 
there is a lovely, large rec. 
room. Nice garden area with 
fruit trees. Parking space for 2 
cars. Convenient location. 

Close to water. Please cell C. 

E. BROCK 598-3321. 

IMMEDIATE POSSESSION 
2243 ARBUTUS ROAD 

$39,900. Since owners are mov¬ 
ing this week, this 4-bedroom, 
family home is available Im¬ 
mediately. Spacious accommo¬ 
dation here for the growing 
family Including 4 spacious 
bedrooms, 2'/a baths, sepa¬ 
rate dining room and 
family room adiacent to the 
kitchen. Double garage, shake 
roof and marble entry. All 
levels of schools are close by 
including University and Rac¬ 
quet Club. Do let me show you 
inside. JO ANN HOPPE 
59f»3321. 

NEW EXCLUSIVE - $17,900 

DISCOVER ECONOMY plus 
VALUE when YOU Inspect this 
delightful two-bedroom, no 
step, modem home. Enhanced 
by a rustic shake roof and pic¬ 
turesque setting. The spacious, 
modern kitchen features a 
walk-out to secluded patio 
from tha large dining area. 

Please call GORD. G. COWAN 
598-3321. 

Vi ACRE WOODLAND 

Now building, 3-bedroom en- 
suite, large kitchen, breakfast 
room, double carport, cedar 
shakes. Choose your own floor 
coverings, kitchen' and 
bathroom decor. Seclusion. 15 
minutes from downtown for 
$36,900. DIBDIN RIVIERE 
598-3321 or 598-4463. 

YOUR FAMILY AND THE FU-, 

ture I LSQUIMALT 

At $25,900 YOU must view this j Large family bungalow, 3 or 4 
spectacular home designed for ! bedrooms (on main floor) plus rec. 
easy living from the 22x20 rec- 1 room in basement. 12 years old. 
reation room through the five Lot 60x140. Near Kinsmens Park, 
bedrooms to the large family Offers invited fo $28,900. Call 
kitchen adjacent to dining JOHN RUSSELL, 386-2955 or res. 
area, and spacious living room 592-3248 
which opens onto the giant size 


OPEN HOUSE 

THURS., FRI.. SAT., 1:30-4:30 
3126 ALDER ^T. 

2-bdrm., full bemt. home. 
Hardwood floors, corner FP, 
updated wiring, copper plumb., 
3 years OOM furnace, hot 
water and roof. $18,900. Right 
benlnd Woodward's. 

IRENE VAN. AINA 
DERIS 386-2911. 

OPEN HOUSE 

2380 MOUNT ST. MICHAEL 
SAT.. 1:30 TO 4:00 P.M. 

Like new. Lovely home on no- 
thru street. 3 or 4 bdrms. 2 
full baths, high basmt. Pleas¬ 
ant views, dellghtfull landscap¬ 
ing. VLA lot .$31,900. 

DONNA PRETULA 
386-2911 - 384-2057 


carpeted entrance hall, 
•oom, two piece bath, 
>, utility and carport on 


University 
amenities, 

TSjirSi 0 '. 

family room, 
workshop, util 

2- L«J»' Uivlrio room with whin 
raised hearth fireplace, dining 
room, modern kitchen with 
breakfast area leading to eurv- 
deck on 2nd level. 

3— Three bedrooms, 4 piece 
bathroom ensuite to master 
bedroom on 3rd level. 

All this on a nicely landscaped 
lot at end of quiet cul-de-sac. At 
$34,700, This new exclusive Is a 
musf see in Its price range. 
479-1667 ART LAWRENCE 479-23)7 


GORDON HEAD 
NEW SPLIT LEVEL 
1231 sq. ft. of carpeted living area 
in this three-bedroom, IVa-bath 
home on cul-de-sac. Large family 
kitchen, separate dining room with 
sliding glass doors leading to sun- 
deck. Still choice of carpet colors, 
light fixtures, etc. Call now to 
GEORGE WALL, 386-2955 or res. 
478-5681. 

FOR THE HANDICAPPED 
NO BASEMENT 
4 BEDROOMS 
ASKING $29,500 

Excellent area for the growing 
family. 2 complete bathrooms. Liv- 
Ing room with fireplace, extra 
large separate dining room. Alt 
bedrooms are a good size. For ap¬ 
pointment fo view please call 
ROMA NICOLL, 386-2955. Oh yes, 
good 6%% existing mortgage. 
MLS. 


OPEN HOUSE 
729 DAFFODIL 
SAT. 2-4 P.M. 

Historic "Garden City." A sub¬ 
division overlooking Colqultz 
Valley. 2 bedrooms and one 
more developed In the - "day¬ 
light" basement. Good buying! 
You better come and see for 
yourself. Price only $23,500. 
ELSIE O'BRIEN 
386-1491, Res. 592-0509 

OPEN HOUSE 
3042 DONALD 
SAT. 1:30-4:00 

Convenient Gorge location of 
this large 4-bedrm. home 
makes this the "family buy" 
of this Fall. Good schools, 
stores and transportation 
solves lots of day-to-day prob¬ 
lems of family living. Come by 
on Saturday. Bring the chil¬ 
dren I They have to be happy 
too. Priced only $25,900 on 
easy terms. Call: 

§L$IE O'BRIEN 592-0509, 

$18,200 

TRY YOUR OFFER 
OAKLANDS 

Good sized 3-bedroom house 
located close to all amenities. 
Large 200' deep yard. Double 
carport, could possibly be han¬ 
dled with low down payment. 
CAROLYNNE PERRY 
386-2911 or 479-7041 


RARE OPPORTUNITY 
to purchase 2.91 ACRES of LOVE¬ 
LY BRAEFOOT country SECLU¬ 
SION with a very COZY 2 BR - 
l'/t bath home In excellent condi¬ 
tion AND VACANT AT $41,500. 

Lillian Hendy 479-1667 
386-1234 Brian Brown 479-1667 

NORTH SAANICH 
ONLY $23,900. 

NEARLY ONE ACRE plus 3 BR 
home In very good contitlon — iust 
Ihe area you wanted for children 
end pets. 

Lillian Hendy 479-1667 - 

_ 386-1234 Brian Brown 479-1667 


BROADMEAD 
OPEN HOUSE 
SAT. 1:30 to 4:30 
4655 LOCHWOOD CRESC. 

(Off Amble wood) 

See value and quality In a five 
bedroom, l'/» storey, tudor style 
to" 1 * «i • large wooded property. 

Other features are step down liv- 
ng room, separate dining room, i nrT1 . rilrilT . n 
large breakfast area adjoining the RfTjREMENT QR STARTER 
kitchen. Three bathrooms. Recrea¬ 
tion room. Only one year old this 
home Is listed below replacement 
cost at 

$39,500. 

ERIC GRA 


*M HOUSES FOB SALE 


CANADA PERMANENT T 
TRUST U 

CANADA PERMANENT 7 

"WE TRADE HOMES" 
RESIDENTIAL APPRAISALS 

OPEN 1:30 A.M. to 1:00 PM. 

SAT. 9:00 A..M. to 4:30 P.M. 

OPEN HOUSE 
3508 PLYMOUTH 
THURS. 7* P.M. 

Owner says sell, this week. 
Bring us your offer, we will con¬ 
sider It most seriously on this 
contemporary home. 4 bdrm. i 
den, family rm, kitchen and 
nook, LR with fireplace, dining 
room, lower rec room with fire , 
place, double garage and 2Vi j 
baths. Price already has* been 
reduced to $52,500 and w* will 
look etjtour earnest offer. VIC 
ITH Jft SBiil— 


2S0 HOUSES FOB SALE 


M. SMITH 304-13,1 or 303,593. 


MRS. J. CROSS 
HAM 3U-952I. 

OPEN SAT. 

1:30 to 4:30 P.M. 

947 CAROLWOOD DR. 

•Y,.ln this befter than new home 
situated on a superbly treed lot In 
Broedmead. Specious entrance 
hall, attractive livlna room with 
unique marble, raised hearth Pre- 
p ace, lush carpetlno over oak in 
^ ir »0 room end <Hnlnp room. The 
discriminating will notice the cus- 
fom-dulit cabinet kitchen complete 
with dishwasher, wall oven and 
counter top stove. Adjoining the 
kitchen Is e werm frlendlv. family 
room with e gey-acorn flreplece. 
ere three-four 


deck for summer comfort. 
Stroll lelsuely on the lower 
wrap-around deck and view 
the UNvitiated grounds, Call 
GORD. G. COWAN at 598*321. 

INTERESTED IN SOUTH OAK 
BAY I! 

$25,900. 3 bedrooms, large size, 
extra large dining room, mod¬ 
ern kitchen plus a lovely living 
room with fireplace. Good fur¬ 
nace In basement. Located on 
an easy care lof. For viewing 
phone HAROLD WHILE Y 
598-3321. 

JAMES BAY 

$28,000. SxS duplex. Immacu¬ 
late condition. Close to trans¬ 
portation and town. Each con¬ 
sists of living room, fireplace, 
oak floors, one bedroom, mod¬ 
ern kitchen, electric heat. No 
steps. Exclusive with MRS. O. 
PURDY 598-3321 for appoint¬ 
ment to view. 


"VISTA HEIGHTS" 

A very roomy 2-bedroom home, 21 
years old. Separate dining room 
and 21x14 ft. living room. Full 
basement with a 2 


Asking 

$22,900 good 

terms. 

FROST 

386-2955 or res. 383-4047. 

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F. Hanley Agencies Ltd. 
3293 Douglas St. 
Douglas St. Office 
385-7761 
(24 hrs.) 


RETIREMENT 
WITHOUT A CARE 

A warm and inviting 2-bedroom EAS X|^°I1 E 2’J, 
home for retired couple or loner. 

Immaculate, cosy and well ap¬ 
pointed apartment on 3rd floor of 
well constructed condominium 
building. Quiet free-lined corner 
convenient to hospital, town, shop¬ 
ping and park. Very economical fo 


maintain; appliances, w-w, drapes 
mcl. Well trained pef welcome. 
Good wrap-around balcony and ex- 
cjl'ent sound proofing. Asking 
$22,900. To view and make an offer 
call: 

ELEANOR SANDERSON 
388-4271 384-9610 


GORGE AREA 
NICE AND NEW 
$27,900 


STARTER OR RETIREMENT 
$17,500. CLOSE TO 
JUBILEE HOSPITAL 

jus. comp.«.«.. this hom, oH.rs ; ^VrlTtadTSL'C. &X'. 

bedrm down. Also a cozy living 
room and large dining room. Call 
for further details. MLS No. 1645. 
388-4271 RICK K INN IS 477-9394 


vou: 

—3 bedrooms 
Deep shag throughout 
—Unique old brick fireplace 
—Bright convenient kitchen 
—Sundeck, patio and barbecue | T __ . , . 

—Full basement, iust waiting for *>. WlTittome and Co. Ltd 
development 

IMMEDIATE POSSESSION 
For Private Viewings Call 
592*9028 JACK COLWELL 384-8126 


NEW. GRACIOUS 
CHARACTER HOME 
386-2291 948 ST. CHARLES ST. 
$53,900 - 4 BR's 


Take advantage of Gov't, new, Beautiful NEW TUDOR, 

Easy Money financing for STOREY HOME. 4 large bedrooms 
new homes. I have two new, UP( master ensuite with shower. 

y » i?m*$ 00 /2 acre lots | 4-pce. main bath, 2-pce. main floor 
Wl - . tall trees, peace and and 2-pce. roughed in bsmt. Large 
quiet. 3 bedrooms with ensuite, l.R. and D.R. ■ with leaded glass 
large living room with Impres- BAY windows. Family room with 
sive fireplace, lovely fixtures, | F.P. off easy-step kitchen, 
sundeck, carport, plus much Roughed-in fireplace In rec. room, 
more. Make vour offer today! (Large sundeck over double carport 
? nly $28,900. with at rear. Den off living room. Wall- 
^ 0 2°r.^ d0 o Wn ^ Vn X e Jli.. £ 8ll i ’o-wall ,hru out. 80x194'. Cour- 
B ' MacDONALD at; fesy to fellow realtors. Lock box 
386-2291. on door. Full price $53,900. Call 

- J BYRON JEEVES, 385-7761. 

N P 
O R 
R I 

Y & C 
B E 

ASSOCIATES LTD. 


YOU PROMISED 
I HER A LOT . . . 


Now buy her a house. We have 
iusf the one. Older but very im¬ 
maculate 3-bedrm. home. Wall-to- 
wall over oak. Large bright kitch- 
en with eating area. Close to all 
l.»14 Quadra St. .»8 d-24j8 amenities. Extra large lot wilh 
- I several fruit trees. For only 

GORDON HEAD $23,900. Call GRETA HOF- 

IIUKLJUIN I1I.AU MEISTER, 385-7761, Res. 382-2096. 


LEGAL SUITE 

$26,500 and approx. 1500 square 
”•, on main floor near Saxe 
Point. 3-bedroom, living and 
dining rooms combined, large 
kitchen and very large family 
room, drive-in garage. Base¬ 
ment suite consists of living 
room with fireplace, large bed¬ 
room, kitchen, bathroom, sepa¬ 
rate driveway and parking. 
HAROLD BARBER 
479-6479 Of 336-2911 

C.M.H.e. 

Now has made It possible for 
any family with a low down 
payment and good credit to 
buy the home they desire at 
reasonable payments. I have 
t h ese homes available from 
$500 down and up. For more 
details please call 
HAROLD BARBER 479-6479 or 
386-2911 

SAANICH W. $33,900. 

1600 sq. ft., 3 baths, 4 bed¬ 
rooms, 8 yrs. old. Living room 
with FP, dining room, rec. 
room, carport, 2 sundecks, cir¬ 
cular driveway. Sounds too 
good to be true at asking 
price. See for yourself. MLS. 
HAROLD BARBER 
479-6479 or 386-3911 

CITY CONVENIENCE 

A country view, in an area of 
quality homes. 2 bdrms., L- 
shaped Ivg. and dng. '■ms. 
Bright, wide stairway to 
finished bsmt. — rec. rm. with 
bar, playroom, office, 2-pce. 
bath, 3 closed storage rms. 
Stove, fridge and drapes In¬ 
cluded. Asking $28,900. 

MILT AGATE, 386-2911 ANY¬ 
TIME. 

$23,500 

Marigold area — on a no- 
through. street. Deep lot back¬ 
ing on. parkland. Fireplace In 
the cosy carpeted L.R. Large 
bright kitchen opens to sun 
rm. and sundeck. 2 bdrms. 
plus 1 in the full ground level 
basement. 

ADELINE NICHOL, 386-2911. 

VIEWS! VIEWS! 

This lovely new home has 3 
bdrms, 2 baths, full bsmt with 
F.P. and room for dev. Spa¬ 
cious L.R., D.R. with F.P. 2 
sundecks and a 360 view. Lo¬ 
cated on a quiet cul-de-sac, yet 
close to transp., shops and, 
schools. In an area of new J 


ORIGINAL 

In every aspect — from exterior 
throughout the entire 1700 sq. ft. — 
3 bedrm on main to developed 
lower level with lovely family 
room — 4th bdrm — sauna and 
3rd bath — Quality carpeting 
throughout — built-in vac system 
— intercom — beautiful treed tot 
In Gordon Head. Asking $59,500. 

Lillian Hendy 479-1667 

IMMEDIATE POSSESSION 
FOR YOUR RETIREMENT 
ESTATE sale, beautifully kept, 2 
bdrm home Includes living room 
and kitchen, foil high basement 
Large lot where you can grow 
your garden vegetables. In Mari¬ 
gold area. Asking $22,900. Call: 
479-1667 TED CHARTRES 385-5508 


WHITE SUGARSTONE 
NEW. 10 MIN. OUT 
Phone me to view this crisp new 
3-bedroom home this weekend! No 
drlve-bvsl Living room large, 
sparkling white fireplace, spark¬ 
ling ceilings, dining room, -large 
kitchen, room for dishwasher tool 
Master bedroom has bath ensuite. 
Just minutes out of town — quiet 
atmosphere. Close to schools and 
shops. Price $31,500 — I will 
present all offers! 

EVELYN PERSICKE 
479-1667 383-3929 


QUITE NEW DUPLEX 
CLOSE-IN NEAR SEA 
Good revenue In this up and down 
10 yr. old duplex. Three bedrooms 
In each unit — nice sized living 
room, kitchen. Let one unit make 
vour payments. Close to shopping 
— walk to town I Low taxes on 
asking price $27,000. 

479-1667 E. PERSICKE 383-3929 

RETIREMENT 
Here Is a home consisting of 2 BR, 
living rm with FP, large kitchen, 
full basement has 3rd BR with FP 
or rec rm. Ideal for retireds that 
need bus transportation. Asking 
$20,900. 

479-1667 DON ROURKE 479-6730 


or'erof l " ClUd *‘ m * re **l*Hi 

$52,800 

IVWS. MARILYN SECOND 
XHW 592-2134 

COUNTRY SETTING 
TWO EXTRA LOTS 
PICTURESQUE AND CON¬ 
VENIENT 
A very bMutiful Kltlnq with vM. 
lev views end seclusion, end vet 
only 10 minutes from town. The 
house hes four bedfooms, L.R., 
DR. end kitchen, end loeds ot ep- 
oeai, end the two extra sewered 
tots make It an ettraettve holding 
or subdividing proposition. Tho 
will carry the mortgage 
and the price is only $38,500 00 
IAN BOORMAN 386-7521 anytime 

t?l y °* na f anxious to sell family 
3 bdrms., dining room, 
e,c - Presently rented at $210. per 
month. Corner of Pandora at Ca- 

KViSuoo 0 5C ’ M0 ' ,; • xce " ,n ' 

£m°! n, J5 * Ws . p ^P® r, Y on Camo- 
km? L5 S3 * home ' spacious 

SRa^JSWir . 1 oppor,u - 

CENTRAL°LOCATION 

Quiet street. 3-bedroom home, ba- 
■?i m ?!n , ., a n t { t0fTia ^ lc heat - close to 
ail amenities. Easy terms could 
be arranged. Asking price $17,200. 
nn it°' Z ACHARY 
Off. 386-7521 Re S . 592-2265 

* CEDAR HILL 
FULL BSMT. - $23,900 
Could be 3 bdrms or 2 and a den 
Lovely large Hiving room with flre- 
l dI , n| P fl room - large 
kl chen. A lot of house for this 
price. To view call: 

SM-rcm UDREY BROTHERS 
384 ‘ 7S21 305-4645 

ESQUIMALT 
$21 900 

t'hr , ™, a y h„„."? rac " ve il remodelled 
hwS£ 0 “. t b '!,“ Prnlesslonal, Com¬ 
binationfamlty room and dining 
dSS? 1 H! ,he * cl i cfien with sliding 
'bndeck. Three bed- 

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rsMs.T.r'’ A 

386-7521 ERIC GRAHAM 656-4489 
COUNTRY SECLUSION 
$39,900 

Lovety 3 bdrm. home situated on 
r&JEK*. V w °od a <l wonderland. 
£» 7^2 t *T? r i iv S ?y ye L t 15 convenient 
to town. This home boasts a 'ovely 
living room with fireplace - 
separate dining room, good kitch¬ 
en, and a full bsmt. with a utility 
room, workshop and hide-away 
s *Y^ al outbuildings for 
horses, chickens or you name If. 

For Real Privacy and value this 
can t be beat! 

385-4645 AU D8EY CROTHERS 
till Government St. 


$18,500 
FOUL BAY ROAD 
Cut* and cosy 2 bedrooms, no 
step bungalow. Large living 
room with fireplace, eating area 
in large kitchen. Priced right for 
a quick sale. Call now F. 
BEAVER - JONES, 382-5981 or 
386-1361. 

HIGH GORGE 
$22,900 

STARTER OR RETIREMENT 
2-bedroom, living room with full 
dining room and eating area In 


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384-9]]S . 

A. BERNARD AND CO. LTD. 
*55 Fort St. 

OPEN HOUSE 
1856 LULIE ST. 
SAT.-SEPT. 16th 
1:00 p.m. to 4:00 P.M. 
ESTATE SALE: 

On d quiet street close fo bus 
line, schools and shops, 3 blocks 
from Willows Beach. 

Living room with fireplace. 
Large separate dining room. 
Family size kitchen. Through 
hall to two good sized bedrooms. 
Ful! high cemont basement ideal 
for future development. Very at¬ 
tractive exterior. Priced a I 
$29,500 — 

For prior viewing call 
Ron McConnen 384-9335 

. COUNTRY LIVING 
CLOSE TO TOWN 


kitchen. Full basement, drlve-in "QUALIFIES FOR VLA" lovely, 
garage. Call F. BEAVER modern home on 1 acre of pas- 
JONES, 382-5981 or 386-1361. tureland. The large ornamental 
i trees give you all the privacy that 
EXECUTIVE OR PROFESSIONAL .Vg« "•$*» *<*■ Tha sundeck 

A RARE ONE OWNER PROPER- . 0 ^ the Mtchen feces south, >deal 
TY !for year-round barbequlng. Lovely 

Executive home with complete uifra-modern 

privacy vet close to all facilities, rismt 'pfm rIm b «nt h S 

Approximately 1800 sq. ft. on | Fu ' f 

main plus development In extra i Th k P hnn.. rnn Mi?^r. 

high basement. 3 fireplaces, and ho ™ ** ca ' ant £ 0nd l i*' 9n 

_ outside barbeque fireplace, 3 1 feJJ* J nv ou i;. r a 

i-. — --- bedrooms, baths, professionally landscaped JTW* extras go with this 

•f**R8e. Many more This is true quality in a prime hom€ - Askinfl ..^. P(in 

—.www •- - af#a amJ , s at the ir 

replaceable price of $65,000. Ron McConnan 384-9335; 383-8526 & 
GRAY LAITE 656-52*7 or__ __ 

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SUNNY WESTERN EXPOSURE V 

$41,500 

CORDOVA BAY BEAUTY V 

Delight! 1 1 3-year-old home on a y 

high property with unbelievable 
privacy from the large view sun- V 


VICTORIA REALTY 
LTD. 

386-3585 


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OPEN HOUSE 


master bedroom with en suite, 
fully developed basement. Good 
mortgage on now. Genuine 

buyers don't be disappointed, TUI[DC , rDT „. n .. 
this should sell quickly. GRAY !— THURS., FRI. i-9 P.M. 
LAITE, 656-5267 or 306-1361. -23% AMELIA, SIDNEY 

E5QUIMALT j $22,200 

(23,900 Immaculate older, two-bedroom 

Great family home near the home with a full bassment — on a 
dockyard. Completely renewed park-llke lot close to ses. For 
older home in immaculate con- Prior viewing cud Neva Pennie, 
dltlon. Don'l miss this! M.L. Victoria Realty. 386-3585. 

JACK OR MAUDE DOBSON 

*58-5676 or 386-1361. SPECIAL 

COLWOOD LAKE PROPERTIES 1 
Immaculate 3 bdrm. home in ”*^1/ 4 0 to wn 8 for d $19 Ion* 

J5SS--A»*S»!«2rH: I .M 

easy terms too! Jack Kennish, 
386-3585. Res. 47V-3061 


many extras. Area of other ex¬ 
cellent homes in this exclusive 
district. First time on market 
$33,500. ROY S. SMITH 383-60/0 
or 386-1361. 


MODERN FIVE ROOMS 
NHA BUILT 
FULL BASEMENT 
EXCELLENT CITY 
AREA 


HAPPY VALLEY - 2 HOMES 

HORSES - 2 ACRES 
Owner leaving Victoria end ask¬ 
ing only $43,900 with good terms. 

Payments are otf-set by 200 per 
month rental from 4 bedroom, close to the Jubilee Hospital and 
full bsmnl. homo. Or »-:drrr, q|| conveniences .Plsasunt garden 
bsmt. home could rent at $150. A | 0 j Zoned apartments with land 
set up that cm nor he iv - rn , nd w m ap . 

One home Is VLA built only 12 predate. See this and buy a home 
years age. More details c Pm- >v rld di , mer,: for the fu- 
386*1^61 478-3432 or ture. Owner transferred. Good 

NEEDED 

Large family with low down- 
payment, for this older home In 
nice city location. 3 bedrooms, 
living room with firept-rce, fami¬ 
ly size kitchen with eating area, 
plus a large family room. Pert 
basement, oil-f.;ed i. iter 
heating, up to date wiring, stove 
and fridge. Ail f*r Sl6.:c0 EMiL 
IZIK 386-0301 or 386-1361. 


GEORGIAN CHARM 

In the heart of Uplands. 


HOW ABOUT THAT'* 

-$24,or 


A beautiful home of distinction 
Ccsigiicd for family living. Ground 

3 l^^aS^fvis^l'me fe-c's >l«: wSie^Voorn °o.^Living" Rwm 
what you tan .been .jookl-ig fv. rESST “RBiII? 

■T in with fireplace and Kitchen 
with large range of fitted cup¬ 
boards. Upper floor comprises 4 
bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. 


<nd 


Locsted nej 

elementary school and Toun 
Country. Large ;.-de k 
view of Sooke Hills. Hobby r 

camper, boat, etc. GRAY LA TE f" 3 Y* r P^^ room ensuite. Superbly 
*56-5567 C r SID U -U. 'Escaped grounds arranged for 

or 386-1361. 


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BLANSHARD b 


385-8771 ANYTIME 


NEW EXCLUSIVE 
DRIVE BY 

2545 VICTOR STREET 
$23,500 

This beautiful 4-BR home Is oor- 
o^ous Inside and out. A master 
piece in renovations. THIS MUST 1 
BE SEEN. For further information 
please call 

JIM WEST 

384-8126 or 382-1145 

INVEST IN JAMES BAY! 

'-500 will buy 

•rev home In th_ __ ___ 

rapidly developing district where ' 


A. E. LcPAGE 
BOULTBEE 
SWEET 
LTD. 
Realtor 




Hillside Shopping Centre 
386-1341 


VLA SPECIAL!! 
‘a ACRE 

15 FRUIT TREES 


NEW N.H.A. HOMES 
3 or 4 BEDROOMS 

FROM $1000 to $7000 DOWN sOMFTHING UNIQUE* 


WANT 


PAYMENT. 
386-2911, 592-4111 


Extremely well built homes, win- . ... - ... 

ners of Merit Award design.! Ii* 0 !* ^ ant a 11,1 •• 

Comes in Split-Levels and Bi- ,r01 " ••?* old ranch-slyle 

Levels with living-room, guest size *0™ “ » ea 3 be< ^' 

dining room, family kitchen, fami- c J’ a '2" a ^ J?, s l * a,u decorat- 

ly room, 2'/j bathrooms, carport,; Jr; OJ aa,ure c 5 ^ hi,e Quality shag 
sundeck. Price from $29,500 to ^, r .2 uol i° u J■ 1 „ < 2, unk ,? n , hvin9 
$33,500. For appointment to view ^ beautiful fireplace. Dining 
these beautiful homes with many „ k, j chen combination a 

extras! VICTOR WONG 305-2458 or ™ st * ea ,0 , 5 p Sr #c i*f« t J I dIn,n ® S22.IHX) 

479 -AS 69 room suite included). AM this and._ 

656 ' many extras for $34,500. Call ESQUIMAU’ 

1872 GORDON HEAD RD. r? s E 382-2D9? FME1STER * W-?7*l, 

Drive by this white beauty. Two 

tine bedrooms, one unusually 

large. Comfortable, well propor- OAK BAY 

. FW „ ... „ Gian ford Ave. — corner of .kitchen and dining. Sundeck 8 Full! FAMILY HOME 

Morey home In the heart of this Jj!?' LSf. 1 fi 0 .nL hiflh basamanl ' Call Dar Garside <;•) i, )() «) 1 > 

rapicjlv develnnlna rtUfrirt where chard and a beautifully renovated 305-2458. U.l . 

itnd values ari increasing ever?• °' d ® r ^rarLK^^m^ SiMno 5 , 3 BEDROOMS 

- a -,Cou.d be renovate and rent-1 f spjnfsh fork^ wa'fs really LANGFORD This attractive, large, older, char 

tormafiwi^caM M CU ,V ‘ F ° r f ° "' show this home off!! Two bed- Cosy — comfortable. 3-bedroom acter home is made for family liv 

384-8196 mb r-RFPKir . rooms, large separate dining; home - on a nice street, cose to '"?• Offering 3 bedrooms upstairs 

.184 0126 MR. GREENE 385-0795 roQm mode “ n ki(ch?n . Basement transportation, shopping and J^ce. bath and another 

with auto oil furnace and new schools. Large lot — carport — down. _f ab u | ousJ i «rqe : kitchen 


MOVE IN TWO WEEKS 
LOVELY TUDOR 
BIG TREED LOT 
You may still pick your carpeting 
and wall colors, but HURRY! This 
fine home In the Sidney area, on a 
TREED and SEWERED lot, can 
be finished in 2 weeks. Big Living 
room, Diningroom, SUNDECK, 

Good kitchen with Eating space. 

Large Master bedroom with en 
suite plumbing, 2 More bedrooms 

on main floor. FULL HIGH base- SBannoo BDBOn -,-u» 0 

ment with Space for rumpus room BBBBBB ®BBBBB8BBBBBBBBBBB 
and extra bedrooms. 

OPEN HOUSE 
3430 CEDAR HILI. RD. 
THURS. AND SAT. 

1:30 to 5:00 
5 BEDROOMS 
2 FULL BATHROOMS 
ASKING $29,900 
TRY AN OFFER 
[J' r ' 10 * real LARGE, FAMILY 
HOME — main floor _ living 
room with open fireplace, large 
family-size kitchen with dining 
area, 2 larger/bedrooms and 4-pce. 
bathroom. Upper floor — 3 more 
large bedrooms plus 4-pce. 
oaf nr oom with many cupboards. 

Full basement — oil hot air heating 
(package unit) — plumoed for 
washer and dryer. This 5-bedroom 
home is situated on a larqe lot 
108'x138’ 


ANOTHER GOOD DEAL 
4 BEDROOMS — 2 
BATHROOMS 

Almost ready, but you may still 
pick your carpeting this week. Can 
be ready In ONE WEEK. A FULL 
BASEMENT home with space for 
extra development. Also on Sewer. 
Either of fhese two fine homes can 
homes. Asking 530.000. To view jq v?Ew'ca*'* h EASY "'’ ancl ™' 
YVONNE ALLABARTON I JOHN BISHOP 479-1657 
385 5040 , 386-1491 I RES: 656-2308 


m,n:m m care. 

University, stores, schools, public 
'rsnsporation within easy reach 
> ?r her. Instructed us to offer 
3 r‘ r-».i«j|r $77,500 for June 
T5'3 i»cssrs«'C". Earlier possession 
■ Ight be arranged If required, 
l-src'ian must bo by appointment 
mfy. Na drive-bvs given. 

W. G. Roberts, 384-991? 

Roberts Investments and 
Management Ltd. 


GRAHAM STREET 
Approx. 1287 sq. ft.. 3 td- s. 
nicely finished End >in* i.Ved 

inside, den or femiiy rm 
fireplace. Large 6; !6 k *c 
lots cupboards. 100 amp servirr, 
copper plumbed, :6-< r < 

Priced at $22,000 SID HASLAM 
592-0900 or 386-126V 

1541 NORTH DAIRY RD. 

Enter off Donc ste D r 've bv 
and see this townhouse. The best 
of construction. 3 levels. ? b'l'o -1 
nles, private sun area, 2 parking 
spots, approx 1550 sq. ft. of liv | 

Ing. 3 bdrms. Close to Hillside . . 

shopping centre Priced at $$$$$$$$$$$$$$ $$$$ 
$25,700. SID HASLAM 592-0900 or $$$$$S$$$$$$$$ $$$$ 
386-1361 ML No. 1724. $ $ $ $ 

$ $ DOUGLAS REALTY LTD. $ $ 

SUPERB 5 1 Phone 385-8784 $ $ 

180 degree view plus substantial G . $$ 

mortgage make this 3 bdrm p‘us $$$$$$$$$$$$$$ S$5 s 
rec. rm. home en excellent buy. $$$$$$$$$$$$$$ $$$ $ 
It Is situated in Cordova Bay i 

and priced at $39,900 and loca'ed 1198 Goldstream 

close to Claremont Senior Sec-1 1200 ..q. FI $3?.500 

ondary. Let me tell vou more, i vou long for country living 
MRS. CASEY WATSON 386-1361 1 with a lovely view over Langford 


OAK BAY CHARMER 

Lovely to look at both inside; r OVFT Y r'HFsJTFRl FA 
and out. Convenient but quiet ,,,*'* 1 Mr l J hA 

location. 2-Be<Jrm home with: BEST BUY AT $29..)00 

extra in full high basement. Very attractive 3 Bedrm. home 

Dining area and eating area in this desirahlp » r pa rin** -- ... 

SBS8? N P E 0 W LLy LOW HIG D G olv N NU°ON D ^ 0 N LU7 l" ^ 

RUMPUS ROOM and Big Extra I MU’u; i tctikr ■ 

bedrm. down. Workshop. DRIVE-; NEW LISTING 

! IN Garage. Space for Camper, 1 SJ5 qnn 

Trailer etc. A MUST SEE! •MJ.3UU 

JOHN BISHOP 179-1667 

RES: 686-2308 


or 658-567 6._ 

X 

XXX 
XX XX 
XX XX 
XX XX 

XX Royal XX 
XX Trust XX 
XX Company XX 


Lake? Do vou desire privacy, 
room for children 1o run safely, or 
a place to keep chickens or a 
| horse? You can have all this wMfr 
a ? bedroom home on almost 3 
acres that slope upward. Ti'ere s 
a very large living-room, kitchen 
i with eating-are*, jnd utility room 
In the part basement is a new oil 
[ lurnsce and an electric hot water 
j heater. For more information, or 
to view, phone 

385-8784 Percy Meikleiohn, nr 
1 478-3611 evenings. 


XX 


XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX 

REAL ESTATE SALES DEPT. 


XX STOP L-O-O-K 


3100 DOUGLAS £T. 
384-8001 


CLOSE TO 
ALL AMENITIES 


lOPEN HOUSE 

UimI K^ qUith c S ! * nd vil>w I f^T’PARKER 1 AVENUE 

.IStaSSS IwMt'SSJ-^SSS '!«:! HOME C u T1 v E REr,Rt:WENT 

CharmiuR ,*«r m Horn,. 1 Ty ! "* T ERFRONT - 666,500 

H.W. floors throughout except n ,, nice lof. Hurry on this one »5,000 

$57 80 and HpS?ln h fl urn 72 1 ^ ^ '* " 1,1 .LARGE down and balance to owner oneasy 

l 5 ™ 0 - Heatlno SICK) per year., POOL I monthly payments. Asking $15,900 

Cosv sewinn room for s'ldy o‘i .. _ .Call DOUG LAWSON 

master bedrm. Financing to QUIET CUL-DE-SAC 


suit you. Call: 

DONALD HAMILTON 
386-2911, 478-3552 anytime 


ISLAND HOMES ISLAND 
250n Douglas St. 
386-7545 

ISLAND HOMES ISLAND 


H water tank. A brand new listing 
O you'll like it. Asking $27,900. Call 

MI KAY OOODElt 
! 386-1341 


ISLAND PACIFIC 
REALTY LTD. 388-6231 
3200 QUADRA ST. 


CORDOVA BAY 
Beautiful home built 


downpayment could be $2,900. Full ^ i,h load * aboard space. Full, 
price $20,900. Call Marg or Glen; basement. Easy care lot has rear 
McGregor 305.2450. R«. 42,.3675. , I 

QUADRA SCHOOL AREA 1,^ v.Wbx" 

Large, family home with 3-room 2nd at 8V4°o over 25‘ years, $70 30 
upstairs apartment (self-con- per month. Your down payment 
. . ... . laincd). Double garage. $25,000. only $2,400. Try this financing on a 2 bedrnnt^’-n ri U «!L 4: £Ln ti, 

A 3-bedroom, execut.ve type home Don Bacon 385-2450. Uj\l price of $27,900. Zia&W, . a ^ k <M !S M f? w 7i.,fi r S 

--—- c ■ -■ - i 385-7761 Scott Kendrew 385-6262 

P. 


cabinet kitchen, 

new wiring, 
plumbing — close to bus and Hill- 


UAK BAY 


OAK BAY 
OPEN HOUSE 
2611 EAS1DOWNE 
at Estevan 
Sat. 130 to 4:30 


. -- ••».99 V wm j years. 3; in a choice area. Rec. room ideai- 

peorooms, wall-to-wall carpets In: ly suited to entertaining. Secluded 
'* r ge living room and dining room, backyard, double garage. Asking 
c am .! 1 , v size kitchen and dinette. S59,500. with Immediate possession 
Family room. High basement. Ask-1 Call: / 

4M-8722 141 ' 000 ' LL0YD ELLIS i MR. SIMONS 

for particulars 386-1341 


Country setting 

Just listed, cozy, immaculate, well 
fanned. Large 2 B.R. home with 
JFV. room off the dining area. 
P*!u kitchen with mahogany 
cuoboards. Bright, peaceful living 
with fireplace. Well finished 
rumpus room in high basement. 

onal,v nica Yard - carport, 
intr call I Dricad af $29,900.00 
JUST RON CROW 592-4989 
I LALL PATRICK SN^W 592-3931 

OAK BAY 

I 1 a ifwi ent hom * walking distance 


ONE FOR THE MONEY 
And soon to go is this lovely home 
in the University area — an at¬ 
tractive setting for your "hostess. 
wilh ihe mostest". 4 B.R.'s, 2 
baths, big rec. room, easv-care 
kitchen with built in range and 
disposal, large sundeck plus » 
I 00 °o ortvate enclosed patio and 
, pool. Fenced lot with mature trees 
I all around. $37,500. with a 6'.'j°b 
i mtge. or easily refinanced. Call: 


R. 

1 

P. R. BROWN & SONS LTD. | 

The PEOPLE to SEE ARE 

P.R.B. 


place and all oak floors. Drive-in 
garage HAZEL CAMPBELL J02- 
8956, STANE JOHNSON 383-1404. 


CLOSE TO MAYFAIR 
j ? bedroom, full basement home on 
a largo lot for only $24,300. Call Just 100 
'HAZEL CAMPBELL 382-8956 or fThrough 
383-1484. 388-6231 anytime. - . . 


An almost 40' pool completely built 1517 BURTON 

nf cement with Big Walk around 3-hedroom hnm« i in 

it A Home that will PLEASE • f?° living® 9 of ! 2/ ? 

YOU. with a Large Livinoroom. cabinet r0 . 0,n * ° nvenien » 

BIG Kitchen with Eating area. 3 nJrnac e 
B»drooms (Or two and DEN or' - ace ' 

Diningroom) - HUGE Cement 

sundeck and POOL PATIO off ^ u.'iriSTte? r iu ' nDea 

master bedroom FULL haiement * n ri wired ,or washer and dryer. 
'Extra toilet), dressing rooms for I ^onj 08 S 5,900 ‘ Cal1 D0UG LAw - 
pool and Workshop or 4th bed¬ 
room. TREMENDOUS VALUE at 
$37,500. 

JOHN BISHOP 179-1667 
RES: 656-2308 

LOTS OF LIVIN’ 
SHELBOURNE AREA 
RANCHER 


4145 BORDEN AVE. 

!DELUXE 3 BEDROOM 
HOME 

| OPEN FOR INSPECTION 
SAT. 1:3(M P.M. 

1 LOCATION. OH McBjjrtr in the 
nicest area of Nnrth ijuadra. At 
.tractivelv landscaped. elevated 
corner lot directly across from 
Ambassador Park — 1 j block fo 
TERFRONT - $86,500 eiementary schwl 

Live in luxury bv the sea; gra- EXTERIOR FEATURE.* — Bay 
clous ultramodern 2 yrs. old. w !" do k w ' s,U c C ^ l/ 8 r nd D o b rx r i: Ck ,inr ^ 
1675 sq. It., custom built, pro- ■ w -{tP h . eavv csr ? or , 

fessionallv landscaped. Sea 'J'j,? 1 targe .SUNDECK over. Full 
wail and easv steps from ter- -®" 1 / *^' 900 c w |,h SS 
race to beautiful sandy beach ^ELLENT FINANCING, 
at Cordova Bay. Foe prior. SM |T H, 384-8001. 
viewing please call 384 8001 

JESSIE McGRATH or PAU- Royal Trust Co 

L NE BROOKES. 


RAY 


SON. 

WESTERN HOMES LTD. 
817 FORT ST. 


basement. New 

iH°um r VALUABLE LAND, 1'/? ACRES 

Road frontage 132 ft. Custom 
built 4-bedroom, l'j-bathroom 
home set back from road for 
extra seclusion. Wall-to-wall 
L.R., D.R., entrance hall, 

stairway and master 
bathroom, 2 fireplaces and full 
basement. Large parking 
space. Level land for stately 
natural trees. 

384-8001 BUD ZUCK 3824)349 


3 BEDROOM MODERN 
NEAR PORTAGE INLET 
YOUR OWN EOATDOCK 


BRAND NEW QUALITY HOME- 

$37,900 

Located in a choice residential 
area — this lovely home has 
everything^ for happy family life 
LR wilh floor-to-ceiling FP. DR 
with sliding doors tn sundeck in 
rear. Large bright kitchen loaded 
with cupboards. 3 nice bedroom*., 
master en suite plumbing Down 
there is an unfinished rec. room 
with rounhed-in FP. A finished den 
LOW .DOWN PAYMENT or 4th BR and roughed-in plumb 

and payments lower than rent;'™ , '> r another Iwo-piece - land 


able 
anytime. 


MRS. FRASER 
386-1341 or 477-1411 


ONE POT-BELLIED 
STOVE - $19,900 


I " u me waiting oisiance 

I • c * Lar 9* living, dining area, 

I JSf.f ,ous kitchen overlooking beau-. 

I I 9 ard *n. 3 bedrooms and 
I :^** bath, extra bedroom, bath. 

1 1 „ :, r p°m, launlry, and workshop 
I L,,,9 , 09 basement. A dandy in-law I 
A . sk . in ° P2.500. F.P. For fur- 
I i*jRjpf'fnrttoft olaase call 
I LL0 ' D ELLIS 658-8722. plus a large garage on land and 

IcflAirer. « wired 220. No-basement home in 

I uT^PI-OWeR mint condition. Two bedrooms 

l$M a eS D - DUPLEX Fireplace In living room Low 

lcrk« .taxes. Highly recommended re- 

SDit?.« n# l ¥ ’’sting of an absolutely tirement or starter. Walk to bus or 
tion th S d W’«x- in top condl-‘fo Simpsons-Sears. Firm price. 


COLWOOD 
OPEN HOUSE 

FR'.-SAT. 1:30-4:30 P M. 

2923 CAROL ANN PLACE 
OFF MOUNT VIEW RD. 

You must see this brand new list 
ing situeted in a quiet well kept 
area. Has 3 bedrooms, dining 
room, with sliding doors onto tjbe 

large sundeck. 2 pee. vanity ru« BY OWNER T«, n .__ 

bathroom in master bedroom. Imh' ? a . l0 . w 

Wall-to-wall carpet throughout and Distinctive, warm, cheery home on a?nJ!f ra0 fio £5 ,*° lu,e . ,y , 

Ml taywta. On'Y M0.1O0. 6 hu«. cpnnjr lot. 3 spaclou, bed- S5!!:"i„ c *S>'l! A1 J.'Jl” 0 ,.. TC'if J- 

385-3435 CASEY LEUVEN 479-6661 rooms plus den. Large kitchen and 


Livingroom. Sep. Diningroom, BIG. 5, " ,vuo 


BUY DIRECT 
3215 WILSHIRE RD. 

FULL PRICE 525,700 

3 Bedrooms, full basement, with 

finished room, and roughed in TRY THESE FOR SIZE.!!! 

nh.mk c ? r ? e u t ' ,^ n suite Glanford 3-bedroom bungalow. 15 workshop (could be rumpusrm.). 

plumbmg. white brick f.replace, yrs. old, full basement. A real buy En Sfe. Plumbing roughed in 7ti 

KrKJ*“Sir c i *, al180 * a,, r t 00 . ar ®a ’ n a» Ai $23,900 with terms. IRENE Ft Deep Lot, quite secluded, ideal 

8 c. h SI ^ 0rr l e 0 !} e c ? ,ra DALZ| EL- 388-6231 or 384-8692. Retirement nr Starter. Well priced 

ml . Vk : u,,y . ,a 9 d $ ca P« d ' Clear $29,500. Owners havn purchased 

LkiI ’*9 exce^llent (inancing avail-, Gorge. Well modernized older! Farm and MUST SELL NOW! 
Phone H. Blake 383-4372 home in immaculate condition. 4 jSEE THIS and MAKE AN 
; bedrooms, full basement. Asklna ! OFFER! 

$23,900. IRENE DALZIEL, 388-6231 - 

or 384-8692 


vill buy this 3-bedroom con- 


scaned grounds At $32,900 this i 


Attractive panelled living room, 3 


FI. to Portage inlet. ?S r00 7' s ' 2 bants, AND 


room large enough * 


family I 

.-w... Gorge 20 Minutes 'toi '?* rfle fRS.° ah ' ,or 9 ro,,er 

Ocean), this attractive 3 BR mod- l erbv - 0ver . '*00 sq. ft. of home, 
ern home has a Lge. charming! anx,ous ,0 s* 11 and Asking 

Inn rt:^:__ bi, $29,900. 


dominium, short' walk from a bas ’ buv ,rw ? a !«2 builda L 9A‘! 
beach. Newly decorated. Let J- B Young, 598-1818 or 383-4124 

me show this one to you. Price an v'>me Park Pacific invest 
$16,950. ments. 

384-8001 BUD ZUCK 382-0349 


GORDON HEAD AREA 
(2065 FERNDALE RD.) 
FOR" SALE BY OWNER 


JOHN BISHOP 179-1667 
RES: 636-2308 


aua U- V ^ w '* Sep - entrances, iitu 
IMvpm de f p corn er lot. Main Hr., 
B li in* ' tireplace, 2 bedrms. 
kltrkf' w,,h 2nd fireplace) modern 
'Chen and dinette. Upper suite. 
r J" kitchen and 1 bedrm. 
o8m ,# !?'V furnished. Full bsmt. 
Oarxna b eat, oil hot wafer, sep. 
to?®?' excellent garden, right on 
wLfose to parks. Vdr. consider 
Phon. , d , own , an d carry balance. 
IK rone Morris Lund 


To view by appointment only call: 

G. WILLISCROFT 
386-1341 24-hr. service 

FOR COAST-TO-COAST 
REAL ESTATE SERVICE 
CALL 386-1341 

$7500 DOWN. DREAM HOME FOR 


Asking $18,900 with 7 H 

_ ___ HtlM ,erms - •J’ENE DALZIEL, 388-6231 

dining area VombiniST f'Y”taths," J j or — wwwwwwwwwtntww 

-P.R.B.-*- | fireplaces, raised gracious living nff t= cn iai m *it Bnjri T u j __ 

CEDAR HILL Sr-JSSTSW'Jft'WJTB ^ ^.•% R R Md ’ n ,?r u rv'CORPORATION OK THE 

$23 900 « •S, Tpoipfe:® 0 " " ■SSr-'TOWNailP Of 4 raqUlMALT 

A view from fhe 21 ’x 13' sunken liv- 477-3607. . i d ALZIEL, 388-6231 or i DRAJ\E AV ENUE 

ing loom with raised hearth fire- -f jea ' B6V *- -- Three lots will be placed on the 

Mayfair area. Four bedrooms, one 5Sjg g wV'Prices^ ffS 
and a half baths, full high base- $8 (K)0 lo $8.400'. Lots will ^ ser- 
men*, modern furnace, wiring and viced with sewers paved streets 

1 sic IntemaS and “plant 

i $3000 down. Asking $20,900. obtained from the Municipal H 

Almosf^new^3 bddroom home with| DALZIEL, 388-6231 or Phone 385-2461 


4164 BORDEN .ST. 
REDUCED PRICE 


JACK & JACKIE 
WALDRON 
382-2157 or 383-1480 

UPLANDS 
UNIQUE DESIGN 

Architect designed and built bv a 
i craftsman. Definitely not a "run of 
j the mill" type of house, but a 
U’HiM p rv. t urocious home with every nook 

\\hittr»mp & G?. Ltd. and cranny beautifully finished 
and utilized. Walking distance to 
one of Victoria's finest golf 
courses. Proud owners must leave 
town, end willing to sell below re¬ 
placement cost at $50,900. We find 
it easv to be enthusiastic about 
this one, so please give us a call. 
JACK & JACKIE 


12-ACRE FARM 

Beautiful 3-bedroom farm 
home. Full basement. 2? ft 
living room ^nd fireplace 
Family size kitchen and dining 
room, 4-pce. vanity bath. A' 
full line of haying equipment, 
tractor, mower, baler, etc.: 
Feeder barn with hev storage 
— cement floors. LARGE 
HEATED WORKSHOP IDEAL 
FOR MANY TYPES O RE 
PAIR SHOP. Stock and equip 
ment included in asking price 
of only $89,000. For further de 
tails and viewlna please cal' 
Mr. DYER, 384-8001 anytime. j 


SW1NERTON. STEWART 
CLARK, LTD 
131S Blansharcl Street 


$10,950 

bed i 


HIDEAWAY 
REDUCED TO 

TERMS. Cottagette 


place and parquet floors. Dining 
area plus a large family s’ze 
kitchen. 3 bedrooms or 2 bedrooms 
and a den with fireplace. Full 
basement with automatic oil heat 
and drlve-in garage. Must be sold. 

Offers considered. - ... . 

385-3435 J. P. H. EVANS 477-4452 I’z baths. Full basement, carport, 384-8692. 

sundeck, large living room, dining 
—P.R.B.— room and kitchen. Landscaped and 

on a quiet street. Near schools. 

P. R. Brown and Sons Ltd. Asking $29,500. but will consider 

762 Fort St., Victoria. B.C. offers. Call Mr. Yeats, 388-5824. 


WALDRON 
382-2157 or 383-1480 


■ 4 vunn. LN'l-ni'i 

■ita? BD RpOM, EXCELLENT CON- coun'e. Larqe 20 ft. living room, 2 
Fairfield Tn uiem, nhnne hedrnnmv near shopping centre 


I : - 


Fairfield. To view, phone' bedrooms, near shopping centre. 

I tei-ms ov owner. 479-1479. 


SMALL FARM 
$39,500 

Here is a T'.' 7 acre property with 
fine four bedroom home iust 10 

DIRECT FROM OWNER. 2-BED-, BY OWNER. 1770 TAYLOR gowj^^eg^etable^aarde^^exMlTeni 
room, possible 3. large living room Street. Adjoining Lansdowne High, pasture. House i 1900 s^ ft 

and TV room, family kitchen, full Richmond Elementary one block ranch style with full haspmrnf and 

basement.. Stucco. New wiring, away. Four bedrooms wlth drlve-i^dwble garaqe Cal now for de 

copper piping. Close in. S20.S00. No gerege. Immediate octuMncv IIalls 308«3l ™ 

agents Please. 382-4814. (View anytime. 592-6178 or 592-4482. ' ANNE DUGGAN 


Corporation of 
I Esquimau 
11229 Esquimau Road 
Esquimau. B.C. 
September 14th, 1972. 


Municipal Hall. 
Ihe Township 


PRICE REDUCED - $1,000 ALSO 
vendor to include furniture — a 
real bargain at $21,500 - 1 block 
to ocean .— Lampson St. area. Call 
Chris Craik or Bernie LeDur at 
386-1214 or 658-8655. M P. Tellier 
Securities Ltd. 


Canada's Most Honoured Builder 
ONCE EVERY 96 MINUTES OF 
EVERY WORKING DAY SOME- 
Of ONE SOMEWHERE IN CANADA 
BUYS AN ENGINEERED 
HOME - WOULD YOU LIKE TO 
SEE WHY? 

«-ALt 

ENGINEERED HOMES LTD. 
385-6211 

19 CADILLAC AVENUE 


BY BUILDER 

4566 Seawood (off Ferndale) 
Deluxe Colonial, 4 bedrooms, triple 
plumbing. $41,000. Postle 477.3728. 


— large lot. Some seclu¬ 
sion. Electric heat carport. All fa 
COUNTRY LIVING jellifies. Clear titla. Hswy Valley 

Situated on V? acre of land — j r*\* i n r*riv oici 

beautifully landscaped — large GALL R. COX. .'85*2181 
living room with fireplace —! 

seoara«e dining room _ iarae SOUTH OF OAK BAY 

glassed-in sundeck — 4 bed--BV OWNER -REDUCED TO 
rooms — rec. room wilh fire , $33,900 

place — plus a separate work- Completely remodelled 3 bedroom 
shop and greenhouse — a gar- home plus full dining room—sun 
delight. Asking onlv [deck. 1',? bathroom. Basement- 

_ $35.000, To view call JESSIE IuuUk rumpus room, office, laundry 

W CG R A T H or PAULINE l room and drive-in garage Larne* 
BROOKES 384-8001. | lot with fruit trees. Clear tifl*v 

, -Owner wIM carry agreement. To. 

Phone 304-8001 now for vour tree i view 598-5659 
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-- --- — ’6 Room. 8-vear-old. full basement 

®i^^CITIFOL SPANISH COLO home on 65x140 Ini Going fast, 
nial 4-bedroom. 3 bathroom, living S25,900 lull price Immediate 
r ooni ana M|10r«te dining room. posMssion. City Wid* Apprsi.nl 
Kitchen with eating area. Large! Realty 
family room, etc. This home is 

tastefully decorated; also beautiful ACRE, LOVELY TREES, NO 
yard. Sold bv owner. Bv appoint-1 step bungalow, full basement 
ment only. 478-3823. 134,900. No agents. -178-2451. 







































































































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NEWSTKAD 
REALTY LTD. 

JUNCTION CENTRE 
1*37 FORT STREET 3*3-Sl*l7 


NCT LISTING 
BUY OF THE MONTH 
526,500 

You will look a long lima before 
you find a more pleasnat home. 
. Split (aval, plaster throughout, 14 
vaara old, 3 bedrooms. Living 
room, dining, hall, wall-to-wall. 
Part basement. Good back garden. 
Happy to show you anytime. 

PATRICIA SEDGER 
"V .182-8117 or 479-3673 
NKWSTEAD REALTY LTD. 

HIGH GORGE 
RETIREMENT RANCHER 
518,900 

Nestled among trees and lawn, 
this OOM heated cottage features 
an II ft. living room wltti fire¬ 
place. Two bedrooms, modern 
kitchen and utility. Payments on 
tha existing mtge. are only $135 
including taxes. Call now to see 
this brand new listing. 

MRS. V. ROBERTS 
382-8117 or 592-2171 
NEWSTEAD REALTY LTD. 

YOUR CHOICE 

Two new homes, one split level, 
other A Frame entrance, both 
three bedrooms, one and a half 
baths, with roughed-in downstairs. 
All wall-to-wall carpet, fireplace, 
•atfng area In most modern kitch¬ 
en. Seaview and even a boat 
launching access. There is no 
error to be made at this low pirice 
of $32,500 each. Interesting. <, Call 
to view: 

BEN PARENT. 

382-8117 or 598-3641 
NKWSTEAD REALTY LTD. 

ESQUIMALT 
2 BEDROOMS 
$16,900 

Snow white cottage with a blue 
duroid roof. Living room 15'l"x16' 
— step saving kitchen — price 
includes stove, fridge, and space 
heater — lot has a real picket 
fence. Call D. L. (BUZZ) FRASER 
now for your appointment to view. 

NKWSTEAD REALTY LTD. 
382-8117 or 384-5604 


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1057 FORT 386-2111 

Sidney — 656-3924 


CORDOVA BAY — SEARIDGE 
2.4)4 sq. ff. of lovely family liv¬ 
ing. 5 br's, 2-4 pee baths, plus 
ensuite off master. Lge. L.R. 
with stone F.P. 13x32 Rec rm. 
with brick F.P. Family rm. off 
kit. Built in stove and dishwash¬ 
er Den. Double C.P. Lge, sun- 
deck. View of mtns. and saa. 
Phone me — I'll show the rest. 
Below market value at $45,900. 

E. W. PROKOSCH 
Res. 477-2194 Bus. 314-2111 

COL WOOD 

4 Bedroom family home — 
431,250. A little traffic — But It's 
only 131,250. Newly decorated — 
Still only $31,250. Large L.R. 
(F.P.), D.R. IV? baths, Family 
Rm. Double C.P. — Still only 
$31,250. I suggest you phone me 
for an appt. to see it — Yes it's 
only $31,250. 

E. W. PROKOSCH 
Res. 477-2194 Bus. 386-2111 

ARE YOU A MOD 
FAMILY? 

Four bedroorbs, three with broad- 
loom, three, four-piece interesting 
baths, excellent kitchen, laundry 
attached, full-sized dining room 
oartially open to exciting living 
room with natural stone fireplace, 
cathedral ceilings, den or office, 
plus recreation room that young 
neople love. Six sliding glass doors 
open to wrap around deck and 
patio affording magnificent treed 
views including Ml. Douglas. A 
functional home with creative 
character for the NOW family and 
■J or the future, at $69,900. Owner, 
658-5347, for viewing at 957 Kent¬ 
wood Tea., Broadmead. Must be 
seen! 

OPEN HOUSE 
THURS.. FRI. and SAT. 

1-6 p.m. 


HER and STEPHENSON 
LIMITED 

480 Broughton Street 
Across from Eaton's carpark 
385-3411. DAY or NIGHT 


IMMEDIATE POSSESSION 
NICE! NEAT! NIFTY ! 
Yesl This spotlessly clean 3-bed¬ 
room home can be yours for only 
$17,950 and is located at 1008 Jen¬ 
kins Ave. off JacKlin Road and 
close to schools, stores and trans¬ 
portation. Owner out of town and 
wants a quick sale. Try your down 
payment by phoning. 

.1. T. MILLS 385-3411 


2.V) HOUSES FOR SALE 

AN ADVENTTJRE IN FINE 
LIVING 

Are you one of those successful 
young families that really want a 
different home? This 4 bdrm 
beauty 1$ as gracious as yesterday 
yet as modern as tomorrgw. Excit¬ 
ing living on thrag separate levels, 
sweeping views, quiet, close In 
area of fine homes. Financing Is 
very flexible, and possession can 
be 30 days or even less. See this 
beauty today, If you are the right 
cpl for this Immaculate home, you 
will buy it on sight! Price is firm 
at $43,500. For .full details and 
apptmt to view cell 

HUMPHREY GOLBY 

Bus. 385-974) Res. 592-6730 

J. A. Hen^rson Realty Ltd. 

METCHOSIN CHARM ~~ 
3 bedrooms, full basement, IV* 
baths, L.R. with fireplace, D.R. 
and large covered sundeck. Rear 
entrance carport — on quiet pleas¬ 
ant road. Asking $28,000. Make an 
offer! 

JOAN HOPPER 
386-3547 

FAMILY SIZE: CLOSE IN 

3 bedrooms; full basement; large 
L.R. with F.P.j bright, sunny 
kitchen; drive-in garage; barbecue 
patio; nice lot with fruit trees. 
Well cared for, minutes to town, 
immediate possession. Asking only 
$24,500. 

JOAN HOPPER 
CITY BROKERAGE LTD. 
386-3547 

•RED HOT" 

“OVEN FRESH" 

Brand new listed—first time on Ihe 
market. 3 4 bedrooms, large living 
room with fireplace, drive-in 
garage, full basement with rec. 
room. Tremendous seaview from 
living room windows. This lovely 
home is situated in one of the 
most desirable areas of Gordon 
Head. Phone today — be the first 
to view this excellent home with 
beautiful landscaping. Asking only 
$41,900. 

RAY MORRISON 
CITY BROKERAGE LTD. 
?>86-:i547 ANYTIME 
’ COLWOOD-METCHOSIN 

Vendor will consider as part Dn. 
payment any good building lot in 
Langford, Colwood or Metchosin 
on this immaculate 3V* Yr. old 3 
Bdrm., full basement home, situat¬ 
ed on landscaped and freed lot in 
excellent area; and close to 
schools, etc. Many extras. Asking 
$28,000. Please call Lee Forbes — 
either 385-1431 or 382-3541 anytime. 
Quadra Realty Ltd. 

—Courtesy To All Realtors— 


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GORDON HEAD — $29,900 

VACANT - "SELL IN SEP." 

LOT 120x156 — 0.43 ACRES 
Attractive 2 bedroom modern 
home. Owner will carry all financ¬ 
ing for a reliabla buyer. Close to 
transptn. 

G. E. BUS RYAN 

BUY A SEABOARD 
HOME 

MAIN FEATURES 

WW carpet, IV? baths, 3-bedroom, 
landscaping, 1-year guarantee. 

Only 5 left in the Gordon Head 
area. Buy and move in this month. 
We also have lots in Gordon Head 
and Central Saanich and will build 
your plan or ours. Compare our 
workmanship, extras and qualify 
before you finalize your building 
needs. For information and v’ew- 
ing call Seaboard Construction, 
652-1526, 652-2578. 


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D. F. Hanley Agencies Ltd. 
3293 Douglas St. 
Shakespeare St. Offica 
3021 Shakespeare St. 

388-4294 

PRICE REDUCED TO $27,750 
EXCEPTIONAL REVENUE 
POTENTIAL 

Richmond area near Jubilee Hos¬ 
pital. Large modern 3-bedroom 
bungalow, fully developed base¬ 
ment has 2 bedrooms, living room. 
3-pce. bath. Potential tor large 
family or rent to university stu¬ 
dents or nurses. Immediate oc¬ 
cupancy. Clear title or excellent fi¬ 
nancing. 

GERRY DEWHURST 592-2407 
WHYTE and GOWER 
OAK BAY PROPERTIES LTD. 

3236 VVASCANA 

Fully modern 5 Rm Stucco Home, 
20 ft. living Rm plus Dining "L", 
Excellent Cab.-Kitchen. 2 good size 
Bdrms. 4 pee tiled Bath and Utili¬ 
ty for Washer and Dryer, olus 
storage rm. Oil A.C. Heat. Large 
lot near Bus, Stores and Schools — 

TODAY'S BEST BUY 
$2!.,500 

M.L.S. 1771. 

S. W. ANDERSON LTD. 

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Serving B.C. Since 18&3 
922 Government St. 388-^555 


TOWN AND COUNTRY 


BY OWNER 

Modern executive home with pan¬ 
oramic view of ocean and San 
Joan Islands. Seclusion yet 10 min¬ 
utes from downtown Victoria. Situ¬ 
ated on 2 large lots overlooking 
Cordova Bay. Split level construc¬ 
tion, 3-4 bedrooms, large living 
room, dining room, family room 
with bar, study, utility room, 
cedar room, 4 full bathrooms. 3 
stone fireplaces, plus 35 ft. inside 
heated swimming pool (fully auto¬ 
matic and self-cleaning) 85-degree 
/ear around swimming, automatic 
humidity control system and sauna 
room, dressing rooms, second bar, 
etc Built-in stereo, cablevision, 
electronic air filter system, dish¬ 
washer, garburator, etc. Property 
professionally landscaped with 
sunken patios, built-in barbecue, 
fish pond, etc. (Cost over $11,000). 
Electronic eye outside, flood light¬ 
ing etc. Asking $140,000, financing 
available. Phone 658-8318. 


K 1’ T K M A REAL T Y 
E T T EJV1 A REALTY 
KT'TEMA REALTY 

LTO. 

\m Cook St. 383-7115 

HIGH QUADRA 
$22,900 

Charming 3-bedroom with full 
basement. White stucco exterior. 
Peaceful living room with tire- 
place. Very nice dining room in 
combination with kitchen. Cute 
•undeck. Two-car garage with ce¬ 
ment floor, ideal for workshop *oo. 
Big lot with tool house. Circular 
driveway and lots of parking. 
Phone J. ETTEMA at 383-7115. 
ML-2138. WE TRADE HOMES. 

.GARDNER REALTY LTD., 
899 FORT STREET, 
385-7721 

2 BEDROOMS 
$16,500 

Clean, older type, no-basement 
bungalow close to all schools, 
stores, buses, etc. Corner lot with 
lota of parking space. 

3R5-7721 CLIFF SALMOND 477-3626 

BY OWNER: OLDER HOME 
•n tine condition, close to town. A 
bargain with potential, on industri¬ 
al zoned land. Also fine as invest¬ 
ment for renting, $19,900. Call at 
WAGON TRAIN, 386-3291 or 
478-1794. 

REAL ESTATE APPRAISALS 
For Capital G‘8ln$ Tax 
P. G. JACKSON LIMITED 
7» Fort -Street 388-9IQ? 


NFW HOME FOR SALE 
builder, phone after 5. 478-6437. 


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ESQUIMALT ESTATE 
SALE 

LOW DOWN PAYMENT 

OLDER FRAME SIDE BY SIDE 
DUPLEX, CLOSE TO SHOPPING 
CENTRE, ASKING $17,500. Please 
call, Mr. Custance, 385-2481. 
Swinerton, Stewart, Clark, Ltd. 

EXCELLENT FAMILY HOME. 5 
bedrooms. 3 bathrooms, two fire¬ 
places, enormous recreation room. 
Lot full of fruit frees, shrubs, and 
cedar hedges. One block from kin¬ 
dergarten and elementary, half 
mile from secondary school and 
university. Very good value at 
$35,900. Phone evenings, 479-5829. 

WALL and REDEKOP 
, - REALTY LTD.. 

1820 Blanshard St. 
386-8321 


NEAR NEW SPLIT-LEVEL 
3-bedroom home. Has $7,000 swim¬ 
ming pool. 4076 Cedar Hill X Road 
extension nortt) of McKenzie be¬ 
hind Government Testing station 
$33,800. View or appointment ar¬ 
ranged 477-4997. 


FOR SALE BY OWNER 

2 executive homes — 1649 
Warren Gardens; 1528 By¬ 
wood J»lace. No triflers. 

$2,000 DOWN 

New home, Sidney. 3 bedrooms, 
rec. room. Direct from builder, 

382- 3021. THE ViCTOR.AN HOUSE 
OF SERENITY LTD. 

BY OWNER, 3 BEDROOMS, PAN- 
elletl living room with Dutch door, 
large kitchen, utility room, seclud- 
td back yard. Swan Lake area. 
$25,000 cash. 382-7713. 

LARGE FAMILY WITH 
SCHOOL AGED CHILDREN 
Required for this 5-bedroom house, 
in woods, view, no traffic. 15 min¬ 
utes City Hall. $25,000. 478-5176. 

BY OWNER. JAMES BAY 
charming older home, must be 
seen Plus revenue. $35,500. 

383- 8593. 

153 COUNTRY HOMES AND 
PROPERTIES 

SAANICH PENINSULA 
PROPERTIES LTD. 

For all' Real Estate Requirements 
Box 1235. Sidney, B.C. 656-4000 

PFARSON REALTY LTD. 
PARKSVILLE. B G 
Box 399. 748-617/ 


2M COUNTRY HOMES AND 
PROPERTIES 

YELLOW POINT - 
DISTRICT 

SCENICALLY TREED 

Gently sloping 

CEDAR MINI-FARMS 


LOTS 1 ACRE, 2 ACRE 
AND UP. ALL PERC TESTt 
ED AND APPROVED. 

ONE ACRE LOTS. $3,950 
WITH EASY TERMS 
AVAILABLE. 

GORDON STEVENSON 
Anytime at 386-8321 

WALL and REDEKOP 
REALTY -v 

1820 BLANSHARD ST. 

WHAT DO YOU KNOW ABOUT 
NORTH SAANICH? 

That you're seldom more than a 
ten-minute walk or a two-minute 
drive from the sea? That there are 
ten tine thriving marinas within a 
five-mile circle? That the waters 
surrounding North Saanich are the 
epicentre of the finest year-round 
boating and sailing waters In the 
Pacific Northwest? Golf courses, 
treed or pastoral environment, sta¬ 
ble climate and the friendliest peo¬ 
ple in the world contribute to the 
desirability of this area. 

Lands End Road is between the 18 
and 19-mil# circle in North Saan¬ 
ich. We are pleased to offer two 
beautifully designed and tastefully 
finished custom-built homes at 1127 
and 1135 Land End Road priced at 
$43,200 and $44,250 respectively. 
Both are on treed half-acre lots 
and are charming in every respect. 
For an appointment to inspect 
these fine properties please call: 

384-8126 JOHN BELL 656-4293 
384-8126 GILLES PERODEAU 656- 
4525 

Pemberton Holmes Ltd. 


FARM 

5-MILE CIRCLE 
OVER 11 ACRES 


This outstanding pieca of property 
must be seen to be appreciated. 
The lightly treed rolling meadow- 
land presents a beautiful settinq 
for the tastefully modernized 
2-bdrm., part basement home. This 
home and a nearly new stable are 
sitting on a knoll overlooking your 
own valley. The location would 
also seem to offer unusual future 
appreciation. Preliminary approval 
to subdivide in two parcels has 
been obtained. 

ASKING $60,000 
BE THE SMART FAMILY 
WHO GETS THIS BARGAIN 
CALL NOW 


ARDMORE 
NEW EXCLUSIVE 

ONE ACRE of beautiful treed 
property with sea glimpses. Well 
back from the road a lovely 2-bed¬ 
room home. Living room and din¬ 
ing room with open beam ceiling, 
wall-to-wall carpet and a nice fire¬ 
place. Convenient cabinet kitchen 
with fridge and elec, range. Both 
bedrooms are good sized with 
wall-fe-wall carpeting. There is 
also 2 full bathrooms, and a handy 
utility room. THIS HOUSE HAS 
OIL HOT WATER HEATING, 
paved driveway. carport and 
patios. 2 GOLF COURSES AND 
BEACH ACCESS NEARBY. 
$34,900. To be viewed by appoint¬ 
ment only. 

479-1667 EDITH GUTEMAR 479-5627 
J. H. Whittome and Co. Limited 
Royal Oak Branch 


BRENTWOOD $39,900 

Perfect seclusion on this 1.54 acres 
of treed property. 8-year-old split 
level design home with 3 bedrms, 
and cosy den, L-shape liv. and din. 
room with floor-to-ceiling fireplace. 
Bright elec, kitchen with eating 
area, IV? baths, sliding glass doors 
from spacious master bedrm to 
sundeck. Three stall barn for the 
horse lover plus other outbuildings 
including a rustic sauna. Mature 
fruit trees, etc. 

BILL ANDERSON 

479-1667 479-6648 

J. H. Whittome and Co. Ltd. 
Royal Oak Branch 


SIDNEY SPECIALS 

WATERFRONT ?-bedroom cottaqe 
on Roberts Bay. Larqe lot with 
fine water views to the north and 
east. Asking $35,000. 

BUNGALOW — 1.000 sq. ft.. 2 bed¬ 
rooms, den, main floor, in law 
suite with bathroom in basement. 
Askinq $25,800. 

CAPITAL REGION 
AGENCIES LTD. 

2481 Beacon Ave. Sidney. B.C. 

Mr. Kisslinger. 656-4280 

Mr. McConnan, 656-3641 

SIDNEY AREA 
VLA 

IN THE COUNTRY 
BUT CLOSE TO ALL 
SERVICES AND THE SEA 
Situated on a lovely treed lot. ,7 of 
an acre 3 bdrms and den up. liv. 
rm. and din. rm. wall to wall r-;g, 
larqe cabinet kitchen. The liv, rm. 
features stone fireplace, floor to 
ceiling, full bsmf, with laroe rec 
room, w-w carpets and stone fire¬ 
place, dble garaqe. Full askinq 
price $38,500. For full particulars 
and to view call: 

656-3924 Jack NAISMITH 388-7496 

5.3 ACRES 

COTTAGE AND BARN 

T mile from Sooke centre and you 
can have seclusion and quiet. Land 
is 75% cleared with many trees 
still standing. 1 bedroom cottaoe is 
clean and solid. There is a small 
barn, workshop, tractor shed etc 
Onlv $22,500 with half cash down. 

3 8 5 - 7 7 2 1 CLIFF SALMOND 
477-3*26 

GARDNER REALTYL TD. 

899 Fort St. 


PASTORAL AM) OLYMPIC 
VIEW 

Tudor 3 bedroom 2 bathroom qual¬ 
ity built home on 1 77 acres, beau 
tifully landscaped and terraced. 

Between Roval Oak and Observa¬ 

tory. - $<5,000 

J BOVEY 652-2324 

J P. BELL 656-4293 

G PERODEAU 656-4525 

PEMBERTON, HOLMES LTD., 

Saanich Peninsula 

Sidney 

GORDON Hl'LME LTD.,. 
2444. Reac-»n Ave. 
636-1154- 
LOVE NESf 

Cozy 2 bedroom home utterly se¬ 
cluded but only 40 min. to town. 
High location, qivinq million dol¬ 
lar view in all directions. MOVE 
IN NOW and er\iov great brirk 
fireplace and large sundeck. 
ONLY $25,900 ALLAN KLENMAN. 
Exclusive agent. 382-7276 Town 
and Country Realty Ltd. 

TWO ACRES ON SCENIC ROUTE 
One block from water (Cordova 
Bay) four bedrooms, automatic oil 
heat, separate cabin, good tiil 
barn. Fantastic subdivision poten¬ 
tial in future. Asking $35,900. 
LARRY QUAGLIOTTI 388-6231 or 
479-6609 island Pacific Realty. 

SIDNEY REALTY LTD. 
656-3928 

Real Estate — Insurance 
Serving the Saanich Peninsula 

VSk WATER FRONT 

PROPERTIES 

SOO KE RIVER. APPROXI- 
mateiy V*-acre riverfront lot with 
large unfinished log cabin. Ex¬ 
cellent fishing, hunting, swimming 
close bv. This is the ideal retreat 
or summer home. Victoria Press. 
Box 190. 

SEAVIEW PROPERTIES— 
Soooke $16,300 and $19,600. 2.8 

Acres and 2 Acres. 5 miles from 
Sooke Village. 

Terry Watling 477-1841, 383-5118 
8 lock Bros. 

DOLPHIN BEACh ESTATES 
MAGNIFICENT WATERFRON1 
AND VIEW LOTS 
OOLPH N AGENC l FS LTD 
P.O. BOX ,W8. PARKSVILI 6 
PHONF 718-61 S6 


WATERFRONT 

PROPERTIES 


WATERFRONT 
* over 200 ' of frontage 
ARBUTUS COVE 
Thi» DIGNIFIED, ATTRACTIVE, 
6 room is planned for the person 
who desires a MAGAZINE PIC¬ 
TURE HOME with its spectacular 
view of "HARO STRAITS" and Its 
own secluded end private IV* 
acres of perk like property. This is 
one of VICTORIA'S FINEST WA¬ 
TERFRONT HOMES. Ask to view 
this beautiful home. Priced at 
$75,000. Excellent financing. Phone 
J. T. MILLS 385-3411 
Ker and Stephenson Ltd., 680 
Broughton St. 


NEW LISTING 
WATERFRONT 
A winding drive through tall trees 
takes you to this delightful seclud¬ 
ed waterfront property. Old brick, 
cedar siding and shakes are the 
theme of this character bungalow. 
It it shining bright, not a thing to 
be done. It contains three bed¬ 
rooms all with rfctv shag carpet¬ 
ing, two bathrooms, beautiful 
kitchen. All this plus the opportu¬ 
nity of purchasing a further V4 
acres of waterfront next door. Ask¬ 
ing price $49,900. For full details 
call: 

CAROLYN WELDON OR 
SHEILA PEPIN 


SflAWNIC.AN LAKE 

Just listed, this 2-year-old, 2-bed¬ 
room cottage on V* acre with 
beautiful lake views and lake 
access with wharf. Nice sized liv¬ 
ing room with tireplace. kitchen 
with 230 range and oil stove, large 
dining area and a small bathroom. 
Concrete foundation — large patio 
facing the lake. Very nice treed 
setting. All furniture and appli¬ 
ances included in the end price of 
$13,500. To view please call: 
479-1667 EDITH GUTEMAR 479-5627 
J. H. Whittome and Co. Ltd. 
Royal Oak Branch 

EAST SOOKE — Warm Clean 
Water 

A. 100' beach lot, $12,000. 

B. 100' deep anchorage, lot and 
cabin. $12,000. 

C Both lots. $21,000 cash, hydro 
and main water. Seagirt Road. 

D. 72' lot, beach, dock, pullout, 
charming 2-bedroom home and one- 
bedroom quest or in-law cottage. 
$38,000. East Sooke Road. 

DESMOND HOLMES 
384-8126 478 1227 

Pemberton, Holmes Ltd. 

WATERFRONT — TRADE 
Retired couple in North Saanich 
would like to trade their totally 
secluded waterfront home for 
smaller residence. The grounds 
are beautifully maintained with 
over 230 ft. of southern waterfront 
exposure. The home is an older 
bungalow, 3 BR and in immacu¬ 
late condition. Phone for further 
details. 

384-8126 R. I. MURPHY 479-8089 
Pemberton Holmes Ltd. 

ROOMS WITH A VIEW 

California Style home on two lots. 
Each room has unrestricted ocean 
view. Your own walkway to the 
sea below. House features antique 
brick fireplace, feature wall of 
simulated planking. Walk around 
sundeck facing the sea. Askinq 
price $49,900. DOUG COLE 478-5561 
or 478-4494, Block Bros. Realty. 

PRIVATE SALE. 2-BEDROOM 
home in quiet sheltered area. 
Close in. Larqe living room with 
fireplace. Large dining room and 
kitchen. 14x28 sundeck and work 
shop. Automatic heat. Wharf. A 
very pleasant place to live. Asking 
$28,500. 382-540?. 

SECLUDED, 7 ROOM, 4 BED- 
room house. Full basement $35,000. 
Low interest mortgage. Phone 
382-1153. 

DENMAN ISLAND WATERFRONT 
and seaview lots on water main. 
$5300 and up. S aview Estates Ltd., 
813 Fort. 592-2607. 332-7522 

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LARGEST SELECTION 
CONDOMINIUM SUITES 
360 DALLAS 
OPEN MON.-SAT. 2-4 
Oe luxe seaview suites, one bed¬ 
room from SI8.500, $27,000 for 2 
bedrooms. 1 only two bedrom. 
front suite, top floor. $37,800. 1 
only 3 bedroom. $43,500. 

WILLOW COURT 

190 GORGE RD. WEST 

OPEN MON -SAT. 2-4 

Luxury in every suite plus swirl 

pool, fine views of Gorge Park. 1 

and 2 bedroom suites priced from 

$ 21 , 000 . 

MARQUEE COURT 
OPEN MON -SAT. 2-4 
2095 OAK BAY AVENUE 
Oak Bay Retirement, close to Se¬ 
nior Citizens Centre, village shop¬ 
ping and bus at door. 1 -bedroom 
suite from $13,600 to $19,000. 

PEAKINGTON MANOR 
1012 PAKINGTON 
OPEN MON.-SAT. 2-4 
Near downtown and short walk to 
Beacon Hill Park. One and two 
bedroom luxury suites, sea views, 
fireplaces. Prices from 
S16.500-S32.500. 

OAK BAY TOWERS 
1100 NEWPORT 
BY APT. ONLY 

Cosy, third floor suite with balcony 
and pleasant outlook One bed¬ 
room. large living room—dining 
area. An excellent buy at $16,500. 
For apt. call Don Whyte or Alec 
Gower. 

TOWNHOUSES 

OPEN 

SAT. 1-5 P.M. 

Or Anytime by Appointment 
GORDON HEIGHTS 
At Feltham and Shelbourne St. 2 
or 3 bedrooms priced from $22,900. 

WICKLOW COURT 
On Wicklow St., between Cook ana 
Tolmie. 2 or 3 bedrooms priced 
from $22,300. 

COLWOOD TOWNHOUSES 
On Wale Rd. off Goldstream Ave. 
Near Shoppinq Centre and Golf 
Course. 3 bedrooms, basement. 
$22,900 

A choice of 3 delightful locations 
offering excellent value in the me¬ 
dium price range. 

AS LOW AS $1,150 DOWN 
TRADE YOUR PRESENT HOME 

CITY TRUST, 383-4141 


Townhouses, 2 or 3 bedrooms 
sterling at less than $19,000 full 
price with these quality features: 
General Electric appliances, Hard¬ 
ing wall-to-wall carpets. 
Armstrong vinyl floors In kitchen 
and bathroom, abundant storage, 
full drapes. Close to marinas, golf 
courses, beaches, salmon fishing 
and shopping centres. 

Down payments start at $1350 with 
up to 90% NHA financing avaiF~ 
able. Monthly payments starting at 
less than $175. 

Plan to see Sidney Court Town- 
houses. 10145 Third Street, Sid¬ 
ney. Managed by Anglo-Canadian 
Management. 

Open 2 p.m, - 5 p.m. every day 
and from 7 -9 p.m. Monday- 
Friday. CaM 384-8071 for informa¬ 
tion. 

FAIftCLIFF 
1433 FAIRCLIFF LANE 
"VICTORIA'S ONLY 
GARDEN 
CONDOMINIUMS" 

ONLY A FEW LEFT 
$16,500 tn $29,000 

NHA FINANCING 

AVAILABI.F 

FOR APPOINTMENT 
TO VIEW. CALL 

DAWSON DEV. LTD. 
3865685 

OAK BAY-SEA VIEW 
Charming unique 2-bedroom con- 
domimium. Prestigious location. 
598-268? 

I BEDROOM CONDOMINIUM 
Hose to Oak Bav Village and 
Marina Vary reasonable Ph«n* 
597 6068. - 

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Colonist Pattern Dept.. 60 
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each pattern cash, cheque 
or money order. Add 15 
cents for. each pattern for 
first-class "mailing and so¬ 
cial handling to Laura 
Wheeler, care of The Daily 
Colonist, Need lee raft Dept., 
60 Front Street West, Toron¬ 
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tern number, your name 
and address. 

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CONDOMINIUMS 
AND TOWNHOUSES 


MARKET COURT 
TOWNHOUSES 


OFF QUADRA 
PRICED FROM $11,400 
OPEN DAILY 
SAT.-SUM. 2-5 P.M. 

Attractive 2 end 3-bedroom homes 
in a pleasantly landscaped setting 
close to parks, schools, low down 
payment. Trades considered. 
KRIEGER, STRICKER AND CO. 
L TO. MR, FE KA — 383-1542 

cozr^|f^|o«o R ;. 

If urge bedrooms IV* bathrooms, 
large living room with fireplace, 
dining area. Well equipped kitchen 
with Crestwood cabinets. Stove, 
fridge and washer and dryer in 
separate laundry room, wall to 
wall shag carpet and all drapes 
included. Beautiful secluded fenced 
back yard full of flowers. A plea¬ 
sure to show in an excellent area. 
For appointments to view call 
CHES HAYS, 477-8324 
Royal Trust Co., 384-8001 
WHY RENT 

Just reduced to $16,500 — owner 
transferred. Lovely cond. nome. 3 
BR and 4-pca. bath up. Patio doors 
to front lawn. If qualified B.C. 
Gov't 2nd mtge, DP could be low. 
GRAE LANGSTON, 386-8596. Is¬ 
land Pacific Realty Ltd. 388-6231 


271 LOTS FOR SALK 


VICTORIA 
BUILDING LOT 
This 5.724 sq. ft. lot is situated 
close to Esquimau border. Level 
ground with some fruit trees. Ask¬ 
ing $9,950. Call BILL CARNEGIE 
at D. F. HANLEY AGENCIES 
LTD. 385-7761 or Res. 478-6476. 

BUILDING LOT 

Good sized building lot within 7 
mile circle, water and power 
available, only $5,500. 

Annemarit Boiender 477-8653 or 
Block Bros. 477-184] 

173 PROPERTY FOR SALK 

FOR SALE 3 BLOCKS FROM 
Beachcomber Marina, 2 adjoining 
lots with 12x54 mobile home. Also 
building site prepared for house. 
22* cabin cruiser. Asking orlce 
$18,000. 248-5885 or write Roy 

Fraser, Box' 71, Nanoose Bay, 
RR 1. 

MILL BAY 
WATERFRON .ACREAGE 
LOTS, FARMS 

Call "land specialists." 743*S$b 
Mciahat Realty Ltd. 

Mill Bay, B. C 
METCHOSIN DISTRICT 
2-acre lots - $6,500 and up 
REX HUGHES AGENCIES 

LIMITED f 

- * 478-172V f 


GULF ISLANDS 
PROPERTIES 


__ 274 PROPERTY WANTED 


283 GARAGES FOR SALE. 
RENT OR WANTED 


WANTED, GARAGE TO RENT 
for winter months to store 15' boat 
in the Langford area. 478-37B4. 

285 HOUSES WANTED 
TO BUY 

FOU R B EDROOMS 

AND BRIGHT RUMPUS ROOM 
IN NEWER HOME TO $65,000, IN 
UNIVERSITY-OAK BAY - CAD 
BORO BAY AREAS FOR OUT OF 
TOWN CLIENT - CALL 

Mr. Hamilton ** 
386-8321 

WALL and REDEKOP 
REALTY 

1820 BLANSHARD 

WANTED 

All cash offered for 2 and 3-bed¬ 
room homes in Gorge or Esqui¬ 
mau. Call our agent TED 
CHARTRES 479-1667 or Res. 
385-5508. J. H. Whittome and Co. 
Ltd. Royal Oak Branch. 

MUST BE VIC WEST OR JAMES 
Bay. All cash for solid home over 
20 yrs. or duplex conversion. Ur¬ 
gent. IRENE DALZ'EL, 388-6231 
or 384-8692. Island Pacific Realty 
"Ltd. 

GUARANTEED SALE 
If your property is suitable for 
rental or renovation under S22.000. 

All Cash. Quickly call IRENE 
DALZ EL. 388-6231 or 384-8692. Is¬ 
land Pacific Realty Ltd. 

SPOT CASH 

For larger older home preferaoly 
in need off repair. FREDDY 
STARKE, 388-6231 or 384-9633. Is¬ 
land Pacific Realty Ltd. 

WE WILL BUY YOUR HOUSE 
for cash, if it Is •-•'♦*bie for rental 
purposes. Please contact Sales Su¬ 
pervisor. Shirley Philps - Home- 
tinders Ltd.. 386 2911. 

WANTED: OLDER HOME FOR 
cash, under $15,000: No agents. 
479-2209. 

288 LISTINGS WANTED 

CASH BUYERS WAITING 
FOR 

—SIDE BY SIDE DUPLEX UP 
TO $45,000 

—4 10-SUITE APARTMENTS 
—MILL BAY WATERFRONT 
HOME UP TO $35,000 
—SHAWNIGAN LAKE PROPER¬ 
TIES 

IF YOU HAVE REAL ESTATE 
FOR SALE. PARTICULARLY 
ANY OF THE ABOVE, PLEASE I 
CALL SWINERTON, STEWART 
CLARK LTD. FOR IMMEDIATE 
INSPECTION. 385-2481 ANYTIME. 

LIST and SELL 
WITH 

JOHNSTON and CO. LTD. 

City Homes and Revenue , 

Acreage — Waterfront 
Country Homes 
Appraisals 

385-2471 — 24 HOUR SERVICE 
1306 Broad Street 

WANTED IMMEDIATELY 
2-3 bedroom homes under $30,000 
If you are thinking of selling your 
home cell me now for prompt ac¬ 
tion. VIC SMITH 386-1361 or 
333-8593 anytime. Canada Perma¬ 
nent. 

MUST HAVE MORE properties, 
lots — acreage—home, apt. bldgs. 
There is no substitute for hard 
work and experience in making 
quick sales. Call ALLAN KLEN¬ 
MAN Town and Country Realty 
Ltd., 382-7276. 

LISTINGS URGENTLY NEEDED 
If you have a home for sale in the 
$16,000 to $22,000 price range, I I 
have the buyers. 

"Help Us to Help Yourselves" 

384-8126 JACK COLWELL 592-9828 
PEMBERTON HOLMES 
MARLIN AGENCIES LTD. 

"the new young realtors" 

477-6955 

270 KXCIIANGK RKAI. 
ESTATE 

WILL EXCHANGE. $9,500 EQUI- 
ty in 10-year-old home, completely 
remoleled. for VLA lot, in any 
area. Has 1,500 sq. ft. plus 1,000 
sq. ff on lower level. On a 17,000 
sq. ft. lot in Colwood area, or fry 
exchange of mortgage paper. 
478-5995. 

LOOKING FOR SMALLER 
home. V? acre home in Dean Park, 
lovely treed lot with privacy. 
Three bedrooms and two 
bathrooms. Full high basement, 

Idts of room for children. 656-4753. 

MOVING TO CALGARY? 

Trade Calgary properly for same 1 
In Victoria or area. 384-2956. 


HORSES HORSES 
They need room to run. 3-5-10 
acres with or without a house 
would do. The important thing Is 
level ground for tha horses — in 
Saanich peninsula. If you have 
some to sell phone now. JACK or 
MAUDE DOBSON 658-5676 or 
386-1361 Canada Permanent. 

4 TO 10 PARTIALLY CLEARED 
acres with or without a house In 
South West Vancouver Island area. 
Please write 1786 East Third Ava- 
nue, Vancouver; or call 255-4240. 

LOTS AND ACREAGE WANTED 
by builder. Prefer View Royal and 
Colwood area. No agents please. J. 


CASH NOW 

I For subdivision or development 
property. ALF PORCHER, 386-2955 
I or 384-3823, Mayfair Realty . 

APART MEN 1 -MO TEL, COMMER 
cial sites and sub-divideaole land 
required. Contact Mart!?'* 

I Section, 59 2-0995._ 

VICKERY AND SONS LTD. 

Lots or acreage in any area. 
592-6149 592-6622 

5 PLUS ACRES WANTED. LEASE 
I with option to buy—In Saanich. 

I 386-7370. 

WANTED 2 OR MORE ACRES 
with or without house within 7 
mile circle. 479-676). 

280 ACREAGE FOU SAl.t 
AND WANTED 

COUNTRYLIVING ~ 
INVESTMENT 

A. 10 acres, high view property 

Sooke Road, 320' wa¬ 
terfront, $34,200, terms. 

B. 10 acres Sooke Road, good bot¬ 

tom soil to be cleared, 
water and mountain views, 
logging road through. 
$19,500. Terms. 

C. IV? acres, 230' waterfront 

$23,000. Sooke, Terms. 

D. 2 acre building lost Metchosin, 

river frontage, $ 10 , 000 . 
Main water in 1973. Terms. 

E. 1-3 acre building lots. Marler 

Drive. $5,750 to 57,800. 

F. 2 acre building lost Metchosin, 

dig own well, treed, some 
views. From $6,400. Terms. 
FOR COUNTRY PROPERTY 
call ' 

DESMOND HOLMES 
384-8126 478-1777 

Pemberton. Holmes Ltd. 

OCEAN FRONTAGE 

70 ACRES—$22,000 
Over V* mile of beautiful ocean 
frontage, 3 sandy beaches, shel¬ 
tered water for boat mooring. 
Mostly level land, rich loam soil. 
Mild year round climate. Some 
commercial timber. Salmon, steel- 
head, moose, deer. A perfect re¬ 
sort location. This hidden paradise 
is located on the west coast of 
British Columbia, 3 miles north of 
Port Simpson. For full information 
write R. Johnson, P.O. Box 1610, 
Victoria, B.C. 

MARY HILL 
METCHOSIN 


NORTH PENDER INLAND 
Choice Malic Lake VT*W lot. 
Stones throw to batch. $7500.00 
farms. Laketront level lot $8700. 

COSY AND COMPACT . .. 

Clean remodelled home on 1.21 ac.l* 
S min. to pebble beach. Very close 
to shopping to open soon. Prlc* ex:'' 
cellent at $16,000. 

OCEANFRONT PROPERTY 
Beautiful 180 deg. large waterfront 
lot $16,500 $1650 down. 

CHOICE VIEW LOTS 
Southwest slope splendid view 
$7500 Other view lots In developed 
area. $7,000. 

SMALL FARM 

11.75 ac. with three-bedroom, mod¬ 
ern home. Large storage building, 
addltlonel bldgs, for chicken house 
or other livestock, excellent soil 
for farm use. 2 ac. zoned M2. Well 
priced at $69,500. 

ATTRACTIVE CORNER LOTS 
Large corner lots with seclusion. 
Close to likes and ocean .beaches 
from $6500. 

THIS IS ITI 

2.5 acres 0 South Otter Road. Has 
view an is terrific value at $11,900. 
Could be zoned commercial 
through application. 

SALT SPRING ISLAND 
Several lots with excellent view 
overlooking Active Pass, Gulf Is¬ 
lands, Panders, Mayne, Saturne. 
lovely Mount Baker, other Islands, 
schools and shopping nearby. Lots 
large an nicely freed from $7,000. 
Easy terms. A must to see. 

Nice lots on Wise Island^ Galiano 
and Savary for the boat access 
minded. All well priced. 

WIDE OPEN ON MAYNE 
This lot overlooking Village Bay Is 
attractive at $7800. 

Some property is serviced with 
sewer system, waier system and 
power. Most have good roads and 
well serviced by ferry. 

CALL YOUR RESIDENT GULF 
SPEC I A L I S T TED DEVER. 
629-3371, PENDER ISLAND COL 
LECT A E. LePAGE BOULTBEE 
i£5£I.» REATY LTD 900 WEST 
PENDER. VANCOUVER 1. B.C. 
681-7221. 

HA/y'ACRE 
WATERFRONT 
RETIREMENT 
INVESTMENT 

Ju ? f n ? inu,M *°uth of Nanaimo, 
vet offering all tha privacy that 
natura can provide. Coho Cove Es- 
lates on B.C.'s famous Gulf Is- 
*(* d5 ' 1 ?L ,9r J \ ,0 1 ® crt Choice 
lots with beach access and free 
moorage for only $25 down and $25 
per month Only $2,500 buys a 
park lot with the whispering pines 
end the tana of the sea. Fish from 
your doorstep on a ha If-acre wood¬ 
ed waterfront lot for $64 down and 
$64 per month. Take the first step 
now! For brochures and Informa- 
tlon ohone or write Glen Galloway 
Nanaimo Realty Co. Ltd., Box 
BC - or phon, 

754-2311 or eves. 758-5537. 

^ UL n F .^ LA ^ D , ACREAGE WANT- 
ed, gentle sloping, protected deeo 
wafer frontage, minimal Improve- 
"ESPiEWor. J.- Hawkins, 00 Blue - 
Vista Resort, Mayne Island, B.C. 

HH MAINLAND AND 
OUT OF PROVINCE 
PROPERTIES 

° CE ? A hLk, H ?r RES ' WASHINGTON 
“ : ocean. This ranch 
* ,ec,r,c ' fully insu 
lafed, sliding door closets, plus 
storage space throughout, garage, 
•anal, 75x121 ft. lot. This comp»cf 
Sr P, r * Ca ." .• vear-round home 
or rent bachelor unit with lanei 
and separate entrance for income. 
Seller paid S72.500 In 1966 - seller 
will accept $5,000 cash for his eg 
uity and buyer can ssume mort¬ 
gage balance of $13,000 at S** per 
«fP t ,„'?, ,e c r . es1 raf * Walt Sirmon, 
iirri re **' Hoquiem, Washing 
ton, 98550 or call 206-532-8653 

NOTICE OF ORDER 
ESTATE OF HELEN 8TI RKFV 

Administration of Ihe Estate „r 
"35" « deceased. whlT died 
instate at Victoria. BC. on Juiv 2Mh. 

era wJ e . d 0,1 ^P^mber fitii. 

-• in Dm Victoria Registry n f th# 
nm'fT.S’T' nf Rri,ish Columbia. 1 .. 

VI 1H A<,mln,,,r " ,or f r, r the Count> <>f 


2 ACRE LOTS 


$8000 and up. 
Weirs Beach. 
478-2563. 


Close access to 
For plan phone 


CASH 

For property In the Greater Victo¬ 
ria area including Colwood and 
Metr^Mn 

KASAPI CONSTRUCTION 
CO. LTD., 386-6191 
HEEDED—200 ACRES OF~BRUSH- 
land for a tree farm in the Leech- 
town - Renfrew area, access no 
problem. Under $250.00 per acre. 
388-4271 L. Ziegler 598-1761 
J. H. Whittome and Co. Ltd. 

ACREAGE FOR SALE? 

Larne or small, with or wltMut 
r.ome building lots. etc. Call 
GEORGE CHAN, the specialist in 
l and 386-2955. Mayfair Realty 
479-6898. 

WANTED: FARM OR ACREAGE 
FOR INVESTMENT OR DEVEL¬ 
OPMENT. Western Homes Ltd. 
382-2157 (24 hrs.). 


official Administrator f..r 
'he County of Victoria, 
**2-612 View Street, 
Victoria. B.C. 

NOTICE OF ORDER 
estate of olive DEVESEV WILSOY 
Administration of the Estate of Olive 
pevesey Wilson, deceased, who died 
Inestate at Victoria. B.C.. ,m July «),. 

tnr*’ 'l as ,.~ la " led nn September wi, 

I <•»»-. m 1 he Victoria Registry of the 

5H r ?»*.PYl Brl "' h Columbia. In 

I!"™ 1 Administrator for the Countv ..f 

Victoria. 

Official Administrator for (he 
County of Victoria. 

**2 - 612 View Street, 

Victoria. B.C. 

NOTICE TO (REOITORS 
AND OTHERS 

GEORGE KRNENT SWANSROROl GH. 

{StaSt '■’* - . .* 

ALE Persons having Haims against 

run Sir r sutp .* ,p rw > u|rwi »**'i.i 

i “i* nt V th claim* lit the 

undersigned ExeculoF .hi or before the 

rilte d .h V ° f . < £f. ober - l '' 72 ’ which 

. .L . rslate'a assets will he dis 
having regard only („ , h * 
claims that have then been received 

THE CANADA TRUST COMPANY, 
view at Broad <PO. Bo v 4 nn. 

• Victoria. B.C., 

Executor. 

By Its Solicitors. 

Messrs. Horne. Couper 


UP-ISLAND 

PROPERTIUS 


QUALICUM BEACH 

2-bedroom home amidst tall ever¬ 
greens. 105'x320* lot. near village 
centre. $11,500. 

2-bedroom summer home, medal¬ 
lion kitchen, vanity bath; 85'xl40' 
lot 1 block to beach; includes nev9 
furniture. $15,000. 

4 large lots Buccaneer Beach. 
Park your trailer from $2,900 to 
$3,500. 


271 


LOTS FOR SALE 


CHOICE WATERFRONT 
AND 

RECREATION LOTS 

These lots located north of Nanai¬ 
mo and priced Irom $2,600 to 
$13,000. (Some with terms avail¬ 
able). 

SHIPS POINT: Power, water sys¬ 
tem, treed lots, parks, sate swim¬ 
ming beach, paved roads. 
BUCCANEER BEACH: Large 

treed lots, ideal for the person who 
wants to get away from it all. 

For information contact Dave 
McLaughlin, C-O Nanaimo Realty 
Co. Ltd., Box 518, Nanaimo, or 
phone 754-2311 or eves. 753-8547. 

BROADMEAD LOT 
On well developed street. The 
owner of this fine lot was unexpec¬ 
tedly transferred. Now he has to 
sell it. This is in one of Victoria's 
finest areas where there are de¬ 
sirable restrictions such as no 
clothes lines etc. A very good 
value at $11,000 Terms available. 
Phone tor app't to see. 

Res 477-2194 E. W. PROKOSCH 
Bus. 386-2111 

MONTREAL TRUST CO. _ 

1.3 ACRKS 

Esquimau ... On Se-wer 
possible 2-family or holding prop¬ 
erty for apartment or con¬ 
dominium dwelling. No inflation 
here at less than fifty cents a foot. 
Good terms offered al $44,500. Call 
Mr. Clendinneng 477-1841. 

BLOCK RROS REALTY 
LTD. 

SHAWNIGAN LAKF.VIEW LOTS 
with trees, 10,000 sq. ft., fully ser¬ 
viced, paved roads, good selection, 
is first time offered. 3 blocks from 
lake, 2 blocks from village, no pol¬ 
lution, no industries, quiets low 
•axes. Phone Shawnlgan En¬ 
terprises 743-2911. Or write Box 
140, Shawnigan Lake, B.C. 

T ACRE CURTEIS RD. 

Lightly treed, with 145 ft. road 
frontage on city water. Good value 
at $10,500 (terms). Levarton Real¬ 
ty 385-8012. 

VIEW 

2 acres wonderful ocean , view, 
East Sooke $9900, $100 down, $100 
per mo. A KLENMAN, Town and 
Country Realty Ltd., 382-7276. 

LOT SUITABLE FOR WARE- 
house, close in, tor particulars call 
Rose Chope 383-0028 or 386-2911. 
Shirley Philps Homefinders. 


100'x240' lot near French 
Marina. $5,600. 

New 2-bedroom home, wall-to-wall 
carpet throughout, vanity bath, 
lovely kitchen, washer-dryer utility 
room. 85'xl40' lot near French 
Creek Marina. Try your offers to 
$22,500. 

177' 


MrMinn 

NOTICE TO ( REOITORS 
AND OTHERS 

ESTATE OF HELEN STI RKEN 

,n u creby civcn ,hat Trrtilnm 
sntl others having claims against thr 
r^ale of the above-named deceased, wh-. 
drrd at Victoria. BC. on July JSth 
*'* hercby r «iuc*ted lo send them, 
properly verified by Statutory Dcrlain 
non. lo the undersigned al .102 Roval 
Trust Building. Victoria. BC. before 
'he 1 . 1 th day of 'October. 1972 , after 
which date the Administrator will di* 
I™ 1 /* ,b * sa '' 1 among (he parties 

entitled thereto, having regard onlv to 
ihe claims of which he then has notice 
And all persons indebted In Ihe said 
estalc are required In pay their Indebted¬ 
ness to said Administrator forthwith. 
HATED at Victoria. B.C. 
i,dav of September. 1872. 

'x 122'. i Official Administrator for 

lha County of Victoria. 

Creek i >0 ™ K TO CREDITORS AND OTHERS 


8th 


IN 


For these and others 
Simons — 

Res. 757-8517 or 


. contact Al 
Bus. 752-6322 
ESTATE 


DASH WOOD REAL 

CORP. LTD. 

Qualicum. B.C. 

MILL BAY AREA 
1.65 Acres, gently sloping lot. close I 
to sea. Some mature trees, 170 
feet road frontage on Whiskey 
Point Road. Good value at $10,000 
Please phone Ron Phillips at 
746-5890 or 746-6)35. G. K. Schmidt 
Realty Ltd. 

SAVARY ISLAND-WATERFRONT 
Block el 4 lots, totalling 1.65 acres 
with 100' frontage on south shore, 
level, treed, with campsite and 
well on one lot. Excellent develoo- 
or -.. inve s , ment potential. 
$10,900 with terms. 592-6936. 

DUNCAN—PRlVATE-$22,900 
3-bedroom house. Gibbins Road, 
finished basement, 2 bathrooms, ? i 


fireplaces. First and second mort- 

n~,* .o.u.ki. To vlew phon# 


THE MATTER OF the Extata 
LILIAN M.AV RIG DEN, deceased. In* 

| «»f Victoria. Hritlxh i oliimbla. 

j NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that 
creditors and ..ihet *v having Hairrur 
;against the estate of the above do- 
.ceased are hereby required lb send 
jlhem to the undersigned Executor. P.i 1 
• Box Mt. Victoria. BC. before the IIP. 

|day of October. 1972. after which dale 
jlh- Executor will distribute the >*id 
estale among the parties entitled thereto 
I hav ing regard only to the claims »f 
|which il lh"n has notice. 

THE ROYAL TRUST* COMPANY. 

P*’ i's S"'|p , tflrt 

Mess»-«. Home. Couoar Sr MarMinn 

DEFENCE CONSTHTCTION 
f1MI> LIMITED 

j PRoirci*- pothroom Renovation* 

PWQ‘«. rv? c.V"ov. B C 
P»t.F: ry 263 10 

8EMED TENDER*? marked a* to 
I roof»nl c-od to (he undersigned 

Will --nrivM until 3-00 pm E.D.T. 

THriRVOvy OCTOBER 5.1972 
l.r n 'an«. ‘aerifications and tender form* 
wVI he on view M Nanaimo Builder*' 

I Exchange. Const met Ion Association* at 
Vancouver and Victoria pnd TXT. Van¬ 
couver Branch an'* Sit" Office* *nd mav 
b« obtained hv Prime Contractors only 
from TXT. Plans Section, Ottawa, at Ihe 
address below on rienosil of SlflO.rin, 
■h'" to Defence Construrtion 1 1951 > 


NORTH OF COURTENAY, WA- 
terfront acreage, cobblestone and 
sand beach, treed. 700' $28,500 
More available. 383-7255 or 1 592-7551 
evenings. 

-'90 FARMS FOB SALK 
AND WANTED 

SMALL FARM NEEDED 
Family with 4 boys, very anxious 
for good farm land and liveable 
home (can be in need of repairs) 
within •/? hr. drive of town. Must 
have some pasture, reliable water 
supply and arable soil. 3-6 acres 
ideal. Substantial down payment, 
excellent covenant or can pay 
cash. If you know of any property 
meeting these requirements please 
Phone 388-6231 or 385-2064 anytime. 
ANNE L. DUGGAN, Island Pacific 
Realty Ltd. 

a ACRES 

West Saanich Road, Va level farm- 
land and V* view property, with 
grand trees and horse trails. $5,000 
down will handle A KLENMAN 
387-7275 Town and Country Re¬ 
alty Ltd. 


called for In the 
muHt accompany 


Limited 

1 Security deo>*it * 

Tender Document* 
lender*. 

\*. J. Smith. Secretary 

Defence Construction < 1951 • Gltftited. 

*•23 Metcalfe Street. 

Ottawa. Ontario 
Postal Code K1A OKI 

NOTICE ro CREDITOR.*! 

AND OTHERS 

ESTATE OF OLIVE DEVESEV WILSON 

Notice is hereby given that creditor* 
and others having claims against the 
estate of the above-named deceased, 
who died at Victoria, B.C.. on 6th Ju!> 
1972. are hereby requested to send 
them, properly verified by Statutory 
Declaration, to the undersigned al .102 
Royal Trust. Building. Victoria. BC 
before the 15th day of October. 197' 
after which date Ihe Administrator will 
distribute the said estate among the 
parties entitled thereto, having regard 
only to the claim* of which he then 
ha* notice. 

And all poreon* Indebted In Hie said 
estate are required to nay their Indebtrd- 
rte*s tn said Administrator forthwith. 

DATED *t Victoria. B.C. this *!h day 
of Scpf , m 2 

Official Administrator for 
the County of Vlcjoua. 
































































































•W GULF ISLANDS 
PROPERTIES 

NORTH PENDER KLAND 
Choice While Lake V»W' loL 
Stones throw to beech. $7500.00 
terms. Lakefront level lot $4700. 

COSY AND COMPACT 
Clean remodelled home on 1.24 ac.t * 

S min. to pebble beach. Very close 
to shopping to open soon. Prlc* ex¬ 
cellent at $16,000. 

OCEANFRONT PROPERTY 
Beautiful 180 deg. large waterfront 
lot $16,500 $1650 down. 

CHOICE VIEW LOTS 
Southwest slope splendid view 
$7500 Other view lots In developed 
area. $7,000. 

SMALL FARM 

11.75 ac. with three-bedroom, mod¬ 
ern home. Large storage building, 
additional bldgs, for chicken house 
or other livestock, excellent soil 
for farm use. 2 ac. zoned M2. Well 
priced at $69,500. 

ATTRACTIVE CORNER LOTS 
Large corner lots with seclusion. 
Close to lakes and ocean .beaches 
from $6500. 

THIS IS IT! 

2.5 acres o South Otter Road. Has 
view an Is terrific value at $11,900. 
Could be zoned commercial 
through application. 

SALT SPRING ISLAND 

Several lots with excellent view 
overlooking Active Pass, Gulf Is¬ 
lands, Penders, Mayne, Salurna. , 
lovely Mount Baker, other islands, 
schools and shopping nearby. Lots 
large an nicely freed from $7,000. 
Easy terms. A must to see. 

Nice lots on Wise Island, Galiano 
and Savary for the boat access 
minded. All well priced. 

WIDE OPEN ON MAYNE 
This lot overlooking Village Bay Is 
attractive at $7000. 

Some property is serviced with 
sewer system, waier system and 
power. Most have good roads and 
well serviced by ferry. 

CALL YOUR RESIDENT GULF 
SPECIALIST TED DEVER. 
629-3371, PENDER ISLAND COL 
LECT. A. E. LePAGE BOULTBEE 
«^^SX- REATY LT0 900 WEST 
PENDER. VANCOUVER 1. B.C. 

HA-'J*’ ACRE 
WATERFRONT 
RETIREMENT 
INVESTMENT 

Just 30 minutes south of Nanaimo, 
yet offering all the privacy that 
nature can provide. Coho Cove Es 
fates on B.C.'s famous Gulf Is- 
ands. offers te to 1 acre choice 
lots with beach access and free 
moorage for only $25 down and $25 
per month. Only $2,500 buys a 
park lot with the whispering pines 
and the fang of the sea. Fish from 
your doorsteD on a half-acre wood¬ 
ed waterfront lot for $64 down and 
$64 per month. Take the first step 
now! For brochures and Informa- 
tion ohone or write Glen Galloway 
c-o Nanaimo Realty Co. Ltd., Box 

fci'-»n^ ana mo ' BE - ** Phone 
75^-2311 or eves. 758-5537. 

GULF ISLAND ACREAGE WANT- 
ed. gentle sloping, protected deeo 
water frontage, minimal improve- 
»Ti e r ,s « Eld ® n ->•* Hawkins, c-o Blue - 
Vista Resort, Mayne Island. B.C. 

2M MAINLAND AND 

OUT OF PROVINCE 
PROPERTIES 

OCEAN SHORES, WASHINGTON 
IT l.. ks ^om ocean. This ranch 

aM a,ec,ric - f ullv insu 
lated, sliding door closets, plus 
storage space throughout, garage. 

•anal, 75x121 ft. lot. This compact 
Jr P r. X n» Ca K V Mr -r°Und home 

or rent bachelor unit with lanai 
and separate entrance for income 
Se er paid $22,500 in 1966 _ seller 
will accept $5,000 cash for his eo 
uify and buyer can -ssume mort¬ 
gage balance of $13,000 at SV 4 per 
ra,e Walt Sirmon 
Hoquiam, Washing 
Ion, 98550 or call 206-532-8653 

NOTICE OF ORDER 
ESTATE OF HELEN' STLRKEV 

AdminJsfralinn 0 f the Estate „f 
dis eased, who died 
instate at Victoria, B.C.. on July 2Mh. 

2.V ' va V Canted on September 6th. 

hi I he Victoria Registry of the 
Jo • r 7 e .? ,,,rl nf Rrl,ish Columbia, t.. 
Icloril, Admini " ,r,llor for the County of 

Official Administrator for 
I he County of Victoria, 

- 612 View Street, 

Victoria, B.C. 

NOTICE OF ORDER 
4TATE OF OLIVE DEVESFV WII.SON 
Administration of the Estate of Ollxe 
svesev Wilson, deceased, who died 
estate «t Victoria. B.C. on July ffth. 

L~‘ ua5 planted on September 6tti 
*- in the Victoria Registry or ri.c 
inreme court or British Columbia. I- 
clori Admin,sl,a,or foi- the County ..f 

Official Administrator for (ha 
County of Victoria. 

•102-612 View Street, 

Victoria. B.C. 

NOTICE TO CREDITORS 
AND OTHERS 

.!. H »;..' ,ATTKR W «•* Estate ,.r 

iLORGF, ERNEST SUANSROROI GR. 

■* Vlptorl,. Hrlll.1, 

Humbla. 

VLI '. persons having Halms against 
i , eaUle art> 'ppuired to send 

I particulars of Each claims to the 
dersigned E\ecutoP on or before the 
h day of October. 1972. after which 
h . o , es,atf ’» MMta will I** «li«- 
huled. having regard only to the 
'm* that have then been received 
THE CANADA TRUST COMPANY 
View at Broad <P.O. Bo x 400• 

' Victoria. B.C., 

Executor. 

By It a Solicit ura. 

Messrs. Horne. Coupar * MrMmn. 

NOTICE TO CREDITORS 
AND OTHERS 

ESTATE OF HELEN STURKKV 

; ol,r ,f '* hereby given that creditors 
ii- 0,h # C iw havmK 'laims against the 
ate or the above-named deceased, who 
d at Victoria. B.C., on Julv 28th 
* r * hereby requested In send them, 
perlv verified by Statutory Dcclaia x. 
t. In the undersigned at .702 Roxal 
1st Building. Victoria. B.C. before 
l.dli day of 'October. 1972. after 
cn date the Administrator will dls- 
•ule the said estate among (he parlies, 
itled thereto, having regard onlv to ’ 
riaims of which he then has notice 
nd all persons indebted to the said 
«te are required to pay their mdehted- 
1 lo said Administrator forthwith. 

•A TED at Victoria. B.C., this 8th 
of September. 1972. 

Official Administrator for 
the County of Victoria. 

THE TO < It EDITORS AND OTHERS 
THE MATTER OF the Estate ,rf 
ILIAN .'IAV ItKiDEN, deceased, late 
Victoria. British Columbia. 
lYriCE IS HEREBY GIVEN that „ 
litora ami others having claims- 
nst the estate of the above do¬ 
led are hereby required th send 
i to the undersigned Executoi. P.< ■ 

5W- Victoria. B.C . before Die I in. 

"f October. 1972. after which dale 
Executor will distribute the -aid 
te among the nartles entitled thereto 
ng re gard only to the claims of 
•h it then has notice. 

THE ROYAL TRUST COMPANY. 

r. |*s s-HHtorg. 

Mes«*-«. Horne. Counar A MacMinn 

DEFENCE rOXSTHTCTION 
tlKII) LIMITED 
\icri"; Bothroom Renovations 
PMO'«. r*r! C.rwov BC 
l^r.F: CX 263 10 
TENDER*!: marked as to 
nnl •>HHreret«d to the undersigned *> 
l v , —eeh-Ad until 3:00 p m. E.D.T. 
THURCD'Y. OCTOBER 5. 1972 
ans. voecificatlons and lender forms 
be on view el Nanaimo Builders' 
Imn^e. Const motion Associations st 
’ouver and Victoria pnd DCI. Van- 
rr Branch an'* Sit" Offices and max- 
ibteined bv Prime Contractors »*nlv 
i DCI. Plans Section. Ottawa, at lh» 
avs below nn denosil of $100 00. 
bi» to Defence Construction <1951 * 
ited 

rurlty deiymt as called for In the 
ler Documents must accompany 
*rs. 

N. J. Smith. Sec-clary 

Defence Construction < 1051 * Limited, 

*25 Metcalfe Street. 

Ottawa. Ontario 
Portal-Gode K1A OK3 

NOTICE TO CREDITORS 
AND OTHERS 

lit OF OLIVE DEVESEV WIUON 
tire is hereby given that rredilnn 
others having claims against the 
e of the above-named deceased, 
died at Victoria. B.C.. on 6th Jul> 
are hereby requested to send 
properly verified by Statutory 
iration. to the undersigned at 302 
I Trust, Building. Victoria. B.C 
e the 15th day of October. 197’ 
which date the Administrator will 
Ibute the said estate among the 
es entitled thereto, having regard 
to Ihe Haims of which he then 
notice. 

d all persons indebted lo the said 
e are required to a ay their Indebted- 
to aaid Administrator forthwith 
TED st Victoria. B.C. this «lh day 
>pf. 1972 

official Administrator for 
Ihs County of Victoria. 


More Grief for Cowichan Board 


l , * '7- r- 

IfcHfw Olalonift. Victoria, B.C., Thur«., September 14,1972 


By GORDON HAMILTON 

Colonl** Correspondant 

DUNCAN — Cowichan 
school district has another 
problem on its hands regard¬ 
ing crowded conditions in the 
elementary . schools. Parents 
at Crofton elementary recent¬ 
ly complained over the shift 
system the school, and the 
board has yielded to their pro¬ 
posal (or a makeshift annex. 

Now parents at Drinkwater 
elementary school are upset 
over the high pupil-teacher 
ratio at the school, and have 
contacted elementary educa¬ 
tion director Bob Moss and 
district superintendent Har¬ 
vey MacKirdy in an attempt 
to have the ratio lowered. 

In an interview, MacKirdy 
said the board has already 


dispussed the problem, and 
had come up with three tenta¬ 
tive solutions; change the 
school boundaries in order to 
cut down the population, 
parents could voluntarily 
move their children to an¬ 
other school, or pull the entire 
grade seven class out of the 
school, and distribute the stu¬ 
dents over other elementary 
schools. 

"None of these are ideal so¬ 
lutions," MacKirdy said. 
"The solution would be to ap- 
' point another teacher, but the 
board can’t do it. The finan¬ 
cial situation in the district is 
such that the board had to cut 
back eight elementary teach¬ 
ers this year. Drinkwater was 
one school where the staff 
was reduced, because of the 


MucKirdy 
“already discussed” 


low pupil-teacher ratio at the 
time.” 

He also said the school has 
only six classrooms. Last 
years grade seven class used 
the school stage for a 
classroom. 

Mrs. Christine Proctor, 
spokesman for the Drfnk- 
•water Parents’ Association, 
said Wednesday school enrole- 
ment is up by 15 pupils this 
year, and can be expected to 
increase during the year, as a 
60 house subdivision is under 
construction near the school. 
The school now has & pupil- 
teacher ratio of 34.1 to one, 
the highest in the district. 

All grades at the school, ex¬ 
cept the grade seven class, 
are split, meaning each teach¬ 
er is trying to teach a class 
composed of two grades. 


parepts are concerned that 
the overcrowding, in conjunc¬ 
tion With the split classes, will 
hamper their children’s edu¬ 
cation, and are determined to 
get some action on the issue. 

MacKirdy’s suggestions will 
be presented to a Parent's As¬ 
sociation meeting next week. 
MacKirdy added the parents 
might write the department of 
education on the problem. 

"The new government may 
come up with a solution," he 
said. 

In other conflict, in late 
August, school trustee Mar¬ 
garet Whittaker resigned 
from the board in opposition 
to the present construction of 
a four room open area addi¬ 
tion to Koksilah elementary 
school in a primarily industri¬ 
al setting. 


“BE KIND TO ANIMALS 
WEEK... BIG DEAL!” 


Classified _Ads are kind to us all year 'round . 
sometimes known as “dog’s best friend”. 


that’s why they’re. 


“If you lose your master, for example (if he's smart), he’ll place a 
‘Lost’ ad in Classified and chances are people will help you get 
back to him." 

“As for adoptions . . . the ‘Pets’ columns are where most of us find 
our new homes. Things we need, too, are in the Classified Ads. Pet 
Supplies, Obedience (Ugh!) Schools, Boarding Kennels for vacation 
time ... even apartments that welcome us.” 

"Yep, next to my human, a dog's best friend is a Classified Ad in 
I his paper!” 


For Classified Service—Dial 386-2121 


ISLAND 

DIGEST 


CAMPBELL RIVER — 

Mary Hay and Robert Baskin. 
17, of Campbell River, arrest¬ 
ed in a demonstration Sept. 5 
at Campbell River senior sec¬ 
ondary school, were remand¬ 
ed without plea to Sept. 28 
when they appeared in provin¬ 
cial court Wednesday. 

□ 

PORT McNEILL This 
village of nearly 1,000 has 
w'on the department of munic¬ 
ipal affairs over-all award for 
having 78.02 per cent of its 
electorate turn out in munici¬ 
pal elections last December 
the highest in B.C. 

□ 

DUNCAN - Ian Brown and 
Addie Nehajwich have been 
installed as presidents of Dun¬ 
can Kinsmen and Kinncttcs 
respectively. 

□ 

PORT ALBURN I Mount 
Arrowsujith Ski Club will h :ld 
its annual meeting Wednes¬ 
day Oot. 18 at 7:30 p.m. in 
Echo Centre here. 


B.C. Swimmers 
Win in Europe 

BRATISLAVA (CP-APi 
Leslie Cliff and Wendy Cook 
of Vancouver won first-place 
honors for Canada Wednesday 
in the 10th international Cze¬ 
choslovakian Grand Prix 
swimming meet. 

Miss Cliff took two firsts, 
winning the 400-metre individ¬ 
ual medley in five minutes 
butterfly in 1:07.1. She 
finished third in the 200-metre 
backstroke with 2:31.9 com¬ 
pared with the winning 2:27.4 
time of Sue Atwood of the 
United States. 

Miss Cook won with 1:03.3 
in the 100-metre freestyle. 

Bruce Robertson of Van¬ 
couver came second in the 
men’s 100-metre freestyle 
with 55.5 seconds, well behind 
the 53-second performance of 
winner John Murphy 'bf the 
U.S. 

Robertson was second in Ihe 
100-metre butterfly with 58.0, 
compared with 57.7 for Gary 
Hall of the U.S. 


KILSHAWS 

1115 FORT STREET 

AUCTION 

FRIDAY AT 7:00 p.m. 

Walnut and Maple 
Bedroom Suites 

Office Desks and <‘hairs 
Dinette Seta 

Coffee Tallies tattifM 


SIMMONS HI0E-A-BED 

Colonial, Provincial 
«ml Modern 

CHESTERFIELD STES. 
L0VESEATS 


Victoria’s Daily Newspapers 

Where You Find the Pet You Want and Services 
and Supplies to Keep Him Happy!_^ 


Desks Record Cabinet 
Single Beds (liests 

PLAYER PIANO 

(with 5 boxes player rolls) 

RUGS 

DEEPFREEZE 

Refrigerators and Apt. Range 
Viking Automatic Dishwashers 


COLOR TV (A1) 

Jjite model TV Sets, 
Comb. Radio, etc. 


China, Glassware and 
Bric-a-brac. 

Kilshaws Auctioneers 

ItR Port St. 384 6441 

For your Sale or Appraisal 
Cali Kilshaws 


THE GREAT 
KAYSER 


SUPPORT SALE 


Sept. 14th to 23rd. 

Sove now on your favourite Kayser support pantyhose 
and stockings. Sheer and ultra-sheer in lovely shades to 
give a supporting role to your fashion look. 


|.fW‘ 


Ultra Sheer Support Pantyhose, 

nylon and Lycra * with reinforced panty and 
toe, nude heel. Definitely Neutral, Tropical 
Tan, Nearly Nude, Charm Taupe, white. 
Pet, pet med., med/tall, tall. Sole, each $4 

WI6 

Queen Size Support Pantyhose, ultra 
sheer nylon and Lycra with re-inforced panty 
and toe, nude heel. Definitely Neutral, Tropi¬ 
cal Tan, Nearly Nude, white. Fits 165-200 
lbs. Sale, each 4.50 

WI7/ 

Sheer To The Waist Support Panty 
Hose, sandolfoot style with specially con¬ 
structed panels, front and back. Nylon and 
Lycr