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Munro pledges 

new controls 
against guards 


OTTAWA (CP) — The federal government 
intends to do everything possible to make sure that 
incidents such as the shooting of eight strikers at the 
Robin Hood Multi-Foods Ltd. flour mill in Montreal 
are not repeated, Labor Minister John Munro said 
Monday. 


Tribes 

knife 

history 


KSNACaO, Ook). (UP!) 
^dahoma Oomancbei 
danc«d the rarely-per- 
formed Black I^ife 
Dance imder darkened 
skies and tribal leaders 
smoked a sacred peace 
pipe Sunday to celebrate 
an histortc peace treaty 
signed wMi the Ute Indian 
Nation. 

'•Now we are all as 
one.’* Melvin Kerchee, 
head of the Oomanche 
War Dance Society, told 
assembled Indians form 
the centre of an arena 
formed by a log 

artnr and top^ with 
aspen branches. 

“Our blood Is red. we 
are red.’* Kerchee said. 
“May the grass never 
grow on the path between 
us. I want you to tell your 
children what happened 
here today.” 

The Ute-Comanche 
peace treaty fuIUls the 
commitment ot the tribes’ 
ancestors, who met a cen> 
tury ago on the Texas 
Panhandle to -si^i a stmi* 
lar pact. Folklore of both 
tribCT eays the ceremony 
ended ^ hand-to-hand 
combat started by a long 
rifle shot fired by an un¬ 
known brave. 

More than three dozen 
Comanche men and 
women completed Sun¬ 
day’s ceremony by per-<' 
forming the 'Tu-whee 
(Black Knife) Dance to 
the accompaniment of Irw 
(Man drum and song. The 
dance, signifying a crow'j 
warning of intruders, was 
pcrfocmed for only the 
fourth time since 1918. 


But Munro said he was not 
sure whether Ottawa or the 
provinces had the jurisdicticm 
to legally prevent security 
guards from using arms 
against strikers during an in¬ 
dustrial dispute. 

Munro told reporters there 
was no question that compa¬ 
nies had the right to hire 
guards to protect their prop¬ 
erty. 

the key question was to 
what extent company owners 
could go to protect their prop¬ 
erty. and the courts had al¬ 
ready ruled that the use of 
shotguns was excessive, 
Munro said. 

Munro said he would attach 
no blame for the shooting io* 
cident Friday until ”all the 
facts are In,” adding that it 
would not help now to con¬ 
demn Robin Hbod. 

Quebec has already indicat¬ 
ed it would conduct a thor¬ 
ough inquiry into the shooting. 

As well, Munro said his de¬ 
partment was corKkicting an 
informal inquiry. 

llie eight were shot after 
striken, who have been out 
on the picket line since Fshru- 
ary, charged the mfil's gates. 

Three of the security guards 
hired to protect the plant 
pleaded not guilty Saturday to 
charges of discharging a 
firearm with the intent to 
wound or maim. 

Munro met with officials of 
the Confederation of National 
Trade Unions for two hours 
late Monday but could not 
persuade the federation to en¬ 
courage wT)rkers at two of 
four strikebound flour mills to 
go back to work. 

The special meeting at 
Munro’s office hare w^as ar¬ 
ranged at the request of die 
CNIV fcritowing the Robin 
Hood shooting. 

Ihe labor minister asked 
the CNTU to encourage 
workers at Phenlx Flour Ltd. 
and Ogilvie Mills Ltd. to sign 
a recently concluded back-to- 
work pact and return to their 
jobs, a source in Munro’s del¬ 
egation said. The signing of 
the pact had bem scheduled 
for last PViday, but was de- 

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Oh, mud fun 

Charyca Forister, 11, made big splash in slip^ind- 
sUde contest in Nashville, Tenn. siie and 400 other 
children w^re plastered with mud in competition 
sponsored by city’s parks and reci'eation depart¬ 
ment and wax company. 


Ceasefire holding, 
Egypt’s Sadat says 


• War hurting Soviet Union, 
Page 2 


CAIRO (AP) •— Egypt said 
Mcmiay that a ceas^re or^ 
dered by President Anwar 
Sadat in the Elgyptlan-Iibyan 
feud was hokMng Unn and de¬ 
nted a IJbyan report of con¬ 
tinued fighting at a desert 
oasis. 

“No tnilltary operations 
took place inside Libyan terri¬ 
tory or on the Egyptian- 
Ubyan bender after the cease- 


Soared tax dodger 
draivs $5,050 fine 


GRANBY, Que. (CP) — So¬ 
cial Oedit MP Gilbert Ron¬ 
deau, 48, was fined ^.050 in 
sessions court Monday on 17 
counts of fraudulent tax eya- 
sion in connection with a 
party fund-raising scheme. 

In handing down the sen¬ 
tence, Judge Yvon Roberge 
said that “it is only after long 
hesitation . . . that I decided 
to impose a line only.” 

Roberge lectured Rondeau, 
dressed in a grey-checked 
suit, on what he described a* 
the gravity of his otfencs 
which he said involved “be¬ 
traying the confidence of 
those who elected him.” 

He said the sentence must 
be “the most severe” in the 
case of “political men who 
circumvent for political ends 
the laws which they them¬ 
selves have passed.” 

The judge noted in particu¬ 
lar that Rondeau committed 
the crime with premiditation 
and that he was at “a high 
level In the hierarchy . . . and 
one of the instigators erf the 
affair.” 

Rondeau was charged last 
September along with Eudore 
.Mlard, Social Credit MP tor 
Rimouski, and 16 members of 



Rondeau 
. . ‘betrayar 


the party’s (Quebec wing with 
defrauding the federal gov¬ 
ernment of a total of $98,610. 

However. Rerf^erge noted 
that the MP had not obtained 
any personal financial bene¬ 
fits from the fraud. Rondeau 
was convicted on 17 charges 
last week. 

After being sentenced. Ron¬ 
deau remained in a court 
chamber with his lawyer for 
almost an hour until many of 
the group (rf waiting reporters 
had left. 

When he cmciged. his only, 
comment was: “I want to be 
left in peace. That’s clear 
enough, isn’t it?” 


fire went into effect at 9 p.m. 
Sunday,” a military spoken 
man in Cairo said. 

"Our forces are strictly ob¬ 
serving the ceasefire order.” 

In Rome. Ubyan Ambas¬ 
sador Kadri El Atrash torfd a 
news conference fighting was 
still going on at the A1 Kufra 
oasis, nearly 100 miles inside 
Libya, with Egyptian iiara- 
troopers trying to occupy the 
area. 

He said Libyan forces rout¬ 
ed I^yptian paratroopers 
from the A1 JagMiub oasis, 
capturing some and sending 
the others fleeing into the 
desert A1 Jaghfoub is'^ miles 
inside Libya. 

Cairo ra(ik) said Sunday 
night that aU Egyptian forces 
withdrew from liibyan soil 
after Sadat ordered an imme¬ 
diate end to hoi^litiefi. 

The Palestine Liberation 
Organization announced here 
Monday that the shuttle diplo¬ 
macy of PLO leader Yasser 
Arafat resulted in a three- 
point ceasefire on both sides. 
No details were announced. 

Reporters have be«t barred 
from the 800-mile-long desert 
frontier since fighting erupted 
six days ago. There has been 
no independent confirmation 
of confU^ng claims about the 
fighting issued by Libya and 
i^gypt. 

The Libj-an ambassador in 
Rome said there could be no 
ceasefire until Algerian Pres¬ 
ident Houari Boumedienne. 
nlio has been acting as medi¬ 
ator along with Arafat, re- 
imrts back to Libyan leader 
0>1. Moammar Khadafy. Bou¬ 
medienne visited first Tripoli. 


then Egypt in his mediation 
attempt. He left Egypt tor 
Tripoli on Monday. 


Inside 

Oltawa fights back 
in battle of words 
—Page 3 

ICBC controversy 
takes new twist 
—Page 7 

ISew bill aims 
to save heritage 
—^Page 20 

Anglers protest 
derby handicaps 
—King Fisheiman, 21 



Page 

Background 

5 

Bridge 

26 

ClHNHified 

25-.S6 

< omict 

21 

CrasHword 

!8 

Editorials 

4 

Entertuinmeut 

23 

Family 

19 

I‘'lDaoce 

10. II 

King Mshennan 

21 

Murine ('alcmiar 

6 

Pro\1nc)al Onirl 

6 

Sirarta 

14-17, 2t 



The RCMP has launched a 
full investigaticxi into possible 
fraud charges at the Insur¬ 
ance Oprp. of B.C. and will 
tr>' to find oat how confiden¬ 
tial documents got into the 
hands of the NDP — Ctaca- 
-tioo Mlnbter Pat McGeer, tlw 
roan la ckarge of ICBC. 

The RCMP has not 
launched a full investigation 
into fraud allegations at ICBC 
or into the missing documents 
— Henior RCMP oCfloere In 
Vanoonver and Victoria. 

Responsibility for the 
launching ot a full fraud 
investigation and the missing 
confidential file documents 
lies with Attorney-General 
Garde Gardom — David Bar¬ 
rett, William King. Alex Mat'- 
dooald. all niembera of the 
NDP Oppoeition. 

Responsibility for the 
launching erf a fraud case lies 
with ICBC, not the attorney 
general — Attorney • Creneral 
Oarde Gardom and McGeer. 

A fraud case could be or¬ 
dered started by the attorney- 
general : it could also be insti¬ 
tuted by the directors of 
ICBC: — Senior RCMP of- 
fictals In Mrtorla and Van- 
couv'er. 

Two meetings have been 
held between the RCMP and 
ICBC regarding the possible 
investigation of the fraud and 
misslr^ paper incidents » 
MoGeer. 

No request for the launch¬ 
ing of an investigatiem into 
the charges mentioned and 
"there has been no complaint 
to my knowledge.” — Senior 
non-eommiavioned officer, 
Lower Mainland RCMP. 

“It is my understanding 
that two meetings have been 
held, that the RCMP commer¬ 
cial fraud squad is involved, 
that there will be more meet¬ 
ings tomorrow (today) and I 
want you to know that I would 
like to see a full, awesome, 
sweeping investigation into 
this entire file issue. But 1 
don’t command the RCMP, I 
don’t order them around. I'm 
just telling you what has hap¬ 
pened to my knowledge.” — 
McGeer. 

And that is the way the 
ICbC — Surrey Dcxlge — 
George Kerster — missing 
files saga looked late Monday 
night as the Legislature con¬ 
tinued to batter away at 
-McGeer with charges <rf in¬ 
competence. 

During the course of the af¬ 
ternoon and late evening de¬ 
bate. McGeer told the house 
that an RCMP investigation 
had been started last Friday. 
That statement was chal¬ 
lenged by the NDP who made 
their own telephcxie checks to 
the RCMP an<i could trace no 
evidence that a full investiga¬ 
tion was under way. 

Under discussion is the set¬ 
tling of a claim made by Sur¬ 
rey Dodge in 1976. The NDP 
deims paymem was made to 
the automobile company after 
tmdue pressure api^ied by 
Kerster (SC—Coquitlam). 

For close to two weeks now, 
the NDP has been tabling a 
steady stream of docunient.s 
from ICBC claims files invoh - 
ing the case. McGeer claims 
those documents were stolen: 
the New DemcKrats claim 
they were handed to them by 
responsible citizens concerned 
with IC!3C mismanagement. 



McGeer 
‘NDP mysterj’ 


Alex Macdonald reminded 
the house that former U.S. 
president Richard Nixon tried 
to stifle people who leaked 
ilocuments of public impor¬ 
tance during the e^ly days of 
Watergate. He said there was 
a similar cover-up in B.C. re¬ 
garding the ICBC claims and 
alleged interference b> 
Kerster. 

McGeer blasted the NDP 
tor continuing to leak do(Hi- 
ments and ask questions 
about other files when simple 
questions to his office would 
provide them with any files 
they wanted to see. “raxnifing 
you use them in a responsible 
manner.” 

He told the house that the 
first time he he^ <rf the Sur¬ 
rey Dodge — Kerster incident 
was in May when he was “in¬ 
formed that the files had been 

Page 2 — >lcGeer 


Third suspect 
in teen deaths 


CHILLra'ACK (CP) — 
RCTMP in Penticton hare 
arrested a 26-yeer-old Van¬ 
couver man for questioning in 
connection with the shooting 
last Monday of two. p(KsH>)y 
four, teenagers just east of 
here. 

Police said the man. who 
fits the description given po¬ 
lice by the only known sur¬ 
vivor of the attack, was 
arrested early Monday and is 
being transferred to Agassiz 
for questioning. 

There were reports that a 
ring taken from the man was 
tentatively identified as one 
belonging to IS-year-oId Leola 
Guliker, one of two teenagers 
missing since the Incident. 
RCaiP in Penticton confirmed 
that a ring was taken from 
the man but wtxild not say to 
whom it belonged. 

Police said the man was 
taken into custody about 3 
a.m. Monday after local resi¬ 
dents had reported seeing 
someone fitting the descrii)- 
tktn of the suspected killer. 

He is the third suspect 
arrested in connection with 
the slayings. The other two — 
a Id-year-old man from Cal¬ 


gary arrested in V’ancouver 
^turday and a 28-year-oid 
man arrested in North Van¬ 
couver last week — were re¬ 
leased after questioning. 

Police are still looking tor 
Leola Guliker and Jerfm Den 
Hertog, 16, w1)o wore sitting 
with three others on the banks 
of the Fraser River last Mon¬ 
day night when a gunman ap¬ 
peared out of the bush and 
began slxxiting. 

Ed Menger. 15. ran to a 
nearby farmhouse but his 
brother Egbert and Evert Den 
Hertog. both 19. were shot. 
'Their bodies were recovered 
from the Fraser the next day. 

But police have found no 
trace of the two 16-year-oIds. 

A report frean a girl who 
said she saw two people in the 
truck the killer used to flee 
the scene has led police to 
consider the possibility* that 
one of the two might have 
been abducted and might still 
be alive. 

RCMP officers watched Sat- 
uixlay as 750 pe<^le gathered 
lor the funeral at Menger and 
Dan Hertog. The two youth* 
were buried side-by-side in a 
cemetery three miles east of 
here. 


Farmers win 
case for acre 


OTTAWA <CP‘ — The gT)v. 
ernment bowed to pressure 
from western farmers and 
•MPs Monday, amending its 
metric conversion bill so that 
grain producers can keef» 
using the acre as their official 
unit of land measurement. 

The Commons erupted witli 
cheers from (tonservative 
MPs as Len Marchand, min¬ 
ister resixmsible tor tlie bill, 
announced tlie change. West- 


Wolfe’s ads jumped the gun, NDP charges 


With one legislative hassle barely out of the 
way, and another referred to committee for study, 
NoiTnan Levi (NDP — Vancouver-BuiTard) 
started a third Monday. 

Last week the Legislature voted to uphold 
Speaker Ed Smith who had been challenged for an 
early itiling on a matter ot breach of privdl^e. 
Monday the house referred to committee the pre^ 
lem bf three MLAs who could be fitting while dis¬ 
qualified by the Constitution Act (see story page 7.) 

Before the Legislature broke for dinner, Levi 
asked for a ruling on the conduct of Finance 
Minister ENan Wolfe. 


Wolfe has a bill before the house to establish 
a new ci'own corporation to run the government’s 
computer seiwices. The bill, 44, is known as the 
Systems Act, It was introduced April 4 for first 
leading and at present still sits at that stage and, 
consequently, has not yet been debated. 

Over the weekend newspaper advertisements 
were published seeking applications for various 
data communication experts for the new corporation. 
The positions vacant were from manager down. 

And that, Levi said, is one affecting the privi¬ 
lege of the house because it assumes that a bill not 
yet debated will become law. In charging Wolfe 
with a breach of privilege, Levi asked the Speaker 


to i-ulc on the matter. 

Smith pixxnised to take the matter under 
consideration. 

The last membei- charged with breach of privi¬ 
lege was George Kerster, (SC — Coquitlam). 
Smith’s ruling that no breach of privilege had taken 
place led to charges of bias in the Speaker’s de¬ 
cisions and a formal motion of non-confidence in 
the Speaker. 

After two days of debate last Thursday and 
Friday the chair was t^eld. 

A member found ^ty of a breach of privilege 
faces penMties ranging from a reprimand fresn the 
Speaker to a jail sentence. 


ern MPs in all partias had 
argued against a controver¬ 
sial proposed change to sub¬ 
stitute the metric hectare for 
the acre. 

The metric conversion bill, 
one of the main stumbling 
blocks to a summer adjourn¬ 
ment for the Commons, vsas 
then given final reading with¬ 
out much debate. 

But though the government 
backed down. onoXkinserva- 
tive spokesman waK^tili bit¬ 
ter. \ 

Bill Kempling (PC — Hal- 
ton-Wmtwrelh) said officials 
of the government’s metric 
commiseiim had tried to mis¬ 
lead the minister, the Com¬ 
mons cOTimlttee and Parlia¬ 
ment into believing that farm- 
era wanted the change when 
in fact they did not. He called 
for a shake-up of the commis¬ 
sion. 

Marchand said later the 
amendment means that farm¬ 
ers now will measure their 
grain production in a combi- 
' nation of the imperial and 
metilc systems. 

Complete use of the metric 
system would provide for the. 
measurement of grain In met¬ 
ric tonnes per hectare. Now, 
they will measure grain in 
metric tonnes per acre. 



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l)esert war may hurt Reds 


Robin Hood charges 


Uyed becaus* of th« Robin 
Hood ihooling 

Andr*. L'Heureux. a vioe- 
preaident <rf the 165.000- 
member federation, said after 
the meeting that the CNTl^ 
would aak the oOO flour 
worker! from ail four mills at 
a rally today that they 
prolong their S’e^onth walk- 
nut until KoWn Hood vldses its 
mill and agrees to negotiate. 

Murlro said ha had no power 
to order Robin Hood to close 
the mill, but said he expected 
to meet with company of¬ 
ficials In Ottawa thcn^ to 
aee what action could he 
taken to ease "the current 
volatile climate. " 


h'roin 1 


Robin Hood was ths Dh)ect 
of the CNTU s anger long be¬ 
fore last Friday’s shootings. 
The company — the only one 
to maintain some production 
by using non-union workers — 
obtained a court injunction in 
March ordering the workers 
to end their walkout. 

When the walkout con¬ 
tinued. Robin Hood fired the 
strikers and hired replace- 
mentst 

’"Our pubitshed position Is 


that in the best interests of 
<!anada. Quebec, we're goins 
lo or>erate that mill. ’ Robin 
Hood president Logan Brown 
said in a teieplkme interview 
late Monda>'. 

The mill was closed Monday 
•so as not to be provocative ” 
he aaid. 

About 150 workers took part 
In a peaceful demonstration 
against the shooUngs ouUide 
the mill earlier In the day. 

In the Commons, NDP lead¬ 
er Kd Broadbent failed to gel 
the Commons to adopt a mo¬ 
tion asking the government to 
discourage companies from 
hiring armed, “semi-military 
personnel” during a strike. 


Ocean-crosser wants 
queen to sign his log 


GUERNSEY. Channel Is¬ 
lands — A Georgia music 
FiTofessor says the queen’s au¬ 
tograph would be reward 
enough for his solo 42-da>' 
voyage across the Atlantic in 
a 28-foot sloop. 

Edward Lormand. 41. said 
Monday he realized an audi¬ 
ence with Queen Elizabeth 
might be out of the question, 
“but one hting I really want is 
for her to sign the last page of 
my log.” 

He spoke after being reuniK 
ed with his damaged sloop. 
Ix)rmand*s Second Folly, in 
I kiemsey. 

•'Everybody’s treating m# 
lusl beautifully.” said I.or- 
mand. who set off June 11 
from Femandina, Fla. •Tve 


just had a meal fit for a king 
with the Belgian family on the 
next boat. Heal steak and real 
said. I would make the trip 
again Hist for these past 24 
hours.” 

Lormand. a music professor 
at Dekale Community OoIIege 
in Atlanta, said his trip went 
without incident until Satur¬ 
day night, when tus sloop was 
blown across the P^nglish 
Channel by a gale and hit a 
rock off the Lsle of Sark. 

”15 was only a bent rudder 
stock,” he said, “but it made 
it too dangerous to go in. ' 

On Sunday he attracted the 
attention of a passing boat, 
wiuch took him to St. Helier 
for the night. And on M<rtiday 
the Isle of Sark Shipping Co. 
towed his boat to Guernsey, 


where it was returned to him. 

Lormand said his wife Fran 
booked a flight to England as 
soon as she heard he arrived. 
"She's a great sailor herself 
and we’re going to work the 
boat back to America to¬ 
gether. ' ■ 

He said his eloop’s cargo 
included a gift of a pottery ;lar 
<-ontaitong 50 bicentennial dol¬ 
lars for the quern — “one for 
every state in the uion or 
two for every jp^r of her 
i-eign.” 

"She was made a queen 
\vhen I w'as a teenager. So she 
has always been very special 
to me.” he said. ”I thought 
maybe she would appreciate 
the way it was brought to 
her.” 


McGeer, police at odds 

I 


tampered with.” CAitaide the 
house he said that at' the 
.same time he was advised 
that the documents removed 
s. from the files were lo be pari 
of "a oiMicerted attack when 
the house oiiened” on June 13. 

McGeer also charged the 
NDP with deliberately mis¬ 
leading the public by trying to 
paint a picture of mystery and 
obstructionism. He said any 
member of the C)|>po8ition 
could have obtained all the 
answers they wanted when 
Norman Bortnick. vice- 
president and general manag¬ 
er. appeared before the Pro¬ 
vincial Public Account.^ Com¬ 
mittee. 

•‘He apr)eared before that 
committee.” McOer sairi. 
"He can be recalled, he can 
he called before the bar of 
this house.” He noted that the 
Opposition had made no at¬ 
tempt to do either. 

Barrett and Macdonald 
charged that McGeer had 
made the decision on an 
RCMP investigation on the 
spur of the moment Monday 
afternoon as the pressure for 
answers grew. 

McGeer .said that was non- 


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sense. He stood by hU claim 
that the ICBC and the RCMP 
had met FYiday and Monday, 
w’ould meet again tomorrow 
and that the RCMP would de¬ 
cide whether a criminal inves¬ 
tigation should follow. 

"They may decide thera 
isn't enough evidence to pro- 
ceetl with a criminal invea- 
tigation.” he said. "And ybu 
[XM)ple know that a man sh^d 
be presumed innocent until 
[iroven guilty. One way or 
another, if someone has de- 
Irauded the corporation, they 
are going to smoke them out. 
I have encouraged the cor¬ 
poration to show the T>otlce 
everything. If fraud is f'Hind. 
charges will be laid.” 

But he warned that charges 
may not t>e laid because (hero 
was no fraud. 

He said that if the charges 
repeated many times over the 
T>ast few days were- found to 
be untrue, the NDP members 
making those charges should 
resign their seats. 


Pat McGeer told Mac¬ 
donald. former attorney- 
gene r a 1 . he should be 
ashamed to sit in the Legisla¬ 
ture. 

"He sits there with instant. 
F>eTfect judgment.” McGeer 
said. “He knows the member 
is guilty. You of all people, a 
former attorney-general, 
stand up as prosecutor, judge 
and jury. The-attstude is vi¬ 
cious and unprincipled.” 

McGeer said • Macdonald 
had made a' lot of charges In 
the Legislature “and If the>' 
are true, someone will be up 
on a charge of fraud. If 
charges are laid the judgment • 
of guilt or innocence will be 
made in a (voiirt of lawl'not by 
you.” McGeer shouted at 
Macdonald. "You are tup- 
posed to be the champion «)f 
the people, you are hypocriti¬ 
cal.” 

McGeer was ordered lo 
withdraw ihe charge that, 
Macdonald was hypocritical. 
'Til dp that.” .McGeer said. 
'1 should not pass personal 
opinions on matters like that, 
I'll leave that to others.” 


The Weather 


July 1977 

Mainly sunny. Morning 
cloudy periods near the coast 
and a chance of a shower in 
the early morning and late af¬ 
ternoon. Winds light to moder¬ 
ate westerly. Monday's pre¬ 
cipitation nil. Sunshine 14 
hours, 18 minutes. Record 
high and low at Victoria. 22 
and IL Today's forecast high 
and low 25 and 11. Today's 
sunrise 5:40: sunset 8:59: 
moonrise 5:28 p.m.: moonsei 
1:56 p.m. Wedneeday outlook: 
mainly sunny. 

East coast of Vancouver l.s- 
tand — Mainly sunny. Morn¬ 
ing cloudy periods and a 
chance of showers or thunder 
showers in early morning and 
late afternoon. Wind.s light., 
Monday's precipitation nit. 
Jsecorded high and low* at 
Nanaimo 27 and 12. Forecast 
high and low 24-28 and U-i:;. 
Wednesday outlook: mainly 
sunny. 

West coast of VarTcoUver Is¬ 
land: Extensive low cloud and 
tog along the coast with oc¬ 
casional drizzle. Becoming, 
sunny inland. Winds light 
northwesterly. Forecast high 


and knv at Tofino IT. Wednes¬ 
day outlook: little change. 

.North coast of Vancouver 
Island — .Mainly sunny except 
a few' periods of drizzle with 
fog and low’ clouds along the 
l oa.st. Hjgh.s 19 to 28. Wednes¬ 
day outlook: .Mostly cloudy. 

E.xtended outkiok. Wednes¬ 
day through FYiday Gener¬ 
ally dry. Above normal tem¬ 
peratures. Highs 19 to 27. 
l>ows 6 lo 11. 


Comes 

williams Lake 
Mackenzie 
Blue River 
Dawson City 
Whitehorse 
□ease Lake 
Fort Nelson 
Fort St, John 
Peace River 
Yellowknife 
Injvik 
Seattle 
Sookane 
PortlanO 
San Franc'see 
Los Angelas 
Phoenix 
Las Vagai 
Chlrago 
New York 
Miami 


76 72 — 


Halifax 

FreUtrIcton 

Charlottttewn 

AAontreel 

Ottawa 

Toronto 

North Bav 

Thunder Bav 

Kenora 

Winnipee 

The Pas 

Churchill 

Brandon 

Resina 

Saskatoon 

Prince Aioert 

North Battletord 

Swi't Current 

Mi^icine Hat 

LethQridae 

CalQarV 

Edmonton 

Cranbroek 

Cas.le^ar 

Penticton 

ReveivtoKe 

Princeton 

vancoui^er 

Prince RuDort 

Terrace 

Stewart 

Port HarHv 

Tofino 


iTides listed ere 
Pacific Standard Time) 


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Kidnap 

trio 

cops 

a plea 

OAKLAND. Calif. (API — 
Three men charge with tha 
bizarre kidnapping last year 
of a busload of Chowcbilla 
school children and their driv¬ 
er pleaded guilty Monday to 
27 counto of kiiknp for nan- 
some. but said they would 
stand trad on five more seri¬ 
ous charges. 

In eiLchange for the guilty 
pleas, prosecutors drxHHTed 18 
counts of armed robbw cov¬ 
ering personal items taken 
from the kidnap victims 
TTie t hr e e F rederick Woods. 

25, James Schoenfeld, 25. and 
his brother, Richard, 24 — re¬ 
tained their pleas of not guilty 
to five i'ounta of kidnap with 
bodily harm, a charge That 
carries a majdmum sentence 
of life imprisonment without 
possibility of parole. | 

Maximum sentence for Idd- ^ 
nap for ransom is Hfe In pris- ' 
on. with parole a postobflity. 

Outside court, defence law- ; 
yer Edward Merrill said the I 
defendants had waived their | 
right to a jury trial on the 
bodily harm issues and the 
cast would be heard before a 
judge. 

“The crux of the matter Ims 
always been bodily harm,” tie 
said. “There has never been 
any question about whether or 
not they were guilty of kid- , 
napping.” 

On July 15. 1976. the 26 
school children and their 
driver were ordered off the 
school bus by masked men 
who herded them into vans 
and drove them 95 miles 
north lo Livermore. 

There they were imprisoned 
in a buried van for 18 hours 
until they clawed ttieir w:ay 
out. ' 

‘Looters 

urenH 

animals^ 

WASHINGTON fUPIl 
Housing Secretary Patricia 
Harris said Monday New 
York City’s blackout looting j 
was a naming which could i 
not be dismissed "as the be- ; 
havior of animals.” 

New York’s night of looting, . 

. site told the Urban l^eague an¬ 
nual convention, "shows why | 
we must have an urban pro- | 
gram commitment.” 

A move to eliminate govern- j 
ment subsidized housing has j 
been sidetracked by public | 
opinion, she said, and the pro- | 
grams "are alive, reasonably j 
well and getting belter." 

President Carter told the i 
convention: "We are con- | 

< emed about the rebuilding of ■ 
American cities. We’ve asked | 
S5 billion for new formulas on 1 
hou.sing: 5200 million for pri- ' 
vale daycare system.” 

Mrs. Harris called the vio¬ 
lence in the ghettos of New 
York "a reminder of the hot, 
violent summer” of 1967. 

"The response of ofiinion 
leaders Mho focused on the 
i)ehaviorai effects and ignored 
(he social causes is a gruri I 
reminder that a great amount | 
of work must be done to edu- I 
cate people about the reality ' 
of distressed urban areas. 

Somalis 

seize 

towns 

NAIROBI <UPI) Somali- 
backed guerrillas Monday 
claimed they seized three 
Ethiopian towns, killing "a 
large number of troops" and 
capturing more than 1,000 
prisoners in one of the 
fiercest battles of the two- 
month Ogad^ desert war. 

In a Mogadishu Radio 
broadcast, the IVeRtem Soma¬ 
li Liberation Front said its 
guerrillas' captured Gbde, 
Kebri Debar and Werder. 

Ethiopia admitted large 
areas were captured, but said 
not 

guerrillas — staged the as¬ 
sault. 

"In the fighting a large 
number of Ethiopian troops 
were killed, many retreated 
and many surTwidcrcd” Mo 
gadishu Radio said. 

In Mogadishu, officials said 
fighting for the towns took 
place in the last few days and 
ihe prisoners were stiU with 
the hnnt in the Ogaden. 


CAIRO (UPI* Iniense 
mutual hatred betwatn Egyp¬ 
tian President Anwar Sadat 
and Libyan leader OdI. Moam- 
mar Khadafy sparked the tw» 
Arab nations' six-day desert 
war. but the border clashes 
have more serious Implka- 
ilons for the So\1et Union. 

The fighting is the meet 
firomlnent in e series of bet- 
ilea egainst Soviet aspirations 
to instill Marxist or Marxist- 
sympathizing regime^^ wher¬ 
ever ixMSible in Africt.' 

.Sadet has vowed to “teach 
Khadafy e lesson he will 
never forget.” and admitted 
ii^yptian kMses are accept¬ 
able if It U true that Ubya s 
forward positions along the 
B05-mile border have been 
badly bettered. 

Libya’s claims to have 
downed more than a dozen 
Egyptian warplanea uid an- 
rrihilated” 7.000 troop# are 
generally taken by Weetem 
obeervers In Cairo to be ejcag- 
gerated. 

But whatever the coat to 
Egypt end Ubya. it certainly 
appears that the Kremlin has 
had its noee bloodied once 
more in the lutest round of the 
battle for Africa. 

Sadat hopes the Ubyans 
themselves will overturn Kha- 
defy as a result of the border 
war, but behind that is the 
belief a moderate regime will 
tell the Russians, who have 
poured $1 Milton worth of mil¬ 
itary hardware into Libya in 
the past 18 months, to pack up 
and go home. 

No love has oeen lost be¬ 
tween Cairo and the Kremlin 
since Sadat told the 'Russians 
to do just that five years ago. 

After tha shock to the west 


and many neighboring Afri¬ 
can states of the Cuban- 
backed Marxist takeover in 
Angola last year, a temporary 
paralysis saemed to set in. 

The United States, still 
stung by Vietnam, watched in 
horror aa tha Cubans instoUed 
Agoetinho Neto in Luanda, but 
sat firmly on Its hands. 

Last March several thou¬ 
sand exiles living in Angola 
invaded Zeire’s c<toPcr-rich 
Shabe province and gr a bbed a 
Belgiunvaized slice of land. 

The Americans were slow 
again in coming to the aid of 


Zaire President Mobutu Sase 
Seko, who runs a chronically 
c(MTupt regime but is t dedi¬ 
cated antl-MarTdst. 

But then, after the United 
States promised ”non-lethaI” 
aid. Mobutu found himsdf 
with friends all over the 
place. 

Momcco's conservative 
King Haitan sent in LSOO 
troope, France supplied air¬ 
lifts. Belgium sent small 
arms. Egypt aent pilots and 
ground crews, the Centra] Af¬ 
rican Empire and Uganda <jf- 


fered troops, and even China 
backed Mobnutu in saying the 
backed Mobutu in saying the 
ban-inqjired. 

'Ihe invaders were pushed 
back and Mobutu has 
emerged in a strengthened po¬ 
sition. 


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Info war heating up 


Nmvi iMnrtCM 

OTTAWA — Tlie federal 
gtivemment hat established 
an information ?roup to 
counteract die “subversive 
propaganda" distributed by 
the government of Quebec. 
Prime Minister Ttudeau said 
Monday. 

“There was an election in 
the province ot Quebec of a 
government dedicated to the 
separation ot that province 
from the country,’* Trudeau 
told the House of Commons. 


'“nierej^ve been approxi¬ 
mately IP or 15 offices set up 
by that govenment across the 
province to convey infbrma- 
tkm favorable to separatism." 

TYudeau aald the federal go- 
verranent was co mbatti ng this 
with a grota> of 10 civil ser¬ 
vants assentoled in the state 
secretary’s department 
“whose sole purpose would be 
to ^strlbute material on the 
subject of Canadian unity." 

The prime minister rejected 
the suggestion of Ccxitorva- 


tive MF Allan Lawrence that 
the government was reviving 
Informa^ioo Canada, a gov¬ 
ernment information outlet 
which cost $7 million annually 
and was closed in an austerity 
move a year ago. 

Trudeau also endorsed a 
suggestion that the news 
media set up councils to aria- 
trate public complaints but 
warned that other measures 
might have to be taken if 
media self-dtsoipline fails. 

Responding to opposition 


questions, Trudeau told lha 
Commons that self-discipline 
of the media "electronic or 
otherwise ^ .-r- Is always Ihe 
preferred course, falling 
wWoh of course, discipltne 
has to be impo^ them 
which nobody likes." 

He was answering questions 
from Gordon Fairweather, 
Progr e ssive Conservative cri¬ 
tic of the CBC» about a 
suggestion that txroadoasters 
set up media councils to aihi- 
trate complaints. 


Flying licence approved 

Inuit take to air 


OTTAWA (OP) — Air Ihult 
on Monday became the 
first Inult-owned firm to get 
federal licences to provide air 
service. 

'The Canadian transport 
comntission announced it la 
granting Air Inuit authority to 
serve several northern Que¬ 
bec and Northwest Territories 
communities. The Eskimo 
firm would also have the right 
to provide air charter and 
specialty flying services from 
a base at Fort Qumo, Que. 

The federal and Quebec 
governments both intervened 
in the transport ctNumission 
review of noilhem Quebec air 
service. 

The federal Indian affairs 
department offered support to 
Air Inuit’s application and the 
Quebec government pressed 
the commission to grant seiv 
vice in northern Quebec to a 
Quebec-based company. 

Transport commission of¬ 
ficials said there are two or 
three small Indian-owned air 
services. But Air Inuit was 
the first EiWmoowned ser¬ 
vice to gain a federal air U- 
c«tce. 


Pension 
cheques 
wifl move 
—Blais 


OTTAWA (CP) — Post¬ 
master-General Jean-Jacqvies 
Blais said Monday an estimat¬ 
ed 400.000 Canada Pension 
Plan cheques will be 
processed at the Ottawa poet 
office de^ite a five-day wild¬ 
cat strike by many regular in¬ 
side postal workers. 

Blais said in the Commons 
that r'iO regular employees, as 
well as casual woricere hired 
through manpower centres, 
were working through a teck- 
log of mail. 

The Ottawa local ot the Ca¬ 
nadian Union of Postal 
Torkers, which walked out 
Thursday to protest the use of 
non-union casuals, has about 
1,600 members. 

The post office said It will 
ask for an injunction from the 
Federal Court to end the 
walkout. 

Blais said In the Commons 
that he hopes meetings can 
take place with the union 
local to bring the service back 
to normal. 

Post offices In Ottawa were 
closed Monday but some mail 
was being delivered in the 
city. 

Maurice Monette, vice- 
president of the local, said no 
meetings with poet <^ce 
managers were planned. 
Local members would wait 
for an injunction before tak¬ 
ing any action. 

Mcsiette disputed the gov¬ 
ernment's figures for the 
nuraiber ot employees et work, 
saying only 20 to 25 members 
reported for work Monday 
and only half of 250 casuals 
hired by the poet office actu¬ 
ally crossed pideet lines. 


Protesters 
barred 
from U,S. 

VANCOUVER (CP) — Unit¬ 
ed States immigration of¬ 
ficials et Blaine, Wash., 
mov^ Monday to Imr as na¬ 
tional securily risks seven Ca¬ 
nadian citizens seeking to 
enter the U.S. to protest the 
construction of the Trident nu¬ 
clear submarine base at Ban¬ 
gor, Wash. 

The seven Canadians, along 
witii six Americans, arrived 
at the border crossing point at 
.10 a.m. with their banners 
and flag.s on a 16(^mile hike 
from Vancouver to Bangor on 
Puget Sound. 

The Americans were per¬ 
mitted to cross the border and 
Continue the hike. 


Air Inuit was launched by 
the Northern Quebec Inuit As¬ 
sociation vriiich is to receive 
substantial payments under 
the James Bay development 
agreement reached with the 
federal and Quebec govern¬ 
ments. The Inuit firm was not 
incorporated at the time pub¬ 
lic hearings were held last 
winter. 

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luk, Payne Bay, Koartak, Wa- 
keham Bay, Deception Bay, 
Sug^uk and George River in* 
Quebec and Port Burwell, 
N.W.T. 

In addition, Air Liuit will be 
allowed to operate air charter 
and specialty flying services 
such as flight training and 
aerial photograi^y. 


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PAGE 4 


TUESDAY. JULY M. 1177 


Canada short-changes refugees 


P REHGN AID is now costing Canada very close to 
the $1 billion annually Ottawa set as its target 
some two years ago. 

In its latest report, the Canadian International 
Development Agency — under whose direction and 
management such assistance programs fall — states 
that its disbursements should reach $961 million under 
a fixed cash ceiling of NTS million during the 1976-77 
fiscal year. 

Contained in the same report is the information 
that the staggering debt burden of developing 
countries was a central issue at the Conference on 
International Economic CoKiperation held in Paris 
just over a month ago. 

On this subject CIDA reports: “fStatistics provided 
to Parliamentarians to allay concerns that Canada is 
contributing to the problem revealed that Canada will 
loan Third World countries some $431 million under 
the aid program in 1977-78 and receive back $4.8 
million in interest on old loans Outstanding loans now 
total $1.9 billion. 

"It is estimated that total foreign indebtedness of 
developing countries totalled $165 billion in 1976. and 
that the interest on this debt amounted to $17 billion 
"Virtuaily all of Canada's loans are provided at 
tero interest with repayment over 50 years." 

Among some of Canada's disbursements are. or 
will be. a $90 million contribution to Cameroon for the 
expansion of port facilities including a $10.36 million 
dredge; $35 million in assistance for integrated rural 
development, hydro-electric transmission and crop 
protection in Mali; $35 million to the World Bank for 
co-financing joint development projects: a $13 million 
loan to finance the electrical power and rail transport 
facilities of a cement-making complex in Tabligbo. 
Togo: a $2 million grant to Haiti under a special food^ 
and technical assistance program and a $7 million 
grant to the United Nations Fund for Population 
Activities. 

These, of course, are just a few of the many 
worthwhile ways CIDA is finding to help the less 
fortunate people of the world while, incidentally .'not 
employing Shylock tactics in the process 

Although most Canadians will react to this 
information on our foreign aid program with some 
pride and satisfaction it should be pointed out that the 
CIDA report contains one small but sour note. 


This note rates only part of one paragraph and 
reads: "The League (of Red Cross Societies) will also 
receive $230,000 for a housing program for returnees 
(sic) to Portugal from former Portuguese colonies in 
.Africa. The Portuguese government has been unable to 
deal with the 800.000 people (and the number continues 
to grow) returning from Africa " 

So sfhat? 

Well, here’s what: Is it not incredible that out of a 
one biliion dollar budget Canada can only spare a 
couple of hundred thousands to help meet the 
desparate plight of more than threeKpiarters of a 
million refugees from Angola and Mozambique? In the 
name of humanity cannot a little more than cents 
a head be provided for a tragic cause like this? 

Does Ottawa not understand that these refugees 
ISO misleadingly called ‘‘returnees” by CIDA) who are 
now homeless in Portugal were not jimketing tourists - 
who were enjoying a holiday under the tropical sun of 
Africa but ordinary Portuguese citizens leading 
ordinary lives in the lands which their forefathers 
developed and settled in more than two centuries ago’’ 

Does it not realize that these unfortunates are as 
much strangers to Portugal as the average third or 
fourth generation Canadian would be to the original 
homeland of his ancestors? 

Apart from this there is another important aspect 
which must be recognized. It is this; Canada owes 
these refugees something because of the role It played 
in the Sovlet-(?uban takeover of Angola which forced 
the Portuguese settlers to flee. 

The Omadian involvement In the affair is a simple 
one. At the time of the Angolan crisis (Canada made a 
$10 million loan to Cuba and also gave the Castro 
regime $2.7 million in technical assistance. 

Ontario Conservative MP Bill Kemping — a man 
who has made a considerable study of the African 
situation — maintains that these Canadian dollars 
succeeded in releasing Cuban funds for Castro's 
Angolan forces. A very direct subsidy, he says, for the 
Soviet-backed takeover of the southern part of the 
rontinent. 

The multimillion dollar grant and loan to Cuba 
was. of course, made through CIDA — the same 
organization that now can only find a few paltry 
dollars to help the 800.000 victims of Castro’s African 
war machine 



“I came out here for some peace of mind — stop bringing np the 
national imity issne!” 


OttawaOffbeat 


It's fashionable to blame the English 


Some answers are expected 


I T'S TOO SOON to call it a scandal: but there is a 
growing suspicion that a number of British 
Columbia's registered nurses are abusing the 
protection provided by unemployment insurance 
Health Minister Robert MclHelland disclosed on 
July 15 that the new extended care hospital at 
University of B.C. had been able to hire only 15 of the 
60 nurses required. 

A spokesman for Canada Manpower said in 
Vancouver on Friday last that as many as 54 nurses 
may lose their unemployment insurance benefits if an 
adjudication now in progress goes against them. 

He said 84 nurses were referred to the hospital but 
only four were hired, 

’The question is an incredulous: Why” 

Manpower said UBC would not accept some of the 
referrals because the nurses lived too far away. But 
that was not true in all cases. In fairness to ^eryone 
concerned the hospital should immediately explain 


why only four of the applicants were found suitable 
And somebody should also explain why the majority of 
(he 300 beds in the new hospital are still empty because 
no nurses are available. 

The names of 28 persons who refused 
employment at the hospital are in the hands of the 
adjudicators; and the names of another 36 with whom 
no contact could be made are also listed for 
examination and possible removal from 
unemployment insurance rolls. 

Wfhy was It not possible to make contact? 

The unemployment insurance officers just don't 
know. 

Ihe public, who pays the shot, would like some 
answers; from the hospital, as to why only four of 84 
referrals were acceptable; from the nurses' referral ser¬ 
vice of the Registered Nurses' Association: and finally 
trom the unemployment insurance office itself for the 
cause of this confusion and sad jack of communication 
with its beneficiaries 


Britain and France make EEC life difficult 


I'here was always a suspicion 
that the French finally let Bn- 
lain into the European 
Economic Community (EEC' 
simply because they were tired 
of taking all the blame for 
obstructing things. They knew 
the English well enough (hav¬ 
ing had an intense love-hate 
relation with them for 500 
vearsl. to be sure that London 
would be just as selfish and 
as jealous of national in¬ 
dependence in the Common 
Market as Paris had ever been 

Since it finally got into the 
EEC in 1973. Britain has gone a 
long way towards taking 
France's place as the principal 
obstacle in the path of Euro¬ 
pean unification. Not that 
Paris has any more desire than 
London to surrender any 
national sovereignty for the 
sake of building a European 
federal state. Now. however, it 
can let London do most of the 
running and lake most of the 
blame. 

★ ★ ★ 

London is doing a Hne job. At 
every level, the Little 
Englanders, with their deep 
distrust of all things continen¬ 
tal. are still alive and kicking. 
They have already ensured that 
the first direct elections to a 
European parliament cannot 
take place as planned next May 
or June. 

Popular British suspicion 
of the Common Market is 
not unconnected with the 
traditional insular belief that 

wogs begin at Calais 


By UWYNNK DYER from Britain 


There have been several re¬ 
cent examples of successful 
British selfishness which would 
embarrass even the French 
government London is paying 
only an eighth of the Com¬ 
munity budget instead of the 
fifth originally agreed, for ex¬ 
ample, because its share was 
calculated before the pound's 
value plummeted last year. 
The figure cannot be read¬ 
justed without British consent, 
however, and l.nndnn will not 
<o-operate 

At a meeting last month the 
European Commission 
proposed a plan for sharing the 
cuts in oil consumption that 
would be needed in any future 
oil embargo, niey would start 
at 10 per cent, but could go 
higher and extend to other 
forms of energy, the petroleum 
thus saved being shared out 
between the members equally 
Britain, which will soon be 
self-sufficient in oil. flatly 
refused to go beyond 10 per 
cent. 

Next spring, when everybody 
else Is ready to hold the first 
direct elections to the Euro¬ 
pean parliament — even 
France has now passed the 
necessary legislation — they 
will not Uppen simply because 
Britain Is not ready It may 
never beveady 

The reason is British 
domestic politics If the elec¬ 
tions are held under the present 


British electoral system, 
whose results greatly exag¬ 
gerate the popular mood, tbm 
the Labor party wouM win 
scarcely a dozen of Britatn's 81 
European seats. The Labor 
government has offered parlia¬ 
ment the alternative of 
adopting a system of propor¬ 
tional representation like those 
used almost everywhere on the 
continent, but that raises a 
grave problem for both the 
Ijbor and Conservative party 
leaderships 


The British winner-take- 
all" system of elections, which 
is almost universal in English 
speaking democracies, 
guarantees that government 
will alternate between two 
major parties. Hiird parties, 
like the Liberals In England, 
can win up to a fifth of the 
votes nationally. Yet they gel 
only 2 or 3 per cent of the teats 
because they have not got 
- enough local support to win in 
individual constituencies 
Life is hard for the weak, and 
normally the Liberals would 
just have to put up with it. Ob¬ 
viously. neither of the big par¬ 
ties would ever voluntarily 
change the electoral system 
that gives them a inofiopoly of 
government. But early this 
spring the Labor government 
lost its majority in parliament 


at a time when it knew from 
the public opinkm polls that it 
would lose an election very 
badly. 

The Labor government dis¬ 
covered a kind of life after 
death, thanks to a pact with the 
handful of Liberal members in 
Parliament. One of the terms 
of the agreement, though, was 
that the European elections 
should be held in Britain on the 
basis of proportional represen¬ 
tation Tbe Liberals hope (hat 
it would set a precedent for a 
similar reform in the domestic 
electoral system, and let them 
back into the jtower game on a 
jiermanent basis 
Everybody else sees that too. 
however, so it is unlikely to 
happen The hostility of the 
rank-and-file in both major 
jiarties is likely to doom the 
method of proportional 
representation for the 
Europeat electiaa. Thereupon 
the Liberals would desert their 
pact with the govemment.all 
which would probably fall. 
There would then have to be 
British electioni. and at least a 
year's delay before a new bill 
authorizing European elections 
could be passed by London. 

By that time, we may expect. 
Britain's partners will be get¬ 
ting rather tired of its antics, 
but there is little they ran do 
about it. The case is not really 
all that different from France, 
though London’s behavior 
towards tbe Community has 
been even more high-handed 
recently 


Enraging though it, may be. 

It has bet^e fashionable for 
senior members of the federal 
establishment, including 
cabinet ministers, to blame 
English-speaking Canadians 
for the (Juebec crisis. 

Prime Minister Trudeau has 
said it and his cabinet lieu¬ 
tenants are repeating that the 
rise of resentment in ()uebec. 
leading to separaUam, can be 
directly linked to the indif- 
lerence of English Canadians 
to French language rights. 

What so enrages Douglas 
Alkenbrack, veteran Conser¬ 
vative MP for the Eastern On- . 
tarlo UnItM Bmplra Loyalist 
riding of Frontenac-Addlngton. 

IS that English "Indifference” 
not only was acesptsd but ex¬ 
pected and even encouraged by 
the French. 

* * ♦ 

His Lake Ontario shore 
riding is not so far from the 
(Juetiw border that he hasn't 
been able to watcb it all hap¬ 
pen 

English Canadians are be¬ 
ing told that it is their fault — 
that if they had given the 
French the same right as the 
French gave the English in 
Quebec — all would be national 
sweetness and interprovincial 
light. 

Dare to disagree — or even 
worse, mention what's happen¬ 
ing these days to English 
language rights in Quebw — 
and automatically, says 
Douglas Alkenbrack. you 
qualify as an anti-French bigot. 

So instead of facing reality, 
the government. 110 years 
down the road since Con¬ 
federation, is witch-hunting. 

It may come as such a shock 
to some federal leaders, sug¬ 
gests Mr. Alkenbrack. that 
FYench language rights have 
not become more widely ac¬ 
cepted solely because of the 
very attitude of so many 
French-Can ad ians 

So instead of attacking the 

intolerant" English, he 
believes, they should be ex- 


By MCHARO JACKSON 


amhnng the recoed of history 
li Que^. 

sistad to thoee earlier gene ra - 

For had the grandpareDti 
and great-grandpareats in¬ 
sisted in tlxna earlier genera 
tions on French language 
rights, as hard as their deacen- 
dantsi do now, there never 
would have been an issue and a 
(Juebec crisis. 

Fact of history is that before 
1960 when Premier Jean 
Lesage brought on the “()iilet 
Revolution'’ in (JueBne, inoet 
French-Canadians were quite 
content to speak Engllth Inside 
and Mtside that protdnce. 

EngUah was the tahguage of 
work and play to Montreal — 
now the heaitbeat of Quebec 
separatism — as much at 
French. 

Not only wat French ac¬ 
cepted. it was taken for 
granted 


English was spoken by 
French Canadians to French 
CanKhant and was not simply 
a tecood language of con¬ 
venience nMd in talking to 
Engiiah CanadUns who some 
federal leadera now are 
stigmatixing as too lazy or ig¬ 
norant to become bilingual 

* k * 

Therefore tbe English in 
Quebec now being pilloried by 
some federal bureaucratic ex¬ 
tremists aa "Westmount 
Rhodesians” felt no compul¬ 
sion to learn French, There 
was even leas reason to do so in 
the other provinces where 
now in the small but militant 
French enclaves of Ontario. 
New Brunswick, the Prairies 
and even the West Coast, the 
language pressure is mounting 
against the "insensitive" 
English 


None of this la to argue that 
lha French shouldn't have 
every right to apeak their 
language inside and outside 
Qu^iec. 

-e- k * 

It is only to point out that if 
everything Isn't exactly to the 
liking of the French, blame not 
the English but rather the in¬ 
difference of earlier genera 
tions in (Juebec which didn t 
seem to care. 

Whether the federal govern¬ 
ment likes it or not. Quebec 
was established as a bilingual 
province, and none of the 
others were. 

Douglas Alkenbrack' has 
nothing against French 
language rl^ta anysrtiere in 
the country, it’s Just the cur¬ 
rent blame-thc-English-for- 
the-wbole-bloody-mcss that 
riles him. 

And he's got a point 


Environmental factors upset 
weather all over the world 


Dissenting 

voices 

From the Winnipeg Free Press 

Undoubtedly there will be 
some fingers pointed at 
American entertainers such as 
Bob Dylan. Judy Collins. Joan 
Baez and Johnny Cash becaus^^ 
the Soviet Union is using 
recordings of their songs in a 
sort of tu quoque effort to 
prove that human rights are 
violated in the Unit^ Slates 
and that U S protestations 
about what goes on in the 
Soviet Union are. therefore, 
hypocritical 

No one should be surpriaed at 
this development.Every 
country has its diaaenters and 
it la only to be expected that 
those countries In other 
ideological camps should point 
to dissent in nations other than 
their own, 

. The West hat made much of 
Soviet diasentera in recent 
years. Now the Soviet is ex¬ 
ploiting American dissenters. 

One major difference, of 
course, is that the U.S. enter¬ 
tainers are still going around 
entertaining and. if they want 
to. singing their songs of dis¬ 
tent, whereas a good many 
Soviet dissenters have either 
been run out of the country, are 
in jail or lunatic asylums 


As Mark Twain once 
remarked, everyone talks 
about the weather but no one 
does anything about it. Just 
now proposals are in the wind,' 
with heat and drought upper¬ 
most in people's minds, that 
could at least make long-range 
weather prediction more of a 
sdience and less of a guessing 
game 

k k k 

The House is about to con¬ 
sider a bill, with every 
likelihood of passage, that 
would pull together all the 
widely scattered governmental 
(unctions concerned with 
weather. The bill's sponsor. 
Rep. George E. Brown Jr. 
Dem.-C^lif.. believes that this 
coordination will make it possi¬ 
ble to monitor long-range 
trends for prediction three 
months to advance of possible 
radical changes in weather pat¬ 
terns. 

For.example. the exceptional 
cold of last winter might have 
been predicted if research had 
been coordinated to make clear 
the shifts in the upper at¬ 
mosphere and their 
significance. With advance 
prediction, steps could have 
been taken to mitigate the 
worst consequences of the cold. 

Similarly, the prolonged 
drought in the U.S. Far West 
might have been anticipated by 
a three-month prediction at the 
outset, showing the shifting 
patterns in the upper at¬ 
mosphere ov^r the Pacific 
This might have obviated hasti¬ 
ly improvised measures and 
made possible a long-term 
program equajiting the 
hardships of the most stricken 
areas and those not to hardhit. 
k k k 

In the forefront of concern is 
how much man has contributed 
to damaging tbe environment 
opening the way to- radical 
changes to tbe weather. The 
national Academy of Sciences 
is completing a voluminous 
report on the concentration of 
carbon monoxide that helps to 
generate the smog hanging 
over urban areas. According to 
those who have seen advance 
copies of tbe summary of what 
will be a four-volume study, tbe 
principal offenders are 
automobile exhaust and the 


By MARQUIS OlILDS 
from Wathtogtoa 

smokestacks of industry that 
burn oil and natural gas. 

Changing over to coal, at 
President Carter has recom¬ 
mended. would create even 
more serious atmospheric 
hazards. Coal in combustloa 
releases sulphur-dioxide gat 
and sulphate particles. Inhal¬ 
ing these can cause respiratory 
diseases such as emphysema. 
By one estimate, the lifespan is 
tliereby shortened by as much 
as 15 years 

The concern is worldwide. A 
leading climatologist. Eugene 
Bierly. of the National Science 
Foundation, has just returned 
from a seminar on climate held 
in Leningrad in the Soviet 
Union. The Chief of the Soviet 
delegation. Prof. Makhail 
Budyko. also noted 
climatologist, believes that 
man-made dusts and gases are 
almost entirely responsible (or 
extremes of weather occurlng 
around the world. While the 
number of privately owned 
cars is small as compared with 
the United States, smog hat 
developed in Moscow in the 
past two or three years with a 
heavy charge ot carbonmonoxi 
ide. which becomes, when ex¬ 
posed to air carbon dioxide. 

Factors of which we are 
often blithely unaware are 
credited with changes in the at¬ 
mosphere. and therefore in the 
weather. One is the destruction 
of jungle vegetation An exam¬ 


ple it Brasil, srbera vast forest 
have been wiped out in tbe 
Amazon Batin by tha slash and 
burn method. This eras In an ef¬ 
fort to create farmland out of 
tha jungle. 

Bierly talks about the naive 
assumption that the climate is 
bound to be benign with only 
occcasional temporary aberra¬ 
tions. On the contrary, with 
man-made consequences in the 
population explosion forcing an 
ever more preslstent drive for 
food — at in tbe Amazon basin 
— the climate It likely to be 
ever less benign. , 

k k k I 

One concern of the 
climatologists it the 
uverheating of the earth's at¬ 
mosphere due in no small part 
to the realease of thousands of 
tons of carbon dioxide. What 
this can mean to the polar ice 
cap has long been a foremost 
consideration with those who 
follow the long-term trends of 
climatic change. Thus, If the 
melting of the Ice cap is ac- 
clerated, the consequences in 
rising ocean tides could be dis¬ 
astrous. On the eastern 
teabord It could mean wiping 
out ports, and even port cities. 

Talking about the heat, the 
humidity, the water shortage, 
which has now reached the 
parched east coast, is a preoc¬ 
cupation in this torrid tuimner. 
At least it helps to relieve the 
emotions. Whether advance 
predictions could have any 
result is still a question 


Today in History 

By The Caaadtoa Press 


Liberia was declared a 
republic 130 years ago today- 
in 1847. Ibe state had been es¬ 
tablished in 1822 when a settle¬ 
ment was made at Monrovia by 
Negro (reed men from tbe 
United States with the as¬ 
sistance of American coloniza¬ 
tion societies. Tbe Liberian 
constitution Is modelled aRer 
that of the United States. Its 
capital. Monrovia, is named for 
United States President James 
Monroe during whose term of 
office Liberia was founded. 

1879 — Theodore Robitaille 


was named lieutenant- 
governor of ()uebec. 

1894 — Aldout Huxley. 
English writer (Point (Counter 
PotoL 1988), wat bom. 

1952 — King Farouk of Egypt 
snts forced to abdicate by the 
coup d’etat of Oen. Mohammed 
Naguib and went Into exile in 
Italy. 

1968 — Egypt, nationalized 
the Sues Canal. 

1958 — The (Jueen bestowed 
the title Prince of Wales on lO- 
year-oM Prince Charles, belr- 
apparent to the throne. 


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Ddil^ COlOniOt Victon*. B.C.. Tue«Uy. July 26. 1177 J 


Jayewardene 
at 70 ready 
for battle 


By DALTON DE SILVA from Colombo 
CokMltt-Loi Aagdct Timet Service 


Tall, alwaya clad lo the white 
national drM of long flowing 
ahirt and wrap-around cloth. 
Sri Lanka’s next Prime 
Minister, .lunius Richard 
Javewardene. leader of the 
t'nited National Party (UNP), 
has been In politics for more 
than 40 vears 

^ teetotaller and devout Bud¬ 
dhist commonly known by hit 
initials as “R R.". he is 70 
vears old but looks younger and 
IS more alert and tougher than 
many younger men. 

Jayewardene. who liket 
citing rough and tumble 
pollllct. has served in the 
country’s legislature (or a 
longer period than anyone else. 

"My experience at a 
minister in valiant capacities 
and at leader of the opposition 
is unequalled by anybody else 
in the island. ' he proudly 
claims. 

As a young man. 
Jayewardene was inspired by 
the freedom movement in India 
led by Mahatma Gandhi. 
Jawaharlal Nehru and other 
leaders in the sub-continent. 

.M the age of S. he joined the 
Ceylon National Congress es¬ 
tablished 20 years earlier to 
obtain political reforms and 
strove to convert it into an 
organiiatlon to srin freedom 
from the British. 

When the congrees and other 
political organizations joined in 
' 1946 to form the United 
National Party, he was elected 
the first joint treasurer of the 
new party. 

Since then, he has held the 
posts of secretary, vice-presi¬ 
dent and now president and 
leader of the United Natloilal 
Party * 

iayewardene who began as 


a member of the Colombo 
Municipal Council in 1940. was 
first elected to the country’s 
Legislature, the then-State 
Council, three years later. 

Fighting m^ a jiolltical 
battle, he has been a member 
of Parliament ever since ex¬ 
cept for a period of five years 
betprailng in 1966 when he was 
defeated in a general election. 

He has been a member of the 
cabinet in every government 
formed by the United 
National Party. He has also 
been the leadw of the House 
(parliament) and acted for the 
prime minister on several oc¬ 
casions. When Ms party was 
out of posrer. be has been the 
chief opposition whip and 
leader of the Oppoaltkn. 

Jayewardene, thongh greatly 
interested in foreign Mtaira. 
says he srill give priority to 
solving domestic problems. “I 
shsll not try to solve the 
problems of two-thirds of 
mankind,” he said during Ms 
election campaign, taking a jibe 
at his opponM. Nrimayo Ban- 
daranaike. who wan prnj^ed 
as the leader of the nonaligned 
rrorld because she is the cur¬ 
rent chairman of the non- 
aligned movement. 

”1 shall not keep the same 
tempo as Mrs. Ban^ranaike in 
foreign affairs.” he said at an 
election eve news conference. 

In the forel^ affairs field. 
Jayewardene hit the headlines 
as far back as 1949 when he led 
the Sri Lanka delegatiin to the 
Japanese peace treaty 
meeting In San Francisco and 
came into confrontation with 
the Soviet Union’s Andrei 
Gromyko. 

Jayewardene's name is also 
bilked with the Colombo Plan 



Sri Lanka's new leader 

... rangh tamble paUtlcs 


which has pumped 646 HUion 
worth of capital and technical 
assistance into coantiiea In 
South and Southeast Asia since 
its inception 26 year ago. 

At a meeting of the Oom- 
monwealth prime ministers in 
Colombo in 1160. Jayewardene, 
along wttfa Sir Percy Spender, 
the then-Australlan external 
affairs minister, proposed a 
scheme to provide aid to South 
and Southeast Asia, which 
came to be known as the 
Colombo Plan. 

Jayewardene was elected 
leader of the United National 
party In 1973 on the death of 
Dudley Senawalake, the 
former prime minister. 

Since then he has revived the 
party fas he did following an 
election rout in 1956) to a posi¬ 


tion of strength with 18.000 
branches all over the country. 
Since takihg over, 
Jayewardene. with his shrewd 
political foresight, has tried to 
give a new Socialist image to a 
party that had earned the 
reputation of being a Westem- 
oriented capitalist party. 

A strict disciplinarian. 
Jayewardene proposed for¬ 
mulating a code of etMcs for 
his party members in Parlia¬ 
ment. 

”No favors or special con¬ 
sideration will be shown to 
anyone who Is guilty of bribery 
or similar misdemeanors.” he 
says. He has also condemned 
drunkenneas among mambets of 
Parliament, and said he would 
not tolerate such conduct, 
among his parliamentarians. 





Remote regions In Quebec want industry 


Bread-and-butter issues 
far outweigh separation 


To the editor 


r 


’in’77 




51 




French push 
political 

With reference to Education 
Minister Dr. Pat McGeer’s re¬ 
cent statement to the press 
dealliui with French In B.C. 
schools, I suggest Is at best 
submilled to blackmail from 
the Liberal government In Ot¬ 
tawa who uses the oU twist— 
you nib my back I’ll rub yours. 

Ottawa’s recent handout to 
help out In B.Cs stagnated 
economy has undoubtedly str¬ 
ings attached such as more 
French for B.C. schools. If not. 
no more extra millions from 
Ottawa. 

In view of the Quebec situa¬ 
tion since the November 19th 
election, this entire question of 
pushing more French is of 
course strictly poUtical. But I 
for one. and I’m sure the ma¬ 
jority of B.C. residents, should 
not go along with such a move 
in view of the fact that English 
has now been discontloned in 
Quebec elementary schools, 
even though there are 20 per 
cent EagUsb-speaklng Cana¬ 
dians in that p^noe against 
1.7 per cent French-speaking 
Canadians in tMs province. 

’The Quebec government does 
not accept the'federal govern¬ 
ment’s bilingual program. It is 
strictly French only. Conse¬ 
quently we must rej^ any in¬ 
crease in French in B.C. 
schools until that province ac¬ 
cepts English for what It is, the 
language of the majority In this 
country and North Arnica. 

From personal experience I 
know it IS not possible to 
become even reasonable 
bilingual regardless of the 
language In question, unless 
you live In the country wbere 
that language is spoken by the 
majority. Since English was 
not my mother tongue, the 
minister’s argument is not 
based pn fact, but federal 
government propaganda. 

A. CHRISTOFFERSEN, 
1286 Loenholm Road, 
Victoria. 

Greater force 

’The movie Star Wars has 
received wide acclaim rrith Its 
fantastic story of galactic 
civilization and interslellar 
battle. All great art Is valued 


because It pres e nts a level of 
truth. In Star Wars the Idea of a 
universal force, clooely linked 
lo consclousneas. Is that germ 
of truth. 

Such a force exists. 
Primevll, universal, fun¬ 
damental. It is recognized in 
the Christian Bible as the Holy 
Spirit. But the experience and 
application of this force, both 
hi evervday life and in realities 
far beyond that of Star Wan Is 
best revealed by reading any of 
I^l Twhcfells books. 

MICHAEL McGINNTS. 
4443 West 16th. 
Vancouver 

Spoiled brat 

I am at a loss trying to un¬ 
derstand bow yon could publish 
such an editorial as that of 
Saturday xnorning at the same 
time that you print The 
Creighton Analysis and 
Richard Jackson’s ra Stan 
Darling. 

I agree absolately with the 
Worthington and Jackson 
cohnnns. For too long Quebe c 
has been catered to, gfven-hi to 
and become the spoiled brat of 
Canada. 

If there Is to be a ref emdnm 
re the questlan of a province 
separating, let alt of Canada 
express Hs wishes. 

I disagree with your 
CTiamberiain approach — ap¬ 
peasement won't work. 
FRANCES N. CALVERT. 
9« Dsltas Road. 
VICTORIA. 

Christ in 

Re the letter True Faith bj 
Mr Abraham. 

You are shocked because 
half-baked theologians say 
Christ wasn’t God. “Christ was 
the son of God.” AD through 
the new testament Christ 
speaks of his Father — he told 
the people — 1 came to do my 
Father’s will. It cotdd well be 
over 100 times, that Christ 
mentioned his Father — God. 
Surely you read the new testa¬ 
ment of Christ Jesus. I invite 
you, Mr Abraham, to have a 
Christian’s talk with me. A 
true Christian is one that has 
Christ in, leaving out the A. 

CECIL W1L80N, 
1446 Fort St., 
Victoria. 


Bigger polluter 

In response to the Cowlehan 
Estnary Society news release. 

ITie petitlan preoented by the 
Dimcan-Cowichan Chambw of 
Commerce referred to In the 
news release was signed by 
over 2,000 people and I under¬ 
stand the refusal rate ins less 
than five per cent. 

This shows that the people 
here do favor deveiopnMnt of 
industry . Oat of a group of 1.000 
persons 990 are in favor of in¬ 
dustrial development. 

Finally the pendulum has 
started to swing back to sanity 
and there are now some 
persons who are willing to 
stand up to the minority no 
growth groups: some of these 
people are counter picketing 
the no growth demonstrators. I 
bm we see more of that here. 

We have enough scenery, 
what we need are sorrw Jobs. 
Obviously me sileiit majority It 
aware of the fact that “the big 
pollution Is nnempioyment”. 

G. F. HOW8E, 
Box 1017, 
Doncsn. B.C. 


Dog owners 

I am writing this letter 
because I feri it Is time that 
some attentioo is paid to the 
deplorable state of affairs 
regarding dogs in Victoria, or, 
more sp^flcally, dog owners. 

I realize that some dog 
owners in this city do take full 
responsIMlity for their pets, in 
that they keep them in their 
own yards, wMk them on a 
leash, and do nbt allow them to 
defecate anywhere but In their 
own yard, or, should the deed 
occur elsewhere, will cooscien- 
tiously scoop up the mess. Such 
owner, I would suggest, are a 
minority. It increasingly 
astounds me that dog owners 
do not see such behavior as the 
accepted norm. 

I have been forced to give up 
running in town because of the 
number of dogs on the loose, all 
of whom seem to see a natural 
enemy in a running person. 
This, added to the fact that one 
must coiBtantly be on the knk- 
out for dog droppings, takes 
away all the Joy one can ex¬ 
perience in running. I do not 
see why I have to put up with 


this sort of tHng. or has Vic¬ 
toria gone lo the dogs? 

I am not a dog ownar, not 
because I dislike dogs, but 
because I am owav all day, and 
do not have the time or 
taclllUes to which I fsai a pet Is 
entitled. 

It is time that dog owners are 
forced to face the respon¬ 
sibilities that come with bslng 
a pet owner. Dog owners of 
Victoria — clean np yoor act! 

8. E DAY, 
1241 McKenzie SI., 
Victoria. 

Gain tribute 

It was Interesting to read of 
the retirement of Don Gain as 
Church Editor of the Coionist 
and Times, but I feel no little 
concern over the loaa it repre- 
senU to those of os who have 
lad the pleasure and very real 
benefit of associatlm and deal¬ 
ing with Mm throagh the years. 

I am Impelled to testify 
pr^ly of my deep apprecia¬ 
tion of and best thanks lor all of 
the kindly, coartaoas and 
generous consideration 
laitMuIly given in my many 
contacts with Mm, maiaty on 
behalf of the Gideons, Chris¬ 
tian Business Men’s Associa¬ 
tion. mmmer evening Gospel 
Services in Beacon Hill Park 
and the annual Community 
Easter Sunrise Service. Consis¬ 
tent with his personal qualities, 
the material he has written and 
published has been MvariaMy a 
great credit to Mnnelf and the 
ue wspap e rs, and certaiidy most 
satisfying and helpful to me 
and to associates in thepromo- 
tioo of worthy causes. 

Mr. Gain retires with the 
warm esteem end gratitude of 
people on every hand. 

M. FRANK HUNTER, 
1220 Dnlloa Road, 
Victarta. 

No sense 

May I add my protest to 
those who already have voiced 
theirs regarding the proposed 
Victoria General Hospital ex¬ 
pansion to Helmcken Road.. 

I could take five chapters, 
but I'll do it in five words—It 
Does Not Make Sense. 

BRYCE R. COZENS, 
1626 Ross St., 
Victoria. 


The Chambre de Commerce 
president smiles thinly at men¬ 
tion of his northwestern 
Quebec area’s 20 per cent un¬ 
employment rate. 

"Here it Is accepted as part 
of the system/’ says Dmis 
Dufour of Rou^. ”If you had 
that rata In Montreal, you 
would have a revolution.” 

In the Montreal area, last 
November’s election of a Partt 
Quebecois government sudden¬ 
ly changed the political, social 
and economic climate of the 
metropolis. Ideological debates 
over language rii^ts and in¬ 
dependence make daily 
headlines in the big city media. 

Recent interviews indicate, 
however, that in many of the 
proyince’s more remote 
regions, bread-and-butter is¬ 
sues by far outweigh concerns 
over independence and 
language. 

With the exception of the 
greater Montreal area and the 
booming north shore of the St. 
Lawrence River.where wages 
are among the highest In 
Canada, most regions In 
Quebec are uperlenclng 
aconomic hard times: 

• The mining industry is 
slumping in Rouyn-Noranda 
and the number of miners has 
declined from 1.332 In 1966 to 
1.600. 

• The big industrial plants 
that made Shawinigan an in¬ 
dustrial dynamo of the 


By Canadian Press 
From Rouya, Quebec 


province in the 1990s are 
becoming obsolete. 

• Eastern Quebec remains 
In a state of chronic economic 
depression and most of .the 
working population Is un- 
employ^ for at least part of 
the year. 

• There Is a steady exodus 
of young and educated workers 
from Quebec’s economically- 
depress^ regions. 

The PQ won several seats in 
the depressed regions, but resi¬ 
dents interviewed in those 
areas say they didn’t vote for 
Quebec independence. Rather 
they say they voted to get rid of 
a Liberal government wMch 
appeared increasingly remote, 
insensitive, and to soma, coi^ 
rupt. 

During the campaign, the PQ 
promisad batter bousing. Im¬ 
proved hea1th<ara and a 
decentralization that would 
bring govenxnent doaer to the 
people. 

.’’Separation, that’s 
something else altogether,” 
said Hector FortM. director at 
the Soclete dea Monts wMch is 
trying to develop the Gasps 
reglen’s forestry potential. 

”We haven’t the means to do 
that here,” said Fortin, adding. 
"Give us soma industry, than 


we’ll talk about it. ” 

Gilles Gauthier, news direc¬ 
tor of a Rouyn radio statlan, 
said people in his area are 
more interested In regional 
problems than In debates over 
language. 

"People are waiting and 
watching the PQ. If they are 
not satisfied, they will turn to 
another party, probably the 
Credltistes. 

While most people feel that it 
is too early to rate the govern¬ 
ment’s performance, some say 
they see a definite improve¬ 
ment over the previous Uberal 
administration. 

Denlae Plamondon, director 
of the ConseH Regional da 
Developpement In the 
province’s northwestern 
AbltlM-Temlaca-Mlngue area, 
said she It encouraged by 
government efforts ip regtonal 
planning. 

She ^d the' AMUM people 
were pleased by the govsrn- 
ment’s decision to invest tome 
166 million over the next five 
years for mineral exploration. 

As prbapector Yvan Vatina 
put It "I’m far from being a Pe- 
qulste. but I think they are 
looking well into the future. 

However, a cynical attitude 
to gnwipnent aconomic in¬ 


tervention prevails in the 
Gaspe penlnsida where despite 
an injection of 6411 million In 
federal and provincial funds In 
the lut 19 years, the region’s 
economic base has ramained 
fragile. 

New industries have not been 
established In great numbers, 
unemployment remains 
tragically hM and the axodus 
of young srorxers continues un¬ 
abated. The people of the 
Gaspe are tha poorest In 
Quebec with an average per- 
capita Income of 63!870 com¬ 
pared with a provincial 
average of 66,081. 

Some Gaspe residents have 
lost patience and the PQ 
government is already being 
criticized for not living up to 
expectations. 

Merre Dufourt, who eonv 
bines farming with teaching In 
tha town of Matane, said that 
’’before Nov. 16, tha PQ wu 
our ally, it supported our 
causes.” 

Today, ha said, ”ths govern¬ 
ment never says ” 110 ’ to us, only 
that everything Is ’under 
study.” 

One Matana woman, who 
described herself as a 
federalist, said than hasn’t 
been much change since the 
election, "except that un¬ 
employment is worse.” 

”If everybody bars stgrts 
working tomorrow. I’ll vote for 
independence. But it won’t hap¬ 
pen.” she added. 


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hit own beH hearing Monday 
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plead guilty to a charge ot 
breaking and entering. 

George August, no fixed 
address, appeared before 
Judge Blake Allan on an ap* 
plication to be released on 
bail wt)en he motioned to 
legal aid lawyer Lenore Boyes 
and spe^ to her Inlefly. 

The lawyer then b^d Allan 
her client wished to elect and 
plead guilty to a July 19 
break-in at the Shah Jahan 
restaurant, 1010 Fbrt. 

August, who misunderstood 
the meaning of “electing trial 
by magistrate," became upaet 
at the lawyer and the case 
was adjoun^ briefly so that 
the lawyer could explain the 
procedure to August 

After it w-as explained that 
electing trial by magistrate 
meant that a plea could be erw 
tered in ptxyvinctal court, the 
lawyer maintained the guilty 
plea. 

Oown counsel Robert Mul¬ 
ligan told the court the break- 
in occurred idxxit 2 a.m., and 
entry was gained through a 
window in the rear. Mulligan 
said that when Vlckwia city 
police apprehended August, 
he told the officers he had 
spent the $13.50 and had con- 



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sumod six cases ot bear taken 
from the premlsee. 

MulUgen related • criminal 
record fbr August which in¬ 
cluded a Feb. 13. 1976. comic- 
lion in Victoria for theft under 
!$300 for which he received 30 
days; a July 15, 1976, convic¬ 
tion in Port Aibemi for break¬ 
ing and entering for which he 
received a suspended sen¬ 
tence: an Aug. 11. 1976, con¬ 
viction in P(Mt AftMrni jpor 
taking a car without the 
owner's consent for which he 
received anesher auepended 
sentence ; and a I>ec. 31. 1976. 
conviction in Victoria for an¬ 
other break-in for which he 
received his third suspended 
sentence and W'as placed on a 
year's probation. 

Allan, who remarked that 
August had received “more 
than his share of breaks’* 
from the courta, gave him a 
term of aix months’ definite 
and aix months’ indeter¬ 
minate. 

□ 

Gregory Paul Huebner, 17. 
of no fixed address, pleaded 
guilty to thrae chargee and 
was remanded in custody 
until Aug. 8 Cor a pre-sentence 
repeat and sentence. 

Huebner pleaded guilty to 
theft under $200. im’otvtng a 
pair of bhiejeans from Ea¬ 
ton's on July 12, breach of 
probation in connection with 
two orders for community 
work service, and breaking 
and entering in connection 
with a small amount of cash 
missing from the Meat Mar¬ 
ket restaurant, 536 Yates. 

Defence layer Ted Haiunan 
told the court Huebner had 
been sleeping inside the build¬ 
ing at 535 Yates for about 30 
nights and gained entiy 
through a hold in the ceiling 
of the elevator shaft. Hanman 
said Huebner risked serious 
injury or death nightly by 
shimmying down the greased 
elevator caUes. 

Court was told Huebner was 
convicted in Victoria of theft 
under $200 on May 2. 1977. 
and breach of probation on 
June 3, 1977, and was given 
oommunHy service woilc in 
each case. 

□ 

For the sixth time this year. 
60-year-old Frank EHis, no 
address, pleaded guilty 
to'shouting abwe at "a passing 
Victoria city police vehicle. 

Court was told he was 
shouting at a passing police 
car at Douglas and Courtney 
streets at 11:15 a.m. Sunday. 

When Allan asked Ed Stan¬ 
ton. court probation c^cer. it 
there was a recent pre-sen¬ 
tence r^xirt. the jud^ was 
informed one was prepared 
about a year ego which was 
22 pages kmg, 19 dealing with 
Ellis’ criminal record. 

Allan gave Ellis the usual 
30 days in jail. 


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VBCtor-Juan da Foca Strait. 
Rlchard»on-<amane Sound. 
Pandora II—Caoo Lafnbton. 

COAST OUARD 
Camgoll—Caoa Forry. 

Douotaft-on tha coast. 
Rocar—Sandhaeds patrol aroa. 
Readv—Qutan Oiarletta Strait 
patrol araa. 

Ridar—Alvars Inlat patrol araa. 
Quadra—In port, 
vanoitfvar—on StaMon Papa. 

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Star Aatorla, Harttoat-Crotton. 
Japan Vantura-^analmo. 

Lloyd Bakka—Ouncan B^. 

Count Albatross—Utah Minas. 
Destatoucr—Aina Island. 

VIctoHa—Gold Rivar. 



Osstsiguar—Pina Island, 
victoria—Gold RIvsr. 


Star Boxford—Tatisis. 

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Fish body passd» law 
but who enforces it? 


VANCOUVER (CP) — The 
Intcmatlonal Pacific Salmon 
>Tshtrtet Commission. In an 
attempt to control fish was¬ 
tage, has pasBtd an amar- 
gancy order prohibiting 8ie 
catching or taking of Bock e yt 
aitd pink sahnon on days de- 
clarad cioBad by the commis¬ 
sion. 


Commission dirtetor AI 
Cbopar said Monday tha order 
was a reauit of, and will in 
edtect ban, targe meah nets 
uaad by United States native 
fiaharman to eatch chinouk 
salmon. 

However, he said tha man¬ 
ner in which (he order will be 
enforced ’Remains to be 


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with roll down blinds on windows. 


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FuN beaement roughed-in flrepleoa in rumpus room 

Extra plumbing roughed-in In beaement 

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• 3 bfocks to Untverafty end ReoQuet Club 

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Suspended sentence 
for MDA trafficking 


A 19-year-oId man had his 
smtance suspended Monday 
for one year and was placed 
on probation after pleading 
guilty in Victoria county court 
to tracking in MDA. 

Brian Philip Hong, of 
20&88e Craigflower, aokl 22 
capa of tha drug for $60 to an 
undetcover policeman who vi¬ 
sited his horn April 24, 1976. 
court was told. 

Several character witnesses 
said Hong was trying to 
change his lifestyle and that 
his weakness was that he was 
easily led. 

Defence counsel Detmod 
Qwen^lood said If the court 
was ’*marciful” it would not 
be in vain. Prosecutor Flem¬ 
ing Hansen said that, given 
the amount involved, his age 
and csmunstances. "pertiaps 
jail it not necessary in tiiis 
case." 

Judge M. L. T. Drake said 
Hong had made “oonsiderable 
efforts to get out of the mess 
has let himself into" and it 
would be wrong to hamper his 
maturing. 

But he warned Hcvig that it 
he had any difficulty with the 
law in the coming year, he 
was liable to be brought back 
to court to face sentencing on 
the drug charge. 


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ftiilf Col0n^0t Victoria, B.C.. Tucaday. July 36. 1177 




Will the real director please stand up? 

Tbe rontroversial In»uran<» 

Corp. of B.C. cate involving 
Surrty Dodge look a new di> 
recbon Monday as the Op|)o»t- 
non oemended ihe govern¬ 
ment force Oiurch Realty 
Ud. to update its annual re- 


ports as required under the 
Oompaniea Act. 

Norman Levi i NDP'Van- 
rouven-Burrard) told the Le¬ 
gislature that the company's 
last report, dated April, 1975. 
lists W. A. Hodges at a direc¬ 
tor. even though he claims to 


have qtm that post in Marrh- 
Hodgta is also director oi Sur¬ 
rey Dodge. 

Church Realty was the In¬ 
surance company through 
which Surrey Doc^ took out 
it's ICBC policy. 

.Mter intarvenbun by MLA 


George Kerster <SC — Ooquil- 
lam), ita former preaklent 
and general manager, the au¬ 
tomotive dealership waa able 
lo collect on a daim even 
though ICBC adiusters never 
saw the car Invdved. It was 
told two weeks before the 


claim waa tiled. Mne mooths 
after it wpa damaged. 

In a prepared auteroeni. 
Levi said that determing who 
owns Cburch Realty **is of 
critical importance tan the Sur¬ 
rey Dodge case." 

'William Hodges has slated 


(hat he was serving as a front 
in 19TS for the real owners. 
Who are they and what was 
and if (heir relatlonahlp to 
Surrey Dodge and George 
Kerster?" 

The NDP consumer and 
corijoratc affairs critic said 


this infarmattnn must be 
made public as part of a gov¬ 
ernment investigation into 
KSC claims .settled aa a re¬ 
sult of Kerster’s poUtioal in¬ 
tervention. 

"Hie links between Kerster. 
Surrey Dodge. Church Realty 


and the First Charter Flnan- 
cial Oorp.. must be revealed 
in order to undentand how 
and why these elaima were 
settled by ICBC in moat ques¬ 
tionable clreumstancee,'* Levi 
•aid. 


IROiyP Ihe REGION 

Bennett wants 
B.C. higher 

"•1 

on CBC’s map 


Premier Bennett said Mon- 
I » day that B.C. is not getting its 
' * fair shirre of news coverage 
I •. (in the CBC national news. 

* rie was replying to a re- 
* » quest by Liberal leader Gor- 
j don Gibscm that the premier 
I tell the CBC that about 11 per 
rent of Canadians live in B.C.. 
but the province is largely un¬ 
known to the rest of the 
cnuntTy." 

Gibson noted that the CRTC 
had recently found B.C. gets 
“ only .3 per cent of national 
new?, time, and it Is "largely 
lightweight stuff like bellyflop 


Retraining par 

A three-party agreemwit 
was signed about 10 days ago 

, to provide for the retraining 

• and relocation of employees at 

* B.C. Railway’s railcar manu¬ 
facturing plant in Squamish. 
Labor Minister Allan Wil¬ 
liams told the B.C. Legisla¬ 
ture Monday. 

B.C. Rail announced Thurs¬ 
day thkt its railwest plant 
would be closed in mid-August 
wlien the present order for 100 
ballast cars {& completed. 

' Williams said that an agree¬ 
ment had been signed by Can¬ 
ada Manpower, his ministiy 
and Railwest a "week or 10 
(lays ago," to make Canada 
Manpower services available 
to the employees. 

He was refrying to a ques- 


cnntests and the battle of 
Wreck Beach." 

Bennett replied he was un¬ 
aware of the statistics, but 
said B.C. should get its (air 
share of news coverage. 

"I’m sure we are a news¬ 
worthy province, a newswor¬ 
thy people." 

Gibson also suggested the 
CBC record a sec<md version 
of the national newa because 
of new* events in^.^ the three 
hours between thg Time it is 
recorded tn Toronto and 
shown in B.C. • 


already signed 

tion by Karen Sanford (NDP 
— Gomox) who asked what 
the government would do for 
the 260 workers who would be 
out of work when the plant is 
closed. 

Outside the house. Opposi¬ 
tion Leader David Bairett 
said the labor agreement was 
Signed before the railway 
board meeting at which the 
derision to close the plant was 
made. 

"There i.s a cofrfflct of state¬ 
ments that need.s explana¬ 
tion." Barrett said. "The 
agreement wa.s signed when 
Phillips was still publicly say¬ 
ing that all IS not lost. 

"It would appear that the 
whole truth ha.s not been told 
to the people ctf the province 
"about what is going on." 


Police still hunting for bandit 


Victoria city police are still 
hunting for a bandit who 
robbed the Imperial Esso sta¬ 
tion at Hillside and She!- 
houme at 3 p.m. Sunday. 

'Fhe man. who displayed a 


black revolver In his jacket, 
held up i9-yeai>oId attendant 
Douglas James Schuman of 
$810. The roM>er is described 
as being in his early 20s with 
dark, frizzy hair. 


koto Ensemble performing tonight 


'I'he Koto Ensemble of Van¬ 
couver performs tonight at 
the MacLaurin building at Ihe 
University ol Victoria and not 
Thursday as previously re¬ 
ported. 

The ensemble program in¬ 
cludes both classical and 
modem Japanese music. 

The University of Victoria’s 
summer music series con¬ 
cludes Thursday with a con- 
(cn by pianist Robin Wocxl. 


also at the MacLaurin. 

The B.C. International Fes¬ 
tival continues tonight at St. 
Michaels University School. 
Tonight’s performers from 
the faculty of the Shawnigan 
Summer Schcwl of the Arts 
include flutist Robert Aitken, 
violinist Dana Mazurkevich 
and violist Ebeihard Klemm- 
stein together, followed by vi¬ 
olinist Yuri Mazurkevich and 
pianist William Aide in duo. 




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Gibson scoffs at 


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By JIM 

C i U d N t ■ ■pwwr 

A •elect conf u i ti ttt will be 
formed to investigate whether 
three MUU vioUted the Con- 
Btitution Act — and Qonkn 
Gibson (L — North Van¬ 
couver - Ca^Beno) says he'H 
retogn U the three are dle- 
qualitied tram sitting in the 
LegiaUtura. 

Gibson made hit taunting 
offer Monday durbig debate 
on the charge that Recreation 
and Coneervation Minister 
Sam Bawlf. Agrictdtiira bfin- 
ister Jamea He«^ and 
backbencher Geoi^ Kerster 
iSC » CbqulUam) had re*- 
i-eived benefits from the gov¬ 
ernment to which tiiey were 
not entitled. 

The three MLAs eat on a 
special housing committee in 
1976. During the eight-month 
life of the committee, hotel 
and transportation bills were 
paidto a total of $1,800. Two 
of the (MLAs claim they sub¬ 
mitted no expense accounts 
and that they were unaware 
their travel and hotels bills 
had been paid. 

But that claim, according to 
all members of the Opposi¬ 
tion. does not change the (act 
that the MLAs, even if they 
accepted innoc^itiy. were in 
receipt of illegal payments 


and had therefore forfeited 
their rigM to sit in the house. 

On Friday, July 16. Attor¬ 
ney-General Garde Gardom 
introduoad a motion calUng 
for the formation of an all- 
pazty oommittee to inves¬ 
tigate OpporttioA daims. The 
Oppoeitioo objected to the mo¬ 
tion, cfidndng that tt was a 
flagrant attempt by the attor^ 
neyrgeneral to avoid what 
should be a court hearing to 
decide whether the three 
MLAs were guUty of an of¬ 
fence. 

Gai^om argued that prece¬ 
dent and tradition made It es¬ 
sential tiiat the legislature 
rule on its own affairs and 
particularly on its own mem¬ 
bership. 

After seven days of waiting, 
the procedural matter finally 
came up for debate with tiie 
inevitable result ~ a 28to-16 
vote in favor of Gardom's mo 
tion to appoinC a committee. 

Provincial Secretaiy Grace 
McCarthy, in diarge of com¬ 
mittee apolntments. said she 
hoped to have the all-party 
committee established w4thin 
the next 24 hours. 

^VhUe the government got 
its way on the committee-ver- 
sus-the-court route it wasn't 
an easy route to victory. 

Once again Gibaon used the 


opportunity to take a slap at 
former Liberal party col¬ 
league Garde Gardom whom 
he acouaed of giving *’pditical 
law" rather than "lei^ law" 
in Us advice to he houae. 

Alax Macdonald (NDP— 
Vancouver East) criticized 
the oommittee proposal from 
a legal point of view. 


"The attomey-ganeral by 
nfioving to refer this question 
to a special committee is not 
upholdlnf the law and consti¬ 
tution of the iMtivince," Mac¬ 
donald said. "Instead of a re¬ 
ferral to the courts, the attorn 
ney-general proposes to refer 
to a committee where the 
government will have a ma¬ 


jority and the verdict will not 
be In doubt." 

Macdonald said it was pre- 
claaly to foreetall such acts of 
"tyrann/’ that the penalty 
clauste now facing the three 
MLAs were placed in the con¬ 
stitution. The penalty clause 
tans for the payment of $500 
a day for each day the MLA 


•its after an act of diaquati- 
fleation. 

Scott WalUca fPC-Oak 
Bay), who along with Gibaon 
voted with the NDP when the 
vote was called, said the 
bouse was "not just debating 
procedure; we are debating 
tha credibility of the govern¬ 
ment.’' 


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Section Tyro 


Tuewla), July 26, 1977 


Page 9 



Dissidents Others show little interest in UVic bid 


to test 
ferry edict 


By DON CX>UX\8 

RsMTtar 

A group of angr>' licensed 
feiT>' officers wants Labor 
Relations Board c-halrman 
Paul Weiler to know it doesn’t 
think he is God. 

But it's not »o sure he's not 
a dictator. 

So it’s going to court in an 
attempt to break Weller’s rul¬ 
ing that the licensed officers 
< captains and other top per¬ 
sonnel) belong in the same 
union bargaining unit as the 
rest of the ferry workers. 

The group’s decision comet 
on the heels of last week’s 
election of officers for the 
ne^v B.C. Ferry and ^btrine 
Workers Union, which covers 
licensed and unlicensed en>- 
j.loyees of B.C. Ferries. 

In a carefully ^^orded state¬ 
ment Monday night, the un¬ 
ion's table ctfficers and exec\j- 
tive supported the right of the 
dissident group to challenge 
the Weiler ruling, but said it 
thought the group was wrong 
in dcring so. 

The union leaders said they 
felt duty-bound to observe the 
one-year interim period in 
which they are to try to make 
a “viaMe entity” of the sin¬ 
gle-unit conc^t. 

'The problem arose wtwn 
B.C. Ferries went from direct 
provincial government control 
to crown corporation status 
Jan. L This necessitated cer¬ 
tification hearings and Weiler 
set a precedent by lumping 
the licensed and unlicensed 
personnel in one bargaining 
unit, a move that followed the 
LRB trend toward single cer¬ 
tifications. 

A spokesman for the dis¬ 
sident licensed group said in 
an intervie;w Wednesday that 
all other union groups in¬ 
volved had backed tte ar¬ 
gument of the officers at the 
hearir^ that they should not 
he included with the unli- 
'■ensed group. 

”Kveryone backed us but 
one person — Weiler him¬ 
self.” he said. 

’’He’s not God. And we had 
a war to get rid of the last 
dictator.” 

He denied the contention of 
the newly-elected leaders of 
the union that the dissidents 


represent only a minonty of 
the licensed officers. 

"That's not so. We have had 
to get a good pledge of sup- 
fiort because our legal costs 
are g(^g to run into quite a 
bit of money.” 

He said officers bad re¬ 
ceived legal advice that 
Weller’s decision might not 
apply "because the federal 
government has jurisdiction 
over shipping and naviga¬ 
tion.” 

As a resuh. the *‘B.C. Fer¬ 
ries Officers Committee” has 
been formed, the spokesman 
said, and would soon "test in 
the courts the validity of Mr. 
Weiier's decision.” 

Ihe licensed twicers are 
outnumbered more dian five 
to one by unlicensed person¬ 
nel in the new 2.eOO-member 
iHiton. 

The unhaT)pines5 over being 
lumped with the unlicensed 
workers wasn’t eased any by 
the BCFM^VU■s first ewiven- 
tion last week. 

The convention saw Tsaw- 
wassen ramp attendant Shir¬ 
ley Mathieson elected pres¬ 
ident in place of Victoria’s 
George Homett. who had bem 
an bodied seaman before 
rising to union prominence. 

The elections made mom 
for some licensed officer rep¬ 
resentation, as requested by 
Weiler. It amounted to one 
vice-presidency and four of 20 
executive seats. 

But the spokesman for the 
objecting oifirers took issue 
with the fact that “they didn’t 
elect delegates to the conven¬ 
tion." 

The delegates were select¬ 
ed. he said, and there were no 
olfirer representatives from 
the Gulf Islands even diough 
30 officers are based there. 

"We weren’t asked to send 
anyone to the convention. And 
if that’s the way they’re going 
to run things w*e don’t want 
any pert of It.” 

In its statement later, the 
union leadership said the 
group’s move could only 
"work to the detriment of the 
licensed officers and the B.C. 
Ferry and Marine Workers 
Union at this time." 

It said the majcMity of of¬ 
ficers w*anted to make the sin¬ 
gle unit concept work and had 
vvoriced for this at Um conven¬ 
tion. 

Mrs. Mathieson said four li- 
ceneed offioen were party to 
the leadership statement. 


Failure of ihe L'nivenities 
Council of B.C. to support the 
University of Victoria in its 
quest for preferential interest 
on mortgage rates (or student 
residences has pefplexed the 
university's board of gover¬ 
nors. 

The university was told by 
the council that it does not 
consider student residences to 
be within its mandate, and 
that it would not actively sup¬ 
port UVic in its attempts to 
get a better deal from Centta) 
Mortgage and Housing Corp. 

UVIC has one of the lowest 


proporuons of student resi¬ 
dences to enrolment of Cana¬ 
dian universities, although 
about 33 per cent of its stu¬ 
dents come from outside 
Greater Victoria. 

Previous submissions to the 
council to include student res¬ 
idences in capital spending 
programs brought ^ re¬ 
sponse that money from the 
education ministry budget 
should not go toward non- 
academic uses, and dve 
suggestion that both and 
Shnon Fraser. wWch badly 
need more student accommo¬ 


dation. approach CMHC 

The two universities got as¬ 
surances this spring from 
Andre Ouellet, the minister 
responsible (or CMHC. that 
funds for student residences, 
a low' priority in the rest of 
Canada. wxxUd be fCHihcom- 
ing in B.C. 

But the interest rates on tbe 
mortgages may make it im¬ 
possible for residence feet to 
cover the payments, the cur¬ 
rent practice at UVic, where 
the residences are self-sus¬ 
taining, UVic president Dr. 
Howturd Fetch said Monday. 





Pollution control 


It’s not really true that the province Is interested 
in the care and feeding of litteiixigs, but it would 
like to know something about their habits. So young 
people like Nancy Fiddler, left and Lynn Crawford, 
both 18 — armed with Colonist carrier bags — are 
taking part in Pollution Cmitrol Brandi project to 
determine littering habits. The girls’ trash treasure 
hunt Monday was at Pat Bay Highway and Keating 
Crossroad. 


The last holdout.s in the corfe 
area municipal negotiations 
have fallen into line but not 
without a warning that there 
will be job action if one par- 
Uvular term isn’t met. 

Greater Victoria Schoof 
Board outside wx>riters voted 
"by a strong naajority” l\fon- 
tiay night to accept terms of a 
two-year contract already 
agreed to by other municipal 
groups 


In doing so. they dropped, 
for the time being, their de¬ 
mand for a protective clause 
against the c<mtracting out of 
jobs.. 

But Bob Cunningham, 
spokesman for the school 
board woricers, said the de¬ 
mand was only being set 
aside until the next round of 
negotiati<xis. 

He said letters were g<Mng 
out to Carl Anshelm, chief ne¬ 


gotiator for tbe Greater Vic¬ 
toria Labor Relations Associa¬ 
tion and school board chair¬ 
man Susan Brice, informing 
them that the matter was not 
being dropped. 

"We are telling them that if 
there is any contracting out of 
work during the life of the 
agreement we will take what¬ 
ever job action we feel Is nec¬ 
essary to prevent it from con¬ 
tinuing," Qmningham said. 


His local was (Xie of s^ven 
Canadian Union of Public 
Employees locals that began 
bargaining as a common fnml 
several months ago. 

Ote. the Capital Region em¬ 
ployees. bre^e away early 
and accepted a one-year anti- 
inflation guideline agreement 
already signed by the Victoria 
city iittide workers. Tbe local 
covering the inside wtTricers 
had not been part of the com- 


Esquimau turns new leaf 


'file pn>|K)sed lelocation of 
the central library leaped a 
major huidlc Monday after 
Esquimalt coum'il agreed to 
supiiort in principle the nego¬ 
tiation of a lease by the li¬ 
brary ixiard with the prxivin- 
< ial government lor space in 
iu building now under <'on- 
struciion on Blanshard Street. 

Esquimau, along with Oak 
Bay and Saanich councils., 
narrowly turned down a rec¬ 
ommendation by the library 
board in May that ^pace be 
rented in the provincial build¬ 
ing. Only^* city council en¬ 
dorsed the original proposal 
lor the rental of the ^,000 
square feet at 39 a square 
toot. 

Library board building 
chairman Murray Glazier told 
Esquimalt council the new 
proiiosal w'as better for more 
reasons than the reduced rent 
of 38.25 a square Ipot. He said 
the province had agreed to a 
10-ycar lease w ith renewal op¬ 
tions. as well as siiecific im¬ 
provements and responsi¬ 
bilities. 

Aid. Larr>’ Mann, one of the 
^fionenis of the original pro 
pnsai. moved that council in¬ 
struct the board to negotiate a 


lease with the province on the 
condition that the other muni¬ 
cipalities agree and that thr 
province piri in writihg a 
. promise SIOO.OOO annual 
grant for the duration of the 
U>-year lease. 

The sole of^sition came 
from Aid. Conrad Lundgren. 
He later said he was opposed 
to leasing space, as it was 
( heater in the long run to own 
than rent. 


Ks(|uunaU‘> .share .<rf the 
cost is estimated at almost 
3.^4.000. comrtared with about 
314.000 it contributes annuaits' 
toward the utieration (A the 
board's five branches. 

.After the vote. Glazier 
calleo the Esquimalt endorse- 
mer»t "a very good test” of 
the board's chances in the re¬ 
maining c-ouncils. 

"I will assume all the otiier 


municipalities will see it the 
<ame wa>-. I’m encouraged. ’ 
he said. 

No dates have been set lor 
meetings with the other coun¬ 
cils but Glazier exr>ects they 
will be held well in advance of 
the Aug. Id deadline set by 
the province. 

Esquimau council met espe¬ 
cially to discuss the question. 
It di>ea not meet during 
August. 


At par cant interest on 
the mortgage, residence fees 
wtwld have to go up by about 
13 per cent just to cover the 
higher borrow'ing costs, and 
w-hen this was added to infla¬ 
tion-caused increases of 11 to 
13 per cent each year, it could 
boost residence rates by 25 
per cent. Fetch said. 

The univertity^ would In¬ 
stead prefer to get CMHCs 
special rate of eight per cent. 
T^s wouid still require an 
eigbt-per<ent increase in res¬ 
idence feet, and wtxild put 
UVic's housing fees near the 


CUPE rebels sign—with warning 


‘Bring back bus passes’ 


The Univei-sity of Victoria 
board of governors has 
strongly oidorsed a student 
bus-pass system which was in 
effect last y^ar, but cancelled 
this spring cy B.C. Hydro. 

Ln a resolution put forward 
by student ' representative 
Clayton Shold, the board 
voted Monday to endorse the 
program, and to coc^rate 
with the student Alma Mater 


Soiieiy in negotiating ‘with 
B.C. Hydro for its reinsta¬ 
tement. 

Although B.O. Hydro as¬ 
serts that the program was 
cancelled because it was not 
successful, the university has 
corresiiondence from last fall 
in which the transit corpora¬ 
tion agreed that the program, 
which 964 :Uudents participa¬ 
ted m during the fall session, 
was successful, administra¬ 
tion dean Trevor Matthews 
told the board of governors. 


The UVic Alma Mater Soci¬ 
ety has pointed out that the 
program cost B.C Hj'dro 
nothing to administer. 'Hie 
passes themselves were print¬ 
ed at the society's expense, 
and the university subsidized 
the passes and collected the 
tees. 

B.C Hydro’s main respcxisi- 
bility was to accept the 
money for the passes In a 
lump sum, and t^ honor the 
passes when tfieST were shcr^n 
by student,«i. 


top of those at Canadian uni¬ 
versities. but wtxild be prefer¬ 
able to the higher rate, which 
would "put us totally out of 
line with residence fees at 
other places, particularly 
UBC,” Fetch said. 

'The council's stand was dis¬ 
appointing, Fetch said, be¬ 
cause it was the body which 
suggeeted going to CMHC in 
the first place, and because If 
the residence fees were too 
steep, they might have to be 
subsidized 1^ the university. 

"I find ft very odd,” Fetch 
said. "UCBC said they were 


coficemed that operating 
funds not be used to support 
student residences, and It 
would seem logical that they 
WTite CMHC to suppmt a 
iowar rate of interest.” 

The university has received 
no r^y from a letter to Ouel- 
lett asldng for the lower inter¬ 
est rate, but has received su{> 
port from B.C Senator Hay 
PerrauJt, Fetch said. 

Board chairman Joseph 
Cunliffe said he wtMild at¬ 
tempt to meet Ouellett wben 
in C^w*a in the next week, to 
discuss the matter further. 


Old huts will stay, 
says university chief 


mon front. 

Tbe two-year-term accepted 
b>’ most of the other locals 
later was also considered to 
be wnthin tbe anti - inflation 
limitations but it included a 
cost-of-living factor. 

Di another development, the 
GVLRA has offered to let toe 
city’s inside workers extend 
their one-year a g r eem ent to 
two years and pick up the 
same terms included in the 
second >'ear of toe other 
agreements. 

But by Monday night it, ap¬ 
peared as if toe inside local 
would, turn this down. Its ex- 
ecutix'e met during the day 
and decided to recommend re¬ 
jection of the offer to toe 
membership when it votes 
Thursday night. 

Rick Doyle, president of the 
local, said it appeared that an 
end might soon be announced 
to t!^ federal anti-inflation 
progmm and that because of 
this, the executive didn’t feel 
the members should hind 
themselves ruxv to a guideline 
agreement for 1978. 

Tbe executive was also 
upset, he said, to discover 
that toe GVLRA hadn’t sent 
the necessary AIB form to Ot¬ 
tawa as it was suf^xised to 
have done. 

"We signed our contract on 
Feb. 14 and toe Anti-Inflation 
Board requires toat the 
employer submit toe AIB 
forms with the calculations 
and so forth within 30 days.” 
Doyle said. "Now we find that 
the GVLRA hasn’t submitted 
them yet.” 

He said it wtis obvious toe 
GVLRA was holding back, 
until it had agreements^ 
worked out with all the other 
locals. Anshelm conceded this 
had done in what he con¬ 
sidered a sensible move to file 
"overriding” forms for all 
locals. 

Doyle said it wa.v a case of 
holding -up a contract "we had 
signed in good faith." 


The "huts" at the Universi¬ 
ty of VlctOTia are going to be 
there for some time, UVk 
lU'esident Dr. Howard Fetch 
told the university’s board ot 
govemon Monday. 

"If anything, our space situ¬ 
ation is worse now than when 
I got here two and a half 
years ago,” Fetch said. 

*We are going to have to 
kee{> on spending money to 
maintain these old army huts, 
some of which w*ere built 35 
years ago. They weren’t made 
to last that long." 

Located on the northwres- 
tem side of the university, the 
huts house several academic 
departments and laboratories, 
the theatre department and 
the Phoenfix Theatre. pKis 
some administration and stu¬ 
dent SMvices offices. 

Many of the huts do not 
meet municipal building stan¬ 
dards, but are going to be 
needed In future to help fill 
toe gap between toe universi¬ 
ty’s needs and the available 
space. Fetch said. 

Recent additions, such as 
the third wing of the Cleari- 
hue building, and the Univer¬ 
sity Centre and MacLaurui 
music win^. both still under 
construction, were not enough 
to handle the growth. Fetch 
said. New professional pro¬ 
grams such as law. public 
administration, and nursing 
were growing rapidly as they 
added successive years io 
their programs. 

In toe latest example of how 
the huts would oontuiue to 
serve the university. Fetch 
said they were being consid¬ 
ered as a potential home for 
the visual arts department. 

Now located in the Mac- 
I^aurln buildup, the depart¬ 
ment is being.squeezed out by 
its roommate, the education 
faculty. All attempts to get a 
new building for toe visual 
arts program have failed to 
get government approval so 
far. 

The University Centre 
building will provide space for 
administrative departments 
still In the huts. 

The huts vacated by the ad- 
minstration could then be 
used <by the visual arts de¬ 
partment if a large workshop 
building could be constructed 
nearby. 


Trustees receive 
hints of surplus 

Hints of another surplus for the Greater Afictoria 
school board surfaced at a- board meeting cm Monday 
night. 

Jji response to a question from trustee Peter Dora- 
zio, district superintendnt Allan Stables said it a^ars 
from preliminary data that some sectkms of the budget 
could have surpluses by the end of the year, but he said 
this is "only a feeling” at the moment. 

Last year the district racked up a ^.1 million 
surplus which angered some of the more tax-conscious 
trustees, who blamed poor budgeting procedures for en¬ 
couraging the board to collect more taxes than it need¬ 
ed. 

'The board sits down tonight to discuss its 1978 bud¬ 
get fw the firtt time. 


Cadboro Bay 
produces 

view storey 


Saanich council appeared 
late Monday night to favor an 
application by homeowners in 
the Cadboro Bay district of 
Saanich to preserve their sea ' 
\'iew and limit house-heights 
to one storey. 

At a public hearing in 
council chambers, council 
heard arguments for and 
against a proposed bylaw to 
rezeme properties south of Kil- 
lamey Rrad, in the area 
bounded by cadboro Bay 
Road. ICbbens Oose and Cad¬ 
boro Bay. 

TTie rezoning, from RS-2 
(detached housing) to HS-3 
(also detached housing), 
would change the restrictions 
limiting house-heights from 
30-feet to one-storey. 

The present 30-foot restric¬ 
tion allows for twxxtorcy 


Hot weather raising 
hazard near extreme 

Victoria weather forecasters are expecting hot 
tveather to continue the rest of the week which could 
raise the forest fire hazard to extreme by Wednes¬ 
day. 

Langford assistant forest ranger Bill. Lang said 
>londay night that the woods ratmg was just a few 
points short of the extreme hazard. 

Lang reported two fires .Monday morning, one 
an easily-doused spot fire in the Suney Mountain 
area north of Sooke. The second burned about three 
acres of brush in a steep area on the southern end 
of Galiano Island. 

Tbe Galiano Island fire required six runs by a 
water bomber plus some spot dousing by a heli¬ 
copter. 


homes. Some homeowners, 
particularly those who live in 
two-s‘orey houses, said a one- 
storey limit would be discrim¬ 
inatory. 

A lawy er speaking on behalf 

homeowners opposed to the 
bylaw change said a wie- 
storey restriction would lower 
the property’ value of those 
who currently liN-e in two- 
storey houses, but municipal 
planner Gil Laurensixt di.s- 
agi'eed. 

Homeowners opposed to the 
change said a one-storey limit 
would discriminate against 
children and large families. 
But council was told by mu¬ 
nicipal planners that the 
average house size in the area 
was more than adequate. 

Opponents also said they 
W'ould have difficulty insuring 
their two-storey houses, and 
that their premiums would 
rise by 25 per cent Aid. John 
Mika replM that he lived in a 
non-conforming, waterfront 
house, and he had had no 
proMem with insurance. 

”I recommend to anyone 
who’s having trouble with 
their insurance to give ICBC 
a dingle," he said. 

Residents in favor of the 
rezonlng feared any more 
two-storey houses would block 
their sea view. 

Tempers frequently flared at 
Ihe public hearing, particu¬ 
larly between residents on op¬ 
posite sides of the rezoning 
tence. 

A man utio had lived in the 
district since 1966 was called 
a “Johnny-ccme-lately” by a 
resident wha had lived there 
for 25 years. The wife of the 
man who was called a la¬ 
tecomer leu the chambere >tw .. 
tears. 


Heritage bill welcomed 


Heritage legislation in¬ 
troduced >tonday by Recrea¬ 
tion and Consen'ation Min¬ 
ister Sam Bawlf will enable 
city council to put an "imme¬ 
diate stop to the erosion of 
Victoria'e character.” accord¬ 
ing to Aid. Robert Wright. 

"I think it’* just great." 
said Wright, chairman of city 
council’s planning and zoning 
committee. 

yThe lejnslation w’ould give 
j^unicipalities the (lOwer to 


dedicate heritage sites with¬ 
out provincial apprcn*al. It 
would also enable municipal 
councils to withhold demoli¬ 
tion permits for 90 days if the 
building to be demolished 
might merit heritage designa¬ 
tion. 

Wright said the legislation 
would be of great help to the 
city's heritage program. 

"Until now, we’ve had no 
legal means of withholding 
demolition permits." he said. 

Although city council 
passed an emergency bylaw 


last year prohiWtlng demoli¬ 
tion of more than 70 homes 
until those meriting designa¬ 
tion had been dealt with. 

'Wright said he doubted the 
city could use that method 
again. 

‘"nils legislation will give 
us toe tools to administer a 
good heritage program." he 
said. 

".At least now we c.an con¬ 
sider the designation of a 
building without fear that a 
bulldozer might run thnmgh it 
next morning.” 

















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trading in six wteks. 

Analysts attributad tha inas 
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lipeotacular gains during the 
first half of July. 

On the options market, a 
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day. 

Scott's Restaurants CVt. 
Ltd., the lessiona' moat activa 

raaewTO cLaaina fracKi 
oniriaoisa Sy ca 
Itscfc BssNiins J u tf tf 
comptfftf (asulsiisiifll fosfMMr 
'r«n»«cttOR». OuoMHSni M CSM$ ttfUfl 

« (-Ods Ist. Ka>ii>aiv»dtnc 
ir^-Ea rit'ih. a« — la-worrcnn, H«t 
■ ■! from •r«wi«u» NtrS'ltt CtO*- 

•Of Ml*. 


iaduatrlal issue, ^as the 
blggast o( tha U block tradas 
with 80.000 Qsaa A shares at 
SOTS ■ ahart. 

t'nican Security Systems 
lAd. was second «vith 37.760 
shares at $1.50 a share, while 
OTW Communicattons Litl. 
was third with 34.500 shares 

SOS scorn 



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Alt* Oft A 2013* 
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Alt* G r 700 
Alt* G * 7* 2143 
Alt* N*l tIO 
Alc*fl AIM 
Alc*n pr 300 
Aifo C*nt *00 
Aifom* St 27M 
ASt*l p 44M 
All*rce Dv 700 
Aliianc* a 100 
Alminti 5110 
Almtn 4’/ 0 xSO 
Alum 3rd p 1000 
Arn Bprix* 7030 
Am E*gi* 

Am L*duc 
Andrtt W 
Anf CT MS 
Aftf U P*V 
Aguitain* 

Arpor C 
Arf* MO p 
Argut B pr 
AMm*r* 

AlMtlOt 
Asni*nd C 
Amc Pore 
Atco A 
Ati c Cep 
Auric Ret 
Ato Hard A 
BC Sugar A 2300 
SP C*i> 

Sad Boy 
••niticr 
aenh 8C 4330 
a«nk Mtt 
lank N S 
iankano 
a Cdn Nal 
ia'hrtt p 
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aaii Canto I] 

•ell A pr 
Sell 6 pr 
Sell D pr 
•ell 7.OS 
Sell 1 to 
Sig Nam* 

SI H*wh 

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fiakwod A 

• lock Bros 
Sompdiar 
Per(J*r c 
Sovii Cor 
Sew V*iy 
Bow-m w 
ar*>or R*t 
•ram*!** 
Rrameda 

• ratc*n A 4*20 
BrsenS, SM 
Brenda M 
Bridgtr 

• right A 
Brmco 
Sr Am Bnk 
BC Pack 6 
BC Phone 
BCPn 4 ] p 
BCPh 4'. p 
BCPh las* 

BCPh S< 

BCP 
BCP 
BCP 

Bruntwk SM 
Budd Aula 2113 
Budd A 


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> 7 04 p 450 

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S23 22 

12944 20 

13144 SIM 31 '4 
455 440 455 

S7M 74a 7 j 

210 210 210 


Buiera Car noo 
•urn* Pdt 101 

auchftpll UM 

CC YacMt MO 
CAE A 
CPCN 
Cad Pr« 

Cad Pry A 
C*l Ppw A 
Cal P 4 p 
C*l P 4M I 
Cil p M p 
Cal P4M 
Cal P 9h 
Cal P IM 
Cal P BN 
Calvrt CP* 

Calvert 
Camtl* 

C CMS A 
Came m. ta 
Camptu A MN 
.CPU ^ A 972 
CC* C p 344 
CDC pr a 407 
C Nor Waal 4572 
C Pakrs C 725 
Can Pprm 100 
CParm 4S* 4M 
C Satway p HO 
CS Pfl* ^ 
Can Truit A 340 
C Tru*l 7W 110 
C Tum 

C Cablaty 250 

C CabI* w 1120 

Cdn Cal 350 

C Curtit 2000 

CG invati 500 
C Hidregai 
C Homoald 
C Hydra 20M 
Cl Bk Cam 3140 
CIL 

Cl Powr A 
C Manoir A I9M 
C Marrill 1700 
CNal R 1000 
C Ocdanlal 400 
C OedntI p 300 
CP Inv* 4410 
CP Inv* pr 2M 
CP Ltd laaao 
CPL A p (153 
C Retarvt 1000 
can Sup 0 3710 

Cdn Ttr* is 
Cdn TIr* A 3M 
C unties 375 
C Util 9.24 UOO 
CWN G 4 pr MO 
CPNbrp 1000 
Cpnr*y 1350 
Canron 2400 
Caron 4 pr (70 
C«»l Div 43M 

Carl OK 7523 
Carl A D 200 
Carl Bp ISO 
Cprma A .17)0 
Cassiar 3230 
Ciianai* 7M 
Cll ESI A lOM 
Chib Kay 5000 
Chlattcn D 4U3 
ChiptUin p niQ 
Chrysler 1050 
CHUM 101 
CHUN1 • ' 400 

each Will 2000 
Cpcktield 
Coles look 
Cpmmce 
Com Cap ■ 

CC Tr p 
C Holiday I 
CHins A p 
Coniagat 
Cpn B*ih A 
C Bath 41 V 
Con Bldg 
Con P*rdy 
C Durham 
C Morijn 400 
Cons Pip* 1200 
C Rambitr 3400 
C Watt P 353 
Con Dislrf 1900 
Cons (>*s 1125 

Con Gat D 1150 
Cop P>elds 200 
Corby B (t 
Cornst Ind 31M 



at $14.00 a ahara. A aecond 
CFCN block of 1D.000 ahares 
sold at tha aaina price. 

Halts continue in sharen of 
Treco Inr. ami M. Loeb Ltd. 
pending dissemination nt 

ACTIVI STOCKS 

VM. Claw Clw*. 

44,900 ^H'S A •* '* 

4A.S Carrwti U uncii. 
37,911 yiUMB tic t.» UBCh. 
34.% fnea A $4 k 

Ss^?a GrOHt A ^8 — U 
22.711 Ntf-Wp«l A IS Ursch. 

2).4S9 apn< et Mant U Vi '* 

2,® a H 9* u 


naws. Treco. which laat trad¬ 
ed at 14.75 a ahara. waa halt* 
•d about U a.m. 


COMPOStTB INOIX . 
Watpis. min 


iSHt 

liM.tl 

1.235.41 

^.33 

H2.t7 


Oili, ppa 
Ppp*r. loratt 
Consmr prpd. 

Ind prod 
Rppi ost., cen9l. 

Tr»r*p 
PlpOllnop 
ytiiitia* 

Comm.. mpdU 
Machne 
Pin SVC*. 

AAnp*mnl 
Up 7 down 12. Volum* 1.17 r 
lion (2.24 million). Value SM.Sf r 
lien (SM.M tilllpn). 



MARKET 

REPORT 

ChikinK quoUtionn for Slonday, July V>, 1977 

•votatlans PvtMlaa bv Thp CaiiMtpn Prpat. aicMrinn Sarurttia*. 
PpmlniM lacurHlw Corp.. Harri* png p*rln*r| Ltd.. The gdyal 
Mnk M epesadt and tPa Bpak M Npud ScpHa. 


mM to 4 

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r>« 7 ’* - % 


NB T*l 


311 MS 
HI 14S 
S30 < 3S 


13- 


475 


Inf Mogul 


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34M SIS'J 


IM 415 

7 - M 

431 SIMM M*a 2*1 a 4l • 
22M 339 3M 330 415 

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15H UM 

9W tU > 14** 1*4* - •« 

IIM S7M r* 74* - • 

UIN 3M 34# 345 4 5 

S14 I3>* • 


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S7U 74* JH - 


2309 


2150 


Dome 

Oem* Pfl* 

D Brtdp* 

Ootasco A 
Oom Stor* 

D TaxtU A 
Oomt*r 
Ou Pont 
Oylar L A 
a-LPin 
■ L Fin w 
Bast Mai 
last Sm A 
Estn Prov 
Ego Mints 34500 
Emco w NO 
E«lndc*r 
Falcon C 
PIbrg Nik A 
Pad Ind A 
Fed Plan 
F city F wt 
Faaderp Lt 
F Saasans 
F Saa A pr 
Francan* 
Fru*n*vf 
GfH Slaal 
GM Rat 
0*( M«lr 
G Distr* A 
GMC 

Gansiar L 
Gn*t*r L w 
Giani Yk 
Gibraltar 
Gaidund M 3MI 
Granduc 23M 
G L Nick) 

CL Paper 
GL Par 


int Pip* A 
ipsca 

■nv Grp A 
irvrtn T A 
Island T*l 
iwac* A 
Jannpck A 
Jannock • 

Jarsac I p 
Jannock w 
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4500 


Htmbra C 54M 
Ham Tr 300 

Hand Chm iM 

Hnd C pr 4M 
Hard Crp A 400 
Hard Crp C *“ 
Hartaquln 
Harris i A 
Hawker A 
Hawker pr 
Hayes D A 
Hadway A 
HIghmont 213 
Helingar a 21 S 
Ham* A 
Home a 
Horn* Pit 
H Bramor 
HuO Bay A 
H Bay Ca 
HB Oil Gas 11*4* 
Husky Oil UTT* 
Husky A pr i2g 
Husky E w 
>AC 

lAC 4 i p 

ITL Ind 
ID Inll 
IWC Com 
■ maseg A tM 
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imp Oil A 33147 
imp Oil a 152 
INCO A - 



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N York on 
Nfwc* Pm INI 
Nfweanx 3M 
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Nttd T*l 

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Nprean 
Narca» a 
Narcn IM 
Ncrpalr A 
NC Oils 


SM -13 
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NTacm a « 
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NS Savna* 
Nawict W 

Nu-Wst A 
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IM 35 
375 375 
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Simaaans *571 

Simpson S 1*75 

Sklar M 3M 

Sktpr W 3419 

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0c*i4* a 

OrcBan A 
Oaisaau A 
Oilord A 

Pac Caper 

Pac Nm G 
Pac mti 4H 

Pac Pts* 
PaM Pat 
PalMisa p 
PamoMr A 

Pan Cantr 

PanCan P 

Paulin A 

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P J«Wl A 
PtfrftiAa 

Patrol 

P«yia Otis 
ptiiiiip* ca 
Pick Craw 
Pina Paint 
Pitts C 
PiacaG 
PUcar 
Pit IlMBi 
Paw C#v A 
Praifia 


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Rothman 
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Rayil Ink 
Royal Tr A 
Rustpi H 
Rutsal 9*4 
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Sm' Aara 3301 

saoanar lUp 

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SUkO A 341 * 

Staap a 
stpintrpp 
Sulivpn A 
Sysiams D 

Takorp A 
Tack Cpt'A 
Tack Car a 
Tftadyna 
Tai-Sei 
Tti Can 
Ttxaca or 
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Them N A 
Tar Dm Bk 
Terstar • 14 M 

Total Pat 5939 

Total P A a • 
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Traders A 
Trpdar A p 
Trader • p 
Trad* 7') p 
Trader 44 w 
Tr Can Ras 12 
Trns Mt A 
Tr*nMir 
TrCan PL 
TrCan a pr 
Trimac A 
Trimac wt 
Triiae Crp 
Tfliae r 
Triiac w 
Turbo R 
Ultrpntor 
UnKon 3 
Un Cprbid 
UGas A 
UGas a*« 

Union Oil 
U Canto 
U Siscaa 
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VaropHI A 

v<c G A 

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Vulcan Ind 

Walpp A 
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Yukon C 
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BM-RT wt 43SM 
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Vancouver 


\-ANCOUVLR PhcBB . 
were down in nwderBtely bc- 
live tradtng Monday on tJie 
V'ancouver Stock Lxchange. 
Volume WB8 2.0 million 
shares. 

lonarc Smaltars lad tha in¬ 
dustrials. unchanged at .08 on 
5.500 sliBiNS. Ntonex InteiTia- 
fionBl WBS unchanged at $2 30 
on 4.400. Daon Development 
was steady at $84« on l.tiOO. 

Nicola Mines topiied the i-e- 
s n u r r e and develoiiment 
hoard, off 2 cents at .36 on 
287.UOO oharei. Arcadia Kxplffr 
ration rose one-half cent at .23 
on 268.000. Carulin Mines fell 
12 cents ai $2.8U on 147,767. 
SNA Rosnurees lost 9 cents at 
.hi on 44.650. 

In the curbs, Rualon Desal- 
opment dropped 2 cents at 
$1.58 on 103,200 shares. AMCA 
Industheii was uni'hanged ai 
.26 on 57.000. Darva Re¬ 
source! gained 7 cents st .85 
on 16,300.. 


Gold 

ONpON (API — Monday's eioo- 
gold priets in U.8. doljari por 
CA. Ipndon — 14ll,3S; ftfli — 
27; FrpnKfur* — 1*S-73i Zurich 
I44.375< Hong Kong — 143.43. 


Silver 


,.. . ...J0-oun(;a 

rartIttcaUs in iha Victarls trap 
U 41 U.S bid pir tray aunco «nd 
U.ti» asked Previoui day i4.S5 and 
U SI. 


Money 

At Montraal 

U 5 dollar 1.04U 47 50 

Pound starling 1.1243 t7 25 

At N4W Vark 

canodion dollar 0.*4U -4 25 

Pound starlino 1.7200 4l'2S 

U.S. FUNDI 

Furchasa prica of U.S. funds In 
Victoria area I.0S2O with 1.0545 ter 
travallari' chaouos and 1.0430 tar 
coins. Salting rafts I.QMO for casn 
and 1.0443 for chaoutS. 

Nominal stiiin:) price of ethar 
monies in Canadian funds; Austra¬ 
lia dollar 1.2OS0: Austria schilling 
.0447; Belgium convertible franc 
.0305. Bermuda dollar 1.0740^ 
Cnina fenminbi .5790; Czechoslova¬ 
kia crown .1*05: Denmark krane 
iStSj France fran; .2223; Garmpny 
mark .4733; Prpteg dracTima 
.0‘>*43; Hona Kong OOiUr .33jPi 
India rupee .I3M; italyJIro .0(4220; 
.lao'n ven .004050; Mexico peso 
.04705; Netherlanda guilder .4440; 
New Zealand oolUr 1.0475; Norway 
krona .2040; Portusil aacudo .02)0; 
•eufh Africa rand l.2373i Spain 'A' 
pesata .01230; 'iaoin 'B' ptodfa 
01.'70; Swedan krona .2413; 
MfUnd franc .4~M. 


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yDIvIdand 441 
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yRfvnu Grth 3.93 

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nEquIty 5.74 
hylncma 10-45 
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New York 


NEW YORK (AF) - Th» 
stock market's rtovit roily 
ramp to an Abrupt hiit Motv 
day In a broid dGcllna ltd hy 
such blue chip laauM as 
Kxxon and Clenaral .Motors. 

Kkuson. dowm m at S3V aa 
of the A p.m. rlos^ of tha 
NYSL. and GM. off 1 at 68S. 
ware two primary contribu* 
ton to th^ Dow‘‘b decline. 

(;M ptMtAd an tf per rant 
dntp In mifklub' oAf aal«a. 

Lxxon ahariB were undtr 
preasure all day following tha 


CLOSING AVBRAGBS 


3B inauitrlalt 
20 Trpnsporlotton 
U UtllltU4 

45 composito _ 

Voiumo in 43 MliiloA 


'■ f, 

.13 -ai^ 
I.2S -tIo 


romi>an>'B rtport late Friday 
«>( a 3.4 iMr otnt decline in lu 
pHinlngR for the seeond 

quarter. 

Other oil ikoues were mostly 
lower. Mobil gave up !*« to 
68>;,: Texaco was off 8b at 
$30H. and Atlantic' Rich/Md 
oaaGd *6 to 5T% desplt# a dlvi- 
daitd Increaaa. 

Analysts aaid Investors 
seemed reluctant tn jean In the 
riiAcket's recent upawing In 
the laoe of persistent cofU'em 
that U.S. economic growth 
might slow in the months 
ahead. 

They noted >ame uneaainess 
about the proi>[«ctive showing 
of the U.S. government's 
index of leading economic In- 
di('ators for June, to be rt* 
Itorted on Friday. 

The Index, designed to func¬ 
tion as a kind of economic 
crystal ball, dipped 0.2 pRr 
cent in May. By Wall Street 

ACTIVI STOCKS 


tredltton. B BlnglB dBoditi in 
tha index Is no v—i caub* for 
cancem. but a suneBBrinn nf 
thrta decllnae or mora maans 
trouble may He ahead. 

Among ClXnadlan iaeuaa 
on the New York aloek ax* 
change. Campbell Rad I.Ake 
w as up H at 27 Tb and Doma 
Mines '» at &2S|. 

McIntyre was doam % at 
354?. Bell Canada % at 0SH 
and dABtram H at 21%. 

Akon OTH Hilt •*% 

aii-AA u Hmsfko M*b 

AlcOP 54 Hnywll 3iW 

All Chm jm )nl Stool J**k 

AI-CMm saw IBM TTM) 

Am Motor 4'.) KpnnocoH 2»H 

Am Smoll \tVt KroH »*« 

Ling-Tpmqp * 

AMF IOC 1*04 Litton Induo 14W 

a 

Avcp ITH Morck |4'j 

Avon 4*'4 M*r LV Ipx 

Bol Hew 2P/) Minn MM 30A» 

BondIV 4146 MobllO Oil MV? 

Both SI T*') MonspnM 4446 

Booing SIV) ^or^ 43V? 

Bolso Css M'/o NCR Coro 43l|h« 

Bor^ Mu NplpmM 3 *iT‘ 

Bo-Wor MU Nfwmenf 2l<# 

Bri My 3^ Nert iT if ? 

BB Ik 

SSJff 88 

ilsHisSL. !?t; 

ChpM Mon i4U Pelprold MM 

Ch»-Oh*o 40U proz (j«m II 

ChrvsUr 1640 x<fA 31 

Coca-Cola 3*') Rgpub Sftol 24^« 

Col-Plm 'HT/a Rovipn 40'• 

Comsat M satawov 44.>) 

Clt-Dtto 22 Schlumb 44Va 

Con Edan Scott Papor 17') 

Cons 0-0 liH Seprt Roa 2*'-? 

Crwn Crk 72*) Shall 011 39’# 

Crwn Zll 34U Slngar 24') 


irt; 


Vai. Claaa Cbpa. 

*09,300 Gulf watt ind. 12 <« 

344.900 Vornado Inc 7Ss + 'a 

:5B,300 Exxon Corp 52 *4 —0 ') 

17aM MMP Ptfro 45 ->m 

I4*.M A^tlC Ricftfld 37 U ^ U 
14*.4M Giliatfo Co M U H 

v**df Ind 43 —1'/) 

13J.S00 Gen Mfr? Coxa 49 *4 

130,000 Phil eiac M 44 

129,*00 Pan Am Wid Air 4 U 

121.7W Citicorp 2* U * 


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Dividends 

Bxtondkprb Ltdu 9 canis ptyobia 
Aua. 15. racord Aug. S; xd Aug. I 

HvsRv Oil LM., k cants ssmi-dn- 
nual, paynbla Oct. 10; rKord Soot. 
*. xd stai. f 

FtnnKif Tractor and gauiwnant 

Rank Ortaniiaflan ltd.. 4,03 
carts Payable Nev- 2; racord Sapl. 
3; xd tool. 1. 

SOvoryr^ induilrlos 11#.. class 
A. IS cants; class i. is caoii; botn 
oavabla Oct. 3; racard Aup. 31; xd 
Aug. 29. 


Metals 


ino matala bld-ask In epunds sfar- 
<<ng par mptric ton; siivor m aonco 
Por frov oonca. 

Copppr ~ spot 72A733; 

74.1.5-744. 

Tin — leet *,303-4,319; 


‘Sii*”- 

W-9B2.3. 

Zink — spot 


334-M7; 
317.319; 

' a4f.4-34*,4; 

i.l^TS.O. 


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ytaaubran 4 if 

CIA Mgmt Gr 

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Goldtrust 2 94 

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Induit Gth 19.5* 
Indus incma lO.Tt 
Indust Pans 25.39 


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WINMPPir, 

High Ltw 

Flax— 

Jiv 

Oct 

Nov 

Dec 

Rapaoaad, Thundar Bay— 

Jiv 

Oct 

Nov 

Ooc 

Ripasaad, Vancauvor— 


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Mar 

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London Eaming^s 


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283.00 290.00 
271.50 :67.» 
766.00 262.50 
259.00 257.00 


81.20 97.70 


Livestock 


C4L6ARY (CP) — Racflots ai 
thi Ca Bary public stockyards Men 
lav teiaTiad 123 head of cotfie and 
13 calvii, made uo of a minimum 
of hein slaughttr and feedor cattle. 
Thera were insufficient sales pf any 
nne class to estatilsh pricas. Prices 
quoted are Friday’s sales Al-2 
xiaers pvpr 1.00C lbs. 40-42.60. A).2 
hollars over 650 lbs. )6-37.73. OU2 
• flwi 25-27.50. 0 4 20-23. Good bull* 
30-4). Good toedir steara ever lon 
Mimd^ 34-X3. Gond leader heiierx 
over 700 pounds 31-34 Gond stork 
si*er caivts 500 600 pounds 40-46.71 


Commodities 

HIGH LOW CLOSE 
Silvpr — Chicago (por pz.) 

Aug. 4.44 !m 4.60.90 A41.80 

§?!■ ItS 

- Now,York (jULlflO 1 

•opt. 

Doc. 

LUfRlor 

h».) 

•opt. 111.30 1M.70 

Nov. 114..10 192.00 

Jan. fON.SO 196.20 l|7.0>. 

Fork Bilbos — Chlcaob (por loo 
lbs.) 

Aug. 5J.90 $1.75 31.60 

' Feb. 46.90 47.65 48.20 

Mar 41.43 47.40 4r.90 

Plywood — Chicago (aer I.OOO 

sM 

Sobl. 200.10 199.50 199.10 

Nov. ?5 i.40 199.20 200.20 

Jan 702.90 201.30 201.40 

Gald — Winniesg (oar et > 


Whoat— 

Sept. 

Dec 

Mar. 

cam- 

Soot. 

Qec. 

Mar 
Oafs — 
sopt. 

Bi‘r. 

. SiyMani 


I0.9n 61.00 

77.40 77.50 

30 77.00 77.00 

90.p0 

S .OO 

.00 

49.10 44.in 44.10 

47.40 

CHICAfxO 

NIGH LOW CLOSE 

232 231 23t'i 

242^4 ?41''2 242*4 

231-U 250V) 351Vt 

209>) 204'^ TOaV? 
716'4 214*4 21S'-< 
224 223 223V) 


LONDON (CP) — Closing stpr.k 
auofafions today in new pence 
unless pounds aro indicated, x-in 
dicafes that quotations .includes dol¬ 
lar pramlum based on latasi con¬ 
version rata. 0.7136. 

Associated Brit Foods 37'>i, Bab¬ 
cock and Wilcox 96, Bass Charrlng- 
ton Il4. BICC n9'>T, x-Blyvoors 
347'/}, Boots 1744. BowoUr 174'/?, 
Srif Am Tob 242'), Brit Asaats 
Tryst 57'.;, BOC Infarnitionai 74. 
Brit Pelrolaom 914, x-4rok*n Mill 
Prop 3604), BuHais 073. x-Canadian 
Pac stgx 14^*, x-Charter Coni 
124'), ^ns Gold 1^'), Courtoulds 


M j»-:, OWN 

Pelroieom 

> 3604), BuHi 
•fgx 14:* 

- J, Cons Gold 

!iS' Ot *•^*'1' f 

130*). Dunlop 103. EMI 
K-F.S. Oeduid 12'/?, Oen E 


ourtoyld 
Dlstlilai 
• 213V», 


mw 


Oaduid 12'/j, Gen Elec W’. 


12M) 124W 123 
444 427',5 432 


*t.)0 31-30 51,^ 

- Chlcagp (Por l.m 

iRI 


Bonds 

TORONTO (CPI - Pricas war* 
(raclionallv lower in modtrat* 
trading on the Canadian bend mar- 


term, provincial an# corporita 
issues ware down ont-elghth of a 
point. Day-iG^av menay was avail- 
able at 7'-* por cant 


Montreal 


JkI/ 




6.9 Indusfr _ 
12 iJtilitUs 
7 blanks 

a Papers 

*9 CemoosiU 


Velum* 24*.875 


».49 --0 96 
IM.MI —1.32 
244.40 -I 69 
102.49 4-0 02 
IU.S7 113 


Ho**ls Gr Gnv Sto74}'22U}, 
Guest Kaon 320''>, Hawkor fiddoUy 
170, Hb^or 329Cy. ICl 3931), Imp 
Tob 72'4t, Kloof 460, Miflu and 
•Mneor lU. Motal Box 300. Mtnpr- 
C9 143. x-Philllpi *70. PUtaov 12, 
Rbnk A 1966, rTo TInto Zinc 203. 
Roan Consol 107M. Sal Trust 434, 
Second ScQ|t Inv 7|-u. Shall T and 
T J49V*, fongonviko laT/^. Thom¬ 
son 3921), Thorn 322, Tub# invgsf- 
mints 392. Ultramor 175'/?, Jni- 
lavor 490, Union Corp 3l2, Voals 
i^'i. VIckOfs 191, Wostorn Driofon- 
tein If,?. Western Ooop Level lu. 
x-west Mines 973*. w Holding U't. 
Woolworth 49, Zombipn COPOOr 16. 

BONDS: Brit Tronspoft 59V4, BhU 
Cpns 19. Troosurv oui tf?. War 
Loon 2I',}. 

Thf FinincUt Tlmoo induatrial 
Index 4J7.2. ue .9.7. 


•More finance 

page 11 


•ow Valley industries Lld.< year 
ended May 31; 1977, $4,777,97«, 17 
cants a snare; 1976, $974,995, eight 
cenis. 

CabU-caslino Lid., nine monlha 
ended May 31. U77, lin.lfl, 41.03 
a snare, 1976. 157C.794. 12 cants. 

Cffanase Canada Lid., six months 
anded Jun* 30: 1977. S933.00D. four 
cants a share; 1976. 11,3074)00 l04B, 
12 cants. 

Data Lina •vstams Lid., six* 
months sndsd Juno 30: 1*77, 

S76.&U, 29 Cents a shara; 1974, 
•1,207,000 lots. 12 ctnts. 

Data Lin* Sysiams Lid., six 
months ended June 30; 1977, 

•76,000, 29 cents 4 eharo; 1976. 
•39 000. 10 cents. 

MacLaren Power and Papor Co., 

six months enoed June 30; 1977. 

I?:!?!®; «“r" * 

\ Nordair 

June 30: 
figures 
loss. 

TexatguH Inc., six months ended 

W,l: mm: if.ir" 

>1 12 a share; 1976, S1.Q5a.073. 99 
corns. 

C4rma Oovclopors Lid., six 
months artdod Juno 30: 1977, 

•3./||1,W' 69 vonti a mart; 1976. 
15,1*0.0M. 96 cents. 

Ddtallno ivtMms Ltd., six 
months tndod Junt 30; 1977, 

•76,00, 2* cants a. thera, 1976, 
•39,000. 10 cants. 

Fruahauf Tralltr Ca. *f Canada 
Ltd., six months andad Jun* ?0 
1*77, 3i,4i3(^, CO cants a shars. 
1«/6. SI.66LCOO. 42 cants 
•ray Ggea* Cora., nine months 
» anded MOv 31. 1977, $1,071,962, 90.5 
<anis a ahara: SMlSta. 49.2 cants. 

Laldlaw TranaMrlation Ltd., nin# 
tnonths ended May 31 1977. 
01.745.905, . SI 95 a share, 1976. 
•2.472.170. 91.S cants. 


vGrwth 
yintarpci 
yJapan 
yMorigge 

yMutuai 
yRotiramf 
yProvid MutI 
yPravId atek 5 19 
Planned invest Cr 
Canada Cm 6 60 
Pid Ratrc? 4 79 
y Taurus 6 30 

Prat at RavanvGr 
American * 90 
Canadian 4M 
yFgnd 5.M 

Ratirempni 6.70 
•cotlaIgM Gr. 
•cohalund 99 
Scotiain MIg I 0) 
Unitad band Mr 
yRoyfund 6 20 
yRoyFnd Inc 315 
Unitad Graup 
yAccumuiat 404 
yAccum R. 4 26 
yAmpricn I 54 
yCont Mtg* 5 21 
. yHoriipo 2.49 
ySacurity 4 10 
yVenlur* 2 7* 
Vthfur Rami W 
nivarsat Gr. 

Sava Equrty 912 
Sava Income 5 34 


yVi 

Unit 


ITCO 

Koyilgno 

Cus K-2 i ff 

Cus K-1 17 M 

Cus K-4 3.97 

PoUris 341 

■Lav Rsrch 14 01 

iManhltn 2.30 

yMarit Eqfy 2 73 

Marlboro 172 

yNatrusce 13.1 

Canadian 4 49 

Equity 7 01 

Growth S.IO 

xOna Wm St 14 19 
xOpponhmr 613 
Pomborton Gr. 
nPocif Olv 
nPacif >nc 
nPactt Rai 
nPacit Ret 
nPacif- US 
PHH Graup 
yBond 
yCanadian 
yFund 
y Pooled 
nyRRSP 
PMF Mngmt Ltd 
nPaniion Ml 6 85 
nKanadu Fnd 4N 
Principal Gr. • 
CoIlKttvo 0 39 

Growth 4 64 

Venture 3.54 

nPulnam 10 60 

ttorling Graug 
Equity Svq 

y^Mortgg* 3 U 

xTach 7.51 

TampU Gth 13 47 

Trans Canada Gr 
VA Grp $36 
yC Grp n 39 

ySpacUt 4 32 

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Payoff coming 

North Sea costs soar 


DiliJ liJitnitC VioKH'ia, B.C, iUMday, July J», iMti 


Cominco adds week 

Offer extended 


Ca^NBURGH (CP) ^ Oil 
7>«w la flowing Into Britain 
trom walls drlUad in tba bot- 
tom d ttia North Saa, but if 
aayone had countad the coat 
of aaeWng this oil aevan years 
ago, the whole idea might 
have been forgottoo. 

.Ulwn the find waa made tn 
1970 It coat about £1 million 
(tl.8 million) just to drill a 
wall in the Noitb Sea to e»> 
t^Uith wdiether it waa worth 
egploring further. The oil 
campanies prepared to risk 
that kind d capital would 


have been the laat to deny 
that they were engaging to a 
gigantic gamble, taafili^ by 
little more than aelantle 
■oundinga indicating that ell 
trapa could luric among the 
complex subterr a nean geoky 
gy of one of the world's 
wildest itretctiea of aea. 

But the sums spent to hire 
mobile rigs to go out and seek 
the oil paled into inaignifi* 
c-ance when the engin eers 
began to aaaeea the wotic in¬ 
volved in building and inatall- 
ing the permanent platforma 


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There's an organized group tn Waddngtoo etate that 
doesn't mind teQing toe world toat it kicked to a total of 
$137,000 to varioua candidates in the last state-wide elections. 
Furthermore. It names those so assistad, whether they srere 
Reeled or not. 

Doesn't mind? The fact it. Unitad for Washington Is 
obliged to tell — by law. And so is other organization 
toat supports a candidate — a situation far different than 
exists in Canada. 

"But we're not a lobby.'’ insisted Executive Dtre^ 
tYed Mast. And he repeat^ that statement two or three 
times during the interview. 

Mast and about 50 otoer members of United for Washing¬ 
ton are here on a two-day "retreat” to review and preview 
their activities. 

Full public disclocure is their gukUi^ beacon. Businets- 
men in Canada might find such a oourae diffi cul t to follow 
but U for W doesn’t seem to have any problem. 

The organization waa incorporated in 1972, toe earoe year 
that the disclosure rulee were instituted. It now has about 700 
members and the amounts that it has raised and disperaed to 
toe last three etoetkm have riaen from 960,000. to $90,000 
and then to $137,000. 

In order to qualify for such assistance, which oan range 
from $60 to $700. Mast said, the candidate only has to promise 
two things: that he will espouse the free enteiprlee point of 
view while in office and will strive for fiscal responsibility to 
government. It doesn’t matter if he's Republican or Demo 
crat. 

Contributors are limited to toeir donations to $3,000 to 
any one year. Mast said, whether they're individuals or rep¬ 
resent corporatkms. Tax claims can ba made for up to $100 
by Individuals but tois to not extended to corporatiana. 

"About half of toe donatians are for $100 or less.” Blast 
said, and added toat 25 per cent of the group’s budget goes 
lor administradvt costs. And all of toat has to be pitollcly 
disclosed, too. 

Mast aaid that ttirveye show that the average candidate 
Cor a two-year term as a representative spends ebout $8,200 
on his campaign. The fouivyear term for state senate seats is 
more costly — about $13,000. 

He admitted that what his group can contribute to direct¬ 
ed at specific phases of a person’s campaign — euch as pay¬ 
ing for a mailing, or a TV spot Most of the tone the funds go 
to somebody in a tough struggle with a well-backed opponent. 

The Washington legislature has just wound up six hard 
months to Olympia. Democrats control both houses, 30-19 to 
toe senate and 62-36 to the house of representatives. Among 
toose who sat were 49 representatives (26 RepubUcans and 23 
Democrats) and 15 senators (9 Democrats and six RCp^ti- 
cansV whose campaigns were financially assisted by U for W. 

Did they display any signs of flscid responsibility? Mast 
said they did to that toe biennial budget for toe first tone to 
toe last five budget sessions grew less than 33 per cent trom 
^e previous one. About $450 million was trimmed from toe 
proposed budget that was eventually worth about $8 Wllion, 
Including federal funds. 

Asked which Iteal had the higher priority, fiscal responsi- 
bllity by governments or free enterprise boosting, Blast said 
toat he was of toe opinion that th^r really go together. 

"(Governments have to find the fun^ to make their pro 
grams go » and so they must btoave In the same fashion as 
a well-run bustoeas,” he said. 

*United for Washington of course keeps close tabs on who 
foted for what and all of such factors are weighed when the 
next election rolls around and campaign funds are sought, 
f** Mast said toat there ere 110 ditferent groups that back 
eendidates in Washington elections. 

"But we’re the only one listed in the Seattle phone bodk,** 
li^^id, with obvious pride. 

••• Mast said that he had one more thing to add. 

^ "A lot of people asked me *why is United for Washington 
■iecessary?' Well, it's not necessary but it exists to fill a vac- 
bom. It’s a way to help those to^vidual citizens who don't 
fSi ti>eir money where toeir mouths are — in other words, go 
out and knock on doors in an election campaign.” 


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in your bedroom... 
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your wife? 

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maating. T«*o big bada. a ooupta of uncomfortabfa ohaira and a TV 
tabla...nol much room (o hold a pra^onfaranca bhaflng. 

At tha Chataau Qrarwiita. on tha olhar hand, you gat a aulia for Vta prtca 
of a room. So you and your pllanl oan Hop on tha oomtortabta chaatar- 
tiaid and aaay chair, apimad vour papara out on tha ooffaaUbta. taka a 
coupia of aooi onaa out of tha fridga. and gat down to 
buainaaa. 

Whan your wife gats back from ahopplng. aha can 
go mto tha aaparata badroom. taka a 
nap ar>d fraahan up for dinnar and tha 
naarby lhaatra without - 

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you or your 
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that would be needed to d»> 
vsiop toe full^ potsntiaJ of 
North See oUfieUli. 

Techniques to extract hy¬ 
drocarbons from strata far 
beneath the seabed were el- 
reedy in cxistenc,e but they 
hed been tried only to conv 
peretiv'ely shehow weterc. 
Both the ecele of operetions 
end design criteiie hed to be 
pushed to new Umts If the 
techniques were going to be 
deployed successfully to the 
nor thern oil-betrtog zones off 
the Scottish coest, where 
winter gelee oen produce e 
combtoetton of 100-toot wevee 
and winds sasreeding BK) mllee 
an hour. 

British FetroKon (BP), the 
company that had been 
among the ptoneert to devel- 
optog the gasQrida to the 
e o u tfaern North Sea, was the 
first to face up to tba engi¬ 
neering and c ommer ci al chal- 
leofea poeed by toe di s co v ery 
of e potsntially promlstag oil¬ 
field in a hostile offshora eo- 
v tronmept 

Bp’s rig Sea Quest waa 
drilltog 109 miles east- 
northeast of Aberdeen to Oc¬ 
tober. 1870, when it mede the 
historic oil strike to a sand¬ 
stone reservoir about 7,000 
feet bdow sea levri. Not only 
did the cril flow prollflcally but 
it was light and had a low 
sulphur content which would 
give it a high market value. 

Further drilltog estabUahed 
timt BP had on its bands an 
oval-shaped diacovery oover- 
tog some 36 aquare miles 
titan which toe company could 
expect to recover a total of 
1.8 mfllion besreli. The g eoto- 
glstt estimated that the Arid 
was capable of a peek flow of 
400.000 barrels a day, or 20 
million tons of oil a year, 
which was enough to meet at 
least a fifth of Britain's oil 
requirments. 

But toe potential would only 
be fully realized U BP was 
prepared to undertake invest¬ 
ment of a scale rarely before 
c on te mplated tor a e^le in¬ 
dustrial venture. 

The first tentati v e cost es¬ 
timates suggested that the 
project eoukl be oompletad 
tor less than {300 mlBion. but 
toe total Boar ed temasds <400 
ntiffion ($730 millkn) when 
angtoeers began to exparience 
the problem s of wortdng to an 
area where water deptos 
range fro m 340 to 420 feet and 
where weather c o n di t i o ns can 
reduce wortdng days in most 
winter montos to a mere 
handful. 

The delays and the inevita¬ 
ble cost linflation that occ u red 
during this period piayad 
havoc with the original ss- 
timates. But once the com¬ 
pany was co m mitted to the 
scheme, there was Uttla it 


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VANCOUVER (CP) — Od- 
mtooo Ltd. Biooday an- 
notmead a Beven-diy extan- 
aton of ite oflter of $18 (Ouia- 
dian) a toaia tor aU nutetanrt 
, Ing eteaB A and cteH B abarei 
’ of Bethkbam Copper Ooip. 

The offer now e x ptree at 
4.30 p.m. loeal times July 28. 

A Oxktoco apo k ea n un said 
the offer period waa being ex¬ 
tended to ellow addltiostal 
time for ahareholdera who 
have run into difflcultiea in 
depositing their ehares be¬ 
cause of summer vacationB, 
mailing delays or ottiar 


Cominco also said that 


mora than 80,000 aharet had 
baan daposltiad ty Bethieham 

managamant 

Oomtoco. which alraady 
owns about 12 per cent of 
Bethlehem Copper shares. Is 
attempting to buy oontroi and 
soone expect toat If it Is 
auooesifui. a huge copper de¬ 
posit to the Highland Valley 
near Kamloope may be devel¬ 
oped. Two otoer mining com¬ 
panies are principal share- 
holden of Be^ehein. 

BetMaham dlrecton clakn 
that the aaset value of the 
sharas is b st wa en $28 and $32. 


Reed controversy 

Ryder’s payment 
from Canada 


BP production platform 


could do but grin snd bear the 
tocrease. ft now ia as tii n ate d 
that BP wiB have epent a 
total of 1860 iniMlon ($1.53 bO- 
Iton) by toe time the last 
piece of equipment is installed 
to cope with peak flow. 

The tact that the Forties 
project has turned out to be at 
least three times as expensive 
ss was cniglnally thought 


might wril have frightened 
away oth er potential North 
Sea tovasters had they not 
also taken aocmBit of the in¬ 
crease to ofi prices and the 
cato returas that will tkm 
with toe dl. BP admits that it 
expects to have recouped all 
its capital e x pen di ture trom 
the aale of Fortiea oil by the 
end of 1978. 


Gold discovered 
in Newfoundland 


ST. JOIN’S, Nfld. (CP) — 
Premier Frank Moores 
expressed excitement Monday 
abixit the discovery of gold 
near Port aux Basques, on the 
southwestern tip d New¬ 
foundland. but said the an- 
nounc^ment does not mean 
a mine will be put into prodtio- 
tioo. 

The discovery to tiie Long 
Range Mountains, 19 miles 
northeast of Port aux Bas¬ 
ques. was announced earlier 
to the day by Rio Algom 
5tines Ltd. of Toronto. 

Moores, accompanied at a 
news conference by Mines 


Minister Brian Pecktord and 
Robert Annstrong. chairman 
and chief executive officer of 
Rio Algom. said he "feels 
very good” about tiie find. 

If a gold mine is developed, 
It will be tiie first in the prov¬ 
ince. 

Armstrong said test yields 
to the area show 2-lf)ths to 
9-10th8 of an ounce of high 
quality g<rfd to every ton of 
rock. 

"It’s an exciting new pros¬ 
pect,” he said. 

However, be said. It is too 
soon to tell whether the gcJd 
exists to marketable quanti¬ 
ties. 


LONDON (Reuter) ^ Rob¬ 
ert BUlingsley of Toronto, 
fonner president and chief ex¬ 
ecutive of tha Canadian sub- 
•Idiaiy of Reed International 
Ltd., waa named Monday as 
the man who authortood a 
oontrovenial $100,000 pay¬ 
ment to former Bead chaii^ 
man Lord Ryder. 

The retirement gratuily — 
atone repaid by Lord Byte — 
was mads by Osnadian Forest 
Products Ltd., a Canadian 
company aaaociated with 
Reed Ihtcmational, the Bri^ 
lah company said to a stat^ 
ment 

Lord Ryder had been a 
director for some years of jbe 
C a r md^a n company which 
made the payment on the 
understandtog it waa to be re¬ 
paid by Reed. 

In a statement detailing the 
backgnxaid to the payment, 
first dUclosed to the Reed 
Group’s annual report eariier 
this month, tiie Re^ directors 
maintained that Billingsley 
had no grounds or authority 
whatever tor seeking the Ca¬ 
nadian company's help to 
paying an additicxial sum to 
Lord Ryder from Reed’s 
funds. 

Lord Ryder has said the 
payment had nothing to do 
with his decision to retire on 
Aug. 1 as chairman of Bri¬ 
tain's National Enterprise 
Board, the government-spon¬ 
sored organization which su¬ 
pervises state-owned indus¬ 
tries. 

The Reed statement said 
Billingsley, to a memorandum 
dated December, 1975. 
claimed It had been agreed 
through a committee that it 
would be beneficial for tax 
puzposes if he arranged 
tiuough Canadian Fbrest 


Products and Reed Paper to 
pay Ryder a lump sum pay¬ 
ment of $100/)00. 

The statement said other 
me m bers of the committee 
hed, tadependently, denied 
BflUngsley's account 
The Osnadien company had 
acted to the belief it was hrip- 
tog Reed to overcome tech¬ 
nical dUftoulties tn making 
llie payment to Lord Ryder, 
tbs s t a teroe o t said. 

It added that there was 
nothing arising from the 
investigation requiring Reed 
to bring the matter to the at¬ 
tention of pubUc authorities. 

Lord Rytier to a statement 
Monday said be had no per- 
eooal knowledge of many of 
the matters referred to to the 
Reed statement 



APPOINTMENT 



AmLamon 

K. L. Johnson, Senior Vtce- 
President, Western Region, 
Ronelds-Reynolds Compeny 
Limited, is pleased to en- 
flounce the ep^ntmem of Mr. 
Jemes C. Lawson es Meneger 
of the Company's Vancouver 
operation. 

A native of Vancouver, Mr. 
Lewson brings to Ronalds- 
Reynolds an extensive 
business background. After 
becoming e chartered accoun¬ 
tant with Price Waterhouse, he 
spent severei years In the 
marketing eree with Canadian 
feweries end Scott Paper. He 
also gained edditlonel ex¬ 
perience with two melor edver- 
ming agencies in Vancouver. 
8eginnlng in )?71, Mr. Lawson 
was for five years Marketing 
Otrector with an tntemetionai 
fast food compeny. Recently he 
has heeded his own marketing 
consulting firm. 

Mr. Lawson's appointment 
marks the further exponslon of 
Ronelds-Reynolds' operations 
In Western (Unede and his sub¬ 
stantial expertise In marketing 
piennlng end advertising will 
provide the agency's clients 
with edditlonel important f~~ 
vices. 

In his new capacity, Mr. 
Lawson Is responsibit tor the 
agency's Vancouver operation. 


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Germany's surplus 
keeps dollar down 


FRANKFURT (Reuter) — 
The U. S. dollar tumbled to an 
all-time low in hectic dealing 
on the foreign eiKhange mar¬ 
ket here Monday as West (Ger¬ 
many reported yet another 
substantial trade surplus for 
June. 

The U.S. currency was of¬ 
ficially fixed at 2.2505 marics, 
compared with last Friday's 
2.2612. At one point, it feU 
to 2.2465 marks. 

The recent weakness of the 
dollar has been due mainly to 
the fSjpt that the United States 
is piling up a huge trade defi¬ 
cit — nearly $10 billion to the 
first five months of this year 
— while West Germany and 
Japan have amassed large 
surpluses. 

Despite the steady increase 
to the mark’s International 
value. German exports out¬ 
stripped imports last month 
by 2.89 billicm marks about 
$1.28 billion at the current ex¬ 
change rate, the federal sta¬ 
tistics office in Wiesbaden 
said. 

Ti.is means that in tlie first 
half of this year. West Ger- 
mar>y has sold 18.36 billion 


marks (about $8.16 billion) 
n>ore goods than it has 
bought. 

This is largely offset, how¬ 
ever, by socalled trade "in¬ 
visibles” such as the remit¬ 
tance home of money by West 
Germany’s 1.9 million mi¬ 
grant workers, tourism and 
fees for industrial patents 
and licences. 

When these items are de¬ 
ducted. the country’s current 
account surplus for the first 
six months of 1977 Is 5.5 bil¬ 
lion marks $2.44 billion, the 
same as for the corresponding 
period last year. 

U.S. officials have called on 
countries with large trade 
surpluses to take steps to re¬ 
duce them, partly by sUmu- 
• latlng domestic consumer de¬ 
mand. 


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METALWORKINO EQUIP. — Pedinghau* Typa 210/16 Iron- 
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Throat No. 4M.T,. Wells Mod. 8M Bandsaw. 12" Capacity; 30 Ton 
Shop Prass: 2—Canadian Blower Ped. Ofiii H" Cap.. 2—New 
Bench Drill Presses, ’/i" Cap.; 

WELDING EQUIP. — 7—Lincoln TM300 idealsre. 300 AMP 
Welders; 2->Linco(n 250 AMP O.C. Welders, c/w Leads; Nelson 
Mod. H-D.C. Stud Welder; Cutting Table c/w Oxy-Acetylene Set. 
Hoes. Torch, ete.; Welding Carts; etc. 

ROLLING STOCK — 1976 Ford F100 Pickup. V8 Auto.; 1976 
Hyster S60B Lift Truck, 6,000 LB.. 120’. P.S.. Auto. Trans.. Bul- 
imoose 5 Ton Cap. Crane. 1960 White MA40 4.000 lb. Lift Truck. 
Auto. Trans., 110' Lift; Wayne Ind. Power Sweeper. 
COi^PRESSOR — 5 H.P. Webster. 

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Vices: Steel Teblee; Electrical Switch Boxes; Plats Clampa; Chain 
Slings; Ladders; Ext Bolts; Taps snd Dies; etc. 

NEW TOOLS — Vises. Hydraulic Jacks. Comsiongs. Chain 
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Peru’s revered skeleton ‘phoney’ 


^ LIMA {Renter) — A skele¬ 
ton ot uncertain age has been 
unmasked In Lima as as im¬ 
postor who earned money by 
false pretences. . 

Gemntitions tourists had 
paid the equivalent 20 cents 
to file past the 6kelet(m—par¬ 
tially covered with flesh and 
tattered clodi—displayed bi a 
glass coffin in the crypt of 
Lima cathedral. 

They believed, as the of¬ 
ficial plaque indicated, that 
they were viewing the re¬ 
mains of Francisco Plzarro, 
discovered Peru in the 
16th century. Tlie skeleton 
was placed there in the last 
century. 

But tome Peruvian histori¬ 
ans have long doubted tile au¬ 
thenticity of the claim. Now 
the skeptics have firm support 
with the recent discovery of a 
human skull tiiat is generally 
accepted to be Plzarro't. 

Workmen found It in a niche 
during restoration work in the 
cathedral. 

It was in a lead um that 
carried an inaoription stating 
ft to be the head o( Pizarro 
’‘who discovered and con¬ 
quered the kingd(Mns of Peru 
for the n^al crown of Castille 
(Spain).” 

Pizarro. an illiterate sol¬ 
dier. led a band of ^lahish 
adventurers searching for 
gold. They wesit on to conquer 
the mighty Inca empire. Pi¬ 
zarro was murdered in Lima 
on June 26.154L 
By tlie side of the skeleton in 
the crypt was a jar containing 
reddish powder, said to be the 
coagulated intestines of Pizar¬ 
ro. 

Historians regard the <fis- 
covery of the skull as final 


proof that the skeleton was 
not the genuine remains of 
the conquiq|ador, and the new 
evidence appears convincing. 

According to Ifitiweentury 
chronicles, Pizarro was at¬ 
tacked in his palace by sever¬ 
al armed men and died as a 
result of dagger wounds in the 
neck and face. 

The skull just found bears 
several wound marks, includ¬ 
ing a hole above the right 
eyebrow. 

Almost 100 years after Pizar- 
ro's murder, a Spanish histo¬ 
rian, Father Calencha. wrote 
in his memoirs that he saw 
“the conqueror’s boat in a 
small wooden box” placed in 


a niche inside lima cathe¬ 
dral. 

Later writings by colonial 
officials mention a “small. 
cc^Bn-flhaped box.” Some also 
referred to a small lead um 
c<mtaining the skull. 

Peruvian historian Ruben 
Vargas Ugarte argued several 
m<mth8 ago that the small 
wooden box described by 
eariy ITtixentury witnesses 
could not possibly. have con¬ 
tained a whole skeleton such 
as the one on display in the 
cathedral. 

Pizarro’s body was hurried¬ 
ly buried in the courtyard of 
the cathedral shortly after his 
murder but church archives 


show that it did not stay there 
long. 

Hie <rfticial version is that 
it was transferred to a crypt 
under the high altar in 1617. 
There weft At least two sub¬ 
sequent exhumations. But 
again, official documents 
mention bones. Nowhere is 
there any reference to a skel¬ 
eton. 

Another contemporary his¬ 
torian, Dr. Felix Gillen, 
argues that the skeletcm is in 
too good a condition to be that 
of a man died more than 
four centuries ago. He feels 
that a simple forensic exami- 
natiem would determine its' 
age. 

“More imfiortant is that all 


historians agree that Pizarro 
was idUeci by dogger wounds 
and that would show up under 
study.” BlU church authori¬ 
ties bad always refused to let 
' him or any other tUBtorUin ex¬ 
amine the remains. 

There is no pressing need 
for that now that the skull has 
been found, but church auth- 
<»1tie5 have relented and are 
ready to authorize a forensic 
examination of the skeleton to 
estabbsh Its age, and its id«i- 
tity. 

One theory is that it could 
have been that of a Negro 
slave of Pizarro. Another says 
it .could be the body ot a 
priest who died a century ago. 


Historians say the cathedral 
has been twice partially de¬ 
stroyed by earthquakes—and 
worms would have done the 
rest. Hie skull was preserved 
because it was contained in a 
lead um. 

Forensic experts who exam¬ 
ined the skull said it was that 
of a man of 60, fairly small 
and thin. This idoitification 
coincides with ancient records 
relating to Pizarro. 

Part of a dagger or sword 
was discovered next to the 
skull in the lead um. It will 
be put on display beside the 
■kuU and the um-4n the 
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Steinbrenner won’t make Martin martyr 


NEW YORK <AP) -In ft 

mnftrliftb)# romMablf dlft- 
euftikm with thft press Moi> 
dfty nl^t, Ntw Yatic Yftnkee 
owTiftr George Steinbrenner 
gently celled BUly Mertin e 
liar and said a decifkn on the 
Yankee mftnftger*a dUmisscU 
would be left completely to 
team president Gebe Paul. 

^‘Wtatever Gebe reconv 
mends will be accepted by 
me." Steinbrenner said. "It*s 
totally his dedskm. But 


there's nothing Imminent m 
the matter." 

While Steinbrenner wouldn't 
say that Martin was in danger 
of losing his job, the energetic 
owTMr 1^ the Impreeskm that 
the same patterns that led to 
Martin’s fillip in three other 
placet ware happening in Nev 
York. 

Steinbrenner was upset with 
some of Martin’s recent re- 
maiits, which came in the 
wake of widely ctmilating 

i 


rumors that the Yankee skip¬ 
per had been fired. 

"Sure I’m displeased with 
the remarks," Steinbrenner 
told a neae conference. 
"They’re Just not factual. Cer¬ 
tain things have bee^ said 
that Just aren’t so." 

Steinbranncr referred speci- 
fically to Martin’s claim that 
his status had become shaky 
in spring training when he 
and Steinbrenner got into a 


shouting match in the team's 
clubhouse in St. Petersburg, 
Fla., after a game with New 
York Mets. 

Although the factual dis¬ 
crepancies don’t seem major. 
Steinbrwiner seemed to be 
using them to subtly discredit 
other recmt statements of his 
manager. 

"I want to clear the air." 
Steinbrenner said. "I’m not 
out to get Billy 3kUrtin. ’That’s 


a lot of crap. It’s a copout. 
And H’s not even a new oofv 
out." I 

Steinbrenner pointed to 
Martin’s previous battles with 
management at Minnesota, 
Detroit and Texas. "IBs state¬ 
ments have been misleading. 
He's saying "they're making 
a martjT out of me.’ Well, 
' look at the histor>'. It’s hap¬ 
pened three times before. 

"I’m tired with all his self- 


serving statements. 1 don't 
want to be part 4>f making a 
martyr out of KUy Martin. 
He's got the best material in 
the American League. T%e 
manager’s jOb is to motivate 
and make his players per¬ 
form." 

Yankees were In third 
place. 2't games behind Bal¬ 
timore in the AL East, before 
Monday night's action. 

Steinbrenner said he waa 


not happy with the team's 
play or the team's position, 
adding that the fault must ul¬ 
timately lie with the field 
manager. 

‘T thought it was beautififl 
when Sparicy Anderson (On- 
olnnati Reds manager) 
Warned his team's failures on 
the manager." said Steinbren¬ 
ner. "How the team performs 
is the only yardstick you 
have." 


But deapite the dlasatis- 
factkm, Steinbrenner said He 
was sticking widi Martin as 
long as Paul does, "fbr Bil¬ 
ly’s good, the good oC the 
team and Gabe’a good, I hope 
BlUy reachaa a real \aid^ 
atandbig with Oabe.’* 

Paul wouldn’t comment on 
whether he felt Martin wwa 
doing a good Job, but said: 
"We're not thinking In terms 
of a change. We’re thinking of 
winning with Billy Martin." 



Dodgers lose to Mets 
but Reds can’t cash in 


CLOUD OF DL'ST b rebed by Ceau Oedeno of 
Houston Astros a.s he strealu acTam home pbt« on 
a successful steal, as Chicago Cub catcher George 
Mittenvald and umpire Han^ Weiidelstedt look on. 


Cedeno sprinted for home while pitcher WilUe Her- 
nandei went into • wtndnp whUe pitching and 
Cedeno easily beat the throw. 


In jury-plagued Bakers 
host Richmond tonight 



* 


Injuries continue to plague 
\* i c t o r i a McDonalds and 
there’s no relief in sight for 
^the Western Canada Major 
Junior Lacrosse League club. 

Several key players, includ- 


iny leading so(M*er 'TtJ Labh. 
will not be av'ailablt for to¬ 
night's game againat Rich¬ 
mond Roadrunneiw at Esqul- 
malt Sports Oentra, the first 
of three games In six days tor 


Sport today 


BASEaAI2> 

irW p>m. — Senior Amateur 
League: Kablceks vs. Oorga 
Hotel, Lambrlck Park. 

i:ai p.m. — OoBttaaatSeu el 
play la the Greater >leterta 
Little League champloua M pe 
(wlauer-loeers flual), Slda^ 
Park. 

SOFTBALL 

a:ao p.m* — Senior Wo- 
mea’s I.eague semi-finals; 
GSV Combos %%. OI\l >loet- 
tea. CRE8C Angels vs. Oftl- 
ony Inn, Hyaclatli Park. 

C:sa pan. ~ Haywood Men’s 
League; Webb aud Trace va. 
Hygrade Radio, Haywood Av- 
ease Park. 

p-m. — Sldusy Meu’a 


T.eaguet Ranr^s ts. Sidney 
Hotel, Saaecha Park. 

a:tf p.m. — Stuffy MeOtu- 
ala Mea'a League: <luaa do 
P^ica vu. Molscma, Central 
Park; Sooke Mercbanta vs. 
Coloay Ian, Seoke Athletic 
Park. 

a:M p.m. ~ Continuation of 
play In Msrrtwnald Park 
Men’s League final, Strath- 
conn Hotel ve. Metorin Athlet¬ 
ics. Macdould Park. 

LACROSSE 

8 p.m. — Western C Rn n dn 
Major Jnaler League: Bloh- 
mood Roadrunaera va. W* 
torU MacDeoalds, Hs gidm a H 
Sportt Oeotre. 


City athletes earn 
B.G. team berths 


VANOOUVEH, — Four Vio- 
toria athlete, have qualiUed 
for the B.C team which will 
compete In the Cuiadian 
World Cup track and field 
trial, and World Student 
Game, trial, in Edmonton 
this weekend. 

At trial, held on the week¬ 
end at Swangard Stadium and 
Umpire Stadium. Debbie 
Scott won the women'. 1300 
metres in 4:30.8; Joyce Yaku- 


G)lt crown 
to Kelowna 

KAMLOOPS — KekMTia 
won the B.C. Colt baseball 
championship Monday, de¬ 
feating Coquitlam in nine 
innings. The victory gives the 
Okanagan squad a berth tn 
the Western Canada finals In 
Alberta next month. 

The Victoria All-Stars 
finished third in the five- 
team, double^cnockout event 
with a 1-2 record. After de¬ 
feating North Delta 8-4 in the 
loumamCTt opener, the Island 
.squad was beaten 7-5 by Ke- 
Icmna and by Coquitlam. 


bowich placed flnt in the wo¬ 
men’s 200 metres (23Ji); Dave 
Weickcr won the 3000-metre 
tteepileduise (8:53) and Mur¬ 
ray Keating edged rival Scott 
Neilson in the hammer throw 
with a heave of 68.13 metres. 
Debbie Campbell at Victoria 
was second to Ann &lackle- 
Morelli of Richmond bi the 
women's 400 metres (M.5t 
and will go to Edmonton but 
not as part of the B.C team. 

The World Student Games 
will be held next month in 
Sofia, Bulgaria while the 
World Cup meet wUl take 
plaoe Sept 3-4 in Dusieldorf, 
West Germany. 

In an accompanying B.C.- 
Alberta Canada Games meet, 
Ian Sutherland of Victoria 
won the hammer throw to 
help B.C. to a 199-165 victory. 
Raul Estrada won the pole 
vatdl in 4.58 metres and Judy 
Tobacco of Victoria and 
Joanne Rogen of Courtenay 
teamed with Teresa Lenardon 
of Trail and Colleen Gltaon of 
Abbotsford to set a new na¬ 
tional midget record In the 
4x300 metre relay. Their 
mark of 47.2 seconds snappei 
the previous record of 48.6 set 
three years ago by Scar¬ 
borough Lions of Ontario. 


the defending league cham¬ 
pions. 

McDonalds, who must play 
a "makeup" game (poatpmed 
from May 27) against New 
Westminster Salmonhellies in 
the Royal City on Wednesday 
and first-place Burnaby 
Cableviskm in Bumab^' on 
Sunday, will hsive about 16 
ptayurs tn uniform tonight at 

8 o’clock. 

Genval-manager Bob Reid 
said Monday that defenceman 
Lorry Gloeckner has left the 
team while Latah and Doug 
Angrove will definite mlas 
the garnet this w'edc. 

Labh has been nursing an 
injured wrist for nearly fiiree 
weeks and it’s doubtful if the 
46-goal scorer will be ready 
before the playoffs commence 
Aug. 9. Angrove has a bruised 
hip and hasn’t seen action in 
the last two games. Gloeckner 
claims he hasn’t been staying 
in condition by playing la- 
croase and if more interested 
in a hockay career. 

Jamie Robertson and Kevin 
Kennedy will be playing al¬ 
though Robertson Is recover¬ 
ing from a broken noee and 
other facial Injuries while 
Kennedy has a bruised leg. 

McDonalds, who hav'e 
clinched third (dace, will meet 
Burnaby in the opening round 
of the playoffs, starting Aug. 

9 in Bvtfnaby. It’s a bett-o(- 
seven affair with the winner 
meeting the winner of the 
other semifinal in a best-of- 
seven final. New Westminster 
has clinched second ^x>t 
while Coquitlam J-Hawdes are 
four points up on last-place 
Richrnond in the battle for 
fourth plaoe. 

Cablevlsion officially nailed 
down top spot Sunday by outs- 
coring tha Saltnonbellies 16-13 
at Btroaby Ovic Arena. Dan 
UTlson, Dan Perreault and 
Eric Oowieson each scored 
three goals for Burnaby, now' 
3^L while Bob Zannuso. Ken 
Brown. Jack Fultdn and Ivan 
Tuura had twx> goals each for 
New Westminster. 


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According fe m# Solwnor TibiN 
coicuitTOd for this grto, fte bosr 
timos for hunting and fishina (or 
ttM ngxt 41 hours wUI bo at foUowf 
mnMS shown ors Fodfle OnrigW 
ftmooTi 

Minor Major Mteor Major 
A.M. F.M. 

TODAY 

1:25 S:ie 2:00 8:40 

TOMORROW 

2120 8:08 2:55 8:25 

Motor oorloeo. itsiinf ive to I 
hours art shown tn bold. 

Minor parlods, snortar duration, 
light typs. 


Drinkwater 

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fashions 

one-hitter 


W L FCt. G8L 
Gorge M f .714 ^ 

Graaves fi 10 .443 2 

Farmers 14 II .631 

Kubkeks li 13 . 522 4'.^ 

Includes intsr-iocking games with 
^nior Baba ftuth and Up-island 
toams. 


Los Angles Dodgers have 
been in a mild spin of late but 
Cincinnati Reda haven’t been 
atde to take advantage. 

At a retult, the Dodgers 
hoid a lOH-gam# laad atop the 
Western Division of the Na¬ 
tional League and the second- 
idace Reds are mired In the 
midst of the team's longest 
losing streak since 1973. 

New York Mets nipped the 
Dodgers 1-0 in Los Angeles 
Monday night, with former 
Oncinnati farmhand Steve 
Henderson driving in the only 
run with a first-inning double. 

However, the Reds lost 
their sev’enth game in a row 
when Ted Simmons belted his 
15th homerj of the season to 
give St. Louis Cardinals a 6>8 
victory over the defending 
league and world aeries 
champions. 

It w’ds the nth loss tor the 
Reds in their last 13 games. 

The Cards withstood an as¬ 
sault by Onciimatl hitters 
that inetudad two home runs 
by George Foster and one 
each *by Johnny Bench and 
Bob Bailey, in addition to 
Pete Rose’s record 2881st ca¬ 
reer hit as a switch-hitter. 
Left-hander Buddy Schultz. 
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MontrMi 44 49 .484 10'^ 

New York 39 S7 .404 IS 

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making his first appedrance 
tor St. Louis since June 28, 
recorded Ms fifth victory 
against one loss in relief. On- 
ctnnati starter Jade BUling- 
ham, 8-7, waa the loaer. 

Di other National League 
action. Larry Bittner’s two- 
nm homer tn the bottom of 
the eighth bmlng gave Chica¬ 
go Cute a comeback 9-7 vkto- 
ry over Houston Astros, who 
ac<M«d all thdr runs in the top 
of the eighth. 

Victray kept the Cute a haK- 
game up on Philadelphia Phil¬ 
lies, who scored twice in the 
12Ui inning for a 64 triumph 


over San Diego Paikea. 

Bill Robinton'a t hree run 
homer in the dghth inning 
lifted Pittsburgh PIratea 8o a 
6-3 victory over Atlanta 
Braves bahind Jeny Reuss’s 
five-hitter. 

The Pirates remained two 
and a half gamea bddnd the 
Oibs. 

Di the American League. 
Dave Criacione Mt his first 
major league home run with 
one out in the bottom of the 
nth inninf to give Baltimore 
Orioles a 4-3 victory over MU- 
amdeee Brewers. 

Orioles lead the second- 


place Boston Red Soot, beaten 
M by ChioatD White Sox, by 
two game* in the Eastern Df- 
viskn tussle. 

Larry Hlsle’s lUh^nning 
single aoorad Rod Carew with 
the winning rai as Mbmesota 
Twins diaded Oakland A’s 2-1 
behind the eight-hit pitching 
of Dave GoHz. 

Bert Campaneris punched a 
single throu^ a drawrvin in¬ 
field and Oaudell Waaliingtan 
fdkvwed with a two-run single 
in the ninth inning to lead 
Texas Rangers to a .oomback 
64 victory over Cleveland In¬ 
diana. 


Ruthowsky at best 


Bates end drought 


Oarman (I) and 


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Schnarr, Bby. 34 

Altkan, Bby. 31 

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Adiiitioual sport 
pages 16, 17, 22 


Derek Drinkwater hurled 
Gorge Hotel to a one-hit. 1-6 
victory over sccond-place 
Greaves Movers Monday 
night, enabling the winners to ^ 
widen their Victoria Senior 
Amateur Baseball League 
lead to two games. 

Opposing pitcher Roy 
Moretti hit a one-out single up 
the middle in the seventh in¬ 
ning to rob Drinkwater of a 
no-hitler. Drinkwater struck 
out seven and gave up four 
w'alks in gaining his 13th win 
against three losses, while 
Moretti took his fifth loss, 
atriking out 10. Each pitcher 
w'enl the distance. 

Gorge picked up its run in 
the second inning, when 
Dennis .Sprouij> singled home 
Doug Puritch. 

On Sunda>. Farmer Oon- 
struction tt’lh a duublehcader 
with Kubivek A’s. 

Dave Grass earned his (icht 
pitching victory of the season 
a.s Kubiceks wx)n the opener 
7-3 but Farmers bounced back 
to win the second cemtest 9-8 
behind A1 Moir's game win¬ 
ning single in the bottom 
the seventh. 

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Bob Mabgg, Terry Painter (S) and 
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Home run Fermers — Holmes 


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Bllllnghom 4-7. Hoernar (4). Sar. 
miarrto (7), ior^ (I) ano Ranch; 
Falcone, Schultz 5^1 (4), Hrabosky 
(7), Eastwkk (9), Mctnar (9) and 
Simmons. Homa runs: St. Louis — 
Simmons (15). ^yton (4(h): Cincin¬ 
nati, Poster (30th and 31st). Ranch 
m)f Bailey (tod). 

Sunday 

Atontraat o. 4. San Francisco 3. 5- 
Cincinnati Q, St. ^is 3. 

Houston 10, 6. Chicago 4, 4. 

Atlanta 4, Pittsburgh 7. 

New York 3. Laa Ang^ 5. 
Fhlladalphla 7, $an Olage *. 


SPRINGFIEIX). Mo. — 
Dave Ruthow8k>' was at hii 
best Monday ni^t in helping 
Victoria Bates earn their first 
N’ictory in ei^t games of a 
1 4 - g a m e fastball safari 
through the United States. 

The big righthander scat¬ 
tered five hits and struck out 
seven batters as Bates 
snapped a losing run at seven 
games by edging Springfield 
3-1 in the second game of a 
(loubl^header. The host club 
had jumped to an early lead 
and coasted to a 5-2 win in the 
opener. 

Springfield had registered 
8-5 and 34) decisions on Sun¬ 
day and Ruthowsk>’ was the 
losing pitcher in each,game. 

ceterun 
a jam 

in the seventh inning Monday 
to secure his 17th win of tlie 
season against eight losses. 
^\nd the only Springfield run 
was uneanied. 

Bates, who mo5*e on to 
Cedar Rapids, laww tor a 
doubltfiaader Wednesday, 
jumped on starter Hoy Burle¬ 
son for twx> runs in the first 
inning. John Green drew a 
base on bells and moved to 
second on Carl Walker’s sin- 
gie. 

Both runners ath'tnced on a 
passed ball and Green scored 
when HarNey Stevenson 
grounded out deep to the 


Little League 


H o w e e r . the vei 
pitched highway out of a 


shortstop. Walker mm*ed to 
third on the play and scored 
on another passed ball. 

Springfield broke the shut¬ 
out in the fifth inning when 
Burley UYim tripled and 
scored on an error, one of two 
by the defending Canadian 
champtana In the game. 

The home team mcamted its 
only serious threat in the sev¬ 
enth Inning when, with one 
out, Jim Maggi tingled and 
Wynn docAHed him to third 
base. Pinch-hitter John Bur¬ 
nett was intentionally walked 
to load the bases then Rutb- 
owsky bore down and struck 
out pinch-hitter Roger Cromer 
and rivaFhurier Burleson, a 


Carnarvon 
club bows 

POWELL RIVER — Powell 
River defeated Carnarvon 6-2 
in the final game to capture 
the best of fiiree series 2-1 in 
the Island Pony League base¬ 
ball championsbip here on the 
weekend. 

The wlnneri dropped a 6-3 
decision on Sunday after win¬ 
ning the opener ^ on Saturn 
day to advance to the B.C 
playoffs. 


AMERICAN LIAeUB 

liitgm 

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Bgitlmorg 

Boston 

SSSl 

New York 

53 44 J45 1 

Detroit 

44 57 .454 11W 

Cleveland 

43 5) .457 

/Wiiwauket 

(3 54 .443.13 

Toronto 

34 42 .354 21*9 

Wsstsnt 

DWIiisii 


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CMC* go 

K*n»»« City 

54 34 .417 - 
53 40 .570 4*0 


Streaking American 
gains berth in final 


fine hitter, to end the game. 

In the opener, Andy Kono- 
packi w’as touched tor four 
runs in the first two innings, 
two scoring on a home run by 
centrefielder Beau Rot^son, 
and Springfield increased the 
lead to 54 before Bates got on 
the scoreboard. 

1^ Bate led off the sixth 
iniUng with a triple and 
Fcored when the ban got awa>' 
from the third-baseman. Bob 
HcdneBK drew a baseon-balls. 
advanced to second on a sac¬ 
rifice fly and acor^ on a dou¬ 
ble by Konopaold.' 

Bates cxithit Springfield 9-8 
but couldn’t put their hits to¬ 
gether. 

Walt Burrow* played both 
games in left field for the 
Hates, replacing die injured 
Reg Underwood. Underwood 
suffered a broken bone in lus 
right hand wliUe making a 
spectacular catch Saturday in 
Aurora, HI., and will be Ic^t to 
the team for the remainder of 
the trip and possibly the rest 
of the season. 

Underwood had the injury 
x-rayed at a Springfield h^pi- 
tal on Monday morning and 
the hand was placed in a cast 
On Sunday, Bates had a 5-2 
lead in the siJdh inning of the 
first game before ^rlngfield 
combined five singles, a base 
on balls and a hit batter for 
six runs and an 8-5 victory. In 
tha Btoond game, Burleson 
checked the Bate* on only two 
singlet and posted a 20 deci¬ 
sion. 

Following Wednesda/s 
doidiltheader. Bates will tra\’- 
al to Santa Rosa, C!allf., tor 
doublaheader* fSriday and 
Saturday and will return 
home Sunday evening. 

Batts 800 002 a-4 9 3 

SpringfitM » 100 x— 4 8 4 

Andy Konopsckl liT^Iftd B«b Bur 
nwt: Stavg Mui 
Oanltl (5) gnd I 
run: Springfiald - 

I tt«* m no 8-2 3 » 

srlngriHd 8o 010 0—15 0 

Dava Ruthowaky 17-8 end Bur* 
rgwa; Roy BuHteon and IdH. 


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CilHornis 

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Oakland 

Cnicago 


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ooo 100 241—0 9 i 
210 003 1)0-7 II 1 


Boston 210 C03 110-7 II 1 

$teng, KirkvMod J7}, Laarow 5-1 
(I) Bsalan: TianI, CamDbail 
9.7 (7) and Fisk. Homa runs: Bos¬ 
ton — Rka (tftti); Chkago — 
Sodariwtm (13lhL ipgncar (tjiti). 
Downing (2nd). 

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Ayan 14-9 and Humphray; Fola 
I (7)- 


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Clevrland iOO Oil Iw— 4 11 1 

Ellis, Briias 4.4 (7), Oavine (9) 
and Sundberg. Fanay (8); Bibbv. 
Kern 4.7 (8), Hood (9) and Fosse. 
Homa Runs:, Ciavtland — Fossa 
(4th). ' _ 

Mitwauka# 000 000 012 OO- 3 8 0 
Baltimora 000 01) 001 01— 4 12.0 
Slaton, Caatro (9), McClurs.-Tf), 
Hinds ^2 (10) and AAoora: 0. Mar- 
tintz. T. AAartinaz M (11) and 
Skaggs, Crixtona (10). Horn* 
Runs: Baltimora ^ DaCIncaa 

(10th), Murray (15th), CrIsqioAg 
(lat); Mitwaukaa — SakiRa (inir 

Oakland ISO 810 488 40* 1 8 1 

Minnaaete 401 400 008 01— 2 7 8 
Lanfiard T-ll and Nawman: 
Goitz ilia and Wyntgar. Homo 
Runs: Mlnngaotn — Cubbaot (3rd). 


Toronto 000 000 030- 3 7 t 

Detroit CIO 211 03x— 8 10 0 

Byrd 1-3, Willis (5) and Ashby; 
Wilcox 24, Crawford (I) and May. 
Homo Runs: Detroit — LeFlore 
(llth); Toronto — Skaggs (2nd). 

SUNDAY 

Toronto 2, Detroit 4. 

Texas 4. Cleveland ). 

MliwaukM 3, 3, Baltimore x a 
K ansas City 1, New York 3. 
Chicago 9, Boston 4. 

Oakland 3, 9, Vinnesota 5. 10 
Catiternia 3. *. Saattle 1, 3. 


Playing a ga^e a day 
doesn't seem to be bothering 
.Untrican League a bit in fiie 
Greater Victoria Little 
League baseball cham¬ 
pionship at Sidney Park. 

American won its third 
game in as many nights Mon¬ 
day, edging Hamptw 5>4 in 
an extra imring to win the 
loser’s bracket final of the 
s I X -1 e a m double-knockou^ 
event. 

American will face unbea¬ 
ten C'lOrdon Head tonight and 
if American win*, a deciding 
game will be pta>'ed Wednes¬ 
day night. All games are at 
(3:30 p.m. 

On Monday. American bat¬ 
tled back to tie tlie score at 

3- 3 in the bottom of the sixth 
inning and scored twice in the 
seventh inning to ov‘ercome a 

4- 3 Hampton lead. 

Winning pitcher Glen Leung 
scored the 3-3 run wlien the 
Hampton infield misf^ayed a 
taunt single. Leung also sin¬ 
gled in the seventh inning but 
wru out on a* fielder’s d^ce. 
Rubs Courtnall drove in the 
4-4 run with a single and 
scored the winning run when 
Randy Moss cracked a two 
out single with nmnero on 
first and third. 

Losing hurler Greg Bud- 
^dnski had given Hampton die 
lead in the top of the seventh 
by driving home Paddy 
Wyman. . 

On Sunday, CouHnall limit¬ 
ed defending champion Trian¬ 


gle to six hits and American 
posted an 8-4 decision. Ameri¬ 
can scored sLx runs In the 
first inning with Lstmg and 
Moss driving in two rum 
each. 

The Greater Victoria cham¬ 
pion will play host to Nanai¬ 
mo. which d^eated Campbell 
River in the mid-island final 
last we^, in the district 
finals, a twtHTf-three series 
starting Friday. Game two Is 


SUNDAY 

•8t»s Ml 010 0-S I 4 

Springfigid KM 104 x—• I 3 
Andy KonopackI, Dave 
Rulhowiky 14*7 14) and Norm 
McLfdd; Stgvg Murdeugh, Gary 
VtcDenlil (1), Ray Buralson (4) 
and Harv Idal. Homa Run*; Vic¬ 
toria — Rota Burrow* (ISth); 
Springfigid • Bggu Robinaon. 
Socond eamg: 

Batt* 000 000 0-0 3 2 

Springfiald 000 OM i-S I 0 

ROthewtky 14-1 and Burrow*. 
Burgl»on and Roggr Cromor. 


set fur .Saturday and If a third 1 
game is necessary, it will be ' 
played Sunday. The district ; 
oliampionshlp will also bo i 
played at Sidney Park. 

The district winner will ' 
nxive on to the pruvincial | 
championship in Trail, start- ! 
ing August 3. | 

Hampton 102 000 1—4 4 2 

AmorkAn 2C0 0O1 3-5 13 2 

Terry Budzinski and Poddy 
W'ymsn; Glon Loung ond BrIon 
Mousloy. 

SUNDAY 

Amorkon 400 003—4 11 4 

Trlangk 002 300—4 4 1 

Rua* Courtnoll and Brian Mou*- 

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Neeld resumes 
suit with NHL 


BUFFMD (AP» - Gr<f 
Nftkt a ona aycd hockay 
pUg'vr iilio loaC a court fight 
to play ki Itia Katkioal Hocli> 
ey Laagua, bagan a aaoood 
batUa Bilctiday to gat a job 
utth tha NHL’i Buffalo 
Sabraa. 

'nirough lawyer Bingham 
Laverkh, tha KHL aakad 
Judge Join T. Elfvin of Utilt> 
ed fitataa dlatrtet court to 
throw out Kaald'a mllUon- 
doUar auit agatoat the league. 

NaeM, 32. a defenceman 
from Vancouver, aaye he It 
illegally barred from playing 
hodcey beoauae he hm only 
one aye. He loat one aye in 
1973 playing fbr Toronto Marf- 
boroa ot tha Ontario Major 
Junior A Hockay laague. but 
\vaa back on fha ka three 
montha later, aided by a ape- 
dal atdald hie father invented. 

Ihe Sabree drafted Naald in 
1975. but the NHL rtduaed him 


a tryout. 1he league chad a 
bylaw buiing alMataa who 
have liM than 30 per cent 
\’iakin In either eye. 

Laveiioh told ESfln that 
Neeld'a new auit waa a replay 
of a 1S75 auit that wae di^ 
niltaad by a federal jut^ in 
San Frandaco. 

“Ihe plaintiff haa had Hu 
day in court and should not be 
pen i d t t e d to ocnttnue haraae 
ing the defendants wMh dufal> 
oua dalms.’* Lmreiicb said. 

Keeid'a lawyer, Oaxriel S. 
Maaon of San FYandaco, ar¬ 
gued that the iseue wee very 
much alive became the* ban 
against Neeld hae eonttmied. 

''B he went to die Buftelo 
Sabree today and said I want 
to {4ay they would aay ‘you're 
barred by the leafiuc 
bylawe.*” Kaeon told the 
court "Ihe dbciindnattoo is 
freeh." 

Elfvtn reserved dedalon on 
the diamliial motian. 


Canadian Open victory 

4 

proves Trevino’s point 


Cdiinidi Vlolona B.<* Tuceday. July 26. 1977 

|f ■ “ 


15 


Fidrych on disabled list 


DEl'JtDrr (UPI) — Detroit 
Tigers aimotaiced Monday 
that their star pitcher Mark 
Hit Bifd” Fldn^ has been 
placed on the 21-day disabled 
list because of tendinitis in his 
right ann. 

Fidrych noticed what was 
(iiagnoMd as tendinitis In Ms 
right arm when he was able 
to throw only 15 pitches in hit 
last start. July 12. He com¬ 
plained of pain again taxi 
ago when he tested it. 


Ttia arm pnMem waa only 
the latest physical trouble to 
hit “Hie Bird" this season. 
He misted the first part of Ms 
second year in the majMS be¬ 
cause of knee surgery. 

Ijast season. Fidrych was 
the talk of fiie baseball awld 
with a 19-9 record and a 3.34 
J/RAf which was fte lowest 
In the majora. Hla 19 victories 
were the most for any Hger 
rookie in 68 years and he was 
named the rum of the year. 


Chaimoii moves to Gty 


MANCHE2STER. England 
(UPD — English soccer star 
'Mike Channon Monday joined 
Manchester City from second 
division Southampton in a 
SolO.OOO transfer deal. 

Channon said he was happy 
to join Qty. which finished 
second to European champion 
Liverpool in the league last 
season. “I am not predicting 
anything but the class players 
City have must put them in 
a great chance ot the tup 
himon." he said. 


Qty manager Ibny Book 
commented: “Mike has aU 
the qualitiee w^'re kM^dhg 
for. He’s pfxived that with 45 
cape for^ Iktgland and that 
speaks fbr itself. Every time 
we go for a player we go fen* 
date and with Livaipool los¬ 
ing Kevin Keegan (trans¬ 
ferred to Hamburg). I fepl 
Mike's inclusion can tip file 
scales in our favor and make 
all the difference to winning 
the championship." 


Arsenal sends stars home 


LONDON (UPI) — English 
soccer intemati<mals Malcolm 
NfacDonald ani Alan Hudson 
havt been sent home from Ar- 
henal's Far East tour for dis- 
nplinary reasons, a club of- 
lielai said Monday. 

Secretary Ken I->air re- 
layeo the decision to Arse- 
rial’s Lmtdon headquarters be¬ 
fore the team left Sydney (or 
.Adelaide, where it ia due to 
I’lay Red Star Belgrade today. 

MacDonald acoiwd one of 
the goals when Arsenal lost 


3-3 against Glasgow Oeltic In 
Sydney Sunday. 

The twx> players are be¬ 
lieved to havt been punished 
for missing training, but Arse¬ 
nal would reveal no details 
apart from a statement say¬ 
ing: "as a result of discipH- 
nary action.' Malwrfm Mac¬ 
Donald and Alan Hudson have 
been swit home from the Fat' 
East tour." 

The two players are expec t¬ 
ed to arrive in I/mdon 
Wediieeday. tlx dayi before 
file rest of the squad. 


Reds extend Sparky’s pact 


CINCINNATI (UPI) — Al¬ 
though the world champion, 
but currently slumtong. Qn- 
cinnati Reds trail the Lm An¬ 
geles Dodgers by 10><4 games 
in the National League West, 
Pwtds president Bob Howsam 
shewed support Monday for 
manager Sparky Anderson by 
extending his contract two 
years. 

If Anderson stays on for the 
next twx> years, it will mark 
IJ straight seasons with the 
Reds and give the 43-year-(rid. 
V.hlte-haired skipper the 
longest tenure of any manag¬ 
er In the cltJb'a history. 


The current longe\ity mark 
is held by Bill Mcf^hnie. 
who managed the Reds fbr 
nine yean from 1938 through 
IdiC. 

Anderson, who made his 
major league mana^ng debut 
with the Reds in 1970 and now 
is In hla eighth straight sea¬ 
son. has complied a .601 win¬ 
ning percentage with 791 wins 
and 485 losses. 

Hii teams have won five 
National League West titles, 
(our league pennants and two 
wtirld ehamplonthipa. 

Anderson’s new contract ex¬ 
tension covers the 1978 and 
1979 seasonK. 


^ oei • Ap 

OAKVILLE, Cut Lee 
Trevino had eomething to 
prove, not only to himself, but 
to those skepfica win thuugbt 
he was through. 

And the colorful Trevino, 
the tourth all-Ume leading 
money winner on llie PGA 
circuit, ehoived 'em all that 
he hasn't loet much of the 
aIdU that has made him one of 
pro goirt mlUlonaiiea. 

Hie 37-y«aivold TTeiino. 
completely recovered from 
back aurgery performed last 
year, made it to the winner's 
circle for the first time since 
May of 1976 Sunday when he 
carded a final roiaid of 74 to 
win the c:anadian Open tor 
the second time to Ms career. 

Stardng the day wlih a six- 
stroke lead, Trevino was 
n e v er eeriously challenged. 
He loet only two strokes to 
par and Ms lead on the Glen 
Abbey course to fint^ wifii a 
734iole Uml of etgbt-under 
par 280 and grab the first 
prize of $45J)00. 

"Sometimes people who 
thtnk ttiey*re tough need to 
get knocked down. Hien they 
r emember what cot them 
there was hard woik." said 
Trevino. "When you get hurt 
you want to prova something 
that you're nut washed up. 
Hiat’s (he road Tm on now. 

"It was a pretty’ easy day 
for me. I actually didn't play 
the beck very weU, especially 
the last tour or five b(4es. X 
kept looking at the board and 
nc^ody was dotog anything, 
eo I started bitting it to the 
centre of the greens.” 

Trevino Injured hie back 
last year attempting to move 
an earfiyfilled pot. Doctors 
diagnosed the injury as a tom 
ligament and Trevino re¬ 
mained to bed tor moat of 
eight weeks before resorting 
to surgery. 

'"nie heaviest thing I Hfi 
now is a 12-ounce can of 
beer.” he quipped. 

Trevino, vyho had earned 
only $26,235 on the tour this 
year prior to the toimiament. 
pushed hie career earnings to 
$l,G06.aSL with his 30th PGA 
victory. *' 

He previously won the Ca¬ 
nadian Open, the world's 
tourth oldest national tourney, 
in 1971. As a result of Ms 
repeet performance. Trevino 
win join 13 other competitors 
in September's $300,000 World 
Series of G<^. 

Runner-up to Trevino wws 
Britain's Peter Ooeterhuis, 
w'liose best previous finish 
came as runnenip in the 1974 
Monsanto Open. Oosteihuis 
came from eight etrokes be¬ 
hind and finished wifii a 70 to 
cl()se within four strokes of 
Trevino with 284. He picked 
up $35,650 tor the aeccsid 
place finish. 

"I don't know whether I had 
It in my mind to catch him.” 
said Ooaterhuis. who now 
livee to Oalifomla. "I had a 
chance to flnieh elgfat-under. 
but I just played each shot as 
it came along. I just played 
with much better cenoentra- 
tion than Fve had. 

"I think we’ve all forgotten 
how good he really Is,” Ooe- 
tertiuls said of Trevino. 

Tom Kite, who at one point 
ckieed to within three tirokes 
of the lead with birdies on the 
first two holes, recorded a ftn- 
al-roimd 73 to finish In third 
place with 285 while Jack 



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TOURNEY WINNER Lee Trevino found himself in 
Mveiml trspa during final round of C kn a dton 
Open bat th^ gave him Bttle troable an be coasted 
to a fonr-sboke-vlctorj. 


Nicklaus, the course's ardii- 
tect. flnJehed to a tie tor 
touiih with live ckher i4ayera. 

Six strokes behtod Trevino 
and fbursmder par at the 
start of the day. Niddaus had 
a final round 74 and flipped to 
two-under par for the toun- 
nament. the only major gMf 
i-ontest he has failed to win in 
his career.. 

A victim of his own cre¬ 
ation, Ndcklaus etarted the 
back nine three-undenpar and 
seven strokes btoilnd TYevtoo. 
He then ran into putting trou¬ 
ble and had consecutive 
bogeys on the 13th, Ufii and 
15th. re<.o\ering slightly with 
hinlies on 16 and 18 to end at 
286 

Joining Nicklaus at 286 
were Floyd. Mike Morley. BUI 
KratMrt. Mike McCLillough 
and CSiarlet Cbody. Each 
picked up 87.97L 
(jeorge Knudeon of Toronto 
Inoreaeed his winnings on the 
Profeaeicnal Golfer’s Aasocia- 
tlon tour this year to $11,466 
with a $3,700 pay cheque tor 
his performance. 

Knudson, guaet pro at the 
Glen Abbey Golf Qub. site at 

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this year's Open, shot s clos¬ 
ing-round 76 to finish at 291, 
11 strokea back of Trevino. 

The 40-yeeivoId Khudson 
had bis eyee set on a bigger 
pay cheque, but blew the 
chance when he bogeyed the 
last three holee of Ms final 
round. 

KiHideon blamed Ms final- 
round ooUapee on poor put¬ 
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France gains zone semis 


PARIS ( UPI) — France 
qualified for the interzonal se- 
mi-finals of the Davis Cup 
tennis comrietition for the 
first time ever Sunday wifi) a 
3-3 vktory over Romania in 
tilt European Zona "A” final. 

Francois Jauffret sent 
Knenoe through to the first ot 
the reverse dingles matches 
N^hen he raced through Diini- 
triu Haradau 6-1. 6-4. 6-4 to 


give the home side an unbeat¬ 
able 3-1 lead. 

Romanian No. 1 Hie Nas- 
tose pulled back one symfao- 
Uc point by defeating Patrick 
Proisy. who stretched him to 
tour sets. 6-4, 4-6, 8-6, 6-L 

Jauffret defeated Nastase to 
the opening singles match <xi 
Fiiday and Proisy beat Hara¬ 
dau. On Saturday. Nastase 
and Ton Hriac outclassed 
Jauffret and TMbrice Domin¬ 
guez in the doubles. 


Argos add Mira to roster 


GEORGE MIRA, who 
x>ined Toroato Argos as an 
assistant coach last week waa 
added to the club roeter Mon¬ 
day as a backup quaiterbeck. 
The 35-year-old former 
member of Montreal 
Alouettes will be No. 2 man to 
C^huck Ealey when Aigoa take 
on Ottaw’a Rough Riders on 
We<toeaday . . . Canadian 
wdde-receivers Gary Koijk 
and P eter Blbbtoa have bem 
cut by Ottawa while Roee 
( larkeoa* a former member 
of B.C. Lions, has signed a 
Rough Rider oentract. lions 
did not eenew Clarkson’s ex¬ 
tract this aeason ... Buffalo 
Bills Of the NFl, have placed 
former star oomuback Rob¬ 
ert Jamee on waivers. James 
haa missed the last two sea¬ 
sons after suffering a knee in- 
.niry to a 1974 pre aeason 
srame ... Defeneive tackle 
John .Matuszak of Oakland 


Raiders has lieen arrested in 
Tampa on a one-year-old 
marijuana possession chaige 
while visiting friends necu* his 
alma mater, die University of 
Tampa . . . Running - back 
Terry Metcalf has signed a 
new one-year contract with 
84. Louis Oardtesla, can¬ 
celling a multi-year pact 
signed after the 1975 season. 
Metcalf retosed to return 
punts and kicked in eeveral 
games last season and has 
been st odds wdth club msn- 
agemenl .. . Runnlng-ba<* 
Stan Frltta will be lost to New 
Orleaas Halats for the season 
due to a knee Injury. Frttts. 
obtained from Ctocinati a day 
earlier, failed Ms physical 
test with the new club which 
got their draft choice back 
from Oncinnafi but wilT keep 
the Tights to Frltto if he re¬ 
turns in 1978 . . . 



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Coloniflt Victoria, BC, Tuesday, July 30. 19“ 


Whitecaps nip 
Quicksilvers 


C«nadt«n Prm 

Midfielder Clary Ayre 
•cui-ed in t»udderwleath over¬ 
time to give Vancouver White- 
caps a 2-1 win over Las Vegas 
ijuicksilvers in North Ameri¬ 
can Soccer League action 
Sunday. 

While Vancouver had llie 
edge in the tight game before 
11,300 fans, hot weather keiit 
play at a slower pace than 
usual. 

I.as Vegas defenceman 
Bi ian Joy took advantage of 
slow play early in the second 
half and mov'ed quickly to 
ni>cn the scoring at 63 min¬ 
utes. He was assisted by Axel 
Neumann and Jose Diamen- 
tino. 

In other gams Sunday, Con¬ 
necticut Bicentennials defeat¬ 
ed Rochester I^ancers 2-0, St. 
Louis Stars stomped Minneso¬ 
ta Kicks 44 and San Jose 
Karthquake edged Clucagu 
Sting 1-0. 

Saturday, Fort Lauderdale 
.Strikers blasted Seattle 
Sounders 34 and Tampa Bay- 
Rowdies shut out Toronto Me- 
ti-os-Croatia 24. 

Vancouver tied the score 
four minutes later with a goal 
by forward Derek Possee. As¬ 


sists tame frum Bob Lenai- 
du//i and Briw Bason. 

Ayre broke me 1-1 tie at one 
minute. 21 seconds into the 
Unit sudden-death period. 

Vanctaiver made 23 shots on 
the Quicksilvers goal, com- 
jiared to six for Las Vegas. 
Quicksilvers goalie Peter 
Thomas made seven saves 
while Amle Mausser turned 
back three for Vancouver. 

ATLANTIC CONFIKINCI 
■mi DIvIsIsa 
W L OF M IF Ftf. 
Ft. LsudsrSale 

t7 S 4T 25 40 142 

Tamos Bsy 13 10 St 3S 43 171 

Cosmos 13 10 40 34 43 131 

Wsshlneton 9 13 ^ 33 27 II 

NsrttMrn Division 

W L OF OA BF Fll. 
It 13 32 37 30 96 
II 13 30 30 29 95 


Toronto 
St. Louis 
Rochoaior 
CMCOOO 
Connocticut 


9 14 29 31 2t 12 


PACIFIC CONFBRINCB 
Soultiom Division 

W L OF OA BF FIs. 
S 47 29 44 


Oailos 
Los Aneoloo 
Howoti 
Las VtOIS 

San Jest 


10 

13 

11 13 45 S3 
It 12 33 34 
11 12 » 39 


41 136 
40 106 


94 


WMtarn Division 

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Stott lo 
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14 I 36 2S 34 110 

12 to 37 30 34 106 

It It 29 29 29 95 

9 14 34 — ‘ “ 

Six points 


Diane tops field 
in pentathlon 


WLNNIPEG (CP) — Diane 
Jones-Konihewski won all five 
of her pentathlon events on 
the weekend at the Canadian 
inter-regional decathlon-pen¬ 
tathlon chamiuonshiits. 

Jones-Konihowski was the 
best of 10 women comi)etitors 
ih the twcKlay meet with 4.301 
ixjinls. well ahead of runner- 
up Ann Crump of Vancouver 
who collected 3,718 points and 
ihird-place Liz McBlain of 
Montreal who had, 3,702 
ifoint's. 

In the decathlon. Zemm 
.Smiechowski of Burnaby, led 
14 men competitors with 6.953 
Ijoints. Alain Luzier of Mon¬ 
treal was second at 6,862 and 
Andy McGregor of Maple 
Ridge was third at 6,520. 


Exhibition Park 


X ANCriUV’LR — Results of 
thoroughbred racing Monday 
night at Lxiiibitjon Park: 

FIRST RACE: $2,000, claiming, 
maiden three-vear'Olds, six and 
one-half furiorws: 

Litite Miss Macs (Stein) 

$9.70 $5.60 $4.30 
Ashton Cale (Mazza) 8.70 5.70 
Little Heaven (Charlton) 1.40 
time: );22 1-5. 

Q,>ineitd: SSS.-W. 

Also ran: star Aboard. High 
Crdigie, Little Wiggle. MaKa No 
Accioov, Diamond Hour, Shellys 
Pet, Jolly Racer. 

SECOND RACE: $2,300. claiming, 
maiden iwo-vaar-olds. six furlongs: 

Way Lay Girl (M^a) 

. $9.60 SS.30 $3.10 

Minoru Park (Stein) ‘ 3.90 2.10 

lee Wee Wess (Smith) 4.00 

Time; 1;1S. . 

Also ran; TrFnaran, Mary Duzz, 
April Foolish. Cotton Kacy, Sinct- 
v>avuack. Soeck Of Dust. 

Track scratch: Petila May. 

THIRD RACE: $2,100 Claiming, 
inree-year-oids. on# and one-six- 
leenth milts; 

Split The Atom (Oemoresi) 

$4.30 $3.30 $3.50 
Amazing High (Welker) 4.00 2.90 
Vision of Wonder (Mazza) 3.30 
Time: 1;!0 1-5. 

Also ran; Royal Nandina, Gun 
S(,rn, Jennoy Valor, Midnight 
A^ar^uder, Alder Bounce, Poco Do. 
Mars Landing. 

FOURTH RACE: $2,000, claim¬ 
ing. three-vear-olds, six and one- 
half furlongs: 

Teddy Bear 0. (Williams) 

$24.60 $12.80 $6.80 
Mii'i Chick (Munoz) 6.40 S.20 
Charlie's Capri (Charlton) 3.90 
Time; 1:20 4-5. 

Exactor: $171.90. 

Also Ran: Charles Of York, Dar- 
chan's Reward, Hustling Prince, 

Sunland Princess, Mid Drive, AAgn* 
ashee Kid. Wind Send Stars. 

FIFTH RACE—$2600, Claiming, 
th'ue-year-olds, six and one-half 
'urtongs: 

Vicalino 

(Peichoto) $14.40 $7.10 $3.90 ' 

Partisipaction (Lnselh) 4.60 3.10 
Burley Boots (Krasner) 3.20 

Time; 1:20. 

Also Ran: Win Key, McKutch, 

Turn The Coin. Miss Jessie K. 

SIXTH RACE^600. Claiming, 
three-year-oids, six and one-half 
furlongs: 

Proswrpine \ 

(Peichoto) $17.10 $6.20 $5.40 

Moon Of Fire (Krasner) 3.60 2.80 
Corfe's Capri (Stein) 7.70 

Time: 1:20 3-5. 

Exaefor; $53.20. 

Also Ran; Velvet Streaker, Ma¬ 
jor' Dream, Merely Exguisile. 
Tavwir. Congucsl Of Mars, Min¬ 
strel Melody. Judi Fair. 

SEVENTH RACE—$2600, claim- 
Inn, tnree-vear-olds, six and one- 
i--lf luriongs. 
fcnicia 

(Jnhnson) $10 lO $S.40 $506 

Meoame London (Cruz) 10.SO 6.20 
Windy's OunkeHe (Peichoto) 5.40 
Time: 1'20. 

Also Ran: Annie Alms, Peggy 
Princess, Tudor Lou, Shadow Cove, 
>vornfu( pride, Oevif's Daughter, 
.NAdiormagxeffp. 

EIGHTH RACE^3600, claiming, 
llTer-year-olds, one and one-six- 
leenlh m’les: 

Mike Kaye 

(Krasner) $4.90 $3 20 $2 50 

Born Critic (Mena) 5.80 3.20 

Circle The Wagons (Oemoresi) 3.00 
Time: 1:47. 15. 

Exactor: $31.90. 

Al«o Ran; Music Theme, The 
Arvan. Run Hooc Run, Why Bead, 
Close Vote, Hansmar. 


Still unbeaten 

i .VST in IIIERl-XiRD. N.J. 
(I'PIt No No Yankee, a 
l\vo-year-«ld volt by Best Of 
All. rcmaineil undefeated by 
holding oli lale stretch drives 
Jrom Welhvood Hanover and 
Sugar Dust Monday night to 
w in the $280,000 Woodrmv Wil¬ 
son pare al the MeatkAvlands. 


Lions, Als face stiff tests tonight 


CMadlan Frau 

Two teams with undefeated 
rocords — IVbmtreal Alooettes 
and Biitlah Cdumbia Uofis — 
will have tough defensis'e as¬ 
signments tonight in Canadian 
Football League games at 
Monti;eal and Vancouver. 

The Lions, with surprising 
wins over Calgary and Sas¬ 
katchewan Roughriders, will 
be out to prove they're for 
real at Empire Stadium, but 


to do It they must shut down 
Hon Lancaster and the Rough- 
ilders (or the second straight 
game. 

The Alooettes. with early 
wins over Ottawa Rough 
Riders and Toronto Ar¬ 
gonauts, will have to stop run- 
ing-back Willie Burden U Cal¬ 
gary Stampedeni if they hope 
to make it three etraight in an 
interlocking game al Olympic 
Stadhjm. There will be no tele¬ 


casts of either game in Vic¬ 
toria.) 

Lancaster has had four of 
his passes intercepted in 
losses to Wlnnlp^ Blue 
Bombers and the Lions, but 
h i s early ineffectiveness 
doesn't (ooi head coach Vic 
Rapp of the Lions, who has 
taken a low-key approach to 
the game. 

“You can’t lett a team like 
Saskatchewan fool you be¬ 
cause of a sk3W start when 


Lancaster is In the lineup,’* 
says Rapp. “If you let denvn 
for a moment, they can re¬ 
serve the score on you.** 

Tlir Uons won a stunner. 
34-14, in Regina last Wednes¬ 
day when they took advantage 
of eight Sa8katcbew*an turn¬ 
overs. 

"We know we’re In for a 
damn tough ball game." 
added Rapp. “1 just hope we 
can keep up the kind of effort 
we’ve been getting." 


Montreal has been a strong 
defensive teem fOr years 
under Reed coach Marv Levy. 
One of the team's strensths 
has been middle linebacker 
Chrl Oennel, who uses his 
speed to range from sideline 
to sideline. 

Crennel says the Als won’t 
aasiiBt any one player to stop 
Burden, who has rushed for 
147 Yaids In Calgary’s first 
two games. 


"I’m MOW that the teams 
wtdefa iday Buffalo Bills don’t 
just get ready to stop O. J. 
Sinipeon." Oennel said in ref- 
erenoe to toe National Fbot- 
ball League star. "If you pay 
too much attention to Burden, 
Lou Harris wlU carry the bell. 

Cbach Jack Gotta of the 
Stamps says injuries are hurt¬ 
ing the team badly and his 
player budget is In tough 
shape. 


Softball rouudup 


Seaboard tops playoff 


Junes-Konihowtkl recently 
left Saskatoon and married 
John Konihowski, a wide re¬ 
ceiver wito Edmonton Eski¬ 
mos of the Western Football 
Confeiwcc,. 

In team totals. British Co¬ 
lumbia led the men with 
19.793 point.c, compared with 
18.770 for Quebec and 15,922 
lor the prairies. Among the 
women, the praiiles were 
ahead with 10,819, followed by 
Quebec with 10,775 points. 

Ontario competitors passed 
up the Winnipeg meet, be¬ 
cause their provincial track 
and field championship was 
held al the same lime in Otta¬ 
wa. 


NINTH RACE-44S00. allowance, 
tOree-year-olds. six and one-half 
furlongs: 

Jo JO'S AAac 

(Peichoto) $15.90 $8.40 $4.70 

Western Ben (LOMth) 8.20 5.40 
Poona Shot (Stein) 6.70 

Time: 1:18, 4-S. 

Also Ran: Two Bowls Of Rice, 
Lee’s Vklorv. Hardly Fair, AAoon 
Lodge, Buckon, Nearly Dearly, 
Knightly Cal. 


TENTH RACE—$2000. claiming, 
three-year-olds, six and one-half 
furlongs: 

Golden Zephyr (Stein) 

$7.80 $3.40 $3.00 
Joe Kelsey (Fontaine) 3.70 7.90 
Rod's Pride (CrwZ) i 6.40 
Time: 1:20. 2-.$. ^ 

Quinelta: $15.20. 

' Also Ran; Shepherds Run, Lite 
Whitenln, Burning Heart. Beau 
Cecil. Liner's Jewel, Fremer. 
Handle: $765,810. 

Aifendance: B!)i7. 


Scott Sinclair dros’c in four 
runs with a homer and a sin¬ 
gle and Wayne Forland 
knocked in three more with 
two doubles and a single as 
Seaboard Cbnstruction handed 
Sooke Merchants a 12-6 defeat 
in the final of a four-team 
playoff at Ontral Park on the 
weekend to earn the Lower 
Island berth in the provincial 
senior B*’ men’s playoff. 

Seaboard nipped Victoria 
Athletics. 5-3, and Ingraham. 
S'2, to advance to the final 
while the Merchants shuiout 
the Athletics 1-0 and Ingra¬ 
ham 24) but dropped a 5-1- 
decision to the hotelmen. 

Nancy Beale hurled a three- 
hitter in a 7-0 victory and 
tossed a hve-hitter in a 54) 
decision to lead CJVI Vicettes 
to a sweep of a beet-(rf-three 
series with CRESC Angels In 
the B.C. junior women’s 
playoff at Hyacinth Park. 

Vicettes will now be ttie 
host team for the provincial 
playdowns starting this week-' 
end at Hyacinth Park. 

Clearwater edged Cordova 


Jennifer tops 
Oregon rival 

SEATTLE — Victoria’s Jen¬ 
nifer Bland defeated Karine 
Wagner of Q>rvallis, Ore., 6-3, 
64 Monday in the opening 
round of the girls l&suid- 
under event of the Watoington 
State junior twmis cham¬ 
pionships. 

Miss EBIand. the only Is¬ 
lander, was one of 10 B.C. 
competitors who won in 11 
opening-day matches, with 
two otoer winners in her cate¬ 
gory joining four in the boys 
l^ani^under category and 
three in boys l&and-under. 


CoUiu!) wins j 

in Tony’s car 1 

N.ANAIMO — Bob Collins of 
Victoria borrowed 'Tony Bur¬ 
rows’ 1967 Chevelle and drove 
it to victory in the Island 
super-jstock feature Saturday. 

Jerry Ferrie of Victoria 
finish^ second. Jim Fridge o^ 
Nanimo was third and Gary 
Bemister of Victoria finished 
fourth. 

Collins blew an engine In 
his 1968 Co'Jgar. in a practice 
session Thursday. 


Bay 6*5 in the final on the 
weekend to capture the Britp 
ish Columbia juvenile boys 


title in a six team double- 
knockout tournament at Loch- 
side Park. 


Hollis earns title 


CHASKA, Minn (UPI) — 
The day of the Joanne 
Gamers and Kathy Whit- 
wtMlhs and other famDiar 
winners of toe last decade is 
far from over* but new 
players will eater the reckorv- 
ing fix»n now on 
like Hollis Stacy and Nancy 
Lopez. 

The buoyant 23-year-old 
Stacy fought off challenges 
for four days to take tbs U.S. 
Women’s Open at the tough 
HassMne National Golf Cburse 
Sunday with a foivover par 
292 and a purse of 811,040.41 
"I felt ttka toat old cartoon 
of toe mailntan with toe bidl- 
dog hanging on to his trousers 
with his teeth, and the man 
can’t shake him off." 

For 66 holes, that bulldog 
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who had come even nvlth 
Stacy midway through the 
final round. Then on toe 12th 
hole, she hit a tree and came 
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Nancy’s second place finish 
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Camer, a three time open 
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could only scramble to third 
place with a 296. 

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filAild CilSniit Victona. BC, Tue»<la>. Juiy 26. 1977 


Smith snaps 
at Langley track 

lANOUT — B*y Smltk tl VVtortm, wliwr iW th* Straw, 
bfirry 0«s >1 WMtrra SpMxtwa.r oa SatimUy aifkl, Suaday 
-iMIiSl-* a track recard at Laailcy Sp^way. 

Imitt poalaS a ttaia it Itjm annaSa darlac UaM trials 
far a WasUa^ Kaclat Assartattoa aapar-iiMdllM pts- 
iraa. Tha sM .aiark sf 14JM sM-oaSa waa kaM bgr Chirk 
Bird «t iamy. 

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Uiirdc ' 


record Blllsborough and mates | 
top Celebrity golf show 


City clubs advance 
to lacrosse finals 


rWa GreatK VietecU tauna 
hava aamad btrtha in ttia pt» 
vindtl Tlar I minor Ucroua 
final! foUoadng action on tha 
weakand. 

And two teams Xrom this 
araa placed first In their ra> 
•paotiva divisions at Tiar H 
playoff!- 

liw tirft and larond plart 
teams from Tlar I playoffs 
meat Aug. 6»7 In Naw Wast- 
minstar for tha divisional 
crowns. 

Victoria won tha Division I 
tournament with a 94) raoord 
and wUl play Burnaby Nori» 
burn!. I'l. io the final. Jim 
Liehtbody (4), Don Normin 
(3». Paul 'Pynn (2) and Vince 
Cullen (2) helped Victoria to a 
15-9 decision over Richmond 
on Sunday. Victorfa had de¬ 
feated Norbums. who wilt 
i^prtsent this province In tha 
Canadian finals, 10-8 on Satui> 
day. 

Fbur Saanich teama iiao 
advancad by placing sacend 
in tournaments. 

Saanich will meet Norhumt 
In the Division IV final; South 


Past president 
of Stamps dies 

CALGARV (CP) — Funeral 
service! were to be held today 
for Gordon Burton, a former 
president of the Calgary Stani- 
peder football club, who died 
Saturday in hospital after a 
lengthy illness. Burton joined 
the Wastem Football Oonfar- 
enct club in 1958 and bacama 
preaidant in 1988. 


Burnaby and Saanich will 
mact In tha Division V tinal: 
Coquitlam and Saanich will 
battla for DMslon vn honors 
and Norbums and Saanich 
will compete in the Division 
VID final. 

Saanich Peninsula won tha 
ndviskm IH, Tied Two nitvwn 
with a better foals-for-and- 
Bgainst record after finishing 
in a tie with Nanaimo and 
Norbums at 3-2 In the tour^ 
nament at Kitlnvat. 

In the IXvUten VH final at 
Coquitlarfi, Shawn Ooutts 
scored in the third overtime 
period to give Juan da 7\ira a 
64i win over Naw West¬ 
minster. Juan de Fuca 
finished with a 4-1 record. 

Saanich was third in the Di> 
vision 1 avant at Port Coquit¬ 
lam. won by Norbums; Saan¬ 
ich was fourth in tha Division 
n final at Abbotsford, won by 
tha host team; Juan da Fuca 
placed fourth in the Division 
IV series at Langlty. won by 
tha host club; Esquimau was 
second in the Division V final 
at Pearkes Arena, won by 
New Waitminstar: Juan da 
>'uca was third in the Division 
VI playoff at Nanaimo, won 
by Port Coquitlam; Saanich 
and Esquimau ware fourth 
and fifth respectively In the 
Division VIXI i)layoff at Esqui¬ 
mau Sports Centre, won by 
Langley; Juan de Fuca was 
fifth in the Division DC ftnal 
at Port Moody, won by .Port 
Coquitlam. 

In the Junior women’s 
championship. Juan <ie I'Uca 
Whalers were second to Bur- 
nsby In the Hvt-team. round- 
robin avant at While Rock. 


Prolessioiial hockey playarx 
and pm golfers put on a good 
show for tha qiadUtors Sun¬ 
day at tha third annual Cele¬ 
brity benefit golf toumamaiu 
lha 18-hoia charity event, 
whloh realized I1.80U end 
92,500 foa tha "B.C. Heart 
Foundation in the first bivo 
years, will have a return pf 
tlO.OOO this time around. Ihe 
X National .Jlockey League 
and World Hockey Association 
players v^ho took part each 
contributed 9100 — twice the 
entry fee - while the prefes- 
slonai golfers and the three 
amateurs on each fiva-man 
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A team captained by host 
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widi a net 114 (tha top two 
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(ountad). 26 undar par. A 
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pro Aivie Thompson also 
finished at ilA but BlUs- 
bomugh's squad won a count- 
back. 

Dennis Maruk of Cleveland 
Barons, Gary Kelly. Bill 
TIvxn&s and Dave Mnffatt 
were the other members of 


Simnett wins 

DUNOAN — Tony Simnatt 
of Oak ^y won tha Cowichan 
Open men's singles cham¬ 
pionship lor tha fourth 
straight year, downing Ortg 
Miller of Victoria Racquet 
Cluh 7-6. 4-6. 6-4 Sunday in the 
final at Cowichan Lawn 
Tennis Club. 


the winning team while Andre 
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and Gord Ritchie completed 
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Teams .daptained b/ Mike 
Parker, NeH Murray siwi Lyle 
Crawford were next at net 
UA, followed by Bob Ho¬ 
garth's tesm at 118. 

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Section Three Tuesday, July 26, 1977 


Page 19 



Surgeon hits cosmetic industry 


Richard Aronsohn 

self4mag» is fanportant* 


By Lt'CSETlA 8T19GCB 

LOS ANGta-ES — Dr. Rich¬ 
ard Arontohn tugged at hit 
tafarl jacket, mentioned the 
IS poiffida he’d Hke to looe and 
talked aliDut hit ckxibe Inter¬ 
ests: plastic surgery and **th« 
cosmetic 

Ihe Lot Angeles physician, 
who specializes in cosmetic 
targery believes that beauty, 
the kind you develop if you 
don’t have it. it particularly 
important in North American 
society. 

“We don't mind growing 
dd. but w« don't want to bx>k 
dd,” he said. “By IflS. m per 
cent of al Americana will be 
over 45. 

“The Goamede tadustir. a 
SI2 billion industry annually, 
is selling magic. I object 


^Glamor is a surrogate for beauty 
—it’s total arrangement that counts’ 


For some single parents 
small centres are threat 


cause, while it's OK to have 
dreams, the advertising is to 
c(»npletaly false. 

“No cream or emdiient will 
stop the aging process. They 
can soften the dcin, but 
nourishment for the sldn 
comes from the food we eat. 
Do you reaBzt that 20 per 
cent all prime-time tdevi- 
fkxi cammerdala are tat cos¬ 
metics?” A graduate of the 
University of Galitomia at 
Los Angeles with a medical 
degree from the University of 
Minnesota. Aronsohn also 
w<H’ked in cosmetic surgery at 
Wadewtirth Veterans Hbspii&l- 
lie became interested in this 
type of surgery when be was 
wounded during the Second 
World War and undenvent 
about a dozen operations to 
reconstruct his own face. 


“I can identih* with patients 
today because Tve bem there. 
I’ve been on both sides of the 
knife,” Aronsohn said. Ihree 
years ago, he wrote a book 
entitled the Miracle of Cos¬ 
metic Plastic Surgey, which 
he is cuirentiy updating, he 
added. 

“Hier* are four ways to 
keep kx)king good.” Anomobn 
said. '^Choose your parents 
carefully, stay out of the sun, 
don’t snx^ and stay thin. 
Fat people may look joUy, but 
you don’t see than aider. 
They sayhig is ’the longer the 
belt, the shorter the lifeline.’ 

“Glamor is a surrogate for 
beauty.” he continued. “R’s 
the total arrangement that 
counts. Take Sophia Loren. 
She has a thg nose, buck 


teeth, fairly nice skin, a horri¬ 
ble chin and her eyes have 
bm operated on. She also 

operated on. She also 
image. 

“It’s the way you put your¬ 
self together that counts. 

“It’s charm, wbiefa it part 
of conrununcation. 

''You knoev. a lot of mar¬ 
riages happen because peopie 
get involviKi in beauty. People 
come to us ^ the time for 
help in looking prettier or 
younger, but we can’t rekin- 
die the cooling love affair. 

“The nose job is the most 
common plastic surgery 
today,” he said, talking about 
why and who should, have 
pla^c surgery. “Men and 
women of all ages come to 
us for nose woric, but the 


CHARLO’TTETOWN (CP) 
— What happens to people 
whose marriages don’t end 
happib" ever after? 

Do the singles kick up their 
heels in their new-found free¬ 
dom, move in with a new 
mate, run home to mother? 

And what happens to those 
with children? 

In Prince Edw*ard bland, 
they can be helped by groups 
such as the One Parent Fami¬ 
ly Association, the Protestant 
and Catholic Family Services 
Bureau and numerous public 
or private clubs. 

But some fail to taka advan¬ 
tage of the opporttmities. 

“Part the problem is the 
smallness of P.E.L,” said 
.Iordan Hill, a social services 
counsellor. “People may not 
want other people to hear 
about their perso^ life. They 
may be afraid confidences 
will turn into gossip.” 

Hill said -in a recent inter¬ 
view some people in times of 
crisis do not want to burden 
others “or they may feel tibe^ 
won’t be understood.” 

This is further con^cated 
by friends and relatives. 

Friends may tee the Indi¬ 
viduals at the former part¬ 
nership as a , threat to their 
own rdatiao8h4>w 


LawTMice Scyner. director 
of the Protestant Family Ser¬ 
vices Bureau, said w«U-mean- 
ing r^tives can abo do more 
harm than good. 

“They may press the couple 
to get back together. Or tiiey 
may take sides and place 
blame. A newly single person 
can be 1^ with nowhinre to 
turn.” 

Both men said single 
parents in a crisis situation 
share a belief that their expe¬ 
rience was unique. This atti¬ 
tude heightens feelings of de¬ 
spondency and alienation. 

Another common factor is 
that each single parent is oa- 
paMe of handling some prob¬ 
lems while finding others in¬ 
surmountably difficult. 

“Given these factors, a 
group seemed idecd,” said 
Scyner. “People could share 
experiences, offer support and 
teach problem-solving skills.” 

tn February, organization 
o( a single-parents group 
began and meetings started in 
May. 

^ight people met on a 
wed^ bMis with HUl and 
'Scyner. 

“We dealt with practical 
dayto-day issues like finances, 
cars, day eare and so fbrth,” 
said IfiU. 

“Then we got Into feelings, 
handling cfaildron, coping with 


ex-spouses, facing the future, 
changing patterns of behav¬ 
ior. It was one of the best 
groups I have ever partki|ia- 
ted with.” 

Single parents an>eared to 
agree. 

Evaluation sheets written at 
the close of the lOweek 
course were fiHed with praise 
and appreciation. 

Said one participant; 

“Hie group has helped me 
to learn a krt about mys^. I 
discovered that many imb- 
lems stermned from insidie roe 
and not from the world at 
large.” 

Another said it was good to 
establish some new rela¬ 
tionships “and it was just nice 
to get out of the house once a 
week.” 

A third participant said; 

“I hope I have helped the 
group as much as it hel{>ed 
me. I’m really going to miss 
it now that it’s over.” 

Membm have maintained 
contact with one other, offer¬ 
ing support, friendship and 
practical assistance. And new 
groups are planned for. .tbe 
faU. 

Scyner said two other coun¬ 
sellors will be trained. 

“We'd like to establish close 
liaisons with other community 
group* and we hope this wiU 
be an ongoing project” 


‘You name it, they do it’ 
at summer camp for elders 


younger patient get the 
nicest results. At 16 or 17 or 
16, the self-image is still tn 
the formative stages. 

“Eyelids are next, and 
we’re dt^ng more mm than 
ever before. Televiskn has 
shown the benefits of this spe¬ 
cialty. Women are bringing 
their men in for eyelid sur¬ 
gery. Womm went (heir boy¬ 
friends and husband sto lo^ 
attractive. 

“Personality enrichment 
after cosmetic surgery can be 
iDcredibie. It's dev'astating to 
feel unattractive, especially in 
younger groups.” 

To an <^der person consider¬ 
ing a faoe-Mft, Aronsohn ad- 
viMs losing any weight skiw^ 
ly, only about a pound or two 
per week, then contacting the 
county medical society for doc- 
names. “Or ask someone 
who has had successful plas¬ 
tic surgery who their dMtor 
was.” he said. “What we do is 
on display forever.” 


After making a selection 
“go have a dialague with this 
doctor,” Aronsohn said. “Sec 
that he gives you adequate 
time to discuss your aims and 
problems. B he doesn't find 
someone rise.” 

Lostaf waight “is very dif- 
fkutt in our society,” Aron- 
soIhi said. **It’s. amazing to 
see someone who’s thin, espe¬ 
cially after the fourth or fifth 
decade. 

'The way 1o do it is to con¬ 
sider food an allergy. 

“Your setf4mage Is ImpcM*- 
tant too. Try to think of your- 
srif as slkn, trying to stay 
stim, rather than fat, trying 
to gri thin. Figure why you 
eat and do something about 
that. So many people eat out 
of nervousness." 



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Dear Ann Landers: To lorit 
at me. you’d never guess I 
have twa teenage children. I 
have no gray hairs, no wrin¬ 
kles. and no excess baggage. 

A few months ago. I be¬ 
came fascinated by an art 
dealer whose studio is near 
our apartment. 1 am not the 
type to sneak around, so 1 told 
my husband everything. I 
didn’t want a divorce or a 
separation, only his patience 
and understan^ng until the 
tornado blew itself out. 

Being ta*oadminded and in¬ 
telligent, he agreed to stand 
by. He treated me beautifully 
and he put the usual front 
of the happily married couple. 

In lest thw three months, 
the affair was over. I love my 
husband more than ever for 
his maturity and widsom. He 
is thrilled to have me back on 
a full-time basis. No one was 
hurt and I learned, in the best 
way possible, there’s no place 
like home. We are closer than 
every and 111 never looric at 
another man again. Everyone 
profited. Please agree in 
print, ril feel better. — Je*e- 
bel ' 

Dear Jei: If you're looking 
for a good-conduct medal. 
Huttercopi you came to the 
wrong place. Omsider your- 
‘>elf kicky your husband didn’t 
broom you out when you told 
him about the tornado. Just 
because lie didn’t throw him¬ 
self on the floor and chew the 
carpet doesn’t mean he 
wasn't deeply hurt. 

And while you’re counting 
your blessings, include a 
prayer of thanks that your 
children didn’t hear the gos¬ 
sip. You were shot full of luck 
all the way 'round. 

□ 

Dear Ann landers: We are 
six junioivhigh guys who are 
in plenty of hot water. I was 
the pitcher, Buzzy was the bat¬ 
ter. Buz^ belted the ball 
right througH a plate-glass 
dining room window. 

Do you think the pitcher 
should help the batter pay for 
the window? Should the \^ole 
team buy a new window? 


Should the man who owns the 
window say to the kids. “I 
was young once myself so 
ru just forget about it, but be 
more careful next time”? 
Also, who should buy a new 
ball? Tbe man who owns tl» 
broken window won’t ^ve it 
back. He says anything that 
lands in his living room 
belongs to him. 

Aim Landers, please help 
us. We can’t afford a lawyer. 
_ The OoBBecticot Cowards 
Dear O.C.: It would be very 
brotherly indeed it the whole 
team pitched in to hrip Ihe 
batter pay for the wind^ — 
especiaky the pitcher. His 
earned run average must 
have soared following such a 
stupendous blow, and he 
ought to pay a penalty. 

The man who was young 
once himself will surely give 
the ball back alien he learns 
that you littia gentlemen are 
making plans to pay ftK* the 
window. 

□ 

Dear Aon Landers: We 
have two teenagers — a 
daughter 14 and a son 16. 
They are smart, both in and 
out of school, which is what 
I'm writing about. 

The kids think our ideas on 
child-rearing are out of date. 
They say they are over-direct¬ 
ed and over-protected. They 
don’t want any discipline or 
.suggestions. The plan is “total 
tre^om and penalties for 
their mistakes.” To back up 
this concept they gave us 
some child guidance material. 
An opinion, please. — Square 
Pair la Passadena 
Dear Pair: That’s what too 
many parents are getting 
today — child guidance. Ring 
up no sale and stick with your 
ideas. 

□ 

Dear Ann Landers: I'm 
so mad I could scream. 
Please print this letter for all 
mothem w+k> fee! they simply 
must clean the bedrooms of 
their grown children. 

I am 20, female and pay $60 
a month for room and board. 
When I’m not wwking Tm 
usually but. I’m not the 
neatest i>efson in the world 


and my room does get messy 
but if it doesn’t bother me. 
why should it bother my 
mother? I keep fblling her to 
keep the door closed and stay 
out of there. Every Sunday I 
clean it thoroughly. 

My mother is a neurotic 
Crazy Clean. She also likes to 
rearrange furniture. I almost 
broke my neck when I went to 
lie down where my bed used 
to be. 

A few days ago my sister 
needed a pocketbook for 
school. I dumped the contents 
out of mine into a paper sack, 
gaVe it to her and got out my 
new one. It was late so I 
didn’t put the paper bag In a 
drawer — just left it on the 
fkxM', next to my dresser. 

The next day I looked fw 
the bag and couldn’t find it. I 
had a hunch what had ha;v 
pened but waited till 1 cooM 
off befene 1 asked. Sure 
enough — my mother had 
thrown it out, “Thought it was 
garbage.” 

In that “garbage” was my 
address book, poems I had 
\iritten, letters, receipts, 
minder notes — things I’li 
never be aUe to replace. 

What can I do about this? — 
Craiy Lady’s Daughter 

Dear Daughter: Your 
mother is a compulsive 
cleaner, so telling her to stay 
out of your room won’t help. 
Buy a key and use it. After 
the recent disaster I’ll bet you 
won't get much flak. 

□ 

DEAR ANN LA.\DERS; 
'Please give Ugh some better 
advice ... she’s the lady w’ho 
found the worm in her food 
and hates to think of eating at 
Mary’s house again. 

As I see it, she has three 
chokes: (1) To take her own 
lunch and tell the hostess the 
truth. (2) Take her own lunch 
and say she’s on a special 
diet. (3) Eat with her eyes 
closed. — GOOD CARD 
PLAYER^ iMlE HARD TO 
FIND. 

DEAR GOOD: Sorry, I still 
think my answer was better 
than any of yours. She should 
eat at home or put on her 
glasses and eat very careful¬ 
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Bill to save heritage 


RecrMtion and Consen'a* 
tKm Minister S«ni Bau lf .Mon¬ 
day introdticed legislation 
bringing protectian and con- 
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one ne\^' pro\'incial act. 

Bill 77. the Heritage Oonitcr- 
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Under the new act rnunu i- 
paltties will no longer require 
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If) addition a council wiH be 
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organization concerned with 
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sites and buildiia'S. a B.C. 
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The trust will provide infor¬ 
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'The trust will also have 
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ix>se of pmiierty. provide 
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key role in their econ<mtic 
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The minister said recent 
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tourists 8))end their vacation 
rash visiting cultural and his¬ 
toric attractions. 

The trust would receive "a 
substantial endowTnent" from 
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the bill. Bawif said. He didn’t 
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The finest in homemade 
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Victoria and the Saanich Pen¬ 
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Sept. 3. 4. and 5. 

Ttie sixth annual winemak¬ 
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winemakers’ clubs — the Saa- 
nilch Sommeliers, the South 
Vancouver Island Winemakers 


and the Viclona Winemakers' 
Guild. 

About halt of the expected 
330 entries will come from 
winemakers who aren’t at¬ 
tached to the clubs,'Lindsay 
PoUok, publicity chairman tor 
the fair’s home winemaking 
section, said Monday. 

Entries have previously 
come as far as Nanaimo and 
Abbotsford. PoUok said, ad¬ 
ding that he hoped the wine¬ 


making section of the fair 
woulo achieve the importance 
of the Pentictoo Grape Fse- 
tivaL Ihe Penticton festival 
judges about 300 entries each 
year from all over the prov¬ 
ince. 

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wine, including wine made 
from grajje concentrate, ber¬ 


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Entry fbrms aie avallaUe • 
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or by phoning 477-2154 er 
052-3325. 

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Man pleads guilty 
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Edward Alien Dick. 41. of 5 
Maplebank. pleaded guilty in 
Victoria court Mcmday to two 
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The first count involved 
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Nov. 28. 1975 and Feb. 7. 1976. 


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program to continue the long- 
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He said Dick has a criminal 
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harm in 1954, breaking, enter¬ 
ing and theft in 1963, carrying 
a sawed-off rifle in 1958 and 
oommon assault in 1972. 

Defence counsel Bruca 
McConnan asked for an ad¬ 
journment to call character 
evidence and Judge M. L. T. 
Drake set continuation of tha 
rasa for Sapt. 2. 


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ditlll CfIniXt ViotorU, B.C.. Tueaday, July X, IfTT 21 


Anglers boycott derby over new handicaps 


H ttw B.C. SkUDOo Utftiy 
hadn't Initiated a handicap 
•yitem to penaliae Sooka 
anglart and favor mainland 
anglert, the Sooka angten in 
Saturday and Sunday'! tuly 
derby would have again cap 
lured all the major Chinook and 
coho prizes. 

Top four fish weighed In at 
the Pedder Bay derby bead- 
quarters were ail heavier than 
the S7:l-pouad Chinook caught 
by Karl Emde of Delta In Howe 
Sound .waters to lead the 
mainland suh-derby July 16 and 
17. 

So Sooke-Becher Bay-Pedder 
Bay can still claim to be the 
world's, hottest sports salmon 
fishing waters. 

But, because under the new 
B.C. Salmon Derby handicap 
rules the Howe Sound fish add 
10 pounds to their weight. 
Emde is still heir apparent to 
the 125.000 top prize, with a 
handicapped derby-weight 
47:6-pounder. 

That handicapped weight is 
bigger than Clay Comer's 4S:6 
pounder he weighed at Peddei 
Bay about 1 p.m. Sunday. He 
caught it off the trap shack, 
around from Beechey Head, on 
Strip Teaser about 0 a.m., but 
kept it in the boat until he 
weighed it. 

His partner. Brad Hasanen, 
boated a 27:2-pounder. 

Comer's 43:6-pounder puts 
him in line for the second nu- 
Jor prize which is a Datsun car 
and travel trailer, valued at 
60,000. 

Next weekend the B.C. 
Salmon Derby moves to 
Cowichan Bay waters and 
anglers who held tickets for 
either of Jbe two previous sub- 
derbies are eligible to fish in 
the Cowichan Bay derby and 
the second mainland sub^rby 
Aug. 6 and 7. 

Comer's 43:6-pounder wasn't 
the biggest fish from Sooke 
waters at the weekend. Anglers 
by the score boycotted the B.C. 
Salmon Derby this year to 
show objection to the new han¬ 
dicap system, which was im¬ 
posed after Sooke-Pedder Bay 
waters made a clean sweep of 
last year's major prizes. 

Contestants were about half 
the number of last year. 

Many anglers moved down to 
Otter Point waters, which 


weren't included in the derby 
boundaries. 

Saturday morning John 
Brookman boated a tS^xxinder 
off Possession Point, start of 
derby waters but didn't have a 
derby ticket. He weighed his 
fish into the King Fisherman 
contest at Sooke Harbor 
Marina. 

Sunday morning Mark Grant, 
fishing with Don Colegrave, 
boated a 46-poonder off Otter 
Point and weighed in at Sooke 
Harbor Marina. 





Mai n la n d visitor Elio An- 
tongiovanni arrived at Pedder 


It was a sweet catch for that Bay Friday and got Randy 
pair and their hollers of joy Wright to help him ^ with Hot 
could be beard a mile away. Spot flasher. Minnow Teaser. 
They are the nunufacturers of anchovy and one and a hall 
the new oversize Mark IV pound weight. On Saturday be 
flasher and have been taking returned 1^ 7:30 a m. with a 
quite a kidding from friends, 35Vpounder which led the sub 
who calliit a trophy-room show- derby for a tew hours, 
piece, rather than a producing Top woman angler was Mary 
flasher. Henson with a ^8.1^pounder 

But Grant and Colegrave from Beechey Head on 
have been catching big fish on anchovy, 
their oversize flasher and so Latest King Fisherman 
have many other Sooke entries: 
anglen. Sunday's 4bpounder taniNU ichinook) 

M Mark IV flasher. Minnow c«., 

Teaser and minnow was m- aoad; s.a t.k ».o, s.o, is.a s.o, 
disputed proof. Sockeyt, onw Point, strip TssMr. 

taturriov Ginn Knssowski of ‘’I'*' Mysrt, S41 Bosulort 
saiuroay uino Aosaowsai m Avonuo, Nanaimo; is.a isn, 7.o, 

Langley weighed in a 42 ottar Point, nootcnia. 
pounder at Sooke Harbor, but joFrott, nnjwoitcoaitnoad, 
wasn't a derby contestant. ‘ * «• """• 

The Pedder Bay waters took aitc Mtrriman. lisa 
over the coho lead in the B.C. Ooidiiraam; 5.t pink, ottor Point, 
Salmon Derby with Tom 
Bowie's g.2-pounder caught sunny Sborw attort 
Saturday at Church Rock on h. NoWicki, rr 2 Ro«d, 
strip Teaser. Top^ in ^ * «' 

Vancouver sub-derby was 7.8 sooka Hartior Marino 
pounds. D* A. P»tt«rM)nr lS9t O'Ntill, 

But, t^ is stUl Cowichan U^y;;^’,i'.„J;’stnp Toii?.''*' 
Bay sub-derby to go and ook Boy Marino 
aoolbef mainland sub^erby. Rtaan wong, 3952 CiKnbcfiand 
Top coho pr^ is a Rivrn JJJJJj Marina, euzi 

Inlet fishing trip for two. Grundiwn, sws Bonwn noad; 

Second biggest chlnook in the *tan Mlla Point, stlngalkta. 
we^ was a 41:10 b1X° 

pounder taken by Ken Moyes strip Toawr. 
off Secretary Island. He just Randan Bruim, 9 McNaaiy 
^It baA to P^r Bay ^r'i.Ta'Sl^'s^p:?’st*'pTo*o;i'' 
Saturday night at 6:50, only 10 Ernio tackio. 1734 coronation 
minutes before weigh-in *»«nuo; 7 . 0 , Trial itiana. Buzz 

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aeauiiw. Campball, 1319 Nawport 

Third biggest was a 39:6 Avonuo; s o. Tha Oap, strip 
pounder caught Sunday on Min- TaoMr. 

now Teaser in Rftce Passaffe bv OUbartt Marlaa and Girida Sarvica 

Clive Kamxeeeon. ^.4 Saanicli Inlat, Saa Prooli. 

Neil Pearce got the fourth f. wrattan, 3757 codor him 
heaviest Chinook, a 39:8 
pounder Uken off Aldridge 

Point Sunday on ancbovyp two Graham Ban, 943 woodhaii 
pounds-of weight. 80 feet of 

{v ^ ' Ooug Millan, 1490 Thurlow 

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BIGGEST FISH of the weekend In Sooke waten 
were not entered in B.C. Salmon Derby. Mark 
Grant, right, and Don Colegrave caught a 45- 
pounder M Otter Point Sunday morning, using 
the oversize Mk IV flasher which they manufacture. 


Taasar. 

Roy Smith, 1123Tampla; 7.6, 7.1, 
7.4, l.ll 4.B Gilbart's, Harring 
Jaasar. 

Ada Smith, 1123Tampla; 7.1. $.0. 


Gilbart's. Harring Taasar. 

Karl Laong, 3S70 Gordon Haad; 
*7.4, Cola Bay. Radiant Happy 
Hookar. 

R. Laong, 3S70 Gordon Haad; 1,1. 


• 2. 4.B Cola Bay, Radiant iRoIrt. 

Barry Janrwr. I 4 » Jamaica; 7A 
7.1t Indian Bay, plug ^ ^ 
j. Praaca. 4712 Yfalch Bead; l.t 
Bambarton. hoolcMa. 

Rick Van Adricham. 4 HCro^r 
Road. Sidney; 9J. 6.4. Caai Bay. 
Strip Taasar. ^ - 

Bruce Smith. 3400 Quadra 
Street; 4A Cola Bay, Strip Taasar 
R. Benson, I7» Mortimer; 0.0, 

5.4, Saanich Inlet, Saa Fresh. 

j. Praaca, 4722 Welch Road; 5.1, 
Cola Bay. hootcMo. 

Bill Hodgkin, tlM Marchont 
Road; 7,0. Saanich Inlet, Krlpplad 
K. 

L. Bowditch. 7152 Bart Piaca. 
Brentwood Bay; 4.S, Saanich 
inlet, Krippla K and Strip Taasar. 
G. Ready, 1274 Garkll Road; 

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C. Taylar, 7ll2 Brentwood Orlv% 

Brontwobd Bay; lilT la, McKan- 
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Frank Blari, 3555 Jamas 
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Taasar. 

Brentwood Boat RontaH 

Vic Holman, 320 Cathorlno 
Stroet; 7.10, Bouldor. Gllborts 
Dodgor, Kripplod Minnow Toasor. 

Brian McConooll, 1404 Hybory 
Placo; 4.4, McPhail Pplnt, Strip 

john Rooa, 30N Uppar Torraca; 
13.0, 5.0, 4.12, Bambarton, Uncle 
Tom's Strip. 

Mark Naina, 7050 Brontwood 
Drive, Brantvmod Bay; 5.9, Willis 
Point, Krippio K. 

John Bt ch ar d Oo n , 4 

30.4, Bomborton. anchovy. 

Cyril Robins, 1157 Vordlar, 

Brontwood Bay; 29.9, Colo Bay, 
Strip Taasar. 

Brian Williams. John Walker, 
920 KImpata Way; 9.1X 5.A Willis 
Point. Strip Taasar. 

Wilfred Bauer, 2024 Chaucer 
Street; 4.0, 5.1X Bambarton, Strip 
Toasor. 

E. Broadlay, 1992 Stally's Croos 
Rood, Soonichton; 9.1, 
Bamb^ton, Tom Mock Spoon. 

Patrick Fray, 2053 t4owton; 5J. 
McPhail Point. Strip Toosor. 

L. Stovonson, 2004 Stolly's Croos 
•Rood;, Saanichton; II.B Cola Bay, 
minnow. 

^ Ad^ Kroppnicuus. 2107 Oowtar 


Ploco, 4.7, Ricky'S Raast. Tanslc 
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G. McCoy. IITITattarsaH Oriva; 
4.A Cast Point, Squirf. 

M. McCoy, 1171 Tattarsall; 0.1, 
East Point, minnow. 

Von tsta Marlaa 
Bob Bailey, 2017 Unde Place, 
Sidney; 10.0, Fairfaa Paint, 
Parkin. 

Vic Smith, liMBrobdmaad; 1.1, 
Fairfax Point, minnow. 

T. SutukI, \m High PiMi; UJk 
1.0, 9.A Active Paso, harnno. 

R. Holt. 4109 Tanglawoo d ; 7A 
Active Peas, harrino. 

J. Waavar, 4M9 1 _ 

12.A Active Paos. harrlnB- 
Kan Baamar. 4909 To 
2S.A Active, harrlAB. 

J B K BpYoMra MarlRB 

Dick Flyh, R.R.'S, Duncpa; M.% 
Bold BiiH, horrlno. 

Rob McKaniio. 440 Htrbort, 
Duncan; 7.0. 0.4, 10.0. 

Lyla McKtnaia, 440 Horban, 
Duncan; 4.4. 

Gord Laatham, 207 Island 
Highway; 4.9b Sansum Narraw i , 
Strip Taasar. 

John McKanila, 715 Watsbn 
Stroet. Duncan; 7.4, Sansum Mar* 
rows, harring. 

Joan McKanila, 719 Watson 
Strait, Duncan; 7.2, Sansum Nar* 
rows, horrlng. . 

Albarta Jennings, 79 pmarneHF 
fa Road; 9.7, Sagaratlan PaMt, 
Harring Strip. 


Deep Bay Adia Caart 

Wtck Sansbury, tMI Lawa R aid; 
7.g, Oaap Bay, mida Strip. 


John Dlaka. IT.R. t Ladysrnim, 
27.0, Swall Rack, anctiayy. 

Charles Field. R.R. I, 
Ladysmith; 20.0, Swell Rack, 


Rabart Ciliton, M Wantwarth 
Robd. Courtenay; SJ. 4.I& Batts 
Baacli, Capa LbM HarrInB Strip. 


Ray VbramkOb M 
Avenue, Comax; 4.12* 


atbi 


Rbbd, Courtpppy; 1.1, DPtPs 


ms 


Radibnt Squirt. 

Alex Platnybiwdkl SMI Dan- 
caster Oriva; 9A Capo \jm, mW- 


Don WfiqRt, Ben 
Caurianpy; 4Jl BMI BiMy- 
Lan PlatrtyPawdhI, M 


Dade 

Caurtanay, 


OauitPi. 
lyTsA I 


, OM-Ittti Strait, 
Klnp Catibs Tam 


Kan Raid, R.R. % WiBi 
Courtanpy; 7X Knp CoRr Strip 

P Irleksin, 04 Rim Strpot, 
Laaa; 4.4. King CobR RaatcMa. 

Garden Cnckwn, 44 Itm Straat, 
Laao; S IX 4.A KWi CabR Tam 


C. Hiskath, R.R. 2 Lanas Read, 

Cobbla Hill; 10 . 0 , 10.0, eg, 4.1, 
15.0, 7.P, Bold Biutt, Super Strip 

Jim Murphy, 1305 Oufflold 
Drive, Cobble Hill; 14.4 Bold 
Bluff, hootchie. 

Bob Hale, Glen Road, Cowichan 
Bay; 15.0, 7.4 Bold BluH, harring. 

Ron KcKaon, 5402 Luckhurst 
Rad, Port Albarnt; 7.0, Sansum 
Narrows, Suoar Strip Taasar. 
Chris Hasbart. R.R. X Lonas 
Road, Cobbla Hill; 121. 1.4 BoM 
Bluff, Supor Strip Tabior. 

BracMn Paint Marina 
Las Thomas. 3303 Smugglbrs 
Hill, Nanaimo; 4.S, 4.1, Hack 
Point, minnow. 


KiPB GabR rad 


Rob Clarka, 1410 RoBR Comoa; 
5.0, 4.0, 4.0. ?.•, Kinf Cbbt, 
Fiaohtail. 

Paul CrldiaafL 44 Clm Biraat, 
LAso; 5J, 9.4 Kng CahR haatohlo 
Rornio GoMIng, 1140 Wlllamar 
Avonuo, Courtonay; l.l. King, 
Coho, Krlpplad K. 

Ruth Golding, 1140 Wlllamar 
Avanut, Courtenay; 5.4 5.4 King 
Coho, Krlp^od K. 

Rob Clark#, 1499 Robb, Comox. 
4.0, King Coho. Strip Toasor. 

Ron DougloK 407-1 Ith Stroot, 
Courtonay; S.O, King Coho. 
Floshlatl. 

Phil Thomo, Rox 319, Lxao; 5.4 
0.4 King Coho, groon hootchio. 


100 ideas 


North Mull next to Cotono 


Vanoouvor 


togetwDildiigonfor 
Bnlish Cotamdiia. 


Ranovate 

□The communitY hall 
□A church 

□An historical building 
□An old school into a 
communitY facility 
□A nursery 

Make 

□New street signs 
□A park 
□A hiking trail 
□A ski trail 
□A playground 
□A softball field 
□A slide show 
□Ajogging track/trail 

Build 

□A co-op baithouse 
□Abridge 
□Bus shelters 
□Tburist facilities 

□ A rink 

□ Locker rooms for the rink 
□Seats for the rink 
□Benches for a park 

□A retaining wall 
□Bleachers 

□A community wharf or slipway 
□A community hall 
□A breakwater 
□A drop-in centre 
□Asvifimmingpool 


□An addition to the church or 
community hall 
□Toboggan runs 
□A tourist info booth 

□ Log playground equipment 
□A bicycle trail 

Ofganize 

□A mobile library 
□A drop-in centre 

□ A recreation centre 

□ A handicraft centre 

□ A community info centre 
□A museum 

□ A single parents centre 

□ A community garden 
□A phone-in distress centre 

Helptheagudor 
handicapped with 

□Housekeeping 
□Transportation service 
□Meals 

□House repairs 
□Social activities 
□Swimming 
□Snow removal 
□Free theatre 
□Shopping service 
□Moving services 
□Oeaning services 

□ Counselling 

Or 

□ Index historical data 

□ Extend community pasture 

□ Imprwe recreational 
facilities 

□Complete interior of 
community facility 


Just a few ideas that your organization 
might like to think about for a Canada 
Works project. 

These and other ideas may 
bring new jobs and lasting 
benefits to your com¬ 
munity and British 
Columbia. And private 
companies can apply 
too, with non-profit 
proposals. 


c 



□ Improve water supply 

□ Clear land for recreation 
□Cut right of way to 

community facility 

□ Provide social centre 
□Organize energy 

conservation workshops 

□ Convert existing building into 
a community centre 

□ Upgrade access trails 

□ Fence community facilities 
□Set up a recreation program 
□Cut lumberfor 

communitY use 

□ Help handicapped children 
□Plant trees 

□ Remove dead trees 

□ Recycle newspaper 

□ Produce a show for 
community TV 

□ Mark historical sites 
□Tfee preservation 

□ Research environmental 
problems 

□Putonaplav 

□ Develop solar energy 
□Promote tourism 

□ Tape books for the blind 
□Study urban development 

□ Identify housing needs of 
the community 

□ Improve community 
cultural facilities 

□ Construct running water 
facilities for 

isolated communities 

□ Construct sewage facilities 
for isolated communities 

□Microfilm official records 


Please remember that your project, 
whatever it is, should make use of and 
add to the skills of the unem¬ 
ployed in your area, helping 
them to re-enter the 
work force on a full¬ 
time basis. ‘ 
But the deadline 


□Produce historical 
photostudyof 
the community 

□ Develop native handicrafts 
□Teach craft skills to 

former inmates 

□ Encourage participation of 
women in community 
activities and life 

□ Transcribe documentation 
into Braille 

□ Install fire fighting facilities 
in isolated communities 

□ Develop community 
tourist attractions 

□ Provide tourist attractions 
□Create local museum 

□ Restore heritage facilities 

□ Develop and implement 
system of weed control in 
rivers and lakes 

□ Build community golf course 
□Make community 

football field 

□ Constivet irrigation facilities 
for the community 


|W 


is August 26. So lebs 
getworldngon 
some good ideas. 







































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22 Dofl)’ Colonfft Vioiona. B\... luvailay. July Iii. Ui7 



jfj Detour through spectators B.c.quaUfus 

for soccer 

slows Courageous in tests champwmup 

%JUaUMOH (GT) — HaM- 


NVWPOST. KX (VFl) ^ 
fUfk wtads ami choppy mm 
forced coacoUatkNi Mooiday of 
AMorlc«*i Cop trial racea be- 
twooa ladtpeadoaco aad Ea- 
torprtoo. It wm the flrot ttme 
ta IVHlayo rarlag that 
woaHur Latorforod altk Hm 
trlala anaiat the ttroc 
domeotte defoadora. 


NgyP OKT, RJ. (AP) — 
Sailmaker Tod Hood and hit 
12-nictro yacht, Indepandenco. 
gained a meaaure of revenge 
Sunday agminet Atlanta 
Bravee’ owner Ted Turner 
and Oxirageouf, trading vie* 
toriet in a pair of obaerva' 
ti(X) trial races. 

llood'a victory in the ini¬ 
tial race was the first of the 
summer against Oxirageous. 
the 1S74 cup defender, ttowev- 
er, be itUl Iim the worst over- 
an record against Owrageous 
and Enterprise. 

Against Oourageous. In¬ 
dependence le 1-d for the sum¬ 
mer. 

With the three American 
>'achts becoming more evenly 
matched, the task of choosing 
a defender (or September gets 
pix^tessively more difficult 
ior the New York Yacht 
Club’s race committee. 

In the first observation trial 
Sunday. Turner took the start 
by one second but Hood 
passed Courageous on the 
first windward leg of the tri¬ 
angular Olympic course. 


roundnf the weather mark 3S 
aeconds ahead. 

Fn»n thare, it was Indepen¬ 
dence all the way with Cbura- 
geous ckiaing to althin IS tee- 
ends of the leader at tha gyba 
mark. At the flniah. Indepen¬ 
dence was leading by 28 sec- 
ocids. 

Hood took Turner through 
the fleet of epectator craft ai 
the start of each race. 

"1 intend to clean him oui. 


Kansas City 
to have club 


KANSAS Cmr (AP) — An 
agreement (or leaM of 
Kemper Arena hy a Detrcrft 
Red Wings farm team next 
season has assured Kansas 
City of having a club in the 
Central Hoclny League. 
Mayor Charles B. Wheeler an¬ 
nounced Mooda>'. 

Kansas Qty was represent¬ 
ed in the .National Hockey 
I.eague by the Kansas City 
Scouts for two years and in 
the Ontral Hookey League 
last year by a St. Louis faim 
club. Low attendance and in- 
bufficient financial support 
caused the loss of both fran¬ 
chises. 


Hood said of the manoeuvre. 
“It's just pa^ of the game." 

Asked about his inltisi win 
against Turner, the Maible- 
hesd. Mass., sailmaker said : 
“1 guess it's been a while. It’s 
about time.’’ 

Turner, meanwhile, said: 
“U looks Uks we have an edge 
in tha breeze and In tha 
lighter going, it’s a question 
of who gets the shifts. Earli¬ 
er. 1 said the boat speed nwr- 
gins were pretty thin. It de¬ 
pends tm who gets the header 
and who gets the lift." 

About his trip through the 
sTtectator fleet. Turner said: 
“We didn’t hit anybody, thank 
the Lord. He (Hom) led us in. 
1 guess he wanted to get 
away from us. He went in 
there to escape." 

Independence was ahaad by 
one second at tha start of tl^ 
second race but Oourageous 
came on strong going into the 
wind and turned at the first 
marti seconds ahead. 

Hood closed on Turner on 
tha running lag of tha wind- 
ward-tD>leeward course but 
Courageous put ^dependence 
in her wake on the ensuing 
leather leg. rounding the 
mark a minute, four seotmds 
ahead. 

At the finish line, it was 
Courageous by 57 seconds. 

Winds if) the first race 
ranged from 10 to 14 knots 
from the souttiwest. staying 
irom the same direction in 


raced two but picking up to 16 
tolSkDOU. 


Overall, Oouragaous still 
hM tha bast racord tor tha 
June preliminary and July ob- 
strvatkm trials. Sba stands 
lS-7 against the other two 
yachts while Entaiprlaa is 
10>10 and Independence 6-12. 

In tha obsarvatkm trials, 
which and Wadnasday. En- 
teiprisa hM a 6-4 racord. Oou¬ 
rageous stands at 6i6 and In- 
depandenoa is 4>6. 


to 
to 
to Ta- 


Both teams ffalslisd wUh 
two wtoa aad a laaa at the 
Waatara Osaatto eham- 
ploMhtps here SatoNay aad 
Boaday. 

Alberta ftolehsd with a wto 

aad tws laaaaa whlla flaakat- 
chewaa failed ta wto a atogle 
game to tha raasd-roWa earn- 
pedttoa. 


Tennis sides split 
last league tests 


Island Indoor and Beacon 
HiU battled to a 4-4 tia in 
Men’s "A" competition on the 
final day of tha spring sched- 
\de in the South Vancouver 
Island Temls League. 

Isn Brady of the Indoor 
team ovenshelmed Timo 
Markkanan 64, 6-1 and then 
teamed with Ooilin Ross to de¬ 
feat Mike l^nvtes and Matti 
Huhtala 6-3, 6-2 while Trevor 
Smyth of Beacon HIU whipped 
Greg MiUer 1-1. 6-0, Don Mar¬ 
tin knocked off Ross 6-1, 7-5 
and then Smyth and Martin 
combined to edge Miller and 


Dave Tooby 3-6, I *2. 6-2. 

In other matohes. Indoor's 

Gary Peddle and Tod E^>lay 
edged Marickanen and Gtr^' 
Kot^ 6-4, 6-2 and Tooby ral¬ 
lied to Kobley 26, 7-5, 
66. 

Byrnes and Huhtala defeat¬ 
ed Peddle and Esplay 64. 7-6 
tor Beacon Hill’s odier victo¬ 
ry. 

SINAL ITANOtNai 
MIN'S A 


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f.I.MTnj|«.r . tjjj; 


Courageous, right, trails Independence in first Sunday lest 

B. C. riders near top 


C.VLGARY — Three B.C. 
riders finished near the top fo 
the prellminaiy division in the 
three-day event Canadian 
eriueslrian championship, 
completed .Sunday. 

Bill Ulmer of Oliver placed 
lirsl in the class with 42.8 
penalty points, while Bridget 
Flynn of Parksville and Cathi 
.Monroe of Langley finished 


second and third, respec¬ 
tively. 

A Saanicl'.ton rider, Gordon 
Fox. won division two honors 
in the training divisioa and 
Janet Woodley of Vernon cap¬ 
tured the division one crown. 

Winning the most advanced 
event, the intermetliate. was 
lir Ashton, of Orangeville. 
Onl. Ashton, a reserve rider 


foi* the Canadian Olympic 
team last year, compiled 91 
ijoinls in winning the title. 

The comtietition was a se¬ 
lection trial to the short list 
for the Canadian national 
three-day event team. B.C. 
Riders named to tha list in¬ 
clude Brenda Sloan, Baity 
Oland of Aldergrove and Nick 
Holmes-Smlth of Oliv'er. 


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Minister passing buck 
on Cowichan estuary? 


C<|||> Colinlflt Vietona. B.C., TuMd«>'. .aly 38, U7T 23 


There ain t 
no more 
—trustee 


ftia't MO me 
•c-hool tntetfie Peter Buna 
the B.C School Tnmle 
riaOoB Mootfij MfIK. 


Man feared drowned 


B^BBTCSOBZaE 


DUNCAN -- PtovbKial Eiv 
\'l 2 t)nznent Minister James 
Nlaleen appean to have 
pasMd the buck by refusing 


to become tnvolved In the 
growing Oowlchan estuary 
controveny. 

In a letter to North Cbw- 
ichan council, released Mon< 
day, Nielsen refers to a pro* 
by Island Shake and 




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Shlnglt to build ■ new mill on 
a 10-acre site In the Oowichan 
estuary end saya the Envf- 
ronment and Uee Com- 
mlttee (ELUC) w4U not inter¬ 
fere with development In the 
area. 

Li another letter dated April 
4. Nielsen eedd £LUC was 
ccfKemed a/bout protecting 
the estuary but was aleo open 
to auggestloni tor develop- 
ment which would benefit the 
Cowidian Valley eoono( ni y. 

Nielsen is chairman of 
FTLUC. 

The committee, he eald. hud 
autliortred the reconvening of 
a task force to study the area 
and assets boith environ¬ 
mental and economic quali¬ 
ties. 

In the letter released Mon¬ 
day and dated July 19. Niel¬ 
sen eaid an economic study of 
the Oowichen Valley, request¬ 
ed by North Cbwichem, would 
be carried out by a task force 
which would consider eubmla- 
slons from provlndal, federal 
and local government repre-, 
sentatlves. 

Indlcadostt were that the 
task force would reconvene 
next October, if at all. 

"Discussions on this matter 
will be initiated with the 
minlstiy of economic develop¬ 
ment with the object of hav¬ 
ing that ministry dirm^t such 
a study in cooperation with 
deliberaticms of the task 
fcTce,” Nielsen eald. 

The letter also states that 
ELUC wtll not "Interfere in 
any way with North Cow- 
ichan’s i^rogatlve to isaue a 
building permit to Island 
Shake and Shingle. 


"HeganUng design and con* 
utruction of the proposed Is¬ 
land Shake and Shingle mill, 
normal provincial approvals 
involving appdicaition to the 
pollution Control Branch or 
health inspector fOr septic 
control and to the ministry of 
highways for access, both of 
which must precede tSBuaxu!e 
of the building permit, will 
apply," the minls^ said. 

(Mayor Gerry Smith told die 
Cblonlst the municipality 
would not Issue a building 
fjermit until all plans had 
been studied by the appropri¬ 
ate authorities. 

The company Itad asked for 
blanket ai^^oval to go ahead 
with the construction plans. 
Smith said, but it wouldn't 
"get the okay from anyone" 
until the plans had been 
thoroughly examined. 

The mayor added, however, 
that the munldpality was le¬ 
gally bound to issue a build¬ 
ing permit if the plans were 
acceptable. 

Snikh was referring to a 
recent B.C. Supreme Court 
case in which tha eomciany 
took action against the munic¬ 
ipality regarding zoning of the 
proposed site. 

Mr. Justice John Ruttan 
ruled the municipality didn't 
have the fxnver to pass tiie 
zoning bjdaw and forced 
North Cowichan to allow the 
site to be Z43ned in favor of the 
company. 

Bert Rodenbush, manager 
of Island Shake and Shingle, 
said earlier this month that 
tha company hoped to b^in 
construction in tiie fall. 


the aaaaolatlaa's duee aasesa- 

meot for the Greater Vlctorlu 
M'hool board, up from 
in to 828,828 «»r 

1977’78. 

The board had budgeted 
only $32,841 for the sseaefa- 
tioa this year, aad decided oa 
Moaday that la all the ofgaal- 
xatloa wQl geL 

The assodatteii’e rapidly- 
expanding badgei hae b^n a 
sore poLnt with Hie district, 
and prompted the board's de¬ 
cision last May ta pull out of 
the organization in 1878. 


COWICHAN LAKE - A 31- 
yeaivold Ladysmith man was 
misting and presumad 
drowned Monday aftar a rub* 
bar raft in which he and a 
companion were riding over¬ 
turned Sunday In the Oow- 
ichan BSver. 

RCMP IdenUhtd the miss¬ 
ing man as Onlg OUn, who 
was floating on the river with 
Allan MacKay, 18, of Duncan. 

Both man were fully clothed 
when the raft overtumad and 
neither was wearing a life- 
Incket. Thera wera no llfa- 
jickets in tha boat, police 
said. 

The accident occurred 
aoout nvo miles downstream 
tit*m Skutz Falls at 1:45 p.m. 
when the [ air hit a narrow 


section of the river. TTie raft 
had made it to shore with 
both man aboard whan it 
swung around and over¬ 
tumad. 

OUn was •w'Spt sway tn tha 
current while MacKay man- 
agad to maintain his poeltion 
at tha edge of the river. 

The deptli of tha wataf In 
tha narrow seetion varlee be¬ 
tween knee-deep and 15 feet, 
police said. 

A number of people along 
the ^orellne saw Olin disap¬ 
pear beneath the water but 
none saw him surface, police 


said, adding a paddla from 
the raft was found about a 
quarter of a mile downstream 
from the accident site. 

Campers In the area helped 
ROdP search the area Si»* 
day whila a diver from Ekm- 
can fire department oonduet- 
ed an underwater search for 
the body. An RCMP heli¬ 
copter did an atrial survey 
without success Manda>'. 

PoUee said It wu believed 
OUn's body was trapped 
under a rock or other obati^ 
tion in the current where it is 
too swift for a diver to swim. 

Attempts to locate the body 
were continuing, police said. 


School contract 
gb-ahead given 


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District 71 has been given the 
green light to enter Into a con¬ 
tract with A. D. Storrie Con¬ 
struction Ltd. of Campbell 
River to build a senior sec¬ 
ondary school on the site at 
Guthrie and Pritchard roads, 
Comox. ♦ 

School board chairman Stan 
Hagen said excavation in pre- 
puruiion for construction 
wxHjld begin- within a week. 
The board expects to have the 
school built and ready for the 
school year 1978-79 to aecom- 
moilate some 700 Grade 10,11 
and 12 students from the town 
of Comox. CFB Comox and 
rural areas. 


When the budgetted SS mil¬ 
lion fell riiort of the 84.3 mU- 
Uon lowest bid. It beoama oeo- 
etsary to trim costs and the 
final contract flgura rasched 
with tha construction firm 
was $3,214,300. 



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Hog producers 
need aid—MLA 


B.C hog producers are 
being forced out of business 
ly price-cutting and short¬ 
age ol processing facilities." 
Barbara "Wallace (NDP — Co- 
\\1chan-Malahat) told the B.C. 
l.egisrature Monday. 

She asked Agriculture Mln- 
Lster James Hewitt if he was 
in-epared to take any action to 
"ensura that tiie two remain¬ 
ing hog-proce&sing pkuttt re¬ 
main in operation." 

Hewitt said he was "well 
aware of the problems facing 
the producers and proces¬ 
sors," and that his ministry is 
working with them in efforts 
to find a solution. 

In a praf>ared statement. 
Mm. Wallace said B.C hog 
producers wera being forced 
to ship their hogs to Tacoma. 


Wash., for processing because 
B.C. processors were price 
cutting. 

"Imerconlinental Packers 
are importing hogs from their 
plant in Saskatchewan, and 
putting them on .sale at 10 
cents a pjound below Alberta 
prices." 

She noted that historically, 
B.C prices were based on the 
All^rta prices plus three 
cents for freight. 

"B.C. producers are ship¬ 
ping to Tacoma because th^ 
can get a higlier price. Yet 
the processors say they can 
buy ILS. pork clieat>er than 
B.C. pork. 

"There is something miidtty 
strange. It is time the govern¬ 
ment stei>ped in." 



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Garden Notes 


Given a garden on naturally 
acid aoU and a krv« tor 
ering shrufaa. there it a ten* 
dency for the average hobby 
gardener to go overboard on 
rhododendrons. And when he 
discovers the wealth of colors, 
forms and varieties in this 
family of shndM. he becomes 
a c<rilector » a rhodomanlac 
-- with all the acquisitive liv 
stlncts of a teenager hunger* 
ing for the latest phonograph 
record by Peter Frampton. 

King George VI was incura¬ 
bly infected with rhodomania 
and never attended the Owl- 
sea flower show without the 
Rhododendron Stud Book, 
listing the parentage of all the 
named h 3 i>rid 8 . Under his 
personal directian, Windsor 
Great Park was planted up 
with what is possibly the 
finest collection of ihododen- 
drone in the w^ld. 

It is possible, with Rhodrv 
dendron discolor and its hy¬ 
brids, to extend tiw flowering 
season into July, and with K. 
auriculatum, into August, but 
tor all of us except the ardent 
c<Alectors, tiw coming of high 
summer sees the end of tiie 


display. After Ms, It is time 
to do some tidying up. 

^'here the btoesom display 
has not been \g> to expacta- 
tions. It is possible that the 
trouble Is due to the fact that 
the spent Moaaoms were not 
remo^ after ftowerkv lA*t 
year. 

This clean-up. while not 
strictly necessary, can make 
quite a difference in both 
health and appearance — tiie 
shrufae are Car from beautiful 
when covered witii faded 
brown blooms — and by get¬ 
ting rid of toem before seed 
pods form, you direct their 
energies into preparing tor 
next year’s b)«8om display 
rather than into manufao 
turing useless seeds. 

The long, thin pods of each 
flower cluster all arise from a 
common stalk, dev^oped 
from last year’s growth. If 
you look cl^ly, you can see 
the new grovrih for nect 
year's Uooms already emerg¬ 
ing from near the base of this 
stalk. 

The trick here is to tate off 
tiw spent flower trusses with¬ 
out injury to ttiet^ new 
growths, for without tiiem 


there can be no display next 
year. 

The best metiw) it to cut 
through the stalk at the base 
of the old flower cluster, well 
above the new emerging 
shoot A sharp knife, scissors 
or secateurs cui be used. The 
small azalea blooms can be 
pinched off fay hand. 

If your ihododmdron Is a 
Ug bush, this will be a weul- 
some and monotonous chore, 
but it is really woriCxwhUa and 
will pay handsome dlvideDik 
hext year. 

One good thing about ttds 
clean-up job. thou^, is that it 
brings every part of your 
bush under close inspection as 
you woric at removing the 
spent flower clusters. Ih ttiis 
way. you have a very good 
ch^ce of detecting the earli¬ 
est symptom s of ibododen- 
dron tnxddes in plenty of 
time to take comectiva inea>- 
•ures. 

For instance, you may no¬ 
tice that some of the iMves 
are stippled with tiny U^t 
green dots on the upper sur¬ 
face, or with the undmides 
spotted witii daric, resiDOus 
material. Count yourself 


hteky if you csteh these si 0 u 
in their eerliast sts^sa ~ they 
would never have been no¬ 
ticed if you hadn’t been work¬ 
ing over the plant ao closely. 

This Is the wwk of a pretty 
little creature called tfaa flho 
dodendron Lace Bug, only an 
el;^th of an Inch long and as 
dainty as a ballet dancer, but 
a deadly enemy of the rhodo¬ 
dendron and the azalea. Con¬ 
ventional sprays used conais- 
tentiy will control this pest, 
but a mors modem and effec¬ 
tive method Is to paint esc- 
tions of the stem bark with 
neat Cygon 3-E. 

TUs is a systemic insec¬ 
ticide, ataeoibed through the 
baric into the planVs Uood- 
stream and rendering Its 
leaves and sap poisonous to all 
Insects and grubs that feed 
upon it. As with other sys¬ 
temic chemicals, it wo^ 
fro m the inside and ttwrefbe e 
won't wash off in the rain. 

Another method to to use a 
systemic in granulatod torm. 
Theee granules are ecratdied 
into tiw aoil, where the Inect 
poison to taken cgi by tha 
roots and again circulated in 
the aito- 


Sydney 

Harris 




Things I Learned Eh Route 
to Looking Up Other Things r 

That tankers today domi¬ 
nate all other types of sea-go¬ 
ing vessels, carrying half of 
the worid’s total cargo capaci¬ 
ty. 

That in actual numbers of 
people added each year, the 
U.S. ranks third in increasing 
its population the fastest, sur^ 
passed only by china and 
India. 

That the first book ever 
printed in the English lan¬ 
guage was pcipted in fYance, 
and was a translation of a 
French narrative on the 
Trojan War. 

That some 90 per cent nf 
all>daily automobile usage in 


the U.S. is for distances of 20 
miles or less. 

That Australia has 10 times 
as many sheep as human 
beings. 

That if the 200,000 excess 
hospital beds in the U.S. were 
ellrninated, the savings in hos¬ 
pital esqtenses would be $1 
lion a year. 

’That Spain had more 
tourists and visiters last year 
the U.S., France, and Eng¬ 
land combined. 

That New York Qty issues 
more than 8 million parking 
tickets a year, and collects <xi 
fewer than half of them. 

That the National Air and 
Space Museum in Washington 
is now visited by flve times as 
many peof^e as the White 


Itouse, three times as many, 
as the Washington Monument, 
and has even exceeded the 
capitol building as tfaa prime 
tourist attraction tiiere. 

That the Udall biU to set 
aside 114 mUlkn acres ot 
Alaska as new national parks 
and wildlife refuges would 
make it an area more than 
three times as big as New 
York State. (It would encom¬ 
pass 30 per cent of Alaska.) 

That you can buy a new 
1977 edition of more than 
14,000 toll-free numbers to call 
for services, goods and infm*- 
mation, in the book, Toll-Free 
Digest, sc4d by Warner Books 
for $1.95. 

That while only one normal 


person in three mlllicm ran 
perform complicated arith¬ 
metical problems in his head, 
Goe person in 2,000 can do this 
among tite retarded, and one 
out <A 10 among tha autistic. 

That while the average fed¬ 
eral prison sentence is 3H 
yean, this varies so widely 
for the same crime from dis¬ 
trict to district that the 
average in <me ItfGchigan dis¬ 
trict was seven years, while 
in a Georgia district it was 
only m yean. 

That Jack the Ripper has 
been not only the subject of 
countless literary and detec¬ 
tive works, but also the cen¬ 
tral character in a musical 
rometiy and an opera. 


Art 

Buchwald 


WASHINGTON — There is 
a new science in this country 
which is called human engi¬ 
neering. The object of human 
engineering, as I understand 
it, to to fit human beings into 
inhuman conditions. 

I made this discovery while 
riding on an aiiplane from 
New York to Washington the 
other day. Seated next to me 
was a man who was talcing a 
very careful measurement of 
the space between us and 
then writintg it in a notebook. 

1 asked him what he was 
doing, and he said he was a 
human engineer, and it was 
his job to see how many more 
people he could squeeze on an 
airplane without doing perma¬ 
nent bodily harm to the pas¬ 
sengers. 

"We used to have five seats 
across,’’ he said pnxidly. "but 
we’ve managed to put another 
seat in each roM*. and 4s you 
can see we can now gck six 
pe( 9 le across." 


"How on earth did you do 
it?" I asked him. 

"We cut the centre aisle in 
half. The passengns have to 
walk sideways, but just think 
of what the extra seats mean 
to the company’s payload." 

“Which, of course, to all 
that you’re worried about?" 

"You can bet your sweet 
whistle on that," he said. 
"I’m very concerned, though, 
that tbefe still seems to be 
rbom between your knees and 
the seat in front of you." 

"Only about two indies," I 
said. 

"Well, if you take two 
inches away here and two 
inches away there, you can 
put another row ofseats on the 
plane." 

•"nien nw knees should be 
flush l^inst the seat 
ahead?" 

"Naturally, my dear boy. 
You can’t expect leg rocan on 
such a short hop. One more 
thing. I was wondering bow 


you feel about a reclining seat 
as opposed to a stationary 
one." 

"I prefer a reclining seat. It 
gives me a chance to rest a 
little." 

He started writing in his 
book: "Customer too tempted 
by reclining chair, so I 
strongly recommend sta¬ 
tionary kind, which will alkrw 
us two more rows in iMck." 

He looked at me. "You 
came on board with a pack- 
Bge. What did you do with 
it?" 

"I put it under ray seat." 

He wrote again, “Customer 
can still get package under 
seat, which means we’re 
wasting x'akiable space that 
could better be us^ for air 
freight” 

"You people really titink of 
e\'«ything," I said. 

"We try to," he replied, 
"but it’s a tough struggle. 
There are a lot of people in 
the aviatkn business who art 


behind the times, and we 
hav'e to show them that their 
best interests lie not with the 
passengers but with th stock¬ 
holders. Tm having a devil ot 
a time trying to get the com¬ 
pany to remove the 
armre s t s ." 

"You want to do away with 
the armrests?" 

"Of course. If we did away 
with the armrests, everyone 
would be forced to sit closer 
together, and we could get 
ei^t people in a row." 

"Say, have you ever 
thought of putting people in 
the baggage raric oveihead?" 
1 asked him. 

He studied it for a few mo¬ 
ments. "It could be done, if 
we could fit them in horizon¬ 
tally." He made another note; 
"CSi^ck about stuffing people 
into ov’eihead baggage rack." 

"You’ve covered all the 
bases," I said in admiration. 

"Not qmte,” he said, star¬ 
ing at the washroom. 


Arthur 

Hoppe 


All that makes travel worth* 
while to the ephemeral dream 
of some day fining that idyllic 
spot for which you’v* been 
searching all your life — that 
oasis of perfecti(m in an oth¬ 
erwise hanun-scarum world. 

And after only three weeks 
of bouncing around the British 
Isles on the Fun 'Times, Inc.. 
Tour No. 5406 (11477.98 includ¬ 
ing transfers, gratuities and 
some meals), we’ve found it. 

My wife, whose intuition is 
highly devel<H>ed, sensed it 
the moment wre walked into 
the rotwn. "This to it," she 
said fla^. "Look how sfto- 
ckius it c." 

"Oh, I don’t know," I said, 
putting down our bags. "I 
think that room we had at 
Mucklemoss Manor was big¬ 
ger — and a couple of cen¬ 
turies older, too." 

"So WBS the plumbing." she 
said, flicking <hi a li|^t. "Hey. 
Kleenex in the bathroom! I 
haven’t seen Kleenex since we 
left london. And these big. 
fluffy towels. They’re my fa¬ 
vorite shade of green. I’m 
sick of while towels. Ttiey’re 
sohotelty." ^ 

"I do like a king-size bod." 
I admitted. "And the view 
isn’t bad. It doesn’t look out 
on the street ao It should be 


quiet, but we’re not at the bot¬ 
tom ot a light well, either, the 
WBy we were in Edinburgh." 

"Big bare of soap, too." she 
said. "And a plug for my hair 
diyer. And a big color tee- 
vee. Say. th^'ve got re<run8 
of Star TVek here. Isn’t that 
the program you like most?” 

"No. 1 like educational tele- 


PKies 


vision better," I said with dig¬ 
nity. "I just never get around 
to watching 11 Isn’t that a 
record player on the shelf?" 

"Yes, and here’s a stack of 
old Glenn Miller 78*s. They’re 
priceless." She opened a door. 
"You’re not going to believe 
this. We’re got our own pri¬ 
vate refrigerator!" 


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"You’re kidding," I said. 
"Anything in dt?" 

"Not much," she said. "But 
there’s a littie store down the 
street. We can stock up. Have 
you noticed how friendly the 
people here are?" 

"Yes, maybe it’s the way 
we talk,” I said. "Tbey seem 
somehow so simpatioo." 

"What’s tills key?” she 
asked. 

"A surprise." T *said. 
"There’s a 1968 Dodge in the 
basement wt can use all w’e 
want.” 

"No more bus?" she threw 
her arms around me. "But 
how can we affosd this lux¬ 
ury? 

"Don’t worry," I said. "It’s 
the cheapest place we’\’e 
stayed In yet. AJl it needs to 
make It perfect Is .. 

"Look!" she cried, opening a 
cabinet. "Just w4iat you want¬ 
ed — a fully stocked bar." 

So after thousands of miles, 
thousands ot dollars and three 
weeks’ hard searching we 
found the perfect place. T 
vowed then aftd there never to 
leave it again. 

But I know us. Next spring 
my wife will come home >yith 
travel folders in her hand and 
wanderlust in her eye. And off 
we’U go once more in our an¬ 
nual quest for the perfect 
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PEESOHAL MtVfCIf 

35 Traval 

33 ianda. Mualddm and 
Orchaatroa 

34 Pra-Racordad Muate 
40 DuaJnaaa Paraonaia 

43 Dancino 
42 Education 
71 Muatc Taochora 
3t Paraonaia 
32 Trada ScMtia 

MBRCHANOItINO 

: S3 Aircraft 
: 117 Antlouaa and Arte 
' 71 Elcyctea 
so toata and Marina 
4 $ iuiidlfit Suppllaa 
93 Camoraa. Suoollaa and 
Photo Flnlahlnt 
127 CMcM. Poultry, HolcMnd 
Eobs, Supplioa 
’ 133 Farm aw.plamanta 
Pitel 

97 Furnitwro 

PRIVATE EOX NUMBERS 120 Gardtn SVppllaa 

v*rtfi 2 iaS?."S 75 *'£hkh'^Sli 2 Ji *t Grocorlaa, Moati and Praduca 
a Petition Fliiad Advartiatmtnt. 130 Haavv Eouipmont ond 
Machlntry 

— 121 Livtalock. Suppite* ond Evanli 

Canlroct rotot ter locol Ouainaitoa 1100 Miscalltndoud ter Sdid 


iv O Ai^Vwi Mid 1 mwii oa ivnr >r«in«w ana prw. 

0r*7l A wnHa and moaarnMv I f^di- __ tei'aiFy witn a^partenoa In prl* 

>taH « *oy.l Jubll... (ll»or»h. IkeWAKD TO ANYOMt 'INDINO 

" “ la Duraa that wot miaiino ^ Safa- '7**wri‘ nooaanojd ownaA ounno 

LUCHIN—Earn te Luciano (nd JomoaEav Comint artL Kt>'danea oi family and m raapon- 

^n (^<tenvav) mh.,^ of parMriai vatua^h aV>!(>># durino thoif aooonca. a da- 

i W! i! 2 *****'J ate: fit out*-‘ lachad cotiapa la 4 ya='aWi an tna 

bov. OanM Jamaa. 7 |m. f ea. Ihom aakad 3t3-0942. .proparty, tha vacancy calls tor a 

A Droffwr ter Tony. TWa to ' ;a a“a^-^ Ifuittima canaoit. roiloote. tnortafk 

Or. Mai^l and Maternity atalf. LOST — WHITE CAT, SHORT to m’ddte afOd cou>te acla, 

.-xnAV^ hair, nautarad. 3 Wack marWnta on |,3 or wimout supor- 

' I CARD or THANKS terphoad. Cook-FInlava^ arM. vi,ioo. it la not a rotlramani oo- 

'-am -** *** poTtuoity, appilcaltona itMuid ateta 

I ftpVl^MPAP^WTtFMT attar 3 p.m. 477 - 1121 ._ raauma of aiparlanca and 

Racamiy I tjant 12 diva In tha SlOO REWARD - EOSTON 

Royal Jubllao Hoapliat uridorgoina Whaiar Oinghv, '77 Canadian Fiah- vi ctoria Piw aa. Do« 044. 

, opan haart aurtary. ao common arloa Licania C0572, odrHl naar 
^ thaaa dava. Cowicnan Bay. July IS. 1977. Call 

May I throufh your printed papa cellaci, 4t2-SSW. 
axpraaa my daapaat aporaciatlon —aa" 

and thanka te mv many frianda 1 

' and rdiatlans who In my tima of Wodnoadov, July 20> Whltty a 
jritad ahowtrad ma witli lattara. ft**c^^Mkinp Laf, or vkinHy, 

' carfla and wlahaa for a apaady ra- .SPS-i^t. 


RESIDENT 

ASSISTANT 

MANAGERS 


BOYS-GIRIS 
ADULTS 
ESQUIMALT 
VIC WEST 
AREAS 


]tl HELP WAaVTED i: 
I GENERAL | 

VACANCICt. ONE FMXTIME 
and 2 caaual NgrafnE tarvka 
; Aidoa. 71 bad axtendad cart 
'fal. tiwartanca aaaantlal. No un- 
.trainod par j ennal nood apply. 
Aprtv m wrKm otaNnf anpanyra 
ho Tha Diroctor if Nurotno. P.O. 
!Epk W. Soo^ciiten E.C., Voi IMP. 

« 


OmCB HELP 


ADVERTIaSEMENTS in 
THIS Cl-ASSIFICATION 
MUST COMPLY WITH 

THE i 

BRITISH COLUMBIA 
HUMAN RIGHTS ACT | 

BOOKKEEPER - ONFICt MAN-’ 
opor — Suparvlaor rooulrod imma -1 
diataiY for local davamar. Oufitt 1 
will iocluda avparvUnB rantal. 
bloclu. daallna wtth fro^" 


AALCft PERSONS 
uid AGENTS 


Real Estate 
Career 
Training 
Produces 
Success 


|IB smtATIONS WANTED 

• COUFLE REQUISS FOBITION 
In larBa homa. a yoaro' axDarl- 
anca, rafarancaa on roduaat. 
kavo baon In ma n aEar poatHoNEjn 
hotel MRMtry. Vteteirla Ftrm. Sw 

_ 

I SOCIAL WOEKEE WITH 
maatera datroa and ani yen em- 
' parted In Child Waltara irii 
i MarriRBf CounaalUnB aaaka anw 

la. 


ENGLISH CHARTERED Ac¬ 
countant, p. aaaka a m ptaywiant h 
VkterSa. Full raauma an 

application Fnono SnM Vlnlno. 
3S4-14M. 


LOST: SILVER LIGHTER. PROB |W‘m aporrmom aipc . .. .. .. 

VTth. rurun, boll, molt SI!!. 

who 


MOTHERS IN JAMES SAY 
Will boOyaH your cMId In mr 
homo white you work, now or 
I booinnint In Saplomiar. Fhono 
13 04^73. 

is E C RETARIALACCOUNTANT 
vteHiini oul of homo. All an- 

joul ftea. 3IS-Ntti anytlma. _ 

.|MAN WILL DO GARDENINgT 
..i.- *vnd I tandacaolnp and yard cfbanlng. 

—— - 1 , 1 -vii'v* r.aivawrrv —••• viw<«.i ixvi.iwws wAabllno vou *** npaaonahila ratal 4 jI WPiT 

pina from 170 te bt plvon te paraona adth pravteua I quickly roach vour daolrod tevoi of' . —---— 

1 ^ dMondIno on axpwtei^ in tho contract in- auceaaa. A sampte te tha nawiMAN FR.E:AFFRENTiqE CAR- 


i«nrkifM kiMiticMM fAuaid A tew profilabte pally Cotemat, counts racaivabte, pooeunts oav- 

Mrtmiini AaviMCk ntwapaptr rovtaa wiTi ba availabia abit, payroll and oonaral Ititew.' Block Broa. will train you In 

toon In tha abova araas. Subatan- and offica routinaa. Frqfo^t wUh provan mathods anabilnp y 
manMVTB n*r jpipa JIIUMI n .i., nrjtlf** -^44*. a^^wIaim I Anirbk, VAAi-l. tlfmir ttmalrmA u 


and famala ...... --- 

I wmaena vary apacial and 
thorouphly txplainad wh^ 


Any advartiaamanf which variaa 
from 4 pt. rapuiar ciaasiflad atvte 
ahpii ba conaldarod aami-ditplay 
14 aeata ilnaa par cofumn Inch 

I ar 2 days 

40c par apata llna ppr dpy 

3 to S conoacutfvo doya 
S 4 C par aaate tlna par day 
4 or mora conaacunva daya 

m per apaOa Una par day 


NATIONAL AND 
OUT OP PROVINCE BATE 
Rapuit' Cteaalflad 17c par word 
Sami-Olapiav 4dc par apata tint 
14 apata linpa par column inch 


BIRTH NOTICES 

Up te 30 werdi tS.JD 
Etch pddittonol word 13c 


OBATN NOTICES, 

MEMORIAL NOTICES 
AND CAROS OP THANKS 
II SO Por count llna par oay 
3 conaacuttva dava 
4Se par count llna par day 


rhat « 

laam 


vory 
n tJt- 
in a 


SS routa alia for p imte of vowr tlmp'duatrv. this te p pormteipnt fuil-i'-Xprox" In-daoth -"Pf 
L<»T- GRAY TABBY CAT WITH mornloo. Call Mr. Fox. at.timo oealtlen ond aolpry will bo sptunt SkMte" techniquo. 

r^_ L?5*I.A*J r'l'l Plooao alata oxpoflanco ond flreulntten Onnt commMwurate wtth aatoortenCO lul 


brown oollor and oranpa namo ajvt 
tag, Simon. Around -Gonziiaa Pox 
Bopch. SPO-12B4. . Ud 


rafaroncos. 
S7P. oil 


:• Pno'fte / 


* 1- 


Celonitt Circulation Dipt. 

... 11 or drop In at tha Circuit-__________ 

tion Oapt., 7421 Oi^lM St. and own handwriting te Victoria 
fill In an pppiicption. , Box No. 427. 


commansurate 
I quallfIcMIe 
1 handwrltlni 


ACCOUNTING SUFERVISOR 
malor ratpiling firm raquirts i 
ptrvisor tor tha accounts pay 


enough. Evarv mombar of ft* FOUND: TWO BLACK KITTENS 
•iptf worp ae vary dpdkptpd to tha approximataly a months, found on „ , 

duty oi^gnpd to tham but at tha Wast AAaddock and Earl Gray, suparvisor tor tha accounts pay- 

soma ttma wara m ottantlva la my 3B4-^._abia-invanterv control daot. This 

teit loaa or a mm found etoo^ fi^ call 4S2 14 m.- \Qt\er% Kcsunts, tha accorpcv and 

"•flL!®. • 52S.®: ?£•* F*y*5 lost: black male kitten, a QUOnllty of work ^ormad by 

voungv awtera Won RNom ,t had months old, vicinity of Astoria and Mpartmont staff. Accurate and' .... 

TO**J!?’* ^ Maplawood. 392-4045. .timpiv praparation of all G-L In-iTu*,* * tew BmriteKik com. pondlop upon txparianca. Phono 

L«T-<,N Ro«-^«T-L«-^is!Li*' 2 ::s. 

To aM tha staff on 4 Royol ond In- oof totom Soturday. chain nock- - Iai7 te f»te Sfitf^larT Vl^lp' •Cl.”??* • 

^ darson arpa. Monthly Droftts da*.•-A’ 


BOYS-GIRLS 
ADULTS 


THE PERMANENT 

raquirts axparlancpd coHactton 
I dork for mortpagt dopartmont. 

I Must hava thorauph knowlodgo of 
• codaction procoduras, ba abte to 
■ communicate affactivaly and work 
'with minimum of tuporvislon. 
Storting satary up to StOXMO do- 
Phona 


_jl 

.... ... __ Succaoa* 

Iiir prostigious safogmon 'luat don’t 
happon, may art trainad. Cbll 
tedov. Intarviaws by appefntmant 
onfy. 

Block Bros. Reoltv 

47MM1 3i4-3S3l 477-1B«t 


vary daaoast 


tansTva Cart, my 

raapact and thanks. . X'eV 

To Dr. Frtasan and Dr. Brownlaa'*£^7; 
may I ba avar grateful. 

Norman Coplay A Lilian 
Box 77, Shawnigan Laka 

14 A\>Ui;NCKMeNT 8 


laca, r^ard. 

.BLACK AND 


' Prasa ^ 4S4. 


'"rf® -iaarn axtrp monav, working ap- 1 tout apart f ^ foww *«Tk i^ciuda handling all mali, sanich- 

LOST: TERRIER-CROSS DOG IN proxJmatalv four hours par day. can ba comolah^ln atdy ^dngi to*ra rallaf. Gaatetnar and Pho- 
Cordova Bay area, answors to •°"'5 

Rebbi. 4SP-I00P. i train you. Musi ba wall groomadifor othar activltlas. For mora In- typing of forma and tetters and 

■—r-r—::— . ■ lond antev working with tha publk. .formation and placing your appli-. comdata updating of ail fltes. No 

QUADRA RECREATION CENTRE LOST: GIRL^ BLUE WATCH.|job ontaM calling door te door in-:catlon call Mr. Rastail at tha Col^lcxporteiKg oacassarv. wWtlng -* 
UR Qubdra at Pandora I camar^ Pa^ Monday avanlng.; introducing our aarvka. thara te no' nist Clrcufatton Oapartmant, Tate- arv ISU monthly. Raauma 

3iMWl iRaward. 392-9572. ! product to tall. This te. a parma- phona 30-4111. It's first coma first 


darson aroa. Monthly proftts w-,- 
■ ' ponding on siza of routa ranga j FfiR*V- _ 

OPPORTUNITY from ^ to SIR P month fgr gnl 


p.m. 


. work. 395-Bff 


dm 90^, rpbdy 


YOUffO MAN 
hard honasi 
479 2479. 


EAGER TO DO 


TAU. grass cut, back YARD 
amrvpcantws. ^-1744. 4R-4S4S. 



BAM>S. M178IGIAN8 
ft«d OBOHESTBA 8 


H ill Rantite — Dandng, Mpa tinga 
IB COMIIfO EVENTS 
and MEETINGS 


'nant poalfion, anioi^a and ra-.ptrvad. 


availabia to 


CLASSIFIED 
ADVERTISING 
COPY DEADLINES 

RBOULAE CLASSIFIED advar- 

tipng may ba placad In Tha Daily 
Ceienlsf up te 3 p.m. tha day 
prior te publication and in tha 
Victoria Timas up te 4:(i0 p.i 
aav prior la publication. 

SBMI-OISFLAY tdvartislnf msv 
ba placad In Tha Dally Colonist 

up to 12 noon tha dav prior to ... •*!-«-* 

ogbiicition and In tha Victoria i 

rim#» UP te 4 p.m, tha dav prior t«I?iJ?*®* 

te eubiicailen.' 


103 MiKtllanaous Wanted 
109 Miscaliinaous te Rant 
77 Molorcyclas 
70 Musical Insfrumants 
125 Fats and Suppites 
94 Rangas. Stevaa and Purnacas 
92 Sporting Goods 
IIS Swaps 
43 Timbor 

9t TV.^taroo. Ridte Solos 
ond Sorvko 

112 Wantod te Ront, Mlscoilonoeui 
114 Coins ond Stsmpo 

AUTOMOTIVE 


CLASSIFIED 

SERVICE 

FOR 

DUNCAN 

COWICHAN 

VALLEY 


Towing 
la Compgrs. Trallors and 
Motor Homos 

lU Cars and Trucka Wontad 
130 Cars ter Sale 
)SI Sports, Import Cars 
141 Laasa Vaniclas 
169 Moblla Horrtes and Parks 
149 New Car Diractery 
140 Parts. Accasserias 
134 Tires 

134 Trucks. Buaaa and Varw 
IS4 U-Oriva and Aute Washing 

ACCOMMODATION 

113 Convalascsnt and Reat Heme 


AND CHEMAINUSI'raSSI*. 

171 Summer HemtA Coftaaas 

Cteaelfted Ads phoned In to aur 
Ouncon offica batore 3:R o.m. 
will aapaar In tha tellowinf day'i 
MMTA 


746-6181 


TIRMI OP PUBLICATION 


RENTAL 

201 Apartnvanta te Rant, Pufnl^ 
200 Apartmanta to Rant, 

ynturinlahad 

202 Furniture to Rant 
M3 Apartment* Wanted 
304 Duplexes te Rant 


•mount OflicM to Roof 


the liability of Victoria Prats Ltd 
mail net txetod tha charga ter tha 
space actually occupied by the 
tiom In quostten. 

All claims on error In bubilea- 
Men shell bo mad# within 12 hours 
iharooftar end H not mode shell 
rwi bo considorad. No claim will 
ba ailewad ter mora than ont in- 
corract insertion not for errors not 
•Hacting tha value of advartlaa- 

"’aii astlmataa of coat art approx- 
Imato. Advartlsart will ba charged 
with space actually uaad. 

All advertising copy will ^ sub- 
tect to the opproval of tha Victoria 
Press Ltd., who rosarvo the right 
in it* Mia discretion to cUwifv* 
rvioct or insert copy furnished. , 
All advartlsomonH must comply 
with tha British Columbia Human 
- • • \ct. Tl • * ..- 


_ japlM Roe .. - 

311 Houses to Rent, Furnished 
210 Houses to Rant. Unfurnished 
212 Houses Wanted to Rant 

190 Room and Board 

191 Room and Board Wantad 

193 Rooms te Ront 

194 Rooms Wanted 

204 Shared Accommodottens 

FINANCIAL -.v 

133 Automobila Financing and 
Insurance 

233 Mertgaga Loans and Inaurancs 

234 Mertgagas ter Salt 

230 Personal Leant ond Insuranca 

235 Wantor te Borrow 


RIAL ESTATE 

3M Acraag# ter Salt ond Wantod 
240 Busirwss Opoortunltlos 

-.•.j. R.- ?fl Bus!nos 4 Ooportunltloa Wonted 

Rights Act. this oct Fates no ad- commarcial or industrial 

veftlaamant may stela or Imply a propartias 

arateranca. 35* Condominiums and 

tion on ttte ^sis Townhouias 

race, raligkm, '"•[’5?' 253 Country Homes and Propartias 

atatus. ancestry, ptece or ortei^ Exchange Real Eifate 

P*''"'* 'O'" wanted 

relates to malnlMO«t of o^ Garages for Solo. Ront. 
lie decency *> 5 . wanted 

has OMn obtained through tha island Properties 

Human Rights Branch)^ 230 Housas ter Salt 

245 Houses wantad to Mjv 
295 Listings Cancallae 


will 


While every tndaavpr 
made te forward rapllas to box 
numbari te the advartlMr as ^ 
at possibit, wt accapt no liability 
in respect of loss Ji ' 

laead to ariM through erfthar tell- 
ura or dalav In 

rapltaa. hovrovar cbusad. whether 
bv nagllga nca or otharwiM . 

NOTICE 

OF COPYRIGHT 

PuH eamplata and sol a copyr ight 
In any advartlsamant .pr«^»i2!5 
victoria Prats .L td. U 
and batengs te, Victoria Prasa Ltd.. 
DfovlM, howavar. 

IN THAT PART AND THAT 
PART ONLY of any such advar- 

tiiSim ciiteit»|tte®^ 

berdara. signaturoa or similar 
?SS 5 nWs whlch^lA or tra, ^ 
wiled te Victoria Press Ltd. by the 
advartlaar In tha term of raoro- 
rtuctlon proofs, valot^ 

»tc.. and incorporated In said a^ 
vartisamaot shall ramoin In and 
Mena to the advartiBar. 


BUSINESS 
OFFICE HOURS 

Monday to Friday 
8;30 am. to 5 p m. 


271 Lots ter Sola 
394 Mainland and Out-of-Province 
Properties 

273 Property for Sale 

274 Property Wantad 
244 Revenue Property 

243 Ravenua Propartlaa Wanted 
293 UP-island Properties 
234 Waterfront Propotlloo 
300 Churches 

SUBSCRIPTION 

RATES 

Wharovar carrlar aarvica Is 

moirttainad. 94.00 oar month. 

By mail — Vancouver Island 
and Gulf Islands, 9S.00 oar month. 
914.90 par 2 months, 129.00 par 4 
months, 953.00 par year. Rest of 
Canada, S4.00 par month, 917.30 
par 3 month!. $34.00 par 4 months, 
964.00 par yaar. ^ , 

Outsidt Canada, 914.00 par) 

nnonth, 1192,00 par year. I 

BY MAIL 

Saturday Timas Onlv 
• f Sundsv ColonlF Only 

Canada, 30 cants par copy. $25 00 
par year. 

Outsida Canada. 7S cant* per 
copy, 137.30 par ytar 


ATHLETICS . 

BINGO 

WEDNESDAY 

Vic Curling Club 
EARLY GAMES 
7:00 P.M. 
REGULAR GAMES 
7:30 P.M. 

5 EXTRA GAMES 

10 GAMES 

SI 

3 GAMES 

SI 

1 GAME 

S410 

OVER 

S31 

IN PRIZES 
L AST WEEK 

smo sioo' 

EVERY GAME 
SI 

BASEBALL 

BINGO 

TUESDAY 

VICTORIA 
CURLING CLUB 

1932 Quadra Street 

EARLY BIRD 
7 P.M. 

30 GAMES 
SlOO 

OR MORE 


I iffl^ Wdor^ttr^awM^ **’*'^- ♦«* appoint- 

I k4hte! 479^w1 ™ : m«nt r*ll AM« Patm«r. 4<U tsai 

I LOST AT WOODWARD! 

tan walltl with 
{card*. 3I2-II7A 


arv $51. ..- 

Quirad In writing, Victoria Prat 
Box 453. 


jmant, call Mrs. Palmar, 4391341 AipC V^Vt I OPAHY 
_Ifrom 11 to 4 p.m. only plaasa. , r\l\T. J\J\J 7 \C/\UT 

I STARTING IN MID-SEPTEMBER,' important Step* Mvli^s grid mertobgo 

loan incanon ^ require tevlngcara tor four-, that will lead to financial o small but growing o 


asns 


pan-TiTTw, ereevr 

IRlii.'ISc.aS 

•need In ipungoa. 


EXFEItlENCEO DRU)MMER. 
i aotka full or pgrt-timo. atogdy 

brushes. Exportencod ... ___ 

dining rooms, 1 vobr on crulM 
' Aim. Frofar middle it tha road te 
I acm. No troviel off lalgiid, phono 
Al, 47»C234. _ 

I GUITARIST WANTED, ABLE TO 

; May all typos of musk, centlntn- 
tai. European and rock. Phono 

\ John m^32. _ 

Wo arg Iwklng ^ OiteatiancgdSwANTED DESPERATELY 
Mteam^ te Mx)n M «ir Raaldofv conge player or lounge drummer. 

Hal Salas 6 apt. Luxurloue new of- pmxm gr^m - 

f>u, axcallanf, group Ingurancti 

Plan, ■---* - ' 


LOOKING POR A HOME? 




Ian, lullr •a«M«3*SHks. I KSYSdMtD PLAYEK ANDOR 

--table chain, prtygtg pfiona oyrtafltt raqirirad^ter band. Monti, 

and many omtr baMrte. If vouIItMNS. 


. ... . r» 

sllvar rifte, ownar's name insida. on wadnaadays. Frtftr care In our;-I • - 

• - - • A.—*,, |M,« I •* 


vaar-old girl, - 
LOST: BEACON HILL PARK, 12:» p.m. to 4:J 


FIDELITY TRUST CO. RE- , 
oulras an accountant te aasuma re- . 

aponalMllty for adminlatratlen of . ^ tKinkiiM o}'a chp^'aii" .- 

■ »1LuSas wfca OR I "OCK ^” 2 ”EEDS 

__ .. ^ . .. . offica In Vie- 992-2199 RaaldarKt •tectfK Plano player. 39^Dno. 

teria. AppHcant should have some ^-wzzise naaMonct- 


Richard Conant. 3934279. 


North Gordon Head home, but will,' 


—tt;: TP®**^*^ ^ mean 510.000415.000 or 3904179. 

CHILDS HEARING AID . Head area OT tha wadra-Tattorsal' 

jjfi 


'LOST; _ _ _ . , 

1 at WittYs Beach. 393-9445 after 3 

FOUND CAMERA, LAMFSON ST. 
Claim, pay for ad. 394-5402. _ 

21 IIEIJ» WANTED 
GENERAL 


SaTary negotlabla but 


salM opportunity which!"? JAOi MEARS 

----(K'n*.'!"’ »IM“ «" OAK BAY REALTY LTD. 

Ha* ooanlngs for 5 Mias 


SI 


PRE-RECORDED 

MUSIC 


...... __ SSImorr your first year. Ex-Ipental PtecEmoNiST «a I 

wish to hava only sincere and rail- • rwHwnt tratninp nrfvzram for PiMMnt modem ottka away 
able aoolicante respond pl*a*a. iTHining program lor.ertv rat race. Hours 2-4 P.m., Mon- 


HAIR STYLIST NEEDED FOR ' 


„ .. . iCHv rat race. Hour* 2-4 P.n^. • 

the right person. Call for ap-1 day lo Thuraday; 9:30-4:», Fri-, 
day. Wa raqulra a mature raspen- 


ADVERTISEMENTS IN 
Tins CLASSIFICATION 
aMCST CO^^PLY WITH 
THE 

BRITISH COLUMBIA 
HUMAN RIGHTS ACT 


Don CemenUi 
754-6661 

An Equal Opportunity 
Company M-F 

.NEEDED 

■ Exceptional Opportunity tachnijan; anargatk^ parson with ■ 

M-Ti f v/MT rtA-Dx? somt alactrkal and machankai' ^ .,.,AAAAie,. 

I WILL YOU EARN : know-how. Previous verteing expt -1 pttecHv# Far^s^ 

1 115403 to $20400 this veer, end rianct not esaentigl but a salt- p**vee^ld boy. Ha muet ba f 
more In future vaara? ' starter that has a sense of raipon-1 vwngast, 

vmi racaisien and Inflation alee stbillfv would ba a real asaet. ^r-' ^ 

you from getting the things you menent emplevment. All fringe i SppcIoi Rotes 
want In Ufa. If so, Iniarnetlonal ■ Wfteflts, vtKhlcia >wPOlled. Loca -1 
company In 30th year of growth-lion Victoria. Raoly te Victoria. 

needs fhraa sales raprsaentatlvaa Pf***- Bex 441._■ 

In this eree. 


new modem shop, loctled at Shel- 
' bourne end Coder Hill Cross Road. 

All operators will ba offtrad tha 
latest technieuas by FIvot Foint 
International each month plus ail, 
the bast tnd latast aeulpmant 
svallaMa to work wHth. M Intarost- 
ed, Pteaaa phona Richard or Don 
at Drasslna' Room. All calls con- 
ifidanttal. ^-3232 or 477-9449 eva- 
nlngs. 

iV/ANTEO VENDING MACHINE, 
tachnidan; anargatk parson with ■ 
some alectrkal and mechankei' ^ , 

; know-how. Previous vohdlng •»•-1 


Itienitt skills. Experienced appri-| 
cants piasea send resume te J B J, 
AAsnegement Ltd., 4111 Patrkle i 
, Bay High way, Vkte rla, V9Y 1T3. ! 

TYPIST CLERK 

-> Accurate typlsf, minimum 30 
words par minute, vHth beokkaap- 
, ing knowladgt raeulrad tor invaat- 
, mant and mortgaga effkt. Varied 
I dutlaa, Includine aema recaption 
work. Reply In wrltlna stating tx- 
i porlenct. Victo ria Praa s Bex 4S3. 

. ! FIRM OF~c 6 NSUiSTNO ENGI- 
■ 1 noof* raqulras secretary for thdr 
'• I Water Raaourcet and AAunkipal 
divisiona by August 1M. Send ra- 
I suma stating quailtkettens. exparl- 
ance and satery axpactad to Vk- 
toris Fraaa Bex 447, 


ortpamd'^ior^aiV^occceaieoe 

US ^, £!?■, r»c«p"»««»3 «a5ki. 

Eslite tha rewarding Idea they iWAYNE'S MUSIC FOR ALL DC 
feel It shoud bt. Being 100% jcaslons. raasenablt ratts. Fhono 
locellv owned and oparatad, , 4te-493S. 
carrying a name second te 

none In tha Induatry, perfectly LLOYD S MUSIC, FOR fVERV- 


locatad and with a crou Cana¬ 
da- referral system wa teal wa 
hava a lot to offer. Wa expect 
e full time dedketad ^ort 
and we are prepa r ed to give 
the soma ourselves. Laern to 
work ond have fun delne It. 
For e personal confktentiai in¬ 
terview Call: JACK MEARS, 
F.R.I.R.I. (B.C.) 399-3321. 

JACK MEARS 
OAK BAY REALTY LTD. 


one. 4344414. 


DENNY'S CANNED MUSIC CO. 
. 4S4-3MS 


BUSINESS SERVTfXS 
and DIRECTORY 


Accoanttnc Sarvlca 


ARE YOi: 

— SPorts minded 

— 19 vaer* et age or ever 

— Aggressive 

— Ambitlou* 

In good health 

High School graduate or 

bmar 

Bondabie with goad 
ancas 

IK YOU QUALn-Y 
YOU WILL BE 
GUARANTEED; 

— 2 weak* axpan*a paid 
training 

Unlimited atfvgneamant 
tv no 
venca 

a* your __ _ . . 

today to Insura tomorrow, 
new for eppointmant and 
sonal Inforvlow. 


PERSON WITH TRAINING TO 
work part-time with mantelly han¬ 
dicapped adults In rocraatlenal 
and occupational and self cart ac- 
tiviiifs in small Duncan home. 
Write vrith resume end safary ra- 
eulremants to Victoria Prau Box { 


598-5121 


WANTED! 

3 full time 
3 part time 
SI par hour full time 
$4 per hour part time 


BOOKKEEPING AND OFFICE 
menagament part-tima for ameli 
busInas^^^^U^^^curate. raa- 

AppUanoc Repmlrs 

APPLIANCE REPAIRS, WASH- 
on, dryer, atovas. raaaonabla 


' ^ofasaionai” machina 'and "ba ilwa AAuat ba naiat ipi ap^mi^ and ,i;f% 
to work from fait dktallon. Fra- n>o*i hava car. Wa hire student* 3944343 anytinte. 


farabtv Gordon Head. Rapilaa Vlc- 


6». 

COUFLE WANTED; EXFCRI- 
encad In cooking and housawork 
for three adults In country home 
naar Victoria. LJva In comfortabla, 
separata coHaga. 

5-day weak, good —— • - -,. 

erKas aasantial. Please taiepnixta the following poaHiens 
654-&30, evenings batwaan 7 ond 9. ■ Chambermaid. 


tfetumen 


385-4464 


WHAT ARE 
YOU WAITING FOR? 


ASSISTANT FOR A30BILE 
canned music company, waokand . 
work. AMist have own transport. 

■rfuanrmmTit I ?*** •»><» •• Praptrad 

^ te hteva aqolomant. Enthusteam ■ 

tep tefity. Opg^ unitY te K- asiantlal. Awly in writing te Vtc- 


RECEPTIONIST TYPIST RE- 
qulrad for plaaMnt downtown of¬ 
fice. <«ood appaaranca, minimum 
of three voars office axparianca 
and typing spaed of 49 wwk WFM 

assantlal. $400-1425. 394U7S*._jAra you ambitlou*? 

,».™. ,€XPERIENCED TELLE* *E- oj’2I.*’2LS 

'•'SSSf: for SLiTXiieSI S- 7m 

^nxing axparianca If tha abova Is what you WANT 

Call 3 B 5 . 4444 . 


Retail salts. 

Advertising salsa. 

Matron. 

Alarm inataHors. 

Call today 399-4342 , 9 a.m.-9 p.n 

No. 7 2020 Douglas St. 3 S 6 -te 7 i. 

I>HARJVIACaST-MANAGER 

lorla Law offica. *• - - 


LEGAL SECRETARY REQUtREO, 

.for ploosant downtown offica. most | ^ ^ 

,wj~, STOP READfN'G 


salary te 9990. 


If you're not Irdaraatad In making 
money, plaaaa don't call. 


. Shorthand an ad- 


Central Vancouver Is- vantage, but not nacaaaary. Fiaasa «• 
reply to Mrs. Halley, ** 


Den Clamonte 
754-444t 
An Equal 

Oeeortunitv Company 


AVON 


Call LOCAL OFFICE -QUIFMENT . 
par-. firm raqulrat axpariancaid sarvlca locaton 
parson, $40(U1.600 starting aaterv i^nd 
dapandlng on axparianca. Car allow- 
anca. Typewriter and copier axpa- Qualifications — 3 ar mere years' EXPERIENCED DENTAL ASSIS- 
rttnea a definite asset. Victoria axparianca fpnt for part-tima, approx. 30 

Pres*. Box ttL_ I hours par weak. Reply stating age. 

factors and fire axtingulihan, motivated. 

AppIv to yictorl* Fra*. BOX 441 


474-2148 

TEAOnERS 


part-tima. Minimum invasi 
manl. Sand resume te Vktoria 
press Box 494. 


EXPERIENCED CONVEYANC- 
: inq sacratary ra^r^, sblitty te 
raiuma .-nd- axp^ri- [ r?tery*^?a^tUW^ itffOll*' 


DUNCAN 

EARN EXTRA MONEY 

cant# ciaas. knoviiadg'f'of''^brle One lyw per davom tarn you up 


IToke advantaae of experienced oil delivery 
I I Ufsc LJUvuiMuyc VJI required for local dall- 

91 veors or se ino varies. Piaasa give axearianc#, 11 - 

y I yeufb l»i aciiiny knowiadga of Vktorls - . -- 

ravn^rionr^ mnH mnkp •9*- >*tely to P. O. Box 247, te $40.00 por month. Hours won't 

experience ana maiLe Vlct^. . _ mtarfara with s cIxxM work ar other 

j top 1$'$ on your own {bank of Montreal re 1 to?* fwn^*aoS*a?tarnoon rwhS! 

4 . 1 ^.-. I'll ^U^A. ^,1 call 7444191 dav* or 744-7229 avan- 

'time. I II show yOUih4va 2-3 year* Bank of Montreal>nlng*. 

'how. Call Miss 
jder, 384-7345. 


PERSON WITH APTITUDE FOR. 
business mochinas and offka ere-' 
cadurts. Apply In writing to P.O.. 
Box 1293. I 


ADVERTISEMENTS IN 
Tins CLASSIFICATIOjN 
MUST CDMPLY WITH 
THE 

BRITISH COLUMBI.^ 
m^MAN RIGHTS ACT 

School District 85 

VANCOUVI^R island NORTH 


Intarvlaw only DRYER. RANGE, 

dishwasher repair at tho rneat raa- 
s onobla rates In town. 39S-2177. 

AppraltalB 

" "iNDEPENDEINT 
REAL ESTATE 
APPRAISALS 

Feaiibility studies, coun¬ 
selling. Real Estate Sen-ice 
Centre. 1001 Cloverdale Ave. 
388-6181 

P. G. JACKSON UMITED” 

All Types of Real Estate 
Appraisal anywhere on 
Vancouva' Island 
<35 — 1070 Deugiaa Street 399-910S 
REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL 
Land Use FaiMbiilty Studies 
H. Greoa 479-2314 Magnus Raalfv 

Architecture 

ARE YOU AN INDIVIDUAL? INS- 
cipa designs homes for you. 
39B^. 


Bricklnyers 


rkklavl 

■undatle 


lens, carpantars. 39144t3. 


i/~ II Si- 0 -— lur cell now and gat ttrst chance at 

Coll Miss ttin-iv**®" Itepcji^ alx #m- tha bast most profitable routes. 

' pioyooa. Call 394-fOil. I- ■ ^ . ' '' 

--rrm, Wantad man and vrMa team, era- 

SALESiftnibly ax-aarvico with authorltY 
rapraaantativaa. for compact home abIHiv to managa largo apptet- 
care products to oovtr the eree of ment buMdIng. 

Oraafar Victoria, ear ntctsslfy. i wife te let and collect rant. 

For eppointmant. call 47M202. I Husband. Knowiadga of alactrkal, 

ISi" ESmS'chiiTJw in EXPERIENCED C E « T ^ I E D' 

pregraasiva offka ter parson with ^»H4 raouirad f^ busy . i^h resume to Ascot Hoid- 

sacratsrlal. bookkaaelng, p.R. •••••• *?■'!■ inos'^Ltd. 535 Yates St. Victoria. 

B?C. 


EXPERtENCED NM 
tor wantad ter law firm, legal ox- tion 


parlance aaaantteL 395-1411. 


OraRA-'is,,^ - __ CHIMNEY. FIREPt-AC€S, BRICK 


EXPERIENCED LEGAL STE- 
nographar, raoulrad for Saankh 
law office. Phona 994-4113. 


SHOWBIZ! 

, Office manager rewired Immadl- 


8 KILLCD TRADES 


imywww. P.R. dentil office. Piaasa raoly In writ- 

skills, aitearlanca in antartalnmant ing to Victoria Pra» Box 439 slat- 
fiald an asset. Apply oi^ In writ- Inc Qualifications. 

■ " salary to Allan i ' 


ADVERTISEMENTS IN 
THIS CLAS.SIFICATION 
MUST COMPLY WITH 
THE 

BRITISH COLL^IA 
HtrslAN RIGHT.S ACT 


UPHOLSTER. 


Friary Open Education ags4034. 


School — Atert, B.C 


CaMnet MaUag 


Applicqnt Aiust hava; | 

1) Knowiadga of and ability to i _. \*<rv\fs*Mrtp^iwr 

work with materials for visual GARDEN CI-^W^DMORION^ 
mator and fiarramuat Mill train-1 KITCHEN AND BATHROOMS 
mw ana parcapruw siciii Train | REMODELLED. 

2 ) Daaira and proven abliltv te I quality workaaanshIP 
work with a team of 5 taachora. l GEORGE COULTAS 4te- 

3) Exporlancad In working with '- 77 -y ". 
chlidran with a wide ranga of iCUS.TOM 
praporadness. 


4730 


_ BUILT CABINETS. 

vanitlas and commardal flxturaa. 
I Phona 452-1909, avaninga 479-0079. 


Carpenterg 


non-drinkars. ... , . 

___ _ downtovm Fd., W. Vancouver or 1I2-922-0639. 

brVnch ter an axparlanced parson bcquipc 
ito assume a parmanant part tima —. 

tailar-customar position. Expari 


hLratirad Indian Children, 
rltnca In 3) Wltllngnau te give an axtraer- 

-- ----mTtti 


..... stating salary to Allan -TITS—ST??- pxpppi FEOUIRED FOR NEW APART-- PART TINVE 

Houghton intarnaiional Attrsetions i c.r«uk»r vie building, mature couple to | Ideal tef. ftetir^ .. 

Ltd 1109 Langley. ?,C.u llva-in. Parmanant position. Outta* parson. Must have axparltnce - - . . 

- -- 2 -Z- incte^^ repair work and ganaral furnitura boat cuthlona and boat dinary time-work committment 

j SCOTIA BANK * ciaanlno and maintananca. No chll- canvas work. Materials most tools ^ ^ 

'Has an noanlns at a downtown Rd., w. Vancouver or Il7-y22-063l. Fxaarlanca an land work soaca erevidad in our 1 Piaasa sand Information on train- 

- - —. _ . , _ - . ___ backor——■ -*'• 

-.DtetrlrtTu 

....... __ __ _ mo,-, -ODIV r^«Tr>iia moToi mfnlm. Of SUCSKVlSlOn. ROPlV VlC- 

5 m^" "W"' fully experienced custom""’" 

v»4 vicrerta. -..,114-9122. : drauarv SMmstrasi. used to all__ __... 

REGISTERED 


Factors vrhkh would be considorad 

assets; | 

1) Eitearlancad living In small Iso- CEf~US’ HELP “Vou FLAN 
lated community. your naxt renovation or new homa 

2} Exparlanca working wtth Native at no cost. Cheerful, axparlanced 
workers, moelarate rata* and ax- 
callant racommandatlens Lan 
Grover. 479-7474 or 394-0912. 


PART TIME HELP assat. Raterancas required. Phona plant. Located north of SWnav. 
- cn-T,Mrm,ld «o,k In -nail batwaw M AMnd,. to »y« ",.,"1, ty.twrk »lin. 

motel. Apply Estrella Motel. 360 Friday. 

East, - - ;—337 

— - I • ; dupery saamstrtss. used to ail REGISTERED RADIOLOGY 

0UT60JNG. FRjEWLY^WOl^J^ IwantIeD • - 


i drapery saamstrass. used to all REGISTERED RADIOLOGY .FRENCH TEACHER 

_ .TTORPRici^ — OFFICE FouiP. commarclal powar machlna*. largf REGISTERED 'School District No. 14 (Soothsrn 

required for care of good naturad . mant technician KnowlaMa^ of bright workroom, pleasant working RADIOLOGY TECHNICIAN ; Okanagan) requires a bilingual 
fivt-m^h baby girl. • a.m. to 4 •lactrontcs helpful ^1 City co^ltlons, all company benefits, i Victoria General Hoa^tal. Invites : French taachar to teach partly at 
o.m. daily — our homa. starting gagipmanc Kiftes Re. Phone AMs. Fraaborn, 314-2411. 'applications fr^ radW^y t^- 'tha tacondarv and partly at tha ai- 

c—AHi Aiwa rafaf.' ^ .7. *' *' ^'”v* ’"*■., , ,, . .. — -i-:—. i-a..—*—i i- ——,aaaa« amantarv teval In OUvar, B.C. 

Pibasa Indkata other subiacts you 
are comgatent In to tebch at tha 
sacondarv laval. Reply Immodlalt- 
Iv, setting forth qualifications and 
axparianca te the District Suparin- 
tendant of Schools, Box 280, OUvar, 
B.C., VOH ITO. Pho^ 499-3491. 


__ ....... not JUST QUALITY WORK, 

jround and raterancas lo: t prompt sarvlca and axcallant raf- 
_ - . juperintandant of Schools, larancas. but at only $9.00, an hour 
Box 90. Port Hardy, B.C., VON 2P0. or fraa estimates. Call Philip. 


^ttm^ 4fh. Plaaaa give rater- ^ ;^ 3 m 
lances and salary axoaclad. Reply 
Vktoria Praaa Bex 4 45. _; 

EXPERIENCED BAKER ^Tp.t^ny handicaooad adults. Lioht onceo porTTima Taiiar 
, toM*yirk*l«eIIteni fwwtekaaolng required during sh?ft.; rallat. Apply In parson, 

i5'SKiRisrL^rwi7ii 

i plaw phona us at 4 p.m. 39M051. ’ DINNER COOK REOUIRED AT mete banatits. To start Immbdlate- 


CANAD1AN IMPERIAL BANK OF i^tlma*^w2k«*da"fli^arTrte 


:PULL TIME NIGHT PERSON, 

.for email OutKan home for man- liAiLi-wiWTricar, vicrorio «««naroi r 

tally haitelcappod adults. Light •[*c^ ^ hoUdav FalrtteW Rd., V9V 3B4. 


■the Ga^a Inn at Quallcum|work on salt spring isiano. rnon# ly Contact E 
Beach; Fiaasa cgll.. e 9 jlt et_to. John ' S37-2011 . after 4 P.m. _ Works, 112-74WU 


PAUL'S RESTAURANT'S LTD. 

lkS^iY^’S''DSS.|i^i«;L'sj'’*si;,™^^ good health *<: _ 

las St., batwaan 2-3 p.m. only. ivaarroona DO*mon^_ -wantad te moMoa small U wha EXPERIENCED SHINGLE SAW- 

STRONG WOMAN. 9:00 A.M.-?0:00 .•Mi’fmant In Esquimalt. **<**':^ar. wanted .at .CampbaU River. 


Nanaimo 
I LiK* Cewichan 


744-4111 

7S3-2744 

749-3154 


PARISH 
BINGO 

Parish Hall, Langford 
T98 GOIJ^STREAM AVE, 
TUESDAY - 8 P.M. 

15 Game!) 

Free Admission. 5c Card 
Minimum Prize $25 
l9t and 7th Game- $30 
ONE Final Game 
FTJLLCARD 
$150 Prize 


R®^'*®S'a.m.r'rd*ys''par’'wiak.'N*a>'0aki9 te 5. 

I ®*Y High. 5t*ta wooes. r*far*nc*9 ' in housfkffpfr want-'''”*’’ rrooucr*. rnona, 

(aoulpmant. 393-4090 for reaulr^. Reply Victoria Pres* Box 112-297-2294, awanlng*. 92S4lil 


Contact Justin Maakar at Ocean 
Cfdar . Product*. Phone, days. 


I mant. 


ad immadiataiy for aldarlv gantla- 

—__ _ ___ ._. man. Rafaraneas required. 

NIGHT AUDITOR FOR MODERN 477-3444. _ 


LANGLEY IN 
DISPUTE 


CARPENTER WILL DO ALL 
types of work. Framing, finishing, 
sundacks, tdditions, paties, rsason- 
abia rates. All work gubrsntaad, 
free astlmate*. 39H0lt. 

30' YEARS EXPERIENCE IN 
carpentry. Framing, finishing, rtn- 
evgtlons. repairs. Fraa aaflmates. 
By fh# hour or contras. 444-I974. 


VERSATILE HOME MA1N- 
tainar, carpentry, ranovattons, 
cabinets, painting, oaparlng. Quali¬ 
ty work. Mam, »S30W._ 

ADDITIONS. RENOVATIONS, 
home improvamants, aun^ks, 
etntral contracting. Ron Camp- 
ball, 477-9354. 


WANTED: EXPERIENCED 

nairdrassar. willing to team man's 
hair styling In busy unisex shoo. 
477-9912 for Intarvlaw. 


PHONE 

DIRECT 

386-2121 

TO 

PL>>CE 

YOUR 

CLASSIFIED 

ADVERTISEMENT 


United Ststat Rapra a swtitiva* i 
LANDON ASSOCIATES INC, ' 
New York, Chkaoe, Southfield,, 
Atlanta, Boston. San Francisco. 
Los Anoala*, Philadalohls, Rb^- 
astar, Ctavaiand. Chartetta, Cin¬ 
cinnati, Syrtcusa. Hamburg, Wii- 
I liamstown, Clinton. Mampmi. 
Lavittown, Raleigh. 


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FOR AM, PAPERS 
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PHONE SB2-7:i1. 
IX>CAL ni 


16 i ATERING, BANQUETS 
and RECEPTION ROOMS 


BAKER . _ . ___ 

Experienced bread and pastry 1‘ote! J'*d'*J*’*d, NCR axparianca a»- 
takar wantad. Piaasa reply to Box 'iL 

3219 CMrtanay, B.C. Coachman inn, 229 Gorge Road 

WANTEDrREUABLT RaVysTT- uu t...., "d 

far. Preferably wlfh child for girl .. _ 

jr.mSlTn'! 

_ ■ ■- L— ^ Work your hours, do • 9 <^ '“■* 

EXPERIENCED JANITOR FDR bnd ba reasonable. 477-0029. 

Du^H, Mv, lr»«w- AFFEiTrONATE FERSON EXPERIENCED HOUSEKEEPER 

is'-Ts,,.**'-'•”«« »5Sir”' '•*' 

FULL AND PART TIME EXPE- day-FWlv. Starting Augusi 
riancad caifMar for grocery store. 395-2475 or S92-4343. 

479-0215, 7-9 P.m 


? UUNDECKS. CARPORTS, 

te dispute ^ the B.C. Taachy* rumpus room*, ganaral rapalrs. 
Fadaratlon. PossIMa applicant* for Free astlmatas. 477-9543. 

supervisory position* in S.O. 3$-- ■ - i . — 

T.v. TECHNICIAN ar* Strongly advisad to contact the CONSCIENTIOUS HOME IM- 

Raguirad immadiatalv, Cify Canter B.C. Teachers Facfaratlon, 105-323s;prov*rs. problems? Large 


T.V., 477-4971. 


V4J small. Call 3B3-3490. 


SALES PERSONS 
Mnd AC*F,NTS 


area. 479-0970, after i 


__ CLEANER WITH SOME EXPERI- Plww 


EXPERIENCED LEGAL SECRE 
tarv required. Salary negotiable. 
- T 3i*-7M1. 


.'DVI.II^ISKML.NTS IN 

nci.s aAssiricATioN 

.Mi sr CX)MPLY WTTH 
THE 

RrkTTISn COT MBU 
HI MAN RIGHTS ACT 


GEORGE'S BAVARIAN 
BANQUET FACELITIES 
1021 Pandora 383-7121 j t'ton'hqs n^’bee n 


CObx REQUIRED FOR THE I »ll{ Mj" Rxan, CIMFlli MATURE PERSON FOR CHAAk- r. ^ i , A A Hr- 

Oak Bay Baach Hotel, for furthar f'®®* bafween t;30 barmaid work in motel, Vtew A\J'C 

detads contact Chef. 599-5232. a.m..i 2 : 00 ._^ SVyal-Coiwood area. 479 - 2761 . DV.yvJr\/V\AMN J 


lad. 


INTERNATIONAL CUISINE 
3 DINING ROOMS AVAILABLE 
SMALL OR LARGE PARTI^ 
UP TO 150 SEATING CAPAcTtY 
entertainment 
AVAILABLE ON REQUEST 


VICTORIA PRESS, 

Thank you for applv' 

- ■ - • fill _ 

RELIABLE BABYSITTER FOR 4-1 
week-old baby, my'home, Eaqui-' 

malt. 393-2277. _j _ 

BABYSiTTER * IN ; 0^'baf em'iteon.’ 


{cocktail waiter, waitress uaibctvlISTS REOUINED BY 
r.y*' ,5* young .citen-, StelSS. GtiJw, 4M y(Jt Sti»Ml. 

apply In parson or phona 399-9SIS. 


OAK BAY 


WANTED; MODELS FOR SCULP- „ 

-.I*"*' Jl®,.*. ••L fFeoular, 


$35). Phone 394-7444, after 5 P.m 


RELIABLE _ -., _ 

PRESSER FOR 

I Night* and day*. 474-1955. , part-llfTW reitef wwk, 3 dav* 


Branch Office 

HAIRDRESSER WANTED. PART- •(Poft *nd*^^I*Bay')^' 

♦' STILL HAS SEV«AL VACANT 
FOR 


\A/P \A/AMT VYV T AHATURE. loving BABYsVtTER Cteanar*. bar /WANAGER. must be suit- commrssion splits, CMtart: 

wt W/\lN I 'for occasional evenings for 2Vk Fourti^Streat, Sid<^. _ ^bte for young cilantaic. 319-4^ Jack’Boorman or Richard 


__ avaninga .. 

te hold your naxt banquet at our year old. Oak Bay. 599 4492. 


JEWELRY STDRE REQUIRES ROTORS. H m 

"oViuT S' 

''fs 


>6 PAKT TIME or 
TEMPORARY HELP 

.ADVERTISEMENTS IN 
THIS CLASSIFICATION 
MUST COMPLY WITH 
THE 

BRITISH CQLU^n5U 
HL'AUN RIGHTS ACT 

. DENNY'S CANNED MUSIC Co!' 

Continues te expand: Wa raquir* a i 
parsonabte and mature minded I 
Entartainar with Interests and mu-1 
skal knowiadga to operate protes 
Ilona! iterae bbulpmant. Disc 
Jockey expertenca, bnd 'Yen- 
Type'' transportation an asaet. 
Small invastmant raoulrad. Waak- 
and antploym^ with full time 
Possibllltlas. 654-3595._ 


and 


choke of sqvaral 


place. Victoria's nawatt banquaf' 


CASHIER HOSTESS,’ MATURE ^o hdiv through Friday. ♦•S. 


raim wiif wrt'voifi-Wdlliiiirl WANTED: EXPERIENCED P^fwn, QUALIFIED HAIRDRESSER, 

mSJtino Ci!m oim2rin?”or® w2X praasar. A{»lv In paraon, Vk- ‘^ter 4:30. at tha Peacock Rastau- wanted Immadiatalv. cltentelt not 

dte?>2i#rtl£.®Sn FXtely^l*®^** _ rant. Sidnev;_nacassary , 392-4949, 394:5931. _ 

21 .ALL Jha Information. Varied I e'xpBRiENCED CASHIER WITH ' SEAMSTRESS WANTED WITH EXPERIENCED APARTMENT 
uffriiV knowiadga of records, apoiv ; experlanc* in high clau lady'* and, rasidant manager roopl* 43 suites. 

*4 to, Mr. MIKB.I|l..p .Hh.aawF.n.W.7.7l. 

-ISITTE-R. MONDAY-FRIDAY, 9-5,' -I GOOD PLAIN COOK FOR SMALL 

SELL IT {Gorge Are a. Attar 4 P.m,. 39^0957. i 55*^Ri?NCHO^ (TOOK^FpR J2 j go**! homa, Jjy^Tn. 5994423. 


CO. 


FAST 

THROUGH 

CLASSIFIED 


I gu*»ts. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m'.,' 

OCCASSIONAL SITTER (30RGE thrao or lour days 
area. Phona after 4 p.m., 395 ^ 957 . 1 599-4330. _ 


QUALIFIED MARINE MECHANIC > Mrs. 
_ifor gas and repair*. 442-4511. ( — 

;SALEB ORIENTED PERSON I FRONT END MAN WANTED. eV-| EXPERIENCED’~blNING'' 
wanted ter TV ttor*. 4774972. paritnead. apply 2900 Douglas SI. ’ cook raquirad. 313-2531. 


.. _ Me Kan 

zte 

394-7531 Anvtima 
BOORMAN INVESTMENT 
LTD. 

11)1 GOVERNMENT ST. 

2045 CAO BOR O BAY RO 

CAREER ^ 

SALES POSITION 
Unlimited tamings, tem-yaar train¬ 
ing program. For Intarvlaw call 
Ca&n.- 


VICTORIA PRESS BOX 449. 
ROOM.Thank you ter aopiylno. Tha pesL 
I tion has new bean filled. 


SKILLED CARPENTER 
staful renovations, additions, i 


. HOUSE FRAMING AND GENER- 
I al carpentry, guaranteed quality 
workmanship. 5W-4343. 

GENERAL CARPENTRY, ADDI 
itions. rapalrs. sundacks. rec 
I room.* Fraa astlmate*. 479 - 9994 . 
CONTRACTS WANTED FOR 
' framing housas. Call laltnd Fram¬ 
ing at 453-3573^_ 


CterpeU pad LlaoleaiB 


HOURIGAN’S 


INDF^NDENT DISTRIBUTORS 
wnatad for new tin* of smoke d^ 
teeters end* fir* axtlraulshars. 
Hug* unlaopad market. Part-tima 
or lulMim*. MiBimum Invastmant. 
Sand rasum* to victoria Prau Box 
6S4. 


719 PANDORA AVE 


MATURE, AMBUTIOUS COUPLE 
lorlous about making M 9500 par 
month during thair nonpreductiv* 
heura. Ph^ Ste94n after i:X 
p.m. 


FULLY EXPERIENCED BAR- 
tandar ter cocktail lounga. Part- 
time lob. Jtopiv In oarsen Douglas 
Hotel. See Cathy, 10 till S._ 


CONVENIENCe STORE CLERK, 
friendly reiiabte, tour nlgl^ W 
p.m.-3 a.m. 479-9945. 


EXPERIENCED INSTALLER 
Carpets, lino. Fra* gsflmat*. 
4594070. 


carpets and lino 

- - —.r.- 


experienced in LAYfNG 
carpM a^ JJno, ^^rantead, raa- 


sonabia. 477-7194, a 


r S p.m. 


Oprpet Qepiili^ 


chesterfield SUITES, DRY 
cibanad at homa. dry Immadittelv. 
protesalonal work at 1973 prices 
DOUGLASS CARPET AND 
I UPHOLSTERY CLEANERS. For 
I fraa astlmatas call 992-9fl7. 


Classified - Victoria's Largest Proven Market Place—Where Your Articles Sell Faster! Cost Less to Sell — 386-2121 


































































































































































































































































26 Colonlit VSctorU. B.C» Tuesday, July 26. 1977 


BUSINESS SERVIOBS 
aad DIEECTOBY 

Cemeat OMtrsfrton 


BUSINESS SBBVKX9 
UMl DlBECrOBY 


CO. RONflMWiM OOd COfflfTMTClOl _ 
comon: nniaMM. Qufirhr Co 

rt«n»Mo iworontMdi^oll llll of •< 


. I BiMiftaal Ooatracton 


TOTIM INITALtATtONt 
CMl. .. 


AH hfPM of wIrlAo and ropoir*. 
For trot cofnootrHvi tstlmatto call 
477-441 or 450-5715 .dov or tva- 
n)no»._ 


antimataa. 510.4104. 
SIDtWALKSr 


DAY Oa EVENINO 
tlal. cemmarefal *■ 
aiTAiM* coiwr ‘ 


siDawALKa, PATioa. rktain* contract or 
(no Walla, ate. Praa aatimalaa. rataa, Robart 
3ll0-iN7 — NIatita 477-0500. Mtsiu anytt 


tardal or Indi^lai. iv 
or raaaonMM h^iy 
art 0. Hollar, 47»4Stt or 


DRIVEWAYS, RATIOS. SIDE- 
waltca. Oo^ wairkmananlp. Fraa 
aatimataa. 477-1775. 


Cleaaap S«rvlc«a 


FREE — REW 
Any unwantaa 
KimHvra and aa, 
at a mplj 
- mopj I 

NO CHAm»a AND UR 
TW« young raaponalbla man lava 
largo truck, iaaamont. attica, 
cempoaia, ai^ Vary faaaanabla. 
Bob^3l4-3451 anytima. 


RELIABLE, RESRONSIBLE, 
raaaonabia. Ciaanuo and hauling 
aorvteaa. Anything — avarything. 


CLEANURS AND HAULING, 
iunk. fumitura, compoota. garaaaa, 
yards, baaamanti. Fraa aatimataa. 
Eugana, NS-WI. 


STUDENT WITH TRUCK AND 
chain saw, claan up baaamants, 
garagaa, and yards. Also aldar for 
aaia. S45 a cord. 479-5755._ 


TWO UVIC STUDENTS HAVE 
truck with winch. Claanup, hauHna 
and painting axparlanca. 7:30 tin 
10 a.m. 995^1, Chris. 


RAINTINO 
g a n a r a I 
470-4444. 


CLEANUP. MAN AND EMPTY 
truck looking for work, rooionabig. 
3S5-7945. 


BASEMENTS, 
cotnpeaf boxoi 
45g^ 


cioanupo anytlmo. 


Coometorg 


Bxoavatlaf 


EXCAVATINO, UU4D CLEAR- 
Ing, road building, damoinien. 
•and and grbvgl aqulpmant ran- 
faN|^34-hour aarvtca. RaBa can- 

^6.K. Trucking Cg. Ud. 

Bus. Offica, 2140 Nanatmo, 3if34*4 
Olspaichaf. 2730 Turnar, lt»4l34. 


BUSINESS SBBVICEl 
and IMBCCTUBY 


HgniR tmproYrmgRtg 


MlW 




IMPERIAL 


Si BUSINESS SERVICES 
•Rd DIRECTORY 


Paiaters aad Daearatara 


ER ROR 

infwior and axfarlor Omn 

IXTCIIICNCCD PAlSff»t. IN- 
taiior, axtarler. smalt carpaniry 
Su. Chaa a. Mika, 4^-3140. 
PROFESSIONAL PAINTER. HAS 
j own aqulpmant. By hour or 
I contract. 47S4147. 


iD 


>UR 

HA 

rou 


KITCHEN CABINETS 
AND VANITIES 
By Longbell and Merit 


Its PER HOUR. OR CONTRACT. 

I caramk tiling and inforl^ paint- < 

I Ing. fraa aatimatas. Daug wS-lSt. j. 

) EXTERIOR PAINTING, WORK 
I guarsntaaa. Raaaongbla rafts, trot 
'astlmstas. 3IB41M. 


M BUSINESS PEBSONAIJI 68 BUlUmrO SCTPLIEB 


SINGLE PARENTS 

OWN YOUR HOME, IN- 
CX>ME OR DOWN PAY¬ 
MENT NO PROBLEM. WE 
CAN PROVIDE A PRO- 
URAM, SUTTABLE TO 
YOUR NEEDS. 

KEN MILLAR 
382-6048 
386-0130 


NOMl LUMBBB 

AIMiliipplM 

STB Ardarsiar M. 
BM71I 

SANDED PLYWOOD 
FIR FACTORY 


WELCH'S QIESEL EOtCAT ANDl 
trucking, utswlor. ax^atlon, 
backhoc. torracing. rotovatlng.' 
•awar and drain Inatallation, 4aan-1 
up and hauling. Ra aa onabia. I 


REPAIRS 
gastv, II 


cart. 451-5501. 


BOBCAT SERVICE, • 
cial and rosidtntlal. 

basamonta, back filling,.. 

and rotovating. Confab Jmh Do 
F uca Lawn Sarvicaa. 3IP9153 (raa. 
47S-09I7). 


> CQMMER-I 
tandscaoing, 
backhoo, . 


ON STUCCO 

_Jmmttatlon 

yra. axoartanct. 


R. H. TRUCKING 
Sand. toil, gravai, rock. No ordor 
too small, also Bobcat work. 
4794459. 


PHIL'S BOBCAT 8ERVIC5 
eroding, bock fllHno, b^hoo, 
Rooaenablo rafts. CaU raa. 
30345I7> paoor 3B44075, COdt 475. 


ROBERTSON'S 
4S0 Casa, land cl 
and backhot. 


EXCAVATING, 
l^jg^ng, bulldoilng 


_ axcavattng and trucking. 

B.C.8. Ltd. Call Brian. 479-2S9S. 


. .NCfNO_ 

Gataa and foncing In wira or wood. 
4774333. 


FENCES BUILT OR REPAIRS 
any^^to^7j»(^g^ motorlil or mint. 


WHEATON 

CONSTRUCTION LTD. 
General Oontracton 
Building Consultanta 
386-6702 


T. A C. BUILDERS LTD. 
Framing 

3856293 3856587 


FARMER CONSTRUCTION 


flooftm »ad Sandtag 


BUYS POR LESS 

2955 DOUGLAS ST. 

386-1401 
STORE HOURS 
Mon.-FrI. I-S, Sol. S-H 
Mtmbar of Victoria HUOAC 

drywall __ 

Boardino. tapino. tfftu^. Ip?*'STUCCO WORK. PLASTER RE- 
claity rumpus rooms and oddl- otirs. ronovattons, 3tS-190S. « 

lions. — ■ ■ — - ..I 

. Plorabliif Md Heatifif 

PLAEIER '-— - ^ 

Exterior stucco and oil intsrier or- 
nomontol plostor. 99S-5070. 


HYPNOSIS 

>Mr, < Stop smoking, lost woight, 

' ALPHr^fw-W^HtTIlflTRE 


MUttCAL 

INSTBDMENTS 


AND 


Lath. 


' and stucco. 471-9974 


E-1 TIRED OP PAYING RENT? 

It you ort a singla parant and 
. grosa WO oar month you con own 
your own condominium tor approx. 
t255 par month includlna mal nt o- 
nonet and taxaa. Build yourialf a 
tutura. Rant racolpts hava no 
valM. McKanria Houaa, McKanzIo 
at Cadar Hill Rd.. 477^74. 


4xS-H 

$11.96 

4x8>H 

$9.96 

4x8-»» 

$6.96 

4x8-*4 

$5.96 

STD FIR 

PLY 

4x8-% T and G 

$10.00 

4x8-% Std. 

$8.25 

4x8-% Std. 

$5.85 

D UNSANDED 

4x8-5*16 Fir 

$4.50 

4x8-% Fir 

$5.00 

4x8-% Fir 

$6.96 

4x8-% Fir 

$7.65 

4x8-% Fir 

$9.85 


BIRTHDAY SALE 
Save $500 on Conn 
"Prelude" organs. 
Save $300 on Kin¬ 
caid Pianos. No 
trodes on this offer. 

See Ref. Stone «t 
SOUND OF MUSIC 
PIANO AND ORGAN 
CsatTRE 

1517 Quadra 3SS4aa 

CLOSED leONDAYS 


TT MOTOBCYOLES 

HARLEY 

DAVIDSON 

PARTS, ACCESIORIES 

BIKM j 

COL WOOD HONDA 

_ DIv. MuilMs Marina I 

1731 Millstraam 4 

Lott off Highway at 
- “ -uay. O.L.« 




BB BOATR MU MARINT 


# 

SALES At9e MRV1CI 


ACCESSORIES 

We hBVB Vancouver Island’s 
modt complete stock on 


BUY. kELU. TRAO^ repairs 

- ' Wkaa Quair ' 



DAVIDBON BAIL BOATS 


NELSON 


GOOD tlLECTION 
OP BICYCLES 
for evary sisa and b 
lO S aaods tram sTo9.eo 

•""Si aWlTfTc'tl iJSSlP™: 

1941 Oak Bay Avt. 59S-4111| 


|A|.ES LICENCED PLUM-j p.m. S^uraay: DLOOIIOA. 
wlll^ do iltaratlons, rtnova- - 


ALCAN BUILDlNb PRODUCTS 
storm Wn^wa —J^mal Olaia 


R. BAI 

mor, wl.. __ _ 

hona. and raoaira ^ kra cbit. I 
guarantaa my workmanahip. 
3B3-1453. 


Oava 493-3901 




453-7741 


COMPLETE HOME RENOVA- 
tiona by quallftad workman, 
452-1 lOf, tvaninga, 479-0373. 


SS PER HOUR, OR CONTRACT, 
CL.-amk tiling and Intartcr PMnt- 
ing, fraa aatimetra. Doug da^fiSi. 


TILE SETTING. AU 
fraa oatfmatos, low pric 
Jim. 471-5479. 


GLACIER INSULATION LTD. 
AH typoa Of tnaulaticn.- 


Lendacaptac 


People Will Notice 

Whan your drob, morkod hord- 
wood tioora arc turnad back into 
tha glaaming baautftui condition 
whan thay wart naw. 

Lat ua halp yau "RENEW" vour - - .— 

fioora with our axpart guaranfaad i vour OF^dm wkw^l, 


workmanahli 


R. J. RESTALL CONSTRUCTION 
Ltd., framing and ganaral con- 
f r a e 11 n g . GuaHty guarantaod, 

47341430. __ 

J. C. ENTERPRISES LTD. 

Ganaral Contractera_ 

34^4434 _442-5350| g g p I M 


nanahlp 

REASONABLE RATES" 

M&MFIOOR 

1950) 

i|f0343 
ar 452-4300 


Attar 5 p.m. 3B4GD70 i 


I Fnmltiirg BeftalaMikC 


$ H I N G , CUSTOM 
built wardrobes, vanities, ate. 

-3iS391A 


!S'... _ 

crawa^379-^^^ _I piANOS, DINING AND I 

ULYSSES CONSTRUCTION LTD. i room suitta ratlnlahlng. Alpha 
Custom and Soac homabulldars. Sahara Ltd., 303-5521. 

Additions. 477-3403. J-^-- 

WANTED forI A Oardeolnf 

" Island Pr 


in- it -kwricM ■ ^-wVERSITY STUDENT OFFERS 

Ing at 4Sr397l__ jIRleat covarino all tvpas of oar- 

we MAKE CUSTOM HOME FOR/OMlJO Pro6IV'» . OWW.I 

• rMsonalH, priM. 3a4.773>. 


' ma'intanahea' to complete 
> liana. Phone Larrr, 3flS- Si5D. 
I RELIABLE 


rada- 


Drafttog I RELIABLE GARDENER, MOW- 

uniisB oi Auc nBAu/u rn «niT •''0 •tid liwTi ctra. Weeding, wvn- 

your lot and raquiramanis, FranK maintMenre ira /tsi 

Gruber Conitructlon. 4S2-S741. meimenanca. 4/e-arai._ 

- HARVEY'S LANDSCAPING AND 

garden sarvlca, naw lawns and 

-T—design, lawns cut, maintanartca by 

A COMPLETE. SEWER, DRAIN- contract. Fong, 304-0431. 479-7070. 

~ LANDSCAPERS. NEW 

_ rockarlaa, planting, rada- 

signing, ctaanupa, lew mointtnonca 

gardens, fencing, paHos. 470-1021 


Drain Servlre 


... and Septic Field Service, 
cleaning, repairing. Installations, DUTCH 
ate 3144967 — nighta 477-0509. '- 


Drbphileg 


HOURIGAN'S 

Floor Covtrlng Specialists 

NOW SHOWING 
DRAPERIES 

PROMPT IN-HOME SERVICE 
715 PANDORA AVE. - 


l-UP AND STEADY GAR- 


GARDENING, REASONABLE 
ratw, phone Pater, 303-7550. 


Olaas and Olaslog 


WINDOWS 

- Chanoa wood to aluminum, tingle 

_ 334-3401 to thermo with Evaf-brlta. Phone 

DRAPERIES MADE FROM 304-1423, 453-3017. 


Handymea 


your motarlal. 477-4304. 

Pacific Draperies jack of^>u.u trades, car- 

CU«TOM MADE DRAPERIEJ ' 

CoMrarcl,! .r,d^^R.,ld«rtl.l »>*' SMTuirStw ^'-im 

450 HlllaMa 303-4413 HOME REPAIRS. RENOVA- 


Dmaamaklng 


tlbns, plumbing, carpontry, oiac' 
trical, 479-9413, S to 7 watkdays, 

I avanings, 333-1*33 anytima. 
dr^'s^'*dr^»smsklrS ^and ^tar- QUALITY HOME REPAIRS, 
ations, good fittings, raasonatla. Plumbing, fencing, carpentry, ate.. 
477-1016. .Harvey's, 334^1, 479-7073. 


Drywall 


COMPLETE DRYWALL FINISH- ahvtlf"*- 
Ing, textured caltimis and walls. 

No lo' to small. Fraa astimatas. 

478-7413. 

BOARDING. TAPING, TEXTUR- 
Ing. RaasoniLla rates. 304-1930, 

^55-4003. 


GARDENING, PAINTING, 
cleanup, window cleaning. 592-4738 


PORTUGUESE 

UKNDSCAPING, 

STONEWORK 

Lawn and rock spaciolista Hava 


patio and pb^ built by ua. Wo also, 
build chimneys and all kinds of 
brick work artistically dona. Would 
you like a comolattlv diffarent 
patio? Give ua a call for a fraa aa- 
timata at vary raaaonabia pricas. 
All work guarantaad. Ratarancaa. 
477-9713. 


I FOUND ITI THE NEW LOCA 
of H B R Mo^cvclaa now at 
’W. .4th_ $r., sidnty. Phona 


CEDAR RANCH 
PANEL 


454^3433. Oean "9 a.m. to 9 pim'. • 
Monday fo Friday; 9 a.m. fa 4 1x6 


$465 

$450 


JIM MCGREGOR 

REPAlfsP^IALIST 


S4>ofhic aad Sldlag 


PARKER JO 

"Roofing Vick 


JOHNSTON LTD. 

__NSHARD. 3t3-9llT 

Rooting incferla Stnea 1935" 


HESLpP BROTHEM ROOFING, 
rarooring axpa^ 4h-3S7A 


. OAK BAY TAILORS 
TalloriM, altarattons laoiaa and 
man Oualtty laalhtr alterations. 
1124 Oak Bav^va. 593-4131 


Tree Senioe 


NOOTKA SOUND RECORDING 
Protaaaional tapa racerdlng sar- 
vice. Privata raoording satslons, 
public avanfa, apaclal oc ca alona. 
RaasonaMa ratas. 5954505. 


ARE YOU TIRED Of BROKEN, 
untidy tWi^ nails? irv Extandad 
Naila pr beautiful loeklng handa. 
S^^F a r appolntmanf, phona 


Framing 

Lumber 


DOCUMENTS, MANUSCRIPTS OR 
what have you awbrtly typad by 


SS®;, 


PAYNE-JONES, 
1. Quaatloni 


EDUOATIOIf 


BARKER 

LANDSCAPING 

LTD. 

—Pinca 194IL- 

Lawi specialists. Expert and con¬ 
siderate garden layout and shrub 
placamanf — skatchaa — tdaaa. 
Our expert stonamasona can build 
you anything In rock or alata — 
walls, patios, pools or pillars — 
etc. For a tree compatftivt aa- 
llmata, call 595-6323. Tarms .__ 

IP YOU WANT PLASTIC AND 
b<Ml( sNpa phona nmaona else, 
but If you want an arehnacturaltv 
daaignad. tasteful aarttno tor - 


r.i.'TS 


LANDSCAPING JOBS TOO 
small to usa a buHdozar can ba 
handled cheaply by p Bobcat for 
Icvailing, tranching, simpit ax- 
cevatlons. Call Jim 4S4-171A 


CHRIS DESIGN LANDSCAPE 
Ltd. Designing and redesigning all 
phases of landscaping and gardan 
maintananca. For fraa estimate 
call Chris Mac Lean, 3i^7t._ 

juan de' fuca lawn'servicb 
( also lanctocoping). Expprigncod 
and^ guaraniatd. 3I3-9IH (Ras. 
478-9917)7 


GREEN VALLEY UINDSCAP- 
ing. Naw lawns, patios, all pnaaas 
of gardening. 476-4781. 


Lawnmower Service 


Greenleaves 

TREE PRESERVATION 
475-6525 386-16U 

for beautiful treei 


CEDARDALE 
TREE SERVICE 


TREES 
tallad. 

Raaior 

453-5044. 


TOPPED, LIMBI 


WBEO, 

imwii. 

Insured. 


ANYTHING TO DO WITH TREES, 
down, bucked up and hauled away, 
Insured. Cardinal Tree Sarvlca. 
442-5451, 479-1M5. 


Mr. VIEW 


Fully 


VIEW THREE SE 
Everything in Tn 
Insured. 47^73 


SERVICE 

" laa" 

(24 hr.) 


TRAIN FOR JOBS 

Sprott-Shaw grads era working — 
are you? Thera really are lobs 
available tor people with tha skills 
our framing provldts. Tha first 
step It to call ua, and arrange tor 
a.parional Intarvlaw. 

Sprott-Shaw College 
of Business 
1012 Douglas St. 
384-8J21 


STD. & BTR. FIR 

Price per 1800 FHB 

2x4-8' 

$85 

2x4-7' 

$ 95 

2x4-82% Stud 

$225 

2x4-8'—30' 

* $229 

2x6-8'—atr 

$229 

2x8-8’—20’ 

$225 

2xlO-8*—20' 

$289 

2xl2-8’-20’ 

$289 

STD. & BTR. 

HEM. 

2x4-6' 

$ 75 

2x4-7’ 

$ 89 

2x4-92% Stud 

$199 

2x4—14’ 

$189 

2x8-12’ 

$189 

2x8-14’ 

$189 

2xl6-8’-30’ 

$229 

2xl2-8'~20’ 

B $229 


iai5 GOVT. 


FENDER SURER REVERR AMR.|»I; 
D,d«on, PhiMf, Cn,b«>, wth-i 
wah. Bea t otter. 49>99i» anytima. | 
SCHMIDT AUTOHARP WITH ; 
cata. S33< guHar wtfh caaa, 325. 
335-4149._ 


_land Sknpaona-Saars .. . . .. 

385-072$ both In •xeallam candttlon. Phan#' 
t S utn I p.m. 349 Sylvia 




BALDWIN APT. IIIE Fl^ 
KAWAI KEYBOARD STUDIOS 
3341 DOUGLAS, 33»G3)2 . 


NOTOBCYCUM 


Want cpnvanlant bicycle rapaira? 

Cal)~ _ _ 

MOBILE CYCLE SERVICE 

wa make houaa oaila. 30-3M4 


Young boy's 


SALE 

and alrl'a RaWgh 
xeallam c and m an. 


2IVy' ARTHUR 


ITHUR Mp^LPE, S03; 
mpptd. DuraAoa brakaa, 
bafora M a.m. 


ACCESSORY 
SALE 

On DIatrtbutora Clapreut 

Handle bar falrlnga, whtta •nd,_, ^ u-txiiiiAift 

black. Ware $149.95. Special m.H \ 


WANTED: YOUNG BOY'B FIVE 
or tan apaad In eec * 

479.429X 


HONDA 9B. STREET LEGAL, 
step through modal wtth halmat, 
$130. 333-4945. 


Rear carr^ O^a a^ Yam'QUALITY RALEIGH, 
only) Rag. S59.98, Spgclal 31.9$ rat trap, light, claan, Si 


SECONDARY Si_ 

Walcomaa appllcatlona tor tfudant 
anrolmont In Gradaa 3 and 9ribr 
its opening tn Saptambar, Phona 
AV. A. Ranama at 479457S * 
fornrtation. 


LEARN PARISIENNE FRENCH 
In 30 lataona for $100. Evening 
courses 7 p.m. starting August 
3nd. For mora Information call 
334-4424 batwaan 3 and 12 noon, or 
442-5794 attar t p.m. 


ISLAND MONTESSORI HOUSE, 
located Uplands Elam, has full 
and day, spaces availabla. 

.To wiND TREE SERVICE. LOW [ 

rates. 333-4115._ tent Jay Cone. 477-2144. 


IVUklow 4 leaning 


HUGHES RESIDENTIAL - - 

6^ cleaning. Fraa aitlmataa. 2932 i ^5"* ouallfli 
Blackwood St. 384-2^. ' f *"- 


I GENTLEMAN REQUIRES IN- TbT Pauer 

_ tantiva conversational German' 

WIN- l•nouaoa lessons, day or evanit 


la lessons, day or evenings. 
iuaUflad Instructor. 5f3-37V, 


JOIN A FUN FLY-CRUISE TO 
the Caribbean, leas than SIM par 
day tncludaa flights, accommoda¬ 
tion. meals and 


gtW antartaln- 
ES TRAVEL 

-.fOMB and Cc. 

nil Blanshard St., Victoria 


WH)r 


12« StatSn’Sf,' Duncan 
74MI23 
Rallabllltv and Oapandablllty 

Since 169 6_ 

WAIKIKI 

Beautiful view, air conditioned, 
l-badroom condominiunw, each 
will accommodate up to 4 comfort¬ 
ably. Suites are tastatvily fur¬ 
nish^, complete with full fcitchan, 
lanai, washer, dryer, color TV 
with cablavision. Call Vancouver, 
112-431-3401, Harwood AgoncNs. 


FOR QUICK AND CHEAP LAWN- 
mowar repairs. Phone 477-5301 
Fraa pkkup and dallvary. 


Maaonry 


SMALL REPAIRS, LARGE 
one's? Building your naw home? 
Want to beautify tha older one? 
I'll do It In brick or Mock, froa es¬ 
timates cheerfully given. 402-2844. 


STONEHENGE MASONRY. ANY 
stonework dona. Quality first Fraa 
estimates. Ratarancas. 473-37W, 
evenings. 


CHIMNEYS BUILT AND RE- 
paired. FIraplacaa. brick and block 
work. Phona 3I»0B4. 


FIREPLACE FACING. ANY 
type of stonework, quality, 
raaaenWa. John, 477-1727. 


Moving and Storage 


Mnmn Improvemrata 


Electncal Contrartora 

NEW HOUSES WIRED, OLDER 
houses rewired. Sarvlca changes, 
renovations, commercial wiring, 
electric heating Installation. Raa- 
sonabla ratas. Satisfaction guaran¬ 
taad. Call for an estimate today. 
SIRWEL ELECTRIC LTD., 
595-3674. 


Davison's Floor 
Coverings & 
Carpentry 


OLDER HOMES REWIRED — NO 
down Daymant. Wa finance at 
bank ratas with approved cradli. 
EDDY'S ELECTRIC - 365-7644 


FIRESIDE HOLDINGS LTD. 
Residential, naw and rawirlng 
476-9475 


COST PLUS 10% 

Wa will build additions to your 
home. Renovate your present 
home or repair wiring, plumbing. 
Replace carpet and linoleum. 53 
par hour plus material plus 10% Is 
vour total cost. Keith Hamblatt, 
59M 404, avanigns. 


MOVING? 

tonal man at raaaonabia 
Cartons supplias. Call: 
DRUM CARTAGE 
383-9641 


MAUI 

2-badroom deluxe condominium on 
tha beach. Special oft aaaaon rates 
tor Sapt. and Ort. Also ayallaMa 
ter Xmas saason. O.K. trucking 
CO. Ltd. 336-3414. 


GERMANY 

10,000 Canadians In Germany wRh 
Armed Forces. Do you want to 
visit? All travel details lookad 
attar for you and good group ratas 
If wa synchronize our travel plans. 
Information 477-3373. 


BIG OR SMALL. WHY PAY BIG 
prices for raasonaMa, rallsUa, ax- 
parlancad movers. Pansionar 
rates.. Estimates. Guarantaad. 


REMODELLING SPECIALISTS 
Additions, carports, sundacks, 
fences, rumpus rooms, anirlas. 


THE ACES 


ON BRIDGE 

by 

inA 0. conN jn. 

TEAM CAPTAIN 


1 pur. 

condition of auceasa.' 
Theodore Munger. 

In today's interesting game, 
one of the players mould 
have had a clear sense of 
purpose. Let's aee how the 
play would go in the average 
game and Ineo try to awrae 
Die blame. 

Declarer wins the opening 
lead with his spade jack and 
leads a low diamond to dutn- 
^ my’s ace. A low heart is led 
from dummy and West takes 
declarer’s queen with his ace. 
West correctly deduces that 
the onlv hope now rests with 
the cluD suit and he plays the 
ace and another club. Nice 
try. but a bit too late. East 
ruffs with the king but 
declarer easily manages the 
rest to make his vulnerable 
game. 

Who miswd tha chance to 
beat the hand? Naturally, had 
West started with the club 
ace and another club. East 
would ruff with the small 
trump and the defense would 
triumph. So it’s West’s fault 
for not flnding the magic 
lead? Not reaUy. East still 
has time to save the day. 

Here's bow Marion Weed of 

Gaineeville. Tex. met her 
purpose when she held to¬ 
days East cards. Declarer 
won the spade Jack and 
crossed to dummy’s diamond 
ace ind led a trump. 
However, instead of routinely 
following with her low trump, 
Marlon alertly went up with 
her king. Iliia held the trick 
and she now led the singleton 
club. West won the ace and 
returned another and the 
defenM had four tricks and a 
well earned set. 

How did Marion know that 
her play would frorlt? She 
didn’t. What aha did know 
was that there were little 
prospects anywhere else and 


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South. The bidding 


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ding tho second suit is 
preferable to a rabid of one 
no trump. 


FRANK'S DELIVERY 

Small moves and pickup, delivery 
service. $9.00 an hour, 1 man. 
$14.50, two men. 363-5275. 

FLASHBACK CARTAGE. HOUSE- 
hold and apartment moving. Fast 
[and eHIcIant service. M8-6275, 

' Pager 607, 595-4972. 

MOVING AND DELIVERIES, AP- 
pilances, furniture houaaholds. Eu¬ 
gene, 3334536. 

CAREFUL AND INEXPENSIVE 
moves, deliveries any size. Wave 
Transfer. 595-1551, 363-52)1. 

Pbinterg Bad Dncoimtoni 

INSULATE 

DURA-THERM 

DECORATE 
Exterior Finishes 

and allmlnate painting. Can meet 
end surpassas most B.C. Gov't and 
Federal insulation apecIHcatlons. 
ASK US ABOUT FEDERAL AND 
PROVINCIAL GOV'T GRANTS 
FOR INSULATION. Also discounts 
tor pensioners. 

386-8435 

ISLAND 
DECDRA'TORS 
Painters Papertiangers 

Spray Painters 

Plaster Repairs 
Convenient Time Payments 
383-9039 Eved. 382-1479 

' ^OF^slONAL Pa1nTEr 7 COM- 
mercial $10 per hour, per man, 
private $5 per hour per man. Also 
> bv contract. Special arrangements i 
' mav be made for low Income. Ref-' 
erences. Messages takan at' 
479-7533. 

brothers painting 

AND DECORATING 

1 Free appraisals, cost consultant, 

. All typas of painting. All types of 
repairi. Commercial, farm, resi¬ 
dential. Lowest rates. Terms. 
Work guaranteed. 313-1112. 

TWO UVIC STUDENTS. WITH 
extensive experience In all phases 
of Interior and extarlor painting. 
Will do good, fast work, tor rea¬ 
sonable rates. Phone anytime, at 
366-9253, 59M551. 

IF QUALITY AS WELL AS 
price la important, call Specialty 
Painting at 595-4424 for a painting 
astlmata. FULLY qualified with 
solid rafarencas. 

HUSTON BROTHERS PAINTING 
Intarlor and Exterior painting with 
brush and roller. Free Estimates. 
Low rates. Phone 36<LWI4. 

DOWSON PAINTING CONTRAC¬ 
TOR, RESIDENTIAL COMMER¬ 
CIAL; WORK GUARANTEED. 
Free estimates. 385-6041 

EXP. ENGLISH PAINTER 

Int. and Ext., 36 yrs. axp. 
Paperhanging, Minor Repairs 
Free Estimates. After 6, 476-1610 

BMB PAINTING AND ROOFING 
Free estimates, reasonable rates, 
paper hanging drywall repairs. 
643-4533. 479-4547. 

PAINTING AND DECORATING, 
raasonebit rataa. satisfaction 
guarantaad. Terms. 595-4905. 
47^2473. 


BEAUTIFUL DELUXE TOWN- 
houte In Sunny Phoanix. Two- 
ceJrooms privata patio, pool and 
rac. cantra. fully furnisriad, ranting 
now tor fail and spring, $150 par 

wraak. 3S^50tl or 4S4-421S._ 

POIPU, KAUAI, WATERFRONT 
condominium, atatton wagon. Meal 
two couplas, availabla Saptambar- 
Octobar 12, Novambar 3-Januarv 
1'3, Eastar 473-9S45. 


TUTORING -- PROFESSIONAL 
halp bv axparlafiotd taachar, 
Franch, math, naw and aid math- 
oda. aM-2331. 


FUEL 


ALDER WOOD, SPLIT AND DE- 
cord. 442-9»tf ba- 


ALDER FN9EWOOD, SFLIT, DE- 
llvarad, 345 cord. 47S-123S sftar 5. 


TIMBEB 


WANTED TIMBER 

FELLED. BUCKED or 
STANDING 

Fir. Cedar or Hemlock 
Ideal Saumill Ltd. 38>G441 


GYPROC SPECIAL 
4x8-%" $2.85 

4x8- 1 / 2 " $3.15 

Price per 1000 S<). Ft 
H” GYPROC $ 95 

H” FIRESTOP $105 

H” FIRESTOP $120 

ALSO STOCKING 
Joint Cement. Filler, Tapes, 
Bead, etc. 

STUCCO WIRE 

16-18’' . $19.50 

$5.50 


INSULATION 

Price per 1,000 Sq. Ft. 

R7 FIBERGLAS $ 76 
R12 FIBERGLAS $130 
R20 Fiberglaa $220 

Deliveries made anywhere 
on Vancouver Island. Before 
you buy compare our prices. 
For quality service and 
guaranteed savings, phone: 

385- 8711 

386- 3374 

70 MUSICAL 
INSTRUMENTS 


WlndcuHtr fairings (^nrta mount)'LADIES' 1-SPEEO BICYCLE tN 


OPEN 7 DAYS 
1327 B«ach 
598-3393 

ON DISPLAY 
TANZER Sailboats 

ts* — 7.S matra (OS') ~ w 
ON DtSFLAY St 

mmrtmiU. 

, (ALEI AND URVICE 
. c«w HMMur tni RmHwmi. 

UDNEV 


KW. tUKM MMI iw.M 

MULLINS MARINE 

SALES LTD. 
m YMM St. 

3S2.1WS 3«3iis 


GOLDSTREAM , 
MARINE 

HOURSTON Caaucnft | 

CAMPIDN 

1:V1NRIX>E Outboards 
ROADRUNNER trailers 
NOW OPEN j 

for your convenienea ! 
Mon.-Fri. 9 a.m.-* p.m. 

Sat. 9.5, Sun LS 
12994 Jacklin Rd. 47B-S391 



nwDimcK 

MOTOnt LTD. 


KAWASAKI 
SUZUKI —BMW 
Repairs — Sarviea to all Makaa 

616 Queens 383*0823 

D.L. (I0634A 


POWERTOWN M.C. 

350 MOTO OUZZi 
450 TR UMPH 
W YAMABA 


100 SUZUKI 
250 KAWASAKI 
1249 DITfMfA 


$1495 

$1595 

SS9S 

$725 

S47S 

S199 

414Granvttia 


NOW OPEN 

K. J. Kawasaki 

AT 

2490 Douglas 

3854323 DX-OlSaSA 

IWS SUZUKI, a» «T TWIN CY- 
• . v^h back _ raat, - 


rat trap, Hght. clggn, S99. 4^-4e93. 


ONE PAPERBOY BIKE FOR 
•ala. Good condition. 477-7033. 


LADIES' SCHWINt^ to-$FfCD. 
bicY^, nua naw, Sim. 47^T. 


M BOATS aad MARINE 



TIMBER PUR^ASED 
Standing or fallad. Stumpagt 
guarantaad, brush pllad, land 
claarad. Also contract loading and 
hauling, 333-3045, 479-2373. 


STANDING 


wlad timbar. i 


TRADE 
Through 
CLASSIFIED 

'SS DIAL 386-2121 


SUMMER YOUTH ADVENTURE 
Wait Trtk: -Hiking Wast Coast 
trail, and Sailing Robartson II, 
Aupuat 7-19, agts 14-16. 595-5415. 


WAIKIKI ONE-BEDROOM CGN- 
dominium, fantastic vlaw of Kaan. 
592-4459. 


PERSONALS 


slonal, young outlook, sansa 
mour, saaks youngar lady to shara 
euparvlsion of prosptrtlvt small 
buslnoss. No capital ntadtd Photo 
appraciatad. Victoria Praas Bax 
440. 


65 BUILDING SUPPLIES 



2 BOATS, 2 GUYS NEED 2 
matas sail and powarcruisa tha 
Islands. Congenial non-smoking 
shara dost auartors, cooking, ate. 
August 1-12. Ltava phont numbar 
Victoria Press, Box 421. 


SINGLE. 33, FUN-LOVING FEL- 
tow wishes to hear and matt at- 
trartlvt Miss Right for Mr. Right, 
child waicoma, Victoria Prasa, Box 
419. 


AAARRIED GENTLEMAN WOULD 
Ilka to meat other malas, single or 
inarrlad, oblact companionship. All 
rtpliaa will bd kspt In strict con- 
fldanct. WrHa Victoria Press Box 
447. 


SEPARATE CHURCH AND 
state. Public money for public 
schools only. Writt Premisr Ben¬ 
nett and say "no" to Bill 33. Ad 
Hoc Commiftee to defeat Bill 33. 


GENT SEEKS SELF^SUREO. 
unlnhlbiltd woman for Ufa part¬ 
nership. 35-45. Snap appreciated. 
Discretion assured. Victoria Press, 
Box 463. 


[IMPERIAL 

JENNAIR 

“The ultimale c(x>king 
system’’ 

See Displays! 
Check Our Discounts! 

Oiambers built-in 
Dishwasher. 6 cycle 
2-year (^arantee 
LMPERIAL’S PRICE 
$299 

BUY WHERE THE BUILDER 
BUYS FOR LESS 

2955 DOUGLAS ST. 
386-1401 

STORE HOURS 
Mon.-FrI. 6-5. Sal. 1-1? 
Mambar of Victoria HUOAC 


YOU'RE THE GEATEST M.C. 
Write Robin Falls, Hornby Island 
for more Information or phona' 
335-2283 aa I want to sta the raat 
of you soo n. _ 

YOUN(j“ MAN LEAVING FOR 



SEMI-RETIRED, 
work, rtaionabla 
Roberts, 36g5451. 


PENFRIENDS IN CANADA 
wanted urgently: all ages. Tha 
■ ■ 33). ‘ 


_ urgai. 

Pen Sxlefv, (A. 
Lancs, England. 


MOORE WHITTINGTON 
LUMBER LTD. 

3414 BRIDGE ST 
334-1331 

SALE CONTINUES 


ALL PRE-HUNG DOOR UNITS 
LIMITED STOCK 
NOT ALL SIZES AVAILABLE 


JULY CLEARANCE 


$150 $ 125 

>»*. J1j| »9?7 


1795 151 


739 
1195 1695 
1093 945 

2t9S 369S 


Of brand name and trade-in organs 
was Now 

Ofcan# chord organ 
Lowrty 2 manual 
Baldwin 2 manuaf 
Gaianti X300 
Galanti F2I> 

Kimball "Swingar 100' 

Kimball "Swingar 400' 

Demo 

Kimball "Swingar 7M' 
demo 3435 

Gulbranson 1511 demo 3195 
Gulbranasn "Paragon" ^ 
dan>o 5795 5495 

NO TRADES ON THESC PRICES 
PLEASE 

RENTALS FROM $29.54 par mo. 
(plus dalivary) 

Fraa organ losaons, no obligations 

383-8711 
CASCADE 
ORGAN & PIANO 

WHSE. NO. 2-370 GORGE RD. E. 
Bahind McDonald's Supply 


Gleeson Music City 

ANNOUNCES 

Fiscal Year EnM July 3lst 
BIG SAVINGS on Pra-ownad 
Pianos and Organs. EXAMPLES: 
—YAMAHA BK7 only $1495 

—LOWREY GENIE, 44 only $1695 
-HAAAAWND J only $ 895 

—PIANOS from $ 5W 

Also BIG DISCOUNTS on many 
NEW PIANOS and ORGANS 
SEE US AT 714 Port St. 333-94r 


LARGE SELECTION CLASSIC 
AND POP MUSIC FOR ALL IN¬ 
STRUMENTS. CALL IN AND 
BROWSE UNTIL 9 NIGHTLY., 
ORIV£ IN , PARK FREE. 

PORTER MUSIC 

725 CALEDONIA 332-9542 

CLOSED MONDAYS 
JULY-AUGUST 


PAMUS 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 
'Whore Good Music Begins" 
1101 Blanshard St. 3144475 


SONIC EAR PLUGS, $7.95; 
Emmons pedal atoal, $395; Univox 
4-channsl starao mixar, $399: Sunn 
stage 212 amp, 3325; Darco 
strings, $5.95. 

SOFT SOUNDS 

2031 Oak Bay Ava. 191-1524 

Cioaad Mondays 


USED PIANKDS 
PRICED TO SELL 

Prom $49S 

KAWAI KEYBOARD STUDIOS 
J621 DOUGLAS 334-391: 


can^, and v»to^toid. Low mljt- 
Mt. lit. r«f. Oil KOA Sll. 41, 
Atount Nawton X Rd. and Highway 
17. _ 


“It*B ’The Service 
’That Seta Ut Apart” 

BAYLINER 

HOURSTON 

GLASSCRAFT 

JOHNSIX/N outixMrdf 
VOLVO — CMC 
Stemdrives — Trailtn 
AccesBoriet 

An At 

GIBSON 

Powercraft Centre Ltd 
2520 Gov’t St. (Near Bay) 

382-8291 


NATIONAL 
BOAT SALES LTD. 

3060 White §ifcti Hoed. Siitoev. B C 

vaL 2R1 Ttt <0041 eagjgaa 

AND ALSO AT 
Pilm Cieek Vmeouwr 


BOATERS! 

our larga c 
anc^^ plumbing 

“S. J. PEDEN LTD. 

MS QumihI Jf. 3U-1444 


display at appll- 
aiactrlcal 


USED OUTBOARD 
^ CLEARANCE 
^ 9.5 h.p. and 9.9 h.p. 
Evinrudaa and Johnsona 
trorn S395 to S^ 

A.. Yaka Your PIcIl 

W^RANYBEO 
0^ BAY t^RINE SALES 
> 27 B€ACH PR. _5W-3393 

CUSTOM BOAT AND CAMPER 
cushion^ any sit# or ahapa. If you 
hjra an unt^Fly ahapad cuahton, 
wa can maka It to your exact aiaa 

aii FURNITURE 

2612 Sookaj ^^ aar Ja^iln 


FREE GAS FOR ALL OUR 
sooka customers with avry pur¬ 
chase at ouy naf.igcatton^ H and 


lasa at our fTi 

Motorcyrtaa, 97B4th St., Sid 
4544431 Lota ot ^tat n^ 


buys. Cgma a 


L-00110A. 


.... HONDA CB400F, THRCT 
montha eld, 1500 mtlas, axcalltnt 
condition, back rart and wrlar 
Still under warranty, Siw or 
off art. 333-1123. _ 

1973 KAWASAKI 900, WORK 
dona to It. 32«0 or beat offer 
3134044 attar 4:30 p.m. aak tor 
Mika. _ 


tVtlLCAVB, CA^CI, 

TION. FIRM.! 
7:00 PAA. 


1972 'HONDA 500, REBUILT 

trana and top and. Haadar, Boach 

X and Ussy bar, 31300 ar bast 
. 4794344. 


1975 HONDA, TRIALS, 125, IM- 
maculate condition, aa new. 3495. 
Also. MX bools and trials auH, alia 

31, 477-1 034.__ 

'Ts HONDA CB 500_T. 1910 
mllaa, immaeulata, crash bar, ral- 
met. lacket, ^$00 or bast 

otter. ‘ “““ 


PRE-INVENTORY SALE 
Electric Quitari. reconditioned 
flutes, trumpets, and clarlnsts SO^e 
discount. Many othtr Inatrumant 
soeciais. Hail-FHrfield Music, 720 
Fort, 335-3307. 


rheHew I "OT ALL 5l£b$ AV 

cnaney 

20% off all French doors 


SOMETIMES A PROBLEM i OM • dOOrs 

hurts less If you share- It. We Ms-; ?0% oft all hardwood lumbar 
ten. NEED Crisis Line, 3644323. “ —-- 


GIRL, 27, WANTING TO GO TO 
Spain, Ort.'Nov. wishes to moot 
same. Victoria Frees Box 452. 


ORIENTAL LADIES WANT TO 
write you. Blossom, Stahakin, Waa- 
ingten, 93652. 


40 BU8INR8H PRRHONALS 


m 




; DIVORCE? 

Why waif? Average tima tor an 
uncontastad divorce is 90 days. Wa 
arrange easy financing. For fur- 
thar informatton and brochurt: 

384-6724 

2104» Vlaw St., Victoria, B.C. 


(Taak. 


maple, 


birch, mahogany, 
and sen) 

ALL ITEMS SUBJECT 
SALE 

6 a.m.-S p.m. Mon. to Frl 


• TO PRIOR 


ACOUSTIC 370 AMPLIFIER, 
twin 15" sptakars, 375 watt, ax- 
callant condition. Minimoog, Ilka 
naw. o Hars, 3S3-1941. 

ROLAND JAZZ CHORUS 130. 120 
RMS. Two 12" spaakara. 5 months 
old. Ex^lant condition, $4M. 
Colin, 3154440. 


ERWIN’S 
Double Glaze 

Windows 

nargy aavi 
stand — 


COMPLETE SET “OF GRACY 
drums and cymbola, good condi¬ 
tion, $165 or otfars. 474-1345. 


HEINZMAN UPRIGHT PIANO, 
$700. For aopointrriant to vlaw, 
592-9516. 


VIOLIN AND BOW, $75; VIOLIN 
and bow, $20; gultK cast, $15. 
592-1513. 


AAAISON AND RISCH PIANO. MA- 
hogany cata. baautlful tona. 4 
yaars old, $1200. 3634010. 


_ _ _ EXCELLENT 

— Wa cover the' island — 10 condition. ZlldWn hy-hafa and 
YEAR MANUFACTURE GUAR-1 cymbal, $3*1. 477-9932. -- 

ANTEE. 336-4403 ( 24 hrs.) - - - 


SAANICH LUMBER YARDS 


304) Douglas St. 

Material tor 13x20 garage, 
roofing axtra 
Compost Box. 4x4 
Work Bench, materials 
6x10 Graenhouaa 
Sabot Dinghy lOt 
Gardan Shad, 4'x7'4' 
Chicken Coop, 4'x7'4' 


1971 GIBSON OG ELECTRIC GUI 
tar, fine condition, .raettU trats 


385 2464 .tob, great neck, $450. 3354192. 


S340M|UFRIGHT AAAHOGANY SAVIL4B 
p>3'>o with steal back, WS. 

t'x-OU JTO.aMX 


SCISSORS THE HAIR DESIGN- 
ara will ra-open on August 1l6h. It 
Is baing completely re-dasigned. It 
will conalst of a ladlas' saton, a [windows; varl 
. rate man's salon and a beauty 10573 or 595-251 
room, offering services from ' 


1975 BMW 750 CC, 44)00 MILES 
new windiamrner, truly Immacu¬ 
late. 13700 er best offor. 656*1449. 
between 1 and 12 a.m. 

WANTED: FLYWHEELS FOR 

1971 Yamaha 360 Enduro. Phone 
6S6-1'326. 

HONDA C8200. IMMACULATE. 
1.000 miles. 304-3752 er 3B4-S350 
(evenings). 

550-4, HONDA SUPER SPORT 
9.000 miles, excellent condition. 
$1650. 30O-O0S6. (rent Joelson. 

'73 KAWASAKI, LIKE NEW. 1500 
mllet, hookar htadtrs, $1900 
303-7565. 

1977 KAWASAKI 1000. WINOJAM 
mer Ml. with fowera. Krauaar 
bagi. 33500. 333-2510. 

BR(X>KLANOS MOTORCYCLES 

1977 KAWASAKI KZ650. Ex¬ 
cellent condition, only 2100 mllas, 
axtraa. call 477-7000 after 6. 

1971 NORTON 750, RECENTLY 
rebuilt. With 1972 front and, not 
running. W-20W. 

1974 MT 123 HONDA ENDURO, 
excello^ eondItlOT. 479-4B4,' ask 
for John. 

1969 450 HONDA SCRAMBLER, 
$400 or bast otter. Phona attar S. 
656-6391. 

1973 KAWASAKI 750 H2, lOXXM 
miles, lust custom painted, $14)00. 
364-0074. 

1975 HARLEY-DAVIDSON 1000 CC. 
Immaculate condition. 656-1750. be¬ 
tween 7:30-9 p.m. 

'75 YAMAHA 200 ELECTRIC 
Street, windshleto carrier, 5500 
miles. $600 er beat offer. 477-1431. 

EXCELLENT CONDITION. 
Honda 100. Otters. Phone 304-9655 
after 5 p.m. 

HONDA 90. STREET LEGA. STEP 
through model with heelmet. 3130. 
3M-4945. 

1969 TRIUMPH 500, CLEAN, RUN- 
nlno, $400. 1977 Yamaha 100, naw, 
$725. 477-6307. 

1975 YAMAHA ENDURO. LOW 
mileage, excellent prkt. Must sail. 
479 9^, evenings. 

1977 SUZUKI RMIO. MINT CONDI- 
tion. Open to otfars. 477-992t. 

SEE ITI '74 KAWASAKI 900, IM- 
maculate. 6SI-6361. 

CLEAN, '75 KAWASAKI 900, I4I00 
miles, otters, 650-(B20. 

75 HONDA 750 $S, JAMMER AND 
extras. $34)00. 304-1976. 

CL 350 HONDA. 13,000 MILES. 
A-1. Offers from 4734MS. 

1973 YAMAHA 250. IMAAACULATE 
condition, $750. Phone 366-5806. 

MOTORCYCLE TRAILER. 
36?7339, evenings. 

'73 350 HONDA, $530; BILL HEL- 
met. 474-1410. 

30 SUZUKI. GOOD RUNNING 
conditfon. $160. 304-9005. 

FOR SALE, HONDA CT 70, RUNS 
well, offers, 477-3S9L 

FOR SALE: 250 YAMAHA TRAIL 
bike. $500, 64^5^SI. 



rACme I H BUST BI M (9094) LTB. 


A COMPLETE STOCK OF 
FIBERGLASS 
AND 
Epojnr 
MA’TERIALS 

Z SPAR 

MARINE PAINTS 

428 E. Burnside 

VICTORIA 

386-1811 386*7814 


RADKDS 

VHF — SSB — C.B. 
MARINE ANTENNAS 
1 . . SOUNDERS 
1 ..Sw’Y,'** — Installation 

Ball l> Shamllt Electrics Ltd 
1 Wast Burn^da Rd. 

i_354- 3414 

11974 APOLLO 25' FIBREGLASS 
Ic^iaaT' FWC, 225 h.p. OMC, only 
iiSL equipped 

‘^to.CB radio, aoundar, compaaa, 
AM-FM radio, tape dack. dinghy, 3 
h.p. outboard, full canvaas. Ideal 
f^l^ boat tor Ashing or cruising, 
$17,900. All trades and otfars con- 
aldarad. Phone 479-3790. _ 

27* GRENFELL FLYBRIOOF 
erv^, 413 Chrysler FWC. Monal 
water and fuel tanks, radio. 
SMnd^ dinghy. Full canvaa cock¬ 
pit. $13,500 or bast offer. Taka 
»malar boat or ? in 


YACHT SALES 

33' CANOE COVE Challenger with 
command bridea, lower steering 
station and all toak intartor. 

NOW OPEN 

Mon..Thurs. 9 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. 
FrI.-Sun. 9 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. 



<^AS PLY 
K & C 

CATALINA SAILBOATS 
22, 27, 30 

823 PANOaRA 383-1451 


TOL/BUE EAQUE 
QLASPLY 
CAHAVBNTUR'E 
CAMPION 

JOHNSON Oultoantt 
and 

ROADRUNNER Tnllari 

^^4/ mariMUL 

SALES AND SERVICE 
Corner Harbour and RasthaAn 
iS6-442l SIDNEY 


i VAN ISLE SABINA 

. ' BROKEI^E 


miles. Ilka naw,' 


ONE MOTORCYCLE TRAILER 
for sale, custom built. 475-30^. 


LAUNCH RAMP 
FUEL DOCK 
Vacuum pump oil changers. Com¬ 
plete line of Altars and accessort 
for all vassals. Open 7 days a 
weak, BS p.m. 

VAN ISLE MARINA CO. LTD. 
Tsahum Harbor Box 2130 

454*113$ Sidney, B.C. 


auiv, ■> vmi 

trade. 4SMM. 


SURFER24 

Call DICK CHUOlIy a, Natlana, 
Boat Salas. White Birch Rd., Sid- 
nay. sgSBs. Evaa. 454-5751. 


Chrysler Outboards 
British Seoguli 

SALES ~ PARTS - REPAIRS 
PRASING EQUIPMEN-*^ 
476-9313 _9 34 Goldistraam Av». 

VICTORIA BOAT MART MOVE? 
mora boats, because wa onty list 
boats that ar# priced to sail. Wa 
service our customers both buying 
end selling. We are the Traders of 
Aie boat businaaa. an Head St. 
333-3394. 


36' TELSTAR INBOARD CRUIS- 
-ar, command bridge and dual con¬ 
trols. Trim tatd, hot water heating 
and many extras. Doan to offers. 
Inquiries invited. Mr. R. Powell, 
596-4541. 


FLOAT HOME, $8,900 0.1 

X'x6', kitchen, bathroom ' 
marine sanitation daviM, llv 
slaaplng area, moorad Esquin 
partly fumiai^, bank financ 
must tall 333-3597 evenings. 


14' BOAT. WITH CABIN, TRAIL- 
er. 33 horse Evinrude, trailer lust 
through test. New lights and wir¬ 
ing. $500 for boat and traliar. Will 
sell separate. Like new. 592-3677. 
1304 Grant St. 


about with nvahbganv dacklnq and 
windshield. Mark 25 /Mercury and 
tilt boom trailer and skis. 2536 
Maynard. 477-3626. 


24 FT. CABIN CRUISER. 225 H.P. 
OMC. low hours, Bannatt trim 
tabs, beautiful llnaa, axoHlent con- 
dlAon, 19000 er o9fers. 473-6406 
after 5. 


BUCCANEER 24 TRIMARAN. 
Proteaalonally conitrurtad 1971. 
Vary fast racar. Easily and com- 
^a^ cruise two. Asking $Soo. 


iy FIBERGLASS BAVIOSON 
lifeboat, nice woe<Nraf1(, fop ahapa, 
unainkable. $250 or beef oAer. 
656-144 9, b efy^t n 3 and 12 a.m. 

CEDAR GROVE MARINA 
65^2530 

1955 Swartz Bay Rd.. Sidney 
MOORAGE — BROKERAGE 


CAMPARI, 7 FT. 6" INFLAT*, 
ble. complete with ears, motor 
bracket and foot pump. As naw, 
$150. 474-1397. 


CROWN 13—TRAILER. 3 SAILS, 
anchor, life tockets, running lights, 
can sleep 4. Very good condition. 
$5,100 . 363-9091. 


CAL 2-29 CRUISING SLOOP. 
Volvo diesel, many extras. Askino 
$29,000 or trade for F-G C-B diesel 
cruiser. 656-7047. 


Authorizad 

MERCRUISER 

Salaa — Servica 

MOBILE HOIST 

tor haulout 

BLUE HERON 

^ BOAT SALES 

10775 McDonald Park Sidney 

__ 

30' BRANDL/MYR," lO'l" BE^, 
RWC Chrysler M-IO. Survey value 
$30,000. Reduced from $17,900 to 
$15,925. A quallly buy. Contact 
Joyce Omild at 

BOSUN'S 
Yacht Brokerage 

:OorAld Pk. RdL 


EXCELLENT If BRANDLMAYR. 
wide beam, windshield, remote 
controls, trailer, first reasoneble 
offer. 3644316. 


ALL BAY MARINA 
2236 Harbour Rd. 

Sidney. B.C. 456-3167 
Open 6 Days — Closed Mondays 


26 FT. CRUISER, DOUBLE 
cedar planked hull, custom built, 
FWC, $6500 or nearaat offer. 
745-3747 attar A 


22' SILVERLINE, 333 H.P. MER- 
crulser, full galley, leas than 30 
hrs. Immaculate. For full defelie 
pleM phot^366-7345, 6-3 p.m. _ 
CATALINA r.’TRAILER, OUT- 
board, fully aquipped, $6500. 

n2 -$37 -5B04._ 

14*' FRONTIERSMAN FIBER- 
glass canoe, good condition. Ofteri. 
595-019 5._ 

1974 16' GLASTRON TRI-HULL, 
custom trailer, power tilt, 135 h.p. 
Johnson oufooard, $4500. 45A6211 
11976 FiBREFOR/^’s7fkA7~ 23V». 
165 Marcrufser. naw bottom paint, 
tots of extras. 656-4454 or 6S6-206 9. 
'offshore 47' KETCH, 196l’ 
Box 2001 ItobPl live aboard, swap for smallor 
-' boat, or? 335-3120. 


22' RCINELL 


____ BOAT HOUSE. 12X24. WANT 

133 h.p. Aforcrulsor, standuo head, | boat trailer, 25-2600 Iba. 479-5723. 

good value at siOJOO. V- $J»_o «'.ottors..3aa-»a. 

WESTPORT YACHT SALES 23' WOOD SAILBOAT WITH NEW 
■ 4564633 > outboard, $2400. 4564413. 





























































































































































































































































































































































































































M BOATS MU MAKING 



BELL BOY 
FIBERFORM 
CANAVBNTURE 

MERCURY 
MERCRUISER 
THORNES 
AVON 
CAUUONS 
ROAD RLTiNER 

Completa Unc of 
Marint Acc«MOhM 
and Dcctronioa 

Electric Tn^bis 
Motor* 

A Boot for 
Every Budget at 

MERCURY 

MARINE 

800 Cloverdole 
385-1457 

BOATLAND 

. Ofv. of Duncan Boattand 

77 

MERCURY 

MADNESS 

SALE 


M BOATS aa* MABINE 


KIliHAWS 

AUCTION 

FRIDAY 


SPORTING GOODS 



SfMMUTOMATlC, RfMINSTQM 
PmM 74 . -M callbrt. Wmi 


acoaa. aa naw. 


M4»e *4 

tefnatfc 
EAflaM .... 
m7, 0hf 1 




'^!sssrw-% 

3M-}A5, aah for Na. 


LADY'S WIT 
boefi ffovaa. i 

12 Alum, boot - rub-Jg!5Ia 


SUIT, WlTX 
oee. sm. SHna 
Man'a Iwoe. SU. 


!ber dinghy - trailer -! jcusa p«o tank, keoulatok 
Seagull ond 6 H.P. '.g.rff.'-'"''"- 
Evinrud* OB. 


FURNITVBE 


KECOVER NOW 


ta to ttw l a r i a at a ha W ayw a# 
atttorv fMrka and aupoiiaa an 
lai^ *f baat arka*. ^ eovar 


Coma to 

uonotat'- 

t^a laiL______ . 

anr tvoaa of furoltura, hema ar of* 
flea. fSdi uo tfia pfiafia and hava 
our hertta c anay W iet elva raw a 
fraa aaiNoata an any af vaur 
ua h alatarv naada In tna camtofr af 
your egm homa. All work euarafL 
^ MMlntwini alJ Ttlil- 
cum SumlEuiv. 47MK. Mil 
Sooka Rd. naar Jaekim. 


..Jna ooMnaf, aarvar. oval ta^ i 
laavaa. 4 uakol w yad civmTilSOO. 

Aiaa, c r oam care cha i tarflatd a^ 

conpru^lan. SiN. 

477«i4 18, waakdava afiaM._ 

4 • pif(x QflioMe srr. su rToniir 

47f-4iea. 


T\’. STEREO. RADIO 
lULEt ud SCRVICC 

SlblARp 
mint. Id- 

...-.jkine SIM. 

. SD^404 aftar f“ 


Colsniit VtotorU, BC. IXindAy, July M, 1977 ^7 


3USCRLLA.Vr.OES 
rOR SALE ' 

NEW AND USED 


uwd, MO. iTAim._.•rm To« MAt, >l«. Emo. r.ctll 

dtt lan. 4^7141 _I ^ 

COMnONfNT STilCa KEN-|Uir Sl^of 4^kSf^3alr«Tsi9^' 
^ San^ iAMO. Aitac to tSlf. Camaiofo bodraom auftaa 
StF BSdin. from tut. Stnata bada, STto fill.. 

--- Bunk bada. SlJt. Doubta M from' 


5 USCELLANEOUS 
FOR SALE 


BARGAIN 

ANNEX 


MJSCELUiNEOUS 
FOR SALE 


MI CEIJANROITS 
FOR SALE 



AiuTfJrn&i., Mc. »SiI S.t? !»*■ ruUr ilt^w Old-fuhioned 

51(434 rntKE^ «.£• •**■ .'a*!}r.»» 2 h 


USED 


t 9S.00 

t icoo 


3il4-M41 


IS CAMERAS. Sf'PPUrS 
uid PHOTO FINIMHINf't 


PKVT4X KM BLACK WTTH 
F2 LENS A.VD CASE 

W. Bill's Photo Supply 

31'la Sr. Lfathtea on many moral t673 Dougla* 

Contact Jim Squirt u...... o.c.'vi 

ar Kan AU^haii ' ^ Hour* S'0.30 

.... Thur*. and Fri. Ml 


ar SEINSL — 111 IN BOAS D- WATCH FOR OUR 

iSffirfe STORE OPEN-, 

»«, llr*, ttw., wKhor, lift '*«• I •|>J (3 SOON IN 


tta. tandtm trallar, CB radio, low 
hours, Mis. Would teko amoH 
boat In trada. Maka an offar. 
477-1141 


OVER 8 U BOATS 
13'-4e' PO*^S-|AtL 
BANK FINANCINO OTaX. 

OAK BAY BOAT BRDKEIIA 6 I 
1127 Baach Drivo Sl»3m 


DAVIDSON SAILBOATS 
Dll Family Watkandar on Oltolav 
SALE FfllCE SSfl 


LANGFORD. 


NEW AND USED 
El 4 cm. X 4 cm. CAMERAS 
Jte mcradtMa SLX. 
LfCTION IN TOWN. 

dtf ylit l t 

itfr Oov\ 
9 SS- 6 SU 


M T\'. STEREO. RADIO 
SALES a»d SERVICE 

5 

P 

a E 
A C 
L I 
O A 
R L 
E S 

Store-Wide Qeerance 
(We're Remodeling! 
Panasonic Technics 
Color TVa - HS-Fi 
Stereos — Radio* 
Tape Recorders 
Up to 30% Off 


•USED 

Floral ooloRial rest a bad 
and matching chair 1149JO 
] 79.961 Moffat automatic 

. fiAls'ta lif.tsT ^13' fMs. sTf'ta Old-fashioned Oval Sola { 

..-.N..W .Nw Dimatax haa^ vecu- f t mm Apt. sUt frldae 

par channaT Llk. ; ^ ^ | »'»| 

DYNACO ST« AMF.. SM. SONY •*“ 3 driwtT* and' , »3M0 

fc w tapa dack.jw. 3 iS 4 ^' Ranoora FURNITURE LTD. ' tbelves 9149 . 95 ! Vlldng 30 ” deluxe range 

!«• eam^ 3 & 43 if Coffee Tables, reduced to 
aoi^M *» leaaitara. wie ■e-AAM. # x. m‘'V eetlngbouse under the 

IT" SONY TRINITRON, AS NEW, - - -.. ♦ ^ ^ ^ 

urarranty, $450 firm. 31^4411. 77 1 ic 3^^ Unlii. Bdatt. and Box, 1 harveet 

'dual TURNTABLE. NO. 121*4 ,,.e.*t 0R II wS^ra^^ Cvtla.i*^ * 36.95, . __SIOROO 

. 2 spaad, variaMt watar HI Back Oolooial Cbefter- ^*'*®**” 

.- I J^QQ 

pc. bruwn cheetarfleld 
suite 9139J0 


4S1-1V1 


W OIUKTOIM MEAT fl'W- *«« plaid, u 


aad PBOOrCE 

SUMMER MEAT 
SPECIAL 

St tb. barbaqua pack, axctliant tor 
aummar barbaa uaa 


$999.00;” 


•tc. tm 

y?VAST 3 “T 2 SVhS"i 5 K N.W and U.«d Cheslartlalda. ■ 
Lint ^aan. Etc. $394 New Shipment o( 4-0 Units 

Tl># ^Ir 1 44 a klMM 

Moat tradf-ina accaotad. Fraa dail- * 1 W.» 

IQd^faiisiiona. . 4-6 Flat Springs $ 8.96 

Blonde Oak Bedroom Set. 




ir GLASS PLY SOFTTOPt 
)(1f75). 130-270 Volvo I.O.. Cil 
< radio, sieanar aaota, twin wfpora, I 
compoas. bow rails, daluxa traitor. 
Phont batwoan 5 and S p.m. 
47a-af32. 


GAF SOUND SUPER t CAM- 
araa and pralactera, all pricad to 
aall at or naar coat. Hurry, Limit- 
ad Selactlon. 

itOUMG'S 

Selee S Servlee 


7B4 FORT 


auy ttia 

aarvica const wny fmy morsf 
Panasonic 22" (uood) t2W 
Pinaoonlc »' Color seoc. tsm 
Panasonic 34" Color Saoc. S4at 
Low monthly poymonta—Bank ti- 
nancine, l 3 Vt% Imtrost. 

Hi-Fi Equipment 


30 itTaZoTSS: 10 lb. rtam-ijyi.^^Wirtlan^ 
bur^ PBtttaa. 10 lbs. fryine 
J .•<% JMJJ. 

pars 1J43 Olyn Rd., 47»-7t24, Mon.-Sat., 


1821 COOK 


Giant Venus 
Fly Traps 

Now on aalti Ptantarlvm, Lower 
Cemmorco Mall, naxt to Vltw 
Stroat_Pafka^. 3*3-^._ 

TWtN^AMHOOANY BEOS. WITH 

ajjaschfe 

3W-0 X7- 

MULL POOL TABL|, TENT* 
atovi, coteyr Tv. qoa ateva, a^ 

larwr&wiTwisKrX 

iferaQ combination, and chalra, 303 
nyio, ntN^ltanaoua. liM Johnson 

SPEBOOUEEN* A U T O nTa T I C 
wmat^ ond Vtkkio drvor. S3M. 
oftor 4 ajn. 


WASHER AND DRYER. AP- 

4°c£&s&rd4.'r'iKai'!’4»^ 


GnSa A atod auaor hinds, S1.2S a' _ 

WTMoad. 

Mbarta tAut Dk^ibvtora, iiii, *4 horsepower 

triaor^ tfK^siL 


Taetwtics Tumtsbtaa Spaefata. 


LjOGAMBBRRIES 
U-PICK 


GARDEN 

I chanaMa ooriaMa dHhweiahar, 30 
cubic ft. Admiral fraaxar, 3 paY 
I Adidas aoccar boots, alaaa 7 and t, 
old aotf contalnod kitchon caMntt. 
low 00 eaueo train aaf, aapar carri. 
lara blka. ntw alaciric lees, porta- 
bla sawing macMao. baby strollor, 
r split War ahnedMdron, 


I BfttiucM !' *F‘'' mar pniosaiioron, naw 

wc Pkic '^'^'”^ Spanlah tuitar, Naw 


HIOHCROFT FARM 
«S1 OLD WEST SAANICH RO. 

453-3343 

Tha Rnaat fruit Saanich . _ 

^ •J"- SVI •«* iC«)o:T4.cnir. 

SLIS00~4249, SLiaOO DO Auto S33f,' * - 

SLUM 0 . 0 . Ooluxa S3f9. 

Speaker Special* 


30' SAILBOAT^ 
fixad kaal, main, 

' aoinnakar, bottom iutt onti- 


•■ME4T- ATMcCOIXS 

«0»l--4l4Tpr. AJ5-4I75 

KiMEGLASS.' T". L»gSTl!iE»S 

■ ‘ ‘l-fiui**. - ■“ .- 


!!?• I *< 


dinghy. oufboord. traiior. Soc- now. 
, rifka. S4300. Contact Gary, da^, avail 
[3BS-1S17, ntetita 314-2510. 


NEAR 

ipmont 


$05000-423* 


. Sta. $-230 Manziaa St. 


3t?-14U 




BillfilllflS 


CHERRIES 


4.5 h.p. 

$495 

7.5 h.p. 

$635 

9.8 h.p. 

$695 

20 h.p. 

$845 


vlth purrhaaa of ono*o^tha abova 
motors. Dffar good til July 31. 

SERVICE CENTRE 

for Marcurv and Marcruisar 

In Victoria 


In Duncan 


—Full camper top 
—Elec, wiper 
1600 lb. EZ Loader 
- -50 h.p. Merc elec. 
Package Price $4996 

SPECIAL 

HONDA 7V* H.P. 

4 cycle outboard 
$699 


SEVERAL USED FRESH WATER 
cooilna avatama for 12 * to ill 
Marc or ON(!, good condition. 
477-4510. 


RANGI». STOVES 
and FURNACES 


CAL 29 


tion, many axtras. Pries Si*.7S0. 
Duncan — etfica 7444232, raa. 
744-1727. 


DISMANTLING RS<3NT GAS IN 
ataliatlon 3C" ranaa, Fswcott fur- 
naca, hot air ducts, a lbowa. raola- 
ttrs, aaacrlod ataal pipaa and tit- 
fsaaonabH. 

ONE REPOSSESSED AMANA 
radar rang#, micro wava ova 
Opan tor bids. Phona 3IS-3401. 4-S. 


. . -.. . . vnKn,K,=» USED FURNITURE 

ISmm '5i® LambarH, you pick from 0 to 5 'Croon htdaabod. 175; leu. ft. daao 

,SB7000-^S44 pr, Tan^y Chavl^ 4)5 ^ pound P^ad lOc a pound Ook hiffot-china csbl- 

CssetteDecta ^ 


1974 77ty FIBERFORM, 184 MER- 
crulaar. dqpth aovndar CB radio, 
swim grid. Bannatt trtmoianes, 
otc. A-1 coodrtion, sio.aoo. 454 - 1425 . 


FOR SALE: FIREBALL, U 
trapoza-typo aallboat. Fast, com- 
ot«te, offsra to 51150. 3to-1*f1, avo- 
nlnga. 

HOURSfON GLASSCRaFT : 

maon, axcallant condition, i 
custom trptlar, eWsoit offar, $2195 .1 
47«^e4S. 


Technic* RS243 toOC $231,944 
RS430-$27*.H. RU71~«43».*4, 

RS474 SPOC. *479.94. 

Receiver*-Am pe-Tuner* 

Toctwika 5US400 Amp 73wt P.c 
Sbk. *199. STSIOO tufHT 1347. 
ST740e Timor $309. SAS74e RaC 145 
wt. Spac. $799. STSMO Twnar $347. 
Wt $799, $A55M Rac. IS Wt S499, 
$A5440 Rac 4fWt $ 449 , SASdd* Rsc 
sawt Soac $439. SASm wm Rac 
:$3a9, SAi3S0 3* Wt Spac S309, 
S75. Phono 477-09*3.1SA5140 Rec. SPOC S3S4, SAJOiO Rac 

-'l 2 Wt $m. Tanaul Au29a0 Amp 

$129. 

Used Stereo Components 

Ponaronic Roc 4 Spookort $199, 
Dynoco Starao 130 Amp $149. San- 
sul 7M1 Rac $4W, Rotal Rac $149, 
Sanaui Ravorbarator $139, Dual 
1215 Turntabla $79, Else turntabit 
$99. 

Car Stereoe 


RANGE. $71 


FITRNITURE 


MAHRESSES 


14 FT. FIBREGLASS CANOE, 

^ »»maa,'e.F. Goodrkh foam 

xrao. ^0903. _ mattraases guarantead 

Lata* foam 


INVEST IN THE BEST 

INVEST IN REST 

rubber 


$82-1928 


SALES LTD. 

3i 

925 YATES 


SIDNEY 
PROPELLER 
AND MARINE 
POWER LTD. 

Sale* and sarvka for Volvo diaaal. 


r ON; 
ISER, 


TRADE YOUR CAR, BOAT,^ 
TRAILER. CAMPER. MO- 
TORHO^ OR WHAT C ' 

1. 21' REINELL CRUISl 
141 H.P. OMC 

2. 1*'4" STARCRAFT WITH 

as H.p. _=VINRUD€ COM¬ 
PLETE WitM TRAILER 
REG MIDGLEY AAOTORS LTD. 
7f5-l7S6 OL00347A 


;®' 6 " FIBREGLASS BOAT, BUILT-1 

m ftoafafton and ears. CfS. 

1 653-1673, 653-4155. | 

OUTBOARD REPAIR. STERN 
[drive servicing, reasonabl*. | 
477-6134. 1 

lir CLINKER. EXTERIOR RE-1 
jfurbiahed. rtbullt 9 h.p. wieconsln , 
:ootlonel, 6964137. t 

1972 6 H.P. JOHNSON. WITH S- ' 
pxlion tank, $375 or best offer, • 

, 4714777. 

'wanted: tandem TRAILER 

to rent for one weak for 27' boat. 
382-6461 evaninga.. 

.WANTED: VALID C LICENSE. 

1 Call coiiact, 479-3903. 

!new sangstercraft wind- 

jeWeld. 993-1513. j 

1 WANTED: GOOD 30-4P H.P. OUT-' 

1 board. 3*64316. 

‘ BAYSHORE FOR 

AMrma inauranca, vO-fVS i 

iNEW AAERC POWER TRIM ANOi 
lift, complatt, offers. iTB-IISK 

16' ALUMINUM BOAT. AND FAC- 
torv-bullt trallar, $490. 9n-2i5l. 

14' ALUMINUM BOAT. IMO 

3*5 0247 

Ik spobtino goods 

1 

1 ■«— 


rubber auto- 

.variations In 

.weight giving even support th# full 
length of tha apina. Thay art com- 


PWM, •Higia owsie •ii.u. 

Quean $14. King $17.75. Angle Iron 
bod framos with rug rollara $24. 
IMMEDIATE DELIVERY ^ 

GREGG FURNITURE 

2300 Oouslaa 3n-734S 


Cloaad Mondays. Charaax avail 
:abia. 


case M. $4.50 af 3945 Sfwtbourna'MOVINO TO NORTHWEST TER-i 
Straat. jrltoriaa. Must sail avarytning; 

NEW POTATOES. 12 PER SACK. ^25. SSbM 

Aftar 4 p.m., 4095 Pat lay HIgtv 

($1345 ntw. Larga traazar, 4 months 

-..mBI,. I 


way. 


rui I ^pftTATftPc. pce TftMjOW rafrlg^tor, auf^atk washer' 
» $2 p^ iick miSji BSmI?r Jjs*®' 

3015 island view Read. iWooK*^ ^ kitchon chalrt. 


BLUEDERRIES 

Hand pfekad, froah at tha farm In PRIVATE SALE OF ADMIRAL 23 
Duncan. 70 cants per lb. 744-4640.1 cu. ft. frooiar and boskafa, 24x34 

- bavtllad and amboaaad mirror, tn- 

calMno ” '— • ' — 


CLOVER HONEY, 49C LB., 5 LBS. ^ fl^ 

and ovar. Containers extra. ‘. 

9-9410. 


GOVERNMENT INSPECTED 
grain fad beef and lamb for salt. 
471-4457. 


RASPBERRIES, READY 
pickad. Rad currants and blutbar- 
rias. too. Adva nca order. 314- 0934. 

p«i.»Sc°Txi,TcM.'TMfi5 5 *^ 5 ; 

Seoclala on Spookars. I Track ond 1 ^ 

Casaotto with or without radio. ! Bay Hwy. 

Nota: • 


— Summer Hours; 10 a.m.4lFRESH oci 
p.m. dally. Open Til 9 p.m. tJittTiw! 

t Saanich Rd. 


lb. 54«> West 


fiqua catring fixture with S cran -1 
barry alasa gWbas, bast offar, sav- 
oral pra. pra-1930 drapaa. framad 
plcturaa, collacters Hams, mahoga¬ 
ny china cabinat wHh glass doors, 
mlac. furniture and gardan toola. 
Phone 393-0007. 


3-pce. $156.00 

Queen-fize Matt and Box ' 
$256.00 

Hide-A-Beds, from $129.96 
Double Pedestal Walmit 
Desk, arb. top $106.96 

Trade-ins accepted 

Come and Browse Around 

FREE DELIVERY 

A DIVISION OF 
STANDARD FURNITURE 

753 VIEW ST. 

38Z-511I 

RENT 
COLOR TV 
$19.95 
Per Month 

Deluxe Model. Automatic Faaturta 

388-6264 

Open Waaknlahts Hit 9 p.m. 

Sat. to 4 P.m. Sun noon-5 e.m. 

cn^ifQdi 6(3 

716 


COLOR TV 

MONTHLY PAYMENTS 
Start In Nevambarl 

3 FULL YEARS 
WARRANTY 


14" Mu« 
» C 


10-YEAR EUROPEAN HEALTH 

STssio #lty ?*^‘ **** 

iM>60 WINDOWS, WROUGHT 
Iron stolr ralllnes. aluminum 

lyndn^hfba._dwao. 59l-n4. _ 

HOMEMADE OO^RT WITH 3 
h.p. motor, aaking $75. Phono aftar 

I e.m.. 3t2.»2S._ 

14 'i^UMINUM FREIGHT~BOX. 
SBS-ISSI. 


1 ~ 4' STAINLESS STEEL 

candy com, with Insert*. Phono 
oftor 5 . 3SH219. _ 

ELECTRIC LAWN MOWER, WITH 
catcher, $5D, lanm odoor Electro- 
— ..radio, 477-3957. 


lux $25, O Mamobllo r _ _ 

2 BRITISH INDIA RU^S~14xi 6 
and SxIO. Perfect condition, SIJXIO 
both (112) 24S-9736. 


BEAUTIFUL AUTHENTIC EN- 

THREE. 2” BY 2* RECESSED 
fluoreacont lights, S5 ooch. Phone 
477-4171. 


*arts anoLAborl' 
luM pomwo tm.9S 

Down $14.39 Per Month 
ir' OoKixo PortaWo $449.95 

|l* Dew* $».» Par Month 
30" TaMo Medal Tv $4*9.95 

^$25 Down jnd $lf.93 Per Month 
TS’^Daiux* Conom Style $599.95 
»5 Do^ tg»d %2*M Per month 
30" Ramoto Control Sot STM 

, $25 Down and $33.49 Par Month _ 

l-AHGE VIKING FRIDGE, 1300. 
Speed Ooeen washer and drvar. 
34 AWhIy Payments Starting | ^. 31 Bu*hbv^ 3 »^ 3 i. 

j HUMAS 'toilet for SALE^ 
brand new, stin in the box. 1650. 

; 31*0373._ 

{LARGE HEALTHY BOSTON 
* fern with adiustable hanger, S50. 
477-4554._ 

TELEVISION. CAMP COT. LAWN 
furniture, crMuet set. electric 

orase ado tr. 2t5-2l4D. _ 

ENGAGEAAENT AND WEODING' 
ring. $125; StS-SOIfaftar 4. 


Cn^lrQClg (3 


ibinat tala- 

vlskn, $50; Ornetta setTssO; Book¬ 
shelf. $30: Coffee and and-taWe 
set. *150. On* paic... tabi* l#^, 
$40; Sinoer Sewing machine, $7S: 
Sanym AM-^ recalvar amolffier 
and speakers. $75. BSR hirnteble, 
$50. 593-^. 


Independent Bu>’er 8 
Discount Service 
n83-1780 

939 Esqulmait Rd. 


LOGANBEKKIES, UJO A CRATE. JJUS^ont' MSrWIr'‘olSi 

one mettres* Queens* 

; 55c a tb. 452-2044. _ , micro wav*, dishtt. bar 

r LOGANBERRIES. PICK VOUR JSl' 

_ wnter. p^ablosu 1 cof^ tbtrfe, 1 


I LOGANBERRIES. 

I e*-n this AAondav 
1 4951 Veyants* Rood 


SPERRY TOPSIDERS 
Canvas Deck Shoes 
Men's and ladies’ 

Reg. $15.96 N'OW $12.96 

BCSUNSLOCKKPP 

580 Johnson St. 386-1308 


CATALINA 
SAIL BOAT 
22, 27, 30 

HORWOOD MARINE 
823 PANDORA 
385-1451 


SHOOT FOR FUN 
AIRGUN HEADQUARTERS 
GERMAN—WeiHRAUCH— 
INGLISH—WEBLEY 

SUPER SEl-ECnON 
RIFLES — SHOTGUNS — 
PISTOLS 

Win. mod. M4 .33 cal., choie* of 
two, $299; Ithka .243 Bushnoil 4 X, 
$394; Browing 30^, 3x9, Leoupetd, 
$450; Win. .»• auto., 4X, $325: 
ParkerHala 30.06, $199: Rugor t't 
30.40 Krag, $200; Win. RCMP, $499; 
SavaM lavor .300, $119. 
SHOTGUNS: Win. mod. 12, $275: 
Rem. 12 g, auto. 3" mag. $240; 
Rem. 13g, pump, $145; Czech- 
BRNO 12e 0/U, $340; ClesNc 12g 
IdWe. French cased. $369. PIS- 
TO(^; Dan WtMon .357, $279: Xolt 
!.45 auto., $339; P3$, 9mm, $149: 

I Lugar 9mm.. $295; Colt S-A, .45. 
7vy' bar., $459. 

( FREE 1 YR LAYAWAY PLAN. 

1307 Broad St 38>3429 


VILAS 

GENUINE 
\TLAS FURNITURE 
WE SHIP 
Anywhere in B.C. 
Brochure chi Request 


All new Embergkpv 
Qnish 

CONTINENTAL 
FURNITURE 

716 Johnson St. 386-2458 




SAGERS' 


1M-3M1 

iin 

MVBinetT 


RENT 
TO OWN 

1977 20" 
ELECTROHOMB 
COLOR TV 

NOTE; Rant to own alae avail- 
abia for 26" conaoia TV, 

'j vaar warranty on elf parti and 
labour and 4 vMr warranty plan 
on tha picture tub*. Call 

CITY CENTRE TV 

OPEN 10 A.M. —9 P.M. 

4 DAYS A WEEK 
477-4971 

Next to K AMrt in tha MaH 


'new CUU. PORATOES. $3 FOR 

. mixed *lz*. $2 tor smaiT ifr 100 1 b. 
lack. 1143 Son Juan. 477 - *~ 


RASPBERRIES 

^aiHy freah pkfced, thert aaaaen 
and! soon. Plea** ohona 3S4-093i. 


FOR OkANAGAN FRUIT 
Bill Baylev'* Garden Centre, 
3 locations. ' 47»-«t23. 


33"-b* d. 1 flee r p oiishar. 4 7 t-4749. 

HOUSE FULL OF FURNITURE, 
stereo ^saw. It" c^or TV, living 
and dining room suit*, dinette 
suH*. master bedroom suit* net 
inch'dina bed, brbiim raciiner. dec¬ 
orative metal thelfino, etc. Phona 
S92-47H after ^ 



134 Johnson 

314433$ 

Vl^i* 


SURGICAL NECK STRETCHER, 
oldar aiectrtc Viking* racord 
FOR I Fl*Y*r. ^ MMtl* AAA-FM radio. 


FINAL ORDERS TAKEN ^ .. 

picked respberries. Phone 452-1534. l»<* »>•<:> res* with arms, 

-- orass racord stand, miscallar>aous 

'other piece*. 464 10>1 


BILL BAYLEY WILL BUY 
your local product. 47$-*$22. 


COLOR 
TV SERVICE 

Overhaul SPECIAL $59.95 
plus parts <we make this 
offer once each year). Butler 
Brother* Television Service 
383-69U 


UnsCELLAVEOUS 

FOR SALE 


, SMITH-CORONA MODEL 2300 
■ alectnc typewrlipr, Coronamatic, 
cartrldoa model, chaogc ribbon In 
second*. Regular and carbon-type 
ribbon piuf colour*. New price — 
$319. Ashing $SS0. 477-3007. 


TWO TWIN BEOS WITH HEAD- 
boards. good condition, SftS aach. 
Two dressars, S4S and. O^ 
chest of drawars, $25. Ona oc¬ 
casional ewival rocker, $35. 
M2-3272. 


FOR SALE: KENA40RE SEWING 
machine, chesterfield tune, km 
rloa-um toys, radar detector, sin¬ 
gle box spring, luggaga, shop va¬ 
cuum. todge, stove and dryer. 
479-5553. 


SOLID <3AK EUROPEAN CHINA 
cabinet; beautiful old oak hall 
' ' ,. bedroom suite, mahogany 


SUMMER SAVINGS i _» - 

NOW AVAILABLE ' h UrOrClOIl 8 

sr swLFJsyfiE 5 * 11 - r Sporting; 6 oo<ia 

E 


17' HARPOON SAIL 
BOSTON WHALERS 
TRAILERS — ENGINES 
PLEASURECRAFT SALES—477- 

9424_; 

SACRIFICE SALE. 20' SAILBOAT, 
sloop, rigged. • horaapower c 
board. traTlar. good Mils with i 


HHtoWa at Omora 
^ an-sii5 


ISLAND 
HUNTERS SPECIAL! 


spinnaker. portaW* stove, siMPing V/i^haster Model 94, 30-30 rifle 
cushion*, etc. Hull raquires minor with on# box of shells. Only 


MAnRESSES ' MAIS 


39" mettress and box spring start¬ 
ing at $79.95. Sofa and chair start¬ 
ing $229.95. Complete turnlshlngai 

In Slock. ACTIVE FURNITUREL. , . 

f.! 5 T 5 |BuTORs, 5444 D.vid SI. Calof ar Block-White 

« 1 TV'S *t PENNIES per day 


FURNITURE and APPLIANCES 

RENT 


KILSHAWS 
AUaiON 
FRIDAY 

Alum boot - rub- yictqrlan' sbfai Compfei# brass 
ir\iuiii. ULXJi ruu fifqpTic* sat. Occasional tables. 

ber dinghy - trailer - * 5 ^ 25 . 

Seagull ond 6 H.P. 

Evinrude OB. 

Also 

Fine Furnishings 

m 


SWAG LAMP. TOASTER OVEN, 
waffle Iron. S-soong* rubber cush- 
ions, 22" bv Z2", 3 of 20" by 2o’^. 9 
lb. can catting resin, Irish care 
wool, whit* Canadian*. Shamrock 
Oeobv war*, 412, 9920513. 


FRONT PORCH SALE — AN- 
tiqua 4' bathtub. 2 year old kitchon 
caotnets with sink * 3 " and It" 
long, chairs, student desk, doors, 
etc. 1121 Woodstock Av*. 


FLOWERING 

HOUSE 

PLANTS 

Hundreds of verletles now In 
slock. Piantarium. Lower Com¬ 
merce Mail, next to View Street 
Parked*. 3*3-4222. 


Compton's 

Pottery 

CLOSING OUT 
SALE 

Pottery and contents 
kilns, bricks, wheel, chemi¬ 
cals, etc. Finished pots, sta¬ 
tionery and jewellWy. dis¬ 
play fiictures. All at Oomfp 
t(X)’s Pottery, McDonald’s 
Faim, Oordova Bay Road. 
^&^582, evenings. 


CEMENT MIXER WITH MOTOR 
on bOM. $10. 3I2-3I47. 


MISCELLANEOUS 

WANTED 


PS 


'.'THE PLASTIC SHOP" 

2105 DOUGLAS ST., 3*4-1477. ONE 
STOP SHOPPING FOR ALL 
PLASTIC PRODUCTS, IndUKtriel 
Plastics. 


FREEZERS 

It cubic foot chest type, t3M.M. 
174 upright frMZtrv $349. AC¬ 
TIVE FURNITURE DISTRIBU¬ 
TORS, S644 Devtd St. 3 l 2 -a 374 . 


rNQLIS 

Major Appliances 

FrM delivery and Installations 


/miNG SALE — SUPER LOW 
olbcoufTt prlc** on brand naw chea- 
tarfiald suite*, ^a bad*, rectlners 
and chafra, dining and dinette 
suites, bedroom groupings, 
mattress ond box spring sets, m- 
lectlon of ocoe**Mn*( furniture 
such as chest of drawers, corner 
whttnols, plant stands,* desks, 
dreaaars etc., * 1*0 solid wood 
maple Hnlsn furniture for dlnino 
and bedroom, Fronch Provincial 
white and gaid places, refrigar- 
e t a r *, frooters, dishwashers. 


approved credit. Omo daily 
9:30 q.m.-$:X p.m. Friday avonlno 
'til 9 p.m. Apply in parson 704 
Vlaw St. Bssamant Norwood Home 
Furnishing Salts. 


E 4 TO»fS 

kMRBKXJSE 

STORE 

749 Vl*w St. 



LUNDS 


AUCTIONS 

Tuesday — 7 p.m. 
Friday —1:30 p.m. 
APPRAISAl^ 
For All Purpose 
386-3308 


WE WANT YOUR GUN 
RIFLE, SHOTGUN 
OR HANDGUN 

CASH FOR ALL MODEI^ 


Since 1(29 
VANCOUVER ISLAND'S 
LARGEST 
GUN SELECTION 

11307 BROAD 385-3429 


I QUESTION 

! Who has the 1977 Hunting Reguia- 
; tlons and tags? 

ANSWER! 


CAKE F<MM$ & CAKE PILLARS 
-> Mad* her* in Victoria lust for 
you at THE PLASTIC SHOP. In¬ 
dustrial Plastics Ltdo 2105 Douglas 
St., Victoria, 314-1477 or 44B Wal- 
lac* St. Nanaimo. 75M11A 


CLEARANCE SALE 
New and floor demonstrator office 
furniture, desks, chairs, file cabi¬ 
nets, etc all at grMtiy reduced 
prket, 3*3^1233 or nights and 
wMkands. 477-8277. 


ww.—, -.c hope chests, weddings, 

Most trade-ins accaptad. Call and I ttc., needs this addition. l9-ploca 

compare our prices. Ralph's Appli -1 »et of stainless steel waterless 

snee, 1343 Glyn Rd., 479-7124, : cookware, must be at saert- 
Mon.-Sat,, 9-7 P.M. flee price. Terms ovailaMa. 

-3*50637. 


itWlVFs 

S74 YATES ST. 3*3-2422 

(Across from tha Post Office) 


THE SALVATION ARMY 
.Needs your re-usable cloth¬ 
ing, furniture and household 
goods. "Help us to help 
others." Family Thrift 
Stores. Victoria, Sidney and 
Langford. For pickup — 
586-3295. 


XA/AQMPDQ rVDVPD^i'^-'^"- WANTED; FUR COATS AND 

yy/Noncr\D - I/K « PINjIunIVER^L TRADIMO centre iockels. To be sold on a consign 


COLOURED TELEVISION. 30"'CHINA 
remote control^ $4M. Snooker | S60._2 l^r^ 


Rebuilt, guaranteed, free detlvery.; S 4 Johnson, uostalrs Warenoi'sa 
Also: Inglis, Kanmore, Whirlpool Bargains. .Toot* furnlturf. am 
washers and dryers wanted, work-|tigp*S- curios, olasswear.. oictures. 
Im or not. Ralph's Appliance R*-iU?^Jfft 

pairs, 479-7*34. Aton.-S*t. 9 a.m..7 a3-t5t2. We Buy. and irade. 

I ARMLESS OAVENO *60; SINGLE 
rABiueT «rti ift rtAir mattress and box spring 


*75; 


WE5TREK 
FOR WATERBEDS 

15 yr. mattress warranty 
eSA approced heater 
Wide Selection of Frame* 
&I9 Joh»on St. 3886654 


MUST SELL. HIDE-A-BEO, $290; 
ooffqe and end table, $SS; 3 table 
lamps, $40; 1-3 position recHner, 
9125; chasleriald and chair. $100; 
5-Ptac* dinnettc, tSO; l dresMr 
with mirror, $50; 1 compact vacu¬ 
um, $300; velvet paintings. 382-ttM 
call anytime. 


SOFAS FROM $139.95, CHAIRS 
from $74,50, bean bass from $49.95, 
In beautHui uptxMstary velvets in a 
wide renoa of colours. Custom 
orders weicom*. "Snakes", Market 
Squere, phone 3I3-33S5. 


meintenence. 3 S^ 53 ^. 


STERN WHEELER HOUSEBOAT, 
fompiele with stele room, gelley, i 
with oil stove, head with shower,. 
wheeihouM. Arrangements can be| 
mad*, perfect live-eboerd. Jason, 
3*5-1211. 9 $. _ 

16' FIBREGLASS OVER PLY- : 
wood, cabin, 40 hOTM power Jonn- 
son, 5 hors* power extra motor on 
trailer, CB and sounder, good 

shape. 91,000. 47 $- 935 *._ 

14' ' PETER^OUROUGH PLUS 
trailer, oak ribbed, glasa ever - 
cedar, electrts start, controls, 
ears, red holders. 9300 . 3*5-2595. 
after 5. 

16' 'glassed SAILING DORY, 
varnished trim. Moored at Oeeo 
Cov*_ VSarin*. 9350._656-6$51._ 

17' WOOD WITH FIBREGLASS 
bottom, smatl cabin, 40 horsaoow-, 
f outboard. 3*4-2169 o r 3*44)489. j 

1977 MERC 9* NEVE'r^USEoT 
still in box. extra proes. 5 gallon 
eas tank. SIOO. 47S-1229. 


NEW 

MANAGEMENT 

Watch For Our 

OPENING SPECIALS SOONII 

Sea Trek Dive 
Centre 

629 Dunedin 
3M-7S2* 

BILLIARD TABLES 


>PIECE BROWN TWEED LIV- 
ktg room suite, $250. Class top oof- 
fa* and end tabia» $30. 2 lamps, 

' 910. Single bed, mattreu. 
SHkawer dresser with mirror $50. 

I No. 102 1165 Yates after 4 p.m. 


385-2435 1821 Coak 


MARANTZ, YAMAHA, DUAL 
DAHLQUIST, SAE. TEAC, BIC 
COMPLETE AUDIO SERVICE 
for all make* and models 

388-6564 


CAR SOUND 

AM-FM radios, tap* players, cas- 
Mttt and * track in-dasn radio- 
tap* player. Jensen speakers. On¬ 
premise installations. 

B.C. SOUND and RADIO 
SERVICE 

931 FORT 313-4731 


TV RENTALS 

14-30" Colour^ 

Cokxtron 


COLEUS 
PLANTS 

New seif'branchlno hybrids, bril¬ 
liant foliage. On sal* now! Pian¬ 
tarium. Lowqr Commarc* Mail 
Next to Vlaw Straat Parkad*. 
38>d222._ 

BAR FRIDGE, EXOElXEtiT CON- 
ditlon, $100; slaaper lowaseet, $50; 
RCA •*" colour TV, $120: blu* 
floral sofa Mir and haaaock, $150; 
solid wood table and 4 chairs, 
$300. 31*4413. 


roTTwre conTTOl. *400. Snookar mo. z large piat* ptass mirrors, l i>#tialn* 3460 Quadra Mi-3I52 
1 table, naw W iJa* with all accas-! 32X54. 30x60. $40 each. Billiard i c22d™/(to^v*.“^haro*x *va^l- 
isorie*. $ 2 * 0 . Hida^bad $250. • **bl* and accesaories, two. Larg -1 ;52*® 

' 592-4573 after 6 P.m. cst size Faltom hot tray. $90. G.e. *”*• ,, ■, ■ 

aiactrlc knife, $10. Swedish style BILLIARD TABLES 

console, black and whH* T.V., 23", Throe 6x12 Brunswick billiard 
960. 477-4472. ‘ - . 


TWO DESKS, ONE DARK OAK. 
975 and $25. Two antiqu* light oak 
chests of drawers. 9100 aach. On* 
antique tlgar-strlped bamboo book¬ 
case. 9125. Offars considered. 
59*-1715. 


I MOVING — MUST SELL S-YEAR-Ulto HARRIET 

aL .4 -.-■ ■ 


{old wringer-wash^, 925; gold shM, 
113x1, $40; beige carpet, 12x9. $50; 


C.B. CLEAROUT 


MUST SELL THIS WEEK — 
Household effects, fridg*, 4-monttv 
okt stove, chestertiald, Duncan 
Phyfe tabl* and chairs, many 
other articles. 1719 Bank St., 9 
*.m.-4 p.m. 

oJCragFIale 

All kinds of odds and and*. Ptants, 
records and household goods. 2529, 
3iS.9in Gardan St., after S p.m. Toes, and 
Wed. 


after 5 p.m. 


• rMt ' i'dvIa' tin 5 * 4 . 97 * I ^"“YRC »Av compl*t# with stock 114 cu. FT. SELF DEFROST 

rro tymed I 2 xi 0 . 160. 595-2730.'^ preamp mika* $100: l^fohn- 1 fridge, $150; Maytag washer, IIOO; 

-, son I23A AAessengar, ideal for<GE stove, $50; GE dryer, $x, 

mebU* or b*s* $90; 11 hidc-a-wey bad, SM. students desk, 
. H weva antenna $35. or I $15. 595-7522. 
whole works $300. Pleas* 


WHITE PROVINCIAL BEDROOM , "‘•■'jne, 
suite, almost new double bed, two 
rrodern whit# velvet chairs, heno- t™ * „ 
ing basket chair for sale after; Phene 479-1029. 
5:30. 3**-«563. -- 


FOR CAMPER, CUPBOARD AND 

stainless steel sink with 10 gallon 
water tank and pump, $I25. 
3t6-6993. 


NEVER BEEN USED. 13 CUBIC 
feet froet-trae fridge, 30" deluxe 
raw, 4-cycl* dishwaeher, all ter 
$1000. 47B-7SI9. 


Major Appliance* and Caiv 
pet at contractor price*. 


McDOXALDS SUPPLY 
ab'dTck~^«et^number 336 1 ^10 Gorge Pui. E 386-674*> 


MusU 


ment basis. Old and new styles ac¬ 
cepted. Ph. 595-5432 (M-S). Closed 
Mondays. 

W A N T E 0 TO BUY—TOOLS, 
fridge, stoves, and all household 
effects. We also buy estates, lust 
calf 477-2*66. 


LOOKING FOR BOOTHS CHINA 
made in Enqland. Blue British sce¬ 
nery. No. A8024. Pleas* call collet 
after 5, 204**5-6453. 


HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS WANT- 
*d. you have It. we'll boy it for 
cash. Esquimalt Trading and 
Thrift. 388-6542. 


RIGA HAS IT 


and Rex Rotary Nember 1515 pla -1 
ttmaker^ plus supplies. S3600. i 

Pho^tfMKS.-jj^ ^ "Cntx" ,«)fic» on 

LIVE TO COLLECT YOUR FIRE'upholstery work ordered' this 
insurance. Install a snwka detactor i month. 

today. Call 383-40M for%wr* Infer* Por >n homa astUnatas call RIGA 
1 UPHOLSTERY, 313-7421. 

NOW IN AAARKET SQUARE 


SUMMER SALT NOW ON. 2 
weeks only. Washers, dryers and 
ranges for sale. Fully guarantead 
for 6 months. From 975. Fra* 
delivery. 1729 Cook St. 3*5-3033 


mation. 

FOR SALE,~2 WORl^NG RE^ 
frigarators, 2 oil burning stoves, 1 
chain saw, 24" arm. 1 typewriter. 
595-1265 


IS YOUR HOME SECURE? HAVE 
dead bolt locks professionally In- 
sta led from under $35. 

PRICE'S LOCK AND SAFE LTD. 
147 Fort Street 344-4105 


TRY THE BLUE URN 


PLANT SALE 


mtkA A? .i.n.jiXr Ar,.iu-, JwTi. 11 X wiearance saw. riamarium. uower 
Cbfhmerc# MelL next to View 
seven diys, 1133 Fori. 3*2-991 3. * Mreet P*rk*d#.*>134222. 


El-ECTRTC TYPF:\\THTKR 

Portable. "Smith-Corona Elactra 
120" seldom used, $200. 477-4439. 


2S0GALLON OIL 
ISJlOO B.T.U. oil 
3*4-7640. 


HOME GREENHOUSE 
47^8807 


ABSOLUTELY UNIQUE. YES, 
unlqu*i Hand crocheted from fin* 
silk thread. Badapraads, tabl* 
covers. People with taste or appre¬ 
ciation, end can afi^d StOO end 
UP. Phone 3*4-4292 aftar A 


BEAUTIFUL LONG. WHITE, 
dress with matching long slaavtd 
coat, size I2, $ 210 , new, only worn 
once. Best offer. 479-4MI, after 7 
p.m. 


SUMMER SALE DAYS AT "RE- 
peat Performanca." Fantastic sav¬ 
ings on coats, pant suits, dressas. 
ate. 1555 Oak Bay Av*., 11-5, 
closed Mpnday*. 


ANY CONDITION 
Hida-a-bads. overstuffed furniture. 
Wii buy or ramov# free. 3*5-83*5, 
3*8-6275, pager 732 an^lme. 


GIANT ANTIQUE, BOTTLE AND 
Coilectabi* Shew and Sale. July 
3Qth and 31st. 10 a.m.-S p.m., Juan 
de Fuc* Curling Rink. )7U Island 

SMC ELECTROSTATIC 144 CO- Admis sion.- 

oier plus supplies. Low ua* me- Et(5HT-LIGHT CHANDELIER 
china, $500. Phone 471-9595. ! with prisom, $75; older treadle 

sawing machine, $79J0; Menket 


12' BY ir GREEN WOOL 
hardtwist rug and underlay, $ 200 . 
I' by 10' groan shag rug and un- 
dtrlav. $50. Both clean and lika 
new. 598-3471. 


LARGE DISPLAY CASE, PLATE 
g I* s s with redwood trim, 
4^x119"; counter with storage 
soac*. view at 135 Kannam Street, 
or Phone 746-4*31. or 743-5099. 


BEAT THE HIGH PRICE. LAWN- 
mowers repaired. Used lawnmow- 
ers for sale, locks repaired. 479- 
3261. 


CASH FOR POCKET BOOKS IN 
good condition — novels, mys¬ 
teries. science fiction, etc. Eva- 

n lngs 3*3-9316. _ 

OLD CAR BATTERIES. RAOIA^ 
tors, copptr, brass, lead. 383-132*. 
5 26 David. _ 

WANTED: OLD PAINTINGS, 

water color*. Some damaged ones 
acceptable. ^82-4636. 

W A N T E D ; OLD-FASHIQNED 
table lamp, suitable for Tiffany 
la mp shade. Pleasa phon* 383-OW. 
CASH PAID FOR WHOLE 
households and individual Items. 
Attica, 384-1644. 


OLD POSTCARDS, OLD JEWEL- 
ry. pocket watches, etc. 595-7567 or 
3*^11. __ 

WANTED: INDIAN TEEPEE 

with poles, about TI ft. diameter, 
477-6164. 


WANTED: TYPING DESK IN 
good condition; reasonable. 
USt-bO?]. 


ILA’ 


OOO 


SHUFFLEBOARDS 
SUPPLIES, CUES 
Direct-Factory to You. 
3*4-3332 517 Kelvin Rd. 


HIDE-A-BEDS 


AAAHOGANY DINING ROOM 
suite, large table. 6 chairs, side¬ 
board with mirrorad bar cupboard. 
t*S0. 385-3717. ‘ * 


VERY LARGE BEAUTIFUL WAL- OUTDOOR INCINERATOR BAR- Gi,.' '$40 ''A.MI's BargaW’iieO • iTiTli." 

,not desk. 1300; sfano chair, $40. Tg rals, ready to use. Free dallvarv. Quadra, 3*4-3152. Closad Mondays. irL:''rT : cci i /m r.' aoLnwe ta 

!^.ENWOOp_„ CASSETTI.. DECK, view call Ms. Pelfray. M8-42IL _ Charoex aroHiWa^^^^ monoays, S^.^EngJilh ajfctnc fry pan, $ 20 . | SELL OLD BOOKS,. TO 


SWIVEL . ARM CHAIR. I 


__ Electric iron $10. Set of stainless! Haunted Bookshop. 3*2-1427 

_: > ■« ' 0 E 5 “aIJH' p-REEZERS 

2-YEAR-OLO COMPACT VACUUM bought. S98-7422. All-Temp. 


Cffic* Supplies 


compile wlih all attachments and.' 


COLUMBIA 22. FULLY 
aguippad. 4 sails, outboard, 

dinghy, $72D0^_«'^. _ 

FOR SALE, 15' SAIL BOAT 
(^||gv),^ 2 S 0 . Call coltact after A 


1966 JOHNSON 40 H.P. LONG 
Shaft, elactromatic, controls and 
tank. 479-7576. 


21' CAMPION, 1974 SKEENA 170 
O. M. C.. fresh-wttar cooled, 
moor age I ncluded. 656-4 527. 

IhFT. clTnker boat Tn- 
board motor. Phon* aftar 5. 

6 SA ^1 _ 

20 FT. OAYSAILER, 
keel, lightening rig, new dec, 
h.p. outboard. Offers. 595-1190. 
I974~ 7' ' REINELL,” 75 ’and’ 10 
h.p. engines, ierg* Roadrunner 
frailer, i3,900. 478-2955. 

ir CABIN 'cruiser^ 'fibre- 

oiass over yellow cedar, lights, 
horn, ate. $995. 47*-870t. 


f wTOWMPul 

• kRTvcS” 

BROWNINGS! 

Coed saiactien of guns and knives. 
574 Yates St. 3*3-2422 

(Across from th* Poet Offic#) 


RIMIHC DIVERS Ltd. 


SALE 

SPECIAL bOW PACKAGE PRICE 
Regular and Gauge with calypso 

comoensater plus tank end boot.-,-,- 

Quantjties ar* limited. Inquire at IMMACULATE DROPLEAF MA- 


5 DRAWER CHESTS, WALNUT 
finish, buy of th* week $59.**. 
Tllllcum Furniture Warehouse 
Sales. 124 Johnson St. 3I8-4613. 


GOOD COTTAGE FURNITURE. 
Chesterfield and chair, matdtad. 
Occaeionel chair. M3-9149. 


EXTRA LONG SINGLE BED, 
with headboard. Nearly new. $75. 
3*6-7^ before noon. 


DINETTE SET, GREEN. Ex¬ 
cellent condition. 4. swivel chairs, 
$175. 477-4616. 


th* Shop. 

fTx’ed _ 

WATER SKI 
RENTALS 


dinir 


S-239). 


and four 


BCSUHS LOCKED Lip 


SOFA AND CHAIR. NEAR NEW, 
S400. Lamp, 15. B end W TV, $40. 
3*4-65*5. 

SINGLE BED PLUS^WICKER 
headboard; larga 
offar takes all 


_--p * 1 VW v«ii 'n». r-^n, vy. 1 . $5.95. 3*3-132*. 

Modal KX720, Dolby, FM Dolby, J.H. WHITTOME CO. LTD. -- 

bias, equalizer switches, chrome -- --- - _ - ^ ^ ^ 

jwltcn, p«k ifldlcMo, ani) m*mo- ? CHEST OF DRAWERS, DRESS- yFS-'SlSfe"*’ •*"' 

ry. Super ferrid# heads, one month *73 ’•P**- .^arouk rug. Phone 3*8-9079. _ .. 

old ^.w price $W.95. asking $275. , ?,.^o1oor roll top dask. re- CARP^' TREND ^ _, hassock. $200. Phon. 3*2-5356 after 

..... w,..',. - ' ®! Sliinn«r And Langford ANTIQUE BRASS BIRO CAGE 4:30 p.m. 

SHARP STUDIO QUALITY, SINGLE BED AND AAATTRESS: ■ West), 3*6-7501 ._ with stand. 940; douW* bookcast 

Hrack recordling and playback ^**1*' 22' wii^, $4*6" tall. r'eMr trailfb sippps 'a 'i/i bed with spring, 925: Viking iyar, 

deck, finest $track deck made, ci^es ciosei w.th drawers, SLtbPS a. ig .. 

Automatic progrem, scanning sw i ^s^-as/e. 


6 , 


D^JjAASHER, UNDERCOUNTER Qp j Scimei books, 1«. ^0 I -—- 

mlxlno^$JS0^477.3007.- - |JrSi'miSj.lf'oia WATERBEDS 


950. J77-^. 
POPULAR 


MECHANICS AND 


SAND FILTER AND PUMP FOR , 
swimmlno pool, ntw. 1200. M,000 
B.T.U. propane pool heater, almost 
new. $225. 479-3110. 


HITACHI LUMINAR I 20" COLa S a5-»876. ____ 

VIKING. 15 CUBIC 
.Pyj. ^**2 in. Sum- foot chest freezer, $190. Beaver 
AAin ».# |♦•bl* saw. $ 100 . chestaf4fald end 

ATLAS STEREO AND TV ' chair, S30. S9$-23tl. 

763 Fort St. ^ 3$$-2712 aro-s-'. 


> lion, 91*5 or offers. 474-1*45. 


MUST SELL, WIKB NEW SANSlil I ch^.^f^o^KH^jTla'sM: 
front loedinq cassette, with Dolby,' 

new price HOOO. Asking *1490. call | UNMRWOOO ELECTRIC TYPE- 
*nvttm« tat.uas 'writer. oNic* modal. $190. Ex- 

c e 1 ^ n t condition. Telephone 


Dvnaco M Power Amp. Thorens 
T014I turntaW*. Pro Linear Stag* iHOOVER 


__ SPINrORY WASHER. 

lOOX Speakers. Ask for Dave, after »®o^ condition, *73. Oldar Viking 
5 p.m.. 477-6736. needs fbermostat. $25. 

HITACHI,~~PHIUPS~N0R6SC0.' - -- 

-— - - 'BEATTY WRINGER WASHER. 


SLATE POOL TABLES FROM 
$579 and Shuffle boards L. G. <C 
Enterprises. 47*-$S59. 


2 USED GENERATORS, 1 ONAN 
LSKW, 1 McCulloch t.S KW. 
3*2 -*29l. Gib s on Pow e rcreft, 
GENERAL ELECTRIC SPIN DRY 
washing machin*, like new, $91 
477-2271. 


FOR SALE: INGLIS AUTOMATIC 
washer and dryer, white, $300 
cash. 47$d779. 


postcards. 474-1397. 


SINGLE BED AND MATTRESS. 
$60. 6 -drawer mirror drassar. S90. 
very nice student desk and 
niched chair. $100. 3*2-9939. 


TAP PON COUNTER TOP 
rang*. Apartment-elz* McClary 
refrigerator. Bathroom aoaca 
aavar. 1>4-6*9S. _ _ __ 

12-PLACE SETTING DENBY- 
wara Shamrock oattarn, floor poi¬ 
ishar. Vilas couch cusNons. assort- 
ad shtlving, 6 ' 2 " door. $9^T51$ 


for 10 yaars, $250. 3*4-9206. 


_478-7345 DAY O R NIGH T_ 

CHILDREN'S SAND BOXES, 
4'x4'xt" with sand SIS. Oalivarad. 
3*>097A 


NEW AND USED WOODEN BAR- 
rtit, plastic palls, ataal drum* 
3*3-132*. 


USED BOOK BARGAINS! MUST 
movt. Hard covers, 2Sc; paper- 
backs . ISc. Open IK 1211 wh a rf. 
HOUSEHOLD UTENSILS. CANOE, 
toolsi furniture. Good shape, rea¬ 
sonable. Ted; 3*2-6661. 


NEAR NEW HEAVY DUTY WES- 
tinqhouse dryer, good condition, 
$?M. 47B-2O30. 


S *0 Johnson St 


_frsezar, $290. Phons 313^1692 before 

DOUBLE BED, $40. STOVE. $ 4 $. ‘ 10 a.m. or efter 6 p.m. 

bull. Shoo around and compar#.'BEATTY WRIftoER WASHER, bridge, $30. Drassar, $1$ 3jk5-23M. ce.cp CARD PROGRAMABLE 

T3nSrTV*5irfk"?r,"i=»uVrF Wl-E . CHESTERFIELD accaviHEINAMAN UPRIGHT PIANO, 

suit*, coffee taw., drvv. excetlsnl sh«>e. $125. •PPOintment to visw, 

’w-siafjw T" .lorwED-FORTss^ 

— • -- SSi!,' .,rj,*L,I5r aTSIbu new. 3 months oM 26" consol* TV, .- - — - motor, cast iron table. $t2C. or demolition, house at 7*5 Wast 

SPRINO AND ^-^RESS ; gr'Uk.’ tlS; rtfi?: ^ nH,”.mplK. 


OB »uscT':U4Anocs 
TO RE.VT 
why’buyi'TT! 

AI«D MAKE A MISTAKE. 
Telephone Answering Machine 
Rentals st INTERCONNECT 
384-0511 


RENT TO Own—, Domestic and 
Industrial tawing machine* 

:40 FORT 3*8 A72« 


SOFA AND CHAIR, REVERSIBLE 
, cushions, $15. 3$4-*664. 


li- SPRINGBOK MEWL CANOE.'CANOE 16' CANVAS COVERED MATCHING LOVE SEATS 4 
9200 firm. 992-6743. «25. m^iS. vaafS oW? 190 ^bofh. 4^^. 


7*' TOLLYCRAFT. SEE BUSI-ItwiR SO'i' SCUBA 
naaa Oppqrtwottiae. chaapi 3*3-119* aftar 6 . 


TANKS, I HOLLYWOOD _ 

and htadboard $40. 993-2699. 


HELP - 100 MANY COLOUR ^ 7™tabS2c!wh"and various housahoW 

Kmart Mail. 477-6971. 1 SEARS 6 -HQRSEPpWER RIDING* 

rnewer. VaM. ISM. Swap for | 


PORTABLE HAIR DRYER, $30,' VERY OLD ENGLISH OAK SIDE 
-I portable sawfng machin* "White", board, 'znglljh china, small slivtr 
' with casa, $60. 3tS*S54. oitcas. etc. Private. 3*3-1956. 


BED. DOUBLE. ONE DYNACO FM TUNER. *18*. i above grourx 
'593-4IS1. vou? 47|.i764 


Purchase direct from bufider who 
will take your boat or property in 
trade. Choose from 3 very delight- 
full 3-bedroom custom built s x s 
duplexes. Cedar shake roofs, brick 
ftreplacts, professionally land- 
scapad In desirable Sax* Point 
area. Just 1 block from boat ramp 
and ocean. Lots of trees and seclu¬ 
sion. PteSM call 9954664. or 
597-061 a_ 

27' GRENFELL FLYBRIDGE 
cruiser, 413 Chrysler F.w.C. Monel 
waler and fuel tanks, radio, 
sounder, dinghy. Full canvas cock, 
oit, $12,500 or bast offer. Take auto 
truck, smaller boat or ? In trade. 
656-4*(^_ 

ils’.OOQ EQUITY IN ^b'eDRQOM 
deluxe high rise condominium. Will 
trad* UP or down on 21-root or 
longer boat, power or sail. 
S92-07V. 


AAOTORHOME, 29' CONVERSION 
GMC, exceliant family unit, 
$4,750 or best offer. Taka auto, 
truck, boat or 7 656-6*06. 







































































































































































































































































































































































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Natl Park 

to Wood aorralt 54 

14 Approxlmata- 

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15 Laat word 

16 Exelta 

17 Famlnina 
nama 

18 Biblical 

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20Atalnatyla 
22 Qrammatical M 
contraction 67 

24 Concaalar 
26 Qaraga 
vahida 

27 Ofagaologlc 1 
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30 Lattar 3 

31 Mltba- 
havin'" 4 

32 Maat diah 
37 Snaalty par- 5 

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38 Studio 6 

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41 Poola:2 8 

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44 Saaama plant 
45 SI Idea on a 
looaa aurfaca 


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12 In wonder¬ 
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13 Passover 
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21 Nstharlanda 
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23 Negative re- 
sponaa: 2 
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25 Removed 
from society 

27 Parisian pub¬ 
lic area 

28 Prevaricator 

2B Preposition, 

33 Covering the 
haunches 

34 Boxer Tony 

35 At all times 


38 Establishad 
rules 

38 — of beef 

30 WIra 

42 Quieted 

43 Actress 
Norma — 

48 Resentment 

47 Italian pity 

48 Building 
beams 

49 Water whaal 

50 Hindu mystic 

S3 Auction 

55 Uncomfor¬ 
tably damp 

56 7to7.eo.: 

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57 Propel with 
force 

60 Vugoslavlan 
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m LnxsTocm stxpuEs 

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SUMWiK TKAINlNa 


CAM rOB SALK 


AvfMt w«*k. 

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CAMP 

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Mnawa. avaninaa. 


MtLK COW 
iraM tfi May. 
>. 7^S4Si. 


1 AMOUS CROiS 
AMIklAa « tM. «•! - 
Oantta aaiy tajwndk- 

SCOTTSOAL E fTARLCI. >ULL 
bMra.^^ljg^^talli. ridlnt rina, paa- 

2»-M6iNfMOl.D‘~ RlQItTEIkep 
ihoreufhftraa cnattnvi. Hiir, raMr 
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•ARNtCY 

RCoVlTEREO MILKING 
temala kM, Aaki 


VOLKSWAGEN 

•POKSCHE 

AUDI 


rA|u 


rOR AAIaC 


CABAFOEtALE !1rV> (\KS FOR RAf.F. 


IM CABS FOR SALF. 




_ GOAT 
iiflt |>M bath. 


TOR QUALITY HAY 11.75 A 
b^._Rraa R^ivarv. i$3-4SM. 

~RI08. 7 


DEMOS! 

77 VW RABBIT Cuftom. 2 
door. LfithtrEttf. radio. 
Panama brown. $4496 


1 ^ oi^ Qi mh. 47a.7iat 

MPNlV lWEBT GORDON MEAD ^ RABBIT DrIuX*. 4 


-lONr._ _ _ 

Clai^ Hay . V par »ata. 4774445. 

1M HEAVY BQriPMENT 
aad MACHINERY 


r RQR SALE. 

dallyafY ayaUal 




door, automatic, tun 
roof, vent uindowi,; 
radio, leatherette. Afate 
brown. $5796 

77 VW RABen*. Deluxe. 4 
docM-. 4 speed, lun roof, 
tinted glass, radio. Blue. 

$5295 


JULY 

JUBILEE 

SALE 

Cars Checked 
by-Car Clinic 
Diagnostic 
Centre 


jt©r ] 

■ I I aaAMMG MR. V 

)Ol 

brd _ 

EINAL 
/6 VOLVO 
CLEAROUT 

(The 77's are here) 

4 ONLY NEW 




HABITAT 2000 

««4 GOLOITtEAM AVE. 
4714111 DLM7S4 

LANDSCAPING. YOUR YAKD7 

SUMMER CLEAN UP7 

RENT A ROaCAT 

Spaclal Waakiy Rafts 

Your Island Staler for Alila 
Chalmara-Molroa Eobcat tractor». 

I^EW TURNER 4' HYDRAULIC 
finiab cutttr. ojm. S naar naw 250 


FORCED TO SELL DUE 70 
ilinaaa. 125 Diaaal tabcat and W 
backhoa and alnoia axia dump 
Ta ba aaid at a ui)tf. 
Call abar a p.m. 


trMk. 

go.cAiy 




sn. 4-1 RUCK* 

-. —-joa. Naw motar 

and'roltara, aiap truck »na trallar 
tor htulinf. ONora. LelMila Rroa- 
}l9*45aL 


2-Year 

^ Gov't Tested 

RABBIT SPECIALS Writt-Pn 

76 VW Rebblt, 4 apd. «) YTIlllCtI 

76 VW scirtxTo. 4 »p<t. 661 K Worronty 

75 VW Rabbit, 4 apd. (2i Volare &.*. 

^3405 72 Valiant 

75 VW Rabbit deluxe, AT Valiant Duller 

$3666 Montego MX 

^ , 76 Dodge Aspen 

75 Plymouth Fury Salon 

74 Dodge Challenger 
. i 73 Maxda S.W. 

^ 76 Dodge Obit 
^35».72 Chrysler New Yorker 
_ l76 B.M.W. 2002 

TO 73 FORD A.T.. P.S., P.B. ] 7 j Pontiac Ventura 

76 Plymouth Fury 

73 Sateliite Sebring 

75 Dataun B210 

74 Pontiac Aatre G.T. S.W. 


__ WAGONS’ 

CRM. Holman air compraaaor. AS ,71 /-uv^nr a't 

h.i. 3 pAaaa alactrk powar. MOCA CHEVy wgn. A.T 
I. M" aatf-sraealiad tandam vwi P.B., 6 pass. 


SHEET 


la raapenaibia party. 


ont'vaar'elC lerins eearat-- 
a avretuk. Caat 81.400 — 
offon? 3SM354. 

1074 CAT 

1000 houre, I94f Dodge 
chip irvck. i32*3W. 

2 H.R. COMRRESSOR, HEAVY 
duty upflpht modal. SM. 740*33*?. 


$3365 


73 VW 411 wgn. 4 pd. 

73 VW 411 wgn.. 4 apd. $3195 


70 VW Squareback, 4 apd. 

11995 


EXCELLENT 

SELECTION 


7 DAY 
MONEY 
BACK 

GUARANTEE 

OVER 

75 

USED 

CARS AND 
TRUCKS 
TO CHOOSE 
FROM 


McCgNuhi lietirg LM. 

COLWOOD 

BRANCH 

77 OiTV. H-ton P.U. 3Qi. 
V.6. A.T., P.S.. R Can¬ 
opy 96356 

‘V CAMARO Cp#., 906. V-l, 
A.T., P.S., console, R. 

19661 

75 MG Midget convertible, 
4-apd.. radio, MOO ml. 


1 AirrO WAGON 245 
GREEN $7065 

1 AUTO 4 DR. SEDAN 
DARK BLUE $6775 

2 4.DR. OVERDRIVE 
SEDANS (U.S. Spec, with 

Power Steering) 

1 BURGUNDY 
1 LT. GREEN $6775 


... Premium Used 

, Domestic ond ■ 


It) Ford LTD 
76 Chrysler Cordoba 
76 Volare Premier 

74 Ford Pinto 

T6 Dodge Charger 
, 76 Valiant Duster 
.74 Satellite Regent 8.W. 
70 Buick Skylark 

75 Volvo 164 

1 73 Marquis Bcxxigham 
; 7S Buick Century 


, _>ports- Automoticsi???:;;^,:"'^ 

CJ,ry.l.rOr,rdoh. 

ciat^. sfs-j744^ _ ! from $395 

lU farm' IMPLCiiaNTR'!. 


HR COINS end STA5rPS 

the' stamp'^‘«t"— in~p osT. 

tBi. ss)-7t2i hat lOOte af colna. 
moat all countflat *- tOa up . 

EXCELLENT COIN COLLEcVlM 
ardi tlamp coiiaetldn tor aala. 
Fhena AMISS. 


in ARTS and ANTIQUES 

•EATs^lKlMMeli^ANO”MASS 
tfrainar: allvar Nautilus weon 
warmar; Franch arivar oval doukla 
warmar; vary larga copptr fith 
Doachtr, complate; Largt solid 
erasA llan’i haad door Knockor; 
Mahasany round swivai piano 
8tool. claw and ball fool. Sat of I 
boautiful paraaen damliaiia; pair 
of brass, iivt candia. 4 position, 
candaia^i; l allvar wina coastar: 
si|y*r toaat rtck; othar small 
itami. No prlcas auotod on tala* 
phont- SSI-M42, 

CANAOtANA ITEMS 
Sucorb Mlaca walnut dining room' 
tuha madt in Ontario. ItM; Pino I 
dry sink; rocking chair; pin* chaat. 1 
Hibarnia AniiauM. lOti Fort 
StrtOt. 3M-M11. 


120 GARDEN aUFFUES . 126 FET8 end iUPPUES 


TopeoU. Rorke end Fill 


TOPSOIL 

Unscroantd topsoil tor salt S3.S0 
par cubic yai^. dallvarod — Phono 
3 a^a*iji* sgulpmart Kontals. 

iyCH'ireEENEp”6LA«~L0AM, 
S? a yard, bat 12. No. I toosoil, 1 
yards, $40. No. I fill soil. $4.30 a 

yard jts-im. 

NO. 1 SCREEN TOP SO'lL.'wiTM 
sand and manura. 7 yds. Tor til. 
U yda. Sin . salf pick up ft a 
yard 471*3392. 

LARGK 'gravel DEPOSIT 


GRAVEL SUPPLIES (REASON- 
abiB ralat. fret fill, ootivorv only. 
471*2394. 47a-342a. 


TWO HP fLfCTRK IRRlQA* 
li«n aysiam. camplata wHh pipa 
aiW _ 

ONE TDIM TkACjSx. WBNCh' i 

and bItit, U-W M-HU. _| 

IM (Alts FOR MI.F 


100 PER CENT 
FINANCING 
O.A.C. 

SCOTIA PLAN 


riQUE 

DOlithina and rofinishing. cuitom 
cablnat makina. 3II*S?34; awanlnos 

470.34^3. 

FINE VrOFESSIONAL FUANI* 
tura rafinishlng and antloua rasto* 
rattan at raaaonabiB prlcas. 
mi 712- _ 

QUALITY. QUANTITY ANTIQUE^ 
for avaryena. Attica, eaan 7 days 
a waak, 3l4*li44. 

OLD FURNITURE AND* AN* 
•i<tu«a.. rapatrad and rtfinithad.. 


Dqyas ri 

ja>34a3. 


FURNITURE RbkAlREO. A 
tlQuaa our teKlaitv. 470-9S39. 


11.1 PKTR and .m’PPIJE® 

~ TROPICAL FINS 
and FOLIAGE 

971? Quadra 3IS*)00e 

SALT and PRESH wattr fish 
AQUARIUM SYSTEMS 
Opan 7 Days a WOM 
GREAT PANES 

3 show auBlIty graal danas still 
laff If you'va tvar wanfad a graal 
dant now's tha tlma prlcas will 
surprist. Croopad and uncroaead. 
3144074. 

Y E L L O W LARRADOR RE* 
triavtr pupptts. C.K.C. rtgistarad 
avcaliant tamparmant. Good con* 
working ability. 


I , NICE WIRE CAGES 
n stacks of 3 and 4 high. sUda out 
traos for oOsy clooning. Sultabla 
I(<p^euin#a Plea, small rabbits, 
bir ds, at e. 113 a aeh. 45M1W. 

HEALTHY RARY GUINEA pIgS. 
Attrac^va calora. markjnga in* 
atrw Ians for toaxeanaTya ctea, 
malnlonanca. S3J0. 479*7913. 

SIRBRIAN HUSKY PUPsTVouR 
months, show oualitv, fattooafT 
»Joto.|^Miak# KannaiB, Caurtnay. 

WANTED; g 6 oO~~HOME^FOR 
spayad famaN, a-yaaratd Ria<k 
Lao cross, vary eoed tampara- 
mant 479*0430. 

PUREBRED MIN. “dachshund 
pupa, had shots, B plus T, M plus 
F . not raoUtarad, $!95. ass*42i9 
Sail Spring. 

f-YEAR-OLO white" MINIA* 
tura poodit. heusa tratnad, trta ta 
eood homa. AAoving. cen*t taka 

UiJU. 38'4-3tj4. 

SILVER TIPPED AAAIL AFGHAN 
hound wishta to stud with fomalo 
an^v ^aad. No choroa. 312*3573 
altar 9 p.m. 

DOG 


/7H0NDAS! 

FAST PARTS &- 
ALL-STAR 
SERVICE! 

1-W 100% 

12 Mo. - 12,000 Mi. 

Power Train 
Warranty available 
on '72 ond newer 
autos. 

USED CARS 


Dougles Volkswagen Ltd. 
Porsche > Audi 
3326 Douglat Street 



75 Old* Toronado 

75 Old^Cutlas* .S 
175 Pontiac LeMaiiR 

74 Ford Minting IZ 

76 Fury Stlon 

73 Mercury Montego MX 

75 Plymouth Gran Fury 
73 Chrysler Newport 

73 Dodge Coronet 

76 Gran Fury 

75 Fiat 124 

73 Olds Omega . 

76 Plymouth Arrow 

74 Valiant Duster 

No Down- Payment 
100% Bonk 
Financing 

INCXUDING 
AUTO. INSURANCE 
O.A.C. 


76 TRIUMPH TO 7 
Only 2000 miles 
75 MONZA 2 plu* 2 
8-cy!inder. auto 
75 M.G. MIDGET 
74 TOYOTA MK E 
74 MERCURY 
MX Sedan 
74 MAVERICK 

4-dr. Sedan, auto $2495 
74 V.W. -THING” $2566 
73 AUSTIN MARINA $1495 
' 73 TOYOTA CORONA Mk II 
4*Door, auto. $2796 

73 COMET 4-door Doluxe 
I 6H;yI. auto 
' 72 PIxYMOUTH 
4>door hardtop 
171 OLDS Cutlass 
• 71 VAIJANT 
Immaculate 


$5895 

$4195 
$3195 
$2995 
MONTEGO 
$2695 


$2695 


$1795 

$1795 


PREMIUM 
USED VOLVOS 

1975 244 auto xedan, finixhed 
in metallid blue, with < 
Rtriped cloth interior, 1 
radio, wheel trims, etc.' 

$6695 

i 

1973 244 4 Dr, 4-»peed with 
Overdrive. 14. Green 
with bitmn cloth interi¬ 
or. Radio, etc. One 
owner, oar in excellent 

i Rhapt $5295 

i 1974 144 GRANDLUXE, AM- 
j FM radio and air condl- 

I tloned. 4-specd manual 

with oveitlrive. Deep 
orange with black 
leather, radial tires, etc. 

$5286 

1974 145 wagon, automatic. 
One ofwner. car in clean 
condition. New Urei and 
just eerviced $3965 

RARE 1968 122S wagon. One 
•local owner, dooument- 
e d history. Recent 
motor overtiaul. Body 
and interior in outRttnrt- 
mg condition. A very de¬ 
sirable uagon $2995 


75 MAVERICK 4-dlr. adn., 9 
AT. PJ.. P.B., Radio. rt> 
diali. 69788 

75 CHEVY Van H-ton, 
LWB, MO, V-l, P.S.. P.B. 

$4766 

75 VENTURA SPRINT, 
Hatchback. 360. V-l, AT, 

- P.S., P.B. Radio, maga 

63882 

75 PACER X atnd. Big 6, 
P.S.. radio, maga. radlila 
$3495 

75 VOI.VO 245 IX., S.W., 
A.T.. 20.000 mil $587fl 

74 DATSUN PI’, 4-*pd6, 
radio, tape deck, heavy 
duty rear bumper, truck 
mirrora. $2440 

73 VTV BUS,. 7-pa**., auto., 
R. radial* $3996 


79 CORONA R.w. 
rackn 


4-*pd.» 
$2496 

72 CORTINA L 2-dr.. 4-tpd.. 
radiala R. $1688 

71 DATSUN 510 4-<lr.. A.T. 

radio $1495 

70 AUSTIN AMERICA 2-dr.. 
4-tpd. $1470 

70 VOLVO 144S, 4-dr.. A T. 
R $2794 

69 COROLLA 1200. ^d^,. 

radio, 4-8pd. $1095 

69 DATSUN P.U. Canopy. 
4-apd., R. $1296 


69 SUNBEAM 
4-dr.. AT, 


ARROW 
$ 995 


$1995 


i 


OLD 


)LD AFGHAN KUG, 


11*1 GARDEN SUPPUEA 


VANCOUVEK ISLANDS LANG* 
»st sleek of naw John Optra lawn 
and pardpft ppulpmant. 6 p^ ra* 
'.ondlfiontd trade-ins usually in 
itp<l(. t. Grwva Motprs Ltd.. 
‘U? ta4l days, 6»-ii«3 avBnings. 

B.C. GREENHOUSE BUILDERS. 
Quallt? aluminum and glass grptn- 
heuias. Exhaust fans, automatic 
v«nt opanars. ate. For brochurat 
•nfarmatian, wrlia 713 Hutchinson 
or phena 3IS-3I41. anytlmt. 

HOME GREENHOl'SK 
479*8807 


LIQUID FISH FERTILIZER, 
bring own containar, St per gallon, 
whili supply lasts. Walking garden 
niough with cultivator. SIOO 


SPECIAL! 

67 NTERCEDES 200D 
Dienel, 4 speed, floor shift, i 
One ouner. local car. IJke 
new: $4896, 


GROOMING. IN YOUR 
etrtifiad araomar. Fhona 


47e*5«S3. 

purebred”saj^yViTano "6 b' 

carman erpu pupplas. 830. Pirat 
coma takas cholca. 74|.3Mg. 


8TAN0ARJ. 


COW MANURE FOR SALE 
f>53*30M ar 4JM743. Np Sunday 
calls, plaasa 

Flbwiiif. lUttovaHng 
and Oulttvatlng 
DON'S TRACTOR^SERVICE™ 

477-3913 

Wa roto4att, plow, cut grata and 
bfuah aiao, loadinp and hauling. 


RARE. BROWN. ... 

CHARMING IRISH Te'rRi'oR 
puppies, purebred net rtaiattrad. 7 
waakt old. Ganges ^*5413. 

FREE TO GOOD HOME. FE- 
maia kiltans. one black and white, 
one eailco^ 47 i-e 77 e, 

ENGLISH SPRINGER SPANIEL 
puppies, liver ann white, champion 
field slock. Shots, etc. 4544144. 

SEALPOINT SI'am'eSE "kittens, 
alt healthy - vipourous • tratnad. 
it7-}44'es3i. 

'ONE CROPPED BLUE MALE 
.Doberman PMsenar puppy. 

; 47l-e?54 ^ 

REGISTEREO OLD ENGLISH 
Shfpp Dot puppies. Phone 344*4347 
or 744-433i, 

OLD ENGLISH SHEEP DOG. FE- 
maie, purebred. 21 montha oM, 
S27S. 313-3143. 

EXOTIC LYNX POINT SIAMESE 
k 111 a n t. Rapiatarad parents. 
592-4253. 


LABRADOR PUPPIES. NA- 

tional bloodllnpa. Yellow, S2M. 
Ilackjt30._43**^;».__ 

PUI^IES FOR SALE. LAB AND 
Husk y cross. S5. 47mS3. 

FR'E* kittens, WHITEri^'* 
maips. trained, 477*4440. 


lU UV’ERTOCK StFPUJi^ 
Md £VRNT8 


72 240Z 

1 73 Nova H'hark 
72 Ma^da. A.T. 

1 73 Dataun P.U. 

1 73 Datsun '710' 

,72 Corolla. A.T. 

'73 MGB 

1 74 .Spider 124 

172 BMW aOOZ 
76 Hoftdamatic 
’ 75 Hondamatic 
86 Honda Hatchback 


JJGREATK 
SAVINGS 

OPEN 8;30 to 5:30 
s.i«95 CLOSED SAT-SUN 

>2995 

(99si 76 CAMARO 

S2996 Auto. PS, PB, tilt wheal. 12,000 ml. 

SS '74 Mercedes 450 SE 

electric aunreof, starap 
SioBb rpdtp. air oondltlenlRB, ci^ap con* 
SilWt trel. optional wheals. Exacutiva 
„rTi driven, local Vktofia car, auparblv 
$3866 maintaintd. 


ENSIGN 

Chrysler-Plymouth 

Ltd. 

DOWNTOWN 
YATES AT COOK 

Dfxifr llcwint number 
rXKA 

386-2411 
Open Weekdays 
Till 9:00 


Wille Motors 


TRUCKS 

76 FORD 
I 4-MdteeI drive 
j 76 FORD Super Cab 
75 JKEH* CHEROKEE 
' 4-wheel drive 
IT5 FORD I.ton 

Stake tides. 4 speed, 
I dual wheeli 
1 72 FORD 5i-ton 
; Crew cab 
4-wbeel drive 
72 V.W. BUS 
I Immaculate 
71 FORD ^4-ton 


$.>995 

$5895 


Brian Holley 

MOTORB LTD. 

3319 DOUGLAS 
Between Woodwards and 
Woolco 

DL 00903A 384-1161 


$52951 


$4995 


$2895 


$.1895 

$2395 


PETER 

POLLEN 

FORD 

YATES AT COOK 
384-1144 

D 00745A 


PAINTER 

MOTORS LTD. 

74 CADILLAC Caupa 810,700 

75 TORINO Spu^ Wapon S4295 

74 DATSUN, tojm mi. 43405 

74 CHEY to ton 2r,e00 milts 44 ,it$ 
n MUSTANG Faat Back 

73 CUTLASS s. VI, autp Tim 
73 PINTO Squire Wafon II99S 
77 OLDS Jprof^, teadad S3Sy5 
72 TOYOTA im, Aapaad 41795 
71 BUICK Centurion, air S199S 
71 CADILLAC IWorada 4399S 
70 COUGAR V*!. auto aitos 

70 CHALLENGER V-l aute SmS 
49 MALIBU 3 dr. Hardtop 41195 
47 MUSTANG V*t PUtP. P I. 41895 
as T-BIRD. V-l. auto. S»95 


IDWEST PRICES 
IN TOWN AT 
ART’S CARS SALES 

I 44? Burnsid# E 383-1303 OL-O 02 a 4 A 
r NOVA Hatchback. 4 apd. isns 
' 71 MUSTANG Mach I 43415 

.70 BARRACUDA convartibla t?99S 
1 43 PONTIAC convertible, rastorad 
41295 

> 43 RAMBLER SW 4 195 

AAANY MORE TO CHOOSE FROM 


68 DODGE DART 2-dr. 

sedan. 3-*pd. radio S 995 
67 RARRAaJDA Faitbark. 
V- 8 , A.T., R. $1595 

MOST CARS 
BCAA TESTED 

COLWOOD 

BRANCH 

McCALLUM 
MOTORS , 

1836 laland iCghway 
478-1741 Dir. Uc. D4)Oe60B 


PLIMLEY 




1010 Yatai 

U 2 - 01 t 1 


COOP» TRACTOR SSRViCE 
. 3JT3141 or 422.J14? 

Grass or brush mewing, rotovaS* 
ina. loading, hajilng, lot cla anua. 

Topaoil. Rocka and Fill 


months old. aBM329. _ 

WANTED - FEMALE MALTESE 
tarritr puppy up to a months old. 
45I-59X. 


quiet, sensTbla 14.2 Nuntor-Evontor • 

» uarterhorsp mare. Mambtr af 
ally Event Oanvas Team. Proven 
child hunter. Prefer to retain until 
Christmas for hunting if agraaabia 
Af Nanaimo "D" RaTly July 2 llh 
August Isl 41300. MuMln M I 
Chilliwack, 794-7481. 

AT LONG LAST. A LARGE SHIP* 
manf of Harry Halt Bufthlay 
4-w8y stretch breachts, all colors, 
all MM«. Evarythlito for horse and 
rider at Shanks' Saddlery, 744 Ro¬ 
derick Street, >384-5011. 

STOKE SADDLE CLUB ENGLISH 
Schooling Show, July 31, 1977 st 
our new ring at Sooka River Flats, 
information 443-5735. 443-3945. 

443-5440 

EXPERIENCED WE$Te"rN 
rider wishes good horse for oc¬ 
casional ridinn in rural arte naar 
Victoria. Paalo be dacMad. Laurie 
work 477*4234, or home 477-$54l. 

BURROWS OR PONIES NEEDED 
bv Pun City. Would Ilka to lease 13 
oantia animals noxt Sarina. And 

- - • • - - iTli. 


388-6921 

9 a.m.- TO p.m, 

METRO HONDA 
2151 Blanshard 
NEXT TO 
THE ARENA! 

Dealer Ui-. D.Ol&iTA 


77 JAGUAR XJS 

j coupe. Loaded. Excltlna. 

77 CADILLAC 

Caupa, iNa mlias, leaded. 


METRO 

HONDA. 


77 Toyota Wagon 

4 cyl. Auto., P.S., P.B.. New. 

76 CADILLAC 

Eldorado, atr, slareo, 17.080 ml. 

76 CADILLAC 

4 dr., air, stereo, loaded. 

76 Lincoln MK IV 

Air, stereo, moon reof.'tl.OOO ml 

76 TRIUMPH TR-7 

Slaraa, Tape, Sunroof, 13.000 milti 

73 GALAX IE 500 

4*dr., air. axcatiant condition. 


'71 CUTLASS "S" 

.•exits MU WASONS" ^ J*r25°' ,23?' -‘.'■tvl' it: 

n ISftWhiT,., .u... 

73 VENTURA Sprint S3595 HSIC. 47B4M3. _ 

73 SATELLITE Stn Wan. S^5( 

74 DART Sport. 4. auto. $995 

« n?i»T Sm '43 BarraeuW. 32S Commando, 

74 DART 4. full ppwer 44195 fgetory 4 *ieaad, un^- 

TRUCKS. VANS, MOTORHOMP* COtnPtoto JrtSh 

41 VW Van 

65 JEE^tomando 4*4 _ 

69 GMC IT Chassis camper S4?9SI74 CORDOBA, SILVER-GREY 
72 yw^Camp^^t^_top_ MW with top, bui^undv 


CI-rERRY! 


■ 30.000 miles 

MAC* lO" comofOTo TT*^ drlvp-train. 
<tMi i be jaan. Offars on ijOOO. No 
trmars. sJTsbm, after 


. ion long van 
OTA Landcrulsar 4x4 
URY, 20' ttm trailer 
. ,.IO F-100 PU 4x4 
75 DODGE to'ton aickup 
75 BRONCO 4*4 V-4 auto. 

75 CHEV ''a-ton lone van 
7S 0^ 1 *Mn Lofw van 
74 DODGE Ram &arf ar 4*4 

74 COLDENEARS Camper 4_ 

77GOLOeNEARS Camper 411,145' 
77 DODGE to-ton pop-top van 4449.‘ • 


4349$ 

44193 

42195 

4349S 

44595 

4499S 

44395 

81175 
( sitor 


SACRIFICE SALE 
1944 luick Wildcat, power sttar- 
Ina. brakes, and windpws. 8475 or 
nearest eftor. Mutt sell. Phone 
attar 4 p.m., 313*9343. 


1970 lEETLE, MUST SEU. 
going to Statos. Exoallant one 
ownar condftipn in all raapaett. 
AM-FM, rabuitt. tIMO. 304-3040. 


tion, 

4)iin: 


lAAUA TCAa. 

a paad contra 
autMotlc, . 
97. 4^1H. 


1975 BUICK APOLLO. 4.DOOR. 
... .. . .. automatic, power brakes, power 

sun reef, air.; stabrlnQ. radio. 11,000 miiaa, ax- 


.jndy yiny 

laathar uphelitorv, _ . 

Ilactrlc windows, cruise control, I calfant'ccnditidh, 
milts. Immaculate. 44.900.' 


REGISTERED GERMAN SHER- 
harp PUPPY, fomalt. black and 
ta^ 593*0049. _ 

FREE — ONB'”klTteN7~NINE 
waaks eld. 3KM94I after 4. 


Utoast Call Douf, 479*11 
FIRST 
waanar . 
lamb. M 
*’44^30. 


QUALITY HAY, LARGE 
waanar ^qs, raw wael. grain tod 
aadawbraok farm. 


SIDNSr CAR MART 

Shop In Sidnay and SAVE I 
NEW and USED 
Cprs~Trucks--Motercvcia4 
and Aircraft 

9757 5th SI. DOISftA 4S4-24 33 

^ DODGE CORONET, 

‘ dard transmission, slant 4, 
miles, 45i». 477-41S0. 


73 

A*. 


AUDI IDOLS 

auto, radio. 


70 THUNDERBIRD 

Whiff with wnitp Interior. Mlritl 

68 FIREBIRD 

V4, auto., now paint, new motor. 


CONVERTIBLE 

—A. AAA.*.... AAAri'747 Oode4 Coronet, V*S, power 

I7M PONTIAC . f i*BBIRD CON*Ufaaring, tasted till June 74, pood 
vartlbia. Baby blue. ISJXIO mlias,. snape. 51.350. ^79*4933 after 4. 
power ttaarinfl, power brakes, au* I ... . . . — 

. tomatic. 400 4*barral. factory re* '69 CUTLASS. VERY LOW MILE- 

ti?»s I hum angina. 595-1331. < age. Phone altar 5 o m. 344*9560. 

rauKaft ' 1976 MALIBU. 4 DR., HARDTOP. 

1973 CAMERO Phona ‘WXalit 

350 automatic, vtnyl top. i naw re-. ^****^- . . 

dials, custom ^palnt. vary clean i(73 EL CAMINO. 33,000 MILES. 
Asking 43,500. ^95-4151. , will consl^r older truck as part 

1947 MUSTANG FASTBACk’ BAL-1 . - 

ancad block. Cam, Edalbrock. HOI- 1965 FORD GALAXY 900, POWER 
' lav, Dual Points, TRW Pistons, brakes, power steering, eood con- 
' rabuitt 4*SDaad. 47IL37I7. ditlon. 4500. 477-1523. 

1966 RAMBLER, ' AUTOMATIC. 1947 394 BEAUMONT 4-SPEED, 
good condition, 44,000 miles. 4450. many extras. 43.300. Phone ceilaci, 
49 CHRYSLER NEWPORT View at 3S3i Cedar Hill Road. 113-743.3014. 

3-dOOr hardtop. 313. automatic, 343*5347. ,aV>u«uv acAii»*rtfciT”yfW>o 

bucket Mats, naw tirai. crimson 47 CHEVY BEAUMONT. 4-DOOR, 

rS wl" lop On, PONTIAC ASTAE HATCH, wou cpnEitlOP, »71l> or PMt oNPr. 

."cpMpSt cKlpn A.kilS MP >. T .-PPpa. J7.M0 ,7,.3007. 

.1100. 47r.«1«. _ nJ»T7l"4i3t DATSUri ilO.TTDtXMl. 8006 

MU4T SELL 'AS CHEV 4 4 . 337 —* • - .. runnlnp Condition. 4700 firm. 

•...pm, $»S?“4L Aj»L.Atlcn;^ptw?,ip; "rVECLZ TWO-DOOA i7t.40*,. 

Dowar brakes, new brakes. muHlar hardtop, naw motor, turbo 350, 411 .... a&ychai ei* 

and,. interior needs carpets, P^TSUN PiO HATCHBACK, 


1971 PINTO TOWN 
2 DR. COb’PE 
4 xpd bucket seat* 
tape deck remote mirrorf 
plus other goodies 
$4795.00 

1976 HONDA CtV\C 
Standard 4 speed 
radio, clean I owner 
$2845.00 

1975 CHEVY NOVA 
Hatchback 6 cyl. 
automatic ra^o 


1974 DATSUN 710 
4 spd bucket ecata 
immaculate 
$2996.00 


-* t 
• I 


Many n>era to choose from 

WILLE MOTORS LTD. 

Oir. D-OWSOA 
1840 Douoiaa at Oovardaia 
342*3311 

OPEN WEEKDAYS 9 *111 9 P.M. 
SAT. 9 'tri 5 P.M. 


to-to*HORSE. PINTO GELDING, 
goes English and Wattorn, ax* 
callant trail horta. Phena 477-1044 
or 477.4171. • 


48 LINCOLN, TWO-DOOR,. ALL , . ^ ^ ^ 

black wtth black vinyl reef, power 66 DotSUfl ROOCSter 
avtrythlna. 479-04^. 


Convartiblo, tICO, super condition. 


SCREENED TOPSOIL WITH 

sailB and manura 112 C.Y. 

Minimum OaHvarv 4 C.Y. 

Garden land 43 C.Y. 

Piui Dtlivtry 

Sand — Fill 
Read Gravel 
Drain Rock 
Crushed Rxk 

Bark Mulch Pina to"*ll4'‘ 

Sark Mulch — Coarse IW’'*3" 

,,, E. NIXON LTD. 

Oftlea 315*4411 

Nights 429-1937 

or 479-2995 

SALE!! 

No 1 toosoil, irraantd. 49 vd 
No 2 topaeli. ts vd 13 yarn lean 

min. 4.4J.3951. 452-1434. 


TABBY KITTENS FREE TO 
•Odd homa. 343-I4I5. 


KITTENS. FREE TO GOOD 
homa. 594-2 539. 

FOR SALE BLACK MINIATu'rE 
POOdlas. 474*0724 or 454*3131. 


CANARY CAGE. STAND AND 
accassorias for tala. 99S4375. 


TON'T forget august tSTH 
old Mshlen^ bom donee. Hva 
ban d at Oak Meadows. <794Bfl. 

saddle, tack, REPAIRS. 
Buggy and aldar Wtstarn Saddia 
tor aala. 384*7230. _ 

, HAVE OUTGROWN 13 H.H. 
Walsh pony. Excaitont tor baain* 
nar. $300? with bridle. 453-3377. 

H A Y~j^ D'”3TifAw“pdR” SA L E. 
4$3*3035. 45M743. No Sunday calls. 

Blaaaa 

HAY~FOR SALE. DELIVERIES 
arranged. Griars Farm Ltd., pun- 
> can. 744*4550. 

FdK SALerSOOB HAY, liTA 
•on. Ralph Michall. 4494 Pat Bay 
MWv . 453-^ 

WANTED: ENGLISH SADDLE. 
Phont 344.779a avanlngs. 


dcior.'eo^ e^ftlon, Inciudaa snow AA PORR Wnnon 
tifa i. esking 1995. 479*9907._OO vvagttn 

MUST SELL N- 1973 METEOR, lit NOW*'^ ' ■* ' 
tv. In., 41,400 ar affars. Call 
344-4043, aftar 4. t 


and front and. Good condition all 
Offers. 598-4104, after 4 


GOING INTO BUSINESS, MUST 
■all 1974 Yellow To'^a Corolla. 
43100 milM, standard, Immaeutato 
co^itton. StW or I 
314-7644, after S a.m. 


HAVE BOUGHT NEW CAR. 
muat tail '73 Tpyaio Calica ST, 
vary good condition, eftora, 
477*1930. 


Otfarr isobal. J^3744. 

1974 CttEVY MONTE CARLO 
Lanr"- • " - —* *- * 

and _ _ 

»2^13K Ot^r_00l4^.__ 

1973 PONTIAC ASTRA WAGON. 
Excellent condition. Testod June 
'24. Will accaat toas oxaansivo car 
In trada. 3S4-A03. 


spaad. rac 
4.500 miiaa 


7} VEGA HATCHBACK. GOOD ^ Va . i ■ vunimn i lAwas aiAN* |>i 

condition, ana owner. JM.4440 after DcPoDC MotOrS Ltd. «*•*"' axcallont 


Many More 


ttn PINTO 3 DOOR. 
8495 mlias, mechanically aovnd, 
’ minor work. For further ii 
tIon pfient 300-4441, lo^ 3' 


1949 CORTINA 2 DOOR STAN- 


K VW BUG, FACTORY RE* 
lit angina, good tires Including 


>rd upholstering. Immocu* 


• Is. AM*: 
M5-3I73. 


AM-FM, oaaaatta. 


1971 PLYMOUTH CRICKET, STA- 
tion wagon, avtomatk. oftars. 
303-2MI. 


t97S AMC GREMLIN, 19,004 
mlias. 4 automatic, Immaculate 
shape. 470*4499. 


'40 FIAT SPVDER. GOOD ME* 
chanicat condition. Offers on 0400. 
304*7991. 


■alt at 4450. 479-4404. 


MUST SELL. MOVING, 
relit Malibu, lew mllw 


1971 DATSUN StO, EXCELLENT 
ahapo. lew mitoota. many extras. 

479*4107._^_ 

Ita PONTIAC 4 DR. HT 
Egulepad. immaculate 
HMsSTTr - • - 


. Taka trada. lS4-t0l4 


. cylinder automatic, A*t shaao. 

Only 2 3J»0,miles. U493. 654-444 0, .73 mAZDA 3 -DOOR SPORT. 24.000 

' 1974 VEGA GT STATION WAGON,O'**’ «”•»■*- N®'""' 

Ilka naw. laolitss, 34^^ miles, Junior, 470*4473. 

..ch, cV>, .«ln. K'jT 


_j.'l73 VOLKSWAGEN. LOW MILE- 
-AAA.A »« caliant shiiSa: lust'tasted. V7'4-34io 
LTN. 209 POWER or 309*8617. $3,000 w Offers. ^96^ _ 


■67 PONTIAC. _ . __ 

staarlng. autemaflc, running order, 
naw rubber, asking 4325. 470.310'' 


1 964 CHEVELLE STATION VW B«TLB. *W OR BEST 
wagon, rebuilt 390, rabuitt auto* ®Naf. 595*0312 or 304-3763. 

1904 CHEVY II, 6 CYLINDER, mailc transmission. Good condl 
^tomatic. good condition. 04,080 tion. Asking 8100. 313-9073. 

** ' 'M BUICK SPECtAL,~V*o"AUTO ‘ 1972~CArar;m 

3«-0366. A^R I. 


47 VW SQUARE BACK STATION matic. radio, tostad. food running 
. wagon, good running, clean body, condition. 4300 or offars. 474.9046. 

4 titoad. 8195. 991*3995. 


1674 MAVEignC 
2 DR. COUPE 
Automatic 6 cyl. ■* 
Power equipped 
$.1295.00 

70 MERCIXIFaS 280 SE $8460 

74 COUGAR XR7 $4089 
74 TOYOTA CORONA $2795 
74 MAZDA 800 $1995 * 

74 >’IAT 120 $2190 

71 FIAT 124 5 »p. 12295 

74 Al^STIN A-T $206 

74 DAT.SUN WAGO.V $2085 

71 MAZDA RX2 $2196 

73 MAZDA WA(X)N $1995 

72 PIaY Flv’RY 11 $1286 

72 TOYOTA CORONA $1395 
71 VAIJANT $1945 

70 BARRAarDA $1,945 
68 CADDY i’LESTnVOOD 

$3300 

67 VOLVO 144 $1«8 

Open 9 a.m.-9 p.m. 

Dealer Licence 572A 

1972' p I Nfo^Aurb/MiTcTTAOip, 
tope. Clean, Wall maintolnsd 
81375. Sports ond Claaale Cora 
Ltd. 344*1731, 1194131. Doafar 

00344A^__ 

'66 DODGE TWO-DOOR HARD- 
i toe. 4 bucket aaats. consul, tasM. 
igM mechanical coneftten-SltObaf 
I offers. Phong 9n-«603, 19M Bar* 

I Stre et, between 5 and 9:X a.m. 

I '76 PLYMOUTH DUSTER COUPt 
'A^vlindar slant automatic. Pogtf^ 

I steering, power brakes, AM-FM 
. catsattf. In mint congHlen. Offars. 

, 343-6953. ^ ^ 

' 1972’TbYO*TA CORONA MKM Au¬ 
tomatic. Exceetlenally clean IlMi. 

, Sports and Claulc Cara Ltd. 
344-1721. 592*3131. Daalar ee244A. 


2-1243. 


I MUST 
l^lant L 
' price S37! 


■74 CADILLAC _ 

LEAVING Coupe OaVtIlP Oftora! 11 343-4343. 

SELL 1957 PONTIAC. 34^403. 343.7409. I ISSt"*" TOYOTA 

automatic, 4*doer. aaklno HONDA ODFSSEY. PHONl BE- 1 1974 FIAT 124 STATION WAGON. 

1. 344.I9A. ^. .. .- - 


1975 PLYMOUTH VALIANT. V4.; 
Immacylala, 23.eoo miles, call • 


Owed 

47n< 


PLYMOUTH BARRACUDA, 
shape. 43000. Call Rae 


tween 4 and 9. 442-S43A 


I axcatiant condition, $297$. 479*4944. 


_ corolla! 

serlntar, good running order. 4700. 
471 9029. 


AUSTIN 1100, 1941. 33.000 MILES: 
• itSO or offars. Phone $94*4819. 


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CABS rOB SALE 



CABS FOB SALE 




•la CARTSft'S CAM LTD. MAS 

srr««t, iu rwww ••y anri HiiWdt- 
ooan f rm. to I o.m. 3I^I7U. 

Doom. _ 

homely, SUT REtlASLI, W 
11-4 RanouH. T«aM, now bottorv. 
rooiai tlroa. dMMr mointalnod, ox- 
ceiMrt Monomy. AakMo IMS. 
346-W7. ovoningi. _ 

ifM AUSTIN CAMMrOOE. 1«M 

MGA anglno, MMl btltM rodloto, 
dual Triumoh carturator, oil 



1 

B 

illTOYOTA 


Call » a.w. to 9 a jo- 9H-n52. 

ma'blEV IMRALA 2D.-«T“ 
immaculaio conRIttoo. Stock m-? 
«Md auto., powar ttaarina. Vary 
wSl tookad aftar, ii,m. SM-loa; 

or 3P433I .___i 

74 VOLICSWA«N SURER 
tia. S5.700 mJIaa. Radio , caaaatt a. 
aaa ftator. roar 

immaculata. Prtvata. SXJtS. 

MS4nt.___1 

VeOA MATCMRACJC. IWA 
brown, ctandWtt. axcMlant mija* 
aoa, radio, boc^ aaat*. axcol.lont 
(ondiNon, IlMO or boat offar. 

_ 


X HOME OF 

LINCOLN. MERCCRY. 
MONARCH. METEOR, 
COl’OAR AND XRT, 
COMET. BOBCAT. 
CAPRI n FIESTA. AND 
FORD TRUCKS! 


75 TOYOTA 

IONA SEDAN, i aad. Rramlu 
$S 

75 CELICA ST 

paad S^ 

73 COLT 


UE CABS FOB SALE 


rP 



DTOMS LTD. Y 


MOTORSL 
VOLRSWAOSW 


■KS 


I.St CABS FOB SALE 


&Cil| CoUlUft FleborU, B.C, 1>iMday, July 9S, 1177 29 

CABS FOB SALE UM TBVCKS, BUSES IM TBCCSS, BUSES 

- rmS VANS 



LOOK 
AT THESE 


TOYOTA 


COROLLAS 
From W 


viri,ttr!?.(!'bodvwjfk"doni.' ^ 


OXrOUD WOODY 


73 AUSTIN 

MINI. ExMllMt condition. 


72 TOYOTA 

COKOLLA. 1 dr. odn.. 4 lod. iim ‘ 


73 Valiant. 8,000 milea 
72 Duftcr 


74 OLDS 

_ 'Cutlaii, 4 door, power iteer-|„ 

*’*” i ing, power brake,, automat-1 „ , nr AT 

73 MARK II '76CoroUa4«Ki; ' 

4 dr. idn , Kdo , Uit, 73 OLDS 1 76 Corolla. 4 door 

Omega, 4 door, economy 6 , 7 ® Pinto ^reWgn 
automatic, power rteering, 1 75 Datiun P.U., A.T. 
, power brakei, radio. j 77 caprI 

73 DODGE 74 TOyoU 1600, A.T. 


. ut-mt 


. IM5 CHEV IMMi> >»•»*■ 

omra »14Ma) bW«wo 5 ind 7;J0 

o.m, 


Late Model 
GAS SAVERS! 

76 COMET V4, autcmiRtic, 
powar ttaaring. power 


brakes, radio. Choice of 
2 . ea. $4665 


■mAWeRORTATION. 
a Corvalr. , J 

adpYWuya seect al. 'M dodge j T 6 MAZDA 808 wagon, 4 cjrl- 
R^a.V-e^autwaficjr^ Inder. 4 speed, radio. 


njbbar, machanlcaMy . 
body Mmaea. dSSnlMS. 


Low mileage. Copper 


VOLKSWAOfN . STATIW 1 
I, naw tual Tni^lon mo^- 


S3393 


72 TOYOTA 

COROLLA S.W.d 4 apd. 

76 VOLARE 


76 


PLYMOUTH 

wdan. Fully aaulp 


4 dr., tdn.. 


76 ASPEN 


Dart, 4-door sedan, economi¬ 
cal slant 6 , power steering. 
(MWtr brakes, automatic, 
radio. 

70 BUICK 

Skylark, 2 door, hardtop, 
powar ateaiing, power 
brake,, automatic, radio, 
clean one owner car. 


76 CHARGER 

ixm mllaa tun 

76 ASTRE 

S.W., 4«d., H44 mIM kWS 


75 MONZA 


' rkdlii, nrkt. •'too: '76 COMET, S cylinder, auto-'?'?* mi. 


CAMPERS 

73 VW Factory 
72 VW Factory 
72 VW Window Van 
i 71 VW Conversion 


IWauICKSKYLARK.Vl! 
automatic, powar itaarlng, radio.' 
«ood condition, M9». Fbona 4S2-1440 
or 4S}*M7e. 


malic. Power steering, 
radio. Silver laith blue 
trim. S4395 


I Conversion 

69 VW Bus 


iIiSK' SSt,(SJ.‘;'.*'cv'iTIS T 6 WBCAT. 3 door. 6 cylln. 

» , 4-apaad, 95,000 - -- - 

30, 3tMS44. 


_HMAN LTD. 

3040 Cadboro Bay Road 
at Fort and Foul Bav 
Daaiar Licanca D01751A 


VOLVO 143 S, FORCED SALE, 
ratumlnp to England, 
cosditlon throuqnout. 
contMaradl 470^. 




runt wall - . 


TESTED, 
torn# rust 
otfar tv 


lf73 BUICK CENTURION. THER- 
moair, atarae I. teadad. naw “— 
onaown a r, axcallant 
*3195. 474-9444. 


1943 ACADIAN STATION WAGON, 
a^lndar automatic, only 40.^ 
i^laa, taatad. Baroain — 4494. 


'61 VW BUG, RUNS. WTOR 
weak, naads valva lob. ok^. 
trana and brakaa good. 4300. 

otfar*. 3M4lt6. _ 

75 SS NOVA, 2 DOOR, AUTOMAT- 
ie. Indudaa radio,^,tw. 
staarlno wbati. radial ti^. 344100 

ml laa. AskI no S3J0 0. 443- 3861._ 

Tt64 CUTLASS SUPRBAAE, ' 
3-door, powar ttaaring and brakes, i 
taatad, 414100 or trade for boat and 
motor of sama valua. 479*3444. 
YOUNG ^RSON'5 SPECIAL: : 
1963 Falcon 3>doer, naw duteb and . 
brakaa. rebuilt angina, many 
axi raa, muat be saan. 479*35 13._ 

XbAUTIFUL 1969 MARQUIS 
areuanam. Tastad. 100«0 ndit^ 
iovif7cart. Muat be aaan 41,395. 
3tMm. ___ 


der. automatic, 
steering. S3995 

76 BOBCAT. 3 door. 6 cylin¬ 
der, automatic, power 
steering, power brakes, 
radio, woodgraln aiding. 

}4396 

74 CRICKET, 2 door. 4 cyl¬ 
inder, 4 spieed, radio. 

81996 

74 PINTO 2 door. 4 cylinder 
4 speed, radio. $1996 

SUBURBAN 

MOTORS 

3377 Douglas St. 

386-6131 

Dealer Lie. 00863A 



TOYOTA 


TRUCKS 

76 Ford % ton and camper 
74 Fold K ton 

:74 Datsim Hton and canopy 
72 Ford % ton 

DOWNTOWN 

971 Yates Street 
at Vancouver 

Dealer Licence No. D4X)486A 

385-2415 


1HS aCAUMONT ID. REBUILT 
3H. Cam, haadara. 4 barral, naw 
oaint, naw vinyt root. NSO's on 
moos. 342-6aDS. 


1969 FORD FALCON, 6 

der, 4t». Also 1973 AAazda. RX a> 

, many axfraa, 6QOCO or bast otfar. 
477 -6796. _ 

• 1 96 9 FORD RANCH WAGO^ 
i aconomy 6, f^lo, pood tiras, top 

ccodtt ton. SWTS. 3 ant76._ 

j 1973 OATSUN 610, VoOpR STA- 
tien wagon luat teatad, leAlO. 
1 479- 4737. _ 

• 1973 PONTIAC CATELINA. 9 P^- 

Mogtr. P.S.. P.b., a.C. 43J90. 

59444 37. 

1971 VW 411, 4.6bOR SEDAN. Au¬ 
tomatic, raolo, Mkttallns. axcallant 
earS^ 42,000. 463-3656__ 


( I96S FIREBIRD, 340, 

> automatic, 11,100 or 
tas-soio, attar 6. 


FSTATE 1944 OLDS TORONAOO, 
, 42,000 mllaa. luxury and comfort. 
n2-7S97. 


i 1961 POffTIAC FARISIENft* 

I har^. Povnr f^lng anc 
] uakaa, good ahaoa, 9990. 4yN»30. 


t 1966 CHEV ACAOli^ AfATION 
' aagon, 6 automatic. 4490. 

1834764. aflar A __ 


MUST BELL — 1974 FORD VAN 
and MGB. 474-1741, 364-9790. Fi¬ 
nancing avallabia. _ 


m? FORD RIDEAU, 249 RUNS 
’ good, quiat, taatad in April, 9500. 
1 474-3451._ 


1974 CAPRI no, AUTOMATIC, 
sun roof, radio, radtals on mags, 
low mliMpa. 4^-2317. 


1972 TOYOTA COROLLA 1660CC. 
4-trad(. mogg. 11700. Bafwaon 3-5 
n.m. 5if sail. 


, B)A N K REFOSSeS&ION 1973 
TeWa Calica, $2500 or beat offer. 
' 343-3105, 9 to 5. __ 


WMXOH, V-4 AUTOMATIC, 
mliaaga, pood aonditlon, 4390. 



8ARGAIN 

HUNTERS 


66 SATELLITE 2.DR. 

71 DATSUN M3R. 

69 CORTINA 

69 DODGE 

67 PLYMOUTH 
69 VWFa itfaack 

68 METEOR 

72 RENAULT 

69 MERCURY 
64 VOLVO 

71 BEETLE 
71 MAZDA Pickup 
166 DODGE AT 

172 FORD ’i-ton 

1 73 DCH>GE 

74 BUICK Auto 
!67 AMBASSADOR 


MOTORS LTD. / 


VOLKSWAGEN 


S583 
$631 < 
$548!' 
$721 
$660; 
$78S: 
$9(151 
$932' 
$932. 
$941 
$1042 
$1416 
$3461 
$1984' 
$1949' 
$ 2211 : 
$510 




74 Toyota 1600, 4 apd. 

77 Mustang n, 4-fpeed 
72 Comet GT, 2 door 

75 Buick Skylark 
75 Gremlin TC, A.T. 

74 Hlluac, 4 sp eed. LWB 

72 Hilux, LWB, A.T. 

73 Datsun plclup 

73 FJ40, 4x4 
70 Pont. Grand VUlt 

75 Ventura, 6 A.T. 

76 Nova hatchback 
76 CoroUa 4-door, A.T. 

76 Mionte Carlo 
76 KUioc Stake Box 
75 Swinger 2*door 

74 Nova, 6 ,’A.T. 

NO DOWN 
PAYMENT 
100 % 

FINANCING 

O.A.C. 

NO REASONABLE 
OFFER REFUSED 

Where The Lights 
Are Bright Till 
10 At Night! 

386-3516 

Metro Toyota Ltd. 

625 Finiayson 
Dealer Uc. 00431A 



MADSEN 


MOTORS LTD. 






TOYOTA 





1967 VOL4CSWAGON BEETLE. 
axcaRant oandtUon. 66400 mllaa. 
I SIOOO. 3640637. 


; 1973 4-OOOR PLYMOUTH CRICK- 
( at wagon, new saint, good mpg. 
593-9566. 


6,000 mllaa. 


1974 FIAT 139, 2 0OOR SEDAN, 
3LO0O mllaa, tiicsllant condition. 
’ 619dD or offer. Plaaaa call 6SI-1176. 


*74 SUPER BEETLE, RADIO. 
I rapa back, radlala, anallanf eondl- 
» ticn, 49,40a Ftiona 474-3447. _ 


I 1977 FIREBIRD ESPRIT, 2700 
I mllaa, warranty, good deal. Tad, 
.1424461. 


73 CELICA MAGS, RAOIALS, 
new paint, Immaculata. 93SD0. 
479-2913. 


191^ ROVER 3D00 
<LadV«^) 646309 
B.in. __ 


73 TOYOTA ODROLLA STATION- 
waaon, automaftc, aoecailanf condi 
tion. 61.900. 9944144 


1976 GREMLIN, 14,000 MILES. 
Eaoaltant condltiarv 99V2B71 after 
s p.m. 


76 NOVA 4-Dr. auto 
75 FIAT 124 Spyder 
75 IMPALA HT 

75 FIAT 128 2-Dr. 

74 MONTE CARLO Landeeu 
74 AUSTIN Marina 24lr. 

74 PONTIAC Ventura 
74 FORD 4Kir. wagon 
74 CUTLASS Supreme 2-dr. 

74 NOVA 2-dr. auto 
73 COMET 4<ir. 

73 TOYOTA 1600 2-dr 
73 PONTIAC GRANVILLE 
OONVERTJBLE 
73 SATELLITE 4-Dr. Wgn. 
72 CUTLASS 2-Dr. Buckets 
72 IMPALA 4-dr. 

71 PLYMOUra 2-dr. ht. 

71 TOYOTA Corolla wagon 
71 IMPALA 4-dr. HT 

71 HORNET 2-dr. Auto 
70 TOYOTA Sprinter 
70 C HEV 4-dr. 

70 METEOR 4-dr. wagon 
69 TORINO GT 2-dr. 

TRUCKS!! 

67 FARGO H ton 

72 CHEV H ton c»nopy 

73 VW Camper Van 

75 CHEV 44 ton camper 
package. 

75 FORD Vt ton, canopy 
78 CHEV %-ton plckig) 

77 CHEV H-ton Pickup 

CORNELL 

CHEV-OLDS LTD. 

3050 DouglaB-385^777 
Dealer Licence D-00681A 


Palm Motors 
3342 OAK 

(1 Mock from Dou^aa 
off Oovardale) 
386^385 1>0064U 


HORWOOD 

MAZDA 


LOOK 

AT THESE I 

76 CADILLAC ' 

"ELCAMINO" I 

Extremtiy rare! Ideal for' 
rich golfers who want to 
take tbelr carta home. 

114.900 

74 CAPRICE 
"CONVERTIBLE" 

Includes: Pown* windows 
and tape deck. $4695 

76 THUNDBRBI'RO 

Loaded, low miles. $8985 

68 CORVETTE 

350 auto, power steering. 

16295 


SUMMER 

CLEARANCE! 


TRUCKS! 

4x4's! 


BOATS! 

VANS! 


BOATS! 

21' REINELL 
23‘ BAYUNER 

4x4's! 

'76 JEEP CHEROKEE 
'74 JEEP CHEHOKEE 


74 DART SPORT cpe., TS, 

P.S.. P.R Bucket aeati endipoa,^ braka. 2 topa. 
coniole AT. Only 20.000 nu. 

I Rag. 0895. Sale 0395. j 70 BARRACUDA 

i74 TtOYOTA long box truck, 

14 epd. Radio. HJ3. rear 
I bumper. WC mirrors. Fitted 
(with a Trav-l-mate camper, 

; sleeps 4. ice box, stove, Hi¬ 
jacker jacka. 

Only $4365 


$7195 

$8495 


’72 JEEP COMMANDO 


’75 JEEP CJ5 
’76 JEEP CJ7 


$5896 

$5295 

5 

$3496 

$4977 

$6486 


76 DATTSIUN PIO 

MetaUic blue, redk) O.M5 

76 DODGE lARIROW 

.Metallic blue hatebbeak, au- 
tomatie, 6,000 mile* 33,5(6 

76 MAZDA 808 

Red four-k)or sedan, auto¬ 
matic. Only 2,500 miles 

$3,386 

76 DATSUN 710 

Red (Mirdocr eedan, nuUo. 
10400 mtlce O.K 6 

76 OATSUN 710 

Four-door autofnattc, red 
with white Yinyl root, radio 

$4,2 

76 OATSUN 
PICKUP 

Automatic, heavy-^luty 
bumper, truck mirrorB 

$4,385 

76 'DATSUN 
I PICKUP 

, Automatic, dduxe evK^y, 
,mag wheels. radUd tires, 
heavy-duty bumper, truck 
I mirrors, radio, other extras 
$4,685 

75 AUSTIN 
MARINA 

Deluxe olive green ccupe, 
radio 32,496 

75 'DATSUN 710 

Very sharp fouivdoor sedan, 
blue with vrtiite vfaiyl root, 
radio 33496 

75 MBRCHJES 280 

A beauty! Balance of fac¬ 
tory warranty $13,875 

74 TOYOTA 
PICKUP 

Deluxe canopy, radio $2,985 

74 OATSUN 'B210 

automatic. 21,000 
miles, Mlchelln radials 

$2,996 

73 TOYOTA 
CORONA 

Sedan, ratio $2.2^ 

73 TOYOTA 
COROLLA 

Blue J800 coupe with mags 
radial dree, naSo 32,495 

73 VOLVO 1'64€ 

Gold sedan, black leather, 
automatic, sun roof, radio- 
tape deck, radials $5,366 

72 CORTINA 

White sedan, radio $1,685 

69 PONTIAC 

Hardtop. 350 V -8 automatic, 
only 52,000 milea 31.396 

77 DATSUN 
CLEAROUT 
SALE PRICES 
NOW AT 

Open Til 9 P.M. 

SHOW YOU CARE 
DRIVE SAFELY 

2620 GOVT 
AT HILLSIDE 
385-6737 

Dealer Licence D00740A 


AS IS 

NO WARRANTY 
TRANSPORTATION i 
SPECIALS 


6 S Plymouth, 2 DR 


67 Buick 4 DR 

$454i 

69 Bui(dc4DR 

$882 

72 Pofitifte 4 DR 

$1097 

72 ChevBlle Wgn 

$1493 

65 OktemohUB 4 DR 

$386 

OPEN 


Sfon.-'Tburs. M 


FrL-SBt ^ 



n DOOai Kart-VM tM 

n FOdD U Club CO, F.a„ 

V4, 44,0., radto a47N 

n FOKD Cburigr, csfwpv tl19S 

n MAZDA FlefcUP, 4epe. S14M 

99 CHEV F.U., «<yt. ttd. t129a 

BANIC FINAfICING AVAILABUE 
[991 Sookg R4. _ 471-ftjl 


SNO-BI'RO 

aeCREATIONt t-TO. 

71 VW WASON UWEII. lOWM. 
•xcpiltnt conofflM, will ftkp 
trpd«. 

79 OOOG€ FOWER WAGON, 
■itrfon, 4x4, low mllgegt. club 
ctb, like fww. WIH tskb Iridc. 


2993 Douglas at Topaz 
3S^'^2l Dj;.. DomTA 


stvreKaM, tilt itj^nq, Iwidlinq 
ppckggg, ppwpr ttgpnog, and 
power brakoft, but wnat i REAL¬ 
LY naab l» a naw ownar. My 
praaant ownar lovaa ma, but lovas 
his buftintaa toolOM^ ua had to 
DO. Fiaasa call 47^2290 (avpnlnga) 
P.S. I'm lonaY- 

GINGER BROWN MGB, '99 GT 
modal haa oiwM baan bebM and 
gpraga hapt. Blaeli laiftwr Intari- 
or, spoka wttatU, now tiras, 90 
m.a.s., city Ipattd. luat ,ni^. 
SZItt. 9SB-9Ma, Aak for a. J. Ban- 


1999 AUSTIN. A-4P, NEEDS Y«RK 
but 00 ^ motor, now franamltalon. 
tlJO. 47S-SS10. 


151 ftPOBTe DIFOBT CAK9. 


HELFI I 

Hpra I att — a davHlahlT good- 
looking yallow and b^k fAonu I 
Town# Coupa (Iw^). I .havp ntar- 
ly avarythlnQ I ntad. such as V-9.' 
-Pd, altc 


’74nATX18 

At ngw, ghaapaj^ aaeft. 

many axtrts. ^300 ar naar offar. 
Plaaaa phona 3e2-723S. 


FOR SALE, 1947 AUSTIN SA- 
loon daluxa. body and running 
gaar In good sbaba. infarlor aoml- 
upholttarod, no angina. S2S0. Attar 
5:». 3S3-97W. 


1975 BAnW S30 lAAMACULATE 
condition. AM-FM radio. Quartz 
lights. Lasa than IliOOO mllas. 
C^S on $11,300. 59S-7745. 


1979 HONDA CIVIC HATCHBACK, 

Immaculata condition, many 
axtras. Still undar warranty. Al, 
3R-9S«, attar 9:30 p.m. 


972 FIAT COUPE. EXCELLENT 
eendttlon. rn9gw)!caHv sound,^ 
cantly palntad. Asking S2295. 
3tH947, 313-9005._ 


1973 BMW BAVARIA, AUTOMAT¬ 
IC. Excaptlonol condition. $6575. 
Sports and ClaiNc Cars Ltd., 
3BS-I731, 9P8-3121.^iMlar 00344A 


MUST SELL — 1974 TOYOTA SR8 
In axcallant condition wHth tow 
mlltaga, naw radial Mraa. 7129 
Eaat toankh Read. 


MUST SELL. H74TOYOTA SRS, 
In axcallant condl^ with jaw 
mlN^. naw radial tlraa. 7129 
East Saaoicn Road. 


JULY 

JUB!LEE 

SWE 

Top 

Quality 

Used 

Trucks 


72 FORD TORINO gfanon 




79 FORD CHATEi^ l-l 
wagon, only 11X100 ml 
abgrp 


■■ pwatwr ii,o6b''mflsr SJw 

II FT., f gnd • FT. 

CAMPERS 

SELLING AT COST a» 

U« CEDAR HILL X RD. 

477’77]3 

OPEN SUN. tram 12:30 to 5 o.m. 
or RES. 9W59I5. Dto&4lA 


away In this ^ii^n'Haalay with 


1975 DATSUN 310 Z. EXCELLENT 
condW^. 21000 nWlas, sunroot, 
naw radials. Phona 99B7407, attar 
5. 


'79 MGB. LOW MtLEAGC, SAMLL 
ataarlng tHiaal, roll bar. Otfars. 


TOYOTA CORONA, 4-DOOR 
dard, good running condition, 
$300. Phono 477-3191. 


MINI WAGON. 1970, NEW 
clutch, timing chatn, valva grind, 
asking 9900. 304-1135. 


BUICK LESABRE, 


'99 PERFECT 
with extras. 


1979 DATSUN B210 STANDARD, 
lODOO mllas, 399t Coloultx Avanua. 
Attar 9 p.m. 


1972 DATSUN 910, LOW MUE- 
aga. aakii« $1300. Phona 399-2389. 
afiar 5. 


'90 THUNOERBIRD, REBUILT 
tranamisalon. $1100 or bast offar. 
9804919. 


*77 HONDA HATCH, TACH, 7.900 
rHIas. $3400 Attar 5:30 p.m., 

3i3-f491. 


nica condition. SS50. 4709794. 


1999 CHEVELLE 2 OR. HOTOF 
X7 turb o. $1,000. «70-7290. 471-7993 . 
71 FORD CAPRI, V.OOO MILES' 

ciaOn, $1790 or bast offar. 9S9-9aQ9. 


72 FORD OOKTSSA 3000 
8 dn.. 4 opd. A real gasi 
saver. i 

Reg. $1696. Sale $11386.! 


72 FORD n$0 truck 
custom canopy, V 8 AT 


1972 INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL- 
all 4-whaal driva. Powar ataarlng, 
ar brakas, automatic, dual 
tanks, only 25,000 actual mliaaga. 
$3900 or otfars. 477-1142. 


frith 
$2385. 

m OLDSMOBILE Cuatom 
Royale, 2 dr. HT. P.S., P.B. 
Electric windows, power 
•eat, trailer package. 

Only $1295. 

MANY MORE TO 
CHOOSE PROM 

100% Bank 
Financing O.A.C. 


"CONVERTIBLE 

318 auto, mags. $2996 

All Offers 
Considered 
TRY YOURS! 

SEE US 

ABOUT LEASING YOUR 
NEXT CAR 

2978 Douglas 
382-9111 

IMlOJiaA 


ONLY ONE LIKE THIS! 
’76 FORD VAN CONVER¬ 
SION 


MUST SELLi 1971 LAND ROVER, 
10 passangar wagon, 4-whaal drtva, 
wtnch, 1 ownar, asking $2$50. 
Otfars. Saa at 1300 Basil Straat. 
477-2104. 


1970 MAZDA STATION WAGON, 
1970 Mazda retary 100 sports 
coupa. Both hava had a lot of 
machantcal work dona and art In 
axcallan^unnlng ordar. 47$-iOlO. 



97 TR4, NEW SOFT TOP. PLUS 
hard^. tapa dack. radio, 

bast by waakand. 478-9932. 


'9$ ALPINE ^IV, 
IM hardtop, 8700 or 
^-1093. 


Asking $2,000 V bast c 
to nagotlata. 3854049. 


71 CORVETTE, 


RCBUN.T Sn 

laoe. ISM wai- 


1974 MOB. 34^00 MILES. GOOD 
condition, hardtop, Fodto. anow 
tiros. J9B«9l5. 


1974 DATSW *eZ, 2 2' 

auto., aunreof. Call Bob 9199031 
attar S p.m. 


1970 FIAT 134 SPORTS SFYOER. 
naw axhugat, radials, naw paint. 
595-4810. _ 


71 MGB OVBRDRIVE,. VERY 
good coftditto n , 50D0O mllas. Ask 
farNancy. 3tM442. 999-4354. 


FIAT SFYOER.^ 
to t3,300. good 


CLO^T 

cpndl^. 


TRUCKS! 

DODGE PICKUP with Can 
$32^ 

'77 FORD F350 STAKESIDB 
under 1000 milea $7495 
*75 FORD F250 Pickup 
‘Camper Special’ $5096 
'74 G.M.C. PICKUP with 
DeluTce Canopy $3695 

’74 FORD F250 PICKUP 
with Canopy $3886 

“ ALL G UAR ANTE ED AND 
SAFETTY TESTED BY THE 
AMC GOOD GUYS” 


AAi 61 d)ieofli 

CHEVROtST 

74 MGB ROADSTER. 
4-apeed, radio. Finished in 
Mallard blue. Very clean 

$4450 



67 CAMARO S.$. 350, HOLLEY, 
AAuncla 4-spaad. naw clutch, 
als, rally whssls, tap^ack, otfars 
on $220 0. 4091 Glantord, 479-4479. I 
71~prNTO MAM MILES, STEEL 
baitad radial tlraa, radio, S1,150. 
M5-$959. _I 


HORWOOD 

MAZDA 


1*70 PONTIAC SAFARI WAGON. 
Clean and vary well maintained. 
S985. Sports and Classic Cars Ltd. 
5^4-^72f759^3l21. Daaler 00244A. 

1973 FIAT 128 2-OOOR, 4-SFEED ! 
Excalltnt S1485. Sports and ClasAc 
I cars Ltd. 384-1721, 593-3121. Dealer 
I 00244A. _ 

11973 OLDSMOBILE CUTLASS 
2-door hardtop. Immaculata S258S 
1 Sports and Classic Cars Ltd. 
384-1721, 592-3121. Dealar 00244A. 


736 aoverdale 385-8756 
DL 00247A 


72 PONTIAC 8 i»ssenger 
wagon. Finished in bronze 
$2750 


with fawn interior. 


MADSEN 


MOTO 

3991 SookC ft. .. 

470-5011 


71 MERCURY AMUIOUIS, GOOD) 

condition. SiAOO. or naaraat offar. i 
474-1955. 


Blanshard at Johnson 
38S-1451 DOOSOSA 


!1973 CHEV CAPRI. TWO-OOOR 
jhardtop, power steerlno, power 
brakes, loaded with extras. 38,000VALIMT, 

1 miles. 956-5331. _' P-“ ' 

MACH I, MUSTANG, 351 j 75 FORD Granade, 
4-9ee<^, $2350. Trades or offers. auto., radio, P.S. 
659-9809._I saats, vinyl top 


WAGON. 73 FORD TORINO. 
59,000. Roof rack. Radio. 82800. 
385-2979. 


98 FORD LTD TWO-DOOR HARD- 
top, naw radials, very good condi¬ 
tion. 382^4._ 

NICE LITTLE SECOND CAR. OR 
students car, 1971 >door Pinto, 
plus extras. $ 1 , 100 . 477-9^_ 


1999 PLYMOUTH FURY II, 
3'door, hardtop, power ataarlng, 
power brakes, safety sticker, 
radio, axofllent condition, $900 or 
nearest offer. 477-2193. 


19714 3MZ WITH AIR, STEEL RA- 
dials, loads of axtras, mechanical¬ 
ly excalltnt, raaaonably pricad. 
5-9, 396-0504. 


1971 DODGE DART, SLANT 9, 
sower steering. $1995. 47M567. 


'71 CORVETTE PANEL TOP. 350, 
four-apeed, $5500. 1333 Walnut. 


94 VOLKSWAGEN STATION 
wagon 1500. Recent paint, clutch, 
brakes and ahopks, $475. ^8^2255. 
RARE 1958 CUSTOM ROYALE. 

3-speed push button 
ubber. Tastad. 47705^ 


1969 FORD LTD STATION 
wagon, offers, 3to5ll8 after 9 or 
weekends. _ 


1973 CORTINA. GOOD CONOI- 
tion, $3to0 or bast offar. Call Ruth 
at ^7282. 


1977 TRANS A.M. POWER 
staWtna. power brakes, tape dec^k. 
Only 6to0 miles. Asking t9J00. 
47WI040. 


1970 XR7 COUGAR CONVERT- 
ibie, power steering, power brat 
power windows. Good oendH 
best otter, moox. 


71 PONTIAC 
power steering, 


CATALNA. 350. 
power brakas. 2 
automatic. B 


1973 PONTIAC LAURENTIAN 
Very clean and well-lookad after. 
B^ Offer. 477-4298. 


1972 PONTIAC VENTURA, 390, 
automatic. Ilka new, 47X100 milea, 

595-8179, asking S2.00Q. _ OLDSMOBILE, AUTOMATIC. 

1997 PONTIAC PARISIENNE, »>*•<’ ““ 

good condition, asking 1795.1 F ernwood . 5 953922. 

479-8404, 1191 Roy Re ad._ cmEVY II, HIGH P6RFORM- 

1*71 ELDORADO. ALL EXTRAS.'snes 2$3, 4-9peed. new clutch, new 
including sunroof. 595-8984. I paint. Call mornings, 595-3153. 


2-dr. HT, 9< 
P.B., bucket: 
84195 < 


« OLDS CUUM*. all powar, raOlo 


76 CHEV H-ton pickup. *. 
44 pMd. pomr ttwring, 
powar brakes, radio. 
Finished in gray. Eoiception- 
ally clean. Low mileage 
unit 66250 

TSCHEVROLET H-ton 
pickup, V.S, automatic, 
power steering, power 
brakes, radio. Finished in 
tan and white. 54950 

OPEN 

MON.-FHI. 

8:30 a.m. - 9 p.m. 
SATURDAYS 
, 9 a.m .-6 p.m. 

I MUlstream Chevrolet Ltd. 

I 17.30 Island Highway 

474-12U 

Dealer Uc. D01384A 


on warranty, 


71 DATSUN MO-Z, IMAAACU- 
lata, many axtra^ 471-5130, after 


74 V.W. 'PANEL 

4 c)dtnder, 4 speed 
Radial Tiraa 

SALE PR!CE 
$3495 

NO DOWN PAYMENT 
$102 FOR 48 MONTHS O.A.C. 
STK. NO. 63812 

PLUS 

76 %i-T(W PICKUP 
WITH CAMPER 
(FlJliLY BQUIlPPEDi 
73 INTERNATIONAL PU 
76 DODGE B2CI0 Van 
76 RAMCHARGER 4x4 

75 DODGE >f-ton PU 

76 DODGE power wgn. 

73 DATSUN PU 
69 DATSUN PU 

FORD !4 Ton 

74 DODGE CLUB CAB 
73 FORD F-lOO 

PLUS 

MANY MORE 

SEETHE 

TRUCK 

SPECIALISTS 

ENSiON 

DODGE TRUCK 
CENTRE 
QUADRA 

at 

CALEDONIA 
386-2411 

Ask for 
Truck Sales 

Dealer Ucetice D-195B 


VANS 

VANfS 

VANS 

6 only 1968 Fargo vans. 6 
cylinder automatic with roof 
racks. 15.000 to 23,000 origi¬ 
nal miles, all colors. You 
pick ’em 

Special Price 
$1777 Each 

DOWNTOWN SmNEY 
AUTO SALES 

(56-7:59. 2360 BEACON AVE. 
DLOOITSSA 


LOWEST PRICES 
IN TOWN AT 
ARTS CARS SALES 

HI BumMa E. m*K2 OLeOaM 
7! GMC Van. cuatomixad Sfjg 

71 VOLKSWAGEN Van $19W 

71 OfEV. ^on tvm 

71 FARGO Von SIW 

71 DODGE Vfon $199$ 


LOWEST PRICED 
i-WHEEL DRIVE 

77V^ SUBARU 4x4 

$5,530 

Plus freight, daaiar grap. 
BRIAN HOLLEY SUBARU 
3319 Ooiiqlae St. 
3ai.I19l PLo0903A 


1971 FIAT SPYDER CONVERT 

Me, exeelleot cor"'*'- 
ntllee, $2300 . 595-1285. 


1971 TR9. NEW CLUTCH, AM-PM 
camtte. Esao Car CHnic tastad. 
Beet offer. 592-4013. 


72 2402, BLUE. AM-FM RADIO, 
mage, sood condition, $3,750, 
477-1327. 


95 JAGUAR 3.88, AUTOMATIC, 
wire whaale, ate. E>«a1lant condi¬ 
tion. Offare. 598-1921. 


1979 8CIROCCO. BLACK. SILVER 
trkn, Wauounkt, AM-PM. 13400 
mllec. >9990. 3844360._ 


1991 TR 2S0. IMMACUL^E. 
mutt ba Man. $2,a)0 or baet offar. 
479-7$3$. aftar 5 p.iTh 




CLASSIC 19M MERCEDES 300 
Limouaint, UAM firm. 3m372. 


WANTED: AAGA. ANY YEAR, 
good ehaoa. 3844)195. 


TRUCKS, BUSES 
aad VANS 


'99 FORO JMWKI 
paint, and wid# tiraa, AM-FM 
aatte player, carpeted, recant 
brake lob and dutch put. In. naw 
carburetor. Trada fy, 4k-tbn pl^- 
up or se ll. Aeking $22 0 0. 942-9784. 

imTvw van. panelled and 

Insulated, 9,000 mile* on rabollt en¬ 
gine, brake* and clutch, new bal- 
ttry, muffler and palm. ^5 or 
best offer. Cen be seen at 422 Wtl- 

son St., Vic t oria. _ 

1999 INTER'Nj^IONAL P VAN. 
Raglstared 10,000 ooun^ 1995 In. 
temaflond van. hlw box._r agtS' 

’ terad 12X100 pounds. Of^^ 
view, rear, 947 North Park, ate 
, servlet manager. _ 

. 1955 CHEV a-TON DUMP TRUCK. 

4 yard Steel box, 5 speed transmis- 
*1^ no plates. $700. ,^79 Soo^ 
Road. 478-9930 weekends ar weak- 

days after 5. _ 

a«.TON PU, 70 FARGO, 3$3, 
power ateerlng. power brakes, 
radio, 12-19.5 wheals and tires. 

or ct^st offer. 3894125, 942 
Quean*.__ 


To 


VAN-TASTIC 

Deal 


paint. 


URGENT! __ 

Muat sail 1974_ 

4-whaal drive. » 7 adrg-trac., $4$00^ 
All offar* contidtrad. Before i, 

477.^71 . Otto r 5, 47 »4<!gT__ 

^M 75 SILVERTO 1-TON PICKUP 
with dual »^s, camper oadMcw, 
lots of option* Including air 
Honing, 454 motor, auto, etc. 811X100 
new. lacrlflce $5900. 3834598. 


'74 FORD COURIER, TR AVEL - 
mat# camper, 17.000 mile*, offer* 
or trade on small or sports car. 
592-1529. 


GMC pickup, 4.000 
$6X100. 38S-511I after 
ends. 


let, 350 h.p. 
9 or weak- 


W-TON PICICUP, W4 FORD, 
rad with white upper, power steer- 
Ing, power brakes, kXIOO mUes, 
air, radio and tape, aux. ta^. 
extra sat of winter tlraa, Flaettida 
Longbox. vary good condition, 
$39^ 3l9.3ni. 


1974 TOYOTA LANOCRUISER, 
4x4, low mllaaoe, tape deck, AM- 
FM, custom roof rack, Clbie 
lights, other extras. Driven mostly 
in city. $4g00 or offars. 388-4987. 


CUSTOMIZED 197S DODGE 
tradesman 100. V8, 318 automatic, 
power staaring. power brakos. 
35X)00 mllas. custom Infarlor, bad, 
cooler, swivel buckets, 5954221. 


74 FORD CLUB WAGON CHA- 
taau van. i-passanaer, V-l, auto¬ 
matic, pmvtr steering and power 
brakes. Excellent condition. S4S00. 
6982372. 


LEN BARKLEY 
INTERNATIONAL 
New and Used Trucks 
517 Herald _ 

IMS VW WINDOW V^, S^aT 

eampar, Wtch. roof rack, 4 winter 
tires, 1800CC engine, axcallant con- 

ditlon, 3890511 __ 

1974 FORD F250 CAAAPER SPE- 
clBi, power steering, power brake*, 
automatic, axcciranf condition. 

4789396. . _ 

1971 VOLKSWAGEN WESTPHA- 
lia. 72,000 nf>lle*, w’<tosn# sto>«, 
sink, i-VMV tfidoa, •«. 3883441 
local 2L_ 

WINDOW VAN. 6, FARGO. m7. 
good motor, good tires, fair body. 
S1600 Of elossst offar. 3844125. 642 

Quean s.__ 

74 COURIER PICKUP WITH 
ooy. radio, new set tires, *M»p 
miles, mint condition, 82150. 
3854944. 


'57 GMC DELUXE _ 
V8, 9satad, sound throughout, axtrg 
parts, $1100 or offers. Trade for 
van. 389-2327, 389 0613. 


78 FORD 
P.S., P.B., 
van, low 
749-3359. 


EXPLORER, AUTO., 
real clean. 72 Econollna 
mliaaga. 748-3792 or 


1967 MERCURY VS TON 352. 4 
speed, ona-gallon paint, $1250. 
112-245-3360. 


'61 VS TON GMC. RELIABLE OLD 
^ horM. S400. 953-1374 or 

477-6394. 


1975 CHEV VAN. VI. Si-TON. 
power steering. Power ^ brakes, 
raised roof. 3^v and 

stove. Excellent condition. Must 


stove, 
sell f 
479-1' 


Excellent cont... 

, weekend. First 19,700 takas, 
is, after 9 e,m. 


'70 INTERNATlONAL^PICiajP. 
V-8. 4-speed, radio, 8)500. Aftar 9 

p. m. 956-M39. __ 

- '73 FORD M-TON RANGER, 

1970 FORD M TON, CAMPER camper special. Excellent candL 
special, 360 automatic, tt,000 tiW. $3695. 59^8397. 

miles. $2lOOJ Phona collect' - 

l)2-743-S8ll. 


.paad, axcallant condition. Offers 
to $3,300. 3134558. 


1967 BARRACUDA. NEW PAINT, 
headers, tires and maos. A-l, $2100 
or offars. 479-3499. 


'69 CHEV, 
pendabis 2 
592-7792. 


1971 PINTO. NEW TRANSMIS- 
sion, naw dutch, 4 new tirec, $1000, 
or offers. 4n.29S3. 


1973 BUICK ESTATE WAGON, 
air. stereo. Loaded. Equipped for 
trailer towing. 478-2714, anytime. 


1969 OLDSMOBILE ROYALE AIR 
conditloninq. epod condition. $1,295. 
479-9283, 


EXCELLENT 1999 CORTINA. Au¬ 
tomatic, radio, 91X)00 mllaa, $995. 
3134931. 


1972 TOYOTA COROLLA, 1600, 
Standard, 60X100 milts, offars, 
eveninks. 


1973 MINI MK II, 
$2300. 399-2885. 


22,000 MILES. 


1994 CHRYSLER SARATOGA, 
testad 'til July 1978. 8400. 952-2410. 


$3795 

74 FORD Grsn Torino Squire 

wagon, air cond.. V4 au^ 
radio, P.S. ,P.B. $4195 

75 CHEVELLE, V4. 2-dr. HT. 

radio, P.S., P.B.. 2-tone $3495 

MORE TO CHOOSE 

71 HORNET 2-dr. $ W 

70 VW Bug $1395 

71 QLOS 98, 4-dP., HT. air cond.. 

alTposMr tt195 

69 OLDS Cutiaaa, 94r. %WS 

68 BEAUMONT WasOK 

shape slj95 

68 VOLVO 144 sedan 81295 

MANY MORE TO CHOOSE FROM 

BANK FINANCING 
No Down Payment 

Up to 48 MOS. OA.C. 

OPEN 9 A.M.-8 P.M. 

DL 00599A 


69 VOLKSWAGEN STATION- 
wagon, automatic, radio, fuel in- 
lecfM, SHOO or best of^. 479-88U. 


1994 PONTIAC, 8O00R HARD- 

top, bu^ •••♦* W5K 

ceilent condition. tt750 or offer. tw_mn« 
385-7994. 


must !*LL.. 


tomafic, radio, pcw^ sto 
naw piiht. exceliant toapa. 


1997 BEAUMONT. CUSTOM TWO- 
deor hardtop. 327, 4 barral. 4-s^ 
aac. nMt, l»cB,...niw pjfni, 
maos and first, S29D0 (or bast 
0^). 479-2290. 


1970 MUSTAING 

Super buy, mutt ba seen to ba ap- 
prsetatad. 316-3820._ 


1 ovmar, power staaring, pov 
brakaa, r«dio, 400 cuj^ Inch • 
pint. Excellent caption, $21 


1975 FIREe'W^D 

ExceUant condition, extras, k 
mllsaga. Call 3to4S72. 


MUST SELL 1974 MUSTANG lit 
Ghia, V-6, 21,700 miles. 383-8945.' 


1979 VEGAS H BACKS. 
Phone 3184342. 


1971 TOYOTA PfCKUP_WlTH 
toctorv built esnopy. ExcepHonailv 
clean and well care tor. 

Sports and Classic Can 
384-172t, 592G121. Daaiar 


81950. 

JolJ:.''- 


1971 CHEV CUSTOM DELUXE. V> 
ton, 8-spetd standard, 19" wide 
tiras. Good condition, 83000. 
942-4559. 


CUS- 


1999 FORD ECONOLINE 
fomixsd, naw motor, 9^. 
mag tires. 1997 Ford Galaxw, VI, 
power ststflno and brakes, radio. 
95BS192. 


cab. 19,950 original miles, immacu¬ 
late condition, $2m or best offer. 
4784999. 


1992 VOLKSWAGEN VAN, CAM- 
perizad, new brakes, new tires, 
rscoftolllensd motor. 5954094, after 
5 o'clock. 


'79 DODGE CLUB-CAB AOVEN- 
turar SE, heavy duty Sii Son. load¬ 
ed with extras. 16,000 miles, ex- 
celtent condition. S^. 384-4^. 


*99 


1973 
end . . 
479-9289. 


_ _ STANDARD, 

Vanguard camper. Offers. 


[V WTON. 9 CYLINDER. 

..Jeaee, excellent shape. 

471-7782, 471-2944. 


van. New paint a^ recant motor'tomatic. $2 .800. 953-2892. 

SSiJ'S OOOO^ PICKUP FO« SAI^, 

tr ades and offars. 3«>»ao wrar 4. ^ nwrest offar. Bill 478- 

74 VW VAN. SEMI-CAMPCRIZ- 3510. 

milaaSe, many, many 
.. ... H600 or batt 

952-3148, avaning*^ 


1979 M-TON CHEVY VAN ». LOW 
mileaoa. Power steering, pp 
brakas, radio. $4J90. 47 bIi24. 


1995 TRAVEL - ALL, 
running. A-1 ceitoitien, 
twtan 7-10. 478-1983. 


TESTED, 
I95D. ‘ 


1973 FORD F.250. 6000 CONDI 
tlon, pricad tor gukk aala. 83750. 
4784886. 


TOYOTA PICKUP. 7A EX- 


1995 JEEP WAGONEER, RE 
built transmisalon and transfer 
cast. Offars. 592-»M^ 


1971 CHEVY CUSTOM CAM- 
ptrizsd van, V-8, automatic, many 
extras. IW-1194. 


1974 GMC JIMMY, 26400 MILES. 
350 auto, P.S., P.B. 84800. 389-1094. 


■69 FORD VAN. GOOD CONDI- 
tton, bast offer over $1650. 389-6386. 


'75 FORD E-ISO VAN, 351 V-8, 
ftoraglasa tgo. full camper conver- 

Sion. 8 8200. 592-9747._ 

1975 DODGE. S-TON. 20' Pl^ 
deck, really 00 ^ condition. IXMO 
miles. $7.5 0 0. S3422y. 


,« DATSUN PICKUP, 17X100 
miles, $3800. 749-9979. Call Cbllact, 
evening s. 

1972 TOYOTA PICKUP WITH 
cartopy, good condition. 81998. 
offars. 953,2101. 


_tf73 INTERNATIONAL M-TON. 

VOLKSWAGEN WINDOWiPower storing, brakas. au- 


1974 FORD 3 TON. 18 FT. 
cloaad box, hydraulic lift, $8000 or 
best oftsr, cpnsider trade, 959-9959. 


oHer 1 VOLKSWAGEN VAhL 19^ C^ 
^ perized, engine needs ynUhi. $» 
or best offer. 959-9503. after 8:30. 


FORD, F-250 , 4X4. 

.^.jd, radials, S44D0 or 
offar, watkdays, 5981040. 


'75 GMC VANDURA. 9 CYLIN- 
dar, 19X100. Fully cuatomiMd. 
many axffas. 959-5a)4 after 3:30. 


'98 FARGO V» TON. AUTOMATIC, 
9SXNI0 miles, A-1 shape. SI79S or 
bast offer. 4105 Tuxedo Dr. 


MUST SELL. 74 FORD,. VAN, 
and MGB. 474-1741, 3894790, fi¬ 
nancing available. 


WTON. 307. Vt. 
ahape, Sino or bast 


'99 CHEVY 

_ 

1979 FORD ECONOLINE. IMMAC- 
uiata condition, tow mitobos, make 
an offer. 3194328. 


efaan. Offers to $3000. • 




EV, SHORT BOX, 


1999 GMC HALF-TON. TESTED 
until Jun# 1978, needs clutch, $350. 
313-1383. 


M!CHEL!N 

T!RES 

AIX SIZES AND 
TYPES IN STOCK 
AT 

D&D TIRE 

1620 BLANSHARD 
382-7283 


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IM . , motor HOMK8 


IM CAMPERS. TRAILERS lU 
I MOTOR HOMES 


MOBU 4 E ROMES 
and parks 


D.G/s 

TIRE CENTRE 

WI DE TIKES 

.-sr* 

e40Kl4 toll 

G«tat4 


la campers. TRAILERS (168 CA>1PE!:S. I'RAILI^S IM CAMl 

ftod MOTOR HOMES * mS MOTOR HOMES mm4 __ 

FT. CAMPeS, FOCUY UXa CHAW CSU^ . 

1. SIMM 4. S2SW .47»4*M; ' room. _lf)d4 


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LTD. 

VANGUARD 


DOMINION 

MOTORS 


/MTOSHOMS. ^y^^SEFCS TO 


, Swop Cofumn. 


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nuntlno. <or ptHrt. iS4»1<tfl, 


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laytoh > holiOaire 

TSAIL 6 SO 

Just Traded CAMF6(fi*lM!?CAN0PIES 

CHINOOK 
MOTORHOA^ES 


SUPER WIDE tires 

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MOBDA: aOMES 
A2in> PARKS 


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! Ftrk tZxM Stfowiy Miner, two 


room, urn M in fomihf Mhi. 
7434153. 


! 0 f APARl-MENTS TO 
RENT CJNFERNISHEIl 

WINDSOR COURT 

333,254. 2St Coric Rd. E. 


;M APABTMfcNTR TO 
RENT UNFURNISHED 


IDSAL 'FOA rMMM^ I LAFtfe oomfoJ'Ublt AuiteA In 

oHir icctpttd. 44W734. 



I APARTMENTS TO 
RENT ENPTRNlSHEn 

LUXURIOUS 

BBAGON Hlbfc 
PbAZA 


tm APARTMENTS TO , I 
RENT unfurnished' 



IJ.5.S Cliromt m... 

14n 7 Chrome rally wtitt 
14 ji 4 E'T Olimend nki. 

New til end of July . 

D.G.'s AUTO 

3l}41f7 
3144 DomI— 


SM.M 

i^.ft 


70 10' . _ - 
C‘W fridei 


MFCS 


“U5eO SPECIALS' 


f;6X15. UNISOYAL snow TISBS 
and rimi. 2 motoreycli 1 

in P ARTS, AOUESSOBIES 

OPEN NOW 

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ftiecii ot HLPirforminci luto 

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3 244 Deutm _ 3tt-t01 2 

CHEV. 4.iOLT MAIN, ^S^LL 

tHock. 337. boidi. 3 Ml* 
iimra, 1 Crowof cim, ll» h.^ 
G,M. cim. 4 byro •'J 

cirb. WinM: ilumlnum minifeld. 
47b747l.. 


PASTS AND ACCESSORIES 

RENTALS 

VAN TOPS installed 

S. J. PEDEN 

LTD. 

2855 Quesnel St. 

D>134I3 

386-3464 


SIMS 70 SHASTA 13 ft. tfillir with fur-;room, wi^r and dryir. l»«Vt'»«l; 

stovt. evm. fridit, ha|;ily milntilnod, tiict No. 2*. 1^4 


_sdutt apsTtment cooiplex. 

,1174 neonex estate ijX40.|Theie apackxit units Include ... , n _ __ 

h«**- FHOF1STY MAWA Hmi T LTB. i _ I CCfICHBIIII 

iiiir~pA»AA«iuNT, T >•«"• 'ijoyni'ni «><*!7t»«oonidn-w<H.M«»wm' 151 ST. ANDREW I JIQUrmiT 

room^ IFWI^FIIOM WWOT:, _ 'recreation we otter 5(Mt. 1 Mw™«. W5 vkmuvw. ^ DQ(JQLAS ST nOMnSlJIvMlIOM 

_ciiiri liiichM. nirilns SUMMER HOMES. heated indoor pool •'"j'' 

ooTTAOEs, BEsoETi ipo®'., «fl““h court 'c"iL““'K:i«,'HtirF:r? ais: 

•Vindyk# two^)idroow, c^tri biKh 4 mliii aouth ot Pirki-|ify*Ti. Coiv l-bidroom ipgrtmi n t, cm- 

kltchm. lira# mtlou* living irivite owner, cltin.' i bedroom luitps $215%i30 1 trilly locitid. SiMonabli nnt. 

room. iiKfrlc ran*, a mu$f .*• uapT V>od awimmint •««» li ..uVI. »>-^*47- MS-5M< 

W gardan ii your nobov compiatt fiyMnn. a^uSs*lv. avilliSa July ■ 2 wdrooni SUttM J270*5300i 

with carport tiiea No. 52. 12^ wh Aufuat 30th. Sata *125 par 2 bedroom. 2 full bathrooms , ^ ,*1L. .. 

'Eatavllla on 4 hPadroem. cantra waak or *450 month. Writ# aox •oetn *_ Ahd 2-badroem avnat. cloM to all 

kilchan. laraa windawad 


ftaca, slova, ©van. fridgt, haa-ily maintainad, tpaca no. 2 *. im4 

aocfcsjollat, alaapa four *14#S Sollohomt, complata with daloxt Ma^. h*tjw wi. 

75 TBR^ 74 ft. trallar. fully tail: ran* ano trld*. car*l throuah- 
contained, air conditlonar, duct- jyt. Lavaly *nafllng wHh hariL 
■ ad haallng, ilaapa f^r ,S5m 
72 CAPTi hardtop TENT TRA L- 


ER with 2-burnar ttova. let 
MX. aoara lira, alaaia »lX' Ip 
oood condltton *1H5 

; 70 TRAVELAIRE 15 FT. Fft^a. 

furnaca and toilet SlISO 

75 PROWLER 17 FT. Fully UH* 
comalnad _ M»5 

M PATHFINDER If FT. Fully 
Mif-conta'tad. Ideal for sum- 
mar home HlfS 

FSIJILOK atlomatlc, utaty latch, 
lor your fridet dMr. l3.fS. | 


tpntv II. mllas from Victoria. Raaarva- 

iovaly homriitt up on a chokt lot,; - 

a*ca No. 57. Alao 12x44 Sataway ^TRAILER FOR RENT, S7S' 
1-Mdroom, tituatad on small easy- weakly. Luain Campsitt. Laka 
to*malntaln space. No. 10. Phone Cowichan. 1134454444, 4544157. 
3l4-a7*1. Totem Trailer Sales. - - 


l>L313f7A. 


RADIATOR REPAIRS, FAST TOP 

ouality ra*lrs a1 4Aawlc*J A'^e 
BMv. 437 tata SI., pb««f 
or 3M0f4. Loc^ ^md the 
fturnsi* Pay and Sava Gas 
Station._ 


COASTLINE 

DEALERS FOR 

PROWLER 
TRAVEL-MATE 
TRAVELAIRE 
JAMBOREE 

•MOTORHOMES 

iia{jpinefls Is an RV trom 

^Vftwant'Avinu^^ Island Hwy. 478-09P.3. 

U I ‘Z-ketf"| 

^•.?*HSLWRj?ir\.r^ini Ss«- 10 a.m. ;til 9 p.m.. Sun. 
--, 1-j p.m. D-113719. 


1103 RLANSHARO ST. 
(Across from HiKlaon's i4v,‘^SL'i^‘ 
ine lot). VktoA, B.C., 345-5013. 
Dtaiar Licence Nvmbar D4)044iA 


FOR '47-'4* MUST^G. DUAL , 

exhaust, inttrlof *iis : 

hack, rebuilt rMf and. 2 'barrai , 
mantfoliKar*, 3lf. 302. 34f 
one BT aiumMum aaoka. Chaw 
243. 477*7033. __ 

$750 - » BUICK 

For lifts. r 4 by 1 lt ano^. 

Kan Williams rt ^•dwjck Mo^, 


TENT TRAILERS 

DISPLAY MODEL CLEAROUTII 

2 New LEISURECRAFT Only sms 

3 77 LEXTRAS FromUifS 

4 '77 libels From *31fS 

QUICK OELIVERYlt 

TRAVEL TRAILERS 


Sa^ka'— Sanh Station 
•OON TENT TRAILER 
RENTALS NOW1 




BUYING OR SELLING? 
For a sincara intarast 
nMds call: 


1*1003 Geidatraam Ava. 
vie. 474-1244 Mill •' 
24 Hours 


185 COM AUMCTCNT AND 
REST HOMES 

WANTED: ACCOMMODATION IN 
private home lor eWarlv lady who 
^ needs care. 34>1444. 

190 ROOM AMl BOARD 

OAK BAY , 

GUEST HOUSE i 

1052 NEWPORT AVE. 

I S I n g I a room wtth private ' 
j bathroom. Sft 4W._ 

>OOM AND BOARD AVAILABLE | 
your I for man only In SMClous home, 
good nourishing mMik Si-hour cof- i 
.. e > i^ao prlviltoas, color TV, laundry, ; 
VictgJ* ate. Point ar*. Phone 


$320 amenities Reasonabia rent. 

Sorr>’ 

No Children or Pets 
Resident Managers 
Mr. and Mrs. Hand 383^39 i 
Mr. and Mrs. Noad 383-0509 ; diataiv. 

Mr. and Mnt. Anderson 
384-1855 

Office Mon. to Fri. 9-5 
3884»5 

McArthur Park Estates 


386-3124 

WHY WASTE 
TIME? 


Large blight nai^ painted 2-*d* 
room suite from *212. Located in 
Esoulmalt. Children and oata wel¬ 
come. 1 month rant fr* wtth 4 
' months lea*. 477*5473 anytime or 
344-79*. 

— Cotv redecorated t*badr*m suite, 
i Available Immadlataiy. iamas 
I Sav. 


C..,ri I LDlxt hs .Super *iux# Townhouse tf 4 p so. 
_ ^ ^ _ ft., 1 bedrooms. 2 bathrooms, rac 

WELCOME 'ZJiZTZTZ, ^ 

/^K. I C C 8 i A I I ‘ ■ thtPl' «mlfv. Available Immadl- 

ONE b/v\ALL ' 


140 DOUGLAS ST 

B*een and SIme* 
acre* from Baavliful 

Beacon Hill Park 

shaka rom. 

—Lar* pHvata *lcany 
Private gardana with ganaraus! 
patios, cedar tralllaag. and' 

—I^^’iandaraplna, ahwfttabobrd, 
underground *n(lng. ^ | . ...i, 

—Spectacular views at peaan, pbonina • ^dyn jtndla/;d^^^ 

mountains, harbour and Parlla- •SSThd la ka* all thate 

mart BulMlnaa. — . .rti mri 

-(Live In Vietorla'i finaat apart-IfHOWC U fl.ffw f* JT 
mani), ct^ to acaan wa- tram lha many wa have •• af^ 

torfronta and dewntawn aha* — I Hare are aoma * awr new bulld- 

acroas from *auflful iLftf*-.. . 

D.,^—_ LJ:II Dm«>L royal GRAMAM-^444 BRAHAM 

beacon nil! rark icedar hillpl. __ 

ADULT ORIENTED .^14* C*OAR HILL 

3-bad with two 4 >pl^ bathe from DONEGAL APTS. 

134 c —3931 DOWUIR PL. 

SfeiiTHOUIES ' 3 S,Sft'“T'K«cf 

ROCKMERE MAMOR 
—1144 I 

404 DUNOAS 
1333 PANDORA 
944 BA4JMORAV 

GRAHAM HOUSE—im OMENS 
FRANK STAPLES m-fW 

KIM GILES SBS-lllft 


WANTED: FRONT FENDER. 

JrUi, ate. far 1944-59 Chav^or G^ 
pickup Must * in good aha*. 

. 73 , *74, '75 ^VBRy 

ibia or hardtop. Baal attar. 

744-3 349. __ 

WANTED: IRIOHT 

gS3J:'-!iT 'eJAiV. G? 

SI30. 474-4344. 


WILLE MOTORS 

of RECREA^liflAL^vKnCLES 

SEE our CAR AD 
In Today's Classitiad 
^ASS 154 

WILLE MOTORS LTD. 

3740 Douglas at Ctovardate 
342-2313, OPEN 9 'tit 9 P.M. 
D*00440A 



COMFORTABLE ROOM FOR 

-- --.student or working man, reason- 

BRAND NEW LAKESIDE HOAAEl'abk. 593-7444. 

LUXURY ABOUNDS IN THIS 1152 aoARD EX- 

PlcVasq* lake off your patio. P«r_meal. 479-4*3. _ 

runniitg creak at sidal Large ^ .. n^Rnt^ 

has wet bar. Maitar badreom has 191 ROOM and BOAiU> 
anauita with Roman tub, aoMrata 
shower stall. Formal dlnlrw room 

Srolt* 5 aoDi Ar*exceotio^ 7of Youh® fllfl training at Goodwill > For the children cavarad plav area 
8 UYRIGHT_ WtthiTy a if 345-5754. 


WANTED 

.ROOM and'BOARD NEEDED. 


PET 

ALLOWED 
PER SUITE 

NEW 

BUILDING 


I Coiwood.' 3-badroom aMo-by-sWa 
dupiaxoi, rhildron and pots vml- 
! com#. 

' Bcoutlful d-bodroom home, flra- 
, Place and many extras, Brentwood 
Bav. 

' 3333 KMts. spacious S-btdroom. 
Upotr suHa in lovely home, Mtio. 
'yard. 

Stt 202-970 Hillsida. 314-5194. 


CorwII 


DljOI54tA 


474-1411 


119S ROOMS TO BENT 


12 x 4 ?'“J^ 2 l»“clo»'ln*nMr"likt »» TO *125. SINGLE «OOM. IN 

1&«, E««"’«S“lui!'cSS ln T"*"* 

17x43 Classic, Mill Bay. 

13x44, like new. Lennon Crook. 


adults accaaa to Muno. p*I room 
and tabtg tennis. Wo pov halt of 
hydro bIHa. Fhont rasldtrt manaa- 
er, 342-1090, Office 344-9793. 


dudes utiiiHas, bod. lobla, chairs, 
hot Plata, in Vic West ar*.. 
344-5405. ' 


1,<5 «W«»L^ER ' 

door complato, not running, siw. 


474-1397. 


OKANAGAN 

CAMPERS - TRAILERS 
- REPAIRS - 

_ Wt InstOlt HITCHES 

■W'CHE^YWAGON. O^D 's-BurnOf Ho? PlOtlf^’*^^ *34.95 
ditlon (robullt). *300 or bast otter, Water Tanks *11.95 

3a2-49S7.___Fire Extr- 

474-4775. 


Ph. 656-5504 DL00248B 

10077 Oalarsn Rd., Sidney 


RUSS HAY 

Leisure Products Ltd. 
2538 Government 
384-1014 

"BONAIR" Fold Down 

TRAILERS 


12x44, 3 8 R. family *fk t* value. 1 FudNfSHEO, UTILITIES IN -1 
24x40 in new Mrk, nMr lake. eluded, share lar* bathrwm and 
12x41, 2 bedroom In Brentwood. , kitchen, separata antronca, fully , 
For vlawlnn and easy financing carMted. 595-4414. 

"^24 hn!!°^or* MiVi**TIi5'MODERN 

743-5*4. DLOtiSSA. 1-1002 Gold- Ing room ond kitchon prlvllap*, I 
str*m Avo. lady. 25 •I't* 9''*^’ ■ 

PLATEAU AAOBILE LIVING LTD. *"‘**' ^ ’’....V —aTTTT- 

744 OoldStTMm 'room FOR RENT, WALL TOi 

474-2151 (24 hrs.) : wall carMts. share bath and kitch- 


GORDREAU 

APTS. 

(129, 131, 135 GORGE RO., E.) 


FOR THE 

WESTCP Agr LI FESTYLK 
WE OFFER THE 

3RD 

DIMENSION 


MANCHESTER! 
COURT ! 

(545 MANCHESTER ROAD) 

MAKE YOUR NEXT MOVE TO 
MANCHESTER. BRIGHT, NEW, 
LARGE ONE* AND TWO- 
MDROOM SUITES, EXTRA 
LARGE SUNDECK, QUALITY AF* 

f2h.'»*'*F‘oi‘T4"'VEyr£% 

'^^,'‘"Ap¥SrN*.'jfE"NT*Vo’1^,¥« 


FOR FURTHER INFORMATION 
CALL: 

BROWN BROS, on BLANSHARD 
346.4771 (ANFTIME) 


REDWOOD 

PARK 

(155. 157 Gorge Rd.. East) 


1144 ROCKLAND 


NIAGARA COURT 
James Bay Areo 

535 Nlagora. avalti^ new and 
August lat, 3*badreom aulta, 
4254.25. t-badroom fuit* atartlno 
at *192.29 to *212.21 ClM to *r 
iiamart buiwInM and govern mart 
effka, bright, apa c iaua omt*. in- 
clu^ hait and «Pblaytolen, fr* 
parking. Cantrollad antran* and 
aiavatof, sanud twirl pbo(,^ 
the aaa, ehopping cantra «nd Baa- 
con HIM Park. Bus at* in h*t. 
Will coniMar Infant child. Na pats. 
Res. manaoar. Mrs. Smilav. 


TERRACE BRIAN 

140 Craft St, 

O*. Jam* Bay iguara 

I and 2-br. w-w ttreugheut, caior 
applitncM. CdWaMiien, alavater. 
quiet p*ola and buMdlng. Claaa ta 
Parilamart. OopoaM lar* Mil. 
*254 and under. Phpga Mar- >7 
343-5151 or 112-S39-M aftor 4 
, p.m. Adult blodc._ 


Quiet, adult apartment llv-iEniov tn. wmnw - pa, »»! i*AA'i“*!iY* Yal|A**Vu<fusT 
ing that include.: JS,'*, X’l SWf’lSTbr'SJS 

-individual interior deeigns | 

—DeluTW BppliBncBI Largo, bright suites 

—Recroeti^ room ; |Jl 5 a”*"* ^ 

—Wall-to-wall carpeting > 

—Underground parking j RSd 5 mt®liv*S#rs 

and many other features Frictd to rort from *220 for 0 * 


EASY SET UP 
EASY TOWING 
COMPLETE FACILITIES 


EASY SE1 
EASY TO^ 

PLETE F4 

"TlSf'Tnur>..ndrV,'’”: Luxury of Camping 

> NV.SERVICE ^NTaE ^ PrkM 


Wa have stvaral nicely located! an. *100 Inclusive. 595 -0931. ! Oulatly located on the banks of the. ....y. __ . - . 

ROOMS-rN-^r^busE jgxe^^^^ h, the quiet rair-jSSSjnor’noSRA'I? JlSi 

JS'l.rt'iri T*|1K >.V>:iE"'.nS l«Fisi':‘;.‘JS'a'"- ^•"!l.r»M,nd.ck..M.tu,ln.: . field district j cl, 3e24«7. sisaris o,:- 

"£,'"1* 'ft *'.VSS. SlF A I R F I E L D. FURNISHED TIIE StU) DIME.NSION 

‘“ilo"- vYctSri. VtMisi LT.TV^'SntS^lis'WnS?."' s?' i slvn;°°' Is only minutes from shop- 

'd'C^"" - “•‘“‘ clean FURNISHED-ROOM, ^ ^ „ PI::?■J*'”""'??P 

klfchen facilities, working man. Ona-tadroom suMas from *I95.M.; and Beacon Hill Park. 

4' WIDE HOMES • :fr'TS&.rV, 'r., i Deluxe tvwHbedmom suites 

US'M'a^SScsl"^"*' *' renting, tn^ J^S 


For furthar Information call: 
BROWN BROS, on BLANSKARO 
3tS-4771 (onvtima) 


pats. 'Bachatar oultaa ar Vi 40: 
1 -badrMm from 4145; badroem and 
*n, 4220. Phona raaldart manw- 
er. 3 M^ 7 . 


NOW RENTING 


«oe<!ek'’t5sairLw. 

Modern Park Space 


595-3274, aftar 4. 


650 Burnsida near Douglas 

__3444)313 _ 

W^NTEmMET^ OR FIJRE - SPECIALS 

.MUST SELL ;j FARKLANE Hsrdtoo 

iS*‘7*2*'DoJs.’^'cTmi'''" .SSL 47 “king 

I.n«ri Inal*, *1000 or orrer ( axcoHant aqulpnwnt 
xighout- Coma *e and make 
off« 




Inal*. *1000 _ 

34iS13B4. _■ i throuahojt. Coma — 

/-■ft/uaLdTF~390 CUBIC INCH EN-,an offer on *4000. Everything eon- 

t.umrvB't k/rv . 1 . 1 ,, - 


NOW OPEN for vour convenience 
Mon.-FrI. 9 a.m.-# p.rr 
*725 Sat. 9-5 Sun. 1-5 

*245 
*195 


legat. 314-1710, 9I3'1«)4. 


. . -L ... n ' OPEN FOR INSPECTION 

For further Informatfon call. i-THTtc eert-nrcAmiTTj 
— - I BLANSHARD 'THIS WEEKEND SATUK- 


BROWN B^S. on BLANS) 
345.irn (anvtlma) 


2 BLOCKS FROM UVIC. FULL 
facllltiaa. 1105, 477*9243. 


HOISRKBKPLNO 
ROOMS TO RENT 


gine. ’Alao 1944 
343-4529, ovanin*. 


Ford parts.! aidtrtd. 593-3142. 


__-.^Vr.TF ATTENTION!! 

1944 CORVAIR CONVERTIBLE. MOTOR HOME BUILOERSI 

1300 944-4444. _ Fibrsglass walk-through embu- 

6 r~Ctr 6 v " v^ T 0 N. ~'N 6 iM 
dutch or tor *rtt. 3IH343. 


BOB’S 


U CHEV *pOOR SfOAN FOR 
carts. No motor. 4484114._ 


ABBACADABRA 

FA one 

new homai. This 44x14 Baodix Is t block from bMch and bus. clean 
available in a family park with lar* fully furnished houstkoopirtg 
school and shopping a short dis- room. Frfd* and *to»9« “P^9i* 
- AA«..-. . TF^ lihc* •W9V, Pavmanta start at,balcony, all utllltlas^Mjcludad. O*- 

MOBtLE HOMES LTD- only $240. mo. lloman protorrod. *139 par month. 

25 Craosa ' 344-3433 buVRIGHT with'August 1 st. 474-0915 or 3444124. 

SmY cupbiir”as"’ahd’ ImiM''^^^^^ OL 00414A corwii DL01941A 474-1411 

otc., 1944 GMC. 43,000 mil*, with! 

all h*vv-dutv running g*r, gooo ] 97 o _ ... ... .. 

she*. <2000. 477-0453. 59M14I. |, g , ^ © jvi A O . Fully eooippad.' P 4 d rent mM until and of August., to town ond, *?? 

- camper. STOVE, i ONLY *995 , K 11 h c 0 n .OPjMloncas, dj^o, | including^oll^. ML*!?*-. 3»-313', 


DAY I SUNDAY. 1 TO 4, 

1151 OSCAR ST. 

For further Information 


The 

Princess 

Pembroke 


NICE 1-iEDROOM APARTMENT, 
ovoilobia Augutt lit, t* fteor, 
*194. Including hoot, parking, 
coblovision, dooorstivo flraplaco, 
bMms. woli-to-wgil cw^, dropos, 
storan# room. AvallaMa so^- is*- 
top floor modlum tin, 4190. first 
floor lar* slit, 4190. EMulmall. 
young child wticama, no pats. 
345-4992. 

JUBiLEE AREA 

fAodarn building with sparkiins 
whirlpool and sauna, axercisa 
equipment. Newly dtceratad 
suites. 

Studjo 4175 

1 BR from 4IW 

2 BR from , , j243 

Very large suites, convanlam. Sa 


NEW BUILDING BYl and viewing, contact 

Bob Craig 388-«)61 2 Bedrm. 

• - -- - -- Goae to 

BEAUTIFUL 
FAIRI'ELD 


feway shopping. 
479-4444 KilmornKk 


1020 PEmbroke St. .7,4a» Kiiin.fnoc» tISiK* Lt« 

1 nedrm. jiK-SM7^Q£j|.ona Monor Apt. 


_ITWO COMFLETELY FU«NI»ED 

FARKWOOO MOBILE HOME. IM-!housokoapine raoma wlth^frl^. 
imadiota posMUion of roqulrad. i stovt ond sink. In Ftirfiald, clo*, 


CENTRAL 

PARK 


$245-S295 


used TRAiLERr’la'^-''’-™''-"^---— 

wanted: MUNSIE k^FEEDS, I 'F •'». XRI.E TOCRAT. L',.- 

er.v con dition. 479-1409. _.i,nd sink. Hydraulic lacks, Itveii-1 ,,, “"tal^ ----hired gentleman. Walking distance 

-^rr-rr-,. .. .. .. ... 14 'AA APISTOCRAT *1730 SPACIOUS AND SPECIAL [to town. 1024 Johnson, 3*5-4441 

>ry living, Contra - 

» of cupboards, 3 


740 HOLLY CARB. FOR CHEV. 

Ford or Chr ysler. 452-1371. __ 

|FEEOS,_^_^^_,^ .. 

__.iorKl“’ 8 ink. Hi^rauiic lacks, level '-1 ,,, WI*J 1 ^tqj.rat 

, u^HPR ORBURATORS. hng geuges, very cl*o. Oav view- 'J, * arMtiuu* anu 

5jDCc1"".*tt«J;)«i»£^ j^^J^ 0 C»«D^««..n,k, Ii. VANOuXRb,'’ 1 i;nln,, iK t ' 


Li. 'AlkW" «iHOUSE«fFmG“i*o'5»r‘FoSI 

I rant, idMl for middle-aged or re- 

Ul79 f ti.a^j lAIAlkina lilalAAF* 


TRAVEL TRAILERS 
5lh WHEELS 
MINIHOMES 
FARTS — PROPANE 
SERVICE 


aTgTT FOR PARTS. ENGINE 

.riH r..r.and. 59B-4444. 75 TIOGA 23 FT. MINI-MO- 

-- -.^Tt AMP |lo*'t*0'ne V S. eoto , P.S.. P.B., atr, 

SDNBE^ ALPINE PARTSj^D py,n 

Chav, motor, as Is. Call y4-»*>«_ ixkt,av fridge, dual holding tanks, 
e/san—BiKBPeLA^ CANOPY, loolv 30,000 milss. *11,200. will fake 
rP'^'LkA.^si.W 471-7447 trade. Phone 344-1014. RUSS HAY 

lik e new, *450 7 474-707.-.— LEISURE PRODUCTS LTD.. 2534 

wLnCH BUMftCR FOR^.FORO ‘ 3ov*rnme.il. 

truck, like new, *100. 47*-74*7. --—-—; 

-■■ 'CUSTOM camper and trail- 

16^ AUTO BEPAIRS, cushion*, any sire or shape, if 

.SERVICE «4 ■roi^!«|;,, FS'.V.*",: 

•''“'t1'l“l,*c"uV''fTrn,ture : SUPHULS LTD. 

uJi ro*lrs. ^wf5lra. anytime. 3412 Sooka Rd., *ar Jacklln 
flat ran of »l3^jy. 3f3-545* ftmt. 


FAIRFIELD 


w iX olumbi* andit fwnlshtd houiek*plng roomi In 
In most ettra^tlvaTamllylolOer co^rsio*. ^I^t with 
view caII Friendly M*ile ler* kitchon to share. 452-4344. 


1017 QUEENS 

(;iUILT - PRIVATE 
-Moving expEnseg to $100 
No damage deposit 
Free parking 
384-7164 or .384-6723 


::a0 Linden Apartment* 


bedrooms. 

, oark. To view coll Frtondiy Mobile ler* I 

Horn*, W Hrs., 1-1002 cOOK-FAIRFiKd. small NICE- 

iy Qldstream Ave. DL0U3 5A. ^ ,y fy^nltfied, newly decorated, own 
WHAT A SPOT I [appliances, share bathroom, ft- 

W# have several homes situeted inimalas only. *100. .344-0^. 

ots. Bom slngli a* double cook-Fort ar*. mid- 

: In a choice of styiM, landscaped . RidAriv ladv only 

land ready, lust tor you. Friendly i ~ 

' Mobile Hom*s. 474-12*4 - 24 hrs.! -— 

' MOOi Goldstream Ave. OL01635A. :»I0-*120 MONTHLY. FAIRFIELD * _ __ 

- gjy Kitchenettes, newly A new and oecluded apait- 

LOTS OF LANOll I decorated and furnished for ladles. Ant comolex vet onlv min- 

Beautiful homo on 'A aero loti Mil-1 479 - 13 * 3 . ' complex yei omy min 


1955 ASHGROVE IT. 

S5 » 

within walking distance to.room woii-to-woii carp* H^ arw 

town. OiUdren welcome. No ^?5Jnt^'anwr.^F?»one*l»atwoen 

peta. Pleaie Call Mr. John i 3 p.m .-5 p.m. 59 » 554 i _ 

Johiwton. 385-3692. or Mr. i omp 

I Jifls Tfl2-3434 HU j Anie. AftirFR 

A new building with w'all fo pti a t F a tl ' Prwr .av n i Bj^^AVEEN OOOK'QUADRA 
wall drapes — controlled p ATSTCiTn ' Avaiiabia now or Aupoef lety la p 

entrance, gamex room, etc.' - i 

Only a few choice 1 bed¬ 
rooms available. Rents from 
$205. 

Mr. Fatterson at 

385-0742 


QUADRA 
WOODS 
4038 Quadra 


474-05221 


a^TsT pwr 347 on Iho road. 

AUTO 

Most M foooonowa. Caah or 
tra*. ST 9022 . _I 

ICRAF CAR! HAULEIX | 

_ 474-9571. _ 1 

IM CABS AND TRUCKS 
WANTED 


DOGWOOD TRAILED SALES 
PARTS - PROPANE ^ 
RANOELL TRAILERS AND 
CAMPERS 474.4441 
2430 Davnio Road 
DMiar LIcanca 0-27940 
Highway 1 at M1llstr*m Rd. 


WANTED 
TO BUY 

TOP QUALITY 
CARS 

DePope Motors Ltd. 

1407 Broad St. 


ARE YOUR TRUCK 
SPRINGS ADEQUATET 
Wa sell and Install DENDOFF 
Ovarload aprlngs tor all trucks 
Including imports. Phena 344-0213. 
LOOAN’s RV SERVICE CENTRE 
450 Bur*lde E *t n oof Douglas 
RUSS HAY LEISURE * • 
PRODUCTS LTD. 

2534 Govarnmant 344-1414 

"Fold Down Trallors" 
.Uy^SGLLCgfj^tON 


Party—Propane—RepaixB 
CANOPIES 

2 styles of VAN-TOPS 

Custom Building and 
Van Conversiona 
652-3941 

6459 Patricia Bay Hwy. 
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 


' itary Mvlng our commission so 


HYBURY 

HOUSE 

3444 SHELBOURNE ST 


APTS. LTD. 

CAPTAIN'S 

WALK 

NEW BUILDING 


'Sot far from,417 VANCOUVER. BRIGHT UP, 
scanlc salting. 1 Jt**/*.jw" •"‘1 
7 900 Try Sl4J00t I Su't oi*f woman, 4132. 343-1493. 

BUYRId”' ^ With; 743-2153. .... . . 

OL0154IA 474 1*11 - u/e.viur*. nicTAMrF ’-To something different to you 

townr o*n for rant, t 1 a.m. to t in apartment living, 


uies from downtown. Situ-' 1 bedroom suit* ovoiiablo- In- ?,84-0834. or Ans 


HIGH QUADRA ~ CHAIIM1NG, 
worm, cut* o* bodrwm tulle and 
ona bo^aior sulta with firootaco 
In a fint old ma*len. Levaly park 
Ilka surroundings. Fridgt, arava. 
halt, wattr, cobla Includod. QuI* 

singla lad y. 4200. 3*2-5340 ._ 

SPAdbuS SUITE; VERY LARGE 
living room; 1 bodroem plus *fl: 
doluxa ceiourad gpbitanoM inclu* 
dishwathar, olaasart outlook^ 

1357 Esquimalt Rd. 

(Past Admirals Rd.) 

1 AND 2-BEDROOM sulta vHth Murphy bad. FrW*. 

surras FROM j!96 ;r qX '“ArtlX. '"tVJS, 

Phene manager. Apt 403. xi-sia. _ 


on 3 acre, of wooded385^1 anytime. 
’ was.sUjWft. Try *i4joei ipropertj. we can offer 


24x44 *luxa, *ubla wl*, laraa, -i 

lot, dining rMm, 13;^ living'^ WALKING DISTANCE TO; 
room, fomllv room, 2 full baths. 4 town, open .for rant, it e.m. te l 

siiSTA fcsr'?i''‘bSir3;:.r, i j‘>hn.on_^r*L- 1 


HenU from $220 
Mr. Hams — 479-5688 
Mr. Tamke — 479*7837 
Mr. Darling — 479-0119 


Enquir a rt: Ri 


1975 15W' TRAVELAIRE. VERY 
attractive# fl*r plan. Hat all co- 
vaniences, toilet, *■ *'.. 


FOR RENT 

TRAVEL TRAILERS 
13’TO 22* 
656-34U 


Ladv Essax — 270 Simeoe Straot. 
342-1042, sauna, swin pool. 
*179.59 — 107 ono bodroom. 


WE ALSO CONBIGN 


poMibimv to purchaso let. SMkoiilf VANCOUVER. BRIGHT UP- 
oeton vltw*. *59,900 firm. 442-5511. [stairs room and kl^hen. Vacani. 

24 aSJ DESPERATION SALEH Suit old«f wcmPi, SIM. i 

Leaving and will lose nrtonev butijuBILEE HOSPITAL AREA, 
rr.ust Mil my 1974 1152 sq. ft., large room, furnished, 4120, 

home, turn1sh*d. 4 ogpl., paijp August lit. 59S-4493, ... - • 

SX!- lSrpr!2.M*AK^-sTDNiT- , 

Gr.nt «Ami. CP-WII DL01541A. |Au,.yl A«’b|7.* 

ARE YOU TIRED I ' ertbr --p ..vif *1’3-79 - 203 one ^room 

'Of paving th# landlords bills?'HEAR , ; *‘25.00 — 202 one bedrwm 

Why not move Into one of »fovf. sink, ^ly furnished. Cable-: jjsi .23 — so* two Mdroom 

ijj2:!iri§SK;ssss;.. 

conditlonli^ 11 ft. vanguard ^ I- ^ ev 2 or 3 bdrm. with ui'll'Y s?r%Vwark St ^ All rants ar# eurroni, 

9*^ I'iS GLENELLE, 13 FT. TRAVEL . ^ 1 . on City busi Skirted, sun- - 

_trallar, sleaps 5 comfortobly. I*'decks! Ouiet secluded s*t. *320 roc:klano AREA. NEWLY DE- For furthar information colt 


COMPETITIVE RATES 


ROCKUND 

Spacious naw 2-bodroom sultas, 2 
bathrooms, utility rMm, dtluxe 
appitancas. Including dIshwMhar. 
Amanitias Inclu* swirloMl, sauna 
and workshop. Avallabit immodl- 
attly. Farmer investment A Rmi- 


KAMEL POINT VILLAGE 
Dallas Road, available now — 
thr* 2 -badroom, adult bulldinq 
only. Avallabla August 1st — 2 and 
3-t>edrMms, childran eermlttad, 
modern deluxe suites, nicely lann- 
Kapad, saa and mountain views, 
close to town and on bus route. 
From $2S2-*?95. Sorry, no Mts. 
3*2-9507. __ 


Service CEDAR HILL AT HILLSIDE. 

one and two bedrooms, ona bache¬ 
lor. AvaHabIt August 1st, lea- 
tam*r 1st. View. Good rat*. 
- 343-3332. 

one BEDROOM SUITES. ONE* 
Large brtoht I-, 2- 92?.: bteck Jamaa Bav watarfront, 
sullts with carpet, drapaa, ••ova!^y,,„yp August l. from 4114. In- 
end frI*#. iciod* h*t, *rklng, coWo. Phono 

Fujiy furnl*hod ault* also ovaii-, ntonogor, 3K-9iS5. 

SMctaculor vrtwa of Inner Her-,AVAILABLE AUGUST 1, l-iECS- 
bour and city lights. room corner aulto, wifh good view 

Skylight exerciM rMm with sauna. ! in jamas Bav. 4259 a month, hMt 
Sun court opens onto Vk Watt 1 and wattr Included. Phone 314-2709 
Park with bowling groan ond mw pftar 5 p.m. 

Conv!rf,m''but Hop. i fTE DROOM JUITE, AVAILAiLi 

Wa pay half tenants hydro, 

scry, 00 colioron c oo... SSTWoSc. 

PLEASE CALL RESIDENT MAN-illat, *145 . 479.249*. 

ACER: 3*34251 -- 


-- • __ .trailer, sleeps 5 comfortjbly. IM 1 d^ksl Quiet socludod SMt. *220 ROCKLAND AREA. NEWLY DE- . v. ..- 

i#79 VOLKSWAGEN WESTPHA- box, pfopono ttovo, wotof tonk, month bwsi Full price *19,995. > corated furnished room with fridge BROWN BROS, on BLANSHARD 
u. >nl?rti»i^ I PortoWo tollot.. Jocks god. mirrors I ©ppnt, 47At*1t. Corwii and hot plate. 595-1459 345-4771 (anytime) 

Phiol'SalSh.’'"’ _— -,HOuliKEEP!NG_._ROO«.. FOR- 


WE ALSO CONBIGN Ph one 344-4973. _• I OWN THE LAND TOO! I ' older ma 

▼Xa i-vrti I •*!» For clean ' FOR RENT — WINNEBAGO 24 ’|S®^T TOP TENT TRAILER, 133 * p month buvS t bMUtIful now;dore. 

rill Biii Madsen-chiaMiin Air r^dttte^ ^ta* '*• PfOP*"* *^«y# and tank,,nonie lust under 1000 sq. ft. In a,.—-—. 
A*^ 47 A 56 rLl 5 *’‘«m 1 ^ now t ; „rvkad 1 acre lot not for from CLOSE , 


I older men, non-drinkar. 1255 Pan- 




macautayHorth 
(BMimiants 


ae^icad i acr# lot not'fiir from CLOSE TO 
Victoria. Close to ail shopping, ate.: August 1st, phM# affar 4 p.m. 

Don't mist outi Ask for brant 344-1027. closed Sundays, _jl-bcdroom from $195 

47,.UM. Ccwii. DL01J4IA. Tv»o FURNISHED HOUSEK'EP 12-bednx>m trom J260 

no rMms. *90 and *100, share ....n,, 

....... c. .PC, 'Resident Manager — Molly 

Allw«)od 


l(« lAMPEBS, TRAILEBS ijw TELESMPING CWE^j M HARDTOP. TENT 

.ad MOTOR HOME8_ ‘pWipJ"^?-. cnT p«7,l!.V2c2SSy. «rm..' 

PARK T.A,,F. - : iir-p,'-J «Tr.;‘^?r'°"-*’*” :x ar 

In comfort, 4 If need be. Propgne I with toilet, hlfch. propane fridge, ,74 OOOGE TRADISMAN 2001 1 Carpal. Gantiamar 

pu^ric^. pii«-*“brK' S, corwii OL0I541A 474-1411 | HOUSEKEEPING^ ■ 

price. Phone Hubert Beyer efter a s. _septambar on inrgugn, •'•epj^.#' ui*rina ahuMr Priwjite o*rk Iroa a n^Anth yai..ciss 

p.m. at 477-0904. 


Call 382-5622 or caO 
P. R. BrowTi and Sons 
385-3435 

E. Y. Conitruction 


NEW 1977 ITASCA 22' MOTOiR 

home. Root air, ^FM itorM, 
•.track. All metal frame, 350 
Chev.. duett, bathroom, monv 
ethers extras, must be seen et 
* 19,900 only, mi Certi^* Cfja- 

2534 Gdvarnment, DL 
3a5-17W. _ 


00904. 


galizie canopy,.** wide 

box, Insulited. ponellod. wired, 
while with wood groin sidot. oHd- 
log wlndov*. *325; olio, 3-^ef 
prop#* stove, excellent condition, 
Deva. 342-5443. _ 

rt SUNSET TRAILER. ONpS^ 

me*. 1975. appHancoi. tvO 
shower. TV, antennae. ^.**;*». 
•tt4-0279. anytime; or Fort Vlctorl# 
Trallar Park, aftar 4 p.m. 


1 959 GMC 22-FA$5ENGER 
achMi bus, good shape, cam- 
perked but needs finishing. 
3*5K»001. 


1973 CUSTOM KUSTOM KOACH 
3IW' *luxe trailer In like new 
condition. A better trailer lo hard 
to find. 592-4542. 344-7594._ 


BACHELOR. ONE-BEDROOM, 
and two-badroom suites available, 
August 1. .end August 15. From 
SI93 par month. Small pets wol- 
come. Chomberlain WallL 1441 Oak 
Bav Avtnut. Mana*r 5*4-1120- 


*145 AND *235, ONE AND TWO 
badrMm suites, which Includaa 
heat, cable. *rking, aauna, gomaa 
.. ... . room controlled antranco. 904 AAar- 

MMtrn apartmanl tjlock, lndpor|kat St. 3t2f4419. 


2 WEEKS FRDE RENT 

Two-bedrMm large suite, *247 .1 ro^ < 

Modern apartment block, Indoor, kat st.- - 

SSfor ""MrlrofHd* 4nlrinc'?*1lvHV LANOFORD.COLVyOOD AREA 
:*lS 'Immidlllffly ChllirV. W.F^ h« '-dr»m tP 

come -TBt tf ils schMis. Shopping and tranaaor- 

come, ^ chlidron wticoma. utlHtiaa 

LARGE BACHELOR SUITE, *140. Induct. *221.4. 474-4109. 

Two bedroom suite, *230. Both ^ , • _ • . 

with wall-to-wall, colored apph- FAIRFIELD, Q U 1 F T . 1-BIO- 
■nets, fcalconlas. off street park.. room, tIOM to park, sh^ng^s. 
log, V* block to bus atop. Cook- -Fridgt, stova, lauriorv, hMt, ewa- 
PanMra arte. 1205 Ruditn StrMt. 

Small children wekoma, but sorry, smoker. *145. 34S-457S 
no pets. 342-4472. 


LANGFORD > 2 AND 3 BED 
room sultoa In new gerden opart- 

ment. Children's play area. Call at; Of>sr'\e\nnA MAinlntc 
104—434 Gran*rson Rd, or phone KOCKIOnO neiynib 'waaher dryer, 
British American RHity Ltd., Rnrkland and Oak Bey Ave. Avail- 6(2-3129 
474-1430.__ abia August 1. 2 bedrooms, *240. 


A«--rBAi-viue 1 Bcrvarvtu Tw ’ ont-bedrooms' from” *l95. 

ATTRACTIVE 1-BEDROOM , taj.xiM or 594-4755 AHractivo 1 bedroom aultO, 

house. Close .to and dryer, cobia, pleasant ar« 


_ ' Adullsr Private park. Ugg. « month. 314-5415. 

*14,500 firm. 442-5301 evenings. 


ArARTMli.N'Ih ■ 


n»;NT l-NtTBXlSIIT:l) S;'i;'Xiy ,opoin.«l.. 


479-I043. »ii,3w Tir_m^e-8oowi •vw'.trwa._;ftoCKLANO AREA, LARGE FUR 

--TAMncM-TOAVFL 1 1975 HOMCO, 12X44, 3-6EOROOM ; nkhad room with private kitchen- 

Skirted, comes with' tWe. 598-4044. 

.t Sel ^ 4X12, enclosed porch, washer. 

M 2 I 121 dryer, fridet and slova. on 100x170 | ‘‘OO 
furthar Information can 3a2-4oai. , s-yaar least In 

9*y DREAMER (VANGUARD) SMke Centra, *20,000. 442-^. 

oven, furnaca, toilet, two-wav •npiMHnnn. 

197! VW CAMPER. C>ORPeR *ALES AND SERVICE INC. 

roof, propane itova. electric loc ks^jrary ctean. szew. ^w. Homes 

fridge. 4 tires, axcalltrt condition. it 74 14 ' TRAVEL-MATE TRAIL- Dealer for Manco 

47B7342. I ar, 3-way fridge, heater, toilet, 2714 Sooke Rd. 474-9517 

cfBCftiAce Tnp i»*9^ ’ month, new condition. Ooan 7 days a week. DL 0042 2A 

lIVj-FT. 1974 FIBREGLASS (Or , ..>irw OhAna ‘Ui.SIU ---— -- 

Vangard camper, 3-wav fridge, tol- ^,?L“:- LOG HOUSES 

lot, stove, even, iocks. Insuiatod,'CANADA'S 1977 MOTOR HOMES '550 sq. fl. Ready to oe delivered 


DOWNTOWN 

New I and 2 BR sultn in cozy 


basamtnt aulta in house, ciosa to -- and dryer, cobia, pleasant araa, no 

ell amonities. *1M,W month Im ,OCEAN AND AhOUNTAIN VIEWS.,children or pats, all omanIHaa. 
cuding utllMias. ChiMran and pets walking dlstanca to town. 1 and 2, *175. 474-4331. 

allowed. Available August »>♦• 'tedrMms from il*D. Includes heat, u 

34S-5170. , cable, drapes, wall-to-wall carpet DOWNTOWN. BACHELOR AND 

. .i v- ' '• - ..eAT and water, fridgt and stove. Sorrvlone bedroom. 735 Pandora, near 

"0 children or peta. PlMta calliCIlv Hall. Ranga^ fridge, hMt, ho4 
and hot water includod. tll9. Mam ’tt9.eLis ■ - ■-* ----- 

floor, with stove and (ridge. ■*' * - • 

Corner Chambers and Grant St.' 

34S-5437. 477-0525. __ 

B A C H E L 0 R SUITE. WITH 1 
ocean and park view, in adult; 

Hirise for rant, pmI. sauna, swirl 


dual propane tank s, 594-41 95. 

TdEALFOR MOTOR HOME - 
version, 1944 International F van. 


— 19' ^'aury (Duals, staN frame); or can quota on your choke of 
25' elljlbaroloss L«>craJLJ.ck- Dlan^ Mobile Homes. 

Bay 743-S544. DL0t43SA. 


walk through. Offtrs. To view, 947 renT — MINI WINI, AIR CON- . « .w 

—T __ enw Noflh Park, It# soTvlca mantotr. dltlonad. spMd control, avallabla BY OWNER, . 24 *Y_ «, MOpU- 

HARDTOP TENT TR^ER FOR . September itth. Jl«0 par weak, *c line on Cralgfiower Road. 2 bad- 

rant, *45 oar weak. Siaapa 4.#^, 1975 CARE FR*El^ per mile 471-43**. rooms with ensulte bath. Family j 

tricat.propane and ka box. ^•**'9, furM^a. ifoom. Appliances, carpet.^ and j 


4' LI'L. OARL1N. TRUCK'd^MS, OrtSjf^^S.'jffJSsL 


aoualijar -74 

camper, usM four days, stove, fur 


- - - , , -.^1 All modern amanitias. 

$233.00-2BR. EMuimalt. Ig. lU'f*! unusual daslon. 

In quiat family building. Rent. y^Mreround parkina 
includes heat, water, and 1 close to avarvthlng- 
hvdro, close to shMPing and Children welcome. 
schMis. Avail. Aug. 1. ' prom *200. 

. 115 RUPERTS TERRACE. 

*250.00~1-6R, Fairtiald, lovtlY ■ Across from Vk General 
condo with panoramic views of Pnone 344-9443 or 477-3065. 

city and tea. Includes fridge ---- 

and stove and dlshwaahar: 
amenitlas include sauna, and 
swiriPMl and antartammant fa¬ 
cilities Sorry no children 
Avail now. 

*276.00—3-BR Gordon Htad. deluxe 
accommodation, 2 batha. lovely 
large suite, sauna, swirioooi. 

Situated In quiat adult block. 

Avail now. 


NORTH HILL 


1 BEDROOM SUITE IN QUIET 
block, older tenants prafarrad 1449 
: Fort straat. 343-4554. afttr S IWMk- 
idays, anyttma wMkanda. 


16' TRAILER, SLEEPS nart‘^‘‘-'t^ FOR REN T 12x44 3-BEOROOM 

stova, oven, lea box, *750 or oftart. 19M RORO^4-T0N TRUCK. AND - 1 In fornlly park. Alto gives you op- . ^ lj - 342 2001 

. salf-contalnM camper, 1973 BOAT LOADERS. CUSTOM-AltADE tion to buy. *450,00—2 BR. Gordon Head, oa- 

.gAi- mtnl.hAm«< and'anw bialit .j-*.-- « 


York Manor 

JAMES BAV 

AAodam block, dost to tea 
1 -bedroom, 4205 
I-badroom, *205 
Top floor, saa view 
AOU‘ ”■ .. 


PMl. workshop yd Mttlng qrMn.,,^^yoom suite avallabi#. *171.'SPACIOUS 2-BiDROOM^APART- 
*210 par month. 38S-4928. , Rg^idant manager, 343-9024. ment with extra large kitehan op 

ecAiiiuAi acrt'anAM--.back Straat near CMk and Pa- 

- COOK-HILLSIOE^AREA igora. *234. 592-2503 or 593-4402. 

apartmants, heat, hot water, cabia- , ciosa to shopping and but route., 1 . . . . i. 

vision, carMfi, balcony. Chliyan f!^ *174 to *192. In- 1-BEDROOM APARTMENT, I2sa 

wticoma. 4221.19 and ue. 344-3429. eludes heat, cable, drapes, and l par month. IdMl for retired couple 

pcoutMATr— wbaV—NAOFN 'water. Walt-to-wail carpet, fridge or proftsslonal paraan. 477-7459 

.Kd * o«.bl«?Mm .rd . •.».. S.,rr n o P .t.. 3i»9573, .H. r . F.m. _ 

suites, good view Aids welcome, ' . FAIRFIELD ui tCP RA/”*:Ud r\D 

Vi-month rent free. 345«4432. _ 1 Bright, quiet block, ene-badroom MUVjC D/\wril3L\„/rv 

er « o II r** * L T ■ o.BeQROOM wlte. waii-ta-wall. drapes, hMt.idTO par month, applv na. t. 214 

vision, *221.89 and up. Children __ LARGE ONE BEDROOM SUITE 

welcome. 342-1018. FAIRFIELD WATERVIEW far rent. Includaa haat and cable 

•irOLOWuiMALT RD. apt'. 

1-badroom, top floor, beautiful ^*40r_ 

lyg^^ suit e. Onjv *190. Phone rnfmVv''^ c??Jrad“parifSa BACHELOR AND t ^BEDROOM. 


477-7024 or 343<)eU. 
S*^L 


laundry. - - 

_August 1st. 595-3744. 

two-beoroom unit - - 


JJifiSikma wittv'e B#4eh Ideal TWO BEDROOM SUITE. FROM 342-1345. 


OULT5 ONLY 


197S MOTOR HOME. CHAMPION. 
(Titofti. 14^ miiaa, aiaapa 4. A-1 
cendftian, 59S<717._ 


** OVEftHeAO CAMPCT. 
or offari. Flue aquallzar hHch, 450. 
Before 7:30, S42-M _ 


CAMFEftETTE. 5LBE08 f 
Fridge, stova, aink. Jacks optional. 
Offers.- 


1973 QOLER 'mAILCR, FULL 
cPuippaA M new candIHon. 
Phone 3»203*. __ 


Nomad, 479-013*.__itor^ canwrs, mTn1-'hbrnas and 'BUY RrdAT 

'71 vup^TFALIA REBUILT 471- 379 4. 474-275 4._COTWII DL41541A 

mater, vary good tondition. ! i' 


condition. poR RENT 20' MINI MOTORjuxd* 2-BEDROOM PREMIER 
home. Available Septambar 4th. iMMuilna an privatt waterfront tot. 
FOK RENT LARGE CAWPER., “te 

low K(T KAMPER. FBOPANETj/’.'Sf,, "> 

AAriMA AA,M P.inAB^a. V-.*A. H' 4»0 1^m. 59*-l«7. 


fully aquippad, Inaurad. sImps S. 
474-9119. 


'44 FORD BRONCO 4X4. BRAND 
new paint. *1400? Or trad# far 
ca moar. 344 9371 aftar 12 noon. 


FACTORY-BUILT CAMFERETTE 
fridge, stova. aink, good ahapa. 
4400. 595-1479 between 5 and 7. _ 


stova with oven. Furnaca. S-way 


fridge, staaps'dT iikii new. ; »974 MARLETTE DELUXE, 12X4*. ••$?f’‘^v«tfa#9lh includes’ new. cable and 


wwK'tjj* ft terry, si^^eeri six.| 


'71 WINNEBAGO, 22' CLASS A 
motarhoma, with roof air and 
Onan power plant. *12,500. 3tW)02S. 


' ancat. _ 

'eluded, in 
' 478-5407. 


fVR, leiriJRA VH^4, 

quiet, aeanic park. 


avert ngA 


19 74 HOLIDAYBR 14 FT. 
camptr trailer, complataly 
a^aead, *2500. 44^^05•. 


TRAILER C A N 0 R yT W.'aLL STfEL UT'UT', TRAILER, FOR SALE OR RENT, IIXSS IN 
M.,ie,AC ^ in.ieis, 4x4. all Harts. 474-2042 ' Sooke 474-7549. 


14' WIDE 

TRIANGLE HOMES (Victoria),Lt. 
D.L. 0I44IA 474-1774 


eondlflon.' asking *2100. 11' CAMPER,fULLY __ 

_____■i?i?®!2?k2:«'‘^’Si9 7Ti?^' ! 1974 AAARLETTE DELUXE, 12X4*. 

Ik lacks. *2,500. bedrooms, large living 


WINNEBAGO, CLASS A, 19', 'H, 


rear bath model, 24J300 mllaa, A-i’tO' RECREATIONAL 5TH WHEEL'room, large sondack, many extras, 
cendltlen, extras. *12.900. 452-3753, i trallar. offers to »25W. 474-4744. < 474-5407. 


R^A *9'’*'''^ 9*00la. 52^-1 rtd,"^'t5''^i andXwn; LARGE, 2 BATHROOM. FiRE’ 

LoLuh" - il.lAAS TWO BEDROOW m«'fon CAll M^TMT. _!|?S3I0 o?T7..3»i ^ 

9S4- S900 479.1435 ,oartmants, oulat adults only. nwF rfdroom basfmfnti 

kxracwmmMa’fi'on. 'V beths, ESQUIMAU! 2-BEDROOM., ®",Ulco'??S* suit?, BuWa-THIlcCm, »m^ Utl, OAK •AY T^IRN BLOCK t 

lovely large suite, sauna, *219; ibtdroom, *179; bachelor. 5^ ,^'^***' chiiidrin *^'‘^9ma. included. 479-9149, avallabla 1 2"^ hpbroom . syltM»...roo*« 

swiiioooi. Situated in ouiet *140. Rant now, pay from August; , ___ _ 

adult block. Avail, now. ,H99‘uj?oi C9blav^n (AVAILABLE NOW. BACHELOR 

'wafeoma. Phona apirtmant, *145. l-bedroom comer 
1114 BALMORAL I 47|-3t$A 34^70, _ -- - 


' drapes, hydro Included. StMItf. 


apartment, *145. -- - - 

suite, *145. Bay and Fam«^ 
area. Phone 342-8450 or 3a4-2433. 


T-'6R''sulta Tn'a^lt block ^ 1 Avrtla^^a^now 'i Bedr^mV from 

lacondafy.straatjn, tovm. •yN'^to, ft if* includes, ha?, ^abla ,•"? l(fom "iW 'to '*W; 3-badfobm 

apartment, *271. Children 
coma, no pats. 344-9510. 


. 1 Sorry, no childran 

*77 ELLERY ST. »IsH7. ___ - 

From .ljS.5.*£;.''»7hndr.n Ue..EDROO« IN 


rrom >nv.vy pw mmi.n. .^.n i - 13 . 0 ,^, 000 , cornor •oorTr"#"!, 

Av™uISl. to rirt "ST’ » "««■ 1 «.lFom.. SM-Jm. _ Tiar^m Ullim.i TntludM 

PEMBERtSn holmes ltd. I«rr. 477JAM. _, FAIRFIELD, CLOSE IN, BRIGHT MSrthTirrtnt M 71*1 stl-Tm' n c . „ ...nuT rvMI. 

1000 OovcrnrTMnt Str*«t HFRITAGE HOUSE 1 BED-'’-boBroom *o*rlmO"l, h«it*0, Mcnr^irto rt^T. _3*a 7,»l. 7W_r*,A MODERN, BRIGHT, ONE 

- rcnTTTLTAI T - ?.»m,*§ 0 ,- bio^lw'RMrlnSSti. 1177.37 Rtr mmit". Adult*. No IWl. ONE BEDROOM SUITE, ll*!-, ir?/|:?"’,,,*,‘“5r7,7{' 

ESQlTTiMAL,T *140 101 Ontario. 345-5747 Auoust Ist, 342-24/2. Neal, clean, convenient location. Adults, *149. 344 7479 . _ 

IjBfpROpM SUITE. IN THREE-; .cft.r.n. I' IARGE. SPACIOUS i' AND. HALF PRICE FIRST MONTH 


SEM|.FUR',i^).E"S.''"'‘S U I E T1It 
block, garden araa. *150 up. ■ elude d. *230. 7-9 p . m., 342-4944. 
344-4429. ^BgnROOM SUITE IN FOUR- 

DELUXE 1.BEDROOM SUITE, | «•« I" Lwo*^. Includ- 

firapleca. dishwaihar, view. Esqul- •b- *Z4S- M>“7390, 344-z730. .. 


malt. *230. 342-M13, 454-2115. 


QUIET, MATURE PERSON, ONE- 


2320 QUADRA. CHILDREN WEL-'badr^, *1*0 tO*m. 
coma. 3-badroom. *245. *54-5393. cIom ta fa wn, 342-5444 . 

454-5711. __ESQUIMALT 2-BEDROOM. BASE- 

WATERFRONT - ONE ANd!^99| 

two bedroom. Ulllltles includod, :*v9"9bH AuflUat let. 343-1274. 


FLEX. No pats 




0741 


Henderson 


floS'l*'buL''SoR ;7-»d7oor" Imrtmrils .villillli, 3'0 N E B E D R 0 0 M APART- NIC on.-Mdroom .".rtiri."! C- 
1 * ' childcoA welcomo 384-S320 menls. from *121 342-8419 hlevkion. 595-1340. 


■*149.00; JAMES BAY ONE BEDROOM 
• * - T>, *192.7! •- * ‘ *"*■ 












































































































































































































































































































f ArARTMCNTA T<) 
REST UN’rURNIAliRD 


VILLAGE 

OAKS 


) APARl’MK.VW TO 
RKNT t'I>m.'BNIHHF.D 


m APARTBOCNTft TO 
RKNT UWr UE Wtt H ED 


(2125 Otk Bay Avenue) 
Superior oonitructloi), de* 
iuxe appolntmetiU combine; 
to make Village Oaks one of 
the finest residences offered 
on today's market. 'Two and 
three bedroom suites with 
master ensuite, deep pile! 
carpets throughout, under* 
cover parking, dishwasher 
and garburator are just a 
few of the fine features. 
From 1300 to 1600 square 
feet, priced to rent at 5435.00 
to 55^.00. Adults on^. no 
, l«ts allowed. For appoint* 

I ment to view please call: 


Orangewood 

Manor 

4026 QUADRA ST. 
New Building 

Situated in a natural trred, 
setUns. yet conveniently lo*; 
cated on direct buslines and. 
close to major shoppiiig. 

Featuring: 

^Large womhop with work¬ 
bench, table aawa and! 
lockan 

—Pool and aauna 

—Roof garden with lomging! 

area 

In understanding of your{ 
moving day bluea — askj 
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AMP SONS LfR 
"The Nssts ts Sss" 

KINTALS 

On« anS Twa badreom avftaa, 
chIMran cW a lSarsS. Immadl- 
ata accusai^.^^^ 

MACAULAY IMT 
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eiHtarSa ~ immaSlefa ac- 
cwaancv. 


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2S» Prior St. 

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BROWN BROS, 
on BLANSHARD 
385^771 (anytime) 


NOW 

RENTING ; 
THORNWOOD! 
MANOR 

<10n Invamasa St.) 

' SKiCHT NEW SPARKLING 


RenUl Office; 479*3223 I 
or: 388*5471 * i 

—One Bedroom—from $210, 
‘—Two Bedrooms—from 9265 

Sorry — No PeR 

CONCX>RD 

DEVELOPMENTS 


OAKVIfW MANOR 
saao du^a St. 

PH. 3SM4S1 

1 Mr. aultaa from StSO St 
a ear. auHaa from iaaSJS 

5 ltd. 

7aa Fort Stroat a0>S43S 


dciuxa kitchans with plentv of 
countar and cupboard apaca. Lona 
22.lopi aundacka tor anleyina tha 
summer aun. Ample covered and; 
optfl oarkino spaces available. All, 
this In a buildirtb desisnad to pro*| 
vide you with maximum iwmo 
comfort. Pricad from ttSS.OO for 
one-bedroom auitas. For appoint¬ 
ment to view pleaee call Brown 
iroa. on Blanahard — MS-1771 
(onvtlma). 


HILLSIDC AV«. 


1185 


Modam l-badiwn condominium, 
new well-to-wall and drapaa. trash- 
lY paintadL hiduM haat, coMo* 
vision, wttor, nidea. etovok park- 
ln« and lockar. Controllad an- 
traneo. Washar ond drvar avaM- 
•bla. No pets or children. 3S2-dOS) 
after 5 p.m. Rant to purchase poo- 
sible. 


WATERFRONT LOCATION. 
Laroe 2 bedrooms, iVb baths, 
walk-ln closats. Ouiat building 
•tiuatad at tha vmtars adga. Faa- 
turas pool, sauna, and games 
room. Adults only, no pets. Cell 
resident mana«er, 3IS-40S, before 
1 0 or altar 4 p.m. _ 

DELUXE SUITE IN QUIET RE- 
tiramant orientad building. Ovor- 
looking Beacon Hill Park. Spacious 
12S0 square feet, 2 bedroom, hobby 
and bamts room. Booutiful out¬ 
look, S370. No pats or chiUrtn. 
.1050 Park Boulavard. 3BS-75SS or 
. 479 5055. _ 

THE HORIZONS 

Two t-badroom daluxe suitts avail- 
eblo August 1st, 1220 and i&. 
Wall-to-wall carpats. drapas, col- 
•red appllancas, coble, heat, water 
•nd perking Included. Apply resi¬ 
dent manager, 1574 Mkloard or 
- Phono 477-T4M. SoiTY, no Children 
or pots. 


BRENTWOOD 

TOWER 

Apartment Living 
in the Country 

7315 Weat Saanicn Rd. 

BRAND NEW 
NOW RENTING 

Located In beautiful Brentwood 
Lay on 4.5 arres. Approx. IS min. 
to City. Closa to ahopplng, bus, 
and world renownod fishing. Gar¬ 
den plota, seuna, swtrtpool, bkvcta 
room, pool Mbie, workshops. Car 
washinj^ facMitias, txtra parking 


NOW 
RENTING 
PANDALE 
PLACE 

ISM PANDORA AVI. 

Start your aummgr In a bright. 
froilL ntw auNa convonlimrty lo- 
c^ cloaa to town. Footurfng 

TvnSsSCx^ ouNoo from 

For aoMntmant to view pleese 

cell resident managor gt 3M4571 

M5-I771 (anvtima) 


m CLOVf ROALI AVI. «M»I4 

LOCATION 

Tm nsanfti gld bnlMNit cdntrdt tg 
, afntaaf avarymow. on dead ond 

iaistf.T'diaw.TJK; 

I aultaa and one and two bodroom 
suttos from lilt aor manthTPhena 

i HILLSIDE 

On# bad room avaltabtt now. Clooa 
to Hillside Sh^ l n j Centra and 
Cameaun Caiiata. Renta atart at 
tin.M. Ptwna tba manager Mrs. 
L|M at Ms-flTt ar Waatam Homos 

11-bodroaiw SM^^morrtSn c h eractor 
houoo avail, now. Rent of SiM. 
j includaa tr. and at. 

PINSIONERS 

One bachaiar auita available now 
near Beacon HIM Park, tiOSJl 
a.m. 

ESPUtMALT 

S badraem di ml w . Rant tm In¬ 
cludaa fr. A at. Avan. Mtigust 1st. 

ESOUUAALT 

2-bodraam ceneamlnlum, tm a.m. 
plus utliltiaa. Avtllsbla now. 

SAANICH 

1-bdrm. duolox. Avallobla Aug. 1, 
1175 a.m. Includaa fr. and s*. 

FAIRFIELD 

Now 3-bdrm. condominium In Fjk’ 
floM tuat a fbw biecfca from Eii^ 
prgaa IMaf. Rent af SMI oar 
month indudao frldaa and aleva. 
Av^ Ami let. 

BEACON HILL PARK 
t-bdrtn. aot. Aug. lot. Rent IM.U. 


I AFAETMBBTrft TO 
RENT UNFURinUIED 



m AFARTMBNT8 TO 
RENT LTmjRKUMEO 


bllll CtlinlSt VIotaria, aC. TuMday. July X, U7T 


tpoca 1 


r boats, trallars. 


Ono-ba dr oom tultaa from S305 

Two-bo dr eom sultia from ^0 

Heat, parking. TV Includtd 

Raaldanf Manogar. No no «S3*Sfl7 
w aataato Raoitv — 4MA010 
AAaara Oak Bov Raoitv — 590-3St 


AVAILABLE IMMEDUTELY 
3 bedroo m condominium Oak Boy, 
hot wattf, haat, draeas and appfl- 
ancaa included, s^, rafarancoa, 
mature tenants. 

I bedroom condominium. Mghrlae. 
19th floor, swirl pool, swimming 
pool, putting green, lawn bowling, 
view of city, and Inner Harbour, 
heat and hot water Included. S295. 

1 and 2 bedrooms, Esquinvalt. 
from S)70, haat hot-water, ond 
cablevislon Included. Suites up to 
1100 sq. ft., children welcome. 

Can 3IM474 betw e en 9-4, Men. 
through Frl., 592-2142 evenings and 
weekends. 

Available Now 
991 CLOVERDALE 

Bachelor $149 
i 2 BR from $250 


CAPSTAN COURT 

«30HEAD9r. 

A neM'er building cdBitnlly 
located in EsquiniBlt. iMpge 
suite* with balconies, wall 
to wall, drapes, controlled 
entrance etc. 

1 bedroom ftnm—$194 

2 bedrooms from—$250 
See our manager. 

Mr. McCallen 
Phone 38&4)063 


ELLORY AAANOR 

FAMILY BUILDING 
; 855 ELLORY ST. 

U\> feature larger suites to 
! suit your family needs. 
iCloBe to everything in Es- 
! quimalt. Courteous Manage- 
' ment. ‘ 

Rent from $200 i 
Mr. »nd Mrs. Perkins, I 
managers. i 

Phone 362-2942 


WYCHBURY 

COURT 

lOJT WYCHBURY AVE. 

Make your spring move into 
a bright new suite in Wycb- 
buiy Onirt, located next to 
the Olde Bnglish Inn. One 
bedroom suites from $215.00. 
two bedrooms from $275.00. 
Please call our resident 
manager at 3834)602 
or: 

For further tnformatkm 
caU: BROWN BROS, on 
BLANSHARD 
S8S$771 (anytime) 


ONE MOKTH 

FREE RENT 

(You rent for two months, 
then have third month free) 
NEAR NEW BUILDING 
JUST 5 MINUTES FROM 
DOWNTOWN VICTORIA 
(3IILDREN WELCOME 
SUITES FROM $210 

384-0249 

TOD HACKETT 
CONSTRUCTION LTD. 


Also PenihouM Unit 
with Sundock STM 
OR 3854)991 Anaworing Sorvlco 


' MALORI GARDENS ' 

760 Quttns Avonut. A quiet now 
building, walking diaipnco le all ’ 
downtown amonltias. On* bed 
rooms only loft. Sorry, no pats. 
Phono 341-4106. 


CjailHouse Manor 


AVAILABLE HOW, HOUSEICEEP- 
fng room, fumithod, ahoro both. 
AvpiioMa Aueuaf let. fumlahad 
houoakoaptng room with kltohan- 
otto, ouHgblo for motura, raltoblo 
poraen wtthovt cMIdran or pots. 
Cleao to town and bua ling. Phono 
394-1031 


LARGE BRKSOfT SUITES WITH 
choroctor ond charm, carpotlng, 
drapaa, apoMoncaa, llvo-ln cora- 
takor, bodcWd. CMIdran wol- 
coma. Walk re town. Free parking, 
goa cooking gnd hoot. Two bod- 
rooma, from 8231.91. 312-SBfrl. 


OVERLOOKING 
WEST BAY 

Avaiiabla now, 1-bodrooms. In- 
ciudoa haat, cable, water. From 
SIM. Sorry, no cMIdron or pets. 
Call 3S4-9824 botwaen 124 p.m. 

1 BACHELOR FOR RENT, 
available A^uat itt, $125 monthly, 
downtown. Alao for aoie, maele- 
wood double bod. Colonial sofa ond 
chair, M^tvreod dinttta tabla 
with 4 chairs, and draptrlas. 
362-8713. 


1 BEDROOM _ 

Modern block. Infants wakoma, . 
mins, to town, but at front door. 
383-5591 479-1435 4SS-5900 


UPPER FORT AREA 
NEAR JUBILEE ' 
INDOOR POOL 
Available now or Aug. 1st., a love 
ly 1-faodroom auita, ranting for 
$201.54 monthly AIM available 
Aug. lat., a bocholor unit for only 
now to yiaw 595-OM 

please. 


1010 McKonzIaa Avo. 

Featuring very apacloua aultaa 
with extra larpo kitchana. Sauna 
and aoparata biMlard room. 3 bad- 
rooma from $245. I badraoma from 
$190. 

Mri. Handoraon 47F44M 
595-3434 


Adults only, no pata. 


2 BR $225 
Bach. $159 

bridge, stove, drapaa, carpeting, 
laundry room, coblavision Tnclud- 
ad. Bus stop at doer. 7 min. to 
down town. 47I422S, 384-4313. 


1-BEDROOM. AVAILABLE NOW. 
Extromaiy quiet end clean block. 
Controllad ontranca. ClOM to shof^ 
ping centra, bua atop, atnier eltl- 
7en centra. Adults only. No pets. 
3I2-2221. 


FAIRFIELD, ONE-BEDROOM 
auita, radocorated, waii-te-weil 
carpet, renge, fridge, heet, ceWe 
TV, Icund^ fecliifiea. SuHable for 
middle eged or elder lody. 
479-5445. 


TOWNHOUSeS, UNIVERSITY 
Garden Homes, 3 and 3-badreom, 
cloaa to ahopplng and schools, 1W 
baths, family room, cabitvislon, 
woshor-dryer hookup. Includes 
stove ond fridge, porkini, apacloua 
lawns. Children wticoma. No pets. 
$304.25 to $372.25 .595-5313. 


LORD STANLEY MANOR 
Avaiiabla: i-bedroom end 1 bache¬ 
lor suite with colored epplienees, 
wall-to-wall and drapes, perking. 
1350 Stanley Avenue. 595-412$. 


$220 

Specious 3 bedrooms. Includes 
heet. Child welcome. 741 Admirals 
Rd. 3l4rtt54. 


ESQUIMALT RD., I-BEDROOM 
gportment, $170 monthly. Woll-te- 
well carpets, fridge and stove, no 
pets, cMIdran welcome. Phone 
after 5. 313-3102. 


1-BEDROOlM SUITE, UPSTAIRS. 
Including hegted water, Meytalr- 
Corge ereg, electrtc stove end 
9rldM. Wenhng quief people. 532 
Cecilia. 3B4-2M4. 


frldoe. . _ . . 

ad. Ideal fw ctudent. 99S-4430. 

DOWNTOWN APARtMR^, ECO- 
nomkai rent for retired person, 
for gardening, furnace clean up. 
5*54040. 


2 BEDROOM CONDOMINIUM IN 

Esquimait. One child and small 
pet welcome. References required. 
$225 per month. 59572$4. _ 

3 BEDROOM. WALL-TO-WALL, 
fireplace, stove, fridge, washer 
and dryer, $300 with utilities in¬ 
cluded. 479-0195. 


ELDON PLACE APARTMENTS 
We will help pay your moving 
costs. Coma and view spacious 
aoartmants with Indoor pool, 
sauna, sun patio. Swirlpool, pool 
tabla, hobby room. On but route 7 
minutes to downtown. Close to 
shopping centre. Bachelor to 3-bad- 
room units from $115 in near new 
building. 3844)414. 


Sir Francis Droke 

355 ST. JAMES 

A clean quiet adult building, 
controlled entrance, wall to 
wafi. drapes, saund, conve¬ 
niently located in James 
Bay. 

Bachelors $174 
1 bedroom $164 
Mrs. Anderson 3864)647 


NEW 

BLACKWOOD 

MANOR 


3444 BLACKWOOD 
On the corner of Hillside and 
Blackwood Avenue. A bright new 
apartment with views ever the 
city. One bedroom suited from 
$185,000, two bedrooms from 
8280.00. Please cell the resident 
nrenager at 38S-4403 er 

Per further tn^matten call: 

BROWN BROS, on BLANSHARD 
3B58771 (anytime) 


SPARWOOD 

Brand new apartment, 3824 Carey 
Road. Elevator, Graoas, controllad 
•ntranca, wall to wall carpeting, 
cebit TV, laundry, covered perk¬ 
ing, but stop at door, t bedroom, 
$215. bachelor, $185. Please call 
manager, Mr. M. Bol. 479-4297. 


APRIL MAMOR 

2530 WARK ST. 

A quiet 3-storey walkup with 
wall to wall, cablesision, 
etc. Low rents from $145 per 
month. 

Manager. Myron Graves 


NEW 


KINGSWOOD 

Two bachelor suites evolleole. 
No children or pets. Resideni 
meneger, 383*5581. 


NEAR CENTRE 

Colour TV, bath-shower/ kitchen 
with dishes, perking, elevator, 
near bus stop, everything aupplied. 
no meld service. Pool end sauna 

orivlleoes. Studf. 

Weekly to 8W, I2» to $29$ per 
month. Alto one l-bedroom suite, 
$325. 384-2812 day or night. 


Vermay 

Manor 

843 Craigflower Rd. 

mot Mock, 3 years old, available 
now. 1-BR end 2-8R auHes, Bache¬ 
lor suites. Controlled entrance, 
sauna, pool room, heet Included. 
Adults only rw pets. Call ret. cere- 
taker 385-4132 .Office 384-9793. 


Maplewood 

Green 

095 COOK STREET 
2 ^room eultae avail- 


Bechalor, _ _ _ 

able — includae e awlmmii 
4eune. bllllerda end ' 

IBI-«15, 3M4B48 


mine i 
hi^. 


COMFETITrVE RATES 


ASCOT HOUSE 


1357 Morrison Ave. 

(CIOM to JUOIlM) 


NORTH SHELBOURNE 
Vecenev evellebla now In near 
^ daluxa apertment on MidNrd. 
One bedroom on third floor, very 
quiet building neiar Univtraitv. 
$210. per m<^. Bill McCarter — 
Henderson Reeltv Ltd. 3154741. 


LTPER FORT ST. AREA 
A very lovely 1-bedroom suite Is 
available now or Aug. 1st. Rent¬ 
ing for $143.17 with no increase 
for over a year at least. This H 
■ very quiet building. Please call 
595-1210. No pets. 


AVAILABLE NOW 
OR AUG. 1ST 

Newly decorated orre-bedroom 
suites, loceted opposite shopping 
centre, on transportation, very 
quiet building. Reeeoneble rents 
from $144.22 per month to $189.79 
per month. »ieese phone 3824424. 
Adults only, no pets, pleese. 


Ideal locetion fbr hospital person¬ 
nel. Go dutch on rent. Corner 
sultee from 8270. Carpets, drapes, 
stove, fridge, elevator, hot water, 
ample perKina. 

Phofre Mr. Mackey Ste. 402 
Phone 5984711 12-2 p.m. 

Phone 5954278 4 p.m.4 p.m. 

er 38»4)991 e na werina service 


BEACON LODGE. 3 BACHELOR 
suites, across from pork and soa. 
Naar bus, and downtown. Only $74, 
sill, $140. 3834985, 3844444. 


8225 2 BEDROOM, HEAT, LIGHT 
includad. Cerpetad, frldoe. stove, 
cfoee to town, bue end ptay- 
ground. 38B4543. 


AFARTMENT FOR RENT. FAIR- 
field aroa, cfoae to stores, pork 
and booch. SliMa persona only. All 
self contained. 304-1848. 


2-BEOROOM APARTMENT, SEP- 
orate entrance, close to town, 
perk, end beech. $275 Includes uti¬ 
lities. 3B4407I. 


REDECORATED 2BEDROOM 
e^er^ent, $209 per month. 


LARGE BRIGHT 2.BEDROOM 
basement suite, ell utilities Includ- 
* d. $250. 479-795 1_ 

'm A X I M U M EXPOSURE TO 

light. James Bey Hertitege house. 
$210. 3824330 oHer 5._ 

OAK BAY — NEAR BEACH, ONE 
bedroom, $130. Women preferred. 
5924872. 


THREE-BEDROOM APARTMENT 
for rent. Fridge, stove end heat 
Included. $240 monthly. 479-3S70. 


NOW! 

THE SENTINEL 

With reduced rates for thet better 
Scertment, phone 385-1249, for one 
end two-bedrooms on all floors. 


CAIRN VILLA 

Park-ilke setting, secluded erea. 1 
and 2 bedroom suites. Including 
heet end csblevlilon, 713 Ccim 
R^- »--.o ff Old Isouimelt Rd.. 
383-3239. 


VIC WEST 

Clecn, quiet block, wtth well-re- 
wsit, drapes. caWevIslon, twat, 
parking, sauna and rec. room. 
Bachelor aultaa from ftsp artd up. 
Aftpr 4 p.m. 384-7245. 


$180 TOTAL 

1 bedroom bachelor total S141S0. 
Your heat, coblavision, parking is 
includad and you also get g aguna 
gamae room and you'r# next to 
park. Why haaitatat Phone 382 4419 
I or ^8^5^82. 

!_SwjfOl Merkei Street 

GORGE VALE APTS 

1180 Colville Rd. 

Large 3 odr., epplienees, w-w, 
drps. cable perking. 

Large 2 bdr., eppliancas, w-w, 
drps. cable, parking. 

Ideal for Service Personnel 
Small children welcome 
_call 384-7392_ 

S\VTFTSURE APTS. i 

540 Riffet St. ' 

2 badroem suites, front comer. fuM 
bathroom and kitchen facilities, 
W-W carpets, drapes, heet, hot 
water, parking, controlled en¬ 
trance, cloea to beach, park, bue 
and shopping centre, S3M. 
Langtry, 3»1.— 


OPEN HOUSE 

7 p.m.4 p.m. weekdays 
1 p.m.4 p.m. Sat.-Sun. 
l-badroom, St9S 

MURRAY HILL APARTMENTS 
2315 D^ier Place 
at Queens Avenue 

New quiet downtown location. 


TIDELINE APTS. 

1470 DALLAS RD. 
DALLAS ROAD WATERFRONT 

BACHELOR SUITE 
Resident Manager 382-5851 
ROBERTS INVESTMENTS LTD. 


NO HYDRO BILL. ALL YOU PAY 
IS your phone. Newly dawattd 
large l-bedroom eulta wtth bal¬ 
cony. t19S. Avaiiabla now. No pets. 
Bill Weiss, Gardener Realty Ltd. 
385-7721. Eves. 598-8443. 


DOWNTOWN, CLEAN 1 6ED- 
room apt., $175, 1322 Broad St. Not 
sultabla for chlidran or pets. 
386-3928. 


•1434. 


Mrs. 


VICTOMAN APT. 

SPRING ROAD 
1 bedroom suite $140; 2 bedroom 
suite $190. Parent with child wel¬ 
come. Heat, hot watgr and cable 
incl. Rae. Mgr. 385-2584, British 
Amarkan Raatty Ltd. 


ALL UTILITIES INCLUDED, 
2-btdroom basement suite In 
house, close to town. BMbie and 
Stanley Avenue. $230. 38^15. 


1-BEOROOM APARTMENT. $149; 
bachelor. $141. Includes heat and 
cable. No children or pets. August 
1. 384-7924. 


CAMELOT APARTMENTS, 1-BED- 
room, $174.74, adults only, no pets, 
4774330. 3130 Shelbourne. 


2-BEOROOM SUITE FOR RENT. 
For mere InformaTion call 5924414. 


2 BEDROOM APARTMENT, $275. 
1-badroom apartment $835. Includ¬ 
ing utilitiaa. 384-4071. 


$177 PER MON'TH 
One bedroom apartment eutte. 
wall-to-wall carpets, available Im¬ 
mediately. Price including heat, 
cable end parking. 944 Tatteraall. 
Closa to WOOICO. 385-3078, 4784123. 


3 ROOM APARTMENT, EXTRA 
room in basament. subatla for 

1033 St. Pafrkk St. Avaiiabla 31 
July. 


MACOALAIN COURT. 1372 
YatjM, cornar sutte. 2 badreoms, 
$949. Bachelor. $149. Both have 
balconies. Welklnq distance to city 
centre. Heet, elevator. TV, park¬ 
ing. 477-1109 or 383-2637. 


GOODACRE 

TOWERS 

Preetige accommodation overlook¬ 
ing Baocon Hill Park, i-badmem 
and bechalor suites now availablt. 
385-8111 or Mr. LMden 385-5545. 


mm 


"COME TO US" 
For Aportments 
Bach., 1 BR. and 
2 ^drooms 
I Storting oH$ 154 
386-3124 

nUMK CTAniES iV-KV 
Km GILES MUSIO 

ROYAL GRAHAM 

aS4S GRAHAM 
Quodro-mifidg Atbb 
1 Badrans. 2 Bodroom and 
Bach. In thlf mw elevator 
bldg, which is clooe to stores 
and buses. 

Heeident Kanagert 
Mr. and Mrs. Brant 

CEDAR HILL PL. 
APARTMIBNTS 

SMSCadarHlUIld. 

A MW unh)ut Mavator bldg, 
in a graat loeattoa tor aasy 
UvinK. Want to play (oU? 
Ifa ae eloaa. Want a btfcoiy 
and plantad box with your 
MltaT Onn bava ttaam. 
Want ■ iWtnmialar in your 
Uteban? Wa can anange it 
at no coat to you. Head a 
great l-bdrai. or 24)drm? 
Then call ua. 

DONEGAL APTS. 

2S33Dowler 

I FREE RENT H Utonth 
Family tperlment block 
just opened 
Bachetor 
l-Bedroom 
2wBedroom 

The location is dost to all 
schools, sbevping, bus and 
wittdn walking distance to 
town. CbmfbrUd^ suites, 
widi wBll*t(>4rBll carpeting, 
drapea. oontroUed entrance 
end elevator. 1)0 view please 
can resident manager, Mr. 
and Mti. Evans, 3666620. 

A fNBW OUllOrNG 

WriH REASONABLE 
REITTS 

at 790 Dominion Road 
Large apts., wall*to4yaU 
carpeting, drapes. con¬ 
trolled entrance, easy park¬ 
ing and a helpful caretaker. 

1- Bedroom 

2- Bedroom 

Special rates for 1-yr. lease. 

IT 'HAS 
EVERYTHING 

Stopping centre fire mins, 
away, buses at the corner, 
10 minutes to downtOMYi. 

1253 ESQUIMALT ROAD 
Large size rooms, loads of 
closets, lovdy wall-to-wall 
carpeting sind drapea, co¬ 
loured appliances and et en 
a place to wash your car. 
Special rates for 1-yr. lease. 
1-Bedroom and 
2-Bedroom 

QUADRA TERRACE 

902 CALE2X3NIA 
New large deluxe l-bedroom 
suites now available. Heat¬ 
ing, hot water and parking 
are taichided in rental rates. 
Only ndnutes from downi 
town shopp i ng fadities. the 
building features an eleva¬ 
tor. wall-to-wall carpeting, 
deluxe appliances and even 
a sauna. 

GRA'HAM HOUSE 

mo QUEENS 

Large Bachelor^heated. 
Hot water, cable, parking 
included in rent 

ROCKMBRE 

SMNOR 

1144 ROCKLAND 
(Ooee to Ooak) 

An attractive large l-hed- 
room suite now available in 
this well-mmtttalned eleva¬ 
tor building. 

1-Bedroom 

Hot water, partcing and 
heating included in rent. 

WATBR 

VIEWS 

404 DUNDAS 

Only two large l-bedroom 
suites left. Balconies, party 
room, elevator, resident 
manager. Quiet street dose 
to town. 

SO CLOSE 

1147 VIEW 

Family apt. block just 
opened. 

Bachelor 
j 1-Bedroom 

This building is close lo all 
' schools, buses and stores and 
I is just minutes away Irom 
downtown. Very comfort¬ 
able suites with wall-to-wall 
carpetir^. drapes and de- 
iluxe appliances. Building 
also features controlled en¬ 
trance and an ele\’ator. 

-gORDONHEAD 
1-BR ih-law suite. All utili¬ 
ties. pa<i. Nice yard. $175. 


NOW RENTING 

SANSAR APT. 

1140 HIIIJSIOE 

feeSSMrggm 

M qypgHng, Sr* 
iggjriiwgi. 


OiN^ tM^^uflscv iebir- 

Fqr furttwr Mf grmgflgh tnd vfgi»- 
Iqs coetocf rggiigwt cargteMr, 
Morrli. 3H44I4. 


SUTHERLAND HOUSE 
69 WEST BURNSIDE 
If ygw're Isokine Mr • mMf frtenS- 
ly gtggq te Nvg, wg hgyq g gn*- 
bgdrgqm ggt. fgr yeu. AvaileM 
immgdIgMy, 1185 ger month. Ro- 
rwN ter li^ corgtekifw 

iVCLLE MORTOAM 
I54M EvogSMfSW 


RA' 

Oeyg 3IB 


AVAILASLE AUG. 1ST. ONE 
biSrw m ggt. SITS ».m. Smell, W 

Itovo.' On**t?)tuiDE^ETS!lfelS 

BLANSHARD A OUAOStA. Agpfy 
J.H. ^ITTOME CO., LTD. 


APABntiam tu 

RENT FURNISHED 

BEpiooM lUITi, TAlfEp_ 

- ItofTOTo, FULLY &RFET- 


FUI. . __ _ 

ED. CLOSE TO tUSES AND 
PARKS. tfMip IERVI« AVAIL- 

»^Vr^‘ sr. 


Lerqg, lmmgeSg»#.^lgh» taugg- 
iMOlng unH, corMNhng of bodott- 
tlfw room , plug Mpgrelt kltclwn, 

^ Wii&'x.sa 

AvNIoW* Augw* IN. tSuSS. 


GORGE VALE APTS 

\ bocholor, hoot, cobM, oorklng 


FAIRFIELD DISTRICT, W 
block from tooch, lirgo ono- 
bodroem gufft, fully fumithod, 
nowly dooorotod. hoot ond wotor 
Inciudfd. Ont tmgll nf illowod. 
Avoilablo Immodlotoly. S22S por 
month. 47S491S. 


FULLY FURNISHED APART- 
mont* on but routt qnd ocroM 
from •ooouing, Judloo Howitol 
frSf' bodroom, 

$230, wookly $75. No Incroilq for 
two yoora Includod in rontii con- 
tract. 5924514. 


FULLY FURNISHED. 1 RED- 
room aulto, oultaMo morriod cou- 
glo. Kilchtn, bithroom to ahoro. 
$128 Includaa oil utlittloa. 2739 
Fifth St. ^•^347A 


TOURISTS, REDECOlUkTEO, AT- 
troctlvo, fully furptahad aldo x aid# 
bvpHx. nogr loqialattyo bulldinps. 

385-5111 


AVAILASLE MMEDIATCLY. AT- 
troctlvo cioon eno-bodmom tuft*. 
Noor Gom Ho^al. For working 
men. 8175 nwnlNy Includsa utili¬ 


ties. 4774991. 


ONE BEDROOM, 
friite. atovo, cobi*. utllltin In¬ 
cludad. Privata antranco. Suit on# 

*77 Uis'**' 


AonmnifiDAiioi^ 


new home. 

ahertaitot rmila K 8141. 414 Wl. 


ME oenmn xo rent 


JUBUBAIOCA 
Would «« «dM ooufl* — 
cion abod roiu duptou — 
FUI tMMmnt — OU Hnt — 
Rant SOBUn por racotb. To 
vtoto can ai«3S. 

davldbun-Hd. 
6i5FbnSL 31MS3S 


BOVm TO BENT 
DNimuniHEO 


l/fEJtBrn 

HOMES 



uuja-l M. METCMaW — 


2 aero M, on gurer owoor. 

w-v thnieut, chHSron asd sots 
wa l comg. AvgR. now. 


isae Oovammont St. 


38441S4 


FIREPLACX: 

In the locfo Ihringmom, wstor- 
vlowa. ond 1 Mock to Bua. gark, 
swimming, tannia oourti, otc. This 
lowor floor 2 bodraem duiNox In 
Oorg# argg Ineludag egyared pork- 
Mg. aoolalnocoa ami dragaa for 
lB0.8e aor mo. and la roody nawr. 

_ DOUG POWELL 
384-2511 3W-74I3 


AVAHAiLE AUGUST I — $10- 
nw.^Shert farm rantol. SSr^ NO 
BASEMENT dualix. Act. bsth 
up. 3-aco dawn. CMIdran and gota 
wJcomj^S a,m. A«plv Ma. Kh 

J. H. WHITTOME CO- LTD. 


BURNSIDE-MATFAm 
2-badreem suHo. Aalox, all utllNIaa 
kiMML waahar and dryar, * 

9e bug, achoeU and aheoa' - 

T-o-,. 


a 'SSI* 

ancaa. $350 piuo ibJKT' 


3-BCDROOM DUPLEX ON QUIET 


atovt, frtdgo, draaaa. Watar, 
garaea. CMW and pat OK. *RS. 
4794*94. 47A24M. 


SEPTEMBER 1ST, TWO- 
badroem, eround flaar auMa with 
backyard, apacloua parking M, 
hggt and wofar, caMt, wwhar and 
drytr, frldga artd stovo, draaos, 

$225, Caqubnalt. 384-9274._ 

HILtSIOE-QUADRA AREA. SIDE- 
by-Nda. 3 bodrooma, apadeuo 
kilM, iVb battia, utility room, 
waahar-dryar hookup, noor ociwola, 

bum,^ tm. ‘ 


Augurt lat. 312-13*4, 477-7 


UP AND DOWN DUPLEX. 2 
bodrooma,, a^ and fridet. wotar 
and heat indudad. Cleaalo achooi 
wtd^wrk. Rant em. Phona 


ESQUI^T NEAR TOWN, 
kixa aWa ‘ ‘ ' 

tOHuall, 
an^ c 
477-1144. 


SA coraert, botaman). 


SPACIOUS BQIOHT TtfO- 

baWe om, mabt floor dueiox. Cor- 
pataa. twot indudad! Lerga 
jmdi, parking, SI49. SIMStf er 


m DEDROOMS, NO STEPS, SUIT 
mgrriod coupla. Bua at deer. 
Shopping contro. $oo vltw, tvafl- 
ablt August 1. $300 aor month. Rof- 
traoct raquirad. 3t3-79t3. 


SPACIOUS 1-BEOROOM SUITE,’aMle 


upper duelax. a-- ,i 

Ctntral l^tten. Laundry, ust of Auguat 
bock yard and workshop. $235 par 4142. 
montt). 5984720. 


I e, ' /n—iiiBirr, 

aaparata antranco. i vlowa, 4 monlha 


VIEW ROYAL, FURNISHED COT- 
laooa. Bochater, $170. 2-badroom, 
S240.,Alae atudant auita, $99. All 
utilitiaa Includad. Adults. 4794111 


- - wookly rataa, ovorytMng 
Includad, Thondtrblrd Motol. S8S 
3844432. 


Isl. 8395 por month. 477- 


THREE 


BEAUTIFUL UPPER 

bedroom duMax kt nsw 
homo, iws wMi to won carpotlng, 
kt tchan. ehondaliora, tw 
bothroema. etc. Colwood. 4744803. 


^IN FLOOR. 3-BE04IOOM, 
flova. trtdoa, 8375 a month, rotor- 


TW06fiOROOM HOUSE TO 
ront, woll-to-woll in living room 
wid both bodrooma, gppHancos and 
ormaa included. No pets. Avail- 
eblo August lat. «293 a month or 
»•*' $38,700. 811 Condor. 

385-4098. 


MODERN, NEAR DOWNTOWN, 

studio bachelor, TV. diahaa, llrwn, -.- 

parking includad. $187.30. Mlchol-|P*t*j /‘‘'•p****- Clean. Fenced 
angeio. 384-2812. I vard. AvgllaWa now. 598-4954. 


JUBILEE, 2-BEOROOM LOWER. 
FYldgt, atovf, woahar. dryar, cor- 


COMFORTAB^ SELF-CON- 
tanod boclrelor, Jamaa Bay. 1 . ^ 

minuta walk to batch, lO mlnutga meJudad. 

to downtown. 382-7^4 ovonings. 383-9484. 3I0-8SS5. 


ho^ ^ alactrk. No pots. Fridet 


LARGE FURNISHED SELF-CON- COLWOOD SIDE BY SIDE. 3 
tbinad beatmant aulto, naor Juti- i b*<l'’oo*ha. IW baths, waif to wall 


Avaiiabla August 1 


BASEMENT 1-BEDROOM SUITE. |AVAILABLE,^ IAAMEDIATELY, 
■siSO, includaa hydro, water andi?5?P'PJ"^,.**>N#, atova and frWm, 
csMavitlon. Phona 383-4128 attar 5 3t. $125 par n^h. 


FURNISHED APARTMENT FOR 
rant naar Baacon Hill Park, t150 
par month. Call 452-1705, attar 7 
p.m. 


AROOM BASEMENT SUITE. 

FurMahad, naar atoraa and bus. 
sarvkaa Includad. J9B4002 attar 5 


ATTRACTIVE LARGE 

mm aoartmant, t22S 
Charry Bam. 


1-BED- 

ink Hotaf. m Burdafi!"”’' 


FAIKFIELO. BY THE SEA, 
bachalor, wall-to-wall, ahart TV 
lounga. $13$. 598-5527. S to 8 p.m. 


BACHELOR SUITE; SHARE 
bath, no pats, utilitiaa paid. $110. 
384-2542. 


I-BEDROOM SUITE CLOSE TO 
Woodwa rd's. Pur n lahad. 384-7894 . 
SELF-CONTAINED ONE B^ 
room. Quiat aingla. S144. 388-7405. 


1-BEDROOM APARTMENT. 
Quaana. $174. 598-2425. 


821 


1-BEDROOM BASEMENT SUITE 
for rant. For Information, 384-7448. 


ARTmN' 
FlTRXrrtBE TO BENT 


STANDARD FURNITURE 
Three Rooms from 
$40 per month 
Immediate Delivery 
382-5U1 


MONTH TO MONTH 
Placa or Group 
CAMOSUN FURNITURE RENTAL 
942 Fort St. 38M45S 


APARTMENTS 

WANTED 


SIDE BY SIDE DUPLEX, TWO 
Mrooma, atova and frldga, full 

srsswr'"’"' 


^BEDROOM DUPLEX ON QUIET 
•*'’5^12 3oqkt. wall-to-w*JI, atova 
•?? month, tvall- 

•Ma August lat. 9^)^ 442-54B1 


AUG. lat, WOOLCO ARSA, »0. 


3, b adroomi 




"!i^”9nwrta."sto^ 
>nd Irldoa, $840. 282-74a. 


LCWER TWO BEDROOM STOVE. 
Iri^, haat. parking, £», raapon- 
HW* working girla, no pati, avail- 
abla now, Famwood araa. 59$-79lA 


LANGFORD. SPACIOUS S-BEO- 
ro^, atova, frldga, naar achooii 
•Mapping cantra. No pat*. $215. 


3 BEDROOMS, WALL-TGWALL, 
quiat Goroa araa, nica yard, In¬ 
cludaa utfimaa. August laf. 8335 
par month. Mr. Owana, — 


THKEC-BEDROOM, $IDE-6Y- 
•Ida. Longford oroo. FridM gnd 
•tovo Indudad. S32S. Montrael 
Trust, 386-2111. 


CLOSE TO TOWN. S^EOQOOM, 
naw Will to wall carpat, atova, 
frtdga, 8340 a month. 4774D1S 
Aflar 4 pjn. 477-4475. 


SELF-CONTAINED FOUR-ROOM 
uppar duplax. Avaiiabla August 1. 
Suitobia 2 adult*. 1803 Chandlar 
Ava. 592-0237. 


BEDROOMS. SIDE BY SIDE 

_: duplax, Includaa frldga and atova, 

TWO QUIET NON-SMOKING UNI- 3310 a month, phona 479-6751, no 


varatty atudant* 'na^~ "pymar>iwt^ P9t»- _ 

accommodation atartinng Sapt. lal. va\/^ii aai A 

rs,i5Lii7 r'cSr 

12. on a bua roufa. ntranca. convawant to shop*. 

schools. No pats. 479-9503.. 


Phona 477-4003. 


AAATURE UNIVERJSTY STU- 
dant>-Soakatchavrsn lady da- 
ijw ^ ^eommodahon starting 
Early Sept. Naamaaa to UVIc t^ 
vourad. Avallahlllty of piano ap- 
practoted, 590*4677, bafora M g.m. 

"es«)nsible work- 

ing lady daslrt* ona-badroem char- 
Saptiwnbar Is!. 1977 
in Fairflald, Oak Bay or Rockland 
araas. Plaasa raply to Victoria 
Praw Box 500. 


SOOKE ON ACRE, 2 BEDROOMS, 
firaplaet, wall-towvall, ftldga and 
ftova. 4774245. 


THREE-BEDROOM 
tor rant, Gorga 
479-4618. 


TW06EOROOM, SEPARATE EH- 
Jaw. complateiy a l tarata d . 1509 
Hillalda. Uppor, $325. 3834133. 


490 AND 452 CRAIGFLOWER RO. 
2-badroom sida by aida, 8375 aaeh. 
385-5330. 


Z9% SRAKKD 

ACCOMMODATTONR 


THREE BEDROOM SIDE-BY- 
side, near Woodwards, atova, frid¬ 
ge, draeas. no pats. 458-1795. $300. 


. . f. B[.. . 

3-badroom, side-by-sida In Eaoul- 
I malt at $325. 477-2471 


ON QUIET STREET IN JAMES 
Bay, ona badrooma $iyS-SI99, nawly 
dacoralad, rant includaa parking, 
haat, naw wail-to-well, naw drapaa, 
frldga tnd aleva. Adult* only, no 
pat*. 385-1081. 


THE GLENWOOO, 204 OSWEGO 
St.. Jamaa Bay araa, suitta for 
Am. lat. Baohaler, 8147.34. Two- 
b^eom S310.I4. Montraal Trust, 


BACHELOR' SUITES POR AUG. 
lat. Royal Richmond. 1730 Rlch- 
mond at $158.18 par month. Qua*- 
nal, 1980 Laa Ava. at S138R0 par 
month. Montraal Trust 306-2111. 


ONE BEDROOMS AND BACHE- 
tors. *175 and $150, Includaa haat 
ond watar. 382-9079. 


^BEDROOM GARAGE SUITE, 
1135 McClura Straat. 


KING ARTHUR AFT8. 

1440 Fort St. 
tdaal for ratirod cmMo. 
1-badroom. Rant |^99. 

To Viaw Call 585^ 

ROYAL SOVEREIGN 
1478 Fort St. 
l-badroom sulta. 

Rant S1IL4I 
To Viaw Call 595-4774 

DAYMCR APTS. 

2150 Cadbore Bay Rd. 

2-BR suit*. $205.a4 
1-BR sulta, $170.14 
To Viaw Call 590-7979 

FACING BEACON HILL PARK 
Datuxa-O-badroom—1W bathroom* 
-—targa balcony, undarground park¬ 
ing ~ rant 8375. Avaiiabla immadi- 
tialy. 

davtd burr ltd. 

653 Fort St. 384-933$ 


NEAR NAOEN. WITH 5« 

AUGUST 1. $182 PER MONTH. 
MR. KING. 3S54261. 


GENTLEMAN WOULD LIKE TO 
shara two-badroom furnishad sulta, — — - 
with lady 3(M0 yaors old. $117.501 AVAILABLE NOW. BRAND NEW 
plus SOS of utilltie* Phona Roy, 

3*3477^. bafora 7j». _ 

GIRL wanted! m1d-20'sT 'fOR 
August 1st to shara dajuxa 3-bad¬ 
room apartmant naar Baacon Hill 
Pvk. Lott of extras includad. 

3BS-1988. 


3 bSrm. hgmaVBtf Vwi. WduSaa 
NTand it. AvaHaMa Aw^ ‘ 


SOOKR 

34Wm hams. tM a.m. InctuBaa 
atavo.. Claaa ta bwa sNp. AvaMa 


WATIRPRONT 
tw I badraaiii twma wtth 

— -1, 8 ftraalacaa and much 

mara an beautiful wa ^ lrant W In 
Cahmad. Avaligeia lapl. IN for 


araneaa g muat. Pets dficeurogid. 

JAMES BAY 

OowgHfi duafax, t Mm, $M pm? 
Avsiiab^ new. UpgH^ duplOK, 2 
bdrm, Wt pm. AvgllaWaAuo, 1. 
lai for fafaga. Lerga yard, aeaa 
ta ahiaoTng and beach. 


BJSNTALS 

1. Midrm., 3 batl^ ipllt Ivl imd 
locafton with loovltw*. S37S. 




AVON ASORTOAM OORP. 
Real f Nafo Sarvka Cantro 
Nal Omgrdati Avo. 
Mon.-M.94 

3W6lfl 


ROCKHEIGMTt AREA. MODERN 

oaacDtIvo ‘ 


view. S-car dwagt. Wall to wall 
carpottne. So ct udod aundack. Don. 
M^ built Hi appllanco*. All brick 
firopipco. 3 bathrooms. Rooaonabla 
of $495 par month. Rafarancoa ra- 
quirod. By a p pein tn iant only. 
3864852 affar 6. 


TOWNHOUSES. UNIVERSITY 
fordan homaa. 2 and 3-badroom, 
cloaa to mewpins and achoola. 1Vi 
baths, family room, caMovIsion, 
waahar-dryar hookup, Indudta 
stova and frldpo, porkine, apocioua 
lawns. CMIdron wMcomo. No poft. 
S3BL2S to 8372.31 595-5311 


tu Houws TO Bxurr 
UKTtJENIlHKD 


AVAILABLI AUOUIT 1. 1 BED- 
room. 4uir bgiamom homo, ftl^ 

It. frMet B Bteva. 

Aedfy Ma. Petfm 




.H. WHITTOM g 00., LTD. 


BR/MND MEW 

pxacut jys rm. Barden Hd., BrauB 




OLDER 2 BEDROOM HOME 
with full ba j iamant. Ir1dft_ tnd 
tW tneiuJ^M pel*. ptr 
ntwith.^ Caray Rd. and Giantord 
be t ween f p.m.4 p.m. 


BURNSIDB-OORGE, IPOTLBIS. 
two badroem, largo llvino raom, 
sseorift dinina ream, aun^k. 


LARGE BBBOIIOOM HOUSE. 
rJM eg r^mng ttg yahaut. 
baths. Flraptoco In JMtmn — 
Claaa to achoola and shapi 
eras. 821# a month. 4794M. 


AVAILAELIE NOW, >BEI 
SIBlTzf ovaninea. 


JOROOM. 
Mr. Victor 
Young, 


AVAILABLE NOW. 4 BEDROOM, 
well to wall, drapaa, frtdM, atova. 


LARGE 3 STOREY HOUSE ON 
ona-third oera tread lot. Eaqufmalt. 
$215. Evaoingx 4784111. 


TWO BEDROOM, FIREPLACE, 
rtfponaibia tononts, no pets. 
284-50a9. a e.m. I280. 


> avonfne*.-l63a Radfom. 


Ill HOUSES TO BENT 
rUBNISHED 


AVAILABLE SEPTEMBER 1ST, 
off Longpcrg, 1670 Blalay Placa- 
^badreom plus nmyuareem 400. 


COTTAGE AT SHAWNIGAN 
L^t, fully fumlahad, rsdu^ rant 
for itmitod caratokma. Rafartncaa 
raquirad. 282-2159, buJnaaa hours. 

tu HOUSES WANTED 
TO RENT 


SIDNEY 

Modem Sbadroom home, dMng 
room, larpa kllchan ond Rvlno 
room, wMI-to-wall carpat, full 
boaamant. m^y finished, large 
fenced garoan, stova and Iridga 
indudad, tm. Auguot Ulh, 3 y - 
laaM gvollable. Phona 4564111. 


SWUM, FISH, BOAT — CLEAN 
Jbgdi-ee m Gian Lake lakafront du- 
Ptax, 8 mllaa from etty centre, tSW 
Includaa light, haat, water, etc. 
Ona child maidmum, ne pets. 
Phona 47a4«49. 


AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY, 
Idim older 24gdroem home at 401 
K^ln Rd., 1 bl^ north of May- 
fair. Prldea and atova Included. 
Oil haat. larga yard. par 

month. 3a4r3312 days; 479-lin ovo¬ 
nings. 


NICE 3BEDROOM HOUSE IN 
Oak Bay, dining room, firoploca. 
carpeted, part basement, aundack, 
fenced. No appMoncaa. AvaliaMa 
now. $325 plus damoga dopoalt. 
3ia-S413, iaeva masaaga for return 
call, Monday to Thursday a.m. 


RESPONSIBLE WORKING COU- 
pla (wH* student) want to lease 
beach cottage or small astaia. oui- 
llna Victoria area. Willing lo re¬ 
pair and malTiTaln In axchanga tor 
raaaonabla rant. Occupancy July 
INh to Saptamb^ Ist. Phona Nan- 

almo cellact 7 5D-2015. _ 

PROFESSIONAL GENTLEMAN 
raquiras two4adroem apartmant, 
duplax or house, with firapiaca. 
PrafaraMy In tha Oak Boy araa. 
Will pay up to S335 par month. 
6Sa-5702. 


BESPONSIBLE YOUNG COUPLE 
wont 2 or 3 bedroom houaa to rant. 
Baaamant, garaea and yard, naads 
one month notka from tha Itt. 
Phona after 4 o'clock. Rtfaroncas. 


RESPONSIBLE FAMILY OP 
four raquiras 2 to 4 bedroom 
house. From Saptambar 1st. 1977 
to June SOth, 197S Furnishad If 
Poa^la. Will taka care of proper- 
ty. 59 2-4872 or 383-8537._ 

Trouble ranting? Gtyq 
US a call, CASTLE 
PROPERTIES LTD., 
FREDDY STARKE - 
3844164. 


URGENTLY, YOUNG WORKING 
couple looking for a 3'badroem 
house for August Ist, batwtan 
S200-$275. Jn Jam** Bay, with rtf- 
aranca. S95-1245. 


RESPONSIBLE YOUNG COUPLE 
with two cMIdran require a two 
bedroom hope. Phor>a between 34 
p.m., 5954716. 


3 ACRES, BEAUTIFUL POST 5, 
and beam heme with two baths. 3 
bedrooms, basament. Rent or rant U 
te purchaaa. Available Saptambar f 
Ist. 8400 par month. Mr. Owens, >h 
UW334. „ 

FOR RENT he 

5-badroom oondomium, ir>i baths. Ji 
Eaquimalt. S32S par month with 
purchase option avaiiabla. 

Barrie Hamilton 

XI44S5 4784807 

J. D. BOSDET LTD. 

JAMES BAY, NIAGARA, NEAR 
Govammant, character brkk town- 
houN convarston, roomy 5bad- 
room, 1</] bathrooms, firapiaca, 
garden, S375. Available Sapt. 1st. 
3155190. Mwi^y attar S:X p.m. 

SOUTH OAK BAY, 4 BEDROOMS, 
living room with firapiaca, dining 
room, full basement, cloaa to 
schools and parks, stova, frldga. 
and dishwasher, avaUawa Sapt. 

1st. 5^150 evenings. 

4-BEDR(^ HOUSE FOR RENT, 
August 1. $325 par month, tire- 
placa, frldga, atova, hook up tor p 
waahar-dryar, $89 John Straat, ^ 
384-74n. 

POUK-KOROOM. LAROE !* 

yard, naar Woodwarda. S32S. Thraa 
bedrooms near Sears, S31S. ^Il- 
dran and pats O.K. RMarancat. !' 
458-5564. 

LOVELY NEW TOWNHOUSE LO- A 
catad dose to Colwood comer. 3 
bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, flrtplsce. 
S375 psr month. Lsaso prafarrad. B 
478-S550. 

TWO-BEDROOM (THIRD IN 
baaqmaot) house tor rent. I04l 
Rktknond. AppHancaa indudad .' 
No eats. Avoltobto Auouat i.' 
3154098 

NEW 3 BEDROOM TOWN-i 
houses, 954 Qyaan's Ava., acroas 1 
from Central Park, as low aa $275 
per month to own, why rant? 
Phona 477-5251. 

MODERN J - J BEDROOMS. 
full baaamant, carport, sun deck, ^ 
apdiancat, drapes. Qutot view lo- ^ 
cation closa to town. Rant nagotls- L 
bla. 3854374. T> 

C H A R M 1 N 0 TWO4E0R0OM I* 
house wtth firapiaca, washar and cf 
dryar, wall-to-wall, ntc* yard. 10 a 
mlnutts to city centra. 479-3095. ti 

FENCED YARD, LARGE FULL. 5£ 

partly flniahad baaamant. Four- 3* 
badrooms, 950 McKenzie Avenue. 

8375 3834133. 

AUGUST 1ST — 3-BEDROOM 
home, 3303 Watharby, stova, 
frldga.. firapiaca, rumpus room, 
$375. 5954313. 

4-BEDROOM HOUSE, PULL 
basament, near Town and Courttry 
Mall, avaiiabla August I, $400 a 
month. 3855196 avanlngs. 

THREE-eCOROOM. FULL- 

basament home, cloaa to Khools 
and shopping. 430 Owen* Road, r, 
$375, 47Sm. 

EXECUTIVE TOWNHOUSE, 3 U 
bedrooms, flrtpia^, range, Nidge, 60 
dfshwaahar, waahar and dryar V 
drapaa. $475 par month. 3155471. Ts 

^BEDROOM HOUSE WITH DEN. 
Rumpus room and utility room In 
basafnant. Frldga and stova. N 
477^3. D 

3 BEDROOMS WITH ENSUITE. 

1350 square feat. Langford area. 
Purcfiaaa option avaiiabla. Barrie 
Hamilton, 388-4455, 478-9807. 

BBEDROOM, BASEMENT HOME 
in town, avail. Araust 1st, '77. $375 9 
par month. Rafarancas raquirad, u 
phona 652-5702 attar 6 p.m. 

BEACON HILL PARK AREA. 
3-tadroom, full basement with 
good workshop, aasy-cara garden, 
$375. 3884344. 


STORES and OFFICES 
TO RENT 



"People Helping People" 
OFFICJES 


3553 aq. ft., 823 Yataa 


- 1322A Government Straat 


All rants ar* currant. 

For further information call; 


3854771 (anytime) 



.BLE 

•ROFE 


SPACE FOR RE- 


COLWOOD SHOPPING 


INFORMATION CALL 


FOR LEASE — SIDNEY 
Prime Location 

2354 Beacon Avenue 
762 $t. Ft. Blora or 
offict. $35040 per month 

FOR FURTHER 
INFORMATION 


WORKING WOAAAN WITH CAT 
wants unfurnished one bedroom or 
bachalor with private aMm^, to 
$150. Jamaa B^, FairfiMd, Baacon 
Hill. Barbarg, 383-2758. 


RESPONSIBLE YOUNG WORK- 
ino man, 25, naads ona-badroom 
sMta. Preferably near the see. 
385-7897 or S984S74. 


YOUNG MATURE PROFES- 
sionai woman dasiraa quiat ona- 
badroom apartment axcailant rtf- 
artnea*. 3*^5545, 477-4896. 


FAIRFIELD BY THE SEA, 
beamed callings, waN-to-watl, utlll- 
ties Includtd, $125 etch. 598-5537. $ 
to 8 P.m. 


WANTED NOW — RESPONSIBLE 
young mala to there larga house 
Mutt have steady income. Cloaa to 
town. Lois, 38$462A 


LARGE WATERFRONT HOUSE 
to share, firaptaca, dishwasher, 
S145 each. 5954^. 


ROOM IN CO^ HOUSE, NON- 
smokar, August 1 to IS, $68 plus 
Shared utilltl^ 5954762. 


TO SHARE COMFORTABLE 
two-badroom house, ramnslbla 
working parson. 3834790. 


FULL RUN OF THE HOUSE, 
starting August 1st. 595-4972. 


21$ lIOI^ftES TO RENT 
UNFURNISHED 


24.00-4 BR. ROYAL OAK 
area, to. in Ut, 1180 sq. ft. 
Cottoes on 3 eoro* of land. 


*3S9.oo- 3«R. Famwood Area. 
Lovaly oldar home an oemar 
tot, In LR. cloaa to aho^ 
ping, gnd buses. ChHdran wah 

PEM&ERTON HOLMES LTD. 
1000 Govammant St. 
3044134 


EXECUTIVE TOWNHOXJSE 
ROCKLAND AREA 
Thrs a bed r oom luxury townheuaa 
taaturlng brick firapiaca, three 
bath*, aalt-claanlna range. 19 cu. 
ft. froat-fraa h-ldM, washar and 
dryar, garburator, built.|n vaccum 
tystam and diahwachar, baaa m ant 
araa. *5S0 par month. To view con- 
tact 3854714 waakday* 94. 


BRAND NEW 
lira 2-badreem home; rae. 
. 3W bathe; 2 firaaiac**; 3 
minutes te ettv centra. 8800. 
3144863 aftor 6 a.m. 


I-BEDROOM HOUSE. ON 
acre, naar airport. S3io. 456-2111 
between 9 and 4:40. 


AUGUST tST LANGFORD 
2-badroem older home. Includes 
stova, washar, dryar. $300. 

4714734. 


Mayfair we* lust off Douolas. 
Spnnklared. dock lavaiTara- 
Araas 3750-5700 sq. ft. Avail¬ 
able immedlatalY. Call; JACK 
MEARS at 598-3)21. 


1000 sq. ft. carpeted, own 
washroom. $400X)C .par month, 
heat includad. Will consider 
sale. Call; JACK MEARS ai 
5f$.3321. 

JACK MEARS 
OAK BAY REALTY LTD. 


OAK BAY, 3 BEDROOM, FULL 
basamsnf In auiat area. Call Mr. 
Brtggs, 5934971 


COUNTRY LIVING. 2 BEDROOM 
yytbeam, full baaamant, 


LARGE S-BEOROOM HOUSE, IN 
Fairflald araa, frldga and itova, 
$37S. 383-2470. 


NEW HOUSE 8 BEDROOMS. 
Gordon Head, rate ranee s , no pats, 
September i7S435. 513-1991. 


2-BEOROOM,.. m BATHROOM 
■town h o u se, fVS a nrenth including 
haat andwawr. No pats. 479-7094. 


2 OR 9-BEDROOM HOUSE FOR 
rant, avaiiabla Inomadletaty. Phone 
after 4. 2854901. 284-1529. 


Available Immadiatalv. Can 
2854908 or 284-1539. AftW 4 P4n. 


1-BEDROOM COTTAGE, BOBS TIL- 
licum Rd. 8200 par month. 3155330. 


PRIME OFFICE SPACE 
Situated closa to town but far 
enough away to be out of the 
heavy traffic. Includad in tha rant 
is 400 sq. ft. of space. Air condi- 
ttonlng, haat, alactricity, parking 
and Janitorial sarvkas. The totH 
ram Is $300.00 oar month. 

WILF GEE 477-5550 
WESTMONT REALTY (1977) LTD. 
920 HlHtld* 3804434 


OFFICE SPACE - $500 P.M. 
AvailaW* Aug. 1st, over 1000 sq. 
ft. of office space ovartooklng Bas- 
flpn aquar* and Govammant 
Straat. 3nd floor. Oldar style, larga 
HKiptloo area 4 of«ca*.wall safe. 
Apply Ms. Patfray 3N^1. 

J.H . WHITTOME CO., LTD. 

3.700 SO. FT. dock" LOADING 
warthousa with office. Prime Oak 
St. location. Ph. R. B. Long, 
$92-3443. 


EASY PARKING. BUSY STREET, 
ratall eftlca, warahousa, reason¬ 
able. 383-8774, 382-1234. 


4.4e0R00M HOUSE. IN FAIR, 
field area, S300 a month, 477-4088. 


OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT AT 

ground floor commercial 

spac* in Esquimait. Naw buildino. 

I s5 par sq. ft. 3864832, 9 to $. 

NEW GROUND-FLOOR COMMER* 
dal space in Esquimait, 83 par sq. 

I ft. 3850833, 9 • 5. 






































































































































































































































































































































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•TORES wS OmCES STORES ut OmCES' MS INSI'RANCE 
TO RENT TO RENT 



386-3124 


RETAIL 

•V.SSSriUWJ®!^uJlS! 

«uADnA"cWnl - 4IM m. n. 

•ro^ fiMT. Qmi M pwuf mit 

mtt • Uetl- 

lent pprUnt, 1|M ft. fraunri 
ftwr tlr c i w»dW<>nN ana car* 
mM. 

OFFICE 

DOWNTOWN — 24M m. f». avMr 
014 krtek ~ €«i M dlvMod. Will 
rowovio to tult, 

QUADRA qENTRr — Now Olr 
y itofttow o^^c orootoR# oto^otor o . 

•uS 8 & M CALEDONIA - 
l.toO o«. ft .frOMnOftoor. 

WAREHOUSE 

MAVftAIR AREA - 2J» OR. ft. 
ftrent anO raar loadlnt or 
irahowo. 

oftwrlwtnM whldt 
tmonb. 

47f4474 


wwwreonvAMn 
wt oito hava oi.... . 
may »uft your roqulr< 

ft. D. Law 




(%ukf%idfic 


GROUND n/X)R RETAIL 
AVAILABLE NOW 
Modenu N«w 
5-8torty BuUdlng 

->7« to 4Mt M. ft. 

-><«fttrai LocanoA 
—ftro toM lOftaHy FtoMwd 
— A t— nt Tonanto IacIuOo — Fod. 
and Pro. Ovt. I.C. Toi. Lift Of< 
ftcoo. Accountint Plrmt ond Rop 
tiurarft. 

RENTINCLUDES 
^Hoit« Hot wator. Air Condition- 



1ST-2ND-3RD 

Mortgage Money 

I m madlatotv avaliaUa wftoftwr 
year homo li aoM wr or not. 

•“ *5rfl8 JSPs^ 

IXAMPLItt 

^UNT 


(24t RtJSDCCM 

I OPPOKTlTNinEA 

EXOEUJ0NT 
OPPORTUNITY 
Central Vonc. Isle 

Pomily buoln m, torylca ototton, 
iwncn-eoww. IRadroam mmoo, 
aoa. m aor^ comor toaattan, 
iklond Hwy. ftoMtoao. aa^ tom- 

^7e«S£ Sm utSfii 


WE SPECIALIZE 
IN LEASING 

OFFICES 

1. Join Wo^cofot lavlnao Crodft 

X nlon M thov naw. a^too ot- 
^batidtoa at ltt« looidmoN 

1 Boot Ryy to town — Oftko 
oaaeo af varteuo iixoo at comor 
at HltMdo Avo. and Oouatoo tt. 
bsto oT oaiiitof. Ronto aro 
toe toed to turn down. 

3. Low Courtt » Jyat otoaa away 
from a#^< ytAzA and Co^ 
Homo. 3^ ac ft., atr condl* 
tknad. 

A Rayat Oak — JmH itofttna eon- 
otrvction. Ideal tor kana. aratoa- 
atonal aftic a a. ate. 

WAREHOUSE 

1. Oamma Straat Central toca* 
tton. atflUnt/ t aaettom of aa- 
area. IM aa. ft. New, amort 
. waraheuyna. 

1 Oo^laa ttraat — near Vtoali 
Bx^lant oxaoaura. wai 


|4l.U 


M rr. Amort ^ Yr. Term 

W. A. (Bill) Hodgson 

385-4528 

iyron Prtea and Aaaadataa Ltd. 
•UYINQ Oft RfPINANCIto^A 


Dolphin Agencies 
(1976) Ltd. 
248-6156 


CHANOE or A LITETTMt: 
i ESTABUSHED BUSINESS 

£sissi trgf^ 

ontown tooatlan, on toia titp 
d aaroM aaraada T franar- 
ri^ cauM aam MAM yaarir 


•uyina ar ftaflnancUw a Hama? 
Mar to am Pw nda AvallaUa 

faat^ n o; BMcaiS y p ra aaymant 

_^Mlaaaa, Paat Sorvlea 

ftichard Heimaa Howard Dark 

ssmsirtiSlUSi^j ltd. 

10M Owram m tf w ttraat 



RETAIL OR OFFICE 
NEWLY LISTED 

tei Fort it., tiS aa. ft. 
im Fort ft., «• aa. ft. 

B. H. DOVEY 
R. I. MURPHY 
J. F. COLWELL 
388-6454 




im FORT STRSET 
Laraa Edutordtan hama d 
goa^y Tiuolnaai alto. CAl a< 


i%P„ 

ilLi CON_ . 

... JM-yW. EOOI. .. 

mInT OOVERN 

PROMPTSERVICE 

CANADA PERMANENT 
TRU8T COMPANY 


IMl BUrotM O PPOB- 
TUimiEft WANTED 


%rjpm 

-Partltlo 


.. and Carpet 
Itlonlna to roqulramonta 
'Od Parktoa. 


PARK PACIFIC 
APARTMENTS LTD, 

sssswt 


OWN YOUR 
OWN 

WAREHOUSE 

FROM $48,000 


Those warotto—s are aftuottd on 
a heavy traffic fhorouthfara and 
otter good exposure, parking, 
finishad otfka teaca. ample win 
Ing, looding boys and attractive F* 
nanclM. ImoI tor: 

—RctaTi—Whotosalo 
—Sorvict 
—Automotive 
—Dry Storoga 
—Building Contractors 
For further informotlon pieaat 
cell: 

BRIAN MARTIN . 
Canado Trust, StS^ltl, 
or JACK COLWELL 
Saaspray Fropertlas. 3I«'3124 


LEASE 

WITH OPTION 

lAdtpandant office Mdt. Approx 
24)00 so. ft. an 3 lavait. ExcaHwtt 
corner tocatlen. terms napo- 
tiabto.^ Coll: Jot il^ett or TZ- 
dray Crimshaw 

CENTURY 3! T jrioioeT LTD. 


WAREHOUSE ~ OFFICE ~ Re¬ 
tail — Commercial mm an straat 



GOOD PARKING AREA, i 
TACT. MR. ANOErIw 
312-2731 OR 477.4ttd. 


Cloverdale 

Plaza 

Now Leasing 

Excatiant alr-candltlenad oftka 
apace suitabto tor dantists. doc¬ 
tors. artglnaers and prof—lonats. 
Offices avaliabla from tiso up. 
Superblv located at 1001 Clovw- 
dale. Ample narkine. 

GEORGE HESS 

477-72R4, 34 hours 
O.F. Hsnity Associatoa Ltd. 


WAREHOUSE 

NSW Condominium Warehouse 
from 1.M to 4.7M sg. ft. lor lease 
or sale. Good location. Contoct 
Tom Siemko.3a.21M. 

FARMER INYTsTMENTS 
A REALTY LTD. 

I2S Bov ttroot 


906 YATES ST. 

Office and store it street lovat 
approx. 400 sg. ft., lust ranovatad 
oamptotoly salf<ontainad with own 
washroom taclilttaa. One off.straat 
parking space indudad. Avatiabto 
new at UM. Please call 477-0631. 


TO LEASE 

Waraheuia Space! Otfka Seacal 
Retail Space! Several locations 
and Silas. Close In. AAodam or now 
builds. Coll GERRY FINNIOAN 
313-4739 or 3100104. CASTLE PRO¬ 
PERTIES LTD. 


?A°38 

MR. AN0ER50N, 30-3731. 


MO YATES ST. 

OrtIce or storage at street tovoi. 
approx. 400 sg. ft., iust renevttod, 
c.Anpieteiv salt-contained, with 
own washroom facllltlas. On# off- 
straat parking space Included. 
Available now. S250. Plo— call 
477-0031. ‘ 


5500 $0. FT. COAOMERCIAL 

apoct with attached 3-bedropm 
rosidonco, S store fronts, suit—o 
tor restaurant, market, offices, 
toast with option to purehoso in 
Longford. Over 304X10 so. H. pork. 
Ing. 050-5470. 


RETAIL 

EXCELLENT RETAIL SPACE IN 
food traffic downtown location. 


DOWNTOWN 

Ratoil_storf tor leas# hoside Hud- 


f 479-7053. after 0 p.m 


Mr. 


CENTRALLY LOCATED 

ground floor office space, total sat 
UP tor prof—tonal Insurance, real 
estate or appreisal oftka or wfll 
attar to suit rotatl store. Hauttain 
area, S400 per month. 47^3S66. 


WAREHOUSE AND OFFICE 
space. Good closo-ln location, mod¬ 
ern building, good parklna. 
Vtrlo"S sizes. Reesonablt rent. 


4000 SQ. FT. DOWNTOWN ) - -visi¬ 

on 10.800 sg. tt. of land, between I Ptw^o owner, ftt-SMS. 
Bionehord ond Ooeelts on FIs-^ “ 

gerd. Suitople retail, restaurant, i 


right office sooco with a 'vlew 
of the water. Locatito at 939 Esgui- 
mrlt Rd. fupdalm) fiTS per 
month. Hoet, light atto water irv 
clu.ed. ^11 Gift Selmond — 
Gardner Raelty Ltd., MS-7731. 


RESTAURANT 

Character —ce Is available In an 
oxoallant tocatlen In downtown Vk- 
torla for o now or expending 
eporatlon. 3M-S34S. 


WAREHOUSING 

Now warohouso, M3 Downanir* 
Rd. 3100 sg. H. finished oHIeo, SS70 
per month, ^ 3300 so. ft. with 
mezzanine STiS per month, taxes 
and water Included. Phone 477 -S 374 
or 479-7041. 


NEAR HOSPITAL 
MEDICAL DENTAL 
33M sguara foot or Mrtial. 
suptrp now building. Prime k 
lion. 3M-S345. 


LOCATION AT 


Rd.. Sidnov. IM Pttr boat sales, 
bnst storage, chandiory shop and 
aenzrai marine usage. ISAM m. 


ft. black topped, foncod, w 
sg. n. effke space. 4S4-3S11 




RETAIL STORE FOR RENT 
A 400-sguarwfoet retail unit, 
eo-r.ing available In the mall at 
730 Yates St. For lattlnr Inferma- 
tion contact M.E.P.C, 30^I4I. 


KEATING AREA, 40X10X17 

htoh. I * ' • ^ “ 


ff^4i3;i9l 


OFFICE 


4500 SO. ft. 360-5365. 


Hillside and Quadra 

Apfjox. 3,300 sg. ft. rftall apace. 
G. Ogilvie, 3a3-0ni. 


1,000 F«T, SECOND FLOOR 
space. Avaliobio immodletety. 
Ampio porkina Ooogloa and Hlfi- 


DOWNTOWN. 739 PANDORA. 

NoOf c ty Hell. Approx. 1390 so. 
ft. idool tor office or rotoll. 314- 
5459. 


tss MORTGAGE LOANS 
And INSURANCE 


NTXD MONEY? 
Mbrtgogo AAonoy Avtiloblo 
All Typoo ~ Including 
Interim Financing 
All Locattona 
Contoct: 

Don MacGilUvny 
Seabottid Properties Ltd. 
3M7A Qukdin Stmt 
479-7138 


HASHNA COURT 
3347 Oak Street hoa offlea and 
wholesale space from 430 sg. ft. to 
4JM0 sg. ft., lets of parking. 
3S4-50U. ahytlmo. _ 

FORT AND COOK ~ 1440 SQ. 
ft., ground floor spec# for inwnodi 
■■■ 1400 so. tt.. aoconc 

iioor jpr iwv. 1st. Parkins Mon -1 
treat Trust 334-3111. _| 

Shop or studio space avaliabit. 
reasonabio rent, area of from 400 
to 100 sg. ft. Further ^olls from 
Mr. Andersen gt In-2731 or 
477-49M. 


lit AND 2nd 
MORTGAGE LOANS 
SOOKE ~ GULF ISLANDS 
SHAWNIOAN — DUNCAN 
UPLAND — 4.. 


- MAINLAND 


WE SPECIALIZE IN 
LAND MORTGAGES 

^jnCTORIA TsT~MORTGACE$ 
FROM lO'.iH. PAYOFF ANYTIME 
Lowest Favmonts AvaNoble 
ii Oougias Hawkos Colic., 
344.7131 (after hours 477-9S44) 
DOUGLAS HAWKES LTD. 
no BLANSHARD ST. 


VIC WEST, 1900 SQ. FT. SHOP, 
waraheuso or manufacturing ground 
floor, easy oceaas. t37t par month. 
3M4h3. 


EURtoSlOEROAO. 1,300 SQ. FT., 
office a oiw, ground floor, Idool 
for Real Estate, inaurancd^ M‘ 
cMintants, aMM4 mornings. 

3400 IQ. FT. NEW WARIHOUSE 
spsM tor togsa. aub-wdsa or 

1390 IQ. FT. RETAIL OFFICi 
sp*c# for laasa, carpeted, 

j_ 

CLOSE TO DOWNTOWN DOUQ- 
las tt., 3 rotatl storea. WOO sg. ft., 
or w4n rent soooraioty. Very roe- 
senabla rant. IMMIS. 


LOW RATES! 

90% FTNANCTNG 
1ST. JND OR SRDS 
FAST A.VS1VERS 
ROSS OW’ENS 

lakeview mortgage 

CXJRP. 

388-4334 


t0-10V4% 

MORTGAGES 

No ,lock-ln. 1st Mortgtffo Atonoy 
ovallobio Immediately wtth cnoka 
of terms 1 -S years. 


. P. R. BROWN*! SONS 
743 Fort St. 


•afe-, 


SERIOUS LOW-VOLUME COM- 
morttor band roguTras room suit- 
tbTa for prothco. Monti, 4ff^. 


For kll your niortfage deal¬ 
ings whathtr It be arrang¬ 
ing, buying, selling. 

BARRIE HAMILTON 
J. D. BOSDET LTD. 

. - Mortgage Division 


IiulBpBndmt Hort(((* 
OaunBcDinct Amortlzatlcn 
SchtdulBB — Sam* dty str- 
vlc*. Real 8 *rrlei> 

Conn 39<1<1. 

LOW COOT 

Reftdantiat end eommercipl mart- 
0 dge ftneniclng. 

RAE LWESTMENTS - 
316-7191, evanints 479-I47S. Mr. 
Green. 

MORTGAGES 

BouBht and Sold 
fa RA4^'?mWsTm ENTS 

AND REALTY LTD.. 342-3134 

NEED MORTGAGE 

Funds available hnmgdietelv for 
let and 2nd mortoigee. Contact: 
dmvld DUT ltd. 

m McnrroAGEft 

FOB SALE 

MORTGAGES-Plrrt — Sec¬ 
ond — Equity » CbII : 

Don MecGUlivny 
Seaboard Proptrtlea Ltd. 
3947A Qua(^ Street 
478-7138 

BUY-SELL-TRADB 
Avon Mortgage Corp. 
Real Estate Service Centre 
1001 Qoverdale Ave. 
38S«161 


US WANTED TO BORROW 

FIRST MORTGAGE $100,000 AT 
12% 1 YEAR TERAL 

Pl^S.T. MORTGAGE 573,006 AT 

FIRsV J\^ 7 ( 5 AGE 438,000 AT 

FVs^^MOR^JJSt 431,000 AT 
11% 3 YEAR TERM. 

FIRST MORTAGE 435,000 AT 
1)S 3 YEAR TERM. 

FOR DETAILS CONTACT MR. 
MACKENZIE, 344-7521. B(X>RJ^N 
INVESTMENT CO. LT^, 1111 
GOVERNMENT STREET. 

Z4$ BUSINESS 

OPPORTUNITIES 

EXCLUSIVE 

DISTRIBUTOR 

REQUIRED 

Exptndlng Vancouver Compeny is 
stlecfino • distrioutor tor an In¬ 
dustrial egrlcuiturel line that is 
proven successful. No experience 
nKessory but solllne OMpertonce 
hoipfuL we will assist you to de¬ 
velop vour own business with o 
protoctsd territory. Investment rt- 
quirod for Inventory. Wrlto or 
phono collect: 112-734-15)4, Hydro 
Host Ltd. 2313-a Birch Stroot, 
Vancouver. 

DON’T ^nss 

This opportunity to purehoso sound 
building In good iocoHon. plus rwo 
ostobllshgd businosoos. On# is lor- 
vice station wtth g^ si» repair 
shoo. The second Is ah outlet tor a 
well-known soft drink line. In oddl- 
llcn, port of bulidina Is rented out. 
Price Includes building and 
bueineee enterprises Including ail 
equipment, stock at cost extra. 
For further Infermetton, please 
contact: (MLS 24341). 

W. E. (WIL) WIL^N 

ESTABLISHED 
CARDS & JEWELRY 

Large, specioue weJLouttitted store 
In popular mell. Complete Courts 
Hiilmerk line plus iewelry and 
gifts. Up-to-date accountants stats- 
ment available. Price of IMAOO 
Includes stKk, fixtures end good- 
win. Call Clift Selmond. 
GARDNER REALTY LTD. 
345-7731 or 477-3624. 

CENTURY 21 

LANb? 6 @t?W^il^S^NESS 

Well esiabllshed landscaping and 
stone work business with varloty 
of trucks and heavy equipmonf, alt 
in good condition. Excoliont 
records of orofltobltitv. Raasonfr 
biy »lcod for quick solo, coll 
477-3289 for further Intormsttou 

VANCOUVER ISLAND MOTEL- 
Rosort, 3 orkno acres wtih Istond 
Htohi^y end Loks frontage In 
Nanaimo city. 9 kitchen units plus 
owners' fbodriwm house. Yev 
round ronrel. Lovely orounde, fnJft 
trees, oeoflng. Exceflent dovtlop- 
wnt. prospects, 51904)00. approxF 
mofeiy Vb cash. Phono 113-7S4-2343. 

FOR PERSONAL REASONS 1 AM 
willino to soli my frarKhisod au- 
to^lvs roppir busintsa. aa- 
tabtlshad S yaars showing stoodv 
orewth. Top locatloo — will con¬ 
sider solllna or toosifig property. 
Mschonical ability not a nocassity. 
For datails writa Victoria Rasa 
Box 431. 

FISH and dUPS 

Otk Boy tocstlon. Steady money 
earner. Suit family operation. 
I-bedroom suite included In loose. 
Asking 618,900. 

Tony Brogan 3IM27S Pager 3471 
Century 31 Suburban Raalty 

$10,000 

Buy'S psrtnsrship in North Ameri¬ 
ca's fastsst erowing service. Tre- 
rrbndous potentlalt For turther 
nfo send name, eddreu ond phono 
number to Vktorlo Proas Box 613. 
FOR LEASE IN EXCELLENT LO- 
cation. Aroo suitoblo for boot 
S0IO4, shle chandlery ond gonoroi 
marine usage. ISAM aq. ft. Mack 
topped ond fenced with 4 |o so. ft. 
office. STD a month. 444-3S13. 

RETIRED COUPLE, EARN GOOD 
Income, eat your own h^rs, 
digniflad, iMsaiBm work, no Rmlt 
on age. Phone 3154342 bttween 4 
end 7 p.m. 

NEAR NEW, MODERN SHEET 
mefei fabricating eouipmont tor 
sale er will loose wlfh opften to 
purchase to revenatblle party. 
4794412. 

FORCED TO SELL. DUB TO 
liihess, 125 Diaaal fobcar and l^ 
Mckhee. end single axle dump 
fruck, to bo sold as a imit, tiSMO. 
call after 4 p.m. toVtoft. 

635.0M GETS YOU AN EXCLU- 
sivf burl table end curio business. 
Including stock snd tea buildine. 
Phone 748-0249 evenings 7434367. 


HOUSE-f 8 UNITS 
1 MILE CIRCLE 

accdpt m a rtiaaa tot on houae 4 mF 
hr M dawn MyrnanT Awng 

m& yiinP witto M»A4H 
?ENyURl?^. 0. EOSOET LTD. 


ZH RKVKifrB Fsoranr 


BUSINESS 

BEFORE 

PLEASURE 


LtoM Indualrlpl : 


•ay Straat arao. Owner occupied 
main fleer with upnairs rwttod 
sin ear month, ^twot ptoM tor 
owngr gccuplod builnaaa wfH> an 
oyo to the future. 15$.^ ^S. 

, BRUCE WRIGHT 


^Th. 


(§00.) IM-47M (1^) 
URAL iSTATC LTD. 


ISOe QUADRA 

Older hem# or commorciaity penod 
tot, ueod 00 revenue proporty 
K». “ terms. AKtna 

909 SKINNER 

a and down duotox on torao vtow 
4 bedreeme on mein ftoer 2 
fWI be a eme nt — 
~ aaktog iniwo. 

.jfiAS 4794049 

iPS.1971 

•M'Hillatoe'- 


rf±LTO. 


OAK BAY 
SIDE BY SIDE 
CXJPLEX 

Naw on the market I Choke loca¬ 
tion wtth 2 bodrooms tech side. 3 
firaptocos, main ftoor toundry 
roema. third bodroom In bgsomonf 
of one side. lOS) ag. ft. on each 
side. A bettor thon evoroffo diF 

5iE77?*S!lFF SALMON 0 477-36M 
GARDNER REALTY LTD. 


Central Park 

New 27 suite 
opartment bldg. ARP 

Developer guarantees 9 per 
cent retun on Invested Cap¬ 
ital. V^ll consider trades. 
Garden Oty I>ev. Ltd. 

Pb. 384-7164 


TAX SHELTER 
Bultdort' mtotortuno provktos gx- 
cetlent C.C.A. situation for Individ¬ 
ual group. 14 arand New largo 
^bedroom atrota units at below 
cost for rental new and rasato 
when market nermelltae. No 
A.H.O.P. or A.R.P. compioxitlos. 
Piooso phono Graham Ireland — 
Res, 995-1445 City Brokeregs 
3 S 4 - 3 S 47 or Gi^go Brtll^ ~ Ros. 
47t-4493. British American Raolly 
Ltd. 3I5-143I. _ 

BEAT INFLATIONl 
One of the fgw root Income pro- 
ducora In town. Clean, oosliy 
operated, tourtaon-ur>it housakagp 
Ing rovonua proporty. Land valued 
at 130,000. Gross income 3344100. 
For financial Information ond 
making an offer contoct 479-1M7. 
Asking $1494)00. 

I. G. UDSTONE 
J. H. WMttomo 4 Co. Ltd. 
Ro yal Oak Branch _ 

SUBSTANTIAL PRICE 
REDUCTION 

Taka advantage of this outstanding 
offer. 3.72 acre# — currerrtly 
operated as e motel mobll combo. 
Super owners' rHidonce. Good In¬ 
come — with room for expansion. 
Added bonus — access on 2 roods 
plus wetorfront. Piooso cell tor In 
formation and dstails: 

477-0191 lOfUDSCHWeR 471-003 
Royal Trust Corporation 

"r^'E^^ — 

DEVELOPMENT 
4 rented houses. Revenue S311S. 
per month. Largo tots. 71J00 sg. 
tt. of lend. Close In. Earner may 
take boot oe port pgymont. Try 
traooe, terms or option. U29j00. 
MLS 24495 to 34700 tnciuslve. Cell: 
JOHN HOLMES at m7S31 
BOORMAN IN^STMENT CO. 

nil OOVERN/AENT ST. 


- Screw Tolivcroff. 

&uS. **** 


ICE CREAM VAN AND BICYCLE 
‘ tor sue, 112-933-4449 


Pure_ - .- - 

wfll teko your boot or 
frsds. Choose from S v.. . . 
ful 3 • bedroom custom bull! 

S duplexes. Cedar shake roofs, 
brick firopisces, professlonsMv 
landscape In dssireblo Saxe Point 
ores. Just I block from boot romp 
and ocean. Lots of tress ond soctu- 
ston. PIssso call 595-1444 or 
593-0613._ 

CTIOI^ DUPLEX 
Near Sea and Park 
Wti' designed home with one 
4 Bdrm. ond one 3 Bdrm. suite. 
Immaculate Inside and out. Large 
rooms, full basomeni. Easy care 
lot with numerous fruit trees. 
Offers Invited on SMJOO. OLGa 
ZACHARY at 595-1^ or j93-3M. 
•OORMAN INVESTMENt CO 
LTD. 204S Cedboro Ray Rd. 


ESQUIMALT TRIPLEX 
172.900 

This a^yssr-old tee*! triplex has 
soporeto htg. systems and metars. 
3 comfortabto 2 -bedrm. suitss on o 
lore# M and gylet stroot. 
mor# Wo. guickly ctfi LYLE 
MARRINGTM SM^TS^er 2553 
or DANNY GRBIQ 3M-3m, CoatlO 
Prepoinos Ltd. 


POSSIBLE TRANSFER, OWNER 
dMporgte. Reduced, 174,9M until 
July 30th only. If unsold, will list 
with realtor tfl.fOO. Pounlex, net 
^version. Pour l-badroem suites. 
Excellent condition. Groee SOTW, 
Idool iiwoitmont. 479-4073. 


0 ^. 3 


duplex, 410-413 Crelgflt... 
ull price 1494)00 or btst 
3BM3M. 


to SUITE CONVENTIONAL 

K irtm#nt bTpck near Btacen Hm 
rk. St 45,0 00. Vencouvir. 

366-9641.__ I 

COMMERCIAL BUILDING FOR 
self In downtown Victoria 
344-7144 


SweitaiyKnit! 



LOOKING FOR A GOOD 
REVENUE? 

TRY THIS ONE IN VIC 
WEST 

Only 7 vrs. old, v» end down 
boeuty- each unit Mentlcal. Largei 
living room with well to-wall 
carpet, dining area. 2 
rooms, 4 pco. bath . . 
kitchen, utility erag, opch eay own' 
utilities. Property In ftp top eoodi-' 
lion, a steel at the eeking price • 
MtJW. Cell CONNIE WEYXeR at 
344-4164. CASTLE PROPERTIES' 
LTD. 


to-wall shag; 


Hooded and Happy 



•mBimM !■ 

RumcmcMI 


IntMt 

£|i| 

voHspime eni eeee 


CmupMi M|ln« f 

UPitafUMwii#!: 

MimMi QmM Mi 


fU. 

#12 


12 

takX 

iQwll 
IS QiriHlIliToW*#! 
Mill IS Jiffii Slip 


ii44 KKs-BiniK nonanr 



R. 

2 REVENUE 
PROPERTIES 

yjSiL^yaam’^L-ssi; 

eponmont. Verv stable tenants, 
high underiythe lend value ana 
aaey finatwlng maha ‘ 
w o rth toanlnf at. 

$84,500 

3 SUITES > Ctoaa 1 
aaartmant In good ro 
torn, aportmont aana— 

$67,500 

CaN tor detalia: 

R. I. MURPHY 
388*6454 


ME HOCSB FOB ftAUS 


(^RDNERm 

REALTY UdVjl 


OPEN HOUS€ 
TX5DAY 
7-9 P.M. 

3371 tlfMWOOD 

rafeo Mur tBnaiy to aaa thto I bgd- 
room hama. it toMuraa Ut om 
tkgptoca, tn-llng EMuBragm. geiy 
ktl^n wir 

and sapora.. . 

Ba4hro<m w<th cuftwid marbio 
toe vanftv and a h awgf Gor. Quali¬ 
ty carpets over aasu You wfll 
*n brtek flraatoaaang 
Mto-liko roc. room wftn barTThero 
Is atoe a hM ptoM btthrgan^ uflll- 

395^ BILL WEISS 04-4441 


U§ BOtnUCS FOB SJLLE i UB llOl f Bi FOB SALF 



i OAK BAY 
..1:a to 4;IS 



PRICE RBDUCeO 
$5,900 

MUST SELL, OWNER HAS 
MOVED 

* Op y pg% S bEtPa- Family ham# 
In PaIrflA. ^tof strast with 
soma aaa vtows. Could fao oaftiy 

m-rm josin cockrill 





(e triM|.fM#y In i hM#- 

Kim ocM aitli nMI lola! 

Juil wM m •«# hr mnl! 
Knit letn.|ooi |kW oI iranM 
from coUir dOM. mdiKlin( 
Mm FiH mUh turn mm 
thinf. Pittnm NS: Sun 818 
inclinM. 

SI 2Sl In ■cn pMMrn — Clttl. 
cnqut n monm ndn. Add2Sc 
for nncli pwnm tor mail 
•nr) Itonamg. Stn) la MIy 
Colonini Onttnrn Dnpl., #6 
f’rogtnnn Am.. ScMorotjgh. Orr- 
Brio. M1P 4P7. #tlm pitinly 
pilBm numbnr. yow nnmo. 


P R. BROWN 

QHO SONS LIB. 

"THE PEOPLE TO SEE" 

GOVERNMENT STREET 

Doltag Rd., 

■ ISfr*?? 


block 
oidor UP 


REDUCED TO 
$68,500 

No ftalri la cHmb In this extra; 
specious 3 baWoam spqUm ftu^ 
homo on a to acre aariHiko tot. 
Hot wBtor M onStoto ot pavedl 
p^toa. MLSNo. Sl^Cail; I 
3M-7m CLMmALMOND 4P7-3436 

DUMP OF THE 
MONTH 

thot has bean ripped oft. E>iey 

your mwi^ootort « fto wl ' 

room naaOng aatm 
takg a hwk at 


SnTlsssMsr: 

I celling, touadry rggm, 
^ regm gn< w ar frui a, 

N HOUSE 
KAMPSHIRg 
I:J» to 4:gb 

' $ 0 ^ Oak Bay. Bargain artoa. 
A lot of house for a vary med- 
grgto arke. 3 bedrwiiis, iK^ 
ream, dtolni area, leras Utcti- 
an, toll Not baeamenT wHoO 
mere coifitf you eek tor. Call: 

BILL MOHR at -- 

S9L4714. 

OP«N HQUbE 
WED. AMO TMUAS. 7.., 

NO. 4C4.3ito DOUGLAS i 
ON THE OARKl 

'ten to t74,9« on 
1 eufto of 129S eg. 
md alrY oia^tont 
hgrbour andSooka 




NEW 1977 NEEDUUMEI EAT. 
ALOG IBI 22$ dn,M. 9 frM 
pittim inwlt. Knit. croelBC 
cralM Sand 7M 
SWeli'VHIcNpllB....11JS 

Ci«M «Wi $#■■■.11 Jl 

CncMtIMmtt.$lJt 

NW)Fm,()WI>.».N 

MM CndMl.$lJt 

SnSKnNM..81 

N n X M iit Ml.$180 

nmnrCnicM M.8140 

Hnin^CncMMi.ilil 

Instant CmcM M.81JN 

Instant MKniB M. . . .81JI0 

Instant Mans) Mi.ilJN 

CmptalnSWM.11.W 

CnmpBli I14....81.N 

12PiiaiAMMlU.SOc 

MnllSqiiMs#!.S«( 

Mnst u in Quilt M #2.Ms 

1$ QBHstoTnWiin.SM 

MtHiUnilati.SSt 


HANDYMAN 
OR INVEST 
3 BR's—29,900 
BRAND NEW 

Rustk oxtertor luet comptotod 
with cedar sidina and ■ 
imertor nse ds finishing. . 
the Highitnds Rgeraatloi 
area on ooprexlmttaly 
acre, one f — 
court. Open _ 

»c"EXnysi';:a;;o'.t*?fV‘g*: looking for THE 

JAMES BAY SK 

REVENUE 

h^e^ Two ERS..on ,moIn ftoer, 



watch 

reft On’iL.X 

^nns are laiiito Ideal tor 

sen ' 

wttfi to... ... 

_Jttod, I N_ afton- 

MARJ aUpPSR or 
MARK1E MUHN or cal9: 
594-3331 anytime tor prito 


dance 


THE BEST BUY )N TOWN 
SM,9M 

Mein floor hoe two-pioea both. 
Lp^ Itvtof room, walMo-wali 
olito firopii 


ir^ir^.Knt-in'SRS; 

. -/tllitv 

M 


SM«9I 


OPEN HOUXE 
ISUf UAlSOR RD. 
ROCKL.AND ARXA 


81M,9a) 

DON ROBBCn 



nil tLANSHAiio man 

VTODOR ANXIOUS 
aALBBJqo iRH) 
QFTBRS INVmX) 
OAKBAYWSAE, 
ASKtNC; MB,W0 

.. Ml mn . 

•tvn lUtlrig 
fo rMttonl 

' ut-o: 


ptoaeo call, (caurtooy 


»-42n m6 K SWANSTpN 
J. H. WHrTTOMt I 



B.C. LAND 

AND INSURANCf 
AQENCV LTBk 

$38,900 
VIC HIGH 


This isrge, elder 4-p1tx features a 
terrific l^atien on DaHaa Kooii 
with good watervlpws and R3L 


SUPER DELUXE DUPLEX. ffOW 
5117,000. Btock Brea. Raalty. 
m-mi. 479-3313. 


GOOD STARTER IN 

Gorge area noifty remedeHod up- 
anditoNyn duplax. liSMO. 479to410. 


3 STORIS, LEASED, 4 DELUXE 
s^gs^ owner. t1ft,Q00. 30-4613, 

S47~~ OO^IMERCIAL OB 
IXDrSTlUAL 
FKOPEBTIES 


r<«»n wi,iJ''M-t5Mr"'lllS; Starters or investors. 

dryer, upstaira has 
reams, plus bath, all 
wall carding. Full Man paaa- 
msnt and ready for develop 
mant. Call: BILL MOHR at 
JIB-iai or S9D4n4. 


PIraplaoo ki^LR. 


plua 3 BRS ya. Flrai___ 

Stas 

FAMILY HOME 

rooma, ito batha. Lot SOP doao 

- backVBTd. Ttel for 

pats. U9,9n7 MLS 


with_ 

chlidran and 
36477. 

3ftS-7731 AMUOe DOBSON S94-4MI 



Ava. SM 44 P 4 

LARGE SECLUDED 
LOT 
$54,800 

3 B.R., toft BsmT. family hama an 
a beautifully tread tot at the ond 
of a cul-dfroac. LR. wtth ftro- 
i Buys you a. i-yoar-etd fully land- IS" 

scaped 3 l^m home with custom cS.ff***®?'? 
fireplace In living room, sundock 

oft dining room. Large bathroom!^ Yy?-. Phelps 


$50,500 



3 bdrms (1 dwn). Full 
bosement. First time 
offered. Quick, quick 
sale required. Exclu¬ 
sive. 388-5555. 
Chummy Crobbe 
479-7998 (Home) 


has extra door to msstor Bedrm. 
, Basement Is reedy for your own 
I custom development with roughed 
iln F.P, end ptumblng. Etoc^ 
, heating. Owner to be frOTSwred, 
mustaoll. C^rs takan on S9P400. 
'345-7721 BRIAN COUTTS- 




Ortufa 

J. D. BOSOET LTD. 

38S4455 

nflDOOBLAS 


SUBDIVISION 

POTENTIAL 

Approx. 5 ocroo wall traad. sea- 
vtow, community water avaliablo, 
Mill Bay ~ S4M00. 

HEAVY 

INDUSTRIAL 

ZONING 


2 BEDROOMS 


Cuft and practical stucco bunpalow 
wtth part b oto maot on 90'x126' tot. 

sold as ownars hovs 
<tow MLS at 547,900. 
DALE BRICOS 493-3971 


Aiwst bo 
bought. r‘ 
34S-772I 


WHAT A BUY 
$49,900 

^ 34 U Gordon Hood ranchK. evar 1000 
so. ft^ ant-olsad LR with br. FR. 
SOP. OR, cab. oloc. kitchen, 4-pce 
vanity bath, 3 BR. sunroom, see. 
garage. Hydro toil tncludina heat 

(24 hrs.). 


Terry Eden, 3464494 


NO WAY! 

Ctn you find a batter veluo then 
In this tarriRc femlly home im- 
moculate dgcor. 3 bithrooma, aun- 
dpck, roc room. It s all hora for 
only SM.SOO In Canh^l SaanM. 
Eaetna is ooiieviiia. Call new to 

Gordon B. AAocDoweM 
-368-627$ Pager 950 


2 BEDROOMS 
WHITE STUCCO 
FULL BASEMENT 
NICE DISTRICT 
$44,900 

MLS NO. 25855 


t 


rrs A BEAUTY 
$69,80011! 

T>n 3 BR, Cafc pi^. Kitchen with 


Approx. 13 oerpo on buotngas 
, f r ent s Bi rood with acceaa to TC 
I Hwy. north of Duncan, will #c-, 
commodate warehouaing, mgnufac- 

Wunjcippl wetar avail-[ 3IS.7721 DALE BRIGGS 992-3t7l 
able. Vendor will carry to P quail-' 
tied purchaaer. Asking $2.00 per! 

ROOM TO GROW 

This larga, older style, 3-bodreom 
homo Is tocotod in tMs dMrabit 
Simpsons-Soers aroo. Full base- 
mont hae 4th boA^m plua an-1 
other roughed-In. totally remo- 
doltod 15x13 kftchen, beauftfvl L.R. 
with rock F.P. Now stucco and 
paint tob eutsWo. Huga yard for 
fht chfldron. Prlo^ to soil at 
644, 900. M^^ Ne..34M. 


^rnimt petto, ^wrap^round sun 
deck, manli^ed aoraens. Only I 
veers Old .aUB to bgtfto than now 
conditton. Located In Beoiftiful CoL 
:(food Lake Estates. MLS ^969. 

To view onytimo phono 
terry EDEN 
344-3494 (34 hrs.) 



Development 

PROPERTY 

14.92 oerae lensd Rl with Regional 
approval for otvetopmont of SO 
lots. Property Is well treed, sower 
end water evallablw paved rood 
access, next door to excellent 
existing lubdMeton In C^chon 
Bay. ^iflne, bootfne and fishing 
nasr. Excellent returns on your 
invoatmsnt. 

Enquirtos to: 

List Madigon— 7464990 

Pet p^en— 743-2557 

Tom Burdgw- 743-9394 


(mj jCottVl W 

Start eaily for brisk weithei 
with this hocKled puHover. 

You'll ioto it for weekend 
walks. ski-slopcs. sports, 
campus. Knit pullover with/ 
without hood of simthetic wor¬ 
sted m 4 col^ Pattern 
766; Sires 10. ll 14 incl. 

$1.25 for iBCh patiem — cash, 
chgqut or monty ordr. Add 2Sc 
for patiam for fim-claat mail 
and handling. Sand to; Daily 
Colonial Pailarn Dept., 60 
Progrgaa Avt.. Scartxxough. On¬ 
tario. M1P 4P7. Print plainly 
patitrn number, your name, 
addrgaa 

NEW 1977 NEEOLECRAH CAI 
AlOG has 225 designs. 3 free 
pattwns inside. Kmt. crochet, 
crafts! Send 754 

smeh y Patch QbWi 
CibiM with Sgara 

. M.. J - 

LfBCBBi a viaraiiBs... 

•lifting QnMi. 

MM CncM. 

Mt InN M. 


OWN YOUR 
OWN 

WAREHOUSE 

FROM $48,000 

These woreheusae ere situated on 
a heavy traffic thoroughfare end 
offer good oxpoeuro, parking, 
ffnisi'sd office specs, ample wir¬ 
ing, losdine boys and attractive ff 
neneing. iMOl tor: 
•^otej^heieeeto 

—Automotive 
—Dry storage 
—Building Contrectori 
For further Information please 
call: 

BRIAN MARTIN 
Canada Trust, S95 5171, 
or JACK COLWELL 
Soospf Oy Prooofllss, 344-3124 

STORE, SHOP 
OR 

WAREHOUSE 

SITE 

A very prime light Induetrial tot 
and locstion in city, 45x120 (5400 
sg. ft.). Existing older home usebie 
for office and alorege Priced at 
59,510. 

.KEN MANN, 304144 (34 HrO 
T. L. MANN A ASSOCIATES LTD. 


345-7731 


Kent MacLeod 395-4273 


RAMBLING 

UPLANDS 

RANCHER 

Only 3 steps up from the walkway 
end you art In 2)00 eg. ft. of 

t racous living ell on one floor. 

niov the comforts of the largo 
master bedroom with full 5 pee. 
ensulte ond o soporete study. Ttva 
enttrtoinmont sivto llvlne room Is 
2tot4 with a floor to coning stone 
firtpipco. The soperoto dining 
room nos French doors opening 
onto a patio. There is a fully mod¬ 
em kitchen, 2 more bodrooms, ond 
soporeto laundry room, end an¬ 
other toll bathroom, to completo 
the main floor of this fino homo. 
But that's not ell. you have a toll 
high basement, waiting for your 
devolopmont If you wish. The pork- 
like oordene are cempletoly pri¬ 
vate with a aprtnklor system 
throughout. This homo Is now on 
the mofkot tt t134iOM. MLS. Phone 
now. 

345-7721 DALE BRIGGS 393-3971 


SAANICHTON 

$59,900 

Soavtow. 3 bdrm. 
Garry Bentham 
__3I4-34W (24 hrs.) 

$47,900 


MAPLEWOOD 
A swMthoert of a proeerTy that 
will ImmMatolv c^ur# vour 
partial baetmont 
4nd otfeched qaraee. Looetod on a 
Quitt woodsay street, this large tot 
has 0 jiant weeping wlltow for 
bockv^ shade, and the home o 
chsmeter 0 ^ warmth hard to 

CALL NOW 
Jack Davit 
386^494 (M hrt.) 



ia^PACE 

PriKailits Lt4. 

144P Oak Boy Ave. 395-3413 


$42,900 
3 BGDROIOIMS 


3440 Deugiss St 


FAIRFIELD 
FI94E FAMILY HOME 
tmm sd toto po4S4eeton on thte de- 
lightM oldar heme, laecleue llv- 
lC 0 room wrth boomed celilnee and 
stone fireplece. Family-elae dining 
room. 4 bedrooms ond den. Fue 
high bsmt., oil hoot, primo toco- 
tion, near part and sea, prlca 
147400- 

C. H. HOLLAND REAL ESTATE 
430 VIEW 144-1414 er 5n47U 


and 

trough. 

•iime. 



Montreal 
Trust 

OPEN HOUSE 

WED. 2-4;30 P.M. 
1018 BANK ST. 


..Maintenance 

froa. Eaev-cart garden. Close to 
transeortatton end shops. Jiat 
21 Vyepr-otd ond in Immaeutafs 
condition. Offers 3 bedr o o m s. 1W 
bofhs. tomlly room. Vendor hM 

purchseod. Offers - 

MLS. In otton^nco: 


ESQUIMALT 
2 BEDROaMS 
Clost to Khoois, stores, and eft 
bus route. Full basement, rec an 
family room. Attochod eartpe. 
Fwiy fenced let with torubs r'' 
fruit trots. Must bo span ' 

S45J)00 or eitors. No 
344-7544. _ 

SIDNEY 

AAolvlllo park, family homo, S-bsd- 
room master on-suite, eth baofoem 
Excellent storter 3 blacks to ols-|ln bosomant. Stoned tsco ffroplaoe, 
montary school. Largo 441)149 tootiaatlna nook In kitchen plus dining 
lot. 1291 Duristfrvtilo Rood In-iroom. Offers. Owner toavlng Is- 

terurbOT. Price reduced fr^ lend. 592-9041, evenings 45^402, 
645.900 to 642,900. MLS. 24793. Silordev 10 to_4;_ 

SSM491 ■’^^^'''SSuiBrePMwaiil SWEEPING WATERVIBWS 
» 3 M 4 ri » 4 -w /5 pigar 344 .thormo-pene 

k.i/^A/ i/>vk. 11 frame sliders. This lovoly T> 

NuiW ONLY fto^4y i®^®* •txi* ^‘®h'4 two sup*- 

* 4 -x r-KA/N '’IPF ^ T-G pine construction. 

%A7 tOO hY known B.C.-Intorlor crefts- 

int* aw Th* ^ Noor Duncan and Victoria 

ivV.,«hjji ^ 

room, bosomont homo wtth o PRIVATE — COLWOOD. NO 
lorge. now workshop — garage at i AGENTS. 

t!j4to*r.,^ _ 13 or 4 bedroom, )\i baths, • 

Tftj noM a llftie repair! fireplKe.s finished rec room, leree 

and attention but inside It Is realty treed tor, sundeck, gulet cul-ds- 

nke and idoil far ttw young temi- sac, near Khoois and OToppIne, 

ty.09^ financing avadabla IML$). |42jno. 47M4a3. otter 5. 

Cell now to view: j — ■ ■ - . . 



PALACE !FOR A 
PITTANCE 


You won't believe hew much house 
YOU ore getting tor only 544,900. 


HANDYMAN S SPECIAL 
Eequimelt, older tour bedroom, 
bossment, SK900. Eves. m-sm. 

C APRELL PLACE, LANG- 
, 4 bedrooms, 145406. 034913 
■ftor 4. 


344-2111 ALAN WESTGATE 446-341 o solM, modern bungolow, built 


URGENT, MUST SELL 
Quiet Goldstrem oroa. S-vaer-old, 
4-bedreom, 2 firoptocos. 3 sets pf 
plumbina, glou doors to sundock. 

'■-- —- - laundry room, 

..-jcod to SAJOO. 

47S431L 


Carport, 'rgc room. Ii 
full basomont. Roduci 
Of^s. 47S431L 


Id Ilka to I m 1954! Olid fn ns’w ^onoitlohr 2\ miiM 

make If ROOMY RANJCHPR 3 bodrooms, toll bssamonl. ViroSS' 

r situated; T lyMNynCK ,drive-ln garage and lovaiv privata ^roo^iwrkstoT'n^ to^^ 

iment pm Owner^gtiL Has siaehod priceigarden, Vi on a 45 x 120 ft. lot.,b^ ^ 


REVir^TJE 

HOLDING PROPITRTY 
$M.900 

Not much cash, but would like to 
invest? The owners will 
easy to buy this 4 suiter ...... 

lust one lot oft Government . 

ilgM industrial zoned land. The ln-> to 649,900. (Tfters. 3 trs. Large,Quiet, prefty street 
come could took after tno pay Good workshop In rear. This rap-1 homos In Victoria West. MLS 

menu oven with o smill down, resents terrific value. Call: GLENN NICHOLLS 3»t-744t or iVFTW IfOMI' LSS V)0 

payment and you could build your' JOHN TEMPLEAAAN 39^243l . 

smell warehouse or whatever in.380-2111 312-7419 o-'ix Central I 

the future. For more detain call: Mutii $36,900 a'*"* 

— 7. .. . cnoosa from, Fi 


. $1,25 
..SLM 
8i.a 
..81.M 
.81.00 
..81J$ 
.81.01 
.81.W 
..81M 
81.00 
81.N 
81.M 
81.M 
81.00 
Mk 
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--... .iw,dn._ 

5«S.M7I BRIAN AAARTIN i».33U 
_c«nidn Truni_ 

I FOR RENT 

A.iltibln ImmMlittty, 

,cnc#d Art, of “ 
ff. sulfiblo fo. 


82 Ml 

lot 

Mt 


__ .. itorogo In vieinl., 

of Douglas and Toms. Raasonobio 
rent. Contact Mr. Anderson. 
382-2721 or 4h-49a5. 


COUNTRY 
TOWNHOUSES 
!•'” 2-3 BR—$45,000 
See Our Ad Under 
Condo's and 
Townhouses 


KEATING XRD 

1 aero Wt In new aervl^ paved 3B6-2111 NEJL RAi 
Industrial subdlvlslpn. WiTl seU er 
dovoiop tor sullablt tonant. O.K. 

Trucking Co. Ltd. 3a4-3alL 


SM HOUSEA TOR 8ALE 


. A “X OWNER 
tmmeeulete 2 -bod r 09 m 
dining roem.^cjy^ llvj 


Very oound, older, 
home on gulet itreet in Vic. 

(West. Over 1300 so. ft. of living OAK BLY 

ln?^'n<i*'!o,'nScr"T^lir2»*il*f^ »EACH DR. BR OWNKR 
vou hsndv Mrfrmi GLFNN' ^^Fdroom, family home on beeuft- 

JAMES BAY, BY OWNER, OVER 
OXno so. tt. RX. Updated 2-bed- 
room houae, presfntty rented. 

^ Michigan. 


3B>-jii wegjByiSS^it to.»M 


$87,000 

well ipeoed txOTas. ctose to i 


dining room, cosy living 
tlropTaco. bright kitohon vftth 

bfoelfilsf nook, full bosomont vvfth IftSxl? Itvtfw room. Dol^ttyiry 
bathroom, sewtng room, workshop, nfiW' IdH!* xt tchon . sdpary e dtn - 
roc room with bar. complete oetto, l>to do^ to • 5 ?^' 

oroteMtonally lanAcaoed. 1,2» eg. i 20M* family ^ro om^ Th ree or ^ 
tt. a49,900. 5^7309. i boiPeoms and aunosck upper level 

—^-T- --r-—— by eesy stair. Vaeant, owners snx- 

ROSEBERRY AVE. S49.96P. View enyfime ..yftth HUGH 

^der 3 or ^bedroom tsmllY home, YE REX er LYNITTE DEUk- 

A ......... 


P'B 


•OWN 

Rd Oft 

LANIHAIR) 


let. etovetod locaften er lease wtth 
option to purchsat. No Aoents 
piaaso. 3)5-4743. 


SACRIFICE 

moving, on exi_ __ _ 

tor tol.foo. cioeo to iii itveii of 

Khoois ond UVic. 1810 Fairhurtt. 
477-S491. A 


OAK BAY A(?PER?le? LTD. 
2227 Ook Bay Avt. 


|a3JM. HALF DUPLEX, 7 
voors. 4 bedrooms. FIropiKe. wall 
to wall, cerport end sundKk. oft 
street eerkina. 384-4015 after s 
o.m. 


"Feopie Hetpina Peooie' 

FAI'RFIBLD 

In a deslrebig area tees than a 
btock to water fr o nt. 3 b^me. on 

K in with o third fh full basement. 

n wfth an eftnectiye fireplece, 
egp. tormgi Drm, sunny kllchsn 
end 4«ce bath. Nfca eek fteoo 
and piaster throughMi. Sep. 
garage end nko tot wmt garden 
end fruit trees. Sa,a 00 . 

REG ICHUMAKER l9g-33» 

GEORGE BURRELL 993-to79 
_or 315-4771 (anytime) 

BY OWNER. GORDON HEAD 


Cordova _ 

bedrooms, (^satlv i 
on aaSiW. ilMSn. 


SY area. SMvIews, i 
- reduced. Of#ere 


BY OWNER, WELL LOCATED, 
good construction. 3 bedreems, 
yyn^OTt^ysrege, eftsrs. 947 Sal¬ 


im FORT STREET 
Lsrat Edwardian home 
tsveie I “ ■ — 




bualneas Site. Call owner, 

C. N. M^TAOUB CO. lYd. 
Seles, Contuiients, Renttls. 
1078 llsnthsrd St.. 314 9311 


.... -- -LL HpyiE 

Linsdowne SchooH S4 T<mo, 
down poymenl. Fnone 3 I 4 - 7164 . 


FOR SALE BY OWNER. NICF 
Brand new, erchitKt deetoh, * i ”** Hiuttain 

bedrooms, family roam, MowinM Y _ _ 

b***'?- AoProxL,JAMES BAY, BY OWNER, UP 
meft^ 2S^ M- ft- finished orae,| dated 2-bedrOprr. Drive by. I4l 
S74JM6. p^ne 477-1521. Ladysmith. Ml,500. 384^44. 


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H0i*9ES FOB **»■«• :M llonES FOB S4Lr. HOt'SES FOB 4ALg M» MOtJSr.W FOB SALT. 


1 fittl; Cil«n<«t Vioo***. ®c.. Tut«i»y. July ». i»r? 33 

-M HOI SE« FOn SAM: l:w HOiriES FOB SALX |t« ROtmE^FOB lALK {tM IIOI'SM FOB BAI.K 



Ridley Bros. 


DF.H. Real Estate Ltd. 

1M9 MiKlIgll AVI. 

OPEN HOUSE 

Wed. 4 Thurs. 7-9 
$49,500 

200 OM Av. 



•wmiirroirt 


CMrmi Mlthtfutt 
View tN* heme m* 
rneMl Ameettve IMm m 

fifulMi and raflmhad . 

fleer*. neere M M. detW^i 
kilcMn. waaeiNefy dene bantrm, 
tw« eead bedrme. wttn recentty 

.77-710 (tua.) 3U.MU (Rm.) 



OPEN TOUW TDNICHr 
un DENMAN 
1:00-3:00 
B 7.00-800 

,mAa ar nmm*- 


ONE OF THE BEST 
BUTS GOING! 
neur eedroom femlly bunM- 
lew, erivet* tirtra lerae ro*. 
Greet lecanon. any oMers 
RLEA sei cell: 

KATHY RLADES 
479-7141 Off. JN-4m Ree. 



UeveiedeMnt Ce. Ud. 

3101 metchoiin road 

Memear Victerle M.U.O.A.C 

COLWOOD 

^ . SWARTZ BAY 

cosTmu^^y^sRoeycTios 00 ! COUNTRY ESTATE 


Country ChrMnas 


2034 SALEM 
TERRACE 


0PENH0USEU.JM 

H Rm. MON.-RH. 

1 -S e.m. t«t. end $un 


TERRAHUE DRIVE 
ROTHNIE PLACE 

ISUSER VIEW) 

WISHART ROAD 


R'lced rrwn •sf.tv* wiin n 

mo^oetee. Lew faxte. Riv* 
werranflet. 

Turn ri«m oM Matchaein Reed at 
Celwood Firenall 

Far Rurttwr DeteRi tail 

Ron Cherwaty 
478-1721 478-1914 


miM? Mf". on j 
: 4warti Bay, 

^.^itlili# end Teaai . _ , 

La ns •STtTlSa.r"* 


heme la a 
Al acrae ov^ 
, the dmgnda 
it fer fafnlllei. 
main- 


'LEEDS PL.' 

Yaur cholc* of 1> Riwiity buHt 
'hamee aricad tram W3.900 tn 
$74,IM. An Weal locaHM where 
- n can play Mfelyj na-tf*ru 
Off Lodae Ava., between 
1 Rd. and Quadra Straat. 


IDYLLIC 
.99 ACRE 
NO-STEP 
CHARMER!! 


'^and iT^'mIi (tbon.'^ae far- 

flrapi*<e and eaicony overlooking 
the rear aardena >e ana af t^ 
meet charming rme Imaalnr^* 
Vender hae tra^iM 

'’°™3!Srfr5™v 

1M.«4S4 

BRIGHT 8 . 
BRAND NEW 
BROADMEAD 
, 979 ROYAL OAK 
DRIVE 

I JuM comMM, IM« *t*m Muty 
awatt* your fafully. inrimafe faml- 
1 ly rm off kltchii jia* a rtafln^ 
rock and cadar RR, chaerfuf kitch¬ 
en Includee dlehwwiher. even and 
'ranta with brtot^Mtlna arff. 

; Genareua formal dMna rm aM 
ifleeanca to the can^porery 
rior. ^ken ttvlnf rm and entry 
i halt v# htgMigM& by acean^ af 
cedar and naturarrack tyfth floer 


LOW DOWN 
PAYMENTS 

Vendor May carry M martaaaa 
to aueiiiied purcheeera. 

LOW PAYMENTS 

- Through wmi CooiI iooSw 

■hd thlojc.A.P mortoMO lor undor $SW ■ 

‘"''•"Ih.htiI"*'"' trades 

CONSIDERED 

Trede your ereeent home fw e 
brend naw on# plus money back t# 
vow7 

OPEN HOUSE 
DAILY 

WfEKDAY* I--:* 

lATURDAY l-lOO 

lUNDAY W;» 


jsssSiRr^hSasL'sr^^ 

sq. ft. Of ereclM Ihdng. r-" 
priced at ttOMOO.^ull^ v^il < 
elder molar heme at deem 1 


MISPRINT??? 


MOR€l $$4.«a for • ilS!l 

$-badrm. hama. InctudM kttchan 
with family rm., nica ' 

and F.P. and full bamt. Qvts^: 

« double aaraaa with 
you heven't 
MU. Hurr 


•ULi 99141 




I wailiahap. 
Naw Hstlna 




FOR SALE 


fCALTYWOnJI’ 

OPEN HOUSE 
Sun. 3-5 
1357 Ryan St. 

Character 3-badreom bwn«alaw 
nkaty lendecaeed comar tat 
Oaklanda area. M badraam 
baaafmnt. Oak fleve. I Rraaiacae. 
Late of paAlnt.^arada In 

■ " •• • "*'•* ••• 

»544|1 




, OPEN HOUSE 
% M P.hL DAILY 


nwnt. Vacant, 
hanw atMI.IM. 
DOUO MWEN 


Wkufiji 


W-77431 


CLARE M. STEVENS, 


FAIRFfBLO 
2 FOR ] 


FOR NEW LISTING AND 

WOODED, HIGH CORDOVA U)T. 
HOUSE IS t3-YEAR AAODERN. 3 
■ EDROOMS RUJS DEN ^U$ 
CONSERVATORY. U* 
|ATHROOMS..Sgl(ARAT|^«ftg 




EXCLUSIVE 

RESIDENTIAL 


HENDERSON REALTY LTD. 
N5-9741 (anytima) 


A^XXDED SEXXUSION” 

Over ana third of an acra, bMu- 

OOUGLA. ST. 

SSSSS SWlh^SS DhflES COMPARISON I 

room mekee thU country^ home: -y— Trv-a^n 

eeay to heet end warm and eery. IN CXA-waaJU 

Only thfft milee from town. i oood etraet of nicaly lendaceped 
«S7JBe and you CM fjfW " home*. TW* beauty I* a ana owner 

end »lt by ttw firel Cell Cherle* t^ree tadreem home, recreetlon 

Arnold sa>4454 _ireom. eirtre large cencrata aatia 

- - ^ ijellfhltul aardan*. The whclt 

DONCASTE21-CEDAR HUI. puckiM i. tpofllw. JJR 

kK«M T" 

tt3-ai9i. 


HOUSE AND 
TWOIjOTS 

(ssjh. mla just listid. 

Ntvar on the market bafora. A ceay 
l-badroom ttveoa bunaalaw Mtt In 
1944 for ttW owner. 0-044 heat. 

xi07) (sxinTL-ahaped facine twa 
street* In the Layrttx Rark area. A 
oraat buvl 

E5QUIMA1_T 

NEW LISTINO.— near Saert* 
Centra and Shopalne Riau. A 
lovely family heme enerine 4.bed- 


tor ectleni Don't mis* thi* 
terrHic. oeportufilty. Main home 
he* 4 bedroom#, »ea vlew*,^ full 
basement, nice private Bundeck.! 
2nd home he* 3 bedroom*, lao*- 
rate maters end rent* for 429# par 
month. Beth are really nice wtll-i 
cered-tor home* STf.SOO. New 
MLS- 

TED PINTFOLD 

iu*. 99a-51a Re*. 34S-7742, 

BELIEVE ME? 
?!?fe«Vu?»'oo"R^r^iA 

Very nice, very modaiTt, very 
deem 2 or I bdrm bungalow, a^ 
big yard, no b*mt. garage. Family 

sLhSs? pr'»’aUo‘'iU!*>ii5; 

©tar hurry on TfST onall Haw 
MLS 

TED PINFOLD 

■US: 59*4144 RES: 3M-7743 


Htglv aurmv. treed i 
- .-A ‘-aaaimg 

MrlTFW :i!!: 

- I. Rif— - 


acre StAeeaXa MR time UMTE 4%»7. 

with c!?v vftws, n^led emid ma- l-AM iTMfai, ORRi« 
t^ __ 

feSar'" ■■ 


•rnKi^ai^ iayp^ ar aga. > 
7m. and >pc. dawn. 


C.4NADA PErRMANENT 
TRU.'?r COMPANY 


R*C. Rm. 

*chaeia,^aaA aN^ng 

OWTS'ER 592-95*4 


ITXiKt 


OLDER HOUSE (OUTSIDE 
needs eame attention). In- 

two bedrooms living room, fire- 
place, kitchen, electric stove and 
fridge, dining room, bathroom. 
UPSTAIRS: ena bedroom, llvtng 
room, larga kitchen, fridge end 
will-to-well car- 

_ Electric heet. 

_Si# ear year after deduct¬ 
ing Hema Owner's Grant, ideal for 
veuna iwrking covol*. Rrlce 
«37.3». Term* to suit buyer. 
Phone 477-2919, 992-9771. S44*S8. 


RfOCKLlAiND 

One of the lest uneubdivtded U- 
Hrtee tn tht* preetlae area of . Vlc- 
tarli. Urge AMCIura deslgnM 
meneion situated in a sactudad **h 
ting. Heuaa could be converted 
Into apartments, »ct>eei, rest 
heme. etc. Evt would be IdeeIjN e 
honte tor a larga family. €lgm 
fcedreame. flva finmlaea#, loH of 
room for Mlaw ayWa in a separate 
carriage house. This house ce^d 
net be duplicated for twice the 
oskine orki of *199400. For mere 
Informetian. phone 9*2-2314 during 
efHc* hour*. _ 



RI*A^‘* 

*0341911 idveiV family heme efferino 4 i— 
room*, 2 bathrooms, large dining 
room, fireplace, modern kitchen, 
full basement. A let of home tor 
$54,900. AALS. 

SWAN LAKE 

Immaculate 9-0*droom. fyii be^ 
ment heme everloeklng the lake 

Wke 154,500. ML*. 

OAK BAY 

*51,900. Well-built older 3-tiadroom ; 
heme situated on e owlet street of I 
the Avenue near the vlllepe and 
all amenities. AAust bo eoW ea 
owner hot other plan*. MLS. 

STADAOONA PARK 

*43,900. MLS. In the City rtsldem 
tlal cere area, cloia to all amenl- 
tlgs, this naat and charming .h^e 
offers 3 badreams, ua and third In 
full b as emant, madam kttchan 
with errple cupbeards and a small 
lot for very Imla gardaning. 

WALLY MICHAELS 



h mil In m lU-MilaMl 

country Chfiitiint! 

CtlKO-pt^ «no(3 fn 
cheniHt poinMtlM «ntk | 0 M 
cad ccntoi-fun. ttirifty to 
molu ta Clmitmi PfHini 
613: dnection (a Id-incti 
stutttd wTctlli. ttonen 
$ 1 .26 kr Mcn pndmi — cdF. 
cxtqut a moMY ad« Mc26« 
la OKU p«an ta lli acH oi mal 
■nd Iwidllng. Mnd la Dully 
Colonitl Pdllttn Dupl. *0 
Piogntu Aw.. Scotaaigli. On 
tvlo. M1P 4P7 PilM pHInly 
ptntm numtMf. youi numt. 


si.a 

.$l.M 

SIJI 

.S1.M 

S1.N 

81.» 


Open House 
809 Hutchinson St. 
Sun. 3:30-5:30 p.m. 
Reduced to $49,900 

Must b* epM 

—npwfy ranevatad bungalpw 

»—voam# W-W __ 

kitchen cabintta — harveat 

' and ttidaa. 

iMna-dintn* raw 

—iNRia^o^aatlng araa wtth W-W. 
;5SraD”HODGES S^TU 

JACK and SUSAN tETTS 4774*4 

OAK BAY 
English Cottage 

firtti clgw In bMcK, mnrinn. noH. 
bus andshap*. Laadad w tn diNi* 
and a rMf l*«a add.»e 

sSS-®»« 

3 Bdrms. and Bsmt, 
844 Old Esquimalt 

Mtraetiva W-yr. aM ^stuccy bynpa- 
lew. Zanad duplax. On axtm larga 
lefi claae to all a arvkaa. 

SM tob Cartar, 99M143 or 

3*5-2411 ■ 

Swinerton's Raaltv WarM 


JULY 34-30 

4300 SHCLBOURXE SI 
REDl'CKD TO $57,50U 
DWHER MUST SELL, 
f’i atoray family hem* cleaa t* ail 
erAanttlga. MgdMw brlgmliHchM 
^th aunny family ream. 1 SRs. 


R. R. BROWN 

tm tm km 
"Tilt Raipta to Saa" 

BEAimr 

EVERYWHERE YOU 
LOOK 

A RARE AND SERENE 
■lAUTY . 

* wnlta. 



8 !l 

suit* daw 
MERYLI 
4114443. 


Dandy.' nawty ccm' ffla' d tn-iaw 
suit* dawn. Lara# M. CHE* or 
._T- hays 3*44001 Ras 


wnito. alr-mndttl^ gem 
..^leoM^ tfi*. gktur^ue 
Ovit lalande. 

such a* aaaclflfiametion and 
mw m cppna. 19S2 u. .ft., of 




xciuaivt. 
"7. Cell 
Quick- 


NEW 


NEW 1977 NEEDUCMFT CAT 
ALOG lus 22S dai|ns. 3 tm 
pittan inadt. Kiit crocM. 
crutts! Said 7Sd 

SIHdi'i'PHckeek 
CiwM aiSi tWMMi. 
CiwMlNiMl . 

MftyEMyQiAi. 

DWt bKtaT. 

SnaSUtlMt. 

HgttfsBsiiit Bssli 
FIdMftiMllllSHk 



TRIANGLE 
MOGNTAlN I 

Good famltv heme In aulet eul*ds- 
sac, 4 baereems, ivb bathrooma. 2 ‘ 
tireplacee, temlly room, sundecKA 
additional perking, ertvaev and 
lots mors. Don't mise it I New 
MU. For fwther details, cell: 

DOUGLAS ORR ^ ^ 
3S441U 477-9449 



FLASH! 
NORTHRIDGE 
STEAL $62,500 

Our owner says SELL, and this 
spotless 3-bedroom, full basement 
modern house with a graat back- 

well astabllihM araa. NIm oylat 
neighbourha^. good icheds ckM 
bv. and a lovaly weedtd arga di¬ 
rectly at the raar. Owners heve 
purchased country property and 
mutt be on their way tvan at a 

“iAO^VnO JACKIE WALDRON^ 
4774191 ..^•**** 

Royal Trust CofPoratlM 


Hloh-ellched 
windows, cantre hall plan, all vsrv 
Tttra^iv* M a amail aaav-cara lot 
n Victoria's prettiM araa. Weal 
for the busy orofmlonal family 
man. Thra* badreemt — or of- 
flea space for forms) and-or Infor¬ 
mal tnterlalnlne. Saa ft today. 


Gordon Head 

(40M Gordon Haad Rd.) 

No reeeonabla eftor refused on this 
home. Hi* 3 Bedrooms. iVt Bathe, 
LMng Rm, Dining Room. KItchM 
and finished suite In besement. 
Close to UVIC, ell schools end 
! shopping. Open every dev for 
I viewing. 


ROCKLAND 
TUDOR 
$109,500 

rgoL leaded gt^ 
re Mil plan, all v 
amail *r — 
irettlg* 


ROYAL OAK branch 
4B# W. Saanich Rd. 

479-1447 

LUXURIOUS 
4 LEVELS 

DREN SUN., MON.. WED. 

1:40-3:00 

4^ TIEOEMANN 
(OFF FERNDALE) 

NOW $9*,SOON! S'E PICTURE 
£ 9 ^ 1447 '^B^RIAn'bROWN 3M-)234 

.1 Renters 

You ere missing the boot by not 
seeing the potential in this proper¬ 
ly. Liveable house with 0.;^.M. 
furnsce. elect, range a^ 

PLUS larga oarsg* waft •'•.tS.k" 
finished. Drive bY 2421 Snake- 

SEE IT 

IT'S A HONEY! 

An IntrWwthg 
aaiT of I 


itm 

CoufMi AWwb 114 
12hbiAMiMi«12 . 

HunMi QuM luiA *2. 
16 QuMilwTuwn 
iMAaflliHfylifl 


■US 

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In 3 Fine 
Locotians 

Northridge 
; Terrace 

New home* On Tm Of The World. 
Priced from *44,900. Foltew The 
lOranae Signs Off Vanalman Ave- 
;ftue. 

Campus Views 

In Gordon Heed 

Follow The Orenae SIqm Off Ihol- 
boume At Blair To 23 Nfw Hemes 
On OSgpode Piece Oft Laval. 

: Priced From *47,500. 

Cedar Shores 


aiAR3fING 
rPLANM RESIDENCE 
Mint condiflen throughout. 9 bed¬ 
rooms, dM, batnrooms, rec room 
wtth hraaiiset. fenced vard with 
concrete haatad and filtered poet 
to kpop the youngsters hem end 
hOMi A must see ft SMUOO. 
^N^J^^DEWHURST 9*4400t 

PREariKilOUS COUNTRY 
HOME—NOT FOR SNOBS! 
Luxury and privacy In nualHy da- 
veiMfnant—yet affording an eaey, 
Ilf^lei Unigua cuotom-dtsl^ 
end Wft tanffiv home, njileh 
etvaa the aara ^ one floor ell to 

meaphara await vau hare. To view, 
end^diaeuea hew you can acoUra 
this imia aaradtsa thto dda at 

sc ft WE R 47*4303 

SFXT,USION 
CAMOSUN CDLIXGE 
$61500 

HURRY PLEASE! Located iwat 
off RWiend this 9-badroom da- 
iWhtful bungalow nestia* ament 14 
fruR trge* end feature* cemglaf# 

, seclusion in the gwden. Lerge let 
' with 79 ft. frontgge end not adima 
I neaM In this carpataB, rgdace- 
rstad home. Saa it now for txclu- 

477-0191 47742*1 

(FAMILY HOME 
IOAK BAY 

lln fha frfondty Willows eree. You 
]^ll have five bedrooms and den. 
'iidght Ul, saaargta dining, main 
floor utnitv.T bathrooms, rumpui 
. - will 


• P^VYAGNTR 
.1491 Res. 995 


(Ttflce 345-1491 

CTTY 

n BEDROOM>; 

MTTST BE SOU) 

Living Ream with fireatece. 
Family Pze kHchan. Poll base¬ 
mant. Elactrk rang*, refrige¬ 
rator, end draaee Included. 
Separate eeregt. Nice let. 
Atkina $44400. MLS. _ 
945-141$ JOHN EVANS 477-4452 

SUNSHTNI-: ROOMS 
153,500 

. . . IDEAL STARTER OR 
RETIREMENT 
A 1943 two4odrgom, 
comfortable one level no Ms^ 
ment ho^ In Mt. Telmle 

S-fiSajS 

Updated kitchen. Aho^n 

Krr*?S'.2ffiMra"siS, 

Hnif.Srtoo tv in, Kl«w 
HM •tnia ^1 m or your 

_ 


tMF 


BOORMAN INVESTMENT 
CO. LTD. 

386-7521 or 566-1535 

OPEN HOirSE 
MXD. 24 P.M. 

3854 TUDOR RD 
lU-MILE POINT 
Sacii^ executive heme locatee 
on ^ef on fcrt eesv cere 
weeded areptf^.. You. m ^.. *a9 
the many outstanding 
thTi gracleue home which Includes 
e superb ensutte dreioing rgem off 
the master l ie drea m plus 3 more 

SIRS5L nL„,*'^.«i; 

Poor to ftlllnci brkk flroplaca Plus 
a aanalied ion. The r^n fleer 
u edrew end ensutte he* tts own 

srivefe entrence. _ 

privstf e^ance. MLS, 1199,900. 

Fcr prior viawlnf celt: 
MARILYN lECORD WOODWARD 
144-7931 477-3772 

OPEN HOL^E 
l;30-4:30 And 6:30-8 On 
EVERYDAY 
734 ULY 
339.900 

immaculate 3-bedroom split, levs' 
heme In a oood arts. Lara* lot. L 
' living dinjno room with 

"—-no. Coi ' • 


IMMACULATE 

Near perfect Inside and out. 
Asking ^400. (Make off^l. 
Large kttchen with aunny din- 
nook. 3-Br. IVY bath, drive- 
In forage. Large yard with 
small groenhous*. Near Jubt- 

'** ^‘VoY ANDERSON__ 

9S5-9435 477-1057 

ExaTLNor.y different 


shaped i 
modern 


me end vl^ 
Mklsn DEAN ELLIOTT »a-T31t 

T-'XTRAORDINARY 
IINW.WALLY UNIQUE 
MANSKW-UKE 
T'REKS k FRESH AIR 

4- or dbedroom heme. About 3400 
* 0 . ft. on main floor. Extra iaroe 
living end dining rooms, and 
I mesttr bedroom Idsal family home 
and for entertelnino. Neeriv one 
acre of land. Or could be pur 
cnesed In two parts. E nd of cul-de- 
sec. $130d00. MLS 25Mi7. 

I cal): JOHN HOLMS at 3*4-7931 

I ROYAL OAK 

t Charminely peaceful. Modern 
J-tedroom softt-level home on 
nearly >4 of an acre. Lots ol park 
log. Et^ of cul-da-aec. $7|.SC0. 




house an enormous boat cr 
torhoma. Atony fruit traas In wpll 
' ■ ‘ ot Wer* on $79,900. 

iPifLL 993-0439. OAR 



home la eiforvfhing West Coast 
ilvint tmpIlN. ^ewB, easy car*.! , . 

open apae* living wtfo mo^rata 
icluded deck*.! 


uee of wood, end aecluded decks. 
If you are tired of looking at the 
same eld afendard con^ructlon 


Canada Iruat: 

474-12941 


714 (Sotdstream Ave. 

TV^VSCME TIMES WO 
What can I say? So many possibli 
.— PI* - 


FAMILY HOME 
CLOSE IN 

This IMraam, s-bethreom Minga- 
low hai a 1-bedroom, se(f<on- 

tained/ Ih-law aulfo fUM fo Meelly 
wited for specious J^liy living. 
Them Is Approx. Tfti sq. ft., e 
lerge sundeck and double car- 
p^. Leceted on easy-eare one- 
half acre of trees and graas ar^ 
reck outcropplnas. Close to park, 
tws and shopping. Vendor anx- , 
ious opan to offers. Asking I 
*94.900 


"cy, : JOHN HOLMIS at 3I4-7S21 

GORDON HT'a.\D X 2 

vaar eld. ■arelv lived 
mny home. 3 bedroomi 
own in fu" 


^enT*rioht,”^lghrVnt*rlor.' Herd- 
wood ftW*. *73^00. MLS 34973, , 
3—North Shelbourne. Very livable. 
Fainllv home. Large living room, 
dmino room. 9 bedrooms up and 1 

- baetment with family 

- --etc. 


anSr* rec. roomTbgffofoom,' ii 




AND VISIT US. WE ARE 
EN 3-9 p.m. WEEKDAYS 
AND 1-9 P.m. WEEKENDS. 
ASK US ABOUT 

E.H.O.P. 

Engineered Hemes' Ownership 
Plan Deeigned To Atslaf You in 
~ ejifyint For Your AtorttM*. 

Ta View At Your Coavenleace 
- Cell 


her tide to help 
! — An eftorde- 
ly with e IHrie 


_ass g 

Try your downpeyment. 

01 JUNE CORBY 4>a.a7ao 


TwoForFaN! 


wtth the mertfege 
ble for the sMeriy 
garden besida* — 
revanut. Liicaied 1.. .. . 

Brentwood marinas and 

TlUSISNOBnX 

But Saaaiah H lil Prom the arches 
and bamlaa to the imerlor de<^, 
thi* It Ito partocf pl*« for the 
Matedw and all his little mata¬ 
dors. Large 4 bdrm, master en- 
sulte. Living room, dining, enter- 
falnment area, rumpus r<^^ arto 
even e bull pen In the back «f this 

It Ckdillic VIEWS. \aEWS 

Viaws from tha llvineroom, vlaws 
from the kitchen, views from the 
diningreom and views from 
rumpus room. 4 bdrms. 3*'^ baths, i 
Beautiful home for the discrimi- 


sEiJ^cn 

CENTRAL SAANiai 
iuet Plain I This l4-ve*rteld well cared for 
• ■""* A^edroem heme Is locatad in one 
of the nictot aulet arete of Cen¬ 
tral iagnich. lo minute* from 


HOW NICE 


ieanich. 

_ vrith a commuter bus ser¬ 
vice If desired. Tht home has a 
iKse living room with corner 
fireplace and beamed calling, 
the dining room Is 10x14 with s 
well laid out kitchen wNh custom 
cabinets. 9 badroomi (master 
ansulte) an the main and a 
fourth badroom and . le^ 
14x5x27 rKraatlon room In the 
full basamant. Tha yard I* folly 
landacapad wtth tl fruit trees 
(bearing) many ehrubs, kitchen. 
Garden and groan house. There 
•s a Sundeck for those sunny 
days and a secluded 14x17 patio 
for outdoor living In a perkttke 
seHing. This family property 
comes wrspped In ranch styi* 


IT YOU HAVE BOAT 
OR OTHER TRADES 
OR LOVV CASH DCWN 
HERE ARK TWO HOUSES 
SIDNEnr 

I—Brand new. $57,900. Sea 
Qtlmpsei. Larot picture window 
end firiplace In living room. 3 
btxlreoms on main ond 1 finished 
de^. Lot 43x130. 

3>-thre* bedrooms. Good Intanor 
$43,900. Cl^ to shoppino. MLS 

^^(?afl JOHN HOLAAES at 944>75?1 

I ANT,FORD 155.50(1 
IMMACULATE 

An Immaculate 3-vear-old home 
main floor 1,110 so. ft., separate 
dlnln* room, 30-N. living room 
with flreplaca, three bedroom* 
(master enauite). almost complete- 
tv developed basement with play 
area, utility room, third Nthreom 
end recreation room wtth fire- 

S ect. In addition thera is a nicelv 
ndacac^ fotk**! i'VLS) 


D. P. HANLEY 

B ASSOCIATES LTD._ 

1557 AAcKsnzIe 477-72*4, 

/»T» Pot Informttion piaese call Mrs. 

RBTIREOT WHY PAY A LOT? ■ p seolnler, Kasapl Const. Co. 
WfiM you art l»^«lu,^iLid., S3< OuoWIn ltd. ot 3I««1 
sownere, 2 ^edroom home with den. h*. » 

In Naoeimo, ocean view, aulet | L . -- 

area, whhln walking distance of 2 - 
maier ahopplng centre# end 3 [ 
churches, fenced yard, with beck 
tone, end peved perking, rock tlre- 
elace covers 1 well, carpet In 

every room, petto, and barbecue - -- 

in beck verd. Vendor has bought, ^ euslh 

larger aocommodMlon for groy^ i Mortgage on this 3-i 
fimlly. must aell, only *40400., home. Has foil high 


ARBUTUS 

Owners want a much targar char- 
ectar hem* m thay are offering 
their modern >btdroem heuae at e 
smell loss. The basement Is pro- 
fesslonallv finished and contains a 
very fin# rec. room end a fourth 
bedroom. The oardan Is tn. the 
heuee Is Immeculata. Your ctonce 
for a good buy in e most attrec- 
ttve eraa. 

COLWOOD 

A BEST BUY AT *99,500 
Almost new — 9 bedrooms, one 
end e half bath*., superb tu^ 
tlnlsl^ rec. room. Large Isvef lot, 
50x300. The gerdin Ti In. This It e 
top buy. 

SituM.^oiookt 

BftntuAtrL 


^ new listing In 
rural pet^ of Cordovg Bay. timeto, 
no-stap home wtth uniqu* leyout 
and averythlng the country lovar 
could wish tori 3 bedrooms (or 3 
plus den), V/t bath, good sited Hv- 
in* room with firapiece. modern 
kitchen wtth speclou* dinifto o<t 
iPcent. Well-aquipped utility, at- 
.’ached graanhouse and tots of 
access to the .99 acre property — 
some garden, some wild. Sturdy 
separate cottbM electrically 
tquieped tor workahoo ratraat. 
guests or cniidrsn's playhouse. 

”'**%lVaNOR SANDERSON 
9*4 9410 479-1447 

j. H, WWtfome A Co. Ltd. 

Royet Oak Branch 


LANGFORD 
3 BEDROOMS 
$3,200 DOWN 


mMi,. 


FANTASTIC 
! GOI'ERNMENT- 
SUBSn»ZEX> HOME 

‘ I spacieu* badrooms. LMng room, 
complete with fireplace. Large 
kitchen, edlelnlne dining room and 


ting ro 

sundeck b«. Big utlitty room. 
Lovely treed area. All under the 
government home ownership Plan, 
■v builder. 477-a433 tor details. 
444AM. 


lualifylhg for first 
3-bedroem stucco 
' bssement with 
' om. Clooo 
A torrlflc 


heme. Has full h^ 

rec room and 4tn I_ 

to Kheoi end shopping 
buy tor only S93Xw0. 

Mb JACKIE WALDRON 

-*.^^'**** 
Royal Trust Corporatlori_ 


Great Starter 
Opportunity 
$ 6,000 

: TH,HA«OU.TOWS,S RcdUCtiOn 

3*4-1 ^4 

595-5444 l**-*3S5 ’ Ownar lust roefived short not lea ' 

I 1(10 days) transfer to Ont. and' 

I-mult sell this 943 so. ft., older, buti 

VAA^A/f renoveted l-b«droom home, which | 

] WL/Vv ! can be expended to 3 bedroom. All 

-- ' large rooms, good siied lot. Local- | 

ed 4M Reymor St. In Vic Wert,re-, 
develeprnent eree near Bantleld ; 
Perk. Urgent sale cell anyfl"?,-^ 
Offer* on $34,9001 


-OAK BAY-SEAVIEWS- 

Privato eele. 19 King (toorge Ter¬ 
race. Gracious old hon>* set In 
heP-acre secluded grounds, 4M0 
sg. ft. Magnificent view* of Olym¬ 
pics and Strait*. Largo panelled 

dlnln# room with beamed calling. ... .. .. . 

-3l'xt4’ lounge with fireolece. well fgmity kitchen, utility room, f bed- 

■Y OW94ER, $45,900, JUBILEE!eguipoeo. modernHed kitchen wlthl^m on main and 2 attic bed- 
arao, facing park, bunaalow nawly adioining family room. 4 large, | room* up (concealed stolrway). 
renovated, ctoee to everything. I bright bedrooms, each with wrtk-| Newer rw. double windows, oil 
cozy 3 bedrooms, ffreptace. elec- in closet, Uy bathrooms, folllhot water heat, ehd L-shapad rac 
trie heat, 200 emo.. stove, fridge, |ground level basenwnt. .fortyfal rgom doumi. 


WOW! 

ONLY $49,900 
JUST REDUCED 
OAKLANOS 


Harb Smith 


Comfortable easy to maintain end 
heet older home now on the mer- i*,., 

krt rt this terrific price. Not a I Pacific Inv 
large or fancy home — but on# 
with e charming exterior (new 
aiuminum siding), separate 
gerege. new greenhouse, barbeoue 
end In e levelv. htoh, well tend- 
sceped tot. A change of decor In¬ 
side could work miraclas. Cosy IN- 
room with be*med_ cellinq. 


3aBd97S 



FINANCING 


y payment* near .room around It. 


It It to own a home ctoao to four, _ _ 
schools, UViC, shopping and many 474-1294. 
other caiwenlence*. ! TAKE TIMl' OUT 

From driving by homes end tu***- 
Ing whet lie* beyond the green 

iLtJ2 E2S!lki* home!*^th''e* tm!e 

^eMth monthly payments near room around It. He* 3' t 
to uMet you would be RfVinfIn petals and could be 4 bdrm*. Bai 
rent. Try your reasonable down'*^- 
payment. The ACR purchasgr can 
be Rnenced. Cell u* and ask about 
our many different financing plana 
and our buildar-purchaaar dlract 
plan. 

TRADES WEUOOME' 

Trad# your preaent horn* for nawi 
piv* money back to you. 

CUSTOM BLDG. 

Have your dragm horn# built by a 
profatatonal buildar who has 341 
years Mdg, experience Mhind i 
them. HUDAC member and war-| 
ranty. W* will build you a horn*' 
on your tot or on* of our tots. 

' Orep in to our office ehd discuss 
with US the home you require. 

LOCATIONS 

GORDON HEAD AREA we hsvg 4 
different loeattons to choose from. 

All our homes or* on quirt cul- 
de-sacs cr mordary roods. 

ESQUIMALT -> 1161 Lecktoy It. 

GLANFORO Oitnford and 

Melba 

MILL BAY — 3431 Braamar Dr. 

For Information or appointmenf to 
view any of our homes please call 
Mrs. Pat Saulnler, Kasapl Const. 

Co. Ltd., 534 Dupplln Rd. rt 
944-4191 (24 hrs.) 



riMsesped^^Mtoj^MLJ) 
9I4-7$31 ‘ 5W3335 

N'O G\SH 
NEVER MIND 
3 HOrSES YOU CAN OWN* 

1— 495,300 — Small but 9 bedroomi 
Victoria (MLS) 30450. 

2- -g43,NO — Country-Ilk* seftine. ? 
bedrooms but could have 3. Nice 

- - - . - sued lot. MLS 20051. 

fencing. This Is e new listing | s—*43,eoo — Completely redori^ 
priced to sell. Act now by celling New piurnbing, wlrlno Interior 
.. - 3 or 3 bedroom*. Near Jubi¬ 

lee. MLS 34014. 

' Cell JOHN HOLMES at 344-7531 

SIDNEY AREA 
Onttof-a-klnd. You'll eniqy seeing 
trie on*. Loved home. 3 bedrooms 

f n main, Cheerful living room end 
[replace. Cosy kitchen. Doors oft 
dlnlno room to larae. sundeck 
Very private at beck. 451,900. ML$ 

^?ali JOHN HOLMES at 344-7521 

1111 GOVERNMENT STREET 
2045 CADBORO BAY RD. 


345-34 


ORE 


Victoria 

R^il^ 

ITD • 

^ 386-3585 v 



N-EEDS T.'L.C. 

Yh, it dooo need tome TLC, but 
that'* all. A dandy thrae-bedroom 
noma In an excellent area of good 
TTVF/^mvF erctoerfli*. (Jood aiie living room 

JSJU!A.UUV^U^L».^ wrlth fireplec*. dining room, large 

OPEN TUES. kitchen. Full beeement with large 

12 to 2:30. 3345 KaliteSlev PK:-i:S"ilX* 

Truly a horn# to see with 3 BRs.,l|fo'TOi Ii 

large open LR. OR. flrnpiace, ,^^ 2^3^-4437, eak tor Rome 
large bright kit. with 0-A. This 3 J®'''' AAolyard. 

level sRllt Includes finished bache¬ 
lor autto 


*^Bayshoi6* 

^ reBlhrUd. 


reskyUd. 
1881 fort ft 


cul-^s 

344-Sll 


plus on a large 1 
ITMM) 


m-wi 


■ Central Saanich 
8021 Galbraith Cl. 

Better then new. this 3-yeer-old 
Hucker-bulit hem* Is situated on e 
guirt cul-de-tec. LivIng-dIning end 
kitchen eerps* the fremt, 3 ^ 

Siaters'ofr C^ Sf. Look'rio more^lp?Mi) ^ 
you won't find e better home for end 


SPECTACtXAR BLT 
OPEN TITES. 

Evening 4:30 to 4:00 p.m. 1370 ;ri 


your dbller with 9 BRs, LR, DR 
sundeck, fireplece. finished rec rm 
plus F.P.. built in wet bsr, 4>bce. 
bath, W-W carpet and dene* floor. 
PLUS built-in vacuum system, un¬ 
derground sprinkler system end 
two car saparat* aarege — $4SJ)CCi. 
344-r91 BOB HAHN 5fS-1442 
595-4340 


Ing 



ftuk f^cific 1 Kl 


draBei.' wall-to-we'ii carpets, ww'and interesting osrdens. Reduced jack AND JACKIE WALDRON 
roofTstucco, fruit treee. tonced to $99,500. Otter* invited 598-1434. 
yora. vacant starter or retirement,. 

BRENTWOOD BAY 100 YARDS 
rjegotlawe, If^ is c i»^^n. Phone from_ Merin# in lovely, ^f^^orro 


$1,250 
8% MTGE. 


Peter, tfier 5 p.m. 595.44 


BY OWNER 

Older 3-b*dreom, no-rtep home 
and garage. Large flat lot. Ap- 
proximrta 12M0 square feet. Poe- 
elbie commercial at later date, i 
Coidetroem Avenue, ecrees from *1; 
nrw achaol. ctoee to lak*, transpor¬ 
tation, and theppina centra. 
t43jOM. 47*q575^_ 


1/2 ACRE $71,900 

Have brgqkfest with the deer 
North SeaiKlh, Cep* Cod, . 
montn* old. 3 bedrooms, seoerrt* 
family room, many extras. 
444-54k3. 


kitchen, panelled Mvina room, . . 
bedrooms, carpets and naw draoet, 
throughout, 3 appliances, well kept! 
gardens and lawn. Lew taxes and < 
heating. Asking 453,500. Drive bv ' 
«I3 Merchant Read or phen*' 
452-1244. No agents please. 


[PPr 

; Features 


2316 CrAL£NA 


cent view, fully landKaped. only 
ia.IOO. Offers considered. Inqui-, 
rtes. 479-3577. Open Set. end Sun. 
from 1:X p.m. _ 


BY OWNER 
PRICE — MID 40’g 

3 bedrooms, living room with tire- 
pisce, large kitchen wtth sepsrrt* 
eeting eree, 4-pce. bethreom. 

Lake eree. Call evening* 454-Sagf 
^dev* 3*3^,_#M_f^_WHiv._ 

3121 WA9CANA 

3 bedroom, flnished rumpus room, 
nice are*. Ctos* to shopping and 
trsnsportstlen. AAany axtras with 
this well-kept home end grounds. 
$42.90 0. 344-13** tor eoPOlmmen t. 

QUICK SALE BY OWNER. 

Ceder HIM ■* - 


freed corn#r__tot. 3_^ro^$_ ily- , , isa.too. Vlpw envtlme, 


I room 'Mith 


[”if'T 53 ;Ai_j'inr fireplace piu* m-iew wne, 
oe kitchen, oil fur- : phon e firs t 479-I744._ 


nacs, carpettd. close to stores and t PRIVATE SALE 

ghsthcbi. $4T5CC. Bv owner, ohone 2.bedroom houae, ctoee to Woolco, 
592-1993.^ $1500 down, M you quality for B.C. 

LANUrORU BY OM-NER ' *isSu’7t *" 

1 er 7 bedrooms, llvina room with -- 

nertliator fTreeisce. dininf room, 35 AAOSS SJREET 

Mwkthop: on guirt, laroe. welt- C^frming, oloer 5-bedroom Frtr- 
treed lot 47*4643 Offers on Hiid home. i’» beths. $69,900. 
S4/.000. 343-3553. 


^RO^L TRUST CORPORATI^!^ To r|uu]ilie<l purchasers and 
- - })$ iq^v as $2:-',1.57 

DKvilh. taxes included.' 
included are: L- 
fharied living and dinitve 
room uith sliding patio 
Joors. galley kitchen and 
laundo’ room, all on main 
floor. Sec ond floor oontaim 
5 bedrooms • and bathroom 
with walk-in < loset off 
ma.«ter bedroom. Idebl loca¬ 
tion In Saanlrhton. For 
more details, call Ken Mil¬ 
lar 

386-0130 
382-6048 RES.. 
Unicon Homes Ltd. 


OPEN HOUSE 
1-4 DAILY 
JULY 24-30 

3761 Craigmillar 

4 bedroome. lerge dining room, 
and two bedroom In-law suit* on 
back of house, drive-ln garage and 
doubl* driveway, close to all 
echools end shopping ^ throe mile 
circle of city centre. $73M0._ 


OAK BAY^-^ANSDOWNE 

Owner. HI bright 1950 sq. ft. 3 bed¬ 
room bungalpw, top condition. 
View L.R. with F.P., full suite 
D.R.. family kitchen with dining 
eree. S^. laundry room. Hi devei. 
base, hat 4th bedroom. R.-Room, 
W.W., Iflte of etorage, plus work¬ 
shop. Excellent privet* lot, has 
)<er gersge. vee. garden, eme- 
mental traes. axgutsit* oetle. 
2945 Oakdeema Rd. 993.9079. 


Out out. out tti«T n on 
cool dors in cozy jaclifts! 

Four-color wrtp jKlwt for 
iriv 2-color cardi|w for boyi 
oth styles ore ffuick croctiet 
in eisiest stftchts ot Gormen 
town type von. PittBrn 8S4; 
sizes 4. 8. 8. 10 included. 

S 1 .25 for iictf penem — cash, 
cheque or money order. Add250 
for sech pettem to ftfct-dees mail 
and handling. Send to: Deity 
Colonist Psttern Dept.. 60 
Progress Ave . Scarborough. On 
lano, M1P 4P7. Print pisinly 
^pattern number, your name 
addreis 

NEW 1977 NEtOLECWFT CAT 
ALOG liM 225 disigni 3 fret 
patterns inside. Knit crochet 
crafts! Send 75< 

StMcfcy Patch QuMi. 
Ciichalwith Sqaarea.. 
CreciiolaVNNroht.... 

NrtfofNhQBiiti. 

Ittp^ ue^. 

Saw & Knit Inh. 


9447 SHELBOURNE—177-0141 

OPEN HOUSE 

4711 WELCH RD. 

(OFF AAARTINDALE) 
TU€S.. 4:30-l:» P.M 


NORTHRIDGE i 
4-5 BEDROOMS 1 
ONLY $69,900 

Located at and rt no-threugh 
street. Clesalc large family home 
fMfor** 4 b*droems and bath on 
upper level, plus 1 In full high 
basement. Mein level has living 
room, dining room In-line, 3nd 
bethreom, large bright temilv 
kitchen with family room off. Too 
much house fw present owners. 
t-..ox. .whose fimlly #r* now grown up.! 
1100 so. ft.’rgnch-styl* ^bedroom lOont ^ until y«J hey# seen this 
; hem# on beautiful wttorview prop- *"* 'rtth u,ai nB/Mu 

lertv. Separate LR. DR. Ptoof-fo- 

celtino fireplece. Enclosed pstlo 477-«191 _ _ . 477-963* 

with brick barbecue. Asking I 
' ' Piees* call i 


2mjVIcLAREN STREET 
SOUTH OAK BAY 
NOW’ $37,900 

Don't misa this lovely little tudor 
bungalow sltuatsd In a oultt ori- 
vrtt srttlng closa to Beach Dr<va. 
Farturlng living room with fira- 
plece, saperata dining room, mo- 
dsrmted Kitchen, 2 bedrooms, full 
besemsnt and larcM traed back 
oardan this is tha buv rt the 
weeki MLS 35353 

W. Hohn West 
38S-6424 

Un'SOFKIDS- 
NEED 6 BEDROOMS? 
4548 SEAWOOD TERRACE 

.... .w ___ 1 HAVE THE HOUSE FOR YOU' 

go** with thI# lovely 2 -b#droom ,2 flrapleces, family room plus rei. 
home. Lerge living room with fire- room, over 3,100 SQ.^H. rt lpiclou^ 
piece, goM tlx# dining room. Full surrountHnos. This home also has 
high basament. You should **# a sMview area and a workshop a 
mi* dandy. Priced to sell at fantastic family hom« i*r«a 
$69,900. To view call 3*4-3$as 
ras. 344-4127. Ask — 

John. 


an the back with thru hell; 
. fIreplaceSf triple plumbing 
- . wall-to-wall carpet thruouf , 
$43,500, Colin Munro, 386-3545. 


ESQUIMALT RD. 


j,n,.j„T „ [treed lot with leaviews and oodle*. 
Rom* orirt space snd all In a pnme Gor- 
Kome or j ^ location. Priced to sell 

I al $19,900. You won't find anvthlne 


WESTMONT 

Realty (1977) Ltd. 
920 HILLSIDE 
388-4434 


$109,000. MLS. 


Royal Trust Corporation 


LeiVuc. >iIiA*r.w isLMw «r PP'VACY, WOODED SECLUSION . .v*:.. v.*. 

®^Custom ffo*!?:**** 1 Her* • r*** opportunity for iha’*^8JW424 


FAMD.Y HOME 
PLUS REVENUE 


14774)141 pager 7071 


CANADA PERMANENT 
TRUST COMPANY 


acre, rtsps from lake. , larger famltv accommodation plus 


to compare! 

W. John We*t 
388-6424 

OAK BAY WATERPTIONT 
DUPLEX 
$159,000 

Character, converted home witr* 
magnificent seavlew from both 
spacious floors ot over 1,100 sq. M. 
•ach, 3 fireplaces in on* suit* and 
7 firepiactt in other suit*. Approx- 
mafely 100’ of waterfront. For fur 
ther information and appointment 
to view this exclusive listing call. 

Muiray Blannln 

598-2200 Re« 


IfolKfoBliBt Ktlk' 

SiitrwDdwl l«k.. 


BY OWNER. SPACIOUS 4-BED- 
room and den. wall-to-wall carpet 
throughout. Built-in distiwaaher, 
friege and stov* Included. Cloae to 
Khoolt, hoarttal, coii^. Vender 
will consider good car or truck 
deal. This oldar home priced to 
•ell at sat,000. J9S-3043, 905 Rich¬ 
mond Av*. 


InfoiM CiidMl Ml. 
In 
IM 


SMALL 3-BFDROOM M005R- 
nUed house tor sale with basA- 
ment. V»3,9O0. 479-1470 


NORTH OAK BAY 
Spacious ftxacutlva home. Large 
lot. with 31 foot covered swimming 
port. Owner. S92-ai93. 


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COMMISSION 
BY OWNEHl — S49.800 

Immaculatt 1.300 40. ft, e, ctiorm. 
ctaricHr ond quolttv vort 
fnaniMp. Ilvlno room wttti old 
bricit llripl«c* ond qmlltv woI|.|p- 
wall CMVfdIno, dlnlno wtth 

uniQu* ttitur# wall, kitetwn hM 
booutitully tInlihM cnamti. brick 
won *nd now tloor. Attroctlvo 
bothraom witn nnw vonitv dnd 
tloc.'inu. 3 Bood.slitd bndroomi, 
bM^lfullv dreorotwj with qualltv 
wolhto-will. •kptntiv, wollMpor . 
■ ■■■ 


, floor fe«turts; 'l•rge living and 
' dining room with massive tnrough 
fireplace, balcony. 3-oiec* 
washroorr, and gourmet kitchen, 
with built-in dishweaher. Jenn-AIr* 
range and oven. Upstairs: 2 bed¬ 
rooms plus master suite on third 
level en suite 4-plece washroom, 
unfinished sauna and balcony. 
There Is alw • ground floor f^ 
turing large himiiy room with 
walkout to patio, and full base¬ 
ment with laundry and workroom. 
This home has many expensive 
Stores includf^ tMlit-ln vacuum 

g stem, plus PM-Intei 
5.909. (fell “ •" 


end penelling. 
r^^^achw 


..rtercom. Asking 

I 471-4094 for tour. 


revenue possibilities. Imagln* 
bedrooms livtnq room, kitchen, 
bath all on one floor plus a self 
contained 3 bedroom suite down. 
Each portion has its wlrii 
nace, not ■ 


OAK BAY 

MODERN 3 HI-:DR00M 
... .... Jnq, tur-. $72,500 

.—ww, il^er tank aito eiactrlc! Looxing tor that hard to Imd mod- 
meters. Entire property In oood'em home in Oak Bay? Coma and 


$^900. 

3*4-4434 


m.9 CBMJ. .w—^itovel home situated on city and 

JOHITBUNYAN 343-7777 oak Bay border. Homey livmg 
DAVE TAYLOR 343-37141 room and dining rooth. Jennair 
I range In kitchen. Rec room down 
“ j Private treed lot. Now $72,500 wiin 


NEW $57,900 

Direct from bujider, i454 so. ft., 
-• bedreemi, living 

... jce, ctos* to dty 

centra, Gorg* are*. Easy mainte¬ 
nance yoro with fruit trees. Amel* 


I ^nced*’ yard”' Clear tHIe, 

I W ashing ton 453-3*73. *79-9^. _ 

I $47,900 — Rockheighu 
I Small goxy 2 BR. houM en lerga 




4105 

TORQUAY 

IIM squara feet home on tot 
70 x 300 tort. 3 large bedrooms, 
t»^ bathroom*. 19 ft. bv 20 ft. Ihr- 
room, dining room, family 
room, larga kitchen, part base¬ 
ment. douWe garaa*. No r**^ 
ebte offer refused. Fer information 
call Mrs. M Sauknier. Kasapl 
Const. Co. Ltd.. 531 Dupplln Rd. rt 
314-4191 (24 hrs.) 


PRIVATE SALE 

1 of Bfoadme a d's most dlrtinctiv* 
hemes, 4 bteroems, 3 bathrooms, 
lerge living room, 

.. .. .dining room, larg* - 

wlth" vtows. include* 'ridge tomilyrwn ai^ lovelvgr^^ 
e wMhrt. drver dishwasher. $II9,^ *** 

HI* l^os 343-4541 'occupency. »orc#d saf* 45a-5479 


$42,000. 

SACRIFIOE SALE 

IMMEDIATE POSSESSION 

Yau would nermetly pav this 
amount for a en* or two bedroom 
condominlurri-townhou**. 

BUT LOOK 


g^ existing finencing. MLS 
25054. 

Alurray Blannin 
38S.S424 598-2200 Re». 



TOWN 

AND 

COUNTRY 

REALTY 


„• tHAEE'ANO FOUE btd- 
room*. Your choke rt either on*. 

Extras, which ethsrs don't have 
fiaar to crtllng FP. marble 

—— Urgj 2Q, 

.ully carpeted. 

Ouklltv, NMA^UIII, ._3-b«aroom 


ere. Tieor m cmiino rt- 

irVCssKSioi*™ 

sundecks. Beautiful trees 


3579 DOUGLAS STREET 
312-7374 

S300 DOWN 

2661 RAYMOND SOUTH 


Ltfb" II<. .rw». H^.».m 4 [™n,,JJc 5 ^ 0 wbKswjllMr^^^ 

rates. Option to purchase also 
available. Drive-bv and phone 
Allan Kienman. !92-97Tt 


are* formal RIGHT IN. Phone H. Blttarman, 
kllchM M ilTiis!, CMftkl CHv IkMHy I'' 












































































































































































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bill; folenlft Victoria. B.C., TucxU}', July 36, 19T7 


IM (tlR HALR 



I 


$43,900 


Lot* Of McommodAtton oH»r»d 
wlH) this 3 bsdroow tult bMsmsnt 
hOfTM silustsd Oh • q(ri«t slot 
In Victerts. modtrn 

kitcNtn, all utliltits uMatad and 
prkad tor a qokk salt. Can 
CHKIS GHeiG 3IM164 or 47»-9tS3. 

FAIRFIELD CHARM 


oasamtnt. Alt utlllt 

uodaiad m this I.jol . _ 

Asking, prica Mt.aoo. dail CHRIS 
OREIC 3M4}a4 or 471 S9S3. 


Kavo baan 

I sg. ft. honta 

. Call - 

Tiwsr 

OWNER 
DESPERATE TO 
SELL 

1441 WBNDE 
BRAEFOOT PARK 

Ovar tMO to. ft. of living on ont 
itvair iiKiwdas dalightful living 
room with flraotaca, sap antartain' 
fnant-siia dining room, dan, i king* 
sito badrooms, 2 full battirooms. 
uarga khchtn plus utllitv room. 
Carport and gardan shad, room 
ntra for your boat, campar or 
what hava you. Prooarty liitad at 
satJOO. Call ma, CONNIE 
WEYLER. to vtaw. Bring 
<hagua book and maka an otfar. 
Call 3M^)64 anyllma. 

GORDON HEAD 
$ 68,000 
STOP, LOOK, 
LISTEN 

STOP at 1637 sarlta Placa off Long- 
acre. Prica has bean dropped 
$1900 for quick sale. LOOK at this 
beautiful home, ^iightful living 
room wHh raised stone fir^lKa 
and large dining area. 3 bedrooms 
and a-pcc. bath. Down to bv and 
rec room with floor-to-calllng. 
White brick fireplace with space 
for television in same, wired 
stereo, plus playroom and 2 pee. 
bsih. LISTEN to your go^ [udg- 
ment and maka us an offer we 

FAIRFIELD 


$58,900 


1300 SO- ft. on the main floor, with 
3 bdrms.. L.R.. D.R. ft kitchen. 
Small suite in full basement, ft 
oood lilt suite upstairs. New 
M L.S. IRENE DALZIEL 316-6164 
or 477-6310. 

FORECLOSURE 
GLEN LAKE 
$48,900 

Needs lender loving care. Pour 
bedrooms, larga L.R. with rock 
fireoisce. AAake an offer. Ben 
Greig S9a-3ie5 or 3B6-6164 or 
3M4275, Pager 564. 

$49,900 
4 BEDROOMS 
LARGE YARD 

Centrally located In Johnson-Fern- 
wuod area. Lots of space for a 
large family. Some stained glass. 
Zoned apartment and a good 
investment at the lot value. Fruit 
trees and room for garden, imme- 
ofatc occupancy. Call now to set it 
with RICHARD WAGNER 3SS-S365. 
Castle Properties 3S6-6I64. 

ABSOLUTELY 

DELIGHTFUL 

For retirement or vrorklng couole 
An IMMACULATE 2 (twin-«ize> 
nedroom home at CONVENIENT 
location near all amenities Includ- 
■na hospital. Special features are 
seoarate DINING, kitchen with 
CORNER SINK under corner win¬ 
dows, full high basement, SUN- 
DECK, neat landscaoad lot. What 
a find and now your opportunity to 
cnioy this COMFORT. NEW EX¬ 
CLUSIVE listing at $53,900. A 
MUST $-E INSIDE SO phone me 
now RUBY REID 306-6164. 

LOW DOWN 
PAYMENT 

Cozy 3-bdrm. bungalow on no- 
tnroMh street, dose in, low taxes, 
appliances included, electric heat. 
Call LYLE /WARRINGTON 309-6375 
eager 3SS3 or DANNY GREIG 
303-0030, Castle Properties Ltd. 
306-6164. 

OAK BAY $54,900 

Oelightlut two-bedroom home with 
full bsmt. Located on nice 65x100 
lot with fruit trees. Go^ size liv¬ 
ing room with F.P and w-w and 
nice dining room.. Call OLE 
KNUDSKOV 306-6164 or 380-6375 
Pager 3342. 

OLD WORLD 
CHARM 
$69,500 

Delightful one owner home. Interi¬ 
or finished mainly in mMie wood 
panelling. Large bay window in 
gorgeous living room with built in 
cabinets, etc. Stone fireplace. 
Dutch type kitchen with eating 
area. Master bedroom a dream, 
plus two up. Large full length 
walk about attic would make great 
family room, Garage, extra large 
lot. Too much Is good about this 
listing to name. Call me now for 
more details, come and see tor 
yourself. Call CONNIE WEYLER 
at 386-6164. 

LUXURY 
BACHELOR PAD 
COUNTRY 
PROPERTY 
$79,900 

Almost 2 acres, sunken living 
room, 27x14, with acorn fireplace, 
floor to ceiling windows, new fitted 
carpet. Galley type kitchen, 2 bed¬ 
rooms. iVa bathrooms. Price in¬ 
cludes 4 major ai»liances & living 
room drapes. Large carport and 2 
kennels. Call me now to see this 
beauty, CONNIE WEYLER, 
386-6)64. 

HOME & REVENUE 
$48,900 

Cozy 2-bdrm. bungalow on quiet 
^trect close to WooTco and schools. 
One-bdrm. suite in bsmt. updated 
wiring, copper plumbing^. . low 
taxes. Quickly call DANNY 
GREIG 302-3030 or LYLE MAR- 
RIGTON 380-6375. PGR—3553. 

FAIRFIELD $49,900 

Big four-bedroom home located in 
the Moss St. area. Lot 30x100. Full 
basamant. Big living and dining 
room. Big lamily kitchen. Buy 
with $3,500 down. Call FLO FELL¬ 
ING, 304-5034 or LOUISE WIL- 
TERMUTH. 477-6307 or 306-61K 

LANGFORD ^ 

Family horn* with 3 or 4 bedroVns 
on residential street. 12 years old. 
out-of-town vendor wants quick 
sale, vacant. Well-priced at 
$47,930, Try your down payment. 
Call BOB KOHLRUSS or FREDDY 
STARKE at 306-6164 or 479-3066. 

SIDNEYr~2~BEDROOMT~f-YEAR. 
old, basement, appliances, $53,000. 
656-5390. 

GORDON* HEAD 'three* BED^ 
room, large lot, 6 years old. offers 
on $65,900. j|^^667. 

3-BEDROOM, NO BASRMENT, 13 
years old, only $49,900. Phone 
owners at 304-9434. 



COlNTRV HOMES 
A.VD PROPERTIES 

malahat 

roalty ud. 
F.O. Box 40 
Mtll B«y, i.C. 
743-SUi 

YOUR OWN 
MINI-FARM 

13 secluded ocrot wtm ample 
water supply. Small cedar dwell- 
ino. Jnsulated with propane heat¬ 
ing. Nice area near Mill Bav~ 
$59 900. 

HANDYMAN'S 

SPECIAL 

REDUCED $8,000 

3 bedrooms on 1 acre, 2 small 
barns, good drilled wall. Cobble 
Hill area. Try your offer an 
$32,000. 

PERFECT STARTER 
HOME - $39,500 

2 Br. mobllt home on 3-3 acre 
treed property with creek and sea- 
view In Mill Bey. Dishwasher and 
drapes incl. Large sundeck. 

1 ACRE LOTS 

lovely trees, seclusion, on paved 
road close to ail amenities of Mill 
Bay area. $l6.2n. 

2 ACRE PARCELS 

Excellent soirsfahtly treed, close 


■4lahtly treed, cl 
iltlM of Co^ i 
Mill BaTExcal 


buy at asking price of $33,500. 

2 ACRES 
COMMANDING 
SEAVIEWS 

Beach access ot lust a few yards 
to axcellent Mill Bay private 
beach area. Accepting offers in the 
low $40,000s. 

COUNTRY 

POTENTIAL 

Just under 1 ecrc with a coxy 1- 
bdrm. home. Ideal or rttirad cou¬ 
ple or young marrleds. Nicely 
landscaped yard Is a garden para¬ 
dise. Including 3 heated green¬ 
houses. Seaview. Vendor will carry 
on an asking price of $39,500. 

NEW LOG HOME 
ON Vi ACRE 

Unique 3-bdrm home with base¬ 
ment, 3 f.p., ensulte plumbing, Ige. 
Iivino and rec. rooms, sun^k. 
near schools. Mill Bay araa. Offers 
on $59JK>0. 

EXECUTIVE HOME 
WITH ACREAGE 

1000 so. ft. home on 3.57 ac. Swim¬ 
ming Dool. greenhouse, barn, doo 
kennel, paved drive, garage. This 
home Is extremety well built with 
3 bdrms., 3 baths, larga l.r. and 
d.r. Owner moving for busineu 
purposes, therefore will look at a 
sound offer of $75,000 which Is well 
below the appraised value of the 
property. 

HOME WITH 
BASEMENT SUITE 

2-bdrm home, fully caroeted, (Ire- 
{.lace, aporox. 1100 so. ft. with 
tkily sait-coniainad basement suite. 

acre, drilled wall. Mill Bay 
area. Asking $62,500. 

UNIQUE DESIGN 
TASTEFULLY 
FINISHED 

Beautiful Shawnigan Lake home 
on nicety landscaped lot. 2IOO sg. 
ft. of finisned living area with 2 
t.p. sunken living room, sunken 
family room, eltcfric heat, w<all to 
wall carpet throuohovtt, double 
garaoe, community water, close to 
schools and shops and pub. beach. 
A pitasure to show—$72,m. 

Lots of Acraages of All siztt and 
Prices. 

For more Info on above please 
call: 

Lisa Madioan—746-6990 
Pat Dougan — 743-2557 
Tom Burdoe — 744-9398 


Nr 


EWSTEAD 
EALTY 
LTD. 


1637 Fort St. 


NOW 



IB the time to view your Island 
Retreat; 

I—Beautiful setting, 2 bedrooms, 
view year 'round home. $464100. 

3—2-badroom Lakatront Cottage. 
Asking $26,000. 

3— Mootrn modular acre saclu- 

Sion. Just $20,000. 

4— 9.46 acres — lust like a park. 
North End Road. Salt Soring Is¬ 
land. $40,000. 

5— Building lots from $5,500. 

acres C4 (motel) zoned water¬ 
front. Salt Spring. 

Call B. Hutchinson 
479-8429 or 
598^516(^ 

■rfKAUTIFLLLY' 

IMMACULATi:: 

'I W'O BKDROCMS AND 
DEX 

APPROX 143:) SQ. ITT. 

ON 2.02 ACRES 
OF LEVEL. TREED. 
LAWN 

ORASSED PROPERTY, 
METaiOSIN AREA 
For full Informallon on this exclu¬ 
sive listing call. (Courtesy to real 
tors). 

380-4371 JACK SWANSTON 592-6330 
J. h. WHITTOME CO., LTD. 


P. R. BROWN 

AND SONS LTO. 

'THE PEOPLE TO SEE' 

Two Side by side view lots at 
Anglemofit Estates — North 
Okanagan. Buy outright or 
trade tor your equity property. 
$27,000. 

DA VID SCOTT, 305-3435 

OPEN HOUSE 
WED.1:3(M 
2!i ACRES 

WATERVIEW 
NORTH SAANiai 
MODERN HOME 
2290 TRYON RD. 

$99,900 MLS 
C'APITAL REC.ION 
AC'.EXaES 
♦i56-3fl31 

ROCKLAND 

One of the last unsubdivided es¬ 
tates in this prestige area of Vic¬ 
toria. Larga McClure designed 
mansion situated in a secluded set¬ 
ting. House could be converted 
into apartments, school, rest 
home, etc. But would be Ideal as a 
home for a large family. Eight 
bedrooms, five fireplaces, lofs of 
room for Inlaw suite in a separate 
carriage house. This house could 
not be duplicated for twice the 
aeking price of $195,000. For more 
In1orn>ati0n, phone 383-2316 during 
office hours. 

THREE C'S 

Charm, character and Comfort 
abound In this attractive home 
near the sea in Sidney. Good ac- 
commodation with three bedrooms, 
1 '? baths, lots of storage and soma 
exciting extras. Enjoy glimpses of 
the sea from the bright sunroom 
or the orivate courtyard. This is 
one you must see for yourself. 
Priced et $52,500. MLS 26611. 
AArs. E. Farguharson 656-5800. 
GORDON HULME LTD. 

6^1154_ _ 

ALMOST WATERFRONT 

Shawnigan Lake. Two-bedroom 
cottage on 45x250 H. lot. Quiet in 
the extreme. Own well. Franklin 
fireplace. Start now to really anloy 
summer living. Asking $41,500 
only. BEN GREIG 598-3105 or 
306-6164. Castle Properties Ltd. 


258 COL.NTRY HOMES 
AND PROPERTIES 

METCHOSI'N 

1 — M e • n i f I c e R t ^acre WA- 
TERf^ONT ESTATE. 1«» gg. 
ft. home with aanoramic ymm. 
1000 eg. ft. oreanhousa. ISN eg. 
ft. Mg caltmi barn ar work¬ 
shop. Many extra ehads. En- 
c kMad heated swimming aedl. 
All tfia above nearly new, Wiitt 
by a maeltr crettsman; giving 
comalete seclusion and gnvacy 
on six acres of fenced and croaa 
fancad tressland with private 
flyaway. 

For the well to do person h>ek- 
ing to live econemicelly and 
looking toward the acenemlc fu¬ 
ture, this Is the aerfect pieca. 
15 mliat from city centra, vitw- 
in| by apMlntmant only plaate. 
4456 PARKY CROSS RD., 
$335400. Terms It nKessery. 
MLS. 

2-3500 sg. ft. heme. Mfh In the 
woods with oulstandlng views. 
Built Ig a U-shaee. the wings 
shiaidinf the vary private 
swlmmino aoel) tnia is a laf^ 
hem# nearing cemptetion. The 
high ctilfngad living room hat 
•ae-throueh firaplact to dinine 
room, the upper 3 badrooms 
only a few steps from the pool. 
Billiard room, library can be 
comMetad lo your taste. On r-s 
acres. This Is e tremendous buy 
at $130,0». 624 LIBRA RD. 
Compietalv secluded. 

2—A brand new cedar hnlehed 
home, with many, many extras. 
3 bedrooms, sxtra largs dinine 
and living rooms, rsc. room. In- 
tida earapas, beautiful guallty 
cirptfs, 2 4-piaca bathrooms. 
On 2 acres en quiet BROCK- 
VIEW, this is great value at 
$91,400. 

HIGHLANDS 

4—Great rancher, 2100 sg- ft. 
finished on one floor, PLUS In¬ 
door DouMa Garage, PLUS big 
sundeck. PLUS maenHicent 
water and mountain views. 
PLUS 4 box sWI staMa. PLUS 
lakafront. PLUS 12W acres. 
MLS- $121400 (New ^lc«). 

DESMOND HOLAAES 
3844124 or 478-1227 

PEMBERTON, HOLMES LTD. 

lOOO Govammant St. 


SOOKE REALTY 
■LTD. 

6653 SCX3KE RD. 
642-5426 

NEW LISTINGS 
WATERFRONT 


doorstep. All reasoniMt offers 
comld^ed on the asking price of 
$49400. 

1/2 ACRE $33,000 

2 bwoom home on a letwy lot In 
the Sasaenos araa. Soma views of 
the harbour. 

REDUCED TO 
$59,900 

3 bedrooms and dan loo style 
home. Large living room with 
(Mautiful Views of harbour and 
Olympic Mountains. The grounds 
art wail landscaped with plenty ot 
shrubs, fruit trees end rose gar¬ 
dens. Close to vliiege on quiet side 
road. 


$56,900 


On a quitt road, a well planned 
family home, one year eld, with 3 
to 4 bedrooms plus partly finished 
basement rec room. Large treed 
lot waiting to be (andscaoad by 
you. 

BOB GEORGE 
642-5670 



1037 Ciovardala Avt. 


304-3494 


MILL BAY 
TWO HOMES 
14.63 ACRES 

A taotastic hobby farm; high 
cleared rolling hay meadow, mod¬ 
ern 4-bedroom homv Mus a mod¬ 
ern Ibedroom cottage fully self- 
contained; large 8-st(.ll bam plus 
ricling ring. Asking $175,000. MLS 
24134. 

Jack Davis 
386-3494 (24 hrs.) 

COUNTRY 

CHARMER 

Within the 4-mlle circle. Nearly 
new, custom built home on Hol¬ 
land Ava. Soma of its many fea¬ 
tures arc; heated Indoor pool plus 
swirl pool, large open-span work¬ 
shop, 4-6 badrooms, pastoral 
views, 5 carports, paved earkino, 
built-in Intercom and sierto, built- 
in BBO, heatilator fireplace. The 
land Is all fenetd, good (or horses, 
large easy care garden. The owner 
will accept e smaller property In 
trade. Asking price is $195,000. 
Make your offer, ven^r anxious. 
New MLS. 

GERRY aM/RTIN RES; 477-7050 
TED PINFOLD RES. 3I8-7743 

BUS: 590-5144 

T. L. MANN ft ASSOCIATES LTD. 

DRIVE BY i 

10&55 KAUTAN RD. 
DEEP COVE 
THEN CALL 

... If you are intereeted in a very 
attractive home on ac. in a Syl¬ 
van setting In Deep Cove. It Is 
located on a quiet road only a 4- 
minuta walk from the Marina and 
enloys lovtiy views over the Cove. 
2 bedrms plus bathroom up end 
down, 2 cosy brick fireplaces and 
much, much more. Including e pic¬ 
ture bo^ garden. ML 25527. Ask¬ 
ing $75,000. 

K. DROST 

656-1000 656-2427 

SAANICH PENINSULA 
PROPERTIES LTD,, SIDNEY 

NORTH MILL BAY 
5 acres. A man's country. M min¬ 
utes from town. Like new end 
delightful to live in This spllt-tavil 
home has a large beamed ceiling 
with large expansive farm dining 
room. Ploor-to-ceiling firaplace. 
W-W, supar insulation and con¬ 
struction. There'S a large building 
(or workshop or barn with grten- 
housa. Established orchard, fully 
fenced peddockt. Beautiful lands¬ 
caping. Tall poplars lint tha long 
drivtway. Raal country hart. Great 
buy. Ciearad for horses or cows. 
477-1041 Pat For^ 477-0500 
BLOCK BROS. REALTY LTD. 

MILL BAY 

Drive by 3631 Braemar Or. and 
see this 3-BR ranch style home, 
double windows, extra Insulation, 
electric heat, family room with 
large brick fireplace, double car¬ 
port, many mora faatures. Situated 
on a ''^-acre lot. 

Try your down payment or terms, 
no reasonable offer refused. To 
view please call Mrs. Pat sauinier, 
Kasapi Const. Co., 530 Oupplin 
Rd., at 386-6191 (24 hrs.) 


ICACHIJS 

SHKRPINOHAM POINT 
Absolutaiy unique 1450 sg. ft. spilt 
level. Built to suit the oertectioniat 
owner. Open beam ceilinqs, sunken 
living room, floor to celling fire¬ 
place, shake root and many, many 
extras. Absolute seclusion and 
orobabiy sub-dividable later. A 
new MLS listing end an excellent 
buy at only $89,900. Quickly call 
BEN GREIG 306-6164 or 590-3105. 
Castl e Properties Ltd. _ 

NEW BY OWNER, 7136 WILLIS 
Point Road. Where can you find a 
commufttv like this? Between Tod 
Inlet and Saanich Inlet. Cedar sid¬ 
ing architect-designed home, 2000 
sq. ft. of living aree, $69,500. Rea¬ 
sonable offers accepted. 652-2190, 
652-5668-_ 

SIDNEY REALTY LTD. 

Reel Estate — Insurance 

Serving the Saanich Peninsula 
656-39 20 _ 

SAANl'CH PENINSULA 
PROPERTIES LTD. 

For Raal Estate Raouiraments 
2354 Beacon Ave., Sidney, 656-4000 

GORDON HULME LTD. 

SIDNEY SAANICH PENINSULA 
656 1154 244 Beacon Ave. 


WATEItntONT 

PBOPERTIEA 



3/a ACRE 
GENOA BAY 

Excclitnt views and BiBgh near 
tna Marina — $43,080-00. 

SHAWNIGAN 

LAKE 

Delightful yr.-raund hame aR taka 
wim nice beach and wttarf. Offers 
sactualon, reck ttrracas, eatioa, 
flowers aafablishad. hamav 2 bad¬ 
rooms. fireplace. Owfian are mov¬ 
ing and vary anxious tor a sale. 

FORCED SALE 
3.75 ACRES 
LOVELY 
HOME 
MILL BAY 

Out to medical attantlon, circum- 
stancas force my gracious vendors 
to laava their lovAy home in Mill 
Bay. Watartront — Commanding 
saa View. 3 bdrms. up. 3 yrs. old, 
full bamt., W-W throiwnout, alac. 
heat, 7 heatilator F.P.s, fruit 
trots, garden, cross foncad, paved 
drivt. Let us view it by appoint¬ 
ment and you art wolcomt to 
maka an offer on the oirag^ real¬ 
istic asking price of $130,»0QiO. 
Engulrlaa to: 

Lisa Madigan — 746^988 
Pat Dougan — 743-2557 
Tom Burdge 743-9398 

DEEP COVE 
OCEAN 
FRONT 

SECLUDED HOME AND AAATCH- 
IN6 GUEST COTTAGE ON 2.31 
ACRES 

Spacious living areas with cathe¬ 
dral ceilings parfact for profes¬ 
sional or axacutivt paopit. Boat 
driveway to protactad beech — 
southwaat expoaure. To appreciate 
this truly beautiful property It 
mutt be satn. Pleaaa call 
MILDRED STAPELU for further 
details at: 

OFFERED AT $2734100 
3t4-0075 Pager 506 

PEAABERTON HOLMES LTD. 

-ACTION REQUIRED 
VENDOR WISHES SALE 
OFFERS INVITED 
CENTRAL SAANICH 
APPROX. 120’ 
WATERFRONT 
TWO-BEDROOM HOME 
APPROX. % ACRE 
BO\T HOUSE ON WATER 
SECLUSION 
ASKlNt; S129,000 
For full information on this exclu¬ 
sive listing pleata call: (Courtesy 
to realtors). 

388-4271 JACK SWANSTON 392-6338 
J. H. WHITTOME CO., LTD. 

2 UNIQUE 
Properties 

And peaceful East Sooka — newer 
home 130 ft. waterfront at No. 7 
Tidaviaw — fisherman's paradise 
and rMuced to $85,900. AMchosIn 
beauty with access to Weirs 
Beach, deligrtfuliy unioue ^Ign 
and construction on acre of gor¬ 
geous grounds. Ideal family home 
of^^^Agwox. 2000 sg. ft. MLS. 

' LORRAINE HETT 
. 471-2430 , 306-2911 

Ngmstindafs, Wall ft Radekoo 

WATERFRONT 
OAK BAY 

UNIQUE PROPERTY 
McCLUKE DESIGNED 
100' WATERFRONT 
UNOBSTRUCTED 
SEA VIEW 
SECLUDED 
$159,000 

For full information on this axefu- 
Siva listing Please ceil; JOAN 
BAXTER 479-7161 ANYTIME. NTL 
TIQNAL TRUST CO. LTD. 

SALEM SEA-SITES 
PARK DIVISION 


jfartront building sites 
amidst highly classed 
exteutiva homesteads. 

All agents welcome. 
Phone tor plans and 
information booklet 
during evening hours. 
SALEM SEA-SITES LTD. 
398-1112 


5.62 ACRES 
$29,900 

BeeulltuI big thickly tread lot en 
the south bank of tha picturesoua 
Cowtehan River near tha lovely lit¬ 
tle town of Lake Cowichan wMt of 
Duncan. Full details on raguest. 

384-^52?^JOHN PLATT 383-2700 
BOORAAAN INVESTMENT CO. 
LTD. 

-}’JSO VEWNMENT STREET 

WATERFRONT 

. t on tha market 

find. High location, _ .. 

ovar 114)00 SQ. ft. Built by owner 
in spotless condition. 2 bedrooms, 
vitws ot Inlet from living room 
and kitchen. Nice property on no- 
through street. Not a good drive 
6v. View with: 

306-2111 D. BECKNEK 477-4994 
MONTREAL TRUST 

DUPLEX 

Unigu# two family home on one of 
Victoria's finest beaches. Main 
suite consists of 3-bedroom8, den, 
rock fireplace, two sundacks. Toe 
suite, one bedroom, (traplaca, spa¬ 
cious private sundeck. Unusual 
layout of this modernistic home af¬ 
fords optimum privacy for both 
s ulfas . $119,000. 658 -5702 , anytime. 

LOVELY OAK BAY 
Price now $109X100. A no-stap home 
of 3 bedrms. plus den. AAagnificent 
view of the whole of Oak Bay. 
With planting, seclusion can be ob¬ 
tained. act now. 

ED HIGGINS 386-6331 
A._E. LaPAGE WESTERN LTD. 

I’s ACRES OF TOTALLY SE- 
eluded waterfront, in Gordon 
Head. 4-year-oid. 3600 eg. ft. house, 
plus party-finished basement, alt 
rooms large. Reduced from 
S250X)00 to $119,000. Direct from 
owner. This is the best buy In Vic¬ 
toria, as owner leaving Canada. 

477- 3974 or 306-0832. 

VvATERFRONT PROPERTY 
By owner. Secluded, immacuiete 

3-bfdroom home. 1700 square feet. 
Double craraqe. 9 miles south of 
Courtenay. Offered at $61,300. Im- 
mediate possession. 240-3577. 
240-6657._ 

BEAUTIFUL. PARTIALLY- 
Cleared. 1 acre water-front lot on 
Juan de Fuca Strait near Shar- 
ringham Point. Sacludad, with 
wafer, electricity, and oavad 
accass. Call ( a v a n I n os ) 
112-224-7083._ 

260' SECLUDED FRONTAGE 
on the sunny side of 
LAKE (X)\\TCHAN . 

2 cabins, shingle beach, offers to 
$52,500. Phone owner at 592-2736 

afte rnoons and evenings. _ 

COAICHAN LAK- 
2.4 acres, 230 feet, very private. 
Property extends to low water 
mark. $05,000. 745-6660 or Box 03, 
Yo ubOU, 8.C. VOR 3E0. _ 

FIVE ACRES. 330 FOOT WA- 
terfront. East Sooke, cottage, 

S 76.0()0. 642-53 52._ 

iTe n”m A N ISLAND WA- 
terfront with 2-bedroom cottage, 
$41X100. 112 335-2262._ 

VIEW ROYAL WATERFRONT. 4 
8.R., FULL BASEMENT HOME. 

478- 9640, 306-2938. 


Thrifty Terry Trio 


I Ut CONDOMCflUMS 

BJid TOHTHHOLtES 

' 4801RENB 
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mill decoratm tarry tno. 

Oreti up Utetna uHtlioiit 
brsatunf your budfat Crodnl 
bordars on terry tonrah lor apruri 
mtb posy pochet. buttonpn 
towel. pothoMar. Use bedspread 
cotton. Pit. 93b; diractnm 

$1.25 lor aaci) piltim — ciitr. 
chaqua or money order. Add25c 
lor etob piaam lot Unl-cIm mail 
and handlinp. Sand B: Duly 
Colonial Pallarn Dipt.. 60 
Prograaa dvt.. Scarberough. On- 
lario. M1P 4P7. Prim plainly 
paltem number, your name, 
addreta. 

NEW 1977 NEEDlEClUFT UT. 
ALOG lus 22b desi|in, 3 free 
patterns inside. Knit crochet 
crafts! Send 7b( 

SUtdi'u' Patch Quilti . . .S1.2S 

Cruchat aritb Spuarai.$1.N 

Creciiet a Wi rdnabe.S1.00 

Nifty rifWQudta..$1.06 

Kip^ Qadwt.blJIt 

Saw t Knit Saab.$lib 

Niidti p eint laek.$1310 

flaatar CtacM Saab.$1JI 

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Inatant Cmcbal Saab.il.Ot 

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Instant Manay Saab.$1J0 

CampMaGHtlMb.$1.00 

Compiata bffhaat 114. .$1.00 

12PriaM|^«12.OOc 

Boabotlt^lltill. Ut 

Muaaum QuiH laob #2.OOd 

lb Qaitts for Today 43.$04 

■oobaf UJHfyOufs $04 


Mini-Dolls! 





Add enchantment to your tret 
Kith charming, mint-dolls. 

Children will tovo them, want 
to adopt them for toys! Dec¬ 
orate tree, gift packed with 
5-inch girl and boy dolls. Pat. 
735; pattern pieces, directions 
for dolls, clothes. 

- S1.25fore8chpenem —cash 
cheque or money order. Add 266 
tor each panem (or fir8t-cl«so mail 
and handling. Sand to; Datiy 
Colonist Paltarn Dept . 60 
Progress Ave.. Scartiorough. On¬ 
tario. MIP 4P7. Print plainly 
pattern number, your name, 
address 

NEW 1977 NEEDLECRAH CAT¬ 
ALOG has 22S designs. 3 tree 
patterns inside. Knit, crochet, 
crafts! Send 75< 

smeh ’B’ Pateh Quitts.$liS 

Crocbft with $quW«.$1.00 

Crochet a Wardroba.$1.00 

Nifty FifW QuHti.$1.00 

Rip^ $1.00 

Saw 4 Knit Booh.$liS 

NaafNepaifit Booh.$1.00 

nowarCfochat Booh.$1.00 

Hairphi Crodtat B^.$1.00 

Instant Crochat B^.$1.00 

Instant MKrtmi Booh. .. .$1.00 

iRstant Monay Booh.$1.00 

. Compteta Gift Booh.$1.00 

Comptata Af^ans #14 $1.00 

12 Priza Afghm #12.SOc 

Booh of 16 Quilts#!. 6(k 

Museum Quitt Booh #2.60tt 

IS Quilts for Today #3 Mi 

Booh ot 16 Jiffy Rugs 60( 



Mpnaar 

Retgcgtlen ionrlega 
2194 OAK BAY 


_EOROOM.-I»» OATH 
$39.Ma to $44,900 

This bvildgr had ggogt# in 
mirtd whtfl tw trKludgd: 

1. Ne-sttp gntrgncM trgm 

I wt&owi In kitchens with 
nH only sewu tor brggkfgst 
tabto but m or ceunfgr 

spbeg. 

a. Lobds or cleggt igacg to 
ktfcrwns, bidrooms, hbtl- 
ways Plus tockars. 

Cama on in.aM talk to ua 
about Ratocdtion Aaawtonca. 

s’yfV'A.Son ius'DJWs 


fto-sm 


4n-423B 


^ayshoi6* 


OAK BAY WATERFRONT 
$98,300 

2 badreom. In concrato bulld- 
Ing. Mima and whirlpool, lovo- 
ly vipw of Mt. Bakar and It- 
land. Undarground conti^tad 
parking. Now en marfcat. Call 
ma ter (urthar dttails and to 
viM It. CONNIE jp’REGAN 
AT 592-0454 or 598-3321 


swiNs nroira 

19 

REALTY WORLD’ 

Open House 
25 Govermnent 
Tues,, Wed., 2-4 

SMckwa, 2-B.R., top floor sulfa or- 
faring outstanding water vtowa, 
sunny bakony and hot water heat. 
AAcre than you expect for only 
$46,900. 

JIM MURDOCH S9$US30, 303-2481. 

FAliRFIELO 
1145 HILDA 
OPEN DAILY 
2-4 P.M. 

Sat this deluxe 2-badroem, main 


floor unit, ^nsuito maalar baidroom, 
good finandng availabto on eking 
price or $43joo. 3as-24ai. 

Swtnafton'a Ragfty World 

Country 
Town houses 

7685 East Suniefa Rd. 

19 Unit Complex 
2-3 eedroOms 

$45,000—A.H.O.'P. 

Min. Down Payment $2,250 
Low Monthly Payments 

Located on a 2-acre'rite of¬ 
fering open space and valley 
views this excitingly dif¬ 
ferent project is already 
over haU sold. The remain¬ 
ing units will go quickly ao 
reserve your unit today. 

Sales Information: 38$>21I1 
Neil Hawnsley 595-1507 
WeUs Hooker 652-3634 

Montreal Trust 


PROPERTIES LTD 


laiVANCBBVERIT. 3IM4M 

NBW 

A'RBOR GU0N 
605 COOK OT. 

THE "JUST RIGHT" 
CONDOMINIUM HOMES 
JUST "drop in" and viaw thaia 
lovaly 2 -bdrm units prtoad frtm 
S36 ,o6o to $38,500 
OR 

Two-bdrm. with dan from $39,000 
to $40,500. 

OPEN TO VIEW 
I AAON-SAT. 

1:00-4;00 

1 For ertvata vltwing call DOUG 
I MENZIES or LAURIE COAAO at 

'388-6454 _ 




Q )ROWN 
on 


$&l COMHlMCVlflMR 
aad TOWNBOITSRS 

LUXURIOUS 

LIVING 

PARi^lEW 

PLACE 

928 Southgate St. 

ACROSS rao.M 

Beacon Hill Pork 

“From tba kitchen window 
to the wood burning ftre- 
place, Paxieview Place 
o^rs an extra high stan¬ 
dard oi quality and design 
for the more diacrimlnsting 
home buyer.” 

Open for viewing 
1:30 A.M. TO 4:30 P.M. 
OR CALL 

386-6762 

LANDMARK 
PROPERTIES LTD. 

“spencer 

CASRE ■ 

2930 Cbok Street 
If you are considering e(3n- 
dominiums consider the 
best. 

—Virtually noise and fire 
proof 

- Spacious fuites 
—Magnificent viewT and 
; gardene 

I —50 ft. covered pool, 

' saunas, w'orkshop 

-CluUiouae and guest 
bedrooms 

! - -Covered parking 

Open to view Monday to Fri- 
d^ 1-5 P.M. 384-4013 or 
weekendB by apfxnntment 
386-3816 or caU Charlet 

Morrli' anytime — 384-4234. 

DANZO & FRANCO 
HOLDINGS LTD. 


543 CROSSANDRA CRESC. 
Don't miss this tantoftic town- 
houst ooportunttv. 3 badrooms. 
Vary privata unit In Pasamora 
Ptaca. Room for mora davalap- 
mant. Try any down paymant on 
asking prica of $43,900. Must ba 
sold. 

MLS 2497$ 

W. John West 
368-6424 


"CLASSIC i 
CONDDMIiNIUM" 

RETIRE IN STYLE AND LUXU¬ 
RY WITH THIS SPACIOUS ONE 
BEORM. HOME. Doors opan from 
(he bright living rm. to a woodan 
patto anhsnead bv charry flowtrt 
and shrubs. Washtr and dryar as 
in-suita for your convanlanca. An 
antartalnmant rm, covarad park¬ 
ing, workshop and a Mt. Tobnia 
location maka this a must If you 
ara contWaring condominium liv¬ 
ing. AALS. 38.m. 

BRUCE WRIGHT 

477-7291 (Bus.) 59$-6246 (Ros.) 
EILEEN MkLLS 

477-7291 (Bus.' 477-7050 (Ras.) 

Q. F. H. REAL ESTATE LTD. 


"Peopi# Hatping Paopia” 

$28,500 

MUST BK SOLD 
VLRY NICEIBEDRM 
SUITE WITH SEAVIEWS 
JAMES BAY 
REG SCHUAAAKEK 59$ 23S3 
or 3854771 (anytima) 

BY OWNER 


I badroom, sacond floor, cornar 
suite, naw wall to wall, drapas and 
paint, smalt, quitt buildina, $to 
monthly maintananct, Hillsida 
Avt. Wilt carry 2nd mortgaga if 
necessary. 3*2-6030 erter 5 p.m. 
Rent to purchase Possible. 

DELUXE 

TOWNHOUSE 

This beeutlfui 3 BDR., 1V$ bath, 
full basement unit with secluded 
patio is iocaled in dellghttul Or¬ 
chard Hilt and is priced tow for 
immadlate sale at $44,900.00. Call 
me today tor a privata viewing. 
MLS 

385-7721 DALE BRIGGS 592-3971 
GARDNER REALTY LTD. 



◄> 


P. R. BROWN 

AtoO S08« Lm 
I "Tha Ptopla to S«a" 

F.\mCLIFF MANOR 

This immacutata seactoue 
2 -badroom condominium oniovt 
privacy In a ouallty bulldtng In 
Fairfield. Colored appliances 
includa built-in dishweaher. 
frtdge-fraatar, 30" range and 

C twrator. Complatad In T971 
facllltv has a proven 
record of oood managamant. 
Why ganrtbla on a naw com¬ 
plex. Call today and buy good 
living coTKlItlorta artd security 
at $44,500. 

K. O. MOORE 
3$S-3435 

2 BEDROOM 
SHELBOURNE AREA 

Good Quality condomlnluni en 
too floor of smaUar buUdtop. 
Immaculata condmon. Immtdl- 
ata occupancy. Reduced to 
$35,500. For quick swlt. 


DUMOND 
DEVELOPMEIITS 
^ir LTB. 

PAINTED WITH 
SUNSHINE 

are these quality built con¬ 
dominium homes 

WOODSTONE PL. 
1039 LINDEN 

and 

1170 ROCKLAND 
(Corner of Linden) 

Mith large sundecks. Some 
fireplaces, one and tw'o-bed- 
room units, sea and city 
views, m bath, prestigious 
locations. 

OPEN DAILY 1-9 
SAT., SUN. 12 to 5 

For further information 
please contact: 

JIM WEST 

388-5201 or 59&4094 (Res.) 

Ute rt pwt 

MAKES YOUR 
PAYMENT 

Victoria'! Bast Condominium Buy 
now ottors to maka your first 6 
monthly mortgaga payments If you 
buy during tna Month of June, 
plus lu^ for viewing Westport you 
racalva a chance on a week en d 
trip t^ two to Las Vagasi 
Ailauitaa 2-badrm.. 1V^ bathe 
Prices from |39,900-$49,900 

Open House Doily 

Except Monday 1-4 p.m. 

BILL NESBITT 381-5679 
E. Y. Const. 458^11 

Old EsQuimalt Rd., Right on 
Lampson, Right on Wordtay._ 


DIAMOND 
DEVELOPMENTS 
LTD. 

$28,900 

ONE BEDROOM 

.^ee this fine suite in a c(xi- 
crete and steel building. 
Walking distance to town. 
Monthly assessment only 
$36.53 including heat. To 
view suite 303-1235 Johnson 
Street, pleue call; 

JIM WEST 

388-5201 (rea.) 595-4094 

UNIVERSITY AREA TOWNHOUSE- 
Daiuxa unit In small complax. 2 
bedrooms and dan, l\$ baths, car¬ 
port, uarden. $46^00. Low down 
payment. 477-3728. 

SA^~$tf)00 

Buy from owner. 2 badrooms, IVi 
baths, toe floor. Kensington Tar- 
raca, $35,500. ^2-9962. 

DALLAS RD. OCEAN VIEW 
Spacious 1 bedroom condominium, 
top floor. Colourad range, fridga 
and dishwasher. Near park. 
$37,900. Mor tgage a t I09». 383-249$. 
OWNER SELLING, 1 BEDROOM 
condominium, 5 mfnutas walk to 
university. Phone 477-8695. aHar 4 


SSa CONDOMINTUMS 
^ bbB TOWWOOTPI 

NOW WE 
HAVE 21 
SOLDI 

FOR BVIRY 1J bays THAT 

WE ARB IBLUNG A 

DELUXE CONDOMINIUM 

McKENZIE 

HOUSE 

VIEW NOW OR MISS 
THE UNIT Of YOUR CHOICE 

OPEN OtMLY! 

12 IMOON-S P.M. 

Next to tha library at tha earner 
of Cedar Hltl.and MeKan^ Rd. 
this condomtokim haa to be the 

baa9 buy today*! markaN. 
PRICRO RtOMT AT 
$40X1$$, 1 bedroom 
ftUjM, i bBdraema 

FDR INFORMATION CML 
TOO HACKITT CONBTRUCTION 
"OUR RUSINCU 1$ BUILDING 
BVEtVOAVI" 

VIEW 

CONDOMINIUMS 
The Best Value 
In Victoria 

FOUR ACRES of hllNea lend of- 
farina fantaaHc views, sltout^ in 
Gori&$ Head, OAKDALE ES¬ 
TATE, la lust stags awoy Yrom tha 
library, shopping ctntros, bus and 
racraatlon facflltlas. Spacious 
3-badroom suites with targe balco¬ 
nies. All the extras veu expect in 
a quality home. Prtcad from 
$49,900. 

Come end Have a View 
You'll ba Happy You Old 

OPEN MQN.-FRI. 1:» to I P.M. 
SAT.-SUN. 1:00 to 5 P.M. 



JMOCrifarHiUllDRr 

AtaBcKaMto M$47$2 

Landmark Propartfaa Ltd. 

LUXURY 
CONDOM I'N'IUMS 
New 

PRESBNTATION 

Absolutely superb 1B0 dagraas of 
panoramic saavlew from the mas¬ 
sive windows of this building de¬ 
signed with quiet elegance for dls- 
crmlnatlng ptopla. Located by tha 
saa, offers you 3-badroom suHe 
with 2 full bathrooms, large tivina 
and dining room, roal burning fire¬ 
place. Luxury British India carpet¬ 
ing. You may sit and watch the 
ships of ah nations sail p«tt your 
sound-proof apartment, ideally lo¬ 
cated close to park, promanadt 
and downtown shops and theatres. 
You may call tor further Informa¬ 
tion and a private appointment to 
view. Your host: 

386-2111 D. BECKNER 477-4994 
AAONTRBAL TRUST CO. 


IffB^TErh 

HOMESud 


m? CLOVERDALE AVE. 386-3494 

BEAUTIFUL VIEWS 
Over Mt. Doug, Mt. Baker and 
east to Sidney Island. All this from 
a large, sound-proof home locatad 
in Spencer Cattle. Owner has 
mad# many Improvements and ia 
asking only $76,900. MLS 26374. 

W. R. PETTINGER 
_386-2494 ( 34 Hrs.1_ 

RUDYARD 

KIPLING 

Oak Bay — Panoramic ocean 
views. 2 bedrms., 2 full baths, 
patio. $92,000. 384-1075, pager 506 
Of 312-6713._ 

PENTHOUSE 

"THE SAVOY" 

Ocean-Harbor-City views. 2 
bedrms, baths, firaplace, large 
patios. Concrete and ttati Wdg. 
$84,500. 3144075, pager 5D6 or 
382-6783. 

SUDDEN VALLEY 
BEIXINGHAM 
Beautiful 2-baoroom oondomlnium 
Lake Louise, short walk,to 


$64.0(W. Pumithod. Phone 732-7388, 
Mr. Jones, Vancouver, weekdevs. 
or 2oi6-676-a659, Bellingham, week¬ 
ends;_ 

MUST BE SOLD 
BY OWNER 

2-bedrm. condominium. 1165 sq. 
fi., 2 full bathrooms. Small e-suita 
building. Walking distanca to 
downtown. Small oats and children 
welcome. Only SiCiOu down. Assume 

sgrar- 

SPENCER CASTLE 
Lerge well decorated suite In thie 
well constructed building. 2 leroe 
bedrooms. 2 full baths. In sulfa 
laundry. Spacious LR ft DR. All 
appiaincaa inclwlad. Bast b$jv In 
the building for I6SXI00. Ve^r 
must move. Call today to view 
with HAZEL CAMPBELL 5924)632 
or 384-8001. Royal Truat. 

BARGAIN 

Top corner condominium. 7 
bedrms, 1'/$ baths, sacludad patio, 
s.w. txp. quiet, near bus, 836,500. 
Excellent financing available. 
3»4- ao75 , Pagy 506 o r 382-678 3. 

3 BR TOIA'NHOIJSE 

In quiet small complex that has 
wtll-manicurtd gardens. Covered 
double oarklng and part basement. 
Sunny kitchen and patio doors to 
private soot from D.R. Extra patio 
off L.R. All this (or only uf,000. 
Ceil HAZEL CAMPBELL 592-0632 
or 364-80 01. Royal Trust. ' 

EAGLE NEST 

1-bdr. home en Ifth floor In OR¬ 
CHARD HOUSE with spoctaculer 
view and gracious living oftorad at 
$36X»0. To view call MRS. O. 
ZACHARY at 595-1^ or Sn-Vf^ 
BOORMAN INVESTMENI (XML 
PANY, LTD. 2045 Cadboro Bay 

Rd. _ _ 

KENSINGTON TERRACE 
A large 2 bedroom. \Vt bath, f ap- 
pliancas, corner suite In a wai1-aa> 
tabiishad, troubla-fraa building. Ttv 
eludes swirl pool, aaurte, gamaa 
room, party room and la^a work- 
shop. Asking <35X100. Ceil 313-2542. 

NOTHING DOWN 

Large three-badroom townhousa, 2 
baths, fridga, stove, wtasher, dryer, 
W-W. UP to 1275 sq. ft. wito pay¬ 
ments from $279 per month. Lei 
selle Bros. 383-4568. 

DELUXE SUITE 

Soeclous 1 bedroom and dan. Vary 
large living room. Coforod appli¬ 
ances including dishwasher. Pfaa«- 
ant outlook—southern axpoaura. 
$34,500. 384-8563, altar 6 p.m. 

BY OWNER, 2ND FLOOR 
Clartnea Housa, 1250 eg. ft. Swim¬ 
ming pool, swirl pool and aavna. 
reasonable. For particulars phone 
383-1530. 









































































































































































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t5» COMJOMIMOW 

Mid TOWNHOUtM 

WHY RENT? 

830 Esquimalt Rd. 

m p.i.T. 

(IS AHOri 

^5 DOWN 

(w4th ilOM l.c. Or»n 1 ) 

1 BR.miOO 

nmm 

2 BR and DEN 

{35,(00 

INCLUDfS 

riOM> drift*, tnd itoil 
cMtt, wMy 31 units and ail tnt ad- 
vtntaaaa at tlvint In a smaM oan- 
demlnwm. 

Open Weekdoys 

24 a.m. and 7-9 t.m. 

iYI«ON“^li7ci’*’*"WjJciATll 

LTD. 

385-2458 



THREE 

chanoM Mt to b« part of 

"THE 

HILLSHIRE" 

1525 Hillside Ave. 

$33,500 - $36,000 

Convenient location 
- Pocket pleasing prices 
Bedixm and Den 
--TWO, 2 bedroom, new 
condominium hom^s 
Open Sat and Sun.. 1:(MM:00 
CaD: 384^01 

or any of the folkywing num¬ 
bers fcr sn appointtneni to 
view: 384-807S (peger 307). 
385-9021 or 595-3023. 

OPEN TO 
VIEW 

LAKEWOOD 

TOWNHOMES 

864 SWAN 

(Off Saanich Rd.) 

WEEKDAYS 2-4 & 
6:30-8:30 
WEEKENDS 1-4 

—2 and‘3 btdrooms (masttr 17x13) 
^ --i4a.No-$4«.goo 
< —Lake and territoriai views 
■ x-Small complex Oust 11} 

. —Purnishtd modti 
I ^(osa to bus and shopplna. 
VICTORIA REALTY Lib. 
3M-35IS. anytima 


ROBERTS 

'INVESTMENTS 
c kahacemeht uu 
fee-tffa pouQLAe 388-66&1 

614 FERNHILL PL 

ESQUIMALT 

4 units ail 2-bedronni offer¬ 
ing up to 1.449 $q. ft. Priced 
from $41,500 to $44,000. 
Quiet, pleasant garden out¬ 
look. The best value in town. 

See them today. 

JOE MANTON .■W2-52U 

DO 

I 

HEAR 

$37,900 

FOR THIS 3-eEOROOM VACANT 
SUITE AT THE UNIVERSITY 
PARK TERRACE. LARGE UV- 
ING ROOM? IN-SUITE 
LAUNDRY. 4 APPLIANCES; i 
SLIDING GLASS DMRS TO RAL- 
CONY; UNDERGROUND PARK¬ 
ING? MLS. CALL 



MURRAY 
Paoar 3471 


im CONDOUIMOU 

and TOHTHHQI SER 

BESrr IBUY ■ ~ 

NOW $27,500 

Par this tevaly 1 badrm. cm- 
damU^um s 1 1 u a t #4 COfm- 
NIINTly ciasa to downtown. Tha 
unit is In a waii-constructoe Maai 
ana CONCRETE ctr«^yra «\l9v 
Is an Imaortant SAFETY PEA- 
TURE, tnciudad In tha p wanait 
price n the stave and trides spR 

»JVVW'US''Cli4', 

< cavarM aarklnt and uaa at rac. 
rm. 4^1. Make an miT ta saa it • 
srith: 

KEN 'HIGHTDN 

oi-nm (»M.) 5M4M (Dm.) 

NEW TOWNHOME 
3 BORfA 3 BATH : 
FIREPLACE I 
$54,900. MLS. 

• 4 wnH. s a Ciudad comatai 

—Oik kPehan cabinato i 

-4 naw aapitancaa 

AM 

APPT TO VIEW 

DONNA fOSS 

•’’in'n. DDALmirtD*"' ! 

Patio Homes 

Open Daily )-5, 7-9 

Savan samt-dataebad caHlemi# I 
styled patio homaa naarlna com- > 
aiatioA. An ailomativa to town- 
hMMlna. Ouoilty comaarobla *o 
IMOJM cutom kamaa. 

Features Include j 

—3 badreama 
—b a thraama 
—famfly raomo 
—firaaiacaa 
-4 aardon aatloa 
—attachad caraorts 

Ultimate Privacy 

A firal for Vklacia/ eamotra tho 
pionntna and con^rvcflon. Drivo 
to iolly Ptaca 1 btefc -^h af 
AAckanila ana Glanfard imarsac- 

tlon. _ 

tsB.fod to u».9or 
PWOWE $W4442 _ 

BEACON HIUL 
OONDOS 


III LOTS FOR M1.T. 

ARDMORE 

ESTATES 


"IT'S \k YOlld DRIVING 

RAME" 

Minimvm l-fcra lots M an apcia- 

raai danna i t to tha 

ttdnav daaaalnd and ftto 

All WwlkmJfi^faature 
■ hydray. i ■“ — 


. watar. park and cHy vltws. 
Thty faatura la^, Paals. and un- 
darareund parktnt. Eotn artcad ai 

^?E tRIOGS dtf'Sm 
GARDNEH REALTY LT D. 

SEE Houses WAJm:u 

_ TO BUT 

WANTED 

Within 4-mlla circle of city. 3 M . 
ful) basamant «- must have fire- 
placa. Prafarabfy woK-tb-waii car¬ 
pal. Prima raoulsitt — Mparata 
wonc^taa wlin m wlrlna and wide 
driyaway or oxtro oarkTne. CHtnt 
willing to aoy up to ond around 
MSidO. PIOOM O^act: 

47ilM7 ^o5g Rtif 47M741 


ESStamw. 

that I find an eldar typa homa 
wHh at loaal 2 batfrooma and aema 
Mclualon. Valwa to SSSiwO. Plaasa 
call: 

479-7MI Mary McGuIra 47f-1M7 


WL. WILL BUY 
rOR CASH 

If vour homa la auitabl# far rantat 
and will iiww a ratvm call tha 
suaarvlsar for a awtek dad- 

314-1911 ar 3I*-991> 

_and Rtdtkop l^aa lty 

BUSINESS COUPLE ^ 

RoMilra a Two or ihroa-hadroom 
homa (n a nica araa. StrT^y an 
invastmant. For rental. Up to 
$55,000 uraant. IRENE DALZIEL 
346-4144 pr 477-4340 or 3l4-4a75, 
paoar S44. Castio Prop. Ltd. 

SEPTEMBER 

Pospaation, 3-badrm. homa on 
laraa lot, uo to S70.lioo. Call 
LARRY OUAGLIOTTI, 477-7t|4 or 

3144144. Caatia Proa.^Ltd. _ 

PRIVATE PARTY REQUIRES 
older homa. Will purchase older 
hom a for cash. 479-2309. _ 

SEE LISTINGS WANTED^ 


CD 

Cliarman Pacific 
Realty Ltd. 

606 Broughton Street 


at^Jrt. ’/Wrinti 

^feR^Cfb -iat-haal.. . 

provan vmt ’pall. Saworal af thoaa 
Cheka iota mdar tha Ardm^ 
Goifbau^. TMs l4 arabaify Urn 
tail davalo^ani of its kind an tha 
tapyar Island. 

PricM start from 444.M wHh 
baak linancint avallatla. 

Open Every Evening 
and All Weekend 


Henderson Realty 
Ltd. 

385-9741 

5 ACRE PARCELS 

Within 5-milt Orel* - 
of Vlctorit 

Whit an opportunity to oh- 
tain 4uch proptrty ai this — 
right in tht fattttt groaulng. 
modt dtlightful city in the 
banana belt of Cina^- 
AU this at reaaofwMe prkM 

$56,000 to $73,000 
Ready to Build On 

P^t or WrMh 

Coastland Estotes 

I79-21S0 47MU6 

350 Hector 

CfDAR HILL 
A DOZEN 
CHOICES 

~ Quiet cui-do-fat (Keate 
.street) 

I.arge Me, underground 
wiring 

- A «hart 4troU to golf 
cLHirte, ahopping. achooli, 
and bu4 

Some with mountain viewe 
-Building tenru avail, now 
fixm $28,900 

CaU CONNIE WEVUSR 
386-6164. Castle Properties. 

ATTBNTION 

ECONOMICAL HOMEOWNERS 
eUlLMRS 

ESQUIMALT OURLEX LOT 
TREED SECLUSION- 
GOOD VALUE 

Larttr alia, traad and irrtaular 
shapa would makt butMfnt, a 
aupar. feaaon ab ly prtoad . Ouplax 
with tha airtra aapeil m ^bicy^a 
snap. Sarvl^ and Tavpi. Sxcdlwht 
prica of only CB.MO. 

H. HEOEN REALTY LTD. 

ON. S^llIl^A^jlw Lf an»tn 

_ 3H-9lS HqS >41 

leOTS ADJACENT 
TO UNIVERSITY . 

See alimpses and traae eii tame. 
Ready for your immadlala con¬ 
struction. Hpmes that am Ning 
built ara In tha tOMS ta IWjW 
prtca rangt. Pricad tram IdIJOO. 

^-434 EVAN WILLIAAAS 479-4049 
38I-4434 LEO PIGERT_J9fc1975 
WESTMONT-REALTY (1977^LTD. 


Hillsirta 


llft'4434 


WE' 

9M _ 

L/\^E, TREED LOTS 
Chotca Irtntwood and naar Rut- 
chart Cardans. Full imdargreund 
sarvlca to ail lots; Liahllna. irand 
new devalopmeni of I lots on beau¬ 
tiful ati-de-sac. LlanfaV Crtscant 
off W 4 ll 4 ce Driva naxt aoyih of 
Marchant Road. From 434404. Coll 

JvXr^^I REALTY 344-3941 

UNIQUE lot, for THOSE WHO 
Ilka baautiful viaws and no eardan- 
ing. Kootanay Placa. hleh atop 
Ooncaalar, of^a ouNt aurround- 
tnos on a ttood V 4 acra lot, with 
fir and Oak treat. Close to shop¬ 
ping and Mif. 432,W or elosast 
effor. Call $n-l794. 


My laat- listing hot lust boon told 
and I naod aoma new onos to w^k 
on. If you are fhlnklna of selling 
vour heme, phone me. I CAN 
GIVE YOU MY UNDIVIDED AT¬ 
TENTION. 

.TOfiN 'mDD 

dawld burr ltd. 

455 Fort St. 444 . 9435 . 594-7149 


270 


KXCHANGf: REAL 
ESTATE 


to ACRE VIEW LOTS 
CENTRAL SAANICH 
$69,900 

TERMS .AVAILABLE 
Please call RICK HAWKES. Doug¬ 
las Hawkes Ltd., 344-7121. rati- 
dan ce 477- 9449._ ___ 

BRENTWOOD BAY 
10 PER CENT DOWN 
EASY TERMS 
select one of ihate large fully ser¬ 
viced treed lots for your dream 
heme, priced from 436,000. _ 

652-1141 ALyjCKERS 453-057 
SEAEOARO f^OPERTIES LTTT 



LAWSON m437l 

PARK PACIFIC INV. 3I»4124 

GOOD SELECTION 
LEFT IN NSW 
20-tUITE lUILOlNO 

JOFFRE MANOR 

1121 ESQUIMALT ROAD 

1- BDRM., 131,300 to 433,200. 

2- BDRM., 4^900 to 439,100. 

3 BEDRDOAiC 145,900. 

Excellent etmoaohere with conae- 
nial owners and raaldantlai nftsnaa- 
er. Cleaa to ahopplng ond munici¬ 
pal raciiltias 

WE TRADE AND 
ASSIST WITH FINANCING 
open deny 1:30 to 4:30 
or call; CLARE BROCK at 
34I-9I43 or 5944321 
JACK MEARS 
OAK aAY REALTY LTD. 

KXKCUnVK 
TOWNHOUSE.S 
A siont't throw from tha Parlia¬ 
ment Buildings — a 5 minute walk 
to downtown — Only 3 laft — ons 
2 badroom end tvm 3 bedroom, all 
with fireplacaa. IW baths, 5 appli¬ 
ances, daluxa fixturts — loft with' 
skyiita, small foncad yards, undar- 
cover parking — Priced from 
449,900 le 454,m. Call: RICHARD 
RHODES 479-9341 or NATIONAL 
TRUST CO. LTD. 479-7141. 


arapet rnreugrwvi. ivs (wins, (.ivins 
room, separate idtnitv room with 
fireplace. Utllltv room. Lots of 
storage. Private enclosed backyard 
with aftarneon aun. Walking dis- 
tancf to ell schools, univarany. 
and shopping ctntrt. Lew monthly 
assaMmant. 4 appliance* may be 
contlderM. Offers on 454.M. tv 
owner. 315-3975. Weekdays aftar 5 
o'clock and weakanda. _ 

$29,900 

8 ne4adroem Cornar Suita cloaa to 
aacon Hill Park and walking dla- 
tanca to downtown. Piaaaant view 
lust right ter retired or werkint 
people. MLS. To View call: 

DEL HOEGI 344-7521 or 3434514 
BOORAAAN INVESTMENT CO. 
LTD. 

1111 GOVERNMENT STREET 

DELUXE 

TOWNHOUSE 

Super quiet unit In adult-oriented 
complex, S appliences. custom 
drapes. fIrepiKe. 2 bedrooms, 
1.050 iq. ft. all on on# laval. Par- 
tact for retirement. Seperate rec 
centra xHth Munoh wnlripool, wet 
bar. ate. 3961 Ctdar Hill Rd. 
Oftars on 459.500. 315-1491. 

TOP~FLOORr l-BEDROOM~CON- 
dominlum. overlooks University 
stedlum. on bus raule. Hes teuns 
whirlpool, pool room, ur^dercover 
parking. Contact between 5 and 7. 

*^-1141. 


P. R. BROWN 

mo >099t LTD. 

"The Paopla 9# Sea" 

Two alda-by-slde serviced view 
lets at Shuiwap Laka (North 
Okanaaon) totalling 1.1 acras. 
Equity 137400. Dwnar wishaa 
to trad# for your Vieforta eras 
proparty. 

DAVID SCOTT 

P. R. BROWN & SONS LTD. 
345-3435 

741 FORT ST., VICTORIA, 
B.C 

V4W 3N4 


ROBERTS 

INVESTMEKTS 
c kanagemekt ltd 
tty* DouexAs 388'66&1 : 


Rural Subdivision 

Choica lets In a Iraod araa hi 
I Sooka. Ranting from I0.0M to 
15,000 so. nT Priced from 114.500, 

' May farms ojvallabit. _ _ 
344-7771 PETER AUSON 477-1314 
j _MO(5DY_ANO MASON REALTY 

LAST LOT 

I c^andela Place off Torquay. 
^ elate Id everything. Asking 
I $32,000, Open to ctfart. 
Phone 3844154. 


VIEW LOT 

Lecetad In a central araa of de- 
luxa homtt, pricad al only 437,900. 
tor mort datalis oleeae tell 
345-3$l5 MYtime, Grant Mac- 
Farlaoe, Victoria Raalty Ltd. 



-*• ' nance. 595-4: 


(79. 

ONE-aEORObvi CONDOMINIUM. 
944 HevwfwO Avenue, 477-7699, 
after 4 p.m. 


148a‘GARNET RD. 
TRADE UP 

Vendor wilt accept trades on Cen¬ 
tral Saanich Homtt. 

Call today 

JOE MANTON 

_ m -SH) 

HOUSE -f 8 UNITS 
1 MILE CIRCLE 

Whet a dial! I units ranting at 
4190 month. LIva-in the housa 
which la attached. M'xiaiy lot lust 
off Gorgo Road. Zonod motel. 
Used as an apartment, owner will 
accept mortqoge lot on house'eeui- 
tv at down paymant. Aakina 
$134(900 and worth it. 

454 J 479 Frank Wills 344-4455 
Oh vaa. housa can ba madt into 3 
or 4 bodrooms. Prosantly 2 largo 
on main lavti. 

CENTURY 21 J. D. aOSDET LTD. 

SELECTION OF CON¬ 
DOMINIUMS AND TOIMV- 
HOUSES FOR exchange: 
ON SINGLE FAMILY 
HOMES OR RESIDENTIAL 
lOT. Call: JACK MEARS 
At 398-33’21- JACK MEARS 
OAK BAY REALTY LTD. 

"sell or trade* 

Choica, downtown. ^3 loned, 
40x120 lot bttwoon Douglas and 
Govarnmant. Adiolnlng proparty 
also available. Owners will look at 
all offers, or trade on asking price 
of 4129400. What have you got? 
Coll Cliff Salmend at Gardntr Re 
ally Ltd . 385-7721 Of <77-3424. 
CORNER 'l-«EOROOM CON- 
dominium on McCKirc. Will accapt 
tradt for house, or property. 

Ted Hobbs <77.<g<3 (Res.) 

479-7134 (But) 


$7t LOTS FOR SALE 
HAPPINBSSIS 

DEAN PARK 
ESTATES 

FROM $28,500 

The Saanich Paninsula'tt 
'most bMutifuI hoiuring (1e\- 
ekTpmant ftaturing: 

L Splendid views of the 
Straita. Gulf lalahda and 
Mt. Baker. 

2- FuUy paved and curbed 
streets — well lit with 
full underground ser- 
vices. It'i own ivater sys¬ 
tem end epnifilete aew- 
Age system including the 
most modem sewHce 
treatment iMant on the 
.Saanich Paninsula. 

J--Well treed one-third of an 
acre lota. 

4 Fully controlled develofv 
ment for environmental 
and economic protection. 

5-Oean, fresh air — bright 
and cheery atmosphere. 
Quail, pheasant, deer, 
squirrels, natural countr>' 
for pleasant walks. 

S—Low. low taxes and alt 
local Improvements pakl. 

^~^~A few minutes to shof)- 
ping (Sidney) gcMxi 
schools, the Panorana 
Rec Centre (skating, 
swimming, etc.), riding 
trails, gplf. courses, 
marinas, tennis courts 
and John Dean Provin¬ 
cial Park. ^ 

8--A hfime in Dean Park is 
a superior invaatmeni. 
We beg you to compare; 
you'll be happy you have. 

Directions to Dean Park 
Eatates: from yictoria. 

drive out the Pat Bay High¬ 
way to McTavish Road, just 
South of Sidney. Turn left on 
to East Saanich Road, drive 
half a mila and look for the 
sign and stone gata on your 
right. 

For furthtr Information 
call; 

SALES OFFICE 
656-7041 
Murray Lawson, 
388-6275, 
Pager 2478 
OR 383-4124 

.\NOTHER QUAUTY 
DEVELOPMENT FROM 


S1» PROPERTY FOR SALE ' !«» 


ROCKHEIGHTS 

•aautltul tatting, trees, rocks. 
Vltws, 13,000 sq. ft. Duplex Ipned, 
all servkaa In and reedy-to build. 
Otters. Lolselle Bros. 383-4M 
”brentwood"building lo^s" 

3 ediBcent building lots. fulTv urt- 
dergreund service in cul-de-sec 
near Brentwood Vlllege. By owner, 
reduced to 42S.OOO. Vendor wifi fi- 
1319. 


Sale Sarvice. Sul 
„ iioer Str^ iai. 
Tofon»a, Ontar i o/ AMW ife. 

LIVE IN TRAILER. WHILE , 
byiidiAa heuaa. 313 faai on i»iand 
Highway. Mill aav. All oarvkae In. 
view of Stralh. RaSvead ta 434.9M. 
477-4441. _ __ _ 

ufarAL •AK. ).jj ACliin. Fivr 
ba<koam hauae camglitafy rano- 

vetad an water and eawor. can bt 

suMi^dad. 4^-4994. 

2'/* acre's, mount DOUGLAS 
area. H-7w H- R- Isb Rssslble. 
4210^ _ 

174 PROPERTY WANTRH 

ALL cash: 

2-3 acroe raetonabfv fiat lend, high 
UKetloe. within IS mile circle. Fri- 
veto. 4$4-5937. 

tm ACREAGE rOR NAI.E 
AND WANTED 

5 ACRE 

NORTH SAAMCH 
La\cI. « jeared acreage 
ready fnr building your 
home and Ulestyle. Partly 
fenced, winter treck and 
•■ountrv almohDhere. Just 
listed $56,900.00. 

R. I. MURPHY 

388-6454 592-7250 1 

REALSPAN PROPERTIES 
LTD. 

^FlD YOUR 
COUNTRY HOUSE 

Only 5 miles from downtown Vic¬ 
tor an 11.7 acraa wttft gtorlavt 
viawe of tha Oivmplcs end the 
city, and eurrounoed by other fine 

: SUSS;. ^^icStS",w7SS. 

noRfflRn Rosf 
ftMiocimrsfiTD. 

440. 1S70 Doualet 313-4151 


rP-ttULVD 
PROPERTIES 

awiNiirroire 


wu4«tt»4M« • tvuuris, b.L , 

^ iu rp-niJiND 
PROPERTIES 


NEMJY WORLD* 

OPEN HOUSE 
Sun. 1:30-4:30 
920 DELOUME RD. 
Mill Bay—.88 Acre 

DIRECTI094I: Trana<anada 

Highway ta DELOUMC RO. > 
TUaN WfST and fgNow arraw e 
ter aggrax. w mile 4Md you'll aaa 
a agacloye aalR laygt hem# on M 
of an ac^ w tSetuM, ntcaiy lantf- 
Kopod grounde. Oamgrtsae La, 
Din. Rm., 4 good badroemi. Fami¬ 
ly Room, tw baths, largo country 
kitchen with adMnIng glaiiM In 
ouldaar Hvtng araa. aagarsfo 
laundry room and twa-car garaga. 
If you leva NATURET ^ACE 
AND^UIET. alani with MODERN 
CONVENIENCES AND AMENI¬ 
TIES — coma along and let Na¬ 
ture's iaauty surround you while 
you Inspect this delifhtful country 
proaortvil VM9U. 

PRICE 443.9M 

3I$-24|I EOJUPP roa. S92-1BI9 
Swinorson's Raalty World 


parkiville' 
tor rent or rent with aattof 

1 to buy. 

Large 5 babraem, iwhri 
uiar ^pa home an Franc 

Dm mad- 
.h Craok 


• I raruvniiv -1 vw •. ■ ■■■! 

Marina. For mora intarmatlon call 
a nytima. e^ito w ave maseast. 

NORTH OF GUALiCUM » 9.4 
ecree with eM* hwy. frantM 
igautiruily traad, cattM# re^a 

j^NSTj^^ and AtSOCIATgS 

RETlRkMENf’HOME 
Newly tmiahad. ptna inaida. cedar 
eutsida, ^e-aert freed, g arde n , ax 
callant water, near dom fay 
Wharf. By awnar, m,SM. W-9»9. 


;57-S2u_ _ 

47.7 ACRES COURTENAY AREA. 
Vtaw proparty run* tg wtthin I3B 

Nicalv traad r 
able. Offers t^i _ __ 

oualicum 

BulM yaur summer or rttbomont 
homo on thia 'i aero larvlcod 

K . Atkina erica only til,SII. 
■on# owner. 479-744S. 


y runs to wnnm iso 
rh. CiM to Colaman 
ark. NM In A.L.R. 


BMA 

LND 



ftirkF^dfic 


SAANICHTON 

SUBDIVISION 


... AVAILABLE FOR 

PURCHASE OF THESE FULLY 
SERVICED building LOTS. Ser¬ 
vices Include tawors. drains, 
water, curbe, paving, street lights, 
and underground elactrlcai. There 
are 2) lots ranging from 7,300 sq. 
ft. to 9,SOO eq. ft. now aveiiabie for 
totwten 434.500 to 425,500. 

Ideally suited for basement or slab 
construction by both builder end 
arivete owner In an area bounded 
on two sidos by perk Md egrlcul- 
turel reserve lend, this develop¬ 
ment offers ell enwnitles while 
prevtdinf e setting which wilt ap¬ 
peal te dltcrlmlnaflng purchasers. 

YOU MUST VIEW THESE LOTS 
TO APPRECIATE the long range 
. adventesei they provide. 

A SUBDIVISION PLAN it cleerlv 
ditplaved at the entrance located 
el Prosser end Wellece near Cen¬ 
tennial Park in Central Saanich. 

For forther Information 
CALL 

Before s P.M. 479-4317 
after S P.M. and Weekends 
4S3-39B4 


GORDON HEAD 
SINGLE FAMILY 
RESIDENTIAL 
LOTS 

• Uiuoen AND NNIVATE 
INSACCTION INVITED 

Fellow ^ 

Gordon Heed Road 
Te Eddolew St.. Turn 
Riiht on Edgalow 
To Tht 

"SANDELL PLACE" 
DEVELOPMENT 
SIGN 

Near Recreatlonei 
Facilities, Khools 
and becks onto e new 
perk. 

PRICED FROM 
$28,000 
386-6624 
ANYTIME 


BAAKSDALE DR. 

Lot No. 30, prime Gordon Hoed 
location. Generous road frontage. 
433.900. Terms to suit. Lee Van 
Ovk, Victoria Realty L^d. 

BUILDERS 20»* DOWN , 
Prime Gordon Heed Lots In active 
eubdivision. 431,500 end 429,000. 
Direct from developer, 4SI-1112. 

99S.4371. __ 

WANTEb^fo' RENT On LONG 
(eaee, privately owned spece for 
D-W-traller (approx. V> acre) with 
goM garden toll. 112-753-3170. 
BR~obMeHtLL SUBDIVISION, 
ierae lot. near goU course end in 
area ot attractively built homes. 
Asking JM.SOO. 59S_-4764. _ 

'gOLD^RBAM PARK 
5 building lets. Sooke Lake Road, 
no duplexes, price $26,1)00. Phone 

7 BRENTWOOD LOTS FOR SALE. 
trM cui'^*$sc. 6924 Wallace 
Drive, olsaley sign on tlqht, 
4 24,000 end UP. 6 5^27 10. W-2910 . 

BY OWNER. NORTH SAANICH 
Area. .7/10 of acre. Beautiful sea 
viaws. CloM tg all amaniilcs. 
656-1049. _ 

.15 ACRE LOT, CORNER WEST 
Saanich Road and Ardmora Drivt. 
Excellent well. Phone 479-4266 . 
GORDON HEAD. ATTRACTIVE 
treed lots on Brousson Drive. 
477-5015, 477-4191. 



CORDON HEAD. NEAR BEACH. 
3 large lots, 4535 S^awoed Terrace. 
*77^2075. __ 

"aromore area 
E xclusive residential quiet ’ j-ecre, 
$33,000. Phone 656-1159. 

^EN^LAKE^WATERFRONT, U 
acre, by owner, principles only. 
47I-44I9. ^ 


HENDERSON REALTY LTD. 
315-9741 (fnvilme) 

F.^lRFIKUl 

Large tot, exclusive area In Fair- 
field. SKluded high location. Re¬ 
duced to S31,S00. MLS. 

■JACK HENDERSON 653-3157 

mUXniEST AREA 
5 choice lots — views minimum 
7.000 sq. ft. Priced from OS jOO. 
BILL A^CCARTER 593-3970 

* DITY-FLOPERS 

Proposed townhouso development. 
14,100 so. ft. Asking $115,000. 

B]LL jy\«AR'rER __M3-3970 

LARGE LOT FOR 'SALE, NEW 
subdivision. Landlord eree. 
471-1141. 

GORDON HEAD LOTS FOR 
.•uilc, $37,500. Near ell amenities. 
6$i-3S73. _ 

SOOKE. PARTIAUL'y TREPrO 
specious properties. 3 to 4 acres. 
643-5508. _ 

TOWNHOUSES zoned! LOT 
I00'x130' 611 Sturdee. Esquimalt. 
$37,500 . 3a3-86l3. or 656-2115. 


Make an offer 

On this baavtifui V9 bc. tot. Ships 
Point, Feimv Bev. Baeutifuiiy 1 
treed — one block from bssch trtd 
oyster bodt. Power, light and 
, water on edge of lot/ surfaced 
roads, close to Nanaimo and Cour- 
: tenav. Asking $11,919 but vgndor 
! will look at all offers, vary anxlou* 

! to sell. Phone now for <l«lalts: 

; 3M-44SI, »3-91|t. 

i Clare Palmer 

i CgNT URY 21 J. D, BOSP ET LTD. 

5 AND U AdRBS— ; 

■ SAANI<3I 

SPECTACULAR VIEWS ' 

OF BRKNTWOOD WATER , 
Traod avaaft, fuliv- tarvicad, with 
hydro, falepnene, cnbiovlslon, pro- 
ducina woHi and pavad read. Aisg 
. pare tested. Three 5-acre lots at 
approx. 465,900. One 1116 acre lot 
with housa for 515,000. Fantastic 
value and exetiienf' ffnanclna- 
For appolntmant or Information, 
John Ken natt, 3144)131, 395-1491 ._[ 

'protected 

CREEK - 2 LOTS 

One 5>acra tot with adiolnlng lot of ' 
4.6 acres. Lend 1$ trg^, not rocky, 

I v^h log cabin wfth ftraalace 
on the banka of an ever running 
1 Lraek. MLS 25392. Asking M4,90(r 
Also adioining S-ecr# parcels eveii- 
A able. Phbne now on these 'get 
av^ from it air propartiea qniv 
4$ mlnu^ from ettv cantrg^. Call 
Cliff Salmood at GARDNER RE¬ 
ALTY LTD. 3 9B7721 or 477-363f 

, 5 AC^ S 

i CP:NTRAL SAANICH 

Need Space? 5 acres of lend and » 
S-vear*old house comprise part of 
this block. 3 bedrooms. 3 
' bathrooms, full cement basement 
reedv for future development. 1335 
ao. tf. on main. Shake roof. Small 
shed with stalls for three aninuls. 
chicken house. If you're IppkjM 
for space end eociusien at 9114.900 
this mov be It. Ta view eallMAR- 
GAPET JOHNSTON 394-9001 or 
Res. 4 77-17 63 .Royat Trust. _ 

,*() ACRES 

Plus beautiful modern ranch houea 
of aoproximataiy 3.600 sq. ft. with 
a large pool 24x46. Good grew- 
house end 10,000 sq. H. melel 
barn. All this end more, titueted 
on some of the island's choicest 
lend near Ardmora. Excellent for 
reisinq nersai c dairy farm, etc. 

To view this fine property caH 
BILL JENSEN or ALMER 
OLSON. Revel Truet, 394-0001. 

EXCELLENT LAND 
Laval, arable, 3 ecree. te^sd, 
trull trees. On the outskirts of Sid¬ 
ney. 1700 sq. fl. home way back 
from the road, so It's aulat. Haa 
older barn and work shop. Try 
your hand al orowina btrrits. 
market gerden. chickens. Pottery, 
etc. LOUISE ‘ WILTERMUTH 
477-6307. FLO PELLING 384-5024. 
CASTLE PROPERTIES 386-6164. 

shawigan 

Almost 10 beaulitui acres on both 
aides ot West Shewnloen Lake 
Road. Lots ot posslbilftle*. Well 
treed — good building sitae. A 
pleasure ts live there now — o 
canny Investment for the future. 
595-5171 JACK GRANT 477-9172 
995-5171 TED BROWNE 650-9413 
Canada Trust 

10 AI^E VIEW LOTS 
CI/NTRAL SAANICH 
$69,900 

TERMS AVAILABLE 
Pleeet coll RICK HAWKES, Doug¬ 
las Hawkes Ltd.. 304-7139. reti- 

dence 477-9659. _ 

SITUATED ON TH'e b'eAUTIFUL 
Cowkhen River. 4.69 eerfs of se¬ 
clusion wMh 290 teat Of rivortront. 
Second growth timber. <3eed 
choice of buUdlng sites. 7M-1739. 

^3.3 ACRES — SOOKE 

e ordering veer-round stream. 

ery secluded. Treed. Well priced 
al 424.9 00. 6S 3-436I. _ 

fTne executi've* ho'mb, 
north Saanich, trade down to 
smaller home or lot. After 4 p.m., 
65^Sa7. _ _ _ 

CHOICE AREA, 7.32 ACRES, 5105 
Old West Road. Reedy for build¬ 
ing. $80,000. 479-4566, _ 

2H5 rPOSLAND y 

PROPERTIES 

ON 2 ACRES WITH TROUT 
pond, spring led. Mill Bev Phee. 
ivv covered California rancher 
with sweeping view. Plenty ot 
trees, unlimited water supply. 
Home Is soacious two bedrooms 
with front to beck living room, 
featuring massive floor fo colling 
used brick fireplace, beamed .ceil¬ 
ings. glass slider te suhny petlo. 
Tastefully landscaped end double 
oarage plus double carport. All 
complete with shake ro^. A reel 
value ql only 465,000. For quick 

sale. Call 743-9711 to view. _ 

DOLPHIN BEACH ESTATES 
Unique sites for summer or retire¬ 
ment home. 4 miles scenic wa¬ 
terfront. marine, centrally locatod- 
Interior tots from 411,500 — water¬ 
front from 442,500. sliet .» to I'/s 
acres, located on Nenoose Peninsu¬ 
la between Perksvilic end Nenal- 


59 Station St. 

Duncan, B.C. 

Price elashad tor quick sale. 2 
2-acre lots wHh unobstructed val- 
toy and mauntgin views |u|f narth 
of Duncan. 414,900 each. The 1^- 
manent, 51 Station St., Duncan, 
749-8105. _ 

ARTIST. \l'RrrER. 
MUSICIAN. OR ? 
Unique 3 bedroom ca<lar chalet 
nestled among Arbufua, Oak, and 
Fir, on a rocky stope evartpokfna 
Cowichan Bay. Oeetgnad with 
decks and laraa window areas te 
taka advantage of tho sunny south¬ 
ern exposure. 2.03 acres, mostly in 
natural state wrfth beautiful rock 
gardens and a graenheuta clesa to 
tho house. 439,500. 

To view pieaM _phono Paul Os¬ 
borne, J. H .WHITTOME and CO., 
LIMITED, 7464161 eves. 746-5339 
Duncan.. 

QUALICUM BEACH VILLAGE. 3 
btdreome, IW bathe, w-w throu^- 
out, fireplace. One lovtl. Aakina 
444,500. Will take lot at down pay- 
mei^ P hone (112) 723-B411. 

P E AR SON-JOH N STON E 
AND ASSOC. LTD. 
Parksville Quellcum 

240-3316 733-6964 


AND WANTED 

PRIVATe~BY"bWNE«B “iV-ACRE 
(arm. OWftatd «ead. IM tauara 
feet ranch>6tvlf homa with walk in 
heatheraa y paoT and IPiG}' in- 
daer pool. One largo htt^ wark- 
ehop. 3 bams. 1 with <fr1vt-in Mv 
tett and stalls ar loafing under- 
naath. Praaartv fa camatataiy 
fenced and creae ^ncad with yaar- 
revM creaks. PltMe ar# undar ir- 
ri^ian from a spNnaJad lake 
wf)ch le atackad vdth raMbaw 
trout. RMIna tbrpunh park- 
oraa. PW price. 
$310400. PNwn days at 692-3^ or 
evontnas, 6s-239Tr 


SELL IT 
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iue*dti>. Jul> Zb, igr« 

8fl Gt U'* ISLAND 
PROPERTIES 

1.94 to 2.34 
ACRES, $22,000 eo. 


Why I ___ _ 

tall and the air ta aura. Aa a* 
424t0 Ooanaayfwan t . calT ma 
newj may want (asfT MLJ. 

OC96MBN I B L A N D OCKM4 
trantaaa wttb 3 iadraam aotfaaa. 
$4l 4g: nuBS^gr _ 

9 B 4 MAINLAND AND OUT 
OP FROVINCB 
PROPEBTIEl 
5.5 acres~st'ream, wo6o%. 

views af sfrolta and Mdwnt iafcdr. 
UtlilNds. OMBO ddr dcrd. Will 
carry tain at i% . Part Anaolae. 
206^-147$. 


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m GULF ISLAND 
PROPERTIES 

MUDGE ISLAND 

100 tl. watarfrontaga. 250 H. deep, 
good beach, tall treat, afactricHy. 
Offered at 12.000 down and 4179 

"ruxton island 

Excaprianal buy on a beautiful wa¬ 
terfront ioomMO h. lot prkad for 
immadlata Mia at $14^. 

MUDGE ISLAND 

Five acres, southern axpoaura, 300 
ft. waterfront, 439,500. 

RUXTON ISLAND 

1'.^ acre* sami-watarfront, owner 
dasperata, 45400 or offer! 

For informtion phone Gian Gallo¬ 
way personally at Nanaimo Raalty 
Co. Ltd. Box 510, Nanaimo, B.C;. 
collect at 754-3311 or 7S0-S537. 


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This two bedroom homo has bean 
extensively renovated featuring 
new roof, oliintblno. kitchen, tom- 
pietely insulated end rewired wnkh 
inciudM range- hot wttar and 
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PARKSVILLE NEAR OCEAN 
end Englisnman Rfvar, 3100 sq. ft. 
Cedar and stone sptIMeval hom^ 5 
bedrooms, i'-. beth$, unMn livine 
room, stone fireoiOcO, gintno room, 
kitchen, countertop ranee, wall 
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PARKSVILLE 

for rent with option to buy. Two- 
bedroom bunaaiaw oawlv docerai-. 
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acre on island Highway in Parks- 
viile. Large office and workshop. 
Phone Victoria. 453-1563 or 
479-2209. envtime. 

nTed'a H0ME"iN LADYSMITH? 
New three bPdroom. clpea to 
school end shopping areas. Uw 
(town oeyments. low morithlv pay- 
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36 JDiU? CoUniBt VKJloiia. B.Ci, lucMluy. July JS. WH 


Deaths and funerals 


DEATHS ud 

rUNEBALS 


•OOACRT — On hHv 2>r^ 
ft HmMm ^.C. Mr. 

cMn« j* Caned* in ♦fH- ^ 
fMSvrwM aeteneer loeMf in 
Cc^ loftwelffii veeri. wMr- 
(ne •» Me M* el 73 veere.ftwn 

•emiefd. nriMcMeed br ni* 
icviM «(ft In 1«?1 he It tur- 
bv • braNier, ^ mi e 
titter. Leenlint M Mielum. 

WIMred. Nornven 
Sixteen 



Funerel <_- 

rtneetnentt. 

SANDS — 1 


et l:» 
iterel Che^ wIM 
effkif 


FwnereT tervice wilt be hem 90 
TueedM. JUlv MM et 1:30 e.m. m 
Meywerd'e Thornton and Irvine 
CneeeL IMS Quedre at ftelmeral. 
Cremaneik Flewere braiefultv de¬ 
clined. 


MOWN—In Me Revtl Jubilee 
Haeeitei. Vkterta. d.C.. on Jwiv 
sTien. lii%, Dereltnr H. irewrn 
ot 1S7S beeM St., bem M Men- 
checter. Eniland. She leeeae bar 
levin* tMNbend' Kyle et ho«ne. 
She wee lecrelary el Ntneimo 
Cancer ClMc. 

Funeral eervlca In McCall Srot. 
Chapel. Jobneen ^ Vnaceuver 
Stt. on Wed.. JWy V at 1:0D P.m. 
with the Ven. Arch. 6 . H. Green- 
haieh otfKIatlna. (Fiowere er***' 
fully dacIMad. Oenaflent. it de- 
aired, may be made to Me Cancer 
Fund, S9 Celedonie Ave.) 


Teneni-er-Arma n.c.n. iKviirouj, 

aeed 47 yeert. FMted away tud- 
denly ivrt J4, IFT?, at Me Revel 
JublUe Heepitel. He It turvived 
by hit ievMe wife irlt. et home; 
ipn Ivan, Teronte. deMhter 
Tenl. Halifax: tMert Carrie 
Fwfby,' Vancouver, **— 
denMt. Montane ei 
children. 

Reoulem Mete wii 

Our Lebr Queen of 1 - . 

M Old Etgui^if Road. Wednet- 
day, July V, et 11 e.m. In lieu of 
fiewere dDneftone to Me cherlty of 
your cheica would be aoprecleied 


MEMORIA L SERVICES LTD. 

F«AYNE — KetW^ L. Vic¬ 
toria, E.C peacefully et Victoria 
General HMpnei on July 24th. 
1077 aged D^yeert. Fredeceesed 
by her paientt. Mr. and Mr*. 
Arthur Fremej etto one titter, 
Oorlt Dev, Survived bv. one 
brother, Geo^ end titter, 
Avice Anderton both of Leth- 
brldpe. Also her titter 

Eitle (Vktorie) nephew* end 
niocet. Mlu Freyne we* a 
member of St. Columba Anglican 
Church end we* e teacher in 
Lethbridee end dittrict for many 
yean. 

^morlel tervice will be held 
Wednetdey, July 37th at 2:00 p.m. 
In St. Columba Anglican Church, 
Weat bumtide Rd., Victoria. Rev. 
J. baker ottlcletino. Cremation. 
Flower* orMefully oKilned, dona¬ 
tion* may be made to Me Cenedi- 
en Cancer Society. bSf ^ledonia 
Ave. Arrenfe n iemt tbroueh Mem> 
rial ^ofy of b.C. atS FIRST 
MEM^IAL SERVICES LTD. 


OILL-ln Victoria. b.C., on July 
23, 1*77, Georee Hewy Gin. aeeb 
•0 yeert, of 4n-J1Sf Sholbourne 
St. loavot hit loving wife 
Fiorerene »n Rayn^ond of Rich¬ 
mond, b.C.: aiao 3 fraodtont. 
Ht wat ampioyad bv Mt brevlrv- 
clal Govarnmart for II yaert end 
wft a member of Star of the 
West LedM AF S AM No. 61, 
B.C.R.. Nebuw. and Granite 
Lodge AF No. 154. B.C.R. 
Neiion. for SB year*. He wa* • 
tormar realdant of Nakutp and 
Nelton aince It23 and had re¬ 
sided in Victoria for the past a 

^unval eervlca In the FAMILY 
CHAPEL Of McCall broa. on Tuas- 
dey, July 34 at 2:00 P.m. (Flowers 
ertfefuily declined. Donation*, it 
dceii^, may be made to the 
Heart Fund, 1001 Blansnard Si.) 


' Annie MexweM _ _ 

_ fttt year, born In Newce*- 
ttoon-fyne. B n eiewd. end a reel- 
dent ef Victoria tor Me pest 25 - 
veer% fermeny a retloent at 
benH. Aitfr far 35 mrt. She 
leeuee two brefRera* Edwin end 
thn Maxwell iiwka bom of 


DEATHS Md 
tUNKRAlA 


July S4fh. John Pelan jamet. 
asM M yafr* of MacDon^ 
Drive. He Wevee nit hMne wife. 
Eiita^h. ard three erend- 
chiiow. CynthTe Farvuturean of 
Monireol and John end Elliebeth 
FerouheraDn bafh ef Toronto 
ftetort Mt reffrement, Mr. 
jemet wet menaeer et C.I.b.C 
•n ee t tem Canada. 

Privefe feiwly tervice will be 
held on WoWieadey July 27M In 
Heyward't Themton end irvMe 
Chapel, followed by cremeiien. 
Piewert eralefuily declined. 

NGAl—In Vlcierle. b.C., on July 
h. 1177, NeM Len Pen J^k, 

X n yeert. bom on Coal 
id. b.C., late reeidance, 
537>.y Pitgerd $t. He leavot hi* 
titter. Mrt. Mon Low. victoria, 
B.C., lovtral niactt. naohewt 

larviaMn*'M# SentN Mortuary 
LimHed, "Chepal ef Chimet” on 
Toetdev. JuiySa, lf77 at i:ao e.m 
Rev. Slu-Men Lee Sffkieting. in. 
torment el the Royal Oak burial 
Park. 

SAMDS-VICTORIA 


S 10 FI XKEAL DIRlXZrOR'< 

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Sir MONUMENTAL8 


GRIFFITHS — In Victoria at 
Royal JubltM HMPttbJ on July 
25. 197^ David Thomas Griffiths 
in hit 71th veer, late oi 2941 
Earl Grey tt.. a long time re¬ 
sident. AAr. GrIffIMt wat born in 
Wrexham. NorM Wales and had 
been a reetdent of Vicforta since 
19te. UrfO In Me First World 
war wiM Me Canadian Expedi- 
tionary Force, a member of the 
Brotherhood ol Mduldert' Union 
for 35 yeert and a member of 
Victoria Lo^e No. 1, l.O.O.F. 
Survive bv his loving wife. 
Deri*; 2 tons, Wayne of Victoria 
end Robin of MecKenzle; 2 
grandchildren. David end Erin 
of MacKonde; ilttar, Mr*. Win¬ 
nie Smith of Victoria, niece* end 


Funeral tarvka will be held 
Thursday, July 3tth at 3 p.m. in 
CUNNINGHAM FUNERAL CHAP¬ 
EL under Ma Autoicet of the in¬ 
dependent Order of Oddfellows. 
Vkt^la LodM No. 1. Flowers 
eratefully declined, donations may 
be made to the Heart fund or to a 
charity of own choice. Cremation. 

LODGE FUNERAL NOTICE 
Officers and members of Victoria 
Lodge Na ). l.O.O.F. arc reouest- 
ed to attend the funeral service for 
the late bro. David Thomas Grif¬ 
fiths on Thursday. July Wh, at 2 
P.M. in CUNNINGHAM FUNER¬ 
AL CHAPEL. 

HObbS — Edgar A Hobbt. aged 
74 veers, patted away peacefully 
at home In Victoria, B.C.. on 
July 2 ltt, 1977. He it turvived bv 
hit lovirtg wife Hilda, at home, 
ton brltn and deughter-ln-iew 
Donne of Victoria, son Grant 
and dauafifer-irwiaw Oaohne of 
Shawnigan Lakt and six grand- 
chlldran. Ho was long associated 
with the F. W. Wooiwortn Co. 
Ltd., and witl ba remembered by 
many, et manegtr of the Vic¬ 
toria store. He wet a member of 
fhe Rotary Club of Victoria end 
a devoted vmrkinq member of 
First BiptiSt Church. 

Funertl tervictt will bt held in 
the tam^uary of First baptist 
Church, corner of Quadra and 
North Park Street on Tuetdev, 
July 2aM at 3 p.m.; Rev. John A. 
Wation officiating. Cremation to 
fellow. Flowers gratefully decilneo. 
Sands. Victoria In charge of er- 
rangementt^ 


General 
long tlr 


_ _ —- - -Jly 23. If.- 

long tlm^ ratldent Avt. G. P 
(Peart) Player aaod ai years 
PM formarty of W Ruparf Ter¬ 
race. Mrs. Player wet barn In 
walla wall*. waMinafon and 
had bean a retUten* « Victoria 
tine# ini. Pradacaend by her 

5!jasS!,‘^!5er.“’En“ST5* 

Survived by 2 tons. Francla of 
Tampa. Arfjona and EIIIoH at 
Treii, B.C; i grandchildren and 
5 great grandchildren. 

Funeral service will be held 
WedniidPy, July 27M at 1:M p.m. 
in The Law dnapel, Christ Church 
Cathadrai wiM tha Vatv Rev. 
Doan b.W. Whitlow offlcTating foi- 
iewad by cremation. Flowers 
gratefully declined, thoee wlahing 
may centrlbula to a charity of own 
chek* or to Roeo Manor, 157 Ru¬ 
pert Terrace. CUNNINGHAM 
FUNNERAL CHAPEL In charge 
of arrangements. 

RAWLES — In Victoria el victoria 
General HotPilal on July 24. 
1977. Mrs. DoroMy Dagmar 
Rawtot aeed M years and late oi 
Matson Lodge. Survived by 
daughter Phvrit (Mrs. J.E. 
Critter) ef Vancouver: 2 grand- 
chtidren. Michael and family, 
erttanlly of Hong Kong, and 
Wendy, Barbara of Saakatcha- 

Fi-nerat service will be held 
Tuesday. July 3aM at 4:3e p.m. in 
51. Saviour's Church, 310 Henry St. 
wIM G. A. C^tc Jonas officiating 
astisttd bv Rov. Jafw Vkkers. 
Cremation. CUNNINGHAM 
FUNERAL CHAPEL in charge of 
irrangemantt. 


WARREN — In Victoria, B.C. on 
July 22. i9TJ, Herbert Edward 
Warren. He wat pradoceatad by 
hit Sarah in June 1975. He 
is turvived by hit sitter and 
brother-ln-taw Fred end Dorothy 
Wortley end sitter-ln-iaw Mr*. 
Kathleen Warren all of Victoria. 
Mr. warren wat a member of 
the B.C. Hydro Pensioner' Atso- 
cietion. 

Funeral service will bt held on 
Tuesday July 24, 1977 at 1:00 p.m. 
in McCall Bros. FAMILY CHAP- 
EL. followad by cremation. 

SOH-A CARDS OF THANKS 

We wish to oxpress our sincere 
eoeraciation to our mony friends 
and neighbour* far their letters, 
cards and kin* cxpratelont ef 
sympathy lor the lott of our hus¬ 
band, father end gfandfather. Wh- 
frtd J. Orchard. Special thanks to 
Dr*. Horton and Pewtll and At- 
sociates and staff of Me Royal 
Jubiiae Hospital tor their cere end 
consideralloA; the members of 
United Services Lodge A.f. end 
A.M. No. 34 BCR; Me pallbeargrs; 
Reverend Hugh Huntar tor hi* 
sympathetic underttandlne and 
McCall Brothers. — Dorothy Or- 
cha rd tnd family. _ 

JO* IN MF..MORUM 

OAL^N—In nsemory of 

Alien who patted away July 34. 
1971 

There is e link 
Death cannot saver. 

Love and Remembrance 
Last forever. 

AAom. 


of a wonderful wife. Mother end 
Nenna. who pateed away July 
26. 19^. 

There ft e link dtatn ctnnof 
sever. 

Love and remembrance lest for¬ 
ever. 

—Ever remembered by her loving 
husband, Geoff, and all her tern- 
lly. 


ROACH—In memory of a loving 
husband and father who Pissed 
awiv July 25. 1972. 

Deep in the heart lies e picture 
of a loved orve laid to rest 
In memory's frame we shell 
keep it 

Because he was one of Me best 
—Viol*. Cherle, and family. 




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CHURCH 

WARREN, Mr. Herbtrt Edward 

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OEPINCE C09«BTRUCTION 
<mi> LIMITED 

PROJECTS: At CFB Esquimau. 

^B.C. 

i (a) Reroof and Repair 7 Buildings 
I (Work Point/Nedan) 

I File: ES 770 10 

(b) Renovations to Building SS. 
Dockyard 
File: ES 704 10 

INDIVIDUAL SEALED TEN- 
DE RS, marked at to contant addrat- 
sed to the undersigned mutt ba 
received not later than 3:00 p.m. 
E O T. FRIDAY; AUGUST 19, 1977. 

1 Plant, tpacificationt and landar 
.forms will be avallabl* for viewing 
at Construction Association* at Van¬ 
couver, Victoria and DCL Van- 
couvar and Victoria Branch Officat. 
Tender documents may be obtained 
1-by Prime Contrectors only from 
' DCL Plan* Section, Ottawa, at th* 

, addrtt* below on deposit of S25.00 
payable to Defence Construction 
(1951) Limited for eech set for each 
proiact. (For tender document* call 
Area Code 6I3-992-BS87.) 

Security deposit * 1 . called for In 
the Tender Document* mutt accom¬ 
pany tenders. 

' W. J. Mulock. Secretary, 
Defence Construction (1951) 
Limited 

725 Metcalfe Street, 

Ottawa, Ontario. K1A0K3. 



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THE ROYAL CANADIAN 
MOUNTED POLICE 
invite quotations for ttw manufac- 
tura. dailvary and aracHon ef two 
doubt* wide mobile homes of not leu 
then 134b grou squere feet end not 
more then 144bgrou squerbleetbt: 
Masset. B.C. 

Specifications may be ebtelned 
from: 

CO "B" Division, R.C.M. POLICE, 
1091 Fort Street, 

Victoria. B.C. 

VfV 3K7 

Attantioni Property Management 
Telephone; m-sm 
Tenders must be received by 4:X 
p.m. Friday, August IS, 1V77 


THEY SHALL GROW NOT OLD 
AS WE WHO ARE LEFT GROAf 
OLD, AGE SHALL NOT WEARY 
THEM, NOR THE YEAR'S CON 
DEMN. AT THE GOING DOWN 
OF THE SUN. AND IN THE 
MORNING. WE WILL REMEM¬ 
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15c Daily, 30c Sunday 


Munro pledges 

new controls 
against guards 


OTTAWA (CP) — The federal government 
intends to do evei^hing possible to make sure that 
incidents such as the shooting of eight strikers at the 
Robin Hood Multi-Foods Ltd. flour mill in Montreal 
are not i-epeated, Labor Minister John Munro said 
Monday. 



JWpr ICBC probe: 

> ^ r - * -^4 _ _ 

McGeer 
mounties 




Tribes 

knife 

history 

IGNACIO. Cbk). (UPD 
— Oklahoma Comanchea 
dancad the rarely-per> 
formed Black Knife 
Dance under darkened 
skies and tribal leaders 
smoked a sacred peace 
pipe Sunday to celebrate 
an historice peace treaty 
sigTied with the Ute Indian 
Nation. 

•'Now we are an as 
one,” Melvin Kerchee, 
head ot the Chmanche 
War Dance Society, told 
assembled Indians form 
the center of an arena 
formed by a pine log 
arbor and top^ with 
aspen branches. 

“Our blood is red. we 
are red,” Kerchee aaid. 
“May the grass never 
grow on the path between, 
us. I w*ant you to teU your 
children what happened 
here today.” 

The Ute-Comanche 
peace treaty fuIUls the 
commitment of the tribes’ 
ancestors, whe met a cen¬ 
tury ago on the Texas 
Panhandle to sign a shni- 
lar pact. Folklore of both 
tribes say the ceremony 
ended in hand-tohand 
combat started by a long 
rifle shot Are by an un¬ 
known brave. 

More than diree dozen 
Comanche men and 
women completed Sun¬ 
day's ceremony by per¬ 
forming the Tu-whee 
(^ack lOiife) Dance to 
the accompaniment of In¬ 
dian drum and song. The 
dance, signifying a crow’s 
warning of intruders, was 
perfrwmed for only the 
fourth time since 1918. 


But Munro said he was not 
sure whether Ottawa or the 
provinces had the jurisdiction 
to I^Uy prevent security 
guards from using arms 
against strikers during an in¬ 
dustrial dispute. 

Munro told reporters there 
was no question that compa¬ 
nies had the right to hire 
guards to protect their prop¬ 
erty. 

But the key question was to 
what extent company owners 
could go to protect their prop¬ 
erty, and the courts had aP 
ready ruled that the use of 
shotguns was recessive, 
Munro said. 

Munro said he would attach 
no bftame for the shooting ii>- 
cident Friday until “all the 
facts are in.” adding that it 
would not help now to con¬ 
demn Robin Hood. 

Quebec has already indicat¬ 
ed it would conduct a thor¬ 
ough inquiry into the shooting. 

As well, MUnro said Ms de¬ 
partment was conducting an 
informal inquiry. 

The eight were shot after 
strikara. who have bean out 
on the picket hne staioa Febru¬ 
ary, charged die mfll’s gataa. 

Three of the security guards 
hired to protect the plant 
pleaded not guilty Saturd^ to 
charges of discharging a 
firearm with the intent to 
wound or maim. 

Munro met with officials of 
the Confederation of Nationa] 
Trade Unions for two hours 
late Monday but could not 
persuade the federation to en¬ 
courage workers at two (rf 
four strikebound flour mills to 
go beck to work. 

The special meeting at 
Munro’s c^Sce here was ar¬ 
ranged at the request of the 
CNTU following the Robin 
Hood shooting. 

The labor minister asked 
the CNTU to encourage 
workers at Rienlx Flour Ltd, 
and Ogilvie Mills LM. to sign 
a recently concluded back-to- 
work pact and return to their 
jobs, a source in Munro’s del- 
egatkn said. The signing of 
the pact had been scheduled 
tor last Friday, but was de- 

Page 3 — RoUa 



Oh, mud fun 


Oiaryca Forister, 11, made big splash in slip-and- 
slide contest in Nashville, Tenn. aie and 4CI0 other 
children were ^stered with mud in competition 
sponsored by city’s parks and recreation depart¬ 
ment and wax company. 


Ceasefire holding, 
Egypt’s Sadat 


By JT>I HUME 

The RCMP has launched a 
full investigatiem into possible 
fraud charges at the Insur¬ 
ance Cbrp. ot B.C. and will 
try to find out bow confiden¬ 
tial documents got into the 
hands of the NDP — Ednca- 
Uoo Mtalster Pat McGeer, the 
mao Id charge of lOBO. 

The RCMP has not 
launched a full investigation 
into fraud allegations at ICBC 
or into the missing documents 
— itenior BCMP officers la 
Vancouver and Victoria. 

Responsibility for the 
launching of a full fraud 
investigatim and the missing 
confidential file docummts 
lies with Attorney-General 
Garde Gardom — David Bar¬ 
rett, WUIIam King. Alex Mac¬ 
donald, ail members of the 
NDP Opposition. 

Responsibility for the 
launching of a fraud case lies 
with ICBC, not the attorney 
general — Attorney - Oeaeral 
Garde Gardmn and McGeer. 

A fraud case could be or¬ 
dered started by the attorney- 
general : it could also be insti¬ 
tuted by the directors of 
ICBC; — Senior RCMP of¬ 
ficials ia VIctorls and Van- 


says 


• War hurting Soviet UnloB. 
Page 3 


CAIRO (AP) — Egypt said 
Monday that a ceasefire or¬ 
dered by President Anwar 
Sadat in the Elgyptian-Iibyan 
feud was holding firm and de¬ 
eded a Libyan report ctf con¬ 
tinued fighting at a desert 
oasis. 

“No military operations 
took place inside Libyan terri¬ 
tory or on the Egyptian- 
Lobyan border after the cease- 


Socred tax dodger 
draws $5,050 fine 


GRANBY, Que. (C2P) — So- 
cial Credit MP Gilbert Rim- 
deau, 49, was fined ^,(£0 in 
sessions court Monday on 17 
counts of fi:*audulent tax eva¬ 
sion in connection with a 
party fund-raising sohema. 

In handing down the sen¬ 
tence. Judge Yvon Roberge 
said that “it is only after long 
hesitation . . . that I decided 
to impose a fine otdy." 

Roberge lectured Rondeau, 
dressed in a grey-checked 
suit, on what he described as 
the gravity of Ws offence 
which he said involved “be¬ 
traying the confidence 
those who elected him.” 

Ito said the sentence must 
be “the most severe” in the 
case of “political men who 
circumvent for political ends 
the laws whidi they them¬ 
selves have passed.” 

The judge noted in particu¬ 
lar that Rondeau committed 
the crime with premWitation 
and that he was at “a high 
level in the hierarchy . . . and 
one of the instigaton of the 
affair.” 

Rondeau was charged last 
September along witK Isidore 
Allard. Social Credit MP for 
Rimouski, and 16 members of 



Rondeau 


the party’s Quebec wing with 
defrauding the federal gov¬ 
ernment of a total of $96,610. 

However, Roberge noted 
that the MP had not obtained 
any personal financial bene¬ 
fits the fraud. Rondeau 
was convicted on 17 charges 
last week. 

After being sentmeed, R<m- 
deau remained in a court 
chamber with his lawyer for 
almost an hour until many of 
the group of waiting repcBlers 
had left. 

l\*hen he emerged, his only 
comment was: “I want to be 
left in peace. That’s clear 
enou^, isn’t it?” 


fire went Into effect at 9 p.m. 
Sunday,” a military spokes¬ 
man in Cairo said. 

“Our forces are strickly ob¬ 
serving the ceasefire order.” 

i&i Rome, UlTyan Ambas¬ 
sador Kadri El Atrash t(dd a 
new’s conference fighting was 
still going on at the A1 Kufra 
oasis, nearly 100 miles inside 
Libya, with Egyptian para¬ 
troopers trying to occupy the 
area. 

He sasd Libyan forejn rout¬ 
ed Egyptian paratroopers 
from the A1 Jaghbub oasis, 
capturing some and sending 
the others fleeing into the 
desert. A1 Jaghbub is 20 miles 
inside Libya. 

Cairo radio said Sunday 
night that all Elgyptian forces 
withdrew from lilbyan soul 
after Sadat ordered an imme¬ 
diate end to hostitities. 

The Palestine Liberation 
Organization announced here 
Mcnday that ti% shuttle diplo¬ 
macy of PLO leader Yasser 
Arafat resulted in a three- 
point ceasefire on both sides. 
No details were announced. 

Reporters have been barred 
from the 800-mile-long desert 
frontier since fighting erupted 
six days ago. There has been 
no Independent confirmation 
of (xxrflkting claims about the 
fighting issued by Libya and 
Egypt. 

The Libyan ambassador in 
Rome said there could be no 
ceasefire until Algerian Pres¬ 
ident Houari Boumedienne. 
who has been acting as medi¬ 
ator along with Arafat, re¬ 
ports back to Libyan leader 
Col, Moammar Khadafy. Bou¬ 
medienne visited first Tripoli. 


then Egypt in his mediation 
attempt. He left Egypt for 
TripoU on M(xiday. 


Inside 

Ottawa fights back 
in battle of words 

—Page 3 

ICBC controversy 
takes new twist 

—Page 7 

l\ew bill aims 
to save heritage 

—^Page 20 

Anglers protest 
derby handicaps 
—King Flsheiman, 21 



P»«e 

Background 

5 

Bridge 

26 

Clafudfied 

35-86 

Cornice 

2* 

Croesnord 

28 

Editorials 

4 

Eulertainment 

33 

Family 

19 

Hnanco 

10, 11 

Kiug l-mherman 

3! 

Murine (.'aiendar 

6 

Provlnctul Court 

6 

Sports 

14-17. 23 





McGeer 
‘NDP mystery’ 


Alex Macdonald reminded 
the house that former U.S. 
president Richard Nixem tried 
to stifle people who leaked 
documents of public impor¬ 
tance during the early days of 
Watergate. He said there was 
a similar cover-up in B.C re- 
gardlr^ the ICBC claims and 
alleged interference by 
Kerster. 

McGeer blasted the NDP 
for cemtinuing to leak docu¬ 
ments and ask questions 
about other files when simple 
questions to his office would 
provide them with «ny files 
they wanted to see, “pr^^ng 
you use them in a respcmsible 
manner.” 

He told the house that the 
first lime he heard of the Sur¬ 
rey Dodge — Kerster incident 
was in May when he w'as “in¬ 
formed that the files had been 

Page 2 — McGeer 


TNvd meetings have been 
held between the RCMP and 
ICBC regarding the possible 
investigation of the fraud and 
missing paper incidents ^ 
McGeer. 

No request for ■ the launch¬ 
ing of an investigation into 
the charges mentioned and 
“there has been no complaint 
to my knowledge.” — Senior 
Don-coihmlasioiied officer. 
Lower Malalaad BCMP. 

“it is my understanding 
that two me^ngs have beeb 
held, that the ROMP c<Mnmer- 
cial fraud squad is involved, 
that there will be more meet¬ 
ings tomorrow (today) and I 
want you to know that I would 
like to see a full, awescune, 
sweeping investigation into 
this entire file issue. But I 
don’t command the RCMP, I 
don’t order them around. I’m 
just telling you what has hap¬ 
pened to my knowledge.” —^ 
McGeer. 

.‘Xnd that is the way the 
ICBC — Surrey Dod^ — 
George Kerster missing 
files saga looked late Monday 
ni^t as the Legislature con¬ 
tinued to batter away at 
McGeer with chaiges of in¬ 
competence. 

During the course of the af¬ 
ternoon and late evening de¬ 
bate. McGeer told the house 
that an RCMP investigation 
had been started last Friday. 
Ibat statement was chal¬ 
lenged by the NDP who made 
their own telephone checks to 
the RCMP and could trace no 
evidence that a full investiga¬ 
tion was under way. 

Under discussion is the set¬ 
tling of a claim made by Sur¬ 
rey Dodge in 1976. The NDP 
claims payment was made to 
the automobile oxnpany after 
undue pressure applied by 
Kerster (SC-^^uitlam>. 

For close to two weeks now. 
the NDP has been tabling a 
steady stream of documents 
from ICBC claims files involv¬ 
ing the case. McGeer claims 
those documents were stolen: 
the New Demou'ats claim 
they were handed to them by 
responsible citizens concerned 
with ICBC mismanagement. 


Third suspect 
in teen deaths 


CfflLLIWACK (OP) — 
RCMP in Penticton have 
arrested a 26-yeanold Van¬ 
couver man for questioning in 
connection with the shooting 
last Monday of two, possibly 
four, teenagers just east o£ 
here. 

Police said the man, who 
fits the description given po¬ 
lice by the only known sur¬ 
vivor of the attack, was 
arrested early Monday and is 
being transferred to Agassiz 
for questioning. 

There w’ere reports that a 
ring taken from the man was 
tmtatively identified as one 
belonging to 16-year-old Leola 
Guliker, one of two teenagers 
missing since the incident. 
RCMP in PCTticton confirmed 
that a ring was taken from 
the man but would not say to 
whom it belonged. 

Police said the man was 
taken into custody about 3 
a.m. Monday after local resi¬ 
dents had retried seeing 
someone fitting the descrip- 
liOT of the suspected killer. 

He is the third suspect 
arrested in connection with 
the slajings. The other two — 
a Id-year-old man from Cai-.. 


gary arrested In Vancouver 
Saturday and a.^ 28-year-old 
man arrested in North Van¬ 
couver last week — were re¬ 
leased after questi<ming. 

Police are still looking for 
Leola Guliker and John Den 
Hertog, 16. who were sitting 
with three others on the bcuiks 
of the Fraser River last Mon¬ 
day night when a gunman ap¬ 
peared out of the bush and 
began shooting. 

Ed Menger. 15. ran to a 
nearby farmhouse but his 
brother Egbert and Elv’ert Den 
Hertog, both 19, were shot. 
Their bodies were recovered 
from the Fraser the next day. 

But police have found no 
trace of the two 16-year-olds. 

A report from a girl who 
said she saw twY> people in the 
truck the killer used to flee 
the scene has led police to 
consider the possibility that 
one of the two might have 
been abducted and mi^t still 
be alive. 

RCMP officers w-atched Sat¬ 
urday as 7^ people gathered 
for the funeral of Menger and 
Dan Hertog. The two youths 
were buried side-by-side in a 
cemetery three miles east of 
here. 


Farmers win 
case for acre 


OTTAWA (CP) — The go\- 
emment bowed to pressure 
from Western farmers and 
MPs Monday, amending its 
metric ccwtversion bill so that 
grain producers can keep 
using the acre as their oflicial 
unit of land measurement. 

The Commons erupted with 
cheers from Consenati\e 
MPs as Len Marchand. min¬ 
ister responsible for -the bill, 
announc^ tlie change. West- 


Wolfe’s ads jumped the gun, NDP charges 


With one legislative hassle barely out of the 
way, and another refeiTed to committee for study, 
Norman Levi (NDP — Vancouver-Burrard) 
started a third Monday. 

Last week the Legislature voted to uphold 
Speaker Ed ^ith who had been challenged for an 
early ruling on a matter of breach of privilege. 
Monday the house referred to committee the prob¬ 
lem of three MLAs who could be sitting while dis¬ 
qualified by the (^institution Act (see story page 7.) 

Before the Legislature broke for dinner, Levi 
asked for a ruling on the conduct of Finance 
Minister Evan Wolfe. 


Wolfe has a bill before the house to establish 
a new crown coiporation to run the government’s 
computer sei-vices. The bill, 44, is knonm as the 
Systems Act. It was introduced April 4 for first 
reading and at pi'esent still site at that stage and/ 
consequently, has not yet been debated. 

Over the weekend newspaper advertisements 
were published seeking applications for various 
data communication expei'te for the new corporatiem. 
The positions vacant were from manager down. 

And that, Levi said, is one affecting the privi¬ 
lege of the house because it assumes that a bill not 
yet debated will become law. In charging Wolfe 
with a breach of privilege, Levi asked the Speaker 


to mle on the matter. 

Smith promised to take the matter under 
consideration. 

The last membei- ohai-ged’with breach of privi¬ 
lege was George Kerster, (SC — Coquitlam). 
Smith's ruling that no breach of privilege had taken 
place led to charges of bias in the Speakei-'s de¬ 
cisions and a formal motion of non-confidence in 
the Speaker. 

After two days of debate last Thursday and 
Friday the chair was upheld. 

A member found ^lilty of a biieach of privilege 
faces penalties ranging from a reprimand from the 
Speaker to a jail sentence. 


cm MPs in ail riarties had 
argued against a controver¬ 
sial proposed change to sub¬ 
stitute the metric hectare lor 
tile acre. 

The metric conversion bill, 
one of the main stumbling 
blocks to a summer adjourn¬ 
ment for the Commons, was 
then given final reading with¬ 
out much debate. 

But though Ute govemmeni 
tiacked down, one Conserva¬ 
tive spokesman was still bit¬ 
ter. 

Bill Kempling (PC — Hal- 
ton-Wentworth) said officials 
of the government’s metric 
commiasion had tried to mis¬ 
lead the minister, the Com¬ 
mons committee and Parlia¬ 
ment into believing that farm¬ 
ers wanted the change when 
in fact they did not. He called 
for a shake-up of the ccanmis- 
sioo. 

Marchand said later the 
amendment means that farm¬ 
ers now will measure their 
grain production in a combi¬ 
nation of the imperial and 
metric systems. 

Complete use of the metric 
system would provide fOr the, 
measurement of grain in met- ' 
ric tonnes per hectare. Now, 
they will measure grain in 
metric tonnes per acre. 


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SccUon Two Tuesday, July 26, 1977 Page 9 


Section Two 


Tuesday, July 26, 1977 






An empty box becomes — Presto! — a home for a* rabbit, in Mike Harrison’s most popular trick. Who is more surprised? Mike asks. The audience or the rabbit? 

j5oy, 12 — Alakazam!—A tvand wizard 


By PAtl. DG QROOT 
' ColMitt lt»p»rttr 

Take it from Mike HarrisOT. 
It’» better if you don’t know 
how a magician works his 
magic. 

“It just ip<^ it if you know 
how a trick Is done.'* 

But ioMwing how they are 
done hasn’t spoiledit tor ^ke, 
of 31^ Matilda Drive in Col- 
wood. At the age of 12, he is a 
professional magician, and 
the winner <rf two awards at 
an international magician’s 
convention in Seattle last 
w’eek., 

Mike got his start in magic 


two Christmas ago, with a 
beginning-magic kit that had 
been widely advertised on 
television. The simple kit 
didn’t hold his interest for 
long, but the magic did. and 
he soon devek^ied a reper¬ 
toire of tricks. 

Much of the magic in magic 
is in the p^lormance itself. 
The tricks, such as special 
boxes, candles, silk scarves, 
balls and other props, are 
usually bought from dealers 
or made from plans. 

But making them look like 
magic lakes practice and a 
flair for showmanship. In the 


hands of an accomplished ma¬ 
gician, even the roost mun¬ 
dane objects a ball or a codn, 
for instance — take on a sup¬ 
ernatural aspect, disappearing 
or appearing in the quickly- 
movlng fingers of the show¬ 
man. 

The trick that won Mike the 
trophy for the most novel 
trick at the Pacific Coast Am¬ 
ateur Magician’s cemvention 
in Seattle last week took 
about three weeks to perfect, 
with several hours of work a 
day. 

In it. a silver ball floats in 
front of a silk scarf. Mike 


waves his hands and it rises 
above the scarf. He waves it 
down and then up, all without 
totiching it. 

The feat wbs particularly 
noteworthy since it was won 
in competition, against magi¬ 
cians with 20 and 30 vears’ ex¬ 
perience. 

Mike also catne in as run- 
nenip in the juvenile catego¬ 
ry. 

Before introducing a new 
trick to the public. M3ke tries 
it out on his family. If they 
are imptressed, it is likely 
Mike’s audience will be too. 

In addition to serving as a 


test audience, some members 
of the family have a hand in 
Mike's show. His . brother 
Wayne is a carpenter, build¬ 
ing Mike’s props, and his 
other has tailored his magi¬ 
cian’s tuxedo. 

Irene Harrison agrees with 
with her son that knowing 
how a trick is performed 
takes the magic away. For 
the family, the fun is in see¬ 
ing mystihed looks on the 
faces ot others. 

Mike gets plenty of opportu¬ 
nity to mystift'. He performs 
at biithdays, Christmas par¬ 
ties. and kindergartens, and is 


a regular feature at the 
nearby Pacifio Centre tor 
Human Develc^ment during 
the summer. 

He charges a nominal fee 
for his appearances (the 
money goes toward the pur¬ 
chase of new tricks) but his 
mother says a new audience 
also gives him an opportunity 
to polish his act. 

“He would do it even if he 
didn't get paid for it.” 

There is one 'trick” tfiat 
mystifies even the family, 
however. 

Mike’s great-grandfather, 
Frank Merryfield, was a well- 


known local magician and 
founder of the Victoria Magic 
Qrcle which is still in exis¬ 
tence today (Mike cannot be a 
member until he is 19, howev¬ 
er.) 

Mike’s mother says his 
great-grandfather was anx¬ 
ious to teach his tricks to 
someone in the family but no 
one was interested at the 
time, and Meiryweather took 
his secrets to the grave. 

His next great-grand<^ld 
was Mike Harrison. 

Co-incidence? Perhaps. 
Let's just call It magic. 


Minister passing buck 
on Cowichan estuary? 


By BRUCE OBEE 
Colsnltt Correspondent 

DUNCAN — Provincial En- 
viremment Mlndster James 


Nielsen appears to have 
passed the buck by refusing 
to become involved in the 


Charlie^ s 
101st: 

A grin^ 
a bear^ 
baskets^ 
ballads 


By STEPHEN HUME 
Cetenilt Rtnorltr 

A big black bear stepped 
out of the woods at the Pa- 
chena Indian reserve at Port 
Renfrew to listen to singers 
and drummers celebrate the 
ICnst Wrihday of chief <3iarUe 
Jones. 

The bear faced in the direc¬ 
tion of the crowded hall where 
Jones sat like a king, smiling 
and acknowledging gifts of 
love songs, dances, speeches, 
money, ne^aces. headbands, 
Cowichan sweaters and finely- 
woven baskets. 

“The bear must be one of 
Charlie’s old friends, come to 
bid him happiness,” Philip 
Lotae said. 

Louie lives in Ahousat. a 
fair distance from Port Ren¬ 
frew, and he. like more than 
100 native people from the 
V.S. and Canada w’ere at the 
Pachena reserve c«i Saturday 
to wish happiness to OMrlle 
Jones. 

The bear was there too, 
•waying at the woods’ edge, a 
stone's throw from the crowd¬ 
ed hall booming with drums 
and singers. Someho^v it re¬ 
minded one of Louie's expla- 
ration of the painted masks 
that decorated the hall. 

They’re dragww’ faces. ” 
he said. 

Dragons? Didn't he mean 
wtrtves? 

“No, dragons. Mystical am- 



Chief Charlie 

mals. The Chinese, too. have 
dragons.” Louie explained. 

7^ bear stood still, on all 
fours, and faced in the direc¬ 
tion of the music. Children 
played on the porch of the 
band hail, and the singers 
sang, heya heya heya hey, 
heya heya heya ... 

The b^r would like to join 
In with the dancers, one of the 
men said. 

Oiarlie Jones still works 
and carves, not bad for a man 
who took part in seal hunting 
expeditions to the Bei^g Sea 
in the 19th century. He is be¬ 
lieved to be the last of these 
hunters. 

There was delicious bar¬ 
becued salmon, smoked fish 
and steamed crabs for the 
noon and evening meals of the 
potlatch, and Jones smiled 
broadly when he was present¬ 
ed with an enormous brown 
bear sidn, draped around hit 
shoulders. 

Louie said almost every¬ 
body at the potlatch i.« resiled 
to Jones in soitie w’ay. almost 
everybody up and down the 
north coast, 

A man stood up and looked 
at the crtnvded band haU and 
said Charlie is a great man. 

“His wx>iTies are over 
today. The old teachings say 
it. when you’re out in the 
river laughing .. .*' 

Oit in the river laughing. 
Happy birthday, Qarlie 
Jones. 


growing Cowichan estuary 
controversy. 

In a letter to North Cow¬ 
ichan council, released Mon¬ 
day, Nielsen refers to a pro¬ 
posal by Island Shake and 
Shingle to build a new miU on 
a 10-acre site in the Cowichan 
estuary and says the Envi¬ 
ronment and Land Use Com¬ 
mittee (ELUC) will not inter¬ 
fere with development in the 
area. 

In another letter dated i^ril 
4. Nielsen said ELUC was 
concerned about protecting 
the estuary but was also op^ 
to suggestions for develop¬ 
ment wbirii wxHjld benefit the 
Covrichan Valley economy. 

Nielsen is chairman of 

ELUC- 

The committee, he said, had 
authorized the reconvening of 
a task force to study the area 
and assess both environ¬ 
mental and economic quali¬ 
ties. 

In the letter released Man- 
day and dated July 19. Niel¬ 
sen said en economic study ot 
tiie Cowichan Valley, request¬ 
ed by North Cowichan, would 
be carried out a task force 
which would consider submis¬ 
sions from provincial, federal 
and local government repre- 
'sentatives. 

Indications were that the 
task force would recOTvene 
next October, if at all. 

■■Di.scussions on this matter 
will be initiated with the 
ministry of economic develop¬ 
ment witli the object of ha\- 
ing that ministry direct such 
a stiKly in co-operatioti with 
deltoerations of the task 
force,” Nielsen said. 

The letter also states that 
ELUC will not "interfere in 
any way with North Cow- 
ichan’s prerogative to issue a 
building permit to Island 
Shake and Shingle. 

“Regarding design and c<xi- 
stniction of the proposed Is¬ 
land Shake and Shingle mill, 
normal provincial approvals 
in\olving application to the 
pollution Chntrol Branch or 
health inspector for septic 
control and to the miniJitTy of 
highways for access, both of 
which must precede issuance 
of the building permit, will 
apply.” the minister said. 

MayOT (jerry Smith told the 
Colonist the munlcfoality 
would not issue a building 
permit until all plans had 
been studied by the appropri¬ 
ate autiiorities. 


The company had asked for 
blanket approval to go ahead 
with the ccm5tructi<m plans. 
Smith said, but it wouldn’t 
“get the okay from anyeme” 
until the plans had been 
t]K>roughly examined. 

The mayor added, however, 
that the municipality was le¬ 
gally bound to issue a build¬ 
ing permit if the plans were 
acceptable. 

Smith was referring a 
recent B.C. Supreme Court 
case in which the company 
toe* action against the munic-* 
ipality regarding zoning of the 
propped &ite. 

Mr. Justice John Ruttan 
ruled the municipality didn’t 
have the pewer to pass the 
zoning bylaw and forced 
NcMih Cowichan to allow the 
site to be zoned in favor of the 
company. 

Bert Rodenbush. manager 
of Island Shake and Shingle, 
said earlier this month that 
tile company hoped to begin 
construction in the fall. 


Seat hike 
explained 


COMOX — 'A M<x)th or two 
ago. (jomox mayor Dick Mer¬ 
rick gave notice that he fa¬ 
vored an addition of two coun¬ 
cillors to the town's govern¬ 
ing body, increasing the 
number of aldermanic seats 
from four to six. 

T?ie mayor gave three rea¬ 
sons for the change. He said 
addition of the two seats 
•would cut the work load now 
carried by the five-man coun¬ 
cil, allow more time to em¬ 
bark on new projects and 
make for a better committee 
system. 

While two aldermen 
ex})ressed concern over in¬ 
creased emphasis on the com¬ 
mittee system of conducting 
business behind closed doors 
there wa.s general agreement 
with the mayor’s projiosal. 
Tliis means that at the No¬ 
vember election five 
members will be elected-- 
three aldermen for two-year 
terms, one for one year and a 
twxi-year term for mayor. 



Trunk line 


r3l0 
Lanoton photo 

Now that Qualicum Beach sewer collection system 
b complete, crews are installing trunk line along 
beach to FYench Creek where treatment plant is 
being consU-ucted It is anticipated plant will go 
into operation at beginning of January, 1978. 


Ladysmith man, 21 
presumed drowned 


ewnemr; lake — a 21- 

ycaiMDld Ladysmith man was 
missing and presumed, 
drowned Monday after a rub¬ 
ber raft In which he and a 
comiianion were riding over^ 
fumed Sunday in the Cfow- 
ichan River. 

RCMP identified the miss¬ 
ing man as Craig Dilh, who 
was floating on the river with 
Allan Macl^y, 18. of Duncan. 

Both men were fully clothed 
when the raft overturned and 
neither wag wearing a life¬ 
jacket There were ho life¬ 
jackets in the boat, poUce 
said. 


The accident occurred 
aoout two miles downstream 
fn>m Skutz Falls at 1:45 p.m. 
when the pair hit a narrow 
section of the river. The raft 
had made it to shore with 
both men aboard when it 
swung around and over¬ 
turned. 

Olin was swept away in tha 
current while MacKay man¬ 
aged to maintain his position 
at the edge of the river. 

The depth of the water in 
the narrow section varies be¬ 
tween knee-deep and 15 feet, 
police said. 

A number of people along 
1|ie shoreline saw Olin disap¬ 
pear beneath the water but 


none saw him surface, police 
said, addinfr a paddle from 
the raft was found about a 
quarter of a mile downstream 
from the accident site. 

Campers in the area helped 
RCMP search the area Sun¬ 
day while a diver from Dun¬ 
can fire department conduct¬ 
ed an underwater search for 
the body. An RCMP heli¬ 
copter did an aerial survey 
without success Monday. 

Pfriice said it was lalieved 
Olin's body was trapped 
under a rock or other obstruc¬ 
tion in the current where it is 
too swift for a diver to swim. 

Attempts to locate the body 
were continuing, police said. 


Newspaper places high 


<t)URTENAY — A Cour- 
trna.v newMpaper. the Onmox 
Dlstrirt Free Prem* was pUu • 
«d atnonc the top three of 
community newspapers In a 
nation • wide annual competi¬ 
tion sponsored hv the Canadi¬ 
an CMnmunlty Newspaper As¬ 
sociation. 






The paper competed with 
weeklies, U-weekles and tri¬ 
weeklies. In the 1.nM to 14.999 
circulation class, one ot the 
largest and toughest divdslons 
In the contest. It placed third 
In the beat all-around news- 
jiaper and best edltorisJ page. 

The awards were presented 


St the CCNA contention In 
^tlnnlpeg last week. 

Comox District Free Press 
managing editor fleorge ijt’ 
Masurter last year won ttie 
Mac.^Dllan Btoedel $aOO award 
for the best weekly newspaper 
feature story, a series on 
housing. 


Senior 

school 
gets go 


(COURTENAY — School 
District 71 has been given the 
green light to enter into a con¬ 
tract with A. D. Storrie Oxi- 
struction Ltd. of Campbell 
River to build a senior sec¬ 
ondary school on the site at 
Guthrie and Pritchard roads. 
Comox. 

School board chairman Stan 
Hagen said excavation in pre¬ 
paration for ccmstruction 
would begin witiun a w’eek. 
The board expects to have the 
school built and ready for the ^ 
school year 197’8-79 to accom¬ 
modate some 700 Grade 10. U 
and 12 students from the town 
of Cbmox, C!FB Comox and 
rural areas. 

When the budgetted S3 mil¬ 
lion fell short of the $4.3 mil¬ 
lion lowest bid, it became nec¬ 
essary to trim costs and the 
final contract figure reached 
with the construction firm 
was $3,214,300. 

Part of the cost cutting was 
elimination of a sprinkler sys¬ 
tem which had b^ the sub¬ 
ject of a dispute between the 
school board and Comox town 
council. The council had 
expressed concern over the 
adequacy of fire protection 
without the sprinkler system. 

The matter was eventually 
tossed into the lap of the edo- 
oation ministry for mediation 
of the dispute. In his reply to 
the council, Education Min¬ 
ister Pat Mc(jeer supported 
the -stand of the •srhool trust¬ 
ees. stating that “ICBC has a 
very competent group erf ad¬ 
visers in the school fire pro¬ 
tection area ... the scfool 
districts take the advice of 
this group in respect qf the 
necessary fire prevention 
items to be includ^ to new 
schools. 

“Their reputation,” the let¬ 
ter went on. “is impeccable 
and. in fact, they are often 
criticized for being over-cau¬ 
tious. I can assure you that 
the new schood will be con¬ 
structed in conformity with 
their recommendations which 
will be the highest posstbUe 
standards consistent with ap¬ 
propriate economic <^nstruc- ' 
tion methods.” 

The minister was equally 
emphatic In backing the trust¬ 
ees in reply to a council re¬ 
quest for mediation in a dis¬ 
pute over who should bear the 
cost of providing municipal 
services for the proposed new 
school. 

























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Steinbrenner won’t make Martin martyr 


NEW YORK (AP)-In a 

remaricatrie round-table dis- 
cuaskm with the press Mon¬ 
day nlf^t. New Yoric Yankee 
owner Geoi^e Steinbrenner 
gently called Billy Martin a 
liar and said a decision on the 
Yankee manager's dismissel 
would be left completely to 
team president Gebe Paul. 

“WiMtever Gabe recom¬ 
mends will be accepted by 
me.” Steinbrenner said. ”ft's 
totally his deoision. But 


there’s nothing imminent in 
the nuitter.” 

While Ste in brenner wouldn’t 
say that Martin was in danger 
of losing his Job. the energetic 
cwvner left the Impression that 
the same patterns that led to 
Martin's firing in diree other 
places were happening in New 
York. 

Steinbrenner was ufiset with 
some of Martin’s recent re¬ 
marks, widch came in the 
wake ot widely circulatiiig 


rumors tint the Yankee skip¬ 
per had been fired. 

"Sure Tm displeased with 
the remarks.” Staintoenner 
told a news conference. 
“Ihe/re just not factual. Cer¬ 
tain things have been said 
that Just aren’t so.” 

Steinbrenner r e f erred ^>eci- 
ficaJty to Martin’s claim that 
his status had become shaky 

in spring training when he 
and Steinbrenner got into a 


shouting match in the team's 
clubhouse In St. Petersburg, 
Fla., after a game with New* 
York Mats. 

Although the factual dis¬ 
crepancies don't seem major, 
Steinbrenner seemed to be 
using them to subtly discredit 
other recent statements of bis 
manager. 

”1 want to clear the air,” 
Steinbrenner said. “I’m not 
out to get Billy Martin. 'That’s 


a lot of crap. It's a copout. 
And ft’s not even a new oop- 
out." 

Steinbrenner pointed to 
Martin’s previous battles with 
management at Minnesota, 
Detroit and Texas. “His state¬ 
ments have been misleading. 
He’s saying ‘'they’re making 
a martyr out of roe.’ Weil, 
look at the hist(My. It’s hap¬ 
pened thiee times before. 

*Tm tired with ail his sdf- 


serving statements. I don't 
w^ant to be part of making a 
martyr out of Billy Martin. 
He’s got the best material in 
the American League. 'Ihe 
manager’s jbb is to nuitivate 
and make his players per- 
form.” 

Yankees were in third 
place, V/a games behind Bal¬ 
timore in the AL East, bef(n*e 
Monday night’s action. 

Steinbrenner said he was 


not happy with the team's 
play or the team's position, 
adding that the fault must ul¬ 
timately Ue with the field 
manager. 

*T ft was beautiful 

when Sparky Anderaon <Cb>- 
cinnati Reds manager) 
biamed Ms team's failures on 
the manager.” said Steinbren¬ 
ner. “How the team performs 
is the only yardstick you 
have.” 


But despite the dissatis¬ 
faction. Steinbrenner said he 
was sticking with Martin as 
long as Paul does. “For Bil¬ 
ly’s good, the good of the 
team and QAo’m good, 1 hope 
Billy reechea a real under- 
etanding with Gebe.” 

Paul wouldn’t comment cm 
whether he feft Martin vsas 
doing a good Job, but said: 
“We’re not thiiddng in terms 
of a change. We’re thinking of 
winning with BlHy Martin.” 



Dodgers lose to Mets 
but Reds can't cash in 


CLOL'D or IHjSX is raised by Cesar Cedeno ot 
Houston Astros as he streaks across home plate on 
a suct^sful steal, as Chicago Cub catcher George 
Mittenvald and umpire Harrj- Weiidelstedt look on. 


Cedeno sprinted for home while pftcher WOlie Her¬ 
nandez went into a windnp while pitching and 
Cedeno easily beat the throw. 


In jury-plagued Bakers 
host Richmond tonight 


ThsSJfliarilWqld 

LSOUMAR TABLES I 

^Vthea To KAS 
.Or Hart 



Injuries continue to plagua 
Victoria McDonalds and 
there’s no relief In sight for 
the Western Canada Majcv 
Junior Lacrosse League club. 

Several key players, includ- 


iny leading tocffer Tej Labh, 
will not be available for 
night’s game against Rich¬ 
mond Roadrunners at Eaqui- 
malt Sports Centre, the first 
of three games in six days for 


Sport today 


BASEBAIX 

e p-m. — Senior Amateur 
League: Kiftriceka vs, Qo^ 
Hotel, Lunbiick Pork. 

•:8e p.m. — CoBtlnaatioii of 
play in the Greater Victoria 
little League duunpioeslrips 
(wimier-losera final), Sidney 
Park. 

SOFIBAIX 

6:30 p.m> ns* Sealor Wo* 
men's League semi-finals; 
CSV Combos %-s. om VIcet- 
tee, CRE8C Anisls ve. Col¬ 
ony Inn, Hyactntti Park. 

e:80 p.m. -V Heywood Men’s 
Loagae; Webb and Trace ^-s. 
Hygrsde Radio, Heywood Av¬ 
enue Park. 

6:80 p.m. — Sidney Men’s 


League: Harvey’s vn. Sldaejn 
Hotel, Saascha Park. 

6:45 p.m. — Stuffy McCHn- 
nls Men’s League; inaa de 
P^iea vs. Molsons, Central 
Park; Sooke Merchants vs. 
ColoBy las, So^ Athletic 
Park. 

6:80 p.m. ~ ContlnaatkNi of 
play In Macdonald Ptok 
Men's I^eagns final. Strath- 
cona Hotel vs. Victoria AlUet- 
los, ^bcdonald Park. 

lACSOSSS 

a p.m. — Weateni Cbnada 
Major Jnaler Leagnei Bl^* 
mood RoadrkBaers vt. Vic¬ 
toria MacDonalds, Eagntmalt 
Sports Centre. 


City athletes earn 
6.C. team berths 


VAiraOUVER — Four Vic¬ 
toria athletes have tpialified 
for the B.C. team which will 
compete in the CSinadian 
World Cup track and field 
trial, and World Student 
Games trials in Edmonton 
this weekend. 

At trials held on the week¬ 
end at Swangard Stadium and 
Bmpire Stadium, , Debbie 
Scott won the wtHnen’t 1500 
metres in 4:20.8: Joyce Yaku- 


G)lt crown 
to Kelowna 

KAMLOOPS — Kelowna 
won the B.C. Colt baseball 
championship Monday, de¬ 
feating Coquitlam 6-5 in nlns 
innings. The victory gives the 
Okanagan squad a berth in 
the Western Canada finals in 
Alberta next month. 

The Victoria All-Stars 
fini.shed third In the five- 
team. double-knockout event 
with a 1-2 record. After de¬ 
feating North Delta 8-4 in the 
tournament opener, the Lslaiwi 
.^quad was beaten 7-5 by Ke¬ 
lowna and W by Cbquitlam. 


bmfich placed flnt In the wo¬ 
men's 300 metres (23.5); Dave 
Weicker won the 3000-metre 
steeplechase (8:53) end Mur¬ 
ray Kaatlng edged rival Scott 
Nellton in the hammer throw 
with a heave of 68.13 metres. 
Debbie Campbell of IHctorla 
was second to Ann Mackie- 
MbrelU of Richmond in the 
women’s 400 metres (56.5) 
and will go to Edmonton but 
not as part of the B.C team. 

The Worid Student (Barnes 
will be held next month In 
Sofie, Bulgaria while the 
World Cup meet win take 
pteice Sept. 3-4 in Dusaeldorf, 
West Germany. 

Bi an accompanying B.C.- 
Alberta Canada Games meet, 
Ian Sutherland of \Tctoria 
won the hammer throw to 
help B,C to a 196-165 vlctorj-. 
Raul Estrada won the pole 
vault in 4.58 metres and Judy 
Tobacco of Victoria and 
Joanne Rogers of Qxirtenay 
teamed with Teresa Lenardon 
of Trail and Colleen Grbson of 
Abbotsford to set a new na¬ 
tional midget record in the 
4.\100 metre relay. Their 
mark of 47.2 seconds snapped 
the previous record of 48.6 set 
three years ago by Scar¬ 
borough Lions of Ontario, 


the defending league cham- 
Iiions. 

IkIcDonalds. who must play 
a “makeup” game (postpmed 
from May 27) against New 
Westminster Salmonbellies in 
the Royal City on Wednesday 
and first-place Burnaby 
Cablevision in Burnaby on 
Sunday, will have about 16 
players in uniform tonight at 
8 o’clock. 

Genw'al-manager Bob IReid 
said Monday that defenceman 
Lony Gloeckner haa left the 
teem while Labh and Doug 
Allgrove win definitely mise 
the games this week. 

Labh has been nursing an 
injured \vri8t for neariy three 
weeks and it's doubtful if the 
4&'goal scorer will be ready 
before the playoffs commence 
Aug. 8. Angrove has a bruised 
hip and hasn't seen action in 
, the last two games. Gloeckner 
claims he hasn't been staying 
in condition by playing la- 
create end la more interested 
in a hockey career. 

Jamie Rt^^trtson and Kevin 
Kennedy will be playing al¬ 
though Robertson is recover^ 
kng finom a broken nose and 
other facial injuries while 
Kennedy has a b^sed leg. 

McDonelda. who have 
clinched third place, will meet 
Burnaby In the operUng round 
of the playoffs, starting Aug. 

8 In Burnaby. It’s a best-of- 
sevtn affair with the winner 
meeting the winner of the 
other semi-final In a best-of- 
seven final. New Westminster 
has clinched second spot 
while Coquitlam J-Hawks are 
tour points up on last-place 
{Richmond In the battle for 
fourth place. 

CabMsUm officially nailed 
down top spot Sunday by outs- 
coring the Salmonbellies 16-13 
at Burnaby Qvio Arena. Dan 
Wilson. Dan Perreault and 
Eric eWieson each scored 
three goals for Burnaby, now 
2^1, while Bob Zannuso, Ken 
Brown, Jack Fulton and Ivan 
Tuura had twr> goals each for 
New' Westntinster. 

p w L a A Ptt. 

a M ?3 t 4S4 791 46 

s- S V, ,1 ^ g 


Next wme: Tonight — Rtchmond 
M Victoris. 


TOP TIN KORIRI 


Wtleon, My. 
f-i Iloo, NW. 
PerrMutt, 6by. 
Reelle. Coq. 
SIfn, Bby. 
Otterstrom, Coq. 
Lindsay, NW 
Setinarr, Bby. 
Aitken. Bby. 
Labh. Vtc 


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103 


Additional sport 
pages 16, 17, 22 


According to the Sotunar Tables 
calculated for this area, the beat 
timaa for hsmtlng and fishing far 
tto ntMt 41 houra will to ai foikhto 
mmaa ahown art PMfle DayisM 
timaa): 

Minor Major Miner Major 
A.M.» P-M. ■ 

TODAY 

1:25 I:!* 2:00 8:40 

TOMORROW 

2:20 9:03 2:55 9:55 

Maior periods, lasting iw to 8 
hours ara shown in bold. 

Minor Dortods. anortar ouration, 
tight typa. 


Drinkwater 

fashions 

one-hitter 


W L Pet. ML 

Gorge 50 S .71* — 

Oraaves IS 10 .60 2 

Farmers 18 II .621 2</^ 

Kubicaks U 13 .523 

Includes Inter-locKIng games with 
Sanlor £abe Ruth and Up-laland 
taams. 


Derek DrirVkwater hurled 
Gorge Hotel to a one-hit, 1-0 
viclory over second-place 
Greaves Movers Mexiday 
ni^t, enabling the winners to 
widen their Victoria Senior 
Amateur Baseball League 
lead to two games. 

O r» p o 8 i n g pitcher Roy 
Moretti hit a one-out single up 
the middle in the seventh in¬ 
ning to rob Drinkwater of a 
no-hitter. Drinkwater struck 
out seven and gave up four 
walks in gaining hi.s 13th win 
against three losses, while 
Moretti took his fifth loss, 
striking out 10. Each pdteher 
went the distance. 

Gorge picked up its run in 
the second inning, when 
Dennis Spmule singled home 
Doug Puritch. 

On Sunday, Farmer Con- 
stniction split a doubleheader 
with Kubicek A’s. 

Dave Grass earned his first 
pitching victory of tlie season 
as Kubiceks won the opener 
7-3 but Farmers bounced back 
tor win the second contest 9-8 
behind A1 Moir’s game win¬ 
ning single in the bottom of 
the seventh. 

Greaves Movers OCO 000 O-'C 1 T 
GBrve Hotel OiaoOO m-1 5 1 

Roy Moretti (15d) and Dick 

... .. 

SUNDAY 

Farmers 010 010 l-i 1) 3 

Kubiceks 021 130 x -7 13 2 

Bob Mabte, Terry Painter (5) and 
Georga Pakos; Dava Graas and 
Ross Barnett. 

Second game: 

Kubiceks 003 003 2-8 9 3 

Farmers 140 010 1-9 13 0 

Blair Kubicek and Don Burrows; 
Painter, Ron Holmes (4), Painter 
(7) and Terry Armstrong. Pakos (7) 
Home run: Farmers — Holmes. 


Log Angelti Dodgers have 
betn in a mM fpln of late but 
CSndnnati Reds haven’t been 
al3to to take advantage. 

As a result, the Dodgers 
hold a 10^i4-game lead atop (he 
Western Division of the Na¬ 
tional League and the second- 
place Reds are mired in the 
midst the team's longest 
losing streak since 1975. 

New York Mets nipped the 
Dodgers 1-0 in Los Angeles 
Monday night, with former 
Cincinnati farmhand Steve 
Henderson driving in the only 
run with a firsMnning double. 

However, the Reds lost 
their seventh game in a row 
when Ted Simmons belted his 
15th homer of the season to 
give St. Louis Cardinals a 9^ 
victory over the defending 
league and WMid series 
champions. 

It was the Uth loss for the 
Reds in their last 13 games.' 

The Cards withstood an as¬ 
sault by Cincinnati Utters 
that included twp home runs 
by George' Fsster and one 
eaich by Johnny Bench and 
Bob Bailey, in addition to 
Pete Rose’s rec\)rd 2881st ca- 
• reer hit as a switch-hitter. 
Left-hander Buddy Schultz, 

★ ★ ★ 

NATIUNAL LEAGUC 

Cisttrn Division 

W L Pet. DBL 

Chicago 56 38 .596 — 

PhlMetphia • 56 3» .SW 

Pittsburgh 55 42 .567 3* 7 

St. Louis 51 46 .526 6 V 2 

AAontreal 46 49 .484 10'.^ 

New York 39 57 .406 18 

Wosttrn Division 

w L Pel. aaL 

60 37 .419 
48 46 
46 53 

34 61 J6S 
100 000 OOO- 1 
000 000 000— 0 
“leaim; Rm 


making his first appearance 
tor St. Louis since June 28, 
recorded Us fifth victory 
against one loss in relief. Oiv 
cinnati starter Jack Bilhng- 
ham, 8-7, was the loser. 

other National League 
action, Larry Bittner’s twa> 
run homer in the bottom of 
the eifftith inning gave Chica¬ 
go CXtos a comeback 9-7 victo- 
ly over Houstem Astros, who 
scored all their mns in the top 
of the eighth. 

Victory kept the Cubs a haW- 
game up on Philadelphia Phil¬ 
lies, who scored twice ‘in the 
12th Inning for a 6-4 triumph 


over San Diego Patkes. 

Bill Robinson'a three-run 
homer ki the eigitih inning 
lifted Pittsburgh Pirates to a 
6-3 victory over Atlanta 
Braves behind Jerry Reuss’s 
five-hitter. 

The Pirates remained two 
and a half gamM beUnd the 
OdTS. 

In the American League, 
Dave Criscione hit Mb firat 
major league home run with 
one out in the bottom of the 
Uth inning ip give Baltimore 
Orioles a 4-3 victory over Ml- 
waukee Brewers. 

Orioles lead the second- 


place Boston iRed Sox, beaten 
M by Chicago White Sox. by 
Cin> games in the Eastern £4- 
viskm tussle. 

Larry HIsle’s UtMnnlng 
single scored Rod Oarew witli 
the winnirg run aa Minnesota 
Twins shaded Oakland A’s 2-1 
behind the eight-hit pitching 
of Dave G<^ 

Bert Campaneris punched a 
single throufdi a drawn-on in- 
fiald and CUuidell Washington 
followed witii a two-ruif ^ngle 
in the ninth inning to lead 
Texas Rangers to a comback 
6-4 vtctory over Oeveland In¬ 
dians. 


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11 - 2 , 


iM AngeKs 
’Cincinnati 
Hototon 
Stn FrAOCltco 
San Olssu 
Anintg 
Nwv York 
Lot Angeles 
Swan 6-6 and Stei 
Garman (8) and Y< 


Atontnai 001 ISO oab- 4 io o 
Son R^lKO o5o Ote 003- 3 7 2 
Rogers tl-l. Karrioan (7|, AAcEn- 
aney (8), Atkinson (9) and Cartar; 
Malicki 8'9, Heaverlo (8) and Hill, 
Sadek (8). Home Runs: Montreal 
— yiNtnlme (I7lh), unear (itni; 
San f^ndgeo — AlaKendar fist). 

Phil. 000 000 004 002— 6 12 1 

San DIaea 300 OOO Ito 000— 4 9 9 
Larch, Reed (8), McCraw 4-1 (91 

Md Boone. -- 

Fingers 

tin (12) - _ . 

Philadelphie — Schmidt (27tn). 


I, Rteg (fjr mcvraw 4 *i \ti 

one. McCarver (9)i Shlrtty. 
. (9), Spillner 5-1 (it). Tom- 
) artd tenace. Home Run: 


Western Divisien 


Cnieaoo 

Kansas City 

MInnasota 

Taxes 

California 

Seattle 

Oakland 


Ruthowsky at best 


Bates end drought 


Houston 000 too 07D-7 I 1 

“bISX..-, 

mongello (6) 3-12 and Ferguson; 
Bonham, P. Reuschel (8), G. Her¬ 
nandez (8) 4-3 and MIttarwaid. 
Hone run: Chicago — Blittnar 
(6th). _ 

Atlanta 020 010 00(L-3 5 0 

Pittsburgh COO 1000 23 k.^ 7 2 

NItkro 9-12 and Cored; Reuts 
6-10 and Dryer. Hone rvnr Pnts- 
Durgh — Robinson (11th). 

Cincinnati 003 100 022—1 10 0 

St. Louis 022 002 21x—9 14 0 

Blllln^m 8-7, Hoernar (6), Sar- 
mianto (7), Bor^ (8) and BartcD; 
Faicone, Schultz 5-1 (4), Hrabosky 
(7), Eastwfck (9), Metner (9) and 
Simmons. Home runs: St. Louis — 
Simmons (15). Tyson (6th); Cincin¬ 
nati, Foster (30th and 3Ut), Bench . 
(22), Bailay (2nd). 

Sunday 

Montreal 0, 4, San Fmrtclaco 3. 5- 
Clnclnnatl 0, St. Louis 3. 

Houston 1C, 6, Chicago 6. 4. 

Atlanta 6, Pittsburgh 7. 

New York 3. Los Angeles 5 
Philadelphia 7. San Diego a 

AMERICAN LRAOUl 
eastern Division 

W L Pet. GBL 

Baltimore S6 4i J77 — 

Boston 53 42 J58 2 

New York 53 44 .546 3 

Detroit 44 52 .456 1IV3 

Cleveland 43 51 .457 llVz 

Milwaukee 43 54 .443 13 

Toronto 34 62 .354 219s 


SPRINGFIELD. Mo. — 
Dave Ruthowsky was at hit 
best Monday night in helping 
Victoria Bates earn their first 
victory in eight games of a 
14 - g a m e fasttoll safari 
through the United States. 

The big righthander scat¬ 
tered five hits and struck out 
seven batters as Bates 
snapped a losing run at seven 
games by edging Springfield 
2-1 in the second game of a 
doubleheader. The host club 
had jum()ed to an early lead 
and coasted to a 5-2 win in the 
opener. 

Springfield had registered 
8-5 and 3-0 decisions on Sun¬ 
day and Ruthowsky was the 
losing pitcher in each game. 

However, the veteran 
pitched his way out of a jam 
in the seventh inning Monday 
to .secure his 17th win of the 
season against eight losses. 
And the only Springfield run 
was unearned. 

Bates, who imn'e an to 
(>dar Rapids, Iow« for a 
doubleheader Wednesday, 
jumped <Mi starter Roy Burle¬ 
son tor two runs in the first 
inning. John Green drew a 
base on balls and moved to 
second on Carl Walker's sin- 
gle. 

Both runners Advanced on a 
passed ball and Green scored 
when Harvey Stevension 
grounded out deep to the 


shortstop. Walker moved to 
third on the play and scored 
on cuiother passed ball. 

Springfield bre^ the shut¬ 
out in the fifth inning when 
Buriay Wynn tripled and 
toured on an errw, one (tf two 
by the defending Canadian 
chafnpkm in the game. 

The home team mounted its 
only serious threat in the sev- 
out, Jim -Maggi singled end 
enth Inning when, with one 
Wynn doid^ed him to third 
base. PInchhitter John Bur^ 
nett was intentionally walked 
to load the bases then Ruth¬ 
owsky bore down and struck 
out pinch-Wtter Rf^er Cromer 
and rival-hurler Burles(xi. a 


Carnarvon 
club bows 

POWELL RIVER — Powell 
River defeated Carnarvon 6-2 
in the final game to capture 
the best of three series 2-1 in 
the Island Pcxiy League base¬ 
ball championship here on the 
weekend. 

The winners dropped a 6-3 
decision on Sunday after win¬ 
ning the opener 24 on Satur¬ 
day to advance to the B.C 
playoffs. 


Little League 

Streaking American 
gains berth in final 


fine hitter, to end the game. 

In the opener. Andy Kono- 
pacld was touched for four 
I'uns In the first two innings, 
two scoring on a home run by 
centrefielder Beau Robinson, 
and Springfield increased the 
lead to 50 before Bates got on 
the sccR'eboard. 

Ken Bate led off the sixth 
inning with a triple and 
aoored w’hen the ball got away 
from the third-baseman. Bob 
Ifolness drew' a base-on-bells. 
advanced to second on a sac¬ 
rifice fly and scored on a dou¬ 
ble by Konopacki. 

Bates outhit Springfield 9-8 
but couldn't put their hits to¬ 
gether. 

Walt Burrow'S played both 
games in left field for tlie 
Bates, replacing the injured 
Reg Uhderwood. Underwood 
suffered a broken bone in his 
right hand while making a 
spectacular catch Saturday in 
Aurora, Bl., and will be lost to 
the team tor the remainder of 
the trip and possibly the rest 
of the season. 

Underwood had the injury 
x-rayed at a Springfield hrapi- 
tol on Mcaiday morning and 
the hand was placed in a cast. 

On Sunday, Bates had a 5-2 
lead in the sixth inning of the 
first game before Springfield 
combined five singles, a base 
Of) balls and a hit batter for 
six runs and an 8-5 vtctory. In 
the second game, Burleson 
checked the Bates on only twt) 
.singles and posted a 2-0 deci¬ 
sion. 

Following Wednesday's 

doiAileheader, Bates will tra%'- 
el to Sauita Rosa, Calif., tor 
doiibleheaders Friday and 

Saturday and will return 
home Sunday evening. 

Bates 000 002 0—2 9 2 

Springfield ^ 100 x—5 8 0 

Andy Konopidd 16'7 and Bob Bur¬ 
rows; Steve Murdaugh, Gary AA4c- 
Danlel (5) and Harvty tdel. Home 
run; Springfield — Batu Robinson. 


W L Fct. GBL 
58 36 417 — 

53 40 .570 
55 43 461 5 
50 44 .533 I 
46 48 . 469 12 
43 58 .436 I 8 V 7 
4t 56 .417 19 


Cnicago .. , 

Boston 210 0^ 110—f 

Ston6, Kirkwood J7}, Laorow 5-1 

W and Etslan; Tiant, Campbell 
(7) and Fisk. Home run^: Bos¬ 
ton — Rka (25tn); Chicago — 
Soderholm (l?th). Span^ (fsth). 
Downing (3nd}. 

California 001 OCa 400—7 13 0 
Seattle 002 000 000^2 5 0 

Ryan . 14-9 and Humphrey; Pole 
6-7. Romo (6). Laxton (7) and Cox. 
Home runs: California — Baylor 
(11th and 12th); Seattle — AMver 
(13th). 

Texas OOO 120 003-> 6 12 1 

Cleveland 100 011100—4 11 1 
Ellis, Briies 4-4 (7), Devine (9) 
and Sundberg, Fahey (8); BIbby, 
Kem 4-7 (8), Hood (9) and Fosse. 
Home Runs: Cia\-eldnd — Fosse 
(6th). 

Milwaukee 000 0^0)2 00- 3 8 0 
Baltimore OOo 011 001 01— 4 12 0 
Slaton. Castro (9). McClure (9). 
Minds 2-2 (10) nnd Moore; D. Mar¬ 
tinez, T. AAartlnez 30 (11) and 
Skaggs. Criscione (10). Homo 
Runs: Baltimore — DeCincM 

(Kith), Murray 05th), Crigdeng 
- (1st); MUwoukea — Sakata (ifiT. 

Oakland 000 WOOO 0O-> 1 • 1 
Minnesota 00? 000 ooo 01— 2 7 0 
Langford 7-11 and Nawmen; 
Gcitz 12-6 and Wv^ar. Home 
Runs: Minnesota — Cubbage (3rd). 

Toronto 000 000 030— 3 7 1 

Detroit V CIO 211 03x—8 10 0 
Byrd 1-3, Willis (S) and Ashby; 
Wilcox 2-0, Crawford (8) and nHy. 
Home Runs: Detroit — LeFtore 
(11th); Toronto — Skaggs (2:^). 

SUNDAY 
Toronto 2, Detroit 6. 

Texas 4, Cleveland 1. 

Mllweukae 2. 3. Baftimore 3, A 
Kansas Citv 1. New York 3. 
Chicago 9, Boston 6. 

Oakland 3. 9. Minnesota S. 10. 
California X A Seattle 1, X 


Haying a game a day 
doBEn't seem to be bothering 
American League a bit in the 
Greater Victoria Little 
League baseball cham- 
pionriiip at Sidney Park. 

American won its third 
game in as many nights Mon¬ 
day. edging Hamptw 5-4 in 
an extra inning to win the 
loser’s bradeet final of the 
six-team double-knockout 
event. 

American will face unbea¬ 
ten GordOfi^eed and 

If American wins, a deciding 
game will be played Wednes¬ 
day night. All games are at 
6:30 p.m. 

On Monday. American bat¬ 
tled back to tie tlie score at 

3- 3 in the bottom of the sixth 
inhing and scored twice in the 
seN'enth inning to overcome a 

4- 3 Hampton lead. 

Winning pitcher Glen Leung 
scored the 3-3 run wh«i the 
Hampton infield misplayed a 
bunt single. Leung also sin¬ 
gled in the seventh inning but 
was out on a fielder's choice. 
Russ Courtimll drove in the 
4-4 run with a single and 
scored the winning run when 
Randy Moss cracked a two- 
out single with runners on 
first and third. 

lA)sing hurler Greg Bud- 
zipski had gi\'en Hampton the 
lead in the top of the seventh 
by driving home Paddy 
Wyman. 

On Sunday, CJourtnall limit¬ 
ed defending champion Trian¬ 


gle to six hits and American 
posted an 84 decision. Ameri¬ 
can scored six runs in the 
first inning with Leung and 
Moss driving in two runs 
each, 

TTie Greater Vktorla chsun- 
pion will play host to Nanai¬ 
mo, which d^eated Campb^l 
River In the mid-island final 
last week, in the district 
finals, k two-of-three series 
starling Friday. Game two Is 
set for Saturday and if a third 
game is necessary, it will be 
jilayed Sunday. The district 
championship will also be 
played at Sidney Park. 

The district winner w1U 
move on to the provincial 
championship ki Trail, start¬ 
ing August 5. 

Hsmptof) 102 ooo 1—4 6 2 

Amqricsn 200 001 2-5 13 2 

Terry Budzlntki and Psdey 
Wyman; Gian Lavng and Brian 
Moualay. 

fUNOAY 

American 800 003-6 11 4 

Triangle 002 200-4 6 1 

Ruaa Ceurtnall and Bilan Mom- 
ley; Jamee AAorhon and Kal 
Russell. 


Bates 200 000 0-2 3 2 

Springfield 000 010 0—1 5 0 

Dave Ruttwunky 17-8 end Bur 
rows; Roy Burleson and Idel. 

SUNDAY 

Bates 301 010 0-5 I 4 

Springfield 100 1M x-t • 3 

Andy Konopseki, Dava 
Ruthowsky 16*7 14) and Norm 
McLaodi Stava Murdaugh, Gary 
VacOanItl (3), Ray Ruralson (6)’ 
and Harv idai. Home Runs: Vic¬ 
toria — Rob Burrows (ISth); 
Springfield — Beau Robinson. 
Sacand oama: 

Batts 000 000 0-0 7 2 

Springfield 000 030 x-3 I 0 

ROthowsky 14-I and Burrows; 
Burelson and Roger Cromer. 


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The pet population explo¬ 
sion. leg-hold trapa, rodm. 
the annual seal btmt off New¬ 
foundland — these are a few 
of the Issues Victoria resident 
Bill Leach will tackle in his 
new* job as executive director 
of the B.C 8PCA. 

A well-known Victoria 
Investment banker. Leach as¬ 
sumes his full-time duties at 
the Vancouveivbased SPCA 
headquarters after many 
years as honorary president erf 
the Victoria SPCV 

DEBCRUHNO himself at a 
'‘ratkswl human being not 
given to wild emotions.” be 
said in a Ocrfonlst interview 
Friday that he bides by Al¬ 
bert Schweitzer’s words: "All 
who have respect for human 
life must help animals make 
up for the miseries men In¬ 
flict on them.” 

Enthusiastic about his new 
role as provnnclal head of the 
spec's 23 branches. Leach 
said the humane movement 
‘*ius been pegged for years 
as people who have too much 
heart and not enough head.” 

Leach said he would keep a 
tixjgh stance toward violators 
of humanitarian laws and 
would approach his job with 
reason and tact. 

He had critical words for 
rodeos, which practise "delib¬ 
erate cruelty.” and for the oi^ 
dinary householder who re¬ 
fuses to spray or neuter his 
pet. 

"EACH YEAR thousands of 
dogs and cats, whose only 
crime is to be bom, have to 
be killed,” he said. 

“The B.C SPCA branches 
have the unwelcome task of 
providing euthanasia services 


Man charged 
in six deaths 

ICLAMATH FALLS, Ore. 
(AP) — Dewitt (Dee) Henry 
has been charged with six 
counts of murder and two 
counts of attempted murder 
in connection with a shooting 
spree that killed six jxamg 
per8<xis. Circuit court judge 
Oery lOtubion ordered Henry 
held without bail. 


Manslaughter 
charge laid 

HICHMOND (CP) — Paul 
Robert Wolonsld, 2S, of no 
fixed address has been 
charged with manslaughter 
after the death of a Richmond 
man folhwiing a fist fight Po¬ 
lice said James Arthur To- 
ple>*. died after a tight at 
his home. 


(or municipal pounds and for 
pet owners who cannot or will 
not have their pets altered. 

"We have planned parent- 
hend — wliy ort plann^ pet- 
hood? 

"Consider the cost to the 
taxpayer of dog-catching and 
dog-killing. 

There's the painful irony 
that some municipal pounds 
originally designed to make 
life easier for animals have 
been converted into slaughter¬ 
houses. 

"SOME MUNICIPAL 
pounds don’t have the nvMt 
humane mett)ods of kilUng.” 
Leach said, recalling an in¬ 
cident in which a dog in a 
municipal pound had to be 
shot five times. 

Spaying or neutering is the 
answer to the pet population 
explosion. For those unwanted 
pets which never had the ben¬ 
efit of a loving ow-ner, the 
SPCA exists to provide a soit- 
able home or a merciful 
death, he said. 

Leach said the Vancouver 
SPCA offers Canada’s fin>t 
lov(M>ost spay-neuter clinic. 
Instead of I©, the low-cost 
cUnie chargM 925 for dogs 
and $20 for c«ts. Since 197C. 
2,000 animals have been al¬ 
tered at the Vancouver clinic. 
Victoria may have its own 
lowMMst cUnie vary soon, he 
said, ’The arrangements are 
being concluded now.” 

‘The rodeo performance — 
I will not dignify it by calling 
it a sport — serves no useful 
purpose,” Leach said. 

< * T H B PERPORMUtS 
aren't cowboys anymore. 
Money alone Is the criterion 
of a rodeo champion. 

“Horses are shocked with 
an electric prodder while they 
widt in the chute. This is 
called ‘hot-shotting.’ a prac¬ 
tice approved in the Canadian 
Rodeo Cowboys'- Association 
rules. 

An object It dragged across 
the chute boards to ’razz’ the 
horse. Leach said. 

“As the chute opens the 
rider lifts his legs and scrapes 
the horse with his spurs. 

“Tlie worst cruelty of all is 
the ‘bucking strap,' a leather 
strap that’s tied around tlie 
genitals df every so«alled 
'bucldag trawo’. 

Tha elrtp is pulled tight 
around «ie animal’s genitals 
and this maddens the horse. 
This is why the lH>rse bucks, 
not beesuse H likes to, as 
redeo promoters maintain. 

Leach said these cruelties 
exist whether tite rodeo la the 
Calgaiy 8tami)ede or a cheap 
operation in a small B.C 
town. 

"A VANCXIUVER judge, 
when convicting a B.C. rodeo 


‘iMoney alone it 
the criterion 
of the rodeo 
chamjdon' 


l»xNnoter of cruelty, de¬ 
nounced bronco rkhng as 
'cruel torture.’ The judge said 
the very basis of a rodeo it 
cruelty because a horse has to 
be in a condition of pain to 
give a satisfactory perfonn- 
anoe." 

Leach also erittclzad ’‘calf- 
basting.’’ in which the calf 
sometimes ends up with a 
broken shoulder or teck. 

"Detiberete cruelty to 
calves and horses is abhor¬ 
rent to normal human beings. 
Why patronize rodeos in Can¬ 
ada and condemn bullfiihls in 
Mexico? The deliberate cruel¬ 
ty only varies in degree.” 

“Rumanitarians will be 
pleased to hear that the rodeo 
is declining sharply in popu¬ 
larity.” he said. 

Leach also denounced tra¬ 
velling circuses for their cruel 
treatment of performing ani¬ 
mals and (or the cramped 
conditions in which the ani¬ 
mals are forced to traveL He 
noted that travelling circuses 
freqtiently come to Victoria 
and other B.C. cities. 

IXACH DESCRIBED the 
annual seal hunt off New¬ 
foundland as “brutal" and 
“nauseating'* But it used to 
be worse, he said, before 
hunting regulations were 
tighten^ by the federal gov¬ 
ernment 

The humane movement Is 



iVeic SPCj4 director 
sets reason, tact 
as his guideposts 


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Application to amend its cable television broadcasting licence for 
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as follows: ' 

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Washington; KGFM-FM Edmonds. Washington-, KUOW-FM Seattle. 
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Location where the application may be examined. 

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Lake Cowichan. British Columbia. 

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Anyone wishing to comment on an application must submit a written in¬ 
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relevant facts and the grounds upon which the intervener s support for, 
opposition to. or proposed moditication of, the application is based. It 
should also state whether or not the intervener withes to appear at the 
hearing. 

Oaedlirte for receipt of IntervenSona: 

August 24. 1977. 

To be sent by registered mail or personal delivery to Applicant and 
CRTC with proof of service. 

Examination of Appllcatlono 

At local address given in this notice and at the Commission. 1(X) Metcalfe 
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Rules el Procedure 

Further information is outlined In Rules of Procedure available for the 
sum of 35 cents from: The Publishing Centre. Printing Centre, Printing 
and Publishing, Department of Supply and Services. 270 Albert Street. 
Ottawa, Ontario. 

Information: 

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growing. Leach aaid. but 
titere is much left to do. 

He was critical of the B.C. 
provincial committee ea- 
taUiahed jo come up with a 
new design to replace the leg- 
hold trap. The committee is 
moving along “bloody slow¬ 
ly,” he aaid. 

An animal caught in a leg- 
hold trap can lie In pain for 
weeks before a trapper checks 
his line. Some animals freeze, 
others, like beavers, drown. 
Leg-h^d traps can also cap¬ 
ture large and small birds. 

Animals have been knowm 
to chew off their ankles in 
desperation. 

**nbiPFIN6 is a tough 
business and any search for 
traps has to be thorough. But 
the committee Is very slow,” 
he said. 

"Educate this generation 
and you won’t have to prose¬ 
cute the new, Is an old axiom 
of humanitarians,” Leach 
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Scclion Two 


Tuesday, July 26, 1977 


Page 9 


Dissidents Others show little interest in UVic bid 

to test 
ferry edict 


By DON COLLINfl 
Ctifiiltf RtMTltr 

A group of angry licensed^ 
feiT>' officers wants Labor 
Relations Board chairman 
Paul Weiler to know it doesn't 
think he Is God. ' 

But it’s not so sure he's not 
a dictator. 

So it’s going to court hi an 
attempt to break teller’s rul¬ 
ing that the licensed officers 
t captains and other top per- 
Nocmel) belong in the same 
union bargaining unit as the 
rest ol the ferry workers. 

The group’s decision comes 
on the heels of last week’s 
election of officers for the 
new B.C. Kerry and Marine 
Workers Union, which covers 
licensed and unlicensed em¬ 
ployees of B.C. Ferries. 

In a carefully worded state¬ 
ment Monday night, the un¬ 
ion's table officers and execu¬ 
tive supported the right of the 
dissident group to challenge 
the Weiler ruling, but said it 
thought the group was wrong 
in dc^g so. 

The union leaders said they 
felt duty-bound to observe tte 
one-year interim period in 
which they are to try to make 
a “viable entity” die ain- 
gle-unit ccnc^. 

The problem arose when 
B C. Ferries went from direct 
provincial government control 
to crown corporation status 
Jan. 1. Ttus necessitated cer¬ 
tification hearings and Weiler 
set a precedent by lumping 
the licensed and unlicensed 
personnel in one targaining 
unit, a move that Mlowed the 
LRB trend toward single cer¬ 
tifications. 

A spokesman for the dis¬ 
sident licensed group said in 
an interview Wedne^ay that 
all other union groups in¬ 
volved had backed tte ar¬ 
gument of the officers at the 
hearing that tiiey should not 
be included with the unli- 
'^ ensed group. 

"Everyone backed us but 
one person — Weiler him¬ 
self,” he said. 

"He’s not God. And we had 
a war to get rid of the last 
dictator.” 

He denied the contention of 
the newly-elected leaders of 
the union that the dissidents 


represent only a minonty of 
the licensed otficers. 

“That's not so. We have had 
to get a good pledge of sup- 
fxirt because our legal costs 
are going to run into quite a 
bit ot money.” 

He said the officers had re¬ 
ceived legal advice that 
Weiler's decision might not 
apply “because the federal 
government has jurisdiction 
over shipping and naviga¬ 
tion.” 

As a resuH. the “B.C. Fer¬ 
ries Officers Committee” Iwls 
iieen formed, the spokesman 
said, and would soon “test in 
the courts the vahdity of Mr. 
Weller’s decision.” 

The licensed officers are 
outnumbered more than five 
to one by unlicensed person¬ 
nel in the new 2.600-member 
union. 

The unhappiness over being 
lumped with the unlicensed 
workers wasn't eased any by 
the BCFMM'U’s first conven¬ 
tion la^t week. 

The conventkm saw Tsaw- 
wassen ramp attendant Shir¬ 
ley Mathieson elected pres¬ 
ident in place of Victoria's 
(^ieorge Homett, who had been 
an aUe bodied seaman before 
rising to union prominence. 

The elections made room 
for some licensed officer rep¬ 
resentation. as requested by 
Weiler. It amounted to one 
vice-presidency and four of 20 
executive seats. 

But the spokesman for the 
objecting ofilcers took issue 
with the fact that "they didn't 
elect delegates to the conven¬ 
tion.' 

The delegates were select¬ 
ed. he said, and there were no 
officer representatives from 
the Gulf Islands even though 
50 officers are based there. 

"We w'eren't asked to send 
anyone to the convention. And 
if that’s the way they’re going 
to run things we don't want 
any peut of tt.” 

In its statement later, the 
union leadership said the 
group’s move could only 
“wx)rk to the detriment of the 
licensed officers and the B.C. 
Ferry and Marine Workers 
Uni<m at this time.” 

It said the majority of of¬ 
ficers wanted to make the sin¬ 
gle unit concept work and had 
worked for this at the conven¬ 
tion. 

Mrs. Mathieson said four li- 
renaed offioeni wene party to 
the leadership statement. 


Failure of the Univemities 
Council of B.C. to support the 
I'nivenity of Victoria in its 
(tuest (or preferential interest 
on mortgage rates (or student 
residences has perplexed the 
university's board of gover¬ 
nors. 

The university was told by 
the council that it does not 
consider student residences to 
be •within its nvandate, and 
that it would not actively sup- 
|N)rt UVfic in its attempts to 
get a better deal from Central 
Mortgage and Housing Corp. 

UVK! has one of the lowest 


proportions of student resi¬ 
dences to enrolment of Cana¬ 
dian universities, although 
about 55 per cent ol its stu¬ 
dents cxime from outside 
Greater VictiMia. 

Previous submissiori to the 
council to include student res¬ 
idences in oapital spending 
programs brought the re¬ 
sponse that money from the 
education ministry budget 
should not go toward non- 
academic uses, and the 
suggestion that both UMc and 
Simaa Fraser, which badh' 
need more student accommo¬ 


dation, approach CMHC 

The two universities got as¬ 
surances this spring from 
.Vndre Ouellet, the minister 
responsible lor CMHC. that 
funds for student residences. 
*'iow pri(Mlty in tbe rest of 
Canada, would be forthcom¬ 
ing in B.C. 

But the interest rates im the 
mortgages may make It im¬ 
possible for residence fees to 
cover the payments, the cui^ 
rent practice at U^fic, where 
the residences are self-siiS- 
talning, UVic president Dr. 
Howard Fetch said Monday. 



Pollution control 


— Bsrry Cssaon photo 


It's not really true that the province is interested 
in the care and feeding of litterbugs, but it would 
like to know something about their habits. So young 
people like Nancy Fiddler, left and Lynn Crawford, 
both 18 — aiTned with Colonist carrier bags — are 
taking part in Pollution Control Brzinch project to 
determine littering habits. The girls’ trash treasure 
hunt Monday was at Pat Bay Highway and Keating 
Crossroad. 


The last holdouts in the core 
area municipal negotiations 
have fallen into line but not 
without a warning that there 
will be job action if one par¬ 
ticular term isn’t met. 

Greater Victoria School 
Board outside workers voted 
”by a strong majority” Mon¬ 
day night to accept terms of a 
two-year contract already 
agreed to by other municipal 
groups. 


In doing so. they dropped, 
for the time being, their de¬ 
mand for a protective clause 
against the contracting out of 
jobs. 

But Bofb Cunningham, 
spokesman for the schoed 
board workers, said the de¬ 
mand was only being set 
aside until the next round of 
negotiations. 

He said letters were going 
out to Carl Anehelm, chief ne¬ 


gotiator for the Greater Vic¬ 
toria Labor Relations Associa¬ 
tion and school board chair¬ 
man Susan Brice, informing 
them that the matter w*as not 
being dropped. 

“We are telling them that if 
there is any contracting out of 
work during the life of the 
agreement we will take what¬ 
ever job action we feel is nec¬ 
essary to prevent it from con¬ 
tinuing,” Cunningham said. 


His local was one of seven 
Canadian Union of Public 
Employees locals that began 
bargaining as a common front 
several months ago. 

Oie. the Capital Region em¬ 
ployees, brcrice away early 
and accepted a one-year anti- 
inflation guideline agreement 
already signed by Victoria 
city inside workers. The local 
covering ^e inside workers 
had not been part of the com- 


, \ 

Esquimau turns new leaf 


'rhe profiosed relocation of 
the central library leaped a 
ma]or hurdle Monday after 
Esquimalt council agreed to 
.supiiort in principle the nego- 
' tiation of a lease by the li¬ 
brary board with the provin¬ 
cial government for space in 
its building now under con¬ 
struction on^31anshard Street. 

Esquimau.'along with Oak 
Bay and Saanich councils, 
narrowly turned down a rec¬ 
ommendation by the litw^ry 
board in May that space be 
rented In the provincial build¬ 
ing. Only city council en¬ 
dorsed the original proposal 
for the rental of the ^.000 
square feet at ^ a square 
fttol. 

Library board building 
chairman Murray Glazier told 
Esquimalt council the new 
projiosal was better for more 
reasons than the reduced rent 
of $8.25 a square foot. He said 
the province had agreed to a 
10-year lease with renewal op¬ 
tions. as well as sf>ecific im¬ 
provement* and 'responsi- 
bililies. 

Aid. Larr>’ Mann, one tif the 
opjionent.s of tJie original pro¬ 
posal. moved that council in¬ 
struct the board to negotiate a 


lease with the province on the 
condition that toe other rnuni- 
cipalities agree and that 'the 
province pui, in writing a 
promise of $100,000 annual 
grunt for the duration of the 
10-year lease. 

The sole opposition came 
from Aid. Conrad Lundgren. 
He later said he was opfiosed 
to leasing space, as It w*as 
cheaper in the long run to own 
than rent 


Ksijiumah's share of the 
cost is estimated at almost 
.S5-l,000. comyiared with about 
$14,000 it ceniributes annually 
toward the operation of the 
board's five branches. 

After the vole. Gta/ier 
called the Esquimau endorse¬ 
ment “a very good test” of 
the board’s chanc.e8 in the re¬ 
maining councils. 

“I will assume all the other 


municipalities will see it the 
same way. I'm encouraged, " 

' he said. 

No dales have been set for 
meetings with the other coun¬ 
cils but Glazier expects they 
will be held well in advance of 
the Aug. 19 deadline set by 
the province. 

Esquimalt council met espe¬ 
cially to discuss the question. 
It does not meet during 
August. 


.U 9S per cant interest on 
tbe mortgage, residence fees 
would have to go up by about 
13 per cent just to cov’er the 
higher borrow'ing costs, and 
when this was added to infla¬ 
tion-caused increases of 11 to 
IZ per cent each year, it could 
boost residence rates by 2Z 
per cent. Fetch said. 

The university wxmld In¬ 
stead prefer to get CMKC’s 
special rate of eight per cent. 
This would still require an 
eight-peiM;ent increase in res¬ 
idence fees, and would put 
UVlc’s housing fees neer the 


CUPE rebels sign—with warning 


‘Bring back bus passes’ 


The University of Victoria 
board of governors has 
stTOTgly endorsed a student 
bus-pass system which was in 
effect last year, but cancelled 
this spring by B.C. Hydro. 

In a resolution put forward 
hy student representative 
Clayton Shold, the board 
voted Monday to endorse the 
program, and to <'ooperate 
with the student Alma Mater 


ScKieiy in negotiating with 
B.C. Hydro for Its reinsta¬ 
tement. 

Although B.C. Hydro as¬ 
serts that the program was 
cancelled because It was not 
successful, the university has 
correstKindence from last fai: 
in which the transit corpora 
tion agreed that the program 
which 964 students participa 
led m during the fall session 
was successful, administra 
tion dean Trevor .Matthews 
told the board of governors. 


The UVic Alma Mater Soci¬ 
ety has pointed out that the 
program cost B.C Hydro 
nothing to administer. The 
passes themselves were prim¬ 
ed at the society’s expense, 
and the university subskii/ed 
the passes and collected the 
fees. 

B.C. Hydro's main responsi¬ 
bility was to accept the 
money for the passes in a 
lump sum, and to honor the 
passes when they were shown 
by ‘siudents. 


top of those at Canadian uni¬ 
versities. but would be prefer¬ 
able to the higher rate, which 
would “put us totally out of 
line with residence leas at 
other places, particularly 
UBC,” Fetch said. 

The council’s-stand was div 
appointing, Fetch said, be¬ 
cause It was the body which 
suggested going to CMHC in 
the fhat place, and because if 
the residence fees were too 
steep, they might have to be 
subsidized by the university. 

"I find it very odd.” Fetch 
said. “UCBC said they were 


concerned that oi>erating 
tuf>ds not be used to support 
student residences, and it 
would seem logical that they 
write CMHC to support a 
lower rate of tnterest.” 

The university has received 
no reply from a letter to Ouel- 
lett asking for the lower inter¬ 
est rate, but has received sup- 
pcMl from B.C Senator Ray 
Peirault. Fetch said. 

Board chairman Josepl) 
Cunliffe said he would at¬ 
tempt to meet Ouellett w4ien 
in Ottawa in the next week, to 
discuss the matter further. 


Old huts will stay, 
says university chief 


mon front. 

The two-year-term accepted 
by most of the other locals 
later was also c<xisidered to 
be within the anti - inflation 
limitations but it included' a 
oost-of-living factor. 

In another development, the 
GVLRA has offered to let the 
city’s inside workers extend 
their one-year agreement to 
two years and pick up the 
same terms included in the 
second year of the other 
agreements. 

But by Monday night it ap¬ 
peared as if the in^de local 
would turn this down. Its ex¬ 
ecutive met during the day 
and decided to ret^ommend re¬ 
jection of the offer to tbe 
membership when it votes 
Ihursday night. 

Rick Doyle, president of the 
local, said it appeared that an 
end might soon be announced 
to the federal anti-inflation 
program and that because of 
this,.the executive didn't fee) 
the members should bind 
themselves now* to a guideline 
agreement for 1978. 

TTie executive was also 
upset, he said, to discover 
th^ the GVLRA hadn’t sent 
the" necessaiy AIB form to Ot¬ 
tawa as it was supposed to 
have done. 

”We signed our contract on 
VtAt. 14 and the Anti-Inflation 
Board require that the 
employer submit the AIB 
forms with the calculations 
and so forth within 30 days. ” 
Doyle said. "Now we find that 
the GVLRA hasn't submitted 
them yet.” 

He said it was obvious the 
GVLRA was holding back 
until it had agreements 
worked out with all the other 
locals. Anshelm conceded this 
had been done in what he con- 
.sidered a sensible move to file 
“overriding” forms for all 
locals. 

Do>'le said it was a case of 
holding up a contract “we had 
signed in good faith.'” 


The “huts" at the Universi¬ 
ty of Victoria are gc^ng to be 
there for some time, UVic 
president Dr. Howard Fetch 
told the university’s board of 
governors Monday. 

“If anything, our space situ¬ 
ation is worse now than when 
I got here two and a half 
years ago,” Fetch said. 

"We are going to have to 
keep on spending money to 
maintain these old army huts, 
some of which were built 35 
years ago. They weren't made 
to last that long.” 

Located on the northwes¬ 
tern side of the university, the 
huts house several academic 
departments and laboratories, 
the theatre department and 
the Phoenix 'nieatre, plus 
some administration and stu¬ 
dent services offices. 

Many of the huts do not 
meet municipal building stan¬ 
dards. but are going to be 
needed in future to help fill 
the. gap between the universi¬ 
ty’s needs and the available 
space. Fetch said. 

Recent additions, such as 
the third wing the Qcan- 
hue building, and the Univer¬ 
sity Centre and MacLaunn 
music wing, both still under 
constructicHi, were not enougn 
to handle the growth. Peten 
said. New professi(Xial pro¬ 
grams such as law, public 
administration, and nursing 
were growing rapidly as they 
added successive years to 
their programs. 

In the latest example of how 
the huts would continue to 
serve the university. Fetch 
said they were being consid¬ 
ered as a potential home fca* 
the visual arts department. 

Now located in the Mac- 
I.aurin building, the depart¬ 
ment is being squeezed out by 
its roommate, tiie educati<m 
faculty. All attempts to get a 
new building for the visual 
arts program have failed to 
get government approval so 
far. 

The University Centre 
building will provide space for 
administrative departments 
still in the huts. 

The huts vacated by the ad- 
minstration could then be 
used 'by the visual arts de¬ 
partment if a large workshop 
building could be constructed 
nearby,. 


Trustees receive 
hints of surplus 

Hints of another surplus for the Greater Victoria 
school board surfaced at a board meeting on Monday 
night. 

In response to a question from trustee Peter Dora- 
zio, district superintendnt Allan Stables said it appears 
from preliminary dau that some sections of the budget 
could have surpluses by the end of the year, but he said 
this is "only a feeling” at the moment, a 

Last year the district racked up*% $3.1 million 
surplus which angered some of the more tax-conscious 
trustees, who blamed poor budgeting procedure? for en¬ 
couraging the board to collect more taxes than it need¬ 
ed. 

The board sits dofwn tonight to discuss its 1978 bud¬ 
get for the first time. 


Cadboro Bay 
produces 

view storey 


Saanich council ap^ared 
late Monday night to favor an 
application by homeowners In 
the Cadboro Bay district of 
Saanich to preserve their sea 
view and limit house-heights 
to one storey. 

At a public hearing in 
council chambers, council 
heard arguments for and 
against a proposed bylaw to 
rezone properties south of Kil- 
lamey Rmd. in the area 
tKXinded by ('Cadboro Bay 
Road, Ifibbens dose and Cad- 
boro Bay. 

The rezoning, from RS-2 
(detached housing) to RS-3 
(also detached housing), 
would change the restrictions 
limiting house-heights from 
30-feel to one-storey. 

The present 30-(oot restric¬ 
tion aillows for two-slorey 


Hot weather raising 
hazard near extreme 

Victoria weather forecaaterK are expecting hot 
weather to continue the rest of the week which couM 
raiae the forest fire hazard to extreme by Wednes¬ 
day. 

l>angford asaiatant forest ranger Bill Lang aaid 
.Monday night that the woods ratmg was just a few 
points short of the extreme hazard. 

Lang reported two fires Monday morning, one 
an easily-doused spot fire in the Survey Mountain 
area north of Sooke. The second burned about three 
acres of bniah in a steep area on the southern end 
of Galiano Island. 

The Galiano Island fire required six runs by a 
water bomber plus some spot dousing by a heli¬ 
copter. 


homes. Some homeowners, 
particularly those who live in 
two-s‘orey bouses, said a one- 
storey limit would be discrim¬ 
inatory. 

A lawyer speaking on behalf 
of homeowners opi) 06 ed to (he 
bylaw change said a one- 
storey restriction would lower 
the property \^lue of those 
who currently live in twti- 
storey houses, but municipal 
planner Gil Laurenson dis¬ 
agreed. 

Homeowners opposed to the 
change said a one-.storey limit 
would discriminate against 
children and large families. 
But council was told by mu¬ 
nicipal planners that the 
average house size In the area 
was more than adequate. 

Opponents also said they 
would have difficulty insuring 
their two-storey houses, and 
that their premiums would 
rise by 25 per cent Aid. Jcrfin 
Mika repll^ that he lived In a 
non-conforming, waterfront 
house, and hr had had no 
problem with insurance. 

"I recommend to anyone 
who’s having trouble with 
their Insurance to give ICBC 
a dingle,” he said. 

Residents in favor of the 
re/oning feared any more 
two-storey^houses would block 
their sea view. 

Tempers frequently flared at 
the public hearing, particu¬ 
larly between residents on op¬ 
posite sides of the re/oning 
lence. 

A man who had lived in the 
district since 1966 was called 
a ”J<rfmny-ccme-lately” by a 
resident Nvha had lived there 
for 25 j’ears. The wife of the 
man who was called a la¬ 
tecomer left the chambers in 
tears. 


Heritage bill welcomed 


Heritage legislation in¬ 
troduced Monday by Recrea¬ 
tion and .Conservation Min¬ 
ister Sam Bawlf will enable 
city council to put an “imme¬ 
diate stop to ^he erosion of 
Victoria’s character,” accord¬ 
ing to Aid. Robert Wright. 

"I think it’s just great.' 
said Wright, chairman of city 
council’s planning and zoning 
committee. 

The legislation would giNe 
municipalities the ]jower- to 


dedicate heritage sites with¬ 
out provincial approval. It 
would also enable municipal 
councils to withhold .demoli¬ 
tion permits for 90 da>’8 if the 
building to be demolished 
might merit heritage designa¬ 
tion. 

Wright said the legislation 
would be of great help to the 
city’s heritage program. 

“Until now, we've had no 
legal means of withholding 
demolition permilB.” he said. 

Although c4ty council 
passed an emergency bylaw 


last year prohibiting demoli¬ 
tion of more than 70 homes 
until those meriting designa¬ 
tion had been dealt with. 
Wright said he doubled the 
cit>’ could use that method 
again 

"This legislation* will give 
us the tools to administer a 
good heritage program." he 
said. 

”At least now we can con¬ 
sider the designation of a 
building without fear that h 
bulldozer mighi run through U 
next morning.”