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No. 288 — 119th Year tlfflll 



Vancouver Island's leading newspaper since 1858 


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Weather Details 
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Victoria, British Columbia, Saturday, November 26, 1977 


15« Daily, 30* Sunday 




Salt Spring air crash 
kills four from Island 


First ministers 

Slump 

huddle 

coming 

CHARLOTTETOWN (CP) 
— A spokesman (or Prime 
Minister Trudeau said Fri¬ 
day that Trudeau plans to 
call a (edcral-provincial con¬ 
ference on the economy fol¬ 
lowing the series of meetings 
with provincial premiers. 

Trudeau said that at the 
end of the talks, he would dis¬ 
close “not one industrial 
strategy for all of Canada, 
but a series of strategies.” 

He said structural changes 
in the economy will be needed 
because "there can be no im¬ 
mediate turnaround of our 
fortunes.” 

Trudeau also said there 
would be no federal-provin¬ 
cial conference to discuss the 
constitution until after the 
Quebec referendum on sepa¬ 
ration. 


New talks 
'wrecked’ 
by Sadat 

• UN resolution condemns 
Israel for bolding Arab land. 
Page 55 

DAMASCUS (Reuter) — 
Syria said Friday night that 
Egyptian President Anwar 
Sadat's visit to Israel last 
weekend had wrecked any 
chances of new Middle East 
peace talks in Geneva. 

Syrian Information Minis¬ 
ter Ahmed Iskander told a 
news conference that Sadat's 
initiative had created divi¬ 
sions among Arab countries 
which prevented them from 
negotiating with Israel as a 
single delegation. 

“Consequently there will 
be no Geneva,” he said. 

Iskander said the Egyptian 
leader's visit had also 
strengthened Israel’s posi¬ 
tion and increased what he 
termed its intransigence. 


Inside 

Today 

Smilhfield Square 
died on Friday 

— Page2 

Bennett offers 
inflation strategy 
— Page 10 

More mercury 
found in natives 


— 

Page 19 


Page 

Background 

5 

Bridge 

41 

Church News 

22,23 

Classified 

40-51 

Comics 

30 

Crossword 

42 

Editorials 

4 

Entertainment 

30, 31 

Family 

33-35 

Finance 

12, 13 

Marine Calendar 

3t 

Names in the News 

39 

Provincial Court 

38 

Sports 

24, 29, 32 

Yoor Good Health 

35 


Al Lafek, Bill Hitchin mend broken Coldstream cable 


the pawns 
in phone dispute 


By DON COLLINS 

Cotom sl Reporter 

The length of the B.C. Tele¬ 
phone Co. strike-lockout ap¬ 
peared Friday to depend on 
the answer to one question: 
Will there be a serious deteri¬ 
oration of service? 

The union involved says 
there will be and that if it 
becomes bad enough the fed¬ 
eral labor department will 
force a settlement and return 
to work. It says it has been 
told as much by Ottawa. 

But the company, with 2,- 
000 supervisory personnel 
manning the switchboards, 
trucks and offices, predicts 
service can be maintained at 
up to 80 per cent efficiency. 
Its task is made somewhat 
easier by the fact that the 
system is highly automated. 

No one is discounting the 
possibility of the standoff 
lasting longer than the six- 
week strike of 1969, some¬ 
thing that would leave the 
Telecommunications Work¬ 
ers Union walking the picket¬ 
lines at Christmas. 

"If it happens that way, 
then we’re ready for it,” a 
TWU official said Friday as 
the full-blown strike-lockout 
moved through its second 
day. “But there’s no way 
anyone has of knowing just 
how long it's going to last. 
The company could suddenly 
ask if we were all ready to go 
back at once and I'm told we 
would be ready. 

“Of course, that's not to 
say we wouldn’t return to the 
rotating strike method.” 

Before the second day was 
out the dispute appeared to 
be turning into a four-corner 
affair. 

The public was being drawn 
In as pawns of a sort in 
the strategy of both union and 
company, and the BCMP 
were becoming more visible 
in their search for vandals 
who have been sabotaging 
company equipment. 

The latest serious damage 
was reported in the Victoria 
i division Friday with the cut¬ 


ting of a cable at two locations 
along the Island Highway. 

The action left some 50 sub¬ 
scribers without phone ser¬ 
vice in the Malahat area, ac¬ 
cording to Ken Horodyski. 
public affairs manager for 
the company’s Island divi¬ 
sion. 

He said supervisors work¬ 
ing as repairmen fixed a cable 
that appeared to have been 
chopped with an axe near the 
point where it entered the 
ground just north of the Sooke 
Lake Road. When more trou¬ 
ble was reported to the north, 
they followed the under¬ 
ground cable to a bridge near 
Coldstream Park and dis¬ 
covered it had been “cut 
clean” beneath the bridge. 

Union officials say they 
have no knowledge of the 
damage and stress that the 
union does not condone such 
action. 


As a result of earlier van¬ 
dalism, B.C. Tel has posted a 
$5,000 reward for information 
producing arrests and con¬ 
viction. 

Cable-cutting incidents ear¬ 
lier in the week near Nan¬ 
aimo brought the RCMP into 
the picture. At that time only 
about one-third of the 10,000 
TWU members were idle be¬ 
cause of rotating strikes and 
lockouts. 

The company claims consi¬ 
derable action was taken to 
disrupt service as the last 
7,000 union members poured 
out of the offices and plants 
Thursday to join the 3,000 al¬ 
ready off the job. 

One strategic move on the 
part of the union has already 
ended plans to televise the 
Vancouver Canucks-Chicago 
Black Hawks NHL game from 
Vancouver tonight. Instead, 

Page 2 — B.C. Tel 


Plane 
lost 
in fog 


The pilot and three occu¬ 
pants of a single-engine light 
aircraft were killed Friday 
when the plane crashed into 
fog-shrouded Mount Erskine 
on Salt Spring Island. 

The plane had taken off 
about 2:45 p.m.from Cassidy 
Airport, south of Nanaimo, 
for a 209-kilometre flight to 
Seattle. 

RCMP said the two men 
and two women were from 
Vancouver Island. No names 
were released until next-of- 
kin had been notified. 

Eyewitness Charles 
Baltzer, who lives about a 
quarter mile from the crash- 
scene. said the plane ap¬ 
peared to be lost before it 
crashed into a stand of arbu¬ 
tus trees at the 500-foot level 
of the 1,300-foot mountain. 

“The plane was circling; 
the pilot appeared to be lost,” 
he said. 

Baltzer, who was with his 
wife and daughter in the li- 
vingroom of their Mount Ers¬ 
kine Road home, said the 
plane circled over his house 
just before the crash. 

"He's going to crash, I told 
my wife. 

“I went outside and heard 
him crash into the moun¬ 
tain." 

Baltzer, who directed po¬ 
lice and firemen to the scene, 
said the Cessna hit the trees 
and bounced off them into the 
rock face. 

A volunteer Ganges fire 
man told the Colonist the pilot 
appeared to hit a bad fog 
patch. 

“It seems the pilot was 
looking for a gap to take him 
to Pat Bay, but the fog was so 
dense he just got lost." 

The plane crashed just 
above Collins Road on the 
northwest comer of the is¬ 
land and the four died in¬ 
stantly, the spokesman said. 

Police, who arrived at the 
scene at 3:40 p.m., 20 minutes 
after the crash, said the four 
were trapped in the wreck¬ 
age. 

Transport ministry investi¬ 
gators sifted through the 
wreckage until dark attempt 
ing to determine the cause of 
the crash. 


A white Grey Cup? 

MONTREAL (CP) — With no sign of an immediate 
end to the city’s transit strike which began five days 
ago, traffic for Grey Cup weekend was expected to be 
disrupted by 15 centimetres of snow forecast for 
today. The game is at Olympic Stadium Sunday. 


DOLLAR DIP 
DEEPENING 


LONDON (Renter) - The 
U.S. dollar suffered badly on 
European foreign exchange 
markets Friday and in Tokyo 
the Bank of Japan bought 
between $S* million and $100 
million In defence of the ail¬ 
ing U.S. currency. 

In Frankfurt the U.S. dol¬ 
lar hit a record low until cen¬ 
tral bank support enabled it 
to close fractionally higher. 


Blonde bombshell 


MONTREAL (CP) — A beautiful Russian 
blonde with a taste for mink coats and 
Montreal culture has chosen to defect rather 
than return to the Soviet Union. 

An immigration official said Friday that 
Natalia Morosova, an interpreter at the 
United Nations-affiliated International Civil 
Aviation Organization here, has applied for 
political asylum in Canada. Her three-year 
contract with the organization would have 
expired next week. 

“She reported to an immigration office in 


Toronto early this week and asked that her 
case be considered On humanitarian 
grounds,” the spokesman said. “We ex¬ 
pect to interview her in mid-January" 

Miss Morosova disappeared last weekend, 
after telling the superintendent of her Mon¬ 
treal apartment she was moving out her 
personal belongings. The superintendent 
and police said Soviet diplomats in Mon¬ 
treal, backed by city police who guarded her 
$185-a-monlhapartment for 24 hours, 
blocked an arrangement she had with a 


500 Fund 


Members of the Victoria Tole Club 
created these three-dimensional 
paintings and crafts and have donat¬ 
ed them for sale, with proceeds 
going to the Colonist's 500 Christ¬ 
mas Fund. With gifts on sale today at 


Hillside Mall are, from left, Jan 
Stewart, Gloria Quarless and Chris¬ 
tie Mantell. Latest donations have 
brought proceeds to date to $5.- 
547.75. (List of donations and gift 
dropoff points on Page 2.) 


Helping handiwork 


■ * 9 *. 

v. 


Fox is foiled again 
in probe-delay bid 


MONTREAL (CP) — Solic¬ 
itor-General Francis Fox 
failed Friday for the second 
time this week to force a 
Quebec commission of in¬ 
quiry into police wrongdoing 
to suspend all hearings for 10 
days. 

Associate Chief Justice 
James Hugessen of Quebec 
Superior Court rejected 
Fox’s request for a stay in 
proceedings on grounds the 
commission was performing 
a valuable function by inves¬ 
tigating illegal police acts 
and presented no immedi¬ 
ate threat to national securi¬ 
ty- 

“In the circumstances of 
the present case ... I am 
not disposed to paralyze, 
even temporarily, the pro¬ 
ceedings of a commission 
which has the goal of enlight¬ 
ening the public," he con¬ 
cluded in an 18-page written 
judgment. 

The judge ruled that given 
the lack of evidence the com¬ 
mission would endanger na¬ 
tional security, it had a right 
to continue its investigation 
of RCMP involvement in ille¬ 
gal acts on Quebec territory. 


Hugessen also noted the so¬ 
licitor-general had not chosen 
to use all the legal means at 
his disposal to prevent the 
commission from treading on 
forbidden ground. 

Since this decision was 
taken by the minister, he “is 
ill-advised to ask the court to 


bring him comfort in the cir¬ 
cumstances,” the judge 
added. 

Fox's lawyers said after 
the hearing they were stu¬ 
dying the possibility of ap¬ 
pealing the decision. But a 
commission lawyer said ear- 
Page 2— Probe 


Ex-RCMP chief 
quits press panel 


EDMONTON (CP) — For 
mer RCMP commissioner 
George McClellan has re¬ 
signed as chairman-elect of 
the Alberta Press Council be¬ 
cause of the conflict of inter- 
esl between the attacks on 
the RCMP and the job he was 
to begin Jan. I. 

McClellan, in a letter made 
public Friday, said: 

"Since I agreed to serve as 
chairman, the Royal Canadi¬ 
an Mounted Police, in which I 


served for 35 years, has come 
under bitter attack in the 
press, on television and in the 
House of Commons. 

"Indeed, the force has been 
accused, tried, convicted, 
and editorially punished with 
no opportunity to defend it¬ 
self. 

“My loyalty to the force I 
served so long does not allow 
me to take a dispassionate 
view of the increasing fury of 
these attacks." 


defects to Canada 


moving company to make the move this 
week. s 

The superintendent of her fashionable 
highrise apartment building, who asked not 
to be identified, said he met briefly Wednes¬ 
day with the lawyer representing her but 
did not recall the lawyer's name. The lawyer 
had given no indication of Miss Moroso- 
va’s whereabouts. 

An ICAO associate said Miss Morosova 
was "an extremely attractive woman" who 


had surprised no one with her apparent 
attempt to remain in Canada. 

“She was interested in culture, music, 
clothes and—oh yes—mink coats,” her asso¬ 
ciate said. 

An ICAO spokesman said it was the orga¬ 
nization's first defection since it was set up 
here 30 years ago. 

Her colleagues had planned a going-away 
party for her this week, in preparation for 
her return to the Soviet Union at the end of 
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Smithfield 
Square 
died Friday 


BELFAST (Reuter) — A 
row of bumed out and dere¬ 
lict buildings was all that 
was left of Smithfield Square 
Friday after guerrilla bombs 
destroyed the last shop and 
showroom in the street. 

The bombs wiped out a car 
showroom and a record store 
along one side of Smithfield 
Square, leaving the 100-yard- 
long street a mass of wrecked 
premises. 

GUERRILLAS of the out¬ 
lawed Irish Republican 
Army, fighting to end British 
rule in Northern Ireland, 
claimed responsibility for the 
Smithfield Square blasts. 

The bombs appeared to be 
a combination of two of the 
IRA's favorite weapons, the 
blast bomb and the incendi¬ 
ary. 

Police issued a warning 
that more blast bombs could 
be expected and urged busi¬ 
nessmen and shopkeepers to 
leave lights on in their pre¬ 
mises to help security forces. 

ARMY firefighters fought 
several fires caused by in¬ 
cendiaries here Friday, as 
well as the Smithfield Square 
blasts. 

One firebomb set alight a 
timber yard, but the flames 
were quickly doused by yard 
staff. 


A furniture store was se¬ 
verely damaged by a bomb 
which exploded shortly after 
an army patrol had spotted it 
and successfully evacuated 
the building. 


Love strikes out , 
mates walk out 

BIRMINGHAM, England (Reuter) — A jealous hus¬ 
band punched a fellow worker hr thought was his 
wife's lover and brought a whole auto production line 
to a halt. 

The husband was fired after the fight at the British 
Inland factory, and 165 Leyland workers walked out 
in sympathy. Only then did he learn be had picked the 
wrong man. 

The men later agreed to go back to work. A Leyland 
spokesman said management would review the dis¬ 
missal decision and look at the “extenuating circum¬ 
stances” of the incident. 


B.C. Tel dispute 


Williams seeking 
mutual labor pact 


VANCOUVER (CP) — 
Federal and provincial gov¬ 
ernments must establish mu¬ 
tual industrial relations poli¬ 
cies if the national economy 
is to have a real chance to 
improve, B.C. Labor Minister 
Allan Williams said Friday. 
(See also Pages 10 and 39.) 

He told the Men s Canadian 
Club that the cause of nation 
al unity also demands that 
every administration con¬ 
sider the possible effects of 
action in labor-management 
areas on the rest of the coun¬ 
try. * 

Williams gave two exam¬ 
ples of critical situations that 
are developing because of the 
lack of harmony in Cana 
dians' approach to legislation 
and policy in dealing with 
industrial disputes. 

One is the current strike- 


lockout situation at British 
Columbia Telephone Co., he 
said, a federal responsibility 
that Ottawa does not have the 
power to resolve—as the pro¬ 
vincial government would 
have with its recent essential 
services legislation. 

The other, said Williams, 
comes next May 1, when for 
the first time in the nation's 
history every province’s con¬ 
struction industry simultan¬ 
eously enters negotiations 
with its related unions. 

“What effects will 10 sepa¬ 
rate jurisdictions, with 10 
separate policies, have on ne¬ 
gotiations and on the cause of 
national unity and on the 
economy?” he asked. 

“The time has come for us 
to address ourselves to the 
harmonization of the manner 
in which all jurisdictions ac¬ 


cept industrial relations re¬ 
sponsibilities." 

Williams criticized Ottawa 
for failing to consult the pro¬ 
vinces on national industrial 
policy. 

He said it has been popular 
to focus Canadian attention 
on industrial relations con¬ 
cepts in other parts of the 
world but many such foreign 
policies cannot successfully 
be transplanted to Canada. 

“But why Is it that while we 
can absorb ourselves in 
what’s being done in other 
countries it doesn't occur to 
us to send the same experts to 
make a similar assessment 
job of industrial relations in 
this nation?" Williams asked. 


the public will see the Mon¬ 
treal Detroit game. Mean¬ 
while, company spokesmen 
say near-normal phone ser¬ 
vice is being maintained. 
However, they expect some 
delays with' repairs and in¬ 
stallation until the supervi¬ 
sory force has an opportunity 
to become accustomed to its 
new role. 

Until then, repair work and 
installation of new phones is 
being confined to essential 
cases. Horodyski said this 
would apply mainly to tele¬ 
phones belonging to essential 
businesses and handicapped 
persons. 

During the next few days, 
no phone will likely be re¬ 
paired unless it is comple¬ 
tely out of service, he said. 

Union spokesmen say they 
have little doubt the service 
will deteriorate badly despite 
the “company’s determina¬ 
tion to run the show them¬ 
selves.” 

"Winter weather, even in 
these parts, usually knocks 
down some lines, and they’re 
going to find themselves in 
trouble before long," one 
union official said. 

Both sides appeared to be 
appealing to the public. 

Horodyski said the handi¬ 
cap imposed by the dispute 


il'OIII I'llfif I 


would be eased if the public 
would direct-dial when mak¬ 
ing long distance calls and use 
the phone books rather than 
rely on the 113 directory assis¬ 
tance number. 

He said up to date listings 
would be in the new direct¬ 
ories now being distributed, 
although the directories don't 
go into effect until Dec. I. 

The union, however, said 
that since the public was pay¬ 
ing for the service it should 
not accept anything less than 
normal. 

While there has been no 
official move in this direc¬ 


tion. some union representa¬ 
tives have been providing tips 
about the extensive types of 
services the public can de¬ 
mand. 

“For Instance, there are 16 
countries you can call with- 
out.charge when you are after 
information," one union 
source said. 

“Let’s say you want to trace 
your ancestors in England 
and you want the right phone 
number... well then, the oper¬ 
ator has to stay with you. It's 
a service the public might like 
to know about." 

The company has said the 
billing service would contin¬ 
ue, although It might be a 
little slow at first. 


Asked whether other trade 
unionists might not be ex¬ 
pected to balk at the idea of 
sending their money through 
picketlines, a TWU official 
said: 

“No. we haven't asked any¬ 
one not to pay. But if you pay 
It in coins-say all pennies-it 
has to be counted by a person 
rather than a computer and It 
does tend to hold things up a 
bit.” 


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Probe delay blocked 


lier this week such appeals 
were rarely successful. 

The decision clears the 
path for the commission to 
begin public hearings at 
which senior RCMP officers 
are expected to testify about 
their role in an illegal police 
break-in at a left-wing news 
agency in October. 1972. 

Commissioner Jean Keable 
said the hearings would start 
as planned Tuesday. 

The request for a 10 day 
suspension was filed Tuesday 
on behalf of Fox and federal 
Justice Minister Ron Basford 


I-'mm 


as part of a wide-ranging 
constitutional challenge to 
the commission's mandate to 
investigate RCMP activities. 

The main case is scheduled 
to come before Hugessen 
Dec. 6. 

Another superior court 
judge rejected the suspen 
sion on a technical point 
Wednesday, but Fox’s law¬ 
yers succeeded in having the 
case assigned to Mr. Jus¬ 
tice Hugessen. 


500 Fund donations 


Donations to the Colonist 
f>00 Fund can be made 
through the Victoria Press 
office at 2621 Douglas or by 
mail to postal code V8W 2N1. 

In addition. Avis Rent a 
Car at 638 Humboldt and 1120 
Quadra, al Quadra and Pan 
dora. are receiving dona 
tions. 

Seventeen real estate of¬ 
fices throughout Greater Vic¬ 
toria are prepared to accept 
donations to the fund. They 
are: 

Bay shore Realty Ltd.. 1006 
Fort; Charman Pacific Real¬ 
ty Ltd., 603 Broughton; Boor 
man Investment Co. Ltd.. 612 
Fort; Homefinder.s Wall and 
Redekop Realty Ltd , 3440 
Douglas; Newstead Realty 
Ltd., 1637 Fort; D.F.H. Real 
Estate Ltd., 1559 McKenzie; 
Victoria Realty Ltd . 3477 
Saanich Road; A E. LePage 
Western Ltd., 1391 Hillside; 
Royal Trust Corp. of Canada, 
4082 Shelbourne; J.H. Whit 
tome and Co. Ltd , till Blan 
shard; L.E. Kirk Mayfair Re¬ 
alty Ltd., Mayfair mall; Na 
tional Trust Co Ltd.. Hillside 


mall; Whyte and Gower Oak 
Bay Properties Ltd., 2227 Oak 
Bay; Sidney Realty Ltd., 2348 
Beacon Ave., Sidney; Canada 
Trust Co., 714 Goldstream 
Ave . Swinerton. Stewart 
Clark Ltd., 1318 Blanshard. 
and P R. Brown and Sons 
Ltd.. 762 Port. 

Carried toward *4910 75 

Anonymous 20 00 

Mrs. leonle Mav 100 00 

L B 25 00 

Mrs OorlsL Pitts 20.00 

Mrs Marian E Kirby 5,00 

Second Trefoil Guild ot Vitoria 5.00 

Vaughan and Edith Pritchard 10.00 

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Mrs Edna m Winters S.00 

Mrs J W Mule aster 2.00 

Friends at Ganges 30.00 

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In his decision Friday, the 
judge stressed that his ruling 
related only to the requested 
suspension not to the consti¬ 
tutional questions involved. 

Hugessen noted the Quebec 
government had exclusive 
jurisdiction over the adminis¬ 
tration of justice in the pro¬ 
vince and this meant it had 
primary responsibility for in¬ 
vestigating RCMP involve¬ 
ment in illegal acts on its 
territory. 

Hugessen replied sharply 
to an argument by Michel 
Robert, one of Fox’s lawyers, 
that a federal royal commis¬ 
sion of inquiry would also 
investigate RCMP wrongdo¬ 
ing while adequately protect¬ 
ing national security. 

"But crimes committed in 
the name of national security 
are crimes all the same and 
are punishable as such.” he 
said. 

“It is not in taking refuge 
behind the veil of national 
security that a minister can 
prevent justice from taking 
its course.” 

In a seven-hour court hear 
ing Thursday, lawyer Robert 
argued it was .urgent to slop 
both public and closed-door 
hearings because the com¬ 
mission could reveal infor 
mation relating to national 
security. 

He said the commission 

had filed five subpoenas with 
Fox asking him for RCMP 
documents, many of which 
the solicitor-general did not 
want to hand over. 

Robert had argued that 22 
RCMP witnesses called to 
testify could find themselves 
in a position of possibly vio¬ 
lating the Official Secrets Act 
or the RCMP Act by an 
swering the commission's 
questions. 


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The Weather 


Nov.26, 1977 


Cloudy with a few sunny 
periods and a few morning 
showers. Winds moderate to 
strong westerly becoming 
light to moderate easterly 
this afternoon. Friday’s pre 
cipitation: 31.3mm. Sunshine 
nil. Recorded high and low at 
Victoria airport 5 and 2. 
Today's forecast high and 
low 6 to 8 and 1 to 3. Today's 
sunrise 7:38, sunset 
4:24Moonrise 5:37 p m., 
moonset 8:12 a m. Sunday 
outlook: rain and windy. 

East coast of Vancouver Is¬ 
land — Cloudy with morning 
showers, afternoon sunny pe¬ 
riods. Winds light to moder¬ 
ate northwesterly becoming 
light southeasterly Saturday 
afternoon. Friday’s precipi¬ 
tation: 37.4mm. Recorded 
high and low at Nanaimo 5 
and 0. Forecast high and low 
5 to 8 and 1 to 3. Sunday 
outlook: rain and windy. 

West coast of Vancouver 
Island — Cloudy with show¬ 
ers becoming steady rain in 
the evening. Winds moderate 
westerly becoming moderate 
southeasterly near noon Sat¬ 
urday. Forecast high and low 
at Tofino 5 to 10 and 3 to 5. 


Sunday outlook: rain becom¬ 
ing showery by evening. 

North coast — Mostly 
cloudy with a few rain show¬ 
ers except snow showers in¬ 
land. Highs 6 to 9 except 
about —5 inland. Sunday out 
look: rain by noon mixed with 
snow inland. 


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Cranbrook 

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Vancouver 

Prince Ruoert 

Terrace 

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DAILY COLONIST, Victoria, B.C., Sat., Nov. 28, 1977 3 


Man shot to death 
for a penny’s gas 


DECATUR, Ga. (AP) — A service station attendant 
was shot to death Friday in an argument with a 
customer over one cent’s worth of gasoline. 

Leroy Clarence Smith, 14, of Atlanta, died Friday 
night from a gunshot wound, and Roger Underwood, 
24, of Ocala, Fla, was charged with murder. 

The argument apparently began when the customer 
said he was one cent short of the amount on the 
gasoline pump at the self-service station. 


Dissident trials may hurt pacts 


BELGRADE (Reuter) — 
The United States warned the 
Soviet Union on Friday that 
future trials of political dissi¬ 
dents in Eastern Europe 
might jeopardize major 
East-West agreements, in¬ 
cluding the proposed strate¬ 
gic arms limitation accord. 

The warning came in a 
statement by Senator Robert 
Dole, a member of the U.S. 
delegation at the 35-country 
European security confer¬ 
ence here. 

After his statement to a 
plenary session, the Kansas 


Republican confirmed at a 
news conference that he spe¬ 
cifically had In mind the case 
of imprisoned Soviet Jewish 
dissident Anatoly 
Shcharansky, who was offi¬ 
cially denounced as a traitor 
last month. 

Shcharansky’s mother said 
last week she was told by 
authorities in Moscow that 
her son might need a lawyer 
in a month's time. 

The United States has re¬ 
peatedly said it would regard 
such a trial as a major blow 
to progress at the Belgrade 



conference, which Is review¬ 
ing the implementation of the 
1975 Helsinki accords with 
their provisions for human 
rights. 

Shcharansky Is a member 
of an unofficial Moscow 
group monitoring Soviet com- 
pliance with the Helsinki 
agreement. 

Dole said in his statement: 
"Public trials of political dis¬ 
sidents . . . could have a 
profound impact on pending 
or subsequent bilateral and 
multilateral agreements. 
Most members of the 
Congress of the United States 
believe, in my opinion, that 
human rights cannot be su¬ 
bordinated to development, 
co-operation and security.” 

Reaffirming the U.S. com¬ 
mitment to pursue its human 
rights campaign, Dole said 
his country was particularly 
concerned about how Helsin¬ 
ki pledges had been carried 
out in practice. 


He said the United States, 
backed by other Western 
countries, would soon submit 
a proposal to the conference 
designed to ensure implc; 
mentation of the Helsinki 
pledges on "human rights 
and fundamental freedoms.” 

He gave no details. 


Western diplomatic 
sources said the Soviet dele¬ 
gation, which knows the gen¬ 
eral outlines of the proposal, 
has approached some of the 
nine neutral European coun¬ 
tries here to warn them 
against lending their support. 

If they do back the propo¬ 


sal, the Soviet bloc will try to 
ensure that the Belgrade con¬ 
ference ends with a conclud¬ 
ing document of only about 
three lines—without the de¬ 
tailed references to past im¬ 
plementation and future 
measures sought by the West 
and many neutral countries, 
i the sources said. 


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Tractors clog president’s home town 


Farmers driving an estimated 10,000 tractors clogged 
highways leading into Plains, Ga., Friday. Farmers 
in tractorcade through President Carter’s home town 


Arsonist tries 
hospital anew 


were protesting low prices for farm products. They 
want government help in program to assure profits to 
producers. Crop-dusting planes also took part. 


Pirates attack 
Spanish vessel 


LONDON (Reuter) — An 
arsonist Friday made his 
fifth attempt to set a 740-pa 
tiept hospital on fire in the 
second week of a firemen s 
strike. 

And a colonel leading 780 
soldiers on firefighting duties 
criticized their poor pay and 
billeting and warned that 
their morale was getting low. 

The fifth fire since last 
Sunday al London's Middle¬ 
sex Hospital was started in 
garbage dumped in the base¬ 
ment. 

Troops who put out the 
blaze found spent matches. 

"Someone was spotted 
near the scene before the 
fire, but we have no detailed 
description,” said a police of¬ 
ficer. 

Police have maintained a 
round-the-clock watch over 
the hospital since Monday, 
and the hospital has hired 
extra security guards. 

Defence Minister Fred 
Muiley Friday studied a tran¬ 
script of remarks made on 
radio Thursday by Lt.-Col. 


Morgan Llewellyn, whose 
firefighters were billeted in a 
hall they called Cold Comfort 
Farm. 

Describing conditions as 
appalling, the colonel said the 
men had only 1ft washbasins 
and one shower. 

The soldiers are part of the 
15.000-man force standing in 
for the 36.000 firemen, who 
are seeking a 30-per-cent 
raise in their weekly wage of 
$128. 

“It is simply not possible 
for a young soldier to live on 
$40 a week," said Llewellyn. 

Sentence aim 
of university 

STORRS, Conn. (AP) — 
The University of Connecti¬ 
cut Is offering a course in how 
to write a simple English 
sentence. 

‘‘We can’t continue to 
award college credit to func¬ 
tional illiterates,” observed 
Prof. Herbert Lederer. 


MADRID (Reuter) — A 
large band of Nigerian pi¬ 
rates armed with subma¬ 
chine-guns attacked a Span¬ 
ish freighter moored off 
Lagos harbor, injuring the 
captain and several crew 
members, officials reported 
Friday. 

The attack followed a simi¬ 
lar incident last Monday, 
when pirates attacked the 
Danish freighter Lindinger 
Ivory, shooting the captain 
and throwing him overboard. 
They wounded all 14 crew, 
stole cargo and smashed the 
ship's radio in the early- 
morning attack. 

Europa Press news agency 
quoted a Spanish merchant 
marine union spokesman Fri¬ 
day as saying the latest at¬ 
tack took place several days 
ago against the 992-ton 
freighter Joselin, anchored 
six kilometres outside Lagos. 

He was quoted as saying 


pirates attacked another 
Spanish freighter, the 924-ton 
Sierra Andia, off Lagos on 
April 23, shooting and wound¬ 
ing two crew members. 

On Thursday, the 28-mem- 
ber international Shipowners 
and Seamen’s Group called 
on Nigeria to stop the pirate 
attacks. 


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Smoke bombs found 


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TORONTO (CP) — An 
RCMP officer testified Fri¬ 
day that he entered a private 
garage in Metropolitan To¬ 
ronto without a search .war¬ 
rant because he believed he 
would find smoke bombs ex¬ 
pected to be used to disrupt 
an Olympic soccer game in¬ 
volving the Israeli team. 

“I was instructed to do it," 
Cpi. George Duggan of the 
RCMP security service said, 
after explaining he found the 
smoke bombs. 

Duggan, accompanied by 
an officer from the Intelli¬ 
gence squad of the Metro po¬ 
lice force during the July, 
1970, incident, said he felt 
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wing Western Guard party. 

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stadium where the match 
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everything as it was and re¬ 
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Comment 


SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26. 1977 


In the wake 
of Capt. Cook 

THE DAY WILL COME when a provincial cabi¬ 
net minister with imagination and fire will see 
that the B.C. Ferry Corporation develops a sure 
winner — a ferry route around all Or most of 
Vancouver island. 

Perhaps Sam Bawlf, who has just been hand¬ 
ed the ferry fleet, is the man. 

Island residents would love such a voyage of 
discovery in their own land — the tour¬ 
ists would love it — and the politicians would 
mutter: “Why didn’t we do this years ago?” 

Indeed the possibilities are so enchanting 
and numerous that not even government is likely 
to miss them much longer. Unfortunately, it is a 
project which needs to be developed on a scale 
and w ith a breadth of co-ordination only govern¬ 
ment can muster. 

We are prompted to such dreams by word 
front Transport Minister Jack Davis, former 
commander of the fleet, that the ferry corpora¬ 
tion will launch a new route in the spring of 1979. 
The Queen of Surrey will run between Port 
Hardy, at the north end of Vancouver Island, and 
Prince Rupert, during the summer months. The 
rest of the year the Queen of Prince Rupert will 
continue her Prince Rupert-Tsawwassen ser¬ 
vice. 

The new service from Port Hardy is intend¬ 
ed to coincide with completion of a highway 
extension from Kelsey Bay to the north island. 

When people map their vacation travels, 
many like to plan circle routes. No repetition. 
Most families also love boat trips. 

But consider their options when they look at 
Vancouver Island. There's a good road between 
Victoria and Kelsey Bay. eventually Port Hardy. 
There are interesting but dead-end runs to Port 
Albemi and Long Beach, to Gold River, to Sooke 
and on to Jordan River, even to Bamfield. Then 
you turn around and come back. 

You can arrive or leave the island by boat at 
Victoria (including Swartz Bay), at Nanaimo, at 
Comox and Kelsey Bay. 

But suppose you had a ferry service which 
circled the island and carried vehicles, or even 
ran just the inside waters between Port Hardy 
and Victoria. Suppose the islander or visitor 
could hoard it in Victoria or Nanaimo or Camp¬ 
bell River or Kelsey Bay or Beaver Cove or Port 
Hardy. And if the ferry could handle open water, 
like the Queen of Prince Rupert, there could be 
West Coast calls at places such as Quatsino. 
Nootka. Tofino, Ucluelet, Bamfield. Port Ren¬ 
frew. 

Travellers could pick their port for over¬ 
night stops. Accommodation would surely be 
built as soon as the market was there. 

Given an island-circling ferry service, there 
would be endless combinations for travellers, 
not just those with cars, either. The possibi¬ 
lities are enhanced when you add a complemen¬ 
tary expansion of CP Rail’s currently pitiful 
Dayliner service. Why not an extension — 
Parksville to Port Albemi — on a track now 
carrying only freight? 

Let's look at just a few of the options if all 
this came to to pass: 

• From Victoria by ferry’ to Nanaimo, by 
Dayliner to Port Albemi, by boat down the 
Albemi Canal to Bamfield, (maybe a hike to 
the Pachena light), ferry back to Victoria. 

• By car from Victoria to Kelsey Bay, ferry 
to Beaver,Cove, a look at Port Hardy, (perhaps 
the trek to Cape Scott), camping down the island 
at Woss Lake, Muchalet. to Gold River and 
home. 

• Bus from Victoria to Long Beach, ferry 
back to Victoria. 

• Dayliner to Port Albemi, ferry to Uclue¬ 
let, bus back home. 

• Bus to Jordan River, hike the West Coast 
Trail, ferry home. 

The island’s coast, from the water, may be 
our most attractive feature. Yet how much of it 
have you seen? 

Of course there would be problems launch¬ 
ing an island-circling ferry service. Docks and 
weather are obvious ones. But the biggest 
problem has been finding a cabinet minister with 
the vision and energy to make the inevitable 
rpippen sooner, is Sam the man? 




J 


Today in History 

-J 


Marshal Soult, one of Na¬ 
poleon's most successful gen¬ 
erals, died 126 years ago 
today — in 1851 — at Chateau 
Soultberg in France. Success¬ 
ful in Italian. Prussian and 
Portuguese campaigns. Soult 
was beaten in Spain by the 
Duke of Wellington. Soult 
changed sides after Napoleon 
abdicated, but rejoined him 
for the 100 Days. Banished 
until 1819, he gradually re¬ 
covered his titles and was the 


French minister of war from 
1830 to 1834. 

885 — Vikings attacked 
Paris. 

1857 — Australia's first 
Parliament opened at Mel¬ 
bourne. 

187* — Charles W. God¬ 
dard. author of Perils of Pau¬ 
line, was bom. 

1966 — The first tidal- 
powered hydro-electric dam 
went into use in France. 




The ‘blue-eyed Arabs’ keep cool on oil 


LONDON — It is the poor who some 
times behave foolishly when given a 
fortune: the rich don't lose their heads 
over it. If they are not only rich but also 
Norwegian, they can be positively cool 
about the whole idea. 

The envious remarks about "blue- 
eyed Arabs" living in the "Kuwait of the 
North” are quite understandable. Nor 
wegian oil production from the North 
Sea will rise to around 1.5 million bar¬ 
rels per day by the end of the decade, 
which is 10 times Norway's own con¬ 
sumption. State income from oil by that 
time will come to around $1,000 per head 
for each of the four million Norwegians. 

This has not led to outbreaks of 
public gaiety in the streets of Oslo. (To 
those who know the reserved Norwe¬ 
gians. such a concept is unimaginable 
anyway). Indeed, there are times when 
they seem lo wish that the whole oil 
bonanza would just go away. 

The problem is that the Norwegians 
were rich already and quite happy as 
they were. When they got their indepen 
dence from Sweden in 1905. they were 
still a dirt-poor farming and fishing 
nation whose principal export was emi 
grants. By the 1970s, however, Norway 
had already risen to have a higher 
Gross National Product per capita than 
any of the industrial nations except 
Switzerland and Sweden. Through it all, 
the Norwegians managed to preserve 
much of their traditional rural values 

By the middle 1980s, however, oil will 
have made Norwegians by far the 
wealthiest people of any Industrial eoun 
try. The pace of change has got much 


too fast and a great many Norwegians 
fear that their traditions could be 
. drowned in a flood of oil revenue. 

That is the source of what the Nor¬ 
wegians call "the green wave” — an 
upsurge of public concern for both the 
natural and the human ecology of the 
country. Too rapid and reckless devel¬ 
opment of the oil. they argue, could 
pollute both Norway's coastline and its 
culture. 

The most striking example of this 
trend is Professor Eric Damman’s "fu 
ture in our hands" movement, which 
has attracted much popular Sympathy 
and support. He appeals for an actual 
reduction in consumption and a return 
to a simpler life-style. The best thing to 
do with the oil revenue, he suggests, 
would be to give It all away as foreign 
aid. 

Such sentiments have already pro¬ 
duced real results. The government has 
put an absolute ceiling on oil production 
of i .8 million barrels per day, no matter 
how much is found. 

Foreign immigration has been vir¬ 
tually banned, so that there will be no 
recruiting of cheap labor from the Me¬ 
diterranean to do the Norwegians’ dirty 
work. Oil drilling north of latitude 62° 
(only a quarter of the way up Norway’s 
long coast) has been postponed indefini¬ 
tely because of the possible effects on 
the extremely delicate northern ecolo¬ 
gy 

Popular concern about the impact of 
oil is also having marked political ef¬ 
fects. Over the past decade, Norway's 
Labor Party, with its strong rural base. 



had been suffering steady erosion as 
urban and industrial influences grew 
steadily greater. In the past few years 
Labor was only able to govern in an 
uncomfortable coallton with an extreme 
left party. 

Labor's consistent support, with the 
ecological lobby, has now won it back all 
the ground it had lost in the cities. In the 
elections on September 12 the extreme 
left was virtually wiped out, and Labor 
won an absolute majority in the Storting 
(Parliament). 

Given the rapidly rising oil revenues 
Norway will be getting over the next 
decade from projects already under¬ 
way, only a totally incompetent govern¬ 
ment could look forward to less than two 
full four-year terms in office. Mr. Odvar 
Nordli’s Labor government is the very 
opposite of incompetent, so Norway can 
count on an indefinite continuation of 
Ihe present extremely cautious policy 
on oil exploitation. 


This Is not to say, of course, that the 
Labor government is actually going to 
donate all Its oil income to worthy 
causes overseas. It has already been 
heavily subsidizing the economy 
through foreign borrowing against fu¬ 
ture oil revenues As a result Norway, 
uniquely of all the industrial countries, 
has come through the post-1974 recess¬ 
ion with full employment and steadily 
rising real incomes. 

Neither does the government con¬ 
sider it possible to preserve the country 
from major upheavals due to oil wealth 
Rich fountries, by definition, have high 
“abor costs and Norway’s are now esti¬ 
mated lo be the world's highest. 

That means an inevitable fall In Nor 
way's established exports, which will 
destroy the jobs of up to one fifth of 
Norway’s labor force by 1980. It is hard 
ly surprising and at least one Norwe¬ 
gian business leader privately shares 
Professor Damman's view that the oil 
money should all be given away. 

No community actually rejects 
wealth outright, however, and the gov¬ 
ernment’s strategy Is directed, instead, 
to controlling the pace of change and 
cushioning Its impact. Labor's election 
pledge was to build a “qualitatively 
better society” mainly through im¬ 
proved social welfare. 

In general the Norwegian aim seems 
to be to turn the wealth into quality, not 
mere quantity. Since they already had 
material goods in ample quantity, they 
stand a better chance than most win 
ners in the International resources lot¬ 
tery of achieving that aim. 



It’s back to the land 
in higher education 


BOSTON — They should re¬ 
write the lyrics of that old 
song. "How you going to keep 
’em down on the farm?” 
Today the question is: How to 
find enough room for stu¬ 
dents stampeding into state 
agricultural colleges? 

After 30 years of Ameri¬ 
cans leaving the land for 
shorter hours and better pay 
in factories and offices, the 
tide began to reverse in the 
early 1970s. 

Agricultural schools re¬ 
flected the change in trend. 
Enrolment shot up eight per 
cent from 54.000 in 1970 to 
nearly 59,000 in 1$7I and has 
been climbing steadily since. 
By the 1976-77 academic 
year, 98,000 young Americans 
were studying a broad range 
of agricultural subjects from 
food production and animal 
husbandry to environmental 
topics. 

Two surprising facts: Only 
half of.these students are 
from rural areas, the rest 
hailing from cities and subur¬ 
bia. And 28 per cent of the 
total are women. 

The University of Massa¬ 
chusetts’ two-year Stock 
bridge School of Agriculture 
has long had a limit of 600 
students. This year for every 
applicant accepted, two were 
turned away. 

In 1960, when agricultural 
courses reached a low ebb of 
popularity, the university's 
four-year College of Food and 
Natural Resource's was at¬ 
tracting only 300 students. 
Today, with 3.300 students, 
the college is bulging at max¬ 
imum capacity. 

The National Association of 
State Universities and Land 
Grant Colleges in Washington 
represents the major public 
universities in the United 
States. It points out that last 
year, while total population 
in all its universities rose 


By FMII.IF. T. LIVEZEY 
Christian Science Monitor 


only 1.7 per cent, enrolment 
in its agricultural schools in¬ 
creased by six per cent 

About this time of year Dr. 
Louis M. Thompson, associ¬ 
ate dean of agriculture at 
Iowa State University’s Col¬ 
lege of Agriculture, compiles 
national enrolment statistics 
for the association. Final fig¬ 
ures for this academic year 
are not in yet. but he is guess¬ 
ing that agricultural enrol¬ 
ment will continue to rise by 
about five per cent. 

This slight decrease in the 
growth rate is explained by 
the fact that the number of 
high scoot graduates is level¬ 
ing off. The peak in the na¬ 
tional birth-rate, occured in 
1958, leading to a 1976 peak in 
high school graduates. From 
now on their number can be 
expected to decline. 

For this reason Dr. Thomp¬ 
son anticipated that Septem- 
berVagricultural enrolment 
at Iowa State would be no 
greater than that of last year. 
He was therefore "over¬ 
whelmed” when the’increase 
was more than 10 per cent, 
the biggest single-year jump 
since the end of the Second 
World War. 

A decade ago only 10 per 
ednt of "aggie" school gradu¬ 
ates went into farming. That 
percentage has doubled de¬ 
spite soaring costs of farm 
land. 

Inflation, drought, the ris¬ 
ing cost of oil, large grain 
sales to the Soviet Union, a 
burgeoning world population 
threatened by future starva¬ 
tion, and damage to the en¬ 
vironment pose the question? 
How are we going to feed the 
world? 

All are believed factors 
that have rekindled interest 


in agriculture as a vital in¬ 
dustry and instilled a desire 
in students to make a contri¬ 
bution in this field. 

Dr. Jack Denison, assistant 
dean at the University of 
Massachusetts' College of 
Agriculture, believes many 
students arc lured to agricul¬ 
ture because they want to 
escape the pressures of urban 
areas where they grew up 
Many prefer the outdoor life 
of raising crops and animals 
to working in an office or a 
mill. 

"I think the desire to feed a 
hungry world is in the back of 
their minds," he says. "They 
want the satisfaction of 
knowing they are doing some¬ 
thing for the good of society 
which is also something they 
enjoy doing. As they see it, 
that's happiness." 


Making Watergate look like 
a Sunday school picnic 


OTTAWA - The latest 
blockbuster in the crescendo 
of high explosive and incendi 
ary bombs falling on Ottawa 
is a book entitled “ ’S' — Por 
trait of a Spy (RCMP Intelli 
gence — The Inside Story)" 
by lan Adams. 

The story centres around a 
former RCMP superinten¬ 
dent "S ' suspected of double- 
cross — presumably on the 
basis of code names brought 
to the CIA by "Yuri Nosen- 
ko". an ex-high official in the 
KGB’s North American sec¬ 
tion. 

“S” is portrayed as a mys¬ 
terious and sometimes pas¬ 
sionate individual with a pen 
chant for intrigue and hard 
work. His peccadilloes and 
late dinner meetings with top 
Ottawa mandarins would be 
of little interest, however, if 
he had been an ordinary run 
of-the-mill investigator. His 
importance lies in the fact 
that he was head of the 
Mounties’ highly sensitive 
counter-espionage section. 

According to his biography, 
author Adams was the son of 
missionary parents serving 
in Zaire. He spent much of his 
life drifting from country to 
country until he "emerged in 
Toronto a few yeas ago as a 
journalist." He labels his 
book as a novel and warns 
that any resemblance be¬ 
tween his fictional characters 
and persons living or dead is 
purely coincidental. 

The disclaimer, however, 
is scarcely credible. Anyone 
the least bit familiar with the 
intelligence game will recog¬ 
nize the striking similarity 
between some of the charac¬ 
ters and real people like re¬ 
tired RCMP Superintendent 
L. J. Bennett, former Securi¬ 
ty and Intelligence Branch 
chief John Starnes, ex-solici¬ 
tor general Jcan-Pierre 
Goyer, Toronto Sun Editor- 
in-Chief Peter Worthington 
and others. 

It is even possible that I 
might be the unnamed for¬ 
mer MP accused of harass¬ 



ing Kling. an international 
arms dealer. 

Kling's real-life double was 
Karl Kristian Ring who fled 
to Canada from Italy in May 
1972 to escape prosecution for 
various alleged crimes. When 
his background was pub¬ 
lished I wanted to know why 
he was allowed to stay in 
Canada. 

Eventually he was ordered 
deported but appealed Sub¬ 
sequently he became ill and 
died in a Montreal hospital 
November 11, 1974. 

Now. according to Adams. 
Kling is resurrected from the 
dead — reports of his demise 
having been highly exag¬ 
gerated thanks to collabora¬ 
tion with the mysterious "S”. 

Not only is Kling alive and 
well. Adams tabs him as the 
man who sold the ill-fated 
Canadian aircraft carrier 
"Bonaventure" to the Indian 
navy at the tidy profit, after 
pay-offs, of a million and a 
half. (This story has circulat¬ 
ed in Ottawa bars for years 
but without substantiation) 

But Kling is a minor figure 
in the book, which is a fascin¬ 
ating. mischievous and some¬ 
times dangerous mixture of 
fact, fiction and innuendo. 
"Au ," as author Adams de¬ 
scribes himself, uses poetic 
licence and the practice of 
putting words into other peo¬ 
ple's mouths as subtle vehi 
cles to discredit the RCMP 
and especially (he CIA. 


Far more significant than 
his ideological axe-grinding 
however, are the questions of 
substance Adams raises 

The book suggests that the 
RCMP may have been infil 
trated for decades and its 
whole counter-intelligence 
service compromised. This 
allegation was not proven but 
the burden of circumstantial 
evidence was too great to be 
ignored. 

If the system was compro 
mised. this could explain In 
spector DV’s complaint that 
"in 25 years the RCMP Secu 
rity Services has caught only 
one illegal — one real spy", 
lan “illegal" is a foreign 
agent in Canada with false 
identity papers, background, 
etc). 

Adams also suggests that 
the double agent could have 
been supported by a hard 
core of top-ranking civil ser 
vants up to and including the 
deputy minister level. And 
further, that detail concern 
ing suspects might be found 
in the top secret “Feather 
bed" file — an operation ack 
nowledged by Solicitor Gen¬ 
eral Francis Fox as authen 
tic. 

It is also argued that some 
of the information contained 
in the “Featherbed” file 
could have resulted from 
leads originating in the Tas 
chereau Papers — the top 
secret record of the royal in¬ 
quiry into the Gouzenko reve 
lations. And Adams hints thal 
someone from the prime 
minister’s office may have 
tampered with those papers 
to the extent of erasing 
names and removing docu 
ments "under the protection 
of our security laws." 

That is such a serious 
charge that the mandate of 
the Macdonald Commission 
should be broadened to in 
elude it. A eover-up on a scalp 
anything like that suggested 
in Adams' book would make 
Watergate look like a Sunday 
school picnic. 


Copyright Toronto Sun Syndicate 


We would do well to follow 


President Jimmy Carter's 
decision to pull the United 
States out of the International 
Labor Organization has set 
off an outcry at the United 
Nations. Secretary General 
Kurt Waldheim called it a 
“retrogressive step”. 

Why? What is retrogress¬ 
ive about recognizing a fraud 
as a fraud and refusing to 
take any part in it? 

Of course the American 
withdrawal is a blow to the 
ILO. It means the loss of the 
American contribution of $25- 
million a year, a quarter of 
the organization's budget. 
But. above all, it means the 
loss from ILO membership of 
one of the relatively few 
countries of the world in 
which organized labor is still 
free and powerful. 

The ILO has for years been 
predominantly an interna- 


From The Globe and Mall 


tional league of countries in 
which labor unions exist''for 
the purpose of keeping their 
members under the thumb of 
the state, or of a ruling clique 
or class, or where they are 
hamstrung by repressive 
laws and persecuted by politi¬ 
cal police. And by its harass¬ 
ment of Israel, the one coun¬ 
try in the Middle East in 
which real trade unions exist, 
the ILO has made it clear 
where its preferences lie 
Washington, where Mr. 
Carter’s decision had the full 
support of American labor, is 
well out of it. In the name of 
international honesty Canada 
would do well to follow — If 
not immediately, since Jo¬ 
seph Morris, president of the 
Canadian Labor Congress is 
this year’s chairman of the 


ILO, then next June when Mr. 
Morris's term is up. 

Mr. Morris, reacting to the 
American move, has dp- 
scribed it as one that will be 


welcomed by tyrannical gov 
emmenLs that oppress work 
ers. As chairman of an orga 
nization of which precisely 
such governments provide 
the bulk of the membership, 
he should know best. 


Wat Bails Cfll<miftin 


1858 


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Coionm Publishers Limited at 2MI Douglas 
Street. Victoria, BC„ V*W2fi4. Second class 
meit /agistrellbn number MH ah undelivered 
copies or any notices respecting changes ot 
address are to, be sent to the above address 
AAemper Aydtt Bureau of Circulation. 


1977 


RICHARD BOWER 
PUBLISHER AND EDITOR-IN-CHIEF 


LLOYD BAKER 
ASSOCIATE EDITOR 


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DAILY COLON1M', Victuria, Sal., Nov 2 D, ,'ju o 


HUMPTY-DUMPTY POLITICS 


Fishermen, natives fight 
proposed Kitimat oil port 


The provincial government 
continues to keep quiet about 
the proposed U.S. oil port at 
Kitimat. 

But there have been nota¬ 
ble exceptions. 

B.C. Energy Minister Jack 
Davis told a group of Wash¬ 
ington state ecology officials 
in February that Indians 
-are really the only people 
who are physically located 
atfywhere along that route 
with permanent resi¬ 
dence...who's going to sue 
you?" 

Davis pushed for the port. 
Apparently, he didn't know 
that the meeting was being 
taped. About two months 
later, the Colonist obtained a 
transcript and tapes of the 
meeting. 

A week after Davis's meet¬ 
ing in Washington, Premier 
Bennett told the Legislature 
that the province was unde¬ 
cided whether to support the 
pipeline. 


By STEPHEN HUME 
Cplonist Reporter 


“Undecided” apparently 
meant promoting it In private 
talks. As Humpty Dumpty 
said-and Alice's wonderland 
is an appropriate context for 
the political games-pfayjtrg 
with Kitimat--“a word means 
whateteq'T choose it to 
mean.” 

The Social Credit govern¬ 
ment’s Humpty-Dumpty atti¬ 
tude means that B.C. fisher¬ 
men. Indians, and the tourist 
business don't have much 
they can depend on. 

They have been neglected 
by their government, and 
now look forward to econom¬ 
ic and cultural harassment at 
the hands of U.S. oil Interests. 

If the Kitimat issue wasn't 
so serious, the political antics 
of the last 12 months would 
make an amusing comic 



Bennett 

...support undecided 


strip, peopled by Social Cred¬ 
it MLAs. oil executives and 
oil port inquiry lawyers-a 
Dogpatch of self-interest. 

Who's going to sue you in 
Kitimat? Davis wondered. 

Davis is one character in 
the Kitimat book of fabulous 
creatures, and Kitimat Pipe 
^fe Ltd. is another. 

w^hsjeompany is comprised 
of Ul and U.S.-controlled 
lanaqlpti qil companies. 

li pfopUscs to build a su- 
perpnrt tit Kitimat. at the 
moufh of Douglas Channel, 
and pipe tanker-shipped oil 
to the north-central United 
States. 

Oddly enough-or is it so 
iodd?-the company's official 
brochure says the proposal is 
‘tfor a new pipeline to carry 
i onshore crude from Kitimat. 
liritish Columbia to Edmon- 
ajbn, Alberta.” 

To Edmonton! That should 
please the nationalists. 



A ferry in Grenville Channel on the north coast near Kitimat 


Alas. Edmonton is not even 
a stopping-off point, a pause 
in the 800-mile journey across 


Canadian forests, rivers and 
national parks. 

The oil doesn't go to Ed- 


To the editor 



Israeli 

spectacle 


The Israeli extravaganza 
— co-starring Sadat and 
Begin — and supposedly pro¬ 
duced and directed by U.S. 
Zionism, with the blessings of 
Mr. Carter and cohorts was a 
resounding stage success. All 
it needed was the familiar 
closing — “And that's the 
way it is — this is Walter 
Cronkite, CBS News — good¬ 
night." 

As a public relations spec¬ 
tacle on behalf of Israel and 
the Israelis it was unequal¬ 
led. We got to see the Knes¬ 
set, its numbers, all looking 
very white (East European), 
well-dressed (U.S. chamber 
of commerce style) well-fed 
and wary. 

The cadaverous looking 
Mr. Begin carried off his 
human role quite well consi¬ 
dering his somewhat chilling 
background of fulltime ter¬ 
rorism. Mr. Sadat gave his 
usual bright performance. 
The wily gentleman showed 
remarkable stamina and 
nerve given the habitat and 
all the murderous threats 
floating around. 

Be that as it may. the audi¬ 
ence was left wondering — 
what did it really accom¬ 
plish? Was it designed to 
sidetrack the Geneva Confer¬ 
ence or what? Certainly as 
PR pitch to Mr. and Mrs. 
U.S.A. it scored well. It said: 
“Look at us, aren't we just 
like you folks back there in 
New York. Kansas and Cali¬ 
fornia?" The answer must by 
perforce be yes if one doesn't 
probe beyond the Knesset 
and its peripheral elite. 

The more crass-minded 
will say — and who picks up 
the lab? Israel being close to 
bankruptcy and Egypt even 
. closer — the question is rath¬ 
er academic. 

T. ALEXANDER, 
Victoria. 


Fair terms 

Re: Robin Terry's letter 
captioned Persecution. I do 
agree with Mr. Terry on two 
points: firstly I acknowledge 
my mistake Algiers — Alge¬ 
ria. secondly I am certainly 
of the opinion that two 
wrongs do not make a right. 
However, I should like Mr. 
Terry to prove the wrongs, 
that he so glibly accuses the 
Israelis of. by quoting in¬ 
stances of Jewish persecution 


of Arabs — “Moslems, Chris¬ 
tians, atheists, whatever". 

I can only imagine that by 
persecutions Mr. Terry 
meant the measures taken 
against Arab terrorists who 
were dealt with according to 
law by either the army or the 
police and the courts. Some of 
their headquarters were de¬ 
molished. 

We all know that Arab ter¬ 
rorists bombed or otherwise 
attacked Israeli schools, vil¬ 
lages. the Tel Aviv central 
bus station, markets m Jeru¬ 
salem — to mention just a 
few. 

Terrorism does not encour¬ 
age the love that Mr. Terry 
advises the Israelis to show 
towards the Arabs. Neverthe¬ 
less. Israel is prepared and 
willing to come to reasonable 
and fair terms with true Pa¬ 
lestinians. I.e. those Arabs 
whose homes are now, and 
were in the area formerly 
designated as Palestine. 

Meanwhile the territories 
taken by Israel in fair battle 
in the 1967 war (started by 
the Arabs) are being fairly 
administered Many resi¬ 
dents work in Israel for Israe¬ 
li wages, and reap all bene¬ 
fits. such as health insurance, 
of the their Israeli counter¬ 
parts. However, they do not 
have to pay the high Israeli 
taxes, and were exempt from 
currency restrictions which 
have recently been lifted 
throughout the country. 

G. KLEIN, 
3143 Ripon Road. 

Victoria. 


Protectors 

I applaud Mr. Davie's let¬ 
ter (Colonist Nov. 13) in sup¬ 
port of the RCMP and the 
trouble he took to state the 
case at some length 

Perhaps, Sir William Ste¬ 
phenson (Intrepid) in his 
forward to A Man Called In¬ 
trepid put the case as forcibly 
but more succinctly: 

"We are rightly repelled by 
secrecy; it is a potential 
threat to democratic princi¬ 
ple and free government. Yet 
we would delude ourselves if 
we should forget that secrecy 
was for a time virtually our 
only defence. It served not 
only to achieve victory, but 
also to save lives in that peri I- 
ous pursuit. 

“The weapons of secrecy 
have no place in an ideal 
world. But we live in a world 
of undeclared hostilities in 
which such weapons are con¬ 
stantly used against us and 
could, unless countered, 
leave us unprepared again, 


Rhodesia delightful 


this time for an onslaught of 
magnitude that staggers the 
imagination. And while it 
may seem unnecessary to 
stress so obvious a point, the 
weapons of secrecy are ren¬ 
dered ineffective if we re¬ 
move the secrecy. One of the 
conditions of democracy is 
freedom of Information. It 
would be infinitely preferable 
to know exactly how our in¬ 
telligence agencies function, 
and why. and where. But this 
Information, once made pub¬ 
lic, disarms us." 

We must be wary of those 
who would "disarm” us as of 
those who would appear to be 
over-zealous of protecting us. 

J. A. McCORMICK, 
1912 Duchess St., 
Victoria. 


Generous 

My family and I wish to 
express our sincere appre¬ 
ciation to the wonderful peo¬ 
ple of Greater Victoria. 
George Jay School and the 
Victoria Chinatown Lions 
Club for their generous help 
by supplying the urgent and 
immediate need for the past 
two weeks after the fire mis¬ 
hap. 

KWOK HAN WONG, 
624 Fisgard St:, 
Victoria. 


Garbage 

Let us hold these truths to 
be self-evident: 

(1) A good garbage man is 
a better man than a poor 
teacher. 

(2) A good teacher is not 
necessarily a better man 
than a good garbage man. 

(3) A good teacher should 
get more pay than a good 
garbage man. 

(4) A poor teacher 
shouldn't get any pay — as 
a teacher. 

(3) Although few if any 
politicians are garbage men 
many talk it. 

(6) The master purveyor 
of dilettantish garbage is the 
prime minister. 

(7) Advertising men, pub¬ 
licity men, the media pro¬ 
duce their share of garbage. 

(8) Lawyers also produce 
a lot of garbage. 

(9) If there Wasn’t so 
much garbage around we 
wouldn’t need them. 

(10) Labor unions throw 
out a lot of garbage: includ¬ 
ing the goose which lays the 
golden egg, which isn’t gar¬ 
bage. 

(11) The only dealer in 
garbage who doesn’t pretend 
it isn't is the garbage man. 

A. W. SMITH, 

9780 West Saanich Road. 

Sidney, B.C. 


Re: A plea for Rhodesia. 

Thank you for including in 
your Nov. 22 issue the mes¬ 
sage from Don Caplan 
(whom I do not know). 

My wife and I have stayed 
in that delightful country sev¬ 
eral times and found condi¬ 
tions exactly as described 
There is no doubt whatever 
that ’one man-one vote’ 


would trigger off terrible 
bloodshed between tribes 
who have been so happy 
under the present regime led 
by lan Smith who. unlike so 
many of his detrators. fought 
against the Axis gallantly, in 
the last war. 

R. CLWYD WILLIAMS, 
1159 Beach Dr., 
Victoria. 


The others 

Everytime there is talk of 
an increase in ferry fares 
there are howls of protest 
from the tourist industry, but 
seldom any comment from 
those of us who would like to 
get away for a change with¬ 


out considerable inconven¬ 
ience and expense. 

Why not subsidize the ferry 
service or build a causeway 
to Port Angeles for residents 
who are surfeited with local 
attractions? 

We have wandered hand- 
in-hand down by the docks 
and piles of lumber at Ogden 
point; we have strolled Belle¬ 
ville street in the evenings to 
marvel at the tank farm in 
Vic West across the water 
and the sawdust piles and 
junk yards at the Gorge en¬ 
trance. 

We point with pride to the 
hoardings and mounds of 
earth at Macauley Point, 
monuments to man’s ingenui¬ 
ty, and who can forget the 
beauty of old Mount Baker 
when it is not obscured from 
view for prolonged periods? 
We have driven the suicidal 
roller-coaster to Sooke, ar¬ 
riving there in the early 
stages of a nervous break¬ 
down, 

Granted that the Malahat 
drive is magnificent, and 
worth the effort assuming 
your destination is beautiful 
downtown Duncan or some of 
the luxurious beer parlors in 
Ladysmith, Cassidy or Nan¬ 
aimo. 

I don’t think we are a self¬ 
ish lot here. We understand 
the natural desire of the tour¬ 
ist industry to bring in hordes 
of travellers to share these 
local attractions with a mini¬ 
mum of inconvenience and 
expense. 

But, again, what about us 
who would like to get off the 
island for a change? 

F. E. W. 

Victoria, B.C. 


Hard task 

The RCMP is perhaps the 
finest force in the world 
today, but the constant criti¬ 
cism of their work, and nig¬ 
gling at them only makes 
their task more difficult. 

Leave them alone you poli¬ 
ticians; we can safely trust 
the RCMP to do its own hou¬ 
sekeeping. and let the crooks 
get out if they don't like it. 

E. W. ABRAHAM, 
1125 Faithful St.. 

Victoria. 


Rational 

Forty years of perusing 
newspapers has taught the 
writer that nothing survives 
so well as the truth, intelli¬ 
gently gathered and sue 
cinctly printed by people who 
can and do live with it. Con¬ 
sequently, I am moved to 
submit the following bouquet, 
to the publisher and many 
contributing columnists of 
the Colonist, which ranks 
with the best, if not in circu¬ 
lation, surely with regard to 
the quality and veracity, of 
its editorial pages. 

The Letters to the Editor 
columns are most formida¬ 
ble, giving so often the oppos 
ing point of view that is the 
necessary "temper of our 
democratic steel." 

While it is undoubtedly sad 
that no real competition 


exists, at the moment, we 
should console ourselves in 
that we are spared the ex¬ 
treme polarity of opinion pre¬ 
valent in the "popular press" 
of Great Britain, w here some 
of those boasting the greatest 
national circulation are little 
more than sensationalist 
comics, contributing to the 
ignorance of, rather than 
supplying information to the 
reader. 

If ignorance is to be count¬ 
ed the principal cause of our 
present national tightrope 
act, then the Colonist can jus¬ 
tifiably claim to be an educa¬ 
tional influence, if only on the 
local scene. 


The foregoing is not to say 
that Britain has no objective¬ 
ly informative press — The 
Times. Observer, Guardian 
and Daily Telegraph being 
four enduring stalwarts that 
spring to mind. However, 
over the past 30 years or so. 
sensationalism and sex have 
outsold intelligence at the 
newsstand, contributing by 
default to that very ignorance 
(regarding the economic rea¬ 
lities) responsible in no small 
degree to the even higher 
wire that the motherland 
sways so unsteadily upon. 

E. MAYOR, 
RR No. I, 
Black Creek, B.C. 


monton. It spurs off there, 
and continues to the U.S. The 
Kitimat oil is for the U.S. Thp 
hydrocarbons and nitrogen- 
oxides are for B.C. 

The supertankers would 
make daily trips up the pris¬ 
tine apd violent, foggy, 
windy, narrow, tidal chan¬ 
nels of the B.C. north coast. 

A Kitimat port would sup¬ 
posedly offset a critical de¬ 
cline in oil shipments to the 
north-central states, but the 
U.S. has shown that there is 
no shortage there. 

Since December. 1976. en¬ 
vironmental groups, the fi¬ 
sheries union and Indian 
bands-representing hun¬ 
dreds of thousands of B.C. 
residents-have made their 
case against the Kitimat 
port. 

Still, the provincial govern¬ 
ment says nothing, except to 
make racist comments at a 
meeting with Washington 
state ecology officials. 

On Nov. 9, Ottawa indefini¬ 
tely suspended formal hear¬ 
ings of the Thompson oil port 
inquiry. 

The inquiry was eight- 
months old, but had complet¬ 
ed only 26 days of testimony. 
Most of its million-dollar bud¬ 


get. provided by taxpayers, 
had been spent. 

While the inquiry Ian 
guished and lawyers dragged 
dut the time for all it was 
worth, Ottawa carried out its 
own study, and U.S. con¬ 
gressmen from Washington 
state were busy pushing the 
Kitimat site in Washington, 
D.C. 

Kitimat Pipe Line officials 
were pushing the site too-but 
in the U.S.. where their ef¬ 
forts would have meaning. 

The company was still ac¬ 
tive, although it had “set 
aside” its proposal before the 
National Energy Board in 
June, forcing the young in¬ 
quiry to turn its focus away 
from Kitimat. 

The entire Kitimat issue 
has been played as a game by 
a few powerful political and 
corporate players. 

If the Kitimat proposal 
ever goes through, if con¬ 
struction ever begins in Kiti¬ 
mat. B.C. will see fireworks 
as it has never seen before. 

The Indians and fishermen 
aren't about to sit back and 
watch a U.S. port take shape 
on the B.C. coast. They are n- 
ot “white niggers of Ameri¬ 
ca." 



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6 DAILY COLONIST, Victoria, B.C., Sat., Nov. 2S. 1977 

Ministries clash on Seven 


A bitter struggle it taking 
place between two provincial 
government ministries over 
the future of the Seven Oak 
Home in the Blenkinsop Val¬ 
ley, the Colonist has learned. 


Attorney-General Garde 
Gardom has confirmed that 
the B.C. Corrections Branch 
is seriously considering the 
home as a containment 
centre for juveniles, but 


sources in the human re¬ 
sources ministry confirm 
that they are also studying 
theproperty as the location 
for mentally retarded adults. 

Saanich council, the re¬ 


cently-formed Saanich 
Greenbelt Association and 
the Blenkinsop Valley Rate¬ 
payers' Association have 
written Gardom stating their 
strong opposition to use of the 
home as a containment 


$100,000 lottery windfall 
'will cover my overdraft 5 


Doris Bloomfield, winner of the (100,000 
top prize in the Lucky Leo lottery drawn Fri¬ 
day, says the money “will cover my over¬ 
draft at the bank.” 

Although excited by her win when inter 
viewed at the draw in Vancouver by CFAX 
radio. Mrs. Bloomfield said she’d be going 
back to her job as a housing officer at Uni¬ 
versity of Victoria Monday. 

Mrs. Bloomfield added that her husband. 


Louis, wouldn't even be skipping a day's 
work at his job in a real estate company 
The Bloomfields live with their five chil¬ 
dren at 1047 McKenzie in Saanich. 

A. B. Neufeld of suburban Delta won 
$7,900, and Audrey Erhardt of Comox on 
Vancouver Island won $2,500. 

The lottery is sponsored by Lions clubs of 
British Columbia to help raise money for 
handicapped children. 


Cook’s tour stamped out 



NANAIMO —It was to be a 
big postal day here Friday 
but instead it turned out to be 
stamped with problems. 

Friday.was intended to be a 
gala day in Canada's postal 
service, with its No. 1 man, 
Postmaster-General Jean- 
Jacques Blais coming to the 
Hub City all the way from 
Ottawa. 


The occasion was to be a 
double-barrelled one — first 
of aty, the official opening of 
Nanaimo's new post office 
building: secondly, a disclo¬ 
sure that the memory of Capt. 
Cook would be enriched by a 
special post office stamp 
issue. 

Everything was set to be 
kicked off at 11 a.m. at the 
new post office building. 


But it was not to be. At II 
a.m., Blais was still on a 
ferry from Vancouver, hav¬ 
ing missed his originally- 
planned flight due to the bad 
weather. 

And so the whole thing was 
much less official and much 
simpler, and a post office of¬ 
ficial read a statement on the 
new stamp issue on Blais' 
behalf. 


The borne is designed to 
provide a facility on Vancou¬ 
ver Island for young incorri- 
gibles, a suggestion that has 
come under strong fire from 
council and the two associa¬ 
tions. 

The Colonist has learned 
thathuman resources would 
transfer patients from the 
Eric Martin Institute to Glen¬ 
dale and 25 ambulatory re¬ 
tarded would be moved from 
Glendale to Seven Oaks. 

A department official, con¬ 
firming that such a propo¬ 
sal was under study, said: 
“The matter has been dis¬ 
cussed with the minister 
(William Vander Zalm) but 
no decision has yet been 
reached." 

He doubted that the home 
would serve a dual usage—by 
the corrections branch and 
human resources. 

The corrections branch is 
looking for a site because it 
has been refused permission 
to change the Cameron Street 
youth detention centre in Vic¬ 
toria into a containment 
centre. 

Saanich aldermen, who 



Oaks 

went on record two weeks ago 
as being opposed to the 
centre plan, said they were 
fed up with what they termed 
an “open door policy” at Wil¬ 
kinson Road jail and wanted 
no part of Gardom's plan. 


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blue interior. 

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these and other units. 

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WE ARE OVERSTOCKED SALE 


SALE ENDS SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26 at 5:30 p.m. 

THE AFFORDABLES You don’t have to spend a fortune for good furniture. Just check out the good styling and values in the Standard s Import Shop. 


Bedroom Suites 

Versatile 3-piece bedroom suite from Broyhill 
Constructed of oak solids and oak veneers and 
selected hardwood solids. The nine-drawer triple 
dresser, with mirror, has dustproof drawers with 
metal drawer guides. The suite also includes a 5- 
drawer chest of drawers and queen-size headboard 
Save 100 00 

koryou699 00 

Matching night table 145.00 

3-drawer cheat, Reg. 199.00. just 
Large hutch with light, 

Reg. 189.00, Now 
Small hutch, Reg. 149.00. 

Priced Now at 


149.00 

139.00 

99.00 


Here’s One 
You Can’t 
Afford to Miss!!! 

This 3-piece traditional style bedroom suite in dark 
fruitwood finish is lightly scaled for the small bedroom. It 
consists of a 9-drawer triple dresser with mirror. 5-drawer 
chest of drawers and a queensize headboard 


Regularly priced 
at 639.00 

Sale Price 

1 


let sealy add a new dimension of comfort 

SPECIAL VALUE 
SEALY 
TRAVELAIRE 

Woven tire retardant cover, sisal and full flexator 
vertical pre-built border, two needle scroll quilt, 
flange construction. Dura-guard foundation 


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Single size. nags 

each piece 3H 


Queen 
2-piece eet 


259 ” 
369 ” 

From the mekers of the lemoue Seely Poeturepedlc. 


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provides the many extra available stations that up until 
now could only be received with a cable converter You 
can receive all the usual television stations plus all the 
extra cable channels now available in ‘‘midband" and 
"superband” ranges. This feature ahould be under¬ 
stood and given serious considerations by the con¬ 
sumer in cities where cable service Is not presently 
available 

but wilt be in the future. 

Electrohome Cable Master 
ibe television set with 
the built-in cable convener 


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each piece 114 


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Corner section. With this corner section you are not just 
buying another sofa, you are buying a little oasis of your 
own. Super comfortable and lush, just right for relaxing. 
It has been our best seller this year and we are happy to 
be able to offer it to you and again only In a good choice 

899 00 


SUBURBIA 

A great 2-piece suite with the light airy look, distinctly 
modern design and craftsmanship to please the most 
discerning and at a price welcomed by the average 
budget. 2-piece chesterfield and chair, only 


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A TOUCH OF TRADITION 


Choi Pecan finish. Contemporary 3-piece bedroom suite 
from Deilcraft. Ideal for the large bedroom. Suite consists 
of 9-drawer triple dresser, large armoire, queensize head- 
board and extra large landscape mirror. The quality dres¬ 
ser and armoire have dustproof drawers and dovetail con¬ 
struction with metal drawer guides. 

Special Sale Price 


729 


Matching night tables 99°° - 


This classical styled sofa and chair are designed to give 
you pleasure for years to come. Some of its many fine 
features include a deep toughted back, soft rolled arms, 
reversible cushions and a smartly tailored skirt. Comes in 
a choice of two smartly colored brocades 
Special from Andrew Malcolm 


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DAILY COLONIST, Victoria, B.C., Sat., Nov. 26, 1977 ^ 


Officials worried 


11 [ » 

Drugs shift 


BONN — The centre of Europe’s heroin trafficking 
is shifting front the Netherlands to West Germany, 
observers say here, and this is worrying drug enforce¬ 
ment officials more and more. 

Experts have calcuated that the number of “over¬ 
dose” deaths in West Germany during this year will 
exceed 500, while in the Netherlands the number 
is steadily decreasing (Amsterdam police have so far 
this year recorded a 30 per cent drop in the number of 
overdose deaths). 

This trend is particularly observed in West Berlin, 
which is gradually replacing Amsterdam as the Euro¬ 
pean capital of artificial paradises for heroin addicts. 

There have already been 80 deaths from hard drugs 
this year and the health officer for the former capital 
of Nazi Germany. Erich Paetzold, says: “Soon Berlin 
will only attract drug addicts.” 

This shift is linked to a change in the supply “con¬ 
nection,” which has been mainly far-east dominated. 
The white powder from southern Turkey, near the 
Syrian border, federal crime experts believe, is 
taking over from the “Hong-Kong Rocks” in the 
dangerous alchemy of the junkies. 

As recently as early 1976, the heroin market was 
still controlled by Chinese and Malays. That heroin 
came from the golden triangle (Laos. Thailand and 
Burma) and arrived in Amsterdam before appearing 
in other European countries. 


Travel deficit 

r 

at record high 


OTTAWA (CP) — Cana¬ 
dians spent $1.32 billion more 
abroad than visitors to Cana¬ 
da left here during the first 
nine months of this year. Sta¬ 
tistics Canada reports. 

It is the largest deficit Can¬ 
ada has ever incurred on in¬ 
ternational travel. The com¬ 
parable 1976 deficit was $898 
million. 

For the first time since 
1959, the country had a deficit 
on travel during the July-Sep- 
tember third quarter. The 
quarterly deficit of $121 mil¬ 
lion this year compares with 
a surplus uf $75 million last 
year. 

Industry Minister Jack 
Homer has promised the gov¬ 
ernment will soon introduce 
measures to encourage more 
Canadians to holiday at home 
and so reduce the growing 
deficit. 


Statistics Canada says 3.18 
million Canadians travelled 
abroad in the first nine 
months this year despite the 
additional cost of a weaker 

Canadian dollar, while only 
2.65 million U.S. residents 
and 1.2 million travellers 
from other countries visited 
here. 

In the third quarter alone, 
the number of visitors from 
other countries declined by 
16.9 per cent, which Statistics 
Canada says is a more nor¬ 
mal level after last year’s 
Olympics. 

The amount that Canada 
earned from tourism in the 
first nine months was up by 
4.1 per cent from 1976 to $1.72 
billion. But at the same time, 
Canadians travelling in other 
countries raised their spend¬ 
ing by 19.1 per cent to $3.03 
billion. 


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8 DAILY COLONIST, Victoria, B.C.. Sat., Nov. 26, 1977 

Jet fighter squadrons removed 


Soviet carrier lemon? 


BRUSSELS (Reuter) — 
The Russian navy Is ex¬ 
periencing trouble with Its 
only aircraft carrier, the 
Kiev, a year after it was 
commissioned and Western 
intelligence services specu¬ 
late that the 46,000-ton hybrid 
cruiser-carrier may be da¬ 
maged by its own planes. 

They say that the Kiev, 
uhich entered the Mediter¬ 
ranean in July 1976 from the 
Black Sea where it was built, 
has spent less than two weeks 
at sea since last foil. 

The carrier has made only 
two forays into open sea since 
it arrived in the northern port 


of Murmansk and usually re¬ 
mains at anchor off Mur¬ 
mansk. 

The ship s vertical takeoff 
and landing Yak-36 Jet fight¬ 
ers have been removed and 
are flying out of an airbase 
near Murmansk, and its 
other aircraft, Kamov-25 
anti-submarine helicopters 
have also been removed. 

The sources said the Yak 
fighters may have burned the 
flight deck on their vertical 
takeoff. 

They said the Yaks hover 
so long over the deck before 
moving into forward flight 


that the jet blast must all but 

melt the deckplates. 

They speculated the Rus 
sians might plan to Install 
heat-resistant ceramic ma¬ 
terials or introduce a cata¬ 
pult to throw the planes off 
the deck, as conventional 
carriers do. 

Because of the apparent 
difficulties with the Kiev, the 
commissioning of a second 
ship of the planned four Kuril 
class cruiser-carriers, the 
Minsk, may be delayed. The 
Minsk was launched three 
years ago but is still not 
ready for operations, the 
sources said. 


Call-girl 

ring 

broken 


TORONTO (CP) - Metro¬ 
politan Toronto police broke 
a S150,900-a-year, call-girl 
ring with the arrest of 18 per¬ 
sons. 

The arrests were made fol¬ 
lowing a two-month investi¬ 
gation of an escort service 
that has operated for two 
years and provided dates for 
customers for a cost of $50 to 
$ 100 . 

The 18 people arrested 
were charged with 153 prosti¬ 
tution-related offences. 


New system gets 
history pinpoint 


IF YOUR CAR 

REALLY MAHERS 

TO YOU 


HAMILTON (CP) - A 
method that enables accurate 
dating of archeological arti¬ 
facts more than twice as old 
as was previously possible, 
has been developed by a re¬ 
search team from two Cana¬ 
dian universities. 

The technique, refined by 
five researchers from 
McMaster University of 
Hamilton and Simon Fraser 
University or British Colum¬ 
bia. employs what Is called a 
tandem Van de Graaf parti¬ 
cle accelerator to pinpoint 
the age of materials up to 
100.000 years old. 

The limit of the current 
technique is about 40,000 
i years. 


Preliminary testing indi¬ 
cates the new method also 
takes a fraction of the time, 
destroys less of the sample to 
be dated and can be used to 
date non-organic materials. 

To date an object, scien¬ 
tists measure the radioactivi¬ 
ty—the less radioactivity 
present, the older the sample. 

In the current method, ra¬ 
dioactivity of the decaying 
element has to be calculated 
against that of non-radloac- 
tive carbon-q2. a process that 
often lakes days. The new 
technique employs the accel¬ 
erator to measure the radio¬ 
activity directly. 


Your 1978 
property 

assessment 

a fairer way to share. 


Changes in assessment law now make it 
possible for property owners to accurately 
measure whether they JTe fairly assessed, 
'lour 197b property Assessment Notice, 
issued by the British Columbia Assessment 
Authority, is in the mail and will be arriving 
at your door shortly. An information 
brochure explaining the changes accom¬ 
panies the notice. 

When they arrive, please take time to read 
both carefully. . 

Why changes in 
assessment law? 

'Ssessmcnts had become outdated. They 
had become inequitable in terms of their 
actual value relationships. Properties having 
identical market values were assessed at 
w idely differing amounts. This resulted in 
some owners paying more than their fair 
share of taxes and others less. 

The new law required production of the 
1978 assessment roll based on fixed per¬ 
centages of actual value for each class of 
property'. This means that the inequities w ill 
be removed, and that each class of property 
will be assessed on the same basis. In ail, 
it provides a fairer w r ay to share the cost of 
essential local services 

What will happen to taxes? 

The assessment roll provides the rate base 
used by municipalities, school boards and 
other local governments to raise the funds 
necessary to provide essential local services 
The costs of these services determine the 
overall amount required to be raised by 
local property' taxes. 

The purpose of the change in assessmem 
law is NOT to raise more taxes but to 
provide a fairer basis upon which to appor¬ 
tion the costs of essential local services 
more equitably between property owners 
Since assessments are now directly related 
to actual value, your assessed values may be 
higher or lower than in previous years. 

An increase or a decrease in your assessed 
values from those in effect last year does not 


necessarily mean that your property taxes 
will change significantly. Tax notices based 
on your new assessed values will be issued 
later in 1978. 

Is my 1978 assessment fair? 

.As your assessment is now based on a fixed 
percentage of what your property is worth 
its fairness can be measured by actual 
value comparisons. 

The Assessor's estimate of your property's 
actual value (market value) is shown on 
your 1978 Assessment Notice. 

The fairness of your assessment may be 
determined by comparing the Assessor’s 
estimate of actual value of your property to 
your owm estimate of its current market 
value as well as by comparing it to the 
current market values of properties of 
sipiilar w'ortlr 

The percentage of actual value at which 
each class of property will be assessed is: 
Residential - 15°/o (includes apartments, 
condominiums, mobile homes, etc.) 

Business and Othcr-25°o (includes com 
mercial, some industrial). 

Industrial. Utilities. Machinery and Lquip- 
ment, Forestry-30° o. 

The Assessor and his staff will give you 
every assistance necessary to properly 
check your assessment. 

What appeal do I have? 

Your Assessor is prepared to provide you 

with a detailed explanation of how' your 

assessment was determined. 

\ . 

If you are dissatisfied with the assessment 
and wish an independent review', a right of 
appeal is available to you. The procedure to 
complain is simple and is fully explained 
on the reverse of your 1978 Assessment 
Notice. The deadline for any written appeal 
is January20.1978. 

The new assessment method is fully ex¬ 
plained in the brochure that will accompany 
the mailing of your individual Assessment 
Notices. 


Look at your 
Assessment Notice... 
it's different 
this year! 



It now shows both 
the actual (market) 
value and the 
assessed value on 
which your 1978 taxes 
will be based. 


Our 1977 stock is selling at record rates due to 
high trade-in values and excellent outright 
purchases that can now be made. 



ASTRES 

Stock No. AS2531 

J3883 



VENTURAS 

Stock No. VE9525 

J4926 



SKYLARKS 

Stock No. 8L8321 

J4975 



CENTURYS 

Stock No. CE7572 

J5051 



PICKUPS 

8tock No. VPB73) (44 TON) 



JIMMYS 

Stock No. YL0S24 (4 X 4) 

- s 7474 



BRITISH COLUMBIA 


Bu\ I ASS 

ii 


ASSESSMENT AUTHORITY 


Be sure to drop in 
and too our groat 
soloction of 1978a, 
Including tho all-now 
Lemana, Century and 
Grand Prix. 

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its employees that they will not lose their employment as a result 
of contracting out or any future technological change or method of 
operation. 

B.C. Tel makes this public statement of its position to end 
the confusion and misunderstanding which have surrounded 
these issues up to this time. (If the name of any regular bargaining 
unit employee has been omitted from this list, it is due solely to 
mechanical or clerical error.) 

Vancouver, November 1977. 

B.D.TEL ® 


9,165 TIMES. 


JOB SECURITY 

TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE 
CONTRACTING OUT 

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B.C. Tel and the Telecommunications Workers Union. 

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B.C. TEL GUARANTEES THAT NOT ONE OF THESE 
EMPLOYEES WILL LOSE HIS OR HER EMPLOYMENT AS A 

RESULT OF TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE OR 

CONTRACTING OUT FROM NOW UNTIL NORMAL 
RETIREMENT AGE IS REACHED. 

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employee if desired. 

When any future employee attains two years continuous 
service with B.C. Tel, the same guarantee will apply. 

This is our pledge to B.C. Tel employees: 


B.GTEL 
SPELLS OUT 
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10 DAILY COLONIST, Victoria, B.C., Sat., Nov. 26, 1977 


Make provinces tackle inflation — premier 


VANCOUVER (Staff) - A 
national economic develop¬ 
ment plan with compulsory 
involvement by ail provinces 
was called for Friday by Pre¬ 
mier Bennett. 

Speaking to the annual So¬ 
cial Credit convention In Van¬ 
couver, Bennett stretched his 
old theme of the need for a 
national blueprint for eco¬ 
nomic development to In¬ 
clude the compulsory aspect. 

He said it was no good try¬ 
ing to And a national solution 
to economic problems If "one 
province can opt out because 
it doesn't like one aspect of 
the plan.” 

Bennett advocated a na¬ 
tional plan with the same 


compulsory clout enjoyed by 
the Anti-Inflation Board. “I 
would like to see the outline 
of such a national blueprint 
for economic survival in 
place before the anti-inflation 
program ends,” Bennett 
said. 

Asked if he thought he 
could “sell" the idea to other 
provinces he said it wasn't “a 
matter of selling the idea, It's 
a matter of necessity. It's a 
matter of asking what hap¬ 
pens If we don't develop a 
national plan.” 

Bennett said he felt the 
people of Canada were get¬ 
ting tired of being told they 
should work harder, exercise 
restraint and do their best of 


Old-line Socreds 
want Davis fired 


VANCOUVER (Staff) - 
The South Peace River 
“Group One" called Friday 
for the expulsion of Energy 
Minister Jack Davis from the 
Social Credit party. 

The splinter group doesn't 
want Davis turned out be¬ 
cause he couldn't handle the 
B.C. ferry system. They want 
his membership card tom up 
and burned because he intro¬ 
duced seat-belt legislation. 

Sponsors of the resolution 
calling for Davis to turn in his 
card don’t appear to lay any 
blame on the MLAs who 
voted in a majority to ap¬ 
prove the seat-belt legisla¬ 
tion — just Davis. 

With their resolution re¬ 
jected by the party resolu¬ 
tions committee at the annual 
convention here, they did 
their own printing job and 
distributed copies to all dele¬ 
gates Friday morning. It is 
doubtful if the resolution will 
hit the floor, but if it does, a 
lovely fight is forecast. 

In the preamble to the seat- 
belt resolution, there is also a 
call for a return to basic So¬ 
cial Credit principles, such as 
the printing and loaning of 
money in vast amounts to be 
called "the social debt or the 
debt of society." 

New-breed Social Credit 
members appeared surprised 


that there were old-line So¬ 
cial Credit believers still in 
the party. 

Party’s 

ranks 

swelling 

VANCOUVER (Staff) - 
Social Credit party president 
Peter Hyndman said Friday 4 
that membership in the party 
had reached a record high 
this year, with 75,165 mem¬ 
bers now registered. 

A year ago, party member¬ 
ship stood at 69.890, giving 
Social Credit a 5,275 increase 
in the past year. 

Hyndman told the annual 
convention that during the 
same period, membership in 
the Women’s Auxiliary had 
increased by 50 per cent, and 
that 10 new locals had been 
formed, while life member¬ 
ships in the party had in¬ 
creased from 486 a year ago 
to 1,148 this year. 

As of noon Friday, 1,100 
delegates had registered for 
what is being billed as the 
“mid-term" convention and 
1,500 was being forecast as 
the top attendance before the 
convention ends tonight 


the economy, while nobody 
was suggesting a positive 
plan to shake the country out 
of the current recession. 

"It’s time we stopped 
preaching and gave the peo¬ 
ple something they can get 
behind," he said during a 
press conference following 
his speech. “The people of 
Canada swill pull together in a 
crisis if they have something 
to get behind. They will rally, 
they will support a cause, but 
we, government, have to give 
them that cause." 

Bennett has been calling 
for a national plan for eco¬ 
nomic development for sev¬ 
eral months but, so far, with¬ 
out too much response. He 
said he would continue to 
push for the proposal when 
presented with such plat 
forms at premiers' confer¬ 
ences and other national-pro¬ 
vincial conferences. 

Bennett said he wasn't 
talking about short-term, 
make-work projects. 

“I’m amazed that there arc 
still people around, still poli¬ 
ticians, who advocate the 
massive spending of federal 
funds as a cure for unem¬ 


ployment," he said. "That 
isn't the long-term answer, 
not when we all already know 
that one of the major contri¬ 
butors to Inflation is govern¬ 
ment spending." 

Noting that the federal gov¬ 
ernment Is budgeting for a 
$9-billion deficit, the premier 
asked "faced with that, how 
can anyone advocate even 
more government spend- 

lqgf’’ 

He said he was also against 
what he called "pre-election 
spending” which sees gov¬ 
ernment’s loosening the 
purse strings just prior to an 
election to create the illusion 
that they are actively lack 
ling the problem of unem¬ 
ployment. 

"All that does is create a 
few false jobs and greater 
problems than ever after the 
election," he said. “That is 
not (he way.” 

"What we need is a nation¬ 
al plan for progress, a plan 
which Includes (he curtail¬ 
ment of government spend¬ 
ing and the constant re¬ 
minder that nothing can be 
achieved without the support 
and efforts of the people." 


The premier said strong ef¬ 
forts must be made to curb 
external borrowing because 
the heavy extent to which 
Canada now relied on exter¬ 
nal funds “is creating an air 
or apprehension in the rest of 
the world when it considers 
the future of Canada.” 

While saving the details of 
his blueprint for recovery for 
federal-provincial discus¬ 
sions, Bennett did reveal a 
few segments of his program. 
In addition to curbs on gov¬ 
ernment spending and bor¬ 
rowing. he said he wanted to 
see a plan which "does not 
play one region against an¬ 
other, one province against 
another." 

Bennett said he was con¬ 
vinced that no one province in 
Canada could "go it alone" in 
the fight for a steadily grow¬ 
ing economy. He said that the 
natural resources of Alberta 
and B.C. made them two of 
the richest and economically 
soundest provinces in Cana 
da. “but I don't think B.C. 
can solve all of its economic 
problems until Canada sets 
about solving its problems,” 
he said. 


He said the same rule ap¬ 
plied to Quebec. “We want 
them as Canadians." he said. 
“I do not think it would be in 


UFO triggers 
boat’s alarm 

LISBON (Reuter) — An un¬ 
identified flying object upset 
a Portuguese trawler's elec¬ 
trical system recently, set¬ 
ting off its alarm sirens, the 
official news agency ANOP 
reported. It said the UFO, 
emitting a glaring light, ho¬ 
vered above the 300-ton Par- 
delhas off South West Africa 
for eight minutes then left at 
high speed. 

Food flooded 
in Ethiopia 

LONDON (Reuter) — Ex¬ 
cessive rain in most of Ethio¬ 
pia last month caused flood¬ 
ing, contaminated food sup¬ 
plies and damaged crops, 
Addis Ababa radio reported. 


their best interests or in our 
best interests if they left 
(Confederation.)" 

"Canada was not built by 
people who ran away,” he 
said. “It was not built by 
people who came out here as 
English or French or whatev¬ 
er. It was built by people, 
men and women, who came 
here to build a new life, a new 
country as Canadians.” 

While (he main thrust of 
Bennett's keynote speech to 
the 1,100 delegates was the 
economy, he also took time to 
review what he termed his 
government’s accomplish¬ 
ments during the past two 
years. 


On the list were Pharma 
care, rental aid to the elderly, 
homeowner grants, the new 
auditor-general, the soon-to 
be-selected ombudsman, and 
the committee designed to 
bring accountability to 
Crown corporations. 

And in a stong note of mod¬ 
eration, he urged the rank 
and file to stop regarding the 
NDP “as our enemy." 

He said, “they may be our 
(political) opponents, but 
they are not our enemy. Our 
enemies are ignorance, pov 
erty. 111 health and lawless 
ness — and the list could go 
on. These are our enemies. 






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12 DAILY COLONIST, Victoria, B.C., Sat., Nov. 26, 1977 


Toronto trading 


TORONTO tCPi - A day¬ 
long surge in oil and financial 
issues sent the Toronto Stock 
market to its highest in more 
than 12 weeks at the close of 
active trading Friday- 

Higher - than - expected re¬ 
ports of annual results from 
financial concerns .and 
renewed interest in western 
oils were responsible for the 
climb. 

On the options market, 1,089 
contracts were traded, almost 


TORONTO CLOSING STOCKS 
DUtrlbutM by CP 
Toronto stock Exchanga—Nev js 

Complete t a b u I a t i o n of Frldky 
transactions. Quotations in cents unless 
marked *. 2-Odd lot xd—Ex-dividend 
*r—Ex-rights, xw — Ex-warrants Net 
change is from previous board-lot dos¬ 
ing sale. 


double the 362 that changed 
hands Thursday. 

Burns Foods Ltd. led the 85 
block trades with 45,000 shares 
at $10(2 a share. 

Pembina Pipe Line Ltd., the 
session's most active industrial 
issue, took second place with 
42.600 shares at $5% a share 


BOX SCORE 


stteli 

Abitibi 
Acklands 
Acklrtc 2 d 
A darac V 
Advocate 
Afton Min 
Agnico E 
•<gra ind t 


2B 


Net 

Sales High Low Close Ch'ge 

A and B 

11S60 $10 *44 10 -t- a 

700 $11 11 II 

100 $11 4 11 4 11 4 
500 37 

600 340 
2150 $5® 

2)00 $5 « 

1000 $5 

800 135 


37 37 

340 340 


135 135 

616 82 82 1 2 


.. - _ __ .1 

Albany 20500 62 61 61 

Alt Energy 1750 $17* 17 j 17* + * 

Alta Gas A 583*9 sis** 15* 15 a — La 

Alta G C p 250 $6* e 69 a 69 a 

Alta G E p 200 $25* 25* 25® + a 

Alta OF 200 $28 28 28 

Alta G 9.76 1080 $27'. 27-4 27 + 

Alta Nat 200 $4? .• 42 42 j + 1 

Alcan 14339 $25* 25 25'4 - la 

Algo Cent <00 $14 e 14 a 14 a 

Algoma St 1406 $14+ 14 4 14* 

AStel p 700 $27 4 27 4 27 « + 'a 

Algon 5300 $7 j 7; 7 j + + 

Air-Can B 750 380 380 380 - S 

Allarco Dv 680 $19 4 19 19 a + a 

Almlnex 16926 $11 10* 11 + '« 

Alum 3rd p 225 $27 2 27 j 27 3 

. . " 45 +5* 

20 


Am Bon2a 86495 $45 
Am Larder 9500 20 

Am Eagle 19900 330 
Am Leduc 11600 15 

Andres W 1300 $10*. 
Ang CT 4' 1 2142 $28 . 
Ang CT 265 100 $32 . 

Ang U Dev 2500 59 

Aquitaine 2900 $16 
Arbor C 
Args 250 p 
Argus B pr 
Asamera 


315 320 


14 


14 


32 4 32 4 - 4 
58 58 -1 

!6 : 2 16* — ’a 
75 


Asbestos 
Ashland C 
Ashland pr 
Asoc Pore 

AtCO A 
Auric Res 


200 $8 4 


Banister c 
Bank BC 
Bank Mtl 
Bank N S 
Bankeno 
B Cdn Nat 
Baton B 
Bay Mills 
Bell Canad 10786 $54' 
Bell A pr 75 $54' 
Bell B pr 
Bell C pr 
Bell 2.28 
Bell 1 80 
Beth Cop A 
Bl Hawk 
Block Bros 
Bombdier 
Bordei 


2000 

275 $3234 32* 32 

225 $34 34 

4350 $10+ 10 a 

1378 $37 2 37'4 

9000 SIS* 15 4 

1740 $30 2 30 

2279 75 75 

3350 $13'4 12® 

5166 33 32 

» 

16 2 

1100 $11'4 11 va 

200 $29 29 .. 

24806 $17 2 17'® 17 i -f : 

12451 $19' 4 19 19 4 -t- M 

6700 230 220 223 +3 

1212 $14'a 14 14* + '1 

20500 SI0 


10 a- a 
37 4 - a 
15® + '2 
30'3 + 1* 
75 


1 + a 


100 $55 
100 $304 
660 $30 
5850 $23* 


54^1 54* 


30 4 
30 30 


2344 23^4 + ' 
$13 J 4 13*4 13>4 - 
5000 10 10 10 

1925 $7 7 7 

278 $6® 6 a 6 4 

_ - 1100 240 240 240 

BoviS Cor 20200 64 62 62 - I 

Bow Vaty 5423 $21 2 21 s 21 . - 

Bralor Res 20934 se 5 * 5'4 + 

Bramalea 1660 $7 9 6 a 7 a f 

Brameda 1500 108 104 104 - 1 

Brascan A 37837 $15 a It-. IS a -r 
700 $11 4 II a 11 a 

10783 111 4 1) 11 4 + 


Brenda M 
Bridger 
Bright A 
Brinco 
BCFP 
BC Pack B 
BC Phone 
BCPh 6 80 
8CP 7 04 p 
BCP 10.16 P24830 $28'4 
Broul Reet 1000 25 

Brunswk 2681 330 
Budd Auto 2200 $7 a 

Budd Aw 900 165 
Burns Fds 50000 $10® 


105 430 430 430 

4000 $20 1 20 2 20 v 

100 $33 33 33 

2*25 $15 14 a 14 a 

400 $21? 2' 21 . 

700 $23 4 23 4 23 4 

.. 28* 28-4 

25 25 


160 160 -10 


CAE A 
Cad Frv 
cad Frv A 
Cal Pow A 
Cal P 7 p 
Cal P 7 p 
Cal P 9 80 
Cal P 2.36 


6650 $12 11 4 

300 $9 9 

i20 $19 19 

8237 $36 4 36 
220 $92 92 

10 $100 100 
ill $110 109 

200 $30 2 30 ; 


issues traded 
Advances 
Declines 
Unchanged 


Cat P I* 50 
Calvrt Die 900 
Calvart 32750 
Cam Mine 23000 
Camflo 6925 
C Chib A 2200 
Can Cem A 400 
CDC pr B 539 
Can Malt A 1975 
G Nor West 13550 
C Pakrs C 500 
Can Perm 175 
C Perm 6* 500 

CS Pete 85800 
Can Trust A 150 
C Trust 7 4 100 

C Trust 7* 

C Tung 
CCabiesy A 
Cdn Cel 
C Curtis 
CGE 

CG Invest 
C Hidrogas , 

C Momestd ^5775 
C Hydro 2700 
C Hydro pr 350 
Cl Bk Com 33376 
CIL 636 

Cl Powr A 44235 
C Lencour 2500 
CL I Pete 3000 
C Manoir A 2200 

C Marconi 1100 

C Merrill 1000 

CNat R 9800 
C Ocdental 2471 
CP Inve 6996 

CP Ltd 16250 

CPL A p 500 

•C Reserve 5950 
Cdn Sup O 23938 
Cdn Tire A 1365 
C Uilties 13650 
CU 10 4 100 

C Util 9.24 
C Util w 
Canbra 
Canray 
Canron 
Capit Div 
Cara 
Carl OK 
Carl A p 
Carl B p 
Carma A 
Carma 8.6 
Carrier JD 
Car 

Ca$siar 
Cassidy L 
Celanese 
Ctl Est A 
Cent Pat 
Charter 01 
Chib M 
Chieftan D 
Chieftain p 
Chimo 
Chrysler 
CHUM 
Coch Will 
Cockfield 
Coin Lake 
Coles Book 
Co Met 226300 
Cominco 1980 
Cominco A 
Com Cap 
CC Tr p 
C Holiday I 100 

CHIns A p 1650 
Con Bath A 2059 
C Bath 68 w 1075 
Con Bldg 3915 
Con Fardy 2500 
C Durham 6500 
C Morisn 300 

Cons Pipe 600 

Cons Prot 3621 

C Rexspar 3200 
Con Textle 200 
Con Distrb 28085 
Cons Gas 8906 
Con Gas A z 10 

Con Gas B *15 

Con Gas D 500 

Con Glass IOO 

Control F 
Conwest 
Cooper C 
Cop Fields 
Corby vt 
Comat Ind 
Corp Food 
Coseka P 
Costain R 
Craigmt 
Crain R L 


147 

22! 


39 36 37 

43 58 40+ - 

$13* 13 '3 132 
330 330 330 

$ 8 * 8 * 8 * 
$105* 1054* 105* - 
$29i» 29 29® - 


SI 2 


IP. 


*18® II® 18® - 
S18 4 18 . 18'4 - 
$27 26 * 27 - 

490 470 480 


$26 26 26 + 2- 


233i 


$5 } 5 

48 48 

$23® 23 
$17 4 17'4 17 4 
290 285 290 

18 » 8® 81 

$10 a 10 10'1 

$14 14 14 

$24'4 23* 24 


480 480 480 
480 475 480 

$15* 15* 15* 
460 - 435 440 

$18 17'4 17® 

$19 19 19 

$17* 17* 17-. 
$10 4 10 4 10 4 
$7* 7* 7; 

$58 • 56® 58 . 
*27* 27 j 27 '2 
$14* 14 


+ 1* 
+ * 


12148 

200 

2100 

211 

20150 

700 

5675 


200 


39600 

300 

2500 

*50 

3500 

5600 


$29 e 29+ 29 » - 
828* 20 a 28 •< 

$5* 5 7 5 2 

375 375 375 

190 190 190 

823 * 23 • 23 * 

111 103 109 

*11® II 11'4 

276 270 275 

824* 24* 24* 
*29* 29* 29* 

$8 8 8 

81?'3 19 r 4 19*1 
150 150 ISO i 

•1 81 81 - 

88* 7* 8 - 

395 395 395 - 

270 256 265 


+ 4 

-t- ' a 

- I 

+ 'a 


812 12 


1900 

100 

1000 

200 

14000 


200 


815* 15 4 15 4 
$7* 7* 7* + 

43 4 3 43 -2 

390 390 

8 8 
814 a 14 . 14 a + 

22 17 20 j +3 

S29 3 4 29 a 29 * - 
*28 f 28* 28 j + 
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$11* II* 11* - 
450 450 450 -10 

$23-4 23 3 23 * 

*20. 19* 19*-' 
300 295 300 

370 360 365 - 8 

270 270 270 

93 9? 92-1 

116 116 + I 


86'4 
18 18 


IS 


1300 


185 105 185 

85 » 5* 5 3 

$16 a 16* 16 4 - 

*76 76 76 

$73 73 73 

$24 3 24* 24* - 
$13* 13* 13*- 
220 220 220 - 

415 410 415 - 

490 475 490 - 

225 225 225 - 

*20 4 20' 4 20+ - 

$5 


77060 
2000 
1950 
12Q0 


*17 


7* 7* + * 


Vancouver 


VANCOUVER (CP) - 
Prices were down in light 
trading Friday on the Van¬ 
couver Stock Exchange. 
Volume was 1.9 million shares. 

Industrials leader was Cana¬ 
dian Javelin, unchanged at .95 
on 7,867 shares. Ionarc 
Smelters rose a penny at 07 on 
3,000. Hal Roach Studios fell 15 
cents at $1 on 4,000. - 
Balfour Mining topped 
resource and developdmnt 
trading, up 7 cents at $3.40 on 
63.801 Tacoma Resources 
gained 11 cents at 60 on 63,801. 

In the curbs, Tri-Star Re¬ 
sources advanced 65 cents at 
$2.15 on 76,000 shares Amber 
Resources was unchanged at 
.36 on 68,000. Santa Sarita Min¬ 
ing was up a penny at .36 on 
54,500 

London 

LONDON (CP) — Closing stock quota¬ 
tions Frida/ <n new pence unless pounds 
are indicated, x-indicates that quotations 
includes dollar premium based on latest 
conversion rate, 0.7271 Associated Brit 
Foods 64, Babcock and Wilcox 105; Bass 
Charrington 141; BICC 100 4; xBlyvoors 
430; BOC international 75'*; Boots 206; 
8owater 163 Brit Am Tomb 260*; Brit 
Assets Trust S5; Brit Petroleum 894 
xBroken Hill Prop 318' i. Buttels £il*; 
Burmah Oil SI; xCanadian Pac stgx 
£11*; xCharter Cons 128 j. Cons Gold 
159*; Courtauld* 112; De Beers 292 +; 
Oistillers 163; Dunlop 88; EMI 201 'a; 
xF.S. Geduld £15 3/16; Gen Elec 237*; 
Glaxo 584 2 ; Grand Metropolitan Hotel 
94*; Gr Unv Stores 332, Guest Keen 
266 1 2 ; Hawker Siddeley 174. Hoover 378; 
1CI349 7; Imp Tob73'+; Kloof 580. Marks 
and Spencer 146; MetaJ Box 282; Minorco 
142*; xPhillips 870; Plessey 100 Rank A 
230; Rio Tinto Zinc 180; Roan Consol 55; 
Sal Trust 385; Second Scott Inv 90*; Shell 
T and T 557'*; Tanganyika 136; Thomson 
624; Thorn 374; Tube Investments 372, 
Ultramar 232'z; Unilever 518, Union Corp 
265; Vaals 15*; Vickers 172, Western 
Onefontein £24*; Western Deep Lave' 
912'j; xWesf Mines 74 7; W Holding 
£!•'*; Wodlworth 57’-i; Zembien Copper 
12*. 

BONDS; Brit Transport £63*, B'lf 
Cons £12’4, Treasury •* £96; War Loan 

834*. 

The Financial Time* industrial index 
446.0, up 9 3 


Alberta 

By The Canadian Prtss 
Alberta Stock Exchange-Friday 
Complete tabulation of Friday trans¬ 
actions. Quotations in cents unles* 
merked *. Net change is from previous 
board-lot closing sale. 


Stack salat High Law Clesa Ch'ge 
Resource and Davetapment 

Andex 10000 15 15 15 

Avino 15250 24 23 * 23* - * 

Alu re 3000 79 79 79 *1 

Balfour 89400 66 5 66 +7 

Barier R 4000 37 37 37 

Blmorl 12000 78 70 75 -2 

Benpei 9000 64 60 64 

BKENSON u??? i/a* >.#* I*: 

Bow Rv 9500 16 16 16 

Br S Prm /40 15 15 15 

C T Exp 4300 170 165 170 +5 

BX Dev 3100 3256 300 325 -f!5 

150C0 44 42 43 +1 

3500 265 260 260 

2200 294 280 280 -10 

1500 II 11 11 -| 

1000 110 110 no 

1150 95 95 95 

170 60 60 60 

8500 61 58 61 

5000 7 7 7 

8558 330 315 330 +15 

Z100 42 42 42 

8500 21 21 21 

39250 56 44 46 +1 

10900 156 ISO ISO -4 

1700 25 25 25 

2500 20 1 2 20 1 20 j + * 

500 80 80 80 

J??? 77 'll , . 

5000 18 


Camro 
C ibarr 
Carolm 
Casino 
Castle 
Celico R 
Chanda 
Charlfn 
Chatex 
Cheyan 
Cima 
Citlec 
Claymr 
Colby 
Clmh pr 
Colt Res 
Cmapix 
Con TM 
C Bound 
Con Trn 
C Silver 
Coralta 
Coseka 
Coynex 
Cream S 
Cuoe Re 
Dankoe 
Davnpt 
Delta 
Dora Ex 
Dusty M 
Eagle R 
Eltron" 
Five Str 
Focus R 
F St Jhn 


500 19 

3000 39 

8000 55 

700 $7* 


19 19 -1 


46500 102 
Z200 19 

1500 33 

1500 15 

3000 40 

50000 22 

2000 $6 b 

500 115 


95 102 +4 


followed by 10.000 shares at 
$5 7 a a share. 

Alberta Gas Trunk Line Co. 


A shares at $15.50 a share. Two 

Active Stacks 

OOIOS 

Oils, gas 

Paoer, forest 
Consumer prod 
industrial prod 

Val. 

Ctasa 

Chge 

Real est., const 

135,000 Pembina 

06 

+ * 

Transportation 

101,829 Norcen En 

>15* 

+ '4 

Pipelines 

58,399 Alt GsTr 

>15* 

- '* 

Utilities 

52,876 Pacillc Pet 

$38 t 

+ 1* 

Comm,, media 

50,000 Burns Fds 

Mines and Oils 

>10* 

- * 

Merchandising 
Financial sves. 

248.600 Ulster P 

>1.21 

+ .05 

Management 

Up 13, down 1 

147.500 Tr-Cab Rs 

$2.21 

+ 09 

99.700 Ego Mns 

*1 54 

+ 02 

million). Value 1 

96 495 Amal Bon 

$45 

+5* 

lion). 


other blocks totalling 15.400 
shares also traded at $15.50. 

TSE 300 

COMPOSITE INDEX 1,010.96 + 7.07 

, Metals, minerals 816 63 + 0 46 

1,149.40 + 5.13 
1,350.18 - 4-20.92 

845 99 + 4.15 
905 92 + 5.46 
867 36 + 4.52 
1.300.82 +17.87 
1,174.52 - 1.12 
1.343.64 + 3.05 
1,262.54 + 2.05 
1,033.57 + 7.62 
838 12 + 3.66 
934.41 +16.55 
1,210.15 + 8.69 


MARKET 

REPORT 

Closing quotations for Friday, Nov. 25,1977 


New York 


Crestbrk 
C Zelrba A 
Crush Inti 
Cuvier M 
Cyprus 

ORG Ltd A 
Daon Dev 
Daon A 
D Aragon 
Decca R 
D Eldona 
Denison 
Dlcknsn 
Digtech 
Doman I 
Dome 


410 

J33 

300 

4700 

2450 

D 

300 

5765 

100 

54500 

3500 

7000 

2675 

870 

100 


350 340 340 

$191# I? • 19* 
$9 8 a 8* 

34 31 31 

*7* 7* 7* 

to G 

440 440 440 

$13 . 12* 13 a 
*7* 7* 7® 


— 4 Dome Pete 46376 


250 

1100 

9000 

6023 


250 

275 

14009 


D Bridge 

3 Citrs A 
DExplor 
Dot a sco A 
Dofasco p 
D Textie A 
Domtar 
Domtar pr 
Dr Me C A 
Du Pont 

Dynamar . 

Dyne mar r 12471 
E-LFin 300 
East Mai 1210 
East Sul A 870 r 
Ego Mines 99700 
Electro A 600 
Elks Stors 
Emco 
Emco w 
Exquisite 
Extrtdcar sou 
Extd wt 1000 
Falcon C 13411 
Flbrg Nik A 2332 
Fed ind A 2050 
Fed Pion 150 
F.deity M S 200 


$48* 48 
480 475 

195 195 

15 a 5* 
*62* 62 
$48'a 41* 
123* 73 i 
$7* 7* 

19 19 

$23'a 23® 
$65 65 

$9 a 9 
$15 4 15 a 
$12 11 a 

$14* 14* 


300 

2775 

1400 

2500 


290 285 

95 95 

159 153 

235 230 

$9* 9. 

$67 6'i 

ISO 150 
300 295 

$8* I 

325 325 
410 385 

>16* 16* 


25+2 

8* 

85 - I 

48 - 2 

475 

195 +10 

5* + a 
62 * - , 
40* + * 
73 7 - * 
7* + a 
19 

23* 

65 

9 

15 a 

II* - * 
14'j + * 
1214a 

132+2 
121* + 1 
9* - * 
290 
95 

154 +2 

230 - 10 


Iridal 2950 

inland Gas 300 
Inter-City 3685 
Inter C B w 500 
Intrmetco 4700 
IBM 

int Mogul 
I Mogul A 
Inf Pipe A 
ipsco 

Inv Grp A 


440. 440 440 

• 7* 7* - * 

296 296 + 1 

959 375 370 375 + 5 

200 $ 12 * 12 * 12 * - '* 

4995 $15 7 15 4 15 * + 4 

315 $16* 16* I6 g 


4166 

2200 

1300 

100 

14000 

1525 


Irwin 
Island Tel 
ISO 

Ivaco A 
Jannock A 
Jannock B 
Jannock 8 
Jannock w 
Jorex Ltd 
Kaiser Re 
Kam Kotia 13200 
Kaps Tran 27750 
Kaps r 37850 
Kelly DA zS0 
Kerr A A 025 
K Ana con z140 

Koffler A 16060 
kotfler A p 3200 


320 295 320 


i — a 

i + 2 

+25 
+ 1 


7555 

14196 

6000 

11)00 


$11* II a 11* - 

$14* 14 a 14' a - 

795 285 295 -i 

27 27 27 

$14* 13* 14 


Normick P 500 
NC Oils 200 
N Canada 700 
Nor Tel 2903 
NTecm B w 5000 
Northgat 1200 
North'd 50500 
Nu-Wst A 725 
Nudiama 500 
Numac 11200 
OPI A 1000 
Oakwood P 29600 
Obrien 9100 
Oceanus I 
Oceiai A 
Ocelot B 
Orchan A 
Orlando 
Oshawa A 
Osisko 
Oxford A 


3500 

34370 

1500 


343 345 

*9 a 9* 
30 30 


$16* 16* 

20 20 
*12* 12* 
$8*. 8* 
430 410 4 

189 185 1, 

75 75 

$15* IS 
$15 4 14* 
175 168 I 

1164a 16* 

48 5 465 4 

14 14 


Spar Aero 
Spooner 
St Brodcst 
Stand I A 
Stand Oil 
Stelco A 
Steinbg A 
Sterystm 
Ster Trust 
Strathrn A 
Stuart OH 
Sud Cont 
Sulivan A 
Sunbrst E 
Superior A 
Surpass C 


40* 42* - 

9* 


La baft A 


2560 


10 10 

>9 7* 

$8* 8 7 

118 a 18 


- 7 

- 6 
- 5 

it 

+ 5a 


Pac Coptr 41400 
Pac Nth G 1800 
Pac Pete 52876 
Page Pet 3600 
Pamour A 4200 
Pan Centr 2782 
Pancana t 
PanCan P 
Paulin A 


13* 

fp 5 

230 220 

355 355 

$38 * 36* 
465 440 


135a - la 


22 * + • 
355 +5 

38 a +1* 
460 +10 

475 + 5 

40 +8 

1500 95 95 95 

8380 $34* 33* 34* + * 
500 325 325 L * 


*8 


Tara 

Teck Cor A zlIB 
Teck Cor B 9100 
Teiedyna 
Tax-Sol 
Tek Can 
Texaco pr 
Txsglf 
Txglf p 
Thom ind 


500 S9’j ... 

108 $9* 9* 9* 

Z30 $48 a 48 

15073 $74' 2 24* 24+ 
1166 $17 16* 17 

400 250 250 250 

100 *10* 10* 10* 
2200 40 40 40 

100 $12 * 

4200 19 18 

2240 90 90 

z200 5 5 

100 740 240 

200 300 300 

T to 2 

250 814* 14* 14* 
15* " 


+ 

+ * 
+ la 
+ 10 


12* 


300 


$5 490 490 -IB 

*6 2 6 2 6 2 + ' a 


*7* 


7* 


$23 g 23 




Fidelity Tr 
Finning T 
Foodex S 
Ford Cnde 
F Sea A pr 
Francane 
Fraser A 
G M Res 
Gaz 5 . p 
Gen Baker 
GMC 

Genstar L 
Gnstar 1 50 
Gnstar L w 
Gerin 1st p 
Gesco Dis 
Gibraltar 
Glendale 
Goldund M 
Graft G 
Gt OH Sds 
G L Nickl 
GL Paper 
GL Pap w 
GN Fin 
GNGas A p 
Gt. W Life 
Gt West S 
G Goose 9* 
Greyhnd 
Goar Trst 
Gulf Can 
Gulfstrem 1 


HCi Hldg 
Hambro O 
H Group A too 
Ham Tr 741 
Hardee 2500 
Hard Crp A 1450 
HardCrpC 
Hawkfcr A 
Hayes O A 
Highmont 
Home A 
Home B 
Howdn OH 
Hud Bay A 720 
H Bay Co 19800 
HB Oil Gas 12312 
Hu-Pam z400 
Husky Oil 
Husky A pr 
Husky E w 
Hydra Ex 
H> s Ltd 
IAC 
IU Inti 
Imasco A 
Imp Gen 
Imp Oil A 
imp Oil B 
INCO A 
INCO B 


700 


200 $7* 7* 


6* + * 
150 + S 

300 + 20 

8*a + * 
325 +10 

400 +15 . 

16* + la 
7 a - * 

. 23 x + * 
490 +40 

300 + 30 

18 

7 S* + * 
86 +2* 

7* 


z25 *23 7 23 7 23 7 

44S4 335 330 330 -10 

7 20 $56 56 

200 S3* 5 a 5+ + * 

:?3 *72 4 72 4 72 4 

10250 *26* 26* 26 •# - * 

300 $26* ?6'4 26* + 4 

100 $9*9 9-*9 9* + « 
125 $8* 8* 8* - a 
250 270 270 270 +15 

5220 400 3*5 400 +15 

1000 90 90 90 

1000 25 25 25 

4750 $20 19* 20 + 1 

900 *7 7 7 

Z100 

5340 
1100 


Lab Min 

250 

$32 

32 

32 

+ 

* 

Pe Ben 0 

2200 

380 

380 

380 

+ 5 

Lacana 

7900 

345 

340 

315 


5 

Peerless 

200 

300 

300 

300 

A 

Laidlaw A 

1000 

19 

9 

9, 



Pemb 

135000 

$6 

5* 

6 

Ldl 9* 

100 

$11 

11 

11 



P Dept S 

3000 

465 

450 

450 

-lo 

LOnt Cem 

425 

310 

305 

310 



P Jewi A 

300 

17 + 

7 + 

7* 

+ * 

L Shore 

504 

240 

240 

240 


10 

Petrofina 

2290 

126* 

20* 

20* + * 

Lakehead 

3000 

27 

2S 

77 

+ 

5 

Petrol 

26100 

370 

340 

365 

+25 

Lasitr Km 

1000 

21 

21 

21 



Peyto Oil* 

45400 

$9 + 

9* 

9* 

+ + 

Laurasia 

6250' 

31' j 

31 

31 ra 



Pine Point 

3230 

$22 + 

22* 

22 7 

+ la 

Lau Fin 

900 

$7 • 

7 

7 

+ 


PHt$ B 

400 

16 + 

6* 

6* 


Leigh inst 

1100 

420 

415 

415 



P* me 

600 

$6 j 

6* 

6* + * 

Liberian 

z20 

>10* 

10* 

10* 



Place G 

10000 

79 

76 

79 

+ 1 

LL Lac 

1600 

176 

175 

176 

-+ 6 

Placer 

1850 

>19* 

19 

19* 

+ * 

Lob Co A 

4100 

350 

340 

350 

+ 

5 

Piysr 840 

300 

*76 + 

26* 

26* 


Lob Co pr 

250 

$27 * 

27* 

27+ 

+ 

• 

Pominex 

67300 

86 

76 

•3 

+ 7 

LOO Ltd AO 

115 

417 j 

17* 

IT j 



Pop Shops 

600 

*7 a 

7 

7 


Loo Ltd Bp 

100 

$18 7 

18 i 

18 v 



Pow Corp A) 1366 

*8 a 

8* 

9* 

+ 4 

LOO Ltd 2 p 

109 

$60 

60 

60 



Pow C 5 

400 

$9 

8 + 

9 

+ 4 

Lochiel 

7000 

273 

270 

273 


2 

Prairie Oil 

300 

$18 

17* 

17* 

— '4 

Lost River 

2500 

70 

60 

68 

+ 2 

Precamb 

50300 

180 

170 

180 

+ 6 


M 

to C 

1 




Pre Cabia 

1000 

$8 + 

8* 

0* 

— * 

Melon H A 

2160 

$11* 

11-4 

11* 


a 

Pre Trst 

300 

*52 

52 

52 


MB Ltd 

6670 

$17 

16* 

16 * 



Preston 

1600 

$12 + 

12 # 

12* + * 

Madeline 

1412 

58 

58 

58 


2 

Price Co 

1050 

19 7 

9 7 

12* 

+ V# 

Madsen 

2100 

80 

80 

80 



Prov B Can 1317 

$12* 

12 a 


Magna Int 

100 

$19 

19 

19 



QMG h qg 

5000 

21 

21 

21 

+ * 

Magnetcs 

700 

50 

50 

50 


t 

Qaser Pet 

1900 

$10 a 

10 

10’e + * 

Maislm l 

J00 

325 

325 

325 



Que Man 

>100 

28 

28 



Maistc Wit 

9000 

320 

305 

305 



Qoe Sturg 

2350 

98 

90 

99 

- 7 

Malar'ic 

/300 

81 

81 

81 



Pam 

3000 

$11 

11 

11 


Man Bar 

5*00 

154 

146 

152 

+ 5 

Ranger 

11190 

$29* 

29* 

29* +1* 

Marcana 

1000 

19* 

19 3 

19 j 


3 

Rank Org 

1200 

460 

460 

460 

-10 

Maritime 

450 

*22 

22 

22 



Real* a 

1000 

325 

325 

325 


Markel F 

700 

$5* 

5* 

5® 



Redpath A 

400 

$16 « 

16 a 

16* 

+ * 

Martin 

3000 

17* 

17* 

17* 

■hi 1. 

Redstone 

2500 

38 

38 

36 

- 2 

Mass Far 

8926 

$16* 

16* 

16* + 


Reed Pap A 5844 

*5* 

5* 

5* 

- ve 

Mas F A 

350 

$27* 

27-’-. 

27* 

— 

* 

Reed Pap B 600 

$5 4 

5* 

5* 



31000 4* 2* 4* 

4120 •»* 32* 33* 
1000 >49* 49 7 49* 

600 M0* 20 x 20* 

200 >45 45 45 

1500 >30* 36 38* 

Thom N A 13800 >12* 12« 12b 
Thom N pr z25 >44 44 44 

Tone Craft 400 >6* 6' • 614 

Toromont x77 240 240 240 

Tor Dm Bk 7402 >17* 17* 17* 
Torstar B 5390 >13 13 13 

Total Pet 42300 $10* 10* 10* 
Tote! P A P 1200 >21* 21* 21* 
Toll Pet w 15600 410 385 410 

Traders A 4651 >17* 17* 17b 
Tr 10* z2S >11* 11* 11* 
Trade 7* P 1050 >46* 46<4 46* 
Trader 69 w 3100 $6 5* 6 

Tr Can 147500 22 7 212 221 

TrnsMtA 2100 >9* 9« 9< 

TrCanPL 19290 >15* IS a 15 a 
TrCen C pr 100 >49* 49b 49* 


- !* 
- I 
+ 3 
+ * 

+ ve 

+ * 
+ * 
+ * 
+ * 
+30- 
+ -V* 


Travlway 
Trimac A 
Trc 9.12 
Trimac wt 
Trlzec Crp 
Tru-Wall 
Turbo R 
Ulster P 
Unican S 
Un Carbtd 
UGas A 
UGes 8* 
Union Oil 
U Canso 
Un Corp 
U Keno 
Un Reef P 
U Siscoe 
Un Tire A 
Univr Gas 
Upp Can 
V§ Serv A 
versatile 
Versatil A 


100 $5*4 


5* 5* 


14* 


+ * 
+ a 


3535 $14* 

300 $26 

2600 *7* 

750 $10 9* 10+1 

100 110 110 110 

31020 $5* 5 5a- « 

248600 132 125 128 + 3 

200 150 150 150 

710 >17* 17 17* 

5684 $10 « 10 10 < + * 

1475 $24* 24* 24 n + « 

17250 $14*a 14* 14 7 + * 

28698 *9* 9* 9* + . 

1360 >10* 10 » 10* + • 


NEW YORK (API - Stock 
prices managed to post a small 
gain Friday, continuing to 
benefit from recent favorable 
news on inflation and interest 
rates. 

Trading slowed to a 3 1 x-week 
low in a session sandwiched 
between the United States 
Thanksgiving holiday and the 
weekend. 


CLOSIKb AVBHAGES 

30 Muttrllll 144 43 +1.1? 

20 Transportation 219.76 +0.10 

15 Utilities 113.06 +0.50 

65 Composita 291.45 +0.49 

Volume 17-91 million 


Friday's advance made it 
three in a row (or the market 
since the U.S. government 
reported early in the week that 
the consumer price index rose 
a moderate 0.3 per cent last 
month. 

The increase, which was 
smaller than most advance 
Wall Street estimates, came as 
a relief to analysts who had 
been talking uneasily about a 
possible acceleration in the 
cost-of-living indicator. 

Brokers also noted a mood of 
encouragement over the 
Federal Reserve’s recent 
steady monetary policy and an 
accompanying stable trend in 
interest rates. 

At the NYSE close the 
reserve listed a relatively 
modest $200-million increase in 
the basic measure of the 
money supply for the latest 
reporting week. 

On the surface, that seemed 
to bode fairly well for a con¬ 
tinued even-keel credit policy 
by the central bank. But some 
credit experts expressed disap¬ 


pointment at the numbers, say¬ 
ing there had been expecta¬ 
tions of a decline in the money 
supply. ' • 

Among Canadian issues on 
the New York Stock Exchange, 
Dome Mines was up V4 to 57V4, 
Bell Canada was up 'k to 49 and 
Inco Vi to 16(4. 

McIntyre was down 7 4 to &, 
Alcan vy to 22Vs and Seagram 
y< to 2iV4. 


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3250 

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500 450 450 4S0 

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711.700 Wh-te M 
206,200 Transm 
129.000 US Steal 
125.300 Phil Pet 
123,500 Keoecot 
120,000 Mclntyr 
117 000 Sean 


ACTIVE STOCKS 

Close 

28* 


Alcan 
All Cbm 
Al-Chlm 
Am Air 
Am BrntJs 
Am Beast 
Am Can 
Am El P 
Am Motor 
Am Tel T| 
Ampex 
Atl Rich ’ 
Avco 
Avon 

Bel How.,. 
Bendix 
Beth st y 
Boeing , 
Boise Cw- ,' 
Borden ' ? 
BoWai- 
Bri My 
Brunswick 
Burl Ind 
Burl Nor 
Burroughs 
Caterpill 
Col Beast 
Caianase 
Ches-Ohio 
Chrysler 
Coca-Cola 
Col-Palm 
Comsat 
Conf-Data 
Con Edison 
Con* OH-G 
Crown Cork 
Crown Zell 
Disney 
Dow Chem 
Du Pont 
Eastn Air 
East Kod 
El Paso 
Exxon 
Fair Cam 
Fed N Mt 
Firestone 
Ford Mot 
6en Dyn 
Gen El 
Gen F 
Gen Mo* 
Gen T E 
Gen Tire 
Geo Pac 
Gillette 
Goodyear 


15* 

30* 

31* 

21* 

22 

31 « 


-1b 
unch 
+ * 


22* Grevh 
44* Gulf OH 
26* Homestake 
10* Honeywell 
43' > ini Steel 
43b IBM 
38* int Marv 
24b int Nick 
4' 2 int Paper 
59* mt Tel T 
9* Johns-Mann 
52* Kaiser Alum 
17* Kennecott 
49* Kraft 
17 Liflon Indus 
39' 2 Lock Air 
22' a Me Don Doug 
29* Merck 
7« Mer Ly 
31* Minn M M 
27* Mobile Oil 
34* Monsanto 
14* Motorola 
22b NCR Corp 
43 Natomas 
71* Newmont 
56* Nort Si 
51’* Pac Gas 
43' a Pan Am 
tM's Pepsi 
13* Ph Mor 
38* Ph Pete 
24* Pit Bowes 
36b Polaroid 
26* Proc Gam 
25 RCA 
29* Repub steet 
2Sb Schlumb 
34. Scott Parser 
40* sear* Roe 
28*fShell Oil 
120 Sing»r 
6* Sperry 
S3 Stand Cat 
'17b Sun OH 
47 4 sth Pac 
24b Teledyne 
28 Texaco 
•4* Tex Guid 
44* TWA 
50* Uni Carb 
51b uni Pac 
33>a uni Oil 
46 uai Inc 
31* U.S. Stef 
23 a westghsa 
31 • Wool w 
25 xerox 
••* Zenith 

BOX SCORE 


34* 

268* 

29* 


33* 
33 a 
29* 
21 * 


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23* 

58* 


64* 
59 a 
37* 

42 7 
36 a 
16* 
21b 
23^a 

S* 
27 4 

43 
31* 
19* 
26* 


Tl* 

vf- 


2000 


8612 

z6S 

2100 

4554 

2482 


7840 


4565 

2500 

39)0 

4400 

32582 

5500 

28440 


23* 

24 + 1 

Mas F B 

1600 

>27* 

27 j 27* 



Reed Oslr A 100 

S9 

9 9 

+ Vs 

voyager P 

11120 

>13 

12* 

12* 

+ ' a 

360 

360 +5 

Matchan 

11051 

15* 

15 15 

+ 

* 

Reeves 

5000 

10 

10* 10 


Vulcan Ind 

1370 

>9* 

9 a 

9+ 

+ * 

116 

116 

Matgml A 

900 

>9 * 

9 9 


"4 

Reichhold 

1200 

$6 4 

6' a 64 


Wainoco O 

zll 

$8 

8 

8 


18* 

18 . 

McGraw H 

1000 

$6* 

6* 6* 


4 

Retch wt 

,501 

275 

270 270 

- 5 

Waiax A 

20300 

no 

10 

>0 

— 'a 

63 

63 + * 

Me Intyre 

822 

>24* 

24 7 24 7 


* 

Reitman A 

4 00 

$13* 

13* 13* + * 

Walk GW A 1775 

>29 a 

28 a 

29 

+ a 

246 

250 

McLaghln 

450 

$6 

6 6 



Rembrant 

500 

300 

300 300 

+ 10 

Wardair 

1600 

325 

320 

320 

+ 5 

11* 

11* + 1 a 

Melcor 

200 

$7 

6 a 6 a 


* 

Res Servic 

500 

135 

135 135 

- 4 

Warn Can 

700 

>6Ya 

61« 

6 4 

— a 

18 

18 — * 

Mentor 

1100 

285 

285 285 



Revnu Prp 

18690 

77 

75 76 

- 1 

Wrmtn 

2500 

170 

no 

170 


8 

8 

Mcrcanftl 

6695 

>11 a 

10* 11 a 

+ 

S| 

Rileys D 

2025 

115 

112 115 

+ 10 

Weidwod 

300 

>10* 

10* 

)0* 


26+ 

27+4 

Merland E 

18900 

$6 a 

6* 6 + 

+ 

a 

Rio Algom 

701 

$23* 

23 4 23* 

+ * 

WstOurne 

4025 

>11 

17 . 

18 

+ * 

36 

36 — 1 

Met Trust 

Z24 

>25* 

25 a 25 a 



Riv Yarn A 

1200 

400 

400 400 


Wcoast Pt 

3500 

$11 + 

11* 

1! a 




Met Trst r 

3324 

135 

135 135 

+ 10 

R Little 

100 

160 

160 160 

+ 5 

Wcoast T 

33355 

*32® 

32® 

32 * 

+ a 

345 

345 +10 

Mfdcon 

1500 

145 . 

.140 140 


15 

Roman 

2050 

SIB 4 

17 + 17 + 

- * 

Wcoast w 

4700 

$6® 

6+ 

6* 

+ a 

5-4 

• 5* — a 

Mtndamr 

7000 

10'7 

10* 10* 


* 

Ronald Fd 

150 

$14 7 

14 2 14 j 

+ * 

Wes tael 

550 

$14 4 

14 4 

U X 

+ 4 

300 

300 +9 

Mtnrl Res 

7000 

125 

121 125 

+ 

5 

Ronyx Cor 

5100 

140 

139 140 

+ 4 

w Bees A 

250 

19 4 

9 4 

9 4 


23 

23 

Moffat a 

J00 

>11 4 

II 11 



Royal Bnk 

13745 

*25* 

25 25 4 

+ * 

West Mm* 

2400 

335 

335 

335 

+ 10 

73 

73 — 2 

Moison A 

967 

>15 4 

15 a 15 a 



Royal Tr A 

700 

$16 « 

16 16 

— a 

W suppis 

1080 

$14 7 

14+ 

14 7 


310 

310 +10 

Mon inv 

100 

$7 2 

7 7 7"j 



Russel H 

851 

$8 4 

8 a 8 a 


weitfteid 

3400 

108 

106 

101 

- * 

285 

290 

Moore 

11150 

130+ 

29 + 30+ 

+ 

* 

St Fabten 

5000 

3 2 

3 2 3+ 

— '/a 

westnhse 

725 

$23 

n 

73 


5 2 

5* + + 

Multi ACC 

1100 

360 

355 360 



StL Corp p 

Z10 

$66 

66 66 


Weston 

5911 

$14 

13 7 

13* + a 

6 

6 

Murphy 

2600 

$10* 

10* 10* 


* 

Scnnetd p 6 

1 /SO 

$8 4 

8* 8* 


Wstn 4' 20 

z25 

152+ 

52+ 

52+ 


122 

125 + 3 

N B Cook 

>000 

93 

93 93 


2 

Scot York 

15440 

340 

325 340 

+ 15 

White P A 

7000 

*19* 

19* 

19* 


30-a 

31* + * 

NBU Mine 

15500 

90 

88 90 



S cotta A 

300 

$9 

9 9 


Whonok A 

696 

$8* 

1* 

8 . 


36 t 

3714 + 1 7 

NaChrs l 

2625 

$7 4 

7« 7 a 



Seagram 

15170 

$24 

73* 24 


Wilco 

1000 

9 

9 

9 


7 a 

7* — 'a 

Nat Drug 

z95 

*7 

7 7 



Seaway M 

too 

470 

470 470 


Wiltroy 

1664 

210 

198 

210 

+ 10 

15’« 

15* + * 

Nat Pete 

32800 

100 

92 99 


i 

Seaway pr 

600 

480 

475 480 

+ 5 

Wix Corp 

300 

365 

365 

365 


I6-# 

16+ + * 

Nemco - 

54300 

265 

257 259 


1 

Seco Cem 

200 

$9 , 

9 a 9 7 

+ * 

Wood reet 

22300 

13 

81 

t7 


44* 

45* +1 4 

NB Tel 

210 

$20* 

20 4 20 4 



Shaw Pipe 

500 

18 a 

8 s 8* 

— a 

Woodwd A 

250 

SIS'a 

15* 

15 a 

— ve 

13 

13 

N Dimens 

16900 

109 

100 108 

+ 

4 

Shell Can 

7216 

$16 a 

15 a 16 s 

+ a 

Wrlwid 

3656 

$5+ 

5'e 

5 a 


26 4 

26* + + 

N Que Ragl 2200 

111 

no no 



snerntt A 

6556 

430 

4)5 425 

+ 10 

Yk Bear 

5340 

445 

435 

445 


38* 

38* 

N Senator 

z700 

S 

s 5 



Sieben* 

37175 

$24 7 

.'3 24+ +1* 

York Cons 

3500 

75 

74 

75 

+ 3 

10 

10 a 

N York Oil 

9883 

240 

235 240 

+ 10 

Silvmq 

5000 

23 

22 22 

- 1 

Y Lambton 

3000 

40* 

38 

38 

- 7 

77 

27 

Newco Fin 

/50 

$24 

24 24 



Silverwd A 

100 

$7 4 

7* 7* + V* 

Yukon C 

2000 

210 

2)0 

210 

+ 5 

143 

143 + 1 

Newconx 

700 

$6 a 

6® 6- a 


* 

Simoo Eri 

200 

15 4 

5'a 5+ 


Zeirers 

4200 

>6 

S* 

0 


17* 

17+ + + 

NHd LP A 

1040 

*15 4 

15 7 15 j 



Simpsons 

9877 

$5 

490 495 



Trust Unit* 



12* 

12-+ 

Nfid Tel 

1200 

$8* 

84 84 



S.mpson S 

2080 

$7 4 

7 7 


BBC R un 

3650 

*15* 

15 7 

15* + ’4 

29 

29 4 + 1 

Noble M 

3000 

89 

88 89 

+ 

1 

Sklar M 

18830 

72 

69 70 


BBC R wt 

2200 

330 

325 

330 

+20 

8 7 

9+7 

Noranda A 

6544 

*20* 

20* 20 7 



Sklar w 

500 

13+ 

13 » 13 j 


BM-Rt un 

13405 

>14* 

14* 

nT* 


20 4 

20* — * 

Noranda B 

100 

*20-a 

20* 20* 



Skye Res 

18650 

$10 a 

10 a 10* 


BM-RT wt 

10660 

237 

230 

237 

+ 7 

20 7 

20 7 

Norcn 

101829 

$15 + 

15+ 15* 


a 

Skyline H 

1200 

200 

200 200 

-10 

C Perm un 

500 

>9'a 

9 

9 a + • 

17-’# 

17* 

Norcn 150 

7050 

lit . 

24+ 24 4 



Slater sti 

300 

17* 

7* 7* 

— * 

C Realty u 

200 

>7+ 

71® 

7* 


18 • 

II* 

Nordair A 

2400 

16 4 

64 6 j 



Somviiie 0 

150 

$35 

35 35 

+1 

TO Realty 

1135 

>25+ 

25 

25 * 

+ 'h 


issue* traded 
Advance* 

Declines 

Unchanged 


1823 

871 



MALASPINA COLLEGE 

invttM appliCBtionB for the pooition of 

COMPUTER CENTRE DIRECTOR 

Position involves day to day management of small College Com¬ 
puter Centre. In addition, the individual will participate in the for¬ 
mation of a multi-college consortium of computer facilities, in¬ 
structional computing and project design. 

Qualifications include B.A. or B.Sc. in computer related dis¬ 
ciplines. At least 3 years management experience in computer 
facilities. Preference given to PDP-11 experience with 
background in both administrative and instructional applications 
Must have ability to communicate effectively with faculty and ad¬ 
ministration. 

Salary dependent upon qualifications and experience 
Position will begin immediately upon availability of applicant 
Applications to be submitted to: 

Dr. C. M. Opgaard, President 
Malaspina College. 900 Fifth Street. 
Nanaimo. B.C. V9R 5S5 CANADA 
Phone (604) 753-3245. 

Closirtg date for applications December 12. 1977. 

34S-11-22-3 _ 


Hosth 
Intgold 
Inti Pyr 
I Shasta 
Kamad 
La Teko 
Laguna 
Lornex 
LP Ind 
Maior 
Marge 
Mvrck 
Meston 
Mid Mtn 
Mos Crk 
Mtn Stat 
Musto E 
Nadina 
Nevax 
Nwcst ' 
Nw Min 
N Pnvfr 
Ni Cal 
Nicola 
Norco 
Norex 
Nthair 
N Atlant 
N Hart r# 
N Bulion 
Nuspar 
Oxbow 
Pac Cas 
Pac Cyp 
Pclfc Rs 
P Acher 
Pthfndr 
Perry R 
Plains P 
Prism 
QC Exp 
Qtsino 
Ramco 
Redfrd 
Reniks 
Rimrck 
R Agsiz 
Sabina 
Sna Res 
Seafrth 
Secrtrt 


200 no 

3000 35 
5645 32 
8000 75 
2000 25 
100C 35 


74 

25 

35 


2300 $8 2 8 2 87 

1500 12 12 12 

5000 140 140 140 -10 

5000 14 

5000 18 

3000 35 

10500 34 30 32 +1 

9500 100 90 100 +10 

2000 1694 149 169 -1 

48200 63 59 59 -S 

500 7 7 7 

6000 8 8 8 

10142 14 14 14 -1 

3000 45 44 45 +1 

1001 8 8 8 

2500 >9', 

2500 20 

3000 120 

2000 54 

5400 236 232 235 

*167 11 II 11 

6500 32 26 32 -3 

833 11 11 11 + b 

8000 28 28 28 

1800 290 280 280 - 20 

4000 31 30 31 

800 45 45 45 

2000 20 7 20 b 20 7 

500 17 17 17 -1 

3500 28 27 28 +1 

6000 190 190 190 

1000 23 23 23 +1 


16 16 -4 

35 35 -1 


1 9 b 9* 

20 20 
110 120 - 


Vaily Co 

Z4 

680 

680 

680 


Decade 

Van Silv 

13500 

50 

50 

‘0 


Dor i?d 

Vntrl 

27750 

26 

24 

25 


Dungan 

Vnlor R 

40700 

80 

52 

77 



Vestor 

500 

45 

45 

45 


GBX Mn 

Wlcm N 

2300 

140 

139 

139 

-1 

Gall Pet 

Wn Wrn 

2000 

40 

40 

40 

—7 

Gentry 

Wharf 

3125 

23 

22 

a 

+2 


Wndmtl 

5C00 

51 

50 

50 


* Gilford 

Ykn Rev 

1500 

21 

21 

21 

+ 1 

Go'd An 

Zenore 

7000 

35 

30 

35 

+5 

Gold cup 







Gn Smrk 

Warrants 

and 

Rights 


Grangr 

W W ;h 

1C46 

5 

5 

5 

-2 

Grt Ctrl 

Hecat wt 

5500 

35 

35 

35 


Grnwd 

Mos Cr w 

5000 

50 

50 

50 


Grove E 

Musto W 

216000 

4 

1 + 

1 4 

-3* 

Hereon 

Perry wt 

1000 

55 

SS 

55 

-10 

Hitec 

Rlmk W 

2000 

18 

18 

18 


Hub 

S Chr* wt 

1000 

8 

8 

8 


■coast R 

Sna Wt 0 

5000 

12 

9 

8 


Kndahr 

Wlndl wt 

5000 

10 

106 

10 

+1 

Kendal 







Klndke 


INDUSTRIALS 



Lamer 

Athbsc 

1585 

80 

75 

90 

+5 

Leman 

Bm Rf U 

300 

>14* 

14 a 

14* 


Lion Mn 

B Montrf 

100 

>17* 

17* 

17* 


Lustre G 

BC Tel 

1100 

>14 + 

14® 

14* + * 

Mabee 

Cdn Jvln 

7867 

95 

95 

95 


Mace T# 

Doman 

noo 

>5* 

5* 

5* 


Merldn 

Grouse 

200 

125 

125 

1256 


Mns Dor 

H Roach 

4000 

111 

100 

100 

-15 

Mt Grnd 


Frehid 

500 

35 

35 

35 


Seneca 

Futurty 

16500 

79 

70 

70 

-2 

Sheba 

Gt Reel 

Z100 

79 

79 

79 


Slvrdo 

Gbrltar 

500 

3956 390 

395 

+20 

Skat Res 

Global 

700 

30 

30 

30 

—1 

Sonc Ry 

G Gate 

2500 

17 

17 

17 


Stampd 

Gdn Gnt 

21000 

12 

12 

12 


Susie Gd 

Gldn Sfd 

15400 

II 

10 

10 


Tcomw 

G Hercul 

500 

37 

37 

37 


Terra 

G N Pet# 

5000 

27 

27 

27 

-1 

Torngn 

Grndst 

Z160 

48 

49 

48 

-2 

Tricor 

Hallmk 

3400 

43 

43 

43 


Trinity 

Hecate 

2000 

130 

1306 

130 

+5 

Trsmo 

Henrlet 

3000 

32 

30 

32 

+2 

Tyee 

Hilnd Cr 

1500 

55 

556 

55 


UFC 

Hmont 

Z37 

uo 

130 

1J3 


U Hrne 

Holofi 

3800 

50 

so 

50 


U Wstld 


7500 19 

24000 21 

Z40 13 

1000 7 

2500 75 

19467 34 

3200 50 

13000 65 
2000 24 

32965 32 

12900 108 
18500 30 

833 21 

9700 140 
Z100 11 

1900 360 
22800 230 
62300 60 

100 400 
17500 65 

9000 12 

63801 350 
3000 18 

11500 60 

1000 14 , 

1688 665 
15000 85 


Kaiser 

Madill 

NW Spts 
Pact 
Pot t#r 
Seabrd 

TC Glass 
Wldwd 


.+1 

500 $14 „ 14 14 

400 *13 7 13 7 13* 

250 330 330 330 

125 225 225 225 

<080 410 410 4106 +9 

215 *7* 7* 7* 

800 425 425 425 

900 $10* 10* 10* 


VANCOUVER CURB EXCHANGE 

Aaron 5500 77 68 77 + 


14 J 14 7 
660 660 
82 02 



Acacia 

4500 


Adar 

1500 

+3'.a 

Amber 

48C00 


Arnca 

500 


Aries 

3400 


Ashcrtt 

1000 


Aurus 

IOOO 

+3 

Avlnch 

3000 


Be hi Gld 

6000 


Bonevil 

2000 

+5 

Brent 

500 


Br Pac 

1000 

—5 

Bur Gld 

6500 

-39 

Cannon 

500 

+11 

Canzna 

500 


Caprice 

16000 

-3 

Carvn D 

3900 

-3 

Case Re 

20000 

+15 

Chanei 

2000 


Cherke 

9500 


Clytron 

3100 

1 — '» 

Cinola 

1000 


Con Mm 

3500 

-3 

Cydon 

500 


5 5 

37b 35 


77 +12 

+2 


-3 

+2 


170 170 —2 

35 35 -» 


45 45 

18 b 21 
22 22 


500 240 230 230 


Mtneer 

Nahatf 

N Aston 

N Frontr 

Nithex X 

Olymp 

Orina 

Pan Arc 

Paulsn 

Pembk 

Phnx El 

Pizza Ptl 

Poney 

Qstmnt 

Quinto 

Regncy 

Regis 

Rich Hil 

Rockei 

San Raft 

Sands M 

Santa S 

Shelter 

Silvana 

Sunrise 

SS icecr 

Tandm 

Taurus 

Thdr Ck 

Tofino 

Totzm 

Trident 

Tri ster 

Vanlta 

Vantag 

Westnd 


8000 20 20 

67500 26 25 

4900 130 130 

13000 41 35 

9000 15 2 15 

Z400 33 33 

35)00 105 101 

7000 36 36 

5000 105 105 

18500 43 35 

3000 21 b 20 

3200 37 33 

'000 14 14 

1000 45 45 

1000 76 75 

12500 17 15 


4500 19 18 

10333 44 40 

1000 45 45 

15000 13 10 

31500 58 54 

2500 40 40 

5000 U 62 

1000 30 30 

200 120 120 

14000 22 18 

700 131 130 

5000 14 13 

4000 70 68 

1000 65 65 

14S00 37 34 

2000 IS 15 

3200 142 

2375 32 

4500 13 > 13 

5500 8 8 

7500 15 15 

5000 192 191 

1500 10 10 

4000 5 b 5 

9500 20 70 

1000 80 80 

1000 20 20 

. 13000 48 35 

5500 40’7 38 

1100 380 375 

2000 6 6 

4000 4 b 4 

1000 4 4 

1332 21 21 

2500 68 65 

54500 37 35 

1000 90 90 

z50 150 ISC 

1000 43 42 

2000 52 45 

5500 50 

2000 20 

6500 165 

4500 33 


Mutual 

funds 

TORONTO (CP)—Rtcant price* «♦ 
investment fund* supplied by The 
investment Fund* institute of Canada 
Friday They are the net asset vaiu* 
per snare or unit (NAVPS) last crcu- 
lattd by the fund in accordance with 
-ts pricing practice as contained in the 
prospectus of thz fund, n—no *a»e> 
Charge, ,x - U.S. Fund, y — dateyed 
NAVPS. xd-ex-dividend 



Institute 


135 


150 

42 

50 


1026 
4 72 
9 79 
4 97 
463 
4.9J 


500 40 40 40 

1000 IS 
76000 250 
7000 43 

2000 52 

37500 29 


15 

160 2156 +65 


S*Ck 

Abacus 

Bearcat 

Calwast 

Can Obas 

Cinnabar 

Claarport 

Concept 

Convantur 

Czar 

Olxia 

Gold Laka 
Haloana 
Highfield 
Mono#* 
NoTtnri 
Omt 


Salat 

5290 

2000 

11000 

100 


2300 

12250 

9750 

500 

1000 

2000 

200 

3000 

900 

5500 


Mlah Low Ctasa Ch'oa 

>5b 5 a 5* - b 


Inrlm 

maga 

Parkland 
Paragrine 
Patromns 
Radial 

Rio Alto 
Sackvllle 
Savanna 

Troy _ 

Twin Richfd 1973 
Un|v Uran 


2000 

31800 

15000 

10000 

17400 


15 


300 


130 

165 

98 

110 


Flax 

Dec 

May 

Jiy 

Rapes aed 

Nov 

Jan 

Mar 

Jun 

Rapeseed 

Dec 

May 

Jly 

Barley 

Dec 

May 

Jiy 

Oats 

Dec 

May 

Jiy 

Dec • 

Mey 

Jiy 


WINNIPEG 

High Lew Clesa 

216.70 214.00 214.70 
224.00 221.00 224.00 
225.00 222.00 225.00 
Vancouver 

320.50 314.50 320.50 
310.00 303 50 308 50 

302.50 297 50 300.50 
295.00 293 00 294.80 

Thunder Bay 

- 270.00 

- 270.00 

- 266.00 

78.00 77 00 77.20 

76.70 75.20 75.90 

76 00 75.40 75.50 

74.60 74 00 74.40 

72.00 71.40 71.70 

69.00 68.40 69.70 

- 11360 

115.00 113.00 115.10 

114.50 113.50 113.5 


Gtain 


Soybaan oil 

Dec 

Jan 

Mar. 

Sloy 

Soybean meal 

Dec 

Jan 

Mar 


Money Commodities 


21.70 
21 30 
21 10 


22 48 

22 03 

21 80 


165 00 161.50 164.90 

165.50 162.50 165.30 

168 70 165 10 168 80 


-5 


CNICAGO 


+ 



Htgh Law 

Ctasa 

-4 

Wheat 

D|c 

2 75+ 

2.73 

2.75 


Mrs. 

2 85 4 

2.83+ 

2.85 4 

+5 

May 

2.19+ 

2.96* 

289 

cam 





Dec. 

2 25’4 

223 

2.25 

J-30 

Mar 

2.32+ 

2 29+ 

2.32 


May 

2 35+ 

2.33* 

2 35+ 

-5 

Oats 




40 
98 

36 
70 

255 245 


Dec 

Mar 

May 

Soybeans 

Jan 

Mar. 


1 39 . 1.38 4 1 38-'4 

141* '40 1.41b 

> 42 4 1 41b 142 b 

6 13 6 00 6 11b 

6 20 6.06 4.19* 

6 27 4 14 4 36* 


Livestock 


Calgary (CP) - Friday's raceipts at 
Calgary public stockyards of 1,925 htad 
were mainly feeder cattle of average 
quality. Trade was moderate on all feeder 
cetiie. There were too lew slaughter 
steers or heifers to establish markating 
trends. Light receipt* of slaughter cows 
traded on a'strong market at ttaedy 
prices Good boloana bulls tradad on an 
easier market at si lower. Dl-2 cows 22-24, 
03 21.50-22.50, D4 19.50-21.50. Good Bulls 
26-28. A good supply of feeder cattle and 
stock calvas were mainly of averagt 
quality. A good supply of yearling halfars 
of good quality tradad at staady pricas. 
Trades was » lower on ell classes of 
feeder ttaert and stock steer calves. Goad 
feeder steer over 800 pound* 39-41, com¬ 
mon end medium over 600 pound* 32-39 
Good feeder heifer* over 700 pounds 35- 
38.50. 600-700 pounds 35-37.80, 500-600 
pounds 36-40.75, common and medium 
over 500 pounds 29-35. Feeder cows 21-32. 
Good stock steers calves 500-600 pounds 
40-46 75, common and medium under 600 
pound* 34-40. Common and medium stock 
heifer calves under 500 pounds 39-34 50 


At Montreal 

U S dollar 1.1080 -1 5 

Pound sterling 2.0155 -7 50 

At New York 

Canadian dollar 0 9025 +4 25 

Pound sterling 1.8190 +1 5 

U.S. FUNDS 

Purchase price of U.S. funds in Victoria 
area 1 0995 with 1 1025 tor travellers' che¬ 
ques and 1.0895 for coins, according to the 
Royal Bank. Selling rales 11180 for cash 
and I 1150 tor-cheques. 

Nominal selling price of other monies in 
Canadian funds: Australia dollar 1.2570; 
Austria schilling 0700, Bahamas dollar 
1 MOO. Barpados Eastern Caribbean dol¬ 
lar 5570; Belgium convertible franc 
03170; Bermuda dollar 1.1100; Brazil 
cruzeiro .0779; Bulgaria lev 1.1935; Chine 
renminbi .4720; Colombia peso .0306, 
Czechoslovakia crown .1995; Denmark 
krone .1015; France franc .2300; Germany 
mark .5000; Greece drachma .03110; Hong 
Kong dollar .2395; Hungary forint .0551; 
indie rupee .1320; Italy lira .001212; 
Jamaica dollar .9070; Japan yen 004635; 
Mexico Peso .0505; Netherlands guilder 
.4620; New Zeeland dollar 11100; Norway 
krone .2050; Poland zloty .0571; Portugal 
escudo .0293; Romania leu .2311; South 
Africa rand 1 2792; Spain peseta .01335, 
Sweden krone .2320; Switzerland franc 
■5095; U.S.S.R. ruble 1.4626; Venezuela 
bolivar fret 2599. 


High Law Clasa 

Silvar, New York (per oz.) 

Oee 4 75.30 4.70.00 4 74.50 

Jan 4 77.10 4,73 50 4.77 80 

Mar 4 84 60 4 80 00 4 84 00 

Copper New York (per 100 lbs.) 

Dec 55.60 55 30 55.50 

Jan. 56 00 55.90 56 00 

Mar 57.10 55.90 5e.00 

Mar 57.10 56 80 57 00 

Lumber cnicago (per 1,000 bf.) 

Jan 201.60 196.50 200.60 

Mat 205.30 ’ 198.80 204 30 

Mav 205.30 196 60 205 10 

Porkbetlies. Chicago (per 100 lbs.) 


Feb. 

Mar 


Jan. 

Apr. 

July 


Gold 


LONDON (AP> — Friday's closing gold 
prices in U S. dollar* an ounce London - 
158 25. Peris - 159 06, Frankfurt - 
158.61. Zurich — 158.125, Hong Kong - 
155 S3 


51.55 50 60 5075 

51.05 5015 50.25 

51.35 50.25 5030 

inipeg. (per oz.) 

160.50 159 00 160.50 

163.70 162.10 163.70 

166 70 165 60 166 90 

. Chicago (per 1,000 sq. ft.) 

Jen 209 90 205.50 209 80 

*ar. 212 00 209 00 212 00 

May 213.40 209.20 212.10 

Silver 

Closing basic price of 1.00(H>unce cer¬ 
tificates in the Vlotorla area, according to 
the Scotlebank. $4 73 U.S. bid per troy 
ounce and 4.76 asked Previous day >472 
and >4.74. 

Dividends 

Neva Scefla Savings and Loans Ce„ 75 
cents payable Jan. 1). record Dec 12. «d 
Dec 8 

Price Co. Ltd., 10 cents payable Feb l, 
record Jan. 3; xd Oec 30. 


AGP Group 

A mer Grwtti 4.97 
Cdn Gs Egy 18 It 
Cdn Sec Gth 5.31 
Cdn Trusteed 4.72 
Corp Invest 5.59 
Corp tnv Stfc 5.39 
Gwfh Equity 7 48 
Japan 10.33 

nMoney Mkt 10.00 
Special 4.14 

All Canadian Gr 
Compound 6.14 
Dividend 6 40 
Norton Egy 3 86 
Revenu Gth 4.05 
Venture 4 74 
4000 3 94 

Bolton Tremblay 
nEquity 5 38 
ny Income 11.05 
nlnternatnl 7.07 
Calvin Bullock Gr 
Acrofund 1.36 
ClF 4.21 

Cambridge Gr 
Inti Energy 270 
Inti Growth 4 57 
tnrl income 3.53 
Nat Res Gth 4.02 
Univest 5.11 
Growth 6.53 
Ciag Inv Grp 
nyCo-opera 9 54 
nyLdmk GF 10 06 
Eaton Group 
Commwth 16.65 
Growth 
Income 
internatnl 
Leverage 
Venture 
Vikina 
Guardian Group 
Enterprise 88 
GIS Comp 1076 
GlS Income 3.11 
vGrwfh Fnd 10.19 
North Amer 4.07 
Mutual Acu 5 69 
Mutual Inc 4.57 
•Sec Income 9.50 
World Equity 6.31 
investors Group 
yGrowth 9.94 
ylnternatnl 6.27 
yJapan 
yMorfgage 
yMufual 
yRetiremnt 
yProvidt Mu 6.47 
yProvidt Stk 4.94 
Planned Invest Gr 
Canada Cum 6.44 
yPId Resourc 4 88 
yTaurus 6 58 
Prat at Revenu Gr 
American 9.97 
Canadien 609 
Fonds H 5.04 
Retraite 6.61 
Prudential Gr 
Growth 5.54 

1 ncome 5.40 
Savings Invest Gr 
American 9 97 
Canadian 6.09 
H Fund 5.04 
Retiremnt 6.61 
Scetiafund Gr 
Scotpafund .16 

Scotlafd Mtg I QS 
United Bend Shr 
yRoyFund 5 87* 
yRoyFnd Inc 5-22 
United Group 
yAccumuta 3.71 
yAccumul R 4.10 
y American 1.64 
yCont Mortg 5.20 
y Horizon 2.54 


y Security 4 81 
y Venture 2 85 
yVenture Ret 4.17 

Universal Gr 
Save Equity 9.09 
Save Income S.31 


964 

9.29 

0.11 


4 40 
0.14 

5 39 
3 55 
; 00 

S 56 
6.34 


11.34 

5.00 

5.03 

5.36 


Assoc Inv 5.69 

yBeaubran 3.96 

CSA Mgmf Gr 
Goldfund 4.10 

Gotdtrust 3.22 

Canagex C 
yBond 
vund 
Internatnl 
yMorfgage 1039 
Capital Grth 10 50 
xChase 6.12 

ynComCp Mg 10.13 
Desiardint Gr 
yCanadian 7 19 

yHypotheg 
ylnternatnl 
yObligatns 
Quebec 
PEP 
nySpec 
Dixon. Krog 
Dreyfus Group 
ylnc 11.35 

ylnternatnl 13 24 
yDomin Comp 6.99 
nExecutv Can 6.43 
nExecutv Inti 163 
xFid Trtnd 21.76 

nFst Cn Mtg 10.46 
Fiscon Fund 5.55- 
nHarvard 675 
Heritage 1.93 
Industrial Or 
Indust Amer 2.9S 
Indust Div 6.99 
Indult Eq 675 
Indust Gth 5.19 
indust incm 10.94 
Indust Pens 2573 
ITCO 5.27 

Keystone Gr 
Cus K-2 5.10 

Cus S-l 17.33 

Cus S-4 4.02 

Polaris 3.21 

xLex Rsrch 14.67 
xManhatn 2.49 
yMaritime Eq 249 
Marlborough 6.19 
yNatrusco 
NW Group 
yCanadien a a 
y Equity 7 14 

xOne Wm St 14 20 
xOppenhmr 5.79 
Pemberton Gr 
nPacific Div 529 
nPacific Inc 2.79 
nPaciflc Res 3.14 
nPacific Ret 5 10 
nPacific US 4 84 
PHN Group 
yBond 
yCanadien 
Fund 
y Pooled 
nyRRSP 
PMF Manegmnt 
nPension Mut 6.86 
nXanadu Fd 3.97 
Principal Gr 
collective 6.43 

Growth 4.64 

Venture 3.92 

nPutnam 10.67 

Sterling Group 
Equity 5.19 

y Mortgage 5.17 

xTech 7.20 

Temple Gth 14.40 

Trans Canada Gr 
A -5.14 

C 10.59 

Special 4.09 

Vanguard 6.97 

Western Grth 5.00 


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Barrister & Solicitor 

Are Pleased to Announce The formation 
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effective November 1, 1977 
Under the Firm Name of 

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International Securities 
Ltd.and four speculative 
stocks in which it made a 
market were suspended after 
raids Thursday on the com¬ 
pany's local and Alberta of¬ 
fices. 

Scott said a five-day sus¬ 
pension was originally or¬ 
dered because there was 
doubt as to what documents 
had been seized. The suspen¬ 
sion was dropped when it was 
learned that the seized ma¬ 
terial had been photocopied, 
he said. 

Scott also said there is no 
danger to the public as the 
firm is financially stable. 

Sgt. Rupert Bulloch, head 
of the RCMP's market ma¬ 
nipulation section, said the 
investigation was initiated in 
Calgary, where RCMP were 
concerned with the method in 
which Thor Explorations Ltd. 
stock was being traded. 

Ann Vlark, chairman of the 
brokerage house, denied that 
her firm arbitrarily set the 
price of Thor stock. 

"1 think it's quite crazy be¬ 
cause a market maker does 
make a market in a stock, but 
the price isn't set by us,” she 
said. 

The three other stocks in¬ 
volved are Anglo-Bomarc 
Mines, Mark V Petroleums 
and Mundee Mines. 

The RCMP raids were 
made after the closing of the 
stock exchange Thursday to 
prevent any panic selling, 
said Scott. 

Anglo-Bomarc closed un¬ 
changed at 12.30 on the day. 
Thor was unchanged at $2.25, 
Mark V was down one cent to 
$1.74. and Mundee was up one 
cent to $1.21. 

Bond Street is an active 
market maker In the four 
companies because, as a for¬ 
mer broker dealer, it Is au¬ 
thorized to act as a principal 
as well as an agent in the 
trading of speculative mining 
stocks. 

The house gained member¬ 
ship as a full broker on the 


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Vancouver Stock Exchange 
several years ago, but Mrs 
Mark didn't announce until 
this week that she had re 
signed as president and 
director of the three com¬ 
panies and as a director of 
the fourth. 

Four months ago Bond 
Street took over ihe Alberta 
offices of the suspended Van¬ 
couver-based brokerage firm 
of Donaldson Securities Ltd. 
and at that time decided to 
Introduce to its Alberta cli¬ 
ents two of Us stocks, said 
Mrs. Mark. 

The selected stocks were 
Anglo-Bomarc. which has a 
large silver property in Idaho 
under development by Cana¬ 
dian Superior, and Thor Ex¬ 
plorations. 

Bond Street has twice been 
rejected for membership on 
the Alberta Stock Exchange. 


Bonanza 

halted 


TORONTO (CP) - The To¬ 
ronto Stock Exchange hailed 
trading about 3 p.m. Friday 
in shares of Amalgamated 
Bonanza Petroleum Ltd. 
after the stock shot up 5 Vi to 
$45 a share on the sale of 
86.495 shares. 

The exchange said it was 
unable lo reach the company- 
prior to Ihe halt for an expla¬ 
nation of the activity. 


Options 

Dtitrlbutod by CP 

Closing prlcos of all traOod Mtlons. 
Sales unit is 100 sharas. (Trans-Canada 
options com Dine Mon free I and Toronto 
axctienga option trading): 

Friday, Nav. 25. 


U.K. rate 
raised 
sharply 

LONDON (Reuter) — After a year of steadily 
falling interest rates in Britain, the Bank of England 
Friday raised Its minimum lending rate sharply by 
two per cent to seven per cent -with effect from 
Monday. 

Last fall the rate had stood at an unprecedented 
high level of 15 per cent, reflecting Britain’s serious 
financial troubles at that time. Since then, it has been 
chopped away in a series of reductions to the 
five per cent level, as Britain recovered from its crisis 
of a year ago. 

Friday’s move puts a modest brake on the flow of 
credit afid will tighten up the money supply which hay 
been increasing recently, causing fears of renewed 
inflation. 

Latest figures have shown that monetary growth so 
far this financial year is running at an annual rate of 
14.25 per cent—outside the government's target range 
of nine to 13 per cent. 


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Fab $25 
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May $25 
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May $27 j 
Jul $10 
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Brscn A Feb $15 
Brscn A Feb $12 a 
Brscn A May $15 
Brscn A May $12 2 
Brscn A Aug $15 
Brscn A Ajg $12 ; 
Bk Mtl Fab *14% 
Bk Mfi Feb $17 % 
Bk Mtl May 1%-« 
Bk Mtl May $17 4 
CP Ltd Feb $20 
CP LfD May $20 
CP Ltd May $17 a 
D Pete Jan $40 
D Peti Jan $45 

B P«te Apr $40 
Pete Apr $45 
D Pe*e Apr $50 
D Pet* Jul $40 
D Pete Jul $45 
D Pet* Jul $50 
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Husky Jan $22 i 
Husky Jan $27 j 
Husky Apr $25 • 
Husky Apr $22* 
Husky Jul $25 

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Mas F May $15 

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Roy Bk Apr *25 
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MOSCOW (Reuter) — So¬ 
viet engineers are designing 
a hatchback economy car to 
compete with popular West¬ 
ern models, it was learned 
Friday. 

A group of visiting motor¬ 
ing journalists said officials 
of the Soviet car export orga¬ 
nization told them about the 
“Project Four” car which 
may go into production in the 
1980s. 

The car will have* front- 
wheel drive, a one-litre en¬ 
gine and three doors. 

The officials said they hope 
the car, being designed at the 
giant Togliatti works east of 
Moscow on the River Volga, 
will be exported to Western 
Europe. 


Advisers 

given 

warning 


TORONTO (CP) — Reve¬ 
nue Canada is cracking dnwn 
un tax advisers whu cuunsel 
clients un schemes tn evade 
taxes, a federal gevemment 
tax official said Wednesday. 

Eugene Kucher (uld a Ca¬ 
nadian Tax Foundation cun- 
ference that if evidence 
shews an adviser is an ac- 
cnmplice in a tax deceptien, 
“then we will certainly rec- 
ummend tu the department ef 
justice that he er she be con- 
sidered a cunspiratur tn the 
evasien.” 

Kucher, directer ef the ju¬ 
dicial processes division nf 
Revenue Canada, said his de¬ 
partment is uncuvering 
newer and mure sophistical- 
ed methuds uf tax evasien. 


The current Soviet mudel 
being successfully expurted 
tu the West—the Lada—is 
based un the Italian-designed 
Flat 124 which first appeared 
in the early 1960s. 


Announcement 



Th« board of directors of B.C. 
Central Credit Union is pleased to 
announce the appointment of Peter 
Podovmikotf as chief executive of¬ 
ficer. effective January 1 Mr 
Podovmikotf will succeed George 
May who is leaving to become chief 
executive otticer Canadian Co¬ 
operative Credit Society the 
national organization for Credit un¬ 
ions 

Mr. Podovimkoff will be assuming 
the leadership of a growing credit 
union movement in British Colum¬ 
bia B.C. Central Credit Union is the 
organizing body for the province s 
more than 170 credit unions, with 
their combined total of over 700 - 
000. members Assets reached the 
$2 billion mark for the first time in 
1977. 

Mr Podovimkoff has spent 20 years 
in the co-operative and credit union 
field, and <s currently general 
manager of Delta Credit Union He 
is also president of the Canadian 
Co-operative Credit Society, 
member of the Credit Union 
Reserve Board, and director of the 
World Council of Credit Unions. 


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388-3494 (24 Hrs) 



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Dalai Lama plans to return and rule 


By SHARON ROSEHAUSE 

Colon),I Anwl«» Tlmo, 

DHARMSALA, India — 


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MOVING IN DEC./MUST SELL 



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OFFERS ON $73.500—PHONE 595-1871 



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—3 bedrooms 
—3 bathrooms 
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Owner has been transfer¬ 
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Owners request offers to 

$114,900 

Ownan' Agent: 

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658-8402 


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i Properties Ltd. 

WS40 Oek Bay Av« 595 7413. 




After almost 19 years of exile 
from Chinese-occupied Tibet, 
the Dalai )4tma says he is 
•'determined" to return and 
rule again as the remote 
land's god-king. 

"It's a fight for right, a 
fight for justice,” the Dalai 
Lama said emphatically in 
an Interview at his govem- 


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ment-in-exile headquarters 
here. "It’s the principle of 

life." 

A smiling, good-natured 
man. his followers — includ¬ 
ing about 100,000 Tibetans in 
India and neighboring coun¬ 
tries — regard him as the 
14th reincarnation of the first 
Buddhist about to exercise 
spiritual and temporal con¬ 
trol over Tibet in the 14th 
century, and refer to him as 
His Holiness. But he also con¬ 
cerns himself with worldly 
matters. For instance: 

• Young Tibetan exiles are 
“quite radical” and have 
proposed terroist activity, he 


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said, and he thus far has con- 
vinced them it Is “impracti¬ 
cal.” 

• He abhors Chinese 
“domination" of Tibet’s 6 
million citizens, who “have a 
right to retain our rights." 
But he says nothing critical 
about communism, explain¬ 
ing: "The problem is not ide¬ 
ology.” 

• Although the Dalai 
I.ama contends that 8 years 
of Chinese “occupation" has 
been of “very questionable" 
benefit to the people, he cred¬ 
its the Chinese with raising 
political consciousness in 
Tibet, an isolated, mountain¬ 
ous region at an average alti¬ 
tude of 14.000 feet. 

• The Chinese have “des¬ 
troyed out Tibetan way of life 
and thinking,” he says. He 


refuses to say whether that is 
good or bail but concedes: 
"In the future when we build 
a modern nation, it will be 
more easier to develop.” 

• Based on reports from 
the 20 to 30 refugees who es¬ 
cape from Tibet annually — 
as well as ’’confidential 
sources" — violent resis¬ 
tance to Chinese rule contin¬ 
ues sporadically. 

The Dalai Lama was born 
Tenzin Gyatso to a peasant 
family 42 years ago. At iVi 
years of age he was 
enthroned after being select¬ 
ed by the state oracle as the 
reincarnation of the 13th 
abbot. He assumed power as 
Tibet's spiritual and tem¬ 
poral xuler in 1950, a year 
after the Chinese invaded. 

Today, he heads a govern- 


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menl in exile which Had no 
political or legal recognition 
from India, most country 
since the god-king fled Lhasa. 
Tibet's capital, in March, 
1959. 

Our status is very peculiar, 
ambiguous,” explains Tenzin 
Ceyche, a monk who is the 
Dalai Lama's private secre¬ 
tary. 

The Dalai Lama's office, 
residence and security arc 
provided by the Indian gov¬ 
ernment in this remote town 
about 6.000 feet up in the Hi¬ 
malayas. in Himachal Pra¬ 
desh state. 

The Indians recognize the 
Dalai Lama as a religious 
leader but he Is not supposed 
to engage in political activity 

— although he does. “They 
don't openly encourage us.” 
Geyche said. 

"I regard my conversa ! 
tions and talks... not merely 
politics but humanitarian 
ism,” he said. 

The conversation — the - 
Dalai Lama speaks in Tibe¬ 
tan and English, sometimes 
alternating in mid-sentence 

— is animated with hand ges¬ 
tures and hearty laughter. 

The majority of Tibetan 
people have not accepted, are 
not happy with the Chinese 
domination.” he said. There 
Is “no question." he claimed, 
about his return some day to 
Lhasa. I 


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388-6691 


OPEN SATURDAY 

1:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m. 


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721-3047 

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598-3321 598-8738 

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477-1994 11-25 656-5267 


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636 CORNWALL 

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595-5131 592-6257 

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DAILY COLONIST, Victoria, B.C., Sat., Nov. 26, 1977 15 


Picasso and Pirate of Mediterranean join forces 


WILLIAM CEMLYN-JONES 


MADRID — There U ■ long 
queue outside the residence 
of the Irish embassador in 
Madrid's Castello Street 
every evening. But the 
crowd, in fact is patiently 
waiting to enter the modem 
building cross the road, the 
headquarters of the Funda 
don March, to see the first 
exhibition of the works of 
Pablo Picasso ever shown in 
Spain. * 

There are only 31) oils and 
one gouache on show, but 
within this relatively small 
compass It Is possible to view 
every development In the as¬ 
tonishing career of the 20th 
century's outstanding paint¬ 
er. Starting with a lovely im¬ 
pressionist portrait of 1901. 
there are examples of the 
blue and rose periods, cu¬ 
bism, the harlequin themes, 
right up to a final sombre 
abstract of 1860. 

But the rather odd facet of 
this superb tribute to Picasso 
is the fact that it should be 
hold at the March Founda¬ 
tion. For the cultural founda¬ 
tion was created by a very 
remarkable, ruthless genius, 
more devoted to cash than 
culture. 

Picasso and March had a 
lot in common. They were 
bom the same year by the 


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3301 BROWNING ST. 

*38,900 

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kitchen adjoining cosy 
livingfoom. Nice level lot 55k 111. 
Separate gaiage — laundry 
room. Very desirable area. Sea 
you this Saturday. 

AUDREY CR0THER8 

388-4455 385-4645 


Mediterranean under humble 
circumstances and both died, 
many years later, multimil¬ 
lionaires. They both spoke 
the same — Catlan — lan¬ 
guage. 

There is no mystery about 
Pablo Picasso's life. He was 
bom in the Plaza de Merced, 
number 36, in Malaga on Oc¬ 
tober 25, 1881. He spent his 
adolescent formative years 
in Barcelona, later studying 
in Madrid's Prado Museum, 
where he nearly died of cold, 
before going to Paris, first in 
1901, before taking up perma¬ 
nent residence there from 
1904. He died in his grand 
mansion near Cannes on 
April 8, 1973. 

Picasso associated himself 
with the Communist Party, 
painted his best known work 
Guernica as a tribute to the 
Spanish people in their fight 
against fascist aggression. 
He refused to return to Spain 
during Franco’s dictatorship. 

Juan March Servers was a 
more sinister but no less 
fascinating character. He 
was bom in the village of 
Santa Margarita in Majorca. 


Subsequently the March fam¬ 
ily and their many lawyers 
and advisers have endea¬ 
vored to cover up the early 
history of the Last Pirate of 
the Mediterranean as he was 
deseribed in his banned biog¬ 
raphy published in South 
America. 

Almost certainly he was il¬ 
literate, but with a great head 
for figures. He probably 
made his first big money out 
of smuggling, a popular local 
trade in those days. He in¬ 
vested his cash in property 
deals which prospered enor¬ 
mously. On the principel of 
giving the poacher the game¬ 
keeper’s job, he was appoint¬ 
ed head of Spain's tobac-. 
co monopoly. 

Rut in 1932. during the first 
year of the Second Republic, 
the government investigated 
March's gross mishandling of 
the tobacco monopoly. Fol¬ 
lowing a debate in the Cortes 
(Parliament), his resigna¬ 
tion. plus an indemnity of two 
million pesetas was demand¬ 
ed. 

March refused and was im¬ 
prisoned. But the old pirate 


"escaped" a few months 
later, together with the gov¬ 
ernor of the prison in Alcala 
dc Henarcs. the old universi¬ 
ty town near Madrid where 
Cervantes studied, with two 
warders carrying Ills luggage 
to his chartered plane. March 
and his party flew to Switzer¬ 
land. 

Juan March later placed 
himself and his 30.000 million 
pesetas fortune at the service 
of the Nationalists on the out¬ 
break of the Civil War. He 
actually paid for the British 
chartered aircraft which flew 
Franco from the Canary Is¬ 
lands to Morocco to launch 
the war. 

After Franco’s victory 
Juan March came home to 
cash in. He was said to be one 
of the richest men in the 
world. He was involved in 


many ambitious and contro- 
versal deals in the 1940s add 
1950s, bul while Franco re¬ 
mained in power, March was 
untouchable. 

Like some of America's 
“robber barons" of the 19th 
century, he set up his own 
face-saving cultural founda¬ 
tion in November 1955, ini¬ 
tially with a modest $1.25 
million. This sum was subse¬ 
quently vastly Increased. 

On a rainy Sunday night, 
February 25, 1962, the old 
pirate's chauffeur-driven Ca¬ 
dillac crashed a few miles 
from Madrid. The old man 
was severely injured, and 
many a younger man would 
have died within hours as a 
result. But Juan March de¬ 
cided to survive until he had 
put his complex affairs in 
order. 


He made detailed provi¬ 
sions for his family, his alleg¬ 
edly illegitimate son, and his 
mysterious Swiss mistress Le 
Enfermera (the nurse), and 
for his last hobby, the cultur¬ 
al foundation. He died on 
March 16,1962. 

No one really knows how 
much Juan March was worth 
at his death. No one can as¬ 


sess the value of the works of 
Pablo Picasso when he died 
11 years later. 

The two men, one a genius, 
universally respected, and 
the other a ruthless financial 
gangster, never met during 


their lives. Now both are ar 
tistlcally united in death. Al¬ 
though the Priate was never 
known to have a sense of 
humour. Picasso must surely 
be having a hearty belly 
laugh In the Elysian fields. 



OPEN SAT. 1-4 
558 PHELPS AVE. 






Move in before Christmas as this home is vacant now. 
3 bedrooms plus one extra down “L shaped dining 
room. Living room has fireplace. Extra 3-piece bath 
and partially finished rec room In full, high basement. 
Fridge, stove and all drapes included. Try an offer in 
low 50 s. MLS. 28202. 

477-7545 KEITH KAYE 477-1841 
BLOCK BROS. REALTY LTD. 


FOR SALE BY OWNER 

2700 Dorset Road 



ENTERTAINMENT-sIze living and dining room, 4 
bedrooms plus den on 2400-sq.-tt. main tloor. 2'/X 
bathrooms, large kitchen with dishwasher and wall oven, 
all fully modernized. Full basement with extra bedroom, 
rec room, hobby room and lots of space for pool table, etc. 
Secluded back garden near Uplands Park. Vendor 
prepared to consider 2nd mortgage. Priced below ap¬ 
praised value at $164,000. View by appointment only. 

PHONE OWNER, 477-8158 


Kiss your 

landlord 

goodbye! 

and^l 
move Into 
your new 
apartment 
home at 

1366 

HILLSIDE 


Jl-4 


We Welcome 
Children 

Featuring: 

• Roof patios - with great views 

• Games room 

• Underground parking 

• Workshop 

• W/W carpets in all suites 

• Decorator colour appliances 

• Pressurized halls 

• Thermopane windows 

• Penthouse suites with washer/dryer, 
dishwasher, garburator, self-cleaning 
range, frost free fridge. 

Payments as low as $250/month 
8% mortgage if you qualify 

You owe it to yourself to visiL 
Viewing from noon to 9 pm daily 
For further information 388-6234 

Another prestige Amblewood 
development 


JUDGE FOR YOURSELF 

After you have seen all 
the others visit 

1019 McCLURE 


OPEN TUES.-SAT. 
2:00 to 4:00 



Not just an ordinary condominium but a small select 
building ot only 4 suites per door. Each individually 
styled with its own decor. Private laundries. Controlled 
entrance. Wood-burning ([replaces. 2 bedrooms. 
Master en suite. $43,700 to $48,600 (subiect to in¬ 
crease Jan. 78). 5 only remaining. Walking distance to 
all downtown. 

H. BLAKE —598-3321 


JACK MEARS 
OAK BAY REALTY LTD 



1339 FINLAYSON 
at Cook 

Reduced to $40,900 — 
$1,900 down, 5 room 
bungalow First time on the 
market. Cosy living room with 
brick fireplace. 50x120 lot. 
extras include, fridge, stove. 
T.V. and all furniture now on 
the property. Taxes only 
$85.00 net 

Brian Ford 

366-3231 365-6916 

BLOCK BROS. 
REALTY LTD.- 


TEN MILE POINT 

PRIVACY 


OPEN HOUSE 


SATURDAY 1:30-4:00 


3964 TUDOR ROAD 

.77 acre privacy backing onto park. Fabulous family home. 4 
bedrooms. 4 baths, den. family room adjoining large kitchen 
with dishwasher and breakfast area, 2 fireplaces, appealing 
decor thru-out. double garage, etc. Reduced $9600 lor quick 
sale. Terrific value offered at $129,900. (ML 29211) 


382-9191 


HERB McDANNOLD 


384-8788 


l> the Permanent 


PARK PLACE 

2605 WINDSOR ROAD 

at Windsor Park and Newport in Oak Bay 



THIS IS VICTORIA’S MOST PRESTIGIOUS 
CONDOMINIUM WITH SEA AND PARK V1EWS| 

Reinforced concrete construction 
complete with underground parking. 
Indoor pool, hydro swirl pool, steam room 
saunas, exercise and party room. 

You share these fantastic facilities with only 17 suites. 

ALL SUITES HAVE THE FINEST APPLIANCES: 

Dishwasher, Washer and Dryer. Garburators. Fridge Freezer. 

Self-f leaning Ovens. 

CULTURED MARBLE VANITIES. PLEASANT PATIOS. 


PRICES RANGE from $80,000 to 8140,000 


OPEN TO VIEW DAILY FROM 2 to 5 P.M. 

Purchase Direct from Owners — Financing Available 
1-25 CREENBANk DESIGNS LTD. 


OPEN HOUSES — VIEW LOTS 

$89,500 $99,500 


THE AFFORDABLE HOME 

V ‘ ’ . ; -i* 

Open Saturday & Sunday 12 noon-5 p.m. 




■JL-* 


8890 HARO PARK 1769 FOREST PARK 

Phone 366-6275, pager 2883 — GEORGE BLACK 

Vs Acre Lots, From *28,500 

OPEN DAILY 10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. 

OPEN FOR VIEWING ALL DAY SAT. and SUN. 


TATES 

In adass by itself 

A beautiful view to the future 

Another quality development from the people at Park Pacific 
Sales Office 656-7041 


PARK 


PACIFIC 



FOR SALE: 26 strata-duplex homes in this unique development 


8% AHOP financing 
available 

$ 1,250 down with s 1,000 
B.C. Government Grant 


Plus 4 

• Over 1,170 square feet on one floor 

• Three bedrooms 

• Dining room plus kitchen with eating area 

• Full baiemtnt with room for • second bath, 
addltionel bedroom end rec. room 

• Close to schools and all amenities 

• Children's playground within subdivision 

Viaw by appointment anytime. 

Call John Cockrlll at 385-4230 or 842-3721 
Courtesy to realtors. 



Frances Gartfeiys Subdivision 
‘ 45,000 Low Down Payment — Low Monthly Payments 


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16 DAILY COLONIST, Victoria, B C., Sat,, Nov 2B. 1977 








Yugoslavia grants amnesty to 723 rebels 


BELGRADE (AP) - Yu¬ 
goslavia's Communist gov¬ 
ernment has granted am¬ 
nesty to 723 persons. Includ¬ 
ing some political prisoners. 

An announcement this 
week said criminal proceed¬ 
ings against 358 persons 
under investigation for al¬ 
leged political offences would 
be dropped. 170 persons who 
were currently in prison , 
would be released and 195 
others would be given re¬ 
duced prison terms. 

Among those included in 
the amnesty is dissident Mi- 
hajlo MihajloV, currently, 
serving a seven-year prison 
sentence for allegedly writ¬ 
ing hostile propaganda In for¬ 
eign publications about the 
Yugoslav government. 

It is not known whether he 
will be among those released 
or whether his prison sen¬ 
tence will be reduced. 

The amnesty was an¬ 
nounced as part of Yugola- 
via’s celebration of its na¬ 
tional holiday Nov. 29. 

Earlier this year a top 
Communist leader said there 
were 502 political prisoners in 
Yugoslavia. 

Branko Mikullc, chief of 
the Communist party of the 

Fate in dark 
for The Rock 

STRASBOURG, France 
(Reuter) — Britain and Spain 
have ended talks on the fu¬ 
ture of the British colony of 
Gibraltar with expressions of 
goodwill but no visible re¬ 
sults. 


Bosna-Hercegovina state, 
predicted the amnesty in Oc¬ 
tober. 

"We will release most of 
the big mouths, because we- 


do not care about them," he 
said. 

However, he said that the 
amnesty would include only 
persons convicted of minor 


political crimes, such as 
(Spreading hostile propagan¬ 
da. He said persons convicted 


of major political crimes like 
terrorism and sabotage 
would not be included. 


1 YR. TO MAKE UP YOUR MIND 
PURCHASE ONE OF THESE LUXURY SUITES | 

*/iXLaqe OaJg 

■no if you r# not completely the vendor win buy It 
(Nick at in# same pr>c« you pa>0 tor it in one year a time. 

OPEN HOUSE TODAY 1:30-4:30 
2125 Oak Bay Avanua 


ART BEDFORD 


\e t Gower 


OAK BAY PROPERTIES LTD. 502-2407 H2 , 


SOUTH OAK BAY 

1456 ST. PATRICK 
SPACIOUS IN-LAW SUITE 

OPEN HOUSE SAT. 2-4 

Situated on a beautifully treed garden close to Oak 
Bay Village, a contemporary, versatile home. 3 
bedrooms with a 4th on the ground floor. Living 
room, dining room, family room and a custom- 
designed kitchen with adjoining breakfast room 3 
bathrooms. 2 fireplaces. Spacious suite. Large 
private sundeck. 3-car carport. An exceptionally 
well-built residence in a prime location. $89,000. 


TED WALFORD 

Residence Offica 

598-1420 477-1841 

BLOCK BROS. REALTY LTD. 


487Z TOWNSEND DRIVE 

1.4 ACRES REDUCED 


Secluded small acreage on quiet 
street close to town Large family 
home with 4 bedrooms. 2 baths, fami¬ 
ly room, rec. room, heated pool, 
room for animals, greenhouse, patio 
and mote MLS 28305. Now $97,900. 
TERRY SMOLLETT will be there 2 - 
4 30 SAT. or call 386-3494 (24 hrs). 


FOR SALE OR 

TRADE YOUR TOWNHOUSE 


for this well-built modern family home. Close to shops and bus. 3 
bedrooms on main floor, plus 2 extra rooms down Nicely land¬ 
scaped and fenced. Opportunity here at the realistic price of 
$58,900. 

385-7721 OLIVE WEBBER 479-9661 

(on pager) (on pager) 


GARDNER REALTY LTD. 


SEAVIEWS UNLIMITED 


3290 MAPLEWOOD ROAD 


OPEN HOUSE 

Near University 
SAT. and SUN., 2-4 P.M. 


1557 Arrow Rd. (off Cedar Hill) 

3 floors of modern living in neighbourhood of beautiful 
homes. Large living room with fireplace, built-in 
bookcase. 3 bathrooms. 4 bedrooms, and den. In-law 
suite, 10 years old. iho 

$78,900 .Call 477-6710 or 477-1985 


— 4-year-young unique custom-built home. 

— Sunken L R. with ceiling-high F.P and music centre. 

— Sea Views 

— Separate D.R 

— Sea Views 

— Master B.R., vaulted ceilings and Fireplace 

— Sea Views 

— Two lull bathrooms 

— Sea Views 

— 2nd bedroom beamed vaulted ceilings 

— Mountain Views 

— Breakfast Room or Den. 

— Sea and Mountain Views 

— 3rd bedroom or Family Room. 

— Location! Triangle Mountain. 

— Accurately Priced at $89,900. 


Presented 
YVff/i Pride 


LEE WROBEL 


388-6275 

Pager 654 


BRITISH AMERICAN 
REALTY LTD. 


Newish quality spacious home only $63,000 House is 
designed so you gel sweeping views from all windows — 
you can even see Oak Bay Waters on a clear day. Super 
kitchen — deluxe appliances. Daylight basement with 2 
entrances, ideal tor suite. 

Kathy Blades — 388-4152 
Cedric Steele Realty — 388-8258 






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OPEN HOUSE 


Sat.. Nov. 26th and Sun.. Nov. 27th -1:30-4:30 


7646 — 7650 Sigmar Place 

(off Wallace Dr. at Proasor Rd.) 


Central Saanich — two new patio homes — living rooms front 
the privacy of the forested Agricultural Land Reserve Each 
home with living room with heatilaior fireplace natural cedar 
panelled feature wall. Dining room, two large bedrooms, 
private patios. Kitchen, sparkling mirrored vanilty oathrooms. 
plus large utility room One home with excellent potential lor 
upper floor finish (bedrooms, family room, bathroom, etc > 
There homes are of exceptional quality featuring wood ex¬ 
teriors and cedar shake roofs. Ideal starter or retirement 
homes — priced tor good value starting at $58,300 00. 

S. Fioritti Construction Ltd. 658-5356 „ 




'1.000 BONUS BEFORE CHRISTMAS 

Good Selection Lett! e< 

RENTS INCREASING OR YOUR HOUSE AND SAHOEN TOO MUCH? 

Come and see what we have to otter at ® * 

JOFFRE MANOR- 

1121 Esquimau Rd. _ 

20 CONDOMINIUM SUITES # 4 

1 Bedroom Irom S31.200 2 Bedroom from 136.900 

3 Bedroom it $45,900 •< 

i Next door to Municipal facilities and shopping) 9 4 

Featuring: inspiring rec room and lounge, bright q 4 
workshop and eeperate exerciee room ^ 

SECURITY WITH MOOEST OUTLAY 

VIEW WITH CLARE BROCK Phone 388-9662 or 598-3321 
1:30-5:30 DAILY Sunday by Appointment £4 

JACK MEARS OAK BAY REALTY LTD. ll-io + 4 

























































Statue of goddess unearthed 


ROME (Reuter) — A life-size terra¬ 
cotta statue of Minerva, the Roman 
goddess of wisdom, has been unearthed 
in one of the most important archeologi¬ 
cal finds in recent years, Italian archeo¬ 
logists announced this week. 

The goddess was dug out along with 50 
broken statues from a cave in an area 
known as the Sacred City of Lavin- 
ium, about 30 kilometres south of Rome. 

The site is only a few hundred metres 
from the tomb of Aeneas, who fled from 

Trial date Dec. 15 
on fishermen issue 


VANCOUVER (CP) — A 
trial date of Dec. 15 has been 
set for seven members of the 


House fires 
claim two 

VANCOUVER (CP) - Two 
house fires in the city left a 
baby girl and a mandead and 
a small boy in serious condi¬ 
tion In hospital. 


United Fishermen and Allied 
Workers' Union charged with 
obstructing an Investigation 
by the combines branch of 
the federal corporate and 
consumer affairs depart¬ 
ment. 

The charges were laid after 

f irotests staged by fishermen 
ast Dec. 4 and 7 when the 
combines branch attempted 
to hold secret hearings into 
the production and sale of 
fish In British Columbia. 


OPEN HOUSE 

8 AT. 1:30-4:00 
4343 CEDAR HILL RD. 


Troy to Carthage and then Italy and 
whose ancestors, legend has.lt, founded 
Rome. 

The statues are of an exceptional 
quality and are unusually refined In 
their artistic details. 

“Either the statues were sheltered 
there In times of war or they were 
simply stored there when the I-atins 
ceased to worship the Minerva cult at 
about 100 before Christ," a spokesman 
said. 


OPEN HOUSES 

7912 PATERSON (Control Saanich) 

8AT. and SUN., 12-2 p.m. 

Brand new home over 1,200 sq ft. finished, only $59,900. 3 
bedrooms, full basement. IV* baths. 2 fireplaces, thermopane 
windows and comfort areas. 5-year HUDAC warranty, large lot 
with some sea views. Ti*y $6,000 down. 


898 LESLIE 

SAT. and SUN., 2:30-4:30 p.m. 

try $2,250 down. Modern 2-bedroom home with separeue gar¬ 
age, lot 50x120, close to all amenities. Full price $44,900. 



raw 

644 BURNSIDE WEST 

Tremendous value at the new reduced price of $56,900. 
Immaculate no-etep rancher with a delightful kitchen din¬ 
ing area, spacious living room with tloor-to-celllng brick 
fireplace, 2 bedrooms and many added extras. MUST BE 
SOLD and nothing to do but move In — come and see. 

BERMUDA TAYLOR 
477-0191 382-949S 

The Royal Trust »*j 


r ox 1ST, Victoria, B C., Sat., Nov 26, 1977 1 7 


MOUNT 
M* DOUG 
J PARK 

- » OPEN SAT, 

_ "‘S 2-4 P.M. 

4347 CEDAR HILL 

(Opposite Mt. Doug Park) 

grand new beauty, attractive on the outside, customized intide 
with delightful view. Irom every window. 3 bedroom,, IVt 
bath,, thermopane window, and fully landscaped. Move right 
in. New MLS $73,900 

595-2121 |UNE HOUGHTON 477-6165 

II X NATIONAL TRUST CO. LTD. 



LOVELY FAIRFIELD 


A LUXURY CONDOMINIUM 
DEMANDS QUALITY THROUGHOUT 



f,. . .. 

U s brand new and the price is right Has quality hardtwist in 
main part of house. Stained wood window and door casings 
and trim. Crestwood cabinets, three bedrooms, ensuite. two 
eating areas. Call now. MLS 29223. 

GEORGE WALL 477-0548 
CENTURY 21 Mayfair Realty 388-2955 



R. W. RHODES 
Res. 479-9241 
or Pgr. No. 728,389-9464 

National Trust 




Wbodstope Places 
What You Really Want 
in a New Condominium Home 

LOCATION: 

Very desirable residential location on quiet Rockland 
area tree-lined street. 1039 Linden Avenue, near 
Rockland Avenue. 

PEACEFUL ENVIRONMENT 

Small, quiat, atrictly ralsdentlal development with 
only 26 aultea in entire building.' Li 

QUALITY 

Superior conatructlon. quality appomtmenta and 
meticulous attention to flniahing. 

I VALUE: 

No subsidies or give-aways — lust good, solid 
value. Hall sold to quiet good neighbors and a 
good selection left from $47,900 to $82,900. 

OPEN TO VIEW 7 DAY8 A WEEK 12-5 


Thar's why Mearori Development Co. 
chore Wheaton Construction to build 

TOD HOUSE 




OPEN HOU8E 


SAT. & SUN 2-4 



2323 HAMIOTA 

(at Cadboro Bay Rd.) 

OPEN DAILY 2:00 to 4:00 

(Except Mondays) 

14 unique suites offering that certain atmosphere so 
hard to find. Rooms you can furnish and five In. 2 
bedrooms. Separate bathrooms. Wood-burning 
heatilafor fireplaces. Thermopane windows and the 
sense of strength and security of masonry, concrete and 
steel construction. Some with beautiful views of sea, 
mountains, sunsets. 

Above all it's in Oak Bay between Golf Courses. H$ndy 
to Rec. Centre, beach and stores on the bus line. Prices 
$65,000-199,500 (subject to increase In Jan. 78). 

W. MOHR or H. WHILCY — 598-3321 

JACK MEARS 
OAK BAY REALTY LTD. 


1647 CHANDLER 

Don’t mm tils doll house. Sparkling bright, 2 bsdrooms. lovely, 
well landscaped lot You will be sorry if you miss It Priced at 
only $53,900. For prior viewing call 386-3585 or res. 384- 
4827. Ask for John Molyard. 

VICTORIA REALTY LTD. 


OPEN HOUSE 

SAT. and SUN.. 1:30-4:00 p.m. 
1874 VENTURA WAY lUalwnlty Am) 



In today’s market, buyers are looking for specifics, not fancy 
xda-Wet ---- - 


words. We want you to see this one — so here are the facts: 
•Located closa to rec. 
centres, buses, schools and 
shops. 


*2200 aq. ft. 

•Living room with fireplace. 
•Laundry room on main. 

* 2 full bathrooms plus one 
3-pce. 

*26x12.6 petio. 


•Double carport with 
enclosed storage 
*5 bedrooms. 

•Family room off kitchen. 
•Library area. 

• Open" den off master. 

• Fully fenced rear yard i 
*$63,500. MLS 28835. 



The transferred owner says "seir . . so come 
end tell us how the facts strike you! 

DONNA FOSS 

477-7291 (Bus.) 364-6075 (Pgr. 504) 

O.F.H. REAL ESTATE LTD. ims 


DIAMOND DEVELOPMENTS LTD. 


306-1255 


595-4094 


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477 0141 

3647 SUFI BOURN! Still FT 



“the godmother” 

has an offer 
you can’t refuse: 


OPEN HOUSE SAT. 2-4 - 222-224 ST. ANDREW 
TRIPLEX 

Good rente! and location, near Parliament Buildings and 
Beacon Hill Park. 

DOLORES MILES, 682-2735, pager 706 
ERNEST WILLOEN, 362-0640. pager 711 


OPEN SAT. 2-4 
969 CLARK RD.. DRENTWOOD 

Beautiful rural setting for this 3-bedroom strata duplex. Only 1 
year old. excellent condition. Owner transferred, early posses¬ 
sion. $49,900. 

ELEANOR BRAY, 102-1130 PADQE EL WELL, 477-3088 
OFFICE 477-0141 


OPEN SAT. AND SUN. 14-2856 CADBORO DAY 

Featuring a really big lot and charming older house. Four 
bedrooms, “tsrmy" type kitchen with dinette. Youth's rec. 
room in partial basement. This is for active family who will en¬ 
joy a big lot not far from Willows Beach and all school levels. 
Exclusive with owner/salesman at $71,900. 692-3248. 

JOHN RU88ELL, 477-0141 


OPEN SAT. A SUN. 24-7283 KRISTIN PLACE 

Off Stelly’t Cross Rd. Two blocks from Brentwood Bay, Lovely 
3-bedroom home with good see view. $65,900. 

ELEANOR BRAY, 882-1130 PADQE ELWELL, 477-3888 
OFFICE 477-0141 


OPEN HOUSE SUN. 1:304:00 — 4025 MA6DELIN 

on Blair. Different ipllt-level 3-bedroom. 114 bath, tpacloue 
end convenient. Nice lot In good area. View with me. 

ELEANOR BRAY, 663-1130 Of 4774141 


CLOSE TO BEACH 

APPROXIMATELY ft ACRE: Foot of Vantreight. Ideal for large, 
active family. Good indoor rec. and entertainment areas. 4 or 5 
bedrooms. 2 full baths. Outdoor badminton court. Reduced 
$5000 to $69,900. MLS 28449. 

477-0141 .F. COLOMBIN 476-0226 

n-23 


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ROYAL 

TRUST 


OPEN HOUSES 

THIS WEEK-END 


3351 SUMMERHILL CRESC. 159.900 SAT. 4 SUN. 1.304 P.M. 

Take Metohoeln Rd. to Benhomer Rd. and man to 8umtnamill Craa. eul-’ 
da-uc. 7-yaarold split level 4 bed., tamlly room. etc. Fantaetlc value. 

344-6001 DEREK WICK 006-3003 


903 AMSLEWDDD COURT 9114.900 SAT.. 1:30-4 

Price reduced on this beautiful 4-bedroom Colonial-style executive home 
on an eeey-care lot that offers privacy and seclusion. Family room off 
krtcnerv 

384-8001 *TH* McQREQORt” 477-3678 


4M (EACH OR. 1125.000 SAT. 4 SUN. 24 P.M. 

Fantastic see and mountain views. Brand new. 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 
2 fireplaces, 2 sundecks. 

384-6001 WALLY MILLIGAN 477-6144 


3435 CARDIFF PI. 


985.500 OAT. 4 8UN. 1:30-4 P.M. 


4 Brs . 2 full baths, lanced, private yard. Closa to all schools, well bulk and 
maintained. Great area for raising children 

384-8001 QIRRY DAVIS 692-6001 


644 BURNSIDE WEST 850.900. OAT. I SUN. 24 P.M. 

Superior 2-bedroom no-step rancher m Roiston Heights. Must be seen, 
to appreciate the value at greatly reduoed price of $66,000. 


477-0101 


BERNEIDA TAYLOR 


382-8488 


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10-ACRE LOTS 

For your “FAMILY _ _ _ 

PRICED AT * 49,900 

with $4,900 down and on terms you just can’t refuse 

• ★ View Lots 

★ Ranchettes 

★ Seclusion 

★ Trees 

ON LOCATION SUNDAY 
AFTERNOON 1 to 4 

Located on Nalld Road off Happy Valley Road in Metchosin 

Only 30 Mlnutoa from downtown and ctOM to golf, boachaa 
end fishing 

WHAT AN INVESTMENT FOR YOUR FUTURE _ 

Courtesy to Realtors 


[MOLD RD. 


SO** 


Call Lorraine Hett 478-2430 or 386-2911 

Homefinders, Wall & Redekop 


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DAILY COLONIST, Victoria, B.C., Sat., Nov. 26,1977 1 9 



More natives bear mercury traces 


OTTAWA (CP) — Alnyst 
half of 575 persons tested in 
four Quebec Indian commun¬ 
ities last July had abnormal¬ 
ly high levels of methyl mer¬ 
cury in their bloodstreams. 

Twenty-three of these had 
levels that might be danger¬ 
ous to their health. 

The information is con¬ 
tained In figures released 
Friday j>y the federal health 
department. 

The figures show that 261 


persons tested at Lac Simon, 
Fort George. Rupert House 
and Waswauipi had mercury- 
blood levels of 20 parts per 
billion (ppb) or higher. Zero 
to 19 ppb is considered the 
normal range. 

Mercury researchers at the 
National Indian Brotherhood 
consider continuing levels of 
50 ppb or higher dangerous 
and continuing levels of 100 
ppb or higher critical. High 
levels can lead to Minamata 
Disease, irreversible mer¬ 


cury poisoning, which at¬ 
tacks the brain and nervous 

system. 

Eighty-eight of the persons 
tested at the four communi¬ 
ties had levels of 50 ppb or 
higher and 23 were at 100 or 
above. One was in the 200-209 
range and another was 350- 
359. 

Mercury poisoning is consi¬ 
dered a serious health threat 
in some native communities, 
especially those In northwest- 


Senator praises colleague 
— contributing at age 94 


Energy-wise Santa 

Santa Claus is not one to shun his responsibilities of 
energy conservation, but how's he going to make it 
without his reindeer and sleigh on Christmas Eve? 
Santa was spotted cycling along in Scarborough, Ont. 


OTTAWA (CP) — A sena¬ 
tor has pointed to a 94-year- 
old colleague as an indication 
of the Injustice of a rule that 
says new Senate members 
must retire at age 75. 

W. M. Benidickson (L— 
Kenora-Rainy River) said he 
and others deplored the loss 
through mandatory retire¬ 
ment of many able senators. 

The 66-year-old senator 
was appointed in 1965, shortly 
after the government said 
new senators must retire by 
75. He told fellow senators 
Thursday that he hoped to 
retire before that but that the 
Senate has suffered loss 
through retirement of others. 

Then he noted Senator Nor¬ 
man Paterson, 94. Liberal 
from Thunder Bay. Ont., who 
was summoned to the Senate 
in 19(0. 

He said Paterson was in the 
Senate practically every day. 


"and I have the feeling that if 
he did not have his Senate 
obligations he would be feel¬ 
ing somewhat forlorn.” 

" "So far as his indemnity is 
concerned, each year he 
gives many times that 
amount to good causes. 

“Although his eyesight 
may be poor. I can tell honor¬ 
able senators that he recog¬ 
nizes their voices. 

"His heart is here, and he is 
one of our best citizens. His 
benefactions are manifest. 
He is greatly interested in the 
Senate. 

"Senator Paterson is over 
90, and knows exactly what is 
going on in this House every 
day. 


Marcos foe to die 


Volrich named 
municipal chief 


MANILA (AP) - A mill 
tary court convicted former 
Philippine senator Benigno 
Aquino on Friday of subver¬ 
sion, murder and illegal 
possession of firearms and 
sentenced him to death, end¬ 
ing the four year trial of Pre 
sident Ferdinand Marcos' 
political foe. 

Two other men tried with 
Aquino were also sentenced 


to death by firing squad. A 
date for the executions was 
not announced. 

Sentenced with Aquino 
were Bernabe Buscayno, also 
known as Commander Dante, 
alleged leader of the New 
People’s Army, the military 
arm of the Communist party 
in the Philippines, and Philip¬ 
pine constabulary Lieut. Vic¬ 
tor Corpus, who Joined the 


NPA in 1971 and became one 
of its leaders. 

The subversion charge 
against Aquino arose from an 
alleged Communist c'on- 
spiracy to overthrow Marcos. 
Aquino was also accused of 
ordering commanders of the 
New People's Army to-kill a 
village official who was su¬ 
spected of spying on the Com¬ 
munist group. 


Vancouver Mayor Jack 
Volrich became president 
Friday of the Union of B.C. 
Municipalities, replacing 
Mayor Jim Fraser of Wil¬ 
liams Lake, who was defeated 
locally In municipal elections 
last Saturday. 

Volrich had been first vice- 
president. 

Volrich selected Aid. Wil¬ 
liam Tindall of Victoria as 


em Ontario and northwestern 
Quebec. The mercury is 
taken In by eating fish from 
mercury-contaminated 
waters. 

There are no federally-re¬ 


cognized cases of MJnamata 
Disease yet in Canada. Some 
private medical authorities 
believe there are Indians in 
Ontario and Quebec suffering 
from the industrial disease. 


The controversy might be 
settled in the future by a fed¬ 
eral epidemiological study. 
The health department Is ex¬ 
pected to launch the study 
later this fall. 


4: 


Benidickson was speaking 
during debate on a motion 
that calls for creation of a 
committee to investigate the 
effects in society of man¬ 
datory retirement at age 65. 

Senator Frederick Rowe 
(L— Newfoundland) said 
there could be severe prob¬ 
lems resulting from the end 
of a compulsory 65-year re¬ 
tirement age. 

For instance, there were 
young people waiting impa¬ 
tiently to step into the shoes 
of those who retired. The 
problem was one that would 
have to be dealt with, he said. 
It was not insoluble 


the municipal council mem¬ 
ber to fill the vacancy on the 
UBCM board of directors. 

Mayor George Ferguson of 

Abbotsford moved up to first 
vice-president and Mayor 
Charles Lakes of Trail be¬ 
came second vice-president. 

Volrich appointed Mayor 
James Ogilvie of Kimberley 
honorary treasurer. 

Fraser was the only mem¬ 
ber of the executive defeated 
in municipal elections. 


ROSES 

Fragrant Cloud, 
Tropicana, 
Peaca and many 
mora In stock. 




^ ROYAL OAK^* 
GARDEN CENTRE 
V AND flORtST V 


for every bloomin’ thing 

ORNAMENTAL TREES 

RED LEAF ACER PALMATUM 


FLOWERING CHERRIES 

8HIROFUQEN — Beautiful light pink semi¬ 
double flowers. 

KWANZAN — deep double pink blooms on 

an upright tree. 

MOUNT FUJI - very beautiful 
double white flower. 

7' to 8' Trow .. 

DWARF CUT LEAF MAPLE: 

Ideal tor rockeries or pool 
area Red Cutleaf — 15” to 18” 

Green Cutleef — 15" to 18 


„ 12 95 


13 95 

9' 5 


13 95 


FLOWERING DOGWOODS 


RAINBOW: A very attractive 
multi-colored leaf with 2" to 3" 
white flowers on a dwarf 10' 
plant. Very beautiful brilliant 
colors 3 to 4' .. 

RUBRA: Pink flowering Florida 
dogwood 3 to 4 bushy plant .. 

WHITE WONDER: One of the 

most beautiful of all the 
dogwoods. Has semi-pendulut 
branches covered at a young 
age with 4 to 5" snow white 
blossoms. Light orange to rich 
gold fall colors. 6 to 7 trees 

GOLD BPOT-EODIE: The 

golden varigated form of our 
native dogwood larae 5 
blooms in the Fall and Spring 
Blooms at a young age 6 to T 
trees 


16 95 

14 95 

16 95 

18 95 


SUMNIGASHI: 

Grows to 10‘ with rich red 
leaves all summer. This 
variety holds its color better 
than astropurpurpeum. 4' 
plants . 

HAWTHORNE 

PAULS SCARLET - Red 

flowering, double blossom, 
ea.. 

RHODODENDRONS 

Large 18” to 20" plants loaded with buds for 
spring bloom. In a wide assortment of 
colors. 

10 9S J2 95 

FRUIT TREES- 

CHERRIES 

STELLA: self-pollinating black cherry. 
STAR: a compact growing black cher¬ 
ry 

COMPACT LAMBERT: dwarfest of the 
black fruit types. 

VAN: recommended pollinator of most 
varieties. 

ROYAL ANN: one of the best, all¬ 
purpose cherries. Yellow to red sweet 
fruit. 

MOUNT MORENCEY: red canning or 
pie. Self pollinating. 

ENGLISH MORILLO: dark red canning 
or table cherry. Self pollinating 


A COMPLETE SELECTION OF 

ALL FRUIT TREES 

NOW IN STOCK 

OPEN MON. TO THURS. and SAT., 9-5:30. SUNDAY TO-5. FRIDAY 


WHERE QUALITY DOES COUNT'' 

4456 WEST SAANICH RD. 

In th« Royal Oak Shopping Canira 
-16 


479-1116 


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IF YOUR CAR | YOU COULD PAY MORE ... YOU COULD PAY LESS . . . 

REALLY MATTERS 1 

TO YOU y BUT YOU CANNOT BUY A BETTER USED UNIT THAN 

1 ^ AN EMPRESS "CROWN SEAL" UNIT!! 

A 30-DAY 100% MECHANICAL GUARANTEE ON "CROWN SEAL" USED CARS 

SOME UNITS BELOW ARE CROWN SEAL VEHICLES 



Slock No. L2380A 

1975 PONTIAC LEMANS 
STATION WAGON 

I 350 V-6. automatic, powa- steer¬ 
ing. power brakes rsd'O. Maroon 
color with all matching vinyl In- 

$4195 


Slock No. BB31SA 

1975 BUICK 
LE SABRE 4-DOOR 

8-cylmder. automatic, power 
Steering and brakes, radio, air 
conditioning. Brown in colour 
with all vinyl trim. 


Stock No. LE4823A 

1972 PONTIAC 
PARISIENNE 4-DOOR 

V8. automatic, power steering 
and brakea, radio, air con¬ 
ditioning. Blue outside with all 
matching trim. 


Stock No. F6825A 

1971 CHEV BEL AIR 
2-DOOR 

V8, automatic, power steering 
and brakea. radio Green in 
colour with aN vinyl trim 

>1693 


Slock No. YV1071C 

1973 FORD LTD 
SQUIRE WAGON 

8-cyllnder. automatic power 
steering and brakes, radio air 
conditioning. Brown with all 
vinyl inside $2995 


Stock No. 8L9286A 

1977 RABBIT 

4-cylinder. 4-speed radio. Red 
in colour with all vinyl trim. 

>4693 


Stock No. V1639A 

1975 VENTURA 
HATCHBACK 

8-cylmder. automatic, power 
steering, power brakea. radio. 
Brown outside with matching 
■nlocor. 13 09B 


Stock No. C3969A 

1975 BUICK 
CENTURY 4-DOOR 

8-cylinder automatic, power 
steering and brakes radio 
Green outside with all vinyl in- 
tenor ^ ^ _ 

1ft 


Stock No. XV0582A 

1977 CHEV CAPRICE 
CLASSIC 2-DOOR 

8-cylmder. automatic, power 
steering and brakes, radio. 
Brown exterior with all 
matching interior, 


Stock No. CE5411A 

1969 CHEV IMPALA 
2-DOOR 

V8. automatic, power steering 
and brakes, radio, fled exterior 
with all vinyl trim. 

$1498 


Slock No. CE3757C 

1969 METEOR 
RIDEAU 500 4-DOOR 

V8. automatic, power steering 
and brakes radio Green ex¬ 
terior with all vinyl interior 

$1499 


Stock No. FT3736A 

1976 HONDA CIVIC 

’4-cylinder, 4-speed, radio. 
Silver outside with all vinyl in¬ 
side. / 


$3195 


Slock No. A81M1A 

1974 LEMANS 
4-DOOR 

8-cylmder. automatic, power 
steering and brakes, radio 
Green in colour with matching 

>3199 


Slock No. PU0074 

1973 CENTURY 
LUXOS 4-DOOR 

V8. automatic, power steering 
and brakes radio Brown ex¬ 
terior with all vinyl trim. 

13199 


Stock No. VE7S68A 

1976 CHEVETTE 
2-DOOR 

4-cylinder automatic, radio. 
White with all vinyl trim. 

$2999 


Stock No. PU0108 

1977 COUGAR XR7 

8-cylinder. automatic, power 
steering, power brakes, radio. 
Blue with matching interior. 

$6395 


Slock No. YP42S0B 

1968 MUSTANG 

V8, automatic, power steering, 
radio Yellow in colour with all 
vinyl interior 

$1795 


Stock No. YV0181B 

1975 FIAT 
"128” WAGON 

4-cylind6r. 4-speed, radio. 
White exterior with all vlnyi in¬ 
terior. 

$2999 


Stock No. CE14MA 

1972 LEMANS 
4-D00R 

V8. automatic, power steering 
and brakes, radio Brown ex¬ 
terior with matching trim. 

12198 


Stock No. YP043S6 

1975 VEGA 
HATCHBACK 

4-cylinder. automatic, radio 
Whita with all vinyl trim. 

$1999 


Stock No. QR3587A 

1976 GRANADA 
4-DOOR 

6-cylinder, automatic, power 
steering and brakes, radio. 
Black with all vinyt trim. 

199 


Stock No. LE9325A 

1977 VOLARE 
PREMIERE WAGON 

8-cylinder. automatic, power 
steering and brakes, radio. 
Beige exterior with all vinyl trim. 

$9895 


Stock No. FI5246A 

1974 DATSUN WAGON 

4-cyllnder, automatic, radio. 
Yellow in colour with all vinyl In¬ 
terior. 

$2998 


Stock No. PYOOtl 

1974 FIREBIRD 

VS. automatic, power steering, 
power brakes, radio Red ex¬ 
terior with all vinyl interior. 

$4699 


Stock No. LB64SOA 


1972 SKYLARK 


4-DOOR 


V8 auiomaiic. power 

veering 

and brakea radio. Green ex- 

tenor with matching interior. 


(399 


Stock No. CEO043A 

1971 BUICK 
LE SABRE 4-DOOR 

8-cylmder. automatic, power 
steering and brakes, radio. 
Green in colour with matching 
interior. 


Stock No. YL4849C 

1973 MONTE CARLO 
LANDEAU 

V8 automatic, power steering 
and brakes, radio Maroon in 
colour with atl vinyl trim. 

>3899 


Stock Ns. FI9353A 

1975 MONTEGO 
2-DOOR 

8-cylinder. automatic, power 
Steering and brakes, radio. 
Bronze exterior with matching 

>2999 


Stock No. YP14836 

1976 CHARGER 

8-cylmder. automatic, power 
steering and brakes, radio. 
Bronze exterior with all vinyl in¬ 
side 


$4999 


Stock No. VE8618A 

1975 TOYOTA SR5 

4-cyllnder. 5-speed, radio, 
power brakes. Red exterior with 
all vinyl interior. 

$3895 


Stock No. BU37I5A 

1975 BUICK 
ESTATE^ 


.nV&Q 

dit»or^3jiue 
vinyl |itm. 


$$iw«r s' 


Steering 
radio, air con- 
in colour with all 

>8495 


Stock No. YV6710B 

1972 BUICK 

RIVIEM-aV 

V8. aifr. IjiFf steering 
and Conditioning. 

Browr^Jtnor with maching m- 

1299 


Stock No. SL9149A 

1972 CHEV IMPALA 
2-DOOR 

'8-cyimder. automatic, power 
sieenng and brakes radio 
Green exterior with all vinyl 

$2191 


Stock No. LE671SA 

1974 PINTO 
2-DOOR 

4-cyimder, 4-speed, radio. Red 
with ell vinyl trim. 

$2499 


Stock No. SL2462A 

1974 PLYMOUTH 
FURY III 4-DOOR 

8-cylmder, automatic, 
steering and brakes 
Brown in colour with matching 

tr,m $2895 


power 

radio. 


Stock No. YP8492A 

1977 GMC 
Vz-TON PICKUP 

6-cylinder. automatic, radio 
Red in colour with ell vinyl 

1899 


EMPRESS PONTIAC-BUICK-GMC LTD. 

2667 DOUGLAS AT TOPAZ (Dealer Licence Number 01227A) 382-7121 


LOOK FOR 
THIS CROWN 
SEAL ON THE 
WINDSHIELD 


Stock No. YP1668A 

1976 GMC 
%-TON PICKUP 

8-cylmder. automatic power 
steering, power brakes, radio. 
Blue outside with all vmyl In- 

$9995 



Stock No. FIS3S9A 

1974 FORD ft-TON 
PICKUP 4X4 

8-cylinder. automatic, power 
•leering, power brakes, radio: 
Blue exterior with all vinyl in¬ 
terior. 



Stock No. YL8928A 

1975 FORD Vz-TON 
PICKUP & CANOPY 4X4 

8-cylinder 4-speed, power 
steering, power brakes radio 
White outside wdh §11. vinyl in- 

s ' d0 $4999 


Stock No. YP60.3B 

1971 DODGE 
’/.-TON PICKUP 

8-cylmder, automatic, power 
steering, power brakes Red 
outside with all vinyl inside. 

>1999 


SALE HOURS: 
Mon.-Thurt. 

9 a.m.-9 p.m. 

Friday, Saturday 
9 a m.-6 p.m. 


THEN YOU 

REALLY MAHER 

TO US 


































































































































20 DAILY COLONIST, Victoria, B.C., Sat., Nov. 26, 1977 


PETER POLLEN 


USED CARS 


MONEY 

BACK 

GUARANTEE 


Need we say || more? 
OPEN NIGHTS ’TIL 9 


74 BOBCAT 
STATION WAGON 

With luggage rack, automatic 


s 2595 


75 COUGAR XR7 

In beautiful burgundy and 
luxury equipped. 


$ 5495 


75 GRAN TORINO 
4-DOOR SEDAN 

Radio, automatic, power steering 


s 2395 


'74 LTD SQUIRE WAGON 

With all the luxury options. 


$4395 


76 TOYOTA CORONA 
STATION WAGON 

Rear wifidow defroster, radio. 


$ 4395 


77 CHEVROLET BLAZER 05 
4-WHEEL DRIVE AND WINCH 

(Only 4.000 miles.) Automatic 
transmission. 


7995 


75 FORD F350 

ONE-TON FLAT DECK S^ygij 


With stake box. 


\C3 


77 FORD F150 PICKUP 
I WITH DELUXE CANOPY 

I V-8 engine, automatic, power steering, power 
| Drakes, radio, only 3.000 miles.. Uw¥W 


77 FORD 4X4 PICKUP 
IWtTH 4 WHEEL DRIVE 

I Balance of new truck warranty. V-8 engine. 
I power steering, power brakes, auxiliary fuel 
I tank, (5) 700x15 8-ply mud and snow Ures. 
I WAS $6795 NOW. 

77 FORD 4x4 PICKUP WITH 
4-WHEEL DRIVE AND WINCH 


$ 6495 

*6995 


Question surfaces once more 


t 

Was Tut the pharaoh of Exodus? 


By ARhfOLD BRACKMAN 

Colonist-Monitor New* Service 

DANBURY, Conn. - Was 
Tutankhamen the pharaoh of 
Exodus? 

As in 1922. when the tomb 
and treasures of Tutankha¬ 
men were firs) discovered, 
this question had again sur¬ 
faced In the year since the 
opening of the Tutankhamen 
exhlbltioh at the National 
Gallery In Washington. Pre¬ 
sently, the collection Is on 
display at the New Orleans 
Museum of Art. 

After a half-century of de¬ 
bate, the question is still 
unresolved. 

Despite the endless inquiry 


into Tutankhamen's tomb 
since Howard Carter’s disco¬ 
very, the world today knows 
as much about the young 
pharoah. his life, and times, 
as it did the day Carter un¬ 
wrapped the August mummy 
— that Is, virtually nothing. 

When and where Tutankha¬ 
men was born Is a blank. The 
identity of his parents Is not 
known. When and where he 
died is also unknown. 

This Ignorance points up 
the biggest disappointment in 
Carter's work, despite his in¬ 
credible triumph: The fail¬ 
ure to recover from the tomb 
so much as a shred of papy¬ 
rus. Thus, the tomb's disco- 


SALE! SALEI SALE! SALE! 

DEALERS AUCTION 

1:30 P M SATUNDAy. NOVEMBER 26.1977 

Lawnmowers. Edgars, Weedeaters, Tillers, Corn- 
poster Shredders. Chain saw Accessories. 

h * * 

Fibre and Aluminum Boats. Outboard Motors, Depth 
Sounders, Accessories. 

BRAND NAMES 

Chrysler. Seagull, Prlncecraft, Peterborough, Roper, 
Toro, Bolens, Yardman, General Electric, Flymo, 
Gilson, Coastal Navigator, Weedeater, Great States. 

* * * 

All goods may be viewed during regular business 
hours and from 6:00 to 8:30 p.m. Friday, November 
25, 1977. A list is available at store. This is your op¬ 
portunity to purchase at your pricel We must make 
room for 1978 shipments and clear out present 
stock. 

Alto ttiTM to think about winterizing and tune-upe of 
your mowers, outboard and Inboard motors. MAKE 
AN APPOINTMENT NOW AND SAVE 25% ON 
PART8 AND LABOR. OFFER GOOD TO 
DECEMBER 15, 1177. 

VICTORIA LAWNMOWER and MARINE 

834 Johnson Street, Victoria n-» 386-8338 


very neither added to nor 
subtracted from knowledge 
about Tutankhamen except 
In one detail: Confirmation — 
long suspected — he repre¬ 
sented the transition from 
Egyptian worship of Aton, 
the monotheistic conception 
of a single God under the 
heretic pharaoh Akhenation, 
to a return to the worship 
of Amon and the former pan : 
theon of Egyptian deities. 

The late Samuel Mercer. 
Egyptologist and Biblical 
scholar, who taught in Cana¬ 
da, mirrored the dismay of 
the scholars at the time of the 
discovery. "Not one inscrip¬ 
tion of any value has been 
found,” he lamented. "Not a 
single papyrus has come to 
light." 

Nonetheless, ever since the 
discovery a volatile debate 
has raged among Biblical 
scholars, archeologists, and 
historians. The core lssu)e Is' 
the relationship. If any. be¬ 
tween Tutankhamen and Ex¬ 
odus. 

A traditional school rests 
its case on two principal 
pieces of evidence. In Exo¬ 
dus, the Israelites are report¬ 
ed to have built the treasure 
city of Ramses II during their 
sojourn In Egypt. This sug¬ 
gests the Israelites were in 
bondage during the 19th dy¬ 
nasty. 

And around the turn of this 
century a British Egyptoogist 
found ihe victory stele of the 
pharaoh Merneptah on which 
the name “Israel" was men¬ 
tioned for the first time In 
Egyptian annals. Merneptah 
was the successor of Ramses 
II, circa 136-1223 B.C. 


Cartouche-shaped box, 18th dynasty 


“Unless we deny the his¬ 
torical accuracy of Exodus." 
Oxford scholar A. H. Sayce 
concluded, "the date of Exo¬ 
dus Is definitely fixed.” 

But the Bible's date, as ac¬ 
cepted by many authorities, 
Including the Jewish Ency¬ 


clopaedia. leads to perplex¬ 
ity. 

Tutankhamen, whose fu¬ 
nerary mask now is on dis¬ 
play in American museums, 
and the heretic Akhenaton. 
whom Tutankhamen followed 
to the throne, belonged to the 


18th dynasty. If the Old Tes¬ 
tament is accurate, Egyptian 
monotheism apparently was 
the precursor of Moses, the 
law-giver of the Israelites. 

Out of this traditional 
school arises a second school 
which believes Akhenaton 
paved the way for Moses. One 
exponent of this school, Arth¬ 
ur Weigall, also a British 
Egyptologist, takes the ex¬ 
treme position. 

He linked Akhenaton's her¬ 
esy with Exodus. He conclud¬ 
ed the Israelites were driven 
from Egypt at the end of 
Tutankhamen's reign. He ar¬ 
gued the Israelites were not 
only Implicated in Akhena- 
ton’s heresy, but may have 
caused It. 

When the old pharaonic re¬ 
ligion, consisting of many 
gods, was restored during 
Tutankhamen's rule, as 
shown by the art objects on 
display at the National Gal 
ley, the Israelites, who be¬ 
lieved in one God, were per¬ 
secuted and ultimately 
"thrust out of Egypt," Wei- 
gall theorized. 

Sigmund Freud was im 
pressed by this argument. In 
1939, in his last work, he de¬ 
scribed himself as thinking 
the unthinkable. Moses, the 
liberator of the Israelites. 
Freud speculated, was an 
Egyptian. With Akhenaton s 
death and the restoration of 
the old gods under Tutankha¬ 
men, the priesthook at 
Thebes vented their fury on 
the heretic's memory. Belief 
in one God was proscribed. 


PETER POLLEN k™ 


1060 YATES ST. 384-1144 


THE ROYAL CANADIAN MINT 
AUTHORIZED BY THE GOVERNMENT OF CANADA 
ANNOUNCES THE 1977 S100 22 KARAT GOLD PROOF COIN 

AS A TRIBUTE TO HER MAJESTY QUEEN ELIZABETH II UPON THE CELEBRATION 

OF HER SILVER JUBILEE 


By Proclamation in March 1977, the Royal 
Canadian Mint was authorized by the 
Government of Canada to strike a $100 
22k gold proof coin. 

This year Canada celebrates for the 
first time in her history the Silver Jubilee 
of a Sovereign Queen—Queen Elizabeth II, 
who is also the Head of the Commonwealth 
of Nations, of which Canada is a proud 
and honoured member. To commemorate 
this rare and important event... 

The 1977 Canadian $100 22 karat Gold Proof Coin 

The Canadian $100 22 karat gold proof coin commemorating 
the Silver Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II has a diameter of 
27 mm and weighs 16.965 grams of which 15.551 grams 
(!4Troy oz.) are fine gold. This precious metal legal tender 
coin contains 91.66% fine gold (22k) and 8.34% fine silver. 

Only the second Canadian $100 gold coin 

The Canadian $100 22 karat gold proof coin commemorating 
the Silver Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II is one of only six 
gold coins issued by Canada. 

Many of these coins have appreciated greatly in value. 

The 1912,1913, and 1914 $5 gold coins are now eagerly sought 
at more than 65 times their face value. The 1967 $20 gold 
proof coin presently sells for $145. 

Intending investors will be particularly interested to hear 
that, although 337,000 of these valuable 1967 $20 gold coins 
were struck, no more than 300,000 of the Canadian $100 
22 karat gold proof 
coins- commemorating 
the Silver Jubilee 
of Queen Elizabeth II 
will be minted. 

Furthermore, only 
orders postmarked 
by 31st December 
1977 will be accepted. 

Design 

The Royal Canadian 
Mint, in March of this year, invited 
26 leading Canadian artists to 
submit designs for the Silver Jubilee 
commemorative gold coin. An 
independent committee was set up 
to judge submissions, of which 56 
were received. Four of these were 
recommended to the Royal 
Canadian Mint, who approved the 
design entered by Raymond Lee of 
Toronto, Ontario. 

Mr. Lee’s design, with outstand¬ 
ing success, symbolizes Canada. 


I’hotograph of Queen Elizabeth 11. C-O-l, London 


RETURN TO: 

Royal Canadian Mini 

P O. Bo» 457, Slat ion . 


The obverse bears Sir Arnold Machin's acclaimed effigy of 
the Queen, surrounded by the legend (in the Canadian typeface 
known as "Cartier") “Silver Jubilee • Elizabeth II • 1952-1977 • 
25 ans de rfcgne". The reverse depicts a graceful bouquet of 
flowers—floral emblems of Canada's ten Provinces and two 
Territories, with the legend "Canada 100 Dollars". 

A tribute io the engraving skills of the Royal Canadian Mint 

The engraving skills of the Royal Canadian Mint are 
famous throughout the world, as this superb coin bears 
witness. The unusual alloy of pure gold and silver enables the 
Mint’s craftsmen to render this extremely appropriate design 
in a wealth of richness and detail. An exceptionally high relief 
makes possible the exquisite reproduction of each separate 
flower in the bouquet. 

Even the veins in each 
tiny leaf are exactly 
rendered. The flowers 
are beautifully frosted 
against the dazzling 
mirror-finish background. 

The effect is literally breath¬ 
taking. In every respect, 
the Canadian $100 22 karat gold proof coin meets the highesi 
standards of quality, as set by the Royal Canadian Mint. 

Certificate of Authenticity 

The Canadian $100 22 Jcarat gold proof coin commemorating 
the Silver Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II which you receive 
from the Royal Canadian Mint will be accompanied by a 
Certificate of Authenticity. This Certificate attests that your 
coin is an original Canadian $100 22 karat gold proof coin 
of legal tender, redeemable for full face value in Canada and 
authorized by the Government of Canada. All Certificates of 
Authenticity are pre-numbered and are signed by the Master 
of the Royal Canadian Mint. 

Luxurious moroccan leather case 

Your coin and Certificate come to you in an attractive black 
moroccan leather case, bearing the 
Coat of Arms of Canada and lined 
inside with red Dior velvet. A special 
finger lift enables you to display 
safely in its holder. The 


Ottawa. Ontario, Canada KUfitM 


Please send me - *100 22k Cold Proof Coln(a) 

Qty- 

at *140 fCan. leech. ..... S. 

‘Canadian residents add 

Prov. Sale* Tax where applicable *- 

Total .. ». 


'Ptov. Tax not applic- in PX-1 . Quebec. Alberta. N-W.T, Yukon. 
Sale* Tax Exempt. No-: .. . .... . - 


METHOD OE PAYMENT (check only one) 

□ Enclosed I* my cheque /'money order made payable to- 
The Royal Canadian Mint OR 

charge my Ciadit Card, aa indtcatj 
□ < 


PJease 

Dm. 


Master Charge LJ Charges/Visa 
Credit Card Number t I J..I i-.l. 
Expiry data I I I 1 ■< 

Signature. 




American Express 

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(Application must bo sieved to be accept ad) 


Pros mcc/State_ 


— Postal code/Zlp c 


Orders accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis, to a maximum 
mintage oi 300,000. Please allow o weeks delivery. 

Orders must be postmarked no later than diet Dec e m b er 1«77. 


“CANADA’ 1 in silver on 
its into a decorative 
"sleeve” for elegant 
in your home. 


Royal CanSdian 
Mint 


Monnate royale 
canadienne 


































































ENSIGN'S 

TRUCK CLEAROUT 

PICK-UPS - CAMPER SPECIAL - 4 X 4 WAGONS AND PICK-UPS 


77 DODGE 

D100 PICK UP 


77 DODGE 

DZOO CAMPER PICK UP 


77 DODGE 

AW100 RAMCHARGER 4x4 



YOU GET: 

• 225 6-Cylinder Motor 
•' 3-Speed Transmission 

• Power Steering 

• Rear Step Bumper 

• Oil Pressure Gauge 

• No. 6531 


Radio 

Cigar Lighter 
Spare Wheel and Tire 
Electric Dual Horns 
Antifreeze — 35 
List Price $5665. 


SALE PRICE 

*4994 


YOU GET: 

• 400 V8 Motor 

• Power Steering 

• Radio 

• Auxiliary Rear Springs 

• 7500 lb. Camper Package 

• Adventurer Dress Up Package 

• Two Tone Paint 

• No 6331 


Power Brakes 
Rear Step Bumper 
Heavy Duty Shocks 
Spare Wheel and Tire 
G.V.W. Rating 8100 lbs 
Automatic 
Antifreeze — 35 
List Price $8176. 


SALE PRICE 


>6996 


YOU GET: 

• 360 8-Cylinder Motor 

• Power Steering 

• Radio 

• Heavy Duty Shocks 

• Adventurer Special Edition Package 

• G.V.W Rating 6100 lbs. 

• No 6428 


• 6-Passenger Wagon , 

• 4-Speed Transmission 

• Power Brakes 

• Two Tone Paint 

• Spare Wheel and Tire 

• Antifreeze — 35 

• List Price $9737, 


SALE PRICE 

*8494 


WE HAVE A BEAUTIFUL SELECTION OF CLEAN USED TRUCKS 


MAZDA 73 

1800 PICK UP 


4-cylmder 4-speed. Radio 
and Papoose Camper 
No. 72022 


*2995 

SALE PRICE 


DODGE 74 

0500 WITH 14' BOX 


V8 Motor. 5-Speed Transmis¬ 
sion. Dual Tanks. 5000 lb. 
Front Axle Hoist. 

No. 8924 


$ 5995 

SALE PRICE 


y rty! 


DATSUN 75 

DODGE 76 

SPORT PICKUP 

0300 CAB AND CHASSIS 

4-cylmder. 4-speed radio and $$ 
camper 

V8. 4-speed. Radio. Power 
Steering and Power Brakes 

No 65261 

No 8812 

*3494 

*4696 | 

SALE PRICE 

SALE PRICE 

wmwmmmmmmm 

'wmmmmmmmm 

DODGE 75 

DODGE 77 

0300 WITH 12' FLAT DECK 

0100 PICK UP 

V8 Motor. 4-speed. Radio. £•£ 
Power Steering. Power 

Brakes 

6-Cyimder. Automatic. Radio 

No 8927 

No. 8831 :|:§: 


$5995 | 

*4898' | 

SALE PRICE 

SALE price 

•!*»v 


DODGE 74 

B300 MAXI VAN 


6-cylmder Automatic. Radio. 
Power Steering and Power 
Brakes 

No 8968 


*2995 

SALE PRICE 


FORD 75 

FI 00 SUPERCAB PICK UP 

V8 Motor Automatic. Power 
Steering Power Brakes 
Radio. With Canopy 
No 30552 

*3993 

SALE PRICE 


FORD 76 | 

XLT RANGER PICK UP 


V8. Automatic. Radio. Power 
Steering. Power Brakes 
Canopy 

No 80291 


*6996 

SALE PRICE 





DODGE75 

B100 TRADESMAN VAN 

DODGE 76 1 

0100 PICK UP 

* 

DODGE 77 

0100 UTILINE PICK UP p 

6-Cylinder Automatic. Radio. 

Power Steering Power 

Brakes 

No 8964 

6-Cyimder. 3-Speed. Power 
Steering. Power Brakes 

No. 8902 

V8. 4-Speed. Power Steering, x* 
Power Brakes 

No 8952 

*3995 1 

*4292 1 

*4994 1 

SALE PRICE 

SALE PRICE 

SALE PRICE 


DODGE 75 

8200 TRADESMAN VAN 


6-Cylinder. Automatic. Radio. £:|: 
Power Steering, Power 
Brakes. 

No. 8959 :i& 


s 3595 

SALE PRICE 


DODGE 77 

B300 WINDOW VAN 


15,-Passenger. V8. Automatic. 
Radio. Power Steering. Power 
Brakes. 

No 8965 


*7494 

SALE PRICE 


DODGE 76 

0100 PICK UP 


6-Cylinder. Automatic. Radio 
Power Steering. Power 
Brakes 

No. 8935 


*4696 

SALE PRICE 


DODGE 75 

0100 PICK UP - 


8-Cylinder Motor. Automatic. 
Power Steering 

No 8934 


*3995 

SALE PRICE 


DODGE76 

B200 TRADESMAN VAN 


V8. Automatic. Radio. Power 
Steering. Power Brakes. 

No 8672 


*4994 

SALE PRICE 



DODGE 77 

RAM CHARGER 4x4 

Xvl 

i 

I' 

w! 

yy: 

V6 Motnr. Automalic. Power 
Steering. PoV-er Brakes, Radio 
with Stereo. 

gi- 

No. 8966 


*7997 


SALE PRICE 

Xv) 


Plymouth 


iJjtlfiP Tmt ns 


ENSIGN i 


CHRYSLER 

PLYMOUTH 


Plymouth 


YATES AT COOK QUADRA at CALEDONIA 

386-2411 


(Dealer Licence) 495A 










































































22 DAILY COLONIST, Victoria, B.C., Sat., Nov. 26, 1977 

Chance bible converted Japanese raider 

Bombadier turned missionary here Dec. 2 


KNOX 

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

2964 Richmond Road 

"A Friendly Church That Caret' 


Rev. David A. Smith. B A. 

RRST SUNDAY IN AOVENT 

11:90a.m. 

Sacrament of Baptism 

“THE ONE BIBLE 
ALL MEN READr 

Nursery Facilities 
Church School — 
Kindergarten to Gr. • 

It Noon — Coffee Hour 
7 p.m. — Jr. Youth Group 
7 p.m. — Youth Bible Study 
Gr. 10 up 
Wed. Nov. 30/77 
Adult Bible Study 
9:30 a.m. 

are most welccma 


Rev. Jacob DeSbazer, Sec¬ 
ond World War Doolittle 
bombadier turned mission¬ 
ary, will speak at Free Meth¬ 
odist Church. 1620 Cook 


FIRST BAPTIST 
CHURCH 

Quadra and North Park 
11:00 a.m. 

“ONE WAY 
FOR MAN” 

Rev. J.C.A. Barton 

Ministers. John A. Watson 
and Cecil Banter 
Organist and Choir Director: 
Mr. John Tunstall 


St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church 

Downtown — Douglas St. at Broughton 
Minister: Rev. Bruce Molloy 
10 a.m. Bible Study. Gen. Cbs. 22. 27. 20 A 3U 

11 a ■ "FROM DARK NIGHT TO FIRST UGHT" 

(Genesis 12:2) 

CHURCH SCHOOL. ALL GRADES 
6 p.m. Bible Study, Exodus, Cbs. 12, 13 L 14 

7p.tR. "FIRE ON THE HEATHER" 

St. Andrew 'a and Caledonian Society Attending: 
Fellowship Hour to follow In Social Suite 
FREE PARKING: Eaton’s Carpark 10:15 a.m.-12:15 p M. 


ELK LAKE COMMUNITY 
BAPTIST CHURCH 

M63 Pat Bay Highway 
Minister Emeritus Harry Pike 
Minister: J.C.A. Barton 
10:30 a.m. Family Church School 
10:30 a.m. 

Exchange Sunday 
Rev. Reed Elley 
of Douglas St. Church 
7:30 p.m. 

Evening Fellowship 
A Friendly Welcome 


Douglas St. 
Baptist 

3277 Dougina 8t. 
Paator: REED H. ELLEY 
10:30 A.M. 

REV. PETER TEIGROB 

7:30 P.M. 

“LONGING FOR 
THE LIGHT” 

Tha Paator Spanking 

A briendiy tvangehcal Church 


•f? 


FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH 

W elcomes you to iu 

10 a.m. Worship Ssrvlcs and Sundsy School 
• p.m. Evwtlng Sonrlcs 
The Parlor Spreklm* 

at Gordon Head Rec. Centre, 1741 Feltham Ro. 

Paator: Roe. E. Krotofll, S.A., 8.0. 477-1476 

Affiliated with the Baptilt General Coalerence. 


Victoria 


Baptist Chapel 

SBC. 


J220 Crdar Hill LOd.ir Hill Gimnnmilv Lrnti 


Bible Study 

9:45 a.m. 



Worship 
11 a.m. 


Rev. Bo Brantley (Nursery Available) Phone 477-5474 
"We love, because He first loved us. ” IN 4:19 


Emmanuel 


BAPTIST CHURCH 

2121 CEDAR HILL CROSSROAD Tel. 592-2418 

Pastoral Team 

Norman K. Archsr Rob Bantall 
Travor DaCaaaarat Brant Qarratt 


9 .OH Allfiiti "AFTER PENTECOST' 

■ WW LX I I Clalllai Pastor Archer outlining the 
difference the Holy Spirit 
makes to ordinary people. 

Full Sunday School Program at both services 

6:30 p.m. Vester Service—Bible Teaching 

“THE TEN COMMANDMENTS" 

Pastor Archer Speaking—Interaction 


7 P.M. 

YOUNG LIFE NIGHT 

Featuring an evening with "Young Life of Vic¬ 
toria" with Ted Kraus, Bill Bailey, local leaders 
and High Schoolers. Pastor Archer preaching 

on “FRIEND OF GOD” 


Every Wsdnsaday at 7 p.m. 
“HOW SHOULD WE THEN LIVE?" 

A wsakty aarias of powarful and searching 
movtas by FRANCIS SCHAEFFER 
Alao: Full Children's Program 


WESTERN COMMUNITY BAPTIST CHURCH 

Spencer School, Coldstream Avenue 
Worship Service — 11 a.m. 

Pastor: Rev. Gordon Patterson, 474-2421 




BAPTIST CHURCH 


833 PANDORA AVE. 385-7786 

“\A/e preach Christ crucified 
WW rtosn and coming again” 

1 8:45 a.m. 

“CLEANSING IS 
COSTLY” 

11:00 a.m. 

“WHAT ABOUT THE 
HOLY SPIRIT” 

Rov. John Qilchrlot 

of Homs Bible League 

9:45 a.m. 

Family Blbto School 
A Study tor Evwryonw 

R.D. Holmes 
Mm. of Visitation 
Norman Harrison 
Aaaoc in C.E.. 

MM* Verne Scott 
Am l. to Faator 
GV. Eno 

"When every visitor Is en honoured gueet" 


7 P.l 

REV. IAN BOWIE 


AUnfiasii gaanirij ^Baptist Cljurcb 

" Royal Oak SphoM, 4684 W. Saanich Rd. 
10 a.m. to 12 asoa i Famt BSb4o Followohjp 
7 pm. Hatting FoNasroNp Hour 
JNWar A fchook 474-ooso 


Street, Dec. 2, at 7:30 p.m. 

Thirty-five years ago Jake 
DeShazer took part in the 
memorable first bombing 
raid on Japan. Captured 
when his plane ran out of fuel 
over enemy territory, he was 
held prisoner for 40 months, 
much of that time in solitary 
confinement. One day a Japa¬ 
nese guard brought him a 
bible. As he read, the hatred 


BERACAH BIBLE CHURCH 

4516 W. Saanich Road 

Sunday Services 

10 a.m.. 11 a.m. and-7 p.m. 
FOY L. SPIVEY, Pastor 

Independent fundanrenltd 


he felt toward the Japanese 
guards changed to love. Upon 
his release from prison at the 
end of the war, he returned 
home to prepare for mission¬ 
ary service. 

Since 1919 Jacob DeShazer 
and his wife, Florence, have 
served as missionaries in 
Japan. There they have car¬ 
ried on a unique church 
planting ministry. During 29 
years they have seen 23 new 
churches established. 


TRINITY 

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

2964 Tillicum Road at 
Gorge Shopping Pleu 
"The Friendly Church 
Close to Motels’ 

11:00 A.M. 

“JEW AND ARAB— 
SHAKE HANDS" 

7:30 P.M. 
ECUMENICAL 
ADVENT SERVICE 

—Saanich District 

Clergy of Presbyterian. Anglican. 
Roman Catholic and United 
Churches sharing 
Interceesions led by lay people 
from participating churches 
Prrachrr 
Rev. William Hill. 

St. Michaels and AU AngrN 
Fellowship hour follows service 

Minister Rev. G. D. Smith. M.A. 


VICTORIA EVANGELICAL 

LUTHERAN CHURCH 

(Independent i 

Divine Services. Sunday School, 
and Bible class held each Sunda> 
—Welcome— 
Phone: 478-7930 


Christian 

Science 

Sunday Services 
and 

Sunday School 
9:30 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. 
Wednesday 
Testimony Meeting 
8:00 p.m. 

FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST 
SCIENTIST 

Chambers at Pandora 
Reading Room 
1210 Broad Street 
ALL ARK WELCOME 


CONSTRUCT 

aIw” "You Have the Power, *■ 4 /[/, 

Learn how to use it" r /4u 

^ You are invited to attend ^ 

VICTORIA TRUTH CENTRE 

1201 Fort Street Minister: Dr. Emme Smiley 

11:00 a.m. "WAS JESUS A CHRISTIAN" 

Dr. Emma Smiley 

7:30 p.m. "MIND YOUR OWN MAHER" 

R#v. Greg Ska la 

Children’s Church and Jr. Young People** 11 a.m. 

San tor Young Paopla’a 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.jn. 


THE CHRISTADELPHIANS 


13% McKenzie Avenue 



Great News 
n "™ World 


‘IS THE BIBLE 
INCONSISTENT?” 

C. Snobolon 


Bible Address 
Everyone Welcome 


Sun. 7:30 p.m. 
No Collections 


Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Memorial Worship 11:00 a.m. 


PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLIES OF CANADA 


OLDFIELD GOSPEL CHAPEL 

6608 Oldfield Road Paator L. W. Hankie 658-5908 
9:45 a.m. Family Bible School tor All Agee 
11 A.M. and 7 P.M. REV. DAVID GARDINER 
of South Burnaby, Ministring 
TUESDAY — 7:30 P.M. — Bible Study and Pray nr 


NORTH DOUGLAS PENTECOSTAL TABERNACLE 

Douglas at Canterbury 
Pastor: Rev. Harold Pendrav 

9:45 A.M. SUNDAY SCHOOL 

For Transportation Phone 479-3656 

11:00 a.m. "FOUR TREES" 

7:00 p.m. Rsv. Gilbert Rowland 

— E vary one Walcoma— 


CHINESE PENTECOSTAL CHURCH 

800 Princess 

SUNDAY 9:45 a.m. Sunday School 
11:00 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Worship Services 
Prayer — Wed., 7:30 p.m. Youth, Friday, 8:00 p.m. 


Pastor: Rev. Steve Wong 383-3878 


COLWOOD PENTECOSTAL 
CHURCH 


Paator D. L. McMillan. 2250 Sooka Road. 
9:45 a.m. — SUNDAY SCHOOL 

11 i.m. Morning Service 
7 p.m. Evening Service 

Everyone Welcome 


When each group of believ¬ 
ers became a worshipping 
congregation, a church was 
organized and the DeShazers 
moved to a new assignment. 
One of the cities where the 
DeShazers established a 
church is Nagoya, the city 
Jake once helped to bomb. 

The DeShazers have spent 
this last term working In To- 
korozawa. north of Tokyo. 

The public Is invited to hear 
this missionary presentation. 



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Perspectives 

By J.A. DAVIDSON 


DeShazer 


CHRISTIAN APOSTOLIC CHURCH 


Original Christian 

( X~\ 

Doctrine 

ounum ocnvtvc 

AND SUNDAY SCHOOL 


11:00 a.m. 

l^rtorrv in SBcceivful Liviag 

V4e4n«"Wljivt 7:38 p.m. 

. ?663 Snath 

oorr* St. Viciona. BC. 


Ortboftox Church 


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tor servlet: limn 
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Kev Fr. Gleb Jensen 
.•Mil t ndbuni Ituv ltd. 
Phone 177-HJifi' 


Church 



FIRST 

NAZARENE 


Christian Reformed 

Agnes and Gian lord 


* 


WORSHIP SERV ICES 
at 16:30 a.m. 
and 7:06 p.m. 

Ministers: 

Peier W. l*Bryne 
Bert Slolstn 


11 A.M. 
”6a I Browing 
in Gnfi Brno?” 
6 P.M. 
■Tilt Bill nl 
Shnytmrding 


TEMPORARILY 

a 

983 PANDORA 

pending 
completion of 
our new 
facility at 
4277 Quadra 
Street 


The 

SALVATION ARMY 

CiladeHorpv 737 Pandora Aveaae 
Corps. Officer*: 

Cast, and Mr*. John Wilder 
9. Ju a.m.—Sunday School 
11:66 a.m. — Holiness Meeting 
7:H p.m. 

Evangelistic Meeting 
A warm welcome awaits 
)oa at the Arm>. 


VICTORIA ALLIANCE CHURCH 

1792 Townley Street - Telephone 592-1821 
Pastor: Rev. H. Orlln Craig 

11 A.M. "AN ALMOST CHRISTIAN" 

7 P.M. Layman’s Service — Guest Speaker: Pat Fisher 


ISH-ISRAEL WORLD FEDERATION (CAN.) 

■ - Victoria Branch. 

PUBLIC MEETING 

" Sunday Afternoon, November 27th, gt3 p.m. 
In the Dominion Hotel, Yatee Street 

"A TALK ABOUT THE REFORMATION" 

Mr. Arthur Pankhurnt 

..dr. %urx).. '0 i.m .ml 10: IS a.m. *- K.A.ft.l. ISS.) 



From my experience I can 
report that most of the people 
who say that the church 
should not meddle in econom¬ 
ic and political Issues are 
members of economically 
and socially fortunate groups 
who are not sure that their 
good fortune is going to last. 

They will agree that the 
church should engage in en¬ 
terprises in compassion and 
social welfare, but they 
worry about the church be 
coming involved in move¬ 
ments for the reform of so¬ 
ciety and concerning itself 
about conditions in society 
which cause distress and suf¬ 
fering. 

I can also report that the 
person who tells me that the 
church should try to do some¬ 
thing constructive in politics 
generally means that the 
clergy should try to persuade 
their people to vote for his 
party or to support his pet 
project in social reform. 

Some years ago Billy Gra¬ 
ham said this in an article: 
"We must change men before 
we change society ... Social 
sins, after all. are merely a 
large-scale projection of indi¬ 
vidual sins and need to be 
repented of by Ihe offending 
segment of society." 

Really? Does that suggest 
an effective way of dealing 
with poverty, hunger, depri¬ 
vation, injustice? The rela¬ 
tions between the person and 
society are infinitely com¬ 
plex, and very few social sci- 
entisLs see the situation In the 
simple way that Graham saw 
it. 

(Graham, it must be said, 
seems to have moved on a 
little from his earlier naive¬ 
ty: he has recently acknow¬ 
ledged, cautiously, that the 


church should concern Itself 
with matters of widespread 
social and political reform.) 

Surely there is something 
deficient, even perverse, in 
an expression of Christianity 
which professes an intense 
concern for the souls of indi 
viduals but which fails tu 
show an Intense concern for 
the changing of conditions in 
society that cripple and de 
stroy individuals. 

And il must be recognized 
that to refrain from challeng 
ing in any way the structures 
and methods of the status 
quo. to acquiesce in things as 
Ihey are in society, can be as 
much a matter of "meddling 
in politics" as it is the direcl 
challenging of any aspect of 
the status quo. 

The Gospel of Jesus Chrisl 
cannot be filled into a strait 
jacket provided by any social 
philosophy or economic 
theory or political ideology — 
even those splendid ones 
which you and I favor. Faith 
does not give us specific guid 
ance on the intimidatingly 
technical and complicated 
problems of economics and 
politics and social welfare — 
except at the level of primary 
motivation. 

But the church must de 
mand that political decisions 
serve the real good of all 
citizens and that the econom 
ic order be judged by the 
effectiveness with which it 
serves the legitimate eco¬ 
nomic needs of all. 

Concern for Ihe sacredness 
of the individual under God 
demands a concern for the 
total environment in which 
the individual exists. That 
entails the church involving 
itsblf in public issues, involv¬ 
ing itself responsibly, com¬ 
passionately. intelligently. 


REFORMED PREACHING 

HofyroodWouM — Saltire Room — 2315 Blanahard at Bay St 

Hm. R. Harbach. Mlntsltr in !ht Prottstint Raformd Chnrchti 
SUNDAY 10:00 A.M. A 3:30 P.M. 

For Catechism Classes & Mid-Week Bible Study 
In Reformed Doctrine. Call 384-6341 
Listen to a Protestant Reformed Broadcast. Sunday 
9:00 a.m. KLYN-FM 106.5 MHZ 


! Silver Threads I 



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10 A.M. 


Wueens 

1 

1 

Sunday School 

A Clatt for All Age* 


f\ venue 

1 

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11A.M. 


/ APOSTOLIC CHURCH 

1 

Morning Worship 


804 QUEENS AVENUE 
REV. ALAN McLEAN 

1 

1 

1 

7 P.M. 


382-7833 or 385-8404 

Evening Service 






usimd 


iwSs OF VICTORIA 

AT THE 

EMPRESS HOTEL 

PRINCESS LOUISE ROOM 


Guest Spukar: REV. MAX LAFSER 

You Don’t Need Their Approval 

CLASS 5:30-6:30 p.m. SPIRITUAL SERVICE 7-8 p.m. 

Unity Church of Victoria is affliated with Unity of Vancouver. 
Unity School of Christianty and DAILY WORO MAGAZINE 


PENTECOSTAL CHURCH 
842 North Park SI 

384 7633 384 0113 


ylacl MEN 

idings 


(100 SWORD 
AS IT IS 
FOR 

MEN AS THEY 
ARE 


Pastor: JOHN STONE Assec. Paster: AL ADAM 

chRfBtlan 

cxintua 

949 FUUERTON AVE. 
383-4185 



10:30 A.M. 

LEE ELLENWOOD 

7:00 P.M. 

LEE ELLENWOOD 

Special music by 
Trinity Choir 

Tuesday — 7 P.M. Prayer Tim# 
Wednesday—7 P.M. Teaching 


REV E E. AUSTIN. PASTOR 


9:45 A.M.-family bible school 

• Bu* Sentoe—65S-6694—Of Church Offksa 


11 A.M. and 7 P.M. 

’THE BELIEVERS QUARTET’ 

★ Mule A mtsugi lor ivtryoni 

' * TV S escorting Artists 

★ Pin li itlend with yo* friend 


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NON-DENOMINATIONAL CHARISMATIC. MEETING 
IN THE THEATRE OF THE STUDENT UNION BUILDING 
UNIVERSITY OF VICTORIA 


■ A Teem Mtnletry 

PASTOR. REV. RiU JOHNS. is6 REV. TE0 FOLLOWS. M.A. 

REV. JOHN FRANCIS. DR. 0008 ROBERTS. M.D. 

11 A JR. FAMILY WORSHIP end SUNDAY SCHOOL 

DON BROWN - Ministering In Music 
. Or. Doug Roberts Speaking 
Ftr Inlonnition 1*6 TruraportitiOA 388-5334 If 388-4838 
Everyone Welcome 


ESQUIMALT 

MONDAY-10 a.m., learn 
lodance: noon, lunch: I. car¬ 
pet bowling, oil painting, 
card club. 

TUESDAY-10 a.m.. quilt¬ 
ing, baking bee. art for be¬ 
ginners. exercise to music, 
swim; noon, lunch; 1. carpet 
bowling, chess, liquid em¬ 
broidery for beginners. 

WEDNESDAY-golden age 
bazaar. 

THURSDAY-10 am., 
weaving, sewing, writing 
workshop: noon.lunch. 

FRIDAY-10 a.m., quilting, 
learn to carpet bowl, ceram¬ 
ics; noon, lunch: 1. craft and 
plant club, dance. 

Swimming Tuesdays 2-3 
p.m. and Fridays 11 a.m.- 
noon; bowling Wednesdays 
10 a.m.-noon. 

Tickets on sale for Christ¬ 
mas dinner Dec. 8. $2.75 and 
Christmas dance Dec. 16. 50 
cents. 

VICTORIA 

MONDAY through FRI¬ 
DAY-8:30 a.m., drop-ins. 
cards, shuffieboard. pool, li¬ 
brary; 11:30, lunch. 

MONDAY-9:30 a.m., arts 
and crafts: I p.m.. stamp 
club, bowling at First Baptist 
church hall, arts and crafts: 
1:15. bridge: 7:20. whist. 

TUESDAY-1 p.m.. begin¬ 
ners bridge: 1:30, films; 3, 
bowling al Town and Coun¬ 
try; 7:15. old time dance for 
members. 50 cents. 

WEDNESDAY-11:30 a.m.- 
I p.m.. health counselling; 1, 
chess club; 1:15, sing-song; 
1:45. variety concert; 7:20, 
whist. 

THURSDAY-10 a.m., con¬ 
versational Spanish; 1:30 
p.m., old time dance. 

FRIDAY-1-3 p.m., Christ¬ 
mas bazaar; 7:20, cribbage. 

SATURDAY-11 a.m.. 
drop-in, shuffieboard. cards, 
pool; 1 p.m., chess club; 2. 
whist; 7:20, 500 card game. 

SUNDAY-1-4 p.m.. drop- 
i ins. 

Tickets on sale for Lans- 
downe Shopping Mall trip 
Dec. 6. $8.90 and Christmas 
dinner Dec. 15, $2.75. 


SAANICH 

MONDAY, WEDNESDAY. 
THURSDAY and FRIDAY ¬ 
S' a.m., billiards, shuffle- 
board. drop-ins, ping-pong. 

SUNDAY-2 p.m.. Concert 
Orchestra practice. > 

MONDAY-*: 30 a.m., 

Hampton Singers practice, 
ceramics and pottery, mac- 
rame; 11:45, lunch; 1 p.m., 
duplicate and contract 
bridge; 7, Hampton Happy 
Gang practice. 

TUESDAY-8:30 a m., ba¬ 
zaar preparations; 1-4 p.m., 
bazaar and tea. 

WEDNESDAY-*: 30 
am.ieatherwork, oil paint¬ 
ing, woodcarving, five-pin 
0. bowling; 10, conversational 


French; 11:45. lunch; 12:45 
p.m., films; 2, George Fair 
field Orchestra concert. 

THURSDAY-9 a.m., car 
pet bowling; 9:30. knitting 
and crocheting, weaving, 
ballpoint embroidery; 11:45. 
lunch; 1 p.m., progresive 
bridge: 1:15. beginners 

French; 1:30, oil painting. 

FRIDAY-9 a.m., carpel 
bowling for beginners; 9:30. 
novelty class, lapidary; 10. 
New Horizons entertainment 
committee meeting; 11:45. 
lunch; 1:30 p.m.. stamp 
club; 2. jacko; 7:30, progres¬ 
sive whist. 

SATURDAY-9:30 a.m, 
Songmen practice; 10-2 p.m., 
musical jamboree; 1:30, 
cribbage, billiards, drop-ins: 

7:30. bingo. 

Volunteer drivers needed 
to drive handicapped mc- 
mebers to and from the 
centre: tea served daily at 10 
a.m. and 2:30 p.m; 

SIDNEY 

MONDAY through FR1DAY- 
-centre opens at 9 a.m., 
cards, shuffieboard, library, 
billiards; noon, lunch. 

MONDAY-10 a.m., quilt¬ 
ing, dance; 1 p.m., ceram¬ 
ics; 1:45. swim club; 2, 
films; 7:30, bingo. 

TUESDAY-10 a.m., paint¬ 
ing. Serenaders practice; 
12:30 p.m.. mystery trip; l 
p.m., painting, whist, oro 
cheting; 7, shuffieboard, 
games nighl. 

WEDNESDAY 10 a.m. no¬ 
velties. rug hooking; 1 p.m.. 
discussion group with Ken 
Aberdeen on ecospasm; 2, 
concert with the Rythm 
Gals; 7, band practice. 

THURSDAY-10 a.m.. 
weaving, carpet bowling, 
decorator paints; 1 p.m.. 
dressmaking, bridge; 7, crib. 
FRIDAY-10 a.m., ceramics, 
keep fir, quilting, beadwork: 
l p.m.. creative writing, ce¬ 
ramics, stretch and sew; 2. 
jacko; 7, cards. 

SATURDAY and SUN 
DAY-1-4 p.m., drop-ins. 

Tickets on sale for Lans- 
downe Shopping Mall trip 
Dec. 12 and Christmas din 
ner-dance Dec. 10. 

Cantata set 
for Dec. 11 

A Christmas Cantata, enti¬ 
tled Hodie (This Day), will be 

C rformed on Sunday. Dec. 

in the sanctuary of First 
United Church, Quadra at 
Balmoral. 

In nddltlon to the church 
choir, there will be a youth 
choir, a 40-piece orchestra 
and three soloists. 

The cantata, written by R. 
Vaughan Williams, will be 
under direction of George 
Schram. 

There will be a second per¬ 
formance Monday, Dec. 12. 


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DA1L.Y COLONIST, Victoria, B.C., Sat,, Nov. 26, 1»77 23 


Sikhs of world observe 400th year of/'holy city 


The tooth anniversary of the founding of the holy 
city of Amritsar was celebrated recently by the 
nearly 10 million Sikhs of the world. In this special 
article, P.S. Attariwala. a member of Victoria's Sikh 
Temple, explains the religious and historical signifi¬ 
cance of the occasion. 

By P.S. ATTARIWALA 


The last week of October 
had a great significance for 
(he nearly 10 million Sikhs of 
the world as they celebrated 
the tOOth anniversary of the 
founding of the city of Amrit¬ 
sar (pool of immortality), the 
seat of Sikhism, 

This bustling city is about 
300 miles from Delhi, capital 
of India, and about 15 miles 
from the India—Pakistan 
border in the fertile province 
of Punjab. 

Amritsar is to Sikhs what 
Bethlehem is to Christians or 
Mecca to Muslims. 

The word 'Sikh' means a 


disciple in Sanskrit and Sikhs 
are the disciples of Guru 
Nanak (1469—1539). Nanak 
rejected the multiplicity of 
gods and goddesses and em¬ 
phatically asserted that there 
was but one God, God of the 
universe and of all mankind 
Nanak laid the foundation 
of 'Sangat' or mixed con¬ 
gregation where disciples 
gathered and sang hymns in 
the praise of God. He also 
introduced "Langar” or free 
community kitchen where all 
sat together regardless of 
distinction of caste, creed or 
status in life. This was a 
great reform in India where 



Amritsar's historical Golden Temple shrine of Sikhism 


untouchables were not even 
permitted to be seen by 
higher castes. The custom of 


Langar is still a very impor¬ 
tant part of the Sikh religion. 
In the Sikh Temple on 


Topaz Avenue in Victoria 
Langar, a vegetarian menu, 
is served free to all on coo 


gregatioa day. There is a 
congregation day nearly 
every Sunday and everyone 
and anyone is welcome. 

There are about 350 Sikh 
families in Victoria. 

After Nanak,. there were 
nine other Gurus and it was 
the fourth Guru. Ram Das. 
who founded Amritsar, the 
holy city of Sikhs as it is 
known today. < 

Amritsar has many history, 
cal shrines, but the Goldfcn 
Temple, built by the fifth 
Guru. Arjan Dev. is the best 
known, lids temple was des¬ 
troyed by invading Mugals 
but was rebuilt in marble and 
gold by the Sikh Maharraja 
Ranjit Singh (I78S-V839). 
The Golden Temple is built in 
the middle of a pool in which 
all the visiting Sikhs take a 
dip before going in the temple 
itself. The water of this pool 
is believed to have healing 
powers. The G olden Temple 
has four entrances facing 


north. east, south and west, 
signifying that people from 
any comer of the earth and of 
any religion are welcome. 
The foundation stone of the 
original temple was laid by a 
Muslim saint. Mian Mir 

To celebrate the fourth 
centenary of the founding day 
of Amritsar, many digni¬ 
taries were invited and it is 
believed that almost two mil¬ 
lion faithful paid homage to 
their Gurus and this city. 

The temple management 
committee has plans to spend 
about $66 million over the 
various projects being under , 


Ecumenical service Advent inauguration 


Trinity Presbyterian 
Church is the setting for the 
annual Saanich Ecumenical 
service to inaugurate Advent 
Sunday at 7:30 p.m. 

Four denominations are 
sharing in this year's service 
and the Advent message will 
be given by the rector of St. 
Michael's and All Angels, the 
Rev. William Hill. 

Lay people from the vari¬ 
ous churches will lead the 
intercessions. Following the 
service, tea and coffee time 
will provide an opportunity 
for fellowship. 

Offerings will go for emer 
gency aid to the inter-church 
fund, specifically towards 
victims of the Taiwan ty¬ 
phoon disaster. 


First United Church's new 
chapel organ will be dedicat¬ 
ed Sunday in a service at 


In the evening, at 7:30, 
there will be a recital on the 
new organ by the church's 
Corinne Du Val Brewin. with 
other instrumentalists and a 
vocalist. 

Also scheduled for Sunday 
is the ll a m. Advent service, 
a teen and pre-teen lunch at 
12:30 p.m . followed bv bible 
study at I p.m. 


Following the success of 
this year's ecumenical tour 
of the Holy Land, conducted 
by Rev. Alan Turner of Em¬ 
manuel Baptist Church, 
plans are being made to hold 
one, or possibly two. new 
tours in 1978. 

September is the proposed 
month, but if warranted, a 
trip will be arranged in May 
as well. 

The toqrs may include 
Rome. Athens and other 
cities of general interest. 


CHURCH CHRONICLES 


NEW LIFE 
FELLOWSHIP 

Full Gospel Ministry 
in 

WORD. DEED & MUSIC 

It s happening at 

The UPPER ROOM 

579 Johnson Stroot 
FRI & SAT 8 P M 


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ANGLICAN 

RENEWAL 

CENTRE 


Prayer and Praise Service 
Every Friday 7:30 P M. 
in 

St. Saviour’s Church 

Cor. Catherine 4 Honry St*. 


This year's tour in Septem¬ 
ber saw 40 people from all 
denominations visit the U.K 
as well as Israel. Inquirers 
have been asked to phone 
Pauline Silverwood or Alan 
Turner at 477-1605. 


The annual Christmas ba 
zaar of St. David’s-by-the- 
Sea, Cordova Bay, will be 
held today from 11 a m. to 2 
p.m. Luncheon and tea will 
be available. 


The development and 
peace group of Sacred Heart 
Roman Catholic Church, 4040 
Nelthorpe. has invited Rabbi 
Paul Plofkin of Beth Israel 
Synagogue. Vancouver, to 
speak Sunday at 7:30 p.m 
The rabbi's subject will be 
The Israelis; People of God. 


Plotkin will explain the sig¬ 
nificance of the Menorah and 
the Star of David, symbols of 
the Jewish faith. 

. □ 

i 

Rev. Dan Derksen. district 
superintendent of the Church 
of the Nazarene, will assist 
the Esquimau church to con¬ 
duct a Deeper Life Weekend 
today and Sunday. The theme 
of a prayer breakfast 
at9a.m. is prayer ministry it 
the church, followed 
meeting with the church 
board. 

Derksen will also address 
the 11 a m. and 7 p.m. Sun¬ 
day services at the church. 
886-900 Craigflower. 

□ 

Gerald Vandezande. execu¬ 
tive director of the Commit¬ 
tee for Justice and Liberty, 
will give a free public lecture 
at the Sherwood Park Inn, 123 


Gorge Road, at 8 p.m. Mon¬ 
day. 

The committee, which 
seeks to bring a Christian 
perspective to political prob¬ 
lems. and to press for Bibli¬ 
cal solutions to those prob¬ 
lems, came into prominence 
recently when it challenged 
the National Energy Board's 


pipeline hearings in the Su¬ 
preme Court of Canada, and 
won its case. It also publishes 
a widely read newsletter on 
Canadian and world social 
and political events. 

Vandernde s topic will be 
Environmental Justice: A 
Christian Political Response 
bilitv ’ 

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Church covers 

.neme ■ . ' 

as daycare centre 

by a • 


KINGSTON, Ont. (CP) — A 
church in Kingston was built 
with children and day care in 
mind 

Bay Park Baptist Church's 
architecture and activities 
were designed for church 

services, recreation and a 
lull-scale day-care centre. 

Rev. Albert Luesink. one oI 
the church's ministers, said: 
"The church built the whole 
thing. A separate foundation. 


Reformed Episcopal , 

CHURCH OF OUR LORD 

Humboldt and Blanshard St., Victoria, B.C. 333*8915 


11:00 6.IT1. 


Morning Service 


Dr. Jame* S. Clarke 


Rector: Rev. Dr. A. J. Mowatt 

M 


THE BELIEVERS QUARTET i 

Canadian Young Pnopln 

spreading the Gospel in word and in song 
will be at the 

Queens Avenue Apostolic Church 

TUES. NOV. 29th at 8 P.M. 

lUIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIUIUIIIlUi 


Lotteries 

opposed 


The national magazine of 
The United Church of Cana¬ 
da. which opposes gambling, 
won't go along with an Ontar¬ 
io government lottery 
scheme to boost its subscrip¬ 
tions with non-winning lot¬ 
tery tickets. 

Lottery losers can get 50 
cents off a magazine sub¬ 
scription by turning in their 
tickets. But magazines which 
accept them "should be pre¬ 
pared," the Ontario govern¬ 
ment said, “to provide free 
advertising space" for the 
lottery program. 

An Observer editorial de¬ 
scribes the scheme as "sheer 
cynical manipulation.” But. 
it says, ‘‘the publishers, 
whose more intelligent edi¬ 
tors might be expected to 
speak a warning word about 
the moral implications, will, 
we predict, keep quiet. They 
will publish the ads. and take 
their half dollars." 



DESIGNS 
FOR . 
WORSHIP 


GOSPELCHAPELS 


at the 

MCPHERSON PLAYHOUSE 

Saturday, December 10th, 8 P.M. 

A Christmas Musical 
Stage Presentation of 

THE GREAT HALLEL 


Portland school 

Victoria youth 
enrolled 
in Bible course 


OAKLANDS CHAPEL 
Femwood and Cedar Mill Road 

SUNDAY 

9 30 a ti -Breaking of Bread 
II IS a m. Sunday School 
and Family BiW# Hour 
speaker. Stan Hltchman 

* 30 p.m. Evening $«rwic.t 
Speaker. Or. John Willumi 
i*urs . 7 45 p m. — Prayer Meeting 
8 15 pm. B'ble Study Groups 



Sponsored by 


L 

Church of the Way 

J 


CANDLELIGHT TIME 


at the 

MARINA 

in OAK BAY, 1327 Beach Dr. 598-4511 

SUNDAY .t9 P.M. 

ILIVE ON STAGE] 

Musical Array 
LOCAL TALENT 




John McDonald, son of Mr. 
and Mrs. John J,. McDonald. 
3647 Doncaster, is enrolled 
this fall in a three-year Bible 
diploma course at Multno 
mah School of the Bible in 
Portland, Ore. 

Multnomah is an interde 
nominational Bible college 
which offers a specialized 
Bible and theology program. 
The diploma course is de¬ 
signed for high school gradu¬ 
ates andoffers the equivalent 
of a double major in Bible. 

This fall. McDonald en¬ 
tered one of the largest stu¬ 
dent bodies in the school’s 
history, numbering over 750 
in the day school. The school 
was founded in 1936 by Dr. 
John G. Mitchell, present 
chairman of the board of 
trustees. 

Multnomah's diploma 
course will qualify McDonald 
lo enter a variety of full-time 
Christian ministries. 



VICTORIA GOSPEL CHAPEL 
935 Pandora Avenue 
SUNDAY 

9 30 a m -Breaking o» Bread 
II IS a m Sunday School Bible 
Clast and Family Bible Hour 
speaker . Mr. Roy Campbell 
7 p m. Evening Service 
Speaker Mr Doug Relt 
8 pm. Wednesday 
Prayer and B>bie Study 

SPIRITUALISM 

Victoria Christian 

SPIRITUALIST CHURCH 
819 Fort S1ree» 

Sundays, Mam 
worsnip and soc-ai Fellowship 
Clairvoyance at Every Service 
Tea and Psychic Read<ng on 1st and 3rd 
Wednesdays from I 30 to 3 '5 p.m 
Open Circle — 2nd and 4th Tuesdays 
promptly at 7.30 p.m. 


OPEN DOOR SPIRITUALIST CHURCH 
1*00 Cook Street 

Sun 1 p.m. Open Door students 
Wed . 7 30 p.m. Mr. & Cleland. Healing 


EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH 


McDonald 

The school also offers five 
degree programs, a special 
one-year certificate course 
for college graduates, And 
two new masters programs. 


PARKDALE FREE CHURCH 
1095 Tolmie Ave 382-7513 

Rev. A Kenneth, Strom. Pastor 
SUNDAY 

Sunday School 9 45 

Family Worship 11 00 

Evening Fellowship 7 W 

A loving Christ 

A Caring Community 

SOCIETY OF FRIENDS 

SOCIETY OF FRIENDS 
(Quakers) 

MEETING FOR WORSHIP 
SUNDAY 11AM 

VISITORS WELCOME 
1831 FERN ST 


taken for the occasion. These 
include construction of a hos- . 
pital, library, historic muse¬ 
um and honoring the families . 
of Sikh martyrs. 

This day was also celebrat¬ 
ed at the Sikh Temple In Vic¬ 
toria on Oct. 30. 

A trip lo India is not com¬ 
plete for a tourist without a 
visit lo the Golden Temple 
in Amritsar. 


Angli 


ican 


chartered in 1974 as a non¬ 
profit charitable organiza¬ 
tion, operates the day-care 
centre and leases facilities 
from the church.” 

A mammoth undertaking 
for small congregation of 
about 100 people, the day¬ 
care centre is licensed for 74 
children. There are only 20 
children enrolled now as (he 
centre opened at the begin¬ 
ning of September. 


Historic St. Andrews church at Sandwich was recent¬ 
ly renovated and services are again being planned for 
the pioneer building. Shadows from sun of cool au¬ 
tumn day cast designs on wall of building near spot 
where remains of pioneers rest under grass in back¬ 
ground. 

IzITY^ANITDISTRICT CHURCHES^ 


LUTHERAN 

LUTHERAN CHURCH OF 
THE CROSS 

Cedar h.ii ana Cedar Hill Cross Roaos 
Alfred J. C Johnson. Pastor, *77 JtSl 
10 00 a m Divine Worsnip Service 
The Church Where Families 
Worship Together 

Evangelical Lutheran Church o« Canada 
lE L.C.C formerly A L.C ) 
Victors Welcome 


«>OD SHEPHERD LUTHERAN 
CHURCH 

2815 Ceoar M>u Road 
Rev Fred Knebei. Pastor 

65* 8043 

10 a m -English Service 
It a m -German Service 

11 a m - Sunday School 


REDEEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH 
Corner Jackltn and Jenkins 
9 45 a m. - Sunday School 
11 00 a.m. - worship Service 
Minister Herman BicktL 47MIS0 


UNITARIAN 

UNITARIAN CHURCH 


106 Superior Street 
10 30 a m 
PLEASE DON T 
MAKE A FUSS ‘ 

Re« John Quirk, Associate Minute* 
Unitarian Church ©♦ Vancouver. B C. 
Visitors Welcome 

MENNQNITE 

SAANICH COMMUNITY CHURCH 
990 Falmouth Road. 3M-8M1 

10 00-Family Worship 
ll 00-Bibte ana Optional Classes 
Pastor-& L Braun. 477-6111 


United 


HOPE LUTHERAN CHURCH 
MISSOURI SYNOD 
1924 Cerrick Street oft Foul Bay 
The Ray. L M. Carlson. Pastor, 592-2308 
Sunday School 9 45 
Bible Classes 10 a m 
11 00—Divine Worship Sarv.ce 
Thurs . 7 15 p m.-Oivine Worship 
A Church o« "The Lutheran Hour * 
and 'This is the Life" 


FIRST UNITED 
CHURCH 

Quadra at Balmoral 

11 A.M. 

ADVENT SERVICE 

"THE WAY BACK 
IS OPEN" 

Rrv. Hugh M. Hunt#r 

Church school students attend first 
part of the service, then proceed to 
classes 

Nursery and loddler 
facilities available 
1-2:15 p.m. Teen and 
Pre-teen Bible Study 

7:30 P.M. 

CHAPEL ORGAN RECITAL 


cbRistcbuDch’ 

catbectoal 

Quadra at Courlnay 
2 blocks up from Douglas 
ADVENT SUNDAY 
8:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist 
9.15 a m. Church School 
9:30 a m. Family Eucharist- 

11.00 a m. Litany and 
Sung Eucharist 
5:15’p.m. Holy Eucharist 
7:30 p.m. Advent Procession 
with Carols 
WEEKDAYS 
Mattins: 9:00 a m. 
Evensong: 5:15 p.m. 

Holy Eucharist: 

Tues. and Wed. 11:00 a m. 
Thurs. 7:30 a.m. 

Fri. 12:15 Noon 


METROPOLITAN 

UNITED CHURCH 

Pandora atQuadra Street 

1ST ADVENT SUNDAY 
11:00 A.M. 

MID-EAST ENCOUNTER 

Rev. E. L. Butler 
7:30 P.M. 

PREPARATION 

Dr. A. E. King 
11 a.m. Church School 
in All Depts. 


St. John’s 

QUADRA AT MAHON 
9:00 a.m. Hoty Communion 
9:30a.m. Family Communion 
Nursery and Sunday School 
11:00 a.m. Morning Prayer 
7:30p.m. Adv ent Carol Service 
The Rector will preach 
at both morning services 
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 30TH 
St. Andrew's Day 
11:30 a.m. Holy Communion 
THURSDAY 

10:30 a.m Holy Communion 
and Ministry oi Divine Healing 


CENTENNIAL 

UNITED CHURCH 

Gorge Road and David Street 
tOpp. Colonv Motor Inn) 

11:00 A.M. 

“REPENTANCE” 

The Minister Preaching: 
Rev. G. A. McMechan 

Sunday School 11a.m. 


Mr Ernest V\ illiams—Orgaimi 


ST. AIDAN'S 

UNITED CHURCH 

Ru-hawnd at Cedar Hill X Road 
Ministers: Rev. J. Rae Allan 
Rev. Glare Holmes 
G> gaaiNi: ,\lrv Edith Morris 

MORNING WORSHIP 


•:Stand 11:99a.m. 
Advent Candle 
lighting 


9:30 a.m. All Sunday 

School Classes 

11 a.m. Primary Sunday School 
Creche Provided Both Services 


OAK BAY 
UNITED CHURCH 

Granit* and Mitchat) 


J 

i 


11 a.m. WORSHIP 

iNuisery & Kindergarten) 

“ADVENT 

Rev Bill Van Druten 

Church School 9 30 a m 
Grades 1 to 12 


ST. BARNABAS 

Belmont and Bogbi* 

7:50 a.m. Mattins and 
Holy Communion 
19:30 a.m. Sung Mass 
7.30 p.m. Solemn tvenseng 
HOLY COMMUNION DAILY 
The Rev D. K Chawelv-3*5824: 


rtf 


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fi 


ST. DUNSTAN’S 

Tyndal and San Juan 

Rector: The Rev. W.J Lunny 
K m am Holy Communion 
9:45 a.m. Family Eucharist 
and Sunday School 


ST. GEORGE THE MARTYR 

Cadboro Bay Road and 
Maynard Street 
Re*. Barry Jeans, 477-0705 
6:00 ».m. Holy Communion 
9:30 a.m. 

Pariah Family Eucharist 
and Church School 
11 a.m. 

Morning Prayor 
HOLY COMMUNION 
Wednesday 7:30 p.m. 
Thursday 10:00 a.m. 


GRACE LUTHERAN CHURCH 
1273 For I St 383 5256 

Luthtran Church m America 
, Across Iron Central Juniar High) 
Mmuter Rev Ronald Nelson 


belmont avenue 
united church 

»Jv 3SX3 Belmont at Pemhreke 

5BM7K 

Minister-Rev Robert F McPherson 
11:99 am Worship Service 
Sunday School & Nursery 1 ire 


CAOBORO BAY UNITED 

2*25 ARBUTUS ROAO 

First Sunday 
In Advent 
10 A.M. 

“TIDINGS OF 
GREAT JOY” 

Sunday School. Nursery Car* 
REV. JOHN DAVIDSON 


FAIRFIELD 
UNITED CHURCH 

Mom at Fairfield 

9 45 a.m. Sunday School 
11:99 a.m. Worship Service 
Nursery for Children 
Minister: H. W. Kerley 


GORDON HEAD 
UNITED CHURCH 

Rev Russell K. Vickers. 
Minister 

477-0412. 477-6505 

1ST SUNDAY 
IN ADVENT 
11:15 a.m. 

“ON PLAYING 
SECOND FIDDLE” 
Sunday School at 
the same hour. 
Meeting in St. Dunstan s 
. Church, corner of Tyndall 
and San Juan 


§1. Siubr’B 

Cur. Cedar Hill and Cedar Hill X Rd. 
Rector 

The Rev l). Edward 1 Mouldea 
Lav Reader: Mr. A. K. Norm 

FIRST SUNDAY 
IN ADVENT 

8:11ft a m. Holy Communion 
11: Oft a.m. Mailtos 
Sermon: The Rector 
7:30 p.m. Holy Communion 
11:99 a.m. Sunday School- 
All Departments 


ST. MARY’S 

ELGIN ROAD 

The Parish C hurch ol Oak Bay 
The \cn Hvwel J Jone* 

L Th' Rector 

8:31a.m. Holy Communion 

9:39a.m. Family Eucharist 
11:99 a.m. Mattins 
Preacher: 

Rev. Marlowe D. Anderson 
4:119 p.m. Holy Communion 
SUNDAY SCHOOL 

ll a.m. AH Depts. 


ST. ANDREW’S DAY 

Wed., Nov. 30 
10:30 a.m. Corporate 
Communion ot Allernoon 
& Evening A.C.W.'s 


ST. MATTHIAS 

Richmond at Richatdaon 

Recthr: 

Canon W. E. Greenhalgh. L ife 
Assistant. 

Rev. David Fuller. B.Sc., M Dlv 
*” ADVENT SUNDAY 
8:90 a.m. Holy Commuxuon 
19:30 a m. Family Seance, 
Nursery 

7:311 p.m. The Adv/eut . 
Carol Service^ 



BAY 

IITED CHURCH 

511 Michigan St. 

A triendly church serving the 
whole community since 1891 

10:45« m Sunday School 
11:00 10 Morning Worship 
Ministar Riv 6108 G Smith 
598-6170 384-5821 


<#>t. peters ? 

LAKEMIUL 

Welcomes: You 
9:09 a.m. Hol\ ( Awnmuuoa 
10:39 a.m. Choral Eucharist 
Rev. W. B. Mundy. 382-4848 


Neil Street and Easidowne Road 
Rector—Rev 'ft. Neil Rotinsuu 

8:09 a.m. Hijly Communion 
9: IS a.m. Advent Service 
11:99 a.m. Morning Prayer 

p.m. 

Instructed Holy Communion 

HOLY COMMUNION 
Wednesday—10 a.m. & 7 30 p.m. 
Thursday — 10:00 a.m. 



























































































































































SATURDAY DAY-LONG FEATURES 


A Special Selection at Extra Special Savings! 


On Sale Saturday All Day if Quantities Last. 


Well-known maker 
women’s co-ordinates 

24.99-79.99 

Blazers, skirts, vests are fully lined. Pants 
included, too. All 100% wool in tartan 
preen, black, dk. brown and navy. Sizes 6- 
16 . 

Women’s Sportswear. Dept. 246, Floor of 
Fashion 


Women’s assorted 
blouses, only 

9.99-19.99 

Shirt and bow blouse styles in polyester, 
some cotton polyester in group. Assorted 
fall colors. Plains, stripes and prints 8-18. 
Women's Sportswear. Dept. 246, Floor of 
Fashion. 


1 and 2-pce. dresses 
including half-sizes 

19.99... 

Beautiful sale grouping of dresses! One 
and two-piece styles in washable, easy- 
care polyester. Assorted prints. Sizes lb- 
18. 14V*-22*2. 

Misses’ Women’s Dresses. Dept. 341. 541. . 
Floor of Fashion 


Men’s leather jackets 
priced really low! 

49.99 ... 

That’s right that's all they cost during this 
feature special! Cowhide leather jackets 
in broken sizes and colors A great buy. 
Men s Wear. Dept. 429, Main Floor 


Water Eze hose 
with mister 


7.77 


each 

Indoor watering hose and mister to care 
for plants. Fits most size faucets Made of 
flexible plastic. 50 ft. long. Keep your 
.plants healthy 

Garden Shop. Dept. 390. Main Floor. 

Home Furnishing* Building 


Dielcraft Aria II 
occasional tables now 

89.95-99.95 ... 

Aria II grouping in an oak finish and 
protected with a Duradiel finish. Italian 
Provincial design: cocktail table 99.95, end 
table 89.95. 

Furniture. Dept. 270. Second Floor. 

Yvme Furnishings Building 


Vilas Colonial • 
high-back sofa saleg 

389.95 

Vilas, one of the finest furniture makers. 
3-cushions sofa is on sale. Nylon striped 
covdr. high-back styling with showwood 
arms. 3 only. 

Colonial Furniture. Dept. 270. Second Floor. 
Home Furnishings Building 


Eaton’s own Viking 
portable dishwasher 

329.99 

Convertible model that can be built in 
later on. 5cycles, tilt guard door, fan dry¬ 
ing. and soft food disposer. White, 
avocado, gold colors. 

Dishwashers. Dept. 256. Main Floor. 

Home Furnishings Building 


Assorted framed 
reproductions 

6.99-59.99 

Subjects include landscapes, seascapes, 
flowers and animals. Beautiful selection 
of framed reproductions we re offering at 
sale prices! 

Pictures. Dept. 267. Second Floor, 

Home Furnishings Building 


OPENING HOUR SPECIALS 


Men’s casual pants. Wide choice of pat¬ 
terns and solids. Broken sizes 30-42. 
Alterations extra. Limit 1 pr. per 
customer. 

6.99 pr. 

Men's Wear. Dept. 429. Main Floor 

Men’s Discontinued Aero work pants No 
iron polyester cotton in gold color or 
green. Wide belt loops. 4 pockets. Waist 30- 
40. various leg lengths. Limit 1 per 
customer. 

4.99 ea. 

Bargain Centre. Lower Main Floor 

Jimex watches. Styles for men and 
women. Choose from ‘Cavatina’ and 
•Marlin styles. Limit of 2 per customer. 

11.99 ea. 

Watches. Dept. 215, Main Floor 

Super Glue 3. Transparent glue that per¬ 
manently adheres and repairs in seconds. 
1 drop hold 5000 lbs. Limit 2 per customer. 
1.15 ea 1 

Hardware. Dept. 258. Loner Main Floor 

Champion sparkplugs. Improve your gas 
mileage. Reliable. we|l-known sparkplugs 
in regular or resistor. Most sizes and heat 
ranges Limit 6 per customer. 

.79 ea. 

Automotives, Dept. 263. Lower Main Floor 


Long brushed nightie Printed brushed 
polvester and cotton with lace trim. Long 
sleeves. S.M.L. Limit 1 per customer. 

7.99 ea. 

Lingerie. Dept. 209. Floor of Fashion 

Rex Field Buzz Bomb. Get this excellent 
salmon fishing lure at this special low 
price. Assorted colors. Approximately 4” 

Limit 3 per customer. 

1.50 ea. 

Sporting Goods. Dept. 261. Lower Main Floor 

Gift boxed stationery. Contains 24 sheets 
of colorfully designed paper and 16 
matching envelopes. Limit 3 boxes per 
customer. 

1.59 box 

Stationery, Dept. 288. Lower Main Floor 

Wing-type corkscrew. For popping festive 
corks this season! Made in Italy. Chrome 
plated. Limit 2 per customer. 

1.24 ea. 

Housewares. Dept. 254. Main Floor. 

Home Furnishing Building 

Shultz Plant Food. 12-oz. size. Don’t starve 
your houseplants! Feed them Shultz plant 
food and see them grow. Limit 2 per 
customer. 

1.22 ea. 

Garden Shop. Dept. 380. Main Floor. 

Home Furnishings Building 


On Sale Saturday Only 
9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. 
If quantities last 
Personal Shopping Only 


Pillar Candles. Just in time for the festive 
season. These candles at 9” tall with 
scents such as vanilla, orange, flower 
basket. Limit 1 per customer. 

1.19 ea. 

Stationery, Dept. 208. Lower Main Floor 


Duralex Glassware. Made in France 
Choose from dinner plates, luncheon 
plates, soup plates, serving plates, serving 
bowls, ashtrays and mugs. Most items 
available in smoke or amber colored 
glass. Limit 6 per customer. 

.99 ea. 

Homewares. Dept. 254. Main Floor. 

Home Furnishings Building 

A 


Children’s Wear Clearance of pants. T- 
shirts. dresses, etc. All the latest styles 
and colors. 2-6. We reserve the right to 
limit quantities. 

3.99 ea. 

Children’s Wear. Dept. 211, Third Floor 

Women’s DownlJnders. Made exclusively 
for Eaton’s. Now sale priced. Sling back 
styling in black* or brown leather. Limit 1 
pr. per customer. 

18.99 pr. 

Women's Shoes. Dept. 238. Floor of Fashion 

Liquor Labels. Silver plated with names of 
various spirits. Keeps bar organized and 
adds some elegance. Limit 2 per 
customer. 

2.99 ea. 

China, Dept. 252. Main Floor, 

Home Furnishings Building 

Decorator cushions. Large 17” size toss 
cushions. Choose from two styles. Good 
color selection. Limit 2 per customer. 

6.99 ea. 

Draperies. Dept. 287. Second Floor, 

Home Furnishings Building 


Women's polyester shirt Comes in off 
white, camel, green and light grey. Long 
sleeve styling. Sizes 12-18. Limit 2 per 
customer. 

2.99 ea. 

Popular Priced Sportswear. Dept. 746. 

Third Floor 

Bronnley soap. 3 cakes per box Toilet size 
in assorted fragrances by makers of the 
finest soap in the world. Limit 2 per 
customer. 

1.97 box. 

Sundries, Dept. 212, Lower Maim Floor 

Furnace filters. Get ready for winter with 
furnace filters. Assorted sizes. Limit 2 per 
customer. 

.88 ea. 

Hard.are. Dept. til. Lower Main Floor 

Eaton's mocha Java. A delightful different 
coffee taste. Try some today. Limit 1 lb. 
per customer. 

3.46 lb. 

Hostess Shop, Dept. >71, Lower Mail Floor 


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Section Two 


Saturday, November 26, 1977 




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By PAULDe GROOT 

Coiooiit Reporter 

Dr. Basil Boulton, the spokesman for 
area pediatricians who wanted to see 
maternal and child-care facilities in the 
region combined in one hospital, has 
resigned from the regional health ser¬ 
vices committee. 


In a letter to Robert Wallace, chair¬ 
man of the regional hospital and health 
planning commission to which the com¬ 
mittee reports, Boulton said “it is obvi¬ 
ous the committee does not accept my 
expertise or the integrity of my judg¬ 
ment, as was demonstrated most vividly 
at the meeting of Wednesday, Nov. 
16 .” 






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Calders, from left, Doug, 17, Darcy, 7, Mrs. Calder, Dennis, 10, Dana, 9, and David, 11, eye future 

They’re forced to a new life 


A welfare family of seven 
was homeless Friday after 
fire gutted their mobile home 
at 2078 Ludlow Road in Sooke 
and killed the three family 
pets. 

Doreen Calder and her six 
children lost all their posses¬ 
sions in the fire, which broke 
out after the children had left 
for school. 

The family stayed with 
friends in Sooke overnight, 
and was to move to tem¬ 
porary accommodation in a 
motel today. 

Meanwhile, Victoria MLA 
Charles Barber issued an ap¬ 
peal for clothing and furni¬ 
ture for the family. 


“They’ve lost everything. 
They will be starting right 
from scratch,” Barber said. 

He said he had been in 
touch with the family social 
worker, and had been told 
that there would be very lim¬ 
ited financial assistance dur¬ 
ing the emergency period. 

His office at 1020 Blan- 
shard would be used as a 
depot for donations, and later 
workers there would try to 
find permanent accommoda¬ 
tion for the seven. 

There was no one at home- 
when the fire broke out, after 
the children left for school in 
the morning and after Mrs. 


Calder had left to visit a 
friend. The volunteer fire de¬ 
partment was called at 10:15 
a.m. by neighbors. 

“By the time we got there 
it was too late to do any¬ 
thing,” said fire chief Lome 
Fisk. “The mobile home is 
completely gutted.” 

Fisk said 16 volunteers at¬ 
tended the fire, some of them 
having been paged while at 
work. 

“I have to pay tribute to 
those volunteers, they did a 
great job," Fisk said. “All 
the training paid off, and 
they knew exactly what they 
had to do.” 

Fisk said the three family 


peLs were found dead, hud¬ 
dled in one comer of a bed¬ 
room. The dogs. Whiskey, 
Lyra and Jinx, were buried 
later Friday. 

“The children were really 
upset," said family friend 
Grace MacLcan. "They were 
very dear family pets. They 
were just part of the family.” 

Mrs. Calder could not be 
reached for comment, as she 
was sleeping under sedation, 
but she had apparently expe¬ 
rienced some problems with 
the electrical system in the 
mobile home. 

She had been contacted at 
Pat Bay Airport and told to 
return home. 


Barber said his office is 
open from noon to 5 p.m. 
Monday through Saturday, 
and workers could be phoned 
at 382-9898. There is a 24-hour 
answering service for mes¬ 
sages, Barber said. 

“They need everything— 
blankets, sleeping bags, kit¬ 
chen, bedroom and bathroom 
supplies, and if possible some 
furniture, and anything else 
that people may think appro¬ 
priate, especially with 
Christmas coming on." 

The children are D’Arcy, 7, 
Deanna and Dennis, 10. 
David, 11, Dede, 16, and 
Douglas, 17, a Colonist car¬ 
rier. 


Ogden Point dock 


Publicity job 
to travel man Hopes still alive 


Veteran travel man Fred 
Tanner of Victoria has been 
approved by the Vancouver 
Island Publicity Bureau as 
its regional co-ordinator. 

He succeeds Michael Hep- 
pell, who retired at the re¬ 
quest of the provincial gov¬ 
ernment last June. The re¬ 
tirement was announced 
amid controversy and result¬ 
ed in the resignations of bu¬ 
reau president George Man¬ 
ning and treasurer Walter 
Dodsworth. 

The bureau, an indepen¬ 
dent volunteer organization, 
gets 60 per cent of its financ¬ 
ing from the provincial gov¬ 
ernment’s tourism ministry. 
The co-ordinator’s position is 
the only paid one on the exec¬ 
utive. 

The province is divided into 
eight regions and the Island 
one-fa- second only to that of 
Vancouver, both in terms of 
visitors and dollars generat¬ 
ed by tourism. 

Tanner, 53, who has been 
engaged in the retail and 
wholesale travel industry on 



Tanner 

... veteran businessman 

the Island for the last 10 
years, is a 30-year resident of 
Vancouver. He owned and 
operated Victoria Photo Sup¬ 
ply prior to his work in trav¬ 
el. 

“1 think that we’re a bit too 
fragmented in our approach 
to the travel problem here on 
the Island," Tanner said Fri¬ 
day. 


By HUBERT BEYER 

CofcMiftt Reporter 

There are indications that 
the warehouse at Ogden Point 
dock which burned down last 
August will be replaced after 
all, and quickly. 

Negotiations between West- 
can and Ottawa for recon¬ 
struction and management of 
shipping facilities at Ogden 
Point dock will resume next 
week and are to be concluded 
within two weeks, Recreation 
and Conservation Minister 
Sam Bawlf announced Fri¬ 
day. 

Bawif said in an interview 
from Vancouver that he had 
been in touch with federal 
Transport Minister Otto Lang 
and had been able to convince 
the minister that negotiations 
should be reopened. 

Bawlfs announcement was 
confirmed by a message sent 
to Alan Emery, president of 
the Victoria Chamber of Com¬ 
merce by Jim Roche, as¬ 
sistant to the federal trans¬ 
port minister. 

The message said the min¬ 
ister felt there was room for 
further negotiations with 


Westcan and that the minis¬ 
ter had instructed his offi¬ 
cials to begin talks in Victoria 
as soon as possible. 

The message said the min¬ 
ister was aware of the impor¬ 
tance of the Ogden Point op¬ 
eration to Victoria and that 
every effort would be made to 
ensure its continuation.' 

Bawlf said the talks would 
begin Monday nr Tuesday and 
were expected to wrapped up 
within two weeks. 

He said he was confident 
a new warehouse would be 
6Wbuilt. 

One of the problems, he 
said, had been Ottawa's in¬ 
tention of letting Westcan op¬ 
erate only the pulp business 
at Ogden Point, but he added 
that he was able to prove to 
Lang that by itself, it would 
only be a marginally profit¬ 
able business. 

Bawlf said Lang now 
agreed that the only way to 
operate the shipping facilities 
at Ogden Point was on a 
integrated basis, including 
cruise ship and lumber busi¬ 
ness. 

"We must avoid the bal¬ 


kanization of operations and 
provide integrated facilities 
which are sufficiently profit¬ 
able for Westcan to be in¬ 
terested,” Bawlf said. 

The minister said he had 
been on holiday and hadn’t 
been aware until his return 
Thursday that negotiations 
had broken down. 

The last time he had feder¬ 
al and city officials and West- 
can representatives in his of¬ 
fice, “everything looked 
rosy," the minister said. 

He added that Lang had 
been very helpful and willing 
to co-operate once the prob¬ 
lem was explained to him. 

Earlier Friday, two Vic¬ 
toria organizations fired off 
telegrams to Ottawa warning 
that the city stood to lose its 
cruise ship business unless 
the warehouse at Ogden Point 
dock is rebuilt quickly. 

The Victoria Chamber of 
Commerce and the Visitors’ 
Information Centre said in a 
joint statement that the city 
couldn’t expect to retain the 
cruise ship tourist trade 
without replacement of the 
shed. 


It was at that meeting that 
a motion to combine pediat¬ 
rics, neonatology and obstet¬ 
rics in one facility failed, in 
spite of strong support for the 
idea from Boulton, the only 
pediatrician on the commit¬ 
tee. 

Boulton carried his case to 
the regional hospital plan¬ 
ning commission on Wednes¬ 
day night, and while the corf- 
mission accepted the idea 
that the services should be 
combined in one facility, as 
opposed to plans which called 
for obstetrics at the new Vic¬ 
toria General on Helmcken 
Road, and pediatrics at Royal 
Jubilee, it also moved, at the 
suggestion of Esquimalt 
Mayor Art Young, that pedi¬ 
atrics should be combined 
with obstetrics in the second 
phase of construction at 
Helmcken Road. 

That move does not com¬ 
bine the services, but in fact 
separates them for at least 
five years, Boulton said, until 
the second phase of the hospi¬ 
tal is built. 

At Helmcken Road, Boul¬ 
ton maintains, pediatrics will 
be well away from some of 
the specialized services 
available at Royal Jubilee, 
and from community services 
such as social workers, teach¬ 
ers, public health, and other 
children's facilities like the 
Queen Alexandra Solarium 
and the Pearkes Clinic. 

Boulton said in an inter¬ 
view that neither the com¬ 
mission nor the committee 
had considered some of the 
most Important aspects. 

“The commission did not 
debate the cost implications 
(a report from hospital plan¬ 
ner Murray Halkett said ren¬ 
ovations at Royal Jubilee to 
house the combined facility 
would be cheaper than new 
construction at Helmcken 
Road); it did not debate the 
hazards of having the ser¬ 
vices separated for an addi¬ 
tional five to 16 years; it did 
not debate the needs for sup¬ 
port services; operating costs 
were not debated.” 

The problems associated 
with transporting patients be¬ 
tween the two hospitals, and 
of getting physicians from one 
to the other in an emergency 
where the time delay could 
spell the difference between 
life and death, were also not 
considered, he said. 

When the committee de¬ 
feated the motion, the princi¬ 
ples involved were not discus¬ 
sed. and his expertise as a 
pediatrician was disregard¬ 
ed, Boulton said. He suggest¬ 
ed that politics was involved, 
both in the committee, where 
Victoria General personnel 
lined up against the com¬ 
bined facilities, and at the 
commission level. 

“Surely the commitment to 
good-quality care for every¬ 
body should exceed the com¬ 
mitment to any single given 
group, or to any special area 
of the city," Boulton said. 


WINTER SHOWING 
SIGN IT’LL STAY 


Weeks of blustery weather showed no sign of letting up 
around Greater Victoria Friday. 

This time It was rain that came steadily and at times 
bounced off the pavement. 

The weather office reported 21.6 millimetres at Gon¬ 
zales In the 24 hours ending 4p.m. Friday, and 31J at Pat 
Bay Airport over the same period. 

The greatest rainfall In recent times In a 24-hour period 
recorded at Pat Bay was 68.3 millimetres—in November, 
1955. 

There was one bright spot—a technicolor bright spdt—in 
an otherwise dreary day Friday. 

Vera Smith and her hnsband, Frank, of Densmore 
Road, Saanich, driving north toward Interurban Road at 
>7:46 p.m., saw a full-arch rainbow over the Highlands, 
created, they surmised, by moonlight. It was a rare phe¬ 
nomenon In an otherwise dark night. 


Hospital hit 
in job study 


By DON COLLINS 


The government-appointed 
chairman of a job evaluation 
committee expressed disap¬ 
pointment Friday with the 
manner in which Victoria 
General Hospital has reacted 
and said it was likely the 
committee would proceed 
with its findings without any 
contribution from the hospi¬ 
tal. 

“I was a bit surprised and 
disappointed with that,” 
Hugh Wilkinson said in refer¬ 
ence to hospital administra¬ 
tor James Fair's comment 
Thursday night that the com¬ 
mittee seemed in a hurry to 
have its report implemented 
and wasn't interested in re¬ 
viewing an estimated 100 mis¬ 
takes in job descriptions. 

Wilkinson said it was the 
committee that was kept 
waiting when the hospital 
failed to respond to requests 
for opinions on its job de¬ 
scriptions. He also said the 
remark concerning mistakes 
was wrong. 

The committee, which also 
includes a representative 
from the Hospital Employ¬ 
ees' Union and the Health 
Labor Relations Association, 
is finally undertaking a mas¬ 
sive job that was spelled out 
four years ago in an agree¬ 
ment aimed at ending job and 
sex discrimination in the pro¬ 
vince’s hospitals. Victoria 
General is just the first of 109 
hospitals on the committee's 


list. The job is expected to 
take at least two years. 

Fair told the Victoria Gen¬ 
eral board meeting Thursday 
night that the committee had 
come up with multiple job 
descriptions for individual job 
titles. 

He said that the way things 
were, some employees would 
get wage increases when the 
program is implemented but 
none would get reductions. 

Fair said the committee 
had made about 100 mistakes 
in its descriptions. 

Wilkinson termed the re¬ 
mark a”slap in the face" for 
all the analysts who had been 
hard at work for the commit¬ 
tee. 

He said the committee 
began about five or six weeks 
ago sending its job descrip¬ 
tions to the hospital and the 
union with the request that 
the parties respond with any 
criticisms they might have. 
The answers were wanted 
within two weeks to enable 
the committee to continue 
with its lengthy task. The 
descriptions resulted from 
meetings that began in early 
September. 

“The union has regularly 
sent all of them (appeal 
forms) back, but the hospital 
has not sent one back in that 
time,” said Wilkinson, an in¬ 
dustrial engineer who heads 
the Wilkinson, Leir and Asso¬ 
ciates Ltd. consulting firm. 
He was appointed by Labor 
Minister Allan Williams. 


Sooke residents fighting for gift of God 5 


By STEPHEN HUME 

Cofcwisl Reporter 

“We take seriously anything that may 
take from us this gift from God.” * 

With these words, a retired federal 
fisheries officer told oilport inquiry com- 
missioner Andrew Thompson that 
Sooke's multi-million dollar fishing 
economy could not afford a major oil 
spill. 

"Fishing is an annual resource and the 
people of Sooke want to keep it that 
way,” Jack Brooks told Thompson at the 
first day of a two-day public hearing at 
the Sooke Legion hall Friday. 

Jean Robinson of the Sooke Historical 
Society told Thompson: “Our beaches 
teem with life ... each form finds its life 


here, and each depends on the other... an 
oil spill would end all that." 

Thompson was told later in the three- 
hour hearing that neither the federal nor 
provincial government has established 
any facility in the Sooke area to deal with 
oil spills. 

Joanne Morris of Sooke Bluepeace 
asked Thompson: “If the oil companies 
reapply, will B.C. be opened up again to 
exploitation by oil companies?” 

(Kitimat Pipe Line set aside its appli¬ 
cation in March to build an oil port at 
Kitimat, but is expected to reapply. 
Thompson said in an interview before 
the hearing that “when and if Kitimat 
reapplies" be expects that community 


and formal hearings will resume in 
January, February and March. He said 
“there’ll be no problem with money,” 
and he said community hearings would 
be held in Prince Rupert, Port Simpson 
and Kitimat among other locations.) 

The Bluepeace spokesman, in a pre¬ 
pared statement, said the twofold “inva¬ 
sion of oil transport vessels” was char¬ 
acterized by the introduction of super¬ 
tankers and increased tanker traffic in 
Juan de Fuca Strait. 

“We urge that KitimatPipe Line be 
stopped,” she said. 

She said that if the federal government 
permitted Canada to be used to pipe oil to 
the U.S., than B.C. should enact a 


law to prevent the province from being 
exploited in that way. 

“Here tonight, we call upon B.C. to 
actively and openly support the contin¬ 
uation of this inquiry. 

“Peoples’ lives and their livelihoods, 
the sea and land they touch, are all at 
stake here." 

Thompson told the audience of 200: 
“U.S. Steel Corp. recently joined other 
companies in proceeding with an appli¬ 
cation for approval of an oilport at Port 
Angeles ... as one witness said. Port An¬ 
geles is ‘a mere oil spill away’ and is of 
special concern to this community.” 

Sooke is almost directly across the 
strait from Port Angeles. 


Gunnar Jacobsen, a north coast fisher¬ 
man, told Thompson: “1 see Kitimat as a 
real threat to my livelihood and the 
livelihood of other fishermen." 

Jacobsen named uncharted depths, 
uncharted underwater pinnacles, crazy 
tides, continual winter storms, severe 
winds, southeastern and southwestern, 
narrow channels and tight turns that 
would be impossible to navigate in 
bad weather. 

Thompson asked Jacobsen if a tanker 
could‘anchor outside Kitimat until a 
storm abated, and if it could anchor 
in a safe place, how long would that 
tanker have to wait. 

Jacobsen replied: “About six 
months." 



Thompson views Sooke Harbor 


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26 DAILY COLONIST, Victoria, B.C., Sat.. Nov. 26, 1977 



Vikings, Vikettes post wins 


BALL-CONTROL SCRAMBLE in¬ 
volves Alberta’s Pat Rooney (55) and 
Ted Anderson (22) of the Vikings during 


Bruins here tonight 


Friday night action at UVic where the 
host Vikings posted a 98-70 win over the 
Golden Bears. 


Breakers top Cougars 


Bv THE CANADIAN PRESS 
WESTERN CANADA 
Eastern Dm non 

G W L T F A P 

Flm Flon 30 14 12 4 14* 145 32 

Brandon 22 12 5 S 123 101 2* 

Regina 24 I? II 1 120 119 25 

Saskatoon 22 I 14 0 116 122 16 

Central Division 

Billings 26 13 10 3 119 IIS 29 

Lethbridge 26 12 13 1 111 101 25 

Catoarv 26 7 13 6 111 156 20 

Medicine Hat 25 I 14 3 93 111 19 

Western Division 

Portland 20 10 4 6 99 72 26 

New Westminster 20 10 7 3 17 15 23 

Victoria 24 9 13 2 104 III 20 

Seattle 17 I 7 2 77 64 II 

Friday's games 

Seattle 4 Victoria 1 

New Westminster 5 Reoina 3 

Lethbridge 10 Calgarv 3 

Flin Flon 4 Saskatoon 3 

Tonight's games 

Regina at Seattle 

New Westminster at Victoria 

Lethbridge at Medicine Hat 


Victoria Cougars can't wait 
much longer if they are going 
to stay in the Western Canada 
Hockey League's Western 
Division race. 

The only club in their divi¬ 
sion with a losing record, the 
Cougars finish off their plays 
Friday night In Seattle and 
took a 4-1 setback from the 
Breakers. 

Breakers, who have seven 
games in hand, are now with¬ 
in two points of the Cougars, 
now three points out of sec¬ 
ond place with New Westmin¬ 
ster Bruins improving their 
grip by besting the touring 
Regina Pats, 5-3. 


Vikings still in hunt 


CALGARY-University of 
Victoria Vikings didn't miss 
being 2-0 by much but at 1-1 
they are still in the title hunt 
at the Canada West universi¬ 
ty volleyball championships. 
But the UVic Vikettes lost 
both their starts Friday and 
have little hope of winning 
the women's championship. 

Vikings started their five- 
team round-robin competi¬ 
tion by losing a tough one to 
Calgarv Dinosaurs, 10-15, 15- 
6, 14-16, 15-17, but bounced 
back to take Saskatchewan's 
Huskies, 15-10,15-12,17-15. 


Leading the men’s tourna¬ 
ment are the UBC Thunder- 
birds, 2-0 with victories over 
Saskatchewan and Alberta. 

Vikettes had to start 
against UBC Thunderettes 
and couldn’t handle the de¬ 
fending Canadian and Cana¬ 
da West champions, losing 
11-15, 9-15, 8-15. Vikettes then 
lost to Calgary Dinnies. put¬ 
ting up a stern battle for two 
games before going under. 
14-16, 12-15, 1-15. 

Thunderettes, also beating 
Saskatchewan, lead with a 
2-0 start. 


By TOM KEYSER 

Among other things. Uni¬ 
versity of Victoria Vikings 
vindicated the pollsters Fri¬ 
day night. 

By defeating their old bug¬ 
aboo, the Alberta Golden 
Bears, 98-70 at UVic's 
McKinnon Gym, Vikings 
made it clear they are worthy 
of the national ranking the 
Bears lacked heading into the 
game. Although undefeated 
at 4-0 Friday afternoon, Al¬ 
berta was unranked among 
Canadian schools. 

UVic, at 3-1 and behind only 
Golden Bears in the Canada 
West University Athletic As¬ 
sociation standings, entered 
the game ninth. 

Tonight, the same two 
teams go at it again, as the 
Vikings attempt to snatch 
sole possession of first place. 
Game time is 8:30p.m. 

In a CWUAA women's 
game, UVic Vikettes rolled to 
their 45th consecutive confer¬ 
ence victory, 69-44 over Al¬ 
berta Pandas. 

Aside from the scramble 
for rankings, UVic took re¬ 
venge on the team which beat 
Vikings five of six meetings 
In 1976-77. 

Alberta’s domination of 
UVic kept Vikings from top 
spot last season, a year they 
finished second to the Bears. 

Rallying around high-scor¬ 
ing Billy Loos, who netted 28 
points. Vikings quickly 
grabbed an advantage, 
chalking up a 13-4 score by 
the six-minute mark. 

Although the Bears applied 
pressure occasionally, com¬ 
ing within seven points of 
UVic with about eight mi¬ 
nutes to go in the half, Vik¬ 
ings were able to widen the 
gap by the midway buzzer. 
UVic led 41-34 at half-time 

While Loos, the six-foot- 
four ex-Boston College 
forward, provided the crowd 


The Original Knight 

Ksolunar tables 

%k/When To Fiah^X 
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Sport today 


CURLING 

8 a.m.-Continuation of 
play in Pacific Coast Asso¬ 
ciation’s annual Totem Bon- 
spiel. Playland Curling Clnb: 
Juan de Fuca; Esquimau 
Sports Centre; Racquet Club 
of Victoria. 

BOWLING 

9 a.m.-Continuation of 
B.C. Women's Tenpin Asso¬ 
ciation tournament, Mayfair 
Lanes. 

FIELD HOCKEY 

12:45 p.m. -Island 
Women's Association: Oak 
Bay vs. Rebels, Windsor 
Park; UVic vs. Mariners, 
UVtc; Rebels Red vs. Cast¬ 
aways, Lansdowne Junior 
Higb School. 

2:3* p.m.-Island Women’s 
Association: Spartans vs. 
Sandpipers, Mount Douglas 
High School; Sailors vs. 
Cowlchan, Beacon Hill Park; 
Sauderlings vs. Hobbits, 
Lansdowne Junior High 
School; Rebels Gold vs. 
Evergreens, Lansdowne Ju¬ 
nior High. 

RUGBY 

1 p.m.-Island Union, sec¬ 
ond division; Oak Bay Wan¬ 
derers vs. Cowtchan, Wind¬ 
sor Park; Castaways vs. 


James Bay Athletic Associa¬ 
tion, Carnarvon Park; Royal 
Roads vs. Saanich Velox, 
Royal Roads. 

2:36 p.m.-Island Union, 
first division; JBAA vs. Cast¬ 
aways, Macdonald Park; 
Oak Bay Wanderers vs. UVic 
Vikings, Windsor Park. 

2:30 p.m.-Island Union, 
second division: Agrarians 
vs. Nanaimo. Layritz Park. 

BASKETBALL 

7 p.m.-Canada West Uni¬ 
versity Athletic Association, 
women's league: UVic Vi¬ 
kettes vs. Alberta Pandas, 
McKinnon Gym, University 
of Victoria. 

8:34 p.m.-Canada West 
University Athletic Associa¬ 
tion, men's league; UVic 
Vikings vs. Alberta Golden 
Bears, McKinnon Gym, 
UVic. 

HOCKEY 

8 p.m.-South Island Junior 
**B” League; Mill Bay Is¬ 
landers vs. Fuller Lake 
Flyers, Mill Bay Areua. 

8:3* p.m.-Western Canada 
League: Victoria Cougars vs. 
New Westminster Bruins, 
Memorial Arena. 

8:30 p.m.—South Island Big 
Six League: Chemainus 
Blues vs. Juan de Foci Mer¬ 
chants. Fuller Lake Arena. 


The Bruins, who have four 
games in hand, play here to¬ 
night. 

Cougars were victimized 
by early goals in both the 
first and second periods and 
(ought uphill all the way in 
their first visit to Seattle. 
George Baut opened the scor¬ 
ing with the game only 47 
seconds old. and Anthony 
Thomas made it 2-0 in the 
second minute of the second 
period. It was 3-0 when Curt 
Fraser prevented the shut¬ 
out, and the Cougars never 
threatened seriously. 

In New Westminster, the 
Bruins were 3-0 before the 
game was nine minutes old. 
loafed to 3-3 by the midway 
point of the second period 
and managed enough of a 
rally to get the points. Terry 
Kirkham scored what was to 
be the winning goal and Stan 
Smyl found the empty net in 
the late seconds to clinch 
with his third goal of the 
game. 

In other Friday games, 
Lethbridge Broncos trounced 
Calgary Wranglers, 10-3, and 
Flin Flon Bombers stretched 
their Eastern Division lead 
by besting Saskatoon Blades, 
4-3. 

Both coaches in the Cal¬ 
gary game received word 
earlier in the day that they 
had been suspended for two 
games and fined $250. 

I League-president Ed Chyn- 
I oweth announced that the 
punishment was the result of 
I a melee in the Wednesday 
I night game between the 
clubs. Howie Yanosik of the 
Broncos was set down and 
fined because "he showed no 
control over his players" and 
Gerry Brisson because he en 
tered the referees’ room and 
had a heated exchange with 
game officials. 

"The time has come when 
the coaches have lo shoulder 
a little responsibility for 
some of the goofy things that 
happen in our league." Chyn- 
oweth said. 

First Period 

I. Seattle. Bub I (Dunn. Lowdermilk) 
0:47 

Psnaittes—Heck v. Fritz V 9:29. Dies Se 
13:06, Fraser V minor, maior. misconduct. 
Kerr Se maior 14:04. Walter Se 15:50. 

Second Pert od 

2 Seattle, Thomas (Walter) 1:50 
3. Seattle. Dies (Walter, Kolman) 6:02 
4 victoria, Fraser (Jansch, Robertson) 
19:53 

Panamas—Morton V 3:44, Cochrane V 
5:17. Lang V 5:55. Buat Sc minor miscon¬ 
duct. game misconduct 14:07, Graves Se 
11:23. 

Third Ported 

S. Seattle. Rausse (Dunn) 3.44 
Penalties—Cochrane v 0:33. Morton V 
misconduct 4:46. Marsh Se 5:59, Hatfield 
Se 9:09, Seattle benen 14:26. 

Shots an gaol by 

Victoria 14 • 12-24 

Seattle 9 14 9-32 

Goat—Frost, victoria; Nakraylwo, Seat- 
1e. 

1*317 


of about 200 fans with most of 
the thrills, rookie Craig Hig¬ 
gins captured his share of 
attention early. 

Replacing Loos after UVic 
took a fairly safe lead, the 
Oak Bay alumnus made a 
pair of spectacular steals, 
converting them into baskets. 

Working a regular shift 
from then on, he wound up 
with 14 points. 


And ubiquitous guard Rob¬ 
bie Parris, though he finished 
with merely six points, con¬ 
tributed to countless more 
via some energetic playmak¬ 
ing. 

Alberta came on strongly 
intbe second half, coming clo¬ 
sest to grabbing the lead 
around the nine-minute 
mark. With the score 59-57 
UVic, though, Parris, Loos 


Bays top Abbotsford 


ABBOTSFORD-VIctoria 
teams lost two of three exhi¬ 
bition high school basketball 
games played here Friday 
night but Oak Bay Bays 
showed why they start the 
season ranked as the pro¬ 
vince’s No.l boys team. 

TLed by Ken Kirzinger, who 
scored 24 points, pulled down 
22 rebounds and blocked 11 
shots, the Bays rolled over 
Abbotsford, 75-51. Kelly Du- 
keshire supported Kirzinger 


with a 22-point performance. 

The Oak Bay girls’ team, 
which got 12 points from 
Heather Benson, was nosed 
out by Mennonlte Education¬ 
al Institute, 38-34. 

In the other boys' game. 
North Surrey defeated Vic¬ 
toria, 75-61. Terry Harris and 
Bob Godfrey scored 14 and 12 
points, respectively, for the 
losers. * 

The boys’ teams reverse 
opponents tonight. 


and Brian Sutherland-Brown 
combined to engineer a final 
push that left Alberta flat. 

Sutherland-Brown collect¬ 
ed 15 points over-ail 

After Alberta's assault on 
the lead. Vikings roared back 
to put 14 points on the board, 
while Golden Bears could 
reply only with a single bas¬ 
ket. 

From that point, it was 
smooth sailing (or Ken 
Shields’ Vikings, who shot 53 
per cent from the floor. 

Almost as smooth as for the 
Vikettes, who haven't 
dropped a regular-season 
game in more than two full 
seasons. 

CWUAA scoring-leader 
Carol Turney was again the 
sparkplug for UVic, netting 
24 points, while Leslie God¬ 
frey and Shelly Godfrey 
picked up 10 points each. 

The victory solidified 
UVic’s hold on first place in 
the women's league, a spot 


they shared with Saskatche¬ 
wan going into the game. 

At that time, each was 4-0 
Lori Chizik’s 18 points led 
Pandas, now 2-3. 


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a; BrianSytltarlanO-Brown IS; CltrlaHabb 
a; Gary Btxld a; Ian Hyde-Lev I; Lome 
Dakin tt; Billy Laos n. ALBERT*!*)) 
Brant paltanon 14; Keith Smith 13; Mthy 
Abercrombie.; Colin Fennell 13; Leonard 
Davlduk 3; Ruben Baker 0. Mark Jorgen 
ten a; Bob EngaH 2; Pal Rooney 1L 


vlKETTEStaat-Melrl Anne Lonwnore 
4; Cerol Turney 24; Leslie Godfrey 10. 
Brende Smith 2; Merg Menewerlno 6; 
Ronnl Hllnda; Shelly Godfrey 10; Luenne 
Hebb 1 ALBERTA(44l-Lorl Chlllk 11; 
Keren Johnson 2; Trlk Konnekem 14; 
snerrv Stevenson 4; Janet Bosche 6. 

Hockey 

AMERICAN 

Maine 2. New Haven 2 
Rochester 3, Nova Scotia 3 
Hampton 5, Blnghampton 3 
Philadelphia 4, Hershev i 

ONTARIO MAJOR JUNIOR 
Niagara Falls 5. Hamilton 2 
Kingston 10, Toronto 4 
Ottawa 6. Sudbury 6 
Kitchener a. Oshawa 4 
ni. i 


REGINA (3) - Doug Wickenheiser. Ron 
Parent, Trev Bowertng; NEW WEST (5) ■ 
Stan Smvl (3). Terry Kirkham. Nell Meed- 
more. Attendance: 1,903. 

FLIN FLON (4) - Steve Blue 2. Met Blluk. 
Ray Neufetd; SASKATOON (3) • Wayne 
Merkel, Brent Ashton, Dan Bent. Atten¬ 
dance: 2.499 

CALGARY (3) Rod Denchuk. Eugene 
O'Sullivan. Richard Young; LETH¬ 
BRIDGE (10) - Steve Tambetllnl 3. Bran- 
din Schultz 2, Rod Gutmont. Darryl Sutter. 
Dean Sol helm, Gord Williams and Earl 
ingarheld 


Flyers and Hawks win 


According to the Solunar Tables 
calculated for this area, the best 
limes for hunting and fishing for the 
next 48 hours will be as follows 
(times shown are Pacific Stan¬ 

dard): 

Minor Major Minor Major 
A.M. P.M. 

TODAY 

4:35 11:15 5:00 11:40 

TOMORROW 

5:25 11:55 5:55 — 

Minor periods, shorter duration, 

light type. 

Maior periods, lasting lVa to 2 
hours are shown in bold. 


Esquimalt 
tops Rays 

Esquimau Legion erupted 
for nine second-period goals 
Friday night at Esquimalt 
Sports Centre on their way to 
a 13-3 South Island Junior B 
win over Victoria Ray’s Red 
Wings, who were playing 
without high-scoring Wayne 
Proceviat who is on a three- 
game trial with Victoria Cou¬ 
gars. 

Kevin Kennedy, Jim But¬ 
ters and Terry Parsons fired 
three goals each for the win¬ 
ners while Murray Allen con¬ 
tributed a pair of goals and 
Pat Duncan and Gerry Lindal 
got the others. Tom Turn- 
bull, Ross Anderson and Ken 
Marchtaler. 

Dave Peters back the win¬ 
ners by kicking out 21 shots 
while Marty Blitch and Dave 
Waight, who shared duties 
(or Rays, made 38 saves. 

In a game at Lake Cowi- 
chan, the host Bairds scored 
a 4-1 win over Mill Bay. 

Ron Hughes. Bill Marsh, 
Glen Smith and Dale DeBodt 
scored for the winners with 
Paul Schwam scoring for Mill 
Bay. 


Huskies in 

LOS ANGELES (AP) — 
Frank Jordan, who had 
missed two extra points dur 
ing the game, kicked a 38- 
yard field goal with two sec¬ 
onds remaining Friday night 
to give Southern Cal a 29-27 
victory over UCLA, knocking 
the Bruins out of the Rose 
Bowl and putting the Trojans 
in the Bluebonnet Bowl. 

The victory gave Southern 
California a berth in the 
Bluebonnet Bowl against 
either Texas or Texas A and 
M. and also handed the Pacif¬ 
ic Eight Conference title and 
the Rose Bowl trip to Wash¬ 
ington Huskies. The Huskies, 
with a 6-1 Pacific Eight 
mark, will meet Michigan of 
the Big Ten in Pasadena on 
Jan 1. 


Additional sport 
P.28, 29, 32 


Philadelphia Flyers, who 
still have two games In hand, 
passed New York islanders 
Friday night to regain lead¬ 
ership of the National Hock¬ 
ey League’s Patrick Division 
by routing Cleveland Barons. 
7-2, in rough-house action in 
Philadelphia. 

In Friday’s other game. 
Chicago Black Hawks pad¬ 
ded their lead in the Smythe 
Division to three points by 
knocking over Colorado's 
slipping Rockies, 5-1. 

A bench-clearing brawl 
which started in the last mi¬ 
nute of the first period high¬ 
lighted play in Philadelphia. 
Four players. Mike Christie 
and Gary Holt of the Barons 


Tonight's Detroit at Mon¬ 
treal game will be telecast on 
channel 8, starting at 5 p.m. 


and Rick LaPointe and Andre 
Dupont of the Flyers, re¬ 
ceived game misconducts 
with a total of 76 penalty 
minutes handed out for the 
affray. 

Flyers had little difficulty 
in picking up the points, out- 
shooting the Adams Division 
trailers 41-22 in the first two 
periods. Team-captain Bobby 
Clarke had two goals and 
drew an assist on the shot by 

* ★ * 

CLEVELAND L PHILADELPHIA 7 
Pint Pvfiod 

1 PtlllAdNoflii, CI«rK« 7 (LCACft. 0.1 
Ny) 0:25 

2 C lev*and, Gardner 5 (F Idler, Chrlv 
tie) 6:29 

3. PtiiisdetoWa, Leacti 9 (McCarthy, 
Clarke) 11:11 

4. Philadelphia. Oean X 14:42 

Psnamss—OuPont pha 0:57. Molt Cle 

7:30. Barber Pha 0:34, Bridgman Pha 
11:11, Ahearn Cle 16:JX Christie Cle 
maior, game misconduct. Lapointe Pha 
maior. game misconduct. Holt Cle minor, 
maior. oame misconduct. Fidler Cle 
maior, Bndoman. Pha maior. DuPont Pha 
double minor, maior, game misconduct 
19: II. 


Reg Leach which broke a 1-1 
tie midway through the first 
period. Leach had two assists 
to go with his ninth goal. 

Hawks, who are in Vancou¬ 
ver tonight to take on the 
second-place Canucks, avoid¬ 
ed a scramble with their han¬ 
dling of the Rockies, who 
could have moved into a 


first-place tie despite their 
unimpressive record. It’s a 
typical Smythe Division 
struggle with the Hawks a 
lOth-place club overall but 
leading by three points de¬ 
spite a 6-7-7 log. 

Centre Iyan Boldirev, the 
club's leading scorer last 
season, scored twice in the 


second period and once in the 
third period to kdep the 
Hawks safely in front. Hawks 
had a 32-14 shooting edge 
while running up'a 4-0 lead in 
the first two periods and 
weren't seriously pressed 
when the Rockies managed 
19 shots in the last 20 mi¬ 
nutes. 


Skillings , Sigurdson 
among four unbeaten 


5. Philadelphia. Bladon 2 (Bridgman, 
Klndrachuk) 14: SO 

6. Cleveland, Hampton 2 (Mantrv. 
Gardner) 17:41 

7. Philadelphia. Sale*! II (Ktafr-a- 
chuck. Dean) 19:17 

Panamas—Klndrachuk Pha double 
minor, Edwards Cle. Dallev Pha 1:00. 
Kuzyk Cle 19:09 

Third Period 

I Philadelphia. Clarke • (Kmdrachuk. 
Leach) 5:44 

9 Philadelphia. Dallev 10 (Lomberrv. 
MacLeish) 13:0* 

PsnaUttes—Ketlv Pha 1:44. Barber Pha 

2:24, Ahem Cle 5:34. 


1 ? 10 6-21 
21 20 7—40 


Cleveland 
Philadelphia 
O—l E dwards. Cleveland; Parent. 
Philadelphia. 

-17,077. 


CHICAGO X COLORADO I 
First Parted 

1 Chlcaoo. Wilson 7 (Kelly. Tallon) 19:49 
Pmeittes—Bullev Chi 6:40. Severd Chi 
9:01. Beck Col 11:11, Van Boxmeer Col 
17:10. 


? Chicago. Korotl 3 (Rota. Tallon) 1:06 
3. Chicago. Boldirev 7 (Bullev) 14:50 
4 Chicago. Boldirev • (Bullev. Mulvev) 
15:10 

Penalty—Russel 1 Chi 2:35. 

Third Period 

5. Colorado, Arnason 1 (Van Boxmeer. 
Leflevl 6:15 

6. Chicago. Boldirev 9 (Bullev) 12:51 
Penalties—Savard Chi 5:00, Mulvev Chi 

13:30. Savard Chi 17:02. 

Shots on goal bv 

Chicago it u 6-3t 

Colorado 5 9 19—33 

G oal Esposito. Chicago. Faveil. Colo¬ 
rado 

Attendance 10,730. 


Norris Division 

G W L T F A P 
20 13 4 3 73 40 29 

19 9 6 4 57 49 22 

It 9 6 3 * 57 44 21 

19 5 10 4 60 II 14 

20 2 14 4 40 B I 

Adams Division 

20 11 5 4 64 49 26 

20 12 6 2 71 55 26 

17 II 4 2 61 43 24 

19 6 II 2 46 69 14 


Montreal 
Los Angeles 
Detroit 
Pittsburgh 
Washington 


Buffalo 

Toronto 

Cleveland 


Pett** Division 

Philadelphia 19 12 4 3 U 41 27 

NY islanders 21 10 5 6 10 41 26 

Atlanta 20 7 7 6 54 6t 20 

NY Rangers 20 • 10 2 69 72 II 

Smythe Divislea 

Chicago 20 6 7 7 51 S3 t9 

Vancouver 19 6 9 4 51 77 16 

Colorado It 6 9 3 67 61 15 

Minnesota 19 5 12 2 54 II 12 

St Louis » 4 13 3 50 12 11 

Tonight's Games 
NY Rangers at Boston aft 
NY islanders at Pittsburgh 
Los Angeles at Atlanta 
Detroit at Montreal 
Washington at Toronto 
Chicago at Vancouver 
Colorado at Minnesota 
St Louis at Cleveland 


Steve Skillings of Victoria 
and Gary Sigurdson of Lang¬ 
ley, zone winners last season 
who were among the last 
three rinks in the Pacific 
Coast Curling Association 
playoff final, are both close 
to getting a jump on the play¬ 
off field and qualifying for 
this season's final through 
the Totem Bonspiel. 

Both are unbeaten after 
three days of play and out to 
the fours of the primary 
Super-Valu event along with 
Ed Gee of Mission and John 
Campbell of Vancouver. 

One of the two playoff 
berths at stake in the bon- 
spiel will go to the winner of 
the primary event. The los¬ 
ing finalist will return to Vic¬ 
toria next weekend along 
with all PCCA rinks winning 
in any of the five other events 
to decide the second playoff 
spot in a double-knockout 
competition. 

Skillings, who knocked de- 
(ending-champion Bernie 
Sparkes out in last season's 
playoff before losing to Roy 
Vinthers. eased by Ivan Car¬ 
lisle of Port Alberni, 7-3, on 
Friday morning to record his 
fifth victory. 

Sigurdson. who bested 
Skillings in one semi-final in 
the last playoff before losing 
to Vinthers in the final, also 
had an easy time of it in the 
"A" quarter-finals, besting 
Durne Brown of Vancouver. 
8 - 1 . 

Gee, who meets Skillings 
on Sunday in the semi-finals, 
had to come from behind to 
sidetrack Barry Harvey of 
Victoria. A 2-4 trailer after 
eight ends. Gee got a point 
on the ninth, found cover on 
the loth to steal the 4-4 point 
and repeated on the extra 
end with Harvey a bit heavy 
trying for the four-foot ring 
with a come-around draw. 

Campbell also had a strug¬ 
gle, squeezing out an 8-7 de¬ 
cision over Glen Hillson, un¬ 
beaten leader of the Vancou¬ 
ver Super League. 

It was down to cases for all 
rinks when play was su¬ 
spended early Friday night 
to take time out (or the bon¬ 
spiel banquet. The first three 
events were out to the fours, 
there were 16 rinks left in the 
"D” event and play had just 
got started in the last two 
events with some rinks still 
in the 64s. 

In the prizes along with the 
four unbeaten rinks were 
Brad Clarke and Keith Dagg 
of Victoria, Gaye Enns of 
Campbell River and Wayne 
Reid of Port Alberni in the 
"B" event and AL Frame, 
Ted Jurista and W.A.Morris 
of Victoria and Brent Giles of 
Vancouver in the “C" event. 

Glen Harper of Duncan, 
Doug Sutherland of Nanai¬ 
mo, Pat Horning of Coraox, 
Joe Cyr of Port Alberni and 
Dave Hunt, Vic Shorsky, 
Harvey Thomson, Bob 
Hawkes, Jim Fennell, A1 
Wick, Bud Taylor and Gordie 
Carmichael of Victoria were 
among the rinks in the 16s of 
the ”D” event. 

Today’s first draw is at 8 


a.m. with games scheduled 
at the Playland, Juan de 
Fuca, Esquimalt and Rac¬ 
quet clubs. The Oak Bay, 
Racquet and Juan de Fuca 
clubs have games scheduled 


at 10:30 this morning, the 
Racquet and Oak Bay clubs 
at 1 p.m., the Victoria and 
Racquet clubs at 2 p.m., and 
there are draws at the Rac¬ 
quet Club at 4 and 8 p.m. 


Mission, Vernon 
remain unbeaten 


COURTENAY-Mission 
and Vernon are unbeaten 
going into the last day of play- 
in the B.C. senior girls, high 
school volleyball champion¬ 
ship but three other schools, 
including Victoria, still have 
a chance. 

Nine teams qualified for 
the championship round 
robin on Thursday in a preli¬ 
minary round-robin with the 
18 schools entered divided 
into three sections of six 
teams each. Mission and Ver¬ 
non. along with Notre Dame 
of Vancouver, won all five 
games in preliminary play, 
Victoria, host George Vanier 
and and Nelson all finished 
4-1 and Smithers, South 
Peace of Dawson and Eric 
Hamber of Vancouver fin¬ 
ished third at 3-2 to get a 
long-shot chance at the cham¬ 
pionship. 

The tournament format 
calls for teams to start with 
the record they had against 


the other two teams in their 
section so the section leaders 
all started at 2-0, the second 
place teams at 1-1 and the 
third-place teams at 0-2. 

In the championship round 
robin. Mission and Vernon 
both won three times on Fri 
day and will start the final 
day at 5-0 but Notre Dame 
lost all three games and 
shares second place, at 3-2. 
with Victoria and Nelson. 

Victoria lost to Nelson. 12- 
15, 13-15, but came back to 
defeat George Vanier, 15-11, 
16-14. and Smithers. 15-13. 

The last day’s schedule 
gives the three second-place 
teams a chance to tie (or the 
lead. Mission has games left 
against Notre Dame, Vernon 
and Victoria and Vernon has 
to play Vanier and Nelson in 
addition to the co-leader. Vic¬ 
toria has a chance if itcan gel 
by Mission, finishing against 
Notre Dame and Eric 
Hamber. 



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Bombers may offer Jauch job 


MONTREAL (CP) — Ray Jaucft, mane? 
er of rootball operations for Edmonton Es¬ 
kimos, is being mentioned as a candidate for 
the vacant Canadian Football League head 
coaching job with Winnipeg Blue Bombers 
The Blue Bombers fired Bad Riley after 
being eliminated by British Columbia Lions 
in the Western Conference semi-final. 

Early speculation centred on Saskatche¬ 
wan Roughriders quarterback Ron Lancas¬ 
ter as his replacement The latest addition to 
the names being mooted is Jauch, who 


moved up to his present position after turn¬ 
ing the Eskimos' coaching job over to Hugh 
Campbell this t 


Jauch admitted lie mis ses coaching al¬ 
though he added then are some parts of the 
job he doesn't Mho. 

He said lie hasn’t a pplied or been asked 
about the Winnipeg job hot Btue Bombers 
manager Earl Lunsford snid he would be in 
touch with Jauch after the Grey Cup game 
Sunday. 


MONTREAL (CP) — It has 
been 13 years since one team 
scored more than 30 points In 
a Grey Cup Game and there 
are reasons why the pattern 
is not likely to be broken In 
Sunday’s Canadian Football 
League final between Ed¬ 
monton Eskimos and Mon¬ 
treal Alouettes. 

Defences are better than 
they used to be and both the 
Western and Eastern Confer¬ 
ence champions have defen¬ 
sive units that rank among 


the top two or three in the 
CFL. 

What’s more, the defensive 
teams are thoroughly 
schooled in every aspect of 
the offence they’ll have to 
contend with. Either team 
may try to put in something a 
little different for the game 
but there aren't likely to be 
any real surprises. 

“What can we possibly do 
that we haven’t tried at one 
time or another this year?” 


asked Montreal coach Marv 
Levy. 

To which George Dixon, the 
former Als running back and 
Hall of Fame member, adds 
that defence has shown the 
greatest improvement in the 
last-two decades. 

One is inclined to hope that 
defensive efficiency won’t 
produce a repeat of the 1975 
Grey Cup in Calgary when 
Edmonton edged Montreal 9- 
g with field-goal kickers pro- 


Tom Wilkinson holds as Dave Cutler practises field goals 


ducing all the points, and 
with the major moment of 
excitement coming when 
Montreal's Don Sweet missed 
what would have been a 
game-winning field goal In 
the final seconds. 

But it will be a.surprise if 
the two finalists match the 
total of 58 points scored in the 
1964 game in which British 
Columbia Lions defeated 
Hamilton Tiger-Cats 34-24. 

With modem coaching phi¬ 
losophy geared to the elimi¬ 
nation of mistakes, it might 
almost be a blessing if the 
weather Is Inclement enough 
to force fumbles and inter¬ 
ceptions, the sort of errors 
that can turn an otherwise 
tidy struggle into a real barn¬ 
burner. 

Montreal’s first major 
snowstorm of the season is 
forecast for today and there 
could be more than 10 centi¬ 
metres on the ground by the 
time the Grey Cup parade 
begins. 

The weather office predicts 
the skies wifi begin to clear 
on Sunday before the game 
starts at 1:30 p.m. EST. But 
the temperature is expected 
to be well below freezing. 

A record crowd of nearly 
70.000 is assured for Olympic 
Stadium although the Mon¬ 
treal transit strike will make 
it difficult for some to get 
there. 

Bobby Gimby, the com¬ 
poser-musician who has writ¬ 
ten a song. Fitness is Forev¬ 
er, for the half-time show, 
plans to lead a trek of fans 
through the streets to the sta¬ 
dium. Others will make their 
way to the game by taxi, 
private cars or on a circu¬ 
itous railway route. 

For those who stay home, 
the game will be televised in 
both English and French. 

The betting fraternity has 
made the Alouettes a three- 
point favorite, the normal 
edge awarded for home-field 
advantage In a game between 


two teams of approximately 
equal ability. 

Bruce Lemmerman will 
start at quarterback for the 
Eskimos and Sonny Wade 
will open for the Alouettes. 
But Tom Wilkinson will be 
available if Lemmerman has 
problems. And Joe Barnes, 
whose running was the main 
reason for Montreal’s strong 
early-season showing, will be 
dressed although he hasn't 
been tested, since coming 
back from a shoulder separa 
tion. 

With Barry Randall filling 
in on the Montreal offensive 
line for the injured Max 
Huber, Levy has an opening 
on his roster. He could have 
activated running-back Andy 
Hopkins, who missed much of 
the season with injuries, but 
chose instead to put in Jim 
Burrow, a strong blocker. 

The status of Willie Martin, 
who shifted from guard to 
tackle in the Edmonton of¬ 
fence this season, is still un¬ 
decided. He suffered frost¬ 
bite in his hands in Edmon¬ 
ton's 38-1 Western Confer¬ 
ence final victory over Brit¬ 
ish Columbia Lions and coach 
Hugh Campbell says he won't 
decide until just before the 
game whether Martin will 
play. If he can't, his place 
will be taken by Igor 
Grimsrud. 


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of visitors’ salaries 


soccer 


ST. PAUL. Minn. (AP) — 
The Minnesota Revenue De¬ 
partment will be keeping its 

All 

called off 

All Senior and Juvenile 
Soccer games scheduled this 
w eekend have been cancelled 
due to wet grounds. 

This includes the exhibi¬ 
tion between Gorge Molsons 
of the Vancouver Island Soc¬ 
cer League and Seattle 
Sounders Reserves, original¬ 
ly slated for Royal Athletic 
Park this afternoon and all 
Jackson Cup games. 

Oilers trade 
for McLeod 

EDMONTON (CP) — Ed 
monton Oilers of the World 
Hockey Association Friday 
announced a six-player trade 
with Quebec Nordiques. 

The Oilers said they are 
giving up netminder Ken 
Broderick, wingers Rick 
Morris and Warren Miller 
and defenceman Dave Ink- 
pen In exchange for two Nor¬ 
diques—goaltender Don Ma¬ 
cLeod and leftwinger Pierre 
Guite. 


eye on athletes visiting the 
state next year—and they 
won’t be noting batting aver¬ 
ages. goals-against averages 
or rushing statistics. 

Instead, they'll be counting 
the paycheques of visiting 
professional athletes and try¬ 
ing to determine how much 
the players must pay in state 
taxes. 

Randall Becker, head of a 
new revenue enforcement 
unit, said Friday that Minne¬ 
sota will begin enforcing a 
1961 state law that refers to 
persons who perform a “per¬ 
sonal service" in the state. 

Under the law, such per¬ 
sons as musicians and ath¬ 
letes are subject to state in¬ 
come tax on the salary they 
are paid for their services. 

The provision applies to the 
opponents of the National 
Football League Vikings, the 
National Hockey League 
North Stars and baseball's 
Americas League Twins, 
along with visiting musicians 
and other performers. 

"We really don’t know 
what amount of money we 
can collect, but there is some 
potential there,” Becker 
said. “We notified the athlet¬ 
ic teams in 1975 that we were 
going to do this, so they know 
its coming.” 

The tax has been collected 
in the past, but it was not 
enforced because the depart¬ 
ment didn't have the man¬ 
power, Becker said. The 1977 


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Cardinal scrapper embarrassed Rugby rebellion taking shape 

_ . . — ... m i nffU>inl nc tho vofonH alternation rnnrlndpH ^ ^ 


ST. LOUIS (AP) — Pugnacious St. Louis 
Cardinals guard Conrad Dobler says he's 
red faced over two player melees which 
marred the closing seconds of Thursday’s 
National Football League game against 
Miami Dolphins. 

Specifically, says Dobler. he feels repen¬ 
tant over a brush with one of the officials 
in charge of the game. 

The 257-pound Dobler, the central figure in 
the brawls, said he was confronted by an 


official as the second altercation concluded 
and was shoved in the chest. 

“He shoved me first, but I apologize," said 
Dobler, who was ejected from the game. 

Dobler said his emotions boiled over as a 
result of a scrap with Dolphins linebacker 
Bob Matheson which preceded the fighting. 

“He (Matheson) had spit at me earlier. He 
head-slapped me three times,” Dobler said 


WELLINGTON, N.Z. 
(Reuter) — Several leading 
Rugby Union players, Includ¬ 
ing members of this year’s 
New Zealand and British 
Lions teams, plan to rebel 
against the amateur code and 


“So I drove him 15 yards downfleld, and he > our England and South Afrl- 
crabbed mv face mask and nulled me down. c * as * professional Rugby 

Union squad, it was reported 




by VOLVO 


Special Edition by 


auMiitmi 



Friday. 

In a front-page report in 
The Dominion newspaper, 
rugby writer Phil Campbell 
.said the breakaway group 
planned an international se¬ 
lf ries of games in England next 
March before touring South 
Africa. 

He said an announcement 
i was expected shortly. 

Campbell named several 
now-retired New Zealand All 
tBlacks who had confirmed 
llheir availability for such a 
tour. 

The story said plans for the 
rebel tour had gathered mo¬ 
mentum during the tour of 
NeW Zealand by British Lions 
earlier this year. 

Campbell said the brea¬ 
kaway group planned a series 
of matches between a profes¬ 
sional All Black team and a 
Lions team in England and future Olympic games. 


Tim Bickerstaff, had been 
seeking the support of rugby 
players for the professional 
troupe on behalf of a major 
business company. 

Campbell quoted an un¬ 
named All Black as saying 
disenchantment with the ad¬ 
ministration of Rugby Union 
was worldwide. 

“We don’t want to become 
millionaires or anything,” 
the unnamed player said. 
“All we really want Is to be 
able to enjoy our rugby and 
be recompensed for loss of 
wages and sometimes loss of 
employment.” 

Rugby already has a pro- 
fessonal code—Rugby 
League—but Campbell's 
story makes clear that the 
rebel players still plan to re¬ 
tain the rules of Rugby 
Union, which differ slightly to 
(hose of league. 

* * * v 

KUALA LUMPUR 
(Reuter)—Lord Klllanin, 
president of the Internation¬ 
al Olympic Committee said 
Friday that the split In the 
badminton world would delay 
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TEHRAN (Reuter) — A 
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still two more matches to be 
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LONDON (Reuter) — Aus¬ 
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sounding legal victory Friday 
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In a judgment lasting more 
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The bans, the judge said, 
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ordered to pay the bulk of 


Finley talking 
to Denver group 


CHICAGO (AP) — Charlie 
Finley, owner of Oakland A’s, 
said Friday he has been in 
negotiations with a group in¬ 
terested in purchasing the 
American League baseball 
team to mov.e it to Denver. 

Finley said the negotiations 
were held Wednesday with 
Red Patterson of California 
Angels and “an individual 
who would be the primary 
owner of the team, whose 
name I am not at liberty to 
divulge.'' 


Softball meeting 

Members are requested to 
attend a general meeting of 
the Heywood Avenue Softball 
League, Sunday, 7:30 p.m. at 
the Quadra Recreation 
Centre. 


“Red was here and spent a 
day with me,” Finley said. 
“There was no solid offer. We 
talked money. Yes, I'd say 
we're In the same ball park 
as to the amount of money 
involved." 

Finley said he was leaving 
for Alabama where he has 
some business to take care of 
but would be in touch with 
Patterson again next week, 
probably Monday. 

“I'm also still negotiating 
with Robert Moody (of Gal¬ 
veston, Texas) who wants to 
buy the club and move it to 
New Orleans,” Finley said. 
“I’ll probably be talking to 
him next week, too.” 

Finley, who recently un¬ 
derwent heart surgery, said: 
“I have to sell the club be¬ 
cause of health reasons.” 


costs which have been esti¬ 
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Packer and his » players 
were not in court. They are 
all In Australia where the 
first two of his new-style in¬ 
ternational matches began 
Thursday in front of only 
small crowds. 

Packer began recruiting 
players early this year and 
the news of his plans rocked 
the placid and ordered world 
of cricket when it was re¬ 
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Since then, the game has 
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circus.” But while the game's 
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their ban, more cricketers, 
who regard themselves as 
badly underpaid compared to 
other sportsmen, joined the 
rebellion. 

Much of the appeal of 
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baffling to everyone else, 
comes from the time-honored 
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Gerard back at Aqueduct under court terms 


Dionne out 

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Nigeria battles pirates 


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anchored off Lagos. Ob Mon¬ 
day the Danish freighter Lin- 
dinger Ivory was attacked 
and boarded by pirates under 
cover of darkness. 

The captain of the 1,599-ton 
vessel, Sonnich Kromann 
Frederiksen, was shot and 
thrown overboard during the 
raid. He is reported dead. 
Some crew members were 
injured. 

On Wednesday night in 
London, the International 
Transport Workers Federa¬ 
tion claimed “someone in au¬ 
thority” was in collujion with 
the pirates. 




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Soviets find 
cat 'compass’ 
homing organ 


MOSCOW (Reuter) — A Soviet scientist ex¬ 
perimenting on cats may have discovered how 
animals find their way home over large dis¬ 
tances, a Moscow newspaper reported this week. 

The government daily Izvestia said physiolo¬ 
gist I. Beritashvili in the Caucasian republic of 
Georgia had conducted experiments showing 
that the labyrinth canal, the organ inside the ear 
which regulates balance, acts as a natural com¬ 
pass for cats. 

In one experiment a blindfolded cat was car¬ 
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food then back to the starting point. The test 
was made in complete silence and the floor 
was covered in gasoline to neutralize the cat’s 
sense of smell. 

When it was released, still blindfolded, the cal 
went directly to the food, Izvestia said. 

The cat’s labyrinth canal was then removed 
and the process repeated. The cat wandered 
aimlessly around the laboratory, unable to find 
the food and trying to scratch off its blind¬ 
fold. 


Gibraltar talks fizzle 


STRASBOURG, France 
(Reuter) — Britain and Spain 
have ended talks on the fu¬ 
ture of the British colony of 
Gibraltar with expressions of 
good will but no visible re¬ 
sults. 

British Foreign Minister 
David Owen read out a brief 
communique to waiting re¬ 
porters stressing the "friend¬ 
ly, co-operative and con¬ 
structive” atmosphere of the 
talks. 

But he gave no indication 
that anything had been said 
in the 2(4 hours of talks which 
might lessen the considerable 
differences between the two 
sides over the future of The 
Rock. 

The talks involved Owen, 
his Spanish counterpart Mar 
celino Creja Aguirre and Gi¬ 


braltar politicians Sir Joshua 
Hassan. the chief minister, 
and opposition leader 
Maurice Xiberra, who at¬ 
tended as part of the British 
delegation. 


Spain’s campaign to re¬ 
sume control over Gibraltar, 
a British possession since 
1704, has been a constant 
thorn recently in relations 
between London and Madrid 


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The Seeing Hand 37.50 

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cases of two Pacific Western 
Airlines stewardesses laid off 
because they became preg¬ 
nant will go to the Supreme 
Court of Canada next month. 

The federal justice depart¬ 
ment has moved for permis¬ 
sion to appeal against the air¬ 
line and high court officials 
say the motion will be heard 
Dec. 5. 

PWA, the western Canada 
airline now owned by the Al¬ 
berta government,' was 
charged under the Canada 
Labor Code in 1974 for laying 
off stewardesses Gail Ander 
son and Janet Asselstine 
after they became pregnant 

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DAILY COLONIST, Victoria, B.C., Sat., Nov. 26, 1977 31 



seats in last weekend's elec 
tion, doubling the represents 


al district. She also was a 
voluntary exile during much 
of the dictatorship 
The communists again 
voted in veteran Mina Van 
nou, who was imprisoned by 
the Nazis in the Second World 


parliament. 

The final count showed that 
the fourth-placed communist 
party had bv far the greatest 
proportion of women depu- 


173 deputies. 

Among the best known is 
Lady Amalia Flemming, 
widow of the discoverer of 
penicillin, who comes into 
parliament with the Social¬ 
ists. She is also president of 


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Greek women voted to power 


ATHENS! AP) — Women 
have won their greatest share 
ever in the male-dominated 
Greek parliament. 

Actress Meiina Mercouri. 
52. and two young women 
who helped lead a student 
revolt in 1973 will be among 
the new faces in the Greek 
parliament. 

Women won a total of 12 


tion they won in 1974, accord-—ties, four of a total of II seats 


ing to final seat allocations. 

The 12, however, comprise 
only four per cent of the 300 
parliamentary deputies. 

Premier Constantine Cara 
mantis' conservative New 
Democracy parly won the 
election by a comfortable 
majority, taking 42.2iper cent 
of the vote and 174 seats-In 


the party won. 

The major opposition Pan 
heilenic Socialist Party had 
four women deputies out of 92 
positions it won. The third 
place United Democratic 
Centre includes one woman 
deputy among 15 positions it 
won, and the governing New 
Democracy party, three of 


the Greek University 
Women's Association, and 
from exile in Britain cam¬ 
paigned against the dictator¬ 
ship that ruled Greece from 
1967 to 1974. 

Sitting alongside her in 
parliament will be co-party 
member and actress Melina 
Mercouri, who won a land 
slide majority in her elector- 


War for being a member of 
the Greek resistance. 

The new deputies include 
two communists. Maria Da- 
manakl and Aimilla Ypsllan- 
li. Both were involved in a 
student uprising in No¬ 
vember 1973 and were arrest¬ 
ed and imprisoned when the 
government crushed the re¬ 
volt. 


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New stadiums force delay 
in gate-equalization talks 


32 DAILY COLONIST, Victoria, B.C., Sat., Nov. 86, 1977 

Punters collect big 

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - Two lucky ticket holders 
collected a record J26.39S.2* payoff on a $3 trifecta wager 
whea the wtaalag combination of 6-12-1 came home at 
Beulah Park race track Friday. 

The payoff topped the previous record of $20.(88.30 on 
Nov. 3, 1970. To win the trifecta, a bettor must select the 
first, second and third place horses In order. 

Klnjaal won the featured ninth race by three-quarters of a 
length after moving up from ninth place on the back stretch 
awl paid $52.80, $24.(0 and $ 12 . 20 . 

Go on T.V. returned $18 and $10.80 for second and Patron 
de Cien, $4.80 for show. 


Ballesteros leads 

—^ 


TOKYO (AP) — Spain’s 
Severiano Ballesteros shot a 
two-under-par 70 Friday and 
grabbed a one-stroke lead 
after the second round of a 
$250,000 golf tournament. 

The 20-year-old Ballesteros 
had four birdies and two 
bogeys on the 6,986-yard, par- 
72 Phoenix Country Club 
course and brought a 36-hole 
total to 138, slx-under-par. 

Winner of the Japan Open 
last week, Ballesteros was 
one stroke behind Miller Bar¬ 
ber of the United States going 
into the second round of play. 

Barber, 1977 Professional 
Golfers’ Association cham¬ 
pion, had a 71 Friday to fall 
into a second-place tie with 
Japan's Shinsaku Maeda 
with a 139 total. Maeda regis¬ 
tered a 67, the best score of 
the day. 

David Graham of Australia 
moved into fourth place with 
a 68—140. Americans Andy 


Bean and Jerry McGee were 
tied for fifth place at 141 with 
Japan's Torn Nakamura. All 
three players had 70s Friday. 

Hubert Green, 1977 U.S. 
Open champion; Hsieh Yun- 
gyo of Taiwan and Takashi 
Murakami of Japan were tied 
for eighth place with 142s. 

Defending-champion Gra¬ 
ham Marsh of Australia 
Jumped to a 11th place’tie 
with Rik Massengale of the 
U.S. and Fujio Kobayashi of 
Japan with 143 totals. Gra¬ 
ham, who was in 27th place 
after the first round Thurs¬ 
day, shot a 70. 

Sixty players of the 90 
made the cut at 150, six over 
par, for (he final two rounds 
today and Sunday. 

Johnny Miller, 1976 British 
Open champion, and Jerry 
Pate, this year’s Phoenix 
Open winner, were out of 
contention for the $50,000 first 
prize. 


MONTREAL (CP) - A de¬ 
cision whether to change 
gate-equalization arrange¬ 
ments within the Canadian 
Football League has been de¬ 
ferred until the league’s an¬ 
nual meeting In Toronto Feb. 
17-18, commissioner Jake 
Gaudaur said Friday. 

He told reporters at his an¬ 
nual pre-Grey Cup news con¬ 
ference the Select Committee 
On Revenue Equalization- 
described as “the Score com¬ 
mittee”—will hold further 
meetings before a vote is 
called for in about six weeks. 

Establishment of the 70,- 
000-seat Olympic Stadium as 
the home of Montreal 
Alouettes has put a new face 
on the need for equalization. 

Toronto Argonauts play in 
the large CNE stadium and 
Edmonton Eskimos will fin¬ 
ish next season in the 42.000- 
seat Commonwealth Games 
stadium. 

The current program calls 
for each club to take an aver¬ 
age of audited gate receipts, 
with teams that draw more 
than the nine-team average 
paying up to $75,000 a club. 
There is no legislated limit on 
the amount a less-prosperous 
team can withdraw from the 
pot under the formula. 

Another area of revenue 
equalization is in television 
money, Gaudaur said, com¬ 
paring the amount of money 
available to a team such as 


Toronto with the amount 
available to one such as Sas¬ 
katchewan Roughriders. 

In 1968, Eastern CFL teams 
received about twice as much 
money from television as did 
western teams. A formula 
was established to equalize 
the revenue and Gaudaur 
said with pride that complete 


ST. LOUIS (AP) — Bob 
Plager has been recalled 
from his scouting duties for 
St. Louis Blues and will begin 
working out with the National 
Hockey League team Friday. 

Plager, who announced his 
retirement Oct. 1, has been a 
scout for the Blues since 
then, covering junior and col¬ 
lege hockey and also pre¬ 
scouting NHL games. 

In announcing the move, 
Blues president Emile Fran¬ 
cis said: “We are recalling 
Plager to duty because this 
club has defensive problems 
which we did not anticipate at 
the time we reassigned him. 
We believe that he can allevi¬ 
ate these problems.” 

Francis said it would take 


parity will exist in next 
year’s television contract. 

"We all know that If the 
Canadian Football League Is 
going to continue, there must 
continue to be some form of 
equalization," said the com¬ 
missioner. 

Toronto owner. Bill Hodg¬ 
son, Eastern Conference pre¬ 


seven to 10 days for Plager to 
get back in the Blues’ lineup. 

Thursday the club sent 
Rick Bourbonnais, John 
Smrke and Bob Hess to the 
Salt Lake City Golden 
Eagles, the team’s Central 
Hockey League affiliate. 

The Blues, in the cellar of 
the NHL’s Smythe Division 
with a 4-13-3 record, also re¬ 
called veterans Floyd Thom¬ 
son and Brian Ogilvie from 
the Golden Eagles. 

“We won't hesitate to make 
other moves as necessary in 
order to weed out what is 
wrong with this club,’- 
Francis said. “And if a good 
deal comes along, I won't 
hesitate.” 


sident. said the heavy discus¬ 
sion did not lead to a vote. 

“We endorse the need for 
an equitable system," said 
Hodgson. “We hope confi¬ 
dently that a solution can be 
found.” 

Changes in gate equaliza¬ 
tion require unanimous ap¬ 
proval. The only unanimity 
admitted Friday was that all 
teams favored deferring fur¬ 
ther talks to February, but 
Gaudaur said enough 
progress was made to allow 
cancellation of a planned af¬ 
ternoon meeting. 

The league approved Nov. 
25 as the 1979 Grey Cup date 
but has not settled on a loca¬ 
tion. Gaudaur said Montreal 
officials have said a formal 
bidawlll be submitted later. 
No other bids have been re¬ 
ceived. 


Grenada joins 
Games* roster 

EDMONTON (CP) — 
Grenada has become the 30th 
country to accept an invita¬ 
tion to the 1978 Common¬ 
wealth Games to be held here 
next summer.The announce¬ 
ment makes Grenada the 
sixth Caribbean member of 
the Commonwealth to enter 
the 1978 Games. A total of 48 
nations are eligible to partici¬ 
pate. 


Plager recalled 
by ailing Blues 


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For Billie Jean King 
it’s always centre stage 


By LINDA KOZUB 
Colonlst-Copley Service 


No matter who’s'on 
centre court, Billii Jean 
King is on centre stage. 

Can the 33-year-old ath¬ 
lete ever regain her sta¬ 
tus as the No. I female 
tennis player? Will her 
knees hold out? Is that a 
smile she’s wearing or 
is Ms. King gritting her 
teeth to bear down harder 
on her opponents? 

There’s no time for her 
to tune in later. 

"I may not" 
good years left.” grins 
Ms. King, who granted an 
interview in a locker 
room where her knees 
are on ice. “I have to 
have ice for an hour a 
day. That’s a sign right 
there that I’m getting 
older. 

“There were three 
times in my life when 
something happened to 
make me more aware of 
myself, and how much 
tennis means to me. One 
of those limes was when 
I had knee surgery," she 
says. 

“You have to make a list 
for yourself. First, you 
find out something about 
the technical, physical 
parts of your game. Then 
you look into your person¬ 
ality to find out about at¬ 
titude. and what’s right 
or w rong in your head. 

“It’s impassible to pin¬ 
point what percentage 
the mental part of the 
game has on your suc¬ 
cess. Some days, it’s 90 
per cent." 

She has solicited the 
help of a statistician (who 
worked for the New York 
Apples of World Team 
Tennis last season) to 
closely watch the pioves 
of her opponents during 
matches. Although she 
didn’t go into detail, it is 
clear that this informa¬ 
tion is reviewed by her in 
a kind of mental movie, in 
which the pastgame films 
may become the basis for 
future tennis battle plans. 

"The statistician sup¬ 
plies me with percent¬ 
ages of errors on certain 
shots which helps me ob¬ 
serve better and concen¬ 
trate more on that in¬ 
dividual player, she says. 


'What I want for myself 
and all women in tennis 
is that we are able to 
control our destiny 9 -King 


Her talent is as sharp as ever 


“What I want for my¬ 
self and all the women in 
the game is that we con¬ 
trol our destiny," com¬ 
ments Ms. King, “so they 
can live their lives with¬ 
out answering to anyone. 

“I want all the younger 
players to have a sense of 
history, to hear about 
what women's tennis was 
like before all the money 
came along. 

“But.” she added sour¬ 
ly, "I would never want 


them to go through the 
political hassles and gar¬ 
bage that I did. where 
people were controlling 
me at every turn." 

Ms. King has charmed 
the press recently, teased 
overseas reporters about 
British accents and left 
everyone laughing. 

“But I'm still a little 
leery,” she remarks. 
“Not too long ago, the 
English press, and every¬ 
one else, was talking 
about how I was washed 


up as a player. No one 
wanted an interview 
then. Now, I’m going to 
have to go easy, because I 
haven’t forgotten. I’m not 
stupid.” 

In past months, the for¬ 
mer first lady of tennis 
has undergone strenuous 
exercising, workouts and 
road trips. She has 
proved by winning that 
her talent is as sharp as 
ever. 

“When I care about 
something, I’ll really 
push myself, no matter 
what it involves,” she 
says. “My husband, 
Larry, says I work twice 
as hard as everyone else 
because I doubt myself so 
much. Maybe he’s right. 
If I knew absolutely that I 
could win all the time, I 
wouldn’t be pushing my¬ 
self so hard. 

“He understands me. 
But he can’t figure out 
why I go out there and 
subject myself to every¬ 
thing.’” She laughs. By 
“everything" she means 
the criticism, the 
seif-analysis and the 
pain. 

“I’m constantly in 
pain, but I’ve lived with 
that so long, I hardly no¬ 
tice it. I acceptghe pain." 

She is optimistic. She’s 
reaching out for lobs and 
raring to the net like a kid 
with an obsession to 
make it big. 

“This iS my comeback, 
because I told everyone 
that I’d never play sin¬ 
gles tournaments again. 
But you don’t know how 
much I missed tennis 
when I was away. 

"Chris (Evert) says 
she wants to get away 
from is all for awhile, and 
think things out. That’s 
really good," advises Ms. 
King. "But when she is 
away for awhile, she’ll 
realize, like 1 did, how 
important the game is. Of 
course, you have to keep 
it all in perspective." 

The gnawing desire to 
be noticed again as the 
main show rather than 
the sideline attraction is 
constant with her. 

“Before too long, I hope 
people will come to tour¬ 
naments not just to see 
the superstars, but to 
watch the game," she 
said. “I bet alot fewer 
than half the people who 
ask for my autograph 
have ever been to a pro¬ 
fessional tennis match. I 
hope to see that change." 


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Section Three 


Saturday, November 26, 1977 


Page 33 


Champion of children 


Legal rights pushed 


TORONTO (CP) - A civil 
rights activist with special 
interest in the legal rights of 
children said this week that 
children should be entitled to 
legal representation just as 
adults are in Canada. 

Jeff Wilson, a lawyer and 
author of Children and the 


Law, said that “anything less 
than complete civil rights for 
children" is abhorrent and 
that parents and educators 
are living in a dream world if 
they think that present laws 
have the best interest of the 
child at heart. 

“Take, for example, di- 


Christmas fair 
to help retarded 


vorce cases," he told a forum 
on children. 

“The warring spouses can 
haggle legally over who gets 
the silver but the child of that 
couple can’t say where he 
)wants to live. No, someone 
else knows better." 

Wilson said he has no faith 
in provincial regulations or 
legislation that presume to 
act in the best interest of the 
child. 

“But I do have faith in 
complete civil liberties for 
children, just as we have for 
adults." 

He defended the right of 


children to have legal counsel 
rather than an official advo¬ 
cate appointed by the Crown. 


The Auxiliary for the Re¬ 
tarded. serving the retarded 
of Greater Victoria, will be 
holding its eighth annual 
Christmas fair next Saturday 
in First United Church hall, 
932 Balmoral. 

The fair opens are 10:30 
a.m. and goes until 4 p.m.. 
with a hot lunch being served 
from 11:30 to 1:30. and tea 
from 2 to 4. 

Sewing, knitting, gifts, 
books, plants, novelties, jew¬ 
elry, toys, used children’s 
clothing, white elephant 
items and home baking will 
be on sale, along with crafts 
and Christmas cards made 
by the retarded. 

Santa will drop in for a 
visit, and there will be games 
for people of all ages. 

The auxiliary, through its 
fund raising efforts such ay 
this, is able to give con 
siderable financial support 
for the various work-training 
and recreational programs 
for the retarded, and for 
groups homes as well, includ¬ 
ing Glendale Hospital. 

Admission to the fair is free 
of charge. 


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34 DAILY COLONIST. Victoria, B.C., Sat , Nov. 26, 1977 


ANN LANDERS 



— 60 -year-old doesn’t drink, smoke, gamble 

Dealer untouched by Nevada 


Dear Ann Landers: Please 
answer this in your column. 
I'm sure a great many people 
would appreciate the infor¬ 
mation as well as myself. 

Is there any number to call 
— any place where a person 
can report child abuse and 
not have to identify himself? 
I know of a situation that 
breaks my heart but the par 


ents are both close to me and 
I would just die if they found 
out I turned them in. 

I'm sure so many people 
would co-operate with the au¬ 
thorities if they knew they 
could do it secretly. Thank 
you for your help, Ann. — 
Want To Help But Afraid 

Dear Afraid: Every state 
offers protection for the 


Dr. H. W. McDonald 

wishes to announce 
the association 
of 

Dr. tduy Dean 

in his 

orthodontic practice at 
400-1175 Douglas Street, Victoria, B.C. 

383-6921 


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abused child through its local 
child welfare department. A 
concerned neighbor or rela 
tive can report a case of child 
abuse anonymously. 

Dear Ann Landers: May I 
respond to Kin Of Robert E. 
Lee now that my blood pres¬ 
sure Is back to normal? 

Virginia happens to occupy 
a central space on our East¬ 
ern Seaboard and we are con¬ 
sidered Easterners — NOT 
Southerners. 

1 don’t know what kind of 
characters "Kin" has been 
hanging out with, but I have 
been- to New York several 
times and I have yet to hear 
anyone .say, ‘‘Look at the 
pretty boids,” or "Where is 
the terlet?" 

Ignorant people can be 
iound in every part of the 
country. It all depends on 
with whom one keeps com¬ 
pany. — No Snob, Just Factu¬ 
al 

Dear Factual: Right you 
are. ‘'Kin” darned near 
started another Civil War. 
The most outraged readers 
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University Heights Shopping Centre 

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Store Hours: 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Mon. to Friday 
9 a.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday 


Colonist Los Anoel*» Times 

RENO. Nev. — Doris Mo¬ 
seley has been dealing black¬ 
jack eight hours a day, five 
days a week for 40 years. 

"It beats working in a de¬ 
partment store/' says the 5- 
foot-2-inch 60-year-old 
woman who doesn't drink, 
smoke, swear or gamble. 

She has been dealing cards 
in a gambling house longer 
than any other woman In the 
state of Nevada. 

Nothing surprises the 
quiet-spoken Mrs. Moseley 
when she Is dealing because 
so much has happened over 
the years. 

“Once a man betting at a 
table next to mine had a heart 
attack, and fell over dead.*’ 
she said. 

"You know how gamblers 
are. ‘Keep dealing.’ they in¬ 
sisted. So I kept dealing. 
Eventually the dead man was 
carried away on a stretcher. 

"Another time one of the 
players, a pregnant woman, 
started having her baby at 
my table. 1 kept dealing as 
they helped the woman to a 
nearby rest room where the 
baby was bom." 

People from ail walks of 
life show up on the seven 
stools at Doris Moseley's 
blackjack table at Harold's 
Club 

"The very first person 1 


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remember ever dealing to — 
all Tknow him by is 'Old Mae' 
— still stops by. He was 45 
when I first dealt him a hand. 
He's 85 now,” Mrs. Moseley 
said. 

“Many gamblers at my 
table are regulars. Some I 
see once a year wheh they're 
here on vacation. They come 
from all over the country, 
from all over the world” 

Numerous celebrities have 
gambled at Mrs. Moseley’s 
table. She remembers the 
time Henry Fonda lost a bel 
and playfully stuck his 
tongue out at her. 

And Gary Cooper, "a won- 
derlul gentleman and a very 
frugal gdmbler who never bel 
rltore than $1 at a time.” 

The biggest streak of luck 
al her table was during the 
Second World War. when a 
merchant mariner borrowed 
$10 Irom a triend and ran il 
up to $ 100,000 

As a dealer Mrs. Moseley 
earns $29 a day plus tips 

"Almost every day there 
are gamblers who bet the 
limit — $500 a hand — at my 
table. 1 think I'm in the wrong 
business,” she said.. 

Women were not permitted 
to work as dealers in Las 
Vegas until 1950. In 1958 the 
Las Vegas city council 
passed an ordinance prohi 
biting women dealers, but (he 
courts overturned the statute 
as discriminatory in 1970. 

Here in Reno, however, a 
handful of women, including 
Doris Moseley, began work¬ 
ing as dealers at Harold's 
Club in 1938. In the Second 
World War many ot the Reno 
clubs hired homen ' 

Today al Harold's Club 250 



Doris Moseley deals blackjack at Harold's Club 


of the 274 blackjack dealers 
are women. 

Mrs. Moseley was single 
until three years ago when 


she married Glenn Moseley, 
an assistant chef at Harold's 
Club. 

When asked if she and her 


husband ever play cards at 
home, Mrs. Mosclev replied: 

"Playing cards is a dirty 
word al home." 


Embroidery to be shown 


Sarah and Margit Gergely, 
recent arrivals from Hun 
gary, will exhibit their native 
embroidery in the Mayfair 
shopping centre from Dec. 
1-3. 

They are sisters of Vancou¬ 


ver Island artist Michael 
Gergely. whose wife is chore-* 
ographer Marianne Gergely. 

The sisters are both artists, 
having taught drawing, 
painting, hand-embroiderv 
and design in Hungary for 
many years. 


Their native Hungarian 
embroidery recently won a 
craft competition in Nanai¬ 
mo. They teach embroidery 
in the up-lsland city as part of 
the parks and recreation 
commission program. 


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The Vancouver Island 
Netherlands Association is 
holding its annual bazaar at 
733 Vanalman from It a.m. to 
4 p.m. today. 

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St. Michael's Anglican 
Church Women are holding a 
Christmas silver tea and sale 
of work from 2 to 4 p.m. today 


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MEMORIAL 

A memorial meeting for J. 
Lloyd Brereton, former edi 
tor of The Humanist in Cana 
da and president of the Crys¬ 
tal Pool Users’ Association, 
will be held at 2:30 p.m Sun 
day in the Dominion Hotel 
Tea and coffee will be served 
after the meeting. 

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BRITISH ISRAEL 

Arthur Pankhurst will 
speak on the Reformation at 
a British Israel meeting at 3 
p.m. Sunday in (he Dominion 
Hotel, Yates Street. 

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SPEAKERS 

There will be a public 
meeting at 8 p.m. Sunday at 
the Student Union building. 
University of Victoria, al 
which the featured speakers 
will be members of the first 



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official women's delegation 
from Vietnam to visit Canada 
since the Vietnamese embas¬ 
sy opened in Ottawa. The 
women are Tran Thi An. a 
member of the National As¬ 
sembly and a professor of 
biochemistry: Le Thi Thiiv, 
deputy head of the foreign 
relations department of the 
Vietnam Women's Union, 
and Nguyen Le Khanh. a 
translator. This will be the 
first of a series of Canadian 
meetings which will taWp the 
women to Toronto, Montreal, 
Quebec and Ottawa. Kay 
Inglis of Vancouver, of the 
Canadian Aid to Vietnam Ci¬ 
vilians. will accompany the 
visitors. All welcome to the 
meeting, and admission is 
free of c harge. 


\ iew royal 

The annual meeting of the 
View Royal Ratepayers and 
Community Association will 
be held al 8 p.m. Monday in 
the Community hall Flection 
of offic ers. 


PENSIONERS 
Capital City branch of the 
B.C. Old Age Pensioners Or¬ 
ganization will meet at 1:30 
p m. Monday in the upper 
Elks hall. 732 Cormorant. 
Members are asked to bring 
friends. 


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Europeans perfected the Lebkuchen cookie 


Lebkuchen Is a spicy honey 
cookie that Is a centuries-old 
Christinas specialty of Cen¬ 
tral Europe. In Germany and 
Switzerland each region has 
its own unique recipe. Baking 
begins in November, as the 
cookies need several weeks to 
age. becoming mellow and 
chewy. 

In Nuremberg the cookies 
are sandwiched with assorted 
fillings, such as raspberry, 
apricot, or coffee fudge, and 
then chocolate dipped or 
glazed with royal icing. 
Packed In fluted paper cups 
in a pretty metal can or box, 
they make a festive assort¬ 
ment to give during the holi¬ 
day season. 

Swiss Lebkuchen vary 
greatly in doughs and shapes. 
In Bern, ground hazelnuts en¬ 
hance the dough. In Lucerne 
the cookies are made with 
molasses and are very brit¬ 
tle. Shapes vary from 3-inch 
“logs" filled with marzipan 
to gaily frosted 6-inch “pack¬ 
ages" with an almond paste 
filling. They also make big 
12-inch hearts and decorate 
them with tiny marzipan 
mushrooms and stars and in¬ 
scribe a greeting on them. 
These are presented as gifts 
to relatives and special 
friends. 

These cookies were first 
made by monks in the 14th 
century. The only ingredients 
Ihen were honey, spices, and 
flour. 

The origin of the word Leb¬ 
kuchen is obscure and dispul 
ed by language historians. 
The more general term for 
this Christmas confection in 
Germany is Pfefferkuchen. 
literally pepper cake.^ut 
pepper is not an ingredient in 
many recipes for Lebkuchen. 
Instead the name is closely 
bound to an old German 
Christmas custom called 
"Pfeffern" (peppering). 

Usually on Dec. 26 or short¬ 
ly thereafter, children went 
about striking people with an 
evergreen switch, which was 
meant to bring good luck and 
lung life to the person struck. 
The switch was called a 
"Lebsrute." or "life-switch.” 
and evergreen symbolizes 
long and happy life. 

The child with the switch 
was then given a Pfefferku¬ 
chen, or as it has come to be 
known, a Lebkuchen. The 
idleas of “peppering” and 
life" are integrated in the 
Bavarian dialect, where the 
l.ebensrrute is known as both 
Pfeffergerte and Lebzelten. 

To age and store Lebku¬ 
chen. pack them in airtight 


cans or plastic containers. 
Plain, unfrosted cookies may 
become slightly hard on 
aging. To soften them, add a 
thin slice of raw apple to the 
container and cover tightly 
for a day. 

' LEBKUCHEN 
I cup honey 

), cup dark brown sugar. 

» firmly packed 
!, cup butter or margarine 
I teaspoon cinnamon 
1 teaspoon grated lemon 
peel 

teaspoon each ground 
allspice, cloves and 
nutmeg 
l egg 

2% cups unsifted all¬ 
purpose flour 
14 teaspoon each salt and 
soda 

'/, cup finely chopped citron 
or candied lemon peel 
1/3 cup finely chopped fil¬ 
berts or almonds 


YOUR GOOD HEALTH 


Dear Dr. TTiosteson: For 
the past four or five months 
my mouth constantly feels 
like I have eaten a spoonful of 
salt. I am 56 years old and 
have contacted my dentist, 
my family doctor, and my 
gynecologist. None could 
offer any solution. Do you 
have one? It is not in the 
throat area but near the front 
lip and tongue. — Mrs. H.K. 

My first thought is to sug¬ 
gest the effect of metals in 
dental fittings. The dentist 
would have noticed fillings or 
crowns of different metals 
which can react against one 
another to cause this. 

Secondly, there may be 
various medications, includ¬ 
ing vitamin preparations 
containing minerals. Salty 
taste has also been reported 
by some women as a symp¬ 
tom of menopause. Has your 
gynecologist suggest this? 

Another, more remote pos¬ 
sibility is the habit of rubbing 
the tongue against the lower 
teeth. The taste buds for salt¬ 
iness are concentrated at the 
tip of the tongue and they can 
be stimulated by this habit. 

It is presumptuous of me to 
try to compete with all of the 


direct attention you have had 
from professionals, but ocea- 
sonally some of the most sim¬ 
ple causes of taste irregular¬ 
ities can be overlooked. 

Dear Dr. Thosteson: For 
nearly a year I have been 
treated by a dermatologist 
for a herpes II virus infection 
on my penis. I have had vari¬ 
ous ointments prescribed but. 
although they have helped, I 
cannot seem to cure it. 

Some time ago 1 read an 
article by you about use of a 
red dye and light to cure this. 
If this is so, where can I 
obtain the dye needed? — 
W.C.A. 

Herpes virus II infection 
can be very stubborn to treat. 
Even if cleared, it may recur. 
The neutral red dye and light 
treatment Is not a do-it-your¬ 
self matter. The blebs have to 
be opened, the dye applied, 
and the light exposure given 
professonally. I'm surprised 
the dermatologist did not try 
this. You might call him 
again about it or consult a 
urologist. There have been 
some good results with it, but 
one can't predict the outcome 
in any given case. 


Heat honey, sugar, butter, 
cinnamon, allspice, cloves,' 
and nutmeg in a small sauce¬ 
pan until sugar dissolves and 
butter melts: turn Into a bowl 
and let cool to lukewarm. Mix 
in the lemon peel and egg. 
Stir together the flour, salt, 
and soda. Mix into the batter. 
Add citron (or candied lemon 
peel) and nuts, stirring until 
well blended Cover and re¬ 
frigerate until firm. 

Roll out une-fourih of the 
dough at a lime on a heavily 
floured board to 3/8-inch 
thickness. Cut dough into 
rounds, stars, trees, bells, or 
other holiday shapes. Place 
on lightly greased baking 
sheets and bake in a 375 de 
grees F. oven for 12 to 15 
minutes, or until golden 
brown. 

Remove from oven and im¬ 
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tops with a pastry brush; 
transfer to racks to cool. 
Omit glaze if cookies are to 
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Glaze: Stir together 1 cup 
unsifted powdered sugar, t 
tablespoons water, and 114 
teaspoons lemon juice. 

Apricot filling: Puree Y, 
cup apricot jam in a blender 
or press through a wire 
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saucepan so jam spreads 
easily. While still warm, 
spread filling on the under 
side of one cookie and top 
with a matching cookie, 
placed underside-down. Then 
frost with royal icing. Makes 
enough to fill 2 dozen double 
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Royal icing: Place 1 cup 
sifted powdered sugar in a 
bowl and beat in I egg white; 
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is not stiff enough, add addi¬ 
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The fact that houses have only four 
outside walls I find extremely frustrat¬ 
ing at times, for there are so many 
excellent wall shrubs and climbers I 
would like to grow, and no more walls on 
which to grow them. 

This frustrated feeling reaches an 
all-time high every time I visit a certain 
friend of mine who has the lovely ever¬ 
green Magnolia grandiflora growing as 
a wall shrub in an angle where a south 
facing wall and a west-facing wing 
come together forming a sheltered 
nook. Actually a tree — my friend has 
branches trained to stretch out along 
the two walls, some 20 feel tall, produc¬ 
ing each year in June and July a profu¬ 
sion of huge, waxy, goblet-shaped 
blooms inivory white, some of them as 
much a 10 inches across. 

I am well satisfied with the present 
occupant or our east-facing wall — (he 
lovely climbing rose Mermaid, with sin¬ 
gle-flowered blooms in pale yellow al¬ 
most the size of a saucer — but if I had 
another east wall. I could grow Garrya 
elliptica as a wall shrub. 

Garrya is evergreen, blooming in 
midwinter, and the trick is to get the 
male form, which has much finer silken 
catkins than the female. Like the ever¬ 
green Magnoloa. it is worthwhile to 
give Garrya a little winter protection 
for its first couple of years by draping a 
plastic sheet over it. 


Arthur 

Hoppe 


The Camellia lends itself admirably 
to training against a wall, and being 
evergreen, it looks good all year around. 
We have a white-flowered one — they 
come in red and pink as well and when / 
In bloom, many visitors mistake it for a 
gardenia. 

The trick in growing a Camellia is to 
site it against a west-facing wall, for the 
greatest danger to the blooms is the 
morning sun falling upon flower buds 
which have taken a bit of frost during 
the night. 

A west wall, shaded from the morn¬ 
ing sun gives the buds a chance to thaw- 
out slowly, and thereby escape injury I 
should warn you, though, that the soil at 
the fool of a west wall tends to become 
very dry in midsummer, so your wall- 
trained Camellia will need plenty of 
spongy organic matter in the soil to 
retain moisture. plqs occasional deep 
watering, and ideally, a good deep sur 
face mulch of unmilled coarse peal 
moss. 

For a south or a southwest facing 
wall, I.could go for Ceanothus in a big 
way. Not the leaf-losing kind like Gloire 
de Versailles, for lovely as it is. its habit 
of growth is more like a lilac, not quite 
suitable for training against a wail. 

My choice would be one of the ever¬ 
green kinds like Sierra Blue or lmpres- 
sus, with small shiny green leaves and 
rich blue flowers. 


These evergreen varieties of Cean 
othus are just a little on the tender side, 
needing the protection of a warm wall 
for reliable performance. Fortunately, 
they thrive under the knife, and for best 
results their flowering side shoots 
should be shortened substantially as 
soon as they have finished their dis 
play. 

Our old friend Japonica, the Japa 
nese Flowering Quince or Chaenomeles 
lagenaria. responds also to close prun¬ 
ing and makes a gorgeous wall shrub 
Being perfectly hardy here, Japonica 
may be grown on any wall, even one 
facing north, although it seems to have 
some mild preference for morning sun 
You have to lake into consideration the 
color of your wall, though, for the bright 
red. crimson and orange-scarlet kinds 
are wasted against red brick, although 
set off to perfection against a white nr 
creamy background. 

The Bignonia or Trumpet Vine is 
another plant I crave if only I had 
another big south-facing wall. This is a 
showy, tropical-looking vine bearing 
huge orange-red trumpets in late sum 
mer; it is listed in some catalogues as 
Campsis rather than Bignonia. Radi 
cans is the hardiest and safest variety, 
but if you like to live dangerously, plant 
Grandiflora, which had much larger 
flower clusters but kills to Ihe ground in 
severe winters. 




'.V.V.V.V.V. 


While UFO’s had been 
making sporadic visits for 
decades. It was not until a 
wintry December day in 1980 
(hat the first alien spaceship 
landed in southern Massa¬ 
chusetts to establish a per¬ 
manent colony. 

They were grim-looking. 
colorless, vaguely hominoid 
creatures. While their ability 
to communicate with us was 
somewhat limited, they made 
it dear they had come in 
peace. 

They said they had “dis¬ 
covered" what they referred 
to as this “New World" sev¬ 
eral hundred years previous 
ly, but had been discouraged 
by the environment which 
tliey found wildly hospitable 
to their form of life. Now. 
however, they were being 
persecuted by someone or 
something on their home 
planet and had thus deter 
mined to cross the incompre- 
hensiblv vast distances of in¬ 
terstellar space to build a 
new society here 

They asked only a few hun 
dred acres of land, vowing to 
live quietlv and harmonious 
ly. 


Initially, public opinion 
was divided. Some of us 
wanted to drive these aliens 
off with threats of force. But 
cooler heads prevailed. First 
of all, it was argued, these 
aliens had come In peace 
And. secondly, they were 
armed with strange weapons 
that were obviously far be 
yond our comparatively rudi 
menlary technology. 

So we sent our best agrone 
mists and environmental de 
signers to teach them how to 
grow food and build shelters 
from the indigenous materi 
als. As a result, they enjoyed 
a bountiful harvest and. to 
express their gratitude, invit¬ 
ed our leaders to dinner. 

The sumptuous feast was 
held on the fourth Thursday 
of November (no one knows 
why). President Carter 
brought a dozen turkeys, a 
score of mince pies and all 
the yams with marshmallow 
bits a creature could ask for. 
Amid pledges of eternal 
friendship, a grand time was 
had by ail. 

Due to an attack of either 
indigestion or acute perfiditv, 


the alien leader arose after- 
coffee and informed Carter 
that, owing to the arrival of 
another 50 UFO's, the aliens 
would require a bit more ter¬ 
ritory— namely upstate New 
York. Eastern Pennsylvania 
and Rockaway Beach The 
result was the first Alien 
War. 

While we were far superior 
in numbers and courage, we 
were no match for their wea¬ 
ponry After a dozen bloody 
battles we were forced to sur 
render the Atlantic Seaboard 
in return for their promises of 
a lasting peace. 

But Ihe aliens spoke with 
forked tongues. They broke 
every single treaty they ever 
signed with us. Gradually 
they drove us westward, ever 
westward Gradually, they- 
corrupted the morals of our 
youth with their alien ways. 
Gradually, they supplanted 
our native language, arts and 
lore with their alien culture 
Gradually. Iheir ugly, incom¬ 
prehensible alien structures 
destroyed the very face of our 

native land. 

* • • 

1 am writing (his in my 


little one-room shack on the 
Mojave Desert American 
Reservation 65 miles north of 
Barstow. 

We Americans manage to 
make ends meet by perform¬ 
ing some of our native dances 
such as The Big Apple and 
The Hully Gully for the 
amusement of passing tour 
ists. And occasionally they'll 
buy one of our native arti 
facts, such as a pocket ealeu 
lator or an electric pepper 
mill, at our trading post. 

Oddly enough, there’s a fel 
low named Joe Bearclaw up 
the dirt road from me who 
seems almost to enjoy the 
bitter plight we are in. I 
asked him directly Ihe other 
day what provided him with 
so much pleasure. 

“1 am simply dejighled." 
he said, “to see that you hav e 
at leasl learned the grealcsi 
lesson in all of American his 
lory " 

"What's that, Joe?" I in 
quired. 

"Never, ever." he said so 
lemnly. "accept a Thanks 
giving dinner invitation from 
a bunch of strangers." 


Melvin 

Maddocks 


Eugene McCarthy — a man who 
might have come a lot closer to the U.S. 
presidency if he had been able to get his 
mouth around onp or two obligatory 
phrases like, "If elected, I promise..." 
has decided that such carelessly opti¬ 
mistic rhetoric is, in fact, one of the 
things wrong with the country. In the 
current issue of Commentary, 
McCarthy selects “equality" as the 
feathered-with-hope word he most dis¬ 
trusts, and. not too surprisingly, cites 
President Carter for reckless driving in 
this semantic zone. 

In his inaugural address Carter 
summed up American history thus: 
"We have already found a high degree 
of personal liberty, and we arc now- 
struggling to enchance equality of op¬ 
portunity." McCarthy quarrels with the 
Carter verb "found." Too passive. To 
Ihe extent that we do have liberty. 
McCarthy argues, we have worked for 
if. 

lie might have quarreled also with 
“enhance" — a curiously romantic 
word. (The Random House Dictionary 
defines "enhance" by the example: 
"The candlelight both softened and en¬ 
hanced her beauty.”) 

Certainly one of the first laws of 
political speech-monitoring is: Listen to 
the verbs. When a verb goes soft, a 
though goes fuzzy. And "equality" 
nowadays does seem to be a case of 
arunaway noun —a star sparkling in the 
firmament, a pristine and remote abso¬ 
lute without too many of those grubby. 


dirt-and-greased-smeared verbs that 
tell us how to get from here to there. 

Wc are becoming so carried away by 
equality-enhancement, McCarthy wild 
ly surmises, that he can "foresee a time 
when citizens might go to court, charg 
ing that they were discriminated 
against because their calls were not 
taken in presidential telethons and 
transmitted to the president for his 
attention." 

Will 6-fee!-3 basketball players argue 
(hat players over 6 feet 6 should be 
barred from the game on the grounds of 
physical inequality? 

Will a 15-year-old some precocious 
day bring suit because he cannot drive 
an automobile and therefore suffers 
from discrimination solely on account of 
his age? 

Will college students seek to abolish 
grades by contending that low marks do 
not enhance one's equality of opportuni¬ 
ty in the job market? 

Will Detroit demand that Japanese 
cars must cost as much as American 
cars in order to make the free-enter¬ 
prise system fair? 

Any number of silly scenarios seem 
less silly than they should — and once 
did. 

Equality is such a good idea that we 
have not been very careful with it. 
assuming the more, the better. Not jusl 
political equality but, as McCarthy 
points out. "economic, educational, and 
cultural equality" as well. 

As usual Alexis de Tocqueville was 
the first not only to recognize the 


James Bacon’s 

\ 

Hollywood 


American passion for equality but to 
anticipate the consequences. "I think 
(hat democratic communities have a 
natural taste for freedom," de Toeque 
ville wrote over a hundred years ago 
"But for equality their passion is ar 
dent, insatiable, incessant, invincible: 
(hey call for equality in freedom: and if 
they cannot obtain that, they will call 
for equality in slavery.” 

And so "equality," as an obsession 
rather than an idea, can militate 
against that very liberty Carter defined 
as the first virtue of democracy. 

Furthermore, what does equality-at 
any-priee do to that other good idea, 
excellence? 

in the end. too much talk about equali¬ 
ty (or anything else needs “tihanc- 
ing") abstracts experience — verb* — 
into rhetoric — nouns. McCarthy quote* 
the English philosopher and essayist I. 
P. Jacks on his modern tendency to turn 
the proeess-of-llfe into still-life — neatly 
defined as "problems" and "solutions " 

These two words, Jacks reasoned as 
early as the 1920s. dominate "public 
debate" for the worse, creating false 
expectations "which are fatal to stead¬ 
fast persistence in good workmanship 
and to well-doing in general. Let the 
valiant citizen.” Jacks concluded, 
"never be ashamed to confess that he 
has 'no solution to the social problem' to 
offer his fellow men. Let him offer them 
rather the services of his skill, his vigi 
lance, his fortitude, and his probity." 

in short, back to the verbs — and we 
don't mean, "to promise." 


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HOLLYWOOD — One of 
the questions most often 
asked me on talk shows Is one 
that is tough to answer. 

Who among the younger 
people will become the Eliza¬ 
beth Taylors and Paul New¬ 
mans of the future? 

It throws you for a moment 
because stars aren't being 
built up like they used to be In 
the old days when Elizabeth 
and Newman started. 


Both came out here under 
contract — Elizabeth to 
MGM and Paul to Warners. 

Paul started off with some 
lousy pictures — The Silver 
Chalice — but with the help of 
a big studio he was launched. 

Elizabeth, a child star in 
the Golden Era, fared better 
with her product. 

But today, it's hit or miss 
for the young people, mostly 
miss. 


The exceptions — and I al¬ 
ways use these two - for my 
answer — are Sylvester Stal¬ 
lone and Jacqueline Btsset. 

Stallone did it with one phe¬ 
nomenal movie — Rocky. 
Let's hope his portrayal of a 
fictional Jimmy Hoffa in 
F.I.S.T. is half as good. He's 
got a Bogart-like honesty 
about him 

Jackie Is the natural suc¬ 


cessor to Elizabeth, both in 
beauty and talent. 

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ones, like to be rewarded in a 
movie. The Deep made a for 
tune not because of the fish 
underwater but because of 
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form In a wet T shirt. 

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admission. 

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38 DAILY COLONIST, Victoria. B.C.. Sat.. Nov. 20 , 1977 


Provincial court 


Memory fails in 1975 wounding case 


Witness’ refrain: ’I forget’ 


A 17-year-old Sidney youth 
pleaded guilty in Victoria 
provincial court Friday to at¬ 
tempting to pervert the 
course of justice and was re¬ 
manded until Monday for 
sentencing by Judge William 
Ostler. 

Dean Wesley Bowman, re¬ 
presented by lawyer Jasper 
Bomhof. pleaded guilty to the 
unusual charge and to a Nov. 
16 charge of breaking and 
entering and was remanded 
until Monday on both charges 
for a pre-sentence report ex 
peeled on a sentencing mat¬ 
ter for a charge of theft under 
$260 

Crow n counsel Armand Pe- 
tronio told the court Bow 
man, currently of 9621 Fifth 
Street in Sidney, went to Vic¬ 
toria city police on Nov. 9 and 
said he committed a robbery 
at the T and P Grocery, 2201 
Chambers, Nov. 7 during 
which $115 was taken by a 
rifle-toting bandit wearing a 
mask. Charged with armed 
robbery in connection with 
the incident is 20-year-old 
Stephen John Thomas John¬ 
son, 2585 Graham 

Petroniosaid Bowman first 
made a six-page statement to 
Victoria city police detec¬ 
tives and. after further ques¬ 
tioning. finally gave another 
statement which admitted he 
was a friend of Johnson and 
w ished to take the blame be¬ 
cause Johnson would receive 
a heavier sentence if convict¬ 
ed than he would. 

On the break-in matter, 
court was told Bowman and 
two other youths broke into a 
house at 10995 Kalitan Road 
in Sidney. 


Ostler said he wanted to try 
a different approach and 
handed a 26-year-old man a 
suspended sentence and or¬ 
dered him to perform 100 
hours of communitv service 


work on a conviction for as¬ 
sault by trespassing. 

Roy Wolfram Cenic. no 
fixed address, pleaded guilty 
to the charge, which arose 
following an altercation Oct. 

8 atlhe Bacchanalia Cabaret, 
905 Esquimau Road. 

Court was told Cenic and 
another man were fighting in 
the club and the battle was 
broken up and both men 
asked to leave. Cenic, .how¬ 
ever, refused and became in¬ 
volved in a scuffle with an 
employee Pelronio said 
Cenic at one point threatened 
that his biker friends would 
get the employee. 

Pelronio recited a lengthy 
criminal record for Cenic. 
dating to Aug. 8. 1968. which 
included convictions for 
possession of an offensive 
weapon, breach of recogni¬ 
zance, breaking and enter¬ 
ing, being unlawfully at 
large, breach of probation, 
trafficking in a narcotic, 
escaping lawful custody and 
assaulting a peace officer. 
The last conviction came 
Nov. 2. 1977, when Cenic was 
sentenced to 60 days in jail 
and placed on one year's- 
probation. 

In suspending sentence, 
Ostler said if Cenic could 
change his way of life, he 
could change his attitude, 
which was described as that 
of a loser by defence lawyer 
James Main. 

Ostler also placed Cenic on 
six months’ probation. 


A 17-year-old Esquimau 
high school student who 
pleaded on his own behalf for 
a discharge received a condi¬ 
tional one from Ostler, who 
said Kelly John Horrigan, 755 
Wilson, must learn first to 
control himself before he 
could start controlling other 
people if he wished to become 
a policeman or a fireman. 


Horrigan changed his plea 
to guilty on an Oct. 13 charge 
of common assault. Court 
was told Horrigan grabbed 
another youth by his hair and 
punched him, causing some 
minor facial injuries. 

Horrigan told the court he 
and the complainant in the 
case had been good friends in 
junior high school but be¬ 
came angry with each other 
on July 23 when, Horrigan 
said, the complainant kicked 
and dented a car in which 
Horrigan was sitting at the 
time 


Two of four youths charged 
with breaking and entering 
the James Bay government 
liquor store Nov. 17 elected 
trial by judge without jury 
and had a preliminary hear¬ 
ing set for March 8. 

Michael David Inglis, 18, of 
194 Superior, and Stephen 
Clark Lott. 21. of 2771 Van 
Tilburg Crescent in Colwood, 
made the election Friday and 
were remanded until the pre¬ 
liminary hearing date. 

Jay Richard Dancy, who 
elected trial by magistrate 
Nov. 18. requested a remand 
until next Thursday in Chil¬ 
liwack. while the fourth per¬ 
son jointly charged in the 
break-in. 21-year-old Richard 
Michael Scott, 4180 Borden, 
did not appear in court for a 
second time because he was 
still in hospital from the inci¬ 
dent, Petronio said. 


Fined for drinking-driving 
offences were: Gary Donald 
Gerald Hanko, 41. of 3701 
Stanbul. $350: and Gregory 
Alan Bissky. 24. Salt Spring 
Island. $50. Hanko was also 
fined $250 for driving without 
insurance and Bissky was 
also ordered to perform 70 
hours of community service 
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A 22-year-old Vancouver 
journalism student repeated¬ 
ly told a Victoria county court 
jury Friday, “I don’t know,” 
and, ‘‘I don't remember." 
when asked about events in 
1975. 

Janice Brown, formerly of 
Victoria, was called bv the 
crown which has charged 
James Ronald Page, 27. of 
Saanich with causing bodily 
harm to Philip Brennan and 
possession of a handgun for a 
purpose dangerous to the 
public peace, in the city May 
15, 1975 

She testified she lived at 
1512 Fernwood in May, 1975, 
with Karen Flemming, and 
knew Brennan, who lived at 
May and Linden Streets. She 
said she saw him early one 
morning in that month. 

Asked if she was with 
someone else, she replied, 
“I'm not really sure.” 

She agreed she knew Page 
then, and pointed him out in 
court. 

Asked if she had ever seen 
Page with a handgun in May, 
1975, she said, “No, I don’t 
think so." 

She said she didn't remem¬ 
ber seeing Page at Brennan's 
house or near it and didn’t 
know what she did when she 
went to Brennan's home. 

Asked if she had ever seen 
Page pull a handgun and 
point it at Brennan, she said. 


"I don't remember. I don’t 
think so.” 

Crown counsel Derek Brin- 
dle then produced a two-page 
written document. Brown 
said she didn’t remember 
making a statement to police, 
but agreed it was her signa¬ 
ture on the document. 

Asked why she signed it, 
she said, “Probably because 
that’s what I said. It is my 
statement, probably." 

Brindle read part of the 
statement which said Brown 
could see “Jim" fiddling with 
something, thought it could 
be a knife or gun, then “lie 
pulled the gun out. It was a 
handgun. He pointed it at 
Phil." 

Asked in court if the state¬ 
ment was true, she said, “1 
don't know. I don’t remember 
the incident now.” 

Asked what state she was 
in when she gave the state¬ 
ment, she said, "I know I’d 
been doing some sort of 
drug.” 

Brindle read part of her 
testimony, in which she said 
Page had “something behind 
his coat.” There was “sort 
of a fight" and Brennan 
kicked at Page and “at the 
same time the gun went off. 
Like the gun was never 
aimed.” 

In court Friday, she said, 
“I don’t remember saying 
that. I can’t deny it. 


She also said she couldn’t 
remember telling the preli¬ 
minary that it was a small 
handgun of gunmetal color. 

Brindle asked her: "Do you 
remember anything that hap¬ 
pened in 1975?” 

“Very little," she replied. 

In response to further ques¬ 
tions. she said she had seen a 
handgun fired but didn't re¬ 
member when or by whom. 

In his opening remarks to 
the jury. Brindle said the 
crown would attempt to show 
that Page and Brown went to 
1190 May Street in the early 
morning of May 15, 1975, 
Brennan answered the door, 
there was an argument and 
Page pointed a nine-milli¬ 
metre automatic pistol at 
Brennan. There was a strug¬ 
gle. Brennan attempted to re¬ 
treat into the house, the gun 
went off and the bullet went 
through Brennan's chest and 
out his back. 

Crown witness David Ben¬ 
nett, 23, said he was intro¬ 
duced to Page May 14, 1975, 
at the Fernwood home of 
Brown and Flemming. They 
went to his house and after a 
discussion showed Page a 
nine-millimetre automatic he 
owned, and demonstrated 
how It worked. 

Four persons then went 
downtown and then to the 
Fernwood house. Bennett 
said Page asked him to drive 


him Ip Linden and May 
Streets. He said Page and 
Brown got out and he and 
Flemming drove around, 
parked the car and waited. 
“Then we were surrounded 
by police,” he said. 

He accompanied police to 
his house, where he found his 
nine-millimetre automatic 
missing, together with three 
of five bullets. He said he had 
never seen the gun since. 

Dr. John Stenstrom said he 
operated on Brennan in the 
early hours of May 15, 1975. 
He said the wound through 
the chest was consistent with 
being caused by a bullet 
Brennan had lost about half 
his blood, and if unattended 
would have bled to death. 

Asked if the wound could 
have been caused by any¬ 
thing other than a bullet, he 
said, “I imagine it is possi¬ 
ble." 

The then head of Victoria 
police identification section, 
Bernard Brennan, said he 
found a cartridge outside the 
door of 1198 May Street, a 
fresh break In part of the 
door, a small hole in an in¬ 
side wall, and a spent bullet 
on the floor of a small room. 

Bennett said the cartridge 
and spent bullet produced by 
Brennan were identical to the 
type of ammunition used by 
his pistol. 

Brennan said it was "quite 


feasible” that the bullet went 
through the door, wall and 
ceiling if a person falling 
back on the front steps fired 
the gun. 

Constable Arthur Blackie 
of Victoria police said he was 
called to 1190 May Street and 
found a man lying on his back 
with a small hole in the lower 
chest and blond coming from 
it. 

About 5>a.m. May 15, 1975, 
he and other policemen took 
up positions in the 1500 block 
Fernwood around a resi¬ 
dence 

After a loudspeaker an¬ 
nouncement, he heard the 
sound of breaking glass, a 
shot was fired by one police¬ 
man and he went around the 
corner to Rudlin Street and 
saw Page running toward 
him. 

He said Page stopped, he 
had his gun pointed in his 
general direction, and he told 
him to stop. Page turned and 
ran around a house but 
Blackie said he caught him 
going over a fence. 

At the start of Friday's 
proceedings. Judge M.L.T. 
Drake rejected an applies 
tion by Page's lawyer. Gor 
don Hayes of Vancouver, for 
an adjournment because of a 
motorcycle accident Page 
was in two weeks ago. 

The trial will continue 
Tuesday. 


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NAMES in the NEWS 


DAILY COLONIST, Victoria, B.C., Sat., Nov. 26,1977 39 


Please call him 1069 


Michael Herbert Dengler 

of Minneapolis wants to be 
called 1069 — pronounced 
"one zero six nine" — and 
he’s due in court Monday 
to resume the legal struggle 
he began four years ago. At 
one point the case reached 
the North Dakota Supreme 
Court, which, in rejecting 32- 
year-old Dengler's plea, said 
it was "without precedent in 
the entire experience of 
Anglo-American law.” But 
Dengler — “my friends call 
me One Zero” — has won 
minor triumphs. He says he 
was issued a Social Security 
card under 1069 and was 
given a "numbered” chequ¬ 
ing account. But the phone 
company balked at listing 
1069 in the telephone direct¬ 
ory. “They said, ‘Where 
would we put you? Do you 
want to go before A?’” Why 
the name change? Dengler 
says a person must be on his 
wavelength to fully under¬ 
stand. 


Dissident Yugoslav author 
Mihajlo Mihajlov was re¬ 
leased from jail, north of Bel¬ 
grade, under a new amnesty 
affecting some 218 political 


prisoners, justice ministry 
sources said. 


Arthur Halley Is convalesc¬ 
ing at a Miami Beach, Fla. 
hospital after an attack of 
kidney stones . 


The initials used in bureau¬ 
cratic shorthand in Washing¬ 
ton, D.C. are beginning to 
confuse even the bureau¬ 
crats. Tom Reston, the state 
department deputy assistant 
secretary for public affairs, 
paused during the daily news 
briefing to ask an assistant 
what the initials “D.O.S.” 
stood for in a statement he 
was reading. Amid laughter, 
he was told: "The Depart¬ 
ment of State.” 


Lily Tomlin remembers 
her second-grade Detroit 
teacher so well she wrote a 
song about her. The song, 
Tell Miss Sweeney Goodbye, 
recalls the entertainer’s fan¬ 
tasies 33 years ago about 
Margaret Ann Sweeney, 
“who looked like a movie 
star—Loretta Young.” 


women 



Socred 
'shock troops’ 


VANCOUVER (CP) — So¬ 
cial Credit Women’s Auxilia¬ 
ry members are the shock 
troops of the party and their 
priority is to win the Oak Bay 
byelection, according to for¬ 
mer premier W. A.C. Bennett. 

Bennett told them Thurs¬ 
day that it was also their task 
to keep party fortunes alive 
at grassroots level, and ex¬ 
tolled populist free enterprise 
after what he said was the 
misery and difficulty of three 
years of socialist govern¬ 
ment. 

“I was never sorry the 
NDP was elected," he said. 
“People had a chance to sec 
the difference.” 

Bennett said the former 
Barrett government had 
wrecked in short order the 
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accomplishments of 20 years 
of his Social Credit govern¬ 
ment. 

The premier’s father said 
clear thinking was needed to 
get B.C. back on the tracks 
and economically sound and 
“this government and this 
premier think very clearly 
indeed.” 

With an Oak Bay bvelection 
expected early next year to 
replace Scott Wallace, for¬ 
mer Progressive Conserva¬ 
tive party leader. Bennett 
said a Liberal or Conserva¬ 
tive vote would split private 
enterprise support and guar¬ 
antee an NDP victory. 

Without mentioning names, 
Bennett also said Social Cred¬ 
it had always been opposed to 
patronage or privilege-ap¬ 
parently a comment on long¬ 
time friend Harry Terry’s re¬ 
cent announcement he was 
withdrawing his support of 
Social Credit. 

Bennett said Social Credit 
did away with patronage, 
“the greatest cancer in the 
democratic system,” and op¬ 
posed any special favors now. 

At a one-day meeting be¬ 
fore the party's convention, 
the women's auxiliary voted 
against renaming itself the 
Socred Women's Association 
of B.C. 

The women passed resolu¬ 
tions calling for a boycott of 
stores selling pornography, 
approved a curfew for chil¬ 
dren under 16 and approved 
summer Outward-Bound 
camps. 


Hailey 

...stoned 

In the song, the singer 
guessed the name Margaret 
Ann from the M.A. on the 
teacher's monogrammed 
sweaters. She was right. 
When the song was played on 
the Johnny Carson show, the 
board of education called 
Miss Sweeney, now Mrs. 
Howard Snyder and still a 
teacher. Mrs. Snyder said 
after hearing the song that 
“It was very funny. It was 
correct in many respects, 
especially the part that I 
wore cashmere sweaters.” 


Retired Soviet general 
Piotr Grigorenko and his wife 
Zinaida, legally married for 
34 years, had a religious wed¬ 
ding in Moscow last Tuesday. 


Evangelist Billy Graham 
says he and his wife have 


Voter 

courit 

sought 


Liberal leader tvordon Gib¬ 
son called Wednesday for an 
immediate enumeration of 
Oak Bay voters to make sure 
everybody was on the list 
come byelection day. 

Incumbent Conservative 
MLA Scott Wallace has stat¬ 
ed he will resign effective 
Dec. 31, but has not yet put 
his resignation in writing. 

“The voter lists we had to 
use in the 1973 general elec¬ 
tion were totally unsatisfac¬ 
tory,” Gibson said. “The last 
time they were properly up¬ 
dated was 1972.” 

Gibson, whose party is on a 
fund-raising drive to contest 
the byelection, said many 
new people had moved into 
Oak Bay riding since 1972. He 
said there were also many 
people between the ages of 19 
and 24 who would not have 
been eligible to vote in 1972. 


sometimes been embar¬ 
rassed by the entertainment 
put on at the White House by 
some U.S. presidents before 
Jimmy Carter. He did not 
name any names. 

Speed up 
voting, 
says Tory 

OTTAWA (CP) — The fed¬ 
eral government is denying 
parliamentary representa¬ 
tion to 680,000 Canadians by 
delaying byelections in five 
vacant ridings, Paul Dick 
(PC—Lanark-Renfrew-Car- 
leton) told the Commons Fri¬ 
day. 

“Every government in this 
country’s history, whether 
Progressive Conservative or 
Liberal, has abused the pre¬ 
sent laws on byelections to 
ensure that they are held only 
at the most politically expedi¬ 
ent moment,” Dick said. 

The eastern Ontario MP 
was calling in a private mem¬ 
ber's bill for a limit of 120 
days between the time notice 
is given of a vacancy and the 
holding of a byelection. At 
present there is no limit. 

Dutch battle 
skateboards 

THE HAGUE (Reuter) - 
The Netherlands declared 
war on the skateboard as a 
menace to traffic and pedes¬ 
trians. The government said 
it would try to get the police 
to crack down on the use of 
skateboards in public. 

Bomb scare 
for Vatican 

VATICAN CITY (AP) — A 
bag containing an ignited 
fuse connected to two small 
bottles of gasoline w as found 
in St. Peter's Basilica, reli¬ 
able Vatican sources said. 
The device was dismantled 
by Italian bomb experts, the 
sources said. 


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at la 

Reg. 269.99* • • now 


$147 


1 only 


4x8 Pool Table 

•• ia 

Rag. 399.99 • • now 


Pool Table 

Rag. 199.99. . . 


$180 

1 Only 

..79" 

1 only 


il Space Heater 

one only - 097 

slight damage.*15! 

Reconditioned 
Kitchen Appliances 

come out and take a look. 


Simpsons-Sears Ltd 

Saara Hlllalda: 3190 Shalbourna Straat. Lota ot fraa p 


Reconditioned 
Power Tools 

Priced to Clear! 


7-h.p. Rider Mower 

Reconditioned.1 only *399 

Leaf Shredder 

1 only, reconditioned *250 


:. Lota of fraa parking. 














































































[() Ddllf> Colomof Victoria. B.C., Saturday, Nov. 2l), 197' 


386-2121 

Monday through Friday t a.m. to C f.a. 
Saturday S a.m. to S:M p.«n. 


CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING 

Vancouver Island's Largest Shopping Centre in Print 


386-2121 

Monday through Friday I a.n. to • 
Saturday t a.m. to IlM ML 


CLASSIFIED 
ADVERTISING 
RATES 

All rate* quote# are for inter-1 
lion in both tho Daily Colonist and 
Victoria Timas. 

I Single Papor rates available on; 
request. 

REGULAR CLASSIFIED 
LOCAL RATI 
PRIVATE PARTY ONLY 

10 word minimum 
1 or 2 days 

13c Per word per day 
3 to 5 consecutive days 
lie per word per day 
I -onsecutlve days or more 
♦c per word per day 

Ail real estate, mobilo home, 
rental and business advertising is 
considered to b« commercial ad¬ 
vertising and will be charged for 
accordingly. 

REGULAR CLASSIFIED 
LOCAL RATE 

COMMERCIAL ADVERTISING 

10 word minimum 
t or 2 cavs 

14.SC per word par day 

J to 5 r.oniocutive days 
13.Sc per word oer dav 
4 c' more consecutive days 
It,5c per word per dev 


CLASSIFICATION 

INDEX 

VITAL STATISTICS 

1 Births 

t Cards of Thanks 

THE FOLLOWING 
SEVEN 

CLASSIFICATIONS 
ON THE LAST PAGE 
OF CLASSIFIED 

205 Deaths and Funerals 
308-A Caras of Thanks 
30V In Memorlams 

310 Funeral Directors 

311 Mpnumentals 

312 Florists 

313 Miscellaneous 

NOTICES 

14 Announcements 

15 Coming Events and 
Meetings 

14 Catering. Banquets a.-.d 
Reception Rooms 

17 Restaurants 

18 Places to Visit 
20 Loct and Found 


. I 


BIKTILS 


116 CATERING. BANQUETS 21 

and RECE1TION ROOMS 

iy and . _;•_ 

EmUV HOUSE ..TO...RENT SUITABLE 


HOLMES — Born to Morra 

S Lee Holmes, a daughior, Emily I HOUSE TO RENT 

Norma, 7 lbs. • ounces on No- . (or sma :i office and Christmas 
vomber 20, 1977, a sister for Parties or smell bazaars, teas or | 
Doan and Stephen. Special C raft , a | eii call 382-8161. 
thanks to Doctors Prevost and I —- — ——, 

Borsman and maternity stuff of I BANQUETS, • MEETINGS, WED-j 
Victoria General. idlnqs, full catering service,to 250 

- -- 'persons. Contact Marguerite Chan 

..... « m i<or ,ha T Personal touch, Red Lion 

J AYE — Born to DavId and Terry Motor , nn 3 ^ Douglas Street, I 
a boy, Robert Micrtael, / lbs. •’-z *5-2244 1 

ozs., on November 18, 1977. ——.—— - - - -■- 1 

Thunks to the staff at Victoria BLACK PRINCE CATERING (1974)! 
General Hospital, Dr. R. Johnson 'Ltd., 455 Douglas St. 383-4488. 
and verv special thanks to Dr, 1 For all your catering needs In 0 or 
8 . Morrison. Insured. 1 roof top Queens Reception Room 

■ - - 'or on ycur premises. 

MILNE — Born to Wenaal and 
Wendy (nee Wilson) on No- 20 LOST and FOUND 

vember 16, 1577, a boy. Mark_ 1 

Wandal, 8 lbs.,6 ozs. A grandson [ OST OFF CARBERRY gar 
for Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Wilson,) eilJ near Fort and Pemberton,! 
hooka and Mr. and Mrs. K. W. | cm old ’ z Siamese, Vi Burmese 1 
MUne, Gladstone, Manitoba female cat. Answers to Chloe. B10 ? 

i ewarq. iyi 6461, 477-1790, 


IILLP WANTED 
GENERAL 


HELP WANTED 
GENERAL 


Thanks to Dr. smith. 


BOYS-GIRLS 

ADULTS 

Esquimau 

and 

View Royal 


MlBDICAiL 

RECORDS 

LIBRARIAN 

VICTORIA 

$1226-$1368 

fFor PROVrNCIAL MINISTRY OF 
.HEALTH, Mental Health Pro- 
! grams, to be responsible tor medi¬ 
cal records, supervising processing 
of statistical forms, resolving prob- 
: lems and processing requests on 
statistics from field staff; to writ* 
related manuals and vlslt-asslst 
Mental Health Centre (approxi¬ 
mately 60 per cent of time), 
orienting clerical staff and advis¬ 
ing on clerical aspects as well as 
I medical record-keeping. Gradua¬ 
tion from a Medical Record Li¬ 
brarians School and registration in 


ru. t,":?:. f IV/ff l\v! Ul ,»ion f-om a Medical Record LI- 

CRMISTON — Born lo Free and b'^ENTWO^ BAY, 81 ^ few Colonist Newspaper routes Aisocleflon" 1h of* Canadian^'Medical 

Detole (nee Barker) on Nov. 11. coming available In the above 1 B, CO rds Librarians (R.R.E) and 

1977 . a beautiful daughter, Kath- Phoni th * rectory, areas. Monthly profits from 1 660 to pSSrtblviSmG related experi- 


/ 


EMPLOYMENT 

.'1 Help Wanted — General 
27 Office Help 
' 23 Skilled Trades 
. l Sales Persona and Ager's 
25 Teachers 

) 26 Part Time-Temporary Help 
21 Employment Service 

; j) Situations Wanted 


Any advertisement wnich vanes BUSINESS SERVICES AND 
from 6 p*. regular classified Style DIRECTORY 
s."a * be concidered saml-dlspley 
1« jgat# lines per column inch 
1 or 2 days 

4C; per agate line pe* day 
J lo 5 consecutive days 
Sr: per agate line per day 
t, or more consecutive days 
48c per agate line per day 


NATIONAL AND 

OUT OF PROVINCE RATE 

Requls* Classified 17c per ward 
Semi-Display 65c per agate line 
14 agate Unas per column Inch 


BIRTH NOTICES 

Up to 30 words *3 » 
Each additional word 13c 

C-vfATH NOTICES, 

MEMORIAL NOTICES 
AND CAROS OF THANKS . 

51.50 oer count lire eg/ dar 
3 consecutive days 
45c par count line per day 


PRIVATE BOX NUMBERS 

*3.00 ex . . 

vgrilsement, 

• Position ' 


PERSONAL SERVICES 

j 38 travel 

33 Bands, Musicians end 
Orchestras 

! 34 Pre-Recorded Music 
I Business Personals 
43 Dancing 
4 : Education 
71 Music Teachers 
39 Personals 
32 Trad* Schools 

MERCHANDISING 

; 83 Aircraft 
j 117 Antiques and Art* 

78 Bicycles 
80 Boats and Marine 
65 Building Supplies 
V3 Cameras,' Supplies and 
Photo Finishing 
127 Cnlcks. Poultry, HalChir.l 
-ggs. Supplies 
135 Farm Implements 


— -- _ _ - - 'xsVinno—.-— - '' 1 v mums iium *ou iu ibVefVrablv some related experi- 

efine Marie. 7 lbs. 8 ozs. A I “7-lfOf._ _ ___1 *80, for approximately an hour ofS,™ 

»'*»«• J&L Christina. Thanks to ! L0 ST: DARK BROWN KITTEN |XgJJT "SUHS* R f? f £*“ Canadian citizens ere given prefer- 

Qrs. Richardson. J. P. WJ?** 8 ' Saturday n iaht on Chamberlain St. I Fo *‘! 

Chan and, staff af Victoria Gen-1 p^one 595-2746 after 5 p.m. Rc- L Co,on, ^ c ' rcu !? , *° n- - 383 ’ 4 " , ’___ ObtainapplicatlonstromthePut>- 
eral Hospital. Special inanks to *ard. 1 /-aqffb nppnoTiiNiiv lie Service Commission. S»t Michl- 

Daddy. Insured. --— —-—— . LftKhtK opportunity 1 c* yii-mri* v J v ift and re- 

-- PLEASE! HAS ANYONE SEEN A Are YOU looking for a sales ca- ?*" S'ruSmbeV 7 ?1577 

. ivxniTVf FMVViN : Huffy, grey-brown, lonq haired rear? We have an opening for 2 ^ASfeVmmi no n ~ 

Tl ANNOUNC.EMGN 1,> tabby female cat. Lost October essoclatei in our office here In 

:---: 30th. Reward. 477-7271. Victoria, The selected individuals 

I STAR TREK LIV€S AGAIN , -——----- -- ■ : , ■■ - , MlI re:elve comuret>enslve on-the- 

Star Trek needs you. Join youriLOST: LONG HAIRED CALICO Job training, meneoement backun 
own club In Victoria. P.O. Box 205, uat, v/ith white on all 4 paws. An > nd assistance, secretarial help 
1 V8W 5M4. j swers to the name of Yefyef cr and a salary to 516,000 per annum 

I -•— --- 1 Pish Fish.,479-9873. 'The individuals v/e are looking fer 

QUADRA RECREATION CENTRE . - -~vr'—-Yi 11 Ce oonresslve, honest, capable 

1430 Quaora at Pandora L O S 7 : FEMALE BASSETT ^ learning, but most of all, willing 

336-C723 385-9431 | Hound, In Sooka centre area, to work hard to establish them- 

1 Hall Rentals — Dancing, Meetings l Novemter .salves In a career. Sfiould you be- 

-_vr. _ ?C, S100 reward. 442-3413. |Interested In discussing your fu- 

1 NEED HELPT^CALL GOD S MIRj , rte y7~ A n , r»~raT'irn jlure v iffy us please send resume In 


SKILLED TRADES 


LIBRARIAN 


tor l a Press. 

Minimum qualifications are a li¬ 
brary degree plus newspaper or 
journalism experience. Duties In¬ 
clude reference work and the 
maintenance of various collec¬ 
tions; clippings, photographs, ref¬ 
erence items, documents, etc. Staff 
of five assistants. 

Applicants should be experienced 
supervisor and be able to accept 
Irregular working hours. Please 
apply In writing with resume and 
photograph to the Librarian, Vic¬ 
toria Press Ltd., Box 300, Victoria. 
B.C.. V8W 2N4. before December 
24, 1977. 


26 PART TIME or 
TEMPORARY HKU* 

INTERESTING OPPORTUNITY 
to assist in the marketing servic¬ 
ing and development of Steamex. 
Days and hours of work flexible. 
Would suit person with marketing 
background who may be semIre- 
tired. Self starter* only with motor 
vehicles. Please apply In writing 
to the Manager, Steamex, 468 
Burnside East. 386-1212. 

THE MILITARY ISN'T WHAT IT 
used to be. I* you are between the 
ages of 17 and 35, physically fit 
and seek adventure, the Canadian 
Scottish Regiment has a job tor 
you. For further information con¬ 
tact us any Tuts, or Thurs. njaht 
at the Bay St. Armory or phone 
388-38)7. 


'36 BirSINESS SERVICES 




and DIRECTORY 


Apj>rut»als 


P. G. JACKSON LIMITED 
All Types of Real Estate 
Appraisal anywhere on 
Vancouver Island 
ns — 1070 Douglas Street 388-9)02 


REAL ESTATE APPRAISALS 
for taxation — Estates — Expro¬ 
priation — Sale. K.M. Porter 
F.R.I.R.I. (B.C.) 384-0075 pager 307 
Knowles Realty Ltd. 384-8101. 


Blasting 


IMMEDIATE OPENING FOR 
Teacher Aid for primary Deaprt- 
___ment. 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. Monday to 

APPRENTICE REQUIRED EiSlmiMw'l4l£li»S!," l s?hoS re i7?f 

Central Electronics Serlvce re-1Beach Drive, Victoria. Stating age,' 


torla Area. 


i position Involves a , - 


!'hours). 


COMING EVENTS 
and MEETINGS 


W^'!^. c l!ia»» v 'SftST |CSJ*Lxl'* f ‘ on VHrf5: ‘ ic ' : 

I3tt-?s;7. 


LOST: NOV. 21ST It* WOOD INFA p T B £- E B V A E u^ ENT 
wards Ladles fitting room, a white 1 PROGRAMME 

cold rlna with pearl inset, reward. Port Albernl Infant Development 
‘ttSoMor 478-6359 re * ara - Programme, position available for 

./wnwor^o-ww.-supervisor. Applicants must have 

a I LOST: WHITE MALE CAT, WITH professional training In th* dlv 

F^OfTR/AI 'I iBiNGO crooked tail. Cordova Bay area. cfpHnerelatedtoearlychllddevel- 
r I DTSL.L. 'DIMUV ! Anj * ers to Bofur. Phone 458-5104 1 -- - 


HORNET 


or 658-1015. 


LOST: DARK GREEN BABY 
i buggy, with bright orange childs 
I'lcycle scat attached. Linden Fair- 
field area, reward. 383-4082. 


LOST — RED 10-SPEED TIGER. 
No. 15898. Ser. No. T3C2938. Re¬ 
ward. £52-0998. 


/cent Help 'Vented Ad- j m Fuel 
it, *4.75 which Inc 1 dee 9J Furn > ur# 
Fined Advertisement. . 


available *■ request. 


CLASSIFIED 

ADVERTISING 


: 120 Carden Supplies 
* 1 99 Groceries, Meats and Produce 
Canfrsct rates tor local businesses ,,30 Hwv ., Equlpmsr.l and 
“ “ Machinery 

.. 128 Livestock. Supplies ard E.ents 
; ICO Miscellaneous for Sal* 
i 103 Miscellaneous Wanted 
1109 Miscellaneous la Rent 
! 77 /Aatorcvcles 
ropy DFADl INE^ ' '0 Musical Instrument* 

I 1125 Pe1s and Supp | ie , 

REGULAR CLASSIFIED adver-i 94 Ranges, Stoves end Furnaces 

•is-ng may be placed In The DeUV) ... 

colonist up to 5 p.m. the dev 92 Sport.ng Goode 

prior to Publication and in the, 115 Swaps 

Victoria Times up to 4:C0 p.m. tne 1 43 Timber 

day prior to publication 1 9 ^ tv. Stereo Radio Sales 

SEMI-DISPLAY advertising may 1 112 wantgd'taRtnt, Mlsctliiner.s 
be placed In The Daily Colonist 114 coins ana itan-.ps 
up Jo 12 -noon jne day prior to 
publication and in the Victoria! automotive 

fir es up to 4 p.m. tie day prior 


to publication. 

CI-ASSIFI ED 
SERVICE 
FOR 

DUNCAN 

COWICHAN 

VALLEY 

AND CHEMAINUS 


15j Automob. e hr.jr.cn eng 
Inaurarce 

. 164 Auto Body and Peintin* 

! 142 Auto Repbiri, Service and 
Towing 

148 Campers, Trailers and 
Motor Hemes 

64 Cars and Truck* We. eJ 
' 1 jj Cars. for Salt 
15! Sports. Import Cars 
1 48 Lsa^e Vehicles 
169 Mobile Hemes end Parxs 
■ 1 -.9 Now car Dlrecto-v 
tw Parts, Accejiorles 
158 Tires 

1 £4 Trucks, Buses ar.d van* 
‘ 154 U-Drlve and Auto Washing 


Sot., INov. 26 
O.A. P. Ho 11 
1600 Gov't St. 

Early Bird-6:30 p.m. 
j Regular Gomes 
7 p -.m 

5 Extra Games 
ATHLETIC 

BINGO 

WEDNESDAY 
Quadra Rec Centre 
1600 QUADRA . 

* At Pandora 
386-0723 

! ADVENTURES IN ATTITUDES 7 . 

. is u course io help you become I 
'more successful el living, student, 

1 homemaker, salesman, tradesman 
- it's a fun course with real Im-1 
pact. No berinq lectures, all active' 
particiPdficn. Phone 477-7791 for 
jrcchure. $75. Muncy-back guaran ' 
tie. 

j FLLA MARKET 

SANSCHA HALL. SIDNEY 
Pat Bay Hwy. and Beacon Avc. 

'Thousands of useful items and 
treasures, old and modern. In-j - R ad 
forest for ail. Refreshments bar. I Newion truss Koao. 


41 opment (i.e., speech therapist, 
! chyslo-theraplst, special education, 
nursing, etc.). Demonstrated abili¬ 
ty to work with developmental^ 
delayed infants and young children 
and their families essential. Send 
complete resume with references 
to P.O. BOX 67455, Station O, Van¬ 
couver, B.C., by December 15th, 
1577. 


COMPETITION NO. 77:2353. 

“RESIDENT" 
MANAGERS 

Hardworking industrious 
couple required to manage 
49 unit apartment building. 
Duties Include cleaning a»d 
gardening, and must have 
the ability to show and rent 
suites. Please state experi¬ 
ence and give references. 
Position open for January 1, 
1978. Reply to- Victoria 
Press, Box 001. 

Avon 


neyman - ... — 

cessful completion. Applicants must oulred 
have good mechanical apptjJude " 
and a strong high school mat.Tw* 
physics background. Grade \12 
completion reaulred. Apply ^Ito 
Steve Dow Central Electronics Ser¬ 
vice, 545 Granville St. Vancouver, 

j B. C. V« 1L3. _ 

URGENTLY REQUIRED GENER- 
al duty nurse for 10 bed hospital 
West Coast Vancouver islnnd. 

Apply Mrs. t. Armstrong. Tahsis 
Hospital, Box 399 Tahsis B.C. 
934-4322. 


_ RE- 

_ for Real Estafe Office. 

Please apply In own handwriting 
stating experience and salary ex¬ 
pected. Victoria Press, Box 585. 


DRILLING XnJ^LASTING LTD. 
Controlled precision blasting. A size 
equipment tor every job, big or 
mall. "Rock bottom prices." 
78-5605. 

Bricklayers 

BRICK, STONE AND ^LOCK, 

quality work at reasonable pricss, 
385-8001. _ 

Cabinet Making 


30 SITUATION'S WANTED 


U 


SALES PERSONS. 
and AGENTS 

ADVERTISEMENTS IN 
THIS CLASSIFICATION 
MUST COMPLY V'lTH 
THE 

BRITISH COLUMBI A 
HUMAN RIGHTS ACT 

Real Estate 
Career 


SAVING YOU THE TROUBLE OF 
advertising for ycur secretary- 
receptionist. Good telephone and 
customer manner. Experience in 
accounts payable-receivable, trial 
balance. Quick learner and wants 
a iob with • challenge. Message, 
478-1621. 


ITCHEN CABINETS, 

afhroom vanities and counter 
ops, all custom built, or refpclnq 
he old cabinets with new modern 
cslgns with low prices. For free 
*timates call 479-7245, 

CABINETS AND FURNITURE 
designed and crafted by Allan Col¬ 
lier. 592-4983^_ 

OFFICE FIXTURES, REPAIRS, 
redecorating, auaranteed work, 
free estimates. 652-4241. 


RESIDENT 

ASSISTANT 

MANAGERS 


'FOUND: JAMES BAY AREA i 
; pair orange and white. Manx kit-: 

3 "tonths, 3 84- 3905. _ _ 

iLOST: MALE 'SIAMESE CAT^ 

Gordon Head area, possibly tra- 

| v eiling Oak Bay. Reward. 477-7369. lH araworklnq. ambitious 
FOUND — MALE BLACK CAT, *»»h apartment experience as as- : Q Tea . 

Quadra, Cloverdale area, 384-0283. distant managers for large modern i ,i 05 

- apartment bulldlnq with swimming yOUrS. Over Or CO 

ILOST: GOLD CHAIN NECKLACE, pool. Duties mainly cleaning and / *, \ Y , 

| Downtown aree. Reward, 386-1774. 1 replaclnq managers 7 days per 1 ShinCy Binder 


couple 


I HAVE AN OPEN 
TERRITORY 
In nearby Yates St. 
It can be 


told. Gjrdon Head srea. 477-0650. 


HELP WANTED 
GENERAL 


,_ references. Reply __. 

_| Press Box £08, Diamond Develop-1 

menfs Ltd. 


384-7345 


Produces 

Success 


FEMALE, B.SC. DEGREE IN AR 
chifoctural designing and engineer 
ing; experienced as designer, proi I 
ect supervisor, estimator, etc., - 
wants any position relative to 
drafting, architecture, whatever. 
Vic toria Press BoxJ^_ 

HELP 

I need work I I am 24, married, 
hard working, stable, and not 
afraid to get dirtyl Call Colin 

558-4739. _ 

INFANT CARE IN LOVING AT- 
mosphere, off McKenzie, between 
Quadra and Shelbourne. Refer¬ 
ences If required. Keep this 
| number for future needs. 477-8666. 

! SOLE CHARGE HOUSEKEEPfNG 
! to elderly lady, non-smoker, own 
suite preferred. Victoria Press Box 

58 *r 

| WILL BABYSIT, MY HOME, MT. 

[Tolmle area, two minutes drive 
fcom Shelbourne Plaza. Refer- 
I ences. 477-2 693. 

E AVESTROUOHS, 
cieancd. repaired. Painting, fenc¬ 
ing, home, apartment mainte- 
na nce. 478-7059. 

CASUAL WORK: PAINTING, 

gutters cleaned, lined, Installed, 
chimneys repaired, handyman. 
<77-9216, 384-0912. Wesley. 


Carpenter* 

HOUSE DOCVTOR * 

Call Sam Hodqson and put your 
ideas into reality. From home ren¬ 
ovations. to addltons. Specialists in 
cedar and "Rustic Look". Free es¬ 
timates. 

:;83-1929 


ADVERTISEMENTS IN 
THIS CLASSIFICATION 
MUST COMPLY WITH 
THE ' 

BRITISH COLUMBIA 
HUMAN RIGHTS ACT 


BU SI N ESS MINDECL OP PORT U- 'voTto’. JJl SSVGUt pSETtS'S!* 

n-tev in wholesale retail, good quickly reach our desired level pf dury woric vtooris presa box 582. 
r--,; access. A samole Is the new EDUCATED AAATURE LADY 
P r ovided, call Mr. Munn,! "Xerox" In-dcpin "Professional wants position as llve-ln house- 
Selllnn Skills” technique.. S-xcea*;: keeper. Please phone 388-7861, 


ASSISTANT PURCHASING, nitey 
avert. Duties Include maintaining : earmngs, 
suck records, local buying, updat- t r « ir 'jhn 

Ing price lists, and taking stock; 592-912 2. _ _ ___ _____ . 

count*.. Experience in office *ui>- Br , ‘ OMV ,. . tul prestigious salesmen lust don'f.iocal 168. 

n asse'. but ability to work ,-T-,? . i?t ^nn-hi -Tttatr ' happen, thev are trained. Cali ■ — ■ ■ ■■ : ■ , -- ■ — ~ -r- 

ith otners >»id ^ssimulate ca* tocour 4 to 5 months. -79-9987. teduy. Interviews by appointment YOUNG MAN—A.GE 22 —SOME 

i.... ah “■ -- . Idrvritri-, al *r 


I plies an asse\ but ability to work 
, well with otners <*d asslmr*"' 

1 knowledge of key importance, 
(replies In strictest confidence. Full 1 
company Leneflls. Please tele- 
IPhone Mr. D. Grimes, at Victoria; 
iBook and Stationary 38u-8C6a fer 
,; appointment. 

ADDLING DOG INN TORIA CHURCHES GROUP 

, _ ... , .. . homes Society require married 

C ean ng Person, ^bwashlng end t couple as resident full-time house- 
general cleaning, 40 hour week, • j , 0f a nome in victoria 
start S3 oer haur. musi be experi- j emotionally disturbed children 
enced ona enioy this kind of wgrk, A ; u;i | sympathetic to idea of < 
have transportation, apply In per- Christian home life and have a«> 
Patricio Bav Highway at Ml. groprlate experience in child-care. 


ZZ _OFFICE HELP 

ADVERTISEMENTS IN 
Tins CLASSIFICATION 
MUST COMPLY WITH 
THE 

BRITISH COLUMBIA 
HUMAN RIGHTS A< 7t 

A full time vacancy exists for a 
personnel clerk «vno w!M be re- : 
sponsible for recruiting and I 
processing lay applications. Appll- 


only. 

Block Bras. Realty _ 

| 366-3231 477-1841 <78-5541! BABYSITTING. 


NOW 

HIRING 


ISLAND FRAMING 

Framing crews available now, f or 
residential and commercial, ex- 
pcrlnced. reliable and effluent 
men. 

652-3572 _ 

Counter Tops 

Arborite work by Tradesman. Kit¬ 
chen - Restaurant - Coffee Shops. 
25 years Cabinet making. 479- 7 

CARPENTER NEEDS WORK* 
WINDOWS i Will do free estimating, on sidinc, 
“ • ’• finishing renovations and addi¬ 

tions. "Can start Immediately. 
Phone after 6, Ask tor Joe, 
478-1023._ 

F. J. CONSTRUCTION. ALL 
sorts of carpenter work, additions, 
alterations, finishing, framing, etc. 
Private and commercial. Free es¬ 
timates. Call Fred Jorgensen, 
442-3075. _ 

Our Crew Needs Work! 
Residential — Commercial 
Complete construction service. 
Reasonaole rates, free estimates. 

. Perrna Construction, 384-2323 
LET TRADESMAN LOOK AFTER 
experience * electrical trade' —, vour carpentry — renovat.on 

seeks apprenticeship. 598-3079, Gor- 1 "wd*- for a quality completa iob 
--- | consult us. No iob too big or 

----‘small. Phene 384-4910 or 4 77-37 48. 

regular; days, evankiqs* steps 1 FRAMING, GARBAGES, SUN- 

Ifrom downtown, bus. (My son is I decks, carports, siding, concrete, 

3). Your noma also. 382-5327. 

; MAN, SEEKS FULL, PART TIME 
'work — retail or related Folds. 

| Wages of secondary importance. 

' 385-1216. 


PRACTICAL NURSE WHO 
Blo.k Bros, will train vou In Mttndlffi' 0 " ■gjS{ ic »° u ! d 

ntA„,n - .nmiinn t t pcrmaneni 


don. 


Dufies ar,d salary— up fc 

Sunday. Nov. 2^9/30 a.m. j WAITRESS-WAITER, MUST BE sfandarclS. Apply chairman? Vic* .. nf , hive'Grade T2'iv'niiia ^ ‘ a ' n,v ’ vrJ ”* *i___:_- ... 

RESERVATIONS - 656.208? S0Cl * s^l WZorn **%£• oltS . 5 XXll RETIRED. AGE 56. APARTMENT 


RED RAIN ENTERPRISES 
Small iob specialists! Reea s, 
renovations, painting, etc. Free es- 
, ,tl mates. 384-5948. 

| HOUSESITTERS AVAILABLE, T, U r^rB»f M "hno dcm Tyua' 

im-atura working couple, no chi 1 - WINT-R RATES. FOR RE 40YA- 
dren. Excellent reisrences. call ad . d . l . ti&ns - sun^eckS, framing 

lawVBr <m, to «cnooi tor r Ho»»nl CvH a »*4IW mmittn. i .-_s,oirw,... frto Mtlmitw, 


, Victoria Prtss Box 590. 


__j fully experienced. Minimum 

THE IMPERIAL VICTORIA MON-* rears dining room experience, 
archist Society announces to ail j days nights -weekend" 35 hour 
members, fhe annual aeneral week. Bondable, references re- 
meeting, of ti p society, to L< held j culred. Pnone 7Ar. Campbe'l 
i at 9i/0 Carlton Terrace, in Esqui-, 382-3188 anytime. 

m ,77 r 'a°t n 7 W r, e m <SOay ' Nov,mt * r Luao'tpp^-pmysiothera ' bf' wallInformad”■•byj»-air-^asseifs 

> 77, at 7 p .m.__ CHARTERED PH YSK3THCRA- )0 J , nd|an Educa t|on. Salary to com- 

ACCOMMODATION BAZAAR-TEA tiIT* ! niensurate with experience be- 

'•a- 7i•«*ii».t»‘»,ty u « u * 


tux jiv, 1n -■ ... t ~ ..c and an appraiser takes a .-year caretaker liva out, or generaf re-1 FOUNDATIONS, FRAMING, SUN- 

m —l*1°. *22 course. A realtor should have decks, stairs, carports. ReasonaL e 

N SCHOOL | P «oi c «^ i 0°°^ working knowledge of alt the i —------ rates guaranteed workmans* p. 

p nCrkrtfnen 8ncl 8 corre- HOME CLEANING SERVICES. (<78-1481. 

ro noniwATA^ H icci«TawT i^dQrn^nt. Preference v/iII be given . sppn£ j e nce course Is not adsouate. I Efficient carpet cleaning, wlndo/vs, - B c' t .;,tWtu7 - ’ 

ar,t, " can, ‘ w " h P«r»onnel axpa- ; wall and Redekop has a continu- walls. Referrals. 47S-0969. I , R B - R f. N0VA IL N ,P . , 

! A_op!ka n tS j Jo I Jh i s_Poslt^n must, nance. {Ing educational program designed ^ * lj n,Vsp w/ np^ any ' j Q ua, J!.Y reno/at,rs ; add-on., _ aL 

mi assesrs ... , to equip sales people with the Know-1 WILL DO HOJSE WORK ANY- t, 

Salary to te discussed at Inter-1 ledge end skill nocessarv for a time. In week, $4 per hour, trens-; 3; 

[successful selling career. This Is a portation. Please Phone 584-1731. R 


Free estimates. 


view. 


_ _ _ J:j0 p.m. 1/5 Hotels 

v. i appear in the )ollo.ving> day's | )78 Summer Homes, Cottages 

746-6181 


“LihS:!ischoof Board 7*4? VIMBt Saanich 

isss?; ssnSf sriI R ^ r ”'^ . 

Iphants, 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. 106 Supe- , tfir | andf B C . or phone 336-2724. | JOIN THE NAVAL RESERVE 

■ r,or at. ..——-■ “ ' ■■ ■ Opportunities for vouna peop'e 17 , __— —.. ....... 

RUMAIAGE SALE ’ _ CARETAKER MANAGER: gf aae Interested in ..... |available. Call 555-6^48. 

s«turdav K Nov Mth N'noara For 35 flp,s -*T a ? t L av .*^ be ' n, 4 R 8 * d w* 1 " 8 learninq a trade 

Saturday. NOV. wn, sto N'«gara, at|e _ ben efits $1*0 abovd Deoi of 'Tram an evening a week for fur 
K>k^i Aooie Labor standard. Please state tools Ifher job training on ships or bases 

^''ctetMna’wul'kl? of^ttxrtd <*nd skill prefer mature; couple. , across Canada next summer. Con- 1 A trained ' keypunch ^ooeratar is! 
c3f...M a ddJ?nr,J'ti‘ • *'* forr '4 c»T7mcTm7lah*t a."?,.. ... _ 

Proceeds to Animal Welfare work. - £2 ‘Tl", ' . no A DCD I CC data-processim, division Position WhlttOme S 

' «r «;^ d - «u,v. is;Koras?3eeV 

Iw", parlies up to a. Phone : cUl,dr.|jjry ul«MrMI. For II* I Otto CrBWIord. ... 

, and I,lend, welcome. 47,-7*71. -6*4777._i IKNoli -eiwf* Tro#n ' 8fl it] 

(552-7090 . 479-4964. _LIGHTWEIGHT rAuTBArtraB:®^^^ or 398-8198. 


TERMS OF PUBLICATION 

I it Victoria Prau 1 td. she nc 
:.e uabie fer ror,'insertion or er. 
advertisemant beyond the amour 
oaid for such advertisement. 


RENTAL 

2ci Apartment 1 : to Rent, Furnlsnad 
2C0 Anartnienf5 to Rem 
Unfurfnlshed 
2C2 Furr,lfu r e to Rent 
-j /03 Apa'i;Htnis Wanted 
0111 . 206 Duplexes to Rent 

, i ne event of an error occurlrg 1 707 UuDlexe, wanted to Re.-t 
- liabilito' Cf viefcria Press Ltd. 415 Halls. arencusss, S?ort» 
n; 1 nut ex.aed ':<* cr.arga for the < n '4 Offices to Rsr.t 
state actually occupied by the W Housexaapmg Rooms to Rent 
,rem in question. 1 199 Housekaeplrg . Rooms Aantad 

aii claims on error In publlca-jHbuses to Rent, Furnjahad . 

• jn shall be made Vflthin 12 hours ,2 0 Houses to Rent, Urrfurnished 
thereafter anj It not made shall ’ 212 Houses .vantsd to Rar.t 
•tot be considered. No daim will IIP Room end Board 
be allowed tor more than one In- 191 Room and Board Wanted 
contact insertion net for errors rot; 193 Rooms to Rant 
affecting the valu* of advertise-: 194 Reorris Wanted 

, 204 Shared Accommodations 

aii estimates of cost are approx- 
'mate. Advertisers will be charged FINANCIAL 
v.'tn space actually uaad. 155 Aulomoblia Financing ard 

All advertismq copy v.ill to tub- insurance 
ie:t to th* approval c‘ the Victoria 233 Mcrtaage Loans and insurance 
Press Ltd., who rasar.e »ne right; 2 34 Mortgages tor Ss:c 
m its sol* discretion 0 classify, 2:0 Personal Loans and Insurance 
ftiect or insert copy furnished. i35 wantar to Borrow 
All advertisements must comoly 
v.itn the erltlsh Columbia Human opai estate 
R ights Act. This act -states no ad A . . . ,, 

vo'tlsement may state or imp y a * s ? Acreage for Sa.e ard 5.an.ad 
orefarence. limitation or specifica- ^ Business Opportunities , 


Applications In writing to:. 
Director of Personnel 
Royal Jubilee Hosoital 
1900 Fort Street 
Victoria, B.C., VSR 1J8 


fr.lf'^i.f'iinefenj^eJe'lle^e'ti! GOOD HOUSEKEEPER, U'1^'tl?. $ Vlo*loB» So^mMlt.°.efv 
] wSm^cSSm!!?.. ctu iSSM? 5“y r ',r *“'• '«• c *" •nytlm. j r...on.l>l.. lr« enlm.tes, 

I e persons! Interview. ”S2!l£!_I Ul-im. _ 

i w |»4ALE PRACTICAL NURSE WILL MOUSE FRAMING, RENOVA. 

( WALL and REDEKOP REALTY ;specialise ^ privately. References tions, additions, foundations, etc.. 


on or tefora November 30th, 1577 
DATA PROCESSING 


REAL ESTATE 
Salesmen/women 


1386-7490. 


CONTRACTOR t — 


SENIOR COOKS 




EVA LON EXHIBITS. (EVELINE needs agaressive self-slartina per- 
Gltw) sells Canadian Rockies, Ison to estimate, administer aro 

etc., in oils, at her Banff Springs i supervise project on Van Isle. Sub- 
oa'lerv Mav-Oct.. opens N> ; mlt resume to,j. Fett. 718 Glou- 

vember ?8-D*cember 9, Carr Arts | tester Street, Nev; W estm inster._ 

Centre. JC7 Government, 362-4922. | EXPERIENCED PART-TIME . 

c>rk, aoprox. 20-23 hours w<»k, |m 0 rmelion. 

mostly evenings, some knowledge!- -- , . . . 

• Plant; and Rowers, an asset, (AUTO ACCESSORIES. SALES SU- Victoria 


. Glen Crawford, 

Thor re Riddell 8. Co, 
Chartered AccOUntan:.. 
o05 ■ S45 Fort Street 
Victoria, B.C. V8W 1G2 


. e). With plenty of FREE PARK- 
'NG at the door. 

(Mr. Wes Hobson, mgr.) 


DAY CARE, GOVERNMENT LI- j CARPENTRY. ELECTRICAL, 
cenced. two vacancies. Quadra - plumbing, repairs and ranova*lor*. 
McKenzie area. 479*1601._ i 477-9621. 

BABYSITTING, MY HOME ,i CARPENTRY, FRAMING, 
weekdays. Marigold district. Ret* finlshinq, additions, etc., excellent 

a fences. 479-7874. _ _ 1 professional work. 652-4347. 

WILL DO BOOKKEEPING AT j FRAMING WANTED HOUSES, 
home. Reply Victoria Presa Box duplexes, carport-, and sundecks, 
a l iobs considered. 478-2393. 

IN HOME RENOVATIONS A*-D 
alterations, rec rooms our soe-c'a- 
llty. 388-5740 tor free estimates. 


DON'T MISS 


Must have 5 years experience# in 
larga kitchens and b* able to han¬ 
dle any station. Union scale. 
Please phone 384-8111. local 7775, 8 
a.m. - 4:30 p.m. dally for further 


RELIABLE WOMAN WILL BABY- 
..... n.r...v.. , ,tlt weekends and holidays, Lans- 
Now Is your chance to’snare in ail i downe-Oak Bay. £62-97^ _ 

-I £ PF *°XrP lt C h H L LD . C , A ui, E ( ' «/L Y FINISHING OUR SPECIALTY 

i^. m S'J ov8rnl « ht - i88n Rec. rooms, framing, hourly o: 
kh Road. 384-8367 ._j contract. 479-2056._ . 

CEMENT SIDEWALKS, DRIUE- QUALITY CONSTRUCTION 
ways or smai) pads. Free ev, Framing or finishing. Free «s 
tlmat*S. Bert 382-1135, after 6 p.m. 'timates. 59*9-0537. 


UNIT CLERKS Vancouver Island o-vnsd progras- 

Permanent part-time positions 1 sive firm. We racogn zod the park- 
available for unit clerks, two shifts i Ing and traffic problems at our 
per week. Medioal fermlnoloov Downtown office, so we moved our 
and typing of 50 words per minute i Real Estate operation only to this 
equlred. Hospital experience pre-; terrific location, minutes from 


fnrred. Apply fo Personnel Office, 'anywhere on fne Saanich Pentnsu- 


Gpneral Hospital, 841 


T « 42 J Shoe *' m ,n!s , inoiv TA irvic»rTi p7S nwVS; mio fc9£9iMwi FiirtieW Ro«; vktoJi.rwv 36„* 

9"fl» iSr HfiiJfm ofiv. tnTsi.; “JLl" ._.axi’-sa?" ASC , typist.- is “our —client 

. na.i uau . 1 ^ »i,c cr AI neo rrvirT.&li i xennai. aoior y wnn expert , i_ va,. .n 


next year. _ 
J E -7 ROYAL 
and Community 
i meeting, Monday, 


I WE HE ED OLDER COCKTAIL ! ence . Adply at Performance Spe- 1 ' n vain? We require an 

patcpavpo'; : waitres'cs part time, who appreci- 1 claliy. 677 Burnside Rd East experienced financial statement 

Sf Th# hustla of earnlfy; aood tips 1 Attn. VV ' ? urns,oe K0> t8V ' <—»*♦ *.. 

N»: 7.1™“' i I •*!_«!*'»?Jt.• aSSPSMLa-i ..o.r- 


la. Will you loin us? 

J. H. Whlttome & Co., Limited 
3200 Quadra Street 
386-8441 


. HOwkes. 


typist to start Immediately. Please-i 
call Drake Personnel. 385-3425.1 
Never a fee to an applicant. 


■ ii , ouuii ui upbli'ilp- - rAmmi.n/tw Mail wi ’ftw rnosr-here. Apply Mothers Caoaret, MEN AND WOMEN ENJOY A Ne' 

•ion on toe basis of *n aPPUomFs,241 Bufinass uu^>. tumt..s Wi..tad ^ommunUy 0,d ' 418 Johnson St. after 8 P.m. free hairstyle. We need models at - 

r«..e. religion colour, maritali<47 ownmyciai or i d.str.si 0 0 pttl .g| r .»* Cut Ab#v# Adyinc# cutHna cl#8$#8 

-,'atus, oricsfr., piece or origin. Pronertie mvctppv toiibc (WANTED EXPERIENCED COCK-:ftn. • ~ ' 

soa; or sex (unleis »n# mailer • 250 Condominiums and mystery tours 

reiatov :o tre n,a]nfenance cf pub-; ^ ? 

decency AND prior approval v-ountry nor -- x n m ss sn Includes t*« irs-iill wun resume vitiwie r.vM buki- ......... . ... 

- • throug ’ ’: r 770 Exchange Real Estate &6. LIVE-IN HOUSEKEEPER FOR < an applicant. 

* MEMORIAL MEETING FOR J-, o a dTp M r chhdren. 1 adult. Mature person 

LLOYD BRERETON, SUNDAY i WANTED: . ^ PE R I ENCE o, room and pers&na , tdll , room( ml)St 

NOVEMBER 27, 2.23 P.M. DO- )^AD GIRL. DAY SHIFT ONLY. bc pr#Dared to actepf ful) r£iPOn Incj secretary required 

.. 1 PERSON AT PLAZA sibllfty. 3 children in school, onona ' ?. n .downtown offli 

l RESTAURANT. 1175 DOUGLAS I M „ r s p , m , 


TOO BIG 


has beer- obtained 
Human Riohfi Bran*.i 
While every endeavo- 
mxde to forward replies 
number to th# advert!;*-' 


tns .’70 Exchange Real Estate 

290 Farms Ibr Sato and Wants* 
w>-i be 1 243 Garages for Sato, Rent, 
to box, Wanted : 

- ol,.v..w- as scon 1 293 Gulf Island Properties 
4 .'possible, v.e accep! ro .labilityMO Hpjsas fo- Sal. 

■n re'-oec* o: loss o* oamuge al- .’65 Houses ..anted to Bjv 
eced to arise *nrough eitr.er fall- 29S Listings Canceled 
” or °de'ar ir forwarding such 1268 Llstinos Wantea 
nap lies rowever caused, v.netrer V Lois for Sato 
bv naoliianca or ctnerwlse. 294 Ma , isla. d and Out-v. Pr- 

-——- • — Properties 

273 Property for Sato 
. .‘74 Property Wanted 
1 244 Revenue Property 
245 Revenue Properties Y.aMei 
285 Up-Island Propertiei 

i complete and sole copyright >256 Waterfront Propertiss 
-i-an,- advertisement orcduced by; 300 Churches 
Victoria Press Ltd. veetad in, 
and beicnos to. Victoria P'essLtd.; 
provided. however, t.-.at copyright 
IN THAT PART AND THAT 
part ONLY cf any such adver- 
•isemtn* consisting of I lustrations, t 
oo'-der;, signatures or similar t 


7!3 Gouriirv Horn*. t nd RrwwUM IfJ^'SSg'US&’U'StiSSlf’' “*h°T52!!5?*Vlcter” h, plU r, »5! 


hdovb MuyaiiLC lulling liojgcd .... __.1 

Wednesday and Thursday eve- We jtoquk# anJt^ lvMual,_•xperl- NOR 

B* #l*rtlno Nov. 77 IW 4 we.ks. "ir„ NADA JSS-S^LL ^ . 

N,V,f * “'““i. « IlSnMd RNl EsttS 

an applicant._ ____ I Salesmen. Why not en|oy tha ad- 

EXPERIENCED CONUEYANC- [ ,'ffSt2f >e t..?.L * .L ai ' s, ..f°i5P“’ v 
for pleas- 


NOTICE 
OF COPYRIGHT 


SUBSCRIPTION 

RATES 

Wherever carrle 
‘ • ‘ 84.00 p 


MINION HOT^L 
COLU AMI AN ORCHESTRA 


HUGHES at 1537 Hillside Ave. 

-:-|(across from the SPA), 595-5171 or 

.. SEARCH AND 1 Res. 592-2128. 

Registry Clerk for legal office to i" 


AT GARDNERS 


EXPERIENCED KEYPUNCH OP-1 CARPORTS, SUNDECKS, 
t-ator, able to start immediately, rumpus rooms, general repairs, 
382-6589. (tree estimates. Phone 477-8543. 


BANDS, MUSICIANS 

and ORCHKSTRAS 


(iurptt# and Ijnuieum 

CARPETS AND UNO in¬ 
stalled. Reasonable rates. Free es¬ 
timates. Phone 384-1656. 


EXPERIENCED INSTALLER — 
Carpets and linoleum. 658-8070. 


lead-rhythm guitar, eager profes¬ 
sional attitude required; many 
bookings. 478-3140 after 5. 


, WORKING BAND 
Needs a drummer and bass 
plaver, for rock, country rock, 
music, vocals an asset. Phone 
Julie, 595-0933. 


, SALAD-GIRL. DAY" SHIFT ONLY. I b~Mi«Tiy«CMK"’Wreiiion: 1 'IW »W«t.rv required. lor OKM-1^XftW 
APPLY IN PERSON AT PLAZA I § iD ui,v j,; h | dren^InKhool poone I "it clo>vntown office. SelerYnego- nS 

OLD I «f_ STAURANT - " 7S DOUGLAS i X^m . e/tS# ' p u “" i{eT,S«5? '.T 608 

H.T “SKrti C, si‘, n "' a 9!0C-ll: , «L I WANTED:' - MATURE EXPERI- ] GRAPHICS ARTIST | PARA-LEGAL 

RefreshT>en,s.^ STiflu,!.*,"'SI?. C?V.^“Emlr^ : # cSfi's.'Siies’re- 

end Poln»liie r Te!a R S H 3i2” A CMerj tiarlo5' , viLlor!«'' S p 5 re°v < ^B'o 0 x n »5! •IMenoo.ee. |eServ'pef SueSeyWwl 3^W h‘‘ *“«•*» In real estetel Assoclele pjenlrt. mullc for dl occoilonL 

*- m -- 4; » l R*CEPT,6NisT:rYP,TT—kilV.; , rm lookin? for a FIRST FULL time WeT*R.6SrfYf: ■ Av y,Tr,7r 

A -L .A, -T7 f ^—r 2T .„, r . l 8lert 8nd energetic. Previous Ot -1 CLASS dU-T. lop wage*.' ist ,or ^edlc*' specialists office, basis at Gardner Realty Ltd. \t P'VE PIEGE :BAND'AVAILABLE 

NETERHLANDS ASSOC. ANNUAL flee exjsarlence preferrablv In * ** speed and accuracy essential , you want a warm, healthy atmo- 

cazaar, 733 Vanalmsn, Sat., Nov. mortgaqinq or financing. Salary Phone medical terminology an assets.' sphere with no gimmicks, a oood r *" Mlrh «* 1 h * tw * 

itiable. 285-9776. -— - - ----—'Victoria Press. Box 578. * commission split and a desire for 

, MM-w rots* GIRL FRioay REQUlRFp te7BST«i» v '' f ~ae better than average earnings you 

LUNCH-COOK Office traininq given vome child 1 MEDICAL SECRETARY RE-1 should enquire by phoning Cliff 


Call 


Carpefct and Linoleum 


a 


EDGAR and MINER 
•SO HILLSIDE 
3M4M8 


,?5 11-4. 


neqotl 


Itt L AThR|N(). t»ANtJL I,IS; with minimum 3 veSrs* experience• car e, some cieanir.q’fcr’board'a-.d Quired, exoerlenced deslrab'e, | SaTmond^eTour oftlce! <v 385^5.72i or 
nnd HECKl'IlUV 1LOOMSJ r ^!, 8u [ 8 ?! l s J^ l it! 1 - 'T, c T9 n .l,A« pluS My - Chemainus, reply with references fo Victoria ' my residence, 477-3626. to arrange 


It 


, _ ... aarvie# 

opponents' which T*. c- nr# sup- maintained. *4.00 per month. 

victoria Press Ltd. uy the. By mail — Van.ouver Island 
advertiser In the form of repro- and Gulf Islands, S5.00 oer rront.i. 
qyrtion prows. 8#teK8e- engravings *14.50 per J months, *28.00 ear 6 
#*c.. and incorporator) in said ad-'months. USM per v*4r. Rest » 
vertlssment snail remain In and Canada, S6.Q0 j»ar month, 
belong t» the advertiser. 


BUSINESS 
OFFICE HOURS 

Monday to Friday 
8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. 


__ _ , .. 117.S0 

: per 3 months. *34.00 D#r 6 months, | 
566.00 per year. 

Outside Canada. *16.00 per i 
• month 5192.C0 pe: veer. 

BY MAIL 

Saturday Times Only 
i Sunday Colonist Only . 

1 Canada', 50 cents per copy. *23.00 
i per veer. 

Outride Canada. 75 cents #er 
cop/ 537.So per year. 


Mailing Address: 
Victoria Press Ltd. 
P.O. Box 300 
Victoria, B.C. 
V8W 2N4 


RERRESEN 
.Duncan. Chemainuo- 
Mr. HILTON HOLT 
Nanaimo 
Lake Cowichan 
!_ 


^Spncc 

388-9191 
309 Belleville St. 
CATERING 


.(reliable and hardv/orking. phone , 246-2282. 
382-6722 for information. 


Press Box 594. 


— ADVERTISING-SALES PERSON- 
EXPERIENCED C O C K T A I L net is required for established 
lounge manager, full time po:.i»i.in i weekly newspaper. Interested ner- 
with all benefits, salary negotiable; sons please write c.o. Victoria 
to experience. Victoria Press, Box'Press Box 591. 

—--'EXPERIENCED WAITERS OR 

CARETAKER — RETIRED OR, waDresses, apply in person be- 
semi-retlred. llve-ln — adult | tween 11 and 12 noon. Pablos Din¬ 
er lent ed 16-sulte aoartment block: ing Lounge, 225 Quebec St, 

.-I good residential area. Apply! pyppoicMren cai ccdcdcam 
'‘ irtnrl# Pre^- Bov fPA cArcRIcNCclJ 5ALE5PfcRSON 

Mctorianres botw. ---| lor h | 0h qualify ladies’ clotning 

SALES POSITION OPEN IN. shop. Write to Victoria Press Box: 
unique retail store- experience re- 577. 
qulred. Apply In person Saturday 
1C fo 1. tiger '*— “—*- 11 

Square;---for 28 suite apartment.-38W194 for 

COBBLE HILL, LOVING DAY-, ppcintment. 

care required tor 21 month Old Bm , TIMC — BABT TIME—evse 1 
veoetarlan ylrl, Vondav through f.ULL-TIME. PART-TIME, EXPE- 

Frlday, 8-6 p.m. 112-743-4228. 


2S SKILLED TRADES 


a confidential appointment. 


ADVERTISEMENTS IN 
THIS CTaASSEFICATTON 
MI ST COMPLY WITH 
THE 

BRITISH COLI MBIA 
HUMAN RIGHTS ACT 


OOPYTRON 

j Marketing representative due to 
expansion In our Victoria branch, 
w* require an experienced sales¬ 
person to market our exciting line 
of office peris. Salary and com¬ 
mission commensurate with expe¬ 
rience. Please send resume to 
Dennis Fee Copytron Ltd., 69? 
Sumas St.. V8T 4S5. 


’46-618’. 
753-2766 
7<9-6206 


LANDON'ASSOCIATES INC. 

: New York, Chicago, Southfield, 
.Atlanta. Boston. San Francisco 
Los Arceles Philadelphia Roch¬ 
ester Cleveland. Charlotte. Cm- 
i cinr.atl, Syracuse Hamburg, ’.Mi- 
. ilamstown, Clinton. Memphis. 


ON OR OFF PREMISES 
Office Parties — Weddings 
All Special Occasion-. 
Anniversaries Bride* Teas 
Birthdays — Seminars 
Christenings — Conventions 
Industrial Catering 
Private Home'. 


rlenced person required for Dellca- 
itesscn. Preferably German-spaak- 
BCUNCER DOOR MAN. ONLY Ing. Reply Victoria Press, Box £74. 
well groomed professional oeon'e i 
need apply. Mothers Cabaret, 618 
Johnson Sf. after 8 p.m. iilour 


SUPERVISOR 
Seeding Processing 
DUNCAN 
$1,471 -$1,622 


TURNEO OFF BY DOOR TO 
door selling? Never tried It? Give 
m« one hour of your time and I 
will show you how to double your 
resent Income with our methods, 
roven by over 30 years In Cana- 
a. Call Mr. Kent, 478-9566. Elec- 
roiux. Canada Ltd. 


CARPETS, LINO. FLOOR TILE 
Commerc-al and Residential 
EXPERTS 


m HOURIGANS 


OWN 


PRE-RECORDED 

MUSIC 


CANDU 

ENTERTAINMENT SERVICES 
Local radio personalities available. 
Receptive to requests. 

384-5521 anytime. 


Sf 


BUSINESS SERVICES 
and DIRECTORY 


Accounting Service 


PHONE 

Levittown. Raitign. 


DIRECT 

PAGE 

386-2121 

REPRODUCTIONS 

OR 

MICROFILM COPIES 

TO 

OF 

COMPLETE PAPERS 

PLACE 

AVAILABLE 

YOUR 

FOR ALL PAPERS 

CLASSIFIED 

PUBLISHED 

ADVERTISEMENT 

PHONE S82-7211. 

LOCAL, 275 


AN INTERNATIONAL OIL CO. 
offers plenty of money plus cash 
_ ^_,ix)nuses. at home training for ma- 

GRAPHio; APTKT ff R T 9 V1 N . CIAL W ,L N,S I^ Y .? F ' tur8 individual In Victoria area. 

With otosteun .xLrlerJe SS an F0 J REiTS Provide r direction Regardless of experience, write s 

1 noITT hi Vrnrr# . dnd supervision of Tree Seed o. Read. Pres.. Tiffany AsphVt 

ccr AMrT^i AKicnori' a\/c daau 1 cs HnSf ■ Empr ** s> i Centre Operations. Includ.ng seed . international. Box 1707, Sta. R., 

' P c i — b0 dt a — n0 0n5, _(exiractlon and processing, testing, Toronto, Ont. AUG 4A3. . .ATTENTI 

RIAN I SEMI RETIRED OLDFR LADY ; 458-S028. _ 

for. JlcX«. tsxinc iob. .Port Jim,. ! % A M y-g ”6 MIDDLE AGED I? v Dr 'Si r ' S jtffji 01 !' Si 55J'JTSP 

woman to help elderly lady 3Sitany; preferably experience ’n |d -’®5 6 ° m ‘ arrange an Inter¬ 
soon as possible. Mf. Tofmle d!s- operating a seed processing plant | •_;_ 

. LNI^.W^ATlONAu CUISINE_ PROFESSIONAL DISC JOCKEY, tnct. £92-6227. (or similar) and.lfboratory facRl- YOUNG AMBITIOUS UNI- 

'Theatrical lighting ex.serienca is 1 ---■'*— • - ,,J -. . — r '. . . 

bMALL OR LARGE PAR1IES i sn aisef A ' -T •• - ---• 

UP TO 150 SEATING CAPACITY £18 j^nson 
ENTERTAINMENT ( 

AVAILABLE ON REQUEST RETIRED OR SEMI RETIRED , B A B Y $ ( T T E R 


CARPETS AND LINOS LTD. 
FLOOR COVERING SPECIALISTS 
715 PA NDORA AVE. 386-2<U1 


QUALITY CARPET INSTALLA- 
tion. Carpet, lino and floor tile, 
prote^sionaliv installed, free es¬ 
timate. 388-5563. 


TRY ME. CARPET AND UNO 
Installations, work guaranteed, 
479-8509 or <79-1877. 


EXPERIENCED IN LAYING 
carpets and line. Guarantaad. Rea¬ 
sonable. <77-7886. 


Carpet Cleaning 


ASK FOR 

the *15 carpet steam clean special. 

385-6273. 


CARTER'S CARPET CLEANING 
Free estimates, 24 hr*., tic sq. ft. 
386-3451. Leave name and phone. 


HYDRO-JET 

Carpel — steam — claanlng. 
385-9800 anytime. 


Cement Contractors 


GEORGE’S BAY. 

BANQUET FACILITIES p; q ht work. Apply Mothers Cace- 
1021 Pandora CS3-T122 j ret 618 Johnson St. after s 


01^St. after 8 p.m. [ 479-50^5 Comrft ' ss,on or top w8085 - Canadian ciliztns are glvtn prefer- 


BUSINESS no JOB TOO SMALL, SPECIA- 
own',; :in g in patIos . sidewalks, driva- 

.,IT v ! v V9ys and repair work. Free es- 

'pTVj~' A hJ«ej~m» P ttnu a'i V ^7- ftmafes. Guaranteed workmanship, 

crklnq environment and remun-' jssisu anvfl'm#^ 1 L8rrv - 3 ®*-l4C3- 

ration Phnn» p;r« at sc<.7-xk< fconcinaTipT s. 3a>a pi6 anyt ime. I t —•-•-- ■■ r 

ROOKFFPiNri tun necirp t SIDEWALKS, PATIOS, RETAIN- 

!n « v ’ 3115 ' * ,c FrM estimates, 

management part-time for small r,ccxis/s_anytime 

businessas. Reliable, accurate, raa- a T v - m “-— 

son able. Phone 382-8»7. SPECIALIZE IN BASEMENTS. 

PROFESSIONAL ACCOUNTANT , * ,d - ew . alks ' P 8,ios - Fr# * 

and Bookkeaper. *10 or contract. 


Christmas Parties 


i Couple as live-.. 

■ faker* to Owner __ 

I suite apartment. 479-5665. 


Time Is running cut. Book our 
beautiful room for vour Christmas 

gathering nov*. Office get to- •• ciuT.,,' 

gethers, family banquets, waddings a,n1 './’ A(>n ^? v . t jl r i*..P rid8y ’ 
ore more fun et our place. Rea¬ 
sonable price and qreat food. Call 
Friendly Flo for details at 384-7151. 

James Bay Inn, 270 Government 


in Assistant far. BABYSITTER 

ir ManlSl? f for ?i Xr^s^^e-aSls ... .... 

479-544*. -:-Lj -(turn by December 7, 1977. 

BA3YSITTFR WANTED WEEK-! COMPETITION NQ. 77:2414. 


PERMANE NT FINGERNAIL 
tf r | models needed at Headliners, 
a.m. 7Aond3y thru Fi ‘ 
appointments. 477-0154. 


Having a Party? 

jloeco Sales has ca3h and carry 
prices for Ice, mixer and parly 
1 suppll##. 242 Marv St. 38.1-5911. 

DEDICATED COCONUT. AN EX- 
; elusive catering service providing 
uniquely dltferent food for all your 
(holiday oarties. Please call now to 
,discuss your requirements, 595-3154 
i evenings. 


EXPERIENCED ADVERTISING 
aales representative required for 
Victoria area. Must have ov/n 

transp ortation. Call 388 -4163._ 

WANTED: BABYSITTER IN THE 
area of Queens and Quadra. 

382- 2348._ 

RELIABLE SITTER NEEDED 
Tuesday to Friday from 8 till 6. 

383- 3993. 


URGENTLY NEEDED, BABYSIT- 
ter for school-aged child, Fairfield 
and Cook area. After 6 , 382-1941. 


area. Phone'He Service Commission, St4 Mlchl- 
gan St., Victoria. V8V 1S3, and re- 


Victorla Security Patrol Limited. 
Traininq period, lead: supplied, 
qas a'lowence, and excellent com¬ 
mission arrangement. Call 384-4141 
for Interview. 


days my home James flay. Elder¬ 
ly Lady preferred. 36L-4929. 


TEACHER — 
cenergy. 1322A 
384-3841. 


MANAGER FOREMAN RE¬ 
BALLET. DAN- qulred for medium sized Victoria 


Government St. 


HAIR STYLIST REQUIRED FOR 
small shop, very good wages. 
384-4443 , 334-59 35. _ 

NIGHT AUDITOR REQUIRED, 
experienced preferred. Please 
apply Victoria Press Box 576. 


janitorial business. Must have 
working knowledge and experience < 
with carpet and upholstery clean¬ 
ing floor maintenance office' 
building maintenance and cs-' 
Timatlng. To begin January, >9'*. 
Salary or commission negotiate. 
Relume requested to Victoria 
Press Box 583. 


WORKING MOTHER NEEDS BA 
bysitter 8:30-4 weekdays. Prefera¬ 
bly my home. 382-0081. 


THANK YOU FOR APPLYING TO 
Victoria Press Box 391. The posl- 
f on hes now been filled. 

PART TIME or 
TEMPORARY HELP 


JOURNEYMAN AUTO BODY ME 
chanlc required Immediately for 
Northern Vancouver island, top 
wages for top-quality output, llvinq 
lAiRDRESSER WANTED. CALL. accommodation available. Call 
79-0154 between 6-7 p.m. 1956-4226 anytime. 


ADVERTISEMENTS IN 
Tins CT.ASSIFIC.VTIOX 
MUST COMPLY WITH 
THE 

BRITISH COLUMBIA 
HUMAN RIGHTS ACT 


STUDENT WANTED FOR Oc¬ 
casional babysitting, Cralgflower- 
Tilllcum area. 385-3205. 


estimates. 388-4806. 


382-0785. 


Appliance RrtinJr* 


HI THE RE I TURKEY UNCOOKED 
Christmas Day — Don't be sorry, 

--checked and call- 

* arrives. Spe- 

...Vs Appliance, 

368-5363, 24-hr. service. 


v.n'i9imo» wa y — uuni 

have vour range checked 
brated before Santa arrl 

cial *23.95. Phone Jim's J 


Ceramic Tiling 

~CE RAMIC TILING 
And painting, quality work, f-e# 
estimates. Call Lawrence or Bob 
at 383-6773. 


HI THERE! JIM'S APPLIANCE. 
Washer, dryer, stove and dish¬ 
washers. Free estimates. 388-5363, 
pager 500. (24 hr. service). 


WASHERS, DRYERS. RANGES, 
refrigerators, vacuums repaired. 
Phoenix Appliance Repair, 
388-4621. 


JAMES BAY APPLIANCE 
heavy duty repairs. 383-4762. 


Cleanup Service# 


TWO YEARS OF SERVICE TO 
Greater Victoria. Bv the load, by 
the hour, by the contract. Base¬ 
ments, attics, garage, yards, Spe¬ 
cializing In construction, remodell¬ 
ing and demolition clean-up. Tw# 
trucks to serve you fast, anytime. 
For free estimates phone 478-8210 
or 592-0480. _ 

PROMPT, EFFICIENT 

Basements, household, qaroaga. 
regular clean ups, full janitorial 
service. Call Larry, 477-8711 or 

652-4322. 


Classified — Victoria's Largest Proven Market Place—Where Your Articles Sell Faster! Cost Less to Sell - 386-2121 































































































































































































































ft; BUSINESS SERVICES 
and DIRECTORY 

Cleanup Service* 


NO CHARlft AND UP 
Two young responsible men hav* 
largo truck. Basement, attics, 
composts, etc. Very reasenable. | 
Bob s . 386-2451 anytime. _ 

FAMILY MAN WITH TRUCK 
needs work, will clean up yards, 
oarages, basemenls, attics, will 
also do plumblno, drain tile work 

and fencing. 478-6054,._ 

CLEANUPS AND HAULING, 
junk, furniture, composts, garages, 
yards, basements. Free estimates. 
Eugene, 383-3528._ 


LET TOM DO IT, LIGHT HAUL- 
mg, clean basement, yard, odd 
iocs, free estimates, 856-4770._ 


Pacific Draperies 

CUSTOM MADE DRAPERIES 
Commercial and Residential 
Specialists 

650 Hillside_ 388-4*13 

Dressmaking: 

dressmaking] draperies 

and sewing of ell kinds and alter¬ 
ation*. 477-0854. 


Dry wall 

HOLLANDIA orywall. com- 

plete high quality drywall service, 
20 years experience, low prices, 
free estimates. Please' phone 
385-6609. 


CLEAN-UP 

Basements, attics, yards, compost 
boxes and iunk hauling. 658-5406. 


BEAUTIFUL GARDENS 
Garden cleanup, landscaping and 

winter, pruning. 595-2500. _ 

TREES PRUNED AND UM8ED. 
ornamental and hedges trlmmad. 
Tr ansplanting. 383-r 

ENGLISH GARDENER 
Full maintenance. Pruning. Roto- 
tllllng. 656-3259. _ 

385-8196 

Rotovatlng, grass cutting, hauling, 
yard cleanup, handyman repairs. 


DAILLY DRYWALL 


Small lobs, guaranteed, quality, 

, C "dmbbiw ! boarding and taping. Aftar 6 p.m. 
LARGE RUBBISH cal) Rob , 384-2760. 

estimates. 479-4067 atter ---—--- 

6, before 8 a.m. i BOARDING, TAPING TEXTUR; 

--■ ■ --■ - i Ing, also, painting, roofing and 

ANYTHING .—.EVERYTHING. NO gutters. Reasonable rates. Phone 


SMALL 
pickups, 
before 


ANYTHING - EVERYTHING. NO gutters. 
Charge and Up. Reasonable and 362-4846. 
Reliable. 382-5MJ. i - 


— DRYWALL 

WILL DO SMALL MOVING JOBS, | Renovations, boarding, taping and 

reaso nable . Phone 383-590L_ fancy textures. Fix ups my specia- 

MAN WITH PICKUP, SMALL W* 384-9f93. 
c leanups, an ytime. Kelly, 3 88-4049. | rqyal TEXTURE. .CEILINGS 
HOME AND BUSINESS CLEAN' 

UPS. 474-1955. _ 


PRUNING ^ 

Get your orders in now. 479-4067 
after 6 or before I a.m. _ 

GARDEN MAINTENANCE, OEN- 

eral yard clearing, reasonable 
rates. 721-3020 after 5. 


.and walls sprayed and repaired. 
Free estimates. Please phone 
, 385-6609. 


OoDtrarlons 


WHEATON 

CONSTRUCTION LTD. 

General Contractors 

Building Consultants 
385-5102 

EVERTSE CONSTRUCTION 
With 25 years experience In all 
phases of house construction. 
Would appreciate a chance to 
Quote on your new house, addition 
or renovation plans. For free es¬ 
timates Please call 477-0588 around 
6 p.m. _ 


I ARE YQtfWRENOVATING? IF SO 
-Igive us a call, our price is hard to 
beat. 479-9202. 


HARVEY'S LANDSCAPING, 
book now, pruning trees, shrubs, 
etc. Fong, 479-7078, 384-8621. 

Glass and Glazing 

Glassy Jacks' 
Amazing Glazing 

All types of alass work at reason¬ 
able rates. Please phone 388-6275 
peger No. 2777. 


VICTORIA CITY MOVERS. 
Phone day or nlaht, confirmed 
price or i!8. hourly. Dependable 
and courteous. Free estimates, no 
obligations, 312-1315. _ 

BIG OR SMALL. WHY PAY BIO 
prices for reasonable, reliable, ex¬ 
perienced movers. Pensioner rates. 
Estim ate s. Guara n teed. 382-5625. 

MOVING AND HAULING, EXPE- 
rienced persons, free estlmefes. 
Call Victoria Saif Help Society. 
Phone 384-4632, 380-5786. 

FRANK'S DELIVERY 
Small moves and pickup delivery 
service. $9.00 an hour, I man. 
$14.50, two men. 382-5275. 


CLARKS CONSTRUCTION 
Residential and commercial, house 
framing, custom home, renova¬ 
tions with additions. All types of 
concrete work., Free estimates. 
New concrete strip-easy forms for 
rent. 479-5020. 


CLARK’S CONSTRUCTION 

Residential and commercial, cus¬ 
tom homes, renovations and addi¬ 
tions. ail typres of concrete work. 

estimates. New concrete 
Strip-easy Form for rent. 479-5020. 


LOW COST PRICES, 35 CENTS 
per foot, most houses, repairs and 
renovations. '386-9616. 


Electrical Contractor* 

OLDER HOMES REWIRED —NO 
down payment. We finance at 
bank rates with approved credit. 
EDDY'S ELECTRIC — 385-76666 


_ _ _ ELI_ 

plete residential wiring. Phone any 
time for free estimates. Reason¬ 
able. Ray English, 387-2473. 


JOURNEYMAN ELECTRICIAN 
will do lobs In aftarnoon, evenings 
and weekends -Ho lob too small. 
Reasonable. 5954)544. _ 


SMALL WIRING JOBS. FAST 
and reasonable service, phone eve- 
ninqs 385-5378. 


ISLAND FRAMING 
Framing crews aballable now, for 
residential and commercial. Expe¬ 
rienced, reliable and efficient men. 
652-3572 


RICHTON 

CONSTRUCTION LTD. 
Serving Greater Victoria 
Saanich Peninsula. 

656-4309 456-5221 


ALRIGHT BUILDERS 
479-1160 

Renovations, additions, kitchens, 
finishing, wood windows, double 
glass. _ 


RESIDENTIAL WIRING AND RE- 
oalrs, reasonable, hourly or con- 
tract. After 5 p.m. please, 4 78-3806. 

RESIDENTIAL WIRING AND Ap¬ 
pliance hookups. Reasonable rates. 
479-3025. _ 


ELECTRICIAN, FREE Es¬ 
timates. Call Bernle, 386-1094. 


Excavating 

EXCAVATING, LAND CLEAR. 
Ing, ro*J building, demolition, 
sand end gravel equipment ren¬ 
tals. 24-hc-ur service. Radio con- 
trolled. 

O.K. Trucking Co. Ltd. 

Bus. Office, 2840 Nanaimo, 486-3414 
Dispatcher 2720 Turner, 382-6136. 


DAVE'S LIGHT MOVING. PICK¬ 
UPS end deliveries. $8 one man. 
$13.30 two man. 596-6487, 

FLASHBACK CARTAGE. HOUSE- 
hold and apartment moving. 
385-1733, 388-6275 pager 607. 


APT. AVAILABLE NOV. 
TO JANUARY. PH. 658-5097. 


PERSONALS 



STORM WINDOWS OR THERMO 
lass conversions. Phone Al can 
lUlldlng Products. 652-3901 or 
_oug Bowker 652-2761 evenings. No 
obligation. Free estimates. 


WINDOWS 
Change wood to aluminum, single 
to thermo with Ever-brlte. Phone 
384-1423, 658-8817. 


Gutter Cleaning and Repair 


Aluminum Gutters 

5" CONTINUOUS In baked enamel 
B.C. ALUMINUM 479-7121 

"THE NAME YOU KNOW"_ 


LET US CLEAN YOUR GUTTERS 
and down pipes with our leak 
proof and preservative treatment. 
Very reasonable. All work guararv 
teed. 652-1197. __ 


GUTTERS, DRAINPIPES, DRAIN 
tiles, chimney repaired and re¬ 
placed. All work guaranteed. 
479-8196. 


GUTTERS CLEANED, WASHED, 
repaired, estimates. 479-4047 after 
6 or before 8 a.m. 


HANDYMAN 

479-0144 


PLUMBING, 
electrical. Labour 
383-1233. 


SMALL HOUSEHOLD REPAIRS. 
Phone 595-4595. atter 5 p.m. 


STTATIONWAGON MOVES 
$7 PER HR.. 382-8471. 


PAULINE RICHARD, LAST 
know address, 144-9700 Booavert- 
ture Dr. S.W.. Calgary, Alberta, or 
anyone knowing her whereabouts, 
please contacf 101-727-dth Ave. 
S.W., Calgary, Alberta T2P 0V1 
on a matter of 
concern. 


MOVING AND DELIVERIES. Ap¬ 
pliances, furniture, households. 
Eugene. 383-352*. 


Painter* and Decorator* 


ISLAND 
DECORATORS 
Painters Paperbangers 

Spray Painters 
Plaster Repairs 
Convenient Time Payments 
383-9059 Eves. 382-1479 


CLARK AND PATTISON 
PAINTING CONTRACTORS LTD. 
Specializing In sand blasting, 
spray painting, wall covering* and 
special coatings. 

"We Cover Tha Island" 
Victoria 384-8831 384-0443 

Nanaimo 754-9321 

Courtenay 336-2296 


MATURE OUTGOING WOMAN IN 
forties, would like to meet sincere 
gentleman of similar age, form 
companionship, dancing, etc. No 
trlflers please. Confidential. Reply 
giving details and phone number 
to Victo ria P ress Box 603. _ 

FAIRLY MODEST QUITE EL- 
derly gent, financially secure has 
well equipped home near Duncan, 
needs lady companion 65-75, house¬ 
keeper, chauffeur, some garden¬ 
ing, correspond. What pay? Write 
Victoria Pr e sa, Box 608. 

YOUNG LOOKING, ATTRACTIVE 
lady, early 60's, honest, sincere, 
kind, good natured, finds life quite 
lonely. Wishes to meet gentleman 
ages 60-66, for companionship. 
Snap would be appreciated. Write 
Victoria Press, Box 597. 


BROTHERS PAINTING 
AND DECORATING 
Free appraisals, cost consultant. 
All types of painting. All type* of 
repairs. Commercial, term, resi¬ 
dential. Lowest rates. Terms. 
Work guaranteed. 383-8112. 


IF QUALITY AS WELL AS 
price Is Important, call Specialty 
Painting at 595-4424 for a painting 
estimata. FULLY qualified with 
solid references. 


IT IS STILL TIME TO HAVE 
things cleaned up for Xmas. Call 
evenings for free estimates, 
595-3621. 


T. & C. BUILDERS LTD. 
Framing 

38S3293 385-8587 


BOBCAT SERVICE COMWER- 
dal and residential. Contact Juen 
cia Fuca Lawn Servlcas, 388-9153 
(res. 478-9917)._ 


MOLLOY-JONES 
'■•sidential and commercial tram- 
inn. quality guaranteed 
6:6-1897—656-3460 


RENOVATIONS AND ALTER- 
ations, commercial and residential, 
ohone 478-2860 or 721-3504 (Vic¬ 
toria). Fre e estim ates. _ 

FARMER CONSTRUCTION 
Design — Renovations 
388-5121 


R J. RESTALL CONSTRUCTION 
Ltd., framing and general contract¬ 
ing. Quality guaranteed. 478-0430. 

CONSTRUCTION, COLWOOD OR 
Metchosin, any typa or size, phone 
478-4641. 


K. HiYDE CONSTRUCTION LTD 
Framing, finished, renovation craw 
available. 479-5640 after 5 p.m. 


Drain Service 


A COMPLETE SEWER, DRAIN- 
age and Septic Field Service, 
cleaning, repairing, Installations, 
etc. 5954)575 — Anytime. 


Drafting 


Draperies 


ROBERTSONS EXCAVATING 
450 Case, land clearing, bulldozing 
and backhoe. 595-8530._ 


CRAIG'S TRACTOR SERVICE 
Grading, loading, backfilling, 
cleanup, snow clearing. 721-3380. 


Fencing 


ISLAND CHAIN LINK 
FENCING LTD. 

Fencing In wire and wood. 
_477-0332_ 

FENCES BUILT AND RE- 
paired. any style. 382-2732, 
478-1050. 


Flooring and Sanding 

M & M FLOOR 

COMPLETE FLOORING CENTRE 
Hardwood, Carpets and Linos 
532 William St., 384-0343 
Nights: Al 384-3078—Mike 652-4308 


Furniture reftniehing 


PIANOS, DINING AND BED- 
room suites, refinished. Alpha Fin¬ 
ishers Ltd., 383-5521. 


Gardening 


Hauling 


SMALL DUMP TRUCK, PICKUP 
delivery, cleanup service, haul 
anything up to 3 yards, prompt 
reasoneole. 384-3498 , 598-6014._ 


GENERAL CLEANUPS AND 
hauling sand, gravel, ho* fuel. 
474-2409 any time. _ 


CLEAN-UPS AND HAULING. 
Gravel, sand, topsoil. Eugene, 
3*3-352*. __ 


TRUCK HAULING, CLEAN UPS, 
sand, manure, gravel, hog fuel, 
etc. 3889079. 


Home Improvement* 


DUTCH LANDSCAPES 

__ Tree pruning, hedges and shrubs 

SUPERIOR DESIGN OF ANY trimmed. Government Certified 
s’ructure. Reasonable rates. Call spraying, clean-ups, low main- 
John Lewis anytime 5958967. tenance gardens, planting, design- 

NORM FRIESEN, DESIGNER- Fr# * est,ma,es - 

Builder, architectural design and i *'*-iu/j. 

c,ratting. 5951871. _, A .G. PERSONAL GARDEN AND 

I lawn service. Maintenance con- 
I tracts Invited for 1978. Time to 
| slqn up now 479-4067 after 4 p.m. 
or before 8 a.m. _ 


HOURIGAN'S 

Floor Covering Specialists 

NOW SHOWING 
DRAPERIES 

PROMPT IN-HOME SERVICE 


BROOK-LANDS TREE SERVICE, 
i Call now for advice and free es¬ 
timates on pruning and removal. 
I 382-0248, 592-7937. 


I JENNINGS GARDENING. GEN- 
i eral clean-up, regular mainte¬ 
nance. Estimates. 477-9869, 
U77-1926. 


715 PANDORA AVE. 


... _ . LICENSED GARDENER 

386 2401 Fall cleanup, pruning ate. Garden- 
——- Inq year round by contract. G. 


[IMPERIAL 

BWUMM MATHMLS US. 

Before You Buy 
Be Sure to Check _ 

Our Low, Low Prices On 

MERIT & LONGBELL 
Cabinets 

Our Experts Would Be Happy 
To Help You Design 
The Kitchen Of Your Cholca. 

AND 1111 Don't buy appliances 
until you check our prices on 
JENN-AIR, CHAMBERS, HOT 
POINT and others. 

2955 Douglas — 3*5-1401 
Store Hours—Mon. to Friday $-3 
Sat. 9-5 

Evanlngs Jim Griffin 642-4363 
Ted Lorlmer 474-1854 


EXP. ENGLISH PAINTER 
Int. and Ext., 35 yrs. experience 
Paperhanging. Minor Repairs 
Fraa Estimates. Anytime 478-1810 


urgent persona! 


ATTRACTIVE, VIRILE YOUNG 
man, 27, desires discreet private 
relations with ettractlva woman, 
18-35. All correspondence confiden¬ 
tially answered. Write Michelle at 
Victoria Press Box 541. 


TEN ONLY 
LOW GRADE MIXED 
LUMBER PACKAGES 
Each banded package contains 
mixed qualities of dimensional 
lumoer. Approx. 600 board leet 
minimum per package and priced 
for quick sale. 8 packages — $40 
each. 2 packaoes — $50 each. All 
sales final. We 
pkes. 

4 ONLY 
MERIT 

KITCHEN CABINETS 
$39.95 

1 ONLY 

9' x 6' Garage Door 
With Rebuilt Hardware 
Door requires Drilling and 
Refitting 
$49.95 


DISCREET, ATTRACTIVE 
young couple v/ould like to meet 
other couples and single ladles for 
mutual enjoyment. Victoria Press 

BOX 595. _ 

LONELY 32-YEAR-OLD RED- 
head wishes to meet gent In mid 
30s for companionship. Photo ap¬ 
preciated. Victoria Press, Box 495. 


CIVILIZED WORKING MAN 
(near 50) seeks the companionship 
of a mature woman. Please write 
Victoria Press Box 607. 


TWO DIVORCED LADIES NEW 
In town, wanting to meet classy 
male friends. Strictly confidential. 
Reply Victoria Press Box 581. 


DOWSON PAINTING CONTRAC¬ 
TOR, RESIDENTIAL COMMER¬ 
CIAL: WORK GUARANTEED. 

Free etf(mates. 3*5-6042. 


PARAGON PAINTINGS, SIDNEY, 
B.C., Interior and exterior decor¬ 
ating. Fee estimates. Phone 
*54-4352. 


EXPERIENCED PAINTER, 
free estimates, papering, signs, 
immediate service, lowest rates. 
383-7879. 


PAINTING AND DECORATING, 
reasonable rates, satisfaction 
guarantaad. Terms. 595-4905 
479-2473. 


SINGLE R€TIRED GENT, SEEKS 
single home loving non-smoking 
ladv under 60 tor friendship. Vic¬ 
toria Press Box _5*4._- 

WIDOWS INFORMATION 
CENTRE 

X4-420 View St., 388-4101. 


20 SHEETS 
Rough Sawn Siding 
4' x O' Sheets 
$8.50 ee. 

30 SHEETS 

Crezon One Face Plywood 
4' x 8' Sheets 
$8.50 ea. 

2 SHEETS 

Fir Marine Plywood 
1 Only V' 4' x 12'. $29.95 

1 Only W 4' x 12', $29.95 

4 Ft. HIGH 

Chain Link Fence Package 
Includes all fencing, posts, rails, 
tie wire, fittings, etc. for 200 lineal 
ft. of fencing. 1 pko. onl 
$2 Per Lineal 

5 ONLY 
ROCKWELL 

12" Combination — Rip Blades 
Reg. $20.95 
$ 12 . r ‘ 


WHO CARES IF YOU ARE 
pregnant? Birthright does. Phone 
364-1431. 


NEED RIDE FROM JAMES BAY 
to Woolco. 5:30 a.m. Shara gas. 
384-3303. 


. ree estimates, reasonable rates. 
Paper hanging, drywall repairs. 
642-4522. 


40 BUSINESS PERSONALS 


MODERN DECORATOR, INTER- 
lor, exterior, paperhanging; very 
reasonable. 478-7792 any time. 


WILL PAINT ANY ROOMS, BIG 
or small, $20. Call anytime, 
30-8026, 302493. 


WILL PAINT ANY 1 BEDROOM 
apartment, $100. Guaranteed work. 
383-8026, 383-2493. 


WILL DO INTERIOR PAINTING 
and paper hanging, reasonable 
rates, free estlmefes. 309153. 


HUSTON BROS. PAINTING 
Quality painting and paper hanging. 
Residential — Commercial. 386-9884. 


a 


Somarsb; 
Woodworkers 
Ltd. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 
Custom Built 
—Wooden windows and sash 
—Thermo, single, or lead-zinc 
—Wooden window repairs 
—Repairs to anything In wood 
Factory—Bridge and Hillside 
386-0212 388-6646 


OYAL CITY DRAPERIES AND Barta, 474-2*80. 

nterior, custom made draperies, —- „ ..... 

esidential and commercial. 633B FRANKS GARDENING 
>avid St., 388-5536. 1 pruning. 477-5335. 


THE ACES* 


ON BRIDGE 

*v 

IRA Q CORN JR. 

T*AM CAPTAIN 


'Most of the shadow* of 
this life are caused by our 
atandlng in our own 
sunahlne.* - Ralph Waldo 
Emerson. 

There was nothing but 
shade for a California 
team in the play of t4>day , s 
slam hand. Not only was a 
doubled diamond slam 
made with the North-South 
cards at one table; the 
same team bid and made s 
redoubled heart slam with 
the East-West cards in the 
replay. 

When first played. Larry 
Jolma, partnered by Doro¬ 
thy Bussey, both of Port¬ 
land, Ore., opened the 
South hand six diamonds. 
This was passed around to 
East who doubled, thinking 
surely that at least two of 
his three aces would cash. 
No such luck. Jolma ruffed 
the opening lead, drew 
trump* and conceded a 
trick to the club ace and 
scored an easy 1,540 points 
for the doubled team. 

When the hand was 
replayed, the opposing 
team also opened the South 
hand with six diamonds. 
However, Mrs. Marge 
Jolma (West) decided to 
'save' at six hearts. North 
doubled voraciously and 
East (Tom Bussey of Port¬ 
land) couldn’t believe his 
ears. How was all this 
bidding going on when he 
was looking at three aces? 
'Redouble/ was the only 
manly answer. 

Against six hearts redou¬ 
bled. North led the dia¬ 
mond king which Marge 
ruffed. East’s heart jack 
was successfully finessed 
and trumps were drawn. 
West crossing to her hand 
with the spade king. Even¬ 
tually a spade was lost to 
North and the redoubled 
heart slam was home for 
2.020 more points to the 
Jolma team. 

The match was played at 
IMPS at the Oregon Trail 
Regional and the IMP 
swing was 23 IMPS, one 


NORTH 1I«-A 
4 Q J 7 *4 
? Q«S 

♦ K* 

♦ Q7 J 

WEST EAST 

4KSS2 4 A 10 • • 
j K 109 78 541 } A 

4 $ 4 A *84 

SOUTH 

4 - 

I AQ J DI542 
4 KJD95 

Vulnerable: Both, Dealer: 
South. The bidding: 

South Wnt North Ea«t 
66 Pub Pam Dbl 
Pub Pub Pass 
Opening lead: Ten of 
hearts. 


JUBILEE BUILDING 
SUPPLIES Ltd. 


Plasterer* 


THO'S STUDDERS 
PLASTERING -'STUCCO 
Start new year* right with stucco, 
shiny and bright. Old or new, price 
to suit you. Call 592-1668, 592-2111 


reen 


.95 

• ONLY 

Crane Vanity Sinks 
Assorted Colours 
Reg. $36.60 
$24.95 

3 ONLY 
Crane Toilets 
Avocado, Sand. Gold 
Reg. $105.95 
$74.95 

n Select Cedar V-Joint 
x 4" — 2lc ft. 
x 4" — 33c ft. 

Corrugated P.V.C. Roof 


Hypnosis Does Work 

Start Naw Year Resolutions 
NOW 

STOP SMOKING and LOSE 
WEIGHT 

LEARN TO RELAX 

ALPHA NEW-THOUGHT CENTRE 

_595-4022_ 

THIS CHRISTMAS GIVE A GIFT Rotary Mahogany Slab, Btfold 
of love. Give Safe-T-Etch, tub and Doors. 2', 2'6 ,r , 3' wide. All 6'8" 
shower antisllp treatment. Make'high complete with track and 
your loved ones safe from bathing i hardware, 
accidents. Available at most de¬ 
partment stores and plumbing sup¬ 
plies or phone 388-7255. Also avall- 
• -led * 


SANDED PLYWOOD 

4x8--% Factory Gr. $ 6.50 
4x8—% Factory Gr. 

4x8 — 1 2 Factory Gr. 

4x8—% Factory Gr. 

D UNSANDED 

4x5-5-16 5 4.95 

4x8—% 5 5.50 

4x8—H J 7-25 

4x8J10.50 

Framing 
Lumber . 

STD. & BTR. FIR 

Price per 1000 FMB 
2x4-6’ $ 95 

2x6—12’ 5239 

2x6-14* 5239 

2x12—8*-2C’ $306 

STD. & BTR. HEM. 

2x4-6' $ 85 

2x4—7' 5 * 

2x4 - 92'4 Stud 5215 

2x10-8'—20' 5239 

2xl2-«'—20’ 5229 

SHIPLAP C.S.V. 

1\8 Hem $169 

1x8 Fir 5189 

Deliveries made anywhere 
on Vancouver Island. Before 
you buy compare our prices. 
For quality service and 
guaranteed savings, phone: 

385- 8711 

386- 3374 


Plumbing and Heating 


able f or tiled su rfaces._ 

OBJECT, MATRIMONY? 

A Meaningful Relationship’ 
Personal introductions between 
sincere, compatible people ar¬ 
ranged In complete privacy. No 
need to be lonely ever aaain. 
Write in confidence, P.O. Box 2497 
Sidney. __ 


Amerock Carriage House 
Decorator Hardware 
Antique Silver Finish 
50% Off Reoular Price 
All Items in Stock 


$12.95 


1 


50 SHEETS 

$e"Rough Sawn Green 
Exterior Sheathing 
Rea. $20.95 
'J 4' x. 


$14.95 4 


' Sheet 


SAVE $100 
1 ONLY 

6‘0" x 6'8" Mirrored Bitold Door 
Req. $299 
$199 


Somersby 
Woodworker* 
Ltd. 

Manufacturers of 


SAVE 

m 

ON CONN 
PRELUDE 

SUGGESTED RETAIL 
52350 

Now Only 
51895 

See Reg Stone and 
Lann Copeland at 
SOUND OF MUSIC 
PIANO AND ORGAN 
CENTRE 

1517 Quadra 383-0239 


HAMMOND 

BARGAIN 

COLUMN 


T-500 Spinet 
All Sounders 
Piper 

i 

Ask about other used organ 1 77 
bargains available. 

See Reg Stone and 
Lann Copeland at 
SOUND OF MUSIC 
PIANO AND ORGAN 
CENTRE 

1517 Quadra 383-0239 


6-STRING ELECTRIC RHYTHM 
guitar, like new, $50 . 592-0257. 


MUSIC TTIACTUALS 

—KEYBOARD CLASS 
—INSTRUCTION 
-PRE-SCHOOLERS 
—SPECIAL rates for SENIOR 
citizens 

BERNIE PORTER MUSIC 
725 CALEDONIA, 382-9542. __ 

TAKE GUITAR LESSONS , ti 
With Guitar Specialists! Call 
595-8365 evenings. The English 
Music studio, 2020 Douglat. _ 

EXPERIENCED SINGING 
teacher, University area. Doreen 

Thompson, 477-0915._ 

PIANO TEACHER IN GORDON 
Head area. Phone Jim Anderson, 

477-6439._ 

GUITAR, CLARINET. SAX.) PRI- 
vale lessons. $3.50. from profes¬ 
sional. Esquimau. 385-7600. 
MUSIC~LESSONS r FOR GUITAR, 

I flute, clarinet, saxophone. Phone 


52995 

$5991 477-8114. ” 


MOTORCYCLES 


—Wooden windows and sash 
—Thermo, single or lead zinc 
—Finished lumber and mouldings 


AQUARIAN PLUMBING 
AND HEATING 

Richard Bales, licensed plumber, 
will do renovations, new Installa¬ 
tions, alterations, repair, at rea¬ 
sonable cost. I qoarantee my 
workmanship. 382-1653. 


DUAL PLUMBING 
and HEATING 

Repairs, altaratlons, hot watt 
heaters and remodelling, 
and 598-7191. 


WOULD YOU LIKE BEAUTIFUL 
natural-looking nails tor Christ¬ 
mas? I will do the sculptured nails 
(or the next two weeks, $15 a set. 
Come and have them done In the 
comfort of my home. Fully quali¬ 
fied technician. 595-0544. 


Metal Bifold Doors 
3 only 5'0"x6'8" 

2 only 5'0"x8'0" 

2 only 6'0"x8'0" 

1 only 2'6"x8'0" 

1 only 2'6"x8'0" 


ORGAN 5ALE/77 

_____ , J(& N 0 A ?m 

Pocket and outside door frames YAMAHA ELECTONE $277 

—Overhead, Entrance and detailed j THOMAS «77 

doors : HAMMOND $377 

—Architectural mlilwork Igalanti * $577 

—Customer sanding, planning and ZACHARY _ $ 57/ 

re-sawing — * 

—Cabinets and Stairs 

—Alt our lumber is square edge, HO)- - - „ 

full 3*" 714 FORT 388-9632 

—Repairs to wooden windows In- 


j Gleeson Music City 

>,l HOME OF HAMMOND ORGAN 


DEALERS FOR MERIT AND 
DIAMOND KITCHEN CABINETS 
For your complete kitchen renova¬ 
tions, Phone 388-5412 or 477-1956 
(Evenings) and ask for an es¬ 
timate. _' 


Island Kitchens 

MERIT — Cabinets, Vanities 
Free Estimates 
Visit Our Showroom 
(Corner of David and Gorge) 
Across from the Colony Motor Inn 
Phone 388-6649 


ITCHEN CABINETS, 

athroom vanities and counter 
ops, all custom built, or refacing 
he old cabinets with new modern 
eslqns with low prices. For free 
sflmates call 479-7245. _ 


M & M PLG. HTG. 

Licensed guaranteed work. 

‘ tntlat 


DAVID’S PLUMBING 

Emergency Service, HW tanks, 
plumbing repairs, sewer cleaning. 
386-8881. 


Needs your contribution of: News¬ 
papers, bottles, iars, cans, card¬ 
board, brown bags, aluminum foil. 
INFO. Call 479-1015 (Tuesday-Sat- 
ur day 8 :30-4:30). 4026^Borden._ 

STUD ENT ENTREPRENEUR 
with paid student help will pick up 
- - recvcleable furniture and apph- 
592-4356 ances free of charge. 386-0831 or 

388-6275' pager 735^anytime._ 

SAVE DOLLARS SAVE OUR Re¬ 
sources, supplement your home 
comfort with solar heating, for es¬ 
timate call Adam'sons Solar Manu¬ 
facturing Corp. 478-5401.__ 


repairs, 


WARM AIR DUCTS ADDED OR 
moved, furnaces and zero clear¬ 
ance fireplaces Installed. Call 
Gary Bishop Heating, 656-2460. 


RELIABLE PLUMBING AT THE 
right price. Residential or Com¬ 
mercial. Kevin Laurie, 477-8831. 


REPAIRS AND RENOVATIONS, 
18 years ew>erlence. Low rates. 
652-5813. 


ALCAN BUILDING PRODUCTS 

SAVE h4W|??G^6oLI 


PLUMBING 
Qualified plumber, fast and 
sonable, reference*. 478-1841. 


Storm Wlndowa — Thermal 
- Alcan Skiing 
Oave 652-3901_Evt 


LARS 

18 1 GI8 


PRO ROOFING — FREE ESTI 
mates on asphalt, cedar shakes. 
Guaranteed workmanship. 382-1585 
or 385-8305. 


GLACIER INSULATION LTD. 
Specializing In ralnsulatlon and 
new construction. Phono 388-6844 
anytime._ 


UPGRADE YOUR ATTIC INSU- 
latlon with fibreglass batts, low 
insulation chargas, frea astlmatas. 
552-4125. 


ROOFER, EXPERIENCED, 
shakes, durold and rapalrs. 
592-0435 evanlngs. 


$125 PER HOUSE, APARTMENT 
3 cents per foot, Including poly 
and labour prlca only, 386-96)6. 


leas than the maximum 
number of IMPS that can 
be scored on any one hand! 

Would a redouble of six 
diamonds have rung the 
bell? No. That would still 
have been 'only* 23 IMPS. 
Only a couple of redoubled 
overtricks would have 
gone over the top In total 
IMP awing. 


Bid With Cera 

South holds: 


BARKER 

LANDSCAPING LTD. 

Lawn specialists. Expert garden 
layout and shrub placement — 
sketches — Ideas. Our stone 
masons can build you anything In 
rock or slate — walls, patios, 
pools or pillars — ate. For a free 
competitive estimate, call 5954323. 
Terms. 


A A 18 9 8 
jAJ 
▼ I 7 $ 

4a si 4 


South 

!♦ 

1* 


Sort* 

16 

28 


North 

valuea 


Answer: Pass, 
shows minimum 
and a preference for clubs 
over spades. No game Is In 
sight so a pass is the best 
course. 


Landscaping 


Booting and Siding 


PARKER JOHNSTON LTD. 
1855 BLANSHARD. 382 9181 
"ROotlrtfl Victoria Since 1935" 


OAK BAY TAILORS 
Tailoring, alterations ladles and 
men Quality leathar altaratlons. 
1826 Oak Bav Ave. 598-4131 


F. MALLORY 
Self hypnosis lose weight, stop 
smoking, relax. By appointment 
477-1431 4:30 - 6:30 p.m. _ 


Tape Duplication, Recording Ser 
vices. Weddings, meetings, etc. 
384-6110. 


LONELY? WRITE EMILY QUEST 
Friendship Bureau. Confldantial. 

P O Box 5220 .__ 

BRISTOL TOWN HAIR FASH- 
Ions, downtown welcomes Heather 

b ack. Ca ll 383-0433._ 

BEAUTIFUL INDOOR POOL AND 
SAUNA. Restricted availability. In¬ 
dividual and family rates. 386-2812. 


MRS. PAYNE-JONES, TRANCE 
medium. Questions answered. 386- 
3603. 


DIVORCE PAPERS, 
menu, manuscripts, etc., 
typed. Phone 386-5417. 


DOCU- 

expertly 


BRISTOL TOWN UNISEX HAIR 
Fashions downtown. We do so 
mu ch for you I Call 383-0 433. 
MAKEUP. LEARN HOW TO 
apply your own makeup like an 

expert. CaU 3 *8-6477. _ 

ACNE AND OTHER SKIN PROB- 
fems can be successfully treated, 
call 388-6477. _ 


$49,95 

$5-1.95 

I54.9| 

$39.95 

$34.95 


lY'x3V«' 

Vi"x2'.*‘ 


Cedar Bevelled Base 

12c ft. 

Cedar Miracle Casing 

12c ft. 


eluding glass 
—Repairs to anything In wood 
Office: 411 Hillside Avenue 
Factory: Hillside and Bridge 
3864)212 388-6645 


ALUMINUM WINDOWS 
3 only 10‘x4- $49.95 

5 only 10'x2' $44.95 

3 only B'x4' $39.95 

5 only B'x3'6" $34.95 

4 only 8'x2'4" $29.95 

All Items Subject to 
Prior Sale 

400 GORGE RD. EAST 
386-32)1 


SAANICH LUMBER YARDS 
3041 Douglas St. 385-2486 

Material fir 12x20 garage. 

roofinq extra $340.00 

Compost box, 4x6 $ 10.00 

Work bench, materials $ 12.00 

8xl0 Greenhouse 
Setttt Dinqhy 6'x7'6" 
Chicken Coop 6'x7'6" 


CARD READING 

in depth. 652-178$. _ 

SERVICE, 


VICTORIA ESCORT 
part-time help needed, 383-5311. 


Tree Service 


SAANICH LANDSCAPING 
Complete stonework, for good 
quality, at the lowest price for the 
season, fireplace, stonewalls, 
driveways, sidewalks, complete 
andscaping. 479-6490. 


CEDARDALE 
TREE SERVICE 

385-9931 


MT. VIEW TREE SERVICE 
"Everything in Trees" 
Fulhr Insured. 479-3173 (24 hr.) 


CHRIS DESIGN LANDSCAPE 
Ltd. Designing and redesigning all 
phases of landscaping and garden 
maintenance. For free estimate 
c all Chris M acLean, 38 4-4076 ._ 

JAUN DE FUCA LAWN SERVICE 
(also landscaping). Ewerleoced 
and guaranteed. 388-9153 (Res. 
478*917). 


PORTUGESE LANDSCAPING 
Stonework, rock walls, fireplaces 
and landscaping. Free estimates. 
Reasonable prices, $95-5439. 


Masonry 


EXPERT PORTUGUESE STONE- 
mason, all types of stone work, 
walls, fireplace, eny type, rock or 
trick work, reasonable rates, Joe 
Cravelro. 388-9195. 


TONY'S MASONRY, ALL TYPES 
of masonry, rock work, facing fire¬ 
places, retaining walls, steps, con¬ 
crete work, reasonable rates. Call 
anytime, 386-Q191. 


VICTORIA STONEWORK 
Complete masonry service. No lob 
too big or too small. Rock, brick 
and blockwork. Residential or 
commercial. Phone 595-7327. 


SCOTIA MASONRY 
Facings, brick, block, no lob to 
mall. Phone 382-7693. 


RESIDENTIAL OR COMMER- 
I cial masonry work, free estimates. 
1 479-0894 anytime. 


TREES 

jpped, limbed, felted, pruned, In¬ 
ured. Free estimates. 658-5046. 


SPECIAL RATES UNTIL CHRIST- 
mas. Glva us a call. Cardinal Trae 

Service, 642-5451, 479-19 *5._ 

CUSTOM TREE FALLING, REA- 
sonable. 383-2399 or 598-2079 any¬ 
time. 


BIO WIND TREE SERVICE 
low rates 388-6115 


Upholstery 


MODELS REQUIRED FOR HAIR- 
cuttlng. Phone Scissors, 388-6477, 


F* is i:::.. 

IMPERIAL 

BWLDMN MATERIALS US. 

VuMtU Sfjiipf"*. 

PRB — FINISHED 
PANELS 
SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY 
PRICES 
On 1000 Sheets 
Of Assorted Panels 
From $5.95 Sheet 
CLEARANCE OF 
CANTOR PANELS 
Cultured Rosewood 
Flint Oak 
Hearthside Pine 
REGULAR. $7.95 SPECIAL 
$5.95 

Master Charge — Chargex 
2955 Douglas 

Store Hours 

Monday to Friday 8 — 5 
Saturday 9 — 5 
Member of Victoria HUD AC 


EDUCATION 


TUTORING - PROFESSIONAL 
help by experienced teacher. 
French, math, new and old meth¬ 
ods. 598-2331. 


FUEL 


70 


MUSICAL 

INSTRUMENTS 


TRADE-IN 

SPECIALS 


PIANO TUNING 
H. Willima Piano Service 

Note New Phone Number 

652-5731 


ACETONE ELECTRONIC 
organ, two keyboards, covered, 
bend accomplement, rnythm ac- 
complement, external jacks, 
bench, 478-7837. __ 


FOR SALE; TWO ALTEC POWER 
cabinet, one acoustic P.A. ampli¬ 
fier, one Hohner Planet. Bert offer 
takes asv or all. Phone 754-7647, 

Nanaimo_ 

TAPCO U CHANNEL MIXER, 
6100 R. Two Sound Source TMH 
PA boxes. Two JBL 2220's. Roland 
space echo. Dynaco 150 power 
smp. 598-2560 after 6 p.rrL_ 


Avoid Price 
Increase Now! 

On 78 Hondas 

Due to our lowering dollar, 
effective Jan. 1st, 1978, 
Honda Motorcycles have an 
expected price increase of 
107. Because of this we are 
offering our available stock 
on an interest free layaway 
till Feb. 1st. ’78. A min. 10% 
deposit Is required to hold 
the bike you select. 


HAMMOND sounder $495 

HAMMOND "cadette" $495 

ELECTROHOME m .$895 

KIMBALL swinger 100 $ 095 

HAMMOND Llll , $1£5 

HAMMOND Phdenlx $3495 

RENT TO OWN Available 
FREE ORGAN LESSONS 
—No Obligation— 

FOR MORE INFORMATION 
Cali: 

383-8711 

of,EN F»y A ^7 AT p U « DAYS 
CASCADE 
ORGAN & PIANO 

HOME OF KIMBALL, GALANTI 
and GULBRANSEN KEYBOARDS 
WHSE No. 2-370 GORGE RD. E. 
Behind McDonald's Su pply 

GREAT PRICES! 

GARNET "JAMMER" , i>( 
30 watts r.m.s. was S4J5 

now only $325 

GARNET "REVOLUTION" 
bass amp was $279 

now $210 

MARSHALL "MASTER" 

100 watt amp £9 $J75 

GIBSON "LES PAUL" 
custom reg $1075 

now $950 

Dean Markley strings $5.40, all ef¬ 
fects 10% oft list. Large selection 
, of used Fender Guitars and ampll- 

1 20 %* off all classical guitars this 
week <*^£ ! ft £Q(jnD MUSIC 
2031 OAK BAY AVE. 

10-5:30 dally 598-1524 


SOLINA ORGAN, DOUBLE KEY- 
board, rhythm and beat, foot 
pedal, volume control. Atter 6 p.m. 
478-0067._ 


PRE-CHRISTAAAS SPECIAL 
Eplphone electric guitars. Reg 
$259. Now $175. HALL and FAIR- 
FIELD music, 728 Fort , 385-3307._ 

ENGLISH PIANO (HAMILTON) 
sale, good condition. Phone 


for - 

366-2852 after 
ends. 


9 p.m. and week- 


TRAIL 
SL 75 $ 699 
CT 90 
XL 100 
XL 125 
XL 175 
XL 350 


$ 799 
$ 929 
$1088 
$1229 
$1644 


CB 

CM 

CB 

CB 

CB 

CB 

CB 

CB 

CB 


ROAD 
325 $ 889 

185 $1139 

400T1 $1399 
400T2 $1649 
400A $1749 

550 $2259 

750K $2699 
750F $2985 
750A $3075 


GL 1000 $3849 


NOTE — Applies only to 
Bikes available and in our 
store before Dec. 31st, 1977. 


2-JBL-PA CABS WITH 2220 JBL 
speakers, Hlwatt custom lead 100 
amp. Ibanez flying V. new model 

598-1082.____ 

SMALL KOHLER AND CAMP- 
hell olano. 2 years old, in excellent 

condmon.^ »sklno_ *1200. PIVOT, muLLINS MARINE 


AT 


SALES LTD. 

925 Yates St. DJM365A 

382-1928 382-4515 


383-uey *tt«r 5 o.r 

YOUR OLD PIANO 
Can be rebuilt, restrung^eflmshed 

or turned Into cash. 388 -929 5.__ 

O FLAT TRUMPET, HOLTON 
MF-ll, new. must sell, save $250 at 
$425. 3* 3-2793. _ 

WANTED — PLAYER PIANOS, 

rolls, parts, condition unimportant. 

Collactor. 478-0180. __. 

OLDER UPRIGHT RICHMOND 
piano, good condition, $450. 

385-9633. __ 

CONN ORGAN, GOOD CONDI- . , 4 

wry.«*"■» * 1111 '“"‘• j All Models Must Go! 


SUZUKI 
SELL OUT' 



FINEST ALDERWOOD 

Split and stacked for you and an 
oak chopping block and a supply 
of kindling at no charge. Any 
recyclable furniture and appli¬ 
ances, etc., removed at no charge. 
385-8385, 388-6275 pager 732 any- 

time. ____ 

PRESTO LOGS , , 

Delivered Carried In 
$20 $23 


Logs 


FURNITURE UPHOLSTERED 
and repaired, workmanship 
guaranteed, reasonable rates, tree 
estimates. 388-5934, evenings 
3*6-8670. 


SEASONED FIREWOOD 
Split, $30 per Va cord, free dell- 
very. Western communities, 
478-7735, evenlnqs. _ 


MIXED ALDER AND FIR. $55 
cord. ' Split and delivered. 
642-4284. 


Window Cleaning 


HUGHES RESIDENTIAL WIN- 
dow cleaning. Free estimates, 2932 
Blackwood St. 386-2582, 


TRAVEL 


MAUI 

2-btdroom deluxe condominium on 
the be«ch. Available Dec. 22-Jan. 
15, Feb. and Mar. OK Trucking 
Co. Ltd., 386-3414. 


FOR RENT 2 BEDROOM CON- 
domlnk>m In Maul, Hawaii, avail¬ 
able for Easter. Mrs. Jurlsta 
479-2*61. 


Whlttome's Travel, 388-4271. 


ALDER FIREWOOD 
Split and delivered, $50 per cord. 
749-3269. 


ALDER FIREWOOD, CUT, SPLIT 
and delivered, $60 per cord. Phone 
*42-3984. _ 


BEAVER FUEL 
Alder, $65 a cord. We guarantee a 
cord and prompt delivery. 479-0684. 


SEASONED ALDERWOOD, $40 
’7-ton truck load, spill, delivered. 
384 2652. 


MOON* WHITTINGTON 
LUMBER LTfk 

M4 BRIDGE ST. 

iM-nn 

SPECIAL 

SALE CONTINUES 

FOR THOSE WHO WANT THE 
VERY BEST IN PATIO DOORS. 
SPECIFY MW WOOD PATIO 
DOORS 

THERMO GLAZED. 
6 -Cx 6 - 8 1 / 2 — Regular Price $392.00 
Less 20 % Discount $ 78.00 

Now $313.60 

8 -OX 6 - 8 ' »—Regular Price *444.00 
Less 2016 Discount $ 88.88 

Now $355 20 

Schlage Key-In-Knob lock sets. 
Bronze finish $10 each 

Pre-cut outside door frames — 
complete with outside trim — sup¬ 
plied knock-down. $30.00 

1x12—54$ Clear Fir. Short lengths 
$1.00 per Lin. Ft. 
ALL ITEMS SUBJECT TO PRIOR 

8 a.m.-5 p.m. Mon. to Frl 


A TOUCH OF CLASS 

BALDWIN 

ORGANS 

PIANOS - FUN MACHINES, 
MUSIC BOOKS — SERVICE. 
FREE CUSTOMER PARKING. 

PORTER MUSIC 

752 CALEDONIA, 382-9542, OPEN 
'TJ!-_^ | NE-..A - SMALL DEPOSIT 


FENDER F-45 ACOUSTIC GUI- 
tar with hardshell case, like new, 
$200. 318-9003 .___ 

YAMAHA v »K-4 ORGAN AND 

bench, excellent condition, $1150. 
652-2979. 


HOLDS ANY GIF 


CAMCO DRUMS. ZILDJEN CYM- 
bals, Ludwig Snare, hard cases. 
$1,200 . 385-9986. 


5 PIECE BOLLERO DRUM SET. 
including hardware, like new, $500. 
388-4943. 


ACOUSTIC 134 AMP.,J25 WATTS 

RMS. brand new. Must sell. $625. 
383-6968. 


TRAIL 

DS80 was $549 
RM80 was $649 
DS100 was $729 
RM100 was $1,019 
DS125 was $949 
DS185 was $1,089 
TS185 was $1,229 


Now $489 
Now $589 
Now $649 
Now $89? 
Now $849 
Now $949 
Now $1,099 


SAVEJ $ 5 

on Pre-Owned Organs at Wood¬ 
ward's Lowrev TG-44-1 With 
110 Leslie Cabinet 2195.00 

Kawai E-120K 219500 

Thomas 1135 1295.00 

NEW ORGANS by 
LOWREY 
,rom mm to tows.oo 
Woodward's Pianos and Organa, 
Second Floor. 

Phone 386-3322.. 


GIBSON GUITAR, L6S WITH 

MXR and case, excellent condl- 

tlon, $550. 384 -2765. _ 

ARMSTRONG FLUTE, Ex¬ 
cellent condition. Hardly used. 
$150. 477-0677 a fter_6._ 

COMPLETE SET OF RODGERS 
drums, excellent condition, $800 or 
nearest offer. 478-6 326. 

HAMMOND M3. A GREAT 
combo, or home organ, excellent 

condition^_$1095, 595-8521._. 

YAMAHA ACCOUSTIC GUITAR, 
amp, $225 or best offer. 


ROAD 

A100was$649 Now $549 

FTS00 was $1,649 Now $1,399 

GS550 was $2,299 Now $1,999 

MULLINS MARINE 
».« SALES LTD ' jss* 

925 Pat— St. _ D-00365A 

1972 YAMAHA 250 ENDURO, LOW 

miles, must sell, $300 or offers, 
382-9026. _ 

1973 YAMAHA, 360 ENDURO, 
trail, excellent running condition, 
$475, 478-3023. 


Piper a 
382-9861. 


HAGSTROM SUEDE. ALL NATU- 

ral wood qraln, Gibson Hum buck¬ 
ing In rear. Super hard shell, Gib¬ 
son case, a beautiful guitar Phone 
Eddy, 656-2985. 


JUBILEE BUILDING 
SUPPLIES Ltd. 


ALDER, SPLIT AND DELIVERY, 
>3 5 par lar*» truck. 642-4359. 
PRESTO LOGS, DELIVERED. 
240, $37; 120, $19. Ed 479-6865. 


ALDER, FIR, AND BARK FOR 
sale, small or large loads. 479-7093. 


SPECIAL PRICES! 

Jenn-alr ranges. Merit end Dia¬ 
mond kitchen cab. Insulation, dry- 
wall 

574 Culduthel Rd. 388-5412 

(Opposite Town & Country 
next to MacDonalds Bakery) 


DON'T GET STUCK IN SNOW OR 
Ice buy your concrete blocks and 
sand tor weight at 444 John St. 
786-3000. 


GIBSON L-7 JAZZ GUITAR WITH 
plck-up and case. Immaculate, 
must b* seen, $700, 3 88-S984. 

piano'tuneS-techn^cian 

388-9295. 


GRAND PIANO FOR SALE, Ex¬ 
cellent condition. Fully serviced 
and tuned. 384-3935 or 479-0175. 


NEARLY NEW 1977 WURLITZER 

ir sprite Orbit I organ, model 


IPUS 


ANT QU C STEINWAY SQUARE 

grand piano, excellent condition. 
558-8560 after 4. _■__ 


OLDER STYLE PIANO, $275; 
4 piece drum set with cymbals, 
$150. 386-9526 or 642-5990. 


BELL SCHUMANN APARTMENT- 
size piano (full keyboard), good 
condition, $1000. 477-4881, _ 

LOWREY HOLIDAY ORGAN, 
perfect condition. Best offer. 

592-7*61. __ 

YAMAHA ELECTRIC ORGAN, 
like new, $1300. 384-6935. Can be 
seen at 1158 Empress. 


GARNET MINI-BASS AMP, $1» 
also works nicely as P.A. fo 
small si ngles act. 652-5592. _ 

WANTED: USED SET .OF 

drums for Christmas. 3 

M onday-Frlday. _ 

WANTED: USED PLAYER 
piano, call Room 206 Helm's Inn 

between 6- 7 p.m. 385-5767.__ 

LAWK E Y SUPER GENIE 
organ, excellent condition. 652-1344. 


FREDERICK MOTORS 
VICTORIA HONDA good 
their new venture. 

wishes 
luck In 

76 YAAAAHA TY250, 
extras. Good condition. 
478-3623 or 474-2001. 

MANY 

Offers. 

175 DIRT BIKE, 150 ORIGINAL 
miles, $450 or test offer. Tested. 
384-4929. 

1974 HONDA XL350, EXCELLENT 
condition. Tested. $850 or best 
offer. 479-47217. 

75 HONDA 125 MX, $450. 2571 
Midstream. 474-1648. 

'50 YAMAHA. NEEDS 
work, $250. 384-4929. 

SOME 

HONDA TRAIL B'KE. 
condition. $150. 652-7729. 

GOOD 

'74 HONDA XL124, *495. 
384-4765 

74 HARLEY DAVIDSON 1000. 
Will take trade. 385-6050. 

1973 KAWASAKI 350, $550. 
383-5188. 

PHONE 

1975 HONDA 250. GOOD 
tlon, $600. 642-3343. 

CONDI- 


HONDA 360 1975 BOUGHT NEW 
this spring, low mileage. 474-109*. 


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42 ttJEflj Colonist Victoria, B.C., Saturday, Nov, 26, 1977 


'1 1 80 BOATS and MAK1AK H,1 BOATS and MARINE <XJ HOATS auu MAK1M |8f) BOATS and MAllI.NE '0:1 C AMl'RAS, Sl-PPIJF.S 
- - -> ...- ---—-**-“ — uml PIIOIO FINISHING 


FUIINITUBB 


TIMT 1 C 10 SSV 0 KD PUZZLE 

path 
Rising 


**° 88 6«^ w ,n 
1 Fault 02 Establish 

S Halt: Prefix firmly 
9Kaapasway eaOM 

•nun womanish 

14Tres-snalre 04 Inherits: 2 
15 011 country words 
10 Wigwams 66 Stoups 
relative 67 White trosl 

17 Phone com- 68 Ending lor 
pony the or Idol 

employees 69 Corn silk 

19 Appraiser 70 Lab heater 

20 Very much 71 Standard 

21 Dock 
worker 

23 Balance 
sheet items 

25 Dirty places 

26 Furnishes 
with 
stitches 

28 Fence 
crossings 
32 Loss of 


UNITED Feature Syndicate 


37 Sleeping 
sound 

38 UCLA's rival 

39 Nasal 


41 Tap drink 

42 Grave 
45 Group of 

Can. pro- 


48 Sawbuck 
50 Town map 
61 Twirls 
54 Follows a 


DOWN 

1 Plants col¬ 
lectively 

2 Runs easily 

3 Tracts 

4 Most cordial 

5 Baseball 
statistic 

0 Sensuous 
love 

7 Retail es¬ 
tablish¬ 
ments 

0 Indus 

9 Roadways 

10 Steers to 
shore: 2 
words 

11 "What are 

you-?' 

12 


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formal 

47 European 
49 Adorn: In¬ 
formal 


24 Cob or pen 
27 S. China 
Sea gulf 

29 Rich soil 

30 Man's name .. 

31 Observes 52 Wall recess 

32 Plant fungus53 Treat with 

33 This: Sp. disdain 

34 Scope of vl- 55 Poem divi¬ 
sion sion 

35 FDR's crea- 56 Pierce 

tion 57-cellar 

36 Prehistoric 58 Riff's 

mound partner 

40 Mud deposit 59 Chem. 
-do-well ^Offends suffix 


13 Dry up: Var. 
18 Fall flower 
22-a-vls 


44 Make 60 China: 

unhappy Comb, form 
46 Waterproof 61 Fed 
sheets: In- 65 Epoch 



WE WANT 
YOUR 
BOAT! 

List your boot 
with Victoria's 
only dryland 
Boat Brokerage 
fenced-lighting 
and 

SAFEGUARDED 
We Have Buyers 
Waiting! 

To list or Buy a Boat 
Contact 

Dave Brownell 
385-1457 

MAYFAIR 

MARINE 


ON DISPLAY 

121' Chris Classic s 5.500 

21' REINELL, FWC 188 S 8,500 
; 21' K 8, C hardtop S 8,500 

21' REINELL 233 Merc S *,900 

I 22' 8AYLINER bridge $12,900 

24' GRENFELL hardtop $4,900 

124' REINELL loaded, 1976 $13,900 

175' CHRIS hardtop $13,500 

25' CARVER bridge NEW 

125' BAYLINER, hardtop $13,900 

25' BAYLINER sedan 515.500 

25' SANGSTER. bridge $15,500 

28' BAYLINER, twin Volvo $36,900 

28’ RICHARDSON, diesel $10,900 
30' CHRIS Connie 
31' CRUISE-A-HOME, new 
34' HOUSEBOAT, Iwln 
45' DISP. bridge, diesel 
36' PELAGIC, diesel 
45' DISP. bridge, diesel 
SAIL 

21' BUCCANEER. NEW 
23' PACESHIP. immac. 

24' SAN JUAN, loaded 
24' WOODEN SLOOP, 

26' RAWSON, race equip. 

?»' CROWN 



BERTRAM 38' TRI-CABIN 
Twin GM 6V53s — diesel Onan — 
all electric stove — fridge — 
freezer — lc# maker. Ideal Winch. 
Boston Whaler on Bremer Davits. 
Bendix ADF, Sperry auto, pilot, 
etc. Low time, immaculate condi¬ 
tion. 656-4270 for appointment to 
view, near Sidney. 


"It’s The Service 
That Sets Us Apart” 


ONLY 4 

'77 BAVLI'NER 


II-FORDS 

MULTI-GRADE PAPER 
NOW IN STOCK 


Bill's Photo Supply 

CUSTOM CATALINA 27, EXTRA 1u7 c tS^.oIo* 
mat and roving in hull, tail mast lo75 Douglas .>#.5-7-1 


with oversize rigging, diesel, ... 
nace, custom teak Interior arid I 
much more. Certainly the nicest I 
Catiline around. On Display. 1 
1 $24,000. Gypsy Yacht Sales, 2270 , 
' Harbour Rd., Sidney, 656-5591. 


1575 26' CAMPION COMMAND 
Bridge, 351-235 h.p., 10/ 2 depth 
sounders, ? compasses, CB radio, 
trlmtab. balance o* moorage until 
Inbaard-Outboard Cruiserftijwarch 3i«t, plus many more 
extras. New price well over 


S 6.500 
SI 1,900 
SI2.900 1 
$ 8,750! 
S 9.900 
$19,900! 

30' CUSTOM fg. diesel $27,950' 

32' BUCCANEER, motor sal I $44,900 

'' ' SLOTP. steel 525 500 1 

37' SCHOONER $45,900 

40 ' KETCH, diesel $6»,500 

41 Hgf ■ 


S1B.V00 
$42,000 
$33,900 
$28,500 

^soo left at clearance prices. 
—2150 Liberty 
—2550 Saratoga 
—2750 Victoria 
Command Bridge 
- 2850 Bounty 
Command Bridge 
Twin Power 



3339 Oak St. 


DL 1313A 


A few selections from our many i 

fsfational Listings 

SAIL 


' NEWPORT"C and C $62,500 

vUIESTPORT 
YRCHT 
SRLE5 

' UJI STFOMT ff1«»in« 

division of thundertolrd 
marine corp. 

656-5832 Sidney 


VAN ISLE 
MARINA 


XMAS? 

' Take advantage o 
clearance prices o 
I JOHNSON outboards 
slock lasts. 


$26,000. Asking $21,000. 479-5885. 

FINNCLIPPER35 MOTOR- 
sailer. Perkins diesel. radar, 
VHF and much more. Makes this 
an outstanding cruiser or livee- 
board. Priced at only . $59,500. 
Gypsy Yacht Sales, 2270 Harbour 

Rd., Sidney. 656-S59I._ 

FISHERMAN SPECIAL 16' DOU- 
ble Eagle Deeo V. cemper back, 
55 ho Johnson Elec., 1200 Road 
Rurtner. 1977 retail $5630, 1977 

Packaoe $4895. Bob Wnyte Marine 
656-7286. . 


New’ Hours 9-5:30 
Thurs. and FrL 9-9 

LANGFORD STORE 
NOW OPEN 

800 GCLDSTREAM AVE. 

OAK BAY STORE 
AI-SO NOW OPEN 
2047 Oak Bay Ave. 592-3122 


JtOONGS 

Sales A Service 


784 FORT 
382-5512 


14' DISP. DIESEL, ex fisheries-! 
spilt partnership forces In'medi¬ 
ate sale. Offers on $16,0001 


34' AUXILIARY CUTTER. Hunt- 
injford design. F-glass construe I 

tlon. Volvo diesel. A sturdy and i „, 

roomy vessel suitable world crub-iw GRAMPIAN sailboat — a wall] 
er or llveaboard. Needs some! t>uilt vessel fully equippedI tor! 
finishing work. $49,500. racing or cruising sai.soui 

CATALINA 27. Built 1973. 3 sails. 26 - TROJAN Cmd Bridge c-w V- 

Ci«Im.,i 4» 1C H rx ft.Q ^ berthS. „.l* ...Ia, atf K.H 


MARINA 26 4 berth express cruis¬ 
er. F-glass construction. A really 
nicely finished and equlpoed boat. 
Single 255 h.p. Mercruiser. $22,500. 

ALBIN 25. Built '76. Volvo diesel. 
An attractive boat moulded in blue 
and very well equipped. $25,500. 

West Canada aqents for Grand 
Banks, Fisher, Moody, Altln, Slsu 
and PacHIc Pilot. 


NATIONAL 
BOAT SALES LTD. 

2060 White Birch now). Sidney. B.C. 
V8L2R1 Tel (004 MBJIMM 
AND At SO AT 
Fata Creek Vancouver 


18' F-G SAILBOAT (1977) cuddy 
cabin extras Incl. trailer, O-B 


JOHN ALLEN 

VAN ISLE MARINA CO. LTD. 
Tsehum Harbour Box 2130 

656-1138 -- - 


BAYLINER 

HOURSTON 

GLASSCRAFT 

JOHNSON outboards 
VOLVO - OMC 
Stemdrives — Trailers 
Accessories 

Ail At 

GIBSON 

Powercraft Centre Ltd. 
2320 Gov't St. (Near Bay) 

382-8291 


PHOTO 

CLEARANCE 

__j $35,000 worth of quality photo! 

OUrijj, it O A. BERMUDA CUTTER, equipment must be sold at prices! 
* 77 .beautiful restoration by shipwright, at or very near cost—Brands stichj 
Cruise anywhere — only $18,000. as Canon, Minolta, Kodak, GAF,| 
while I Gypsy Yacht Sales. 2270 Harbour Sawyers, Baver, Yashlca—Hurry! 

I Rd. 656-5591. All items limited quantities. 

JtOONGS 754 FORT 


PUFF THE MAGIC CAL 25. SPE- 
ciai deluxe 4 fcerlh cruising Sloop. 

l 4 seiis, enc. W.C.. galley, anchors. BUm « »«rvic# M2-991Z 
19.5 Johnson. Fast Sale $10,900. Vic- 
toria Boat Mart, 453 Head St., 

383-3324. 


SPORTING GOODS 





city photo 

1227 Govt 
_ 345-5633 

Everything you’ll ever needj 
i . . . photograpliically that is! i 

I - ZOOM LENSES 

; TAMRON 80-20 f3.5, $295 
CNAON 55-135 f3.5, $150 
CANON FT bodv, $120 
CANON wide angle 35 mm 
t 2 .e, $as 

470-0278 


Standard Furniture 

BARGAIN 

ANNEX 

Is Now In Our 
NEW LOCATION 

(Lower Main Floor Of 
STANDARD FURNITURE) 

GOOD SELECTION 

NEW and USED Furniture 

SPECIAL 

OF THE WEEK 
White Contemporary bed¬ 
room suite, dresser, chest, 
nite table, headboard only 

'$299 

FREE DELIVERY 

Come and Browse Around 

Trade-Ins Accepted 

CREDIT TERMS 
AVAILABLE 

737 YATES 
382-5111 


PRE XMAS SPECIALS 

Kentucky .45 cal Perc. rifles, 

$149.95; Italian 20a O-U $349; Win. I pnT . RV po i tg t dryer, $25. 

! 8eS^^Vi5 h a.* A- Pu wiS' 1 Honeywell film drver, $15. Ilfofd 
: $199; Sako .775 maq. $389, Win. | \ afm |, nhf . 41S - 


BOSUN'S 
YACHT 
BOATLAND BROKERAGE 


I wail safe light, $15. Rollel E17C 

I db. ' 'MUT *" d r '"“ ,or ' 


LOOK AT Ti ns” 

ard tables, cues, I ’ Cameras‘ 

o»* n«!»! 8S5T. .Vf^ithtSSSi 


' National Billiard 

: tails, klckball gar.— — -- 

] hiking boots; hardy fishing; table 
I tennis; bats, stopwatches; Pedo- 
i meters; roller skates; tackle 
I boxes; fly tying kits. 


LEICA M3 CANON FT ZEIS 
Ikon auto. Polaroid Sx70 plus 75 
*' other used cameras to choose 
from, all with guarantees from $5 


i a'l with guarantees from vs 
. Universal Trading Centre. 564 

Johnson St. 383 9512. 


‘•GREAT STOCKING 
STUFFERS!” 


2 COMPLETE PHOTOGRAPHY 
kits — 1 with trays, tank, contact 
printer, safe light, etc. $15. One 


VILAS 


GENUINE 
VILAS FURNITURE 
WE SHIP 
Anywhere in B.C. 
Brochure on Request 

NOW ON DISPLAY 

All new Emberglow 
finish 

CONTINENTAL 
. FURNITURE 

-Sire f".s'‘S ufwMS. 1716 Johnson St. 3S6-MSS 



PACIFIC INDUST*I8$ 0*74) LTD. 

A COMPLETE STOCK OF 

FIBERGLASS 

AND 

EPOXY 

MATERIALS 

Z SPAR 

MARINE PAINTS 
428 E. Burnside 

VICTORIA 

386-1811 389-7814 


Dlv. of Duncan Boalland 

SPECIAL 

rt SEA RAY, 233 Mercruiser, 
complete qalley, marine head, 
swim grid, camper top 

I SERVICE CENTRE 

tor Mercury and Mercruiser 

In Victoria 

Call GORD at 474-1267 
1074 Goldstream Ave. 

In Duncan 

Call ED at 746 4158 

Island Highway 

GOLDSTREAM 
MARINE 


i NEW LISTINGS: 

1 18' Alum and trl. 

; 25' Displacement 
25' Canoe Cove 
24' Searay and trl. 


I 29' C.B. Mariner 
28' Flterform. Loaded 
136' Canoe Cove 

SEASON SPECIALS: 

24' Shark 

26' Columbia 

26' Clipper and trl. 

18' Lasor and trl. 

24' Displacement 
26' Tolly — Offers 
30' Dsl. Jrl Cabin 
47' Convert Tug 


S $495. 
S 5995. 
$10,995. 
$15,495. 
T 7,795. 
524,895. 
$27,495. 
$28,495. 
$59,995. 


'Gaiters; down booties; mini packs, aiit/i pfpi fx t with 

food tubes; space blanket, hand | K05HCA AUTO REFLEX T v\«th , 
j crlppgrs; skippino ropes. Victorias , 28mm, M-zpOmm lenses,. 


crippfrs; skippino ropes. Victorias | awmm,, ft 

Complete Outdoor Store. Hunting, e^slon tubes, Enlarge^ — 4x5 

Fishing. Camping. Se-Sw. ° 7 ' 2 ° B22 ‘ 

1307 Broad St. 383-3-129 j rent pso darkroom, eve- 

---- nings, black and white, Kodak 

'chemistry included, downtown, 
ball 3c-l-49l4 p.m. _'_ 


_ ijxjgmQw. 

Twes" 

WINCHESTER 
CENTENNIALS! 


MAMYA DSX 1000, 55AAM NOR- 
1 mai, 135mm lens, case, filters, 
$750. 16‘‘ rotary drum dryer, $175. 
595-1666. _ 


IPENTAX KX AND 300 MM MA- 
cro-zoorrv lens. Cases Included, still 
| under warranty. Near new, asking 


By R. A. POWER 


CLEARANCE 

PRICES 

on all remaining 

77 MERCURY 

OUTBOARDS 


_itv 

to sell. 

shore sail 40' and uo. For more In- --' 

formation please contact Joyce 
Omlld at; 


66 Cent, rifle and carbine; N.R.A. ^ t5 °- cr-rrvt ynnut 

i Can. Cent. rifle and carbine; NEW 8 MM PROJECTOR, ZOOM 

• RC.M.P; Yellow Bov; Sioux; , lens, color movie films and 8mm 

•Is Klondike Gold Rush; Little Big camera, zoom lens with acces- 

*28,795. Horn; N w Territories; Apache; soriei. $385. 382-4867 after 5 p.m. 

$34,995. Commanche; Chey.nne; Golden CANON !0I4 ELECTRONIC 

Priced 574 Yates'st. 383-242 . am tic_ Macro, zoom movie 


Quality listings from 16'-60' 

See our selection of off- "'^Hrois-from tha Post Office) 


BOSUN'S MARINA 

10775 MacDonald Park Rd. 
656-5558 SSIdnev, B.C._ Box 2001 

CHRISTMAS 
ACCESSORY 
SPECIALS 


I ■ 


L 


Gordons 

Sporting Goods 

1030 Hillside a« Quadra 
Phone 382-5815 


camera. Excellent condition. Just 1 
, over 1 year old. $50 0. 38 3-1569. < 

I WANTED TO RENT; MOTOR f 
drive camera, with 250 magazine 
land 16 mm editor, 388-4117. 


3S.MM AUTO-: 
• lens, $165. 


HOURSTON Glasscrafl 
CAMPION 

EVTNRUDE Outboards 
ROADRUNNER Trailers 
NOW OPEN 
for your convenience 
Mon.-Fri., 9 a.m.-5 p.m. 

Q-n- Run 1-5 ^FLL.I/\L.i i-i.ns. Available in 12 gauge 30' 

bat., »- 0 . sun., i barrel, full choke or 20 gauge 28' _ 

29 M Jacklin Rd. 4 'S’ 8391 Boat Fenders From $ j? 01 "- Re0 - « 7 ?! vint*ge konica camera 

’ i Life Jackets From S 6.25! 

Water Ski Belts From ? 2.25 ~r'\| Al 
iCombo Water Skis $89.95) 

Sharp Heaters $79.95 

Bilge Pumps telec.i SU.9T.I Bllllml snuffiabnrd. 

$2.7.95 Cues and Accessories 

$13 95 Poker J«bl#_Tops for Card_Tables 



! leitz focomat 

focus enlarger, r 
Phone 598-2838. 

ASSORTED B-W %" SONY 
video equipment, cameras, VTR's, 

Wincnestcr model 94 30-30 rlfes. ale. 595-1558. _ 

Ren $181.95. Now $144.50; Win- ARGUS jliDE PROJECTOR. TOP' 
Chester^ -oo®*'. single_barre, s 5?,t <>< the line, excellent condition, $50. 

652-4190.__;_! 

__ _ IN | 

excellent original condition. Collec-, 

tors item; 652-2966.__ | 

CAMERAS. OLYMPIS 35 AMA 
with 3 lenses. Baida 35 MM, 2 ln- 
stamatics. 477-6471. 


177 MOTORCYCLES | 

VICTORIA HONDA 

Has It All!! 

Professional 
Sales — Parts 
Service 
Gifts for the 
Motorcyclist 

2851 Douglas 


D.L. 01953A 


77 MOTORCYCLES 

SAVE % 

77 YAMAHA 
TY175 

6 SPEED TRL1LS 

$999 

78 Price *1249 

771/2 YAMAHA 
DTI 25 

6 SPEED F.NDURO 

$949 

78 Price $1099 

YAM RD 400 

6 SPEED ROAD 

$1399 

78 Price $1629 

YAM XS 650 Road 
$1999 

78 Price $2349 

MULLINS MARINE excellent condition, saddle bags! 

.SALES LTD. ‘ ^ 


7S BICYCLES 

mans~1o-speed~Tekine, $7$. 1 

Girls 10-speed, Royal Knight, $65. 
Girls Triumpn coaster brake, 26" 
wheel, $35. Small bike for girl, 20" 
wheel, $35. Boys CCM Swinger 18" 
wheel, $30. All In very good condi¬ 
tion. 386-0501. 

ESQ.UIMALT BICYCLE 
121 j ESQUiMAL! RUAO 
388-67)2 

"The Wheeler j*a'ers' 

TWO 10-SPEED ~ BIKES, BOTH 
tcc ooft. new, both green. Apollo, $99.95, 
dao-ado* Peugeot $139.95, Call 598-8136 or , 


YACHT SALES 

19' O'Day SIood, fiberglass Week .Spotlights 

MULLINS MARINE ' nder ' l< " ! ' W " h 0U,, ?r«i Brass Ships Bell 

mULL c twirl. '30' CHRISCRAFT Constellation, 

SAIJlS LlD. bunt in 1971, hardtop, anchor) 

■joo 4^1'. | winch, trlmtabs, well equipped, 1 
431J excellent condition. $25,000 

925 YATES . . 

OPEN 9 a.m.-5 p.m. 

-7 Days A Week 

656-5711 Sidney, B.C_6 56-3915 



WE HAVE 
MOVED 

FISHER'S 

FINE FURNITURE 
IS NOW AT 

753 VIEW ST. 

sua’dlal 

CONTEMPORARY 
HOME FURNISHINGS 
IN CHROME AND BRASS 
PURE: BRASS BEDS 
WITH PERMANENT 
FINISH 
IN ALL SIZES 

479 B Burnside Rd. E. 3 88-5325 

BRAND NEW 

FURNITURE 
STORE 


1 382-1928 


MUCH MUCH MORE 
FOR XMAS IDEAS 
at 


FOOSBALL TABLES 
Factory to you—and Save! 
384-3332 517 KELVIN RD. 


•METZ 502 ELECTRONIC FLASH,! wlXta 

K0 °* i’ 6 " 1 'tellur. lov.. ... 

Guide-aO, $7 5 . 3B2- Q833._. |prices. OPEN everv day 

SUPER 8 MM MOVIE CAMERA, HOD'D'^ FumiturP 
[deluxe modei and proiector for j rurmiurc 

(sale. 382-4361._.2563 Quadra_ _ _388-666.1 

AND VA. 


BRUNSWICK 


Come and See the 
78 HARLEY DAVIDSONS 
ElectraGlide, SuperGlide 
Lowrider and Sportster 
BROCKLANDS 
MOTORCYCLES 
937 Fort D-1271 


1384-8075, paper 498. 

DEAL FOS CAMPING. TWO 
3-speed folding tlcycles with lights 
and • t traps, exce.lent, $45 each. 
652-3770, 1094 Sliggett. 


606 wh H u 

CVV tntnnslU. 


SALES AND SERVICE 
Corner Harbour 
and Resthaven 
655-7285 SIDNEY 
OPE N 8:30-5 Tuesday-S unday 

RADIOS 

VHF - SSB - C.B. 
MARINE ANTENNAS 
SOUNDERS 

Sales — Service — Installation 
Ball & Shemil. Electronics Ltd. 
I West Burnside Rd. 

386-9414 




KONG and HALVORSEN 

ISLAND GYPSY 30 

Diesel Trawler on Display 
2270 Harbour Road, Sidney 
_656-5591_ 

2850 BAYLINER 


MERCURY 

MARINE 

800 Cloverdale 
385-1457 


Pro ENLARG&R _ - 

idea! for amateur obetographer, 
brand new, $115. Call 595-8967. _ | 

"CraPsma E n° l Recrwu!on5’' will «* "'K 0 ^ W1TH 

in Victoria Nov. 28-Dec. 3. at the 
Empress Hotel. Brunswick slate 

pool tables on display special'yn RANGES, STOVBS 

prices frop $629. For nweinfor- KIRN ACES j Aikman" fabrics on' uphofstery 

mat on phone collect Vancouver an u worR FrM , n esf | msfes 

3 ltl 22 ?:_ 30" MOFFAT DELUXE WITH RQ- Call Riga Up holstery, 383-762T 

nmiur mvcnc i aa ,isseri , e * na ni 5S condiTi ^'- H l 7 „ 7 t»t 3!9 - pl ECE french provincial 
KiMrAC DlVLlw Ltd after 5:30 weekdays or all day Sat- ^,- 00 ™ su it ei white with fo‘d 

^ ' urday.___trim, includes double box spring 

HOTSKINS wet suits comblne hkjh STILL_CRATED ^JENNA^ej^ mattre^ ' 


will k* 35 MM NIKONOS III 
ny I flash. After 5 P.m. 592-3094^ 


RIGA HAS IT 

FALL 

UPHOLSTERY 

SPECIALS 

. off on "LaFrance," 


Wlin cwiveiiiuir , ,, rtau » c 

• $900; Chambers self-cleaning wad aay bed^ U5. 

o» en . trso. Of Sf.soo a*. 


FOR SALE; MANS BLUE TEN . 
speed, 21" frame. Perfect Christ¬ 
mas gift, store bought condition, 1 
S100. 383-1288 after 5. 


Large command bridge, ]®' a "! 
team, twin Volvo's, trim tabs, 
teak swim grid, shower, oven 
1 slove, electric fridge, 

$36,900 


etc. NEW i 


POWERTOWN M.C. 

Service to ail Makes. Hl-Perfor- 
nance parts. 384-1249 D199169A. 

614 Grenville. 


1974 MOTO GUZZI ELDORADO, 
, Perry windshield. Calafia bags, 
Ivery well kept. 15,000 miles $1800 
or best offer. 479-0506 ask for 
Mark. 


78 HONDA OUTBOARDS 

New 7V2 plus 10 H.P. Models 
NOW AVAILABLE 

dai 1 pv ni.Ai l 4 s,roke deiign “ no 8as ' 0,1 mlx 

388-5926 ^akis. good ctSdiitoS. cost wo. I Marine Saies Ltd. 

sel| S5Q 477 . 2755 . 925 Yales St. - 

10 SPEED MANS fellCE, S65. 3 ( 382 ‘ 1W8 — - 382- 51 

speed CCM girls bike, $45. And KITONE FAMOUS 43 FOOT PA- ■ 
mustang bike, $20. 382-3925. 1 cific Schooner, real no nonsense 

— r-rr. — deep-sea Cruising Yacht, 4 an- ,,, H , rnnnn 

». B n AND 1 NE 'y chors, 7 sails, Aries Vane 9 ear, ov Cwift^re’sailboatTsieees 4), 
top of the line equipment,. al | son* of unusual extras includ- 5 *V i, « u , r * ?l!!59!V*iSK 8 

_ iUJ3 - _ ing gimballed saloon table. Rare 

TRIKES. 1 FAIR $10; 1 GOOD $15 opportunity at $54,900. Victoria 
477-8995. Boat Mart. 453 Head St., 383-3324. 


GIRLS 


CHIM3 
10-soeed, ... . 

$210. 592-2045. 


WESTPORT YACHT SALES 1 
dealers for Cruis-A-Home, Bay- 
liner. Carver. Ranger, and Gulf 
ruinvsA Trader Trawlers, at Westport 
■ Marin* 4M.SS32. . ._ 

Demo Clearance 

15' Boston Whaler. 

) FB. Daysailer. 

.. .....e Sailboat (sleep; 

1200 lb. EZE-Loader Trailer. 



OOO 

iNE 


___ _ ... _ CRATED 

quality with our low special pack- with convertible porcelain burners, 

’age price, inquire at tne shop. 

9818-5th St. Sidney or phone 

656-6313 for details._j30" HARVEST GOLD ELECTRIC 

SKI BOOTS AS NEW. GAR-; range, 5250. 15 cu. ft. frost-free re¬ 
mount size Vh and 8, $35 pair, trlgerator, $250 both in excellent 
Icabre size 6, $30. Tyrol size 5, $25. condition. 592-0680 ! _ 

GrSvtoo^rtHs* Iso ’em' Wnd^si KITCHEN O.L RANGE, IN GOOD 
ann skTkessIzeB order, 60 and 45-gallon tanks, 

fit »'M0 »^d?ik.“*2S. $.";&&& W0M ■“ co *' 

evenings 5 p.m.-8 p.m.‘ range, ZO. 3W-WW._ 

-1 FDR SALE. 1 CYCLOS OIL FUR- 

nace, with above-ground tank, and 
t all ouctwork. $150. 479-7033. 

WOOD AND "COAL HOT AIR 


CLEARANCE 


PLEASURECRAFT SALES 
Days 656-7111, Nights 658-8567 

SMALL 16" BIKE, $25. GIRL'S 24 I CUSTOM CATALINA 27, cXTRA J CRUISE AT DISPLACEMENT 
In. bike, $25. 598-7539. .. 1 - - 


16* GLAS PLY OB 
116* K & C OB 
19* GLAS PLY OB 
19’ GPHT 1401.0. 


TURKEY SHOOT 
i (Irap only) . 

! Nov. 26, 27. 10 a.m. till dark 
S.V.I. RANGERS 
Luxton Rd. 

_ EVERY ONE WE LCOME_ 

j Slate Pool Tables 

New end used. Soccer flames, /, 

! part cues and accessories. Call _ 

1 Aco Enterprises Lid. 384-8913. 9 A .U T OMAT.C 
a.m. • 4:20 p.m. Monday - Friday. 


Vll__ 

I aibion 18 furnace, 
offers. 385-2084. 


all ducts etc. 


kitchen dinette suite, 

$65; sinqe! bed anj 
$50; 3 Spanaish style 
all-wood living room tables, $340 
child's desk, VO; student's desk 
$55. Call 478-5763. 


CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY 

For quality workmanship, fully 
guaranteed at reasonable pricas. 
see us first. Huge showroom of In 
stock fabrics to choose from with 
free pickup and delivery, free in- 
home appraisals with samples. 
Phone 478-0522, Tllllcum Furniture 
2612 Sooke Rd. 


ACE UPHOLSTERY 
477-0455 

workmanship. European 


craftsman. Free estimates. 


382-1028 
925 Yates St. 


382-4515 

D-00365A 



FREDERICK 
MOTORS ITD 


windshields, - Ce Bie crash bars!’^yde'^rand'newfsAs 3 M 3 J 5 S? Bl " 
*1500. 642-3653 between 6:30 p.m. - ' — ma new ' -^S 58 - 


li s 


ON- 


- .... .. _ ..th 1 10-SPEED AND 3-SPEED BICY- 

extras, mint condition, only 7,000 cles, as Is. Offers. 382-9493. 

in , gs*592-Vw6*'Ask for Gary* m ° fn " 5-SPEED BIKE." $35. _ 2 SMALL 

CT-70 HONDA TRAfLTsreEiT ' j-_ 

B0ATS ““ MARINE 


mat and roving In hull, tall S p eP( j S ©f a t 24 knots. Diesel pow- 
mast with oversize rigging, diesel, economy, safety in 8'9" 

turn.ice, custom teak interior and ■ team 2 4' Canadian ouilt cruise-, 
much more. Certainly me nicest 1 popular equipment included. 

k^htiso 1 . 0 . 


19* GP Cutty 140 I.O. 

20' K & C Cutty 170 I.O. 
included!'2T GP Cutty 188 I.O. 


I MOVING MUST SELL 30" WHITE ( 

; 1 lectric range $80., very good con -1 uuam> 

2j dilion. 652- 2861. ______ _ 

BAYCREST SELF- MOVING. COUCH AND CHAIR 

c ^ n '^4’ lmmacu,a,# condi,,or ' 

- „ , ---antique pine chest of drawers $15C 

I PAIR ATOMIC 180 SKIS, LOOK AUTOVATIC OIL FURNACE, miscellaneous. 384-3040. 
binding, Nordics bools, size 10,; 73122,000 ETU. Also tank line, ~ —1 cr - cw 

poles, all equipment used once ducting and registers. 656-6981. BEAUTIFUL 7-PIECE KITCHEN 
only. Price $550 new, selling for -- — ——- idmetta suite, $150; Buffet. $100 

S350. pnone 477-0639. ONE ADMIRAL 24", HARVEST Modern occasional chair, like nr* 

qcid. two months old, $250. $ 00 . Small 5-piece kitchen set, sic 


SUZUKI - BMW 
KAWASAKI 

XMAS LAYAWAYS 
on / 

EH{ES and ACCESSORIES 

Repairs, Service 
to Ail Makes 

616 Queens 383-0823 1970/64 2-5843. 

DL 00834A 


op«t to HORIZON 35 KETCH. VOLVO I 

__ dlisrl, refrigeration and more, j 

1 ' * HONDA $50, SUPER SPORT. Ideal liveaboard or cruise, $33,000. 
like new with 6.000 miles, $1,150 On display Gypsy Yacht Sales, 
or best offer, 383-7766 or 383-6275, 2270 Harbour Rd. 656-5591. 

- . 25' FG EXPRESS, CMD BrTdgE, 

1977 YAAAAHA 400 ENDURO, EX- twin 165 H P FWC, 40 knots, Im- 
cellent condition, still on warranty. culate $25,500. Good choice of 
asking $1,400. Phone 478-7229 after sail and power from 20' up. Ccve 

.5. Yachts (1976) Lid., Maple Bay. 

-- 748-8136. 

1938 HD SPRINGER. 4" OVER I-—-—-- 

'complete, adapted for Triumph, I TROJAN 25, GLASS HULL, ONLY 
many chopper parts, for Triumph, 1*75 original hours. Priced $10,000 
*•*•““* ‘below replacement at only $13,900. 

On Display Gypsy Yacht Sales, 
bour Rd. 656-5591. 


| 5/Y.VU/. 

| 383-3324. 

FINNCLIPPER 35 MOTOR- r Jpcy 
.sailer. Perkins diesel, radar, VHF i^ YPiY . 
and much more. Makes this an 
1 outstanding cruiser or liveacoard. 

! Prlcea at only $59,500. Gypsy 
; Yacht Sales, 2270 Harbour Rd., 

Sidney. 656-5591. 


CATALINA 


. .... II, FAST CRUISER- 
Pacer Sloop. 26'x7'8", 5 sails, inc 
spinnaker, full galley, 9.5 Johnson, 
C.B. Sounder, Compasses, anchors 
much more. Bargain at $10,500. 
Victoria Boat Mart, 453 Head St., 
283-3324 


829 PANDORA 


385-1451 


CORNELL 

CHEV-OLXIS LTD. 

Will Take Your 
MOTORCYCLE 

On trade on any 
New or used automobile 
in stock 

CONTACT: Our sales staff 
by calling 385-5777. 

Ask for BILL BOND or 
GLEN LOCKHART. 


K. J. KAWASAKI 
2946 DOUGLAS 
385-032.1 DL 01836A 


'63 HARLEY SPORTSTER XLCH, 
c stomized, $2,000 or otters. 

11 2-752-56 76. __ 

77 YAMAHA XS 400 STREET, AS 
new, under warranty, extras, $1300, 
er best offer. 386-6497._ 

1977 YAMAHA TY175 TRIALS, 
factory condition, two months war- 1 

ranty left, $950. 479-1268._ 

1976 RD 400 FARE ING WITH 
saddle baas, excellent condition, 1 
$1400. 386-6604. 


MECHANICS SPECIAL TRIUMPH 2270 Herl 
Trident 750 cc, needs mein beer- 1 
ings, otherwise excellent condi- O'DAY 27, 
tion. 382-2485. 


1 9 76 250 KAWASAKI MO- 

torcross, hardly ridden. Ready for 
quick sale. 382-8902 between 5-6 


MUST SELL. 1975 HONDA CB 
500T , low mileage. Phon e 383-4283. 

1 970 TRIUMPH DAYTONA 
Super sport, $400, as Is, 384-3987. 


78 


BICYCLES 


^ Gordon’s t 

sponges Goods J 

* .*•> MHtsm* r Qupdrr 

r o, w» »3-Mi‘ ^ 


. YANMAR DIESEL, 
wheel steering, lots of gear. Race 
or cruise for only $24,900. On dis¬ 
play Gypsy Yacht Sales, 2270 Har¬ 
bour Rd. 656-5591. 


'CRUISING OR RACING 1977 
Tanzer 22 Deluxe, galley, dinette, 
22'. 25', 27', 30'. Winter Special. - erths, main, iib, .6 jso Johnson. 
Free delivery to Victoria. Call col- 


brand new — $10,900. 1578 up 


SEAFARER 
SOUNDERS $120 
WEATHER 
ALERTS $49.95 


AS NEW — USEO ONCE 
83 cm Garmisch sklis, complete 
with bindings, poles, size 8 buck!* 
boots and trunk type ski rack. $100 
complete. Phone 592-4)11__ 

BLIZZARD 170CM AND 185 CM 
step-in bindings, ski boots size 5 
and 7 Vi medium, 8V» narrow. 

1 Skates. Boy's size 3, Men's size 7. 
; Girls' size 3.. 477-6571. 


382-6871. 


479-2014. 


30" ELECTRIC CCPPERTONE ; PECAN WOOD COFFEE TABLE 
range, altached hood, rotisserie,; 41" diameter, and matching end 

roast meter T83-537T_ table. Top quality. Unused. Rea 

BEAUTIFUL ENTERPRISE OIL ; sona ^ l> ' m - 

stove, cream enamel and warming . 1 pair TWIN BEDS, GOOD CON 
p en, S100. 479-1105. .dltlon, padded white headboarc-> 

'metal frames, new matlre** 
covers. $120 pair. 474-1516. 


FRANKLIN STOVE, "FAWCETT", 
screen, grate, like n*w, $100. 

656-5287. ' _. 


: RUGER 7MM MAGNUM, 358 SAV- c c A T OA 

age 338 Browning. 1895 Win- Mi° FFAT RANGE, 

' Chester, 20? Norma Mag, 8 MM order , $35. 386-05 01._ 

I^SWfir.' Hammer 12 flau9e,i OLDER AUTOMATIC STOVE, 


Meridian 


656-^286 Cen, ‘ BOb WhV,e , S03 Yates St. 


Frederick Goertz Ltd. 


477-6534'. 


_good condition, $50 . 477-7527 : 


. _ . . Evinrude, depth 
sounder, electric compass and 
extras. $3800. 474-2697. 


sales 


PACESHIP PY 73 CRUISING L' A k? L L S .A 6ML S ?, A6 h 'I’ 

Sloop, now 7.5 Wert. 3 soils, lull ?E a ".L, EZ , L 0 ™ I ra . lBf ' 55 ..p 
gal'ev, anchor, 4 oerth, enc W.C. Chr T5!* r ' 
just like new all thru. Choice of 2 
from $10,900. Victoria Boat Mart, 

453 Head St.. 383-3321.__ 1 38 FT. MONK CRUISIER, SLEEPS boats', for low prices. See at 2266 

18.5" ALACRITY. BILGE KEEL, 

berth Cruising Sloop. 3 sails, W.C., sounder, compass, CB, 

anchor, 6 HP Johnson. With Tan- t'ffnno *p C h'nn*F/^ 9 ft>fl 508 1,03 ' 

Oft*H trailpr i.nar. CMfKl w ir . S15.U00. Phone /48-28/B. 


386-8375 JL L S I 30 * MOFFAT RANGE, GOOD CONDI- 

386 8375 n nd ball rifles. Make me an offer., rion , best offer. 721-3075. 

. 1 one or all. universal Trading, - 

north cove marine Centre. 584 Johnson S*. 383-5512. ,3-YEAR-OLD FURNACE 


I eludes oil tank, $300. 478-8584. 


j C06APLETE SET OF TITLES! 

I iron pro-tour 2 9 PW -and SW .. 40 " STOVE WITH DEEP FRY. 
We lift and sell used trallerabie Dvnamax woods. 1-W, after S :ti5. 384-5045. 
boats, 14 to 24 ft. Top condition 1 D .m., 478-7576. 


ANTIQUE WHATNOT SHELVES 
1530’s Linen dresser; modern din 
ette se-t. Scandinavian style, large 
leaf; 592-7959 after 5 p.m. 


SAGERS' — VICTORIA'S LARG 
est selection of colonial fur¬ 
nishings. 1802 Gov't, 386-3641. 


_ Road trailer Snap $5,500. Vic-___ 

toria Boat Mart, 453 Head St., 56' DRAGGER: "ALtEMA" 
383-3324., 50.003 pound capacity. Trawl and 

shrimp license, ready to go, asking 


Rd., Sidney. Phone 


1 MCCLARY *;TOVE $75, GOOD 


WANTED HIDE-A-BEDS IN ANY 
condition for re-upholstering. 

474-1094._ 

FOR SALE CHROME AND GLASS 
coffee table, 24x48", $50. 388-58 u> 
after 5 P.m. 


DRAGON AND TRAILER, 2 
complete suits of sails, Harken 
blocks, new Merc O.B. $5950, 
Cedar Grove M«flna. 656-2580. 


GRAMPIAN 26. 3-SAIL, SPIN 

naker Rigged Custom teak nauaa- -- —-—— - 

hyde Interrior, excellent condition, j 1975 21' CAMPION HARDTOP, 
offers. 479-1848. | approximately 500 hours, a very 

sv^TrTdgedeck cruTsIFr! I % 7 or 

beautlfully equipped. Ideal n ve . 59,ow. pnone 598-5855, 6 to 7 p.i 


aboard, only $28,500. On display 
Gypsy Yacht Salas, 2270 Harbour 
Rd . 656- 5691. 

REAL GOOD 1 ST BRANOLMAYR, 
25 HP Viking and trailer. Sell 
reasonable or trade on bigger boat. 
386-0316. 


$119.95, sale $99.9. 


Black 


1977 T75CC. YAMAHA 
like new, offers. After 
478-7576. 


1974 YAMAHA 80. HELMET AND 
carrier, good condition. $350. 
477-8215. 


CHRISTMAS LAYAWAYS 

AVAILABLE NOW 
GOOD SELECTION 
OF BICYCLES 
tor every size and budget. 
10-Speeds from $109.00 
Chargex Mastercharge Welcome 
OAK BAY BICYCLE SHOP 
I960 Oak Bay Ave. 598-4111 


motor. $750 or best offer. 


-6297. 


BUY. SELL, TRADE, REPAIRS 
New and used bikes Qualified me¬ 
chanic operating own business. 

Lowest prices (Expert bucked 
wheel ; Open 8 a.m.-8 p.m.. Sun. 

12-5 p.m. Reno Industries. 2519 

~ - Gov't.. 384-55)4. Dealers, CCM — 

TWO HONDA XR75, EXCELLENT Ralei ih - B.R.C. - Shields - WANTED; HERRING SKIFF 6 TO 
condition. $400 each. 656-4281. > Nishlkl. Same day service. 


GRAMPIAN 23, SLEEPS 5, POP- 
top. enclosed head, on display 
$10,300. Gypsy Yacht Salas, 2270 
Harbour Rd. 656-6591. 


YANMAR DIESEL ENGINES, 12 
and 33 h.p., Vagvolgyl Yachts, 
656-1448. 


BOAT 

clalty. 

652-2007. 


NEW STAINLESS STEEL AND 
cast aluminum downrlgger with 
counter, $85 firm. 477-3771. 


S-W VELVETDRIVE 3 TO 1 
marine gear, $500. Complete Bed¬ 
ford diesel, needs rebuild, $200, 
592-7792. 


30' B LICENCE TROLLER, 
paper recorder, flasher. MM, 
>44)00 or best offer. 1)2 -7 38-3750. 

14' FIBREGLASS OVER PLY- 
wood with cabin and good trailer, 
$300 or best offer. 385-5475. 


ERICSON YACHTS 

Alex Chisholm Yacht Sales 
Anglers Anchorage Marina 
933 Merchant, Brantwood Bay 
652-3531 


GOD* FOR BEGINNERS. condition. 478-5754. KITCHEN TABLE AND LIVING 

Ladolomltp Baals, B'.q, Yamaha | CKlTCPPPItg c pAuimil chalr ‘ ,ak *‘ bo,h 

all-round 1 Skis, 185 cm. Marker | ENTERPRISE FRANKLIN FIRE- 598-6439. 
iniings, asking $153. 477-0487. 1 r-i aca $215. 478-8922. - 


water, fully equipped, 
wants offers to $224300. 
Grove Marina 656-2580. 




I3W BOAT, TRAILER. AND 9.6 
Merc motor, $600. 478-6108. Fibre- 
glass. 


33' ALUMINUM MAST, STAIN- 
less track and teak spreader, $250. 
595-5819. 


CANOE FIBERGLASS 16', PAD- 
dles, very good condition, 1 life 


QUALIFIED MECHANIC WILL ... , ___ 

repair or purchase Johnson iacket adult, $200. 383-7019. 
Evinrude, 2-40 H.P. 592-3743. 


iTO.XX). 388-5 482 e venings. _ 

ALL BAY mARINA 
2238 Harbour Rd. 

Sidney, B.C. 656 -jIO 
Ooen ft Days — Closed Mon days 

boat, 40 Merc. and'fraUerf has (VINTAGE 30* SEDAN. SOLID MA- 
lust all been reconditioned, $1600 1 hoqany construction. Twin screw, 
or offers. 478-6002. ; two radios, sounder, dingh- 

- — Ir t -'Excellent family boat. 

AAARINE SUPPLIES ,656-6517. 

Sail and Power Hardware --- 

BOSUN'S LOCKER VEGA 27 - "ROMPIN'' - 

580 Johnson St. 366-1300 ful v equipped, mint condition, 7 

- - - ---— sails, roller reefing, Volvo diesel, 2 

KEELBOAT TRAILER, SUIT- anchors, dodger, etc. $25,000, lying 
able for 20-24' boat, 1976 Selox, R. Vic Y.C. Phone 592-2911. 
electric brakes, certified, $795. - -■ ■ . — u .k;; a : 

Phone 652-1869 F A I R L I N E R 28, HARDTOP 

rnoneoaz may.-| Express, nice condition. Owner has 

3 to sell, will look at all offers. On 
- Gypsy Yacht Sales. 2270 


NORDICA ASTRAL GRAN PR1X 
, ski bools, excellent condition. S135. 

I 478-3771. j CLEAN 


.SKI BOOTS. MEN, .. 

2951lady's, 7, $20. "Besser" olate bind-, 


_ . MATIC 

130 ; j har vest gold. 592-9049. 


Volvo, B> 150 Ll hrs.f shower. B! pressure j ings,'$40; Jcistlcks. S~3. 6 58-5490T ~ j FURNITURE 

LADY'S GOLF CLUBS 7,3.4 1--^:^- 
Woods, 3—9 Irons, SW, patter, MODERN 
bag, hoods, 598-359’ after six. 


—- SHERWOOD FRENCH PROVIN 
cial 4-seater chesterfield dhd 

_ ch air, gold, 592-3529. _ 

EN. CHESTERFIELD ANU CHAIR 
turquoise nylon, good condition, 
SI 75. 384-9845. 


lh l( 5 ,S; 


SANGSTER 19, 140 MERC, FWC, 
225 hours, radio, sounder, downrlq- 
g er, ottom paint, best offer, 
477-9389 after 5. 


16'6" SANGSTER, WITH NEW 
trailer and 60 H.P. Evinrude, top 

condition, $3 995. 652-1883. _ 

FREELANCE 
custom bulldini 
*>th v 


Gypsy Y 
• Rd., Sldm 


76 MODEL 14' FIBERFORM 
boat, 35 Merc, and trailer. Fully 
equipped, as new. Off seasoh price 
$2,900. 595-1863. 


SKIS WANTED FOR SMALL 
children 80-1?0cm also, boots, sizes 

10 through 1. 47 8-6144. _ 

1 REGULATOR, 1 STEEL U.S. 
diver tank, nack boot, Gana Joel- 
Son, 478-9089. 


195 CM ATOMIC SKIS WITH SOL¬ 
OMON 444 bindings, 52" Colin 
poles, $75. 477-3771. 


MARKER BINDINGS. $30. 
Buckle ski boots, size Vfr, $15. 
S kies $5 . 4 77-0650 ._ 

W'NCHE^TER MODEL 100 AUTO- 
matic 308 and scope, 47B-1375, 

offers. 


80 CRAB TRAP, ROPE, BAIT 
iar, power block, live boxes,'_ 

4>EaSt 7 S700 ° flrm ‘ TOf,n ° 725 " S718, - FOR SALE- CHEAP," 

4/8-4377._ equipment. 382-4028. 

26' DISP. DIESEL CRUSER. 

Built '74. All f. glass construction. 

Aft-cabin, sleeps 5. $23,000.Cedar 


BUILDER, 
tm building and repairs in 

wood and fibreglass, 456-4476. ,...._ __ 

-NEW- Grove Marina 656-2500._ 

2 Volvo 6 gas marine motors, 200 DAVIDSON 18 SLOOP, SLEEPS 4, 
14' FIBERGLASS RUNABOUT 7Vi 18 COMMERCAIL CRAB TRAPS, less and panels, 479-4047. main and iib, 4 h.p. Johnson, Road 

toV.m.h, ir.ll.r «7S 59WWK_ «0«c y*,_ ! , 3 . 4 PLYWOOD 35^^ W5 "' B ° 1 ' 

GALVANIZED CHAIN. $3 ! 1977 6 H.P. EVINRUDE, $510 OR 1 Evinrude, 2 tanJclT'end trader, $400. -- 

per foot. 6SM373. best oHer. 474-2982. , 642-3653 between 6:30VpdVi. - 10. MARINE ENGINES AND TRANS- 

----- ---j - ... missions, gas and diesel rebuilding 

.. _ _ 1973 5 H.P. OUTBOARD, $103 1«75 4 H.P TVINRUDE, LONG and re-Pfrlm. r re J - - 

8 12 v/itM lice' e. 4/3-9101. . 478-6108 .shaft, good condition. $300. 479 8/07. 616 Queens. 838-6632. 


HEAD SKIS, POLES, SIZE 8 
Tyrol boots, $100. 478-5153. 


_ DANISH WALNUT 477-8689 

bedroom suite, 6‘ dresser and mir- - —--- 

ror, twin beds complete with box OAK PEOESTAL TABLE WITH 
sprinq and mattress and nlqht.claw feet, also matching upright 
table. 478-2953. I oak china cabinet. 652-1993. 


OLDER SOLID WOOD BEDROOM ‘CRUSHED VELVET SWIVEL 
S'Jile. S295 or offer. Blue green chair, taupe color, new condition, 
chesterfield and chair, $150. White *175. 395-2220. 
erborile kitchen table and two I t . 
chairs, $ 25. 478-2686. 


MATCHING CHESTERFIELD i chair $75. 598-3919. 

and chair, excellent condition, n.lXTTTv TTrur-arvrTvrftcp 

$175; 1910 Canadlana walnut chlna ^^'TY LIGHT BOOKCASE 
cabinet, $250 or best offer. 383-6991 JalSj box sprinfl and 

after 5. mattress. 385-7455. 


2 MODERN LOVESEAX: RED 
velvet strloe, $230 each. 1 lo-g 
chesterfield to match, $2JO Costs 
new over $1200. Phone 382-6010 
FOR SALE BABY CRIB, GOV 
emment approved car seat, double 
bed, chesterfield and chair. 
382-4531. 


TYNAN COLONIAL CAN'T SAG 
chesterfield, and chair, swivel 
rncker. ottoman, all matching. Ex¬ 
cellent value, $250. 595-3419. 


2 - PIECE CHESTERFIELO 
suite, Flexsteel sprinqs, good con- 
dltlo n. $330. 59 2-4624._ 

LARGE ALMOST NEW BED- 
room suite, 9 drawer dresser. 
383-1659. 


CUSTOM BEDS 


SIDEBOARD AND HUTCH. DEIL- 
craft, $300. Call after 5 p.m. 
382-2572. 


almost new, size 10, 383 3096. 


- - BEDROOM SUITE. 5 PIECES 

plus mattresses and ladder. SacrJ-,9xl2 ruq with underlay, 384-5538. 

flee $'0 a pair. Phone 598-5609. - 

rysv a _ SEALY QUEEN-SIZE REDIBED 

P.O.C.K E R , GREEN TWEED 5ofe, as new, 598-3597 after six. 

upholstery, aood condition. $75.'-— 

592-7C08. DINING ROOM TABLE. $75. 4 

ONE PAIR TWIN 9EM. WOOD- ‘'’" irs ' i,M -' ^ 

en head *-oards, good condition. > VILAS AAAPLE TABLE.48: X3i. 2 
1.63 . 598-7015. .extensions, $300. 382-6519. 



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Ddllp Colonist Victoria, B.C., Satuixlay, Nov- 26, 19T‘ 


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97 FURNITURE 


TV. STEREO. RADIO 
SALES and SERVICE 


MISCELLANEOUS 
FOR SALE 


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FOR SALE 


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FOIt SALE 


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Buyers Discount Service Ltd. 

383-11 


e.F. GBodricn foam rubber 
mattresses guaranteed tor M ; 
years. Latex foam rubber auto 
matically adjusts to variations '»> ■ 
weight giving even support the full 
length of the spine. They are com¬ 
fortable, cpol, hyoenlc andI are i 

mad# In a flra retardant tlckmo. —. . c 

?*■\ $i» - 4-4", $i4» - ouean,, our TV—Stereo | 

$199 - Kino, $269. Box springs to| ^ ^ 

match, Pol v foam matl rets top[*r 
pads, single $6.55, double $11.85. 

Queen $14, King $<7.75. Angle Iron 
bed frames wl*h rug roller* $34. 

IMMEUlATE DELIVERY 


Friday at 7 
Appraisals 

for 

Insurance and'Sale 
Purposes 

384-6441 


MATTRESSES 

INVEST IN THE BEST 

939 ";C" Esquimalt 

Irs/iAriAnriAnf 

KILSHAWS 

Ills FORT STREET 

CThg 

rac*g(5 

GLASS DOORS 

From Heavy Commercial 

To French Style 

Free Standing 

Toilet* $30 

Tongue-Groove Fir 


INVEST IN REST 

naeoenaenT 

AUCTION'S 

388-8284 

718 Flntayson 

Windows, Light Fixtures 

_; $85-2*3$ 


100 MJSt'EIXANKOl'S 
FOIl SALE 

KORBIN'S HOUSE - 
Of LIGHTS 

“JUST A SHADE BETTER" 

WE'VE MOVED 1 

to 453 E. Burnside Rd. 
Shades, swags, lamps 


9 MISCELLANEOUS 
FOR SALE 

NEW and USED 

Bedroom suites complete, $199 to 
5438; thesis of drapers. $49 to 
$<49; dresser, $59 to SH9; bedside 


GREGG FURNITURE, 

2300_Douglas_ &6-U6S 

20 a * OFF ALL REGULAR I 

5 a . off sales prices with this ad 
only on Sat. and Sun., Nov. 26th 
end 27th. Our container arrives 
Monday, we must clear stocks 
open 7 days and nlghts Peta-s j 
Place, 786 Goldstream, 478-6000. 
Chargex. Master-charge, all financ¬ 
ing ava ilabl e. OA.C._ •_ 

AS NEW, SWEDISH STYLE 
•wfa, matchinolove scat and hipi- 
back chair, $300. Solid round pine 
' dininq table with four upholstered' 
olne chairs, $500. Twin mattress 
and box soring, $100. Queen siz, 
maltress and box spring, $250 

47 7-0892. __ 

AS NEW SWEDISH STYLE SOFA, ‘ 
matchlnq lovewat, higjhtack chair, 
$500; solid round pme dining table 
with four upholstered pine chairs, | 
$300; twin-size mattress, box j 
spring, $100; Queen-slz* mattress. 

box spring, $250. 477-0892- _i 

WANTED: LARGE ORESSER OR , 
chest of drawers, preferably maple 1 

f inish. 479-7781. _ 

COUCH AND CHAIR TO BE 
sold within next wMt. Phone 

3B3-8U5._._ I 

SOLID OAK ADJUSTABLE ARM- ’ 
chair. Restored, new cushions, oil 
finish. 3W-A370._ _ 


Panasonic 
Technics 
Harmon/Kardon 
Dynaco/Dynakit 
JBL Speakers 
Bolivar Speakers 

Havin' Trouble 
Findin' Time? 
We are OPEN 
Ten Til Nine! 


13 cu. ft. 2 dr. Danby auto, defrost 

I triage $295 ; 30" Admiral continu- -- oan 

* ous clean range $99.95; As new ,2 «2 Mary St. 382-8711 

Simons hldeabed, floral covering Open 9:20-5 Tues. through Sat. 
$399.95; Hi-back sofa < nd swivel 
' rocker In plaid, excellent condition 
1350; Mustard tweed rock er- 
i lounger by La-z-boy $128.B8; double, 
sue sofa bed on casters, only 
1 $99.95; double dreser. mirror, 4 

drawer and 54" bookcse_bedstead j SHARP KNIVES! 

THE GIFT EVERYONE 
LIKES 


TTOVES 


COLLECTORS ITEMS - 3 I 
moge Bridal Rose dinner plates, 

i soup plates, I covered vegetable , $158; hostess rocker $19.95; Vikii _ 

| dish, Dresden Ballerina, 6" pair o* |2 dr. frost free fridge $275; Tweed 
German figurines, bone china ; j position recllner, ns new $108; 
floral bouquet, 4 Georgian water ] almost new Herculon sofa, love 
goblets, 24-piece set early Rogers seat and chair *400; Ranch style 574 Yales SI. 383-2422 

silver—6 dinner knives and forks, j fable with 6 deluxe chrome chairs (Across From the Pos tOffIce) 

6 luncheon knives and forks. 1 $175; deluxe style buffet $100. - -- — — 

pair, Victorian plush Portieres —--- 4 Pt€CE MATCHED SOLID OAK 

(side drapes) — reversible plush,SUPERB 10 PIECE ANDREW- dining 1 suite, tatle, 4 chairs, buffet, 
set of Childcraft 61 edition as new, Malcolm dining room suite In solid $499.95. Laraer 6 piece Jacobian 
il ice cream maker, various lamp walnut and burled walnut. Re- Iwist dining suite, $699.95. Superb 
'shades and picture frames, prints. , placemenl value over $6000. Our oak wardrobe $149.95, Victorian 
i Quality inlaid mahogany cotfee clearance special $1995. Financing < mahogany, frames long settee, 
table, 40x24, 598;3082. available O.A.C. 8 solid oak chairs $299.95. .1 piece lug and basin set, 

1 1 *, 4 i km it c/M in tTirw-in nrn in excellent condition Includes 7 $99.95. Financing available O.A.C. 

I S $ 7 i L 5 « Too Of llnel^ armchairs special $399.95. several Open 7 dai ' - " 

AtZUi ZnP OuJinVjw lar «e oak tables, good selection of from town, 1 . 

K^H d rtui- 0C $wi ted U Aini Qu .«Jl It "4’*$$ # n d antique vases. Open 7 Go id sir ea 
I Pne ft da >’ s and n| R h,s ' 15 mins, -from 478-6030. 

1 ,own , 10 from wooko. ’ Pete's 1 — 

&&&*”& 'SiXSShI"?.® i PIS£ »V“ Golds,rtBm. ,7I-M0O. -- 

-- —- — —■— VARIETY 


armchairs special $399.95. several Open”7 days and nights, 15 mini. | Used ADDliOnCGS 
larae nek tables. nnnri ulc/lhn of from town. ID from WOOlCO, 786 .... - ‘L. __,_ < 


I 100 MISCELLANEOUS 

FOR . SALE 

-LggMPwL 

iWivts 

SHARP GIFT IDEAS’ ......_ . . . . 

m.roose »nrt ,oi» 'able*. $19 to $49; cedar chests. 

v , S'V to $159; single beds. $39.95 to 

modern maid _ J.ror - . m £ <£$ feSSi 

, Microwave Ovens VARS FISHERMAN UNIT CAR- SSJJESS-I i T5rnm ,,, 2S3f r ^lSS-^USSco rocking chelr*?$67.i6 to $139, 9x12 

/ looac- digan swe « ,er - m * n s Indian type ro*d*r*orm and nasKs, much . ^ Uf , 0 $Uf . 0uncan phyf# 

5399.1W cardigan, fcotn hand knit and large, Sy c J.JJJCS‘ ir .. 3i $2 drop leaf tagle and 6 chairs, $548; 

with biff L‘2 CU ft. oven Make baautlful Xmas gifts sr* rmw% v. set* ^ 4 jnjnq chairs, $139 to 

1 „ .mto. also girls and bo vs ice skates (Across from fhe Post Office) s 2 19; 5 pee. kitchen sets. $59.95 to 

DEMONSTRATION every 'Berry -laragu door 7'x8' fridge, , A , AND SUN si?',.- 3 pee. sets, *9 and $54.95; 

VPITIAY NKTHT y PM mahogany head board, go cart \ G'/''<AGE SALE. SAT and SUN; K#nm0 re waslwr spin-dry, $99; 

r HIDAx INivrrli o-» r.ivi. tire$ Hond6 160cc engine Parts, * Hlllvlaw Ave.iotfior VelC01>m c i eA ne r , SW.95 to S79; fire 

SATURDAY U-3 P..M .,«fXTtoZSTS ,SSSS MAS !S?£ .^nd^SSa S3 

PLUS IfiJS"-. S,MI £ *“«- « l£ - .ISSSS 

GOOD SEDUCTION ot ; - - ■ -1 ® pandora ! 1“ 

guaranteed used appliances DEMO SALE , terotesa draper. Wooei T and 105 , 0 5 A p a nS5a Ava RN ^^ TUR “ ^-?'‘i9 

Cubbon lumber, back ot *1720 Cook' E f ^ f lre | CQ ^, 105 0 -==? 9 

St., Off North Park St. Shlptop; peSSnacl^p r l ced* S * POOL TABLE. 4X8, SELF 

2x4's, 2x6, 2x8, 2x10, large beams, | 1 ne - ^ 1 reasonably priceci.-leveling, complete with one set 

all sires plywood, windows, doors, ^ . . 0 each of pool and snooker balls, 

fluorescent lights, 4', 6' 8 12', • AUGT ON 2 P M & 'two racks, cues, S150. 21" TV, Vlk- 
Elec. and plumbing fixtures, used j ' . * X ing. B/W, good working condition, 

bricks, 9-5 Sat., Sun., Mon. See; Bozanr from 10'30 l* 3i - Ru o- soft. ruse, 12x15, ciood 
man on site. U A T J duality, needs cleaning, $50. Floor 

_ 7 . __ SAT., NOV. 26 ! waxer and polisher, GE, perfect 

uLmu.iw Demonstrator and scratched Sun Church of Our Lord Hall condition, $25. Bedroom chafrT $10 

F r~ beam and Oster appliances. Great Blanshard and Humooldt \ v6,/ne 

auto washer $1.0, VJ1 | UM on Koines, frvina pans, hair A -— 41 — i~.i...<-. 


laianmu w-'l— -- 

1821 COOK 


GUARANTEED SSliSf.. 5 




BARGAINS 


MAPLE DESK WITH CHAIR, 
very good condition, $85. 6 58-8351. 
CUSTOM BEDS: CAPTAIN'S $120; 
Mate's, $115; Bunks, J100. ^79-7400^ 

GOLD TOflE LOVE SEAT, LIKE 

new. $275. 658-5677.__ 

BOXSPRING. 6 LEGS, PADDED 
headboar d, $25. 477- 1 442. 

QUALITY DOUBLE MATTRESS — 
and base, $155, 658-5331 after 5. 


RENT 
TO OWN 

1977 20" 

ELECTROHOME 

COLOR TV 

NOTE: Rent to own also avail-j CHRISTMAS 

abie for 26 " console TV. m-ABivn.' 

3 vear warranty On all parts ana i CLaCaAKA.vL- t, 

labour and 6 vaar warranty plan Men's and boys' Bauer, Tacks and 
on the picture tube. Call 

CITY CENTRE TV 

OPEN 10 A.M. — 9 P.M. 

6 DAYS A WEEK 
477-6971 

Next to K Mart In tha Mall 


Cnurch of Our Lord Hall 

at. •«>» .. .. ^ - ... . uvs,.,, ...»_ — - — — ■ , Blanshard and Humooldt 

Pete s Place, M ,f9 laf Y Easy auto,, *ashef _»'»*, values on kettles, frying pans, hair Auction includes antlnque chairs, 

Vlkmq dryer $95, 30 ^ dryers, kitchen centres, ntlxers, original prints, pool table, trot VIKING COPPERTONE BUILT-IN 

ranee $150, 30 _ westlngnouse 1 ^lenders, curlinq irons, steam water tank and range fan oven and stove. 10 yean, old. 

- si»... ns , toasters, perks, slow cookers l. P aw Y ' niirv Coooertone hood fan (ductless). 

i e8n openers SPEED QUcEN HEAVY DUTY stainless double s!nk complete with 

Vrx-rji ssi vpui i vvpv i washing matnme, lire new. $-$■' fawcett; complete set of Kitchen 

■jUNBLAM AFFUA.NLL 'four antique cane seat dlnnelta Cafc , n#tS; red sha o carpet 10x14; 

: chairs, 51/5; Air Hockey black vinyl Spahish chesferfieid 

ovhI ?reen and gold, 9x12 ant j c hair, red ceramic Tamp with 

. ...... .... iti/ r«„«wHn 383-8543 jtiaa rug: large nude rotor lounge matching ashtray -and llahter 

New condo display furniture. Liv- , chair; winter cant coat and panl 592.1048 g 

hoofs”$35. ’Racer'Jjiade skates’$25.1, catmpo piwich cnrT rn ,nci room 5e,,MS - D , nlna | KNITKING KNITTING MACHINE, . s u i t s, size 14. bedspreads and ---- 

™ «V I J;?. LEATHER FINISH SOFT _Cy J luifM Bedroom suites. Deck, and (for making costom other articler, 385-0/42. 1 THREE PIECE SECTIONAL, $55. 

• *— -- * - old double box | - - ■ • • — 


11 onv« $J50, 'irMniT blenders, curnnq iron*. »tam 

i COLLECTOR’S ITEM, UNIVER- 1 SIM^ Ph^K ! Honijoallers. oerkl, slo* cooKe'S 

■STWiT «£d”ffiuT.i.-Ha’i I - variety I yLfijli .STUB : <n<ta. . Jo"d, "h iliT'woLPS I ,....... 

All small coke and other bar mlr-; Microwave, as new $375. Modern | ^; n t»dPaoes u?ut 33 volumS Hom * Appliance and TV Centre, SIJNBLAM APPUANCL 
rors, regularly $19.95 for ( days ', 0 fa and chair $375, maple ' type K?nf comHthn Oni tot Hawkins I5X) Ceder Hill X Rd. 477-2922 /vi 

oniv $7.95, while they la*.t. Open 7 wooden table and 4 chairs $160. 1 ' hJHil. Nn i in '--- " 

■ - an * 1 '5 min*, from Manual office typewriter, $75. Skiis! 8Uld# books N ‘ ,0 ’ .. . i„ 91? PANDORA 

town, Pete’s Place- 786 Go'd- (Head) and poles $60. New buckle 


• • ”v , Hi' ,h ?y 0l ^ n 7 wooden'table' and 4 chairs $«60-: o| , .ctrlca^ ,, o , uid« , ' books^'No' 
days and nights 15 mins, from Manual office typewriter, $75. Skiis ' °- *^27 3 0 

town, Pete’s Place. 786 Gold- iu.>hi «n»i li* - mu. 

stream, 478-6000 

' l§sS f '_ 

Rahv's crib s ?5 Old stain atass oa tlo propane barbecue, tpjjhwasher, Franklin stove. All at j spring and mattress, $20; ornale 

ssa sail as.-im^wK? ^ «•«». 


USED FURNITURE 
I Electrohome colour TV $250; 
I Floral loveseat, $95; 3-Pce. curved 
! sectional chesterfield suite, $145. 
: 3460 Quadra, 384-3152. Chargex 
I available. 


,CCM Ice skates, LP records, com- 
lies, fishinq qear, cameras, radios, 
typewriters, lewelry, and all types 
| of home furniture and much much 
: more. The only way 1o shop tor 
I Christmas, come in and see Ed or 


suites. Bedroom suites. .| and Jac-40 

j .. . -• -•-* — four arm chairs; tisn ranx com- 

p I e t e ; 1958 Comptons en- 

! sns^TLs? jss*rs*si ; aa ; ew ' 4£a ® 1 1 ‘sswr «> 

| tubs. Large glass door. Large ' ^ orm,ca ,ea wa90 "’ res; 383-4372 or 598-^33?l. i m if * m * suitable for Christmas gffts P | »v9<’, aoproxlmatety 2 tons whltj 

plate glass mirror. 2 sinks. Miscel---^ JACK MEARS $3; cherry red Lread basket. $5. efc Conie you won < t be disappoint fireplace rock $153; plrls bike, and 

l.™ us . rniTTI .(t.r ,:M. OARAGE SALE. SATURDAY AND | OAK BAY REALTY LTD J12-7«A_- £ .“viXiJt"fl’ ’ S51V m,iCe,ri,n,< " ! ' i,ems 

Sundav. November 26 and 27, 10 j —-'I FULLY ENCLOSED CARTOP ?f l ^ J J uf Iol V 7*o? vt # n °* " 383 5W '- 

a m.-5, 1607 Ross St., Fairfield. THE p|NE SH0P | S NOW OPEN luggage carrier, fils any size car, ‘•wo* 0 ; sy^/e/v._ 3-750X16 MUD AND SNOW 

,595-4910. Stove, fridge, wringer . Hamsterly Rd. All soljd l$40; Kirby vacuum complete with, 2 SETS RIGHT HAND GOLF 1-750x16 highway, (near nev ), 1 

■ m v '*»her. houseplants and m»ny 1 , ” furniture, coffee and end 1 attachments and rug shampooer, clubs; 2 pair oovs' skates, 3 pair tube for above, 1 16" spilt rim. <8 

'other items. Must sell, reasohable , ,.,. 1 ., hoD€ chests, portable wine 1 ideal (or apartments and mateis, girl's skates. S5 t SI 5; small Hole) 4, steel radials, 185x14 (6,0W 

W KMIxClTVrVrt#ll prices. Dsr . 'wall plaques, spice racks, excellent condition, )'* years old. u speed bike. $35. old Mustang miles). 20 horse Merc, outboard. 

-- Plant stands, wall tables afTO , warranty, $190. Ronson hood hair tike, $5; 2 pair golf shoes, sizes 5 longshaft, 1 vear old never used, 

MACRAME, much much more. For Christmas dryer $12. 478-7079^ an< l 1 - children's Looks, 25c each, g" table saw, custom front bumper 

supplies, reasonable prices. Cus- giving. Please feel free to come — n ,e tarpo 592 ' 65W- *__for 4x4 pick-up, custom canopy for 

i tom orders for hangers, lamps, j and see us^for special g H t» v made | SKJ J S ; me ^ t? 'rSLV 9V,®)? ' NEW. ADMIRALS AUTOMATIC.'? * ,on pick ' up ' 442 * 5577 * 


E4TOffS 


STORE 

749 View St. 


GOOD CONDITION, WINGED ,J :V 
back colonial sofa, $69.95, Flex- 
steel colonial sofa and chair, super 1 


etc. 


, to order. Open . 7 days a Veek. 
PRIMARY PLAYTHINGS 1651-8611. 

1319 Broad Street- 3S f* 25 ^ $hED' SALE: ^UMDAY. NOV. 

FREE PLANT 127lh. 11 i.m, to 6.p.m v wesher and 


j dryer, $230; 


LOrijIllia*, LUIIIC III 0<<U uu WI j*rri yvivu.oi ' * . • — .... jrrci, , -yy , ,. . —... —- —- -• , 

Sarah at Esquimau Tradlnq and comfy. $99.95, inlaid mahogany w ( fh tnis ad. 1 — W plant per canoe. $175; stove, bar fridge, tires $20 each. 477-3794. 
. 1 '*•*—— -—— *°° ot *" ires Nov. 26.! TS250. Suzuki, $500, offers; Persian ——^-—-———-; 


1 Thrill, 897 Esquimau Road. 
METAL KITCHEN 


duchess dresser, $99 95 Tiffany per , on . oiler expires 
-..'. ...- -r i style _shedes, reduced to clear, Pianlarlum. lower Commerce 

£A®JfN<jET. I ?oen 7 days and .nights, 15 mine. I y.all, next to View Parkide, 


Skates: lady's Jelinek size 3, $14; si.«ad //ashing machire harvest FOOD STORE AND MEAT 

qirl's size 13, $9. Like new Tyrol cold, $775. Green and beioe velvet EQUIPMENT FOR SALE 

ski warm up penis, blue, lady's | sofa and cha;r, $250. I Bar-be-que,, walk-in cooler doors and shelves 

, _ small $10. For Volvo, pair C78x15,$25. 1 fish lank, <20. 1 pool lamp, 12 * Hussman self-serve cooler. 

Frontiersman Goodyear belted, studed snow $20. 1 T.V. $50. Grev and while Neiison chocolate bar rack. 

- **“ i sofa for $50. Karlsson, 6/5 Camel- Revolvinq checkout counter 

1 lia PI., Marigold Co-op. -• •——<>—■ 


6' wooden magazine rack, etc 


MODERN BRASS BED. $2». 
Phone tefore » p.m. 478-4398. 

3-SEATER SOFA AND MATCH- 
irg chair, esklhq $100. 385-7745. 

7-PIECE COLONIAL CHFSTER 
field suite, aood condition. 383-1846. 

98 TV. STF.RFO. RADIO 
SALKS nn«l SF,R\1CE 


SelM A Service 


i^OONG3 FORT , n< j counter sink, 7 tt. lerglh, $4$) from town and io from Wooico,' 3 x 3^322 

- 382-5512 I aluminum storm door. $30; p e te's Place 786 Goldstream, 

3-piece green bathrcom set, $75; 478-tCOO. 

.laps, $15; electric set in-wall heat- 
I er, 16"xl8". $18; stainless sfoel 
sinks, single and double sizes, 
fluorescent light fixtures, * ft. 
units. 2 tube. $20. 1 tube $14 
Phone 10 a.m. to 6 
382-6010. 


CHRISTMAS 

SALE 


p.m. Sat. 


MONK'S 


carpel, $75; ' G7B-15 snow tires;!®" HARVEST GOLD ELECTRIC HASFA »p NT SAl F p p A 0 a .., Phone 478-6233 tetween 12-4 p.n 

sssKja ra? z i T s^ws». sk , 0U ak m 0 ,l- stove,. 


OIL STOVE. WRINGER 

M, cnair, mi; niwm uui,:- - . m machine, Stvrco Butt 

aluminum folding cot wlth|{umi»u$ room chesterfield, rocker, welder, lady's barber cnair. 
.".“T Da sun 200 tires, m see aneous . 


over camper 'shell," S507 lawn" : frl’gerator7$250,'both' like'nev.',' oc- h * r ™ ari 0 5 ,!;',. qu/ S k - • 
—- -nof,... 13T7IjcasionM ch,lr. 


m 


r I PAIR OF COPPER PICTURES* 

1 Toshiba SA-620 AM-F-M siereo re^ oriental scene,-12*15, $9.50 a pair. 

( celver —50 watts RMS per chan- Tubular chrome step stool, red 
r.el — top notch P.L.L. FMI Reg. 5<taf anc j bac ^ f fpi^f away steps, 
S 495 . 95 . While Ihty last $349.95 $ 1 ; OccaslonaJ chair, walnut, 


For all your 
OFFICE SUPPLY 
requirement 

794 Fort and 75-t Broughton St. 
381-0565 


GREY CUP BARGAINS 

19" color TV, 25" color TV con- _ 

sole, $300 each. Stereo tuner imp. AUCTION 

with changer, $185. Stenorette die- * iturdav Nov. ?6th, 1 p.m., ar ». nwnmi ocu*, * mum v,” . 

!•«--j. us-ffl 1 st±!. open house 


z »■ as 1 Bar« 

—_ »eos. night !i i ;j 1 .f7“ l ?Si n i5i 1 c “ , iS’ iSJdf; 


PS 


SERVICE 

WE SELL THMEST 
and SERVICE THE PhSST 
9:30-5;’30 MON.-SATT* 

388-6564 _ 
Special Purchase 


... . _ MOVING TO 

GARLAND 6 -BURNER GAsl* 0ns0l « stereos, very good, some 'cu'jai^'saw'Tamlnatetri’mmer/fllos,' Europe, n^uii sell evefyttilnB, 

ranoe suitable tor restaurant°In-'.antiques, furniture and mlscella-Chisels, numerous • miscellaneous 64 Falcon body and chassis parts, (ri^e, washer, dryer, movje cam- 
‘titut Ion excellent condition or ill neous Items. ConsignmentI ac-ept-, ifams A)t0 ,g 7 0 Pontiac la clear. 4 / h"r°' . _ era uroiector, ail household Hems, 

broile^'hwe oven, warming oven; 642-3413, evenings 642-5.33. _, Saturdayfi November 26th, 10 EVERYTHING MUST GO, FROST ^ 1 l ° 1 l l iny ' f 3 a r p d A disolav 

Monday through Friday. 9-5 P.m. mclANE (EASY PUSH) REEL 1 a.m .-6 p.m., 3972 GlanfordjAvenue. j ree fridge, washer, bicycle, ap- li’iB , P re m‘j , ->?Iy r * k <Ji 6 R |a Y 

386-4101 J 6 y. $175 includes exhaust tvpa | awn mower and Wilkinson lavender LAVATORY 1 ohances bed, furniture, clothing, eTc._jo/-.-o/.—- 

hood, _ sword lawn snears - used onjlggin. chrome combination, legs |yhlforms Tugcaoe, e'e, Suzuki 90 MU5TANG BOY'S BIKE. $50, 

MOVING “COMPLETE HOUSE- i«»soh. Pagoda type floor model towe , han jx. Girl's 1520 Pembroke Street. 595-6977, 3-6 skate board, used Once, $/ 0 . Ro ; - 

iiold furniture for saie A-l condi- large bird cage, 2 wrought iron ^Qy^rnooi>e suits, size 14. 1 child's 1 P-m. ^ _ _ • < signal skits with 555 bindings, Ya- 

tion. washer and dryer. dU!S?rs 4 Sears*stee C |°be U |ted iacke ,L tur ' S ‘“ 10 ‘ Hwaonable - $5,000 TO s 10.000 ANTIQUE j WjS S^T’iSn,? sk| h fei!>t$ b 

crib and dresser, qlass coffee «hd rooro dividers, 4 Sears sieel R*’’™ ; 452-3732._ _ _ slate Boston pool table, now avail-with 2 soeakVri 

-no * I I tables, very comfortable cheste<- "6M. NW«» NO - - TTTT. --USED 8ble to the highest bidder, win 8P88W** 

^i^.,cfru7 <ield complete bedroom set. For cheap 384-4355, _GARAGE SALE. 175 QrJLn consider cash and trade. Call 4 g_-0148 1 — - 

industrial in<orm«tlon_ca<l_383-3J5S._ CHRISTAAAS SPECIAL , 1 bathroom Spnk: floor po(llll«f'i LMyKrilti tor on oo- LADIES COATS. MOHAIR NEW. 

-I SMALL WOOD STOVE $7C ARM New, attractive stonecrest 44-piece » ..| saw; 6x3 wlnsow; 110 volt polotrnerrf to view. 1 Picadillv Shop. Leather iacket zio- 

REGULAR | chair S15. electric stove $10, mlr- dlnnerwgre. lB-pJece related s*J. (sfov#; 0 |, ,p ac * n M ier; mahognv , 7 ' CUBIC FRIDGE ; TEAK DIN-' P* r «d tining '? t n ^£ l0, c O o°*S6 m Ati 

ror dresser 525, solid wood coffee 24-olece glassw are. fO-p lece ^hat- ra<Ji0 . ph0n0 ; puS h mower; facial ino r 5om suite, 6 chairs; Spanish collar, $15. Lonclbn Fog, 1 $6. A I 

.. . . 4rm,w ' sauna; stereo headphones; 60’ mc-i| lvIng room suite, coffee and gnd.lfcll. ( s “ e h d V P *L' 1 f sizJ 

STEREO BUFFS Open 7 days andn.ghts, j ^ 'cont.Vner'arn'vei ! VT^kSOwm *bw I drSaK’dice Wtot! ***»•: t g ■■ ■ {gBU ^’ffien^^dra^ 1 * SS? i “ MMllM. Sb-SM*. 

I Marble bases fdr vour turntable, P# ’*® ** lac# * 786 Go,d5tream '^AV>nday, we must dear stocks, jjcoo. 658-8770. seat, bedpans, etc., excellent con- i BASEMENT SALc, FISHER 6S2 _2 mj ' 90 wrun'c no ska \zacuum~WASH 

'cut lo si/e. MORTIMER'S AAONU-■ 478-6000._ ppen j day5 an£l n | ahts . Pete's 1 -- --idltlon. 388-7841 local 185. (Price toys, boa*. A-frame, oasKel- ---— -- N £ W EUREKA VACUUM, WA,5H 

| MENTAL WORKS, 383-6421. j3 CUBIC FOOT MOFFAT 1 Place, 7R6 Goldstream. 478-6000. WASHERS AND DRYERS .T.7~Z~. - 1 hall, wooden Putt-Putt Ira n. Thun- F0 R SALE - STUDDED SNOW * r ' na *<|*.W 7 /'J^S/ 1 draots 

, iATnc*?huonMs'M7"$TFiiM freezer. SlOO, black and white V/. Charuex. Mastercharge. all financ- New and rebuilt. 1 year warranty VACUUM CLEANLRb dershift 500, pedal car, etc. Cram tires size G78x 14 General 1-40 pair; s d clom- 

;^over i W from^ Lr™* dr ^ rs - #dc ^ c, ° 

288-9091 after 6. 


,__ . green brocade, $35. Man's 3 suiter, 

/ ilic»onici cto. '] 'Toshiba AM-FM stereo tuners — McBrlan, $20. -i drawer chest, var- 
Ml i originally sold lor $299,95 — will n i S h e d. $25. Hoover floor polisher, 

tu Y4TI* IT88IT ) match any amplifier! While they $) 0 A) | in A-1 condition. Cash 

ia»t $139.95,only. 1039 Hampshire Rd. | "THE PLASTIC SHOP" 

THE NEW 7« gOUNGS 7M FORT I GIBB A R D CONTEMPORARY; JI05 DOUGLAS ST 386-1.177. 

. . A . .rr--r • c. r wt c # 392-5512 v.alnut 9 drawer mirrored dresser, STOP SHOPPING FOR 

MARANTZ Sale* * 5W9*ce almost $1000 value at S2 J9.95, PLASTIC PRODUCTS, indu 

n anaran aitucuc r&md nfw RADIO 1 matching nioh* table S49.95, head- , Plastic* 

model* Jtt Vr»\A,’c ct J oofrpe 5 TI ? EN T S B r BA -7 a m Anri ^ I and footfeoard $89.95, Sim- TT, -^ 

i at THE LOWEST PRICES snack, TRC-57 A-M. and mon's Beautyrest double matttress A ° 0FF 

fER. band, base or mobile. »*». i —— .i- .. • 

- 1386-6431.... .... 

I $49.95. Open 7 days and 
Pete's 


ALL 

Co?a^m < lrror!f ,3 rea?hr^ super* stvhng V** , * cI * $75. wood feui* «»iu nuicn hiihh», *"•" • 

Cola.mirrors, really super |only on SaL and ^un.._N°w ant f 9U . upright, honky tonk j shirts, ^weater*', !fi 


Royal 
, 479-489 

RCA VICTOR STEREO, WALNUT I 
cabinet, approximately ...54 xl_B_, ^iSi 


sonic, 


3-yr. warranty all 282-7641. 


tube. 5499. 

CONTINENTAL 

FURNITURE 

716 Johnson St. 



bathroom i 

___ _ w . . -- taps $5 

parts, labour and P^re e ^i e *li,jdS, iwri flmlW; chain, sto. 3B-3SM french provincial cdffei >l3 -'e,"’ hKimMufiSiaf,, _:_cnir,. a, Joiimn ,~-rs„. raleiGH - - 

°ld excel'ehl condition, 5400. 3g „ MQFFAT RANGE( VIKING table, hall stand. Singer .sewim, 6 BUNDLES R12 INSULATION, Black and Decker cordless grass ; PAIR SHORTY DRAPES $20 A CLEAN, COMFORTABLE CHES .ellenl £?,i Jm e eSSli£ 

479-23-6. - trldoe. electric oven, childcraft machine, met. l plant stand, salton $4,5. Model a. grin shell, aluminum c |j ppe rs, auart sealers, 6-drawer ' pa | r< QyjJted bed spread lo match i.-rfleld and cha,r, *530. Child': i overhaulecl Ktrbv vaeoum cteane 

I- PANASONIC COLOR TV 5 er Hardv Bov's and Nancv Drew hot trav, electric knife, four Bent- yiirtws 2-35x39, 1*Mx2’. Baby oa k desk, lazy boy chair. 477-24-5. , s?c , c ar too carrier $8, Coleman orawer dresser. $25. Walnut dress with a, 7 ,ach, ?!2l!l ilr J' # «» c( 0 

KtlnTmir “’*• PM "' « l4SRir«5i Afl« S±i SSStf&SSb JSfemTsSUwDEN- BOOKCASE. ».«h{g8^rW5!l ISflL Jffirt- 1 1*. Will «Hv.°r ,7»JT>S V "”' 

awaail ^^ Jg^aaSS-AM 1 . H °" ty T “ rt - _ hide.a bed with Spring kenmore sewing machine 

-'pliNer EE 65 watts RMS and match HIGH BACK CONTEMPORARY * ‘ - .iioonBcn “AW D ,|h!? A n«er* tioK $99.50 ; 4-dravier chest, new ANTiQUE GIVE AWAY. 1937 GM mattress 7 months oM, $3T0; fad- wrlablr etecbHc. z'fl-raqr doe, 

irwi txsoo tuner S425 or otters., sofa and chair, beige tweed, ex- 2 SUPERB LARGE MIRRORED years old, $l,3on q, rest otter. ,iao, $69.50. At the Gyvsv | Maple Leaf tire engine. Good con- les 10 speed, plus accessories. 4 decorative sticnlng and ljj 

- 6$-l JiJ’eSen.nas J cellent condition. ^475. Coffee back mahogany side boards, 2 }??L Qe . p 7 * c, v?UhlV aet* Wagonln Markat Square, 3W-2514., d itlon. Fully operational. Includes months old. $90; 595-Oe;5 after 11 tonholes. Good condition, $100 

1 .1— — - —jnd end tables, $35. Black and solid oak buffets each under $100. bed, $7; 3-oiece coffee table set, ' ■* c r iH av ♦!! 9. cumos. hoses, adder siren, soot a.m. , 657-3572. 

? SANSUI SiOp^PEAKERS^ USED i white 20" portable TV $75. " nd , J| V ‘s"o. “great- c,Shr^ W ^^ 'H 0 °^9-^ U 72 V V S | "-r\rVvl'T’ KA ICQ i ** Wrm - GIFT - LOVELY PALE PINK GARAGE SALE SATURDAY 

lv reduced financing available -—-— DON i AAlOO -77-5284 et’veen 5-7 p .m._Prfigrvoir gown size 14 $30; hand 26th. Furniture, household items, 

OAC Open 7 days and nights. BEAUTIFUL CONDITION, VERY Th ...a shop of this EARLY 1900 JACOBEAN COPY knit wool 1*in set. cable border, v. inter i z • d Children's clothes, 

Petrs’ • PlaV- 786 Goldstream, old oval ^ker table with shtHf, 5eas3n Sunday Nov. 27, 9 a.m.-4 walnut buffet, $300; circulation |^«* n |- J6, $35; pair bools, trown -kales. 3863 Cadboro Bay Rd. 

i 478-6000'. __27_„ pp ®'u 32 .. y l-5' I p.m. at the Tilllcum Drive In. See i heater, $35; tj_oy i aerator washer. c# | < - low heel, size 8, $15, 384-9760. .(77-2431. _ 

- — - you next year. 


COLOR 

TV SERVICE 3a8-7W9jfter 5._ 

D\*erhaul SPECIAL $39.95 | R #pa deck S brand E new. would make 


P fl,r - small bed. 477-9837. 


TRY ME! 


„,u, parts (w. make 

offer once each year). Bauer 1 F q R - - ALE; ptqx ^ yaesu o p.p* 

i i i■ M C-m.Snn . _Au.allAAt mnrlififHT i 


___ —rrrr Bowling ball and bag, axcallant PJ 

KITCHEN DINETTE SET, DOU- condition, $25.. 387-6360. 
ble size box soring and mattress, 
as new. beautitul hammered brass ROCKWELL 
snd firesel, cast iron [jointer olaner \ ' 


- Ilk "a!!! l0 ?. M ^l2rt 5 ?i^ I Chick vour AOM'lRAL FLVER'tor GENDRON BABY CARRIAGF, 
,, $100; om apartment sized Sanyo fh BE$T D6ALS jN TOWN and navy, excellent condition. ? men s 

IrlriM SlVi fl n a(] ' QBE ranQR . , n .... n ..IL. . ... — ^ , -arN aha cfanXarH 


-la rnuniv uif CASH- NOR- ? fu' the BEST DEALS IN town and navy, exceneni '.onaiiiop. / mt"; 

, UB v> ^ ww , . .. u»„ u> „„, . ... -.. - LL BEAVER 6" sited Queen wash- ,,°J <1 o, 30 e , flas ran 9 e - order now from Butler Brothers, pines, one 3 soeed, one standard. 

Brothers Television Service transceiver excellent condition.. UNIVERSAL TRADING CENTRE! firescreen and firesel. cast Iron j jointer Planer with ’ a h.p.. 3 vary |]Q0*'McClary frcnt-free 12 cu.1* 25 ' 3a2 ‘Q 1 ?- , < H- P . | n t SL-11720 Douglas. 283-6911. " M.aytag wringer wasner. 

ago mu $450.4784)508. _— 3|4 Johnson Upstairs Warehouse firegrate Sweden modern couch larae old beautiful stained glass william* piano plui box SELLING 10" RADIAL ARM matching pair iADE GREEN 1 -*** 10 * 5 - 

HAVE PURCHASED SEARS I EUrgaTnv^T ools! 4 furn8!rJ~SJd gg chair (suitable for den). w.n«gw, paper boy's carrier for J" ^ ^ Ij^eJ-<lr. W JJ^rumman j:^ L »a^ ^ H, ^i PA -'- R ***** “ * - “• 

stereo selling Pnlllio* stereo maple fridges, curios, glasswear, pteturev-i 92 : 2982 ' 1 — , ‘ vw ' —*-- ♦* K| - -. 

cabinet S85. 6S6-2552. “■* 


carpets 15x10 and BASEMENT SALE: 


BARBIE 


.383-6911 iTTTTrS b. lartuiccn CPZBCI —TuSf*' furniture *nh and cnair (SUitaoie tor oen;. , winoows, paper uoy s car*ier reri.,' *jX 0 k,, $400; large . L . _ _ _ __ 

_ _ . ___ bicycle. 595.3742.__ | desk. $7W- 477-2^9, 59* 1433. ■ and regulator, kitchen table and °o;r $200 and si» Ar^ sXM do"l h=use ard accessorles. cam # 

lldyds amfm ..tnack'^J^- ® ;,ra. L -!£. AV 5S^S IS I S3BPWW&X «« SffwTSuTRiSw jF 

FURNITURE «nd APPLIANCES i r AL 20" COLOUR TV.JuST ffl, ffi h wTOr’c^C. T Ql! ! ^” b a^’d COLON,'aCcHES- I ^ ADItTn^mX .AAT^HiJ WS 


MAIS 


Color or Black-White 

TVA .I PEKNIES P«, MV 

385-2435 1821 Cook <«?.. w« 


w^riSFfJSfSSb •MsSsl.wiis rSSaiM"*'^ 


w -—A L I Ua/u I l- ,,0 ’ lwl «, I a- K v , .. , 11 I ' I ' I I - . - - - - 

'.T& h ?«. c "* lrs ' " ir f 'T ,y w,nt E . 

'with 'mirrored china" cabinet, 53(W. D0NAT | 0 NS OF CHILDRENS' S tIj D EN T ENTREPRENEUR r'een used*'in" portable case, $195.^ NTIQ ue C HINA C ABI NET, $20, LEA THE * COAT. MaSlne (ChlWsI 1 rid'ng toy),' •? 

__—.—_ PHILLIPS 26" COLOUR CON- Occasional brown chair with foot toys, gifts for older peopl? etc. with paid student help tfitf pick go l M3-1569. _3 i J r ,r ^-r£SLi n#V *rti«w5 #n heft* new ',J 21 ' Ca * ,,,r 3 0,n, ‘' 

v,ry — ' ondi ' lon ' 5150 ^—7.-sgisr ™v . — gh - pau«Nw-wg 


yr. picture tube warranty ). 

Qhglradsg 


3IM284 

TV RENTALS 

14-20" Colour— 

Cokxtron 


MUST SELL DYNACO A 40 XL Brunswick 
speakers, 50 watts. Asking $225. 

*78-5084. - —'365-3023. 


i. 3-piece, 1'/4" slate, new Cloth on , wANTE0: DANISH TEAK BUF- GLASS FRONT OAK STACKING! PRICE'S LOCK 

bed, all accessories, $3,400, fel drawers 1 side. Votlter side bookcase $125; Colonial hideatsed | s47 For Street 

. 365-3023. disappearing door of vdrflCat slats. $350; 12C key accordion «i(d C««e - tr -----r-r- 1 7*j 


-inew condition. Also engines, you nev i $ioo. High chair good 

BINDINGS,'control planes RC planes and condition $10; electric waffle iron 
Texas In- extras. After .*., 592-1231. ji 5 ; 3844)148 


6i watt receiver, pioneer i"":- VAA-V -i SKu “S7.®5: - l^witt..^<i^*LrSiilwA:T<4" i kw£RRl^(<.^^f!,UL* ".«■ M SS2 S »£;’SPg8!!!l*ff!iai!f^.a !M: GARAGE sale, quantity new s TRAC k tape deck plus 

fl°rm et, 4;7 d W7 k |' V C * peBk * rs ' $ weddTnq ring fur collar size 18. AS BABY BASSINej77*70; 3W ‘ 3, . 5? Chargex available.-.1*11,50 while they last. Merino, j tar with case, excellent condition, i wall wiper doors, lamp shades, . 5cev speakers, *40; bathroom 

firm. 477-7271.-— ! mans t^eed winter overcoat size deluwt baby bath chartbe^able. ONE TWIN PICKUP ELECTRIC Lower Commerce Mall, ^Douglas] call 592-7012. • _ *>C. UOO Glyn Rd. Saturday, Sun- vani ty plus link, « 0; ^ al,v . 7 ^j' 

17" VIKING PORTABLE COLOR 42, motorcycle coat large size, children's chrome set, $30; loullar with tremolo and case. $75; land View St. acros* from Eaton *. hand CROCHPTED WWITE * dav ' 9 _.i*??* 1 !®?’ condition, *60.. 579-wi. 

1 _'{.'...!? xc#l,ent condition. $195., 595-6576. _ iqirl's Raleigh bike. $50. 592-9181. 1 unfi nished factor y^kl t^Mlnl Bike ' 1 Gandron Baby Buggy, Car Seat, oval table cloth, measures 70"_by range — 30" BAYCRTST CON- 


excellent condition, $195, 595-6576. ! airl's Raleigh bike. 19). 592-9181. i l unfinished tactorv kit Mini Bike, , . 

f 7 . 7 ** 503 :_,---! BEAUTIFUL” DIAMOND HEART ^ E fg S SKATES.' SIZE ' 12. ^ $75; _CrK 

AKAI REEL TO REEL STEREO, pendant with 14 karat white Bold;£}most new. 2 pairs fibreglass OFFERS ON APPROX. 74 SQ. 

Cross Field ME model, as kina $350. chain, (new), nearest $300, or draoes ogxa*, S?5. Ironing board, yards oold coloured wall-to-wall 
Days, 656-4111, evenings, 656-5328. would exchange tor mink $ 5 . Card table, $10. 592-7764. | nylon broadloom; __3_.years old. 


479-1486. 


120" 


\PORTATU.6-COLOUR,. TV |-cu^m'"^!^ =WTT®£I»« '«*«' 


3180 HARRIET 


Loot*, poles. Queen size bedspread, new, $100. Steam trunk,\verir old, 
1 L-lue ' $25 721-3381. *30. Reel type lawnmewer ' w^t|i 

' Llue ' -front catcher, $120. 474-2578.- 


99 


Used tapes 50 cents Up. New _. h . fh 

,.l« t-£ UnK ?r Ml|«S; .ttffi.'SSfle 


... . __ . I speed copiers 

CARPENTERS TOOLS, NEW] sl . 

snow shovel, and 6 lb rammer. 


tha dav 


and Stand' like "new. S250.'656-5969. ! HAND H CLEANUP ,- oK 

o . r. rvrtv-r i '68 Datsun Sports 2000, portable 
383-9113 WANTED: TV COLOUR BAR DOT ymitv s | n Ks. floor polishes 18' , .... 

-- r --- - generator. Phone 592-7026. I boat, motor and trailer. 68 Datsun Llu9 » w .. 1 

“ s »^?r. cassette stebeo S15SS IISUrHSJ!' 

sites 11 and 12. Soccer shoes sizes 1 ^jas 3 oak chairs, older 7x9 AxmlnJler 

1 , 3. Tap shoes size 13. G.rl* bike oner*, ruRk-Cal I 385-2261 between 12-6. 

for aqes 7-10. Phone 477-4868. BABY CAR BED. SEARS DE- ^ ■ 

,_ 1 iiiyw 3 in t buggy, hardly used, INCINERATOR .BARRELS $6 DE¬ 

INCH WORM. S'T AND SPIN, ^.* 3. 3 aluminum windows, wed -1 liver mi screens end covers extra. 

tricycle, ride m tractor, misceila- . dre4s S | ze 10 479-8057. Old narreis removed, reasonable. $»*«»* »<>«»«•' —— - ----■'^damv-iTm - 

neous toys. uood condition 0109 0 e4i 479-4067 alter 4toBefore 8 a.m. 1 Stilson v,renches, double axe. UP- FRANKLIN ---• 

384-0148. DRAPES—IVORY WITH BROWN - bolstered brcr.vn nylon frieze chair, Frlgldalre double oven stove with, 1? „ rn(Ut ^ v.vuuwvurs j «ui. «<«<».. - 

■ -“..T. _ Y 1 ib»Tv-[pattern, 2 pr. 48<»4, 2 pair 150x84 ,1 LARGE SELECTION ENGLISH W ith skirt. 593-1909_deep *•". c ®?J #r Lwheeler bike, tovs. crxheted bed- T ,. Dn , ini ', F “oVnuggeT NECK- 

ri’J'iw Amono RodorRonge SnarargB M s4fc 

383L9512. , Lt* '«, Q ia $1.25 lb. grey cod , 307 GORGE RD. W. 386-6745 : battery, radio and record plaver. *■ — t iollv lumper, playtex nurser, [ 64 VAI_^ANT jMJTOMATIC yf^ ljSCd silc 171 «x 1 6’.. $75. Morninqs - 383-7817. __ 

— >__ __l ‘.Vi. ,i„„ ,«piT J - o7uu$n 1 RUMMAGE SALE 1 i^rness. Fisher Price crib Gym, $3$0. Mmk trimmed beaver lacxet avenlnas 452-21S6 ^ ".“ 1 "^ ,*,acu - d 

ling and rock cod fineti | pridgf WASHER. 1520 Z 77 - 0650 - -- I Farnwvid CornmuVitv Association. a u m new< condition. 478-8958. $153. classical 45 rpm records or u -- MOVING SALE. WjASHcR, 

3?a-rn. today. Tea m new conamon._ offer*. 478-6995 after 6 p.m. 9X1? SHAG RUG, GOLD S*5. dressers bed fireplace tools, rugs. 

-- “ ‘ -AL. Ifii r.lll iTfllv.Pfln 4.7 ADO intlS. Tcle- 


tronlc tuner equipped for mid-bend $225. 386-9438. 
channel* and with color sentry pic¬ 
ture control system - - - onhf 
at Butler Brothers, 1720 Douglas. 

333-6911_ l ___ 

SUPER CAR STEREO AND TAPE 
sale. New in idasn 8 track radio* 

$59.95; used tape decks $10 


GROncqORS. MEAT 
and PRODUCE 

FRESHFISH 

t j 81 k Bay 


..... - 50", $300 or best otter One Beil fir>oOU , clean. G.E. 3-speed wash- 7 ROLLS OF SHORT SHAG CAR. 

GARAGE SALE 1 end Howell movie outfit, camera. ^ s? oo each or best offer*, pet in antelope tan. I roll, <08.67 

Sat.,,Nov. 26, all day, 1886 Cultra (projector, etc. $200. 595-3621, eve- 385-9660 yds.. 1 roll 138.67 yds. Both at 

Ave.'652-3717. | nines. • —-—- -,&6.?5 per vd. Call Tom Corbett at 

POSTER'S WHEEL, $150; SEW- |u N U S U A L AND EXCITING, DISPLAY COUNTER 479 -9^57 after 5_479-/866. - 

Inq machine with wool solnner. Christmas gift Ideas, brass, cop- 8'x 4’ qlass and wood, offers, 1314 KIRBY COMPANY 

smalt oval coffee table, drop leaf par< china, primitives, furniture, Government St., .>88-9722. Has for sale. Kirby Classic ill 

oak table (needs refinishlng), $195; g | asswarc , # t c , r^ Barn An- , oniONr pn» a good pop vacuums. <335 each, upr'Sh ' 

r.tri g.r.«ir, »7i. Ph on, ;| q u.,, ,iW WMt. SMnkh M | ,JSfl.nt »®?f. PhorS! '' ,arr> "'''- 

NEW BLACK COAT, LARGE OP*" 2 da V» • k. __ 383-3757 mornings. IJ86-8/54. _ - 

mink collar, sin 16, $260; beige: J. R. PIPES ! GAR AGE-SALE^-SATURDAY* ! BEAUTIFUL FULL LENGTH SA- 

leather coat, $90; dresses, 14-18. Business Systems Rr, RA ,., n • 5 , p r-n isli Redtarn P h ire m nk side fur coat with mmk 

knitted wool suit. Phone New rental proaramme on hioh Wf- i?’*!: ooitgis 1534 R d ern ' collar, worn less than 12 time*, 
Uaeeri cooler* bv the dav or; many nem*. 1 . -- 


_ ! size 18-20. $850. 658-8926. 

»»■"» I M P^. E 322r5 E o, XM A S iLOCKTGAMGJf SAUt. X^N- 

FIREPLACE, $75. *«>7 a*:er 5:30 P.m._Glenview PI*'<oH Glen Lake 

PHILCO COLOUR T.V . 3 Rd). Saluroay. November Wh. 

, er bike, tovs. crocT 
< spread. After 5 595-7728. 

KEROSENE HEATER 


,,w.„ _ _ - VALIANT AUTOMATIC 

USED 26" ADMtRAL COLOUR 1 71.00, ling F r{Ji 3^**1 urday' and 'sTOVE , FRIDGE. WASHER, | >/u - — | Fernwood^Coh^mi^fv^Asfociatton, ^^newfcondltio^'^e-MsS. ° Vm ' $?5T ^classkaT J5 d rpm* r rec 6 rds 

TV. Top of thi line model. 4 yr*. $1.35. Open Friday, Saturday, ana . HIDE-A BED. IV. OVER SEARS KENMORE POWER [ 1394 Gladstone lO'Ta.m. today. Tea - -offers. 478-6995 after 6 p.m. --- --—- 

did. A-1 shapf 6 mos. warranty. , Sunday_•_ STUFFED CHAIR. 385-8385. Mate vacuum, complete, excellent! and coffee available. GARAGE SALE -SUNDAY 12-4 -with underlay. 364-2318 between 6-7; miscellaneous appliances. 

no ° 0 1 -- '»•* —— -wnt. tm uu — -— -_ ; Roll-away bed. hlghchair, xma*| m ilhcn cml siuvc, uil 

- <•<— 1 **■its and Keater, tank and stand. 100 amp 


ATLAS 
763 Fort St 


PREE POLLINATION OF YOUR | 388-6275 pager 732. 


condition, $100. 592-7811. 


(MUST SELL WALNUT 


385-2712 fruit, vegetable*, shrubs * nd , DORO 311 TELEPHONE ANS-. UNDER-COUHTER DISHWASH- ; room *ulte. Small kitchen apo1i-j muen mucn , 
- r .,Vn, holly, bv Babe's 3000 beehiv-s. | w#rino machine, photo electric e r. new, never Installed, a bargain I ances. Games, pillows, sleeping R P ad. 385-X71. 
COLOUR Many use Babe's Honey exdu-; a i arm system, brand new. Cali be- a t $250, phone 382-1881. I bags, other s mall articles. 656-4878. 


WE.'. NEED YOUR —r ---1 many use o»ut» nw«» ; rnirm svsiem. ut a< 

‘UWJ'LJ'Sli! Stlrww »■<• »2-nn 


Items cov* skates, bird ceges and Keater, tank and stand, 100 amp - 

muTh mwh 1197 TalmerlPanjl.^ slant board, hairdryer. * MUST SELL 


TV. working or not and we wilt ^t ’y^V local ^ jrocw 

^! V crV 0 onxi t 6 \5 «i V A| U p$ ttn a^ r $ f E^ ' ven, * f1M ' <* at Bab *'» 
TVFFS,? ER vour. containers, for 


. r 


___ ___ . Tele- 

P.m. 

_ TRACK! BARBIE TOYS. BIKES- 

siereo with stand -'0 gallon clothes, skates, etc. Also, heavy 
aquarium, complete. 477-3120. , Mediterranean wrought Iron dining 


VICE. M)0 Burnside W. 383-5432. 


SCOTCH MEAT SPECIALTIES 


'(vour containers, 

_- 658-8319. 

EXCELLENT choice Of USED 1 " & rn T i 
COLOR TV CONSOLES AND POR SC °' L AT~McC'OLLS 
oua'ranteed FR ^ufler* Brothers 1TM 1 Blech ^.ueldSJo^ 5-2«lVll puddinos. 

g£ a j. iH , »wir ro sco,cb 

IDEAL FAMILY GIFT. NEW l«T ,^*?yAMENT MEWS OROWN^^ AND COLD OyAL CTDE , ruT 

Zenith Cttromacolour Marc II with ste. 5->230 Menzles St. 382-1611 bra j d rug 8x j2. $ 45 . Arborlte dres- STRAIGHT 

nrefcnlne sjend. Wjrranfy^aki. -cOTEAU FARM- ‘ - ---- 

Here is why our apples are best- 
no chemical fertilizer, little spray- 


- --- - — - «, , | . _ . _ , . II^C- ticil, A»m 1 3UUO< >U'<< . LLft IIMIBIC. ->> . .VWUUti ■ onca-l "f ”” J ' 

I SHEEPSKIN CAR SEAT COVERS. £ US .J JJFLL, LIKE NEW AFOL- -- —iooo ELECTRIC r °° ni ilxttir< - ■ i77 -5* 22 -_ 

Itullv washable $35. Hurry. Stock to 10-speed, .sihple^bed. 8-trac.k ADLER SE t:i J000._fcLfc^.T^it -- ^ $lQ 

ip.mt, jBz-z/ij; atic» 3 , joj-ja/i. _________ each, Acme dress form $30; Silver 

„ wcu .. _. _ ____ I PORTABLE WASHER IN GOOD is CUBIC FTi GOLD V\ KINO|$£* # tOV». JwUdSi. * * 

-I^Yllng slock, track and table, iS ., DISHWASHER, STEREO AM-FM. j r . ARAGE calE, 1543 OAK PARK>$hape, 190; Peugeot 10-speed in fridge, frost free, 1 vear old. $350. * ec u, _ ciilT _ 

MOFFAT STOVE. EX IRCISE (592-3097 evenings. | 6x9 rug, wool with underfelt, , pi Qff Cedar Hill Cross Rd. Off I poor shape, will consider offers. 652-2361^__; FJVE% PIECE 

bike, double headboard j and frame^ i(AKiTcn pnA g—SET,! jaTweS* fl r * r * COrd pl8v * r ' | Synod. Salurda/ 10-4. Junqu*. CallJBMMT._fr CARVEL BOAT, $100 


CANOPY FOR A SHORTBOX ' CLOSED OUT SALE. TURKISH ! ,J|iy washable ' $35. Hurry. Stock - - —- . --- - 

Farm, in' FOR SALE, DISPLAY CASE, pick up truck, good condition, $175. , lamb cnats and jackets, tor nten 1 [jilted! Merino, Lower Com- stereo, size 16 leader coM. 9-5 lyoewr.ter, like new. 

bargains. • $150; punch press, *300; micro-1 385-3965._j •«<* Oresses. Suede skirts -, miroTAA.,,. Douglas and View St. |P.m«, M2-2713; after 5, 38^3272._ 595-2312._ 

* „,auA AuAn ti;fi jiii in jvrjiiAfli - ._ — 1 346-0:45. ! A ^cos5 from Eatons. 


-. - ___ _ «- _ 

nan oven 5470. all in ,Kallent! . pinpnAD N" GUAgT 1 3 “' ,MS - 

condition. (84^204. MODEL _ RAILR_qAD__N JjUAUC, - 


recuner, uurtiut kluiu m<««7«-, - , ■■ - - -- ... 

pairs drapes. 595-2243 after 6 o.m o°" 


i rixi nil; 145 ArDorne ores- a < n«<w« • CHAIR WALNUT |rebuilt occasional chairs, $45 to 

$500, 656-4281. _i any condition, 3S2-65M.-| EXERCiSE BIKE. $45. (BRAND 

POTTERY I RECORDS. HANK WILLIAMS, new) Gendron babv bugov. $30. 

Beautiful assortment of Medal.ta \ Wanda _ Jackson. Carl P*rkln*,' Ba by_walker, $7.50 .Floor polilher, 


2 rrystai E ^wood gilt, l enamelled,! At the Gvpsv Wagon in Market. t »»ain cpt qdad RACE SET i MOFFAT FULLY AUTOMATIC 
•ifTcondition. m pnone Square, 384-2514._18>vf 

'‘ 77 - AA81 'DIAMOND CLUSTER, ENGAGE-1 477-2141 • un,t) - Excellent condltjon... waa 


- | M E T A L SHELVING UN ITS. I sun Truck' 
rom $6; Jlnen, pots, oans, disne$ k ] wheel, -35. 


_ rt A f ■ $225, ' Kenmore dryer used three 
L "*. a!™,.. Ouonn we^er very 


AUTOMATIC 


477-6681. 


unit). Excellent condition. 
$750. Sell $275. 382-0761, 386-9983 


IS10, 479-1478. 


FOR SALE: AKAI STEREO AMP , |nq, no wax. Special prices on all 
AM-FM receiver and 2 Prolinear Macs and medium-size. We are 
speakers. One year old. Paid $375, always open. 304 Walton Place, off 

eskinq best offer. 38ST138 evenings i Oldfield Road. 658-5888._ 

onl v - ___ SAANICH ORCHARDS 

WANTED: STEREO RE i Off Stellvs Cross Road, 652-2009. 
celver, speakers. Turntable. Indi- |Our apples are kent In cold 
vidual pieces or complete systepi. storaqe to preserve that "fresh off 

Phone 592-0056. the tree" flavour. We re open dally > WOOL RUG, 9 X12 . ——j-- -• -—.— - -—— i t7 . ... W . T 

- - - - e 'from 8 a.m.-8 p.m. rubber ^i»ftl wooden folding i h 0 USEHOLD ITEMS FOR SALE. * 7 - 386-2067. 

w .ESTtNGHOySE 20"^PORTABLE ^ baim - Ak|rx UI| „ UPA ” chairs, s^ZjJmcK sack; 20 gauge ll74 Y ates Saturday and Monday. | K E N M O R F 


Beaumui assoriiiUrtit UT niBUBiiR 

pottery from Alberta. See Dennl*. elv | »< 9‘ c - 362-72 64. ■_ 

.1645 West Saanich Rd. 479-9660. COMIC COLLECTION FOR! SALE. V IKING FRIDGE. EXCELLENT 
1 HiMCTFB CAGES $10 FACH;‘Heros, Funny emmet* and weal- condition, $75; double stainless 

30 x 4 V^walnut desk, with arborlte j ern. 382-6494. _steel sink, and taps ,$40. Mfsc.. 

top. $50; 2 G78-15 studded snow PLUO r E s CE NT LIGHTS, 2165B-8947._ 

tires. $30. 479-1528 after 4:30._ tubes and 4 tubes, near new $10 

LADDER; ! each. 477-6473. 


STEAMER TRUNK, 50-60 YEARS ment ring, In sterling silver box . SPANISH BRICK — - — 

$& ofSl^oW^tS? 0 v.Sfll£ JSESlSTlIlW 425 '' ^ ^ cushion ftoor prlc*; « 2 x 12 'GOOD QUALITY 

nearly new, $8. 112-246-9328. 


PORTABLE SEWING MACHINE 
case and base with full foot com 
trot pedal; fits most portables. 
382-9845. _ 


GARAGE SALE, N 9 ON TO 


ACOUSTIC CEILING TILES, ONE 
FT SQ., Vi" thick; i boxes, 64 sq. 
ft. each, $60. 283-66/« 
COMPLETE WARDROBE 
steamer trunk for sale, $30. Phone 
386-1886. 


c61our TV set7 iust serviced, ex- GRAIN AND, MILK FED VEAL, ^'gun. ^-^i. 
csllent condition, M50. 388-7SM. 1 ....jfl ' — H 7r 1 


, rOTi'» «un~d. 'o,5in l«d~b.cl ,M — IsiNOER SEWING MACHINE.!dwr In ndrtKt snap., ol^H), 

T11 ^. taov Oeef »7c « pound, nalurallv : FREE STANDING FIREPLACE,, co osol», 8100. slov., 

C3 OR HAM. ASTATIC T-UG8^ -'raised, no drugs or chemicals. . arcelaln T coppertone, $75, Clean, — _ - F c pc □ 1 . 

D104 mike, u6. s k waves CB an Governman t Inspected. Cutting vonomatic chemical toilet $5°. NEj W^ ^^. nFngs M2-6841 LES " ER n “ 


of'F*! Friday «nd Saturday. 3«« Olvrnolc: - T noi c RF 

; View Drive. Kenmora soft heat UTtLITY TRAILER, TOOLS. RE 
WASHER AND I dryer. Call 47»wS763. diner, couch end cha,r 


Phone 


and wrapping included. 478-4457. 


tenne, SM-^ 77 ! 74 ' 2 - 
ONE YEAR OLD 20" BLACK puRE CLOVER HONEY. 69C A 
and White Sanyo. Good condition. It3 _ s | bs# anC ) over . under 75c lb. 

»c... «m,« ju. t _[save by bringing oWn container. 

TNTERNA- ! Our $1.25 Honey Bears, are Ideal, 
- ■ ■ healthful stocking stutter- 
west Saanich Rd., 479-9660. 


Phone 382-1443 after 5. 


ttona| T rEnq R and RA stereo ' Warfedale , 1 ]* al ^i ul 'fock'lng _s’u.ffw'*- 4649 
Leak as new. 658-5226. u, “ e4 c “* 


OUAL TURNTABLE, SONY RE- g£yER8IMENT INSPECT ED 


ceiver, 2 speakers, excellent condl- 

t ion, 592-03 50.__ 

*3" ELECTROHOME COLOR TV, 
dark wood cabinet. 592-1804. 

26" COLOUR RCAA TV, $3S0 
383-2475. 


LARGE JBL SPEAKER, GOOD 
for band or large stereo. 382-12S5. 


with remote. $400. Cell 478-5763. 


beef, pork and veal, by side or 
quarter cut or uncut, also suckling 
pigs for barbecue. Birch Meats, 
479-3021. _ 


SUNHILL ORCHARDS 
r 563 Old West Saanich Road, 
652-4116. Freshly picked Golden 
Delicious apples, Special prices on 
tA ats, Spartans, and juice apples._ 

“The world's best ap-ple’s 

Only 15c, 18c. 20c and ?!c oer lb. 
OLDFIELD ORCHARD' 

6286 Oldfield Rd., 652-1010 


.. CU. FT. DEEPFREEZE, 
needs slight work, $100 or offers, 

JK9'J.SMnSf'gKSt 1 y»nfIrtH 2 A JAg?«m. «t5-a{*a?^ A * tT ' WATER - PERMA PRESSURE 

new. no reasonable offer refused, | 0STER ELECTRIC JUICER, $14. 

5 98-4686. ____I 477-0650. 

NEW SKI BOOTS. SIZE 12. $20. HALF INCH DRILL PRESS, B 
Volkswagen block heater, $9. and p gpp r .p.m ., $75. 383-7893. 

NEW'GIRL'S S-SPcED BICYCLE. 

Portable stereo, record player. 

477-7618. 


Browntone shag. 385-4186. 


SUNBEAM VACUUM AND BAG, 

man's 2 suitcases. Rose rocker 
382-6552.; 


HIDE-A BED AND DOUBLE BED 
in good condition, 477-8448. 


16X24 PLATE M I R R ORS 
finished edgxs, slight flews, $1.50 
each. 478-2315. 


GARAGE SALE. BICYCLE, ETC., 
9U St. Charles. 12-6 p.m., Sunday. 
Don. _ 


AR TURNTABLE, PIONEER 12D _ . 

turntable, reasonable. 384-3595. CRISP AND CRUNCHY MAC rut _ L _____ 

COLOR TY, W. EXCELLENT 'rto>N 8»Fl;i, M lb. Si.00 or »c .nfl Mt, Mid condition. Flu 18. 
working condition. 477-5357. Ib - 4449 **!? Saan.ch no. sn 9660. ,656-4542. 


FULL LENGTH MUSKRAT COAT 


BLACK HUDSON SEAL COAT, 
size 16, fingertip length, 385-5009. 

BASEMENT SALE. «2 8 CAREY IcJirUtmaT 39$G94o! 
Rd. Saturdav. 9 a.m.-12 noon. ! 


__ STRAIGHT 

sewing machine In wooden cabinet, 

, $75. 382-6436. 

1*^ ! 6 FT FIREPLACE WITH AR* 

cn,lr. - 

P Qj tery SALE 1 --- i --- 

Saturday and Sunday, 10 a.m - 5 BEAVER COAT MINK COLLAR 
p.m., 1575 Clawthorpe $275. Squirrel locket $35. Size. 

--- -- 1 14-16. Good condition. 384-1751. 

VIKING AUTOMATIC WASHER — —___ c . _ 

:,pin dryer, good condition. $125. TWO SINGL: BEDS. SPREADS, 
- - y^.. __ 650-8357. Loot tars wheel, 2 - quart rock turn- 

put F C e?foIma?ce L °l , 5 E 5' Oak Bay J MAYTAG WRINGER WASHER, - 0R SALE, 1 CYCL06 0IL FJJR- L ' ler -- _ 

Avenue. Priced from $39. ( 11-5 new condition, $75. or nearest nac#/ W jt rt above-ground tank and HOOVE R WASHER SP]N 
p.m. closed Mondays)._ offer. 478-6326.__ a i| ductwork, $153. 479-7033. _ dryer. apartment size, $.5. 

NEW HANDMADE INDIAN i HEAVY PAPER ROUTE CARR I- c ^aI Y HIDF-A-BED, GOOD CON- 1 —- 3 —---— ___ , 

sweater, men's size 42-44. 385-7173. er, 2 snow tires on rims, 4 tires, dif | 0n , sl£ o. silver Tone 21" televl -1 VIKING WHITE TOP LOADING 
j 85 _ | fair condition, 78x14. 479-6191. _ ( sion 6et, $25. 47B-5374. disnwasher good workinq order, 

‘ 7' X $' OVERHEAD ALUM^NUmL^N^ SA l E ; FURNITURE. *”' *-—---.1 “- 

T” '° PB On * I ;|f l fr "4, G " r *”’ S h * d - ^ UJ s V 4r. P fK"™ 

MJP 'Mr. SB'S, X EL co V | —3 'tRU-SkTpORBALC. 1 -rroVEr ,k« g 

lar, 388-6097. _ —— -——————— winter coat, mink collar size 16-18. 


KNIT-KING KNITTING MACHINE 
/ith rlbber, $250; chesterfield and 


Call 595-0772. _____ I BAR, GIRL S SKATES. FRIDGE, 

TWO LARGE OIEFENBACH1A* vanft'v mlsc 47%«80 B *' * Wl 
olants. 7enilh rolored TV cheao. I v * n| tY> m |,c . 4//-YWO._, 


NEW MAGNAVOX 
game, $45. 383-6366. 


TV 


wTneS 2 ATLAS TIRES ON WHEELS, 
VIDEO i cushlonalre. belted, whitewall. 
670x14, pair $25. 384-6449. 


ACORN FIREPLACE NEAR NEW fwi N TUB WASHER, EX- 

condition, $125. 385-0128. __, cellent condition. Jure iulcer end 

OLDER WASHER AND DRYER, | binder. .(/,-3215. - 

$95 the pair. 386-1778 after^4._.SOLVE YOUR STAIR PROBLEM. 

iw*—GENDRON^BUGGY, •»- [5S5&p! r SWST5WSaS^“: 


GREY PERSfAN LAMB COAT (SKIIS 198 CM, BOOTS'9>J», ROOF A | 50 other ceramics, 478-6108.’ 
with mink collar, automatic wash- rack, all tor ^nbeam iulcer. 


er, in workinq order, $5 0 . 477-9466. 

REAL FUN FUR COAT, 
muskrat with wolf trim, Ilk* new, 
-lady'* size 10. 595-4801. 


<75; eltctrlc blan k et, $ 29. 477-00 29. 

EUROPEAN HEALTH SPA MEM- 
bership, 5 year, available now. 
384-9007. 


CRIB BUGGY, LADY'S SKIS, (STUDENT DESK AND WOOD 
poles'and boots. Slim Gym, all in chair to match, S 7 S. Af the Gypsy 
good condition. 304-8407. , Wagon In Market Squ are, 38 4-2514. 


JB^vsS'^SJS^lEa £8*«S5:i:jar vWASHE *' 


COLOUR TV, $120. 


Solid, solid, solid, $35. 652-5763. 
COWICHAN INDIAN SWEATER. 


-----. _ . W ILrlrtlF irVL/lfl'iT 

POTATOES. CABBAGE. CAR- lil# 34 . 36 , new. 595-6885. 
rots. 7210 Wallace Dr.. 12-5 p.m.I r , --- 


SANSUI TAPE DECK CASSETTE, 
$175. 598-44S8. 


tween 10 and 5, 383-7697 

&ING WATCftfteD *200, HOOKED 
carpet $50. electric broom ** 


BLACK PERSIAN 
•4 lenoth, size 16. 5 


LAMB COAT, MUSKRAT JACKET. SIZE 


59S-5925._ 

$125 


fox fur hat. roll-away cot. 477-4812. 


OR'FUR COAT, FULL LENGTH. =X 
! cellent condition, $85. 595-7582. 


BRAND NEW NEVER USED 
FIRE SCREfN, $40, EXCELLENT 1 oiymoia portable typewriter. Re- 

conditlon.JO" siove^$40 . 652-3700. .tails SJI9j«ll $8 S. 384-2 008._ 

CHILD S TABLE AND CHAIR ( WINDOW 5'X4' HIGH, MEfAL, 
sets, also doll cradles. 383-0422. double alazed. wood frame with 

250 AMPT“PORTABLE "WELOER, $ 4 5. 652-1030.- 

excellent condition. 478-58C2. CHAIRS, OIL AND WOOD BURN- 

-,*«,%-iwri-Irret ' ,n '3 stoves, furniture, construcl.on 

S5M «8 so:; or 5«-3*» ! <■?'••. 7,6 H»'i»“rton Rd. 

12-CHORD ORCANA ORSAN. BE- «< p0 ° 1 - n 7A ? s L c |- J5Jj 0 ,? r ^ TS pS r F . 
Sinner, .l a. Blip. 3W-M 0._ S{R , ,7o.w't" 515 F7ASS80 


TWO 9X1? RUGS, LIKE NEW. 
Call 383-3482 evenings. 


CANADIAN SPRUCE CHRISTAAAS 
tree, also silver tree. 592-7348^_ 


GOHYSTBRy' ^FM FTHADl.|gg_ --l ?nd uTO^d cn.TsUiag-' S T' cuffacV 

( r'dkihaW/Ligi ' a gFBs 1 ^ al »JPW «•<* IISSSk" 40 'S!SSUTJL^ 5 m.' , t ^I8WS£SIST 


_ PERSIAN LAMB FUR COAT. -rp A |i_ F o, TENT OR UTILITY 
TELEPHONES, OAK WALL AND long, size 16. 478-4340. <turriv. 6' box, good condition, 

c.ndl W flcl».jMm__^ | 8Agy BUOOY .7 .jSTW_ 

SEWING i ca n ent condition, $40. 388-9602 I DISPLAY MANNEQUINS, EX 

......,--i cellent condition, I whole tody. 2 

BLACK ACORN ^REPLACE. ; CARPETS, EXCELLENT CONDI-, upper torsos, offers. 652-1595. 
prat^and pipe°$100. 478-2207 L ‘ion. Private parly, 6S;-581? |VQRY R05 EWOOD CHESS SET. 

TwHTcTn 5 CRADLE AND NEAR NEW CAR TAPE DECK, hand carved, chines# figures $50. 
drapes for sale. 382-1546. Please ohone 383-3757 mornings. 652-4190. 











































































































































































M 

100 


Daily Colomot Victoria. B.C., Saturday, Nov. 21 6 , 1977 


MISCELLANKOl S 
FOR SALE 


SPEED QUEEN 

Surplus 1976 model dryers to clear, I 
$268.88. ACTIVE FURNITURE 
CSTRIBUTORS, S66A David I 
Street. 382-827*. 


BUILT-IN DISHWASHER . - 

LEVEL WASH ACTION? GIANT ■ 
CAPACITY . . .porcelain tub, back-, 
washing Alter . . . now only $499 
same style In a portable modal! 
$5*9. Butler Brothers, 1720 Doug¬ 
las. 38M911. _ 

FOR SALE 

Wholesale fir and Scotch pins 



AUCTIONS 

Tuesday — 7 p.m. 
Friday - 1:30 p.m. 
APPRAISALS 
For All Purpose 
386-3308 


Christmas trees. Minimum selling THE SALVATION ARMY 


lot, ...... - 

at tree farm In - - , 

will deliver. Discounts given to furniture and household 
charitable organizations. •*’ „ Ho , t hpi , n 

112 - 754 - 6606 , 24 hours. __| goods. Help us to neip 

— 7 ,-_ ~ , !others." Family Thrift 

Slate Pool I ODleS Stores. Victoria, Sidney and 

RSTtSSK! sr.SS!£ SSISIii' For pickup - 

games. 2 Dart cues, accessories , 3 ^ 3290 . 

Call Aeo Enterprises Ltd. 3844213 


j 117 ARTS and ANTIQUES 123 PETi and SUPPLIES ! 150 CARS HOB SALE 

L J PIECE MATCHED SOLID OAK FREE TO LOVING PAMILY ON I 
i dining suite, table, 4 chairs, buffet, term or ranch 1-year-old black | 

«-i99.95, Larger 6 piece Jacobian 1 Shepherd Malamute cross male 
1 1 wist dining suite, S69R.95. Superb'dOQ. Must have olenty of room to 
Mkwardrobe $I49>5 Tv ctortama- run and lots of love and attoniion. 

•hosjanv, rO fnimIss V5 |ong 0r settee. Very good with children and ex 
,,V*s 4 Piece iug and basin set ceHent watchdog. Only serious per- • 
js9.95,’ Financing available O.A.C •°"*' n,,r ** , ad'n add^P* 

Open 7 days and n.ghts, 15 mins member^ to_ their family need 

| from town. 10 from Woolco ygel appiy. 5W-S4IS. __ . 

1 Goidstrta m, Pate's P l ace 478 -^00. 

I VERY OLD COUNTRY LOUIS ™ ,a ?J IOf 

j XVI, hand carved dining table and | ' SIDNEY 

I» chairs,. In solid oak, 8650. 9i0 j sm s » re *i all breed dog I 
| 3A2-6010. |grooming end SOPPlIles. 656-4732. ) 

THREE VERY LARGE OLD ! 856-3259. _1 

1 ceaufltul colored stained glass, TROPICAL FINS 

leaded windows. 395-3742. an( j FOLIAGE 

CANOPIED BRASS BED, 1 ? 71 * Quadra 
“ “ of Paari Insats, 384-9803, I 
L_ 

MUST SELL IMMEDIATELY 
Wind up Gramophone In excellent 
1 . 595-4768. • , 


»V> f ARS f oil BALE 



cznzzD 




. __ 385 '000 

SALT and FRESH water fish 
AQUARIUM SYSTEMS 
Open 7 Days e Week 


SHETLAND SHEEPDOG PUP 
pies, "mini Lassies". CKC regis 

* -•* -■- - * - -. *\A/-v. ... 


9 a.am.-4:30 p:m. Monday-Friday. 


Cash —- For used Guns 




CHAINSAWS 
Homelite McCulloch 

SALES—PAR TS-RE PAIRS 
KEN PRASING EQUIPMENT 

4/1-9313_534 GoJostream Ave. 

NEAR NEW COLONIAL FLOWER 1307 BROAD 

design, white with r *d roses. 9x12 REQUIRED r _ 

for living room, 1 seme Rjabove By English gentleman for his own j 
for dlnino room. 8x8, uhderlavs s T e g00d qua iify household fur- rinnvv vi ;imm IKS 

included. J300 ..value,, seM both ^° r ' mshinqs. ,^ d bI1s and pieces. 120 GARDEN M 11 LIES 
- . "'Ml. V large quantity. Also- 


condition. 

SPECIAL CHRISTMAS GIFTS? I and~“'inn(Xulat^' SebTe' American 
Visit The Blue Urn, 1133 Fort St. champion and tricolor stud ser 
near Cook St. _ vice, 743-5 268._._ 

TAPESTRIES, TEXTILES, RE- . SEKiEPou* 

pairing, restorlna faded colors, p . u [ t ^f£. l ®!E , ?*L 

mounting. 477-3924. P'ts. black and tan. Wormed, far 

_ -- ~-| toed, immuniied and registered. 

VICTORIAN SIDE BOADD. EX-1 Call 743-9447. 
cellant condition, 100 years old, 

$275, 385-2588. 


BONNY BEAGLE PUPS. C.K C , 

_____. rey. Tattooed- wormed and shots.; 

EARLY CANADIANA SETTEE [Deposit will hold tor Xmas. Show 
Immaculate condition. Asking $750 and pet Quality- Comelvs Caw- 
or otters, 382-1930 or 388-7555. »enay 112-238-6950. 


ANTIQUE ROLL TOP DESK. BORDER COLLIE. SMELT IE 
1 solid oak, good condition. W50. puppies, bredjfrom •Mclldnt work- 
652-2966. ing stock. Reasonable to approved 

M “ v#0 * country t<omes._. Will — 


McCallum Motors Ltd. 

FRESH 

TRADES 

FOR 

VIEWING 


*£*!£■. 6" CHINESE JADE PIECE (QF 
Cardinal), otters. 384-0266. _ 


^rr«trw5idT^mT.rpet. 

9X12. $50. 474-17 09._jw»hei 

TYiyo and 24" r« 

. Please phone 

Learning aids, educationalgames, 1 — — -rrj=~ 

marionettes, and puppats. Creative BASEMENT 


mqe. harvest gold. 
595-7319. Thank-you. 


pret- —. 

, urn-glass greenhouses, mainte- 
_ 1 nance free, lifetime construction. 

crM,i, ‘ 4 „,ssstmt sr& yt 

,0VS PRIMARY^LAYTHINGS I stools, ladies' »lf elute. violins.: J 0 ** Hutchinson Ave., 

me Broad^treet 38*-2936, cullers, 15mm prolector, Sundry ■ of Pbont 385-2841. _ 

— —- - — - 1 fovs and games,. All in good ^‘ replace THAT RUSTY OLD IN- 

DON'T MISS oltl oo. 477-2933, 1920 High Park PI. g^riftfwlth . fresh, empty 44. 

1 4VVIJU. , k i. | 7 uai 11 cDccnniiEEM ircM.Igallon 


iKTllIkum' Driv. l‘”« I Y .VA*ERS ,?ANTt'D ALL IJu LIO.,JlOS DooolU, 3«40«7 : __ 

- KE^GEWCRi. ‘iTi'ioW 5KJ™«- JffirSStt MB- 

BC. ALUMINUM 4M - 8M ‘ 


"THE NAME YOU KNOW 
<•' CONTINUOUS GUTTERS 
STORM WINDOWS 
DOOR CANOPIES 479-71 


HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR 
jail your household Items. Univer-! 
sal Trading Centre, 584 Johnson 
, i St., 383-9512. 


-- ,, . , n riaccci ki/~ W AN leu. nCrnlUCnAlwAO, 

FOR SALE, HAIR DRESSING ^ rMwrs vvashers. dryers, vacu- 

equipmant. 2 dnfer chalrs, 3 mlr- -- - - 

rors. othtr things, too. 


SAANWOOD FARMS LTD. 

Cow manure, 652-2026 or 652-1743. 


WANTED: REFRIGERATORS. Nc Sunday cills. Please. 


388-9711 ums ’ Phoenlx APP'I* 0 *:* Rpoalr 

oavtlme, 386-9645 after 6 p.m. i - 

1 ™-ennBFSS D0N ' T THROW YOUR OLD BICY- , 

200 NA J£ E _. :cl«s or household items away.; 

labels $2.50. PI«»m "VEw He| P * n unemployed, married 
with order. Poo u '« r , A Pr8SS< 5r,#w * man. Call anytime. 3830802. 
nl 0 .n W0_.- WAN -TEDT -A P PROX:- K - YiiDS 


PENDRAY FARMS LTD. 

6 yards cow manure, delivered, 
$42. 477-1519.__ 


Flowing, Rotovattng 
und Cultivating 


34“ *-^ADEO GLASS --;-' soTd^ur. AI«T«d’. | °° N ' S TR ' CT0 !' $E -«VICE 

doors, cylinder records, 01 a w . # i ef: } r i C tvnewriter, aporox. 


477-3913 


hold 


THE DOUBT 
IS OUT 

WHEN YOU BUY 
o USED CAR from 

<'■" v 

O 

K TL f r _i-yjh # ? t*"£' 

VICTORIA 
DO DOE 
CHRYSLER 

I_ OX YATES 

30-DAY 100^ 

. POWEiR TRAIN 
WARRANTY 
ON OUR USED CARS 
(.1972 and NEWER! 

1976 FURY Sports Wagon.; 
power steering, power , 
brakes. power windows,; 


130 CARS FOB SALE 


CARS FOR SALE 



, M -T - . , 76 PLYMOUTH rffwr 

woodgrain finished in ver- FURY 2 dr . ht auto. Fun power! 4 door - 

$4495! pOW eT 


137 


C hristmes. 656-6326._ 

>0 WEEK OLD MALE POME RAN-; G9 Chevelle MaUbu 
ian for sale $85. it has shots and 1 
has bean wormtd. Phone 642-5192 <6 Gievy van 

•JlrjL _ 76 Datsur B210 4 dr. AT 

REGISTERED GERMAN SHEP- 7fi ranvwH - van 

herd puppies end registered Pern- 1 '- ne ' Lan»i»er van million red with matching Vinyl roof 

broke W^«b Corgi ouooi.L 744-7939.1 71 Valiant Duster 340, 4 spd. ; , 

-, 76 Vo!are Premior I uttenor. A RtAL BLAUTT. | 

76 Camaro oouiie 
75 Volvo 164 AT . 

77 Datsun long box PU 

74 Mustang n 

75 Cu vette Stingray 

76 Volkswagen Rabbit 

74 Volvo 164 

75 Volvo 245 / 


TOYOTA 


78TOYOTAS 
ARE HERE 
NOW 

Top Allowances for 
clean low-mileage 
trades. 

USED CARS 

77 COMET 


150 CARS FOR SALE 


SPECIALS 

74 Cutlass Supreme 

4 door, V-8, automatic, 
power steeling, power 
brakes, radio, blue in color, j 
a great buy at 

$2,995 

70 Buick Riviera 

2 door, V-8, automatic. 

| p o w e r steering, power 
I brakes, power windows. 

; radio. The last year of a 
' very popular style. 

$2,895 - 



CMMKXIT TUCKS 

Sak./ServK. VU-VTJl 


CHECK OUR 

Premium Trades 

AND SAVE 


\\\ 


69 Buick 
Sportswagon 


( HICKS, POULTRY 
HATCHING EGGS 


LAYING PULLETS AND HENS, 
mixed breeds. Phone 656-5352. 


BOILING FOWL 
Phone 477-0957. 


FOR SALE. 


ItS LIVESTOCK SUPPLIES 
and EVENTS i 


I! V 


14888 c 

11975 VAUANT^J-flr Sod., 
power steering, automatic. 

' radio. Finished in fight gold 
j with tan interior. SHARP. 

I SHARP CAR. $3688 


75 COROLLA 


! brakes. 


V-8, 
steering, 
radio, outs 


years old, blue roen with paper*, m Volvo 144 
'•Comanche," 15.1 hh, 8 years old, l° lvo m 

dark bey with white soots, no jo Datsun 710 S W. 
i. Set 


papers 

bie trail horses .._ 

any rider. Priced reasonably at 
$400 each. One set complete west¬ 
ern tacK Including Slmco saddle *o 
fit either horse, $150. Can hold and 
deliver tor Christmas. Also boed 
available for one horse in fan¬ 
tastic trail riding area. 428-3023. 


doors, cylinder records, oia w« Sd,"'eTe’ctric'" typewriter, 'approx. 

lol.thon., wringer wainer. olsol>v . 5 ^ 2 ,,. » IO w cu, orase anil . ..— 

3 ^TT77«5Tir _ nFTi-™ OLD NEWSPAPERS AND PHONE brv.n aiK>, loading ana bauHno. *?' wi”h-S?«S 

K »3.,*X4.7.s.W : f»«!t IfSSKS Jit j* rt i..*sas 

O' "“"'"O -I 1 24SSVS«w' t J&- r WrtS«| n n r i n m°. N on“‘ ^ 87 CoU * ar 


dltion, $50. Rowing boat < 
«25. 595-3596 


GARAGE SALE SAT 10 TO 2. 
Refrigerator, pool table, household 
effects, mlsc. 1014 Sluggett, Brent¬ 
wood Bay.___ 


SAFETY INFANT CAR SEAT AS 
raw, $27; pair 775 x 14 snow tires, 
$10; lawn edger, $4. Wanted: din¬ 
ing chairs. 385-2820. 


Englisl 

____ __ sssful 

Grass or brush "mowing', rotovaf- j SJ2S® V^Sion^ 
r- ing. leading, haul'ng, lot cleanup, i Pledger 478-ai20_ 


rtglCi\riSSS|« P>nto S.W.. AT 

69 Cortina 2 dr., 4 spd. 
76 Volare S.W. 

74 Astre AT 

70 Hornet 6 cyl., AT 

75 Toyota Corolla S.W. 
75 Mat 128 
68 Ford Falcon AT 
75 Volkswagen Rabbit 

71 Datsun 510 AT 


72 COROLLA 

2 door, 4 spaed $1893 


WEE WILLIE WINKIE IS FOR 
sale. Arab-Welsh qrey gelding, 13.3 
hands. Wall experienced, 


$ CASH $ , --- - 

Books, comics, magazines. Snow- mg. loading, haul ng, lot cleanup. 

den s Book Store. 619 Johnson St., ; -... 0i00 

383,8131. | 3S0-8198 

FOA~l*n VW WESTPHALIA,! 

tow hitch front mount for spare i V ard cleanup, nancyman repairs. 
wheals, studded snow tires on „ „ , . nil 

rims, size S';JxU. 598 - 7624 . Topnoil, Rock* and Fill 


JOHN MacNUTT 
TRUCKING 

Sawdust shavings and hog fuel. 
479-6560 , 479-1908. 


DRAFTING MACHINE, BAND OR I SCREENED TOPSOIL 


COMPLETE SET OF DISHES; ( a ean type with or without board 
Silver chest; Macrame curtain for 1 4 79-5580. 
cathedra I entrance window. 

477-9777. _. 


] LIONEL TRAINS AND ACCES- 
1 sorles wanted. 478-8206 day or ave- 


SINGER GOLDEN TOUCH AND| n infl. 

jES. C %8Chmtn* •Sd V dljS.' i ! WANTED: TOT'S SKATES, SIZE 

sturdy kitchen ch airs. 652-1842. 6. brown. 656-1561. _ 

MICROWAVE OVEN PING PONG TABLE WANTED, 

Lirfon McLarv 1.2 cubic feat Mlnu- 6 52-2384. _ 

temastar Vari Cook oven control. 

Model YUC 24352. $375 . 383-7278. } l0g MISCELLANOUS 

GE WRINGER WASHING AAA- jq RtXT 

china. 24” electric stove, $50 each, , , • __ 

502-1518. _ | SAWYER SEWING CENTRE 


MUST SELL BY SATURDAY 
WITH 26th; Registered grey^ Thorough¬ 


bred gelding, 16 hands hicti, . 
yaars^ld, schooled, $600. 652-3383 
after 6 p.m. _ 


sand and manure — .... 

Minimum Delivery 6 C.Y. 

Garden Sand $3 C.Y. 

Plus Delivery 

Sand — Pill 
Road Gravel 
Drain Rock 

Crushed Rode ... 

Sa'k Molch - Cogr— Jjyyp u YEAR OLD REGISTERED 
Bark Mulch— Fine M -1VS jouartar horse, gelding, buckskin, 

E. NIXON LTD. I is.2 HH, western troke, $550 

SjgUMliljr^E.- 

or 479-2995 REGISTERED THOROUGHBRED -382*ol22 


EXCELLENT QUALITY HAY, 
first and second cut. Some deli¬ 
very available, AAeadowbrook 
Farm, Cowlchan Station. 748-0030- 


Nights 


100 POINT 
BCAA 
INSPECTED 


1974 DART Swinger 2-dr ht.. 
auto, power steering, dark 
I brown with matching in- 
i terior. 53688 

1 1973 FORD Ranchero Squire 
V-8. automatic, radio, power j 
'steering and brakes. NOT 
MANY OF THESE 
I AROUND. S3688; 

1972 CHRYSLER Newport 
4-dr ht., V-8 auto, power 
steering, brakes, radio. Sea! 
blue with blue interior. 
•THIS WEEK’S FEA-1 
TURED CAR” $2288 j ‘ 


LTD 

2040 Cadbcro Bay Road 
at Fort and Foul Ba/ 
Dealer Licence D01751A 

592-MI 



TOYOTA 


MADSEN 


MOTORS LTD. 

2691 Sooke Rd. (Glen Lake) 
471-5011 


$1,395 

PLUS 

77 Ford 4x4 Pickup 
77 Dodge Motorhome 
77 Monza Spyder 
77 Cadillac Biarritz 
77 Mercury Monarch 
76 Cadillac Convertible 
76 Cougar XR7 
76 Ford Motorhome 
76 Volare Wagon 
76 Chrysler Cordoba 
76 Datsun 280Z 
75 Dodge pickup 
! 75 Beetle 
I 74 Maverick 4 door 
74 Ford ** ton pickup 
I 74 Comet. 6. auto. 

I 74 Datsun B210 auto. 

' 74 Pontiac Ventura 
1 74 Datsun 610 Wagon 
j 73 Pontiac Astre 
73 Volvo 164E loaded 


77 Corvette 

Otter* 

74 Corvette 4-spd 

Offers 

76 Mark IV. loaded 

Offers 

73 Monte Carlo 

Offers 

74 Malibu Htp 

Offers 

74 Le Mans 

Offers 

75 Explorer 230 

Offers 

?2 Maverick 

Offers 

72 Ford Van 

Offers 

76 Nova 

Offers 

77 Cadillac 

Offers 

72 Toronado 

Offers 

76 Qievelle 

Offer* 

77 Camaro (3 to 


choose from) 

Offers 

76 Seville 

Offers 


IN 


KCUIDICKCU i nvnvvv - 

caibcici n 1 M hh - O«lcllr> 0 . offers. 10 hh.. 
FAIRFIELD. i p a]8rn ino pony with tack, offers 
656-5229. 


DOWNTOWN 

1101 YATES AT COOK 

Dir. Loc. 0085A 


d* i□ ( RATTFRY OPERATED 1 RENT TO OWN 
c:ccks and oTant stands Ideal ... Industrial sawing machine' 
Christmas gifts. 386-1677. 


640 FORT 


BABY'S CAR SEAT, BLUE 1 13 
green pottery base table lamp 

386-1638. 


SWAPS 


°2I25h!™. an0 125 PET* and SUPPLIES CHRISTMAS IS COMING. CHAPS, _ 

nl,tl "r,~--- vast and saddles for sale, saddle. ,-o n7 ,| 

388 6228, LOVE FOR SALE blanket and all tack repairs. 4<8-1741 

Irish Setters, puppies, it »nd I 384-7238. 


_! 1970 VOLVO SEDAN, AUTOMAT- 

rscPD epepyc oa t CUBIC 1 ic, radio, 67J100 miles. Excellent 
new mi nr condition. Plus casn for Volvo sta 
foot capacity, good as new. $250 or fion ^agon ig/o-71-72, in compara- 
‘Sf Offer. 595-6687. I t le condition. 479-2933. 


j mature dogs. Champion ’bfeod’ lines | ^ _ 

— shoA and pat stock. 656-4403. jGREENBELT 


nearest offer. 595-6687. 


(fiyii 1 “ FORD 18' VAN, HYDRAULIC 

Wind up Gramophone in excellent ( y,g 5-speed, value, S4.500. 

Trade for down payment on reve- 


condition. 595-4768. 


SUPER SPECIAL - FRESHLY "ue Pfoperty. or boat of eoual 

emptied 4$ gallon oak Whiskey ; value- 384-1339. __ 

Barrels. $15, 383-1328. ___ FULLY EQUIPPED 22' K & C 


_ STABLES HAS 

.three stalls vacant, riding ring. 40 
REGISTERED STAN- acres of pasture, and trails 

Show or pet. nearby. 656-5229. 
after. 


QUALITY _ 

dard poodle pups. .. 

Call Williams Lake 392-6403 
6:30 p.m. 


2 Vt YEAR OLD FEMALE ST. 652-2345. 

Barnard purebred, papers,-- 

watch dog, not good with cl 
$50. 477-7015. __ 


I WESTERN SADDLE, 

cellant • condition, $750 


SAANWOOD FARMS 
Hay, 652-2026 or 652-1743. No Sun¬ 
day calls please. 


COLWOOD 

1856 Island Highway 

Dir. Lie. D-085C 


1968 CAMARA 2-dr, V-8 
auto, power steering and I 
brakes. Light green with! 
matching interior. THIS 

WON’T LAST LONG. November specials I r) Rpptle 

$1988 74 BOBCAT 3 dr. 4 end 4 $2495 - 

74 amc Gramim l auto $2195 72 VW Wagon, auto. 

72 TOYOTA 2 dr., 4 and 4 $1299 -—o *> 4 inn nirktll) 

71 TORDNADO 2 dr., leaded $3i95 ** T orcl " A lon P ,l - KU l , 

1 69 OLDS 2 dr., 442, air $21951 69 Ford Torino 
j 76 FORD Vi ton, 6 stnd., 2500 mi. I 69 Ford Ranchero 

I 74 FORD Vj ton, 6 auto $3995 1 Ford 

; 75 FORD V.i ton c and c $4695 68 Cougar XR« 

74 DODGE Max. Van, V-8 sttui^ ^ Mercedes diesel 

71 FORD Van, V-8, stnd. $2995 

72 FORD Vj ton. V-8, auto $2395 

’ 72 RANCHERO V-8. auto $2855 

. $1495 


Police Cars 

1975 FORD 
TORI NOS 

3 to choose from 


PLIMLEY 


6 stnd. $ 895 j 

MANY MORE TO CHOOSE FROM 
Dealer Lie. 0O569A 478-5011 ' 

j—12 month extended power tinrT cAnmnrr ! 
: train warranty available. MUbI bACKIFICE 


BIG TRADES 
ON ALL NEW 


,. troar, - - -- —!- 

ufacturere’ specifications r *X m fn5 SCIROCOOS 

on all used cars at no cost has recent repair bills for $ 600 . Due PORSCHES 
to uniortunate change of circum- .,^rx^ 
stances must sail immediately for AUDLIS 
$1,550 or closest otter. Phon« 

478-6849 to view. 


Oiwer 

natic 


REFRIGERATOR (hardtop inboard-outboard, low | p'Knn* ai*a7»o 

He/: Admiral 10 cu. ft. gold. Build- Mvminl 

ers excess S275. 595-1210. 17 t^a'*«r as down payment 


Sorlnaar Sortie? S years old. very HAY AND STRAW FOR SALE. 

gw^.a^ftaltk^a P1eZ2 j Ort ! r '" % F,rm 


NEW. NEVER USED, CEILING, 
fan. 48" span, 2 speeds, best offer. 
642-3302. 


16' BOAT, MOTOR AND TRAIL- 
, er for cartopper and motor. House 

_ _1 trailer, twin bads. Dodge wheels. 

KROEHLER LOVESEAT. GREEN | Wha t Offe rs. 384-8371._ „ 

** brown.. •«? |, ent „ condition. | ^ c V W E~l1T BEAVER 


er 17'-20* trailer as down payment. pi>PPIES— BOSTON TERRIERS,’FOR HOT OR COLD SHOEING 
one Pekingese. Japanese Chins, phone Barry Allan, 478-5278 any- 

two Poms, one Lhasa Apso. | tlma. _ 

743-2701. 



to you. 


i 592-2703, 


| TOP QUALITY HAY. $1.75 A 


$200 or best offer. 385-3503. 


6 MONTH FEMALE PUP, bale, free delivery. Adult saddle, 

spayed, has shots, free to good j $65. 653-4556. _ 

home. 385-3168. -[OAK MEADOWS TRAINING 


1010 Y*t~ , PICK YOUR CAR 
3t2-fl2l pick YOUR 

PAYMENT 

EXAMPLE; 

Amount 

Months 12 

76 CHRYSLER Cordoba , Interest 

$6493 Payment $89.08 j rise y’manifbidsT” 600 OFM, 


| CAMPERS 


77 PSNTO Town Cruiser 


$4295 


75 TOYOTA CORONA 

5 speed, power brakes, radio. A 
one owner, local car in Bahia Rad. 
For personal service. Call DES* i 
l MONO BATES, at Emoress Pon 
lilac Buick GMC Ltd., 382-7121. or 1 
$1000. res. 658-5047. DL01227A. 1 


DOWNTOWN 


971 Yates Street 
at Vancouver 


1969 FORD FAIRLANE 302 C.l. j 
$68.96 bored, balanced, new pistons TRW ! 

9.5-130 over, cam headers, high, 

P|___ ^ ^ _ __ ___ rise manifolds, 600 OFM, Holly I 

t otter. j. - ! jointer'planer "v/Tth 'T"HP."cash or j lovable and FRIENDLY ST.'showls postwr?ed'tTn Sunday. De-1 76 DODGE Volare wagon | Other amounts available up shift' 8 fu* d nfao* 01 bast * Dealer Licence No. D-00486 

BEAUTIFUL HAND CROCHET swap tor s»amn collection or old Bernard, 4 years old, mala, $50.; cember 4, because of snow. __♦»« .v. mn i A 'SiLr* wtisso n ' ” ' o o c O A 1 C 

table cloths. Round, 72x72, also v.atchas or clocks 595-3742. 658-5564. * n 1 «... e ,,v«= ~ , ; Sj 296 to 48 months. Above example offer. 595-1780.-- JOD-Z4 I D 

table centre s. 246-4 010._I CE s SNA 182 LOW TIME, fully collfes ano CH.HUAH^s,! SSmo^ioie trSiit. SScaiBJt ^n- 76 VEGA G.T. $3495 computed at annual percent-_EXCELLENT BUY 


vTking.ELECTRIC.TYPEWHIT; «aoiK.M "SM.M0' V" '»M«*rt».ia»'SS* Mufi* aitto'mVr'v.Vi rii.'tSi-sa: ' | 7n - MARINA A.T. 2 dr. >3245 age rate of 12.5 per cent on NpW ArTIVQl 

D 75 nnnr.K HART fi rvl. ratp condition, r,dlo. ,ld« mouldinos. 


Large Selection 
Of Used Cars 
To Choose From 

GMAC and BANK 
FINANCING AVAILABLE 

CORNELL 

CHEV-OLDS LTD. 

3050 Douglas—383-5777 
Dealer Licence IVOU68L\ 


ONE OWNER! 

1972 BUICK SKYLARK Custom 4 
door sedan. Automatic, radio, 
power steering and brakes Tu- 
tone gold, and in mint condition. 
i For personal • service. Contact 
CHARLIE PETERSON, now. at 
.Empress Pontiac Buick GMC Ltd., 

.3 8 2 - 7 1 2 1 . or re*. 592-0458. 

| DL01227A. _ 

) 76 FIREBIRD ESPRIT 

ve, power steering, brakes, and 
.windows, radio. tilt wneel 
Finished In silver with matching 
[silver vinyl roof and red custom 
interior. Only $5295. Please contact 
'GARY HI9BS, 382-7121. or res. 

; 592-6222.. Empress Pontiac Buick 
GMC Ltd. DL01227A._ 

HARD TO FIND MODEL! 

1975 BUICK ESTATE WAGON, 
i Luxury plus, fully power equipped. 

I including air. Hurry and phone 
I CHARLIE PETERSON now for 
personal service at Empress Pon- 
'tlac Buick G.M.C Ltd., 382-7121 or 
Res. 597-0458. OL01227A._ < 

75 DUSTER | 

16 cvl automatic, power staerino, 
ppwer brakes, radio, super. For 
! more details call BOB FAYLE at 
CORNELL — CHEV - OLDS 
, LTD . 3C50 Douglas, 385-*777 cr 
. (ra» 382-2944. P-00661 A. _ 

SPECIAL | 

74 OLDS CUTLASS S 350, auto, 
'PS. P.B.,' tilt wheel big bee’s 
i and mags, $3499. YATES AUTO 
i SALES LTD., 950 Yates St. 
388-77 22. D -01610A. _ 

73 MAZDA 
RX-3 COUPE 


I FO»T CAPRI MOTOR - ANd| j^T IN TIME >O.^ T s ^5T. , 75 WJDG= DART 6 «*_ ra “- 

QUEEN SIZE BEDSPREAD, I trans t or ??? 598-1464. _i purebred St. Bernard puppies,, 1C94 Sluggett. 

ISK’ .%”V?,V 0ld ’ Ne ~ ‘ ,W -! I IS COINS and STAMPS i -! TWO ENGLISH SADDLES REA- j 73 CHEVY Nova S37S3 

Aski ng $70. 65Z-3ia. -]I 1 B iulis ana siajits Iregistered male skeltie.I nnabie. 479-6843. 75 TRIUMPH Spitfire S4493 


REGISTERED MALE SWELTIE,! 

1 r .. ..I.. .IU T.a n —— I Alk.,n 


' sonable. 479-6843. 




3 68-6246 days. _I silver coins. 1964 'and before! Pay- WANTED, MALE DOBERMAN 1 74 VW Beetle 

TIFFANY SWAG LAMP ASKING i ing 125 c o ov er face value. 478- 8580. Pinscher puppy. Ready tor Christ- W0 BUY UNWANTED HORSES. . ,,,. n 

4125 O.B.O. Oval carpet $50. Eve- TIyTht.' "Vim j Pnooa 5^-5505. _ "*•*” -- \‘* niVcim 77(1 

nlnqs 746-5049. _ silver Dollars pre-1967 and $3.501 REG’D. AFGHAN PUPPIES, ALL I THREE WOOL FLEECES AND <4DAlbLN t <U 

ESSICK ELECTRIC PLASTER [ American. Phona 383-6244. _ colours, for pat or show, I two awe lambs. 642-3230. _ 74 TOYOTA Coixina 

mixer, $390; pair of W5-14 snow u - ARTS and ANTIQUES 1 112 ‘ 752 — -—- LARGE YORKSHIRE GILT. FOR 73 MAZDA R X 2 

tires on Mazda rlm», >40. 479-0371. | ll? ana a* xiyi r,a , MA| p APR|C0X STANDARD J meat or breed. 642-3301 after t. oMninimi 

■RUnTOMAI APPLIANCE SUPERB 10 PIECE ANDREW- poodle, papers, 2 years old. . PHONE 479-1066 U 

RLGIOINAL. AUKLUAiNL^ Malcolm dining room suite In solid 1 388-4540. I f ^,.f ALE - PHONt 1064 71 DODGE Colt AT 

SERVICE guaranteed, sales parts, walnut and burled walnut. Re-, ™-rrr=- utsiPFftlSTFRgb 

\ l/ a xrn DCrvr ~ i sffis-^&ngS ^ and mo,h#r 

WATERBEDS ^^ rs -- - ? 


4 78-7343 D A Y OR NIGHT 
OUTDOOR INCINERATOR BAR 


... condition Includes 2 PUPPIES, MEDIUM-SIZED COL- f.^ G ii ISH «,Y C i -77 «J*n RIDlNG HAT * 

armchairs, special $399.95, several i; e . Shephard - Golden Retriever >1» 71-8. $11. 477-0650. _ 

large oak tables, good selection of 515 385-1236 . .. . 

brass and antique vases. Open 7 —- 130 HEAVY EQUIPMENT 

j - -• ~'~hf 3 15 -* 1 —* ,_i liAi rr imnATiiDE BAAfM c I v 


r.V« to use- tree delivery da T s and n, 9 hts < 15 mln » ,rom MALE MINIATU 

mm'sklU town, 10 from Woolco, Pete's purebred, black, 

1595 y- 1 ”?:-.Place, 786 Goidatream, 478-6000. 383-8636. 


and MACHINERY 


-—- , USED FORKLIFT SPECIALS 

OAK DROP LEAF BUREAU, ENGLISH SETTER REGISTERED 2 000 lb. Hyster, gas, pneumatic 
$198; child's solid oak desk. $199; male pup. 11 weeks old. Proven! tires $71C0 

Beechwood washstand, $135; ma- hunting stock. Cobble Hill 743 5667. j i.ooo lb. Baker electric, new 

oqany wasnstand, $129; ward-'-r-^-r-r^r-z-charger, rebuilt battery $3300 

.- -- small) „ p OR_ ?.M0 lb. Clark A-T. propane, solid 


$2795 
$2195 
S3995 
52995 
S2795 
S2100 
$1395 
$1395 

70 VAUXHALL Viva GT 

S1395 

70 MERCEDES Benz $8395 
G8 DODGE wagon S1J95 
68 VOLVO 144- S1S95 

65 METEOR S 350 

62 RAMBLER wagon S 300 


103 MISCELLANEOUS 
WANTED 

CASH PAID FOR *PPI-'^CEC ; n r,:iou«'’,i wr',or«l m»"Colll.VMH' ir.liid; I ...fi-J 

Mt2tLx r %«fe^ P p!ace h ^MC«0 d 546 H ® fa,d fl D,ock flnd a t,lt nced > q00<j hom *' 384 ^ 7?3 ~ _ 3,000 lb. Towmotor, gas, solid tires 

estates. Petes Piact,_4/B-awu.- down from the Bay. Open 10 to 6, pups PUREBRED DAL- 

, 7 days a weak. j £££>, p ^|i,^ UR |„ r 5o„ 0 s ,ntr | ,XOO lb. Molo-Truc. alactrlc oallai 

1 —- - mover, charger $2500 


INGLIS-KENMORE WASHERS, 

dryers, working or not R. B. ijoe, 0FF ALL REGULAR PRICES.: cross. 382-7328, 477-5897 

Baker Appliance Ltd. 479-826 4,_ 5% 0 ff sale prices, wiTHjp^pj- 

PIANO WANTED, ANY CONDI Mj I 


AND MANY MORE 

Shop Yates Street 

FOR 1 OB'VALUES 


VICTORIA 

DODGE CHRYSLER 
819 YATES 
Hours: Mon.-Fri. S-9 
Sat. 9-6 

DL No. D00867A 

384-81/4 


4-spead. buckets, radio, vinyl top, 
sunroof, new Flrelll radjats, /«'■ 

—, , ranty left, looks new. $1850. 

roof rack, and radial tires. Only 71 JUDGE with Olds angina In- 478-7503. 

19,000 miles. $2,500. 598-8378. [stalled. Maos spoiler plus blue —- 1 , 

72 PONTIAC. 4-DOOR, POWER SALES* lUT « TE y s .., s AU I? 66 CHARGER 

steering, power brakes, automatic, 388-7722. D-O1610A. __ <25 .HP. 383 auto., 430 gears, 0 . 2 .. 

V 8 , radio. Excellent condition, j- — — |a ^. . rr p.b., p.w., new Cragars ana raai- 

$1,495. All offers will be ccns.d- ~J~J I IT^I ACC I als, $5b00 Invested sell $2,000 oash. 
ered 595-5342. 598-5379._// V^U I LAjJ 1 Mike_478-5656._ 

var^Swl 73 PLYMOUTH SATELLITE 
rail 'wagon oower steering and braxes. 
rnPNFii automatic, small 8 , rcof rack, new 


1 1969 CADDY SEDAN DE VILLE. 1 v-5 automatic, power 
$1500 or best offer, Bob, 383-5871, power brakes, radio, 

ramwj"# rrtd*, until 9. S»l- pnlt|Me. mMts. Tu >uToma||C - sma| , , rc0 , ^ ^ 

i?hivOLDS KM LTD T «-}«>* *'«• «r 


l urday until 7. 

I'72 VW 411 
waqon, 
radio. 


STATION- 1 


; raalo,"' 6oTdoo "mi'lVs, ’very"'clean*, I pinnrrH 11974 VOLKSWAGEN BUG. AM-fm 

$2,300. 6S2- , 365I. I RABBIT!: radio, tapadack, rear window de- 

- -—-- ———1077 vw RABBIT. Under 4,200 troster, good shape, new tires. 

' .DODGE POLARA. POWER ^Vsowd radio, extra clean, ;$1,975. 38*912 after 6 P.m. 

steering, power brakes. 37,000 22*tosall Contact: 1 - 

| miles on 74 motor. Bast offers. : and p radry 174 DODGE CHALLENGER, ET 

;477-42TB BAKitx XVM 1 mags, Lakers, concords. 16.500 

"EALCLEAN I EJg’B&'SaS’LA 

67 Ford custom, V-8, power steer- nP'l’if 0 55*703 DL01227A. 1?^???:--- 

ing, automatic, radio, 4 new tires, or r **' - - -- 68 LINCOLN 2 -DOOR HARD- 

tested, $700 or ot ters. 479-921 4. — A,r> VD7 * 00 ' seat 061,5 **sted, new rubber 

! 1975 CHRYSLER WAGON. 9 PAS- 7A COUoAK AK/ [ load*d._ tflljRk g sma ller car or 
stoger, 14,000 milev loaded, im- V- 8 , automatic, power steering, | truck In trade. 479-64 59._ 

'77 DODGE ASPENS ^•cuiata. 47i-8si3. o° w ! r Sfi J1W0 BUYS A sporty -n aus- 

*LUX , rffiS&/S5»5“l. '^VOCVOo STATES WAS^ I L SjEV- 

with: slant 6 motors, automatic * J700 ' O 0 * 1 condition. OLDS LTD. 3050 Douglas. 385-5///. deck ph0T)e 338 . 5240 . 

transmissions, power steering, 652-423 8. _| D-00681A.--- -- - ■ , - 7 .. 

power disc brakes, plus many ,»1 oin< CUTLASS l.(yY)R I wr p rFNn SPFCIAAL FOR SALE 1974 . AUSTIN 

more options... Truly multiset to IffidtoS^Sla^al^ dFltan . 2 Sffi ? 1 Cutlass 24.000 .low mileage, automatic 


Wide Motors 


more options. Truly musi see to hirdioo iilMmin driw#n «ii»r« , aT - Cutlass 24 000 > manna, low mileage, auromanc 

appreciate. All have extended fac-ijff® M,#sman drlven ' OoggS transmission, radio, radial tires, 

,tory warranty. Deal now while our j 368 _ 1 1" 1 ]”: >J!5 e ^, n *.^,. c ?l°. 7 m mi $1895. Phona 598-6446, evenings. 


grand piano. 


... . tnoruor _ - n 

Ukf -kiut,. -H11H 1 PUREBRED REGISTDRED GER*! tarvMjrfv* C, ’ rt< MS 'OP en 9 <3- m --8 

m SI Sno G ".!” rv drl,# Dealer Ueence 572A 

"'ll.••S.Tnl':^ Ojr CoMlMv *r- r T<nw *Iwl 1 ll ill snob. 


1975 DATSUN 710. LOW MILE-, %£,4i 59 ?.?lil, D««Hr , - 

,119 nr,* niA/nor. Douglas, 384-1741. OV4 J14I, w»i , •, 


LOCALLY MADE CRAFTS 
oougtit or taken on consignment. 
385-5522. 


slocks, open 7 days ano nights. ; SIAMESE MOTHER HAS 4 BEAU-, jtiSrYoadaS Try u$ d flr$? tor your I 
Pete's Place, 786 Coldstream, tifui black kittans, ready to '«•*• r»ntal «25?'amints V 1 

478-6000. Chargex, MMtarcharga, home. 652-4103. r * *' rMulr,rnen?s - 

all financing available, O.A.C. 


WANTED: LARGE WOODEN 

tool chest, approximate size 4x3x2. 
642-3302. _ 


CAST IRON RADIATOR FOR 
hot water heatino, 20" high, any 

l ength. Okay. 47 9-5665. _. 

NEED LARGE ADJUSTABLE 
drafting table, preferably with par¬ 
allel bar. 383-3893._ 

NON-WORKING COMPLETE 
portable TV's wanled, haul away 

fr et. 384-8215. __ 

IF YOU ARE MOVING ANO 
hav# any furniture or china, etc., 

ple ase call'595-7567 or 3 83-8311._ 

OLD CAR BATTERIES. RADI A 
tors, copper, brass, lead. 383-1328. 
526 David. _ 


REFRIGERATORS WANTED, 
WORKING OR NOT. 478-5449 
178-6000. 


$12,900 i 

I RENTALS include 6.000 lb. all tar 
rain .. ‘ . 


I '62 IMPALA. 283. 4 DOOR HARD 
__ tou, mags, dual pipes, white with 
red pin siripe, excellent shape, 


PRIVATE SALE 


selection lasts, at ONLY $489$. 

I*77 DODGE Campers From $8995 ~ . ■— -■ ■ ■ - ■-- —— I onp owner • — .■■■ ...... - 

•76 DODGE customized Van *8,195 76 HONDA CIVIC. 4.000 MILES. .. . itanf WO Chrysler New $675 or of'ers. 478-7630. 

iliVaS^Hr l^ eX .^ORD^f 4 ^OOR SeOAN. 

1 ■7lioDOE , ? r L!wS. V v n an UM -— I^dV.work. $150 or be^ offer. 


0.1 iiivgi uvei iay. yr«any r routed. * p 0 ^ . h g'] le ’ Jr - k|ft>h»- 

flnancing available O.A.C. Open 7 1 Tr ained. Phone S95-379S after 4. 

P '* Ce ' 786 REGISTERED FEAAALE AFGH- 
Goldslreem, 4/>i-4000. t an> 4 _years old, well mannered 


ROSEMARY WELLS OF ROSE- $100- 479-8707. 
mary and Wendy Antiques. 620 c MA . . 

Broughton St. wishes to buy an- 
tlque or older pieces of iewelerv, to -7743 

pocket watches and chains. P least _ _ 

call 385-9816 for an appointment. HEALTHY BABY GUINEA PIGS. 
Members of the Victoria Antique ideal childrens pets, last before 
Dealers Assoclatton._. Christmas. $3. 50. 479-72 15._ 

"COLLECTORS: AAOUNTED PO- 23-OALLON, AU. GLASS 
Ilea Centennial Prints. Murals | aouarlum. complete. $40. Horse- 
iVW:. Set ?f Three $18.00. Prints drawn cutter. $250. 479-5272. 

" Tl '- r ~ ONE MWLE.PO 


1976 CADILLAC SEVILLE 'J5 DODGE ^JiL.W.B. Van $4, 5 needs some work, $300. 595-7068 ..'^77^, ^umei 1 e la la im 1595-4161 

.T--.iss 1 ££?5Sr.S. 

** 1 °- L - CI8i * 3A am-fm stereo fapadeck, sunroof. 174 CHARGER, special edition^ ^ .good^condjtlon^tested, new trans-1 offer. 598-845*. __ j$5300. 478^)7»._ _ 

$2495 . 


............ 1888 Map Reproduction I FOR -•— --•- 

$2.25. Post Paid. F. E. Smith., meranlan, 4 months. Phone 


SALE: 


4017. Regina, Sask. 479-8759. 


--I MALAMUTE-SILVER POODLE 

BEAUTY'JUST ARRIVED FOR XMAS, cross, puppies 5 weeks Old, *25, 


cider^doMs, ol^oys? oil paintings 1 s *T, ,prn Sf'*. furnfshlngs^^n-1 743^*135. 

»n< l ml* colour,. Hj.lJlW «>°M.MlHb «nd gmy PUREBRED REGISTERED 30R- 

MAJOR APPLIANCES NEEDING 1 otlts. Hobbit Hour. AnliouesVns F " W0w * n< l 

reoAlr, must 0. In flood condition.! V,Im, isjasji. | Held. 11J-W-7413 


4*6. 

BOBCAT 

HABITAT'S 
Equipment Centre 


Removing snow from driveways or 
sidewalks? Do It the easy way, 
rant a Bobcat from *55 par day. 


__ i good condition, tested, new trans-1 offer. 598-645*. 

*»»« ..- .^SSlvjFORO ssson oitkijR „ I 1 ,'yw .super beetle, most 


Kf' si.1., c" » 72 MONTEGO MX 2 ». Bt. Sl'.99S » ROADRUNNER 363 MAG- .oloor.tlc, Uitpl. Good Ir.nwr. conOilin.' S2. 

lS*I l^lch.; 72 TOYOTA AND CAMPER S2.99S W"** ,OVllMi ^ Istloji.^ S3S0 or MU oil.,. *«• I JO^W._ 


2 USED ALUMINUM TANDEM 
dump boxes, complete with hoist, 
air-trip tailgate, offers; 2 used 
steel single axle, dump boxes, 
offers; 3 G.E. transformers, 100 


nres. tinted glass, 
wheel. All leather 
control, automatic 
electronic headlight control, power 
seats, windows, doors, and many 
more extras. $13,300 . 598-8378 or 
598-3014. 


lOST 

1.000. 


REDUCED TO CLEAR 
1971 Toyota, automatic, 43,000 
miles, very clean $850, 1973 Toyota 
1600, extra clean, low mileage 
$1650; 1972 Datsun 510, very clean, 
well maintained $1485; 1972 Vaux- 
hall, automatic, low mileage $785 

1973 V ‘ -- 

miles. 

Cars V Ltd." 3233" ttougla's,' 384-1721 
592-3121. Dealer 0O244A. 5«™ ,r I 

- — dltionl 


REMEMBER 

•There's No Charge For Looking" 
Dir. D-00840A 

3240 Douqlas at Ctoverdale 
382-2313 

OREN 9 'TIL 6 P.M. 


Volkswagen 1500 wagon, 42,000 Buy now and beat the 1971 prlca 
-5. Extra clean. All cars re- Increase One only 1977 BUICK 
cently tasted. Sports and Classic ^LECTRA PARK AVENUE *»ban, 


nlshed In Firethorn red. Fully 
^ower equipped including air con¬ 
ditioning. Brand new and up to 3 


1970 FORD TORINO SQUIRE. STA-1 years warranty available. 

^ -- BOW,r l--AftcK RIVIERA 


1972 MARQUIS COLONY PARK 
station wagon. Asking $1150. 656- 1974 

A 806 . wagon, ...... ..- 

fully equipped. 363-1131. 382-9388. 


Toyota Mark M station 
1 , silver gray, black Interior, 


1970 RANCHERO, V- 8 , aiitamat. - 

st, snow tires. Asking | <47 MUSTANG 289, AUTO., NEW 
head, mags, radio, good shape 
$1650. '63 Rambler, low mileage, 
runs wall $175. 595-1995._ 


1974 VEGA WAGON, GOOD CON- 
dltion. new tires, $1750. 388-4120 
after 4 p.m. 


CONVERTIBLE. 1974 BUICK LE- 
Sabre, all power options, air, ex¬ 
cellent condition. 479-0764 evenings. 


'69 FORD FAIRLANE COBRA, 428 
cu. in., first $ 1,000 takas. Call 
595-4110 after 5. 


'67 MUSTAN. CHERRY RED. 
standard, 6 cylinder, slotted mags, 
wide ovals, no rust, excellent con¬ 
dition, $2050. 592-4*38._ 


•6<» CUTLASS, PS, PB, AUTOMAT¬ 
IC transmission, plus otnar goodies, 
immaculate condition, $1600. 
386-0994 between 6-9, 


IV/u iUTUrA LUKULUA 1/vU, t A* | v “ “ A ,, — u rroaikiP -1 

cellent condition. Tested till Nov. 1973 .PLYMOUTH SEBRING 2 
'79 384-1766, James. j door hard lop, V-8 automatic, ps 

and pi>, open to offers, small trade 


'67 MERCEDES 230. EXCELLENT 
condition, $3000. 384-1868 or 

478-0918. _ 

1971 VEGA HATCHBACK, 454M0 
miles, tested, snow tires, excellent 

con dition , $1395. 384-8228. _ 

1974 COROLLA. OWNER GOING 
overseas, runnlnq well, $1,995, 

phona 658- 5705 after 5 P.m._ _ 

•71 VEGA, NEW MOTOR AND 
trans, good condition, $1200. or 
bast offer. 385-0759. 

'67 ACADIAN INVADER STATION 
wagon, good condition, offers. 
477-8492.__ 

1969 CAMARO, AUTOMATIC 6, 
blur, power steering, snow tires, 
tested to February. $1500, 652-3128. 


KVA ,* used Cotters. ” Phipne 388-4464* tton wagon, good condition, power J ,„ r A fe 

'71 KENWORTH LW924 LOGGING SerVJ^wav^'rear ^oorSif^racks’. demonstrator. ®°'f- ’ 

truck with Husky loader Also frailer hitch, snow tires, etc. Ask- J F ujjy power MutoMd lncludlna air 

ioa ^’’■iwjjwoB.wig._Jsxrje^3yn,ai t , 

WANTED' OLD OR MECHANH wowfolnlM^oom c/ilrs E *1 1 aood Ll hunr,r PC UrowitrY r«oylr«s ."'."n nP* n T t1 AC f T b? R ’ lindt^aolno. v l ' s :, r a?nP;* P’s,*" free Me 11971 VEGA HATCHB AC K , 'new MttVvT ibeeOs clVen car. 1967 FORD CUSTOM. RELIABLE 

cal coin bank lor privet# collar. 1 2nd walSSt m2 Im loOla.' mm! oood Oome. S9B44.7. '67S-67BI. ffi’W* Ml S«lr.^«niV3J I CHARLIE .PETBli yN w.,.jt J^pae^ standard, .odd cpodltloo,, fW *i?s. cam laves M6-9708._»9 ano.M. JoodJML U?S. Mpsi 

anM 4W.1A09. . • n / pres ^ 2 .712? 1 *or res C 5924M5l! j 


384-7515. 


.. '69 T-BIRD, FULL POWfeR, NSW 

.. - jrakes. Trades ac- gar mags and tires, tape deck, i -^ 77 :— ------ tires, new paint beautiful condt 

I and I will look at any raa- Asking $1650. 656-6806. I 1965 ENVOY^ EPIC^ TESTED TO 1 t | 0n , $ 34 ) 0 . 592-0585 after 4 . 


Seatbelt^, antl-free/e. 


cal coin bank tor private codec- solid walnut gate leg table, $300.___ ^ w UII1 

tlon. Phone 478-4507. _C^eselxonia mirror. $195; Japa FLUF fy BLACK AND WHITE ITD 14A CAT ANGLE DOZER AND and Sunday 652-1692. 

rsnT 1 1?5* ..I suba * 145 - Prices nrm. fArnate Kitten, needs good home, ; loading bucket and winch. Clear 


WANTED: TV COLOR BAR DOT | 5524433 . - , 

generator. Phona 592-7026. ——:-- 656-5457. 

-.’VERY OLD OAK FRAMED 


_| Ltd., 


loafling duckct ano wmcn. v.iear ni 015J7A 

I vour land. Will taka boa). 4 79-1105 . 1974 VEGA, AUTOMATIC, RADIO,! PU|I ":S:. 


, __1 *72 VOLVO 142 QL, LOOKS OSi j ;P *>n«_3850375. •nvt'm. 

'1977 PLYAAOUTH ARROW GT,'new, excellent machanlcal condi- -69 DODGE PICKUP, 3 I 8 AUTO¬ 


POKER TABLE WANTED. 
652-1878. 


cifvm i ST1N - i sss, ?° 0D 

DL solid walnut dlnino room tahle , dafd - 8nK>0tB> 112-388-8996. _, Shapt f, 43-122. 592-3094 8 ftar 5. Lfd 3333 Douqlas, 284-1721, 

' J ‘ u * ■ Lyre back chairs. UNREGISTERED AFGHAN 14 GAL. TIDY TANK WITH j 592-3121. D ealer 00244A. _ 

7 P m .-10 ..m. ; puppv $40. 479-8707. I alactrlc pump $300. 652-4301. 1W5 CHEV STANDARD TWO 


SAAALL OR MEDIUM SIZE 
safa tor $tora. 383-3655. 


ED; JIGS 
, 385-0870. 


POWER HACK SAW AND DRILL 
press, phone 479-1770. 


PICTURES FRAAAES, DECORA- male CAT TO GIVE AWAY. 135 FARM IMPLEMENTS 
live obiects. restoring, broken phone 595-2940. 1 lao r/ufavs uirur.an. 6 i 

T ^. A .r'% 


kitten for Xmas gift. 479-2828. 

HOPE CHEST, HAND PAINTED —— - 

with multi-religious mythological IRISH 


and symbols, 


onone | mun itt1, tfl0 n2 - 5 ?: y ** 0 -'-| ^efg^Sn^v^ 0 Phone <16-6727. 

_ BREEDING BUDGIES AND - 

AFRICAN ART COLLECTION, IN-1 breeding caqes tor sale , 478-6200 . 150 CARS FOR SALE 


gSkjK&sauss I w ** 1 1 

SIBERIAN PUP FOR SALE. FE- 


phone 388-7BC3 after 5 P.m. 
WHAT OFFERS' 


MALIBU 


ooor sedan lass running gear, 
disassembled, many spare parts. 
$650 or bast offer. Evenings and 
Sunday 652-1692. 


1976 VEGA HATCHBACK, AUTO- 
matic. radio. Lika new $2550. 
Sports and Classic Cars Ltd., 3233 
Douqlas, 384-1721, 592-3121. Dealer 
00244A. 


1969 METEOR 

4 door sedan. V8. automatic, 
power steering, power brakes, 
radio, ate. A good, clean au¬ 
tomobile in excellent condition, 
ideal family or second car. Asking 
$1895, with 2 vear warranty. Con¬ 
tact ERROL RICHARDSON at 
382-7121, or 595-7098 tor appoint¬ 
ment to view. Empress Pontiac 
Buick GMC Ltd. DL01227A._ 


'66 MUSTANG, 289 WITH 
4<ipeed. rated 350 horsepower, TA 
14" radiais, 8-track and radio, L-88 
scoop, spoiler, high bucket seats. 


5-soeed as new, 9000 miles, $4,000, tlon, leather seat*, overdrive, snow;matlc, 57,000 miles, mechanically 

478-6763. j liras, $3300.147 9-1869. _) sound. 383- 4347. _| 

REPOSSESSED’ 1974 


'66 CHEV BISCAYNE, 6 CYLIN- 75 CELICA. 2J 000, VINYL TOP 
der tested September '78, $250. with sunroof. AM - FM radio, ax- 
384-3276. cellent condition, otters on $4200. 

'67 VOLKSWAGEN FASTBACK, Ph0n * 47 ** ,U1 - 
88.000 miles, closest offer to $550. 

382-8565. 


1970 DATSUN $10, 4-DOOR STA- 
tlon wagon, automatic transmission, 
igood condition. $850. 592-7890. 

c«toUton, YSL ona 8 52?£: G $£s. I CLEAN 86 PLYMOUTH WAGjON. 
477-2141, 388-4351. | V-8 automatic, good condition, 

' $850. 479-1513._ 


FORD 2 DOOR SEDAN, SUB- 


lanllally restored, excel lent 'condi- '68 p LYMQUTt- 
on, offers. Stave, 642-5254. too, good cbnditl 


all 


snag carpeting, 


1976 MONARCH, 4 DOOR SPORTS 

sedan, 351 motor, bucket seats,,- - - _ , „ Tnr 

oower steering power brakes, 1 _ 1975 ASTRE WAGON, 

ic2?« T ora«i e "cVrS , T«.''ci<^"-|r^^ l ^?^^-'‘"^^^--|“’flit!iSr l SSii«n vin «Bdiffi.: H6 L .i %S?,i« l JS: BMWS - 

- - , 6 ." .Ide, YOUNG PIED COCKATIELS AND SSSSr. V.X vlwT^I^RMdy lo'SS?MIB 1 M»L 

00 I white cockatlals. 477-9912. be drlveo ho^,. To view please 


tSi-jP*1|82ML ••Kd 1966 VALIANT. SLANT SIX, RUNS !'W VIVA JUST TESTED. OOOD 
»ting 246-9m Crobon.™ we ll, $300. Valiant parts. 385-1733. co ndition, $430 . 47 9-5S41. 479-1488. 


NEW 1959 VW BEETLE. ROUGH BUT 
running $250. 652-1508, not tesled. 




East Same phone number! '66 GRAN PARISIENNE, 337 V8,. 1«65 FORD RUNNING ORDER, 

385-1718. Call In and have a look. ! ex cellen t condition, 479-6902. i good tires, *200. 478 -2 600. 


SELL OLD BQOK5 TO THE‘ on velvet. 35" long x 21' 

~~ “ Ig^gMii aEgs^ iagaawS 

-- C | 5 AVSTRALIAN^BLUE ? HEALER I 3884779.' D-00681A. 


FOR SALE: - 

Ford Torino Station wagon. Contact 
J. Hinton 288-4441 local 24. 


1972 IMPALA 454. LOW MILE- 

age, extras, $2200. 4784)405._ 

1969 EPIC. RUNNING CONDI- 
tlon, $100 or beat offer. 38 3-3276. __ 
•67 MUSTANG, $1000. GOOD CON- 

dltl on. 479-9827 aftar S p.m ._ 

197? FIAT STATION WAGON, 
$1300 or bast offer. 474-2942. 


'84 CHEVY II, 4-DOOR. GOOD 
s hape, $800, otftrs . 388-5j87 . 

72 CORTINA LOW MILEAGE^ 
*1330. 595-1064_afte r 5 p.rm 

'7l' TOYOTA CORONA, 2-DOOR 
hard top, 4-speed, $1,000 . 385-2963 


top, 


9-7223. 


CASH FOR OLD CHINA AND 598-7413. 


old furniture. 385-9878 after 6 p.m. 


.SEE MISCELLANEOUS COLUMN 


r-joples lor sale. 


LAPIDARY CUTTER - POLISHER. 1 tor details of an antloue wol TARANTULAS, 
ala ctrlc. 658-8928. _j table. _• P^one 386-9407. 

TREADLE SINGER SEWING MA-' FURNITURE Rh^AIRFO. AN- ! 

Chine. 479-4596. liques our specialty. 478-2539. 


$15 EACH, 172 MUSTANG, EXCELLENT CON- _ . „ r Hi !JS* .1?!' 

dltion $2 200 382-19S7 Dark green, gbod condition. 351 otter. 384-4975. 

_ _— amon, its/. I automatic power steering, power- = ——- 

ACUARIUM WITH FISH. RAMBLER AMBASSADOR 1966. brakes Must sell, test otle ** 

; lent*, and supplies. SiO. 382-4*86. '5550 or offer, 386-6317, 479-7734. 477-2062. 


• it Cars Ud.. lat Douglas. |'« FORD TORINO 1 DOOR j 1973 PLYMOUTH CRICKET, »75.!»»“ HILLMAN MINX STAN- 1JJ* >IW, OOOO CONDITION, 
3 S 1 .I 72 I, 592-3121. Daal.r 00241Ar rardtoo. ,28 Cobra, C-6 automatic, I good runoinq. Phone 3*3-3875. Oard good condition. 592-7276. , vary reliable, 5600 firm. 652-7500 

I970;COUOAR ~ ,T jSt n 't.St2d h AOV I’.asSnVu. i MUST SELL:” 1H4 RAMBLER 1977 DATSUN OOOO CONDI- WJMrAL* ONt OWNER, EX- 

-v- ’ | American. 382-6742. lion. Phone 595-609/, after 4 p.m. cellent condition. 385-249L 

sell, test after '44 VOLVO 122S. GOOD CONDI-i'67 DODGE ~ VAN! skio! 385-9616 '64 CY^VY_.jT 4-DOOR. GOOD, '68 AC ADJANI, 75,000 MILES - i 


i shane S600. Offers 388-5587 


standard. S850. 382-1781. 














































































































































































































































































































































































































JAQ CABS FOR SALE 


J MOTOII LIB* * 


L50 CARS FOR SALE 



5 ONLY 
//VOLVO 

OVERDRIVE 

WAGONS 

LEFT 

$7595 

(Including-P.D.I. 

6 Freight!) 

HURRY 

NOVEMBER 

SPECIALS 



CLEARANCE 

of New 
and Demo 

77 COMETS 

2 & 4 Door 

77 BOBCATS 

3 Dr. & Wagons 

PLUS 
PLUS 
.PLUS 


CARS FOR SALE 


CARS FOR SALE 


TOYOTAlf point 

V MOTORS yj 

- NEW 11 
DATSUN 
PICKUPS 


—i 

SPECIAL! 

75 CAMARO 
Automatic, power steering, 


no. cars Tor sale 


METRO 

MO INI DA 


$4195 


LATE MODEL 
USED TRUCKS 


76 COROLLA Lift back s:;995 KI 1 I A I 

76 MUSTANG II Fastback 

$4295 

76 COROLLA 1200 Deluxe ; 

$2195 

75 VENTURA Sprint 350 

$4296 

75 RABBIT 2 dr.. Deluxe 

$3295 

74 VOLVO 142 G.L. Over - 1 
drive • $4895 

74 VOLVO 146 G.L. Over¬ 
drive w795 77 FORD FI50. *V 8 . auto- 

73 BUICK Century Wagon : m a ^ j c ^ power steering,' 
^3395 power brakes, radio, can- 
73 VOLVO 144 S. 4 dr. S3895 | () py f{ed. $5995 

72 FIAT 128 Wagon $1495 

71 VW 411 Wagen auto. $1195 177 FORD F150. 4.\4. 400 VS., 
71 VW Bus, camper, propane 1 automatic, power steering. 

$3395 power brakes, radio, can- 
68 DATSUN Pickup, canopy opy. Blue. $7595 

68 VOLVO 142 automat**'' " F0RD V8 ’ “'“o™'- 
$1995 1(?f P° vver steering, power 

6 a MERCEDES 220 auto-; Ilrakes - radl °- Bluc ' 5 ? 99 ° 
matic. power steering and ! 77 poRD F250. V 8 . automat- 

brake®, superb. $3495 j c> power steering, power 

62 VW Bus brakes, radio. Red. S5896 

61 CAMBRIDGE (Mech. , 

Special) $179:76 FORD F250 Super Cdb. 

390. V 8 , 4-speed, power 

i steering, power brakes, 


'77 Granada (.Air) 

”77 Camaro 
'77 Firebird 
'77 Corvette 
'74 Firebird 
'75 Chevellc 
’•77 Cougar XR7 
•7G MGB 
'75 Cougar XR7 
'77 Volare Coufie 
77 Volare Sedan 

71 Charger 

72 Flat 128 

76 Corolla 4 dr. 

76 Cordoba 

77 Vista Cruiser Wgn, 
76 Camaro 

72 Corolla Coupe 
6 Maverick 


77 DATSUN B 210 

Four-door automatic, radio -r/ r- j 

«q-, /o rirebira 


THIS WEEK'S 

SPECIAL! 

74 Austin Marina 

Automatic, body aide mould- 
pngs, radio. Michelin radi- 
als, 19,000 local, one owner 
| miles. Like new! $2495 

SPECIAL 

$AVING$ 

177 Hornet, AT, PS 
77 Honda+H-back 
76 Corolla 4 dr, AT 



iso < Arts FOB gALp 

0 

0 * 

0 

6 

l 

A 

VOLKSWAGEN 

PORSCHE 

AUDI 

PREMIUM 
GAS SAVERS 


Colonist .Victoria, B.C., Saturday, Nov. 26, 1977 

CARS FOR SALE j 150 CARS FOR SALE j ISO CARS FOR SALE 

RARE NO RUST 
XR7 Cougar, 52,000 mile®, 
black leather Interior, 289 automat¬ 
ic, maps, new windshield, radial*, 
exhaust, battery, ate. excellent 
condition, $1295. Only tor sale to 
Monday night, 1720 D 
Suita 1 upsta’ 



Brian Holley 

MOTORS LTD. 

3319 DOUGLAS 
Between Woodwards and 
Wool co 

DL 00903A 384-1161 


100 % 

FINANCING 

on Approved Credit 

From \\V 2 % 

3-YEAR. 30.000- 
MILE EXTENDED 
WARRANTY AVAILABLE ! vv 

NO REASONABLE 
OFFER REFUSED 

Open 'til 9 p.m. 

386-3516 

Metro Toyqta Ltd. 

625 Finlayson • 
Dealer Lie. 00431A 



$3,995 

’77 DATSUN B210 
I Four-door, radio $3,795 

’76 VW scmocco 

1 Silver, sun roof, 10,000 miles 

j 76 DATSUN FID 
Sport hatchback, 5-speed 
; AM-FM $3,595 

175 DATSUN* B210 
Metallic green hatchback 

$3,195 

75 MAZDA 808 
! Red sports coupe, radial 
tires, radio $2,595 

1 74 DODGE WAGON 
’Roomy Monaco, air condi¬ 
tioned. Very well equipped 

$3,995 

4 DATSUN 710 
agon, automatic, only 
112,000 miles — a beauty! 

‘$3,995 

74 DATSUN B 210 

Nice white two-door $2,495 71 urD 
73 CHEV NOVA ' 1 

Coupe, automatic, radio 71 Corolld, AT 

173 DODGE VAN $2,695 AO \AA/ 

•73 PLYMOUTH 
:Satellite, four door, automa¬ 
tic $2,395 

73 TOYOTA CORONA 
Four door, radio $1,996 
$72 TOYOTA MKD 
Sharp! Red hardtop $2,095 
’66 RAMBLER CLASSIC 
Clean. 61,000 miles $1,095 


76 Corolla 2 dr, AT 
76 Camaro LT 
76 Volare 4 dr, AT 
75 Comet 4 dr 
75 Honda H-back 
75 Bobcat wgn 
75 Datsun 710 
74 GMC Vi Ton 
74 Pontiac GTO 
74 Celica 
74 Pinto 
73 Charger, SE 
73 Novo 
73 Astre H^back 
73 Duster, 6 AT 
73 TR-6 
73 MGB 

. 72 Cortina wgn, AT "3 mcb Hardtop 


77 VW DELUXE RABBIT. 

Automatic $5195 

77 HONDA CIVIC, HATCH¬ 
BACK $3795 

76 VW DELUXE BEETLE ” .s^p.B., 

'3 DATSUN 710 2-dr. HT 

75 VW RABBIT. 4 Speed 

$3295 


Auto Sales 
Auto Service 
Auto Lease 

Three Big Reasons 
Why We Really 
Come Through For 
You 

CARS 

76 CORVETTE, air 
75 T-BIRD, loaded 
75 MUSTANG Mach I V -6 
74 T-BIRD. 18.000 miles 
74 NOVA. 4 speed 
74 ASTRE. Safari Wgn. 

73 MONACO Wgn., air 
73 PLYMOUTH Sebring 
73 COUGAR 
73 LEMANS , 4 455” 



75 AUSTIN MARINA. 4 
speed, radio $2695 

73 DART SEDAN, 6 cylin¬ 
der. automatic, power 
steering, low mileage 

$3395 

74 TOYOTA COROLLA 1600. 

4 speed, radio $2195 


72 CELICA 4-Speed 
72 VW. 411 auto. 

71 MUSTANG V -8 auto 
71 LEMANS Convertible 
70 METEOR SW, loaded 1 - 
70 TOYOTA Sprinter 
69 DATSUN 510 auto. 

69 ACADIAN. 4 dr. 

69 NOVA, V -8 auto.. P.S. 

68 CYCLONE HT 
58 EDSEL. Immaculate 


m 

ENSIGN'S 

FANTASTIC 

NOVEMBER 

SALE! 


Denman St. 


- tilt steering, cruise con- 

trol, deluxe interior, low mileage. 
•Exceptionally clean. For personal¬ 
ized service contact Jim Browman 
at 474 - 1211 , or re*. 592-4402, Mill- 
stream Chevrolet Ltd. 1730 Island 
Hwy. DL01J84A._ 

1974 THUNDERBIRD 

Fully loaded, low mileage, at| 
offers and trade* considered, 
479-5638. 


>p. good 
77-2487. 


1961 FORD FAIRLANE RELI- 

able old runner $200 . 598-5617. _ 

1967 DODGE DART AUTOMATIC, 
slant 6 , >800 of otters. 385-7556. 


U1 SPORT. IMPORT CARS 

““classic 

11975 Volvo 164E 4 -door luxury 
isedan. Full appointment* including 
! fuel inlectlon, leather, air condl- 
| honing and sun roof. Finished In 
light metallic blue with low mile¬ 
age. Last year of this design. This 
car must be seen to be appreci¬ 
ated. serious Inquiries to be made 
to PEDRO J. ARRIAS. 383-7626 or 
382-6122, McCallum Motors, DL- 
00850A. 


74 TOYOTA 1200, 4 Speed 

$2195 

$3995 

! 73 DATSUN 1600, Automatic 


Choose 

From 

OVER 325 


Collectors 

'62 MERCEDES 220,. one owner, 
76,000 documented miles, compiete- 
lyorlginal, showroom condition. 

^“PAINTER MOTORS LTD. 

1513 Quadra at Pandora 
D-00346 A 385-0122 


67 VOLVO 122S 


K I . O I I - ^ J One owner, only 32,000 city miles. 
IN GW 0< USGQ This car can beshownon Sunday 


1977 DATSUN 710, 4 DOOR I 
SEDAN WITH WHITE -1 
WALL TIRES. MOi.DIXC.S. 
RADIO, FINISHED LN 
SILVER. ONLY 5.300 
MILES. IN EXCELLENT 
CONDITION, WITH RE¬ 
MAINDER. OF NEW CAR | 
WARRANTY. SAVE $900. 
FROM COMPARABLE ’78] 
MODEL. TO VIEW THIS 
FINE CAR PHONE ROSS 
OWENS. 38245122. McCAU 
],UM MOTORS LTD. 
DL00850A. _ 

77 CADILLAC 

COUPE DE VILLE. ALL CADIL¬ 
LAC LUXURY OPTIONS. Meta lie 
t 'own with complementing interi¬ 
or. To view please call STAN 
CROCKER at CORNELL-CHEV- 
< lDS Ltd., 3050 Douglas. 385-5777 
or (Res.) 388-5779. DO06e)A. 


radio. 12,000 miles. Tan. 

$5695 

76 FORD F250 Suner Cab. | 
V 8 . automatic, pawer | 
radio Camper special. Tu 
tone brown and tan. 
steering, power brakes, j 
$7695 


TOYOTA 




67 VW 

100 PER CENT BANK 
FINANCING ON 
APPROVED CREDIT 
AT 12La PER CENT 


2620 GOVT 
AT HILLSIDE 
385-6737 

Dealer Licence D00740A 


3-YEAR — 36.000 
MILE EXTENDED 
WARRANTY AVAILABLE 


Financing by 
Ford Motor Credit 
On Approval 


PONTIAC 

BUICK 

GMC 


SUBURBAN 

MOTORS 

3377 Douglas St. 

386-6131 

Dealer Lie. 00863A 



CHEVROLIT 

72 BUICK SKYLARK cus- 
j tom 2-door hardtop, V 8 auto-; 
matic, power steering, 
power brakes, radio., 
Finished in fawn with fawn j 
vinyl top. Exceptionally 
j clean $3250 


388-6921 

9 A.M. TO 9 P.M. 

2151 Blonshard 
NEXT TO 
THE ARENA! 

Dealer Lie. D.01627A 


METRO 
HO IV ID A 


TRUCKS 
T5 DODGE H ton 
74 DODGE 1-ton Mini 
71 TOYOTA Pickup and 
canopy 

71 DODGE K ton. V -8 auto. 
• 2495 ! 71 MAZDA and canopy 
71 CHDV ton Suburban 

72 MAZDA 1200, 4 Speed 160 GMC Camper Van 
$1695 

COME IN AND 

72 MAZDA 1200 coupe. 4 SEE US FOR ALL 
speed, radio $14951 YOUR MOTORING NEEDS 

70 SIMCA, 4 Speed $600 
70 VOLVO 144, 4 Speed $1995 
69 VOLVO 142, 4 Speed $1995 
68 VOLVO 144, 4 Speed $1795 
66 VALIANT. Automatic 


$795 

66 REBEL, 2 Door Hardtop 
$695 


We Pay Cash For 
Good Cleon Cars 

2978 DOUGLAS 
382-9111 

D4I0319A 


100 % Financing 173 chevelle s.w. 
on Approved Credit 73 mazda 80 s s.w. 

, Scotia Plan! ™ mazda as 

1 1 70 PONTIAC LeMans 



Cars 
and 
T rucks 

Example 

77 VOLARE 

4 dr. sedan, 6 cyl. auto. 
P.S., P.B.. Radio, electric 
rear defogger, body side 
mouldings, etc. Stock No. 
8962. 

SALE PRICE 
$3993 

No Down Payment 
100% Bank 
Financing 

INCLUDING 
AUTO. INSURANCE 
O.A.C. 


and Monday. Plea*# phone MAR¬ 
TIN CUMMINGS at horn*, 
4774476. Trada* and term* er- 
ran gad. Em pres* Pontiac Buick 
GMC Ltd. DL01227A. 


BRITISH LUXURY CAR, Ex¬ 
cellent investment opportunity, 
1967 Rover Mark III, 3-litra, 
leather upholstery, automatic 
transmission, power steering. dl*c 
brakes. Immaculate condition, ac¬ 
cepting offers. Days 302-8146, eve¬ 
nings and weekends 598-6123. 


PERFORMANCE WITH ITALIAN 
styling 1976 Sclrocco FWD, rack 
and pinion, redials, quartz clock, 
extras include AM-FM, header sys¬ 
tem and Anza exhaust. One owner, 
meticulously maintained. Any rea¬ 
sonable offer considered. Please 
call J84-5268. 

1976 BMW 5301, 40,000 MILES, 
sun roof, stereo, standard trans¬ 
mission, snow tires on extra 
wheels, locally serviced since new, 
executive driven, $ 11,000 or as¬ 
sume lease. 388-4334, Mr. Sin clair. 

GOING TO AUSTRALIA, NEED 
to sell *71 TR 6 , green with black 
soft top and white hardtop, 40.000 
miles. New Michelin radlals, radio, 
$2,800 or offers, 386-0705, between 
6-10 p.m. __ 

“HARD TO FIND 

68 MGB G1, eogsneli white with 
red Interior. A good buy at $2495. 
YATES AUTO SALES LTD., 950 
Yates St.. 388-7722. D-01610A. _ 

SAAB 99 - 1970, METICULOUSLY 
maintained, oy original owner. 
Front wheel drive, new shocks, 
exhaust system. $1500 or best of¬ 
fer. 368-5397 evenings. _ 

1975-76 TR 6 * MINT CONDITION. 
Canary yellow, 17,800 original 
miles, radlals, AM-FM radio. 
56,000 firm. No triflers. 598-2881 
after 5 p.m. 


Rec.M 

IDCLEY 

riAMC ueep <fl>1*111 


Very special 

CARS!! 


Dougins Volkswagen Ltd. 
Porsche - Audi 
3329 Douglas Street 

388-5466 

Dealer Licence U0341A 


B 8 VALIANT 
G 8 MERCURY HT auto. 

823 PANDORA 
i 385-1451 D-00803A 

9 - 5 P.M. 

(Across from B.C. Hydro) 



7 4 BUICK CENTURY' 

LUXUS. 2 door. V 8 auto- 
matic, power steering, 74 CORVETTE STINGRAY 
power brakes, stereo tape,j 74 JEEP RENEGADE 
buckets, console. Finished in 74 JEEP CHEROKEE 
turquoise with black vinyl 75 FIAT 128 WAGON 
top. $3600 73 AUDI FOX 


YOU CAN NOT 
Buy A Better Cor 
Than An 
EMPRESS 

CROWN SEAL USED 

ICAR, with a 30 day, ] 1973 GMC , 3 . _ __ T 3 ford ltd wagon 


REDUCED 


76 Lincoln MK IV 

LOADED WITH ALL LINCOLN 
I UXURY OPTIONS. Hard-to-find 
model. Metallic blue, moon roof. 

To view please call STAN 
CROCKER at CORNLLL-CHEV- 
OLDS Ltd., JOiO Douglas, 385-5777 
or (Res.)^388-57/9. D-00681A._ 

IMMACULATE 

1971 T-BIrd, power windows, tem¬ 
perature control air conditioning, 
cruise control, radial fires. Closest 

of fer to 82. 800. 652-1330._ 

70 PLYMOUTH FURY. 4-DOOR 
sedan. 318 automatic, perfect body 
and interior, runs well, needs 
windshlled, $600 or best offer, 

478-424*.___ 

RARE '69 Z28 302 < SPEED. RE 79 C nrr l Tni-ix/t 
built trans., new clutch pressure / Z rOru L.OnV T 
plate. <3.000 miles, excellent condi- LTD. auto, P.S., P.B., P.W. 6 -way 
tlon. Can be saen at 914 Dale St. power seat, factory air condition¬ 
er 382-6023 after 5 weekdays._ Ing. 

1969 PLYMOUTH WAGON 318 

P.S.. P.B., checked till No. 1978. /Q MerCUrV 

c ." WARUUIS B0UShAM 

offer around $600. 38-1-3578. , n . . , 

collectors item 68 Mercedes 230 

1956 Cadillac limousine, very good a dr., 6 cyl., absolutely beautiful, 
condition, 52000 or consider serious Only 48,000 miles luxury —* 
offer. Phone 595-0996 evenings. economy. 


100 PERCENT 
MECHANICAL 
WARRANTY! 


'■« un P icku P- 71 BUICK RIVIERA 
l»aded including air condi-, 
itioning, wood grain, rally "Rl 1Y OP 

wheels, canopy. Finished in' ,rx!,rris 

gold. $565u THE WEEK 


OPEN 8:30 to 5:30 
CLOSED SAT-SUN j 

77 Lincoln MK V 

Designer series Cartier Model. 
Gorgeous locally owned automobile 
with all luxury appointments and 
only 3.000 miles. 


*76 Firebird Esprit 
76 Ghevette 2 Dr. 
'69 Impala, 2 Dr. 
'77 VW Rabbit 


$5895 74 TOYOTA COROLLA 1600. 
$2995 \ cylinder, automatic, low 
$1695 mileage, super clean. 
$4695 Finished hi dark blue $2750 


OPEN 

Mon.-Thurs. 9-9 
Fri.-Sat. 9-6 
2867 Douglas at Topaz 
382-7121 D.L. DO1227A 


1975 MGB. EXCELLENT CONDI 
flon. low mileage, luggage *‘* 
rackjfnow tires and all too*, 
to offers... 


. 388-6587 after 5 p.n 


0 <i" 77 OLDS Cutlass 
77 MONARCH 


OWNER TRANSFERRED. MUST-j 
sell 1976 Toyota Corolla 2-door ■ 
hardtop, 11,000 miles, 53900 or bast ! 
utter. 1970 Maverick 2-door sedan, 
economical 6 -cyllnder automatic 
transmission, s /00 or best offer.; 
38 3-9694 after 6 . _ 

1974 FORD LTD 2-00048, POWER, 
'a steering, power brakes, radlals 1 
saiei> a j r condltlonino, original owner, 
excellent condition; international 
warranty for 12 months or 12,000 
miles. 53395. 658-8459. 


OPEN - 

MON.-FRI. 

8:30 a.m. - 9 p.m. 
SATURDAYS 
9 a.m. - 6 p.m. 

SERVICE DEPARTMENT 
NOW OPEN NIGHTS 
AND SATURDAYS 

Midstream Chevr >let Ltd. 
17T0 Island Highway 
474-1211 

Dealer Lie. D01384A 
SHERIFF'S SALE 


68 CHRYSLER SEDAN 
Clean and loaded with 
Equipment 
$895 



65 DODGE, auto. 

67 COUGAR, auto. 

67 DODGE 1 4 -ton 

68 BEAUMONT at 

68 CHEV hi 

',68 FAIRLANE at 

1 68 DODGE SW 

169 CUTLASS 442 

69 MERCURY at 
69 ALPINE ht 

69 DODGE van at 

70 MUSTANG 
70 FORD LTD 
72 FIAT conv. 

72 TOYOTA Corolla 

72 TORINO auto. 

73 DATSUN 610 

73 DODGE auto. 

74 FORD > 2 -ton 

74 SEBRING auto. 



$ 148 
$1217 
$827 
$945 
S692 

S347 MOTORS LTD. 

PHONE 385-2215 
$ 849 72 Montego MX 


MALIBU 


SEE OUR 
FULL PAGE 
SALE AD 
FRI. TIMES 

Page 17 

SAT. COLONIST 

. Page 21 

ENSIGN 

Chrysler-Plymouth 

Ltd. 

DOWNTOWN 


JAGUAR OF COVENTRY, 4.2 
litre XKE coupe, leather, luxury, 
performance. Built Nov. r 69. 48 000 
miles. Offer*. 388-6275, Pager 990 

days.__ 

1971 TR6. N€W ENGINE, 
clutch and brakes, Mlchellns, AM- 
FM radio. Immaculate example of 
this rare car, $2,795. 598-2209, 

3 98-283 8._ 

1974 FIAT 

128 waoon, showroom condition, 
30.000 miles. New tires, peppy and 
economical. 748-4892. 

'72~V6LV0 142 GL, LOOKS LIKE 
new, excellent mechanical condi¬ 
tion, leather seats, overdrive, snow 
tires, 53300. 479-1809. 


1968 TRIUMPH GT6 PLUS IN EX- 
cellent condition. Wire wheels, new 
tires and clutch, radio, tested, new 

pa int, $299 5. 382-8670._ 

1960 JAGUAR 

3.4 automatic, excellent condition, 
will accept trade. Phone Nanaimo 
758-9024. 


5742 59 Pontiac 
-rt.v.169 Rambler, A.T. 
$920 ! 69 Mercury S.W. 
51376 88 Montego 2-DR 
67 Dodge Dart 
$1705 66 Plymouth, A.T. 


$1295 

5595 

5699 

5395 

$295 

$695 

$595 

$395 


969 ROVER 20C0. AUTOMATIC. 
Immaculate condition, one owner. 
_ ^. - New enoine and crakes. Radio. 

YATES AT COOK u * een - %] ' m - 

MUST SELL 

1973 Alpha Romeo GT V2000. 35,000 
miles. Will consider all offers on 
$4,000. 477-9 344. 

CLEAN. WELL CARED FOR 1974 
♦an Peugeot wagon, 44,000. 

748-9587 . 54^500._ 

1969 FIAT 850. ONE OWNER. 
Excellent condition. Gas miser. 
Low mileage. 598-4752. 


Dealer licence number 
D495A 

386-2411 
Open Weekdays 
Till 9:00 


736 Goverdale 385-8736 
D.L. 00247A 

'Same Location 
Since 1964' 


w «.s, K>»T*w ! Si’'tfSoK' 76 Triumph TR6 


73 CHEVELLE LAGUNA, 51.000 . • 
miles, V-8. power steerlr 

brakes, Power windows. - 

8 -track, $2,750 . 478-5763. yr r U Q U h Wan 

1963 BUICK WILDCAT 4-DOOR FOrC] »^IUD VVgn. 

hardtop. 55.000 miles, good work- 7 A fiQf Convertible 
mg condition. 5500 or nearest offer. . 

_75 Mustang Ghia 


PAINTER 

MOTORS LTD. 

74 CHALLENGER 318 aulo. 
I 73 EL DORADO LOADED. 
-JSTEF • 


$1224 

$1421 

$1209 

$1934 

$1867 

$1048 

$3127 

$2718 


' - i 4 A “T* I L _ mllea » e - Jr 0-473 *. 

AUTOMAIIL .ECONOMICAL Ago STV^. 

1975 COLT HT. Bucket seats, con- $)6C0. 382-4940, 382-4753. 

” a 'lmv l'.~ j«2 2 . PLUS ?. WITH U.OOp 


LOT No. 2, 2936 DOUGLAS AT |___ 386-9659. 

BURNSIDE 


DL. 00783A 


Palm Motors 
M OAK 

(1 block from Douglas 
o£f Cloverdalel 
386-8385 D-0064IA 


YATES AUTO 

950 YATES ST. 


• -2 DR. HARDTOPS 
I —HI PERFORMANCE 
AND 4 SPEED CARS 

AT 950 YATES 


PS. 


SURPLUS VOLVO $3*49 


1958 LINCOLN MARK III CONTI-. . , - ... .. 

nental. good restorable condition; under end bv virtue of several -73 EL DORADO LOADED. EITHER 

reasonable offers accepted, warrants of Executions and Writs 73 DUSTER 340. buckets, sharp! 1973 Red Volvo 145 St. Won. fuel 
65S-2S68. of Seizure and Sale against the 73 CAMARO Auto, P.S., P.B., mags ini. std. shift, radio end tape deck, 

.~r,— ' a/hVim lin e goods and chattels of: 73 PINTO Sin. Wgn., 4-soeed , car top carrier. 47,000 mi. 

-0 AND '68 AUSTIN, LOW MILE- 73 CUTLASS 2 -dr. HT. OR 

age, good condition, S995._ 59,EJ Jam e* F. Moody 73 VALIANT slant 6 . auto. 1973 Orange Volvo 145 st. wgn, 


73 CORVETTE 

speed, only 30,000 miles, 
windows, AM-FM radio, 


Camlno, excellent condition, $2! 
478-7321. 


'•1(1) 1974 Plymouth Cricket 2 Door 
. i Hardtop, Serial No. 5H234940053. 


I 73 TORlLw • w. 1 1,01 u. sir*., WW.V - i - — — . n qnwiHj 

- 1 73 TORINO Grande Sport, 4-speed, er hitch, radlals and snow tires. —— r'ATAI TNA 

K 0 PUOT 1 | T ^ncTudina'liir' oT"!« S PICK Up, serial U mS'SS B». ,h * rP ' IHER OU.CK 2 .DOOR . 

■>-•«» or,CM ‘” m; o?k L cSSS?“iio« Ltd. .nd Doua. ™ ^ 1 ® GRANADA i 

- las WUIIam Koroscll . tl MUSTANG »!. auto . P.S. , t<xr srtan EOTwmv flui. a t.yt- s „ SAA , T avlor at Emortss atscfeclated. 3M-J830. 

fUNBUG. (|) 1.67 G.M.C. PICK Up, SeVlal 71 BARRACUDA V-L mass, boots. Inder Bolck GMC Ltd., 3B2-71J1 ,amkt sfLL '65 

low No. 05147111531! _ , 70 GTO JUDGE, ASReed, maos. i or res. SM- 3493 . DLOmTA. " U5T 

‘•''■ l wrarA n ,,, 8 7Kso R n oo,i ™ * M ;tsWA u N,»;,n.r.°u.o pi - isi.'SSM.y 

— (t) 1977 Ford PICK Up. S.rl.l No. .61 MERCEDES 270. , ownac. jt.ct BMJJj, Ra VNOLDS, MMITL j.W Com.^ ^.JPI.I^ ^a., 

-... - *<««* needs trans. Open to otters. Phone 

479-3402. 


NO wgn., roof rack. 


455 4 

power .. ... 

power steering, pov/er brakes. For _ 
more details please call GLEN p. 

LOCKHART at CORNELL CHfV,- 

OLDS LTD. 3050 Douglas, 385-5777 , 71 • PLYAAOUTH ROADRUNNER, 

1973 orange voivo >•- ."V!!' 1 OD-00681A - . - **— 

carb. eng., auto trans, radio, trail- UL, ^!2?!^: 


1963 MU 51A NO MUiunnM^. )97< JAGUAR XJ12 SEDAN. LOW 

extras me ud« vinvl WP. mileaqe. For further details phone 

^m'pl.W ,l it^K° , Asj;U Pl «!«, 0 ^ »■»'“ *-*»-*_ 

test offer. 479-6053 between 5 and 77 BMW 3201. SUNROOF. AIR 
Idem, low miles. $9,000 or nearest 

1970 MINI 1000, PERFORMANCE loir- - 

equipment custom interior, paint. )970 d A TSUN 510, SHOWROOM 
mags, radlals. sacrifice sale, rendition, many extras. $2,500 or 
Slave evenings 477-6981 ask for nearest offer. 598-72 23._ 

£!£---ISAS’ WHITE MERCEDES 2»S, 

CLASSIC 57 PONTIAC, 4 DOOR, excellent condition, original owner. 
V -8 automatic, tested till August 77-5163. 

3'rP..' S . 4 Jr».S( , ’7 8 ”'!5 'TJ CORVETTE. 456, 6 -SPEED, 
runnibst ocd»G SlSo tlrm. J 7 BS 55 !. most options, 2S.OOO milts. Must 
—— ---—r, _ . Sell 642-3357. 

nal° good V «xtiSlor, ‘qooS Interior! 1975 STING RAY. REMOVABLE 
runs C reallv X well, otters, phone panel top, etc., 27,000 miles, $7,500. 
after 6 , 479-2269 or anytime week- Phone 388-6474 or 592-2573. 

1974 CORVETTE, PANEL TOP. 
perfect condition. $7,250. Phona 
382-7664 or 658-1020. 


ends. __ 

RARE 1966 COME+. CALIENTE 


2 -door hardtop, V -8 automatic, nice 
condition, asking $1200 or best 
otter. 479-6053 between 5 and 7 


radio and 8 -track, new automatic 

- transmission, 51100. Phone after 4 

and ask for Doug, 382-3218. 


72 FIREBIRD. 455-4. AIR 7 c aa/~d 
■ ihocks, radials, low mileage. Best / j IW\\jD 

of fer. 754-2617. _ 7 j ii/~n 

•*67 MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE. 

Hutomalic 6 , very aood condition. 7T C OMFT GT 
Offers to $1,800. 382-0564 ' £ \ \ aZ , 

1970 MAZDA 1500 . 4-DOo’r, TEST 65 GMC VAN 


* 50 GMC Pickup 


dutch end transmission rabulll 

lust tested, $1200. 382^533._ 

MUST SELL 1967 VOLVO 123 G.T., 
electric overdive, good condition. 


j 479 1528. 

'74~ VOLKSWAGEN 


196? TRIUMPH 2-DOOR SEDAN, 
good running condition, *—*--• *- 
March'78. Off*rs on S20C. ...- _ . . _ 

VW WITH ' -n ISC0 ENGINE. | BR0 0 Vli-KlS 
vinyl and shag Inferior with snow 
tires. $ 1600 . 


sunroof,* radio, snow tires, 

! mileage, otters to $ 2 , 
i call after 5, 384-4843. 

19/1 CAMARO LI 728 OPTION 
14-speed, power steering, 
i brakes. low mileage, 

! 386-2947. 


1965 VALIANT GOOD RUNNING 
• condition, tasted, 4 new 
D 03264A snow tires, 5530 . 477-9681 


F25HC P03920 
Robert Alan Rathsburg 
$3350. | n , , 9W Cadillac, Serial 
B611522I 


sjoo. 'm’uu° DePape Motors Ltd. iSStitiarTMtVB.TTtTwWSd !.m» aii.w fiw.lg' *•» 


"SPECIALS" Buick GMC Ltd. DL01227At 

No. 72 DUSTER 3to mags tires S1795‘---— 11M(I UI1 _ c 

68 CADILLAC 4-dr. $895176 TRANS AM, 14.000. MILES,;- 

67 CUTLASS stn. wagon, runs air, power brakes, power steering. 


1968 FIREBIRD 400 


in ~ Be5t °^ #r ov#r original paint, exceMent condition, 
100 'd BANK FINANCING O A.C. 9 6625. 592-3413. ___j^95 . 593-5966. 


72 Tornado 


1971 CHEVY VEGA WAGON. AU- 
tcmatic. tested, good condition, 

5593. 477- 0695. _! Fu „ 

l-<9 METEOR STATION WAGON, tap*. - - c aV.’ ef-.V rcioSJcTT’ 
excellent tody and engine, tested, calf BOB PAYLE «* CORNELL 
5400 658-80CHEV — OLDS LTD., 30s0 Doc_ 
6>88U —-las. 385-5777 or res. 382-2944 


sale by public auction at 1618 
Store Street, victoria. B.C. on Fri- 

1974 FORD ELITE, BEAUTIFUL, day the 2nd day Of December, _. - nnno we Q , a?co ,», kie\u tibec 

S 3995 . View at 10 Douglas. 384 - 9446 , 157>, at the hour of 10:00 o'clock In 1S13 QUADRA at PANDORA '75 VOLVO 242 DL *" 6 vl B . L r A ^ Vfn JaSH' 

382-1980. the forenoon, all the right, title D<0346A 385-0122 4 -speed with werddve. ^cassette jyjjo or best offer^ i_973 Mach 1, 

and interest of the aforemeniioned 
vehicles. The vehicles may be 


* B 


1973 


.... MAZDA RX3 WAGON, ^hlr'lM'’The' vahlClM^"^'/’^ ___ J . ,C. MOTORS 

474 . 3479 U,PP6d ’ 34 000 mIlM ' %V5 °‘ xfewed ' at the aforementioned J* DATSUN* ?2to ' 8 AT 

i7 *' 7i19 - _ address between the hours of 8:00 g °ATSUN B 210 

,ONE OWNER. 71 PINTO, AUTO- « «hd 6:00 P.m Monday to 7 ^ Tavnr/i ^!2r' a 
Stic, ‘ “ 


air tend Itioning, leather stats, 

59,200. 477-8494._ 

|0S OATMJN, f 1C STATION 
wagon. 41,000 miles, new tires, 
52750. 592-4412 before 10 p.m. 

1 969 VOLKSWAGEN BUG. 

flared fenders. VW mags, and 

----, 6 j GTX( 4jJ0 _ j SPEED. BRAND 

SPECIAL Slti-l'i n « w P» ,nt lob - rebuilt motor. New 

197! SKYLARK^.J, 1,. 

Good all-'round condition. Will '74 CAPRI, V-6, 4-SPEED. 24,000 
take trade-in. Please contact miles, deluxe, stereo, offers. 
KARL KUESTER at Empress , 362-4310. 

or're« C 4?j“s79e S DL0l!WA 3M ' 71! '' '97 OLDS 88, POWER STEERING 

Or res. ,j;-5778, OLOI237A._j , nd brsk , s . s80 0. After S «*«K. 

1965 CORVAIR MONZA, RE- 
built, low mileage, new tires. 
Phone 474-1924. 

1967 FORD WAGON 289 AUTO-1^8VI* -478-2137. 
matic, P B . P.S.. rebuilt transmls -11973 AUSTIN MINI, 22,800 MILES, 
sion,' valve lob good condition, 1 goo condition, very economical to 
5600. O.B.O. 386-6945. |run, 51,985. 386-7877. 

mileage, tested, radio, new radial 
tires. $2100. 479-1543. 

'69 CORTINA GT, MANUAL 
shift, 24,000 miles, perfect condi¬ 
tion, asking $1400. 4T/-8764. 

1943 RAMBLER, STANDARD 
transmission. 102,000 miles, well 
looked after, $375. 383-4260. 

56 VALIANT. 6 CYLINDER, 
standard, rebuilt engine, good con¬ 
dition, $400 . 477-2195. 

1974 FIREBIRD FORMUA 400, ,'65 MUSTANG, 289 3-SPE.FD AU- 
automatic, loaded. Offers 0 v e r 1 fomatlc, good shape, best offer. 
$4,000 . 478-9415. ; 478-6678. 

FOR SALE OR TRADE '64 PON-j 1964 ENVOY EPIC, EXCELLENT 
t'sc convertible. Many new parts. 1 condition, recent Inspection, oood 
Duncan 112-748-475). ! gas saver, offers. 477-1868. 

SACRIFICE SALE. ’1571 OREM- 1972 VOLVO 145S WAGON, 36.000! 
lin. excellent condition, best cash miles, Pirelli tires, standard, 
offer takes, 384-2372. beautiful condition. $3,500. 656-2576. | 

1*64 ACADIAN CANSO. 2-DOOR 74 MAVERICK 2 DOOR SEDAN. 1 
automatic, S2S0. 555-5024. good condition. $1900. 479-2565. 

66 VALIANT SIGNET, STUDS, 
2-door, 5500, 806 Linden, 382-1556. 

il964 VALIANT. 4-DOOR. $300. '70 CADILLAC ILDORADO, 
477-9714. 1 good shape, rested. 384-3110. 

LAST CHANCE. '75 RABBIT. 4 
speed, $3150 or offers. 656-4994. 

MUST SELL. MUST BE. SEEN,^ 
Vega, low mileage. 477-7628. 

1962 OLDS SUPER 88 HARD TOP. 
a .■ 5100 658-5677 . 

73 VOLVO SEDAN, ASKING $3400.''59 FORD, AUTO., 6, OPEN TO 
excellent condition. 652-4236. otters. 658-5768. 

|9$7 -OLDS V-B. EXCELLENT '74 GREMLIN, 32,000 MILES,' 
condition, 'J25. 656-3259 good condition. $1900. 656-1567. 

•65 FORD COMET AND '51 VAUX- 1971 LINCOLN MARK IV. 26 000 
nan. or parts. 479-4524 miles. 59000 cash. 382-9879. 


mafic,’ ’"’.ton miles, tested, snow Friday. 

tire:., $850. Phone 382-9410 after 5. . 

T * rm * ° cth PM *•' Sales Ta« a FOR-p; ltd HTV. 


73 TBYOTA 2-dr. 1 speed 
73 METEOR HT V-8 
73 BUICK -dr. HT 


deck wltn AM-FM, Michelin radi- | lots of Tx'traV," $3,500* or best 
els, 25,000 miles, like new, $5200 or 1 offer. 474-1395. 

52795 b * St 0,,er - 456 ; 4407 - 
uil95 1969 FORD LTD 


1969 DATSUN 4-DOOR STATION 
COUNTRY wagon, excellent mechanical condi- 


•69 FIAT 124 PYDER, TAP€ 

de-« . 'adla's pl.s 7 rims, $'550 


1975 TR6, 13.900 MIIFS. AM-FV 
ras^etlr 'e radial tires, .isk’ng 

54800. 246-4249. 


MUST SFLL *65 PARIS IENNE 
ecstom sport, conv., 2K3 a to.,, 

ckets, console, soma body dam- /; m • • D3E1, LOW MILE 

age, excellent condition. $200C. 
Apply 0 D jigla ^ Apt. G. 


age 5200 . 382-7793. 


EXCELLENT FAMILY CAR. RE- 
bcllt 1966 Valiant sedan, must be 
seen. Don 598-6538. Supper time. 


'64 CHEVELLE, 2-DOOR. HARD- 
iop, $400, or best offer, call 
479-9581.____ 

'71 TOYOTA CORONA. DELUXE, 
4-door, automatic, A-1 condition, 
call 479-9581. 


1969 RANCHERO, 302 MAGS. 
*ested, excellent condition. Must 
sell. $1,895. OHers. 3864324. 


19*2 ACADIAN NEEDS WORK. 


1967 ROVER 2000, 59.000 MILES, 
clean th 
385-5534, 


___ v ,„ t .....LE-. 

clean throughout, Michelin tires, 
-4, 384-5321. 


74 TRIUMPH TR6, EXCELLENT 
condition. One owner. $4,500 or 

best offer. 592-7130._ _ 

1964 GMC 1 TON 6 CYLINDER 
4 speed, steel deck with hoist. 

SljM. 642-3380._ 

'67 MGB 3 TOFS, NEW PAINT, 

good condition, offe rs. 592-4126. _ 

1972 DATSUN 240Z, $3300 O.B.O. 


the office of the undersigned. 

W. A. Lee 
Sheriff 

Vancouver island 
Region No. 1 


4-dr. HT AT 
•sp. 


69 TORINO V-8 aulo 
69 COUGAR V-8 AT 
69 FORD XL 2-tir. HT 
68 CHRYSLER HT V-8 AT 
68 BUICK HT 
66 SKYLARK V-8 auto 
837 Yetes DL00115A_ 

74PINTO 

Automatic. 78,000 miles. 
4-cyllnder, 4-speed, buckets, radio, looking, good running car 


S 1595 Squire station Wagon, 9 passrnger, tien. $550 firm. Phone 592-0239, ,Mted. with S now‘TrrM. ' Phone. ijfaws 

S2695 excellent 2-owner automobile, after 6 p.m. 1474-2013. _ _ 

5299S extra clean, and m^ust be seen to DODGE POLARA EXCEL- ,..— T ^r TA --Ey - ■ 1974 AUDI FOX AU 

$2695 be aporecialed. 512*0. 479-1 <00. j™ cSXn, 2di, AR £;wer X stwr- ,t^?d°. L iJst Sfil 

1963 AUSTIN CAMBRIDGE, AU ; , jng^ power^ brakes, small VB. ed, *675, 3H-7414. 1975 FIAT X19, EX 

m ••caf.fc. 2 ssr ,f% fessa «««• 


1974 AUSTIN 
MARINA 


wm condiilon, snow tires included, 

$1495 _ 

|J095 75 r.uSTIN MARINA. TWO DOOR. , 
a , tomatlc, 14.003 miles, 6 Michelin, 
bb, haai racial* (2 studded snow). $ 2600 . 
384-0921 ;/9.i807. 


1Oi 0 ci.wcd Cl r AAAiwrt ucur INTERNATIONAL VAN. 

1968 SILVER EL CAMINO, NEW .-v-ntor over $600 Invested, 
and balanced 350 cu. in. turbo 400 SniSiid. *230 479-6494 
with kit, PS, mags, new Interior, ?ini>n,q * 
etc. $3200 firm. 478-4704. MUST SELL: '68 VIV 


not 


1967 FORD WAGON. 289 AUTO- 
_ I matic. P.B., P.S.. rebui 
- 1 Goo< 


■n CORTINA 7000, H,000 MILES.'jjjj. v«lv. job. Good 

good 1 snow tires, standard, power disc j *60O_o.B.o._386^9 i5._ 

-HYrY ____ a 1 tum a, hnu niimr ...a, ... 


Mlcbilin r«dl«i». J5.000 nillbs, tost - ConUct "JACK YOULDEN" ,1 I 59 S-102A. 

.... '* ' ‘ ■'* -■ Qa 


1971 PINTO, JUST TESTED. ALL DL01227A. 


Empress Pontiac Bwlck 

381-7121, . 


1970 2+2, POWER 

res. 477-5725. s i efr | n o and windows. 350 . 400 tur- 
_I bet, automatic, $ 2 , 000 , or trade for 


deck. N 
. $ 1 , 000 . 


1963 BUICK WILDCAT, 


«ru, auiuii 

477-2193. 

SAFE, $ 

1976 Colt, _ __ 

16,000 miles, like new, $3300. Con¬ 
sumer Reports rates hlgt 
ccllent gas mlleaae. 592-1971 

UNIQUE "BLACK GOLD 


Shop in Sidney end SAVE- 

Extra Clean 

lete Model Cars 
Truaks and Van* 

9757 5th bt. D01591A. 656 2432 


, 1 Che v. 478-5 404._ 

1V58 LINCOLN MK III, „ 

cellent condition, all original, all I - - 

r-ower. new paint, asking >3000. ,1970 LTD HARDTOP, 
Trades. Jim 479-2363. 


nearest offer. 382-3874 after 5 p.m. 


FOR SALE; '971 
La 1 rentlan station 
cMlen condition. $1100. 5( 
592-3691. 


PONTIAC; - - 

won, ex 1969 CHfcVELLE WAGON, 350 AU 
I92-4K-.* • - Y 


350 L C T°, RV a!£§. X V ^. E - 


Capri, V6, 28CO c.c with neader -c 7 - 4 >j L in C cket leafs AM-FM >1971 BUICK SKYLARK, POWER 1975 
Spart Wheels. Racial tires. AM-FM radio S3 300 38M633 « , “' lnn »«rr.Hm w— 

ran in -nrt more. 20,000 miles. raa !?'- 5 i' - " 0 - J83V0JJ ' 


_ and ... 

•4950. or best offer. 592-3574. 


Asking $3500 . 595-5829 , 388*6228. 


CHRYSLER CONVERTIBLE | rim _ 5 ' $?3 9°- _ 


door 

$3850. 


MERCU 
HtT rai 


URY 

.-adials. 

658-8829. 


restored, best 


COUGAR XR7, LOW MILE- 


—- OT LJUVJHR AIL, 

: age, offers. 384-4586 


24.000 miles, $3300. 388-4764 after 6. Pnohe 383-6164 alter 6 p.m. 


MUST SELL. '68 VIVA $250 OR 
best reasonable offer. Needs clutch 
work, 382-0797. 

1972 FIAT STATION WAGON, 
$1300 or best offer. 474-2942. 

'71 MGB ROADSTER. GOOD~CON- 

dltlon. $2,000. 474-1310._ 

1970 ALFA ROMEO GTV 17J0. 
$3,000. 478-1432. 

1975 DATSUN 780Z, EXCELLENT 
condition, sunroof. 598-1S96. 

1954 FOftD FALCON FUTURA, 
-'enerator needs work $300. 
382-0137. 

•71 VEGA STATION WAGON, 
goo-i condition, tested, 5°5C. 
7S4-6933. 

19"> CHEV STAT'ONW’AGON AIL 
new front end. will pass safety tes 
easilr, $-00. 33?-850i! 

T^ 'M°. 1 T ,R2. VERY C-CCD 

condition. Of*ers on ST00. 599 3596. 

Hi TRUCKS. ttUSI » 

AND VANS 

'68 MG MIDGET, 36.03^ WLES, 
M.0CC. '67 Cortina. 35,000 mile*. 
<500. 598-6462. 

•65 CHEV. TELEPHONE SER- 
vlce Truck, ell around good condi¬ 
tion. Tested, $550. 595-7723. 

1972^ MONTE CARLO, Ex¬ 
cellent condition, radlals, AM-FM, 
niters on $3000. 592-4442. 

1972 DATSUN TRUCK AND CAN- 
oov, aood condition. Tested. $1495. 
595-1141. 

1971 VOLKSWAGEN BEETLE, 
excellent condition, offers, 479-66V2. 

.1973 BUICK ESTATE WAGON, 
jail power. 478-2714. 

'66 CHEV 3 4 TON. 4 SPEED, 
poso-track. S600. 385-2543._ 

'60 MERC V» TON, NEEDS 
motor, $200. 478-6108. 

1/72 TDYOTA AUTOMATIC, 1600. 
12-door offer* on Sl.GOC. 658-8284. 

I '65 CORVAIR : SPEED, 6 
motor. Offers. 479-2657. 

NEW 1977 LONG BOX MAZDA 
truck, 6,000 miles. 478-7990. 























































































































































































































46 £Ddlly Colonist Victoria, L.C., Saturday, Nov. 26, 1UT 

,154 


M TRUCKS. Bl>ES 
and VANS 

Certified 

AIR 

BRAKE 

Course 

IN VICTORIA DECEMBER 3rd 
34J0 DOUGLAS ST. 
385-8212 or 598-5404 


TRICKS. BUSES 
And vans 


j 15* 


TIRES 


CAMPER SPECIAL 

1976 GMC 34 too. 350, V8, power 


] 76 Ford 3 /i Choteau 
12 Pass. Club Wgn. 

V 8 auto. P.S., P.B., smoked glass 
; ail round. 1 owner with only 20,000 
; miles with all rear seats removed. 
[Has tremendous carpeted cargo 
space. 

65 GMC VAN 

. 6 cylinder, standard, mag wheels, 
completely finished interior. 

Bargain Buy $1895 

DE PAPE MOTORS LTD. 

1407 Broad St! 384-8035 

D-00264A 


I LIKE NEW TUBELESS SNOW 1 
, tires, two Dunlop studded 654-14 , 
I <50. Two Goodyear Suburbanites 
1550-14 *40. Spare tire 800-14. 

I 362-2207. _._ 

[TWO H 78x15 RADIAL STUDDED 
snow tires. On 6 bolt G.M.C. rims. 
642-539L__ 

J FOR SALE: TWO G78XI5 STUD 
;ded, recapped- winter tires. Like 
v new, $k>. 382-1388. 


SNOW TIRES 

ALL SIZES AND TYPES 
IN STOCK 

Radials - Belted 
4 plys - Recaps 

D&D TIRE | 

I 1620 BLANSHARD 
382-7283 

batteries and'aMO*'Ifc^V.W.' Th?s j ^ an ^ 31 I,aSS€nger SNOW TIRES, FIRESTONE,! 

unit is a one owner truck in im- type liuses. gas or ClOlseI 1 7.50x16, 3 < ton Fdrd. used once, 

maculate condition. For further availnhlo All hnvp Goodyear studded 15", summer i 41 , CJ1 .. , . 

information, please phone < powered aianaoie. am nave „ 14 „ Fire5 tone. Phone A ^ FM ,ape . P'«vers, cas- 

--- t,Hn D.inrk .r.Ha'.lt rl.liA. 


106 CARS AND TRUCKS 
WANTED 


WANTED 
TO BUY 


161) PAUTS. ACCESSORIES 


TOP QUALITY 
CARS 
DePaae Motors Ltd. 

HOT Broad SI. 384-8035 


PAMPERS. TRAILER); 
and MOTOR HOMES 


HIM ... 

VANGUARD 


I Oil >101111.1 HOMES 
AND PARKS 

R0BINH00D 

Sales and Service 


waste not your hard-earned cash. 

Wny rent when you can own a new 
Roblnhood Home? 

' SPECIAL P'U.J-fc 

1 Used 2-bedrm. single wide with 

furnace. 383-4082. 


I!17 HOUSEKEEPING 
ROOMS TO RENT . 

CLEAN, COMFORTABLE HOUSE- 
1 keecing room tor rent, near Gorae 
Hospital, for working man, S98 

[monthly. 477 - 4991 . 

HOUSEKEEPING ROOM. FUR 
1 nished. share bath, on University 
! bus route, utilities Included, 5110, 
598-2186 after 4. 


*00 APARTMENTS TO 
RENT I NFI R.YISHED 


information, please phone 

KEN ALGER 

Empress Pontiac Buick GMC Ltd. [camper conversion. 
382-7121 DL01227A 388^5382' 


74 DODGE VAN 
CONVERSION 
Less than 21,000 miles on this im- 


sky view windows, ideal for 
Priced 

from $5,500 to $7,000. Phone 
or write Bill Mooney. 
Brewster Transjjort Com¬ 
pany Limited, Box 1140. 


CAR SOUND WE PAY 

AA CM nlaaarc rat. * ’ “ " # » I 


385-7202. 


TWO PIRELLI RADIAL SNOW I Poetise installations, 
tires, 195x14 tubeless, FR78-14. 5 B-C SOUND & RADIO SERVICE! 
hole Toyota rims with hub caps, | 531 FORT __ J83-473’ 

5200. Two Mini tires on steel _ ... . _ _ 

Beauty rims, $30. 479-5716. SPRINGS 


Sic'uiatY iinVtw« frlclQ.. (ur., Pa»y 1 J, SW TIRES. GOODYEAR j |‘o i N °lniKKHn V B er, RS&r.V» r m 

pace, stove, ratsed roof, elc^ Let's i Banff. Alberta. (403) .02- , ™ r 7t Thiels' ' B °2 s, * r h « l “' ««m» Heat 3S2-< V21 

■aa vour otter under St.OCO. For , m S!'' ,,,a O' ‘ irs - 

personal service and appo]Ptment 3241. ^_._ otters on S50o°lus 38jiiul 


see your 

personal *_.- — — - 

to view, call FRED MAGUIRE, at 

382-7121, or 592-3130. Empress Pon- 1977 MODEL YEAR-END SALE! ,. , AiruKl . 1N1 c . nT< . 

I 1 .C B ute* SlVtC Ltd. OU tmiA. _ 1 1. 1W OMC ajpton »»■ metal UOTS o OF 

TRUCKS 2 1977 GMC JIMMY'S with American cars, best offer, also 4 

1973 FORD'.-Ton and Gam Cwoee! drive s left. J« , <Vj ds ' ° snope 

canopy $2995 3 1977 GMC SUBURBANS. 1 368-62^8 or 479-1543. 

!»! DODGE* j-ton Fw.r Woo™ ''*<*" *” * •»'*' °< »"'» 1 

$1900 

1975 DOOGE 1-toh Automatic 


tlie Highest Prices for 
Your Clean Used Car 
TRY US-YOU'LL BE 
SURPRISED! 
Empress Pontiac Buick 
GMC LTD. 

DL0l327A 


all redecorated and beautiful 
—77 MODELS PRICED TO SELL. 

Terrific savings on these. 
—RENTAL CLEARANCE SALE. 
77 rentals are real. 

MONEY SAVERS: Cnoose from 
—6 campers 
—2 mini-homes 
—1 truck and camper 


USED 


173 BOLER fridge and htg. $2195 
Long box Toyota canopy top $ 225 
5 1 .a 77 VANGUARD loaded $4495 


LARGE BRIGHT ROOM. CAR- 
caclevlsion, cooking facilities. 

___ _ _ _* working person. | 

eve-Tevel oven and" new furnace. 

jnly $5500. CLEAN FURNISHED ROOM. 

t ,i,, dose to town, with kitchenette.; 

2- bedrm. single wides from $156 Work |ng man or s t U( jent only. $80. 

oer mo. i tin mi 

3- bedrm. double wides from $278 | z a z—.-Zl __. 

per mo. O.A.C. I ROCKLAND MANOR, LARGE 

Come in and see bur nomes local- furnished room with private kltch- 
ed m sooke, Malahat and Colwood, enette, available November 28th. 

are *Junctlon of Happy Valley Rd. -! 

and Sooke Rd. EXCELLENT FURNISHED! 

478-9517 DL0Q422A light housekeeping room, SllO'perj 



PPOPOTieS LTD./ REALTORS 


Prompt Repairs — Free Estimates 
Phone 384-0213 

LOGAN'S RV SERVICE CENTRE 
653 Burnside East near Douglas 


left. 


TROUBLE SELLING YOUR 
CAR OR TRUCK? 

CALL n COME INTO 

__ GARDEN CITY AUTO SALES 

'39 CHEV 'a TON TRUCK PARTS. 2*78 Douglas 382-9111 

r-r-end complete also brakes 
v/heels etc, short block and small 
assorted carls 625 CFM, AFB car- 16* 
buretor recent rebuilt $45. Wanted 


ONE PAIR STUDDED FIRE- . ... - 

1 A orwi Election of ii«um trurK^ i stone radla 1 snow tires, 78x15 on Chev 250 hp hyd cam or other 

_ - ' A FXMD f ’ai ton ,a te model GM wneels, '80. Phone Cnev small block cam hydraulic. — 

Flat Deck $4800 -_®i ia ^15 i ,,’’i, h , «6-5652 evenings or Saturdays. Will swap 37s hp solid lifter cam 

IM» F0R “ V>-ton 360 Automatic.„,SU5! r ,JSSlS, fSiJZ! SHf‘Ah .., - a ^ ~~ ru T71 ° r (0f I 75 - _ 

LSI*°s N 50 Ch w E ,X,' custom fitted, fully WASH-1 

chrome rims, llke_ new. S-o. w tin b , S hAi*oskin rar seat overs 


(AMPKRS. TRAILERS 
ami MOTOR HOMES- 


PARTS And 
Accessories Store 

EVERYTHING IMAGINABLE Ti 
BUILD OR EQUIP YOUR R.V 

RENTALS - REPAIRS 

PEDEN R.V. LTD 
386-3464 


Triendln 
iMobilc *lComez 


' BUYING OR SELLING? 

For a sincere interest in your 
needs call: 


1911 QUADRA 

"THE APARTMENT 
SPECIALISTS" 

386-3124 

INVERNESS 
MANOR 

960 INVERNESS 
(OFF CLOVERDALE 
NEAR QUADRA) 

Now Ooen—Enioy the living of e 

——■■ - --- 'new apt., one or two bedrooms 

HIGH QUADRA, MODERN FUR- located in QUIET residential sur- 
n:shed room, respectful mature, roundings yet close to bus end 
working person, $95, 382-3840 after stores, complete with deluxe appli- 
5. ances, drapes, wall-to-wall, with 

some suites featuring a large bub¬ 
ble window in the dining room. 
, Children welcome. Rents from 
$195. 


ROOM WITH LOFT BED AND 

I i ifchen, Iridge and stce included, 
older home, all utilities, $110. 
1 385-3721. 


W7.30 — $10C. CLEAN, UTILITIES 
Included, gentleman, close in, 

62£-3£65. 


Prices have been slashed. Beat the 
DOGWOOD TRAILER SALES j!?Z 8 .nf'ic® ph0 « ne 

2630 DEVILLE ROAD 478-6841 , CHARL E PETERSON, now for 

DL 27940 personal service at Empress Pon- 

---tlac Buick GMC Lfd., 382-7121 or 

75 Ford V* Ton R ”- >«**■ . -- 

Camper Special, Explorer with 1976 

PQwer steering, power brakes, 360, P.Mr $,-TflN 4v6 

CI.D„ sliding rear window. To see LiMt_ 4 4X4 

and test drive please call BOB Low m;lleage on this one! A one 
FAYLE at CORNELL CHEV- owner dandy. See, or phone me 
OLDS LTD., 3050 Douglas, 385-5777 personally and make your offer, 
or (res.) 382-2944. D-00581A. This one won't last. 

NEWT LARGE 


’FliZZT’ Unik^waapn able - shedoskin car seat overs. 

£ h r* v -Yo, ?K, p ofs tor v° IKswaflen '. Cool in summer, warm in winter. 1 

$65. 384-5 397._^_ Merino, Lower Commerce Mall. 

TIRES $15 EACH Douglas and View St. Across from | 

Volkswagen tires including mount- 1 E atons .__ 1 

ed snows, new condition, various SUPER CAR STEREO AND TAPE 1 
other parts. 479-7975._ 1 sa)e New in dash g-track radios 

TWO 165X14 RADIAL PLY. t from 11 *®*t S; Us S? ,spe kl 5 ec 
Pirelli studded snow tires. Mount -1 up- Used tapes-50c up. New Beetle 
ed on MGB mag rims, like new, I tapes $4.99. Universal Trading 
>110”. 4/9-2C42. Centre. 584 Johnson St. 383-9512. 


DOMINION 

MOTORS 


FIRST ANNUAL 

TRAVELAIRE 

' , PRE-CHRISTMAS 

SALE-A-THON 

THE 1ST YEAR- of our annual 
iravelaire Pre-Christmas sale is, 
1 NOW ON; Every model they tutld. 


ATTRACTIVE ROOM, ALSO 

e, smk, siove fridge. 16U Qf)U C D C p T PLACE 

1-1C02 Goldstrtam Ave. Victoria ' H ehmond. _ ^iimtfORTST 

Vic.. 474-1288 Mill Bay 74.-5564 HOUSEKEEPING SUITE, SHARE i (NEAR LINDEN) 

_ _ bath single girl. Fairfield area. Now Open — Our too floor suites 

383-9627. are unique with hiah vaulted cell- 

SACRIFICE. SALE CLOSE TO TOWN, EVERYTHING I |ignt. P Thds di n|w ^dldln^'iswt^fhe 

I included. Call '386-1027 Monday- : bus route, close to schools and 
0 m • corner stores yet you can walk to 

^ STitu t0 ' fcn ease. Come and see 

‘ these one or two-bedroom suites. 


' aTovaTTiTow included. Call '386-1027 
Vas $234)00. NOW $17,500 j Friday between 6-8 o.m. 

/••X40 DOUBLE WIDE, call Keith CL~EA n7 _ OWN~ KITCHEN WITH, 


i at 4/4-6434 or 473-0034. 

ADMIRAL HOMES LTD. 
2500 FLORENCE LAKE RD. 
D-01343A 


Sober gentleman. 1007 John- 

; son. 

NEAR FORT AND COOK, STOVE* 
fridge, sink, furnished, cablevision, 
384-5920. 


WYCHBURY 
MANOR 


HOME OF 

-LAYTON—HOLIDAIRE trailers 

__ , —GALAXlE 

/A..., /-Aimcn iycaU i uitvw, FOUR 12 X 16.S TIRES AND! Wkv/ 11 Ynnr fnr? Campers and canopies 

69 VW CAMPER Empress Pontiac Buick GMC Ltd. ranger spoke wheels. $399. Pan | Why bell 'OUT V^QT. ^m N OOK° Motor Homes 
Window Van, 4-speed, camperlzed. 382-7121 DL01227A 475-8434 dora...Furniture, 1050 Pandora. 1 Have vour import or domestic en- -CHINOOK Motor Homes 

Good condition. Only 29,000 miles. 


DROP IN TODAY ANO SEE the 
•new 1978 17', 19V70' models. Ihe 3| 
tmost popular 'trailers around. 
PLUS the Fabulous 23 ft. TRAVE- 
'LAIRE MINl-MOTORHOME. 


To View please call GLEN LOCK 
HART at CORNELL CHEV- 
OLT)S LTD., 3050 Douglas, 
3S5-5777, D-00£81 A. 


ALMOST HEAVEN 
'76 Chev. short bbx, sleet side. 
American Turbines, radial T.A. s, 
lowered and custom paint. $4500 or 
best offer. Evenings and Sunday 
only 652-1692. __ 


LOWEST PRICED 
4-WHEEL DRIVE 

77Vz SUBARU 4x4 

$5,530 

Plus freight, dealer preo. 
BRIAN HOLLEY SUBARU 
3319 Douqlas St. 
384-1161 DL0C903A 


383-6319. 


4x4! 


FOR RENT: 15 
Maxi-Van, ideal 
croups. Available over 
Fully insured. Call 479-7376 
477-4095. 


gine done bv professional re- 
1 , . nr -. -rr-,H ..a., builders. Rebuilt engines available. 

2 F78X14 BELTED, WW SNOW i $ea Power and Machine, 656-4341. 

I tires, 1 mounted, on Aspen Volare-- 

; wneel, excellent condition. $65. COMPRESSOR WITH AIR-TOOLS: 
j 477-5058. 1 for bodywork, small block Chev 1 

I rAi.~ t ~ A '< g —«——uciwv parts mags. tires, starters,; 

! FOR SALE: 2 700X15 .^.EAVY-l c | U t C h e5( transmissions, fans, fuel- i 
j duty snow tires, mounted, tike pum ps, pistons, mufflers, beilhous- 
"fTr 6 S45 * 8Ch ‘ Pft0n# 478 *® 921, int > 5 ' mlsc - 382-1255. 

- i * ' ■ -—rrrrr i RADIATOR REPAIRS, FAST TOP 77 ITASCA'22 'ff.’MIni 

TWO SNOW TIRES, H78X14, au alily repairs at Maurice's Auto 7; BALBOA Motorhome 

wmiaIaH aa Ct.nl, ,In.< t.ihtlnl, X . .n* , , - , nn, nnn, ,, , .n,.n . n - 


RENT 

A CHINOOK 
And Head South! 


_ _ TIRES. 

. mounted on 5-hole rims, tubtless. Body ’427 Beta St, phone 386-3381 75 LIONEL 120 
PASSENGER ,'74 Ford ’'i ton 4x4. V8. automatic, belted, fits ail GM. Like new. $75. or y 38-1-HD54. Located behind the 70—17' CITATIONETTE 
teens or Ppwer steering, wwer brakes. \ 598-8407. Surnside Pav and Save Gas Sta- 67—31' AIRSTREAM 

Xmas, only 26,000 miles..For further In -1 - gc . ^, mTC p I ti 0n — -- — ' 

formation contact: 6.00x12 TUBELESS, TWO WINTER, "v*!:- 

ALAN SHEARXE3 [tires and one summer tire. 5.50x12 FOUR CHEV l4X7_ CRAGAR 


74 JEEP 3 4 TON V-8, 4-SPEED, 4 
wheel drive, P.S., P.B., 20.000 
miles, with steel off road box., )977 

Offers. VICTORIA 4-WHEEL' S ' T 5 , 
DRIVE. 597 Hillside at Rock Bay, | a 25 £ 

- - n A 7 QOC ' cuu 


n .. ^ .two summer tires. 

Empress Pontiac Buick GMC Ltd. »« or a u A 42.3108 
382-7121 DL01227A 500 rcr a "' 


condition. ,naas with tires. Posi rear end 
with 4ll gears Two 15x10 alunY- 
T...A r , B .r WA., cwnuu m,m spoke mags. GM 375 horse 

1W7 FORD WINDOW VAN . !&?. ,S 'on vS!»o S K ^IJ, ^ ""' rS 

over new. Econoline Sfi0 pair. 2 . 6.85 bv 15 WW snow ! 4 " “_ JV __ 

• wheel base, tires, good shape $20 pair. 592-4185. TWO 6-CYLINDER 250 CU. »N. 

1 engines, A-l condition. May be 
seen running. Will install. Also 


GOOD USED BUYS! 

-- . $18,995 

$ 12,200 
Si/95 
$3595 
$8250; 

S4?v5 _ 

$1895 CAMPERS NEW 

1978 9'’' WESTERN 
FRIJILOK automatic, safety latch (Shower Model! 
lor vour iridge door, $3.95. 


14' WIDE HOMES m OR SIOS. FAIRFIELD. WALL 1 , N«i-'“dellM H f UI SIw A 'fbrtra><T. 

Momj&inTD. 1 ’* r^ wstfis Wiis'zx 

Modern Park Soact FAIRFIELD AREA WITHIN enb of - L A m Pson St. For added 

Available with all Sales walking distance stores bank convenience the 1 2-bed room suites 
Then place your order for your 478-17S1 n ,2S?i JatkMn Rd laundry, bus. Fireplace. 382-3463. |hJthr«vm ihi r %o*r tSUf 

choice You'll te given a very DL01280A --—-- - t>ainroom right off the master bed-, 

[SPECIAL PRICE, that will not be NOW OPEN for vour convenience ROOM JWITH KITCHENETTE, room, school half a tlock awav 

repeated again. For full details Mon.-Frl., 9 a.m.-5 p.m. quiet place. Ladies only. Carberry anb . a _ tennis court across the 

I visit COAST LINE before Dec. 15. 1 _Sat. 9-5 Sun. 1- 5 Gardens at Fort. 477-5878 ._ ( street. Children welcome. 

wcxT ^YEAR'S ^FABULOUS SUM*- ESTATE SALE LARGE BRIGHT ROOM. M A- DAMHAI Dl A/”* C 

• Tt 5 L 4 4 12' wide 2 bedroom, centre kitch- 1ure gentleman only, references rAlNUAL KLALt 

en, ground level entry, in excellent $85 inclusive. 386-1884. 1368 PANDORA AVENUE 

adult park. in' Victoria. Profes- - - , ; There are only three 2-bedrooms 

s.onal build-on and carport on 'W CtWSVN HARM. CQ2V , eft in this we ii-lo-cated building, 

cement pad. washer and dryer, rooms, men only, S90-S100 . 382-8375. which j s c | 0 se to schools, tus 

iridge, stove, large freezer, air-*-........ ...... ... - 

conditioned, redecorated, all new »oo APARTMENTS 'IN) 
snag carpet, landscaped. $11,900 


MER. 


SALE DEFINETELY ENDS 
DEC. 15. 1977 
ACT NOW! 


COASTLINE 

RAILER CENTRE 
1621 island Hwv. 478-0933 

D-28-172 


47b J165, 743-5000. 


306-6511. D-27898.__ power steering, brakes. Automatic! 

FOR SALE, 1963 LANDROVER, - 3S ! v ’ 3 . r adTo t spare, and jack, |TH > REE iti RADIAL^NOW ^TljlES, 
4-wheel drive, blue with 
white top, great for 
camping, must sell, $1400. Call;y, 

Sunday only 385-0823. 


removable ; privacy'a | »ss. heavy duty suspen G78-14 ''•« ‘If?'' *2° « ach or three four barrel carb and manifold for 

sklinq and sion 4500 miles ideal commercial for $50. 477-1960. _small block Chew V-8. 477-4510. 

$1400. Call .r* a ^V >*? customize. _ AIO cia.ic diaa. , 


..._ ready 

>385-5911, 382-6660 evenings. 


SHEEPSKIN CAR SEAT COVERS. 


4 WHEEL DRIVE SPECIALISTS L’L r ™? [> c ,^“£ U ;. E ( | 
motor, transmission, differential 1 ^nteri, ied -, campe!rized ,van, 
uirw c ustom nsta lailoons. 1 p . roo,ea < n suiaiea, 


service. Custom 
Frederick Motors, 
383-6632. 


PAIR OF GMC, F78-15 RIM 

_1 mounted F . ir ® s,p "« .. r ,®t , re ^ 0 f »Hv washable. $35. Hurry, Stock 

250. tires , in pe rfec t con ditio n. 479 -3624. Limited!'Merino lower Commerce 

’sink fridae* TWO 7.35X14 SNOW TIRES, ^ a '>' Dogpla* and View St. Across 

smK, triage, very aoo<j conditjon $35 pair, i from Eatons. _ 


tong wneti oosc V8, -g, 
steering, power brakes, ava- azu/. 


, . tl -.... -. - riiaK . _B.C. AUTO WRECKING 

. _ -- 8.800 miles, under warranty $6900.1 for SALE: PAIR 15" SNOW, T -tv, 

'77 DOOGE Vi TON 8,000 MILES, 384-3156. I tires with rims and studs, phone Ltiu. 

standard 6 cylinder, tape dock. / .a.ton ali nfw ’592-0406. Now wrecking most makes of cars 

facfory cenopy, imrnaculate condi- LjSj ^Somatic with^ shift kit! riE TS .o, v ! a »d Pickup*. 652-1181. 

t on. $4300 firm. 386-068/ aner 0 'c^in* r,,etrv,YT r.imnu ta * J ..r 


tlon. $4300 firm. 3864)687 after 
p.m. 


- . sets OF 4-PLY STUDDED 1 

Endura paint, custom canopy, TA |Snow tires> 78xl3( $20 . h-78x15, $50, 

__ 15" radials, with chrome rims. , lmn ci nAW 

rno calE■ '64 FORD ECONO-'tt«f st 3-speed shifter, sldeplpe,----- 

line Vam only 6.000 miles on new rad io, 246-9339, Crofton. _ FOUR NEAR NEW SNOW AND | 

reconditioned , "“'or ^artlallv VOLKSWAGEN CREWCAB. | 4 °£ ,!x,6 - S *■“ 

comperi^zed^ SMO or best offer. p j C K UDi needs rear engine mount 5500 firm. 47V 3869. 


17C3 BLANSHARD ST. 

1 Across from Hudson's Bay park¬ 
ing lot), Victoria, B.C., 385-5012. 
Dealer Licence Number D-00448A 


Truck Wrecking 


L.V. IlMCI lt=«, W" 

Phone 382-1668 after 5. 


land muffler, everythin*; else 

) or best offer. 479-0506, ask for (j re5i Gulf 
,595-1194. 


1974 GMC 3 . TON WINDOW VAN, 

tower steering, brakes, radio, new . M arK - __ 

uainf iob $3905. 1964 3 ion flat deck , 74 F0RD F250 a 4 TON, V-8 AU-| NE W ALL STATE DELUXE 
ex-army S12C0 or best offer, tomatic. radio, new tires on split 5 now tires, C78-I3, fits 700-650-13, 
484-6935 after 6. r j ms , Fibermold canopy with roof best offer. 4774)701. __ 

'69 CHEV. SHORT BOX STEP yfeJJJj? 0 milCS ' S3600 - 38J ’ ,B68 TWONSETS 13» SNOW TIRES ON 

side, rebuilt 327. vi-heels and new ° r /84)916 : --irims. fit Dalsun or Toyota, $50 

•ires, 4:11 turbo -00 best offer. 1975 CUSTOM FORD VAN, 3 4 TON pair. 47B-'230 
383-8801. _ t _| V-8, Dual tanks, headers and 1 


BIG BLOCK PONTIAC. 3-SPE.ED 
y...* , q* v KIVI cTiinnen au, ° $ p PO r turbine, retuilt. $275. 10 

TWO 4-PLY NYLON STUDDED ^ 1 , - 67 Canso rear end( s50 . Stock 
n..n H78-15, almost new. Ford uuslana trailer hitch. $15. 


TENT TRAILERS 

Lionels, Leisurecrafts and Lextras 
From $595 

TRAVEL TRAILERS 
— 5THS 

Roadrangers, Sundowners, Alio 
’ and Bolers. All Sizes 13'-31' 

j MOTORHOMES 

Winnebago and Empress 
qootf selection, trades welcome 
TRUCK CAPS from 

Propane — Accessories 
Service — Sanl-Station 


Buy Right Homes 

New double wioes and I4*s 
Wilderness Use<1 Homes over 60 new sites 
$5892 Trans Canada and Soencer Ro. 

1971 f”WESTERN Wilderness (Hwy 1) Ooen daily till 6 P.M 

1973 6 WcSTtRN wilderness w2is , 474 _ 2 (Langford) __Dl01927 

1978 (f $3520 SN0W »S ALL GONE DRIVE 

TBAM?B?NFW 83520 north to Gordons and save, all 

1978 17' WILDERNESS 55338 1 d 'ff‘. lav . ‘ftSSonsTSSli \t Sales 

!ot I?:’ko«fo1t ness iSS 1 -Ssfsa Woe '" 5al “ 


CAMPERS USED 

1976 9*/ RANDELL (twfrto, toilet, 
furnace, jacks) $3000 

1975 8!/ EXTON (twfrlg, furnace, 
oven) $2600 

1972 RANDELL (twfrlg, furnace) 

$1750 


miles south of Ladysmith 
on Ihe Island Highway. Phone 
245-3946. DLG0237A. 


TOURISTS 

With over 100 ’ndividual years of | 
knowledge. Happy Valiev Homes, 
at 2681 Sooke Rd. Has ihe know-: 
how to service vour housing needs | 
quickly and efficiently. D100832. 
j 478-8303_ 

<*WN YOUR OWN PROPERTY 
y' -M 80x200 seaview lot. 3 bedrm double 
S1B50 wide $4000. dov/n payment, $381.10 
Per mo. to qualified party. Friend- 

1973 24' RANDELL 5th Whee'! I hrs. Ato or* Bay’ 74M5^! - 

r,r> bolef |«» ( DL0 ' 435A - '• ,ow ■ 04ld ’f r “"’ * ve - I 


TRAILERS USED 
1976 32' KIT with tipout 
1964 1 3' ESTAVILLA 
16' ROAD Kinq 
1972 21' RANDELL Jtti Wheel 


R11 NT I* NTT • ItMSI 1KI) 

NEW 

Condominium 

Luxury 

LOW RENTS 

Two Bedrooms 
Covered Parking 
$249 

Mature Adults — No Pets 

VILLA LISA 
1116 QUEENS 

Res. Manager 

Suite 101 
Phone 386-3646 


VICTORIA 4-WHECL DRIVE 
FREE WHEELING HUBS »or any | 
make of 4-wneel drive. D-13S21. 

597 Hillsloe at Rock Bay 386-6511 j 


jss.rw’ . s „ u b pe p r b, c sS' lawss sjs 

camper special, canopy Included. 3B4-9-.3, J84-zuBy. 

-4500. 658-1061. 


FOR SALE: 1964 MGB BLOWN 

_motor complete, sold as a unit 

TWO MOUNTED only. Pr.on? collect. Frank Smith, 

- - ■ snow tires, i 826-9229 Mission. S200 or best offer 

CHEV TRUCK PARTS! T20 15" , Ptf. 656-5504 



- 1969 GMC "70- STEP-'H WINDOW JJImH HR*U &?“»«•*!! bJSlilr.'‘SS. £« 

*' ; L' F ° RD go k, T ?o N n d^o cus s T !r nSaifer. _ ?->_«-• _ 

Phone^304-8075, extension '328 ana j“ 8 ' 5 “ H1 0r »“««' <*<"■ ShSVYTrES G) 8 X15. STUDDED| YOUNG BOY WOULD LIKE 


FENNELL’S 

| TRAILER SUPPLIES LTD. 

Parts— Propane-Repay* iJggm* A vJ. 

CANOPIES ^ - 

DIJ0C248B 2 styles of VAN-TOPS 


Rari< Pacific 


leave phone number. 


__•_ on qm rally wheels. H76xl4, 


ix.1 POWER 1975 FORD FJSo AiNGER XLT! mOUMed. 679-)S)3. 

• r . * *■ rannnu _ . - I___ 


un-, small older car for a hobby proi- 
ect "to keep me off the streets" 
ask for John. 479-6262 or 385-8365. 


WILLE MOTORS 


! furnished. Only S279. per mo. 

O.A.C. Call - we're friendly. 

Friendly Mobile'Homes. 474-1258 — 

24 hrs. or Mill Bay 743-55W 
DLC1635A. l-100^Goldstream A*e 

10X45 — 2 BEDROOM 
Only $8,900. 51,000 down payment 
I with payments of $144.31 per mo. 

O.A.C. Friendly Mccile Homes AVAILABLE Dec 
.474-1288 — 21 hrs. or Mill Bav 
743-5564. DL01635A. 1-1002 Gold- 

1mm 910 sq. it 

12X66 2-BEDROOM STATESMAN 1-Bedroom 
i partly furnished, carport, sundeck, 
j :»l shed, all gardening tools, gar- S W 1 m in i n g JXXJl 
oeners' dream in beautiful location ii,.hhv? 
at Mill Bay, $17,000. Phone ,Ior,D > 

5954177. room. 


IX)RD HARLEY Am. 
’220 Quadra 
Mayfair Area 

w*" 

2-Bedroom, l J g Bath 


$295.00 1 
5217.00 


t away f 

QUADRA TERRACE 

1 902 CALEDONIA 

DELUXE BACH. SUITE 
Available Dec. 1 

Heatinq, hot water and parking 
are InJuded In rent. Buildlna tea 
tures an elevator, sauna and is in 
walking distance to City. Centre. 

DONEGAL APTS/ 

2533 DOWLER PLACE 
Family Apartment Block 
1 and 2 bedrooms 

JUST REDUCED 

The location Is close to all schools, 
snapping, bus and within walxing 
distance to town. Comfortable 
I suites with wall-to-wall carpetinq, 
drapes, controlled entrance and el¬ 
evator. Rents starting at $160. 

i 1134 QUEENS 

(NEAR COOK) 

A new building, well laid out 
suites, with wall-to-wall carpets, 
deluxe appliances and large balco¬ 
nies. Schools within Va block. The 
building- features controlled en 
trance, laundry room and lots of 
• parking space. Children welcome. 
Rents starting al $160 tor l ted 
room and $240 for two bedroom. 

1025 KINGS RD 

KINGS AT FIFTH 
Each, t bedroom. This new build 
ng has LARGf suites with wail 
‘.o-wall carpeting, good closet and 
elevator. Seconds away from 
stores and buses and is located on 
a quiet street 


room. 


oA 7 irinn 0 ^^rak<* super cab, trailer special, canopy. TWO cjEEL BELTED RADIAL 

tanks. ’ Ford canooy. $6,200. ,oat *®^- 42,000 miles. $6,000. snow tires. 195x14 (F78xU) like SMALL BLOCK^ CHE^VY^ STOCK j 

477-8494. i 856-6338. _ , new, $100 pair. 474-2949. 


1 rex mobile home, ioxj?, i Mature Adults 

I bedroom, unfurnished. Adult Park 
I Offers. 592-0224. 


42,000 miles ...._ __ __ _,__ 

new, $100 pair. 474-2949. 1 heads iust rebuilt, best offer, dual 

- a dtc rAO (ai ec-i---——„ • -—rc, l point super coil new. used, $100 

1972 CHEV Va TON PICKUP, rucv . ART ^ CAR SALES SNOW TIRES. STUDDED RE- or sell seqarafe. 598-3207. 

' - ■ tires, new F) CHEV -: tm mckup V-B,; c>opM radials. SR1S5-)S. two lor —- - 

good condi- condition S 55. tii-mi. 


_ miles, _ 

muffler and tune-up, 
tlon, $2,400. 656-2807. 


OBLIVION EXPRESS 


[STUDDED TIRES ON DODGE 
i TWO UN,ROYAL. STUDDEDh"* 
?"0W tires on nms. slK 78-15 .ron,; .. accfss or.ei,; two 


SEE our CAR AD 

In Today's Classified 
CLASS 150 

WILLE MOTORS LTD. 
3240 Douglas at Cioverdale 
382-2313, OPEN 9 'til 9 P.M. 
D-0Q84CA 


».*»7 , S f 0 n L 'doe?'s.h«| T s ER ro ?5 ’« CI«?"v.n';"fuW cSiimlad. Fold «r”i77-OTi%v’;SnS'-tVAUANT __ 

^•it 8 R<Ut offer takas Phon# Don ovar W.500 invested. Offers to !mounted snow tires, heavy dur 

iskx. ssjir - p ". ■ hi,ch - s,s - s8 '’- 

4' N JnM| N dHv 0 e!‘ A o L ood S co°ndi'. Ado, bad)d. CB 10SO X 16.5 WL n,W. ,78-7061. _ 

bon.' Must sell. Will consider all ch*lin tires n 525iW4 N#W i J1U 

offers. 385-3747._|$ 11,350. Askin g $7000. 4794724. — | J ’’ w " ’ ’[FOR SALE:. ACADIAN BODY, , 1970 TORINO WAGON. P.S., P.B.. 


FOR RENT, 1976 32’ EXECUTIVE 
motor home, sleeps 7, TV, stereo, 

— - - bar, microwave, etc. Available for 

2 1974 DODGE DART WHEELS Christmas Holidays, >500 per 
for disc brakes, used snow tires, week. No mileage. O.K. Trucking 
NEW SNOW TREfS, 478-4594, morninqs. Co. Ltd., 386-3414. 

fit la-ton Ford, 


Custom Building and 
Van Conversion* 

652-3M1 

6459 Patricia Bay Hwy. 

OPEN’ 7 DAYS A WEEK 

DflD'C 

U\JU J jSKI CABIN, kUKBIUUCN ri_M- ~ r . . » t , 

. . te-au. Furnished 8x38 trailer on ( IlNlr- ^ KA A 

MOBILE HOMES LTD. power, water and septic tank V./IN L 0/V\/\L.L. 

25 Crease 3o6-3623 Snow roof , 4x i 2 porc h. sleeps 6 ___ 

DL 0(M14A nicely. $3800 . 383-7266. PF| 

USED TRADFS 1% an/t Rmnit 

'76 18' SKYLARK tandem $4850 : _ 


TOCKIST 

ACCOMMODATION 

I SKI CABIN, FORBIDDEN PLA 


Pets 

Call Mr. Salon. 38G-3711 

CHILDREN 

WELCOME 


015 KINGS RD. 

ca-ina QUADRA AND KINGS 

' This new building has bachelor 
keereation and one-oedroon> suites available 
Features include: Controlled en 
trance fridge, stove, on tus route. 
Sorry No cl0 ** stores. 


1333 PANDORA 


.... .* yah.y - ,small block Chevy parts and MG equipped to pull 1970 17' Travel 

fridge dolly. PAIR NEAR NEW SNOW TIRES. I parts, 384-5082. Trailer with stove, two-way fridge. 

,r rt\ ...... t haltaH tin Pjlir -- -- 


2L.82P«./f s .L e .^.^^. M& 0 t.I°!L wl f™M 2 ’.X.L....... -- ---- 

SSr sh * 0 " mus ’ K-6 1558 . *» ■ are aw 3 • 

79 _ rHFV. ,i TON CAMPER SPE- 1 MUST SELL OR TRADE 1577 : GR70XI5" .RADIAL, SNOW5_ ON «B-OT79 s»M,»tel». 112-743-28,1. 

cial, low mileage, many extras. Toyota 5-speed, side pioes, maqs. 5-hoie Fo r ^ , '5J: Naw - No m two cptc toon x m Jpwfi IT S A BUYERS MARKET 

3^-1440° W S52Sff l * t * COntH,i ° n; 0,,erS ' ”°° f ' rm ———--frSSc fire TS cha?n?° e?cellen/ E cor5h I WMInl motor home lass han 

■71 “DODGE B-100 VAN, PAN- 59 —^_PAIR OF 7.75. X 14 SNOW TIRES Iffon, $125. Set. 477-6083. 1 ’5 I ,0 S9. l Ara«S°'hv ^Alrstream' 

elled, carpeted, trick paint, $3200 1969 FORD PICKUP TON' with rims, good shape. 3834)522, 4-BARREL COMPLETE S5,900; Victoria Mobile Homes! 

firm. 383-5693._lig* vv *& aftef — ___ __ ’runs, $150. Rebuilt turbo. 400. $200. . DOI569A, 474-1201. 


TRAVEL TRAILERS 
5th WHEELS 
MINI HOMES 
PARTS-PROPANE 
SERVICE 


SACRIFICE 
Westphalia pop-too camper, 
miles, orange. 477-7852. 


OKANAGAN 


1973 VOLKSWAGEN 9 wr? e n r P «S° 3090 r ^EAR NEW H78-14 BELTED, or trade for turbo ?5C. 385-9559. 
1 - V 51^)0 orflan ,f> ,r8de - 388 ‘ 9 ^ 32 or 5f5-3090. s)udded< v^aii, snow tires, V» 


76 CHEVY Vj TON, SHORT BOX. 

. t«k, i rvi iMr,co Has 3 4 ton suspension. Only 16,000 

1976 FORD VV! TON, 6 CYLINDER mMes Must jsjOO or offers, 
standard, short box, low mileage. ^ 5 . 5 * 87 . 

I^Vv^AN—REBUILT MOTOR. ! “SPc 'SWISS'^ "JH 
ciutch, brakes, $350. 592-4109 or Just tes ted, extras, $3,500. 479-8020 

592-3691._i after S p.m. _ - 

1 '7-1 TOYOTA ,PICKUP ttOjOOO:^ GMC VAN, V-8, AUTOMATIC, 
rr.-les, extras. 1025 Bank Street. pane i an d insulated interior. New 
595-8425. _| tires, paint, good condition, extras. 


WANTED; PA'R C.R.-78X14, RA- .. 

for 1 Toyota, f< 477-^750, M3^5524. Sn °^ i REBUILT _,fpOPER HEAD FOR 


rice. 652-2894. 


, OUTFIT YOUR VAN BELOW 
FULL ROLL CAGE FOR JEEP cost, easy to install bench-oed- 
CJ5, $300 or offers, 642-3037 , 6-9 table, stove, icebox, sink, in cup- 
p.m. ■ boards. Propane tank with pipe. 

Phone 479-3517. 


——- BMC enaln£s from 850-1100, $40'- TILLICUM FURNITURE 

?o R li L n US ^^it B ;^,ut G ii?M R «i ' ,irm ' J77 ' 3771 ' Camper trailer cr boat cushions. 

OT-8M4 jGREEN SEAT COKERS FOR 75 I *"* tr Ha. Guality worK 

- 7—Valiant or Dart, as new. $18. | 

2 HR70X15 GOODRICH TRAIL 478-6547. 1 2612 Spoke Rd. 

Maker radial snow tires, used 


Nigel House at 6:6 Nigel Ave., Vic¬ 
toria. B.C. is a bright modern resi- 
Campers — Trailers — Canopies dence home designed for people 
At Year-End Discount Prices who must move about in wheel- 
— WE INSTALL HITCHES — ichairs or on crutches or-sticks. 
PARTS AND ACCESSORIES i There are sinqle rooms and double 
— REPAIRS — I rooms still available, each with its 

OPEN 9 a.m. : 6 p.m. Mon.-Fri. own specially designed oathroom. 
LOGAN'S RV SERVICE CENTRE Meals are provided In a common 
650 Burnside near Douglas dining room and some domes" 
D-002B7A j services are available. Persons 


384-0213 


I Unique entrance way. This well es 
tablisned building is close to town 
ton bus route. Good parking facili¬ 
ties. l Bedroom at $220. 

LET US HELP YOU WITH 
YOUR NEW APARTMENT 

1 CALL US NOW 
386-3124 

OFFICE HOURS 
Mon to Thors. 9-3 
Friday 9-7 
Sat. and Sun. 10-4 

AFTER HOURS PHONE 

JOHN 385-7561 
KIM 385-8310 

I MODERN, 1-BEDROOM APART- 
1 ment, iueal for older couple or sin¬ 
gle on limited Income. Controlled 
entrance cablevision, heat includ¬ 
ed. Laundry facilities. Walking dis¬ 
tance shopping, bus stop at door, 

__ _ .. I Off-Street parking. Immediate 

'room and' some" domestic 1037 CLOVERDALE AVE. 388-631* ^ 0 *^ s n s 1 i°^; 7 _ p ^ )n * 477-7884, 7-9 
i are available. Persons in v a-m. or 5-7 p.m. 


Nigel House 
for the 

Physically Disabled 


One Month 
Free Rent 

New buildinq,- 855 Carrie Street. 
Esquimau. For further information 
; please call Resident Manaoer, 
382-8090 office 384-9793. 



j lower income brackets should j 
i qualify for government rental as¬ 
sistance. 


'63 MERC RANGER, 25,000 Between 5 and 7. 3M-4555. 
miles, on rebuilt 390, 4 speed. Call 1959 GMC SCHOOL BUS, MOTOR mSA 

af ter 5. 642 -303 7. home, good condition, camperized, -- - — , 

'50 CHEVY Va-TON PICK-UP, 383 1 needs finishing, asking $24)00. TWO STUDDED _Gj 78X14 ^SNOW 
Dual 4-barrels, automatic_with I 385-0001. 


LObo'miles! 388-6137. ' 167 MUSTANG PARTS, COM-1 DUE J® '^NfSS SELL.NG 1976 ’ 

-a ete front end, and glass, also, Ford Suoercab -*4-ton xli tamper -—- 

RADIAL SNOW TIRES 155-SR-12 i 66-318, Dan 47«-4854. I Special. Complete with 1971 9'^' y 9 75 VW WESTPHALIA, LOW 

(Honda Civic) $50 the pair. [ „„ >iygr> lo«f^r» — ar «> Slecp& 6 miles, imma culate. 478-;9929. 


64 VALIANT Offers on $9,500. 477-2442. 


sniff kit, $1295 or offers. 642-3287. 


tires on rims. Hardly used. 
477-5568. 


you oAM.ft! co ,»c D ir»Ki cno 21' 197° SCAMPER MOTOR! 

t 6 r 5 «. R o^«i: ^T ERiCAN ' F0R Home. GMC 400. good condition. 

parts. Phone 658 -8087. _ Inquire at 78 Inn City Trailer 

ON 14-10 Park 3430 Seymour Ave^_J 

Craiger SS very tit. $400. 478-3439. 7o F qRD MINI MtfTQR HOME 


OAK BAY AVE. j eldon place 

„ _ w --- Luxurious and spacious one bed- A verv conqenlal piece to live 

19/3 TRAVEL TRAILER, EX- For more information please con-j room apartment in newer build- aqaln offerinq moving in bonus. 

478-0522, cellent condition. 652-1330. tact: Nigel House, 846 Nigel Ave., inq. $233.27 per month. Avail, i One and two bedrooms for rent 

-rAiioiie—ETirt i v cci p or Mrs. Elsie Turner, 4550 View- NOW available now. Heated pool, swirl 

1974 » TAURUS. FULLY StLh mont A ve _, victoria V8Z 5L2 — -■ -- pool, dry sauna, games room and 

—- '•«* •( 479-6753. _ _ _1 APARTMENTS hobby room. Cablevision is includ 

OAK BAY GUEST HOUSE On, larseano one smaller^ ' minut.s to 

105? Newport. Single room with 
private bathroom. Also sinole 

room with toilet and basin (share ^ 

bathroom). 598-4330. that fresh air. Double gjezed win- 


,j downtown. Call us at 386-0614. 


MOBILE HOMES 
and MOTOR HOMES 


197$ GMC VAN EXCELLENT camper nearly finished, togefher FOR SALE: ? FIRESTONE SNOW 2-M50-14 CONCORDS 

tirw, brakes, clutch, top condifiin $3,800 or best offer. 382-2591 be- fires, E78-14. $30 . 384^395. "- - 

throughout, $3600 . 592-3898. - tween 4:30-6:00 _p.m.__ 

1972 COURIER, NEW TRANSMIS-163 MERCURY VAN, __ 

conditio SUM. 383-8336. excellent sfilided* ^ire^'" 'askfto' C *i5m'. | ^5 t ^ < < ^ , i ole ^|ffi?47Ml5^ F ?rd T f . 5 : o? ChmSf'M5 m O.° W j^f t CHEV ^EAVY TON^?■Go»ds1re a m_Avr- 

WANTED: OVERSIZED PISTONS : tlon. WHh.JOT J- ' RMd tor co!SffS§5o coimwOY. 


SACRIFICE ,_ _ 

-, 1IIT - T ,ur CFNC- nnlv r ^?^'*mMes'’7-8 W auto r, ''fulTv ‘ 10x50 raadv ,0 m0ve in, °' Lovelv rent. Esquimalt area. 382-4028. 

TIRES, G 78X15, $20. F L,AT DECK WITH STAKE JiDEs SSKopSa/n*? «r«*T highest cash Park - 'WOOFriendly Mobile 

off I 


THE 

SENTINEL 


Her over $3,000. 749-3730. 


studded 
-- ; 385-0001. 

'62 CORVAIR VAN, RUNS, 
offers, or will sell for parts, 

598-7443. 


•77 CHEV VAN V8, POWER 384-0877. 

sasrionfr;. """" : 


'68 MERCURY CAB AND CHAS- . 9? 0 .5.^° 8 H0LE 16 ' 

sis heavy duty 289 cu. in. 4 speed. Olit rims. 478-4587. 

Mechanically A-l. offers. 384-3592, Tw0 14 - 


and rings,' for 263 motor, 478-2449. camper, S5,000 or offers. 384-5973 


_ ., CHEV. RALLY RIMS i 1576 GMC, * 7 TON, 4X4, PARTS, 

and snow tires, $60. 642-3167. | Phone 6--2-5315. 


,5322 I SNOW TIRBS WITH RIMS, fil 
Brat',” ana rabuiir MO 1 Austin Mini. 6SM70H. 161 


'63 MERCURY Vj TON, GOOD shocks, _ 

tires, transmission, body, needs 642-3037 between 5 and 9 p.m. pair SNOWS 775X14 ON FORO 

en gine work , $100. 656-4249. _ 1977 GMC van, PARTIALLY j >40 ' . 382 j 8Q1 : - 

'74 JEEP CHEROKEE, V-8, AU-; camperlzed, very good condition. SNOW TIRES, WHEELS, 13", 14", 
tomatic, PS, PB. quad-track, $4,1C0 Ideal tor small family. Must see. is", various sizes 652-1508. 

or nearest. 656-6559.---‘ 478-1290.-L G70X14 STUDDED SNOW TIRES 

MOVING, MUST SELL '66 ECON- , 1965 FORD ECONOLINE VAN. almost new, $50. 5954)530. 
oline van, custom Interior, $1700 Camperlzed. good condition, tyand - ■ V o-.~LMr w»/ ~ t i pf T 

O.B.O.. 479-4854, Dan. new tires all around. *1,100. NEAR NEW J_2" SNOW TIRES. 

383-1569. 


AUTO REPAIRS. 
SERVICE and TOWING 


If you are Dissatisfied with your 
1973 VANGUARD FIBERGLASS ! present location phone us now. 
camper, excellent condition, heat- D1COS32. Happy Valley Homes. 

er, Icebox, stove, B'6" with jacks, | 478-8303, _ 

S1985. 656-5852._J SEE THIS BARGAIN 


dows, luxury appointments through- 
ROOM AND BOARD FOR MEN, out includmq full underground 
colored TV, laundry, also self-con- parking. All this and mere. Locat- 
lained housekeeping rooms for ed Rockland-Cook area. Rates $375 

- — — nnd $425 ptr month. For that better apartment pnone 

. ROYT) 9JADT PR 385-1249. 1- and 2-bedroom suite* 

Home. 47it2M — 54 tir«. or Wilt! SOUTH OAK BAY 1 ... ... .._. «v«IHbH In E s aulm. lt. 

743-5564. DL01635A. 1-1C02 Room vi Bostj! m qu.et r.sldw-. 382-2134 j92-1929 ; . . . , . 

lia! area._5«^347.___ FAJOIER DIVESTMENTS MADRONA 

5S25S, §.TBa B v 0 ^5c7. W0RK,NG * REALTY LTD. MANOR 


191 ROOM and BOARD 
WANTED 

NICE SPACE FOR MYSELF AND: 


8S£ S tSi L trailer bleeps*"X Tx’- ! I 


| $15 each. 477-3006. 


. __ ___ CHEV VAN, NEW 350 V-B PAIR SNOW TIRES WITH RIMS 

Best offer After 1 4 o.m. 384-2052. auto., sunroof, stereo, lots more, for Chevy Nova, $50. 385-1649. 

1-7, FlflO, - ' STANDARD, 302 *^*<**-«*±»™ - 

motor, with canopy, good condi- GREAT FOR SKIING 

tion, 51500. 642-5655. 72 Toyota Landcruiser, V-8, 11x15 

; I tires. Best offer. 478-7489. 


1968 FORD F100 6 -CYLINDER,! 1 _ _ .... 

short box, canopy, excellent condi- 11975 CHEV, EXCELLENT CON- 

tlon. <2200. 382-4533. _idition, only 19,000 miles. 388-9281 

MANY afte r _ 


1976 FORD 150 
extras, insulated, 
479-0497. 


VAN, ,_ 

mild custom. 11 970 WESTFALIA, GAS HEATER, 

_'pop up roofs, radio, $1700. 386-1422. 

'63 BUS 23' FULLY CAM» 14?^!-—_ . 

perized. Stove, fridge, sleeps 

$2,800. 656-4236._ 

DODGE CLUB CAB, EX-[ i7 y ’ 0371 : 


1975 _ _ _ ,_ 

cellent condition, automatic, ideal i 970 FORD ECONO WINDOW 

for camper. 478-2985 ._van, offers on SI300. 388-6636. 

1972 TOYOTA HILUX, NEW weekdays orHv 1 ___ 

tires, new muffler, qood condition, CHEVY PICKUP. NEW 

$1450. 645-5161. _motor. Tested. $550. .478-7543 after SR1J STUD0ED S NOW TIRES 

- on Volvo 1800 wheels. 383-7463. 


6-50X13 SNOVV 
tread. 478-2848. 


TIRES, GOOD 


1 PAIR G78X15 SNOW TIRES, 
3864)341. 


2 A-78X13 SNOW TIRES, ON 4* j 
by 13 rims, 656-3591. 


DARYL'S MOBILE AUTO 
REPAIRS ANQ SERVICE 
At your home or business 24 hour I 19-FT. 1976 DODGE 
emergency service. Phone 388-4436. ‘ 

Old Fashioned Service 
at Old Fashioned Prices. 


- WOOOS Tent Trailer, Ji-citj 3, “ A - _ n _ * 1 - 1 ‘ “ 11 L Y) 

: cellent condition, call now to make ^4-1288 — 24 hrs. or Mill Bav j 3 ^ < 3A22 - . 
an offer, 598-7097. 743-5564. DL01635A. 1-1002 Gold- 1 


SCAMPER 


stream Ave. 


193 ROOMS TO RENT 


REDUCED 

SPACIOUS 


FIGHT INFLATION 
Call Andy for alt your car repairs. 
Andys Mobile Serv ice. 386 -9 039. 

SCrAp CAkS HAULED 
_Associated 478-9571 _ 

CAR 

VW REPAIRS. $7. PER HOUR, 
used parts available, 595-1763. 


IM ALTO BODY WORK 
AND PAINTING 


Auto Craft Colllson quality body 
reoairs. 

FREE COURTESY CARS 

478-0021 


mini motor home 13,000 miles ,OFF SEASON MONTHLY RATES! AVAILABLE DEC. 1ST. 1 SLEEP 
fully e^iprJed eTcelUnt condition, fre (n effect at the Inn-City Vic-ling room. $91.80 includes heat, 
i77-?o c 7 598-73’! | toria Camper Trailer Park, cen- cable and water, walking distance 

trallv located, 3430 Seymour, Vic-1 to town. Sorry, no children or P«ts.' 

toria. B.C. Further information Please call 366-9573. %23 io 4 V Manaoemenf 


831 ELLERY 

ight 2 bedrm 950 sq. ft. $198 up. 


1955 Ashgrove St. 

The Jubilee Hospital Area. I bed 
' . com apartmen* hardwood floors 
j no pets. Phone 595-5583. 

FIREPLACE 
3 BDRMS. 

' Esquimalt: spacious, modern 
laundry area, ensuite, larqe kitch 
en, balcony — sea glimpses. 4 ap 
pliances. $360. Option to buy if 
desired. 384-8563. 


8' WHITE ALlfMINUM CANOPY * _ _. . . .... 

with sliding windows and heavy please call 381-4322. 
duty boat rack. Suitable Dodge i - - ■ " 

truck $175 384-1095 MOBILE HOME FOR 

irucx. *1/3. IUY3. ?4'x40', three bedroom. 


R C NT — NEW 19' MOTORHOME. nished. Lannon Creek Park, Sooke. 
' ' No. 35 Adult section, immediate 

possession, $17,000 or nearest otter. 

383-4382. 


Ltd. 384-7486 , 288-5194. 

, NEWLY DECORATED ROOMS, ~ . t i l , 

SALE.;»I .twuse. facilities, sniaents^or CAPTAIN S WALK 


unfur- working girts, non smokers, 


251 j' TERRY. IMMACULATE, 
loaded, including air, very low 

mileage, 478-5671.__ 

FOR RENT—WINNEBAGO MO 
<orhome special rates for rental 
over Xmas, 477-2704. 


TWO WHEEL UTILITY TRAIL- 
er, 7'x8'x4‘ highT only made 1500 
miles. 4774)741. 


FOR RENT: VW HIGH-TOP 
camper, $100 weekly, 5c mile. 
595-4756. 


Modular style. Many Quality 
tures** See us — we're friendly. 
Friendly Mobile Homes 474-1288 — 
24 hrs or Mill Bay 743-5564. 
DL01635A.JM002 Goldstrea m Ave. 

10X50 ROLLOHOME 2 BEDROOM, 
set up in adult park, Cowichan 
Bay, aluminum canopy and awn¬ 
ings, carpeted, draoes. Stereo. 
Wired fhrougout. Price $7,500. 
Phone 748-9540. 


14" STUDDED WINTER TIRES 16« 
on Mercedes rims. 595-6125. 


CARA AND TRUCKS 
WANTED 


TANDEM WHFEL TRAILER Brand 

tiwl-t' t‘ htni. tarnanlin CXCA ! - . 


month.”598-2992.' ' 1357 Esquimalt Road 

children Welcome 

FULLY FURNISHED ROOM TO One and two-bedrooms from $195. 
rent for male In the Royal Oak 7 minutes to Naden, 3 minutes to 
area. Call 479-2445. $110 Per Dockyard Excellent bus service 

month. | door, walking distance to schbols, 


ESQUIMALT LOCATION. All larg* 
rooms, carport, hot water heat, 
coin laundry, $224. Vacant Dec. 
16. Call 592-7220 or 592-6730. 
Henderson Realty Lfd. 


W . BU DAccupuT i churches, recreation and Chopping. va J e entrance, 

™S,. N oSn 1 »•»« ««« m.n«7r. 

plate for working person only. $100 _ 595-787 

385-2845. TWO 3-BEDROOM SUITES FOR - 


PRESTIGE ROCKLAND MAN- 
slon at 1320 Rockland. 1-bedroom 
apartment, for executive lady. Pri¬ 
vate entrance, fireplace, new car 
kitchen, available 


lUBILEE AREA CLEAN QUIET 1 T 60 *' tr 'd9e. stove, w-w and drapes MODERN BACHELOR APART 
JUB.IL.tt «KEM, ULCftlY, UU t I nC Uded. $285 Dff month 872 AOrt m.nt 


included. $285 per month. 872 and 
874 Brock Avenue.- 

_One 2-bedroom suite tor rent, 

ROOM, ! fridge, stove, w-w and drapes in- 


CLEAN FURNISHED -- .- - - - 

share kitchen, bath ?nd laundry, eluded. $245 per month. 380 Bei 
facilities. Phone 385-8198. 


! mont. 


ment close in. controlled entrance, 
cablevision, neat included. Avail 
able Dec. 1st S159. 477-7834 7-t 
a.m. or 5-7 p.m. 

735 PANDORA 


URGENT MUST SELL 1971 VW 
V/estphalle, excellent condition. i 9 7 ^ FIDO 
385-3907. 


1973 VW CAMPERIZEO TRANS- 03 
porter, excellent condition, $3800. 1970 VOLKSWAGEN BUS IN 

383-^028;__ good condition, asklna $1800. 

1972 FORD EXPLORER, V a -TON, 112-743-2841. 


radio, blue, low miVewe 1 . onfrl:'PAIS ^,00X13 STUDDED SNOW 

652-4301. j tires, $35. 382-1 989._ 

WANTED 


WE MEED 


, One bachelor suite for rent, fridoe, 1 Bachelor and one-bedroom suites 

..... .-■-Brann new tiuu sauare foot SLEE p, NG rooms FOR RENT, stove, w-w and drapes included, to rent. Middle-aged preferred 

5 x12'. 6'^ high with tarpaulin, $650. “bedroom?^ baths? 3-year leasetn ^ , t a T week - 0ou « ,as Ho1el ' 1 li5°o p , e I T nth ’ Dar,lv ,urnish€d - Also a store about 1350 sq. ' 

Phone 45*3488._ 1 private property, $100 oer month. 333^157. _360 Belmont ... 

CANADIAN 19 - FLEURY, 35-LEO-! Victoria Mobile Homes. X74-12G1. I N | C E LARGE ROOM. FRIDC-F.| - Fra^ Cornick_ 

craft Motorhomes, Jackson's. 974 POtst’A. __ lwtplate. >i homev j atmosphere, near OCtiAN AND 


1 Phone 382-1353. 


360 V-8, automatic, canopy, ex- ,23 M.P.G., V-8 AUTOMATIC, '68 
cellent condition, $3,000. 595-4948. I Dodge 3 * Pickup, extras. Best 


'70 INTERNATIONAL 3 TON 
Van, good condition, $2,800. — 
Offers. 595-2914. 


F100 1956 FORD PICKUP, $600. 
1969 Ford pickup, $1350. 479-6454 
after 5. . 


'66 CHEVY VAN, SIDE DOORS, 
good shape, dependable, $650. 1 1973 GMC 5 TON TRUCK WITH 
6S7-2612. 14 ' aluminum box, excellent condi¬ 

tion. 45.000 miles. 112-758-9995. 

4X4, 1965 INTERNATIONAL. PTO 
winch, 18" spilt rim tires, full size 
roof rack. 382-3757. _ 


1976 FORD F250 RANGER FULLY 
equip V-8 truck In excellent rendi¬ 
tion, with 54" canopy. 112-743-4445. 

19X8 INTERNATIONAL Vz TON 
flat deck, new tirest good condi¬ 
tion, $600. 652-4320. 


1973 MAZDA PtCK-UP WITH 
canopy. Nice shape. $2,000. Phone 
Barrie, 388-4455 or 478-9807. 


SNO BIRD RECREATIONS LTD. 
1640 Cedar Hill X Rd. 477-7713 
Campers—Trucks—Van Inserts 


158 

TIRES 


CABLE 

CHAINS 

TO FIT 

VW 

Beetle 

radial*. 

Never 

used. 

383-3983. 





JR78X1S StUdS^477 6758 
IDS, G78X14 LIKE NEW. 


PAIR A78X13 SNOW TIRES. $35. 
Good condition. 477-9948. 


SNOW TIRES ON 13" DATSUN 

4-hole whee l s. Pair $ 45. 384-1761. Does yOUTS Quality 

f^t3. l vr&jr w TI * ES ' for our lot’ 

TOP DOLLARS 
PAID! 

Metro Toyota 
625 Finlayson 
386-3516 

ESQUIMALT AUTOMART LTD. 
480 ESQUIMALT 382-7195 
CASH FOR YOUR CAR 
OR TRUCK 
WE ALSO CONSIGN 
RIMS, 5 , 7 , , 7 . ,c P 


Goldstream. D00044A : _ 1 IT'S A BUYERS MARKET »" *• aMC ' J - MOUNTAIN VTFU'S 

12' TRAILER. 3-BURN'ER STOVE, ;^« 5ela ction used homes, ex- FURN jsHED ROOM TO RENT,' w |ki dlsfanca t0 t0 * n , a - d , 

fridae, furnace, new tires, sway qu i et 0,der person pr# * h*SrMm» From T0 . t0wn ' 1 and 2 

P ... ~| rrnr c aio.jira aft pr a ?4x-X) 3-bedroom furnished and f«rrn<i <90 Moreomi. rrom > 

oars and mirrors, 642-4186 after 6. | andscao<!dj $22,900, .Victoria Mo- Terreo - 5W - 


1976 UNICORN CANOPY, SUIT- bile Homes, 474-1201, D01589A. 
able for Toyota or Datsun Iona 
box, $300. 385-9633. 


VW WESTFALIA. EX-1 only $13,900. Can't be duplicated., AAALE OR FEMALE, MID 20'S, 

“ rent a room, $150, 384-5987 after 5. “ 


BEDROOM CLOSE TO SEA 
nd park with carpet balcony, 
ontrolled entrance, quiet adults 
only. 384-2 559. _ 

bedrooms. From $180. Available I LARGE 1 BEDROOM SUITE. 

_ _ Nov. 1. Includes heat cable, !walk to town, $125; newly decorat 

FURNISHED ROOMS. STARTING drapes, wall-to-wall caroet. Sorry, ed, carpets and curtains, suitable 
at S35 per week 385-5380, 825 Bur- no children or pets. Please call | for 1 or 2 adults, no peits. S98-7422 . 

_j 386-9654._;_1-BEDROOM APARTMENT, 12 

I floor, Orchard House, swimming 


1977 JAMBOREE 23" WITH WAR- 74 HOMCO 17X68. 3 BEDROOM, 
rantv still on. Paid $18,500, steal at fridge, stove. Located near Sooke. 

$14.200 . 388-6642._Fully skirted, sundeck. Asking 

NEW' DELUXE 8' ALUMINUM 442 ‘ 444 °: 

canoov, liohts, insulated. 1291 Gar- 
kil Rd. 477-3562. 


71 VW WESTFALIA CAMPFR. 
one owner, electric refrigerator, 
$2500. 656-6190. 


NEAT PACIFIC SUNRISE OFF- 
< set double wide, in quiet adult 
park, near bus, stores. Jackson's, 
974 Goldstream. DLOO44A. 


1975 EMPRESS MINI MO- 
torhome, 193-3197 weekdays after 6 

p.m. Weekends, anytime._ 

W7 SECURITY tpavEl' _ TRAIL 
er. 31', $5200 . 743-4135. 


12 BY 56 WITH A 7 BY 9 ADDI- 
tion. 2 bedrooms. For sale or rent 
with option to buy, 478-0253. 


14' WIDE 


73-76 4-SP, DATSUN OR TOYOTA 
PU, low mileage, good condition. 
642-4450. _ 

WANTED 73 OR 74 BMW 2002. 


TRIANGLE HOMES (Victoria) Lt. 
- ID.L. 01668A 478-1774 

75 VW WESTFALIA CAMPER. 

14,000 miles, 386-6567. 


PRIME SIGHTS AVAILABLE 
Your home or ours. Victoria Mo- 
WINNEBAGO FOR SALE. IN bile Homes. 474-1201, O01589A. 


! excellent condition, 477-6972. 


- 76 FORD VANGUARD CONVER- 


BEDSITTING ROOM 
bathroom, $120. 595-P904. 


HOUSEKEEPING 
ROOMS TO RENT 


SPACIOUS COMFORTABLE 
housekeeoino room, fully furnished 
with parking, laundry facilities 
and utilities included. block 

from bus, quiet neighborhood. 
Apply at 228 Edward or phone 
478-0915. 


and schools, II 2 bathrooms, family 
room, cablevision, washer-dryer 
hook-up, includes stove, fridge, 
heat, hot water, and drapes, park¬ 
ing, spacious lawns, children wel¬ 
come, no pets. S306.25-S372.25. 
595-5313. 


386-3877, evenings 385-8011. 


2-BEDROQM NEWLY-BUILT 
basement suite, wall-to-wall, heat, 
light, water Included, centrally lo¬ 
cated, 5* 3 miles fjom University, 
$164. Victoria Press, Box 573^ 


AVAILABI tE NOW 
OR DEC. 1ST 

l-bedroom apartment, very clean, j^ll!lL.*f— 1 

opposite LANGFORD LAKE AREA 3 BED- 
1165 per room suite, prefer couple with one 


OAK BAY AREA 

Beach Drive, luxurious two 
bedroom suite, seaview, available 
January 1, 598-4839 between E-9 
1 . or between 12-3 p.m. 


COOK FAIRFIELD AREA. ONE month to $190. Very quiet building. I or two children. No' pets. $2'25. 
1 -bedroom suite, share kitchen and Please call 382-0626. Adults only, 478-1721 between 9-5. 

bath. $125. 1-laroe room with own nopals__—rr ; 

kitchenette share bath, $115 a; AVAILABLE DEC 1st 3-BEDROOM SUITE, IN OLDER 
month Females only 386-C065 1 c 1 • fc r • .. 1 home, wall-to-wall carpets, fridge, 

tiwiwn. htnww oMYjww. — 795 Fairview Esquimalt U*, neat, Included. $275, avail 

CLEAN, LARGE AND COM - - - .. 

fortable room, for a quiet person, ; 

Fairfield area. 382-0535. 


AVAILABLE DEC. 1st 
795 Falrview. Esquimalt 

1- Bedroom Suite, S230 

2- Bedroom Suite, $270' 

Colored appliances, wall-to-wall JAMEJS BAY. ONE 

icarpets, drapes, controlled en-'new renovation. 


able December 1. 385-8435. 


800X16.5 TRUCK TIRES. SET OF should be in good condition and. 1975 RAN DELL 24' 5TH WHEEL*, i sion, fully equipped, only 8,000, FAIRFIELD FURNISHED ROOM, trance, elevator, laundry facilities, pet, partially furnished, all utili 
4 . Best offer. 383-4/39. I have low mileage, 477-4253 J85-480#. miles, trade considered, 386-6M9. shar* kitchen and ba>h. 388-4501. 'To view contact 477-2787 ' ties. $240 , 384-5948. 


























































































































































































































































































Colonist Victoria. B.C., Saturday, Nov. 26, 1977 


200 APARTMENTS TO .’00 APARTMENTS TO 
RENT l NFI RNISH»‘;i> REN?' UNFURNISHED 

350 LINDEN APTS. 

350 LINPEN AVE. 


' 200 APARTMENTS TO 
RENT UNFURNISHED 


1200 APARTMENTS TO 
1 RENT UNFURNISHED 


BRENTWOOD 

TOWER 

LOW RENT 
NEW BUILDING 
COUNTRY LIVING j 

BRENTWOOD TOWER 
Apts, has a few choice 
suites left for Adult tenants. 

2-Bedrm. suite from 5250. 

1 -itcInn suite from 5205. 
Heat. Parking, Cable inc. 

Garden plots and bicycles 
for the active. Sauna 
Swirl pool for the others 


Christmas York Manor 


A new building in t h e It s just around the comer | 
choice Fairfield area. We [so don't waste your time.. 
We have just the apartment 1 
or townhouse you are look-! 
ing for. Our buildings arc 
located throughout the city 
and here are a few of them, 
j Phone or visit 

; F. W. STAPLES & 
ASSOCIATES 

I % Suite 2—420 Niagara St. 

388-4243 


JAMES BAY 


have nice suites with W-W 
i carpet, drapes, controlled 
entrances, games room etc. 

I We have a few suites avail¬ 
able for Dec. 1. 

Bach — $173. 

2 Bedrm — S295. 

Mr. Patterson 38541742 

1022 Pandora 

Brand new and centrally lo-j 
cated building, 5 blocks: 
from city centre, with bright j 
suites and large balconies 


ONE BEDROOM 
, norlheas 
with balcony, $ 200 . 


( 2 nd floor, limited view, wlfh bal-' 
I cony, $192. 


200 APARTMENTS TO 
RENT UNFURNISHED 


JAMES BAY 
APARTMENTS 

Attractive bachelors 


ADULTS ONLY 

I Excellent location just 2 blocks 
Ifrom the sea, "Parliament Mews" 

for the active Sauna' and deluxe kitchens, drepes. w -w|"«™cuve uacnemm and .ad ”J.nm Bar Sowr." 

double glared windows, con-1 0,1 p BR suites, fully Mak. York M»iwr imvr raw Bon» 

trolled entrance. Just a few-1 quipped with drapes, appli- tou LL feel welcowei 

choice 1 bedroom suites!^ an . fl " a » '« "'f, car ' 382-2001 658-5900 

.- Inrt * " n[i controlled en-l t »ii« c.11 ! 

388-6275, Pager 2510) 


Open for viewing everyday. 
1236 Verdter Ave. at West 
Saanich Rd., Brentwood. 

Res. Mgr. 652-3437 
Westgate Realty 388-9941 


*00 APARTMENTS TO 
RENT UNFURNISHED 


1200 APARTMENTS TO 
RENT UNFURNISHED 


available from 5210 a 1 ,l' l ' ts k 

month. Underground park- trm.ee. The bachelors have 

ing. for information call * bullt -” foldaw ‘ y % ™ 

. longer do you have to look \ 

I at your bed at all times, j 
: Don’t miss these. 


Mr. Trmblay 384-6436. 


McKENZIE 
MANOR 

1010 McKenzie Ave. 
Featuring very spacious | 
suites with extra 


JAMES BAY 
TOWNHOUSES 


. - ] One block from the ocean- 

... , „ „ . c j front and 3 blocks from 

kitchens. Sauna and sepa- Iove , y m „ p ark> yet 


Craig House 

EXCEPTIONALLY SPACIOUS 
NEWLY DECORATED 

TWO BEDROOMS 
Top floor, lovely view of Olympic 
Mountains from balcony, huge 
walk-ln closet off master bedroom, 

$258. 

ONE BEDROOM 

3rd floor, lovely westerly views of 
the sunset mountains and golf 
course, $208.42. 

3rd floor, easterly view, $199.50. 

Main floor, limited view, $190. 

PARKING, CABLE, HEAT 
INCLUDED 

Make Craig House vour new home 
YOU'LL FEEL WELCOME I 

385-6375 658-5900 

(If no answer, please call 
388-5275. Pager 7510)_ 

Gordon Head 
Townhouses 

srussi fsisiisfes-as-Hi 


rate billiard room 
rooms from 5255. 1 bedroom 
from $190. 

Mrs. Henderson 479-6486 

CAPSTAN COURT 

630 Head St. 

A newer building centrally 
located in Esquimalt. Large 
suites with balconies. Wall- 
to-wall. dra;res, controlled 
entrance, etc. 

1-bedroom from — $194 
See our manager 
MR. McCALLEN 
Phone 386-0083 


only a few- minutes from 
centre of town. Lovely 2 BR 
two storey townhouses fully 
equipped. You even have 
your own enclosed patio 
with shrubs. There are two 
models to choose from, so 
come visit our display suite. 

1229 

PANDORA 

Near Cook 

j A brand new, unusually do^S 
I signed apt-building has just, 
| been opened. The suites, j 
1 bachelors and one BR are 
far from the normal apart-; 
ments. The builder should 


NOW RENTING 

The 

Princess 
Pembroke 

1020 Pembroke St. 
i Bedrm. . $195-5220 

One 2 Bedrm. at $270 

Close to stores and bus, 
within walking distance to 
town. Children welcome. No 
pets. Please Call Mr. Jim 
Brant. 382-9454. 

Senior Citizens interested in 
rental assistance please see 
Mr. Brant, resident manag¬ 
er concerning SAFER 
PROGRAMME. 

CHATEAU ROCKLAND 
APTS. LTD._ 

PARENTS 
SEE THIS 


"People Helping People" 

FIRST CHOICE IN 
APARTMENT 
RENTALS 

ELLERY 

APTS. 

837 Ellery Street 

Luxurious wall-to-wall carpets 
blend with the extra large suites 
to make this your best apartment 
dollar value. One-bedroom suites 
from $175.00. two bedrooms 
$225.00. Children welcome. Please 
call residen! manager 386-0045. 

CAMBElLA 

VILLA 

729 Ontario Street 

1 3 bedrooms with master ensuite, 
wall to wall carpeting throughout, 

I stove and fridge in a very spa- 
. clous kitchen. Large llvina room, 

| olus family room. Covered park- 
i ing. Priced to rent from *380.00. 

VILLAGE 

OAKS 

(2125 Oak Bay Avenue) 

For tho*e who appreciate fine 
quality. 1300-1400 square feet of 
luxury living. Priced from >425. 
Sorry no children or pels. 

THORNWOOD 
MANOR 

(1028 Inverness Avenue) 


CLOVERDALE 
TOWNHOUSE COURT 
991 CLOVERDALE 

2-Bedroom 
2 Storey 
From $250 

HEAT*- CABLE INCLUDED 
1 BACHELOR $149 
Close to stores, schools, 
OPEN TO VIEW 

12-7 P.M, 

Contact Manager Ste. 101 
PHONE 385-08.14 
Or 385-0991 Ans. Service 

HILLSIDE ave. 


■ TO) 

ROWN 

•BB'Kp 

«OS on 

( " 

IANSHARO 


"People Helping People" 

NOW 

RENTING 

THE 

CHARLES 

DICKENS 

243 Gorge Road East 


J00 APARTMENTS TO 
RENT UNFURNISHED 


WALKING DISTANCE TO TOWN 
—Older style apartment. 
-1-bedroom suite. Rent $140. 

—Bachelor suite. Rent $128. 

To View call BEFORE 6:00 p.m. 

. 384-5830 


301 APARTMENTS TO* 
RENT -FURNISHED 


Near Downtown 


COMFORTABLE ONE-BEDROOM ,. rUlA .. 

_ aiYvl location in Fairfield i includes diShOS, linen, COlOT T '7. 

dVstrlcT 8000 • I r»dl/i iinHArnrminH rvarlrlnn bIbub 

$180, 


selective tenants Rent 1 radl0 ' underground parking, eleva 
seiecnve renams. Kem lor Near buS( no stepSj stud | 0 

bachelor suite, $85 weekly or 
52S0-$260 monthly. 1 bedroom suite, 
$325 per month. 2 bedroom suite, 
$405 per month. Hartnell Ho.se, 
12C4 Yates. 

383-0742 or 386-2812 


To View call 385^876 
DAYMER APTS. 
2150 Cadboro Bay 


—1-sedroom suite. Rent $178.21. 
To View Call 598-7979 


384-9335 


AVAILABLE JAN. 1 78 

Modern 1 -bedroom condominium, 
new wall-to-wall and drapes, fresh¬ 
ly painted. Includes heat, cable- 
vision, water, fridge, stove, park¬ 
ing and locker. Controlled en¬ 
trance. Washer and dryer avail¬ 
able. No pets or children, after 5 
p.m. 385-5517. 


JAMES BAY 
$188.75 

Available December 1st. Spacious 
one bedroom ground floor with 
large fenced Fatio In modern 
block, close to Beacon Hill Park. 
One block from James Bay shop¬ 
ping malls. Malorlty of present 
tenants retired. Appliances 
drapes, wall to wall carpeting, 
heat and parking included. Con¬ 
trolled entrance, live-in managers, 
buildings surrounded by beautiful 
gardens and waterfall. Older per¬ 
sons preferred. No children or 
pets. To view call 383-7628 or 
382-9667. 

A i NEAR NADEN-YARROWS 

SPECIAL MOVE IN Lerge 2-tedroom suite, eable- 
nrwTTC vision, perking Included, children 

mj.vua. welcome; also, furnished and heat- 

ed bachelor; extra-large 3-bedroom 
overlooking oolf course, cable- 
vision and parking included. Chil¬ 
dren welcome. 384-7392. 


MONTHLY 
WEEKLY 
DAILY 

Adjacent to Parliament Buildir.ts 
and inner Harbour. Fully fur¬ 
nished l-bedroom suites, color TV, 
linen, dishes, ail utilities, use ot 
sauna, indoor pool, games room, 
coin laundry. 

ROYAL SCOT INN 
425 QUEBEC ST. 385-3443 
OCEAN PROPERTY MANAGE¬ 
MENT 


DE LUXE ACCOMMODATION. 
Furnished bachelor and 1 bedroom 
suites. Maid service, answering 
service. Indoor heated pool, cock 
tail lounge, saunas, coffee shop, 
dining room, laundry, colored 
cable TV. "No pets." Coachman 
Inn, 229 Gorge Rd. E. Phone 
388-6611. 


SMALL PFTS CONSID¬ 
ERED. 

WALL TO WALL CARPETS. 


GLENLAKE — 
HAPPY VALLEY 


ELLERY MANOR 
855 Ellery 

really win some type of an’ -riper) r)C PAYING 

We feature Iw suite. to ^ fop ^ design | Tl Oh PAY ING 

mrvthinf in Vs Iof the building and the most HIGH RENT. 

|Close to eyeiytlun? in r,j attractive floor plans and Looking for accommodation 
! .— u /VMrtaa,,. nt«n.pe.l in ^ excellent area? 


Mi 

rvrvru 

SURROUNDINGS. 

Nl 

DkIH 

OH. HOT WATER HEAT 
INCLUDED. 


■mi 

C O V E R F D PARKING 
AVAILABLE. 

971 MARKET ST. 
l bdrm. available. Res. Manager 
386-7325. 

ONE BEDROOM SUITES 
FROM $203. 


PARKLIKF Modern 2-bedroom wall-to-wall, 
s|(>ve aM frWqti C|0M , 0 schoo , s 
and stores. Children welcome; 
sorry, no pets. 595-1247 or 474-1438. 


AVAILABLE 
IMMEDIATELY 

One and two-bedroom suites, Es¬ 
quimau, from $190. Children wel¬ 
come. Phone 388-6474, between “ 
and 4, Monday to Friday. 


-StrT’iSK !-bedroom (1227 sq. 1 quimalt. Courteous manage-, coordination in- 

tt.) and 3-bedroom (1400 sq. ft.) t 1 ino co t ,our «x>ruinauuii in 

plus full basement with panelled .Id© the suites themselves 

- Now available, a few choice 

* , 1, 2 and 3-bdrm. suites. 

1 -bedroom from $200 


fridge 


recreation room. 

—washers, dryers, 
stove. 

—p'ivate enclosed oatlo. 

—rates from $295-$335. 

—one-vear lease, no pets, 
—immediate possession. 
—For further information 
477-5422. 


2 -bedroom from $243 

Mr. and Mrs. Perkins 
Managers 

_ _ , Phone 382-2942 

A'^RACTiVEI AmblewoodDevelopments 


We 

have some good news for 
you! 

CALL 477-0176 or 477 -8646 
TOD HACKETT 
Construction Ltd. 


Professionally managed by 
Edgecombe Properties Ltd. 


SUITES 

1 —NEW 12-SUITE BLOCK, 1 and 
? BR's units available at rea- 
%onaole rates. Contact Mrs. 
Newton 388-9775. 

^-ATTRACTIVE MODERN 
suites. Children welcome. Phone 
Mrs, Swanbeck 363-6995. 

8—FORT STREET — SET BACK 
OFF STREET — 1 BR suites 
with rents from S180. Contact 
Mr. Smith at 595-5827. 

COMPLETE PROPERTY 

MANAGEMENT" j 

O F. H ANLEY 8 c ASSO C. LTD. 

CLEAN AND NEAT 
Self-contained 1-bedroom apart-, 
ment. private entrance adult buiio , 
ing. wall to wall carpeting, small 
sviporch heat and cablevision in 
eluded, close to city centre on, 
impress Avenue, $190 monthly, 
call 383-0640. j 



j Only 7 blocks from the 
i centre of the city and so 
close to all other necessary 
amenities. A must see build¬ 
ing- 

339 SIMCOE 

St. — James Bay 
i Another brand new apart- 
j ment building on a very 
I quiet street only 2 blocks 
from the ocean and 2 blocks rj bSdfSSSs'irom’sMO 
from the James Bay shop- -new^ugnj ^ w|tl) araMS 
ping mall . Large, bright _^ e pay half tenants hydro 
bachelors and one BR suites -*>rry no p chHdren or^pets 
with deluxe kitchens and resident manager 383-8251 


PARK 

LOCATION 


REDWOOD 

PARK 

APTS. 

155, 157 Gorge Road. East 

Make the rlqht move this fall by 
moving Into the warmth of wall-to- 
wall comfort featuring: 

Covered parking 

Pool 

Saunda 

Recreation Area 

One-bedroom from $210.00, two- 
bedroom from S285.C0. Please call 
382-6407 or 383-6735. 

MANCHESTER 
COURT 

565 Martchester Road 


TERRACE GREEN 
180 CROFT STREET 
Opposite James Bay Square 
Bachelor, 1-Br., 2-Br. Wall-to-wall 
throughout, colored appliances, 
cablevision, elevator, quiet build¬ 
ing, close to Parliament. Opposite 
large mall. SPECIAL ATTENTION 
T O PENSIONERS. $J75-$254, 
Phone manager, 383-5151, after 6. 
,Mostly adult block._ 

NICE 1-BEDROOM SUITES 
available Dec. 1st. Medium size 
$179, large size $190. Including 
heat, cablevision, perking, locker, 
electric fireplace, beams, wall-to- 
wall shag, drapes, plenty ot closet 
space. Esqulmalt; young child wel¬ 
come, no pets. Resident manager. 
385-8592. 


OVERLOOKING 
WEST BAY 

Available now. 1 -bedrooms. In- 

TWO TiFTYPOOMg Vnmvrl haa *- cable, water. From 

1WU UCJJLLKJJVlij JKUM , 10O Sorry< ^ children or pttl , 

$265. * | Call 386-9826 between 12-8 p.m. 

OPEN DAILY FOR VIEW¬ 
ING, F LEASE CALL 


MAPLE LEAF INN 

120 Gorge Rd. East, 388-9901. Fur¬ 
nished bachelor unit — complete 
kitchen, phone, color cablevision. 
sauna, laundromat, maid service 
weekly, no pets. Special rates 
for senior citizens and students. 
Rent by the week or month. 


LOVELY ONE-BEDROOM 
suites, by week or month. Queer* 
bed, colour cable TV, phone. Main 
service weekly, view balcony, In¬ 
door heated pool, sauna and swirl 
pool, Laundromat and elevator, no 
pets, Oxford Castle inn, 133 Gorge 
Rd. East. Phone 388-6431. 

DELUXE 1-BEDROOM AND 
bachelor suites, fully furnished, in¬ 
cluding color TV, dishwas.ner 
sauna, swirl pool, and rec. room, 
maid service, queen or twin bed. 
separate balcony, by week or 
month. Ocean Manor, 2930 Wa$k 
jngton. 388-7818. 

WHY NOT LIVE DOWNTOWN 
AND BE WITHIN WALKING DIS 
TANCE OF ALL CIVIC AC 
TIVITIES? COMPACT. CLEAN 
STUDIO SUITE, $170. SUITABLE 


VICTORIAN APT. 

2111 SPRING RD. 

$200; l-br., $170. Parent FOR“’MATURE' ADULTS."KENT 
welcome. Res. Mgr., | a PARTMENTS, 1322 BI.AN 


ONE MONTH'S 
FREE RENT!!! 

New building — 1 bdrm. suites, 
$200. Close to everything. 909 
Market. Call Mgr. Mrs. Kenny 
at 383-9139 or Western Homes Ltd. 
Avail. NOW. Western Homes Ltd. 
388-6314. 


Lord Stanley Manor 
1350 Stanley Ave. 

Between Fort and Pandora 
Bachelor and 1-bedroom suites, 
j For appointment call 5 95-4)28 . 

LANGFORD— 

I 3 BEDRM. SUITE 


*>oc 40 ' 2 -br. suite, $200 

388-6448, or with child 

1383-b9S9. j CHARD AT JOHNSON AVAIL 

BROWN BROS. AGENCIES 1 two" and th»ff sFnpnnM ABLE IMMEDIATELY. 592 -7536 

LTD. apartments, children welcome, joe LUXE ACCOMMODATION 

‘L'J E LR771 (anvtimnt rT. 1230 '^ *$2^5.63. Second floor, ; p- rnished bachelor and 1-bedroom 

■>SD-a/(L t anytime I. I wall-to-wall carpets. Rent Includes suites. Colored TV, dining room 

I heat, hot water, cablevision, stove , launr y. Indoor pool, hydro pool. 

; and fridge. No pats. 592-7869 ._ ! saunas, lounge, maid service ans 

BACHELOR AND ONE AND TWO : t^ry n 1 nn^310*Goroe RtSad C phJ,‘e 
bedoom apartments, heat, cable- 2*1«n. W 008 ^ 

vision, whirl pool, sauna and large ! ____ 

laundry room, close to Yarrows AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY 
“ and Naden. no pets, apply Apart- 795 Falrview Esqulma.: 

m em 202 - 1 340 Susse x._|2-hed/oom apartment with main' 

AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY - 2- ’ 

GARDEN CITY I bedroom apartment, Sppncer Cas- 

•BnoiBTv utyiOBUBMT I -m ,,e ' fully equipped for one year. 

PROPERTY MANAGEMENT LTV. _ Montreal Trust 386-2111 _ 

2409B VANCOUVER BACHELOR SUITE. FREE 

Cozv 1 bedrm basement suite. I laundry, bus at door Beacon Hill 
Available immediately. i 5I$^v, cnar 5£l er ,-,, J139 - Ross at 

382-7909 or 388-4314._ 

J* BEDROOM UPPER DUPLEX, 
i I «v« i,8 bi« Dec. 1st, for single work- 

™ No Pets. SITS. 3MGSSS. 



>390. 141 Bushoy, 388-5194, 477-5472. I 

| 1-BEDROOM BASEMENT SUITE 
I New 3-bedroom, 2 bathrooms du-.for rent, $175 includes utilities. 
I plex by Saxe Point, Esquimau. 1384-7448. 

Fireplace, appliances, available 
immediately, $395. 


JAMES BAY. TWO 1-BEDROOMS, 
available Dec. 1st. $185 and 
$182.80 . 385-4505. 


Get Settled 
For Fall 


BRAND NEW 
BUILDING 


arge balconies. Some of the 
i suites even have ocean 
views. Other features of this j 
building are a live-in care-1 
; laker, elevator, controlled! 
! entrances, deluxe appli¬ 
ances, all drapes and quality ' 
wall to wall carpets plus un- 
! rierground parking. 


OR ASSISTANT 382-4770 

CHARACTER 


1 'dishwashers Included in two-: in Garden Apt. Children's Play 791 PANDORA 

cedrocm suites. Priced to rent'Area. $275. British American Realty, j us t 111 ,. new bachelor 1 and 9 r A T'x ur v w . ' w M rgr>a rT 

call resident manager 3S6-34IS. . large ONE BEDROOM ON &tv 1 "mSW* 10 ^a^m ! 

• . _ , . .. ground floor of private home. ' 4 . 5:30 p.m. 

j For furtner Information call: I Quiet. On bus. stove, fridge, I 

BRQVW- HRQ.>. on BL*-...Sl .m .0 drapes, fireplace, utilities included ADMIRALS RD 

! couo1 ' or slwle - Eau ; 1 and 2 bedroom juins (or renT, 

) 479- 1005 ._$188 up. All new carpets, newly 

LORETTA DRIVE, AVAILABLE ‘ cl0S * t0 a " 

I December 1st. two bedroom case- amenities. 362-6512. 

J ment suite with large living room 
and fireplace, wall-to-wall through¬ 
out, $250. Utilities Included. 

593-4987. 


385-8771 (anytime) 


Opening 
Soon 

DOWNTOWN ! 984 M A c v K e enzie 


AVAILABLE NOW BACHELOR 
,$165. One bedroom $195. Two bed¬ 
room $270. Wall to wall, drapes, 
I controlled entrance, parking, ele¬ 
vator, guest room. Near down- 
! town. 478-6354. 


74? LAMPSON-ESQUIMALT 
Rent reasonable. 2 bedrm. suite In 
modern apartment. Swimming 
pool. 384-3686 caretaker. 7-9 p.m. 


•01 


APARTMENTS TO 
RENT FURNISHED 


DELUXE SELF-CONTAINED 
rooms, double, queen size beds, 
kitchen, fully equipped with balh, 
shower. Low dally, weekly, month¬ 
ly rates. Daffodil Inn, 680 Garbal- 
ly, behind Firestone 
386-8351. 


furniture, coloured appliance: 
wall-to-wall carpet, drapes, r 2£0 
Controlled entry, laundry facilities 
To vie w contact 477-2787. 

GANGES, SALT SPRING ISLAND 
v^aterfront 3-room furnished a peri 
ment. over shop, $175 per mont 1 
537.-2352. 

LARGE, CLEAN FURNISHED 
1-bedroom suite, in 4-plex, Quadra- 
Bay area, $180, Includes heat and 
water, no pets, 592-3987._ 

PARTLY FURNISHED - MACHE 
lor, $150, apply Suite 4, 220 Wilson 
or 382-3263. 

VERY COMFORTABLE NEW 
1 -bedroom, all utilities, etc.. 

385-7841. 

’condominium studio suite 

for 2, $250 per month, downtown, 

5y5-05> 3,_ , 

SELF-CONTAINED S M A L L 
suite. Warm. One adult, over 30 
preferred. $149. 598-757B. 

furnished~stud1o, heat"- 

cUnfed. Cook and Bay, suit qu et 
adult. Dec. 1st. 474-1349, 5954)530 

FAIRFIELD’ BY THE SEA, 
bachelor, TV lounge, utilities in¬ 
cluded. 598-5 j37. 


1-BEDROOM, ALL UTILITIES, 
More, non smoklnq adult, no Pets. Jubi¬ 
lee area. $225 a month. 592 7971. 


. 1226 JOHNSON 

Modern new 1 and 2 bedrm suites. 

Centrally located. Children and, JUBILEE HOSPITAL AREA, ON FURNISHED BACHFI OR SUITF 
small pets welcome. 384-0132. bus route and across from Shoo-1 Lr.DVJrqP.r. 


McKENZIE WOOD 
Available now — One bachelor 
$193. — one 1 bdrm $707 — one 1 

tdrm and den $237. Security plus 1 T T ’ ’' ' . , . 

privacy In this l yr bldg. Dickie, Situated in a natural treed 
Agencies Ltd. 382-4312 or eves. se tt in g, yet conveniently 1«>- 1 1 '‘ ei e 

-- 1 — _ 1 1 cated on direct business and . !1.. . Th 

ASCOT HOUSE cincA in mo iai* chminine I Tur building so huri"v. These 

1537 MORRISON ST. 

By Cak Bav Junction, 2 bed. ap»., 

cranes, elevator, large patios. See rcQlUriny 

n -anager In agiit 101. _ -Urge workshop .. , 

workbenches, table saws | neal hel,rful Hve-in manager. | 
and lockers. 

Cosy l bedroom ww, heat and j —Pool and sauna 
cablevision .inciuded_ $175. Avail 


1017 QUEENS 

(Just below COOK) 

U LiU , JOVIHRO ucivy 

H There are only a few units 5 s: 30 p m. 388-5194. 

. ... .u S nevv eieva- a r$/^r- 

u . iv> uuimuig hurry'. These LAKLlt 

close to major shopping. , .. b . .. . 

116 ' large suites have all drapes, 

appliances and quality wall 
with!t° carpets and also a 


'A Place to 
Cali Home" 


park, pets considered, to view call; Immaculate cozy 1 bedroom. Cen- ^VAIL- 

382-3721. i trallv located. $189. 383-1447, ? t3lc L modern one-bedroom 


BRENTWOOD BAY 
PETS WELCOME 


791 PANDORA 

Spacious, new painted and carpet¬ 
ed. Bachelor, 1 and 2, bedrm. 

i trefully ! :oi»ood,..„ l c. 3.«dr«m 

with features such as mir¬ 
rored sliding doors 8 double 
glazing and a tennis court. 

A place with spacious 
gixiunds that is quiet and at¬ 
tractive and is situated on 
wooded property, yet only 10 


Kill rmito tlw« I rul ' r ‘' jr ’ cw DMLnci.Uk JCIIIC 

SkN ! il * lud « 4 ,inen and utilities, sb«r 

pma. Fully furnished one-bedroom 

,... 14^0 TAUNTON Isuife, Includes linen, dishes, cut-' “ t ' iroom 595-1*4*.__ 

VICTORIA WEST Bachelor suites In older home, lery, heat, hot water, parking and a V A t L A B L E IMMEDIATELY 

1-oedroom apartments In triplex. Rents reasonable. | cacJevision. $230. Bachelor $210. all utilities included, $130 285-2743 

available now or December 1st, | Adults, no pets. 592-9516. I- 

j $165 nd $180 per month, close to’ 920 HILLSIDE ^Tr- ^VrTr 1 '* - TTT^l -FURNISHED BACHELOR SUITE 


MODERN 

SUITES 


-Roof garden with lounging 


able Dec. 1st. 652-9997. _ 

PARLIAMENT BUILDING AREA,! area. 

1- be-rcom suite, kitchen facilities, jp understanding of 

caolevision. laundry cqulpme».t, ^ * . , , 

no pets or children. >160 monthly, j moving day blues — 
prone 382-5945 , 9 to 12 noon ' e /‘ about our Consideration 
cept Sunday. _ I . „ , , , , 

SUPERB AND different Clause. 2 bedrooms from 

2 - tedroom pentnouse. huqe private , $270. Sorr>'. no pets. 


j Even the parking is includ- Atfractlve , and j. B r su,tes avail- . . . 

ed in the reasonable rent, able in quality-built block. Chil- . minutes from downtown. A 
You can't afford not to visitl t“S special place that will 


this building. 


deck and fireplace 
MARGE SHORE i 

477-0U1 anytime, or 388-6349 

MODERN APARTMENT 1-B60- 
room. $193. 2-bedroom '721. Aval- 
able December 1st. 975 Balmoral. 

Phone 384 -0307. _;_ 

DECEMBER 1ST, NEAR JUBI- 
lee Hospital, nice two bedroom 
suite, includinq heat, cable etc., 

8l77.10. 5V5-J359 or 3171. _. 

AVAILABLE NOW - SMALL I 
1-cedroom basement suite, near 
the sea. Utilities included, $165. 

3 86-0065. ___ 

1 • B E D R O O M APARTMENT 
available Dec. 1st. 1977; no chil¬ 
dren, no Pets. $178. 478-3353, 574 
Dunford Ave. 

TWO BEDROOM IN COLWOOD. j 



WINDSOR COURT 

552,1m. 258 Gorge Rd. E. 
Large comfortable suites i:i 

__ _ i.'adult apartment complex. 

wairto^wali' balcony, children and These spacious units include 

pets welcome, December 1st. S240. 

474-2976. . I heat. 


your \\rjr are available at all 
85 k times. 

388-4243 
Office hours: 
V\on. & Tues. 9-5 
Wed. to Friday 9-7 
Sat. 11-5 
Sun. 1-5 

After hours phone: 
Kris or Jack 
383-8324 
Laurie 595-2306 
Frank 477-9177 
* Patti 388-4243 


gotiable. Mr. Stuart 388-9893. 
COMPLETE PROPERTY 
MANAGEMENT 




cablevision, controlled entrance', I l£, i ,?w w c W 
mature adults only, sorry no pets. i IWU6e - 
383-3239. 


[furnished suite, wall-to-wall, aopli-i 
lances, utilities included. Private *02 
town. ■ entrance. Singles preferred. $200 
,own .per month. 478-0787. 


APARTMENT 
I-TRMTURK TO RENT 


.. CLEAN. FURNISHED BACHE- 

!_ . . .. GLANPORD i lor and 1-bedroom suite by week 

I Comfortable 3-bedrm townhouse, I y r month, kitchen, queen bed, co-| 


December 1st. Mountain and sea pe,s welcome, 
v.ews. Adults only, sorry no pets. 

382-9507. 


2 baths, -children and lour, cable TV, phone, maid'ser-i 


Ste. 202-920 Hillside, 388-5194 


complement your lifestyle. 

_ _ Watch for our opening or for ____ 

(A Division of D. F. Hanlev and j prior information and view-1 mana<|pr 386-3566. $179.50 a month. 

Assoc ' ) ing call I COOK-HILLS IDE. AVAILABLE i 


AVAILABLE DECEMBER 1ST.. 7- 
bedroom suite $242.89, in well-kept 
building, nice area, close to stores, 
etc. Off-street parking. 

Montreal Trust 386-2111. 
VALMAR APARTMENTS 
475 QUEBEC 

Deluxe 1 bedr'nom suite, q block 
from inner harbor, mature adults. 


ON THE OCEAN 

DUNSMUIR HOUSE 
831 Dunsmuir Rd. 

Specializing in: 

QUIET REFINED 
TENANTS 

Adults only 
Harbour view 
spacious suites 

1 penthouse lust avail. 

I 1 br. and one 2 br. suites avail. 
Res. Man., 388-4943, 385-7918, 

652-1970 


HY'BURY 

HOUSE 

3868 SHELBOURNE ST. 


GORGE CRAIGFLOWER AREA. 
- Cosy 1-bedroom suite with fire¬ 
place. and drive-ln garage, heat 
| and hot water included. Married 
I couple, with references. $225. 
382-2725. 


STANDARD FURNITURE 
Three Room. 4 from 
S10 per month 
Immediate Delivery 
.182-5111 

MONTH TO MONTH 
Piece or Group 

CAM03UN FURNITURE RE* T*‘ 
942 Fort St. ?r*?.6*5 


LARGE QUIET STUDIO SUITES 
with kitchens In one-mile circle, 1503 
everything Included except dishes. 1 
i $185 sinqle, or $195 double oc- 1 

cypancy per month. 384-5122 or 2 SMALL DOGS,' LOOKING'FOR 


APARTMENTS 

WANTED 


! 592-2615. 


„ „ .. 00 .December 1st. 1-bedroom, $180. 1 and 2 - bedroom available. In- $95 FAIRFIELD, CLOSE TO erences. 382-1970. 

Mr. Hams—479-5688 Quiet block, close to town, sorry eludes swimming pool, sauna, ia-j everything, character home, avail- 
no children or pets, please call cuzzi, billiard and free heat. I able now. 


place to live with owner, good ref- 


Mr. Darling — 479-0119 I w.mj™ 


j Bachelors from 

$155 1 

1 1 bedrm from 

S195I 

j 2 bedrm from 

$265' 


Amblewood Developments 


bachelor - suite well situ- i For your enjoyment 
attd m quiet apartment b'oek, recreation we offer 50-ft. 

” Mr i healed indoor pool, swirl 

room with loft bed and|poo 1, saunas, squash court, 
kitchen, fridge and stove included, | tenn is court and universal 

older home, all utilltes, $110, 

385-3 721. _ 

/ VAILABLE DECEMBER 

$230- deluxe large 2-b^room 2 bedrtX)m suites 
corner suite, heat, cable, drapes 

included, kjo pets. 3 83-488 0._j 

UNIQUE BACHELOR, $175. PER. 
month. And unique 1 bedroom, 

$195. per month. Available Imme- j 
diately. Call to view, 335-9774. 1 


LUXURIOUS 

THE WESTFIELD 
1024 FAIRFIELD 


HILLSIDE AREA * 
Between Cook-Quadra 
Available Dec. 1st, a lovely 
1-bedroom suite, renting for 
$180 per month. For further 
details call 386-0112, Adults 
only, no pets. 


STOP 


_ ' igym. - 

i«TH, 1 bedroom suites 


andi Large (1100 sq. tt.) 2 br. suites strait. Beautiful large two ted- 
'from $315. These are truly luxuD-lroom condominium, 3 appliance 
ous suites 382-6426 kltcnen, 1V» baths, plush wall-to- 

ous sunes. ^ a)| throuflhout 5torage/ security, 

. Kirvrvn a underground parking, >moke detec- 
FORT- PAN DORA i tor. Handy location, mother and 
Walking distance lojown. Malurc | jSitiabiJ*“8!Siibtr , T ,, 4?lSSl 
1 evenings. 


S215-S2?.0 
S270-S300 

Sorry 

No Children or Pets 
Please Call 

. _Resident Managers 

Fairfield very spacious 1 Mr. and Mrs. Hand 383-5059 
trST uti?!F« e ^nciuded. S S3ls. I Mr. and Mrs. Noad 383-0509 
. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Anderson 

384- 1855 

Office Mon. to Fri. 9-5 

385- 4555 

McArthur Park Estates 


adults only. No pets or children! 
i please. 1 bedrooms from $190. 2 
cedrooms from $260. 598 2394. 


Phone 3834)116. _ 

DECEMBER 1ST, LANGFORD-1 
Colwood area, Large 2 bedroom 
utilities included. $221.20. 478-4109. ; 

CEDAR HILL AT - HILLSIDE^ 
Large quiet 1-bedroom, everything 
included. $195. 383-33 3?. 

BRIGHT' CORNER. 1 BEDROOM 
end oachelor. Near Fernwood-Bay. i 
382-2902. anytime. 


.. MONTH. PLEASE CALL 

1595-8177. ADULTS ONLY. NO 
| PETS. 


UPPER FORT ST. AREA 

II I □ 11 CC AVAILABLE ON DEC. 1ST, A 

JUDILLL VERY NICE 1-BEDROOM SUiTE 

1939 Lee Ave. behind Safeway near. LOCATED IN A_ VERY QUIE 
Hospital. 2-bedrom. $280. Available | BUILDING, 
immediately. Sauna and whirlpool,, PER 
575-1210. 

Kilmarrock Holdinqs Ltd. 

ttddi ’i) n/\nm . qtji , BEACON HILL PARK 

UPPER I* OR l AREA 1-bedroom suite, dinette and deco 
Near Jubilee Hosnital rative fireplace, stove, fridge, 
t™. w *'e r ‘ h « at and cabtuvision Includ- 

INDOOR POOL ed. suit retired couple, S195. Avail. 

Available Dec. 1st, ts a 1 Bedroom ***• 3P3-2253. 656-6148, 

suite rentinq for only $203 per 1642-5315. __ 

("onth. For .further details phone br:GHT VERY CLEAN ONE 


Looking for a new, clean 
building with the best rates 
in town? Compare us! Five 
minutes from town on bus 
route. Children welcome. In¬ 
cluded in rent is your park¬ 
ing. water, and most impor¬ 
tantly heat (saving you ap¬ 
prox. $20.00 per mo.). Also, 
ask about our lease plan. 

VIEW TODAY 

NEED A RIDE? 
j We can pick you up to view. 

Craigflower 
House 

Call 384-0249, 477-0176 
477-8646 

TOD HACKETT 
Construction Ltd. 


VIC WftT 

bedroom, available Jan. 


478-0225, 364-664-6383. _ 

j 3-BEDROOM SUITE IN MODERN 

bungalow house, main floor, car- 
I port, paflo. utilities Included, adult 
j family, 1350. No pets. On Rich- 
I mon<L_December 1st. 592- 6811 . _ 

I 217.70 — 201 Oak mount Court, 1341 
Hillside Ave., S bedrooms, heat 
included. To view cell 384-1622 or 
485-8771. Brown Bros on Blan- 
shard. 

h7 gh quadra! SPACIOUS, 

cute bachelor suite with fireplace 
in an old fine mansion, park-like 
surroundings; quiet working ladv. 
$190. 382-5240. 


hafrAn^rnntrnHMf •ntranre* r rtd?' Beac<>n Hi| l Park area or James $230 -- 3 ?!:Z?? 7 : 

* Bav araa 7-bedroom and bachelor, ROOMY, 
dren welcome. No pets. 382-8018. iuites available from $160-S2?5I- -7- 


| 595-0864. Adults only , no pets. 

! ESQUIMALT-ADMIRALS RD. 
LARGE ONE-BEDROOM SUITE. 
SEA VIEWS, COVERED PARK 
i ING. CABLE AND HEAT. NO 
PETS. DECEMBER 1ST. PHONE 
385-3261. A 


alte r 4:C0. 

LARGE BRIGHT, 


QUIET WATERFRONT 
REASONABLE RENTS 
1 AND 2-BEDROOM inear city centre, new 

Rent includes heat, cablevision,Jm. building, adults only. Will. 


bedroom apartment. Stove, fridae, 
cable, wall-to-wall, drapes, bal¬ 
cony, parking, controlled ent- 
grance, cn bus route. Burnside- 
Meyfelr area. $189. 388-7891 or 
385-5511._ 

SMALL QUIET BUILDING. Ju¬ 
bilee area. Bachelor suite for im¬ 
mediate occupancy. Rent $145.56 
monthly. R. Salter 386-/111 


LIKE NEW 
CHARACTER 


ORCHARD HOUSE 
617 Michigan 

l-bedroom and studio suites, wall 


185 James Bay 1-bedroom, own 
bathroom, close to sea. shopping, 
Parliament Buildings. 384-1454. 

ROYAL VICTORIAN 
MOTEL 


to wall, appliances, pools, saunas,., „ . .. .... 

workshop, 23 floors of well man- Low offseesonrates, su4te». kit- 
aqed property. Adult oriented. Ex- i flashed. 230 Gorge 

cellent investment for those wish- i Road East. 


YOUNG COUPLE SEEK LARGE 1 
bedroom suite or small house. 
Close In. Phone 383-7037. ' 
WORKING LADIES NEEO 2-BEO 
room character s ite. duplex or 
house, re asonable. 383-6782._ 

m SHARED 

ACCOMMODATE )NB 


MATURE PERSON TO SHARP 
large kitchen, bathroom, llvfi 


H 

:x- 




ing to buy to rent, with very few | .iaMES BAY; 1-BEDROOM SUITE 

F?nance CS to ffio. Mortgage rates Jarwst^ Ve hl5h cell In os'" a^rstreeT 'I c n harac ' e I Ro ! :, L 

10 %. irUTL 'HSZ. .Sf,V I lend-Cook. Own bedroom, has si k 

I Br'l from $28,000. Studios from ^ 2T? d f s ?' !^- y >rnished, newiy 

$26,100. ties, $ 240. 3 84- W48. _ decorated. $175 inclusive. Owns.' 

Phc > na Sa' a » »nd Property Manao-! MICHELANGELO APARTMENTS | 

er 382-4650. 11158 Yates. S187.S0. Studk^-tSdChe- 1 *2™-^ d -?:\ r 2V weeK 

I-I lor. Close to town. Everything sup- nlf)a > t>rma - y 4 : 3 * 03 - .. . 

plied. Includes parking. 383-0742 or i FREE COZY FURNISHED ROOM 

386-2812^_ with kitchen prlvlledges In Chris- 

DELUXE ACCOMMODATION.' J 8 .£0° 

quiet surroundings, large H>ece 81-year-old 

, across Mayfair Shopplnq Centre, j flr amma - *52-2500. _ 

$63 ' month,V from iMALE, LATE 20'S, OWNER OF 
i house, Glantord area, will share 


ONE MONTH 

FREE RENT 


ESQUIMALT NEAR NADEN, 2 
bedroom, 1 bedroom apartments, 
good view, fiand Yarrow. Children 
and small pet welcome. 3E5-4832 or 
384-8551. 


suites available from $160-$225 upper duplex, separate entrance, 
monthly. Adults, no pets. 592-9516. j central location. Laundry, cable i n ' n fl*- 
~ and work shop. ** ,r - 

Near Downtown i s?8 - 0720 - 


AVAILABLE 1-BEDROOM 
suite, $165; bachelor suite, $153. 
Heat, cable Included, quiet build¬ 
ing. 479-5205. 


GROUNDLEVEL. 2 BEDROOM, 
fridge, stove, all utilities, private 
entrance, close in, no pels, 
383-1257, 477-1485. 


$215 


month j WANTED NOW OR DEC. 1ST. 

_! male or female to share house 

FURNISHED l | with three others. 383-9436 after 


HARTNELL HOUSE 

1204 Yates - - - - -, _ _ 

Controlled entrance, elevator, near' rooms $240. Includes all utilities, peperxu to sharp niff 

bus, Includes parking, studio bach-1 Adults, 479-8112, _ home', on quiet street near Foot 

383-0742 Of 386°2812. 77 mon hly * |thUNDERBIRD .MOTEL, EN -1 Bav , and Oak Bay, 3160, 598-60U 


BRAND NEW 


I trance Beacon Hill Park, near 
downtown, reasonable off-season 
rates. 384-0632. 


.Two bdrm. Sooke Townhouses fW FULLY FURNISHED ONE- 

-—-,- rent. Children welcome. $225 P.M. 1 bedroom apartment, private en- 

C-ROUND FLOOR BACHELOR, Phone Caretaker, 642-3249 or Brit- ! t ran c e , near Simpsons-Sears, 
1190 May. near park and sea. $155.1 Ish American Realty Ltd., 385-1431, 1 478-7014. 


Older tenant preterred. 383-9519..-»„~vcu 7 ic 

Between 5 and 7. I, . MCKENZIE WOOD 

1 and 2. bedroom deluxe apts.. 


WARM ALTERNATIVE TO ALON- 
eness. own -odm in spacious 
shared view home. $225 plus food 
and utilities, 598-3269. 598-8326. 


some available now, some avail- 
'.le Dec. 1, $2O7-$20O. Security 
plus privacy. Dickie Agencies Ltd. 
382-4312, eves. 477-4662. 


4 PLEX ESQUIMALT RD. 1 BED- 
room suite $150 a month. Available 
anytime after Dec. 1st. Phone 
after 5:30 4J7-8929. 


MUST BE SEEN 
611 ADMIRALS 


LARGE SPACIOUS 1-BEDROOM 

■ ■■---- - - , — . - - —... apartments, available immediately 

.siEDROOM'" APARTMENT. 2 I fS 1 '? ! SSSnsT' ' a1 = . ChHdrRn * e lcom e . 

^ars old, fridge and stove. Quiet j suites. Children and l”zlrr_: 


^ Pool and best of all PEACE local move plus half of first _ 

- - ------- BEDROOM, and QUIET. Please call resident months rent. Special services for 

suite. University Mall area, all in -1 manager at 385-4022 for derails and senior citizens. Rent starts $215.1 ^ l ?. r *| n 2' 0 'Chi^n <,r welcom!» W $ 35 o!comT Garden"City Property Man- 

r.uslve >197, manager, 477-9 604 ._ ( appointment to view. If no answer 382-0652. ___Sef'Sh 658-5100. ° me ' 1 «ement Ltd. 382-6512, 3^194. 

BEDROOM SUIT! S22S ' '_| ESOUIAAALT, NEAR NADEN. 1 

ptr month. Close to University. i child or small pet welcome. Heat 

Available Decemfcer 1st. 477 7768. 'HILLSIDE & CEDAR HILL 1 Included. Will pay local_ move, halt 


1 BEDROOM. AVAILABLE NOW. 
Extremely quiet and clean block. 
Controlled entrance. Close to shop¬ 
ping centre, bus stop, senior citi¬ 
zen centre. Adults only. No pets. 

Sooke I Month Free - 

BAYWOOD ARMS APTS., 350 
Belmont Rd., Belmont Park, In 
Colwood. 1 and 2 bedroom apart¬ 
ments for rent, $195 and $245. Free 
ca levlslon, children and pets wel¬ 
come. 478-5119. 


$150.00 bachelor suite includes of firs* 2 months rent, 1 and 2 
heat, cablevision and parking bedrooms starting $190 per month. 


CHARACTER 


I SIDNEY, DEC. 1. 2 BEDROOM 
— | ste. rge, frdg, across elem. school, 
1 child O.K. $210 per mon, 
I 656-4000, 656-2427. 


OAK BAY, ONE BEDROOM 4TH | 
floor. $ 1 * 6 . No pets. Adults. | 

598-3862._ 

2 BEDROOM APT. $157 PER i 
month, near Naden, married cou -1 
Pie, 38 3-9857. 

BEACON HILL PARK~ BACHF- 
lor ’ suite. $158.75 month. Middle . 
aged or relired^preferred. '385-6546. | 

NADEN 1 BDR. VACANT 
477-8096, John 386-3231 I 

COMFORTABLF 3-ROOM SUITF STUDIO SUITE $154 ,. n ., ........ 

Vi ' West on ous. $148, suit older Bright, clean, quiet. Rent Includes ne a t and not water included, avail 
person 477-5796. heat, _ cabl« 1 _parking. Available able December 1st, $235. 384-5115, 


SIDNEY, 1 BACHELOR AND 

l-bedroom apartment, no children .... 

or pets, mature adults. Phone ^ u . rv , WATERFRONT MODERN 

656-4250. I c . harm jT >fl :- - vuVu :«D ar t™ent. One and two bedroom. 


available Dec. 1. 

JACK MEARS 
OAK BAY REALTY LTD. 
RENTAL DEPARTMENT 
598-3321 


1110 Queens 


| Phone 3 84-3985._ 

THE REMBRANDT 
1475 PANDORA 

Deluxe 1 bedroom suite, 1 block 
,park, adjacent to stores, mature 
I adults, manager 59M859. $203.90. 

$250.... 

room deluxe suite, includes range, 
I fridge, wall-to-wall and parking. 
384-1454. 


. .. ._ \»,»n ovaiimem. vjiic ana iwo aearaom. 

...... . p. c i MMcnitTOy. 5 lcs *„ , ° f . ovvn ‘ Reasonable rent, utilities included. 

AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY, ■ to-wall. Stove, fridge, etc. Avail- 383-8859, 592-7678 

l-bedroom suite In large home. All 1 Dec. 1st. $170.00. 

utilities included. 1315. 928 Old Es- aD ® BOB ELLIS 


DUNSMUIR ROYALE APTS., ... 
Esquimau Rd., 1 bachelor, $175.' 
Dec. 1, 386-3751. 


. now. Phone 382-8817. 


I 478-2570. 


ONE-BEDROOM APARTMENT, 
*124 per month, near Naden, mar¬ 
ried couple. 383-5857. 


'TWO 1-BEDROOM SUITES FOR 
quiet mature person, close to 
town, $182 Jo $185. 382-5888. 

' 1-BEDROOM BASEMENT SUITE, 


PANDORA 
HEIGHTS 

, L.rV. , VKSS.°n 1 R t U l» VE ^SilH J rp. 4plr.nc, S175. 

? rfdroom part fur 1 'b9 fireplace, lerge private bal- —•- — — — . . 

Msn f d S 193 ail included. Phone i 0 " y t 3 ' E -? Q P A L l 2 ;?a! DR o? 0M 

593 9083 [Adult oriented. Available Dec. su ,te, neat supplied, $195. Phone 

~ . — - - 286-2669 Of _382-2012._, 388-5736. 

Two 'bedroom” apartment?* sl» FIVE .,' \ bFDROOm 7 PRICE s0 0KE AREA; NEr» i BEDROOM 

385-546/ range S1E8-S/C1 Including heat and apartment. 648-3426, 642-5730. 

— cablevision. No pets. For further 

BASEMENT SUITE FOR RENT! Information phone 382-2845, 1300 1-BEDROOM APARTME.NT, 1260 UNFURNISHED LARGE DOUBLE 

with iea view slii. 658-84B5. ! Yates St.. No. 217. Pembroke, $165. No pets. 3834)130. i suite, 1026 Pemberton Rd. 


qulmalt Rd._477-2787. 

AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY, 
l-bedroom corner suite, luxury 
hlghrise, pool, sauna, and s ‘ 
pool, phone 388-5386 or 592-6213. 

BEDROOM BASEMENT SUITE, 
Jolwood, fireplace, fridge, stove, 
washer, dryer. No pets Phone 

478 -3873. _ 

NEAR NAOEN 
Large 1 bedroom suite, 

-2684. 


$160. 


SPACIOUS BACHELOR SUITE, 
Fernwood- Pandora area. $159. 
479-5639. - 

FAIRFIELD. CLOSE IN, CHAR- 
acter l-bedroom apt., heated, $175. 

• ‘ " - *•-- 1st. .. 


Adults. December 1st. 382-28 72. 

NEW BUILDING, I AND 2-BED- 
room controlled entrance, etc. 
384-4849. 


477-0616 
Northern Pacific 
Realty Ltd. 
479-1687 

CHAMBERLAIN WAR 
1B4I OAK BAY AVE. 

Clean 1 year old block. Convenient 
1o Oak Bay Rec. Centre. Good 
shopping, and transportation. 1 
bedroom from $220. Utilities 

CX,ra SMALL PETS WELCOME 
To view dally 9-5, 598-1120. eve¬ 
nings 598-8447. 


ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT, 
$172, Includes heat and cable, no 
children or nets, December 1st. 
384-7924, 384-2772. 


SHELDON COURT 


2824 HEATH DR. MAIN FLOOR. 
.All ammenitles. Garden and park- 
•I ng Included. S22 9 . 592-3323. 

$160, MODERN 1 BEDROOM 
suite, December 15th, Esqulmalt, 
chi ld we lcome, 383-2478. 

BACHELOR SUITE, SEPARATE 
entrance, ground floor, close in, 
SI76 . 478-8155. After 6 p.m. 


JAMES BAY, DELUXE 2 BR. 


3150 JUTLANO 

Cosy tachelor 1-bedroom, $150 up. 
384-0088. 388-6652. 


COLWOOD-LANGFORD. 2 BED- 
rooms. fridge and stove, $215. 
478-7990. 


MODERN 2-BEDROOM AVAIL- 
able December 1st, $219, 975 Bal¬ 
moral Road. 384-0307. 


NICE CLEAN 1-BEDROOM SUITE 
CLEAN_ ONE; BED ROOM APART; 'a*' F ° T ^° fe 


ment, $165. 1322 Broad Street. Not 
suitable tor children or pets. 
386-3928. 


COLUMBIA APTS., 850 ADMI- 
rals Road — large l-bedroom 
available December 1st. 382-5811, 
388-7651. 


2-BEDROOM. ESQUIMALT, 
newly painted, available now or 
December 1st. 479-7288, 386-0783, 
$235 per month. 


anytime. 

WISH TO SHAR E MODE R N 
5-bedroom home with couple, 
worktnq mother or students. Own 
bath and ample privacy 479-6016 

SHARE "HOUSE? 'oWN~ROOM. 
Oak Bav. parking and bus line, 
color TV, washer, dryer, fireplace 
utilities |ncluded, $160. 592-70S3 
WORKING PERSON NEEDED TO 
share 3-bedroom house, walking 
distance to town. 382-8527 after 5. 

ONE LARGE* BEDROOM IN 
older house for female, semi-veoe- 

tarian. Call 384-7029.__ 

TOWNHOUSE TO SHARE WITH 
male. Quadra - Cloverdaie. Nego 
liable. 388-7748._ 

296 IU IM.KXKS TO RENT 

ESQUIMALT LARGE BACHELOR 
suite (top half of duplex) beamed 
celling, wall to wall carpet, mod 
ern bathroom and kitchen with 
dining area. Free ca„le and 
Information' call' "Cherry" Bend i* , ; r !K3f <ac , l iL ti f.*•, nice yard - s,8 ° 
Motel, 658-5611. j384-1533 or 385-5467._ 

c . , r ‘ METCHOSIN AREA NEW I 

booke I Month rree 13 bedroom duplex, full basement. 

carport, fireplace, ensuite, fridge. 
.. 1st. $350. 388 6663, 


BASEMENT APARTMENT FOR 
one person only. Water, heat, 
lights, supplied. Own entrance. 
$160. 382-6990 . 

QUEEN VICTORIA INN, PARLIA- 
ment Building area, weekly and 
monthly rates. Indoor pool and 
sauna. Day or nlqht, 386-1312. 

BACHELOR SUITE IN DUPLEX, 
1006 Bay St.; all utilities Included, 
$165 per month. 384-7525 days, 
384 3348 evenings. 


AVAILABLE DECEMBER 15TH 
one bedroom suite fully furnished 
near buses, shopplnq centre, all 
utilities included. $200. 385-4231. 


QUIET, COSY, ONE-BEDROOM, 
fully furnished apartment In Fair- 
field-Ross Bay area. One block 
from sea, bus. 598-8198. 


LOVELY 1 BEDROOM SUITE 


IN LANGFORD. l-BEDROOM with seaview, wekly maid service 
suite. $160, adults only, no pets, j >235 per mo nth. 658-8212. _ 

tSSLSfiJf VJ } Jackl,n Rodd - BRIGHT. WARM, 1-BEDROOM 
Available Dec. 1st. [suite, utilities included, $175, non- 


smoker. 479-2238. 


1019 ROCKLAND AVE. 1 BED-, _ 

room. $180. 2 bedroom, $250, walk- ; FURNISHED COSY PRIVATE 
Ing distance to^downtown. Phone tedsittlnq and bathroom suite. 


after 12 noon, 388- 4787. _ 

TWO 2 BEDROOM APARTMENTS 
for rent. $169.25 and $162.50. Phone 
after 4 p.m. 385-4101. 


2-BEDROOM. GROUND LEVEL 
suite, utilities paid, no pets, $150. 
386-2562. 


9TH FLOOR BACHELOR SUITE 
In Hlghrise with all amenities, 
$190 . 365-6928. 


WATERFRONT DALLAS ROAD, 
one bedroom from $175, bachelors 
——Ifrom $150. •383-5498. 

- T wl8.*M»°to nH 0N »i J-BEDROOM apartment, 

ESQU MALT, 2 BR. APT. AVAIL ' ontcrlo St 385-5767 ’vai a Ip Decern er 1st, .795 per 

a le imnied. New carpets. 4/7-0576. | un,£no *'• ./.it. 


Richardson Si. $160. 382-6949. 


UNIVERSITY 2 ROOM r BASE- 
ment suite, quiet male. $155. All 
utilities, laundry. 477-3156. 

2 BEDROOMS, SEPARATE EN- 
trance, self-contained. Available 
Dec. 1. 383-6024. 


- BEDROOMS STOVE A\D 
fridge, on Cameron, vacant, $1<0. 
Cloverdaie, 2-bedrocm, stove and 
fridae, heat and water Included. 
$260. 386-2648. 


TWO BEDROOM, FULL BASE ■ 

ment, fridge, stove, 1509 Hillside. 
$300 Dec. 1. Children and Pets wel- 
com e. 36 6-7051._ _ 

HALF A DUPLEX TWO BED 
rooms and part basement. Esqui 
malt, $230 per month. 598-3105 or 
386-6164. 


ONE BEDROOM ESQUIMALT, 
quiet, well controlled building. 
Adult* only, no pet*. $265. 384-8220. 
COSY COTTAGE WITH FIRE- 
place and carport, no pets, Mala- 
hat Bungalows. 476-3011. 


-DGEWATER _ 

veri > one-bedroom 
n nh. 178-1212. 


•JP, DOWN DUPLEX FOR RENT 
3 bedroom, wall to wall carpet, 

382-3433._ 

MACDONALD PARK, 3-BFD^ 
room, side, adults, redecoratod 
$275, 598-4060 evenings. 

EzSQU I MALT 1-BEDROOM? - DE• 


JUBILEE ? BEDROOM. LOWER, 
fridge, stove, washer, dryer, car¬ 
pet, very clean. 362-6633. 

CLOSE IN, 3-BEDROOmTsX^DU- 
plex, fireplace. Ava|l>ble De 
cember 1st. $275. Owner 478-4848. 




















































































































































































































£>dilp Colonist Viotoria, B.C., Saturday, Nov. 26, 1977 

20fl DUPLEXES TO RENT [ ?U« DUPLEXES TO RENT 1210 


SIDE-BY-SIDE DUPLEX BUILT CITY, UPPER 2-BEDROOM DU- 
on corner lot with entranCFOT own j ri«* ^rid <ien. »ttyv«_; 
street. 3 bedrooms. Ha bolhs, liv- ® r - , 1 d iY® r rv J nc, 1 uded ' ?f ar .. 

Ina room and dining room, family Available Dec. 1, no pels or chll- 
room and utility room. All auto- dren. 5Y2-OSM. __ 

ira^o?*' washer '' BLOCK FROM JUBILEE HOS- 
dishwashar, garburator, washer c|?a , smalt contained. $175. 


HOUSES TO RENT 
UNFURNISHED 


HOUSES WANTED 
TO RENT 


and dryer, wall-to-wall carpets, 
drapes. Beautiful landscaolna and 
view of campus. 5450 per month. 
Rent includes gardening. Phone of' 
flee hours. 592-9516. _ 


utilities. 

LOWER DUPLEX. 2 BEDROOMSL 
fridge and stove. 5225. 923 Caledon¬ 
ia St., 384-7854. 


OAK BAY 

H=NDERSON—TOWNLEY 
Immaculate side bv side duplex, 
two bedrooms up, third down, fire¬ 
place, fridge, stove, washer and 
dryer. Full basement with qaraae. | 

Close to bus, schools, shops, park, 

UVlc and Rec Centre. December; 

1st, 5375. 385-7232 or 592-2939, eve -1 
nlnqs a nd we e kends. __ 

GORDON HEAD. ATTRACTIVE 
3-bedroom sxs duplex home. Spa- 1037 Cloverdale Avenue 388-6314 
clous living end dining rooms, 
rumpus room, 2 fireplaces, 2 
bathrooms, wall-to-wall carpels, 
lovely kitchen with stove and 
trldga, playroom, sundeck oyer 1 NOW. 
carport; close to schools, ver- 
good area. 5395 . 477-8016.__ 


HOUSES TO RENT 
UNFURNISHED 


IffEdTcrn 

HOMESud 


ESQUTUAI/r 

1 bdrm. duplex, 6176-70. Available 


WATERVIEW PATIO 
TOWNHOUSES 
724 Sea Terrace 
—Overlooking Victoria Harbor 
—Embraced bv watertront 
park with tennis court 
—Private sunny Pfttlos 
—W-W carpets, drapes and ap¬ 
pliances 
—Free parking 
—Minutes from town 
-3 Bedroom 
—2 Bedroom 


I P.m. 


SIDE-BY-SIDE DUPLEX, BUILT 
on corner lot with entrance on own 
street. 3 bedrooms, l'j oaths, liv- URGENT 
ng room and dining room, family close In, 


PROFESSIONAL COUPLE, 
large family and pets seek spa¬ 
cious house, 5 plus bedrooms. 2 
bathroom*, basement preferred, 
large yard or acreaged. December 

or January. 383H843 after 6 P.m._ 

QUIET COUPLE WITH YOUNG 
child and cat wish to rent 2 - or 
:-bedroom duplex or house with 
flreolace and vard. On or near 

from SMS.001 , un !''Kl" , ',,'^^?n5o 0 “ ,, ' “ “ “ 

5290 00 ' included. 59B-JU2U. . 

COUPLE WITH 1 CHILD, RE- 
quires 2 or 3 bedroom home. Burn¬ 
side -Marigold or Gorge area, rent 
UP to 532). Phone 386-6416 after 6 


2-4 ROOM HOUSE, 
Near bus. James Bav 
Ste. 0409, 875 North 


room and utility room. All auto-( preferred, 
matic appliances, range, fridge, Park St. 
dishwasher, garburator, washeri . 

and dryer, wall-to-wall carpets, COUPLE SEEK QUIET CHARAC- 
drapes. Beautiful landscaplnq and,te f 2 

view of campus. 5450 per r «oc 8 <«« and vard ’ 

ardening. Phone of-, g ood references. 595-5558. _ 


Rent Includes qarden 
fice hours. 592-8516. 


•IS HALLS. WAREHOl SF.8, 
STORES and OFFICES 
TO RENT 



PROPERTIES LTD 


IMl »»«C0im« r 3M 6454 

WE SPECIALIZE 
IIS LEASING 

OFFICE 


NEW 2 BEDROOM 


CRYSTAL l-OOI 

DUPLEX :Larue J-bdrm. house 

w O D lima 


1 Month Free 


and stove Included, fireplace, utili¬ 
ty room plus finished besment 
area, carport, nice view of sea, 
city and mountains, now available. 
<350 e month, 658-5356 ._ 

OLDER BRICK SIDE-BY-SIDE, 
Vic West. Living room, dining 
room, kitchen, storage and 
bathroom on main floor. 3 bed- 


YOUR RENT IS FREE FOR ONE 

. _ . baths. MONTH OF EACH YEAR IN 

yard. Avail. NOW. THESE BEAUTIFUL NEW 3-BFD 
ROOM HOMES. LANDSCAPED, 
FIREPLACE. ONLY 6369 A 
SOOKE I MONTH. CENTRAL SAANICH,: 

.. ^ 1 366-6876, 179-1283. PLAYFARE PA-i 

3 bdrm home 5275 p.m. Includes, ;jf,C VENTURES LTD. 

stove. Close to bus stop. Avuil. |---| 

Dec. Tst. 

TT/vciT™ ttaa/m| 1870 McKenzie 

CLOSE TO TOWN 1 UNIVERSITY terrace 

On Burnside, 2 bedrooms, dining; 2-bedroom apartment, stove, 


215 IIALLH. WAKKHOl Si:- 
HOBE8 and OFFICER 
TO RENT 


233 .MORTGAGE LOANS 
said IN SI RANGE 

TnTTTTTTTTTTlj 

1ST-2ND-3RD 

MORTGAGES 


We will lend you MORE MONEY 
an the equity on your home and 
give vou payments you can com¬ 
fortably afford. Loans from 52,000 
to 550.000. 

EXAMPLES: 

BORROW . PAY 

55,000 5 53.85 

510,000 5107.00 

520.000 5215.39 

15 YR. AMORT.- 5 YR. TERM 

FUNDS IMMEDIATELY 
AVAILABLE 

INTERVIEWS IN THE PRIVACY 
OF YOUR OWN HOME 


BISLVESS 

OPPORTUNITIES 


BUSINESS 

OPPORTUNITIES 


8 B 


0 1ROWN 
0 <«° s 


Sensational 'New 
Video Advertiser 


I -615,000 min. Invest, for (nvento- 


welcome. Available January 1st. room )arfla uli ,| ry r00m work . irigerator washer, dryer 
5320 per month. Cell evenings h 0 p . Available Immediately, eluded. 5300.00 per month, 
after 6 p.m. 595-6319. . — -- ‘ . 


OCEAN VIEW COLWOOD 

Near new 2 bedroom wilh wall to 
wall and major appliances plus 
laundry and rec room. Rent 5JX) 
per month, guaranteed. Phone 
478-8361; or after 6 , 392-1331. 


COLWOOD 
3-BDRM DUPLEX 
Immediate occupancy. 5325 P.M 
Appliances Included. C4II: Audrey 

^CENTURY 21 J. D. BOSDET 


5315.00. 

BOB ELLIS 
477-0616 
Northern Pacific 
Realty Ltd. 
479-1687 


Call 


5 BEDROOMS 

1450 per month, available now. I 


I CENTURY 21 J. D. BOSDET LTD. 


l-BEDROOM HOUSE — 
r u m p u s room — 1 and a halt 
bathrooms — oil furnace — 
fridge and stove — full wall-to- 
wall ruqs — fully fenced back¬ 
yard. Excellent condition. Rent 
5400. Fifteen minutes from town 
— references required. 



... IW ,., davld burr ltd. 

Lower level could be self-contained j 655 Fo rt St . 384-9335 

MODERN SXS DUPLEX ’ bedroom suite. 710 CHES- H0BBY -FARM WITH AP- 
Sears area, two bedrooms. * ul1 1 AnH dr fn- 9 acrei ' mos,ly cJ«*red 

basement and drlve-ln garage. Ap- 'n'nutes from shoi c.ng and tne | and 6u ;table for horses, has 
pllances, water included. Great i jn ™c'. 241 P 3 AC ^ERRY°DOWNFB fcarn and 0, ^ r 001 - b V ildI,> ®* 
value at SIM D«r month. Available *r 'J4” *** •4414, JtRSY DOWNER 


value at 5300 per month. Available ( ^D.. 59 
Immediately. 477-8098. I 6588491 


JANUARY 1ST, 2 BEDROOM, I FA RM HOUSE AND BARN, 25 
spacious kitchen, sundeck, large ? ar r g|'Sa^‘$ 2^Thr^S3' 
rin«at« uraii.trvwall stove fridge, vara, sooKe >225. Three bed- 

washer" drverheit and all ® I , r ®?, m T du0 L ex : <*« a " vl«w. Sooke, 

ties Included. Cerev-Glanlord area, : timber* 0 ] eno'^neluiibia 

i x-hiM run -47C.R.U.1 cemoer i, sooxe. ;zuo, including 


and good residence. Prefer an¬ 
nual lease at 5350 per month. 

Available December 15th. Con¬ 
tact Tom Burdge, Malahat Re¬ 

alty Lid.. Mill Bay,_B.C. 743-5525. 

GLANFORD AREA 
3 bedrooms, 2 oaths. Huge fam. 
room. Brand new. — Ne pets._Ref 


i ora-school diild 5350 479-8414. comoer l, booke. «200, Including room. Brand new. - Ne pe 
l pre-sch oci cnMO^^MU. . _ | fridge< srove washer< drvef and ^,,<.*5 j. aiodgei: or A. 

MCKENZIE-QUADRA AREA h _ e at - M2-8 4 71, 642-3 40 9 Of 383-7918. 


mvT'in'vin wile, •>«. Off R «omnim OE 4 L< mI ' Esquimau - available m- 

i® room, full MumU. “d» JX™- .“'i!!-_Jullv rnM SS3ST' LS*!® 

end stove. No pets. 4365 . 479-7864. 


. D. BOSDET LTD. 


MODERN 3-BEDROOM SIDE-BY- 
side duplex with basement, carpet 
floors with fridge, stove, washer 
and dryer, close to school and 
park, Esquimau, 5334 per month. 
477-5424. 


•large" family”’roomr rec." worn. ! living room fireplace, den and fa- 
rk room, stove, tridqe, large mlly room, close to Saxe _Point 


Park. 6350 per month. Phone 


1. TAP the potential of Esqulmalt 
on this top quality office bldg. Join 
westcoast Savings Credit Union at 
1234 Esqulrqalt Rd. 

i f. MAIN FLOOR - 1500 »q. ft. Of 
! prime office across from Simpson | 
Sears. Excellent exposure. 

3. CHEAP — the most reasonable ,! 
rates in town. Modern office with 
parking — Douglas Street at Hill¬ 
side. 

4. CITY CORE — Several bdlgs. j 
with areas from 500 sq. ft. to 1 
30,000 sq. ft. Some with parking. 

5. DOWNTOWN — Medical Dental. 
700 - 1500 sq. ft. Ideal location witn' 
ample parking. 

WAREHOUSE j 

1. NORTH DOUGLAS — iust off 
! Douglas. Areas of 1800 sq. n. 

2. DOWNTOWN — total of 5000 
sq. ft. (or smaller) on Wharf 
Street near Johnson. Reanosaoie 

STADACONA CENTRE - Fort St. rent, 
or Pandora Ave. exposure. New 

major retail complex at the Oak 3. MEMORIAL ARENA — Fan 
Bav Junction. Shoos from 600 sq. tastlc traffic flow past 1,200 sq. tt. 
ft. , warehouse. Ideal Retail/Wholesale. 

QUADRA and HILLSIDE — 1250 Parking, 
sq. tt. Carpeted, air-conditioned. 

Excellent parking, good exposure. 

DOWNTOWN — U10 Douglas St. 

— 2500 sq. ft. with full casement 
and rear loading. 

NORTH DOUGLAS — 2700 SQ. ft. 

Douglas St. frontage plus work¬ 
shop. 

OFFICE 

QUADRA CENTRE — near 
McKenzie. New top-quality space 
with acres of parking. 

NEAR 'THE BAY*' — Ground 
floor. Good parking. Approx. 650' 

Sd. ft. 

DOWNTOWN — The "Counting 
House." Offices from 540 sq. tt. 

Super old brick — Heritage build¬ 
ing. Will finish to suit. 


W. A. (Bill) Hodgson 
385-2551 

EVENINGS 385-4528 
Byron Price °o Associates Ltd. 
86556556 


"People Helping People" 

RETI^VL OPPORTUNITY 
IN VICTORIA 

Urgent personal reasons force sac¬ 
rifice sale ot well-established high¬ 
ly profitable epplianco business. 1 
00ad lease in prime downtown 1 
location. Competent staff will stay! 
if required. Wqll worth Investiga¬ 
ting. Asking on 525,000 plus stock 
(negotiable). 


ry. 

—51,800 month returns 
—Have voor own territory. 
—Advertisers arranged. 

—No selling. 

-Opportunity throughout B.C.-AI- 


ta. 

Phone 117-965-6313. 11 a m.-3 P.m. 
collect, or write Victoria Press, 
Box 602. 


244 REVENUE PROPERTY 


244 REVENUE PBOPE 


jlrilrir £lrclp 
T] iSraltii £ti> 


388 6258 


PROFITABLE 
SHOE STOKE 

This old-estaolished business, spe¬ 
cializing in juvenile footwear, 
shows an excellent return on 
investment, plus a qenerous salary 
for its owner. Well worth your 

85PSS8&.13 c'eSn '»lo?x*A I jjjjjs. ' OnivrM via**"* 

modest investment can assure your | naamtng. 
future. Call me tor details: 0 /! t l r 

» ALAN U. POTTER 598-1864 K? 5 ,'X2° 

or 385-8771 (anytime) 


TAX 
SHELTER 
NO SUBSIDY 
SHOWING 
CASH FLOW 


3500 sq. tt. on the ground floor 
•)RTY commercial — office space 

ideal for doctors, demists, etc. Tha 
1 building Is situated In Saanich on 
. a street with high traffic account. 
All apartments are rented and 
approx. 2300 sq. ft. of office soaca 
I is leased. The building qualified 
for full C.C.A. Vendor will consid¬ 
er carrying *400,000 1st at lO’Alo. 
’Asking 5525.000. 

: 288-1434 LEO PIGERT 598-1975 
EVAN WILLIAMS 388-4434 

WESTMONT 


RE.VENUE BUILDINGS REALTY (1977) Ltd. 
*750.0?°- J*foiected Net Revenue m Hillside 388-4434 


Household Realty 

SECOND 

MORTGAGE 


ITOKfflKSim/REALTORS 


RETAIL 


388-6454 


A 

ABACUS 

388-5365 


No bonuses 
No brokerage tees 
No finder's fees 

FAST SERVICE 


office of Housbotd Flnsnce 
Ask for Mortgage Services 
1218 Douglas Street 

382-8156 

3459 Saanich Road 

386-3226 


571,100. Only 


SERVICE STATION AND 
COFFEE SHOP 


SxS DUPLEX 
SELL OR TRADE 
.Here is » oood investment with • 
(5249.000. ‘ Proiected'“Net ~Revenue poteolial for further develop- 
1528.700. Office space vacant. men*- -ach side of this modern 

1 OFFICE WAREHOUSE dwrtex contains llvmq room with 

. 5225,000. Fully leased. Net Reva- floor-to-celllnq fireplace and in-line 

Buy building, service station and | nue $20,665 dining room, kitchen with adioin- 

coftee shop, located on a busy A n the above are modern concrete Ing sundeck, two bedrooms and 

corner in a grow.nq area. Owner i block construction buildings. bathroom. Downstairs the qround 

operates service station with two 7-SUITE APT. BLK. level floor is roughed In (or two 

mechanical service beys. Wife $155,000. In excellent condition and potential In-law suites (a third BR 
location. Good Revenue. is completed on one side). Near 

Vendors will consider trades on Lambrick Park and K-Mart. 

any of the above. Owner will carry taroe balance or 

For details call Gerrv Finnigan, consider house, condominium or 

3M-4739 or 388-6258, Cedric Steele lots In trade. 

Bfcaltv Ltd. Listed at 589,500. 

-~—- 595-1535 ERIC GRAHAM 656-4489 

S/S DUPLEX BOORMAN INVESTMENT CO. 


operates coffee shop and P?p 
Shoppe outlet. Price Includes equip¬ 
ment for both businesses. Stock 
extra at cost. Owner will also con¬ 
sider selling equipment and leas- 
Come on In ^r^c aM ^ the nearest ing you premises. Phone for full 


details (MLS 27829). 


W. E. (WIL) WILSON 

384-9335 477-4328 

davld burr ltd. 


MONEY 

PROBLEMS 


$$ WANTED $$ 

BUILDERS 
CONTRACTORS 
INVESTORS 


3 STOREYS DEEP! |- 

That's'right! This duplex has 2 full 
height levels below the main floor. 
Could be extra accomodation. 

I Main floor has 2 bedrooms, LR, 
kitchen and bath on each side. 

1 Large lot 100 x195'. New MLS No. 
29323. Asking 566,500. 

! SUPER REVENUE 

1 gross In 


LTD. 



"People Helping People" 


Mortgage money Immediately 
available. Difficult situations are 
our specialty. If 

Credit prOOtemS nova wren lir , 

turned down elsewhere trv us. No u r' 
red tape, interviews in the privai 
, of your own home. 24-hour O 
Any amount, anv reason. 

CALL 


|4 suites bringing in 11,101 _ 

TV* rnnctmrt nn irnhlp ,rts completely renovated and TAX SHELTERS 

To construct on aesirapie fully modern building. Look at _ r 

acreage close in. We offer this! 2—3-bedroom suites, 2—i-bed- 5*. shattirld nv 

........ intere st in S proposal that mlsTKotSo?| 

you have hadiyou may not want to pass information on the above pro- ments are available. This is my 
h - #v# b * en| - parties please°cal? CIlf? S&fa°t! 

385-7721 or 477-3626 — GARDNER GEOFF SINGLETON, 385-8771 
REALTY LTD. ; (bnylime) __ 


M.\ 


vard, close to schools and all ame-1 • — ^ . . -va ¬ 

nities. Slnqle family dwelling. 5550. ; 383-8345. 453 Admirals Rd. 
Credit and personal references re¬ 
quired. 479-5764. 


1 Rent to purchase at end of 1 year. 

—-——-nrl.Nfw 3 B.R. home in Central Saan- 

1-BEDROOM SUITE, 816 ich. 8550.00 per month with $2,000 

Princess Ave., 5 minutes from returned towards purchase. Phone 
town, elderly couple preferred, no : for details or view at 
children or pets, heat supplied; j <?V6 GALBRAITH 

$160, available now. 383-5788.,_ OPEN SAT. t SUN. 

3 AND 4 BEDROOM LARGE DE- 1 632-1177 1:30 f ° 4:00 450.3202 

luxe units. 1350 so. ft., ensultelL?- 652 3202 

bath etc., 6350 per month, (or will 
sell, low down payment 539,600) 

358-7557. 

Realty. 


. ■... SUPER DELUXE 

B liter man Capital City I Was__ the ^Display Suite of this 3.BDRM DELUXE HOME — MT. 


3-BEDROOM. 2-BATHROOM 
home. Oak Bav border area. South 
of Jubilee Hospital, range, fridge, 
dishwasher and drapes Included, 
no pets, references required. $400. 

658-8733. _ 

COLWOOD 

2-bedroom home, wall to wall, din¬ 
ing room, fireplace, laundry room, 
patio, fenced back vard. extra 
large separate garaqe; Dec. 1st. 
5375. 478-3606 OT 478-7381._ 


BAKERY and-or equipment for DEREK GREEN 
sale or lease, 1,500 sq. ft. wth cof- H 
fee shop. * 


Phone or Write 

Coastland Estates 

179-2150 479-948'", 

350 Hector 


specialized service In these areas 
I LARGE Mezzanine Level Chirac- j [_ DURAND 


WAREHOUSE 

ROCK BAY AREA — 1650 sq. ft. 
full-height with show room and of¬ 
fice. ,_ _ _ _ 

NORTH DOUGLAS - 9 000 sq. ft. ter RETAIL space available, 
full-height. Four loading doors. 3 rea » charm. 1,759 sq. ft. 

Direct access to Douglas St. 

. w . .. .. . Character OFFICE SPACE In very 

We also have other listings which attractive heritage building. Con- 

R a D S LAW° Ur reqU,re,,,en *386-3124 wenient ' 2 ' 251 and 926 sq ' ,f - 

-1— New Medical-Dental premises 

| available. Choice location. Brand 


388-7891 or 479-1475 
We are also now able to offer a 
full service of commercial and In- MOTELS 

dustrlaj loans. For. personal and ^ UNITS _ C(os , to downtown 
owners suite 3 rooms plus ' 


If you have revenue property you 
would consider selling, I would ap-i 
predat e your call. _ 

DUPLEXES GALORE! 

WE HAVE A WIDE! 
2 CHOICE OF SELF CON- 


l/ZeAlcr/i 

HOMESud 


new building. 


place, carport, in M il Bav. Built 1388-6314 

in 1975 on 1 acre. $300. Telephone -.- 

746-5895 or 479-8839. 


710 SQ. FT. 

- - - S impiS’ N | BEAUTIFUL OFFICE SPACE 

PFBtnR nilPLFX WITH BAL S3 W' ISt i“of c» BT“e’.c.i'iL. 

SUPERIOR DUPLEX WITH BAL .SAS0 o.m Avail Dec lit. MUSTIhJSSw-™ R«T»rLM sS.9741 PoHllIno Ms 710 so. H. ot oHict. II. 0, P.rtial. 
conv, sea vis*.. 2 MdrMms, lir*; BE SEENI WESTERN HOMES. H W R ,V space avallewe. The neool.ajle 

1^---rent Includes heaf. electricity, air 

MODERN 4-BEDROOM BUNGA- conditioning, parking and janitorial 

' Ivlng rooms 2 kitchens, 3. services. A musl sev Contact: finished. 

_ _ __ ns, 2 oarages, suitable tor 1 388-4434 WILF GEE 

close”?o room, full casement home. Fridqe 2 families. On Burnside Read, 
schobis: Recmtfv "f«dTOrM»d,|“W..«o»e + „DriveTn ga.aae. _ Oil West^^ Reasoaesle reel- PtlOM | APPROX. 100 SQ. FT. 

Situated In a convenient location 


1st AND 2nd 
MORTGAGE LOANS 

SOOKE — GULF ISLANDS 
SHAWNIGAN — DUNCAN 
UP-ISLAND — MAINLAND 


K’.r'o^BlM.lMMS .M^SSiTAINED DUPLEXES. NEW| 1M7 Cl0vera „ e 
ers. 14 units With kitchens Direct AND USED, WHICH 

TV - Ch ‘ OF’F'ER TAX SHELTER,! J39.900 

OR ECONOMI- 1 JAMES BAY 


deal phones, colored TV. Chit 
. dren s playground. Asking 6680,000. 

84 UNITS — Covered swimming JX(X)MF _ 

‘ LIV IN G 7 ~ * CALL a'“ t s m ccA f epprpvid SS/JUgi! 
^niaeTrsuife^Lirge moSiS* ' 38^7321. ASK FOR DEAN ed with^bwoments very cfose*>o 

manager!, suite. Large mortqaqe. ^ v.-ater makes oood revenue noten- 


Vt-TORIA ’ST MORTGAGES 


_ __ BUNGA- 

3017 SHELBOURNE STREET low. 2 living rooms 2 kitchens, 3, services. 
SIDNEY 3 BEDROOM DUPLEX. AVAILABLE DEC. 1st — 2-bed- catnrooms, 2 garages, suitable for 388-4434 

Sr - tS&Ks srA“W!!ffi *sa^ wriiaJbZw ^ 

S •W"® 5 »^s*c»rS*n v er*"r^ 

-. L TD., 385-7721. ! 3 

NEW DELUXE 2-BEDROOM. 

ileasanr views. 


elf VIEW is spectacular In this Phf FR O“^,%. P v 0I n ? s ^ v *^' ME 
fiel fessional Office. 1,100 sq. ft., fully r ... ... hbwVp« rniiw-4 


388-5365 

Courtesy to Realtors 


Call Mr. Douglas Hawkes Collect 
384 7128 (after hours 477-9544) 
DOUGLAS HAWKES LTD. 

990 BLANSHARD ST. 


10-yeer mortgage at Wc. env vrsn 

For further details call BERT SON rOR 
COLES 384-8001 or 592-3311, Royal VIEWING. 

- 1 BOORMAN 


' tiel. Call TERRY 
DETAILS OR 386 3494 (24 hrs.L_ 


ENJOYABLE 

BUSINESS 


wall-to-wall carpet, oleasani 
large yard, children and pets wel¬ 
come. Colwood-View Royal area 
5325. 383:2715 or 595-3867. 


. BZDROOMS, DEN, KITCHEN this clean office must be seen, 
nook, new wall-to-wall carpet. $400 388-4434 WILF GEE; 

per month (firm). References es- WESTMONT REALTY (19771 LTD 
sentlal. 2837 Park view Dr. Avail- 388-4434 388-4434 

Call Canada Trust I ~ 


5 AC. FARM HOME ___ 

3 bedroom home loafing sheds and abie"*Dtc. 1st. -- - _ __ ri 

large barn, own water supply. Co. 382-8111 local 28. 750 SQ. FT. GROUND FLOOR 

__Fruit trees, and qood pasture tttt—— ---—“ workshop, to car parking, dean 

OAK’ RAY RORDFR Available Dec. 1st. 5475 rent SHELBOURNE-CJEDAR HILL well lit shop, compressed air. 220 

UAK1JAY oUKULK 478-6361, after 6 . 592-1331. AREA volts. 3 phase, utilities and taxes 

Freshly redecorated, 2 bedrooms, I- .— On quiet street* 2-cedroom drive-in included. 5450 per month, 2620 

ireolace, wall-to-wall carpet, $385. JAMES BAY, 2 BEDROOMS, garage with fireplace. Pets al- Rock Bay Ave. 384-5321, 385-5542. 

fridge, stove, drapes, electricity.! family room, dining room, livinq owed. 5325 per month. Please call Available Jan. 1st., '78. 

5325. 479-5020. room, 2 fireplaces, wall-to-wall 386-6308. Mondav-Friday. 9-5 p.m. ---- 

“av-«7niip- npwfd~ carpet, walking distance to ocean, iluurhiATPi v 4 MCKENZIE AND BORDEN NOW 

B Li.« 1 Mrmrt f iplfl1 and ci,v cen,r e> utilities in- ^Vinkh.rt 1 room in teasing superior new office space 

, duplex, 3 bedroom, 2 eluded; references. 384-1454. 595- bedrooms plus finished room in area su itat>le tor lawyers. 



REVENUE APARTMENT AND 
TWF^TVI• YT commercial complex, approx. 5 j 
WVL-UU..M jars old, 5200,000 will handle, 
CO. consisting of 46 parking spaces, 

elevator (torn parking lot to ail 
, floors, commercial door 10,000 
sa. ft. with National tenants, of- 

Be en owner-ooerator of the most PAR EXCELLENCE flees and fully equipped dining 

lucrative professional business m 1 r.\n. , Iounflf Qf trail with kit- 

your area. We are offtrlng an| I chen. welkin freezer, stage and 

PnmrPT SFRVTfT exclusive non competitive business 1 ? vrs. old each side owner oc- b6 , .ate. Total caoaoty: 196 

rnAJAlrl £>r.tvVIL,£, opportunity. You will be dealing cupied 3 bedrms. ensulte plumb- people. Second and third floors: 

For all vour mortgage require- primarily with banks, office end ing, spacious in-line livma and din- eM rtments AsKing $728,000. 

PtTER PRIM- government buildings, hofels, mo- ing with FP and family size kitch- phone 388-6474 Monday to Friday 

, tels, apartment buildings, hospitals, en. Superior In construction wifh 9 a .m. - 4 p.m. or S92-J573. 

etc. No experience, necessary, as 


612 FORT ST. 


GAARD at 382-9191. 

CANADA PERMANENT 
TRUST COMPANY 


SIDE 

fenced In. JH9PW__ I 

bathroom, fridge, stove, 6325 
monthly. Happy Valley and Sooke 
Road area. 479-2788. 


basement, fireplace, large lot, 
aarage. children welcome, 6390. 
BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY PROP- 598-3817 after 5 and weekends, 
erty, small 4-bed room house on . . * " ~ ae ~ r. ~ o XA.. , a ore ne 
Glen Lake. Fenced play yard. ? A ND 4 BEDROOM. LARGE! DE 
$350 per month,, oossession Jan. units. I3» in. 


"People Helping People" 

DOCTORS 
DENTISTS 
1022 Pandora Ave. 


In busv suitable for lawyers, 
doctors, dentists, accountants etc. 

Air conditioned, excellent parking, ’ 

available January 15th. 479.7117. i —OWicm, For Lease 

... — - — —Ground Floor 

—Air Conditioned 


i iuhc wi.i.a, «*«. ft., ensuite 

i bath etc., 5350 per month, (or will A choice - - --- rr-^-j, t- 
i sell, low downpayment, 539,600). 4a -* a - Available in 
13oc-7557. H. Bitterman Capital Ci»v i J , ^ d *, rn l M 


opposite city oar-, 


SOOKE 

Up and down duplex, 2 bedrooms n 
each, village centre. $225 P«r! h^ty )5th. ’474^2490' 
month. 652-4286 or 642^3931 before 5 , 

p.m. OPTION TO BUY 

i bckbu— ei.irtr t ' v D APrx 2 ~ bedroom fireplace, appliances. I Realty. 

fcISSPi, 5 J32 T Wll!on J st. Slov°: bJ'E m ;ard”lt»o"johnson ’s“ BE » DELUXE 3-BEDROOM I Morouerd' ProeerlTn. 3I3H16B: 

fridge, washer, dryer, heat Incl.' per month. 595-5271. .wall-to-wall caroct, pleasant views, .... r.r-.r/m.,. 

" 1st occupancy. --large yard, children and pets we, WAREHOUSING 

.. '910. BEAUTIFUL DELUXE 3-BED- come. Colwood-View Royal Area. 

room, 1500 sq. ft. townhouse, in 15325. 383-2715 or 595-3847. 


building 

RtMona 


.».« .... Low Rate 
conditioned profes- —Central Location 


FOR ALL YOUR MORTGAGE 
dealinqs whether it \>e arranging, 
buying, selling. 

BARRIE HAMILTON 
CHARTER MORTGAGE CORP. 

388-4455 

Mortgages Available 
Don MacGHlivrav 
Seaboard Properties Ltd. 
3947A Quadra Street 

_479-7T38_ 

FUNDS AVAILABLE 
unusual situations welcomed. Pri¬ 
vate party will make, or purchase. 
; second mortgages, one or two y<*ar 
term. 477-4439. 


full’training provided. Ortlv serious level with 4 pee. Rl plumbtno — 
orinr idaIs need apply 572,500 F.P. well planned tor further deveiop- 
Some terms available For appoint- nwnt. This is a weil priced duplex 
ment phone: 604 464-2314 11 a.m. ?J. *• >5.000- MLS. 

10 3 p.m. _ 


479-5916. 


One month free, new warehouse, 

SIDE X SIDE, DUPLEX, 3-BED-|i5Tit'.r'eX cime'io 'a’i'aSSie;.' ''r'-wTc, n .( W m 'hill }? 2 rf,ke 2l< h«!ed“tj ! «3 

rooms upstairs, 2-bedrooms down $<oo per month, phone 552-0662 to FA ‘ RF ' E i;?,„ A I •SI r ^S2 1 N h noY 1 h 4T7-5274^ or 479 7041 

stairs, living room, double plumb- view park, modern 2 bedroom D-nga- per sq. ft. aii-sih _ 

ing, automatic heat, Quadra-Hill- ---low, fireplace, full basement $380 a snoKF 

M, ar.a,S300 a month. MJ-sgSJ. MOOERN 3-BEDROOM nranin. Lhilaren consiSerM. ,Mr-1 rtfall ,or .rum 

SasEr- , ^ - cosy-, 1 

course, fridqe, stove and water Januarv '• v,/3 - JW edroom house with large bright before 5 p.m. 

included. 5295 Per month. Phone COSY 2 BEDROOM HOUSE FOR k.tchen, livinq room. din.nq room J 

478-0286 after 5 p.m. rent Ideal location iust off Gorge and utility room. 5325 per month. AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY. 

-- e-V —— Rd. Immediate possession. Phone Cobble Hill 743-9643, modern 2000 tt. (will subdivide) of- 

WEST . 5*3 *3M1»I (Vancouver). , -«.v” n’R"5SiSSu)“rnT- . >»«•• axcallanl .. expoiure, 



(£riirtr £tcrlp 
iSralty St6 


ESQUIMALT, 


_ MILL BAY — 2 BEDROOM COT- 


Terrace, 2-bedroom, lower duplex, __-,-, „ 

5260. Heat, wafer, range, fridae, FOR RENT, CENTRALLY LO taae, semi-furnlshed, 5160 
included. Referencs required, cated 2-bedroom home, lull base- , month, ideal for retired 

477-520). ment and garage, stove and (ridge T43-5742. 

-j-1 Included, 5275 . 386-7065. -- 


OFFICE SPACE 

2 good locations in modern build¬ 
ings. 620 sq. ft. up to 3,500 sq. tt. 

Prices from 54.85 per sa. ft. to 
56.00 sq. tt. 

WAREHOUSE SPACE __ _ _ . 

1,500 sq ft. to 4.500 sq. ft. at $4.00 0 ^ ICocktall Bar. Cabaret Restaurant, 

sq. ft 8.000 sq ft at 52.7a sq. ft. 2 10 */° tST. MORTGAGE ON 1 room5i a *pnalt parking, central lo 

_ cle^n, $.bedroom, full 0 „, ^ svsvt, * s 

bedroom (Rrt.jjgp- 5s^->35. a !i3s. G *c v « i rE“$iS!i KiJSSi 1 • Mty«. 


couple. 


parking lot. dose to Woodwards. 
Reasonable rent. Phone owner, 

383-8774 and 382-1234._j 

~ THREE SHOPS TO RENT 


Funds available immediately for 
1st and 2nd mortgages. Contact: 
david burr ltd. 


MORTGAGES 
FOR SALE 

1ST MORTGAGE 

1 year term — 13°o 
Covenant and Security in our opin¬ 
ion top quality and will stand up 
to rigid investigation 

Don MacGillivray 
Seaboard Properties Ltd. 
479-7138 


FLOWERS 
AND GIFTS 

Now I s' the time to get into the 
trade for the Crisfmas Season, 
completely equipped to handle all i 
facets of business, member of both 
wire services. Quick possession.: 
Terms can be arranged. Further. 
information available. ML 28872, ; 

RUSa FITZSIMMONS — 177-2412 
JAY ROGERS - 595-5171 

Canada Trust _ 


ROCKLAND 
GOVERNMENT 
HOUSE 


OPEN HOUSE 
I 62062.' CAT!ffiRINE ST. 
SAT. 1:30-4:30 

Brand new SxS duplex on verf 
nice boulevarded street. Set vour 
rents, develop high above-ground 
(basement. PERFECT investment 
'or HOME and INCOME. 589.S00. 
MLS 28909. MRS O ZACHARY in 
attendance. 572-1S25 or S92-2265. 
BOORMAN INVESTMENT CO. 
■ LTD. _‘__ 

SIX UNITS 


Resthome or rooming house 

$ 129,000 mm _RHL,_ 

This 3-storev building is In tlotop rooms with Incorrzrof $12,852 vear- 
snape. A good investment in one of vendor will assist with flnanc- 
Vfctorla's Prestige areas. 5 Ing. This unit yields exceptional 
bathrooms, Bedrooms galore. To leturn. Call now for Information. 
View Call SHANE BEFURT MLS. 


RESTAURANT 
FOR SALE 

Excellent downtown location with 
good lease. Well equipped. $78,030. 

For further information and de¬ 
tails phone: 

GEORGE HESS (Invest In beautiful ocean front co' 

477-7284 , 24 hrs. Res. 479-7069! dominiums and country esta *-* 

D. F. Hanley Associates that offer excellent future appre.. 


WATERFRONT 
TAX SHELTER 


ADELLA ZARFT 
477-7291 (Bus.) 477-1031 (Res) 

JOY HAMILTON 

477-7291 (But ) 592-4968 I Res,) 

D.F.H. REAL ESTATE LTD. 


ation potential and Immediate tax 
savings. Up to 90 per cent finane- 1 
UP-ISLAND HOTEL I Ing at 1st mortgage rates plus 1 j 
One of a kind, no competition. |guarantee. For further, 
Perfect operation for one or two information can j 

operators,_ Hotel ^consists^of ^Pub.j OCEAN VILLAGE 


642-5254 


OAK BAY, SIDE BY SIDE. 

newly decorated 2-bedroom duplex, : FOR RENT, j dcu»kl/v»v» ; ——-----„ 9 quar« ... 

near rec. center, stove, fridge, house, large Idt. Langford area, Hospital. No oblections Children ° r street, available 
drive-ln qarage. Phone 382-1464._(option to buy, 5325 per month, pets. 5340 . 595-2589, 598-210L_. | Phone 3bb-4491 , ass tor Dave 

SPACIOUS. CLEAN 2 BEDROOM ----- 2 BE 5 R ,? 0M ' o ^ ASE .^| NT i Sl { l iL Ba ’ rd °*L j0h !L? < !l 1 '- 

duplex, fenced vard and patio. 1 OLDER 3 BEDROOM DUPLEX, off Dallas 5200. Includes RETAIL 70 o BLOCK FORT ST., 

iet allowed, 520_ Springfjrld._$285. $250. per month includes ..heat, .hydro. 383-7230. Available per month. Approximately 


383-4739 or 388-6258, Cedric Steele 
Realty Ltd. 


Available immediately. 478-0915. 

' BEDROOM SUITE. AVAILABLE 
Dec. 1st, 5180. per month. Children 
welcome, to view from 4-7 p.m.) 
924 Empress Ave. 


Call to Dec. 1st. 


1100 sq. ft. Great I 


IMMEDIATELY — shop, some capital 
W air . fridge. MMhold ^Improvement 


_ I AVAILABLE 

3 BEDROOM WITH FRIDGE AND 3-neJrocm, u .. .jc,. o». ... 

stove, some drapes, 5350. per stave, 1200 block Pandora Avenue, dayllme, 474 1 

month. Available now. 383^149 be- ; No anim als. 386- 6191._, 0 nE MONTH FREE, 1000 SQ. FT. 

$225 iof retail space, excellent traffic 


382-0413 
after 7 p.m. 


tween 6-8 p.m. 


GORGE AREA I Two bedroom furnished basement i ,ri station centre. Ideal 

2 or >3-bedroom home to rent on,suite. Burnside-Tillicum area, and sarvica situation. 5550 par 
month to month basis, 5350 per 478-0008. _ 


Lanqford Rentals 


month, 386-2654. 


3176 DONALD ST.. 3-BEDROOM 


2 BR DUPLEX WITH INLAW 
suite. Newly decorated, 5375' per 
mo. Close to Town and Country. 

479-4634, Amolewood Dev. 

2 BEDROOM SIDE BY SIDE Du¬ 
plex, carport at rear, stove, fridge 
and water Included; available Dec. 

1st. $2 95. 4 79-6586._ 

2 BEDROOM. FULL BASEMENT, _ uuunwu --- v.m. 

stove and fridqe included. Close to LOVELY NEW 3-BEDROOM house has carpets, fireplace and I REALTY LTD. — 385-7721, 
Pemberton Park. Available Dec. i townhouse for rent, wall-to-wall garage. 5350. 478-1721 between 
15th. 598-7389 after 6. I carpeting throughout, fridge and a.m. - 5 P.m. 

--““'‘Stove Included. 658-8846. 


BRENTWOOD 
VILLAGE SQUARE 
RETAIL SPACE 

NOW LEASING 




LTD. — 61! FORT ST. 
SAILING SCHOOL 
SALES AND CHARTER 


FAIRFIELD 
456 CHESTER 
3 SUITES 


50% 

33 SUITES 
1977 A R P. 

85% OCCUPIED 
GOOD C.C.A. 

For full details please contact 
Vaughn L. Thompson l C. 8$ l. 
REALTOR. Vlcfo r a Realty Ltd., 
386-3585, res. 658-8511. 


CAPITAL COST 
ALLOWANCE 
APARTMENT 


can re interest only monthly 
amortized to suit mortgages. 

Please call Mr. Douglas Hawkes i 
at Douglas Hawkes Ltd., 990 Blan- 
shard St., 384-7128 latter hours 1 __ 

4 _ 7M54 1!:_Downtown location, with excellent c JnditSn’^OiT* heatinq *proo- 1 Year Old. 16 suites. Underground 

57C.OOO FIRST. 11 PER CENT docks, office, and •parking. Good ertu is 57x ?0 and ioi nVd R32 Full -? rt< ih5- Un.versify area. ARP 

5-year term, 3-month pre-pay, 5700 r *t cr ?'_P rl Vl*.?"fj MU?Pfftd price SBJ ' 000 - Drive flnd caH bSlL°/1XcC A RTflt 5S25 '° 00 ^ 592 3970 

per month Excellent security. Potential, including full tquipped HAROLD WARE , OFF. 386-6164, McCARTER 592 3970 

Local property. For more partlcu- sailboats. $89,000. Res. 385-1580. Castle Properties. HENDERSON REALTY LTD^ 


lars. 388-5454. 


1ST MORTGAGE INVESTMENTS 
Mr. Hawkes at Douglas Hawkes — 
Ltd., 990 Blanshard. 384-7128. I 


_(HEART of BRENTWOOD SHOP-I ^ L ^^ 1 . v T, llw I contained and metered. Stained „ l. . 

2-BEDROOAA NO tSZXgm !«’» s» WANTED TO BORROW 23W*. toeffi °J5? ,5Si" HHfES .' ™, .u»ird'«.T,;Vr.^«6 -n. 

large yard, fireplace, fridge and : menu jMO^month.^ 479 ; 02J8_after STORES FOR LEASING. INFOR-t- I ---1 in a. busy shopping maii, in a P fl „l Rrew j market.. situated m a charming 


Residence Office « !! * ■ ■ _ 385 ~ 15 * L 

"ILoCX brSsTrealTY LID I FAIRITELD DUPLEX 

_“ “ 'Lovely character up-and-down du- 

DRY CLEANING l 01 ** Upper suite f?mP]etely salt-, 

franchised store, fully!! 


385-9741 


ESQUIMALT 

PARKLANDS 


*s3 , bo«iL XAT&i s,r ”'' J ‘ 9 p m ■ Su —|i"cE*.'r»n^ tv$» Ri^rAH MATION 

-660 Douglas Street, 658-5564. COLWOOD AREA. 3-BEDROOM j for cim, Salmond^at^GARDNER Mr. D. Munro^Vic^-ia Realty Ltd. 


CONSIDER 


'growing residential area. Fran 
!chiser will train purchaser or will 388-6421 


Paul Bregg 


heavily treed area. One unit has ‘ 


CITY CENTRE 


TRH EE-8 EDROOM SIDE-BY-SIDE _ CEDAR HILL NEAR SEARS. | Or*rlj'" Mil*SI*S«rijS“m<mnL! 2 E ^o?l«Af ,C WM U '- IN n>I TO <>ifROBERT FU'S 

cuuancY G& it'SX: kSi R ?^ L .: Mssrussnst ia ss sssr-JSSssr-•Sr&»," , «s ,K si northern Kane 

... e to schools, 5330. 595-7388._ ft. of storage, 6 S00. Phone 365-6718. j have the following space avail- RF*AI TY ITT) 

_ NORTH PENDER ISLAND, DOUGLAS ST. STORE ut I 47Q_i\-o- 

SIDNEY -bedroom, basemont. wall-to-wall Lara# prim# retail store for lease, i v)i7S2£ism* 47Mb8< 

• aroeting, fireplace, electric heat, Main floor 2588 so. ft. with 653 sq. 3rd Moor 1,200 ------ 

- - —- —- *• Mezzanine, plus basement (258 Telephone “ 388-7511 — Mr. AAoir ii» 0 542,000. 1st MORTGAGE. 


Well secured la*a per tent to 18 se i| without franchise. Full price 
per cent returns on short and me- $55,000 For more details contact 
,!«!? mortgages Amounts vERNON-MART N, 386-2955, CEN- 
from $5,000 placed readily giving a TURY 21 Mayfair Realty. 


7Aontreal Trust 386-2111 


HALF OF l-BEDROOM DUPLEX 
In Brentwood Bay. Mature adult or 
couple, no pets. Available De¬ 
cember 1st. 652-2263. 


LANGFORD NEW DUPLEX, 
three bedroom"., big basement, 
fridge, stove, close to school, 5350. 

478-9859. _ 

NEAR NEW THREE BEDROOM, 
fridge, stove, fireplace, large 
fenced yard, Langford area, 
monthly. 479-8332 or 479-7890. 


NO RENT TILL 1978, 2_Y EAR 
old SxS 3 bedroom duplex onfqulet 
Co<wood Street 5350 per month. 
479-5629. 


Modern 4-bedroom home for rent. 1 

phone 656-6379 after 4:30 or week- —;--* - ‘ -g,|s q . ft.). Located at Mto Douglas. |_ joo.iju© — w._iryin« 12 year term — Security new vie- 

enas '- ! «5?7 OICE 1 Ca " Morauard Propartles. 383U168. | *0EST _ DOUGLAS ST. LOCATION" I for,a hom «- P« id monthly. 

BEDROOM, R U ' 16 mies out. 5*15. 64/-34VF. i-— ——- --- — _ 1 


SIDNEY. 3 OR _, 

house, separate garage, available! 
December 1st., 5350 per month, 211 
656-1425. 

TWO BEDROOM, 313 ISLAND 


HOITSES TO RENT 
FURNISHED 


| FORT AND COOK — IMMEDIATE 

(occupancy, 1660 sq. ft. ground floor 1300 sq. - -- - 

1 space. 1800 sq. ft. second floor exposure, two large and several 
space — parking. small private offices, plus large 

Montreal Trust 386-2111 (general work area. Very reason- 
-- 1 Ahle rates include heat, elpclricitv. 


nfflc* soar* excellent 1 ,63 ° 3rd MORTGAGE $t0.000. 

lira*?"inri* dverai R « a “ n able equity. 2 year term. 

vw larae and several |nt#fst paj(J 

Please call MR. HAWKES at 


5350 Highway, 5177 per month. Fridge .££ RT| - Y FURNISHED 2-BED- oPpirg ' oN ~ DQU GLAS 5 MIN- «ble rates include heat, electricity. DOUGLAS HAWKES LTD. 

and stove, vacant December^ I. fOOM HOUSE «n Brentwood vii- OJFICE ON DOUGLAS. 5 MIN caretaker , »rvices and elevator. 990 BlSnshard St. 284-7128 

°° M furnace ' i26 ° vK a?M, ‘ smar!? 7 tinSS $115.! Cal L Roy »L. T ^'-? < ^ 1 l_. «es. 477-9544. 

SIDNEY AREA, BEAUTIFUL MR™ WEBB, 477-3095, 385-2481 1 592-082 8._ ; _ 3200 SQ. FT. VACANT BUILD; 

house, 3 or 4 bedrooms, full base Swinerton's Realty World FOR REN1 ■ 1 2-STOREY OFFICE 1 ?' 9 °° ,°J . . ,ronta 9 e * . 375 

rsv^Kir fuus-Pu^sHM^-res '"s' “sss?: 

JANUARY 1ST, LOWER, 2-BED- i-—-x-,room house for Jan., Feb., March, 2825 6 d9e St ' please Immed. poss. 2070 Henry street, 

room, near bus, stores, near Sum- 9-BEDROOM. 6-BATHROOM, SE-(near bus, mature couples only. ca " ___'Sidney, B.C. 5650 per month. 

mlt Street, adult, 5219, 598-4060 CLUDED ROCKLAND AAANSION ' $32$ per month, services paid.' r.ROUND FLOOR COMMERCIAL t-vear lease available. Call Mr, 
evenings. _(^OR^ LEASE. CALL EVES.,. Pho ne 59 5-6379._(space In Esqulmalt._ New building ! Gardner,. 385-7721 — Gardner 


'TEN MILE POINT, 4-BED- j 1,900 *>. ft* af *2 *** «>• ft. j Realty L td. 


NEAR SEARS, 4 BEDROOMS. ---- .-- «..ww ....... ----- a . 

tathrooms, rumpus room, W-W 3-BEDROOM, MAIN FLOOR, IN rooms, dining room, den, available | M6D832 9-5. _ JAMES BAY RETAIL 

rug, fridge and stove, no pets, Langford.. 5250 glus 1 ? utilities, no 3-6 months from January. 5350-5550 ST0RAGE cp ACE pqR RENT, 1300 sa. ft. of commercial space 
available anytime, 5350 . 595-0839. pets. 178-8985, 478-3)22. per month, depending on number |Ji £ c «. e^froiitd s »or8«e. available immediately (street 

- I Of people. 477-04JJ. i 


THREE-BEDROOM, STOVE. RENT WITH OPTION TO BUY. ___ 

fridge, wall-to-wall. I’-i baths, re- Three bedrooms larae garage. 3-BEDROOM 
. . ■ Close lo school and bus. 479-5548. 


MOBILE 


WHOLE UPSTAIRS OF A HOUSE, 
Jubilee area one bedroom. f$195 
unfurnished, 5225 furnilhed. 
595-2233. 1 


S300. Minimum 6 months lease to 
„ _ suitable tenants, option to pur- 

ONE-ROOM MOUNTAIN-TOP : chase. 478-5637. 

cabin. 13 miles to Victoria. 5125.'--. 

592-6609. 2 BEDROOM DEJ-UXE, HOME 1st. 656-1928, 656-4945. 


controlled storage, available immediately 
(Gorge Shopping Centre Ltd.,, level). 5600 per month. 
HOME, 380-5812. 


OOOD LOCATION. MT. STE 9 
near Cook-Hillside, 2 bed/ 

5320 month, R, Sartorlus 384-3 

CLOSE TO PARLIAMENT BUILD- 
logs. 5250. Available January 1st, 
1978. 2 bedroom. 595 4231. 

JUBILEE UPPER DUPLE3L 
furnished, heat, quiet adults, 590. 
592-1985. 


- BEDROOM, Hi BATH TOWN-1 bus." "maiur'e" Muure"’ Yi» "perl._. __ 

®*'3M ster nMr - rv — - in - - 1 nST^FhT s! SwaSS Xs 

- *- - --1 FURNISHED MALAHAT CABIN. 656-4309 evenings. 

CUTE 2 BEDROOM HOME Fireplace, waterview, weekly or ~ 

close to Camosun Colleae, 5375. monthly, 5200 . 478-9231. £ 0R FT- BEA S^t* 

592-1606 - —-Ave., Sidney. Office space or suit- 

LANGFORO WATERFRONT ONE able (or small business. Will alter 
bedroom cottage, 5275 monthly, to suit. 285-0055. 

Phone 478-6080 or 286-9758. 


NEW DUPLEX. RENT WITH OP- 
tion to buy. Dec, 1st, I'/j bath, car- 
port, storage shed s. 5320 . 478-6156. 

VACANT, 2 BEDROOM, NEW 
lower house, laundry room, fridge, 
stove, flreplece L 5220. 479-5965. 
DOWNTOWN 'AREA! 3 BED 
room*, wall to wall carpet, stove, 
fridge, 5300. 382-5953._ 

2-BEDROOM SIDE. CARPORT, 
sundeck, fridge, stove, drapes, 
$325. 598-18 92._ 

l-BEDROOM, CARPORT, HEAT, 
light, laundry supplied. Available 
December 1st. 3834 )904. 

HALF A DUPLEX FOR RENT, 
Sidney, es of March 1st, 
656-5715. 


VACANT, TWO BEDROOM SIDE 
by side, full basement, large lot, 
$265. 450 Craigflower. 385-5330. 
AVAILABLE. DEC. 1ST, 4 BED" 
rooms. 2 bathrooms, Close to 
Kmart. ’388-4627._ 

IN SIDNEY, 2 BEDROOMS, 
rent $220. Phona 477-7886. 


2 WAREHOUSE AREAS OF 3400 435 Fort St. 
sq. ft. from $1.75 and one "Cabinet 
Shop" ot 3500 sq. ft. at 242 Mary 


david burr ltd. 


ESQUIMALT. COZY 2-BEDROOM 
cottage, children and pets wel¬ 
come. $260 . 592-0738. 


3 BEDROOM HOUSE. LARGE 
yard, near town and bus. After 5 
. 386-3008, 3860134. 

3 BEDROOM. FIREPLACE, 
large garage, sundeck, appliances, 
S325. 382-0080, 382-8697. 


212 


. BEDROOM HOUSE, AVAIL- 
able now. 5260 per month plus 
utilities. Adults, no pets. 595- 8009. 
SUBURBAN COTTAGE 2 PER- 
sons (married couple), no pets, 1 
block to beach, shopping, 
churches, 5195. Leave number 9-11 
a.m. 658-5224. 


Dependable, mature couple seek,_ 

quiet secluded residence prefera HALL FOR RENT FOR YOUR 
d,v „ °.'!.-^.4 ,, \.F as, _ 9*$.i s * a .D d _ ! Christmas parties, weddings or 


Gulf islands Need not be close toi mM tinqs. 385-2037 or 479-7347. 

Victoria. Wiliinq to maintain prop¬ 
erty. Childless, no pets. Refer- w .....— —....— 

ences. All inquiries answered, i sales lot with RV franchises avail- dential and Industrial applications. 
Write A. Hanson c-o General Deli-1 able. 478-5812- ( ROBERT ELLIS 

very Shawnigan Lake. - 


3-BEDROOM HOUSE FOR RENT 
in Esqulmalt, close to schools. 
385-4311, 385-1711. 


BEDROOMS, WOOLCO AREA. 
$300 a month, automatic heat, 
'383-8054. 


OLDER 3-BEDROOM HOUSE, 
near Sears, children and pets O.K. 
$305 pe r month , 479-41 43._ 

5 BEDROOM' LARGE HOUSE, 
fireplace, large yard, $395. 3890 
Douglas Street. 658 5564^_ 

WOODS lOE COTTAGE, 1-BED 
room, other buildino-., outside 
Sooke. reasonable. 642-3144. 


HOCSES WANTED 
TO RENT 


- |i PRIVATE FURNISHED OFFICE 
within a total of three share steno 
receptionists, pleasant atmosphere. 
595-1919 davs, 477-9774 evenings. 


233 MORTGAGE LOANS 
and INSURANCE 


NATIONAL 

TRUST 


12 SUITES ONLY $212,000 

7 years old. eesy-care block in 
Simpsons-Sears area. Never a va¬ 
cancy, good return, good neat and 
clean tenants. The best buy for 
investors. 


598-3677 Res. 1 bedrooms, the other two. Well 
1 'worth vour inspection, tv appoint- 

ment. Exclusive with John Mo- 
lyard at only 189,500. Good financ¬ 
ing. To view call 386-3585, res. 
384-4827. Victoria Realty Ltd. 


SECOND MORTGAGE 
$35.000-I4*o 1-YEAR TERM 
SECOND MORTGAGE 
S30.000 -14«o 1-YEAR TERM 
FOR DETAILS CONTACT 
MR. MCKENZIE 386-7521 
BOORMAN INVESTMENT CO. 
LTD. 

612 FORT ST. 


YOU DON’T 
LIKE OFFICE WORK! 

Then here's an Interesting business i clean tenants. 

feftSSRfflB 

anv other hand carried items. Ask- 1 BL OCK BROS. REALTY LTD. 

ing $19,500 Including a 1976 car. I 'pay* guci tcd 10N C.C A. for 1970 

Exclusive. For details phone 1AA WliXIbK, can be registered and resold as 

TERRY EDEN. 386-3494 ( 23 hrs.). 21 unit townhouse development Strata. 

Western Homes Ltd. foundation in bv Dec. 31, 77. Will Positive cash flow at 60*o Mort. 

- . -) qualify for C.C.A. of 10“o In future gage 

NO VACANCIES ! ; years. Some development costs to | Daon 383-2834 

In this 31-SUITE APARTMENT be passed on (or 1977 tax year. To 
BUILDING CENTRALLY LOCAT- be strata titled for future conve- 
ED 4 STOREY WITH ELEVA- nleoce. A Daon Development. 

TOR. Excellent parking. Resident | Please caU: 4T0 . lft - 

, manager. Large existing mortgage 477-1841 G. L. LLOYD 479-4105 
at 9i»\ For further details call! Block Bros. Realty Ltd. 

CHES HAYS 3*4-8001 or *58 5663 -7.., Dx/ Cir\C r 

Royel Trust. _SIDE-BY-SIDE 


SMALL 
TOWNHOUSE 
PROJECT 


THE BRAE MAR 
BEACON HILL 
PARK 


BUSINESS 

OPPORTUNITIES 


Delicatessen 

and 

Meat Market 


Stalely four suite apartment build- 
ing situated 1 block from the park 
5 C«|« c >1 PI PY and shoPDinp and on a very quiet 

bervice & bales 4 -tlca strMl Priced ^ a auick M i e a t 

IS years of home service, excellent Each suite has 2 BRS and one ha*,$79,900. M.L.S. Call CHRIS GREIG 
established accounts training full basement. 4 undercover park- 366-A164 or 478-5953. 

Period included if required, store Ing soots — laundry room. Cen-:-- _ 

fixtures, machinery. Inventory, trally located. $116 000. C41 OQQ 

sample stock, truck and equip- 385-7721 Kent MacLeod 595-4273' $ . , ' 7 w 

ment. Price 527,500. Terms can be GARDNER REALTY LTD. , This estate sale orovWes excellent 
arranged. Ph. 3*4-5013 eves, tor | —-opportunity for a oood return on 


appt. 


- 


your investment it y«u are ready 
to cut so me hard work into uc^ 


VIC WEST ; gradinq "slx'housekeeoina unfts 

l nave fne proven locenon in 1 Bi _. d K 0m » converted to old#r hom *- Central area. Current 

Sooke. No competition. Established ' “' q (h?o?ex C °Evervmir>a t ro ** revenue in excess ot 65300. 

tor 2 veers. Mismanagement e«„v rented Re^ts for *•" tod av': 

previous n™ e e a r „!!?* -ill 386-8441 Rutn Crossland 595-5677 

" H^ , M P SiX!womorn. i Co.. Umiled 
652.42B4 | KEN ! APARTMENT BLOCK 


years. 

forced the closure by _ 

owner. Approximately ICOO sq. 
$350 per month. Also two other 
spaces at 5300 per month, 
or 642-3931, before 5 p.m. 


| , 


12 SUITES 

Close to Beacon Hill Park and 
Fairfield Village. Good revenue, 
excellent land potential. Ottered at 


OPPORTUNITY DVTrrvn,-, »$» 

53.000 will buy Into operating mid- RLVLNLL. SJb.9(X) 
island auto wrecking business, close to city. 4 unit buildinq, Ex- 
Low overhead, fully stocked and cellent return. Owners suite could , $225,000. 
equipped. 3*4-2313 davs, 479-1102, re „t for $250, other 3 units bring! 

after 7. I$315f Excellent condition. Call : Residence Office 

,- THRFP T hQPS TO RENT - PETER TER VEER 304-8001 or 598-1420 477 1141 

mwn’v™ a busv Street In Down- 0 ne 900 square SS) sffo two 1800 ( 479-158 8 Royj} T rust. Block Bros. Realty Ltd. 

l°^ n ST square toot shoos. 731 Pemtroke 1 

and showing an excellent return , street, available January _ 1st. 


URGENT 


, COLWOOD-LANGFORD. 

| square feet, retail space, $250. j 
478-7990. 


Al McDonald — 595-2121 
Stan James — 479-7161 
National Trust Real Estate 


WANTED JAN. 1ST., 1978 TWO 
or three tedroom unfurnished 
house in Victoria by optician, wife 
and two children. Approx. $250 to 
5350 rent. Apply Mrs. B. Cross. 
No. 2, 743*5th St., Wevburn, Sask. 
842-6328. 


ENGLISH FAMILY WANTS TO 
lease or rent with option to buy. 
older 3-bedroom home with quiet 
back qarden. Sldney-Saanich or 
Brentwood preferred. 656-3259, 
656-4732. 


RESPONSIBLE WORKING 
woman with two cats desires small 
house- or duplex, 5180 to S2C0. 
385-8557 before 3:30. 


YOUNG WORKING MAN 
5 BEDROOM, STOVE AND ' quires house with cheap rent, 
fridge. Available now. 479-2509. do maintenance. Call 382-0401. 


, T " ° n *" ,or . fh * o-uue,. Soaclous ,nd oleai- p™, jeiLrtlsu MrOm Baird 

7 5 0 | types oj mortgages. M>1> , ant worklnq area (or (our conge--of j 0 hn Bell 
nial full-time employees who are 
anxious to remain. The full price 
at 579,000, includes all equipment 
and fixtures which are of top qual¬ 
ity and good worklnq condition. It 
you are interested in this reliable 
year-round business, then please 
contact. MLS. 

LORNE BARR 

477-7291 (Bus.) 383 5484 (Res.) 

SANDY CRAWFORD 
477-7291 384-8075 (Pqr. 458) 

O.F.H. REAL ESTAT; LTD. 


MORTGAGES 
— I Quick decision on Interim, 
COLDSTREAM FRONTAGE and . long-term commercial, 


ESQUIMALT LEGION BUILDING.' NORTHERN PACIFIC RE- 


RETAIL OR OFFICE, CORNER 
Craiaflower and Tillicum. 1800 sq. 
ft. 650-5736. 


ALTY LT