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BLINK FOR SOME, BLACKOUT FOR CAPITAL 


Lights-out spices rush hour 


CBer Bill Hudson directs traffic at Bay and Blanshard during outage 


Depending on where they were, Vancou 
ver Islander* were hit with everything 
from a mere blink of the lights to a 33-minute 
power failure late Wednesday afternoon. 

The massive failure began at 4:48 pm. In 
lime to play tricks with homebound Vic¬ 
toria area traffic and the preparation of 
countless suppers Some other communi 
ties were affected to a lesser degree, indud 
ing Nanaimo and Port Alberni. 

A number of phone calls to the Colonist 
indicated a fear among the public that the 
loss of power had something to do with the 
B.C. Hydro strike, now in its fourth day. But 
a Hydro spokesman in Victoria pul an end to 
that line of thinking. 


■ "No," he said. "I don't even want to see have been expected to play havoc with 
any mention of any such suggestion." rush-hour traffic In Greater Victoria where 

Thp spokesman said the failure was the ■ from » mtautes 10 » 

result of a "technical problem" concerning 
a power cable linking Vancouver Island with 


the mainland. He said the problem occurred 
"in equipment on this end of the cable." 

Oddly enough, the Victoria area was hit 
with two failures a week before Wednes 
day's incident. The area of impact was 
much more restricted at that time and the 
cut-off was blamed on automatic switch¬ 
ing equipment. 

With buses off the road because of Hydro's 
transit strike, the loss of traffic lights might 


minutes. But it didn't. 

Police officers directed traffic atrnost of 
the main intersection and occasionally a 
pedestrian emerged in the same role at 
other intersections. 

"The traffic moved pretty well, although 
slower than usual," a Victoria traffic offi¬ 
cer said. 

"Actually, the cars got through those in¬ 
tersections without any real problems. 
Maybe we should turn all the traffic lights 
off for a while and see what happens." he 
quipped 


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No. 79 — 120th Year 




Colonist 


Vancouver Island's leading newspaper since 1858 

Victoria, British Columbia, Thursday, March 16, 1978 


Rain , 
high 10' 

Weather Details 
«a Page 2 


15C Daily, 30< Sunday 


Begin wants assurances 
Palestinians won’t return 


Spectre of escalation 
rises over battle zone 


Israelis grip Lebanon strip 



Begin arrives at Lebanon border zone following massive Israeli strike 


Ex-premier of Italy Inside 

abducted in Rome 


Argus president 
dies in Florida 

— Page 8 


ROME (UPI) — Gunmen 
kidnapped former premier 
Aldo More and killed his five- 
man police escort just as 
Italy's new government was 
about to be presented to Par¬ 
liament, Rome radio said 
today. 

The til-year-old Moro, 
prime minister from 1963 to 
1968 and again from 1974 to 
1976. was kidnapped in Ihe 


attack near the Christian 
Democratic study centre in 
the residential Camilluccia 
district, the radio said. All 
five escorts were killed, it 
said. 

It was the first kidnapping 
of a major politician since the 
end of the Second World War 
and it came only one hour 
before Premier Giulio An- 
dreolti was to present his 


newly formed cabinet to par¬ 
liament after a. two-month 
political crisis. 

Moro is president of An- 
dreotti's Christian Democrat¬ 
ic Party and he played a de¬ 
cisive role in bringing about 
an agreement under which 
the Communists will support 
Andreotti's minority govern¬ 
ment in parliament — the 
first such deal in 31 years 


HERRING 

BOAT, 

6 MISSING 

A search was started 
overnight for a herring 
vessel believed to have 
six persons aboard miss¬ 
ing in Queen Charlotte 
Sound off Cape St. James 
in the first major incident 
of the 1978 herring sea¬ 
son 

Rough seas and poor 
visibility were hamper¬ 
ing the sea search, ac¬ 
cording to a Pacific res 
cue centre spokesman in 
Victoria. He said four 
seine boats along with a 
federal fisheries vessel 
began the search after 
radio contact was lost in 
the late afternoon with 
the vessel en route to her¬ 
ring grounds in the Queen 
Charlottes from Vancou¬ 
ver Island. Two coast 
guard vessels were ex¬ 
pected to reach the 
search area this morning. 

Low cloud cover kept 
aircraft from joining Ihe 
search 


Russians charge 
spy ‘trap’ effort 


OTTAWA (CP) — The So¬ 
viet Union has charged that 
two Canadians, James. Wood 
and Peter Sidy, were used by 
the RCMP to lay a trap for 
Soviet officials who have 
since been expelled from 
Canada. 

The Soviet Embassy here 
has just released an expand¬ 
ed version of a Moscow news¬ 
paper report which said. 
Wood and Sidy used contacts 
with Soviet officials here to 
build a case against them 

One of the Soviet officials 
mentioned. Andrei Krysin of 
the Soviet foreign trade office 
here, was among the 13 So¬ 
viet diplomats expelled last 
month. 

Supl. John Bentham. an 
RCMP spokesman, refused to 
confirm or deny the Soviet 
allegations. 

The RCMP previously re¬ 
fused to comment on Soviet 
charges that a Thomas Qull- 
lev attempted to recruit a 
Soviet trade official as an' 


RCMP spy. A Thomas Quil- 
ley, a member of the solici¬ 
tor-general's office, has also 
refused comment. 

The RCMP refused to con¬ 
firm that Wood worked for 
the force although there was 
a James Wood listed in the 
greater Ottawa directory as 
an RCMP employee 


‘Bugs' bugging 
Greenpeacers 

• ■■ —Page 15 

Hydro unions plot 
next moves 

—Page 17 

Hydro to spray 
in fishery areas 

—Page 49 

Background ' i 

Bridge :ia 

Classified 38-18 

Comics SO 

Crossword * 43 

Editorials 4 

E ntertainment (2.63 

Family ^ 33-37 

Finance - - 6-8 

Horse Happenings , 37 

Marine Calendar 34 

Names in the News 13 

Provincial Court :tl 

Sports 23-28 

Vour Good Health 33 


JERUSALEM (AP) — Prime Min¬ 
ister Menachem Begin said Israeli forces 
completed their massive strike into Leba¬ 
non Wednesday and he vowed the troops 
would remain until it was certain Pales¬ 
tinian guerrillas would not return to their 
bases. 

"The operation . was completed today in the 
afternoon.” Begin told a news conference here. He 
said Israel would seek agreements to guarantee that 
"in all those places. . .from which the murderers 
have been eiejted they should not return ” 

His announcement came after witnesses in Lebanon 
reported that Israeli land, sea and air forces had 
routed Palestinians from 
guerrilla strongholds in Ihe 
south and rocketed refugee 
camps as far north as Beirut, 
tailing Palestinians and Leb¬ 
anese 

Civilian casualties mount 
ed into the scores and Pales 
tinians claimed they, had 
killed or wounded 300 troops 
of the Israeli force, which the 
guerrillas estimated at more 
than 25.000 soldiers. 

"We have been receiving 
casualties since this morn 
ing." said ihe director of 
Rambam Hospital in Haifa. 

• in northern Israel. 

1 Palestinian guerrillas said 
they had unleashed a mas- 
sive rocket retaliation against 
thf. northern Israeli settle¬ 
ment of Kiryat Shmona 

Syrian peacekeeping forces 
. reported their anti aircraft 
positions in the coastal town 
of Damur hit one of the Israeli 
warplanes that attacked the 
refugee camps. There was no 
sign of Syrian involvement 
beyond anti aircraft fire. 

But the spectre loomed 
large of a major Syrian-Israc- 
li confrontation, bringing on a 
new Middle East war. 

Israeli Lt.-Gen. Mordechai 
Gur told reporters the assaull 
was aimed at clearing an. 
cight-kilomeire-deep guerril 
laTrec rone along Ihe border 
with Lebanon. The attack fol¬ 
lowed Israeli pledges to pre 
vent a repetition of Satur¬ 
day's Palestinian raid near 
Tel Aviv, which Israel says 
w,s launched from Lebanon 
and killed 33 Israelis 

Qualified Israeli sources 
said it was planned to stay in 
southern Lebanon until Beirut 
and the Syrian-dominated 
Arab peacekeeping forces 
agreed to curb guerrilla Activ¬ 
ity- 

Syria and Lebanon request 
ed big-power intervention, as 
did Egypt. 

Israel opened discussions 
Page 2—Israelis 



MAB'LOCATES towns, cities ad refugee camps in 
southern Lebanon hit by ground, air and sea forres of 
Israel in Wednesday's two-pronged raids. Inset shows 
Sabra and Borj el Barajneh refugee camps and ()/ai 
shantytown, near Beirut, which were also htt. 


‘Please, get us out 
of this hell . . . ’ 


By NED TEMKO 

BEIT VAHOUN. Lebanon (UPI) - Feel 
caked with mud. faces shining with sweat 
and tears, hundreds of south Lebanese vil 
lagers frantically tried to scramble away 
from the Israeli tanks and war planes 

Two miles from this hillside hamlet. Ihe 
Palestinian guerrilla forces that once firmly 
controlled the major Lebanese border town, 
of Bint Jbeil were now on the run. 

Jeeps full of guerrillas carting large 
stocks of Soviet-made weapons sped from 
Bint Jbeil. "The Israelis are inside," said 
one guerrilla officer . 

THE THUMP of Israeli bombardment— 
4 refugees said the explosions were from aer- 
* ial attacks and a continuous shower of artil 
lory en Binl Jbeil—interrupted the whine 
of far off ambulance sirens and civilian 
pleas for help.' 

"Please, get us out of this hell." said an 
elderly Bint Jbeil woman who had walked 


barefoot across a steep valley to Beil Ya 
houn 

We ferried the woman, too stunned and 
tearful to tell us her name, from the from 

Other, younger Bint Jbeil natives clam 
' be red in elsewhere along Ihe road back 
from the south central frontier to the Medi 
terranean coast. 

They told of the death of a Palestinian 
guerrilla stronghold 

“THE ISRAELIS began with the air- 
planes. Ihe bombing, a little after midnight 
Tuesday." said 23-year-old I^banese Tallal 
Zreik. "Then came Ihe shelling." 

Zreik's 26-year-old brother. Nayim. said 
the bombardment escalated sharply 
Wednesday morning and that by noon, lsrac 
li forces had entered the town 

"Most of the 400 guerrillas who were there 
left when the Israelis got closer There's 
rubble everywhere,” he said. "There are 
dead people but I don't know how many " 
Page 2—Rubble 


ACCEPT HIGH PRICES 
AND BUY CAREFULLY 


OTTAWA (CP) — Finance 
Minister Jgan Chretien ad¬ 
vised Canadians Wednesday 
to accept higher prices for 
imported goods as a fact of 
life and urged consumers to 
be more careful 
The opposition pressed the 
government to help low-in 
come families, as statistics 
showed the cost of living up 
again.. 

Statistics Canada reported 
a seven-tenths-of-oneper 


rent nse in February and a 
12-month rate of 8'7 per cent. 

In the Commons. Opposi¬ 
tion Leader Joe Clark noted 
that much of the increase was 
due to higher prices for fresh 
rruil and vegetables that had 
to be imported in winter. 

He said much of the in¬ 
crease-was due to devalua¬ 
tion of the dollar, and it was 
unfair that devaluation sat 
heaviest on low-inqome peo¬ 
ple 


But Chretien, who has ar¬ 
gued at length that the deval 
ued dollar is helping make 
Canadian produced goods 
more competitive, said the 
lower value dollar would not 
only bring benefits. 

Imported goods, especially 
foods brought into the coun¬ 
try in winter, would be more 
expensive. 

"That's a fact of life t 
think Canadians would be 
well advised to be careful in 
their buying. ." 




Repair-gyp shock sparks crackdown 


By JIM HUME 




A full-scale crackdown on 
dishonest car and appliance 
repairmen has been launched 
by Consumer and Corporate 
Affairs Minister Rafe Mair. 

Mair said he had authorized 
a-series of spotcheck* which 
would see skilled mechanics 
and repairmen asking for re¬ 
pairs to vehicles or appli¬ 
ances and comparing the 
work done with the worit ac¬ 
tually needed 


The minister said "wide¬ 
spread dishonesty and ineffi¬ 
ciency" made the intensive 
investigation necessary . 

Preliminary investigations 
showed what Mair described 
as "shocking operations. " 

"I was shocked to learn that 
poor or unnecessary repairs 
were performed In 16 out of 18 
tests of television sets." Mair 
said. "Almost as disappoint¬ 
ing were tests of car repairs 
which showed that more than 
a quarter of the 41 repairmen 


checked were dishonest or in¬ 
efficient. 

"The vast majority of busi¬ 
nessmen operating repair 
shops are reputable, and i am 
sure they will share my dis¬ 
may ai hese findings but I 
want them all tq know that 
they will be prosecuted when¬ 
ever we find further evidence 
of dishonest work In repair 
shops " 

Fake repairs discovered so 
far would not lead to prosecu¬ 
tion. Mair said, because his 


investigators "were refining 
their testing techniques to en¬ 
sure that they were b^ng fair 
to the businessmen in¬ 
volved." 

The test runs, he said, were 
to find out the beat methods of 
gathering evidence strong 
enough to stand up in court 

The dishonest mechanics 
and repairmen have, how¬ 
ever, been informed of their 
shortcomings and warned 
that they will probably be 
tested again 


Under the program, the in¬ 
vestigators will pick a firm at 
random, and solicit repairs to 
cars orappliances with known 
defects. 


sider increasing the effort un¬ 
less we find my warning of 
today goes unheeded " 
Although there will be pub¬ 
lic prosecutions of dishonesty. 


They will compare the esti- Stair said there would not be 
mates and work done w ith the publication of interim reports 
actual requirements as eslab- ,*n the communities where jp- 
lished by the experts. / vestigations were taking 
"The program will begin place. He said he felt such 


with a small sample of firms 
in different communities and 
will be conducted Intermit 
tently throughout the year," 
Mair said. "We will not con 


reports would only help un¬ 
scrupulous repairmen esti¬ 
mate their chances of being 
caught. 

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DAILY COLONIST. Victoria. B.C., Thurs . March 16. 1976 


B.C. launches crackdown on dishonest repairmen 

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- Surprise would be the e» 
aence of the invalidation!, he 
' said. 

"No effort will be made to 
persuade repairmen to treat 
investigators any differently 
to ordinary customers.” Mair 
said. "The investigators have 
been wanted not to be over 
zealous—and the course will 
obviously want to be satisfied 
that individual rights have 
been protected." 

Mair said he became con¬ 
vinced that the test shopping 
progranfi should be developed 
when the apparent ease with 


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which consumers could be de 
reived became obvious. 

"And even when they felt 
they had been deceived they 
faced the difficulty of estab¬ 
lishing the facts." he said. 
"Consumers are usually un¬ 
able to determine what re¬ 
pairs are necessary to make a 
vehicle or television set oper 
ate satisfactorily." 

The minister said ministry 
operatives had used compu 
im/ed data to check out com 


plaints regarding auto Irons 
missions, brakes and 
television repairs during the 
test shopping program. The 
data will continue to be used 
to identify subjects for tests of 
autos and appliances. 

Mair said not all consumer 
complaints were justified 
when it came to high repair 
bills. "It takes a great deal of 
skill and judgment to decide 
what was necessary and what 
was or was not done." he said. 
"Consumer complaints are 
not always justified. " 

Most of the malfunctions 


Introduced to cars and TV seta 
were simple. “|p some cases 
the fault was no more compli¬ 
cated than a broken wire at a 
terminal or a burned-out 
fuse,” Mair said. “The faults 
Introduced to the TV sets were 
positioned so that they were 
also easily located.” 

The minister said that of II 
TV tests only two were han¬ 
dled by "honest" repairmen. 
Of the balance. 11 were found 
to be in clear violation of 
criminal or fair trade, prac¬ 
tice laws, two were possible 
violations and three were list 


ed a ^handled by Inefficient 
repairmen. "The Inefficient 
repalra may be genuine 
errors." Mair said. “But they 
still fall to give the consumer 
honest value for his mOhey " 

In other areas the dishon¬ 
esty involved overcharging, 
replacement, of unnecessary 
parts and charging for work 
not done. 

"One trader who listed— 
parts, 114.20—on the invoice, 
was asked what pans had 
been replaced." Mair said, 
quoting from an Investiga 
tor - * report. "Becoming 



vague, he stated he couldn't 
say as the repairman who had 
worked on the set was not 
available. When our techni¬ 
cian checked the set later his 
examination 'revealed that 
the unidentified parts were 
also non-existent." 

Another example given by 
Mair involved the TV repair¬ 
man who returned to his cus¬ 
tomer (an investigator) two 
tubes and a reset button he 
had replaced and charged for. 
The tubes and the reset button 
were working when the set 
was taken in for repairs. 

Mair said that two repair 
jobs had been cosled out in 
<*Ehdetail allowing for labor and 
the cost of materials. 

"Ohe job was charged out at 
932 and another at 936.49." he 
said. "A close examination of 
each transaction showed that 
the average cost of these 
minor repairs should have 
been in the region of 920.", ' 
He added that wNIe most 
traders "are not grossly over 
charging, they do appear to be 
inflating their bill through 
various means on an average 


of JO per cent.' 

In checks on auto repair¬ 
men, there were clear vlola- 
tlons in nine of 33 les ts ca rrled 


out on brake Jobs and two 
violations out of 13 testa car¬ 
ried out on transmission re¬ 
pairs. 




PRCIFIC 

UlESTERR 


AIRLINES 


Effective immediately, Pacific Western Air¬ 
lines announces adjustments to their pres¬ 
ent schedule, affecting flights arriving and 
departing Quesnel, Williams Lake. Castle- 
gar. Kamloops, Victoria and Seattle 

For complete details of new arrival and 
departure times, please contact your travel 
agent or Pacific Western Airlines. 


Palestinian prisoners blindfolded 


L'nt racked Israeli tank squats in Lebanese border town 


Israelis threaten to stay 


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in Washington late Wednes 
day on arrangements to keep 
terrorists from returning. 

Reports of killed and 
wounded flooded into Beirut, 
making a determination of 
total casualties difficult. In 
dependent w itnesses reported 
scores of civilian dead and 
wounded 

Guerrillas lost bases in at 
least six strategic towns along 
a 64-kilometre stretch of the 
Israeli-Lebanese frontier 
' The worst clashes centred 
on the largest Moslem town 
in southernmosKLebanon. 
Bent Jbeil, a Palestinian 
-tronghold. Yasser Arafat's 
Palestine Liberation Urgant 
ration command said savage 
hamMo-hand combat with Is 
raeli soldiers took place 
through the day, but Begin 


and Defence Minister Kzer 
Weizman were able to visit 
two southern Lebanon towns 
controlled by Christian Arabs 
atlted with the Israelis 
lebanese and Palestinians 
had suffered numerous repri¬ 
sal strikes in the past, but the 
massiveness of the predawn 
attack seemed to c.tch Leba¬ 
non off guard and, according 
to witnesses, wreaked havoc 
among civilians who had re¬ 
mained in southern areas 
Israeli naval destroyers 
combined with border artil¬ 
lery and jet fighters to pum 
mel the guerrilla-controlled 
port city of Tyre and the 
Rashidi.veh Palestinian camp 
on its southern outskirts 
Angry guerrillas forced 
drivers at gunpoint on the 
coastal road to carry fleeing 
refugees north. 

By nightfall, this was the 


I damage 
witnesws. Lebanese officials 
and Palestinian spokesmen 

• Tyre, a Biblical city 11 
kilometres north of Israel, 
was heavily sheljed and al 
most totally deserted by civil¬ 
ians. Rightist Lebanese radio, 
with an anti-guerrilla slant, 
said the harbor was demo 
Itshed by naval, artillery and 
jet fighter fire. Israeli gun 
boats sank four guerrilla craft 
and a leftist arms depot ex 
ploded. the report said. Hospi 
tals in the Tyre area reported 
al least 35 guerrillas and Leb 
anese civilians dead. 

• Al least 15 Lebanese and 
Palestinians, mostly-civil¬ 
ians; died in air strikes on 
Damur, It kilometres south 
of Beirut, and five camps and 
shantytowhs on the southern 
edge of the capital. Peace¬ 
keeping troops said 15 houses 


‘Rubble everywhere’ 


I ■-«»III I'iijjv I 


. The Zreiks. guerrillas, and other civilian 
refugees said about 100 Palestinians were 
unable to escape before the Israelis entered 

"THEY'RE FIGHTING it out," said a 
teenage girl refugee we offered a ride. "But 
it's Kalashnikovs (Soviet-made automatic 
rifles) against (L'.S.-made jet) Phantoms " 

Palestinian officials speculated that the 
guerrillas, familiar with the local terri¬ 
tory. might be able to escape Israeli encir 
clement after nightfall. 

The traffic was virtually one-way toward 
the port of Tyre on the southwest coast 
Only an occasional screaming swerving am 
bulance headed back toward Bint Jbeil. 

" Residents along the tw isting and hilly road 
toward Tyre said Israeli warplanes had 
flown intermittent sorties from midnight 
until past dawn. Several homes in road 
side hamlets were reduced to a jumble of 
stone and debris 


he/c. 


"THERE ARE no guerrillas hefc. damn 
it." moaned 43-year-old Fawzi Baidun out 
side the shattered wall of his residence in the 
southwest town of Kfar Dounin. 

In Tyre, trucks crammed with refugees, 
their furniture and sometimes their live 
stock hurried toward Beirut, not far ahead 


The Weather 


March 19. 1979 


Cloudy with ram beginning 
around noon. Winds fresh 
easterly. Wednesday’s pre 
cipitalion nil. Sunshine 2 
hours 0 minutes. Recorded 
high and low al Victoria air¬ 
port 9 and 0. Today's forecast 
high and low 10 and 3 
. Today’s sunrise 6:2S sunset 
6:20. Moonrise 10:54 a.m 
moonset 1:28 a m. Friday 
outlook: isolated-showers 

East coast of Vancouver Is¬ 
land — Cloudy with rain be¬ 
ginning around noon. Winds 
fresh southeasterly. Wednes¬ 
day's precipitation: 0.2mm 
Recorded high and low at 
Nanaimo 8 and -1. Forecast 
high and low 10 and 4. Friday 
outlook: isolated showers 

West coast of Vancouver 
Island— Cloudy, rain begin 
nlnglm The morning. Winds 
strong southeasterly. Fore¬ 
cast high and low at To- 
fino 10 and 3. Friday outlook: 
isolated showers 

North coast of the Main¬ 
land — Cloudy with rain. 
Winds strong southeasterly 


Forecast high and low 7 and 
3. Friday outlook isolated 
showers. 


Extended outlook. Salur 
day through Monday — Peri 
ods of rain. Temperatures a 
little below normal. Highs 7 
to It. Lows—1 to 6 

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Edmonton 
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were destroyed by rockeu. 
The Beirut airport was closed 
for one hour during the rocket 
attack 

• In the deep south, suffer 
ing the brunt of the assault, 
casualty and dlTnage reports 


were unavailable. But in one 
Palestinian-controlled village 
attacked by Israeli planes, 
Rachaya Foukhar. 15 Leba¬ 
nese residents were killed in¬ 
side a church, accounts from 
fleeing villagers indicated. 


<e» GRAHAM MEATS 


Sugar firms 
convicted 
of restraint 


of- Hritll bombing raids on the capital'! 
southern outskirts 

Israeli Phantoms buzzed over Tyre, twirl¬ 
ing and dipping smoothly through Pales 
tinian anti-aircraft fire on their way to the 
Bint Jbeil front. 

Three Israeli gunboats answered from the 
sea. with at least two shells slamming 
into buildings a few blocks from this report 
er's automobile in the centre of the once 
bustling port. 

DOZENS WERE reported Jellied in a 15- 
minute bombing attack on Tyre's port area 
and main commercial street. 

Many fishermen died when a two-story 
building housing Iheir main cafe meeting 
place collapsed in the Israeli raid, witnesses 
said. They reported women and children 
were among the other casualties. In the 
bombing raid. 

Near Beirut, three Israeli warplane! 
bombed suburban Ouzai—a few miles south 
of the capital and just behind Beirut Inter 
national Airport. 

IIPI correspondent DavldzZenlan'itiport 
ed, “As I drove through the highway which 
. slices through the Coastal community, the 
soil was still warm and smoke billowed 
from the rubble of one-story concrete dwell 
Ings. several fish restaurants and at least 
two bakeries." 


MONTREAL (CP) — 
Crown counsel Bruno Pa 
teras expressed jubilation 
Wednesday at the news the 
Quebec Court o( Appeal had 
(ound three sugar companies 
guilty o( unduly restraining 
competition. 

"Fantastic, eh?" Paleras 
said in a telephone interview 

He described the ruling as 
"a full victory," although the 
appeal court limited its guilty 
verdict to a single charge 
The decision upheld a lower 
court acquittal of. the com¬ 
panies on a second charge of 
price-fixing. 

The lower court had acquit 
led Atlantic Sugar Refineries 
Co. Ltd.. Redpath Industries 
Ltd. and St. Lawrence Sugar 
Ltd. of both charges. 

The unanimous judgment 
of three appeal judges re¬ 
ferred the case back to the 
lower court for sentencing. 

Because an acquittal has 
been overturned, the com 
panies have the right of 
direct appeal to the Supreme 
Court of Canada. 

But the-grounds for appeal 
are strictly limited to arguing 
that the appeal court erred in 
its interpretation of the law 

The original sugar trial 
lasted two years resulted in 
an acquittal on all charges bv 

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New accord 
for miners 

WASHINGTON (AP) - 
The United Mine Workers' 
bargaining council approved 
a new Tentative contract 
Wednesday night and sent it 
to the coalfields for ratifica¬ 
tion by miners to end their 
100-day coal strike 

Earlier. UMW Presideni 
Arnold Miller predicted that 
Ihe union s 160,000 members 
would approve the contract 
offer, which he said con 
lained "vast Improvements" 
over one rejected 10 days 
ago. 


Mr Justice Kenneth Mackay 
in December. 1975, and re¬ 
sulted in the conviction of 
then corporate affairs minis¬ 
ter Andre Oueilet for con¬ 
tempt of court after the min¬ 
ister harshly criticised the 
Mackay decision. 

Oueilet, now urban affairs 
minister, was sentenced Jan. 
23. 1976. to make a full apolo¬ 
gy to the court, to Mackay 
and to the Canadian people, 
and to pay 9509 toward the 
prosecutor’s fees and ex¬ 
penses. 

Welcoming the decision 
Wednesday. Oueilet said, 
"I've learned from past expe¬ 
riences that it's better to re¬ 
frain from commenting too 
exhaustively on a court deci¬ 
sion. 

"However, it's not my per¬ 
sonal footings that are impor 
tant. What I'm thinking today 
is of the Canadian consumer, 
who must be very pleased 
with this recent decision." 


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SYDNEY (AP) — Florence M*,v Bessler, 61, and 
Vera Todd Haves, 58, both of I .a Pine, Ore., pleaded 
guilty Wednesday^ to smuggling 2.2 tons of Indian 
hashish valued at $21 million Into Australia. 

The court did not set a date for sentencing. 

The women admitted smuggling the hashish 
under the floorboards of a camper they transported 
Ap aboard a passenger liner from Bombay in January. 

Police trailed the two through eastern Australia 
after narcotics agents found the hashish in 4,886 
packets in the camper, and arrested the pair when 
Miss Bessier tried to flee Australia. 


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LONDON (AP) — News¬ 
paper columnists joined 
some members of Parlia¬ 
ment Wednesday in speculat¬ 
ing whether the British lax 
payer is pctiiiuj his money's 
worth from princesses Anne 
and Margaret. 

• Princess Anne. 28, Is‘ ar¬ 
rogant. morose, and increas¬ 
ingly unpopular." said col- 


Margaret 
divorce ? 

‘ Rubbish’ 

» LONDON (AP) — Princess 
Margaret and Lord Snowdon 
have been separated two 
years next Sunday but a Brit¬ 
ish news apenrv reported 
Wednesday [hat close friends 
of the princess say she is still 
in lave with her husband and 
no divorce is planned 
The couple reportedly had 
not Marled divorce proceed¬ 
ings for the sake of their two 
children. The couple married 
May-6, i960 

"The kid% are getting the 
brunt of all the publicity and 
any rumors of Tony and PM 
i Princess Margaret) divorc¬ 
ing are absolute rubbish.” 
one friend of the pair was 
Minted as saying. 

Both Princess Margaret 
and Lord Snowdon are sche¬ 
duled to return to .London on 
Saturday from trips abroad. 
Princess Margaret is on holi¬ 
day in (he Caribbean with her 
close friend Koddy Llewel¬ 
lyn. a frequent companion 
during (he last Iwo years 
’ Lord Snowdon, a profes¬ 
sional photographer, has 
been on assignment in Brazil. 
His photo commitments fre¬ 
quently late him away from 
Britaffi 


umnist Jean Rook in the 
tabloid Daily Express— 

"Do we need Princess Mar¬ 
garet swimming in Barba 
dos?" >asked Jon Akass. col¬ 
umnist in the tabloid Sun. 
referring lo her frequent 
trips lo (he Caribbean island 
of MustHjue with aspiring pop 
singer Roddy Llewellyn. 30 

The queen—her jubilee 
year successfully behind 
her—and Prince Charles are 
as popular as ever, but there 
are signs that Princess Mar¬ 
garet and Princess Anne may 
have lost much of the popu¬ 
larity of their youth. 

The British sympathized 
with Princess Margaret over 
her broken youthful romance 
with Peter Townsend and 
they took the breakup of her 
marriage to Anthony Arm- 
slong-Jones in stride. But the 
trips to the Caribbean with 
Llewellyn apparently are a 
bit much for some Britons. 

Labor MP Willie Hamilton, 
a frequent critic of the mon¬ 
archy, suggested lo the Com¬ 
mons Iasi week (hat $51*.500 
should be slashed from Mar 
garel's $107,250 royal salary 
and used lo repair a 1-ondon 
hospital threatened with clo¬ 
sure. 

"She shouldn't get any 
money at all—I don't thtna 
her behavior merits it," de¬ 
clared Dennis Canavan, an¬ 
other Labor member of Par¬ 
liament, saying the taxpayer 
should not be asked to pay 
Margaret's "trips all over the 
world with hjr boyfriend." 

And Ann$j with an allow¬ 
ance of $97,500 a year, drew 
public Ire by snapping out 
Sunday at demonstrators 
protesting her attendance at 
a fox hunt. 

"Who’s paying you to do 
this?’’ she reportedly 
snapped at one protester, 
who replied: "No one—we 
are paying you.” 

“I don't want to be haran¬ 
gued by half the population." 
Anne said before stalking off. 


Winners want no peacekeepers 


WASHINGTON (CP) - A 
senior official of the Ethlopi 
an embassy said Wednesday 
there waa no chance Ethiopia 
would agree to suggestions 
that a peacekeeping force be 
formed to prevent continued 
Ethlopia-Somalla lighting. 

US. officials said Tuesday 
they were bolding discussions 
with various countries. In¬ 
cluding Canada, on possible 
measures to maintain peace 
In the northeastern tip of 


Africa. One official said there 
was a "remote" chance Can¬ 
ada would be asked to partici¬ 
pate In a peacekeeping force 
if one was established. 

The Ethiopian official, 
however, said a peacekeep¬ 
ing force would serve no pur¬ 
pose. He noted that previous 
United Nations forces. In¬ 
cluding those involving Cana¬ 
da. had been beneficial, but 
said, "In this particular case. 


Bribery charged 
in U.S. file raids 


WASHINGTON (Reuter) - 
A recently fired FBI clerk 
and her husband have been 
arrested in Cleveland on 
charges of taking $15,900 in 
bribes to remove Information 
from files in the FBI's office 
there, authorities said 
Wednesday. 

In a telephone interview 
from Cleveland, U.S. Attor¬ 
ney William Beyer said the 
material dealt with aa Inves¬ 
tigation into a power struggle 
In the local underworld thal 
had been marked by a num 
her of bombing deaths. 

FBI agents arrested Geral¬ 
dine Rabinowitz, 30. w ho was 
fired last Thursday from her 
clerk's Job, and her husband. 
Jeffrey, 32. 

The federal grand jury 
which formally charged the 


pair said they accepted $1,000 
for removing material from 
Hie files Iasi June and $14,900 
for raiding the files again In 
October. 

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It is a misplaced call for 
peacekeeping operations." 

First, such a force was not 
needed to atop Hie fighting: 
"The Somali aggressive 
forces are being driven out... 
. They are withdrawing be¬ 
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tive in the face of humiliation 
and complete destruction of 
their forces." ) 

Second, he said, lid peace¬ 
keeping force could keep 
such a rout orderly: "They 
are not returning from some 
picnic. There Is no possibility 
of a smooth withdrawal." 

He also said there was no 
need for a third possible role 
for an international force, 
that of protecting residents of 
Ethiopia's Ogaden region 
against retaliation from the 


Ethiopian government for 
Iheir ties to Somalia. Somalia 
started the war by invading 
and occupying the Ogaden. 
he said. 

The official said there 
would be no reprisals against 
Ogaden residents, who would 
have (he same protection as 
other Ethiopian citizens 


came Involved In diplomatic 
efforts because Somalia, in 
withdrawing from the Oga 
den. was heeding President 
Carter's call to .end the eon 
filet. 

The Ethiopian official, 
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THURSDAY. MARCH II. lflU*' 


A balancing act 
wc can forget 


HIKE MORE INDIANS, trustee John Young said 
— and the rest of the Greater Victoria school 
board said no. And so the question of trying to 
achjeve a balance in racial.minorities within our 
society arises once again 

It's a debate raised by people of good mien 
lion But don't their solutions substitute equa 
lions for equality and tend to perpetuate racial 
pockets where none belong' 1 

Young's motion to a recent school board 
meeting called for the administration to “active¬ 
ly pursue a policy of hiring native Indian teach 
ers, teacher-aides, clerks, janitors and other 
personnel in order that the number of persons of 
native Indian origin In the board's employ bear a 
proper relationship 10 their proportion of the 
population.” 

The question is: what's a ' proper'' relation 

ship'* 


I’he school district has about 500 native 
Indian pupils but only one Indian employee and 
no Indian teachers. To achieve a racial balance, 
(he board would need to hire about 45 Indians, 
about 23 of them teachers 


No Indian has applied for a teaching job in 
ihe district in the past five years, trustees were 
told. 


With declining enrolment, the school district 
will be cutting about 00 teaching jobs by next 
September So the board, while agreeing the 
hiring of native people is a good thing, concluded 
Young's proposal wasn’t practical 


,1s II even desirable? If it I*, shouldn't we 
also strive for th* same balance in our ratio of 
Chinese-Canadlan teachers to Chinese-Canadian 
students? How about the French^ftnadian and 
English-Canadian and llungarian-Canadian 
ratios between lepcher* and students? How 
about the ratio of male teachers to male stu 
dents’ Aren't there loo many women teaching in 
the elementary grades’ 

That's the sort of absurdity wc find our 
selves in when we try to legislate "balance" of 

this sort. 


If trustee Young is actually talking about 
prejudice, a hiring policy prejudiced against 
Indians or anyone else, let's hear the details. 
Until then, let’s try to hire our teachers op the 
basis of talent. That will benefit Ihe students 
most, including Indian students 


Rich and poor. 


WHEN PEOPLE don't have enough to do. they 
sometimes play silly games — like drawing 
poverty lines. ^ 

A senate committee tells us that a family of 
fonr w ith a gross income of less than $1X000 a 
year is considered today to be living in poverty. 
By the same yardstick, a widow or widower with 
income of less than $4,800 has also slipped below 
the poverty line. 

Not so. says Statistics Canada. Its "low 
income" line for the same family of four ranges 
from $6,584 to $9,054. depending on where they 
live. To the StatsCan people, a family has a low 
income if it spends more than 61 per cent of it on 
food, clothing and shelter. 

What does it all j^an? Not much, of course, 
because the circumBBlcei, the ambitions and 
even thOTieeds of people v ary so much, apart 
from their income. Some with more money are 
alone, others with less have family and friends 
around them. Who is the richer? 

A study whictrsomehow could measure the 
quality of life would be more useful than these 
reports on poverty lines. Theif perhaps we could 
focus on how to improve quality rather than just 
calculate quantity . • • 


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OTTAWA — The debate on the Cos 
sltt Affair has been a bit alarming in Its 
revelation of how little is known of Ihe 
real significance of parliamentary prlv 
liege 

Even Transport Minister Otto Lang, 
a former dean of law. appeared un 
aware of its true import 

The simplistic demand that “Tom 
Cossitt has to obey the law like anyone 
else" has a nice egalitarian ring to it 
But It is misleadingly Incomplete , 
The truth is that Tom Cosslu does noi 
have to obey the law like everyone 
else As long as he is an MP he has to 
obey the law as it applies to Members ol 
Parliament 

MPs enjoy special rights and privi 
leges not as individuals, but as custo 
dians of Ihe collective rights and free 
doms of their constituent v 

Consequent!^ they are immune 
from the ordinary laws of liber when 
they speak in the Commons That per 
mils them to say things they believe to 
be true but can't prove — allegations 


that could get them in real hot water If 
seld outside Parliament. 

Similarly, within limits, they are ex 
empt from Ihe normal application of the 
Official Seerets Act Beauchesne's 
Parliamentary Rules and Practices 
— the blble of the Commons — cites the 
relevant C.K. precedent* “Your com 
mittee are of the opinion that disclo 
sures by members in the course ol 
debates or proceedings In Parliameni 
cannot be made the subject of proceed 
ings under the Official Secrets Act." 

Of course, an MP can t be subver 
site That is understood. His parllamen 
lary licence only extends to information 
in the interests of the state" — a 
category broad enough to drive a fleet of 
trucks through 

Obviously . Cossitt thought it would 
-be in the Interest of the state for the 
public to know that the Soviets are 
involved in extensive spy operations 
that they often use their commercial 
interests as a cover for spying, that the 
Cubans may have smuggled arms’into 
Canada for possible use by separatists 



And Cossltt’s source must have been 
even more convinced, to knowingly 
leopardize a career, in addition to invlt 
mg the risk of possible prosecution 
It is a matter of opinion as to how 
much the public is entitled to know . But 
it is my view Diet all the Information 
Cossitt has revealed so far should be in 
the public domain — and much more 


For far too long successive govern 
ments have been guilty of a conspiracy 
of silence in these matters. So much so. 
that Intelligent public debate of security 
questions has been quite impossible. 

To prosecute Coesitt now for reveal 
utg whet the government should have 
done voluntarily would be ■ perversion 
of justice end's direct attack on one ol 
the most sacred end effective safe 
guards of the public trust — parllame> 
lary privilege. 

John Dlefenbaker and Ed Broadeni 
spoke eloquently in defence of MPs' 
rights and their words should be read 
and taken to heart by all. 

Their admonition Is paraphrased in 
Ihe following quotation: •'Parliaments 
without parliamentary liberties," said 
Pym. “are a fair and plausible way Into 
bondage " 

And it remains as true today as it 
was in 1610 that, “freedom of debate 
being once foreclosed. Ihe essence of the 
liberty of Parliament is withal dis 
solved." 

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Small businessman works 
and gets paid — like a dog 


SAN DIEGO — One reason 
your boss may be opposed to 
the minimum wage is that he 
earns less ihan the minimum 
wage himself — and comply 
tng with the latest increase in 
the US. may cost him up to 19 
per cent of his income 


By DONALD C. BAL'DER 


tnese are some or the 
bone-chilling conclusions 
which emerge from a special 
study of employment trends 
in small American business 
The report is based on a poll 
ing of 9.477 firms (28 per cent 
Ol. them replied) which are 
among the 505.000-member 
firms of the National Kedcra 
tlon of Independent Business 
(NFIB). the trade group 
which serves American small 
business 


'7 w a mistake already. You've got yourself listed 
as head of the household.” 


[ ^jGwynne^Pyer^ jj 

Neither side would allow 
a single German nation 


The sjjfvey (ound that 19 
per cent of small firm owner 
respondents made less than 
$10,000 a y r|t Based on the 
gruelling work weeks which 
small businessmen put in 
(the average works 58 hours 
a week), the owners' estimat 
ed hourly wage — figured on 
a basis of time and a half ov er 
10 hours — Is a meagre $2.85 
an hour That's only 20 cents 
above the $2.65 level mandat 
ed by Ihe latest federal boost 
in the minimum wage. 


NFIB study confirmed the 
belief that tbe average small 
businessman works like a dog 
and gets paid like one. The 
average number of hours 
worked per week by the 
owner was 60 for those with 
incomes of less than $15,000 
The work week declined only 
modestly to 56 hours for 
owners earning $50,000 of 
more. Fully one-fourth of the 
owners reported they work 
more than 65 hours a week. 

In addition, one-fourth of 
respondents reported that 
their family members 
chipped in an average of 2t 
hours a week at no specified 
hourly wage. Fur those mak 
ing less lhan $10,000. one 
third have unpaid help from 
family members. 

The rewards are slim bui 
ihe risks are great » 


"Data from the SBA (Small 
Business Administration) in 
dicate that out of every In 
businesses which are started 
only five will be operating 
two years later. As time 
passes, the percentage of 
survivors drops even more, 
said Dunkelberg. 

The owners may starv c, 
but employed, do relatively 
well. About 55 per cent of the 
small firms’ full-time and 18 
per cent of (hplr part-time 
employees were paid $4 00 an 
hour or more. Only two per 
cent of the full-time and 10 
per cent of. the part-time . 
workers were making less 
lhan the $2 30 minimum wage 
level which applied when the 
survey was taken In May 
1977. (But 22 per cent of full 
lime and 64 per cent of pari 
time workers earned less 
lhan $3 60 an hour) 


Coplev News Sendee 


Coffee in Moscow 
a precious drink 


LONDON—The German 
question is not dead: it is only 
sleeping. That was the real 
message of the recent explo 
sive manifesto by an opposi 
tion group within the East 
German Communist Party. 
For the first time in year*, in 
either Germany, it raised the 
mortally dangerous subjoot 
of German reunification. 


For the most port, the 
manifesto reads as a rather 
naive expression Of the new 
faith of Kurusoimnunlsm. It 
announces, in a parody of 
Marx's original phrase, that 
"A spectre is haunting East 



mans to resign themselves to 
living In a permanently sepa 
rale state. But detente has 
lorn down many of the walls 
that prevented contact <3 
million West Germans visit 
the East each year), and no 
hard-liner could rebuild them 
all 


(Editor's note. In British 
Columbia, the minimum 
wage is $3 per hour for em 
ployees 18 and older and $2.60 
an hour for those under age 
18 These ratesYiave been in 
effect since June1976). 

The equivalent Wage of 
$2.85 paid alm<£t 20 per cent 
uf American small business 
men does not include unpaid 
hours contributed by other 
family members and more 
importantly, it doesn't factor 
in ihe capital which any 
small businessman must 
pour into his business. 


By DAVID K. WILLIS 

The Christian Science Monitor 


anm 


political balance in Europe 
tnol to mention the economic 
balance of the Common Mar 


em Europe — the spectre of' kel l depends on the continued 


Western European Enrocom 
munlsm." The authors pro 
claim themselves os middle 
and senior-ranking members 
of Ihe ruling Socialist Unity 
(i.e Communist) Party of 
East Germany secretly or 
ganized as the League of 
Democratic Communists of 
Germany 


division of the German na 
lion. The ideh of a reunited 
Germany of 80 million peo 
pie. overshadowing every 
other European state and ri¬ 
valling Japan as the third 
greatest economic power in 
the world, induces night 
mares in- every NATO and 
Warsaw Pact capital 


The demand amongst East 
Germany's 17 million citizens 
for • living standard compa¬ 
rable to that of other Ger¬ 
mans has become over¬ 
whelming (80 per cent of all 
East Germans are within 
range of West German televi¬ 
sion. and become “spiritual 
emigrants" epch evening). 
Yet the demand has alto be¬ 
come ever more difficult to 
meet (Ihe average East Ger 
man incqme has dropped 
trom 70 per cent of W,est 
Germany's In 1961. to only 50 
per cent now). 


"If you calculated a small 
businessman's capital into 
the equation, the 19 per cent 
making less than $ 10,000 
would be making less than 
the minimum wage." said 
Prof. William C. Dunkelberg 
of the Purdue University ectv 
nomlcs faculty, who is one of 
a group which does NFIB's 
statistical probes. 


None of this shotlld surprise 
anyone. East Germany is a 
forcibly separated part of a 
Western European country 
and there has always been a 
strongly independent Ger 
man Communist tradition 
What horrifies the govern- 
menu In East Berlin and Mo 
-cow — and sounds shocking 
even in Bonn these days — is 
the authors' insistence thai 
Germany must be reunified. 


The indigestibility of such a 
super power in the middle of 
Europe has already caused 
two world tmrs. Jt is the one 
development that the Rus¬ 
sians, with their obsessive 
memories of 1941-45. would 
deliberately risk a nuclear 
war to preyenl. 


In desperation. Honecker v 
government has financed a 
rise of living standard: 
enormous borrowing if 
West. whicWt simply cani 


In 1976. the median family 
income in the United States 
was more than $13,000. For 
Ihe 19 per cent of respondents 
whoihiade less than $10,000 a 
year the cost of complyihg 
with Ihe new minimum wage 
(by raising their employees 
incomes to match it) would 
be the equivalent of 19 per 
cent of their Incomes, 
by - 

n (he • Another to per cent made 
in<t-beti 


etween $10,000 and $15,000 


repay tl has had to altoW The cost of their compliance 
West German marks to cir- • would eat up 72 per cent of the 
culate freely in East Ger -owners' income. About 30 per 
many.'and has opened specai >em made between $15,000 
■ Intershops" where Western and $25,000. Their cost would 


MOSCOW — Dramatic new price hikes announced 
here March 1 draw predictions of new inflation ahead for 
the massive Soviet economy — and mixed reactions from 
Soviet consumers. 

A too per cent jump in the price of gasoline only 
directly affects a small percentage of Soviet citizens, the 
(our million or so who own private cars. Even by 1980. 
only about six million will own them, about the same 
number the United States had in 1920. 

But it raises basic transport costs throughout the 
country, forcing some new economic planning. And it 
reflects rising energy expenses. Officials blame the leap 
on the cost of extracting nil from rugged Siberian fields, 
which they aav has doubled in recent years. Profits now 
will be plowed back into Siberian development, they say. 

The zoom in prices for coffee (up (o 350 per cenl). 
cocoa beans, chocolate (30 per cent), and alcoholic drinks 
(to per cent) shows how the Soviet Union today canqni 
escape world market forces no matter how vehemetiRyh 
criticizes and differs from them: 

(Wficals here blame these food increases on overseas 
price rises. 

Siate price committee chairman Nikolai Glushkov 
emphasized to newsmen that the overall rises did not 
effect basic everyday living costs, but only what he called 
nonessential" items. Included in the list were wedding 
rings and gold and platinum jewelry, up DO per cent 

“Perhaps now we will buy more tea thao-Coffec." he 
said. 

Another Muscovite took issue (offee now had gone 
up to the equivalent of $13 a pound for ground beans amt 
$40 a pound for instant v> . 

The Muscovite said 

•'A month ago I bought st*. 200 grain (seven ounce 
v boxes for four rubles eight kopeks (67). 

“Today that would cost me 24 rubles ($35) 

"I won t drink it any morn," shrugged another 

The average worker's wage here now is. 150 rubles 

($232) a mooth. - 

Yet some Muscovites rejoiced. "Imagine," said one 

v todi 


It Is the central point of the 
whole manifesto. Germany 
must again be a single, united 
nation, neutral and totally 
disarmed, from which ail 
Warsaw Pact and NATO 
troops are withdrawn. In 
such a Germany, they are 
convinced. “Social Demo¬ 
crats, Socialists and demo 
cratic Communists would 
outjyeigb the conservative 
forces.” They even quote 
Men's demand (in )848)4hai 
“Ail Germany be declared a 
single, united, indivisible re 
public " 


German reunification is 
certainly not an imminent 
probability, but. after the 
shock of the manifesto, the 
Russians are already won 
dering whether they 
trust Erich Honecker. 

East German party 
since 1971. Within Ihe East 
German parly leadership 
there is a growing sentiment 
10 replace Honecker with 
some harder-line leader like 
Willi Sloph or Paul Verncr. to 
forestall a Russian interven 
(ion 


imports can be bought only 
with Eastern currency. Hon 
ecker's dilemma is that 
worker unrest can only be 
slaved off by keeping open 
Ihe economic links with the 
East — but those links allow 
in 4 **influences whiyb slimu 
political unrest. , 


t)e-seven per cent. For the 2.3 
per cent making $23,000 to 
S50.000. the cost would be four 
per cent. For the seven per. 
rent making more than $50. 
000 . the cost would be seven 
per cent 


y growtl 
t move 


This is the ultimate heresy 
in today s world. The entire 
East-West military and 


Even that would not solve 
ihe problem, however, for de¬ 
tente has fundamentally des¬ 
tabilized the East German 
regime. The building of the 
Berlin Wall in 1961 cut all 
contact with the rest of Ger- 
may and forced East Ger 


of a Eurocommunist move 
ment within the heart of the 
party, and to the firsfgtirrin'g 
for many years of that slum¬ 
bering monster, the German 
question. The division of Ger- 
■many is an unnatural situa 
lion that cannot last forever 
The appearance of a faction 
demanding reunification in¬ 
side the East German Com¬ 
munist Party itself — the one 
German group formally dedl 
cated to eternal partition — is 
an ominous sign that the 
monster Is waking up 


since it's the small bust 
ness enterprise which Is the 
main hirer of peoflle at the 
minimum wage, "there is no 
doubl that some jobs won't be 
created because ef the latest 
increase — no doubt, other 
jobs will be terminated.” 
Dunkelberg said. 

"Labor Secretary Ray 
Marshall even conceded that 
Ihe latest Increase Iqothe 
minimum wage would result 
in the loss of at least 90.000 
jobs. I think that it will prob¬ 
ably result in the loss of • loi 
more than that." he added 

By and targe, the latest 


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"for months there w as no coffee at all. Now today you can 
buy it everywhere. Yes. it s expensive, but the important 
t|png is that It's come back " 

Mr. Glushkov said bread, milk and meat prices bad 
been unchanged since 1962. and rents were low . Despite 
gasoline (and diesel fuel) increases, he Insisted that 
public transport and taxi costs would not be raised before 
1985 

He revealed that the basic Subsidies to keep meal 
milk and bread prices down now is 22 billion rubles a y ear 
($32 billion). This is 5 billion rubles more than the 
admitted defence budget 

Some prices went down March l — on unpopular 
black and white TV sets, small refrigerators and syn 
thetie fabrics 


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DAILY COLONIST, Victoria, B.C., Thurs , March 16 , 1978 






GORDE HUNTER 


one man s opinion 


SPRING is sprung, the grass is ris, I wonder 
where my dollar Is? Sure Is an aenemic buck wre are. 
saddled with these days — floating around 89 cents in 
relation to Its U.S. counterpart and when you digest 
the fact the U.S. dollar is taking a fearful whipping on 
world markets from German marks. Japanese yen 
an<Swiss francs, the fuh realization of our monetary 
. plight hits home rather forcibly. 

At one time NDPers were called gloom and 
doomers for their projections of financial disaster. 
Now. the only party not subscribing to the theory is the 
ruling Grits. TVy have steadfastly refused to admit to 
the total seriousness of our devastating slide. They, 
instead, offer childish pie in-lhe sky. speak in gibber¬ 
ish terms about this ray of sunshine, that small hope 
for Improvement, But in actuality they deny real 
catastrophe and by sa doing, delay the inevitable and 
stop us from girding for the all-out offensive needed to 
get us back on sound financial footing. 

Every statistic tells them their policies are hope¬ 
lessly wrong and inadequate. Senator David Croll tells 
us the poverty line for a family of four Is 912.000 per 
year, it was only a few years ago when a worker 
earning 91.000 per month was considered to be reason¬ 
ably affluent and certainly not In'need of sympathy, 
lag days or government subsidy. As late as 1970 a 
yearly income of 95.000 wAs considered a decent 
standard for a family of four 

WHAT has our increased pay cheques brought Us? 
Are we actually better off than we were a decade ago? 
Has our standard of living increased thakmuch and if 
it has. can we accept such an Increase in the face of the 
fact our pensioners are the ones w ho must suffer? How- 
many pensioners are well below the poverty lines 
offered bv Senator Croll’ There can be no argument 
they were better off in 1970 and the frightening thing is. 
what will plight be in 1980? Our inflation rale Is just 
under double digit at this time — and rising. The 
government's grandiose predictions of keeping infla¬ 
tion to a six or seven per cent figure for 1978 would now 
appear to be hopelessly lost. 

Be that as It may. the poverty line figures are 
somewhat suspect — not in the increase — but in the 
end figures It. is difficult to accept that 91.000 
per month rales gs poverty. It might rate such con¬ 
demnation if we accept the theory that we deserve this 
and should expect that. This has been one of our major 
problems — our expectations have exceeded our capa- 
bihliovtu produce. We have taken the big wage hikes, 
gladly accepted the growing list of social services, 
whereas we have failed rather miserably in the essen 
tlal job of producing the gross national product. 

This reflects in the world trade market. Our good' 
are something less than competitive with those from 
other countries It's the old story — what good is being 
.the highest paid widget-maker in the world if the 
widgets remain in storage because other countries 
pruduce a widget of comparable quality with a lower 
sticker price. 

THIS ( Of I D BE TAKEN as a condemnation of 
negotiated wage settlements of the past decade and 
certainly, these settlements, coupled with a produc¬ 
tion rate that has been stagnant, have created part of 
the problem. However. It goes much deeper than that 
— it once agaih goes all the way back to government — 
government at all levels. 

Government growth, government over spending 
on a scale that has become a national scandal.'Some 
government heads, like BC Premier Bill Bennett, have 
publicly decried mushrooming government and bu¬ 
reaucracy and have promised to prune wherever 
necessary Yet I haven't seen any great indication of 
that pruning. As a matter-of-fact, the federal govern 
ment, worst offender of all, has said it will keep civil 
service growth to a minimum this and next year 

Not any where near good enough. There should be 
no growth-whatsoever — there should be a cut of at 
least 25 per cent during the next three to four years. 
The cut would be accomplished through attrition of 
ruughly seven per cent per year. 

Poverty line statistics can be made to prove many- 
different things apd while the figures Issued by Sena¬ 
tor trull would appear to be well above real poverty, 
there can he no arguing the tremendous percentage 
jump from the 1979 figure which also might well have 
been above real poverty level. 

Meanwhile, all those dollars we're saving for that 
retirement apple-orchard in our minds, continue to 
shrink at a rate that would suggest one helluv a lot of us 
w ill never be able to really stop working”for at least 
part of our Income And that hardly qualifies as my 
definition of retirement. 


*a. *70s pro-media 
‘witch hunters’ 



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Civic Scene 


by Hubert Beyer 



“Never seen the boss in such g good mood.” 


For nine years, we've suffered the Indignity of that 
apartment building at View and Quadra, so aptly called the 
"monstrosity” by former Victoria mayor Peter Pollen. 

There are Indications that the developer, one George 
Mulek from Vancouver, may at long last beautify this 
eyesore, but there's also a chance that an obstinate city- 
council may prevent the facelift. 

Mulek was In town a week ago. putting out feelers. Could 
he build a second structure on the sight, albeit a much 
smaller one than originally planned? 

If he were given permission to build something in the 
neighborhood of nine or 10 storeys adjacent to the existing 
hlghrise lower, he would also beautify the monstrosity . 
Mulek suggested. 

The meeting was very preliminary and Mulek simply 
touched bases with the administration. No application has 
been made for a second tower and city council is not yet 
officially involved. 

The story of the ugly duckling begins about 10 years 


To the editor 



1 watched the rebroadcast 
of the feverish question peri- 
od in the House of Commons 
(March 8) and I-suddenly- 
realized that the' amateur 
rebels of the sixties had gra. 
duated to the “pro-media 
protesters” of the seventies. 

Here was the professional 
at his zenith living off the 
avails from his heroics of 
witch hunting, rumor mon 
gering and negatively attack¬ 
ing the government of Cana¬ 
da It has now become the 
in-thing to belabor the gov 
emment to demand aborigi¬ 
nal rights, to use hostages to 
extort luxurious accommoda 
lion in our penitentiaries or 
strike for excessive wages 
w hich all add to our expenses 
and prohibit sale of our Cana 
dian products on the world 
market. All assist in destruc¬ 
tion of.our credibility abroad. 

It is impossible now to dis- 
i linguish between the media 
I collaborators and the rip-off 
" tear jerkers oL the Green 
peace, etb . as they steal the 
livelihood of the Newfound 
landers. Let us not forget that 
hundreds of thousands of 
predator seals can make a 


big dent In the schools of fish 
off that coast. 

There are very, very few 
people really suffering here 
in Canada. Our social legisla 
tion costs us much more than 
that of our neighbor to the 
south, and this acts as a buff¬ 
er to any suffering We may 
be more selective in buy ing 
foods this time of the year 
due in part to the outrageous 
skyrocketing of salary de 
mands in the secondary in¬ 
dustries before the govern¬ 
ment was forced to apply the 
brakes by putting in price 
controls. 

I watched the doctored 
“staging'' IN the Opposition 
in the House as they shuffled 
from seat to seat to ape the > 
cameras, pounded their 
desks and circulated bits of 
paper to enhance the heroics 
and witch hunt of the ques¬ 
tioner. 

It's time for the Opposition 0 
(with the help of the media) 
tu stop posturing and playing 
games and let the govern 
ment get on with the business 
of running our country. 

HOWARD J. THORNTON, 

366 Douglas St., 
vtetorfc 


Transit 

services 


In vour March 2 issue a 
letter to you from Mrs. J. 
Drinkwater of Pedder Bay 
Drive was critical of my re¬ 
marks carried by some radio 
and television stations on the 
subject of transit services. 

] * 

On the basis of the way in 

which the comments were re¬ 
ported. Mrs. Drinkwater 
would have reason to be criti¬ 
cal. Perhaps this reply wiff 
serve to clarify the situation 
for her and other interested 
readers. 

My comments with respect 
to "cutting transit services” 
were taken out of context. 1 
was responding to a question 
dealing with the rapidly- 
growing gap between reve¬ 
nue and expenditure within 
the transit systems in both 
metropolitan Vancouver and 
Victoria. - « 

What I was attempting to 
point out was that there are a 
number of options which 
must be considered. These 
would include cost-sharing 
agreements with local gov 
ernments, increased fares, 
improved serv ice in order to 
increase ridership, and rec¬ 
ognition of responsibility for 
transit deficits by senior gov¬ 
ernments. 

I went on ‘to indicate how 
important the examination of 
these options is to all com¬ 
munities. and particularly to 
those persons who have no 
independent means of com¬ 
muting to work, shopping or 
other activities. „ 

While we do not have the 
organizational structure to 
deal with these questions ade¬ 
quately at this time. I hope to 
have something to say in this 
regard during the coming 
session of the legislature. 

I agree with Mrs. Drink- 
water's comments with re¬ 
spect to the importance of 
transit services. 

In my defence. I can-only 
cite the expansions that have 
taken place within the small 
community systems through 
out the province, in addition 
to this province's commit¬ 
ment to the sea-bus as an 
advanced transit facility. 
This is tangible evidence of 
our concern and I hope there 
will be more. 

HUGH A. CURTIS. 

Minister of 

-Municipal Affairs 

and Housing 


Ta be considered for publication li entirety or 
in pari, letters to the editor should be on subjects 
of general Interest, brief and to tbe point and, pre¬ 
ferably', typed. Pen-names will be nsed. If requested, 
but all letters must be signed by the writer whose 
address also must be Included. 


Causeway show 
will create chaos 


Slandered 


The annual seal hunt de 
bate has become a public re 
lations campaign. For the 
affirmative: government of 
ficials and marine experts 
For the negative: animal cru 
saders led by Brian Davies 
and Greenpeace. 

Caught in the middle are 
the fishermen, their age-old 
way of life and part of their 
livelihood. With passion de¬ 
feating reason, it seems that 
sealing markets will continue 
to be lost. 

While Russians. South Afri 
cans, Alaskans, Green¬ 
landers. Norwegians and 
Quebecers hunt seals, it is the 
Newfoundlander who is sin¬ 
gled out and slandered by 
protesters. 

SJ.E. 


A recent article appeared 
in the Daily Colonist about 
using the causeway as a tour¬ 
ist entertainment centre. Aid 
William Tindall is perfectly 
right, the more variety the 
more chaos on a very busy 
street. 

Folks walking And it diffi¬ 
cult to safely pass by. trying 
to cross over with traffic light 
signals flashing swiftly. We 
need wings. Not everyone is 
phy sically in top condition to 
race against motorized traf¬ 
fic. 

We don't need some daft 
alderman or commercial 
men speculating on how to 
get visitors’ money away 
from them before they ztet a 
chance to stroll uptown, 
sightseeing, dining, movlqs. 
shopping for gifts, etc. Why 
not an organ grinder with a 
monkey holding its cap col¬ 
lecting coins, a dancing bear 
with its owner sprawled on 
the'Sidewalk snoozing in the 
sunshine, strolling musicians 
with a variety of noise- 
makers or yowling like down¬ 
trodden cats, old fashioned 
round and s^tiare dancing 


History book 

We are busy compiling the 
history of the Turner VallBy 
oilfields. If your family lived 
in this area before 1967 we'd 
love to include your story. 

Sit down and tell us all 
about your family; where 
your people came from, 
where'you all are now. who 
your children married, 
grandchildren, etc. We'd like 
to know where you lived and 
went to school while here, 
who your old neighbors were 
and. where they are now, and 
who you worked for. Please 
encourage anyone you meet 
to 99hd us their story right 
away since in order to have 
our book published by Christ 
mas, we must have the 
stories by March 31 or we 
cannot guarantee that those 
received after that date will 
be iticluded. 

Oh, yes, pictures too: of 
events, places and people. 
We’ll return your snaps, so be 
sure to put your name and 
address on the back and iden¬ 
tify everyone in the picture. 

Hand written stories are 
just fine, however, if they are 
tv’ped (double spaced and 
with a carbon copy) it will 
save us a lot of time. 

MRS F. DEMMING. 

Sheep River Historical 
Society. Box 277, 
Turner Valiev. Alta.. 

* T0L 2A0. 

No thanks 

Now that Employment and 
Immigration Minister Bud 
Cullen has agreed to permit 
(he entry into Canada of Rob 
bie Sherrell to take up the 
vacant post of president of 
the Insurance Corporation of 
B.C., Mr. Sherrell might be 
well advised to refrain from 
placing an ad in newspaper 

S ersonal columns publicly 
tanking Dr. Pat McGeer, 
Mr. Bud Cullen. Price Water- 
house ... *“ 

W. MUZYCHKA, 
2010 McKenzie Are., 

• Comox, B.C 


every evening in dry weath¬ 
er? But definitely not on the 
causewAju or Belleville 
Street. 

Try your sappy ideas else¬ 
where. in ftytt of your own 
residences, yards or lawns. 
As for any casinos or gam¬ 
bling joints, let those who de¬ 
sire such forms of entertain¬ 
ment go elsewhere; our 
police force has plenty to do 
now. Too bad more city offi¬ 
cials don't take immediate 
action to keep Victoria clean, 
safe and orderly at all times. 

SALLY — A RESIDENT 
OF 28 YEARS. 


‘Neato’ 


In contrast to the drivel of 
Anne Sherbrook's letter, is 
the eminently sensible and 
intelligent missive from L. P. 
Cockrell. 

By the waV is Anne refer¬ 
ring to the god Trudeau, in 
the matter of Francis the 
fox. She evidently must be 
unless she has a private pipe- v 
line to the almighty. Also 
anent her letter I would think 
that If the RCMP has All- 
mand and Fox as friends they 
don't need any enemies. 

Thanks to successive Lib¬ 
eral solicitor-generals the 
criminal has become such a 
revered person that one 
hardly needs RCMP or police 
forces any more. The puniJK 
ment for crimes has become 
almost obsolete. In fact the 
whole process is in the pro¬ 
cess of being reversed, where 
the law enforcers are the bad 
guys and the criminals the 
good guys. I can hear the 
underworld say with Bill 
Cosby "Neato! ” 

W E. SHELDRAKE, 
1979 Hulford. St., 
Victoria. 


ago. Bigger was still better, growth was desirable and 
highrises were to transform the city's skyline. ; , . 

Mulek planned to build two equally-hlgh towers on the 
site. The first phase of the project was completed. It was the 
existing tower, built with low-interest funds to assure low 
rents. 

The second phase was to be built with conventional 
financing and rents were to be dictated by the market place, 
not kept low by federal subsidies. It was generally under¬ 
stood that Mulek's profit would come from the second tower 

Enter Pollen and the war against developers. Along with 
J.A. Reid and his ill-fated Reid Centre. Jim Mace and his 
controversial Bay ViUage shopping centre. Mulek got his 
cuffs caught la the Pollen wringer. 

The antl-highrise lobby swept Victoria and the ground 
rules changed, unfortunately in midstream for people like 
Mulek. 

Seeing his profit gone down the drain, Mulek wasn't 
about to lose mure money by beautifying the existing tower. 
He pulled up stakes and left behind a concrete tower, naked 
and ugly, surrounded by the debris of an abandoned con¬ 
struction site. 

Mulek understandably never went out of his way to 
comply with the demands of successive city councils that he 
clean up the mess or da something to enhance the appear¬ 
ance of the tower. 

But the project remains on his books as unfinished 
business, and sooner or later he will want to bring it to 
completion. . - 

And what's the problem now? 

Since Mulek left Victoria, the property has been down- 
zoned twice, and. according to the bylaw, the existing tower 
already exceeds the density permitted for the site 

If the bylaw is strictly applied. Mulek couldn't build a 
garage on the site, but that would mean the city will be 
saddled with that eyesore for perhaps another decade or 
more. r 

It seems a compromise Is urgently called for. The city- 
can still enter into land-use contracts with developers. This 
would appear to be a good solution So solve Mulek's problem 
and that of the city. 

Let Mulek build a second tower of no more than eight or 
nine storeys in return for beautification of the existing lower 
and completion of the project, including commercial space 
at ground level and landscaping. 

Before city council becomes too stubborn and insists on 
enforcing the bylaw, the aldermen should consider that 
Mulek can afford to wait a good deal longer. He's going 
great guns in Edmonton and Denver, and is rumored to have 
just bought out one the biggest construction companies in 
Colorado. 

It's all right to be firm, but not to the point where the 
city cuts off its nose to spite its face. 

Mulek doesn't need the proceeds from a nine-storey 
building in Victoria to assure his financial survival, but you 
can bet your highrises that he won't spend a penny to 
beautify the existing mess unless he can recover some of 
the cost by completing the project. 

City council should never again permit the construction 
of a tower such as the one at View and Quadra, but the 
monster exists and no wishful thinking will get rid of it. 

And if council should agree To the construction of a 
second tower, a smaller one. in return for iron clad assur¬ 
ances that the existing one will be spruced up. the city’s 
* anti-highrise lobby would be well-advised not to make too 
much noise. 

The alternative is worse. 






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Closing quotations for Red., Mar. IS. inn 


Com ¥ he . 

CCtS A 

Camp pl 

Con Cem A 50395 

Ctof M4rt*A % 
C HOT West 4004 

aSr 1 

C Two 4|00 



Fi 5ht i 
6'o 7 

445 ♦ t5 


1 


Afln'CO £ 1201 

Aori ind A 1M 
AA*.fthO 7100 




Mem 
Aigome St 
All-Can B 
AMerco Ov 
Aim,na* 

AtoRHn 4 or 
Am Bonza 
Am larder 
Am Eagle 
Am Leouc 
Andres A 
Aoi'te.ne 
Arbor C sac 
Argus 125 

A'OM B to IM 
Argus C to 7IM 
a samara I43M 
A«m fo» ISO 
A«Mand C SM 
AfCO A mo 
Auric Res 2915 

K b *P 3 

BP Can *4M 

test 6 A 

Bank Mllq 15073 

B Con Hto *04 

bt 

K&r'tB s 

Bell Caned 11711 
Bell A or /6 

Bell B or 1M 

Bell C or 80to 

Bell D pr 11930 

&:i2 !3 

Beth Cop A 200 
Black P A 100 
Block Brm 500 
Border C MM 
8cvis Cor 2’60 
Bon void 26960 
Bralor P« 40Q 
Bramaiea 'TOO 
Branieda 2-BOO 
Brescan a «07i 
Brenda M 

tsr. I 

bcfp SSaa 

it «.• i 

BCPn 4' i o xso 
ecpn 4-a o zto 

BCPn 4 14 240 

BCPb SIS. 

BCP* fM 
BCP 7.04 0 
BCP 10 16 0 6JO 
Brunswk OHO 
BuOd Auto 12M 
Budd Aw 2M 
Bushnetl 200 

cc Yachts z50 
CAE A -200 
cad Fry 69790 
Cal POW A 11454 
Cal P 4 o 2 * 
Cal p 7 0 
Cal pr, 0 
Lai P Wo 
Cal P 9M 
Cal P 2 36 
Cal P 0*. 

Caivrf D*e 
Calvert 


2140 


i 


L1.1 

$14 » M s 16%-% 
175% ?«b 25% 

S2I 27'. 27% - >i 

$2f5 77 a 2rj ♦ ’» 

»1| a 17 , Ir«- 
150 145 150 

S19*» 14>» 19H-H 
til II 11 

fl6 14 14 

UBS 37H 37 r « - ». 

r.ifff- 11 

20 I 27 r 

US'. I*'. IV. ♦ J. 

IU IS'i 15*8 

7S 75 7S 

130's 30’i 30 't 

132 32 32 -1 

112 M $ 12 

»12id IP* I2*a ♦ 

tv 37 r - *» 

ti71 i; m t - 

ti? n*i 1? ♦ •. 

30 ; JO : 30 : - 3 * 

!»'. ?•'. 20-a 

!U>4 U'« I3-. 

tl4'i 14-* 14*4- '• 

TTTZ'. 

SIB'. II : 10-4 ♦ 

|19*4 1P« 19*4 ♦ 

210 201 304 - 1 . 

114*6 U'» 14 , 

4 4 7 -2 

145 165 145 - 1 

410’. 10 • M'a 
fi’4 5 . S' $ 

154 S3 8 54 
153'i S3', Si's 
S'* S4 1 . 54 . 

124*4 29*4 79*. 

1S4>* 54', 54*4 ♦ i 
•J4- 29 29 ♦ •» 

127S 77’, 22*1— 

112*8 12*8 12*14 . 
17*8 7H 7»i ♦ '. w 

16 I 6 7 8 6’i-S 

365 263 265 # ? 

” e 4 H | 

I - 8 

m - s 

115*8 15*1 15*8 4 1 
PS 9', 9',--8 
112*8 12*8 12*1 
tie’s iei, W; 

124 73 . 21't ♦ *. 

134’, J4S 34 : ♦ ': 

114 8 I4’i l4 7 i - r i 
154 54 54 

156 . 56'e 56 . 

S»S'i IS 15 - 
160, 60 60 
Cl. 21 21 k ♦ 

I2!’i 71', ?r» ♦ *i 
til 21 20 - e 

300 295 295 - 5 

19 I'i 9 

MS 145 — 5 
7‘, ♦ 


0*rtnm 4200 15*d 

OH Tr A tfl 17 

BSHTtoA » Wl C 76 76 
Dome Peta 114*4 16> 59-. ai 

OBrldet J450 C$4 25 25 

OEkPlor 230M 23 22 » - , 

DofavcoA lom‘ , W', 23 • 2T» ♦ 8 
Dofaxo o UO 1 A 2 . 62’. 62 . 

Ptssfl?; w'k-'i 

5340 113 14’. 15 ♦ '« 

m 11>S .U'Y 13*» ♦ *6 
fluJ 40' 41 to ♦ 7 
ItPi M« , 12*4 ♦ 8 
17*8 TH 7*1 
■ «P1 P| P: ♦ 8 
(Dvle « L A 7630 ti»i *8 ♦»• ♦ H 
D.namar IM0 ISO ISO ISO 
“““ 


Tr.Try;*?, 

^ 5H 5*1 ♦ *1 

02 21*. 21*8— 'a 

14*. P. £l- *8 

IS * 5 * Pi 4 ’a 


ivacs A 
i vacs 1.15 
jamoefc A 
jannock B 
MPftBCl » 
Jo rex Lid 
Jovtto 
Kaiiar Pe 
kart KOfra 
•cap* iron 
KeaonH B 
Ktolv O A 
KeHav h 
K arr A A 
K Anaton 
KoffMr A 
l abaft a 
L ab M.n 
Lac ana 

L«cana «$ 
l7toa« A 
Lto 9*«. 
LOnf Cam 
C Store 
lakmeaci 
Lauraua 
Lot Fin 
La*on imt 
UBtrian 
LL Lac 


MOO 17*i ru 7H ♦ . 

no uo i as. 40'*- *i 

8 117*1 17H 17*8 

nr* ir. 12 ’.- '+ 

AM 114 , 14. I4’«- a 
tOOO U 52 54 - I 
60M 1 I 9 4 1 

atlfff:, 1 

KM 117 115 117 ♦ 2 

8 or- r. r. u 

0*. 7 ♦ s 
500 114*, 14*-, 14',- 8 
4139 Sll * g* 11*6 ♦ *« 


H Beau< 540 20 

NS S4vngi TM 114 

Nowxo A_UOO 134 

NtHOHl Atolt72W 115 
Nudiama JOM 2) 
Numac 04939 123' i 
OPi A W HO 8 


30 » - 1 

16 a 16 a 
34 )4 4 1 , 

14*» 14*.- >8 

7F 31 -TV, 
21 ?3>k ♦?** 

10 10 


17 


12-2 


ja Jm „ 

04M*ood P 134 495 400 490 - 5 

Obrien 4319 112 175 

Ocelot a 
O celot B 

Okanagan 

Or chan A 6300 3W5 


4300 112 175 107 < 

to Hi 

TOO tia I 


49M tS ! 20*! 20*! 

240 133 33 33 •. 

Ilf:*. 

— m it'. ♦ '. 
340 155 ♦ 5 
290 m -9 
Jl - 1 
34 14 ♦ 1 

7*k | ♦ *a 
355 355 
440 IP: P> 9’i ♦ *1 
500 219 719 219 ♦ 9 
3M 127 22 22 

UN i » i -S 

i9M )K m m ♦ io 

z» tir, its 17*, 

ISMS ~i 


on. _ 

Ovana A 32025 
0H*4*a m i4M 

Olisko 


_ W 205 

ill II II ♦ *8 

15 .4M 5 ♦ . 

IV, 1', 1W 
24 24 24 -1 

PHI 

J2M 195 "MO IK - 5 


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IMO 131 : 30 a 31 . 
23M 15’, 5*i 

to £. Sh 


5* 

125** 24 

IS. 5 

II* I 

125 121 


M5 
tP- 
C 

7H 2M 2K 
117 1? 1? - . 

Ill’, 10 « TVs ♦ I , 

137 36 a 36*.- <* 

152*a 52»i 52S 

191 ; 91 : 91: 

DM'a W0'4 IM a 
I1W 110 110 - *4 
DM ) IM . NT, ♦ ’. 
UP, 29', 29 s 
IM 109 109 - 1 
270 770 770 ♦ W 
47 45 46 -1 


pi* Met t. 
Comnco J4l| 
Com Cap 4325 
C Hoodav I 400 
CMim A p 
Con Bath A 12360 
Con Bath p 200 

awa 

Con Fardv 
C Ourham 
C Mart>en 
C Mor-m 
Cons P oe 
Com Prof 
C »amb*er 
< Pexipar 
Con Diifrb 
Cons oai 
Con Gai D 
Lon Gian 
ContaeM 
Coo FielOi 
Corby vt 
Cowka R 
Cocla n P 
Craigmi 
Cram P L 
CrtHbrk 
Cram Lto 
C Zelrba A 
Crush Inti 
Cuviar M 
Cvgnui a 
C vo” ts 8 
CvPful 


W0 S3S as 23S- 



MCI tl»d8 
Halifax D 
Hambro C 52M 
Mar dae SOM 

Hard Crp A MOO 
HaMaoum 16400 ill 


JO'Y 4 1 , OSes 

a m i» - $ 

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20' a ♦ 

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19 I'i I’a— 'a 

1US JJM 13M- *• 

300 370 3M ♦» 

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133 33 3, 

65 42 65 .25 

16 . 6'a 6S- 1 . 
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Ri 52 “J 

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or* V 27S ♦ ', 

M 54 57 ft — 1 

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W 3W JW 


370 

IK 145 MS — S 
15'a 5S 5S- * 

40 05 OS - 4 


Mewktr A 


W f . lO’i ♦ '*, 

M'a 4 O'a ♦ 'I 
Hatotar pr 170 140'> 40 ) 40's-': 
H4V01 O A. 3006 16 5'. 4 *♦ . 

Hecwav A 300 3M 325 331 - 5 - 

Htghmoto M O K K - 7 

Holinoto A 5M Of*. 79*. 79*. ♦ *. 

Homo A >202 139 8 31 i 39 , ♦ . 

Howdn DM TOO 09’. 9’. 9'. 

Hud Bav A JSM D5S 15', 15** ♦ * 
H Bay CO 05K DO s- W . W', 


10705 


Dale P 
Daon Dev 
Daon A 
D Aragon 
Oetonid B i 
D Ektona 
Delhi Pac 


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625 

425 

JSM 

147 


OS 0»* 

117'i 17'. IT's. * 
124 8 24 a 14’ • — *i 
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4K 475 4N 4)0 
245 245 34S 4 5 
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310 310 -5 
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370 370 4)0 

147 42 47 

119. 194 19'.-'. 
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A6 44 46 ♦ 1 

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HB^Sl Gai IM 142S 42*. 42*. 
Muaky Otl 2475 129S 2P, 79*. 
Husky E « 2M IMS IIS IP. ♦ S 
Hydra Ex 2121 43 47 43 ♦ I 

iAC 7 5to1 117*. ITS ITS - 'a 

IU inti 3300 112*. 12** 12** 
iwc Com 35M 21? 309 212 f 2 

imax© A 3940 131'. 31 3> . ♦ * 

imax© A p 111 355 355 355 -10 

imp OH A 15209 119*. 19*; WS-'i 
INCO A 19119 117% MS MS - 

IfKO 7JS 

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MUMriR 
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infar-CI 

inter Cl* 500 430 
mt Dlv 3M IK ■ RR 

IBM 109 1271 360 261' s -3’» 

mt Mogul 1660 425 415 425 ♦)$ 

*-1 P*pe A 3N0 114 us 14 


B 130 IMS MS 16S 

15 M 124S 24S 24S 

30400 DBS W'. MS 4 8 

w> ;30 DOS I0»* MS 

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m m s > 

150 IK 


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inv Group 275 

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22% , 

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560% 

60% 68% - '8 

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Magna inf 

Magnason 

Vaonetcs 
Maher «r 
Marlin I 
Maisle Wil 
Man Bar 
M Lf Card 
Maritime 
Mar T fto 
Mar T 765 
Markboro 
Marlin 
Mesa Far 
Mas F A 
Mai F B 
Vatchan 
Me Adam 
Me intyrt 
McLaghin 

Mclohi 9 p 

McLflhl « 
Meteor 
Mentor 
Merc ant; l 
Verland E 
Met Stors p 
A*et Str 67p 
Mocon 
Minri Pel 
Moffat A 
Molson A 
MoJson B 
Moneta P 
Mil Trwsf 
Moore 
Murphy 
NBU Mine 
NRD Min 
NaChrt I 
Nabrs Dtg 
N«t Drug 
Nat True! 
Name© 

NB Tel 
NB Tel A p 
NB Tel l IS 
N Gtodvue 
N Provid D 
N York (M 
Newcona 
NfM IP A 
Nftd Tto 
Nick Rim 
Noble M 
Noranda A 
Nortaska 
Nor can 
Norcn IK 
Nordair A 
Norle* 

NC Ols 
Nor C* 260p 
Nor Ct 7«5p 
Nor Tel 
NTecm B « 
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34*8 jj 1 : ♦ . 

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305 

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300 120** 20S X<‘, 

1200 370 320. 370 - 5 
27K 17% 7*a 7S- . 

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; 5 156 ills IP* IIS 

Exp 3600 120 120 120 

a Oil JM D5‘, 15 . 15' i - . 

mb 232M 214 205 71a ♦ 5 

jn 3400 116 15'. 15*. ♦ S 

Co 4646 II. 1 . 12 : 12-« ♦ *8 

B Can <25 DJ 2 13'i 13' 

Htda W00 17 17 17 - , 

Pet 500 112 . 12 I? . 

lurg 11300 (44 US 140 

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tiSS 25'. 25 . . , 

175 170 175 

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Sceptre 3100 10 * 0'.-.'* 

P 8 100 DO', WS W, ♦ a. 
' ~ 200 2M 200 

to5 305 390 ♦ 5 
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Scoffs A 
Seagram 
Seaway pr 

Selkirk A 

Brar 

Sheoard P 

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S.fton Pro 

Soma 

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1400 475 430 450 4 20 

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Srnxo Er 
Smpsons 
Simplon S 
Skier M 
Skier A 
Skye Pm 
Slater B pr 
Slater 6 pr 
Sony Corp 
Southm A 


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300 534 33' 

770 $’S 7*8 


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4H 460 415 ♦ 10 
16 * 6 ; 8 6’a— * 
91 91 91 - 4 


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400 112% 12': 12 , 

SM 113% 13% 13% 

SM US I'. 0*8* 
SM 121% 21% 21 : — 
600 55 « S S 5 . ♦ 
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„ _ m TOM 41 4) 41 

SI Brodcsl IM 111 1L II 

Steko A 11474 123 . 23 23'. 


Vancouver 






VANCOUVER (CP) — 
Prices were mixed in mo¬ 
derately-active trading 
Wednesdav on the Vancouver 
Stock Exchange. Volume was 
2.368,843. 

In the industrials.' Proflex 
Mas steady at .10. trading 5,- 
ooo shares, (grouse Mountain 
Mas unchanged at .45 on 3,- 
OOO. N. B. Cook Warrants was 
unchanged at .02 on 2.000. 

On the resource and devel¬ 
opment board. Canalta led 
trading, unchanged at (0 on 
320.500 shares. Consolidated 
Kalco was up .02 at .39 on 
60.100. Colby Mines Mas up 
.06 at $1.31 on 55.900. 

On the curb exchange. NeM 
Frontier was steads at $3.65 
on 151.235 shares. 


CompWf* tabulation of Wednesday 
transaction* Quotations In cants un- 
Ms*. marked S Mat change it from 

previous close of same lot type. 


Gold 


LONDON (API—Closingooldprices 
-Wednesday in U.S. dollars an ounce: 
London 106 OO.vParl* 186.77; Frankfurt 
187.10; Zurleft 106.125; Hong Kong 
182.06. ■ J* 


Grain 


Flax 

May 

Jlv 

Ocl 

» 

Mar 

Jun 

Sap 

Barley 

Ma, 

Jlv . 
Ocf 
Oats 
May 
Jlv * 
Oct 
Faei 
fAav 
Jlv 
Oct 
Rvt 
May 
Jlv 
Oct 


WINNIPEG 

Open High Law Cteaa Tim. 

2JJM 239. K 732JW 732 M 232 M 
m K 7J4.K 231 M 231.M 231 00 
233 7 0 234. M 2 33 70 233.70 233 W 

S-KUBOntt K 377 J0*327.M 
321M 326 M 320 00 J21 K 320 20 
*V3 to 319 M 3I2.K 314.M 3U.40 
t 

71. K 79.to 71 30 71.70 71.30 

.71.30 71 K 71 jo 7I.K 77.M 

77J# 71 00 77Jo 77.W 77.40 

77 K 70.20 77.60 77.4# 77 JO 

75.70 71.W ^.10 75.10 ?S.B 

— - — 74.K 74 60 

Wtiaat 

96 K 97.M 96 K 96. M Kto 

“ — « S 

hi m ni.30 in n hi m no» 
109 to 109 40 I0« 00 109.10 108 » 
107 .to 108.M 107.K 108.00 107.30 


CHICAGO 

Open High Law Close Cbga. 
Wheel 

Mar 2.75 2 82 2 75 2-M ♦ 04N 

May 2.82% 2 93 2.11% 2 M% 4 .04% 

Ail 7.16% 2.96 2.15 2 92% 4 .04% 

Cam 

AMr 7 30% 2.45 1K% 2.40% ♦ J2% 

May 2 43 2to% UPk 4.11% 
Jul 2.46 151% 2.44% 146 ♦ .01 



K 47 K 

'll ? to ** 

Money 

lea of U.S .W 


Montreal 


sr \r 


•37’> ur« 1.J1'9 ♦ .01% 
•39% 1.36 1.39 4.02 


Mar 

May 

Jut 


May 

Jul 


AJ9 6 79*4 6 60 6 68 

6 75 6.09 6 66 6 7e 
611 6.99% 6.74 6.04 

ON 

27.15 36 10 26.07 


♦ 41 

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js ss n :l 

"Tie 153 ip jSP 

179.90 175.00 177.50 ♦ N 


The bank s purchase price of U S. 
funds in this area Wednesday accord¬ 
ing to the Royal Bank of Canada, was 
1 1120 for catot. 1.1175 for travellers 
chooues and 1.072® for coins Their 
telling price was 1.1330 for casfPand 
1 1300 for cheques. - 

MONTREAL (CP) - U.S. dollar In 
term* of Canadian funds dosed 
Wednesday down 4 2S«f 11.1227 Pound 
starling was down 21 50 at 12 1312 in 
New York, the Canadian dollar was up 
13-100 at SO 990/ and pound starling was 
down 1 10 to 11.9045 

Nominal selling or.ee of other monies 
in Canadian funds Australia dollar 1. 
2010. Austris xhilllng 0765; Bahamas 
dollar I 1300. Barbados LastarnCerfe 


bean dollar 567®. Belgium convertible 
franc .03560; Bermuda dollar 1.1300; 
Brazil cruztoro .0729, Bulgaria lev 
1.2391; China renminbi .9945; Colombia 
peso 0326; CzochoeJovekie crown 
.2160; Danmark krona .2000; France 
, franc 2300; Germany mark .9475; 
Graace drachma 0320; Hong Kong do I 
ler .2460. Hungary forint 0564; lnd<« 
rupee uio. Italy lira .001317; Jamaica 
dollar 8500. Japan yen 004640; Mexico 
peso 0510. Netherlands ouddar .5150 
New Zealand dollar 1.1475; Norway 
krona 2100; Poland zloty .6632. Portu 
gal asosKto 0290; Romania Mu 2736 
South Africa rand 1.2945; Spam peseta 
.014W; Sweden krona 2425. Switzer 
land franc .5775; USSR ruble l 9934. 
vqpezuele bolivar tree 2604 


CLOSING AVERAGES 

IN UT BA CO PA 

Change *C *4 -6.M 42.26 + 0.46 ♦ 1.52 

Wad 169.74 MJ 35 247.73 177 14 WI.94 

Prdoee 169.66 MJ.43 245.47 17> II 99.42 
Wk ego 166 05 M3.r 246.91 175 29 
Mthaoo 166.86 M0 K 234.90 IU N 
71 high 176 O 166.01 740 36 112.30 1 

71 low M2 70 IK65 221 01 170.71 

volume 527.1% 


i 173*4 23*i 23% 

270 360 260 —10 

. W%- % 

460 

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Texaco pr 
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Thom N A 
Tombiil 
Tone Craft 
Toromont 
for Dm Bk 
Torsfar B 
Total Pel 
toll Pet w 
a Traders A 
Trader A o ... 
Trader B p Z25 
Tr 10% SM 
Trade 7% p 
Tr C Glass 
Tr Can I 
Trn* Ml A 
TrCett PL 25l07 
TrCan A pr 
TrCln B pr 
TrCan C or 
Tnmec A 
Trc 912 


Trin Chib 
Trmily Pet 
Tnzgc Crp 
Trizac « 
Turbo R 
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1900 $22 . 22'. 22 . 

600 112% 1? i 12% ♦ 

4000 45 45 45 

300 16% 6% 6% ♦ % 
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funds 


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AGF 

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Con Gs Eoy 17.52 
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Can Trusteed 4.63 
Corp invest 5.7) 
Corp inv Stfc S.K 
Gwth Equity 123 
Japan 11.53 
n Money Mfct M N 
Special 4.M 
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nEauitv 560 
nv income 10.11 
mntecnetm t 
Calvin Bullock Or 
Acrofund V30 
Banner FOnd 4.97 
CIF 4.27 


NEW YORK (API - The 
Hock market pulled back 
slightly Wednesday as trad¬ 
ers walled cautiously for de 
velopments In. the Middle 
East. 

Brokers said traders 
seemed inclined to hold back 


Growth 


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inti Grwbth 4 57 
inti income 3 49 ‘ 
Nat Res Gth 4.11 
uni veil 541 
Growth 674 
Ciaa Inv Gratia 
vneodpera 9.M 
vnLdmk GF 10.27 
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vOotohin Inc 5.15 
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Viking a 4.97 
Guaranty Trust Gr 
vnlnw Equity 7.14 
vnlnv Income 4.28 
vnMortoage 10.17 
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tnterpriia .91 
GiS Comp 11.17 
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vGrwth F»»d 10.52 
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Sac income «53 
Aorld Equity 5 79 
investors Group 
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New York 

rope, but was reported to 


have faltered later In deal 
ings in New York. 

Among Canadian laaues on 
the New York Stock Ex 
change, McIntyre was up 4 
at 21, Seagram 4 at 22 V« and 
Bell Canada >4 at 48^. 


Kind. 
20 Tra 
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asstk 


CLOSING AVIRAGES 
Open High Law CMm Ch fi 

762.56 763.60 754 24 7K K- 
705.83 206 71 203 K 205 2T 
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• willing events in Isnell 
forces' retaliatory attack 
across the Lebanese border 
following a terrorist raid last 
weekend. 

Late in the day Israel said 
ii had completed Its (akeover 
of southernmost Lebanon, 
and would keep forces there 
until an arrangement was 
reached ensuring that Arab 
terrorists would never return 
to the area. 

Wariness over that news 
look the edge off a rally that 
began late in Tuesday's^ ses¬ 
sion when negotiators' an 
nounced a new tentative 
agreement in the 100-day-old 
U.S. coal strike. 

The market's mood also 
seemed lu.be subdued by an¬ 
other volatile showing for the 
U.S. dollar in foreign ex¬ 
change. Tile U.S. dollar 
began the day strong in Eu- 


ITOCKS 

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Talepromp 
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Airco If* 

Sony Corp 
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Am El P 
Am Motor 
Am Tto T 
Ampex 
Aurco 
Avvaod 
AN Rich 
Avco 
Avon 
Bell How 
Bandfx 
Beth st 
Boeing 
Boite CM 
Borden 
Barg-W 
BrlMv 
Bruns w* 
Burl Ind 
Burl Not 
Burroughs 
CeMrpTl 
Cot Bcakl 
Ceianese 
Chase M 
Cheuft 
Chrysler 
Cieve El 

Comsat 
•Con Frt 
Con Net G 
Conf Data 
Con Ed 
Conf O.l 
Crown Ck 
Crown Zell 
Qtota Air 
Disney W 
DloitalE 
Dow Chem 
du Pont 
East Air 
East Kod 
El Paso 
Exxon 
Fair C«m 
F. ret tone 
Ford 
Gam 9ko 
Gen Dyn 
Gen El 
Gen Food 
Gen Mot 
G Tel El 
Gen T.re 
Ga Per 
Gillette 


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39% inland St 
37*8 IBM 
24*8 Int ► 


9% 

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Bonds 

TORONTO (CP) - Price* were free 
tionellv higher m moderate trading on 
the Canadian bond market Wedne s day 
The shor f end of the market was off f i ve 
cent\ Mid-, long term, provincial and 
corporate issues were up one eighth of 
a po«nt. Dev-to-dev money wet avail- 
ebM at 7% per cent. 


Hitfen ft, 

Homesteke 

Honeywell 


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61*8 KraftcO 
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21% McLean 
46 8 Merck 
if' 8 Mer Lvn 
33% Mina MM 
20*4 Mo Pac 
J7% Mobil 
34% Monsanto 
30*49 Motorola. 
75% NCR Cor# 
30% Netomet 
14% Newmont 
19% Norl sim 
37 Owen ill 
60% Pec Ga* 
4?*i Pan Am 
.47 Pan El P 
37*8 PaopG 
29 PNNCO 
32% Phil El 
11*8 PhfIMorr 
20*4 Phil Pafa 
37% Pit Bowea 
20 t Polaroxl 
15*8 Proc Gam 
71’ . Pub tv EG 
39% RCA 
74% Repub st 
23'8 Revlon 
78% SdNumberg 
25*8 Scott Pep 
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10'» Sony 
6 a SO Cel E 
South Par 
Sparry 
45% stand Cal 
$1% Sun Oil 
*3% Tetodme 
44 Tele* 

20% Taxeco 
41', Tex Gulf 
46% TWA 
20% Un Cerb 
SOU Un Pec 
29*8 Un Brd 
24% Un 00. 

29 UAL Inc 
36*8 u s Steel 
16*8 West Air 
13% Westghee 
25 % Weyertnr 
29*8 nomatco 
34'-, Wool worth 
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BOSS-SMITH 

Double the 
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For Constructive and 
informed opposition 


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Silver 


Closing beak price to i.OOdovnct 
certiftcetes in the Victoria area, ac 
cording to the Scoflabank. U N U.S. 
bid per troy ounco and 04,45 askad 

Pravious day same price 


Metals 


LONDON (AN) - Cloving nwlals 
lUAMn In pound, Darling a malnc 
ion. ,llv«r In pane, a trpv ounca. 

4; roppar ipo« MM470; epppar future 

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pages 7, 8 


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vAm arican 9.21 

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vBeaubran 314 
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Canaeax Gr 
vBond 9.57 
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vMorigage K 26 
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xChese SM 
ynComCo Mg 10 IS 
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v Hypothec 
vlnternatni 
vObligatns 
vOjebec 
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nySoat ■ 

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vanguard 7.07 
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tnfarnatnl 11 Si 

vDomin Como 7.33 
nExacutv Con 6 35 
nExecutv lr>N iji 
xFid Trend 19.51 
nFsl Cdn Mtg 10 43 
Ftscon Fund 546 
nHarvard 6 66 

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Indust Amer 2 44 
indust Div 3.31 
indust Eg 7.21 
indust Gth 5M 
Indust mem 10 64 
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Keystone Gr 
Cus K ? 4 02 

Cus S I 15.99 
Cus S 4 3 97 

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xLex Rvch 1357 
xManhatn ? 34 

vMantime Eq 2 31 
Marlborough 5.87 
Natruxo 17.66 
NW Grave 
Canadian 4.43 
.Equity 7.39 
\Ona Wm Sf 17.72 
kOppenhmr 5.43 

Pemberton Gr 
nPxific Div 5.43 
nPactfic Inc 2.77 
nPacific Res 3 2t 
nPxific Ret 4.02 
nPacific US 4.73 
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vBond 1079 

yCanadien I 18 

Fund . 16 55 
v Pooled 21-03. 

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PN1F Manaemni 
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Growth 4.79 

Ventura 3.95 

nPutoam 9.92 


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muted Bend Share 
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income 512 


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Montreal firm has deal 
to buy faltering CCM 


20 tons of tires equal 30 tons of coal 


' DAILY COLONIST. Victoria. B.C , Thura , Mirth 1*. 1171 7 


TORONTO (CP) — A Mon 
treil family firm. Maxwell 


Cummings and Sons Holdings 
Ltd., has an agreement in 


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Th« bus stops at your door. Simpson-Sears only 
blocks away. Immaculately kept and tastefully 
decorated 2 bedroom home. The kitchen has been 
recently remodelled with natural wood cabinets. 
Custom designed basement with family activity 
room. New’on MLS and priced at $56,500. Don't be 
disappointed by a "SOLD" sign. 

Ofl. 47S-71S1 JOT HOME Ree. 592-2130 
NATIONAL TRUST,-CO. 



principle to buy Canada 
Cycle and Motor Co. Ltd., 
Canada’s largest manufac¬ 
turer of bicycles and skates, 
which has been losing money 
for five years. 

"We think CCM properly 
belongs In Canada and it de¬ 
serves the reputation it has 
gained," said Jack Cum¬ 
mings. executive vice-presi¬ 
dent of the Montreal firm. 

CCM employs about 700 In 
Its bicycle plant here and an¬ 
other 450 at its skate division 
in St. Jean. Que. 

Cummings has invest¬ 
ments in oil. gas and real 
estate, and distributes bicy¬ 
cles and sports equipment 
under the name Empire Dis¬ 
tributors Ltd. 

CCM is owned by Levy In¬ 
dustries Ltd. of Toronto, a 
holding company. 

Federal intervention saved 
CCM from collapse recently, 
when the Canadian Imperial 
Bank of Commerce threa¬ 
tened to call loans of M mil¬ 
lion to $8 million. 

Levy was reportedly seek¬ 
ing |1( million to $17 million a 
year ago for CCM. whose 
assets of about SIS million are 
about half of Levy's total 
assets. 

CCM had boom sales in 1973 
and 1974. but since has lost 
business to low-priced im¬ 
ports. 

Livestock 

CALGARY (CP) - Recoil at the 
Celoarv oubilc stockyards Wednesday 
totalled l.lts heed, consisting o< a nor 
mat run of all classes at slaughter 
cattle Staughtersteersandcoersmeta 
moderate local demand with stauWtter 
hatters trading active to local buyers 
Soutane bulls met an active eretort 
market Slaughter steers tor local 
slaughter showed weaker trends with 
prices SO cants lower Slauwiter heifers 
were fully steady with sales lg*l At All 
grades of cows tredad SO cents to a 
dollar lower, condition considarad Bo¬ 
logna bulls traded steady A I J steers 
over 1.000 pounds ll 50 4 SO. A 17 
under 1.000 pounds 40 SOU 50 A 17 
betters over ISO pounds 43.S0-44.S0, D 
Meows 34-30 SO. 030537 50-30 A light 
scanty ot tOMdOOoound feeder cattle 
continued to It ode active with moat of 
these short-fceeo feeders sold tor ei- 
. Dor’ Feodor cows steady Good feeder 
steers over 000 oaunds 47-40.70 Feeder 
cows 70-37 SO 


AKRON. Ohio (Reuter) — 
Burning rubber hot taken on 
the sweet smell of success fur 
the Goodyear Tire and Rub 
ber Co. • 

Goodyear said Wednesday 
It was burning thousands of 


used tires to supplement coal 
used In its own electric-power 
boilers 

The company said It was 
using about 2.000 old tires a 
day, or about 20 Ions, to re¬ 


place roughly 30 tons of coal 
In five burners at Its plants. 
The tires account for about 
eight per cent of the fuel mix¬ 
ture used In the burners. 

Goodyear said Its generat¬ 
ing facilities provided up to 00 


per cent of its electricity re¬ 
quirements. freeing electrici¬ 
ty supplies produced by the 
local power company for 
other user*. »■ 

As a rMult of Its in-house 
generaqHg plant. Goodyear 


said. It did not anticipate any 
layoffs due to the 100-day coal 
strike. 

The tires are burned in a 
boiler so efficient that the 
pungent aroma of burning 
rubber Is hardly noticeable. 


New gas 
changes 
outlook 

TORONTO (CP) - The 
president of Imperial Oil Ltd. 
said Wednesday that recent 
discoveries of natural gas in 
the western provinces had 
rhanged the outlook for the 
country's gas supply in the 
next decade. 

J.A. Armstrong told the 
Financial' Executives Insti¬ 
tute that the discoveries 
meant the threat of short¬ 
falls in gas supplies from 
western Canada during the 
early iMKh had diminished 
considerably. 

He also said the Mackenzie 
Delta Beaufort region, rich in 
oil and gas, would pjay an im¬ 
portant role, although uncer 
tainty about when existing 
gas reserves would be avail¬ 
able Had slowed exploration 

He said the northeast At¬ 
lantic near Labrador. New¬ 
foundland and Baffin Island 
might havemajor reserves of 
conventional oil. but because 
of technical limitations this 
oil could not get to market be¬ 
fore the egrly 1990s 

Armstrong said Eastern 
Canada wouldl continue to 
depend on foreign oil until 
then. 

He said that when a coun¬ 
try spent money on foreign 
oil. the economy did not ben¬ 
efit. but investing in its own 
oil resources stimulated the 
economy and cut imports. 


Dow to build tank farm 


VANCOUVER (CP) - Dow 
Chemical of Canada Ltd. an¬ 
nounced this week that it 
would build a $10 million stor 
age tank farm on a 20acre 
site on Tilbury Island in the 
Fraser River, to provide stor¬ 
age for caustic soda apd eth¬ 
ylene dichloride railed to the 
coast from a Dow plant in 
Fort Saskatchewan. Alta 

The company said the first 
phase of (he project was due 
to be completed by early next 
year. Besides storage for 40. 
000 liquid tons of caustic soda 
and 34.004 tons of ethylene 
dichloride, it would provide 
improved ship-berthing faci¬ 
lities. 

The tank farm is to be built 
on land adjoining an existing 
30-acre Dow plant on Tilbury 
Island. It will provide about 
six new permanent jobs. 

Work on the caustic soda 

Earnings 

A»mm*x LM , year ended Dec. 31: 
1977. M.612.430.17 cents • share. 1976, 
(5.935.000. 77 cents 

Amaleamfsd leeeeze Pifrsieem 

Ltd , three months ended Dec. 31: 1977, 
Sl.029.«7«. 22cents eshere; 1976,(3(0. 
SM. 10 cents. 

Bey.MMts Ltd., six months ended 
Jen 31: 1971.(235.000.59 cents eshere. 
1977, (76v000. 17 cents 

Deee Development Cere, three 

months ended Jen. 31: 1971. (2455.000, 
26 cents e (here,. 1977. (2430.000, 26 
cents. 

Federal Pioneer Ltd., veer ended 
Dec. 31: 1977. ((.000.353. (7.01 e shere; 
1976. (1.204,332, (7.24. 

Qtent y ■novrtmrfE Minn Ltd, veer 
ended Dec . 31: 1977,(2,451.299,57 cents 
e shere: 1976, (1(6,157, toss, no shere 
figure available. 

J. Herrts end Sens Ltd., veer ended 

Dec. 31: 1977; (2437,734. 75 cents « 
Shere; 1976, (1,994,057. 61 cents. 

Ivece Industries Ltd., veer ended 
Dec 31: 1977. (9,765,000, 99 cents e 
shere. 1976, (5449,000, 50 cents 


storage 

first. 


is to be completed 


Dow does not at present 
handle caustic soda In B.C., 
and once Ita new facility is in 
place It will be able to offer 
supplieslo the pulp and paper 
Industry here, in competition 
with Hooker Chemicals Ltd. 
and FMOof Canada Ltd. 

The company safd the chief 
purpose of creating caustic 
soda storage in the Vancou¬ 
ver area was to allow the 
company to transship sup¬ 
plies being sold to overseas 
purchasers. Total throughput 
of caustic soda at Tilbury is¬ 
land is expected to exceed 
total B.C. demand for this 
product by a wide margin. 

Commodities 

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59 60 59 90 59 60 59.70 10 

6060 60 10 60 30 60 50 *0 )0 

61 70 61 91 61 30 61 50 - 

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213 50 214.40 2)1 00 211.90-1 60 
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Onqulet cul-de-sac wllh sea views, this 3-bedroom home 
Is In Immaculate condition end has a fullv finished 
pround-level basement. Extra large rec. room with 
fireplace, double carport. 

2. SAANICHTON $69,000 

Better than new family home of 3 bedrooms In area of 
qualltv homes. Attractively decorated ttiromFwut. 
Landscaped and fenced backyard plus double carport. 

3. WATERFRONT-FENDER IS. $68,900 

Bedwell Harbour property of 30 acres overlooking South 
Pender Is. , 

4. MT. T0LMIE $84,900 

Condominium with fireplace. 2 bedrooms, 2-bathroom 
unit With large living room with den oft All appliances 
included 

5. LAKEHILL-SPUT LEVEL $78,500 

Close to St. Margaret's School, this lovely split-level 
home situated on a large lot in a quiet area is a beauty to 
see and show. Features sunken living room with rock 
fireplace, 3 bedrooms, rec. room, klfchen with eatlno 
area plus a good-sized dining room. 

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3 63 (19*6(61 

11 237 1*4 (61 

6 207 O'* 161 
1 17 (12% 161 
3 129 04 t6) 

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1 111139*161 

2 S3 04161 
5 M2 (TV, 161 


Mev 110 

May (7* a 
May (124 
Aug (10 
Aug (12*, 

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May (25 
May (30 
May 127’, 
Aug (25 
Aug (30 
Aug \2T , 
Nov (25 

NOv 1274 

Aor (10 
Aor 05 
Aor (124 
Jul (10 
Jut (124 
Oct (10 
Oct (124 
May (IS 
Aug $15 
Nov (15 
Bk Mtt Mev (17’a 
Bk Mtl Aug (17<, 
Bk Mtl Nov (IS 
_ *1174 

_P IW Nov (171, 
Dom MAorlTO 
Dom MAOTS75 
Dom MOctttO 
D Pete Apr (40 
D Pelt Aor (55 
D Pete A* M0 
‘ Pete Jul (A 
Pete Jul (55 


Pete Oct (50 
Pete Oct (55 
Pete Oct 160 


Quit C Mav 125 
HO OA Jul (40 
Husky Aor (25 
Husky Aor (30 
Husky Aor 1274 
10*1 AMevSK 
IO.I AMev (22 1 j 
tOH A Aug (20 
•ON AAugS2?' i 
(Oil ANOVS20 
lOil ANovSlT*, 

IP toe AMev (15 
MB Lto May (26 
MB LM Mev *174 
MB LM Aug (IT *7 
MS LM N*v*174 
Moore Mav (37 , 
Mas F Mav Sl2*s 
INCO AMav (15 
INCO AMav 120 
INCO AM4V (17, 
INCO AAug (15 
INCO AAug (26 
INCO AAug (174 
INCO ANOv$174 
NorcnMay (15 
to r enMavllTV, 
NorcnAug (15 
Nor eft Aug (20 
NorcnAug SI 7 1 * 
NorcnNov (IS 
NorcnNov (IT 1 j 
Horan A May 125 
Nor an A May (224 
Nor TeOut S27'3 
Pec P Aug (35 
Pec P Nov (49 
Roy Bk Apr(274 
Bov Bk Jul (25 
Roy Bk Jut (274 
Rov Bk Oct 1274 
SIMM C Mev (15 
Sheil C Aug (15 
Shell c Nov (IS 
Shell C Nov (174 
SegrmAgr (25 
SogrmJu»*2S 


SegrmJut *274 
Total volume 


1162 


2 3 (74 (274 

12 66 (24(39 . 
2 131 *64* S29ia 
1 1«7 7» (29*4 

4 221 *24 094 
23 711 75 $194 
1? 992 20 1)94 
10 251 120 $194 

1 2S7 61 $194 
6 51 171 (194 

2 7 (3,1194 

5 209 tt (14 

I 2H IS *174 
1 316 91 *174 
91193131 Sir, 
15 15175 Sir, 
12 m 175, 1334 
1 61 IS 1M4 

h D 12 1)6* 
0 15 1164 
16 51 (164 
* 71 (24(1*4 
2 169 45 (164 
4 196 Ml 064 
6 31 145 SI* 7 * 
71906 140 (154 
342551 35 (154 
35)044 V 1154 
7)612 40 $154 
192471 SO *154 
I 143 1241154 
22 369 121 1154 
3 217 60 1234 
S 14 $2 1234 
3 27 90 (27 
3 63 (44(314 
3 IS 124 $314 
25 Ml IM 1314 
4 77 1341214 
6 42 151 014 
13 41 Ml 1214 
M 161 75 $15 
2 129 125 $15 
5 15 Ml 115 
10 20 65 $15 
M 119 55 *254 
17 134 131 $254 
M 29 1341254 


Total open interest 33954. 


CHIEF, LAND USE MONITORING 


Sotory; $31,847 to $35,286 
Ref No: 78#8TP 28 100 (4 7) 

Pieter tee and the Environment 
Ottawa/Hull National Capital Rag*on 

A senior land resource* ipecialut is required to direct tte 
ect.vit.es of tte Land Uee Monitoring Division of tte Land* 
Directorate. The activities of this program involve research 
and development in land use classification methodology, 
•and use studies end operational mapping progrvn* such at 
the Norther Lend Use Information program and the Canada 
Land Inventory. The luccessful candidate will be responsi¬ 
ve for the development of a Canada wide land uta moni¬ 
toring' program end wu‘ participate in the analysts of envi¬ 
ronmental ftnd.tocio-economic factors related to tend uta. 

Qualification* 

Applicants must poise*$ a Bactelpr % degree m geography or 
an environmental science with eight to tan years of 
experience routed to lend use research, protect supervision, 
and tadeiei-provinciai program development and coordina¬ 
tion. * • 


Knowledge of English and French it essential. Uniimgua< 
oereont may apply but mutt indicate their willingness to' 
become bilingual. Tte Public Service Commission will asset 
' the aptitude of candidates to become bilingual, ^anguege 
t/ainmg will be provided at public expense 


Sand application and/or resume to 


O.E. Fraser. Staffing Officer 
Public Service Commission of Canada 
Ottawa, Ontario K1A OM7 
Peeing Data: April 30, 197$ 



LM., year ended Dac. 31: 1977, $ 605 , 644 . 
12 I cants a (here. 1976. (230,512, 4.6 
centv 

P apular I tout met LM„ year ended 

Oct 31 1977. (506J93.52cantse share. 

1976. (541.757. 56 centv 

Stew Pipe Indus tries LM., year 
ended Dac . 31:1977, $1.971,340,94 cants 
a share. 1976, (1,556.943. 74 cents. 

S u w p sapt LM.. year ended Jan. 4; 
1978. (28,059.000. 99 7 cents a (hare 

1977. (22,201,000, 47 3 cents 

United Kens HrN Mines LM., vear 
anded Dec 31: 1977, (2.412,302.91 cents 
e (hare. 1976. (1,737,805,^0 centv 


Dividends 

Asamara ON Carp. LM., 15 cants, 
semi-annual. May l, racord April I. 

Saw Valley HMestrm LM., 54 per 
cent pfd series A 27.5 cants. April 14, 
record March 31. 

CMeftam Developments Ce. LM., 

nine oer cant pfd series 1976 *1.125, 
April 15, record March 31 

Hayes Dana LM., class A 6.74 cants, 
class 8 6.74 cants, both payable June 
30. record June 9 

Maple Leaf Mitts LM., 19 5 cents, an 
increase of 1.5 cents. April 3. record 
Marfh 23. 

(obeys Stares LM., dess A 10 cants. 
April 17, record March 31 

Standard Industries LM., class A 
17.5; class 8 17 5 cents; both payable 
May 5, record April 20 

Trimac LM., 9.12 per cent pfd A 57 
centv March 31 , record March 23. 

London 

LONDON (CPI - Closing stock quo¬ 
tations Wednesday In new pence unless 
pounds are indicated, x indicates that 
quotations includes dollar premium 
based on latest conversion rate, 0 6927 
Associated Brit Foods 56; Babcock and 
Wilcox 112; Bass Charrington 151; 
BICC 104’ ?; xBIvvoors 445 ; BOC Inter 


Alberta 

Complete tabulation of Wednesday 
transactions Quotations In cents un 
less marked $ Net ctenge is from 
previous board tot closing sale 


Abacus 
Bashaw 
Can Oban 
Clear port 
Clarep.ne 
Concept 
Convent ur 
C far 


intnl Tike 
L obeli 

Mn*>oown 

New Can 


(aits 

4162 

T, 

Lew Ctoie th e* 

7 7-4 

2000 

6 

6 

6 


2000 

IM 

170 

1-0 

♦5 

7500 

W 

100 

T.', 

♦ 2 

4000 

■ 

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1100 

m 

, 10 s 

395 


15200 

s? 

7 

74 

1 — a 

5100 

(164 

16 

16 


5500 

90 

6 * 

90 

♦ 10 

J 1000 

40 

40 

40 


6500 

47 

45 

47 


500 

?5 

25 

25 

♦ 5 

19*00 

m 

110 

PS 

♦ 70 

500 

21 

21 


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Ranchmen 

Rio Alto 

Savanna 

Seagull 

Soerrow 

Trov 

Univ Explor 


1400 230 
3601 245 
1500 15 
153 235 
300 ISO 
1000 125 
21133 250 
H)00 70 

m m 

700 175 


Total volume: 107*4* 


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nationl664; Boots203. Bowater 185’ 
Brit Am Tomb 3044; Brit Assets Trust 
65. Brit Petroleum 744; gBroken Hill 
Prop 3324; Buttels £11' *, Burmah Oil 
41. xCenedien Pec stgx £114. 
xCbarter Cons 1234; Cons Gold 182' 
Courteulds 112. De Beers 338; Distill 
ers 17); Dunlop 80; EMI 1444; xF.S. 
Geduid £22. Gen E toe 2514, Glaxo 
5204; Grand Metropolitan Hotels 
1004. Gr Unv Stores 2B0, Guest Keen 
2764 Hawker Siddetev 464; Hoover 
3264; tCI 3454. Imp Tob 794 Kloof 
630 Marks and Spencer 145; Metal Bo* 
300. Minorco 143. xPhillips 145; Pil 
Kington Bros 4554. Ptoss*v95. Rank A 
244. Rio Tinto Zinc I79 1 »; Roan Consol 
664. Sei Trust 391. Second Scoff Inv 
IT**; Shell T and T 505' 1 ; Tanganyika 
1224; Thomson 1154, Thorn 351; Tube 
Investments 361; Ultramar 2224; Urn 
lever 476. Union Corp 771; Vaals 17. 
Vickers 1774. Western Drtofonttm 
£244. Western Deep Level 9114, 
xWest Mines 704; W Holding tTS, 
Woolworth 65; Zembian Copper 10'. 
Bonds Brit Transport £66 ?, Brit Cons 
£274, Treasury 14 £984. War Loans 
e364. The Financial Times industrial 
index 453.1. off 6.5. 


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McDougald Mud chauffeur 


Argus chief 
dies aged 70 

PALM BEACH. Fla. (UPI) - John Angus McDougald. 
h »ad of one of Canada's largest holding companies, died 
Wednesday at his winter home, one day after his 70th 
birthday. 

McDougald. president of Argus Corp., was born In To¬ 
ronto March 14. 1908. the son of a local financier. He was 
educated at St. Andrew's College and Upper Canada Col- . 
lege In Toronto. ■» 

Prom 1926 until 194S. he was associated with Dominion 
Securities. In that year he resigned to form a partership 
with E. P. Taylor, that led to the formation of the giant Argus 
Corp — 

He was listed as a director of a large number of the most 
prominent firms in Canada, including: Dominion Stores 
Ltd.. General Bakeries Ltd.. B.C. Forest Products Lid., 
Canadian Breweries Ltd.. Dominion Tar and Chemical 
Co.. Holllnger Consolidated Gold Mines Ltd., Massey 
Ferguson Ltd.. Moffats Ltd.. St. Lawrence Corp . Sanga 
mo Co. and Canadian Bank of Commerce 

Funeral arrangements for McDougald were incomplete, 
but rites will be in Toronto ‘ _ 



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MM714 7V Carbide Blade. . 9 ” 

16' Unilok Lufkin Tape.....'.5** 

7770 Dewalt comet with Stand. . 349 ” 

8-Piece H.S.S. Router Bit Set .. . 29 ” 

h H.P. C.G.E. Dual Shaft 1725 RPM Motor. 49 ” 

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Chrome Wail Mount Soap Dish ..49° 

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DAILY COLONIST, Victoria, B.C., Thurs.. March 16 , 197* 9 


Life-links cut, 
boy may face 
murder charge 


CHICAGO (Reuter) — A 17-year old boy charged 
with aggravated battery may face a murder charge 
after life-support systems sustaining a "brain-dead" 
youth were turned off this week. 

Craig Sleek, 15, comatose since being severely 
beaten last week, was pronounced dead after doctors 
agreed to his parents' wishes and unplugged the 
machines keeping his heart and lungs functioning. 

Although flat brain waves had shown Sieck to be 
"brain dead” for some time, doctors at Loyola Univer¬ 
sity's McGaw hospital had been reluctant to discoo 
nect his life-support systems because of the legal 
Implications. 

James Stick* of suburban Cicero Is being held on 
charges of aggravated battery, but authorities said 
Tuesday he might now be charged with murder. 

Barry Gross, assistant state prosecutor, said: 
"There is no precedent in Illinois law for charging 
someone with homicide in a case like this. We're 
reviewing the law of other Jurisdictions where this has 
happened." 

Sieck was beaten outside a Chicago restaurant last 


BUSJACKER AFTER GIRL 


WALLED LAKE. Mich 
(UPI) — A 15-year-old boy 
who hijacked a school bus to 
force his girlfriend to elope, 
then threatened to “blow the 
beads off" two of his hos¬ 
tages. was shot and wounded 
by police. 

Police said the youth, 
armed with a sawed-off shot¬ 
gun, had demanded to be 
driven to Florida. They said 
the hijacking was part of “a 
crazy, wild scheme" to elope 
with his unwilling girlfriend, 
who was on* of six hostages 
on the bus this week. 

Authorities said the boy 
was shot by a sheriffs deputy 
after pointing the shotgun at 
the heads of a high school gift 
and an unarmed policeman 
turned over to the hijacker in 
exchange for the woman bus 
driver and two students. 

The youth, identified as 
Larry Todd, was shot twice in 
the abdomen and was taken 
to hospital, where he was list¬ 
ed in "non-critical" condi¬ 
tion. 

"He continually threatened 
that he was going to blow 
their heads off.” said White 
Lake Township Police Chief 
Justin Watt. 

Officers said the same 


youth had barricaded himself 
in a house Feb. 1( and held 
lice at at bay for several 
with a sawed-off shot¬ 
gun. Authorities said he was 
arrested for that incident but 
was released by Juvenile au¬ 
thorities. 

A police spokesman said 
authorities would seek to 
charge the youth as an adult 
in Tuesday's bus hijacking. 

Watt said the boy ap¬ 
parently had quarrelled with 
his girlfriend and threatened 
to kidnap her on the way to 
school. Tipped off by the 
girl's parents, police had both 
Todd and the girl under sur¬ 
veillance Tuesday Morning 

The hijacking started in 
White Lake Township, 35 
miles northwest of Detroit, 
when the youth jumped in 
front of the bus and forced it 
to stop before it began its 
regular morning pickups of 
students bound for Walled 
Lake Central High School. 

Watt said police covertly 
followed the bus. 

The hijacker ordered the 
driver to pick up three girjs 
and two boys along the way to 
the school. Watt said.. 

In the school bus depot, of¬ 
ficers surrounded the vehicle 


and talked the hijacker Into 
releasing three of his hoe 
tages—the- driver, and two 


boy*—in return for Officer 
Randy Lingenfelter, who was 
to drive the bus to Florida 


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CORRECTION 


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paper, the following corrections must be 
noted. 

On page *1 • the price of the T-Shirts 
should be 2/U. 

On page *2 - item *B Is not available. 

On page *4 • Item « A is available In Black 
and Tan only. 

On page #8 - Item « F is not available. 

On page #12 - items #A and E are avail¬ 
able in limited quantities only and item 
«H Is not available. 

On page #15 - item «D is 45% Polyes¬ 
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Get your garden in shape fast and easily! Roto tiller width 
adjusts up to a full 26". Vertical Shalt drive: 5 h.p 'Briggs & 
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Storage Shed 

Made Irom tough Stelcolor' Prelinished Steel, this 
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weather. New Ganbrel style roof design. Door 
opens to 58" to allow for wide vehicles. Measures 
115'/! Wx80'/i''Dx76 'H. Brown and White finish. 
Also available model BM109: each $259 




248 


77 


Prices Effective til Saturday. Merch 18.1978 
or While Quentities Last! 


Level Heed Rake 

Long handle. 
Great for Spring 
cleanup. 

17 


4 97 




Moss Killer 

4-2-3. 40-lb. bag 

495 


Seed Spreader 

18" Steel hopper; 
25-lb. capacity. 

12 ” 




Turf Builder 


48" Shovel 

Round mouth 
Steel shovel. 48" 
handle. 

V 1 




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12-4-8 

Super Lawn 
Builder. 40-lb. 

6 49 * 

Bark Mulch 

2 -cu. ft. size 

2«9 


as/ 


High organic, 
4. 25-lb. bag 

K47 


10 - 6 - 


Fertilizer 

All-purpose. 20- 
10-5.20 kg (44 lb.) 
bag. 

7 99 . 


Steer Manure 

33-tb. bag. 

1" 


Potting Soil 

40-lb. bag 

2«9 




Leaf Bake 


braced. 


3 




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Weed & Feed’ 


Handles 

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lb.) 


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Steel Spreader 

Spreads 4-8'path. 

3 50-jb. capacity 

hopper. 

36“ 

Sturdy Bow Rake 

14-tooth sturdy 
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Hardwood han- 
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<3 /Ip^T 

Dutch Onion Sets 

.99 

Multiplier* 

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.66 

6-8-6 , 

Ideal tor 

777 Weed i 

vegetables. 40 lb. 

6 49 

,- Feed’ 

Ktilex added for 
„ bread leaf weeds. 

2 10 kg (22 lb.) 

499 

'Alaska’ 

Fish Fertilizer 

One gallon size. 

5 29 


7 


Pruning Shears 

Carbon Steel 
polished blades. 
8Vi" length. 

4 77 


Weedeater' 
Trimmer 

Electric 
string trimmer. 
>7 


23 97 


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Milorginite G20’ 

Organic base, 
covers 3000 sq. it. 
44-lb. 

C95 


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Helps keep lawn 
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30-lb. bag. 

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‘Baby Scott’ 
Disposable Diapers 

Daytime and extra abaor- 
bent. r — • • 


Australian 
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Mild White cheese. 


Carry Out Foods 


Medium Cut Ham 

Very lean and very tasty 
Polish ham. 


Carry Out Foods 


“WOOLCO” Tobacco 

Plastic tub with 6 -oz. tobac¬ 
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Smoko Shop 


Hand Towels 

Assorted patterns and 
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Plain Polyester Crape 
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Washable, drip-dry. 45" wide. 
. Suitable for dress weight or 
blouses. 


Assorted Cushions 

Plains and patterns with tassles. 


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‘Walla Balaam 
Conditioner 

Instant hair conditioner. 455 
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HMtttl a S*auty Aid* . 


‘Brack* Shampoo 

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10 DAILY COLONIST, Victor!*, 8.C.. Thur*.. March 16. 1978 


Children’s breast enlargement 
baffles doctors at Milan school 


LONDON (Reuter) — Italian doctor* 
are seeking an explanation for the 
breast enlargement of 1M boys and 
girls at a Milan school. the British medl 
cal Journal Lancet says. 

Milan city council called In doctors at 
Milan University's pediatrics depart 
ment to examine the 350 children at the 
unidentified school after a doctor noted 
cases of breast enlargement. 

Dq, Silvia Scaglionl and three col 
Teagues at the university. In a letter in 
the current Laiuet, said test* of school 


food and swimming pool water Tor es¬ 
trogens, female sex hormones, had 
proved negative. 

"This Is the most striking and persis¬ 
tent instance of unexplained breast en¬ 
largement ever reported, and we would 
appreciate suggestions about a possible 
cause," they wrote 

The doctors confirmed enlargement— 
of from t.I to three centimetres In diam- 
eter—in M boys, aged three to II years, 
and in 75 girls, aged three to eight. 


Island drug sweep brings 45 arrests 


DL'NQ^N - Following a 
five month undercover drug 
operation by two RCMP off) 
cers, trafficking charges re- / 
lated to the sale of cocaine, 
marijuana and MDA were 
laid Tuesday and Wednesday 
agalnat II persons In the 
Cowichao district and one in 
Ladysmith. 

In all, as many as 45 per¬ 
sons were arrested across 
Vancouver Island. 

Charged on two counts of 
trafficking In cocaine is lan 
Alllster Bell. 22. Old School 
House. Cobble Hill Randy 


Cabinet disowns leaked policy 


OTTAWA (CP) - Deputy 
Prime. Minister (Ilian Mac- 
F.achen said Wedhesdav the 
federal government had "ab¬ 
solutely no Intention" of le 
glslatlng a native land claims 
settlement to facilitate the 
Alaaka-Yukon gas pipeline 
construction. 

His statement, to the Com 
mons special pipeline com 
mittee. contradicts a leaked 
government document that 


says Ottawa will resort to 
legislation to settle claims. 

The document was ap 
patently written by someone 
in the federal office of native 
claims. 

T.C. Douglas (Nanaimo- 
Cowichan-The Islands) de¬ 
manded to know If the state¬ 
ment was government policy. 

Arthur Kroeger. deputy 
minister of Indian affairs. 


said he had not seen the docu 
ment before Indian Affairs 
Minister Hugh Faulkner or 
the cabinet 

Krik Nielsen (PC—Yukon) 
tried to urge Douglas not to 
read from the document, say¬ 
ing that if the contents wen- 
disclosed. negotiations would 
be seriously harmed. 

“The Government of Cana¬ 
da," says the document. “Is 


prepared to extinguish native 
land claims if necessary by 
legislation to support its lit 
ternational word and com 
mitntent, but will only do so 
in a way which represents the 
fairest possible settlement to 
those involved." 

Ottawa and the Council for 
Yukon Indians have been ne¬ 
gotiating toward a settle¬ 
ment, but the talks have not 
been going well. < 


Garry McFarland. 20. 17-4172 
Allngton road, was charged 
with frsfflcking In cocaine 
and marijauna. 

Two persons have been 
charged with trafficking In 
■MDA: Phillip Ross McGre¬ 
gor, 24, 5432 Menzies Road, 
and Mary Isabella Brust, 22. 
of the same address. 

The followIng were 
charged with trafficking In 
marijuana; Jimmy John 
Korenyi, 20, no fixed ad¬ 
dress: Keith Allan MacPher- 
son, 28. Glenora Road. Dun¬ 
can: Stephen Rolley, 17. 2928 
Third Road: Timothy Doug¬ 
las Clegge. 21, 135 First 
Street: Michael William 
Thorburn, 19, 6024 Falaise: 
David Blaine Lees. 20. 125- 
1753 Thistle Street. Crofton; 
James Allan Tibando, 25. 
12220 Fisher Ruad. Cobble 
Hill: Timothy Brice Hodgins. 
10. 0949 McKinnon 

Cocaine trafficking 
charges were also laid 
against Dale Edward Claire. 
20. South Watts Road, La¬ 
dysmith, and Lester Gordon 
Madison. 20. 4485 Genoa Bay 
Road, Duncan. 

They appared in court 
Tuesday ad Wednesday. Four 
were released on bail and the 


others were remanded In cus¬ 
tody until Friday 

In Victoria, some of the 
45 arrested Tuesday ap¬ 
peared In provincial court 
Wednesday and were re¬ 
leased on surety bail. 

Charged with trafficking In 
marijuana were: 23-year-old 
Gary Gillespie, 1640 Rowan: 
19-year-old Gordon Richard 
Barry Lee Barton. 400 
Atkins; and 17-year-old 
Wayne Terrence Pye. 11 Still¬ 
water. All three were re¬ 
manded until Friday. 

Todor Grant Michael Cuck- 
ovich. 20. of 094 Goldstream. 
has charged with trafficking 
in cocaine and possession of 
cocaine for the purposes of 
trafficking and remanded to 
Tuesday. 

Phillip George Keeler. 19, 
of 948 Esquimau, was' 
charged with trafficking in 
hashish and remanded to 
Tuesday. 

And 18-year-old Andrew 
John Carter, 2533 Dowler 
Place, was charged with sell¬ 
ing mescaline under the Food 
and Drugs Act . 

Crown counsel Chris Consl- 
dlne engaged In a day-long 
legal battle with defence law¬ 
yer William McElmoyle in 


the Carter case. Ostler 
quashed the original charge 
of trafficking in mescaline 
when McElmoyle pointed out 
that the Food and Drug Act 
specified It was Illegal to 


"sell" mescaline and that the 
word “traffic" did not ap¬ 
pear in the act. 

But Considlne immediately 
swore out a new Information 
and Carter was recharged 


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DAILY COLONIST, Victoria, B.C., Thurs., March IS, 1078 11 


French centre parties unite for fight | 


PARIS (CPI) — Leader* of France * cen 
trc-rlght coalition parties, taking their cue 
from'lhe Soclalfst Communlst alliance, have 
agreed to close rank* and fight next Sun 
day's crurial parliamentary election runoff* 
as a united frunt. 

The agreement was announced after a 
meeting among Jacques Chirac, mayor of 
Paris and leader of the Gaulllst Rally for the 
Republic. Jean Lecanuel. named by the 
other centre-right groups as their represen¬ 
tative, and Bertrand Motte, president of the 


small, mlddle-of the-road Republican 
Party..' 

Chirac told reporten a Reward that they 
conflfmed an agreement originally signed 
Sept. 14. 1977 to run only one centre-right 
candidate in each voting district in the 
runoff balloting March It. 

Leaders of the three main left wing parties 
—Socialists. Communists and left Radicals 
—announced a similar agreement for their 
side after a three-hour meeting Monday 
night. 


The first round of voting March 12 resulted 
In a near-standoff In popular votes between 
the left and center-right parties. 

The new agreements mean that in place 
of the bewildering array of 4,2M candidates 
confronting the voters last Sunday, next 
Sunday the number will be whittled down to 
a mere fraction of these. 

In place of four main parties and scores of 
splinter parties and groups, the runoff will, 
to aH Intents, be an all-out struggle between 
two huge blocs—one representing a mili¬ 


tant left eager for power after more than a 
generation out in the cold, and the other 
representing the centre-right groups that 
have ruled France for the past 20 years. 

At stake are most of the seats In the new 
491-seat National Assembly—*11. that is. ex¬ 
cept 6b members who were elected outright 
last Sunday. 

A left-wing victory would bring the Socia¬ 
list-Communist alliance to power apd put 
Communists In a French government for the 
first time since 1947. 


No use Greaving 
over double Clives 


NEW YORK <l»U-Clive 
Greaves went to a party in 
New York several years ago 
and was told he wasn't Clive 
Greaves. Clive Greaves went 
to a Connecticut realtor In 
Janaary, and was told HE 
Wasn't Clive Greaves. 

A Kafkaesque nightmare? 

No. Just a case of two 
Clives with the same 
Greaves. , 

Clive W. Greaves, the one 
who went to the party, has 
been living in New York for 
It years, kfe Is a native of 
England and president of the 
Distillers Co Ltd. 

Clive L. Greaves, the one 
who went to the realtor, is 
president of the Economist 
Newspaper Group Ltd. He 
used to live In London, but he 
moved to New Vork 10 
months ago. 

"That's when It really be¬ 
came confusing," Clive L. 
said. 

At the party several years 
ago. Clive W. ran Into a friend 
of Clive L. 


"You're not Clive 
Greaves,' the man insisted. 

Since then, the Clives’ lives 
have been moving closer to¬ 
gether. In addition to the 
mirrored names and bust-”' 
ness titles, they are begin¬ 
ning to have mirrored exis¬ 
tences and the problems that 
go with them. 

The two men. besides hav¬ 
ing offices near each other, 
also live in neighboring Con 
necticqt communities. Clive 
L> has a home in New Can¬ 
aan. Clive W. lives In Darien 

Clive L said (hat when he 
went to the realtor to buy his 
home, "the realtor said I 
wasn't Clive Greaves, that he 
knew Clive Greaves. It seems 
Clive W went to the same 
real estate man.” 

Since their offices are near 
each other, they also happen 
to frequent the same restau _ 
rants, which often results in¬ 
reservation problems. 

"Clive W. went to 21 last 
week." Clive L. said, "and 
they told him. ‘Don't be ridic¬ 
ulous, your luncheon Is to¬ 


morrow.' You see. 1 was to 
have lunch there the next 
day. He wasn’t very 
pleased." 


So last week, the men de¬ 
cided to resolve at least the 
lunch problem by dining ttt^ 
gether — Clive Greaves, 
party of two at • 21 — and 
they discovered more simi¬ 
larities. 

Both have wives whose 
first name begins with J. 
(Janet is Clive L.’s and Jen¬ 
nie is Clive W.’s). Each has a 
son and a daughter, and each 
ha* two aunts named Ivy and 
Violet. 

"We also found nut we were 
both keen golfers.’’ Clive L. 
said. "He's threatening to 
play me. I say threatening 
because he’s far better than 
me. If it were anyone else. I’d 
practise like hell to save the 
family name. But in this 
rase, there’s no need to save 
It.” 


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Sale Prices Effective 
Thursday, March 16th: 


LADIES’WE AR . .. 

Dresses. Pantsuits, 

Jumpsuits at One 
Exceptional Low Pric^ 

14 ' 9 ? 


Here's an Easter treat you simply can't miss! 
Juii choose from our Spring collection . . . styles 
toAfuit any mood or occasion. Super selection of 
fresh Spring colors, patterns, and fabrics in the 
very latest styles. Sizes 7-20 and oversize. 


BOYS’ AND GIRLS’ WEAR ... 


Boys’ T-Shirts 
and Casual Pants 

Canadian-Made 

T-Shirts 

by Impsrlal 
SAVI 15% 


Radies Famous Makers 
Tops 

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A super collection of newly ar¬ 
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for the warm sunny days ahead. 
Latest spring styles In assorted 
lightweight fabrics in prints and 
solids. Sizes S, M, L and 38-44 

Ladies’ Pull-On 
Pants / 

“Our No. 1 Best Seller’’ 

100% easy care polyester oanH 
with ele^asticized back. porK chop 
pockety, take fly front and button 
waist. Available in black, brown, 
navy, camel, red and blue in sizes 
10 - 20 . 


Ladies’ Pant Coats 


sale 


R*fl. It.98 to 22.01 A super group of coots in a wIdo range of - 
styles, some are Illustrated 65% pblyester/35% cotton or 
polyvinylchloride outer fabrics. Fully nylon lined. Assorted v 
spring pastels, navy and brown tones. Sites S, M, L, 10-18 

and 38-44. 


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I Ladies’ Sweater 
COATS 

1 . 9 “ 

SAVI UP TO 33% 

I Reg. 24.99 and 29.99 The best 

I cover up since the coat, perfect 
I for cool Spring days. Fashionable 
■ styles in wool or acrylic Par.t- 
Icoat length. Assorted color* in 
Lslzes S. M, L. 


SAVE 24% 
Ladles’ 
Macrame 
Handbags 

77 

Ml* 


Reg. 4.9| The casual looking, 
large size "carry-everything" 
bag in 3 great styles. Assorted 
natural colors. 


sale 

psjr of par 

sorted number of rugby stripe styles, sizes 8-16. 


\j Rep. 4.98 A sure topper tor that new pair of pants As- 


Boys’ 7-12 

Assorted Casual 
Pants and Jeans 

33 

sale 

Reg. 7.98 Mostly Vj boxer waist style In cotton denims. I 
brushed denims and cotton drills. 


Girls’ Nsw Spring 

Fashion Blouses 

SAVS 14% to 17% 

SALS 

99 K99 

and W 

Rag. 5*78 *o 6.88 A terrific topper In your 
choice of 5 different styles Super selection of 
pretty Easter colors. Sites 7-14. 

Girls’7-14 Fashion 

Dress Pants 

SAVE 17% 

49 

sale 

Reg. 8.91 Match your favorite top with these 
polyester gabardine pants. Zippsr front and 
available in assorted plain Spring colors. 


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Jeans for Boys 7-18 


The name brand |tan at an affordablt prlca. Croup includas regular 
flare and huskly flare. 


Boys’ 8-1 O’/j 

Nylon Dress Socks 

SAVE 20% 
SALE 


pr. 

Reg. 69c pr. Assorted 
plains and fancies in a good 
color selection. 


Boy*’8-16 

Pyjamas 


Rea. 5.98 Bv Van Heusen. 
100% machine washable 
cotton PJ's In assorted 
paisley prints. 


Boys’ 8-16 

Nylon Briefs 

SAVE 20% 
SALE 

77 * 

Reg. 98M.00 100% nylon 
briefs In assorted all-over 
prints. Machine washable. 


QlrlsVB tripod 
Knee Socks 


SALE 


99 ? 


pr. 

Spring Into fashion with 100% acrylic knit 
socks Assorted pastel stripes in sites 7-9 


Girl*’ 8-14 Sleepwear 

SAVE 20% to 33% 


SALE 


Reg. 4.98 to 5.9| Cool and cozy for Spring 
evenings. Assorted cotton and brushed 
style gowns In a variety of prints. 


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Girls’ T-Shirts 
SAVE 33% 

1 99 

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Reg. 2.98 Jean-topping fashion In easy 
care, short sleeve cotton Indian look T- 
shirts In assorted Spring colors: Sizes 7-14. 

Fashion Blouses 
SAVE 15% 

SALE 

Rea. 4.98 New arrivals. In a large selection 
of the latest styles Assorted Apr!ng fabrics 
and colors. Just In time for Easter! 


Belmont Centre 


North. Star Joggers 

Men’s sizes 6 V 2 to 12 


sale 


Boys’ stfes 1 to 6 

10”. 

The sure winner for Father and Son. Leather suede 
loggers in green, blue or brown with 2 yellow 
stripes. Padded collar. 

STAPLES 


Towels 
by “Caldwell” 

These luxury quality towels, ere sale priced for 
value! Soft, regular loop terry in 90% cotton end 
10% polyester. Assorted decorative shades In a good 
color selection. 

BATH *399 

24”x44” 9 9 

SALE. 

HAND Jg QQ 

16"«28” T 99 

SALE. B 

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SALE. 9 9 


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Super savings on no-iron Truprest sheets, in as¬ 
sorted decorator prints and solids. Machine 
washable, polyester/cotton blend. Each set has 1 fit¬ 
ted bottom, 1 top flat sheet, and matching pillow 
slips (twin has 1 slip). 

twin 4 S 88 

sale .. I w ««t 

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SALE. 7.... I O Mt 

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SALE... JE A Mt 

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Girls’ 4-6X 
Briefs 


Res. 4.49 to 4.91. Just 


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Lightweight nylon shell wit 
on front. Sizes 2-6X ?... 


SAVE 25% 100% machine 
washable cotton In as¬ 
sorted plain colors. Fan¬ 
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Girts’ Spring Pants by Kute Knit 

Canadian Made’ all-oVer bright fashion 
print pants in 100% machine washable 
polyester. Sizes 2-6X . 


Kiddies' Cotton Novelty T-Shirts 


BOVS’ Z-6X 


SAVE 33%. 100% washable cotton 
short sleeved T-shirts with all-over 
novelty prints. Sizes 2-4X. Reg T 98 


Cotton Pyjamas 


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Super savings on cosy and warm 
100% cotton pi's with assorted 
pattern designs....SALE 


Sweatshirts for all the Kids! 


Gir Is 


2-6X 


Sleepwear 


Choose from a wide selection of 
assorted cotton gowns with all- 
over prints in assorted 
colors.SALE 


Acrylic 'Canidian Midi 
Hooded Swutshirts 

For the cool o'f the even¬ 
ing, a cosy, comfortable 
acrylic sweatshirt with 
zipper front and hood 
Royal or red. 


Infante' to 3X 


Infants’ 


Kiddies 4-8X 


Sleepers 


Fantastic savings an cotton and 
nylon terry sleepers In assorted 
lacquard designs. Sires S, M,,L. 
Canadian made.'.SALE 


Girls’7-14. 


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Sp4t)si clearance on thaia waitern 
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Broken sires in 2-4X. First quality. 

Rag. 4.W to S.9*.. ^0 —m 

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Group include! corduroy!, drill! and . >1 J 

brushed leans in assorted fabrics, — 
styles and colors. Sizes 4-4X. 

Kiddies’Snoopy T-Shirts m 

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TABLECLOTHS 


Dress op yoar dining table 
for Easter dinner with 
these lovely Scottish lace 
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to choose from, in varying 
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polyester. 


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I-eBlanr said Crouse could 
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But he noted that the gov- 
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HOUSTON (UPI) - A 
lunar scientist says projected 
problems of mining raw ma¬ 
terials on the moon to power 
technical stations and pro¬ 
vide r yn materials for space 
industry can be solved on 
earth. 

Dave Criswell, an associate 
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OTTAWA (CP) — A soon- 
to-be-released report says the 

C ential benefits of swilch- 
_ to a motor fuel made from 
wood and plant wastes have 
grown, but so have the prob- 
, lems, the Commons environ¬ 
ment committee has been 
told. 

Tony Keefer, an environ¬ 
ment department official, 
said a complete switch to al¬ 
cohol fuels made from wastes 
could save (5 billion to HI 
billion in foreign exchange. 

But a lot of study remained 
to be done on the use of alco¬ 
hol fuels in the Canadian 
climate and on the switching 
of the entire transportation 
■ system to pure alcohol or 
alcohol-petroleum blended 
fuels, Keefer said. 

Environment Minister Len 
Marchand said the main 
drawback to alternate fuels 
was their cost compared to 
petroleum. Until gasoline 
prices rose high enough, al¬ 
cohol fuels wouldn't be at¬ 
tractive 

But the environment de¬ 
partment has hired a Winni¬ 
peg consulting firm to do a 
second study on conversion to 
alcohol fuels. Marchand told 
Hugh Anderson <L—Comox- 
Albemi). <■ 

Keefer said an inlerdepart- 
j menial commiltee was close 
to releasing its analysis of a 
preliminary report on metha¬ 
nol. a fuel made from waste 
wood. That report, prepared 
by the Winnipeg consulting 
firm, said methanol blended 
" with gasoline could be used in 
conventional engines with llt- 
' tie if any modification. 

Two European car manu¬ 
facturers said they could de¬ 
liver "on the next boat" vehi- 
«cles equipped to use 
methanol. Keefer said. But 
that raised the problem of 
• which came first—suitable 
cars or methanol. 

North American car manu¬ 
facturers say it will take 
them about five years to de¬ 
liver car engines suitable fbr 
) methanol use. 


"The fact is that companies 
are not knocking at my door 
asking to build new vessels at 
present." he told Lloyd 
Crouse (PC—South Shore) in 
a Commons exchange. 

Crouse said the recent fed¬ 
eral-provincial meeting here 
called for fleet development, 
onshore production facilities 
and improvements to harbors 
and w harves so Canada could 
take advantage of its new 
200-mile fishing zone. 


OTTAWA (CP) — Fi¬ 
sheries Minister Romeo LeB 
lane says the government 
wants the catch rate of fish to 
improve before making 
money available to increase 
the fishing fleet. 


14 DAILY COLONIST, Victoria, B.C., Thurs., March 10, l»7i 


CHILEAN DESERTER GAINS REPRIEVE 


VANCOUVER (CP) — Galindo Madrid, a 
22-year-old Chilean who jumped ship in 
nearby Squamlsh Iasi May to seek refugee 
status In Canada, has been granted a re¬ 
prieve by the federal immigration depart¬ 
ment which has ordered a temporary stay of 
his deportation order pending review of hit 
ease. 

Madrid had faced Imipediate deportation 
following a denial of his appeal Iasi week by 
the Immigration appeal board in Vancouver. 
He was ordered deported last October fol¬ 
lowing refusal of his application for political 
asylum. 


He was told of the stay by Immigration 
officer Jack Betleridge while about 40 sup¬ 
porters demonstrated outside the Immigra 
lion department's Vancouver offices. Bel 
teridge said he did not know how long the 
stay would be in effects ^ , 

Stuart Rush. Madrid's lawyer, filed an 
application Monday Ia the Federal Court of 
Canada for leave to appeal the Immigration 
board's ruling. o 

The move from Ottawa came after several 
groups. Including the B.C. Federation of 
Labor, sent telegrams and letters to Immi¬ 
gration Minister Bud Cullen asking him to 


rescind the dpportatipn order and to grant 
Madrid political asylum. 

Madrid’s cause has also been taken up by 
Rene Goldman, chairman of ihe Vancouver 
chapter of Amnesty International, who said: 

•We consider his life Is endangered.” 

Madrid, speaking through an Interpreter, 
said In an interview he feared 4or his safety 
and his family's If he was forced to return to 
Chile, where he opposed Ihe military regime 
of Gen. Augusto Pinochet. 

He said he had information embarrassing 
to the Chilean government. During his mili¬ 
tary service, he said, his duties Included 


cleaning up torture rooms In a concern rat ion 
ramp before it waa visited by UN investiga¬ 
tors. * ' 

Madrid, a student leader and supporter of 
Salvador Allende before Allende's govern¬ 
ment was overthrown In 1(73. was later 
drafted Into the Chilean army. After serving 
■wo years he was discharged, then ordered 
to report for further military service. He 
decided then to leave the country, and 
escaped in February. 1977, making him a 
deserter under Chilean law. 

Friends arranged a Job for him In Europe 
on a Greek ship, which he Jumped at Pori 
Mellon, near Squamish, In May. 


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High hopes - 
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DtVo Sail* of Wampum, Pa. think* Bab Hop* la great 
and hc'i looking for M.Mt p*opl* who agree with him 
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DAILY COLONIST. Victoria. U.C . ThuTs.. March lb. 1970 1 5 


/ 


Bugged; seal-hunt protesters-charge 


Mstislav Keatrepev Ich. the 

world-famous Soviet cellist 
who Is now permanent con¬ 
ductor of the National Sym¬ 
phony Orchestra In Washing¬ 
ton. D.C., was stripped of 
Soviet cltlrenshlp Wednesday 
by parliamentary order, the 
Soviet newspaper Jneatfa re¬ 
ported The newspaper said 
i he action was taken because 
Rostropovich had committed 
acts overseas that were 
"harmful to the prestige of 
the L’-S.S.R." 



ST. ANTHONY. Nfld. (CPI 
— The Greenpeace Founda¬ 
tion was complaining 
Wednesday night about tele¬ 
phone bugging aa^they 
planned seal strategy but this 
was denied by the RCMP who 
said conversations In SI. 
Anthony lounges were as 
pood a source of Information. 

Greenpeace President Pa¬ 
trick Moore Mid he was con¬ 
vinced the telephone at 
Decker’s boardinghouse was 
bugged 

The Greenpeace group, 
bore to protest the annual 
seal hunt have been prevent¬ 
ed-from reaching the herds 
2M kllo'lhpldfs north of SI. 
Anthony by federal regula¬ 
tions 


They are staying at the 
boardinghouse, also their 
base of operations In 1*7*. 
Last year, they protested the 
hunt at Blanc Sablon. Que 

"Due to the rapidity with 
w hich they have responded to 
our Internal Information, we 
believe Decker’s phone is 
bugged." Moore said in an 
Interview Wednesday. 

He said It appeared that 
RCMP and federal fisheries 
officials knew Instantly of 
any Greenpeace plans. 

Inspector Joe Maguire of 
the RCMP’s Corner Brook. 
Nfld.. detachmrtt and the se¬ 
nior police officer here for 
the hunt, denied that his out 
fit had bugged the phone at 
Decker’s. 

"If anybody Is bugging that 


phone, ir is not the RCMP." 
Maguire said In an interview 
"Besides, anybody who 
wants to know anything can 
hear all he wants by sitting 
around the lounges.” 

Lounges In the two motel* 
in this town of 3.540 are daily 
gathering places for Green 
peace members, fisheries of¬ 
ficials. reporters and RCMP 
members dressed In snow 
mobile suits or other off-duty 
clothes. 

One photographer dressed 
in a parka admitted readily 
that he was a member of the 
RCMP when asked by some 
reporters. 

Hie photographer had been 


seen taking picture* of the 
arrival of the Greenpeace 
group Saturday. News cam 
eras were also turned to 
wards him on several occa 
cions. 

Peter Ballem. a Vancou 
ver-based Greenpeace law 
yer. sent a message W’ednes 
day to Prime Minister 
Trudeau asking for clarifies 
lion of regulations covering 
permits. 

Cnder federal law. permits 
now are required by all per 
sons who wish to approach 
within half a nautical mile of 
any area in which a seal hunt 
is being conducted 

Ballem's message asked 


Trudeau to request that fed¬ 
eral fisheries minister 
Romeo LeBlanc make a pub¬ 
lic stajemenl clearly defining 
w hat Is meant by “an area In 
which a seal hunt is carried 
on." 

Moore and American ac 
tress Pamela Sue Martin vi¬ 
sited the Ice Sunday on two 
Greenpeace permits. They 
accompanied U.S. congress¬ 
man Leo Ryan of California 
and James Jeffords of Ver¬ 
mont who returned to Wash¬ 
ington the next day. 

”1 never thought I’d see the 
day when the Newfoundland 
and Labrador ebast was 
turned into a police stale,” 


Moore said as he criticized 
the fisheries department. 

Apart from Friend’s rec¬ 
ommendation. the fisheries 
department has taken no vlsi 
blc notice of any Greenpeace 
requests and complaints. 

Five of the six Canadian 
ships at the hunt were taking 
seals Wadnesday but there 
was no report of how many 
were killed. 


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Rostropovich 
...In exile 


Pape Paul, suffering from the flu. made a brief window 
appearance in sunny but cool weather Wednesday to bless 
5.004 people in St. Peter's Square and to apologize for 
cancelling his weekly general audience 

Thousands of fans of the late French pop singer Claade 
Francois thronged around the Roman Catholic church of 
Auteuil In Paris Wednesday, weeping, fainting and crying 
hysterically in a last homage to their Idol. Francois. 39. 
composer of Frank Sinatra's great hit My Way. was 
killed by electrocution the bathroom of his luxurious Paris 
apartment 


Prime Minister James Callaghan ha* accepted Presi¬ 
dent Carter's Invitation to visit Washington March 23 so 
the two can review world economic and political develop 
manta. 


Former L'.S. president Gerald Feed, who has played 
In a number of pro-am events on the professional golf tour, 
has become the first honorary member of the PGA tour 


For seven year*. Margaretta Chilrolt of Pickering. Ont. 
thought her mother was dead. But last month the Canadian 
Red Cross told Mrs. Chlleott that her 76 year-old mother. 
Ulna Hendricks, was still alive In the Netherlands Mrs 
Chllroll seven years ago got a telegram saying. "Mom 
has died. Love Dad. An only child. Mrs. Chilcott did not keep 
yn touch with the stepfather she hardly knew and didn’t learn 
the message was a mistake until last month ^ 


In imaiva. Newfoundland Liberal MP David Rooney 
and his wife Ruth Indicated they would plead not guilty to 
charges of common assault at a trial which begins May 23 
The charges arose out of a disturbance at their apart 
menl Feb. lifter a free—lance photographer arrived to lake 
pictures of the MP 


George Colley, deputy prime minister of the Irish 
republic, met Finance Minister Jean Chretien and Energy 
Minister Alaslair Gillespie during a private visit to Otta¬ 
wa Wednesday. 

Country singer Dolly Parton is being sued for 9375.000 
by a Rochester. N.Y. booking agency lhat says she did not 
appear at 13 concerts it arranged in late 1976 in the l .S. 
and Canada. ’ 


‘TELLING’ PHOTO 
OF SEALS-SPCA 

Bill Leach. SPCA executive director for B.C., 
said Wednesday that he had never seen a photograph 
“more telling" than the one on the front page of 
Wednesday's Colonist depicting a mother seal de¬ 
fending the akinaed body of her pup on an ice floe off 
the Labrador coast. 

Leach said In a telephone interview from Vancou 
ver that the B.C. SPCA was opposed to the clubbing of 
baby seals and that “our ultimate aim Is to have the 
hunt abolished." , „ 

Leach said Newfoundland Premier Frank 
Moores' International campaign defending the hunt 
has backfired because It was difficult to defend 
"something that’s horrible ” 

Samaritan hunt's on 
in James Bay case 

» Victoria police are seeking a helpful motorist who aided 

a bleeding man March S in the Janies Bay area. 

The ilctlm was picked up on Menzles near Slmcoe 
about 5 p m., police said, by a driyer who took the injured 
man to his home at 345 Michigan 

A police spokesman said the traffic division was trying 
in complete Its Investigation of the incident and would like 
the driver to contact them at 364-llM, local 26. 



ROB 

VIC STEPHENS 

"As your M.L.A., I would fight for 
a cut in the sales tax. This would 
allow you to keep a larger portion 
of your pay cheque to spend on 
consumer goods, which in turn will 
stimulate B.C.'s economy and provide jobs." 

Vic Stephens 


VIC STEPHENS HAS THE EXPERIENCE 
AND TRAINING TO SPEAK WITH 
AUTHORITY ON ECONOMIC ISSUES. 


VOTE 


STEPHENS. 



Progressive Conservative Leader 


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sor ted by\Ac Stephens Campaign Committee 


Victoria 
safe city 

For the fourth year in a 
row. Victoria has been 
awarded the Canada Safely 
Council's certificate of merit 
for a fatality-free Save Driv¬ 
ing Week (Dec.1-7). 

The award was presented 
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Mrs. Marlon Foster, presi¬ 
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Safety Council, at a cere¬ 
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16 DAILY COLONIST, Victoria. B.C.. Thure.. H»rch IS. IV7H 

Socialist: ves: dictator . no 


‘Rich oppose me’—Somoza 


By HODGSON BLDD 
Cdmii Csatev ImKi 

MANAGUA, Nicaragua — 
It s the damndest contradic¬ 
tion I've ever heard." snaps 
General Anaslaslo Somoza. 
President of Nicaragua. "1 
get portrayed abroad as some 
kind of right-wing dictator, a 
tyrant, and here at home my 
opponents claim I'm a Marx¬ 
ist." 

He takes a deep breath and 
tries to remain calm. Having 
suffered a near-fatal heart 
attack last summer. Somoza 
is aw are of his blood pressure. 

"My enemies here are 
closer to being correct." he 
goes on. “I'm a socialist. It's 
the rich in Nicaragua who 
oppose, me. As for being a 
dictator. I must be a pretty 
poor one I helped frame a 
new constitution that bars me 
from runnng for the preslden 
cy In the next election." 

Truth to tell, Anastasio So¬ 
moza Is a contradiction. Hr 
has held the presidency of 
Nicaragua on and off since 
1S67 and is the third member 
of his family to govern the 
republic during the past 40 
y cars. 

Yet the general not only 
. tolerates opposition but en¬ 
courages it. His new constitu¬ 
tion guarantees the minority 
10 per cent of the seats in 
Congress as well as cabinet 
posts and positions in all gov 
rrnment agencies. 

The document also strikes 
out at the dynasty rule the 
Somozas gave Nicaragua. No 
president can serve more 
than one six-year term and 
close relatives are prohibited 
from succeeding a president 
in office. 

Somoza and his relatives 
come close to ow ning Nicara- 
# 18 . They control vast es 
fates, the national airline, a 
shipping company, a news 
paper and television network 
and much more. Neverthe¬ 
less, during the past four dec¬ 
ades some of Central Ameri¬ 
ca's most progressive social 



Somoza 

.., he's a contradiction 

legislation has been enacted 
In Nicaragua. 

In recent years the republic 
has gone heavily into debt to 
finance rural electrification 
projects that have brought 
light and power to more than 
90 per cent of the country's 
towns and villages. 

Through agrarian reform, 
title is given to some 50.000 
families annually that carve 
out homesteads on govern 
ment lands. Technical assis 
lance is provided for scores of 
thousands of small farmers. 

Schools and clinics have 
been built. A social security 
system provides not onlir 
medical assistance and work¬ 
men's compensation, but pre- 
and post-natal care along with 
death benefits. Nicaragua's 
tough labor laws make it al¬ 
most impossible to sack a 
worker without cause. 

"We have an oligarchy here 
that doesn't like what we have 
done," Somoza declares. He 
is forxfof pulling out statistics 
to back his claims that he has 
benefitted the masses. 

According to the World 
Bank, the annual growth of 
Nicaragua's gross national 
product and per capita in- 


rlps 

neighbours. The poorest 20 
per cent of the population 
earns more than do the poor 
of. say. Mexico. El Salvador 
or Honduras. 

Biggest project of all Is the 
reconstruction of Managua, 
the capital city devastated by 
earthquake five years ago. 
What was the central area 
today Is acres of empty lots. 
The government Is concen¬ 
trating on building low-coat 
housing and encouraging 
commerce and industry in the 
suburbs. 

"If 1 was the megalomaniac 
dictator some people say I 
am. I d have put all themoney 
I could get into putting up new 
government offices down¬ 
town. something showy and 
impressive." Somoza says. 
"That's what the oligarchy 
w ants. They'd, leave the 
homeless living in shacks and 
put up fences so visitors 
wouldn't see the misery.” 

His critics charge that So¬ 
moza has profited handsome¬ 
ly from thy reconstruction of 
Managua. His family has an 
interest in the country’s only 
concrete plant, sells trucks to 
contractors and generaly gets 
involved in any new business 
i start in Nicara- 


peace. They left In 19U and 
tbe Somozas have largely run 
matters ever since. 

In recent years, however, 
th^ye has been growing 
armed opposition. Guerilla 
bands have staged many 
spectacular strikes. Somoza 
compares them to terrorists 
that have been plaguing West, 
cm Europe. 

Says his Information minis¬ 
ter, Roger Bermudez; "The 
guerillas Xre mostly young, 
well-educated malcontents 
looking for adventure and ex 
citement. The Cubans are 
barking them. So are some 


of our wealthy families. It s a 
strange alliance." 

As Bermudez sees it. the 
extreme left and the extreme 
right have Joined forces to 
topple Somoza, both groups 
convinced they would control 
any new government. 

Fur his part. Somoza claims 
-his dream is to establish true 
democarcy In Nicaragua 

There are those who sus¬ 
pect that Somoza is net quite 
sincere, arguing that ha hopes 
turmoil will follow him out of 
office and that Nicaraguans 
will call upon him to serve 
once more 



that vbnts to .> 
gua. V. 

"At least thi 
v esting his mo 


. the general is in¬ 
vesting his'money here." says 
one aide defensively. "In a lot 
of other Latin American 
countries you have politicians 
who get into office, loot the 
treasury and salt away all 
they can steal in Swiss bank 
accbunts." 

Somoza s fondest boast is 
that his family has brought 
political stability to Nicara¬ 
gua. He notes that every coun¬ 
try in Central America encept 
Costa Rica and Belize (a Brit¬ 
ish colony) is governed by 
military men. 

Fornearly a century after it 
won independence from Spain 
in 1821. Nicaragua was racked 
by civil wars and revolutions. 
At the beginning of the 20th 
century the United States sent 
in its Marines to keep the 


When you 

think 
about it 


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Camp 

Oak Bay 
New Democrat 


"A one-member party is not effective. 
Even Scott Wallace found it too much. 
Elect the opposition candidate with 
strong party support." 

Your 

-best 


choice 


Inserted by the Oak Bay New Democrats 


STOREWIDE SPRING) 

CLEARANCE 


CHESTERFIELDS 


4-PCE. PINE SH0WW00D 

SOFA LOVESEAT, CHAIR AND OTTO 

1 only 

| .Reg. $1439 . 

2-PCE MODERN BEIGE SOFA AND CHAIR 

Reg. $649, 1 only 


1 COMFORT COLONIAL LOVESEAT 

100% Nylon, Peach Color, Reg. $549, 1 only 

i 

1 LOOSEPILLOW BACK SOFA. CHAIR AND 
OTTOMAN 

In Autumn colors. Reg. $1077 . 

DELUXE SOFA AND CHAIR 

DARK BROWN FLORAL. Loose pillow back — 
completely rebuilt. Replacement value $1250. 

COLONIAL HI-BACK SOFA. 2 CHAIRS AND 
OTTOMAN 

Completely rebuilt In beautiful rose 100% nylon 
velvet. Replacement value $1695. 


FRENCH PROVINCIAL 

Hand Tufted Sofa and Chair. Replacement 

value $1795. Complete Rebuilt Price . 

ALL ABOVE PRICES ARE EVEN LESS WITH 
- YOUR OLD TRADE IN 


$ 988 
s 1098 


OCCASIONAL CHAIRS 


RECUNERS 

With built in heater and vibrator. Assorted 
covers. Reg. $229. . 


$ 178 


WIDE SELECTION OF SWIVEL ROCKERS AND 
OCCASIONAL CHAIRS REDUCED 20* 


ULLicum GLENLAKE 

I 478-0S22 

1 2612 SOOKE ROAD 


MONTHLY PAYMENT PLANS 
AVAILABLE. 


OPEN MON.-FRI. 
9:00 I.R.-S I.IR. 
CLOSED SATURDAY 


CLEARANCE 
OF UPHOLSTERY FABRICS 

VANCOUVER ISLAND’S LARGEST SELECTION 

YOUR CHOICE 

20% OFF 

• Have us professionally reupholster your 
chesterfield now and save !! . 

• Boat, Camper or Trailer Cushions a specialty 
* • Free Estimates 


DINING ROOM 


SOLID ROCK MAPLE TABLE $4 ft ft 

and 4 chairs. Reg. $670. 1 only. TUU 

WALNUT CHINA CABINET $190 

Rafl. $169.. , ILU 

5 PCE. DINETTE .!. *179 M38 88 

BED CHESTERFIELD . *349 *268 

6 PCE. BEDROOM SUITE . *1195 *698 

ALL LAMPS.. 20% OFF 

ALL COFFEE AND END TABLES .. 20% OFF 

NOTE; Thle la our annual cleanup and ctearoul tale of quality 
furniture. Due to theae extremely low prtceo and the limited 
quantitiee available, the following condition# win apply lor thle 

• Salea will be on a “FIRST COME. FIRST SERVED’ baela. 

• Delivery will be F.O.B. our etorea. 


JVC's "Best Buy" receiver has an excellent FM section, and 
its full 20 watts RMS per channel assures the best in sound 
reproduction. JVC's belt drive table has belt drive for 
minimum rumble and auto-shut-off for maximum con¬ 
venience. Challenger 10b speakers provide full bass and 
sparkling highsl Regularly the full coat would be $790.00 — 
but right now if* only ... 


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• Sdhd wood ttend included 

• Replacement hutd only 

• 84.85 for 4 oz. or 8il.95 
tor 14 oz 

• Absolutely eat* for your 


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$1488 


STEREO 

CLEARANCE 


9199.000 worth •* Marao compo¬ 
nents and o*o ur TV*. MUST be 
•otdl « re not Mi our ed we 
probe* ty have * on tele Hurjyf 
Selection « good but quentmee 


IT-411 

Stereo Tune. ortg. 2M 85 

.AL. 139” 

JXC. 0-1740 

Top-toed Ceeeette 

sal. *ov?r°.oB ## 

CHALLENGE! 

1 <T Two-way Speakers. aa. 

SALE . 109” 

TAYA 

Baft-Onva Turntable 
with cartidg• aq|5 

BALK ..4. 99 


1 r 3-way Speakers 

2T.“ 219” 


TBSH1M SB -750 DC 

Bdrvo Turntable with 

cartridge 

SALI ...'.149” 

JVC JU-40 

-Beet Buy" Ob Turntable 

SALE .. .199” 

KCOSOUM 

Sound Tower Speaker*. **. 

.129” 


VojJurw " Speaker*, ortg. 
•1000 pr. coots 

•ALE.OOPpr. 

4V.C.O-1S 

Cassatt* Tap« Decks, top 

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MAKES A BIG DIFFERENCE. HERE’S HOW 

Youngs is Victorias moat experienced speciality 
stereo retailer In business since 1933. we H give you 
help, not hype, when you need stereo or TV 
equipment! And. when you buy your stereo from 
Young's, you get the strongest support package *n , 
the business. 

GUARANTEED PRICE PROTECTION 

We sell tor lees' If you find you could have bought thi" ' 
same complete stereo system tor less money, with 
comparable warranties, from any other authorized 
dealer in western Canada arid* us proof, and we II 
refund the difference, if It'S vtflthin 30 days of your 
purchase. 

THE MOST LIBERAL TRADE-IN POLICY 

tf your old Hi-Fi gear works — we'll 4tke it' and. if 
you're looking for a super barpginryOu u Bnd a large 
selection of tested and guarintsed trades at 
YOUNGS „ • 

JUNK MAIL: 

Well tend you our monthly (or so j newsletter, to 
keep you abreast of the latest developments in the 
Stereo field (It's free, and worth maybe half that!) 

THE STRONGEST STEREO GUARANTEE 
IR THE BUSINESS: 

Now. unless otherwise specified, all Young s stereo s 
are covered by our 

7-YEAR STEREO GUARANTEE 

We guarantee the stereo you buy to be free from 
defects In workmanship and materials tor a fqll 
Seven (7) years! For full details, ask any Youpgs 
Salesman , 

N0-L0SS SPEAKER TRADE PLAN: 

If you decide to improve your sdvnd after you buy. 
bring your speakers back to us for full value against 
any higher-valued pair, within 90 days of the onainal 
purchase (Naturally, the speakers must not have 
been abused ) 

We don't think there is another dealer anywhetV 
who can give you the save support, at anywher# near 
our low prices. Check us outl 


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KENtNOOO KA-7100 

Amplifier. 60 watts par 


389” •«. 


KENWOOD KR-4070 

40-watts par channtl 

.369 M 


99” 

GOOORUKM-tO 

3-**y Speaker*. Reg. 189.84 

r*L..119” 

JVC. 

7-element Equalizer 

199” 


2 way Speaker System. *a 

.59“ 


—4S 

eretts per ohannel 

599” 

TM*M lAUI (TE1C0 
RECEIVER 

PLL-^M — 40 arena RMS 

XL.?.. .359” 

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CASSETTE STEREO 

For your ear. AM/FM loo 
Ortg. 18*85 

119” 

CA-1ICAI 


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capacity 


2-hr. 

1050” 


119.96. 1 Only 


89” 


TOSHIBA AND GOODMANS 


This system smaxes even us! Goodmans of England Wor-d 
Class Speeds, provide their Magnum Si •peek*/* with 12 
long thrown bass driver, mkJrange and 1" dome tweeters 
smooth enough tor classical, efficient enough tor rock 
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FM Stereo Receiver (60 
watts RMS total) and 
Toshiba s D C Strvo 
motor belt dr-ve turntable 
iwitn auto shut ott tor 
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FULL MEASURE Of FOOD VALUE FOR YOUR FOOD DOLLAR 


1 SHOPPING LIST 

2 YOUR LOW COST 


On the horns 
of dilemma 

fthra striking American 
farmers staged demonstra¬ 
tion la Washington Wednes¬ 
day for higher farm prices, 
they decided to do it in style. 
They let goats loose in the 
halis and grounds of (oa- 
gress. Animals scrambled in 
fountain and butted police 
during wild two-hour round¬ 
up. Sssuth Carolinians led goal 
into office of South Carolina 
nemocratir Senator Krnest 
Bollings but »err persuaded 
to remote it. 


DAILY COLONIST. ViclofU. B.C., Tburs., March 16,1678 1 l 


PRODUCE 


FUU MEASURE OF FOOD VALUE 


Hydro meet 
‘in a hurry’ 


Representations of three B.C. Hy dro unions huddled mi 
V ancouver Wednesday night in advance of a provincial 
cabinet meeting today that Is to deal with the tricky ques 
lion of whether to curtail the transit strike. 

That would have to be done under terms of es 
sentlal services legislation and there Is no indication 
at the moment whether the 1 .J 00 members of the Amalga¬ 
mated Transit Colon would be prepared to obey any 
retum-to-work order. 

The transit strike in Victoria and Vancouver is in 
its fourth day. Other Hydro operations have been In¬ 
volved-because of expanded picketing 

Wednesday night's meeting Involving the ATV. Office 
and Technical Employees Colon and International Brother 
hood of Electrical Workers, was apparently railed in a 
hurry 

“I don't know what It's all about, except that. I 
was told to gel my tail over there in a hurry." said a vic¬ 
toria union representative 

Labor Minister Allan Williams said Monday he Expected 
to be in a position by today to advise cabinel on what the 
dec ision should be concerning the relatively new legislation 
On Tuesday the Employers Council of B.C. said it was 
urging the government not to use the legislation on 
Hie grounds that the strike was not having a serious Im¬ 
pact. 

Since the council was offering Hydro moral sup¬ 
port. union officials threatened to retaliate by picket¬ 
ing construction sites that hadn't been scheduled for such 
action. That hadn't materialized by Wednesday. 

Under terms of the legislation, cabinet could order 
« 90-day truce. The ATU said it would have to get the 
feeling of Its members before deciding whether to obey any 
particular orders. 

The public In Victoria and Vancouver appears to be 
managing fairly well without Ihe buses. Automobile traffic 
has been heavier, bul police say there have been few 
problems 

On Vancouver Island Wednesday, picketing was extend 
*d to the Mualicum area where the target was a Hydro 
maintenance yard. The union has threatened to picket 

Hydro power dams 

Hours of work and control of the spareboard are 
(lie major issues in the contracl dispute 


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tap* Lm CM. 199 Esquimatt Road 
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BrownY Low Cut. 204 Magdas St 
Baa* Cava Trading Cl., laap Cm 

Gorytwaf Law Cast. 300 Borya Read W 

Hiltsida Law Cast. HHIsJda Anna 

fami's Law Cast. 3888 Caray Raid 

Tan a Way Food Mark at 

3337 Matckosin Raid 

talmait Park law Cast. Balmont Park 


W« rntnra right to limit quantities 

PRICES EFFECTIVE MAR. 16, 17, 18 


ml 59 

1 SWIFT. ^ OP 

COTTAGE 1 85 

ROLLS | 

SPAGHETTI CC0 

SAUCE Dj 

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a »i.Ptad»W 

TEA 1 95 

BAGS 1 

72 baas ■■ 


8WIFTS 


IMPERIAL 

MARGARINE 

3 lb*. 


MONARCH 

SPONGE 

PUDDING 

MIXES 

7pkflW. .. 


PEAK FREAN 

BISCUITS 

DigMtlvu 

Shortcake 

Nice 

15-oz. bag.... 


DELTA 
LONQ GRAIN 


NABISCO 

SHREDDED WHEAT 

450 GR. 


LANGIS 

IN A MUG 


QUICK CREAM 
OF WHEAT 

MO flR 


Chicken 

12 08. .. 


am eat mi! 

i AOft CARNATION 

in 2 *® “2 


FIVE ROSES 

FLOUR 

20lba. . 


PURITAN 

MEAT STEW 

kWMMWkai | 

24 oa. . . 


CLOVER LEAF 

FLAKED WHITE 


TUNA 

SWpi..... 


OVEN 1 89 CHICKEN CCC 
CLEANER I cubes 

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WITH THESE JOHNSON’S PRODUCTS 

I FUTURE A«A 


PLEDGE 

FURNITURE 


POLISH 


ROYALE 

FACIAL TISSUE 

100 Tlaaua* ... 


ROYALE 

TOILET TISSUE 

4 Roll* . 


BASSETTS 

LICORICE 
ALLSORTS 400 OR 


CAN 


NO 


SNOBOY 


CARROTS 


CANADA NO. 1 CELLO WRAPPED 


CAULIFLOWER 


SINGLES’ UIC AID-CUT ‘WAY OFF 


\ ictona labor leaders Wednesday 
criticized Human Resources Min 
ister William lander /.aim's call 
fur reduced unemployment bene 
fits for single workers as off base 
and economically unsoifnd 
John Shields, president of the 
Victoria Labor Council, said 
\ andcr Zalm seemed to he igryor 
mg life fact no jobs were available 
and that Ihe benefit Igyel as well as 
Ihe existing w age rales were need 


ed lo offset the high cost of living. 

Vander Zalm said Tuesday that 
instead of giving a set amount lo a 
person, regardless of whether he 
had dependents or not. unemploy - 
ment insurance might work better 
if based on need. 

He also said if people were 
prepared to work for lower wages, 
say W or U an hour. Industries 
could hire more workers 

Shields said there was a real 


danger for anyone to start blaming 
Ihe unemployed for the unemploy 
ment problem. 

He said it appeared that people 
weren't investing in Ihe Canadian 
economy, and as a result, jobs 
weren't becoming available. 

The minister's suggestion that 
lowering wages would put more 
people to work was naive econom 
irs. he said, and any attempt to 
tamper with Ihe unemplpoy ment 
insurance system would be mel 


with strong objections from the 
labor movement. 

Murray Drew, first vice-presi¬ 
dent of the Victoria local of the 
International Woodworkers of 
America, said the minister's state¬ 
ments were creating unrest and 
trouble 

"He's Ihe kind of guy who cre¬ 
ates revolutions rather than at¬ 
tempts to smooth over a very' bad 
time." Drew said. “1 think ha is 
way off base." 


STOREWIDE SPRING 

IttARANCE 


CHESTERFIELDS 


VILAS SOFA AND ROCKER $7A Q 

Brown Tweed Colonial. Reg $899 1 only .. I aw 

SPANISH SOFA AND CHAIR $£QQ 

Red and black floral. Reg. $849. 1 only WV 

PILLOW ARM SOFA AND ROCKER $7AR 

Rust floral. Reg. $899. 1 only ...... f 

MODERN SOFA AND CHAIR $Qil ft 

Brown plaid, casters. Reg. $499. 2 only w“W 

SOLID GOLD I 

Tub style aofa and Chair. Reg. $949 .., WWW 

SECTIONAL f a coo 

Red Velvet, Center Bar Rbg. $995. 1 only Final vKUff 
Clearance.. . ^ WWW 

BED CHESTERFIELD $KQQ 

with matching rocker.pnd recliner Reg, $737 UUU 

CALIFORNIA COLONIAL Cl inn 

Sofa and Loveseat. ruet floral. Reg. $1649 * | | QQ 

BED CHESTERFIELD COCO 

Regular Slza, various plaid cover*. Reg $349 v/nM 

While they Last. “UU 


DINING ROOM 


SOLID BIRCH. PEDESTAL TABLE 

4 chairs, small buffet and hutch. Reg $974 
1 only . 

DANISH MODERN. ^ 

Buffet. Hutch. Table. 4 chairs Reg $1195 
1 only . 

VILAS CANDLELIGHT LARGE TABLE 

6 chairs, buffet and hutch. Reg. $2307 AS IS 

SOLID MAPLE APARTMENT SIZE 

Buffet & Hutch. 1 only. Reg. 619 po Si 


BEDROOM 


MODERN WALNUT SCOO 

Triple dresser, chest, headboard. 2 night YjlMII 

tables. Reg. $749 . VwV 

SPANISH 

Triple dresser, chest, headboard. 2 night */| /M 

table. Reg. $549 ... . U 

STARTER SETS $1 QQ 

Double Dresser. Chest, Headboard, f.only __ _ I w V 

HEADBOARDS —OVER 100 MUST 60 1/o DDIPC 

FROM VINYL TO SOLID WOOD. / L r HIUC 


BEDDING DEPARTMENT 


39" MATES BEDS $910 

with mattress. Reg. $299. 2 only LIU 

MATTRESS. BOX SPRING AND LEGS 

Good quality 

Single Sin. Rig. 159.95 ... S 128°-° 

Double Sin. Rag. 199.95....*... S 158U 

Quean Sin. Rag. 249.95 .. . s 198- 

BONUS — roller frame end pillow with purchase of any luxury- 
orthotonlc mattress and box spring, ths No. One posture bed. choice 
of single, regular or queen. . 


s 688 

s 888 

*1888 

. s 488 


MISCELLANEOUS 


COLONIAL STEREO CONSOLES 

with AM-FM Radio and S-track. Reg $449 95. 
LIMITED QUANTITY . 


GLASS TOP AND CHROME TABLE 

and 4 chairs. Reg. $449.95 FINAL 
CLEARANCE . 

WALL UNITS FOR BOOKS. STEREOS 

or what have you. FROM 


f ^ldiicum DOWNTOWN 

388-6613 

* 851 JOHNSON STREET 


s 288 
s 138 

Vi PRICE 


ROOM SIZE RUGS 

Various sizes and colors 

ALL OCCASIONAL CHAIRS. SWIVEL OH 11/ 
ROCKERS. PICTURES. LAMPS. COFFEE £ U U /0 
TABLES. END TABLES 


MOTS: This Is our annuel cleanup end 
nfturs. Dus Id these extremely low prioee 


c leerout sale of quettty fur- 
end the limited quentttlee 


MONTHLY PAYMENT PLANS 
AVAILABLE. . 


MON-SAT. 0:30-5:00 
FR1. TIL 9:00 


• Sales vyill be on a "FIRST COME FIR8T SERVED" baste 

• Delivery will be F O B. our stores. 


IMPORTED 


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Viking vacuum broom 
does 3 different jobs 


44 


99 


Viking upright vacuum 
with 12” beater bar 


149 


A real performer. Serves as mop. broom, 
and carpet sweeper.Rug pile dial with 4 
settings Lightweight, easy emptying dirt cup, 
easy storage, 18-foot cord. Model E1227A 


12” motor driven beater bar to loosen tough dirt. 
Regulator height adjustment. 2 speed switch, 
headlight. 3 position handle, easy roll wheels, edge 
cleaner, low profile. Model V4306A. 


Viking duo power vacuum 
two vacs in one! 

249 00 

Dual motors for two kinds of cleaning. 12" upright 
attachment with motor and cannister with its own 
motor. Stands on end for storage and stair cleaning 
Easy roll wheels and tool carrier. Model V4844A 
V imams. Dept, tS4, Mall Fleer, 

Hoi - - 


Reduce static with a Viking 
water wheel hu mid i fier 


104 


99 


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Store Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Saturday 11:30 a.m. to 5:30p.m. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday •: 


Viking’s color coded easy 

operating sewing machine 


Helps prevent scaly rough skin. Irritated throats 
and cracked dried out furniture. 2 speed fan. 
humidistat. automatic shut off, removable tank. 
Model EH300 

Heating Eqeipeicet. Dept. M. Male Fleer 
Home FaratnUngi Belldtag 


269 


9 decorative stitches. 16 stitches on selector dial. 
t>uilt-in buttonholer. blind bem and elastic blind 
hem. Easy to operate 

Sew lag Machine*. Dept. J7», Tklrd Floor 


Tired of laudromats? Then get that quality 
washer/dryer you need right now. Low sale prices 
on dependable Viking appliances. March 13-16 only. 

399 " 299 " 




washer 

Wash away high prices with a deluxe Viking automatic 
washer 7 cycles — normal, delicate, super permanent 
press, polyknit, super-wash, soak and pre-wash 
Variable water level. 2 wash/spin combinations. 
Porcelain top and drum. Model No. EW703M 

v Washer* aad 




dryer 

eep money in your pocket with a deluxe Viking dryer. 
3 cycle automatic. Drying rack, 4-way venting, full 
width door, drum light, porcelain top and drum. Model 
ED703M 


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Super values 
from Eaton’s 
ord department 


Foot Loose * e'ancy 
Fret, Rod Sttwart 
L P 4.»7 Tape 1.47 


Rumort. Fleetwood 
Mac 

L P 4.97 Tape 6.97 


Greatest 

Hits, Olivia Newton 
John 

L P. 4.97 Tape 6.97 


Greatest Hitt Vol. 
II, Elton John 
L.P. 4.97 Tape * 97 


Bom Late, Shaun 
Cassidv 

L.P. 4>7 Tape C 47 


Endless • 

Wire, Gordon 
Lightfoot 

L P 4.97 Tape *.97 


Chicago 

XI, Chicago 
L P. 5.97 Tape 6.97 


Draw The. Line. 

Aerosmith 

L P 5.97 Tape 6.97 


Greatest Hits, Paul 

Simon 

L P 5.97 Tape 6.97 


Seasons. Bing 

Crosby 

L P 4.97 Tape 6.97 


Cm Glad You're 
Here, Neil 
Diamond 

L P 5.97 Tape 6.97 


Best 01 Guy 
Lombardo 

L.P 5.97 Tape 6.97 


Save! Sanyo deluxe 
Digital clock radio 


The Willis Yorkdale piano 
is on sale for 

1389.00 

This apartment-size piano is Canadian manufac¬ 
tured. It has a full keyboard and comes in 
mahogany color. Bench included 12 year war¬ 
ranty. But. hurry, the supply Is limited! 


RCA portable 20” color 
television now 


(it W W»C0» 


527.99 


AM FM radio In attractive contemporary 
design With large leaf/type digital numerals, 
lighted dial. Wake to music or alarm. Features, 
sleep timer, automatic shut-off. White cabinet 
Model RM5031. 

R.dlov Dept. »S. Mala Floor. 

Homo Kurolthloga Building 


XL-100 Xtended life chassis uses much less 
energy than regular sets. And, it runs cooler 
resulting in a longer life expectancy. Consistent 
vivid colors. 20-position electronic VHF/UHF 
tuner. RCA top quality encased in a (rifltwood 
cabinet Model FB452 

‘ ' Trltvtskooa. Dept. M Mala Floor 

Home I arolihlnfi Uuildlal 


Slng-a-long with 
Max, Max 
Bvgraves 

L.P. 4.97 Tape 6.97 


The Lengendary 
Performer, Glen 

Miller 

L P. 6 97 Tape 6.97 


BUYLINE 368-4373 Store Hours Monday. Tuesday. Saturday 9 3# a m to 5:30 o m. Wednesday. Thursday, Friday 9:30 a m. to 900 p m. 


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Imagine paying 
this little for 
RCA quality in a 
20” B and W portable! 




Shop tonight ’til 9: 00 .p.m. 


157.99 


Just look at the quality features! Solid state chassis gives cooler operation for a longer life 
ex|Jectancy And. there are no tubes to bum out. With extra low power consumption. Actually 
cost? less to operate on an average than a 60-watt light bulb! Gear, steady picture 
performance, and one-set VHF fine tuning. It electronically "remembers" the correct 
setting for each channel. Encased in a contemporary-styled walnut-grained, plastic cabinet 
Model CB192. 

Televtslaas. Dtp Mala Floor. Horn. Foral<stap Rmldlaf 


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20 DAILY COLONIST, Victoria, B.C., Thurs., March 16, 1978 

EATON'S 

MARCH 


Shop tonight 
’til 9:00 p.m. 

0 

• 

Clean Scandinavian 
design. Save on 
sofa, chair and 
loveseat 

99 


Rec. 1,138.M. Now during Eaton's March Big Sale you can fur¬ 
nish your home in style at great savings! High back contem¬ 
porary style sofa and chair or pair of kneseats feature Scan¬ 
dinavian design Durable nylon fabric in natural tones. Heavily 
padded elbow arm pads. Contoured deep sealing comfort. Sola 
approximately 9U", loveseat approximately 

Faroinre. Kept. tTS. Second Kloof. 

Homo PWrolihlagt Baildlai 


2o% off corduroy furniture 
with chrome-plated frames 


60°% 280 


00 


Reg. 76.M te 360.M. Save now on the liveable, from Dubarry 
Green terra cotta or chocolate brown cotton corduroy. 3 sealer 
sofa. 2 seater sofa, arm chair, high back chair, ottoman, paper 
dip chair or kahgaroo chair. Easily assembled. 

KurnlMre. D«pt. 220. Main Flow. . • 

. —Home Furnish logs Building 


Brass-plated occasional 
tables in bamboo design 

79" to254" 

Choose from delicately styled set of S nesting tables. 209.98; 
round nest of tables. iS9.fl; cocktail table, 19.99; end table. 
104.99. bunching table. 79J9; or etagere with S shelves. 

2S4.99 

ftnuture. Dept. 27». Second Floor, 

Home Furnishiap Building 


7-pce. French dining room 
suite by BroyhiU. 


Save on artificial turf 
for patio and yard 


1,099 


00 


•a- yd- 


BrovhilLs reddish brown cheery finished suite with china base 
with 2 doors and 2 drawers, glass shelved china deck, light and 
metal grilles; oval table; 3 side and 1 arm chair. 

Furniture. Dept. 27S, Main Floor. 

Home Furaitkings Building 


Olefin polypropylene artificial turf is on sale now in time (or 
spring and outdoor living. Great lor pool and golf areas, 
balconies, sun decks, entry ways, mobile homes or boat c 
Green only Approximately 12 wide. 

Floor Coverings. Dens. Vt. Main Finer. 

Homo Furniskiap Bonding 


t decks 


m 

Own your own 

' —7 * • — , » 

Turtleneck sweaters 

Vi 

“Sweathog” 

1 99 

A M. 

Vinnte. Epstein. Washington - *11 »h* 

7 P.M. SPECIALS 

for today s girl 

a 99 - 

Machine washable In assorted colors and 

fabrics Sizes 8-14 Limit 1 per customer. 


Rotter action ligures. Limit l per 
customer. _ _ 

Toy*. Dept 227. Lower Mate Floor 

On sale Thursday only 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. ^ 

While quantities last. Personal shopping only 

Girl’s Woor Dept til. Third Floor 


Women’s pullovers 
in assorted styles 

1 99 

A N. 

Lons sleeved, asst d styles. Size S. 
M L Assorted colors and material*. 

Limit 3 per customer. 

Bardin leatre. Lower Mam F1 9m 


Women's black pateht 
Air Step shoes 

• 16°V 

W a Ik on air Broken sties Limit 2 pr. per 

customer. -- 

len t Stars. 

Hoar at Fathioo • 


Slush Mats 
for auto/home 


Women’s knit tops 
in 100% or Ion acrylic 

9"„ 

Sues small, medium and large in black, 
rose red and gold colors Limit 2 per 
customer. 

Popular Price Sportswear 


'rice Sports* 
744. Third Hour 


100% polyester 
sheer panels 

4“ „5" 

Completely washable in oyster and white 
ooly 64 x M 4.tt; 64 ' x 63'4.82; 64 x 
81" 1.47. Limit 2 per customer. 

Draperies. Dept. M7. Second Floor,.. 
Homs Furnishings Building 


Quilted throw style 
bedspreads 


100% textured nylon 
printed sheers 

J29 


.77 „ 


A utility mat (or your auto or home. 
Blue, tan or black.*18x16 Limit 2 per 
customer. 


Ck" ± yd . 

^ Hashable. dainty self tone prints. 45 

wide Good color range. We reserve the 
See our assorted patterns, colors and right to limit quantile* 
sizes. Limit 1 per customer __ Fabrics. Drpt 233. Third Floor 

DraperWa. Dvfd W. Second Most. 


Robertson’s baby 
carrots on special 

.35 M 

Robertson s whole baby carrots in 10-oz. 

tin We reserve ike right to limit quan¬ 
tities. 

Hostess Shop. Den* 37*. 

Loner Mala tW 


FORE! Titleist 
DT golf balls 


Pk*. 

Great distance' 3 to a package A Umely 
buy. Limit 2 pkg. per customer. 

Sporting floods. Dept SSI. 

Loner Man Floor 


VICTORIA ROOM 

Buffet 

Special 

* 

Served 4:30 p.m. 
to 7:00 p.m. 

Macaroni 
au Gratin 
1 79 


Choice of vegetable, roll 
and butter with choice of 
coffee or tea. 

Or order from 
our regular menu. 
VicturlCftoom Bullet, Fourth 
Floor 


Men's assorted dress 
and casual slacks 

6 " „ 

Choose from a good assortment ol 
designs and patterns in broken size* IQ- 
42 Alterations extra 
Limit I per customer 

Men . Hoiking*. Dept «Z9. Maui hw 

Travel light with 
suit and dress bags 

1 90 

M. 

100 o.cotton corduroy. Tan color only 

Limit 2 per customer 

Notts**. Dept 32. Lower Mat* Floor 


Revlon lipstick 
Assorted shades. 


1 99 

M. 


Revlon cremes or trosteds in assorted 
shades. Limit 2 per customer 

Cosmetics. Dept 211. Mail User 


100% cotton dishcloths 
lots of absorbing power 

.29 ... 


Metal serving tray 
with scenic view gg 

Metal tray tn small size only Good (or 
summer entertaining Limit 3 prr 
customer. 

blit sq*p. Dept. tit. Mala Floor 


While ^wiliL n krp.wn. ] 
orange stripe limit 6 
Household Lt 


green yellow o 
per customer. 
Liases, Dept ZSI. Third Floor 


Second Debut 
with CEF 1200 

I 89 

A #a 

ml The (ace that shows more 


^ Hamlyn’s 
recipe book 


Urge size with color photos 3 diderent 


iwonounwu linn and wrinkle, causing* ml £ Umlt , ^ 
dryneea limit ! ger iMeno , M . D.* *K. la.,. Vtal 


Drags Sundries. Dept. SU. 
Lew Mate Floor 


Store Hour*: Monday. Tuesday, Saturday »:M a m. to S;M p.m Wednesday, Thuraday. Friday t:M to I N p.i 


Polystripper paint and 
varnish remover. 

1 99 
X *«. 

20-oz water washable fast stripping, 
gelled to hold on vertical surfaces Limit 
t per customer 

Pilots. Dept. 274. Lower Mate Fleer 

Souvenier spoons 

.89 

Oest of etlber Canada. B.C or the Dogwood. 

Until 4 per customer 

Cktea. Dept. 2&Z. Mats Floor. - 
Home Fnnmtang* Baildiag 

Eaton’s greets you 
with sale priced doormat 

2 °«. 

Rubber backed green vinvl surface Appro*. 
OTMtel) l*» \ 2' Limit 2 per en«tom«e 
Floor l overfltgs, Dept. Vt. 

Main Floor. Hume Furnishings Bldg 


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Section Two 


Thursday. March 16, 1978 


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Page 21 


aanich officers deny aldermen's charges 


Aversion therapy machine as ed at Eric Martin 

Orange nightmare 
not style of EMI 


By KING LEE 
CMniant 

Wliilr Victorian* may equate a method 
of aversion therapy used sparingly for the 
past year at Eric Martin Institute with what 
was shown in the movie Clockwork Orange, 
i he hospital s head of psychiatry says the (wo 
treatment programs are quite different 

For those who didn't see the movie, one 
of the characters in Clockwork Urtngr 
was given shock treatments while view 
mg pornographic movies hi try lo cure 
him of criminal behavior 

Dr. Bryce Young, head of EMI's psy 
< hiatric division, said the difference was that 
the mo vie scenes showed a form of treatment 
called "paralyzed awareness.'' while a simi¬ 
lar program at tbd hospital was called “aver¬ 
sion therapy.” - -> 

Young, who specialized in behavior modifi 
ration while training in Britain, said aversion 
therapy was only one of the techniques used 
in behavior modification and that it differed 
from paralyzed awareness in that aversion 
therapy was unpleasant but no'l painful while 
paralyzed awareness went far beyond that 
into “nightmare extrapolations of society" 

He said the type of treatment portrayed in 
the movie was first used as a cure for 
alcoholism and that he first saw it in use at 
Riverview mental hospital on the Main 
land about 19SS and strongly objected to it at 
that time. 

He said that type of psychiatric treat 
ment was probably finished now and that 


avers low therapy was also probably levell¬ 
ing off in popularity with psychiatrists. 

In Victoria, the machine used at EMI 
Is available only through the University 
of Victoria's psychiatry faculty and has 
been used “about three times" in the year it 
has been here 

Young said the therapy' could be extremely 
useful for sexual problems, fears and phobias 
and habit disorders. 

In one case. Young said, the machine 
was used to help spmepne ifitT had a 
hair-pulling habit. 

The machine consists of electrodes al 
lached to a wire which sends small currents 
at the touch of a button 

“It's controversial because it comes close 
to punishment." Young admitted 

What it tries to achieve. Young contin¬ 
ued. was a counter-conditioning, getting 
a change in response to certain stimulus 
While some may make use of slides showing 
the exact things which may trigger deviate 
behavior or thinking. Young said he didn't 
even have to do that. He said he could get 
patients lo conjure up the images without 
having to resort to slides. 

* He said he even taught one man to 
operate the machine himself 

The concept of aversion therapy went 
back to the pre Sccond World War days. 
Young said. 

* “Us gdt to be uncomfortable but not 
painful." he emphasized 


Police ‘top heavy’ 


House 


move 

hinted 


The administrative staff ratio was in 
( leasing each year and the trend has to 
be halted, he said. 

Aid. Geoffrey Vantreighl. a former board 
member, recalled that last year “we were 
top heavy on officers. Three staff sergeant 
positions were eliminated, but we had to 
replace them with two inspectors." 

He added: “But we are heavy in our man- 
agement ratio; something like one offi¬ 
cer for every five men." 

Aid. Mary Casilio echoed the remarks of 
her colleagues with the observation that 
“they (police officers) are almost falling 
over each other In the office." 

Chief Robert Peterson, admitting that 
administration costs have risen consider¬ 
ably, pointed out that the main thrust last 
year was .getting men onto the street lo 
make the department more visible to the 
public. Hiring a number of officers to bring 
Hie active duty strength to 114 had assisted 
in this endeavor. 

. Peterson explained that because a num 
ber of members were in the office at one 
lime it should not be assumed they were all 
on duty. 


According to B.C. Police Commission 
statistics the department was right on target 
regarding the ratio of officers to men, he 
added. 

Earlier this year, the Saanich Police As¬ 
sociation told the board the department 
was deficient in supervisors. 

The association asked for a Joint study of 
supervisory ratios, particularly In the pa¬ 
trol division. 

Association president CpI. Phil Jamieson 
said Saanich has the lowest supervision 
rate of any force in the Greater Victoria 
area. 

He said in 1972, 38 per cent of the mem¬ 
bers of a patrol unit had a supervisory role. 

The figure now runs between four to eight 
per cent. 

The ratio, which has steadily dropped as % 
the size of the force has increased, affects' 
both efficiency and the earning potential of 
members, he told the board, 
c "There's no force in the area where a 
corporal or sergeant is in charge of up to 16 
men on a shift," he said. 


The Saanich police department is )n dan 
ger of becoming top-heavy. Saanich alder- 
mfn told a joint meeting of council and the 
police board Wednesday. 

Aid. Ian Cass, who spearheaded a spirit 
rd stuck on the increasing administration 
in the department, said: “It's like every bu 
reaucracy. top heavy in administration 
"We have more people in administrative 
posts and fewer people, either in or out 
of uniform, on our streets." , 

Three years ago. he recalled. 12 per cent 
of the department's $2 million budget went 
for administration. "It's closer to 20 per cent 
this year, and I don't see any change in 
Ihe irrnd; in fact all I can see is a continue 
tion.” 


Cass said that at Monday's council meet 
ing he would ask Mayor Mel Couvelier lo 
name a committee to make recommends 
lions aimed at reversing the trend. 


Cass Mid that when he visited the police 
headquarters, he found it well populated by 
uniformed and non-uniformed personnel 
"There are far too many people sunding 
around in Ihe office" 


The oldest home in 
Saanich is being threa¬ 
tened by development and 
maj be moved Ui a site 
adjacent to the Vernon 
fireball to give an historic 
flavor to the municipal 
complex. 

The house, at 1710 Ken- 
more. built in 1839, is on 
part of the site of a 
planned six-lot subdivi¬ 
sion. 

Heritage advisory com¬ 
mittee member Aid. John 
Mika told aldermen this 
week that the exterior is 
not particularly imposing 
or architecturally signifi¬ 
cant. but the interior has 
some notable features in¬ 
cluding fine California 
redwood panelling. 

The developer. Charles 
Van Veen of Unicorn 
Homes, has agreed to 
move the building at the 
company's expense to the 
nearest municipal prop¬ 
erty. Mika said. 

The house was built by 
mariner Capt. Charles 
Dodds. 


Interior of heritage home shows grace and style 


Industry hunter lists 
cures for Victoria ills 


If Greater Victoria wants 
lo strengthen, its economic 
position, governments must 
create the climate that at¬ 
tracts industry to this region, 
economic development com¬ 
missioner Barry Mayhew 
■old the Victoria Chamber of 
Commerce Wednesday 

Mere's Mayhew's shopping 
list of measures without 
which his job would be diffi¬ 
cult, if not impossible: 

• There must be assur 
ances from the provincial 
government that ferry ser¬ 
vice will “never again” be 
disrupted because of a labor 
dispute. 

• The amount of red tape 
business is forced to "wade 
through in order to obtain 
approval to do anything" 
must be reduced 

• Prospective investors 
must be given assistance and 
encouragement. 

• Low-priced industrial 
land must be made available 
to businesses wanting to set¬ 
tle in Greater Victoria. 

Mayhew told the chamber 
at its monthly lunoheon 
meeting at the Empress 
Hotel that 73 to 100 acres Of 
industrial land would be nec¬ 
essary to establish an indus¬ 
trial park. 

Mayhew said the region 
shouldn't set its sights only on 


large industries. Businesses 
employing between five and 
.10 people, he said, would be 
industries for Greater Vic 
toria. 

Even the expansion of ex 
isting “cottage industries,” 
could provide an immediale 
30 jobs, he said. 

Mayhew cited the example 
of small operations manufac¬ 
turing gaffs and other items 
used in the fishing industry 

He said the firm's sales 
could be doubled in one year 
if it were given an opportuni¬ 
ty to expand. He said the 
owner had an offer to move 
his firm to Washington. Thai 
would mean the loss of five 
jobs. 

A number of businesses. 
Mayhew said, was consider 
ing establishing branches in 
Victoria, including* Califor¬ 
nia based data communica 
lions company. 

Mayhew said he couldn't do 
his job without help. He said 
he would like to see "mini 
task forces” established, 
each specializing in a partic¬ 
ular area, such as land avail¬ 
ability. transportation, labor 
. and construction. 

These task forces, he said, 
could provide valuable Infor¬ 
mation to his office which 
might take him two or three 
days to track down. 


velopmenl commissioner, 
does not mean that 10 new 
companies are going to move 
into Victoria each month." he 
said 


"Nor does it mean that 
everyone else can now abdi 
cate their responsibility 'for 
contributing lo (he economic 
growth of the community" 


. □ 

Chamber ends 
politics plan 


ed someone as econom 


ipoint 

lie de- 


The Victoria Chamber of 
Commerce won't get in¬ 
volved in municipal politics 
by fielding candidates, presi¬ 
dent John Ansell said 
Wednesday. 

Ansell told a meeting of the 
chamber at the Empress 
Hotel that the organization's 
constitution explicitly advo¬ 
cated a “non-partisan" posi¬ 
tion. At a meeting of the 
chamber's executive last 
week, he said, it had been 
decided not to alter the con¬ 
stitution. 

The issue was first raised 
several weeks ago by Cedric 
Steele, chairman of the 
chamber's economic devel¬ 
opment committee. Steele 
said at the time that the 
chamber may have to consld 
er direct involvement in 
municipal politics to provide 
a better climate for business 
in the community. 


Ansell said that while the 
chamber would continue to 
stay out of politics. Individual 
members were encouraged to 
seek an active role. 

"I would like to say further 
as your president that as indi¬ 
vidual citizens and business¬ 
men in this community, each 
and every one of us should ex¬ 
ercise our democratic right 
and become more involved in 
the political process," Ansell 
said. 

Steele said later he would 
abide by the chamber's docl 
sion, but that didn't mean 
business people couldn't or¬ 
ganize a "non-partisan asso¬ 
ciation. similar to the one in 
Vancouver." 

He said he would help form 
such an association, but 
added that he had no inten¬ 
tion of running as a candi- 
dale 


Ottawa Police claim shifts 
short-change them 


fears 
soothed 


C*n«d»«fl Pre*» 

Environment Minister Jim 
Nielsen said Wednesday he 
doesn't interpret a telegram 
sent Friday lo a provincial 
forestry committee by Fi¬ 
sheries Minister Romeo Leb¬ 
lanc as constituting federal 
interference in B.C. affairs. 

Nielsen noted that the tele¬ 
gram, which outlined the' 
broadened powers the federal 
government has under its hew 
Fisheries Act, was sent to the 
Forest Land Us» Liaison 
Committee—an independent 
body of experts—not to the 
provincial government. 

He said that while the tele¬ 
gram stated the federal gov¬ 
ernment's commitment to 
preserve fish habitats in gen 
eral, it made no mention of 
any specific area. 

News reports Tuesday indi¬ 
cated the telegram had been 
sent by Leblanc to the pro¬ 
vincial government, warning 
it to ensure that the Cowichan 
River estuary be protected 
from ecological harm caused 
by proposed development of 
the forest industry in the area. 

A copy of the telegram 
shows it was sent to George 
Ross, chairman of the com¬ 
mittee. and outlines Le¬ 
blanc's intentions regarding 
application of the new bill 
with regard to handling and 
transporation of logs in es¬ 
tuary waters. 

The telegram was sent in 
response lo * committee re¬ 
quest for clarification of the 
new law 


Victoria's policemen will 
"have no alternative but to 
strike" if the police board 
doesn't change its view on the 
shift system at a Friday 
meeting, a police union 
spokesman said Wednesday 
night. 

"We’ll be meeting at 2.30 
p m. Friday at the police 
board's request," police 
union president Sgt. Bryan 
Bailey said. 

Mayor Michael Young had 
said earlier in the day he 
wanted to meet with the 
union as a result of its Tues¬ 
day night vote in favor of 
striking to protest - the new 
shift sy stem proposed by the 
city. 

Young said hr was sur¬ 
prised at the objections 
raised by the policemen. 

Bailey was apparently just 
as astonished at what the 
mayor had to say. 

“I can only express sur¬ 
prise that he doesn't seem to 
know what they (board) have 
offered," he said. 

The police Want 10 and 12- 
hour shifts similar to those 
worked by police In the other 
core area police depart¬ 
ments. 

Young said the board didn't 
have enough Information" on 
the reason for the Victoria 
police vote to respond prior to 
a meeting with the union's 
representatives. But he 
didn't seem to feel Victoria 
could implement Ihe shift 
systems that have been indi¬ 
cated. 


Bailey said YouAg had been 
given a list of 20 to 22 mem¬ 
bers who would have to be 
exempted from such shifts 
because it would be neces¬ 
sary for them to remain in 
the nlne-to-five category. He 
said it had been pointed out 
that the patrol division should 
be specifically earmarked for 
the 12-hour shift, with detec¬ 
tives and motorcycle police¬ 
men to work the 10-hour shift. 

There were also some per¬ 
sonnel from other depart¬ 
ments. such as records and v 
identification, who should be 
included in the 10-hour brack¬ 
et. he said. 

In Saanich, Oak Bay and 
Esquimalt. policemen work¬ 
ing the long shifts get it float¬ 


er day off every six weeks. 
The proposal for the city po¬ 
lice doesn't include the float¬ 
er day on the argument that 
the officers get special shift 
pay differential. 

Victoria policemen, how¬ 
ever, say Ihe differential is 
inadequate and that over the 
course of a year they would 
get about $37 less than they 
get now. 

Bailey said that when union 
representatives meet with 
the board Friday “the first 
thinffWe'll have to do Is show 
them whf we’re so In¬ 
censed." 

Of the board's pro({osal, he 
said: "It's like putting in for 
a Cadillac and getting a 

Volks." 


12-hour shifts 
work in Saanich 

Although the 12-hour shift system in operation in Saan¬ 
ich's police department is working reasonably well, Po¬ 
lice Chief Robert Peterson said Wednesday that what is 
good for Saanich may not be good for Victoria. 

He made the observation in replying to Aid. Mary Ca¬ 
sino's question as to how the system was working In 
Saanfbh. 

The chief said that since introduction of the new schedule 
staff morale has Improved and family situations seemed 
to be better. Hie public was not suffering In the delivery 
of service and overtime has settled dowe. 

Peterson, opposed to the switch on the grounds that 
the longer hours would result In fatigue, said the change 
meant that to see some of his men he has to go to the office 
at odd hours 

It should also be remembered that only half Ihe staff 
is available al any time, he said. 


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22 DAILY COLONIST, Victoria. B.C.. Thurs . March 16. 197* 


Canucks prove ready 
for Sanderson’s return 


Montreal 
Los Angeles 
Detroit 
P.tlsburtfi 
Washington 


Boston 

Buffalo 


ONIT PAP 

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<4 77 2» 13 209 TO 67 

66 26 29 11 TO 724 63 
60 21 30 17 716 365 59 

67 17 43 17 ISO 766 36 


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60 39 14 15 754 179 93 
60 39 19 10 547 117 M 
69 19 40 10 m 711 49 

Patrick Division 


NY islanders 
Ph.iedeiptua 
Atlanta 
NY Hangars 


Chicago 
Vancouver 
Colorado 
St Louis 
Minnesota 


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61 39 17 12 763 174 90 
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67 24 31 1? 727 777 60 
Division 


60 76 25 17 106 1*6 *9 

69 19 3S 15 210 274 53 
69 13 36 20 214 769 46 
69 15 42 12 166 261 4? 
66 14 45 7 165 263 35 


Tonight's 

Philadelphia at Buffalo 
Detroit at Los Angeles 
Minnesota at Boston 


Vancouver Canucks, re¬ 
sponding to the threat of 
being upstaged by Derek 
Sanderson, gave home town 
fans a rare threat Wednesday 
night with an effective attack 
which produced a 7-4 victory 
over Pittsburgh Penguins. 

Sanderson, whose contract 
with the Canucks was bought 
up last fall, didn't look like a 
player making only his sec¬ 
ond NHL start of the season. 
He opened the scoring before 
the game was two minutes 
'old and less than seven mi¬ 
nutes later gave Rick Kehoe 
the pass for the goal which 
gave Penguins the lead for 
the second time. Rut the Can¬ 
ucks again tied the score in 
short order, and they pulled 


Carroll cashes in 
after rivals miss 

Nanaimo City wasn't ready when opportunitv 
knocked Wednesday night but Steve Carroll of Victoria 
Athletics knew a good thing when he saw it. 

After three Nanaimo shooters missed chances to 
Score the winning goal in the Vancouver Island Soccer 
League premier division match at Royal Athletic 
Park. Carroll scored the winner in a 3-2 decision. 

Don Attig, Ray Clarke and Alister Thompson of 
Nanaimo each blew iheir shots within Ihc final seven 
minutes but Carroll then .rounded up a poor clearance 
from an opposition defender and fired th«y ball home. 

The clubs went into the second half tied 1-1, after 
Victoria's Dave McCaig converted a Peter Zachary 
pass into the first score at 22 minutes and Ray Clarke 
replied with an arcing shot Into the top comer at the 
32-minute mark. 

George Pakos scored for the Athletics at 50 minutes, 
taking a goal mouth pass from McCaig but Rick Sage 
came back 29 minutes later with the equalizer. 

Sage took a cross-goal pass from Kim Blank and 
easily eluded goalkeeper Grant Darley. 

The Victoria win moved the A's into third place w ith 
21 points, four behind division-leading Victoria West 
and |wo back of University of Victoria. 

The top two clubs meet in a head-on clash Sunday,' 
2:15 p.m. at Heywodd Avenue Park. 


Trilec extends series 


Trilec forced a third and 
deriding game in its Victoria 
Men's Basketball League 
semi-final series with Scor¬ 
pions at Victoria High 
Wednesday night, riding a 
strong first half to a 99-70 
decision. 

The clubs “meet at Lans- 
downe High tonight at 9 to 
determine whirl) will face 
Victoria Athletics for the 
league title. Victoria bounced 
Utile Giant Bakeries *8-59 
Wednesday, wrapping up the 
semi-final In two straight' 
games. 

The final series opens Mon¬ 
day night at Central High. 


Jay Janzen scored 17 
points. Darrell Johnston and 
Charlie Davis each had 10 
and Ken Wiens scored 15 
points as Trilec built on a 
54-28 half-time advantage. 

Dave Morgan's 2* points 
and Mike Morrill's 25 for 
Scorpions were wasted. 

Jim MacKay again provid¬ 
ed the muscle for Victoria, 
the Island champions. MaeK 
ay netted 20 points, 10 In each 
half. 

Tom Holmes contributed 14 
for the winners, while Greg 
Mclnnes. wjth 15, was tops 
tor Little Ciiaflt. 


Bullets lose opener 


REGINA (CP) — Halifax 
Budget Rent-A-Car Raiders 
defeated Burnaby Bullets 
104-70 and Toronto Estonia 
downed St.John's City Furni¬ 
ture 112-70 at the Canadian 
senior men's basketball 
championship here Wednes¬ 
day. 

Mickey Fox and Cee 
Thomas led the Halifax at 
tack with 28 and 25 points 
respectively. Top scorer for 


Tour forces default 


SI.Michael's University 
School couldn't be blamed for 
nof showing up lo play their 
slated match Wednesday as 
the Greater Victoria high 
school rugbv league entered 
the second half of its sched¬ 
ule. 

SMU, one of five teams 
battling for the Howard Rus¬ 
sell trophy, defaulted to Oak 
Bay Barbarians, while Clare¬ 
mont Spartans defeated 
Spectrum 11-3. Reason for 
the truancy: SMU is current¬ 
ly enjoying an exhibition tour 
of England. 

Also competing in the Rus- 
selt Division are first-place 
Victoria High Titans 


PINAL 


VlC Mlflft 

Bay 

Claremont 
Spectrum 

SMU 
Parkland 
Mount Doug 
•Belmont 
•Lambrick 
•Reynolds 
•—Withdrawn from League 


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away by scoring three of the 
four second-period goals. 

Sanderson was rated the 
best of the Penguins. He was 
used,on the power play and In 
penally-killing situations. 
But the Canucks scored three 
power-play goals, two while 
Dave Schultz, who drew five 
minor penalties, was serving 
time. Penguins got to 4-5 
early in the third period but 

Additional sport 
Pages 24 to 26 

power-play goals by Don 
Lever and Mike Walton 
moved Canucks out of reach. 

Unbeaten in three games 
with five out of a possible six 
points, Canucks are now 
seven points ahead of the 
third-place Colorado Rock 
ies. who continued to tumble 
away from home by playing 
to a 2-2 tie with Cleveland 
Barons. 

St. Louis Blues, the fourth- 
place club in the Smythe Di¬ 
vision also dropped further 
behind the Canucks, taking a 
6-2 battering from the surg 
ing Atlanta Flames. 

In other Wednesday 
games. Toronto Maple I-eafs 
clinched a playoff spot with a 
5-2 decision over Washington 
Capitals. Montreal Cana 
diens slapped down Chicago 
Black Hawks. 6-2, and New 
York Rangers came out with 
a 2-2 tie against Philadelphia 
Flyers. 

Still hopeful about second 
place in the Adams Division 
and now only five points be¬ 
hind Buffalo Sabres, the 
Leafs are now out of range of 
the Detroit Red Wings and 
New York Rangers, two of 

; * a * 

PITTSBURGH 4. VANCOUVIR 7 

1. Pittsburgh, Sanderson 1 (Prono- 
vost. M4hovl!ch) l 51 

2. Vancouver, Ververgaert II (Alex¬ 
ander. Walton) 4:77 

3. Pittsburgh, kehoe 75 (SAnderson. 
Stackhouse) 1:35 

4 Vancouver, Blight 23 (Oddieifsor. 
Sedibauer) 10:33 

Penalho*—K annegiessec Vcr 1:10. 
Schultz Pgh 3 32. Flesch Pgh 15:03. 

Second Period 

$ Vancouver. Monahan I (Kearns) 
0 45 

6. Vancouver, Martin 14 (Lever. 
Alexander) 4:41 

7. Vancouver. Blight 24 (Oddtejtson. 
Alexander) 14:19 

I. Pittsburgh. Edur 9 (Lae. Kehoe) 
14:46 


minor 5:52. MonehanVcr 10:05. 

Third Pa had 
9 Pittsburgh, Chaoman 19 (Malone. 
Schultz) 5:34 

10. Vancouver, Lever 16 (Walton. 
Martin) 11:15 

11. Vancouver. Walton 26 (Alex¬ 
ander, Lever) 13:30 

P enalties Mcilharoev Vcr 7:07. 
Paradise Pgh 10:09, Schultz Pgh'12:15. 
16:57. 

Shots on goal by 

Pittsburgh II 10 IB-3) 

Vancouver 9 II 7—34 

Oea*-Wilson, Pittsburgh. Mamago. 
Vancouver 

-134)00 


the five clubs scrooping for 
the four wlld-c«rd playoff 
berths. Defenceman Bprje 
Salmlng scored the first To¬ 
ronto goal and drew assists 
on the next three as the Leafs 
made good use of their 20 
shots. 

In Montreal. Guy Lnfleur 
padded his lead in the scoring 
race with his 55(b goal and 
63rd assist but it was (he 
checking combination of 
Doug Jarvis. Bob Gainey and 
Rick Chartraw which did 
most of the scoring damage 
for Canadiens. Jarvia had 
two goals and an assist. 
Chartraw a goal and an assist 
and Gainey draw (wo assists. 

Flames, who have seven 
points from their last four 
games and appear to have a 
wild-card berth wrapped up. 
continued lo gel goal produc 
lion from Mors who were off 
to a slow start this season. 

Willi Plett. a 33-goal scorer 
and last season's top rookie, 
shot his 16th and 17th goals; 
Tom Lysiak, a 30-goal scorer 
in each of the last two sea 
sons, got his 20th and Eric 
Vail, the top rookie two sea¬ 
sons ago. got his 19th. 

Steve Vickers batted in a 
rebound with less than five 
minutes remaining to gel 
Rangers an important point 
Locked in a battle with De¬ 
troit and Pittsburgh for the 
last two wild-card berths, the 
Rangers have 60 points from 
67 game* and are three points 
behind Detroit, which has a 
game In hand, and one point 
ahead of the Penguins, who 
have also played 67 games. 
Toronto Is In and Atlanta, 
with 72 points from 70 games, 
has a healthy edge.. 

' » * • 

MONTREAL «. CHICAGO 1 
\ first fsrtod 

I. MontrMl. Jorvtt 7 (Genov, Ctwr 
trawl 0:71 

7. Chicago. Plantol (Marks. Mlkllal 
5:17 

3. Montreal. Houle 77 (Lafleur, LA 
DOlnlel 6:74 

4. Montreal. Chartraw 4 (Jarvis. 
Gainey) 14:35 

Penoltv-Kellv Chi 7.15 

5 McnhMLJWwHTlSeverdl 10 13 

6 Montreal. Hyrob 5 13 49 

l Montreal, Lafleur 55 (Shutt, Le 
maire) 17:59 

Penalties—Nvroo Mtl 0 21. Looan 
Chi 6:43, Gainey Mtl 9.34, 8ordeledu 
Chi 17:00, Bullev-Chi, Nvroo Mtl. 
maiors 11:41. Houle Mtl 19.04. 

Third Period 

I Chicago. Mikita 13 (Bordeteeu 
Bokkrev) 13:21 

Panama*— Luplen Mtl 13:20. 
Larouche Mtl, Megnuson Chi. Houle 
Mtl, Rote Chi. Luplen Mtl, maiorv 
game mtsconducts 11:73. 

5hot* an goal by 

Montreal 13 12 4—29 

Chicago 9 6 15—30 

Goat—Dry den. Montreal, Esoosito. 
Chicago. 

-17,263 


the losers Has BIM Robinson 
w ith 11. The Raiders led 56-36 
at half-time. • 

Trevor Briggs. Jamie Rus 
sel and Phil Sholte each 
scored 17 points for Estonia, 
which led 61-29 at half-time 
Seven teams are entered in 
the championship. The other 
three teams are Regina Titan 
Homes, .St. Andrews Super 
Saints from Winnipeg and 
Calgary Cascades. 


TORONTO 5. WASHINGTON 1 
First Period T- 

i Toronto, Salmlng 14 (Gltnnie. 

SittleO 1:5? 

2. Washington. Sirois 20 (Girard. 

Charron) 11:07 

Panama*—Labre Wash. William* 

Tor 7.45, Glennie Tor 9:30. 

Second Period 

3 Washington. Meehan 15 (Picard. 

Watson) 12:18 

4. Toronto, Boutette 15 (Salmlng, 

Ferguson) 12:55 

Penalties-Watson Wash 5:19. Ma 
tonev Tor. Labre Wash double minors 
12.50, Boutette Tor 13:24, Green Wash, 

Boutette Tor 15 28 

Third Period 

5. Toronto McDonald 41 (Salming, 

Maloney) 4 53 

6. Toronto. Weir I (Elli*. Salming) PHILADELPHIA 2. NY RANGERS 2 

9 18 First Period 

7. Toronto, Ferguson 715:38 I NY Rangers, Esposito 28 (Hickey. 

Penalties-Green Wash. Williams Vadnats) 7:53 


COLORADO 2. CLEVELAND ) 
First Period 

No scoring. 

Penalties—Christie Col 4.48. Nielson 
Cle 12:70. . 

Strand Period 

1. Cleveland. Baby 2 (MacAdam) 
15:34 

2 Colorado. Palemenf 24 (Spruce. 
Dupere) 19:59 
Penalty—Holt Cle 4 47 
Third Period 

3. Colorado. Peiement 2S (Dupere) 
1:01 

4. Cleveland, Arnason 16 (Maruk. 
Mac Adam) 6:34 

Penalty- Paiement Col 5:16 
Shots on goal by 

Colorado « 11 7 6-26 

Cleveland 7 10 13-30 

Goal—McKenzie. Colorado. Me 
kxbe. Cleveland 
Attendance- 5,266 


Lambrick Park and feel 
mont have withdrawn from 
the league for the second seg 
ment. leaving Parkland Pan¬ 
thers. Mount Douglas Mourn 
tainmen and Esquimalt 
Dockers to fight it out for the 
Lt.Col Hodgins trophy. 

CLAREMONT (Itl-GlwwHarrison 
1 try. John Clark I try, Dave Spoor 1 
penalty; SPECTRUM (3)-Petef Smi¬ 
ley l penally. 


Tor maiors 19:05 

Shots on goal by 

Toronto 7 4 9—20 

Washmoton 10 6 9—25 

Goal—McRae. Toronto; Wolfe. 
Washington 
Attendance—8.06? 


ATLANTA 4. ST LOUIS 2 
First Period 

No scoring 

Penalties—Houston Atl 1 10. Ribble 
All 14.21. 

Second Period 

1. Atlanta. MacMillan 30 (Rtbbia, 
Belanger) 1:54 

2. Atlanta. Plett 16 (Vail. Kea) 3:07 

3. Atlanta. Lvslak 20 (Phillipoff. 
Shand) 6:43 

4. St. Louis, Sutter 8 (Baranson. Cur 
ne) 14:27 

P enalties—Comeau Atl 13 14, Plett 
Atl mindr. motor, Komadoski StL 
maior 15:30 

Third Period 

5 Atlanta. Plett 17 (Ly*iak, Ribble) 
3:07 

6. St Louts. Gibbs 5 (Currie. Browns 
chtdle) 16:11 

7 Atlanta. Phillipoff 13 (Redmond. 
Lvslak) 18:58 

8. Atlanta, vail 19 (Lalonde) 19:14 
Penalty- Hammerstrom StL 11:06 
Shots on goal by 

Atlanta 9 8 IB-27 

St Louis 16 II IB-37 

Goat—Belanger. Atlanta. Mvre. St 
Louis 

Attendance 9 950 


? Philadelphia, kelly 18 (Klndra 
chuk) 9 05 

3 Philadelphia. Barber 35 (Clarke) 
>9 52 

Penalties—Leach Pha 6 54, Barber 
Pha. Tkacjuk NYR 10:32. Dornhoeter 
Pha 13:23. 

Second Period 

No scor tno 

Penalties—Dailey Pha 8 02. 
Greschner NYR 8:54, Jim Watson Pha 
15:45. 

Third Period 

« NY Ranoers. Vickers IS (Munjoch, 
Tkeczuk) 15 28 

Penalties—Maionev NYR 19:14. Kits 
drachuk Pha. Murdoch NYR maiors. 
game misconducts 20:00. 

Shots on goal by 

Philadelphia 11 8 12-31 

New York 6 15 7—21 

Goals—Parent. Philadelphia; Da 
vidson. NY Rangers 
-17,500 


t. SCORING LEADERS 

9 National Hockev League scoring 
leaders after games Wednesday 

GAP 

55 63 118 
40 66 106 
4? 62 104 
29 56 85 
39 44 83 
27 56 83 
49 32 81 
• 41 35 Jb 
19 57 76 
24 51 75 


Lafleur. Mtl 
Trottier, NYl 
Sittler. Tu» 
Lemaire. Mtl 
Perreault, But 
Potvio. NYl . 
Bossy, NYl 
McDonald, Tor- 
Clarke. Pha 
O'Reilly. Bos 


Lacrosse allegations ‘unfounded’ 


OTTAWA (CP) — Allegations that an all-native la 
crosse team has been bumped from the Commonwealth 
Games in August in favor of an Australian team are 
unfounded, a Sports Canada spokesman said Thursday. 

"Native teams were not bumped or excluded from the 
Games." Rick Paradis said. 

The Native Sports Association of Canada said in Ed¬ 
monton last week It would protest in front of the Com¬ 
monwealth Games stadium during the competition. 

Spokesman John Fletcher said Jhe association would 
hold it's own lacrosse competition ootyide Edmonton to 
show people what the sport is ail about 

Paradis said the sport will be demonstrated- at the 
Games by senior teams from British Columbia. Ontario. 
Alberta and Australia 

“It would appear that Fletch*fkand the native group 
•|e speaks for are using the Commonwealth Games dem 
ynslriition sports project for their own reasons as it is 


evident a native team of sufficient calibre is not available 
.hi Alberta nor readily available in Canada," another 
'Sports Canada spokesman said. 

The Australians expressed an interest. Paradis said, and 
have the talent. 

Paradis said only two native teams might have been 
able to attend the Games—the St. Regis Reserve team 
from eastern Ontario and the Six Nations Reserve team 
from western Quebec. 

But Paradis said the St. Regis team said this week 
lhat "it had no intention of going to Edmonton because it 
will be trying to become the first native learn to win the 
national senior championship in Vernon, B.C. this fall. 

The other team has disbanded. Paradis said. 

The demonstration of lacrosse at the Games was or¬ 
ganized by Sports Canada, the Canadian Lacrosse Asso¬ 
ciation and Uic Commonwealth Games organizers 



NOSE DIVE by Chicago's Tony Esposito Wednesday 
night fails lo stop Rejean Houle of Montreal from 


scoring. Houle picked up his 27th goal of the season 
and the Canadiens rolled lo 1-2 victory. 


Cougar defeat by Hawks 
adds to growing pressure 


As lt)e days dwindle down 
lo a precious few in ihe West¬ 
ern Canada Hockey League 


Brandon 
Flm Fion 

Regma 

Saskatoon 

Lethbridge 
Bilflhgs 
Medlcin 


F A P 

389 27* 97 
365 350 70 
Jid 383 63 
313 420 40 

318 305 75 
318 310 69 
271 317 51 
277 388 45 

329 274 83 
333 295 71 
308 276 71 
333 315 69 


♦ 6 * 
Eastern Dtvttion 
G W L T 

67 42 12 13 
67 31 28 I 
69 29 15 5 
67 19 46 2 
Cantrel Division 
61 35 2* 5 
, 67 31 29 7 

Medicine Hat 46 21 36 9 
Cdioery 67 1$ 39 13 

Western Division 
Portland 66 36 19 II 

Seattle 67 30 26 11 

New West 65 30 24 II 

VICTORIA 67 30 21 9 

Tonight's garnet 

Seattle at B Dings 
Regina at Medicine Ha) 
Brandon at Fun Flon 


SASKATOON (4>-0*n trick ton, 
Ken Federko. Wavne Merkel. Wet 
George. REGINA (7)—Paul Hogan 2. 
Doug Wickenheiter 2. Larry Ell. Gerry 
Galloway. Darren Veitch Atten 
dance-i.972 


Curling roundu p 


schedule, Victoria Cougars 
are fighting fbr their lives in 
the Western Division. 

That may have been obvi¬ 
ous earlier this week but the 
point was driven home 
Wednesday night at Port¬ 
land'* Memorial Coliseum, 
wherd the Winter Hawks 
dished out a 6-3 defeat to the 
visitors from B.C. 

In the only other game. Ihe 
Pats handled Saskatoon 
Blades 7-4 in Regina. 

The setback kept Victoria, 
striving for the division’s 
third playoff spot, two points 
back of closest rivals Seattle 
Breakers, and New Westmin 
ster Bruins who try their 
luck against first-place Port 
land tonight at Queens Park 
Arena. 


Then this weekend the Cou 
gars and Bruins renew in old 
war, with probably the most 
crucial home and-home se¬ 
ries for either team this sea¬ 
son. New Westminster visits 
Memorial Arena Saturday 
night and Victoria returns the 
favor on the mainland Sun¬ 
day pight. 

Just to keep things interest¬ 
ing. Seattle is preparing for a 
crucial series of its own. The 
Breakers play two successive 
games in Billings, tonight 
and Saturday. 

The Winter Hawks, usually 
powerful on -home ice. 
grabbed a 4-1. first-period 
lead before 2,506 fans, with 
Geordle Robertson providing 
the Cougar goal, his 55th 

Bill Jobson's'20th of the 


Swedes stop Gowsell 


WEDNESDAY DEFEAT 
by Sweden cost Canada a 
playoff bye in the World ju¬ 
nior men’s curling champion¬ 
ship in Grindelwald, Switzer¬ 
land. 

Favored Paul Gowsell of 
Calgary, who insisted he and 
his rink were below form 
while running up a 7-0 record, 
was a 3-5 loser on Wednes 
day’s first draw with the 
Swedish rink deadly with its 
knockout strategy. The turn 
came on the eighth end when 
Gowsell failed to roll out try¬ 
ing to blank (he end and was 
forced to take a point to tie 
the icore at 3-3. Swqdish- 
skip Thomas ilakansson suc¬ 
ceeded in blanking the ninth 
end and made good use of the 
last-rock edge for two points 
on the home end. 

The Canadian rink bested 
West Germany, 8-4, Wednes 
day night to complete*round 
robin play with an 8-t log. 
Scotland also finished 8-1 but 
had to accept second place 
because of losing to Canada. 
Sweden, which meets Scot¬ 
land in the playoff semi¬ 
finals. was third with a 6-3 
record. Norway and the U.S., 
tied for fourth place at 5-4 and 
will play off for Ihe right to 
play Canada in the other 
semi 1 final. 


BOB HAWKKS and his Vic 
loria RCMP rink dropped 
back into the pack Wednes¬ 
day bv losing twice in the 
Canadian police curling 
championship in Moncton. 

The B.C. champions had 
their record levelled at 3-3 
and were left two games out 
of the lead when they wercJk 
beaten by Alberta, 112. anil 
Manitoba, 7-6 - 

SharingHhe lead, at 5-1, 
after seven rounds were Sas 
•katchewan. represented by 
Norm Gilbertson's Saskatoon 
city police rink, and Ihe Win 
nipeg RCMP rink skipped by 
Don Glintz. 

Saskatchewan was 
knocked out of the unbeaten 
ranks Wednesday night when 
New Brunswick, skipped by 
Sonny Hirtle. pulled out an 8-7 
decision. Hirtle was clob¬ 
bered, 11-2, by Manitoba on 
Wednesday's first draw . 

Moving close to the leaders 
-Wednesday was Alberta, the 
Edmonton city police rink, 
skipped by Garry Patterson' 
beating Prince Edward ls- 
land as well as B.C. 

Alberta is third with a 4-2 
record, the Territories fourth 
at 4-3 and Northern Ontario 
and B.C shure fifth place. 
Qticbey. Ontario, and Nova 


Scotia are other rinks with 
only three losses and still in 
strong contention for a play¬ 
off spot although they have 
won only twice.Three rounds 
are scheduled today. 


CATHY KING iswithin one 
w in of retaining the-Canadian 
junior women's curling 
championship. The unbeaten 
defending champion from 
Edmonton, playing without 
lead Diane Bowes for the sec¬ 
ond straight day, won her 
eighth game Wednesday by 
bouncing Yukon. 13-4. with 
the help of a seven-endcr. 11 
came on the fifth end with 
Yukon leading by 3-2. 

The only rink with a chance 
to dethrone Alberta is 6-^ 
British Columbia, which 
dropped tack Wednesday by 
splitting two games. Sandy 


Sport today 

WRESTLING 
* p.m.—Professional 
card. Memorial Arena. 

HOCKEY 

8:36 p.m.—South Island 
Big Six l-eague, deciding 
game in’’best-of-five 
semi-final, Victoria Ath¬ 
letics vs. Chemalnus 
Blues. Pearkes Arena. 


McKenzie's Chilliwack rink 
has to defeat Nova Scotia and 
Prince Edward Island today 
and Alberta must lose both 
remaining games to force a 
playoff. 


BERNIE YIZDEPSKI of 
Saskatchewan has a two- 
game lead in Ihe Canadian 
mixed rink curling champi 
onship. The unbeaten Saska 
toon rink, playing before 
home town fans, stole a point 
on an extra end Wednesday to 
edge Nova Scotia's winless Al 
Darragh, 76, to record its 
seventh win. ' 

British Columbia, repre¬ 
sented by Barry Smith of Ke¬ 
lowna, Prince Edward Is¬ 
land. New Brunswick and 
Northern Ontario are tied for 
.second place w ith 5-2 records. 
* * * 

DARREN FISH of Alberta 
and Scott Saunders of Nova 
Scotia share the lead, at 6-1. 
in the Canadian junior men's 
curling championship in 
Charlottetown. 

The Edmonton rink defeat 
ed Yukon and Jeff Kiland 
of B.C. on Wednesday lo pull 
even with the Lunenberg 
quartet, which played only 
once and made good, by 6-2, 
over Northern Ontario. 

Manitoba. Newfoundland 
and Saskatchewan share 
third place, one game behind 
Ihe co-leaders at 5-2. 


scores 


American League 

Nova Scotia 5, Hershev J 
Rochester 2. New Haven I 
Philadelphia 6, Binghamton 2 


Fort Wavne 8, Port Huron 2 
Kalamazoo 2, Saginaw i 
Toledo 7, Grand Rapids 4 
Central League 
Salt Lake 7, Ft Worth 2 


WHA 


Winmoeg 

New England 

Houston 

Quebec 

Edmonton 

Cincinnati 

Birmingham 

indianaooh* 


G W L T F A P 

69 45 22 2 341 227 97 
68 37 27 4 278 228 78 
68 35 29 4 251 252 74 

68 32 33 3 219 308 67 
6* 3? J4 7 269 264 66 
67 30 34 3 25* 774 63 

69 29 38 2 239 277 60 
67 23 40 4 229 288 » 


•<- Friday Games 

New England at Cincinnati 
Birmingham at Houston 
Winnipeg at Edmonton 


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INDIANAPOLIS (O); NEW ENG 
LAND (7)—Mike Antonovich (24th, 
25th, 26th). Mike Rogers (9th), Deve 
Keon (19th). Tim Sheeby (9th), Gord 
Roberts (9!h) Attgndanc*-7.214. 

BIRMINGHAM (2)—Mark Napier 
(31st). Joe Noris (8th); CINCINNATI 
(7)—Rick Dudley (24th), Jemie Htsk* 
(21st). Greg Carroll (12th), Robbie 
More* (47th). Butch Deadmarsh (7th), 
lAtoiie Trognitz (2nd), Pat Staoteton 
(4th) Attendance—7,113. 

EDMONTON (4)—Norm Ferguson 
(23rd). Mike Zuke (23rd), Blair Mac 
Donald (30th), Hon Chipperfield 
(29th), WINNIPEG (8)—Anders Hed- 
berg (56th. 57th), Kent Nilsson (37th. 
38th). Ulf Nilsson (32nd. 33rd), Willy 
Lindstrom (28th), Bob Gumdon ( 16 th) 
Attendance9,751. 


nr 

INTERMEDIATE "A” 1 

PLAYOFFS 

SEMI FINAL 


TONIGHT 8:25 P.M. 


G. R. Pearkes Arena 


VICTORIA ATHLETICS 

ars»«t* ii 
' 316 t 

VS 

Hackn 

AH lU|IM 

CHEMAINUS BLUES 

| Adult* (I SO 

O.A.P. and Young Adultt $1.00 




year made it 4-2 but Pori 
land's Doug Lecuyer scored 
twice in the third period lo 
pul it out of reach. 

Sieve Amiss and Kevin 
Eastman shared duties in the 
Victoria nets, slopping 30 
shots. Bart Hunter handled 35 
for Ihe Winter Hawks. 

Portland is now 12 points 
ahead of the Bruins and 
Breakers, with 83, and Vic 
toria, absorbing iLs 28th loss, 
stays with 69 points. 

Paul Hogan and Doug 
Wickenheiser scored two 
goals each for Regina before 
1,972 fans. - 


VICTORIA 1. PORTLAND 1 
Ftrvt Ptrtod 

1 Portland. Brown 0.35 

2 Pori I end. Elliott (Brown) 2 25 

3 Victoria. Robertson 55 (Lupul. 
Fraser) 5:23 

4 Portland. Turnbull 7 56 

5. Portland. Babvch (Lacuver 
Brown) 13:33 

PgngtHes—Wesley P 3:34. Brown P 
4 42, Stewart P 9:53. Fritz V 12:07 
Babvch P 15:21. Yaklwchuk P 16:14. 
Fenske V. Lecuver p maiors 19:27. 


6. Victoria, Job son 20 (Jansch. 
Spencer) 4:53 

Penalties—Heck V maior, mlscon 
duct, Elliott maior 6:00. Cochrane v 
Kostovich P maiors 8 03. Lecuver P 
15 48 Cochrane V 18:00. Spencer V. 
Turnbull P 18:57. 

Third Period 

7 Portland. Lecuver (Brown, Be 
bveh)9 ll 

8 Portland. Lecuver (Kostovich, Be 
bveh)9 49 

9 Victoria. Fritz 31 (Fenske) 16 31 
Penalty—Spencer V 9:02 

Shots on goal bv 

Vfctorlg 16 I 12—36, 

Portland 9 14 12—35 

Gael—Amiss Eastman, Victoria 
Hunter, Portland 

-2,506 


‘Hockey 


Laval 9. Hull 0 , 

Ontario Metar Junior 
Hamilton 4. Ottawa 3 
Kingston 4, Oshawa l • 

Ontario Senior 

Whitbv 7, Brentford ) (best of seven 
series tied 3-3) 


Swift Current 7, Prince Albert 2 
(best-of seven semi final series tied 1 













































V 


DA1LY COLONIST, Victoria. B.C.. Thun.. March IS, 1078 23 


SPORT DIGEST 

Canadian snipers 
earn two medals 

MEXICO CITY (CP) - Canada gained two bronze 
medals—In the standard pistol event and the three-position 
rifle—at the Benito Juarez shooting competition on Wednev 
day. 

The Canadian team of Quinton Mar of Victoria, Bemie 
Harrison and Ed Jans finished third in the pistol event with a 
combined total of 1.636 points, only five behind second-place 
Brazil. The United States won the gold medal with 1.(84 

points. 

In the three-position rifle. Ame Sorenson of Calgary, 
Montreal's Hans Adloch and Guy Lorion of Quebec placed 
third with a combined total of 1.386 points. The U.S. was first 
with 3.til while Cuba took the silver with 3,408 

UVic accepts puck challenge 



After nearly five years. 
University of Victoria has fin¬ 
ally built up the nerve to take 
another crack at hockey. 

UVic abandoned the sport 
as an extra-mural activity 
following more than St con¬ 
secutive losses in the Canada 
West conference but will try 
again Saturday night, in re¬ 
sponse to a challenge from 
Camosun College. ' 

The Molson's Challenge, a 
student-organized game with 
the emphasis on friendly ri¬ 
valry, is set for 8 p.m. at 
Esquimau Sports Centre. 


Each team is allowed a 
maximum of six players re¬ 
gistered with teams in the 
B.C. Amateur Hockey Asso¬ 
ciation and leading Camosun 
will be the South Island Big 
Six Hockey League's Dave 
Pettlnger. Murray Allen 
from the South Island Junior 
'B' League w ill play for UVic. 

Sportsmanship will be 
stressed and referees will be 
watching for rough stuff. 
Players drawing more than 
two minor penalties will be 
ejected from the game. 


Lions sign two newcomers 


VANCOUVER (CP) — 
British Columbia Lions have 
announced the signing of im¬ 
port linebackers Carl Pen- 
oington and Pat Richardson 
lo 1978 Canadian Football 
League contracts. 

Pennington. 23. played col¬ 
lege football at Kansas State, 
where he was named to the 
All Big Eight team in 1971. 

He was not selected in the 
1977 National Football 
League draft because of a 
knee injury, a spokesman for 


the Lions said. 

Richardson. 21. played col¬ 
lege ball at the University of 
Hawaii and signed with San 
Diego Chargers of the NFL in 
1976 as a free agent. He later 
was released. 

The newcomers will com¬ 
pete with holdover import 
Charles Anthony and Cana¬ 
dians Rob McLaren, Paul 
Giroday and Glen Jackson of 
the Lions, who will go to a 
four linebacker defence in 
1978. 


Kentucky sets quarantines 


FRANKFORT. Ky. (AP) — 
Gov. Julian Carroll signed an 
emergency regulation 
Wednesday barring the ship¬ 
ment of thoroughbreds from 
Kentucky for 30 days, except 
for racing or Exhibition pur¬ 
poses. because of the out¬ 
break of a thoroughbred ve¬ 
nereal disease. 

The disease, Colffagiou* 
Equine Metritis, has broken 
out on two horse farms in the 
Lexington area with three 
stallions and 33 mares 
quarantined at Gainesway 
and Spendthrift farms. 

"We must move quickly 
and.thoroughly to contain and 
eradicate this disease." Car- 
roll said in a statement re¬ 
leased by his office. < 
Horses not competing in 
racing or exhibitions will be 


allowed to leave the state 
during the embargo period 
after obtaining a permit from 
the^late Agriculture Depart¬ 
ment's Livestock Sanitation 
Division. The permit would 
be issued only after a series 
of tests to determine the 
horse is free from the dis¬ 
ease. 

On Tuesday, state Agricul¬ 
ture Commissioner Tom 
Harris quarantined all thor¬ 
oughbred mares and stallions 
on their own farms in Ken¬ 
tucky for two weeks to pre¬ 
vent spread of the highly con¬ 
tagious disease. 

The cases in JLexington 
were the First confirmed re¬ 
ports in North America of the 
disease, which causes mares 
to abort or prevents them 
ftom getting in foal. 


Outsider wins for Canadian 


CHELTENHAM. England 
(CP) — Monksfield. an Irish 
horse owned by Newfound¬ 
land radiologist Dr. Michael 
Mangan. won the Champion 
Hurdle on Wednesday, Eng¬ 
land's top hurdle race. 

Monksfield. last year's 
runner-up and an lt-lo-2 shot 
this year, was ridden by 
Tommy Kinane. a 44-year-old 
jockey, and was roared on by 
the large Irish contingent in 
the Crowd. Monksfield fought 


Budd tops 
superstars 

FREEPORT. The Baha 
mas (CP) — Brian Budd of 
Vancouver, a member of 
Canada's national soccer 
team who now plays for the 
Cariboos of Colorado of the 
North American Soccer 
League, won the Superstars 
competition Wednesday. 

Budd. who played for Van¬ 
couver Whitecaps of the 
NASL before being drafted 
by the Cariboos, a new NASL 
team, clinched the title with 
right of 16 events completed. 


off a challenge by Sea Pi¬ 
geon. a 5-to-l shot, lo win by 
two lengths. 

Sea Pigeon's stablemate. 
Night Nurse, the 3-10-1 favor¬ 
ite. was six lengths back in 
third. 

The win by Monksfield in 
the two-mile, 200-yard (3.400- 
metre) race earned Mangan. 
who left Galway Ctuinty 20 
years ago to work in New¬ 
foundland. £21,332 ($57,000). 

Monksfield was the first 
Irish-trained winner of the 
Champion Hurdle since 1963 
and the result also ended a 
long losing. run for trainer 
Des McDonough, whose pre¬ 
vious winner had been last 
May. ~ 


Tigers ’ Bird healthy and ready 


Fldrych 

.■I'm ready new' 


LAKELAND. Fla. - Per 
hapa the moat critical ques¬ 
tion of the Detroit Tigers’ 
spring training season—the 
condition of Mark Fldrych s 
pitching arm—has been ans¬ 
wered. 

Fldrych saya he’s IN per 
cent healthy and ready for 
the 1978 baseball season, 
even though the exhibition 
campaign is just six games 
old. 

And manager Ralph Hook 
agrees with him. 

Fldrych pitched three 
strong innings to raise his 
exhibition record to 2-9 Tues¬ 
day as the Tigers crushed the 
-'National League East cham 


pion Philadelphia Phillies 8-3. 

Fldrych was Impressive In 
working the first three In¬ 
nings against the Phillies, al¬ 
though he gave up a ran In the 
first inning on a pair of sin¬ 
gles and a stolen base. 

He tested his arm with 
plenty of fast balls “a hecku- 
v a lot more." he said, than he 
threw In the two iAnings of his 
triumph Friday against Bos¬ 
ton. 

When will he be totally re¬ 
covered from the tendinitis in 
his right arm that sidelined 
him the last 12 weeks of the 
1977 season? 

"I am right now!" he de 


dared, after leaving the 
trainer's room. 

Houk said Fldrych "looked 
106 percent to me.", 

"He was scattery some in 
the first Inning. But he's al¬ 
ways like that. He hasn't 
missed any work at all.” 

Fldrych said he hasn't been 
cautious with his arm. 

"Every time I go out there, 
t let loose," he said. “If you 
short-arm it (throw easy) you 
can hurt yourself. Even if I 
had a sore arm. I'd go all out. 
I gave up being concerned 
about it. If it goes again, it 
goes again. That's part of 
life." 

The knee that Fidrych in¬ 


jured and which required 
surgery last March “has 
never hurt me since I got out 
of the hospital." he said. "It's 
never been drained or noth¬ 
ing." 

The injuries, of course, 
have been of great concern to 
the Tigers and their fans. Fl¬ 
drych, 1976 American League 
Rookie of the Year, is one of 
the best pitchers and biggest 
attractions in baseball. He 
hasn’t lost his drawing 
power, pulling in more than 
6.006 for the Boston game and 
another standing room crowd 
of 4.778 Tuesday. 


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TORONTO (CP) — Darryl 
Sittler may be the only ath¬ 
lete ever stopped while fish¬ 
ing in the mkidle of a lake and 
asked for his autograph. 

It’s a mark of the populari¬ 
ty of the 27-year-old Toronto 
Maple Leafs centre and cap¬ 
tain who has come to legiti¬ 
mate National Hockey 
League superstardom in the 
last few seasons. 

NHL players often have re¬ 
marked that playing for a 
Canadian team is like living 
in a fish bowl. They're recog¬ 
nized on the streets and in 
stores and restaurants and 
are constantly being asked 
for their autographs. 

Such as the time Sittler and 
some friends were salmon * 
fishing in Lake Ontario about 
1(4 miles from shore. 

“A boat with a couple of 
men aboard drew alongside 
and one of them asked for an 
autograph for his son.” 

Another time Sittler, his 
wife Wendy, son Ryan. 4. and 
daughter Meaghan. 2, were 
driving towards London. 
Ont.. on a four-lane highway 
when a car pulled in front of 
them and a child in the back 
seat held up a card bearing a 
quickly drawn No. 27 
(Sutler's sweater number) in 
the back window. 

Incidents like that bring a 
chuckle to the still-boyish 
face of the native of St. 
Jacob's. Ont. 

“I don't mind people com¬ 
ing up to me asking for auto¬ 
graphs and chatting. The bet¬ 
ter you do on the ice the more 
times your picture appears in 
the paper and on television 
and the more people recog¬ 
nize you. , 

"But what people don't 
seem to understand is that 
like most people there are 
times when I'm not in the 
best of moods. And if I don't 
want to stop and chat or sign 
autographs, it’s not that I'm 
giving them the cold shoul¬ 
der. The public wants a piece 
of your time all the time and 
you just can't do it." 

Still. Sittler prefers the 
present situation to what it 
was when he was trying to 
break into the NHL as a rook¬ 
ie out of junior hockey in 
London iq, 1970. 

He and another newcomer, 
Bob Liddington. were in the 
arrivals lounge of the airport, 
at Halifax when two young¬ 
sters. after getting the auto¬ 
graphs of such Leafs veter¬ 
ans as Norm Ullman, Ron 



Sittler 

..•eudorsemeats only 


Ellis and Jacques Plante, 
asked the young pair for 
theirs. 

"Liddington signed and 
then I did. The kid took the 
paper back, the two of them 
looked at It and one of them 
said. They're just a couple of 
nobodies,’ and threw the 
piece of paper on the 
ground." 

The clamor for Sutler's 
autograph really began the 
night of Feb. 7. 1976. when he 
scored six goals and assisted 
on four for an NHL-record 10 
points. It reached a frenzy 
seven months later when he 
scored the winning goal 
against Czechoslovakia to 
give Team Canada the title in 
the first Canada Cup series. 

Fame has brought Sittler a 
six-figure salary on a long¬ 
term contract and a number 
of opportunities to endorse 


products ranging from 
breakfast cereal to CB radio 
equipment. But he says he is 
determined not to get in¬ 
volved in too many outside 
activities. 

Acting on the advice of his 
agent. Alan Eagleson. he has 
avoided business ventures. 

“He advised me to dedicate 
my time to just placing hock¬ 
ey in the winter and to keep 
the summers free. Eagle said 
that if I got into business and 
started to lose money or a 
stock deal didn't work out I 
could lose my concentration 
tat hockey 

"He felt 1 could make more 
motley by just playing hockey 
and doing well at it rather 
than getting into a lot of busi¬ 
ness ventures. That’s why 
I've stayed away from them 
other titan a few endorse¬ 
ments." 

f 


South Africans inured 
to net demonstrations 


SUN ROOFS ARE 
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NASHVILLE. Tenn. (AP) 
— The South African tennis 
camp remained cool Wednes¬ 
day in the face of threatened 
demonstrations for their 
weekend Davis Cup duel with 
the United States. 

"We live with distrac¬ 
tions—we just have to main¬ 
tain our concentration.” said 
Claude Lister, a suave Bri¬ 
tisher who has captained the 
South African team since 
1957. "Demonstrations are 
not new to us. Neither .are 
they unique to our matches. 

"Being from Africa, we 
don't have a particular zone 
as do most countries. Every¬ 
where we play is enemy ter¬ 
ritory.” 

"1 don't think any of us Is 
worried," added Bob Hewitt, 
the 38-year-old transplanted 
Australian who is half of 
South Africa's world cham¬ 
pion doubles team. “If there 
are distractions, they will 
bother the Yanks as much as 
they bother us." 

live North American apne 
match will be played at-Wan- 
derbilt University's indoor 
gymnasium under the tight¬ 
est security measures be¬ 
cause of announced plans for 
mass protests against South 
Africa's apartheid policies. 

The NCAAP, a group call¬ 


ing itself Access and other 
liberal bodies, including or¬ 
ganized student groups, are 
organizing demonstrations 
that might involve as many 
as 15.000 protestors. The Ku 
Klux Klan has even said it 
plans to be on haqd in civilian 
clothing. r 

Meanwhile, slightly more 
than 2.000 tickets have been 
sold for the modern 9.500-seat 
arena—a disappointing fig¬ 
ure posing the likeHhood of a 
financial bath for the local 
sponsor, ex-tennis player Joe 
Davis, a wealthy mine owner. 

The Americans are heavily 
favored in the three-day, 
best-of-five match series that 
includes two singles matches 
Friday, a doubles Saturday 
and the final singles Sunday. 

The U.S. team will consist 
of Vitas Gerulaitis and 
Harold Solomon in singles 
and Fred McNair and Sher¬ 
wood Stewart teaming in 
doubles. South Africa will use 
Byron Bertram and Bemie 
Milton, ranked 58th and 57th, 
respectively, in world singles 


ratings. Hewitt and Frew 
McMillan will be favored to 
get South Africa's only point 
in doubles. 

McMillan and Bertram 
were members of the squad 
beaten by the United States 
last year at Newport Beach. 
Calif., where some 200 dem¬ 
onstrators caused mild dis¬ 
tractions by yelling, running 
and throwing objects onto the 
court. 


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Net favorites 
record wins 

BOSTON (AP) — Touma 
meni stars Chris Evert and 
Billie Jean King advanced to 
the quarter-finals and top- 
seeded Martina Navratilova 
won her opening-round 
match Wednesday night In t 
$100,000 women’s tennis 
championship at Boston Uni¬ 
versity’s Walter Brown 
Arena. 

Navratilova and King 
needed barely one hour each 
to dispose of their lets expert- 
meed oroonents, and Evert 
had onl; slightly more dlffl- 
cultv beating Beth Norton 5-1, 
6 - 4 . 


Trading wts anything but 
brisk on the major league 
baseball market Wednesday, 
with only five players in¬ 
volved in denis. But New 
York Mets got word of a hefty 
dividend that could give their 
flagging slock a boost 

The National League Mets 
received outfielder Ken Hen¬ 
derson from Texas Rangers 
as the "player to be named 
later” from the winter meet 
ings’ four-team, 11-pltyer 
deal. 

The switch-hitting. 31-year- 
old Henderson batted .25t in 
73 games with the Rangers 
last season. He hit five 
homers and drove in 23 runs 
but was dogged with injuries 
much of the campaign 

Henderson's career record 
indicates he can help the 
struggling Mets. coming off a 
last-place finish in the NL 
Cast for 1(77. Henderson 
belted 20 homers and batted 
.2(2 for the White Sox In 1(71. 
adding (5 runs batted in. In 
addition to Chicago, Hender 
son played for San Francisco 
Giants and Atlanta Braves, 
helping the Giants to the NL 
West title In 1971. 

In the winter trade, the 
Mets also received first base- 
man Willie Montanez from 
Atlanta Braves and outfield 
er Tom Grieve from Texas. 


The Rangers got pitcher John 
Matlack and outfielder. Al 
Oliver, Pittsburgh got pitcher 
Bert Blyleven and first base¬ 
man John Milner and the 
Brnvns received several 
young players. 

In the day's other deals, To¬ 
ronto Blue Jays received ou 
fielder Rick Bosetti from 
St.Louis Cardinals in ex¬ 
change for pitcher Tom 
Bruno and an undisclosed 
amount of cash. Later, the 
Jays announced they had re¬ 
acquired designated-hitnr - 
Rico Carty from Cleveland 
Indians for pitcher Dennis 
DeBarr 

Elsewhere, free-agent 
pitcher Jim Bibby, who 
gained his freedom from 
Cleveland earlier this month, 
signed with Pittsburgh Pi¬ 
rates. 

Bosetti. 24, was obtained by 
the Cards from Philadelphia 


Phillies last June, along with 
Dane lorg and Tom. Under¬ 
wood. now with the Jays, in 
the deal which sent Bake 
McBride to the Phils. 

He hit .278 In 13 games with 
‘Philadelphia in 1(74 and bat¬ 
ted .232 tn 41 games with 
St.Louis last season. At the 
Triple A level. Bosetti hit ,31( 
and made the American As¬ 
sociation til star team In 
1(74 

Bruno, a fifth round pick by 
the Blue Jays In.the expansion 
draft, appeared tn 12 games 
with Toronto after opening 
the season at Toledo in the 
International League, where 
he had a 2-4 record and a 5.27 
earned run average. 

Carty, National League 
batting ehampion with Atlan¬ 
ta in 1970. was an original 
pick of the Blue Jays in the 
1976 expansion draft. But he 
was dealt to the Indians be¬ 


fore appearing In a Toronto 
uniform. 

One of the few major lea¬ 
guers with a liftelme bat¬ 
ting average over ,3M, Carty 
hit .380 with 15 homers for 
Cleveland Inst year, driving 
in 80 runs. 

DeBarr. 25. came tb the' 
Blue Jays in the draft after 
an apprenticeship in the De¬ 
troit Tigers' chain. He ap¬ 
peared In 14 games for Toron¬ 
to in 1(77, losing his only 
decision. 

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ball League have voted to 
clamp down on players who 
showboat and bait opponents 
and approved rule changes to 
open up the offence next sen-, 
son. 

By • 26 2 vote, (the league 
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DAILY COLONIST, Viilorii, B.C., Thurs., March 16, 1678 25 


Liverpool in cup semis I Fan behavior discussions planned | 


By THE CANADIAN PKES8 

Liverpool of England and 
Bonnaia Moenchengladbach 
of Went Germany, finalist* In 
Iasi year’a European Cup 
soccer competition, moved 
Into the semi finals of this 
year’s event with quarter 
final victories Wednesday. 

While Liverpool, the de¬ 
fending champions, cruised 
to a 4-1 win over Benflca of 
Portugal (6-2 on aggregate). 
Borussia survived with Inns 
brack of Austria only by vir¬ 
tue of the Cup rule that away 
goals count double. 

Boraasia beat Innsbruck 2 
• at home, setting up a 3 3 
aggregate score, but ad¬ 
vanced on the away-goals 
rule. The West German team 
got first-half goals from 
World Cup stars Rainer Bon 
hof and Jupp Ileynckes to rub 
out Its 3 1 defeat in Austria. 

In other European Cup 
quarter final games, Juven- 
tus of Italy and Ajax of Am¬ 
sterdam tied 1-1 but the Ital¬ 
ian team advanced by virtue 
of penalty kicks; and Bruges 


Cup move 
approved 


LONDON (Reuter) — The 
Feotball Association has 
granted a request from lam- 
don clubs Arsenal and Orient 
to have their FA Cup semi¬ 
final on April 8 switched from 
Birmingham to lamdon. 

The match, originally to 
have been played at Aston 
Villa's ground, will be staged 
at Chelsea’s Stamford Bridge 
ground. 

Chelsea's English League 
fixture against Manchester 
City has been postponed to 
make way for the Arsenal- 
Orient match. 

Both cup semi-finals now 
will be played in londoo on 
April k. The other match be¬ 
tween Ipswich Town and 
West Bromwich Albion Is 
scheduled for Arsenal's 
Highbury ground. 




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U.K. soccer 


LONDON (CP>- 
Oav'v uoltso 
matclws 


of Belgium, despite losing 3-2 
to Atlctlco Madrid of Spain, 
advanced 4-3 on aggregate. 

In UEFA Cup competition, 
PSV Eindhoven of the Neth¬ 
erlands, Barcelona of Spain 
and Baslla of France Joined 
Grasshoppers Zurich of Swit- 
zerland In the semi-finals 
with victories-Wednesday 

Eindhoven beat Magde 
burg of East Germany 4-2 to 
triumph 4-3 on aggregate; 
Barcelona edged Aston Villa 
of England 2-1 to advance 4 3 
on aggregate; and Bastia lost 
4-2 to Carl Zeiss Jena of East 


Germany but advanced by 
vlrtde of a 7-2 win In France. 

In the Cup-Winners' Cup, 
Anderlecht of Belgium, 
Twente Enschede of the 
Netherlands. Dinamo of Mo¬ 
scow and Austria. Wien all 
advanced to the semi-finals 

Anderlecht beat Porto' of 
Portugal 3-6 to advance 31 on 
aggregate; Enschede beat 
Vejle BK of Denmark 46 tq 
win 76 on aggregate: Dina 
mo shut out Real Beds Seville 
of Spain 36 after the clubs 
had played to a scoreless tie 
In Spain; and Wien advanced 


by beating Hajduk Split of 
Yugoslavia 3-6 on penalty 
kicks after the aggregate 
total ended 2-2. 

Liverpool, which won the 
first leg 31 In IJsbon, scored 
twice In the first 17 minutes 
of the game. Benflca ap¬ 
peared nervous from the 
start and goalkeeper Bento 
made an early mistake when 
he let an easy shot slip 
through for a goal. < 

The English team, playing 
before 48.000 spectators, 
scored twice In the last 12 
minutes of the game. 


LONDON (Beater) — Denis Howell, Britain's minister of 
sport, said Wednesday he has Invited Fnetball Association 
officials ta meet him and the home secretary, Meriyi Rees, 
to discuss violent behavior by soccer spectators. 

Howell said the meeting b to be held as anon aa possible 
after the FA concludes Its own Inquiry late the disruption of 
Wrap quarter-final betwfga Mlllwall and Ipswich Town at 
Mmwall last Saturday. 

More than 36 persons were arrested aad nearly M police 
and spectators were treated far Injuries alter fighting brake 
eat aad caused the match ta be halted far 18 minutes. Aa FA 
commission will meet March 23 la investigate. 

There was another outbreak of violence Tuesday night at 
a Third Division league match between Swindon Town and 
Wrexham at Swindon. Missiles were thrown at Wrexham 
goalkeeper Eddie Nledzwieckl. The referee, Leslie Burden. 
Is sending a report ta the FA. 

Slones, a piece of concrete, a golf ball and a dart were 


thrown at Niedrwleckl, who earlier saved a penalty. He was 
able lo carry on after brief treatment but looked dared aa 
Sw indon scored Its only goal of the game. Wrexham wan 31. 



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Hartono 

returns 


LONDON (Reuter) — Rpd.v 
Hartono of Indonesia, who re- 
o tired after winning his eighth 
all-England badminton 
men's championship in 1976, 
opened his campaign tor a 
ninth title at Wembley by 
beating England's Dave 
Eddy 133, 133 in Ibe first 
round Wednesday. 

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lo be the top men's badiwln 
ton player of the last decade, 
showed his old speed and 
power to take a 13-6 lead In 
the first game and won the 
match In 25 minutes. Hartono 
continued hts brilliant play in 
the second round, defeating 
Brian White of England 15 9. 
131. 

In other first-round men's 
matches, Patrick Tryon of 
Montreal beat Gert HeLsholt 
of Denmark 12-15,17-14, 15-11 
and Bryan Purser of New 
Zealand downed John'Czith 
of Kingston, Ont., 15-6, 15-2. 

Tryon lost his second-round 
match 135. 15-7 to Padukone 
Prakash of India. 

> In women's play, world 
champion Lehe Koppen of 
Denmark beat Gussie Botes 
of South Africa 11-4, 116 in 
the first round. Defending 
champion lUroe Yukiof 
Japan, four rhne winner 
here, beat Paul Kllvlngton of 
England 11-4,11-8. 

Three joint fifth seeds also 
advanced in the first round. 
Wendy Clarkson of Calgary 
beat Susanna Berg of Den¬ 
mark 11-3, 11-1, Joke van 
Beusekom of the Netherlands 
defeated Kathy Whiting of 
England 11-3. 11-5 and I. 
Verawaty of Indonesia beat 
Jane Youngberg of Vancou¬ 
ver 11-2, 11-2. 


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Juvenile soccer schedule I HOCKER - first new sport in century 


Schedule of weekend quar¬ 
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Island teams in the 
R.C.Youlh Soccer Associa¬ 
tion Provincial Cup Inter- 
District Playoffs: 

SATUOOAY 

Bhf U lM -1 :39p.m., Uppar iv 
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Fovrtx DiviilOR— Noon. Powell 
River Royals w Vancouver im«r- 
community. Timtoertane Park. Powell 
River; 2 pm. Victoria Evening Opt- 
mlsf Patriots vs. Burnabv Wesburn 
Cascades. Topaz Park; 2 p.m., Rich 
mono South Arm Stingers vs. Upper 
island Nanaimo Sundownerv. Hugh 
BovdOval, Richmond 
Flf* Divtsson 2 p m, victoria Oor 
don Head Smith Bros vs. North Shore 
West Van Sourawevs. Topai Park 
Siith Division—12 M p m , Upper 
Island Qualicum Legion vs Powell 
River Huskies. Recreation Park, Qua 
Ileum 

Seventh Division—2 p m., Victoria 
Gorge FC vs. Upper Island Alberni 
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les. Seaauam School. Delta; 2 p.m. 
Victoria Juan da Fuca DaVinci vs. 
Fraser Valiev Guildford Celtic, 
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Second Dtv t iton Noon. Richmond 
United Commercial Travellers vs. 
Upper island Atoenk Athletics. Hugh 
Boyd Oval. Richmond; 2p.m., Victoria 
Gordon Head B C.Land vs. Burnabv 
Cliff Avenue United, Lambrlck Park 
Third Dtvisian—2 p m, Victoria L* 
ketfil Meets vs. Fraser Valiev Surrey 
United Beavers. Hampton Park 
Seventh Dtviwen l a m . 

River Bobcats vs. North Shore Lvnn 
Valiev MGs. Cranberry Park. Powell 
River 


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playoffs set 

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Ice Hockey Association open 
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Schedule of weekend games 
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Soccer As&oclation: 

SATURDAY 
W AM 

Divia«ea t Dtetrtct Cup Pteveffs — 

Sact mu I; Juan de Fuca Western ste¬ 
vedores vs. Bay's United Maynards. 
Col wood School Sooke Lions vs. Pros 
peer Lake Cattles. Ed Milne High. 

SectMh 2: Evening Opts Pintos vs. 
Gordon Head Lum't Greenhouses. 
Lansdowne School. Gorge PC vs. Juan 
de Fuca Cortland Development 

SectMP 2: Gordon Head ANAF vets 
w Gorge Canadians. Malestic Park; 
Evening Opts Hurricanes vs. Juan de 
Fuca Glenwood Maats, Carnarvon 
Park 

DivisMn I LeagtM Final* — Lake Hill 
Quadra Electric vs. Duncan Health 
House. Pemberton Park; 11 A.M. — 
PrcHpect Lake United vs Cordova Bay 
United. Pemberton Park 
DivfsMa t District Cup Plavefts — 
Section 1: Juan de Fuca Rove I Road* 
vs Bay's United Greens. Colwood 
School. Prospect Lake Hustlers vs 
Gordon Head Princess Mary, Lavrltz 
Park 

Division 9 League Final — Bay's 

United Maynards vs Gorge FC. Holly 
wood Park. 11 A.M. - Lake Hill West 
Coast Heating vs. Cordova Bav Bears, 
Hollywood Park 


Mini Setter District Cup — Goroe 
Canadians vs. Cordova Bav Eagles. 
Rudd Park; Eve. Opt Tornadoes vs. 
Prospect Lake Tigers. Allenbv Park; 
Eve Opt Tigers vs. Prospect Lake 
Lakerv Allenbv Park; Cordova Bav 
Bobcats vs. Prospect Lake Bears, 
Lochside Park. 

League Plevom — Gorge FC vs. 
Lake Hill Buckle Elec., Mt. View 
School; Juan da Fuca Celtic vs. Goroe 
Bucs. Happy valley School 


By WILL GRIMSLIY 
NEW YORK (AP) — It 
starts at the small sard of an 
Idea In somebody'! head. 
Then It germinates. After a 
while, it may die on the vine 
or It may mushroom Into a 
tentacled monster. 

That's the story of most 
major sports as we know 
them—baseball, basketball, 
football, tennis, golf, soccer 
Some of them were cannibal 
Istlc, feeding off each other 
The same is true of what 
John Henry Norton, a Con- 
nectlcut lawyer and judge, 
calls the “first new sport In a 
century." 

Norton has named his In- 
venllon hooker and insists he 
conceived It to get his 14 kids, 
five of them adopted Asian 
orphans, out of his hair. 

Hooker, he says, is a com 
bination of a lot of other 
sports, blending "the dribble 
of basketball, the punch of 
volleyball, the carom of ice 
hockey and the kick of soccer 
into a non-violent sport." 

Norton is so enamored of 
his brainchild, which he says 
can be played by kids, grown- 
ups, and even paraplegics 
that he is sure it some day 
will be universally popular 


Who knows? Other sports 
have Kad a less auspicious 
beginning. 

Take golf. Who knows how 
this cow pasture game may 
have evolved? It Is reason¬ 
able to suspect that back in 
the stone age. pre-hlstoric 
men strolled lazily through 
the forest. h!(ting stones with 
tree limbs as they walked 

Later, before Christ, shep¬ 
herds watching their flocks 
amused themselves by hit- 
ting stones at holes In the 
ground with their Crooked 
sticks. 

Succeeding generations 
plucked a soft substance 
from gum trees, wrapped it 
Into a round object and began 
hitting it back and forth, first 
with the palms of their hands, 
then using crudely-shaped 
sticks. From this probably 
emerged baseball, polo, cro¬ 
quet. lacrosse and tennis 

Is it (rue. as the late sport 
scaster Rill Stem once relal 
ed, that, as President Lincoln 
lay on his death bed. he sum¬ 
moned Gen. Abner Double- 
day to his panting side and 
beseeched him: 

'•Abner, our nation has 
been divided by a horrible 
Civil War. We need some¬ 


thing to bring us together. 
Invent baseball!" 

There is nothing quite as 
dramatic or historic about 
Norton's piped ream. By his 
own admission, he didn't 
know how to keep the 14 rest¬ 
less little, monsters of his 
Fairfield. Conn., household 
fully occupied so he sat down, 
drew up plans for a primitive 
field, jotted down a few rules 
and called it hocker 

The game Is played with a 
16-Inch playground ball, In 
Ihe purest sehse on a 166-x-M 
yard field with quintuple- 
zone goaL posts. For the 
backyard or comer lot Ihe 
area can be reduced to any 
size with rockv soda cans or 
trash barrel? serving as 
goals. 

The game is largely a mix¬ 
ture of basketball, soccer and 
hockey. You can slap, carry, 
dribble, kick, punch, push or 
slap-pass Ihe ball. Yop can 
scoop it up with one hand. 
You can't tackle, block or hit 
an opponent head-on. You 
can't push with two hands 
and never above shoulder 
level or below the waist. Tbe 
idea is to get the ball through 
the goal post, over or under it 
for one to five points. 


“It’s natural," says the 
judge. "It's low-cost. Injury 
free, good exercise anjl h»." 


The only thing Is, don't ex 
peel to make a million dollars 
playing It—not yet, anyhow 



SUNDAY 
It A.M. 

Division 1A — Bov's United vs Eve 
Opt Olympics, Oak Bov Senior Higtv 
Gordon Heed Cosmos vs Lake Hill 
Totem Towing. Lemftricfc 2. 

Division IB end 1C — Gordon Heed 
Coble vs Gordon Heed Cosmos. Lam 
brick 4; Peninsula Tigers vs Gorge 
Canadians. Cordova Bav Spartans vs. 
Prospect Lake Vampires, Ldthside; 
Bait'* United vs. Henderson Eve Opt 
Raiders, Hendarson Park. 

Division 1A — Evening Opt Royals 
vs. Juan de Fuca Cosmos. Lansdowne 
Evening Opt Blues vs. Lake Hill Gil¬ 
lespie. Vic High School 

Division 1A — Evening Opt. Cobras 
vs. Gorge FC. Lansdowne 2 > 

District Cup IB — Gorge Canadians 
vs Duncan Her she v Trans. 0. Kulei 
Field. 

12:11 P.M. 

Division 2B- 2C DHtrtct Cup - Penin¬ 
sula Braves vs. Duncan Dynamos, Air¬ 
port Park; Bay s United Henderson s 
vs Duncan Domen's. Henderson Park; 
JDF Coldstream Chevron vs. Gorge 
Buccaneers, Colwood School; Gordon 
Head Shell vs Peninsula Hawks, Lam- 
brick 2. 

District Cup IB — Cordova Bav Cou 
gars vs. L.H Suburban Motors, Loch- 
side Park Exhibition. II A.M. Pros 
pact Lake Hotspurs vs. JDF Rldlev 
Bros.. Levriti. / 


Greenskeepers strike 


Cup 3C 

canters vs. Gordon Head Teamsters, 
Oak Bav High. Exhibition — JDF4.e 
oion 91 vs. Peninsula Falcons, Duns 
muir School 


VANCOUVER (($*) — 
Area golfers may find Ihe 
rough a bll rougher.and the 
fairways a little less fair in 
Ihe coming days because 
greenskeepers — the men 
who trim the grass, replace 
the divots and rake the sand 
traps — went on strike 
Wednesday at four private 
golf courses over demands 
for more money. 

Twenty-five members of 
Local 244 of the Service Em¬ 
ployees Union walked off Ihe 
job at Capilano Golf and 
Country Club. Richmond 
Country Club. Shaughness.v 
Golf and Country Club, and 
the-Vancouver Golf Club 

Four other private elubs 
using union workers have not 
been struck yet, said Bob 
Berger, manager of Local 
244, "but it may become nec¬ 


essary to expand the strike to 
the others in the future " 

Berger said the union is not 
pleased with a proposal by 
mediator Fred Geddes that 
offered a nine per-cent wage 
increase in the first year and 
a five-per cent increase in the 
second year, "and the com¬ 
panies refused to bargain any 
further, so we are taking ac¬ 
tion." 

The last contract expired in 
October, 1977. 

Buttons retained 

Ben Domoney and Eric 
Wright retained the gold but 
tons in the ongoing seniors' 
golf tournament Wednesday 
at Uplands, defeating Russeil 
Ard and Pauli Howard of 
Glen Meadows five and four 


Andrew Polloek, general 
manager of Capilano Golf - 
and Country Club said 
"We re not experiencing a 
tremendous amount oC 
(grass) growth anyway and 
we have two management 
personnel trained in the 
maintenance of the greens. 
We ll just have to neglect the 
frills, like replacing divots, 
and cutting the rough and 
raking Ihe sand traps." 

Dudley Crawford, manager 
of Ihe Vancouver Golf Club, 
said there are "750 share¬ 
holders in the club w ho are all 
entitled to work on the course 
under the Labor Code " 

"We don't want to do any¬ 
thing that will cause any 
strife, but we have to main 
lain the grounds at any cost," 
he said. 


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of Victoria defeated Nick 
Finn of Calgary 3-1 Sunday to 
win B class honors of the 
Manta $10,600 squash tourna 
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Top money went to Sharif 
Khan, North American 
champion from Toronto, who 
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Calgary's Sieve Lawton $-1 in 
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Jfhan. who was in com¬ 
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His father. Hashlm Khan, 
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championship at Malaspina 
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each _ 


Five 

years’ 

notice 


The school calendar Issued 
each spring by the eduta 
non ministry to Indicate pub 
lie school opening and clos¬ 
ing dates and holidays (or the 
following school year has 
been extended (or the first 
time to cover a five-year 
period 

The calendar shows defl 
nite dates for the 1978-79 
school year, which begins 
when pupils and teachers re¬ 
turn to school Sept. 5. and 
tentative dales for the next 
four school years - 
I'nder the new calendar, 
non instructional days, four 
of which a school board may' 
authorize each year for 
teachers' professional devel 
opment and other purposes, 
must be announced to par 
ents by Sept. IS for the first 
part of the school year, and 
by Jan. IS for the last part. 
Pupils are excused from at 
tendance on non-instructlonal 
days. 

the new calendar Incorpo¬ 
rates Good Friday and Eas¬ 
ter Monday into the spring 
... brealj each year. The break 
generally comes at the end of 
March, and in the past has 
been separated from the Fas- 
ter holidays when Easter 
t ame very late. 

fn the future, when Easter 
occurs in March, the spring 
break will be the week follow 
ing Easter. When it falls in 
April, the spring break will 
be the week preceding Eas¬ 
ter. ending on. Easter Mon 
day. 

Semestered schools may 
excuse pupils from atten¬ 
dance for one day between 
— semesters to give the staff, 
which remains on duty, time 
to handle administrative 
tasks. The last day of the 
school year Is also consi¬ 
dered an administrative day 
lor all schools, and pupils 
are not required to attend 
.The calendar shows that 
for 1978-79, school wilropen 
Sept 3 and close June 29. 
Schools will close for Christ¬ 
mas vacation on Dec. If, re¬ 
opening Jan. 3. 

In 1979; school will open 
Sept. 4, and close June 27. 
1980. Christmas holidays pill 
begin Dec. 21, and end Jan 7. 

The 1980-81 school year will 
run from Sept. 8 to June 
20. Christmas holidays will 
begin when school closes 
, Dec. 19. and end when it 
JO opens Jan. 5. 

' In 1981 82, the sc'hool yeac 
will be Sept. 8 to June 30, 
with Christmas holidays be¬ 
tween Dec. 18 and Jan. 4. 

In 1982-93 the school year 
will be Sept. 7 to June 30, 
with Christmas holidays be 
tween Dec. 20 and Jan. 3 
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The Canadian College of 
Languages, which offers a 
six-week residency language 
program in Gstaad. Switzer¬ 
land. is taking applications 
for Its sessions this summer 

The college was founded in 
1970 by Shawnigan Lake 
School teacher Joe Grey, who 
found that the students he 
took to Europe for sports and 
educational trips had difficul¬ 
ty speaking in French or Ger 
man even if they had studied 
them at school 

Chalking it up to inexperi¬ 
ence In speaking and using 
the language in everyday life. 
Grey joined forces with a 
Swiss school, Le Rosey, 
which has two campuses, in 
Geneva and Gstaad. Grey 
found that the Gstaad cam¬ 
pus is vacant during the sum¬ 
mer months and that most 
residents of the area are bi : 
lingual, speaking both 
French and German 

The college's program em 
phasizes language instruc¬ 
tion combined With activities 
in the surrounding area 
which will give students the , 
opportunity, to lest their Ian 
guage skills on native speak 
ers. and to speak (he Ian 
guage more easily. 

The last nine days oMhe 
session are spent en fam/lie. 
living with a European fami- 

Cost of the session Is 91,430. 
excluding transportation to 
Europe, but including all 
other expenses other than 
pocket money 

More information can be 
obtained from the director of 
(he college, at Shawnigan 
Lake School. Shawnigan 
Lake. B.C.. VoR 2W0. or bv 
phoning 743-5316. 


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Port Renfrew dilemmg Rattler 

‘Politicking’ stalls victim 

better health office 5? 


"A little bit of interdepart 
mental politicking" within 
the provincial government is 
delaying Capital Region 
Board efforts to have an up¬ 
dated health office In Port 
Renfrew. 

The district's health com¬ 
mittee was told Wednesday 
that B.C. Forest Products 
had donated a building to the 
district to be used as an of¬ 
fice, and there had been an 
informal agreement between 
executive dtreclor Dennis 
Young and associate deputy 
health minister and provin¬ 
cial health officer Dr. K.1.0. 
Benson that renovation costs 
of the building would be in¬ 
cluded in regular cost-shar 
ing arrangements. 

Young said the donation of 
the building by B.C. Forest 
Products was "an extreme¬ 
ly generous public gesture.** 

"We accepted it on the un¬ 
derstanding it would be up 
graded." He said the health 
office portion was to be reno¬ 
vated, and separate en¬ 
trances provided for the 
health office and the post of 
fice, which oc cupies part of 
the building. It was also de¬ 
cided to upgrade accommo¬ 
dation for the emergency 
health service ambulance, 
which at present sits in a 
carport. 

Young said the agreement- 
he had with Benson had been 
informal, and he started get¬ 
ting Worried when he had 
repeated phone calls from 
Esquimau MLA Lyle Haiti's 
office asking if the matter of 
the proposed health office 
had been resolved. 

“I kept saying 1 thought it 
had been resolved, and he 
said he kept hearing that 
there was no way anyone 
would go ahead with reno¬ 
vating the building unless the 
province owned it." 

Young decided to try to 
clarify the situation and 
wrote to Benson, expecting a 
letter confirming the previ¬ 
ous arrangement. 

Instead, he got a letter say¬ 
ing that the policy was to fund 
renovations only In buildings 
owned by B.C. Buildings Cor¬ 
poration. and asking if the 
region would transfer title to 
the building over to BCBC. 

“We may be victims of a 
little bit of interdepartmen¬ 
tal politicking,” said Yung. 

- “A man who was in Ben¬ 
son's adminstrative area is 
now an official of BCBC and 
he seems to think that the 
regional district should not 
play a prime role of taking 
any initiative in doing any¬ 
thing with respect to our field 
office, particularly if (he pro¬ 
vincial government is going 
to make a contribution. 

"Admittedly this was an 
unofflcal agreement and then 
this particular individual got 
into the act and sgid he was 
sure BCBC policy wouldn't 
permit it. When I asked what 
the policy was. he said it 
hadn't been decided at this 
point, but he was sure it 
wouldn’t permit it.” 

Young said originally it had 
been agreed that while the 


province would share in the 
cost of renovations, ft would 
also get a share of the rent 
coming in from the post office 
and the ambulance service.- 
which would cover the costs 
within about six years. 

It was decided to write to 
Benson, refusing to transfer 
title, and pointing out that if 
the regional district retained 
ownership it would retain all 
of the income from rent. 

However, he pointed out. 
the district would not be able 
to carry out improvements to 
Ihr building because money 
had not been budgeted to 
cover such costs. 


"I think." said Young, "to 
contemplate afthls stage giv¬ 
ing away this building merely 
because of what is obviously 
a jurisdictional ploy, on the 
part of the newly created 
BCBC and one of its officials 
is unthinkable. 

"As a consequence, the am 
bulancn service people will 
be highly distressed, because 
they are not happy with pres¬ 
ent conditions. 

"To find they have to pay 
rent and are denied improve 
ments because of this squab 
ble will bring pressure on the 
matter from other sources.” 


Vancouver pair 
die in Mexico 


VANCOUVER (CP) - A 
Vancouver couple found 
murdered on an abandoned 
pig farm southeast of Guada 
lajara may have been lured 
to their deaths by false prom 
ises of jobs on a cattle ranch, 
says Mexico's consul to Van¬ 
couver. 

Enrique Rivera said in an 
interview Tuesday that he 
has received an anonymous 
letter detailing events that 
led up to the deaths of Miles 
Anderson, 2», and Rose 
Sauer, 28. The couple’s badly 
decomposed bodies were 
found Jan. 12 by a farmer 
looking for strayed animals. 

Rivera said Mexican au¬ 
thorities consider the letter to 
be authentic. 

i 

The three-page document, 
believed written by a Canadi¬ 
an who was In Mexico at the 
time of tbe murder and who 
knew Anderson and Sauer, 
says that on Dec. 30, 1977, 
in Mazatlan the couple were 
offered a one-month Job as 
caretakers of a cattle ranch 
owned by Michael Gwynne, a 
36-year-old Hull, Que., man 
being sought in connection 
-with the murders. 

The letter states that 
Gwynne, who was travelling 
with a Woman he identified as 
his daughter but who looked 
more like a Mexican girl¬ 
friend. told the couple he 
needed a caretaker while he 
completed the sale of proper¬ 
ty in Los Angeles. 

"He (Gwynne) seemed a 
very nice chap, his English 
perfect, his manner proper," 
the letter says. “He was very 
interesting to talk to, telling 
us all about the cattle ranch, 
and the fact that he always 
carried a gun to use against 
rustlers.” 

The author of the letter be¬ 
came suspicious of the plan 
when Gwynne’s girlfriend 
also was found to be car¬ 
rying a handgun. 

"It didn't look good,.and on 
New Year's morning we all 


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asked the kids not to go, but 
full of adventure they went." 
the letter says. "They pro¬ 
mised to write us as soon as 
they had looked over the job. 
We wurried about not hear¬ 
ing from them, but of course 
they had no chance.” 


AUSTIN, Texas (UP!) —A 
man bitten by a SS Inch rat¬ 
tlesnake as he reached for a 
Jar of jelly tn a store is not 
entitled to collect damages 
from the store, the Teuas Su¬ 
preme Court ruled Wednes¬ 
day 

The court, upholding lower 
court decisions in the case, 
said Gibson Products Co.. 
Inc., of Del Rio had no way of 
know ing the snake w as in the 
store and had no reason to 
take precautions against 
snakes 

Gerald Overstreet of Del 
Rio had sued the store for 
medical expenses and dam 
ages for the injuries caused 
by the snakebite, which put 
him In hospital for 10 days. 

Overstreet said the snake 
did not rattle and he did not 
see It until after the bite. 
A store employee killed the 
snake with a shovel. 

Testimony showed the 
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of rattlesnakes..^loading 
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Great depths main concern 

Problems curb salvage 


By NICK COLE 
Umii Cwm Sanrici 

When the tl,#70tor trawler, the Con¬ 
queror. went aground off Britain's Cor¬ 
nish coast recently, it acted like a mag¬ 
net for local treasure-seekers, after 
salvage attempts had failed. They 
swarmed board and stripped It of valu¬ 
able fittings, including the ship's bell, 
chronometer and wheel. 

But the vessel had not been declared 
a wreck, and in police raids on local 
homes, items worth a total of C20.0OU 
were recovered 


NOT LONG AGO. ayoung Briton lost 
his self-built 32-foot yacht after aban¬ 
doning it in a gale The boat beached 
itself on the south coast and a building 
worker laid claim to it. Whether his 
claim could succeed is doubtful 

A spokesman for Britain's Receiver 
of Wrecks, said salvage could usually 
only be claimed when a wreck or a part 
of It was saved. When something is 
found on a beach and the owner is 
known, the police are normally told 
"and it is treated as lost property." 

1 With ancient wrecks, such as those of 
Greek and Roman galleons found on the 
Mediterranean seabed, the uncertain- 
ties of ownership have led to disputes 
between competing teams of divers 

[ BIT THE PROBLEMS of marine 
archeologists are minor compared to 
those of professional salvagers 
-4- Their legal difficulties are com¬ 
pounded by more immediate questions, 
like how do you safely raise a wreck 
lying 210 feet down, or recover (he 
cargo? 


Bruoo Vailati. the Italian film-maker 
and oceanographer, made altogether 21 
dives before giving up hit bid to salvage 
the Andrea Doria. the 29.000-ton luxury 
liner which sank in July. 1038, with the 
loss of SO lives. 

The ship, once the pride of Its fleet, 
now- valued for scrap at around 125 
million, lies about 43 miles off the coast 
of North America. 

'•It was an edrie sight." Vailati re¬ 
calls. "We were in thy midst of a rapid 
underwater current. Fish and plankton 
seemed to fly past us like huge snow- 
lakes in a blizzard. It was as H we were 
swimming in a dark ice-cold soup 


NOT ONLY WAN IT deathly dark 
and cold but there was the ever-present 
risk of sharks. They attacked twice, 
with near-fatal results. 

Fog. which had caused the Andrea 
Doria disaster, rendered diving impos¬ 
sible most of the time, and increased the 
hazard of being run down by other ships. 
Inside the wreck itself were many sharp 
edges to foul air and lifelines. 

But the biggest problem of all w/s 
working at a depth of 240 feet. Someone 
suggested filling the hull with ping-pong 
balls, causing it tj rise to the surface. 
Yallati's team tried It — and the balls 
collapsed under the pressure before 
they even reached the wreck. 

The only practical way to raise the 
Andrea Doria now is to use a converted 
submarine or a SeaLab. says Vailati — 
and the cost would be at least 12 million 


AT PRESENT, SeaLabs can only 
operate at depths up to about 800 feet; 
but as sea farming and exploration 


techniques progress, technology is ex¬ 
tending the capabilities. 

Pressure hulls capable of withstand¬ 
ing frightening strong water fares at 
depths where a hairline jet of water 
breaking into a conventional vessel can 
cut a man In half, are being developed 

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ONE OTHER SOLUTION is (hat 
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Man From Atlantis — and work to 
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The evolution of Homo Aquaticua. 
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grate. But one episode — that of the 
i.OOO-tun freighter KmplYe Manor, acci¬ 
dentally rammed and sunk off New 
foundland more than 30 years ago — 
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Daddy’s wine sets the nod, too 

House votes in home brew 


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WASHINGTON (I’P!) - 
Tbe tvs. Houae of Rc prv sc n 
tatlves voted to legallie 
"home brew." the beer many 
Americana have made at 
home for yeara. but only if 
the maker* register with the 
government 

The measure, which also 
would liberalize current tax 
lawa on home made wine, 
was passed by voice vote with 
little debate and sent to the 
Senate. 

"One must register with 
r the treasury department and 
that's because we've had no 
experience with beer produc¬ 
tion In the home, since suck 
production has been prohibit¬ 
ed up to this time." said New 
York Republican Represen¬ 
tative Barber Conable. with a 
smile. ' 

The Bureau of Alcohol. To¬ 
bacco and Firearms inters 
prets existing law as prohibit¬ 
ing persons- from brewing 
beer at home for private con 
sumption. 

Current law also permits a 
person qualifying as a head uf 
a family to produce up to 200 
gallons of wine a year w ithout 
paying a tax. but single per 


PM says 
Panama 
pact boon 

OTTAWA (CP) - Picking 
his words with care. Prime 
Minister Trudeau says his 
government believes an early 
conclusion to an agreement 
between the L.S.and Panama 
on the Panama Canal would 
help bring greater stability to 
the Western Hemisphere. 

Trudeau told Conservative 
Heath Macquarrie in the 
Commons that no political 
.party in Canada would want 
lo intervene In a debate now 
before the U.S. Senate on the 
proposed agreement in which 
' Panama would control the 
canal but guarantee its at 
cess and neutrality. 

But he also noted that Can 
ada had signed the Declara 
lion of Washington last Sep¬ 
tember which recognized the 
importance of continued ac¬ 
cessibility and neutrality of 
the canal. . 

"The government certainly 
joins with the views ex¬ 
pressed by the opposition that 
this treaty is conducive to 
bringing greater stability to 
the Western Hemisphere." 
concluded the prime minis¬ 
ter ' 


sons cannot do so 
Iha-blUwould pa ran it 
homes with two or more indi¬ 
viduals over age It, whether 
married or not. to produce up 
to 200 gallons of w ine or beer 
tax-free a year for family 
use. 


If there is only one person 
w ho qualifies, the limit would 
be TOO gallon* of wine or beer 
a year 

The measure, in addition to 
requiring home brewers to 
register with the govern¬ 
ment. provides that a qualify¬ 


ing person cannot keep more 
than 30 gallons of beer on 

nttd'lt iny one omr - 

"This is for people who 
want to woduce their own 
beverage at home without re¬ 
lying on the beer barons," 
said Conpble ’ 


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Water line cost 


about 


The total 20-year cost for 
the Saanich Peninsula's per 
manent water line, expected 
to be operating by the end of 
this year, will be about S8 
million. 

The Saanich Peninsula 
Water Commission unani¬ 
mously approved a proposed 
bylaw Wednesday to estab¬ 
lish a development .cost 
charge of about M M for each 
I 000 gallons of anticipated 
annual water usage, based 


Police bids 
by women 
up sharply 

Men wanting to Join the 
city-police force mill out 
number women, but re¬ 
sponse to the Victoria po¬ 
lice board’s latest calf for 
recruits has been en 
rouragihg 

The police board was 
told Wednesday that 99 
men and 87 women had 
picked up application 
forms. So far. 4a men had 
applied, and 22 women 
Written examinations 
and interviews are in 
progress to hire six new 
recruits 

When the board adver¬ 
tised recently for male 
and female recruits, only 
one woman replied. 

The better response 
this lime is attributed to 
the extensive news eou- 
verage which accompan 
led the search for female 
police recruits. 


on a total capital cost over 
years of about 99 million. 

The commission It com 
posed of municipal and citi¬ 
zen representatives from Sid¬ 
ney. Central Saanich and 
North Saanich. 

The proposed development 
cost charge bylaw "has re¬ 
ceived preliminary clearance 
from municipal affairs,” 
Capital Region treasurer Ken 
Ball told the commission 
meeting In the region's Yates 
Street boardroom 

Ball said the region board 
would probably accept next 
week ®e commission's Jtp 
proval of the proposed bylaw 
and send it on to the muni 
clpai affairs ministry for 
final approval. 

The proposed bylaw, one of 
The first of its kind under new 
legislation in B.C., would 
allow regions or municipal¬ 
ities to levy development cost 
charges under the Municipal 
Act. In the past, municipal¬ 
ities tried to obtain revenue 
from development by means 
of land-use contracts. 

In other business, Sidney 
aldermanlc representatives 
James Lang amt Jerry Tre- 
gaskis argued at length with 
region engineers Norman 
Howard and Michael Wil¬ 
liams to guarantee 800.000 
gallons a day of water In 
Sidney for proposed develop 
menls In the municipality. 

The 800.000 gallon figure is 
an increase of about 20 per 
cent over last year. 

Lang said Sidney wanted 
the guarantee so the munici¬ 
pality could proceed with de¬ 
velopments. 

Williams said. “We d be 
foolish to commit <00,000 ... 
our problem Is, if we have a 


big demand on a certain day, 
and we’ve promised you 800 , 
000, we wouldn’t be able to 
meet It. It would be unwise.” 

Howard said, “The new 
piprllne won't be in operation 
until the peak period Is over 
this year. Our encourage¬ 
ment is that we’ve rested the 
wells this winter. There’s a 
shortage for everybody. 
You'll just have to put out 
normal rationing and tell 
people to take care ” 

Tregaskis replied that 
"we're asking for an addi¬ 
tional 100.000. I don't really 
understand the problem. I 
really don't " 

Commission chairman Joe 
Taylor, a dairy farmer from 
Central Saanich, told com¬ 
mission members that "the 
only thing we can guaran¬ 
tee" is a permanent water- 
line to the peninsula. 

Central Saanich Aid. Dave 
Hill said. “I think what wc 
should be concerned with Is 
getting the big pipeline out 
there. I don't think we should 
be guaranteeing any amount 
of water and we should be 
making the recommendation 
that municipalities be mak 
ing no kind of building until 
Ihe pipeline is in." 


Showing the flag 


City of Victoria flag was presented 
to Napier, N.Z., during recent visit 
there by Second Canadian Destroy¬ 
er Squaflron. Capt. S.W. Riddell, 
right, made presentation in Mayor 


Clyde Jeffery on behalf of Victoria 
Mayor Mic hael Young. HMCS Res 
ligouche, Kootenay and Provider 
visited New Zealand during exer¬ 
cise in South Pacific. 


A 2 *-vcar-old Inmate at William Head prison who was 
to be released on mandatory supervision Wednesday was 
given two consecutive one-month sentences after pleading 
guilty to escaping lawful custody and possession of stolen 
property. 

Brian Douglas Jones entered the pleas and crown 
counsel Nicholas Lang told the court Jones was serving a 
five-year term for robbery when he was spotted Jan. 18 
running with a woman's purse along a road In Colwood. 
RCMP arrested him, but he escaped from an Interview room 
at Colwood detachment and was caught about four hours 
later , 

Defence lawyer Barry Mah Ming, who told Ostler thal 
Jones was supposed to be released Wednesday, said 
Jones’ parole was revoked last September because he 
came to B.C. to look for work while under an order to stay 
within the jurisdiction of Edmonton 

Ostler said he would take that Into consideration before 
handing out the consecutive sentences , 

• 

A 17 year-old who told Victoria city police he always 
wore two pairs of pants was given a suspended sentence, 
six months' probation and 40 hours of community service 
work. 

After Russell Alan Court. 2822 Coiquitz. entered Ihe 
pleas. Lang told the court the teenager was checked on the 
afternoon of Feb. 28 by police, who noted Court was 
wearing a pair of blue jeans under a pair of corduroy 
pants. The jeans had a $21 Eaton's price tag still attached 
• 

Fined for drinking-driving were: Gordon Hugh Roberts. 
2980 Sooke River Road. MM: Gary Bruce Hill. 32. of 5838 
Blythwood, $450; Robert John Toms. 25, also of 5838 
Rlythwood, MM; and Brian James Blackslock. 35, of 5M 
Windthrop. $400. 


B.C. WOULDN’T USE 2,4-D IF SAFETY IN DOUBT 


Environment Minister Jim Nielsen said 
Wednesday the provincial government 
wouldn't be using 2.4-D to control Eurasian 
milfoil if it didn't consider the herbicide 
to be safe • 

He made the v^talenienl In response to a 


motion adopted Tuesday by Kelowna city 
council calling for an unconditional state¬ 
ment from Nielsen on the safety of the chemi¬ 
cal. 

The gfivernment announced earlier this 
week thatit intended to step up its use of 2, t-D 
this summer as part of Iks campaign lo 


control the spread of milfoil in the Okanagan 
Lake system. 

"Yes. 1 believe thal 2,4-D as used in our 
proposed program is safe, otherwise we 
wouldn't be considering It,” Nielsen said. 

Meanwhile, a spokesman for Ihe ministry- 
said that if Kelowna felt the chemical 


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fight milfoil on its own. 

The spokesman noted that Premier Ben 
nett's home was in Kelowna and that the 
premier wouldn't allow Ihe use of 2.4-D 
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Pothole push 


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Greater Victoria school 
trustees almost voted to 
spend 18.5 million In capital 
funds Tuesday night, but the 
education ministry-opon- 
sored exercise made so little 
sense they abandoned the ef¬ 
fort until another time 
The meeting, to approve 
the 1978-70 capital spending 
program, broke up in help 
less laughter at times. 

As proposed by the school 
district administration, the 
capital spending program 
would be for S8.5 million 
Confusing the picture was 
an education ministry system 
of priorities or categories. 

First priority on the min¬ 
istry scale are projects "es¬ 
sential to accommodate pro 
grams which must be init¬ 
iated or continued and for 
which there is no alternative 
available." Second priority 
are similar projects where 
alternatives are available, al¬ 


though not ideal, while 
ptBjects de s ir a ble but not 
central to education are 
third, those outmoded and In 
need of cosmetic change are 
fourth, and those not directly- 
related or essential to in 
siruction are fifth. 

The district's own priori 
ties put some projects listed 
as first priority by the min¬ 
istry below others listed as 
second, Ihjrd. fourth or fifth 

Secre(try-treasurer Carl 
Warner said the ministry hsd 
decided intruder and fire 
alarms were first priority, 
while the chuol district tell 
other items ranked higher 

School board chairman 
Susan Brice said the ministry 
demand for a capital budget 
at this time was a "frustr.it 
ing experience" since the dis¬ 
trict was in the middle of a 
major facilities review. 

The board was going 
through the exercise only be 


cause the ministry' requested 
it. end would pel around Ui 
deciding Its “real" capital 
program later, she suggest . 
ed. 

A motion to approve the 
capital budget was amended 
to add a proviso that all 
projects were still subject to 
the facilities review now 
under way In the district, but 
trustees killed the motioq by 
adjourning the meeting. 

For what It is worth, here 
are the district's top build¬ 
ing priorities, as listed in the 
preliminary capital budget 

• Victor Street Elemen 
tary: 1245,330 for expansion 
to accommodate an addition¬ 
al 20 handicapped students. 

• Doncaster Elementary 
$110,681 for expansion of au 
tistic program, fire upgrad 
ing. boiler replacement, in- 
struder alarms' ' 

• Colquitt Junior $240,895 
for band room, renovations to 


library and administration 
area, intruder alarm 

• Norihridge Elementary 
$012,835 Ur expansion, i 

• Victoria West Clemen 
tary: 4133.400 for upgrading, 
fire improvements 

• Moving portables tn the 

district: $35,900. $ 

• Frank HobB Elemen 
tary: $79,580 foWmodiftca- 
Ijons for handicapped stu¬ 


dents. other upgrading and 
intruder algrm 


High: $1,593,150 
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Victoria Theatre Guild shows ©fye Bail® Colonist* 
mbtch success with challenge 


Section Three 


Thuf»d*y, March 16. 1978 


Page 33 


By JIM GIBSON 



Unless your next door 
neighbor it the »Ur of the 
shoe, dropping around to 
Langham Court has always 
been a slightly risky venture 
But to date this season, a lot 
of the trepidation has disap¬ 
peared after four productions 
which if nothing els* verged 
on the promising 

Perhaps now it as good a 
time as any to give a bravo ta 
the Victoria Theatre Guild 
which consistently, at least 
on paper, puts u*tether one of 
the more interesting seasons 
in the city. 

The latest production. Arth 
nr Miller's The price, is per¬ 
haps the least successful but 
at the -same K 
challenging thin, 
the guild. Mill 
his themes aril 
relationships 
ers, success 
how individual 
now by reworkl 

In this play. tNBMettlng Is 
the upper reaches of a New 
York brownstone where two 
brothers, one a cop. the other 
a doctor, meet *fter many 
years to dispose-thc family 
lunque Playing off them is 
the policeman's wife and a 
rather philosophical second 
hand furniture dealer 

The revelations are slowly 
w orked out but Inthls produr 
lions they, never ring true, 
probably v>w ing more to some 
overshadowed performances 
than anything director Adrian 
Jarvis missed. Still. Jarvis 
deserves some sort of medal 
for getting two almost re¬ 
strained performances from 
Robert Price and Jach-Droy 
who in other productions have 
tended to fidget and distract 
from their roles. 

As the furniture dealer. 
Drov is quite superb, keep 
ing an endearing character 
well in check to avoid the 
caricature of the jolly old 
Jew . And if his final solo ap 
pearance on stage—unable in 
control his laughter—seems 
baffling. It's simply because 
the last scene between the 
brothers never comes oft 

> From Price's startling 
quiet entrance as Walter, he 
holds his place an the stage 
With the mystery of someone 
with a story to tell eventually. 
Rut so much of what his char 
acter is about depends on 
playing off his brother But 
nothing can be achieved tr 
Victor Somoiia hides behind 
histrionics. Perhaps for this 
scry reason. MOmc-a Jarvis 
as ihe wife has a relatively 
hard time of it 

Helen Jarvis' set was in- 




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William Head inmate works on The Beggar's Opera .set 



deed remarkable when you 
consider she got the effect of 
an attic with all Its clutter of 
heavy furniture and still pro¬ 
vided enough playing space 
on the confined stage of 
Langham Court. The produc¬ 
tion closes Saturday 


CONCERTS.. Community 
actors Anthony Jenkins and 
Sylvia Hatchman give read¬ 
ings at today's lunchbag per- 
formanc* at the McPherson 
The Arion Male choir which 
Incidentally Is one of the coun 
try'i oldest men's choir* is In 
concert Friday night at St 
Andrew's Kirk hall. The choir 
is offering an eclectic pro 
gram ranging from Broad 
way tunes to spirituals. 

Also Friday night at Craig- 
jrroch, The Trio Victoria is 
in concert with a program 
leaturing Mozart Schubert 
and Beethoven. 




companytng the exhibit con¬ 
fesses ‘it Is a project that can 
not easily be classified for It 
examines and touches upon 
many concerns: these being 
physical, visual, empirical, 
sensory and conceptual In na 
lure.” Now if that doesn't 
have you completely confused 
apparently whatever The 
Travelling Mint Exposition is 
was bom in "the late spring of 
1*77 on the outwash plain of 
the Clarkfork river in north 
western Mob tana." 

If that all sounds too far out 
for you. Ina Norris has an 
exhibition of paintings Pri- 
dav and Saturday at the CN1B 
Hall 


BEYOND THE 
FRINGE . , . When John 


Heath took his Bastion tour 
ing company to William Head 
earlier in the year he cam* 
back with an offer from the 
inmates to build sets for local 
productions. The first to take 
up the offer is the Vanlsle 
Opera which now has. accord¬ 
ing to manager Kate Palmer, 
the best built sets yet thanks 
to the Inmates. Among the 
sets required for the The Beg 
gar's Opera is one Tor a pris¬ 
on, which struck some as an 
ironical twist . . . Miss 
Palmer is a busy woman these 
days. Besides overseeing the 
production of the opera, she's 
assisting director Meath and 
playing one of the trol 
lops . . . Old news but still 
good news is the Lansdowne 
Junior High Vocal Jazz En¬ 
semble’s win as outstanding 
junior secondary choir at last 
month's B.C. Vocal Jazz Fes¬ 
tival. in North Vancou¬ 
ver. ... Smiling face* at the 
Bastion as the theatre’s sub¬ 
scription renewals for next 
season apparently itpw past 
the *00 mark ... The Mum¬ 
mer*,'a theatre troupe front'' 
Newfoundland which some 


ON THE W ALLS .. . Open 
Space has something tailed 
The Travelling Mint Exposi¬ 
tion through the end of the 
month. And it is reassuring to 
know the press release ac- 


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Commitment j 
ends hit play } 
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Amalfi weaves a soft spell J 
of comfort ♦ 


TORONTO (CP) — A pro 
duction of The Diary of Anne 
Frank starring Eli Wallach. 
his wife, Anne Jackson, and 
their daughter. Roberta Wal- 
lath. Is drawing standing 
ovations from high school 
and adult audiences. 

Also starring Canadian ac¬ 
tress Kate Reid, the produc¬ 
tion seems set to play to ca¬ 
pacity audiences for a year 
But that w on t be possible 

It s being presented at 
Young People's Theatre in its 
versatile new home, a con¬ 
verted electric terminal, and 
is set to run only until Satur¬ 
day. Templing bid" to move 
the production ti New York 
or Los Angeles will also have 
to be rejected because the 
stars—have other commit¬ 
ments 


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might remember from a brief 
stint at The Belfry a few 
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latest show They Club Seal* 
Don't They? At some point* in 
the show, which generally 
looks at the hunt from the 
sealers' side, people hive 
started shouting abuse at tb* 
actors. The show, on a cross¬ 
country tour, opens March 2* 
at The Belfry and manager 
Lindy Buchanan hopes that a 
discussion period following 
Ihe show will keep the heck¬ 
lers in check. But surely 
they're part of the theatrical 
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34 DAILY COLONIST. Victoria. B.C., Thur* . March Hi. l»78 






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TORONTO (CP) — "That’s 
a duck.” said flva-year-old 
Robert Flortni, pointing to a 
picture. 

"And what kind of sound 
does a duck make?” asked 
Barbra Warren, hit teacher. 

“Quack-quack.” came the 
enthusiastic response. s 
Such an exchange might 
not seem out of the ordi¬ 
nary for a kindergarten class. 

But at Clalrlea elementary 
school in the Metropolitan 
Toronto borough of Scar¬ 
borough. It prompted a round 
of satisfied smiles. 

Robert is one of 63 chil¬ 
dren with a hearing problem 
attending the school of 416 
students 

The world of sound and 
oral communication it gradu¬ 
ally being opened to them 
with the assistance of so¬ 
phisticated, high-powered 
heating aids and specially- 
trained teachers devoted to 
the job of improving the chil¬ 
drens’ language skills. 

Special classes for deaf 
children were initiated at the 
school In 1876, representing 
one of the Metropolitan To¬ 
ronto board of education’s 
first moves toward integra¬ 
tion of the children into the 
regular school system. 

Joan La Violetta, whose two 
sons take part in the pro¬ 
gram. has nothing but praise 
for the teachers and their 
teaching methods. 

“I didn't think lywas pos 
sible that I would hear them 
talk,” said Mrs. Laviolette 
in a telephone Interview. 

Andre. 7. and Rene. I. have 
been at Clairlea since they 
were three years old. 

Rene, profoundly deaf. 1s 
one of five children with im¬ 
paired hearing who has been 
integrated with a Grade 3 
class of hearing students. 

Mrs. Laviolette is delighted 
with the results and said: 
"Rene’s speech has really 
come a long way. They hear 



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more normal speech when 
they are with hearing chil¬ 
dren." 

She alao said Rene goes 
to a hearing student’s home 
for lunch every day, which 
has helped him to overcome 
some of his shyness. 

Mrs. Laviolette said she 
hopes U> move Rene to one 
of the public schools in his 
own neighborhood next year. 

Ken MacKenzie, Clairlea’a 
principal, said in an inter¬ 
view that about one-third of 
the children taking part in 
the program make the tran¬ 
sition to their own neighbor 
hood schools. 

Once the children have 
moved Into the regular sys¬ 
tem, a teacher,'skilled in 
working with the deaf, visits 



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areas where they are hav¬ 
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Mary Buckley, who works 
individually with Clairlea’s 
deaf students, said the sup¬ 
ports Integration If the child 
has developed the language 
skills needed to cope with 
the change. 

“They have to be confi¬ 
dent with their peer group. " 
she said. ’'If you haven’t the 
communication skills neces¬ 
sary for socializing, the tran 
sition cannot be made." 

Arnold Middleton, whose 
13-year-old daughter attends 
Clairlea, said mixing hearing 
and non-hearing students in 
the same school offers the 
deaf children a mors nor 
- mal life. 

His daughter. Leanne. at¬ 
tends special classes for most 
of the subjects but Joins bear 
ing students for physical edu 
cation programs and extra 
curricular activities. 

She now has no trouble 
making friends with hearing 
students at Clairlea and the 
young people in her own 
neighborhood. Middleton 
said. 



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recently and has been hospi¬ 
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all want la see him, and he 
loves It. His doctor hat cut 
down on visitors because he 
doesn't like some of his ECG 
readings. Can the visits help 
Mmt I think It retenee him. — 
Mrs. D. 

Relaxation Is Important In 
the early days of recovery, so 
the question It whether these 
visits actually help In that. If 
your husband Is tike others, 
the chances are the visits 
may cause some tension and 
be counterproductive. 

Even family visits can be 
disruptive. An article in Mod¬ 
em Medicine capsulizes a 
study made by Agnes J. 
Brown, RN. 

She concludes that such 
visits can be stressful be¬ 
cause of anticipation of who 
is coming or who isn't com¬ 
ing, when, and so on. Another 
factor is the disturbance of 
bed patients nearby. Also the 
waiting period can be an 
emotional drain on family 
members and this can rub off 
on the patient. 

The nub of the Brown study 
was the tabulation if blood 
pressure and the heart rates 
of 54 coronary care patients. 
They showed a definite In¬ 
crease during and after fami¬ 
ly visits. 

I'm not saying all family- 
visits should be eliminated, 
only that they be scheduled 
for times when they will 
cause the least disturbance. 
Your physician should decide 
this. In fact, he may not have 
too much to say about the 
matter. Most coronary units 
allow only one or two mem 
bers of the family at a time, 
and noh-family visitors are 
usually restricted until the 
patient is out of the unit. 
Even then, only one or two 
persons are allowed at a time 
for a brief period. 



Beating 
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Parents Angelo and Marie 
De La Rosa play with their 
four-month-old son Mi¬ 
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Manhattan apartment. 
The couple, both of whom 
live a wheelchair life, re¬ 
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The Gordon United Church 
Social Club is sponsoring a St. 
Patrick's dance in the church 
hall at 935 Coldstream Ave¬ 
nue. Langford, from 9 p.m. to 
midnight Friday. Music by 
Checkmates. Admission 
charge (2. Everyone wel¬ 
come. 

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SONS OF SCOTLAND 
The monthly meeting ol the 
Sons of Scotland. Balgownie 
camp No. 204, will be held at 8 
p.m. Friday at Norway 
House, 1110 Hillside. Pros- 
pective members are asked 
to phone 592-6009 
□ 

SPEAKER 

Rev. Hugh Hunter of First- 
United Church, Quadra 
Street, will be the guest 
speaker at the next luncheon 
meeting of the Royal Com¬ 
monwealth Society'at noon 
Friday in St. John's Church 
hail. Quadra and Balmoral 
He will speak on Ireland 
Today. Visitors welcome. 

□ 

FASHION SHOW 
Christ ChurchjCathedral 
Anglican Church Women will 
hold a fashion show and tea in 
the Memorial hall. 912 Van¬ 
couver Street, at 2 p.m. Sat¬ 
urday-. The fashions will be 
by Miss Frith Millinery and 
Fashions Ltd. Tickets at 32 


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A St. Patrick's Day tea will 
be given by the Pas a-Pas 
group of First United Church 
from 2 to 4 p m. Saturday in 
the Fellowship hall of First 
United. 932 Balmoral. 

□, 

SALE 

The National Secretaries 
Association (Victoria chap¬ 
ter) is holding a rummage 
and bake sale from 10 a.m. to 

I p.m. Saturday at the Oak 
Bay United Church hall. 

□. 

DINNER AND DANCE 

Sons of Norway will hold a 
dinner and dance at Norway 
House at 6:30 p.m. Saturday. 
Members and friends wel¬ 
come. For reservations 
phone 479-4964 or 479-7471. 

□ 

BAKE SALE 

The United Nations Medita¬ 
tion Group is hiolding a bake 
sale in aid of UNICEF from 
10 a m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at 
the Shop-Easy store at 
Hampshire and Oak Bay Ave¬ 
nue. 

□ 

RUMMAGE SALE 

A rummage sale with pro¬ 
ceeds going to animal wel¬ 
fare work will be held from It 
a.m. to 2 p.m Saturday in 
Fairfield United Church hall. 
1303 Fairfield Road. There 
will be antiques, homemade 
apple pies, books, used cloth¬ 
ing and household goods, and 
coffee and doughnuts will be 
available. 

O 

TEA 

Thunderbird District Local 
Association will hold a tea in 
support of Girl Guides and 
Brownies in the district, from 

II a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at 
the Salvation Army citadel. 
757.Pandora. There will be a 
bake table and stalls. Tea 
tickets 75 cents each. 

□ 

SKATEBOARDING 

The Royal Oak Boys' and 
Girls' Club will hold a skate¬ 
board safety and technique 
demonstration at 2 p.m Sat¬ 
urday at the Royal Oak shop¬ 
ping centre. The deinonstra 
lion, which is free of charge, 
will be performed by The 
Perfect Waves, a competitive 
skateboarding team from the 
Victoria area. 


RUMMAGE SALE 
A rummage sale will be 
held from 10 a m. to noon 
Saturday at Garden City 
United Church. Carey Road 
and Norwood. Refreshments. 


RUMMAGE SALE 
A rummage sale will be 
held from 9:30 a.m, to 12:30 
p.m Saturday at St. Martin 
in the Fields Church hall, 
Obed Street. There will be 
clothing, baking, candy and 
white elephants for sale. 

□ 

FROLIC 

The Rdyal Scottish Country- 
Dance Society (Victoria 
branch) jgiJLbe holding its 
1 ninth Leprechaun’s Frolic, 
workshop and dance. Satur¬ 
day and Sundayjji St. 
George's Church hall and the 
Garth Homer hall, with guest 
instructors from Seattle, 
Texas and Alberta. For more 
information phone Pat Jack- 
son at 598-8370 or Gerry Durtft 
at 598-6547. 


N. 


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A free concert of Slavonic 
classical music will be held 
at 7:30 p m. Sunday in room 
144. MacLaurin-building. Uni¬ 
versity of Victoria. Borscht 
will be served later. 



DAILY COLONIST. Victoria. B.C., Thurs , March 16. 19<8 35 


ann landers 


Dear An Leaders: My hus¬ 
band is • geologist for a 
major dll company. Recently 
be had to take a young 
woman geologist out to an oil 
well to trail her. They were 
together constantly for three 
weeks, travelled thousands 
of miles alone in the car. ate 
all their meals together, even 
slept out on the rig. 

I'm not worried about the 
physical attraction, because 
most women geologists are 
so ugly they could go lion- 
hunting with a switch. I do 
resent the proximity between 
the two of them for that 
length of time and have told 
him so. He swears everthing 
is strictly business. 

Why should women who 
choose to stay home and be 
wives and mothers have to 
put up with such stuff just so 
these liberated women can 
prove themselves in a man's 
field? 

What about the oil com¬ 
panies? They profess t# care 
about the welfare of their 
employees. Why not their em¬ 
ployees' wives?I wonder how 
other wives feel about these 
situations and how they deal 
with their anxieties.—Geolo¬ 
gist's Wife. 

Dear Wife: For a woman 

who is "not worried” you 
sound pretty upset. Cool It. 
dear. If your husband’s Job 
consists of training new crew 
members, you'd better ac¬ 
cept the fact that some of 
those crew members are fe¬ 
male. What you describe is 
the result of women's insis¬ 
tence that there be no dis¬ 
crimination on the basis of 
sex. So, we have to take the 
bitter with the sweet. 

P S. Before I get clobbered 
by a few thousand lady geolo¬ 
gists. I want to go on record 
as disassotiating myself 
from that continent about 
their looks. Please don't put 
the wife's words in my 
mouth. 1 make enough gaffes 
on my own. 






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36 DAILY COLONIST. Victoria. B.C .'Thum . March l«. l»7* 


Class makes comeback in Canadian fashion 


MONTREAL (CPfc-WWi» 
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ready-to-wear designers, the 
stylish lady Is about to make 
-a strong comeback. 

Elegant, mysterious and 
superbly confident of her 
fashion sense, her long-await¬ 
ed return to the runways jus 


enthusiastically applauded 
by the standing-room only 
crowds who turned out here 
this week for the Fashion De¬ 
signers Association of Canada 
fall and winter trend show 
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labels gnd II associates who 
are noted designers, but with 
out a label of their own 
Executive director Mary 
Stephenson said the show 
clearly proved Canadian de¬ 
signers “have Hi* stuff that 
fashion trends are made of." 

In the audience were some 
of the American and Europe¬ 
an buyers and fashion writers 
in town for the continent's 
first-ever International 
ready-to-wear fashion salon 
being staged at the Olympic 
Velodrome 

The two fashion events are 
being staged Independent of 
each other, however some 
Canadian designers are show 
ing at the Velodrome 
‘We’ve started putting our 
makeup on with Crazy Glue, 
quipped a sleep-starved Mon 
ireal model between shows 
Like their European count 
erparts. Canadian designers 
are favoring soft lines for fall 
and winter but their fashion 
message Is often less casual 
and mure classically elegant 
Fabrics include fine suedes, 
soft wools, raw silks and light 
weight tweeds for daywear. 
usually worked in such neu¬ 
tral colors as white, beige, 
brown, gray and black The 
une or two-piece flowing Jer¬ 
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turn to the classics was Mon 
trc.l designer Michel Hubi 
chaud's three-piece wailing 
suit In brown-nnd- whit, her 
ringbone. It consisted of a 
blater. straight aklrt and 
three-quarter length topcoat 
with a chocolate-brown fur 
collar. A chocolate velvet 
bow-tie and felt bowler com¬ 
pleted the elegant ensemble 
which never looked In the 
least bit mannish. 

Hobichtud's collection was 
followed by Torontonian Pal 
McDonagh’s soft wool-jersey 
dresses In brilliant road-algn 
yellow lopped with matching 
wool caps. 

Simon Chang's winter line 
was the softly-layered look in 
raw. slubby silk ranging from 
the oatmeal shades to pure 
while. 

Leo Chevalier favored 
camel-colored ultrasuede and 
gray and white striped wool¬ 
lens for his easy separates 
His soft silk shirts featured 
tiny collars and ribbon string- 
lies often topped by blouson 
alpaca vests. 

The champagne and toffee 
shades also showed up In 
Hugh Garber's floor-length 


jersey e\ euteg dresses, some 

with fin# khniiMur |n flikAr 

” ■ sTi iiisw witvwfwO■ tte f ItrvT 

pleats cinched at the waist 
with the narrowest of gold 
belts. 

While Gerber favored a co¬ 
vered-up look for tvening 
wear. Vaneouver'e Chris 
lopher Ryan wowed the audi- 


enc. with a halter-top gown 
la dinging peach Jersey, slit 
to show a fetching length of 
leg. A giant fabric roee pulled 
the material together at the 
back. Just below the shoul 
der blades and a matching 
Jersey shawl added a touch of 
reatraint. 


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B.C. team reserve champs 


DAILY COLONIST. Victoria, B.C.. Thurx.. March IS, 1978 37 


By MARILYN McCALL 

British Columbians cm be 
vary proud of the perfor¬ 
mance of six young riders 
and their horses who weiil to 
Toronto this past weekend to 
compete In a Canadian Youth 
(Quarter Horse Team Tourna¬ 
ment. 

Although the annual youth 
team tournament Is in Its 
third year, this is the first 
year that British Columbia 
has sent a team, and Lisa 
Stevenson, Victoria: Kirk 
Walton. Port Albernl; Gay- 
lehe Sawchuk. Prince 
George: Wendy Magrath. 
Delta: Leslie Fordham. Sur¬ 
rey. and Gregg Gumm. Fort 
Fraser, finished in second 
place taking the reserve Ca¬ 
nadian championship. 

Teams of six or seven 
riders from British Colum¬ 
bia. Alberta. Saskatchewan. 
Manitoba. Ontario. New 
Brunswick, and the Mari 
times competed in It youth 
team events. The tournament 
sets held in conjunction with 
Quarterama. a show billed as 
Canada's largest horse shots 
and North America's second 
largest Quarter Horse Show, 
which attracted more than 
1.100 horses. 

F.ach team was allowed 
two members per class, and 
in two of the tournament 
events. B.C. members fin¬ 
ished First and second. 

In trail. Wendy Magrath on 
Harlan Hobo was first, and 
Kirk Walton riding Unity's 
Vic was second: Wendy and 
Harlan Hobo were also first 
in the horsemanship class, 
with Leslie Fordham and 
Teeo Bars taking second 

Second in the bridle path 
hack hunt seat class went to 
Wendy Magrath and Harlan 
Hobo, and fifth went to Gay- 
ivne Sawchuk on Jay Bee 
liggs. Leslie Fordham and 
Teco Bars were fourth in 
Western pleasure, and fifth in 
Western riding. Lisa Steven 
son and Goldeck One placed 
rifth in showmanship. 

Smoky Goldeck. the horse 
lhat Lisa Stevenson had 
shown to w in top British Co¬ 
lumbia Youth, unfortunately 
came up lame just before the 
team tournament. She took 
her younger horse. Goldeck 
One. and still made a valu¬ 
able contribution to the team. 

Each of the teams decorat 
rd their own stall areas. Brit 
ish Columbia's stalls were 
easily identified by the dog 
wood flowers, fish nets and 
floats. Captain Cook bicen 
lennial flags and provincial 
flags. 

Probably the most emo¬ 
tionally stirring events of the 
tournament were the intro¬ 
duction of the team mem 
bers. parading of the flags, 
and the awards presenta¬ 
tions. * 

At the team introductions 
and awards presentations. 


Canadian youth team tourney 

Horse Happenings 


two British Columbiana — 
Gaylene Sawchuk and Gregg 
Gumm — led all of the teams 
into the arena carrying the 
Canadian and the American 
flags. 

The teams followed, each 
team carrying Its provincial 
flag, and all riders dressed in 
their matching team outfits 

The team members also 
entered some open classes at 
Quarterama. where they 
again made an excellent 
showing. Leslie Fordham fin¬ 
ished up as reserve Canadian 
high point youth. Leslie and 
Teco Bars placed second in 
Western riding, a class of 37 
entries. In senior trail, an 
open class of 19 riders. 
Wendy Magrath and Harlan 
Hobo were second. Gaylene 
Sawchuk and Jay Bee Jiggs 
were seventh, and Kirk Wal 
ton and Tinky's Vic were 
eighth. Caylene Sawchuk 
was also fifth out of 33 in 
youth bridle path hack (13 
and under), and Wendy Mi 
grath was 10th out of 83 en¬ 
tries In youth bridle path 
hack (14 to 18). 

Lisa Stevenson and Gol¬ 
deck One were eighth out of 
46 in open English equitation. 
Wendy Magrath placed se¬ 
venth in youth horsemanship 
114-18) out of 80 entries, and 
Kirk Walton placed fifth in 
youth horsemanship (13 and 
under), a class of 44. Gay- 
lene's young sister. Tanya 
Sawchuk. rode Jay Bee Jiggs 
to fifth in the walk and jog 
class fll and under). 


Sherwood Creek Farm held 
Its first schooling show of 
ihe year, judged jointly by 
Harriette Gordon and Sheila 
Skene. Names of the riders 
and their horses who won 
classes are available, but the 


Advertising 

helps 

good things 
happen. 

C MODUS UVEtmiK liman Must 


particular classes won are 
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Alex Bentley, a rider from 
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classes. Vicky Stubbs and 
Tidbits were aggregate win¬ 
ners. winning four classes. 
Riding Periwinkle. Sally 
Yonge won two classes. Tri- 
cia Cotton and Copper Coin 
were first in two classes, as 
were Nancy McMinn and 
Brassy Devil. Other winners 
include Karen Roughier on 
Cambridge Blue, Andrea Hy- 
clek on Panic Field, Kerri 
Dayton on Sham, and April 
Irvine on Skip's Irish Dee 

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show (479-6843). 

March 27: Sdoke Saddle 
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DAILY COLONIST. Victoria. B.C., Tbun.. Match 1C, ;3t« 


386-2121 

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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING 

Vancouver I gland's Largest Shopping Centre in Print 


386-2121 

M«a4ar kn|k Fri4»jr I a.a. MI p.a. 
Satar4ay I a.a. la >:» y.a. 


CLASSIFIED 

ADVERTISING 

RATES 

M rata* ft*** ar* tec teear- 
t'sa to eeth m$ Deity Cstenlsf Mto 
Victoria Tim**. 

Sin*i* Paper rates avalisb'e an 


CLASSIFICATION VOU — •ora fa Steven an* Der- - m - u ^ Ln 

Thank. lo. pr W. tiacklt M SLrSST «#■ 




INDEX 

VITAL STATISTICS 

1 firth* 

I Cards *f Thank* 


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It ward minimum 
1 or 3 dav* 

Uc par word par dav 
3 to 5 consecutive dav* 
lie tar word oar dav 
4 consecutive day* or mora 
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CLASI 

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i|0i Oaath* an* Funarai* 
30* Card* at Thank* 

! 3W In Mamortam* 

310 Funeral Directors 
111 Monumental* 

|12 Florist* 

'111 Miscellaneous 


____, _ hama, MOT 1C IS 

rontal and Nk«a n advortlWn* to u Announcements 
(onudarad to aa commercial ad- ij Coming Event* and 
vanitina and win Pa charged tor| Maetlnef 
accardtoftv- , 

RIOULAR CLASSIPIO0 
IRC IS 

10 word minimum 


Mooting* 

1* Catering, lareo'i < 
Recaption Raam* 
it Restaurants 
' IS Fiat#* to Visit 
| SO Lost and Found 

R MPL0YM8MT 


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J to 5 eonaacuttv* dav* j 72 Office Hali 

lS.Sc par word oar day I 73 Ski' eo Tri 


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1S.Sc par word oar day 

S or mar* con**cu*lv* day* 
.11 Sc par word par dav 


Wanted — General 


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March torn, s veer 
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GENERAL ----- 

TRADERS 


Life 


CONSTRUCTION FOREMAN 


HAIJA PERSONS 
and A(.F.NTS 


St IITUI IOM IS ANTED 


___ __ _ BODY SHOP 1 s 

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medium sized 
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mant success. GM warranty .expe- I 


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tact' j- 

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cation 

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Thank* to Dr*. S»rA»tor ard 
lowmanow^x and RovM Jvoi ee 
Matarnitv Staff. 


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3* Part Tima—Temporary 
It Emelovmont Sarv'c# 

JO Situation* Wantod 


DEATH MO 
PUNIRAL 
AHSKHJNCEMCNTS 
DIRECTLY 
POLLOWttoC 
CLASSIPIED 


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, titv W* er* too*in* tor • top-. 
agdjl»y todwiduet wtio wqnt* a 
position wttn a good tutura and _ . ^ 

1 "T’cT 1WE provide 

, *-dance to: W. Jack Hams 


tralnl rq 


COMING t\EXTS 
and MEETING* 


AD\*E RTISEMENTS IN 
THIS CLASSIFICATION 
MUST COMPLY WITH 
| , THE 

I BRITISH COLUMBIA 
HUMAN RIG ITIS ACT 

"THE NATIVE COURTWORKER 

R Counselling Association of - 

. * accepting anpUcet-ons tor Reajrad tor our toHawtnt »«i* 

Itna position at Court worker in *r<e I c-dgs 
Haraimo era*. Fir*t hand knowL' 3* u attp. saiarv UX. 

aria* of tocal Indian lanouap* af»d «o urrn salary MU 

culture would b* an a»i#T Also L5 unit*, salary UjC 

-«pf. would b* «nc*iaoo# o» 102 unit*, salary MOO plus 

court system and ac'Htv to sooah v-*turo, rglla bto c ow»l# odfh. y secretory -receptionist tor oowtv 

“ ---— •**“ “ ' itnout evparienca. Duties Inc'ude 

malntettofH# ctoanino. 


RESIDENT 

CARETAKERS 


An, wnk" ••■««« »«l 

from * pt. rgguier cieMlHed style DIRECTORY 

r n be considered semi-niwiay 3. t«ryic*« an* 

ess'* lines per column Inch , Directory 

goc per agato nhe* per day 

1 to 5 oenaacidlv* days ‘ 

Stc per aaato »n* par dav 
S or more consecutive dav* 

4dc per agate line per day 


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Regular Ctoselttod lfc per word 
Semt-Displav toc per egate line 
14 agate lines per column Inch 


• IRTH NOTICIS 

Up to » words S3 JO 
Each additional word 13c 


DEATH NOTICIS, 

MEMORIAL NOTICIS 
AND CAROS OF THANKS 

. S’ 50c pe' count line per dav 
3 consecutiv* days 
43c par count lino par day 


PRIVATI BOX NUMBIRS 
13.00 #KC#pf Halo Wantod 
v#rii»*ment, 14.7S which Inc _ 
a Petition FIliad Advartlsamant. 


Centract rate* tor tocal Puslnaasaa 
available an reeuest. 


CLASSIFIED 
ADVERTISING 
COPY DEADLINES 

RIOULAR CLASSIFIED adv*r-| to Musical Instruments 

sing may b* ptocad In The Dolly m p»t» »n<s Suppsto* 


I TO 1 

! 33 Bands. MuatcIan* and 
[ Orchestras 
34 Pre-Racordad Music 
40 Ouslneet Personals 
43 Dancing 
43 Education 
71 Music Teachers 
IS Pergonals 
33 Trade School* 

MERCHANDISING 

S3 Aircraft 

117 Antiques and Art* — •. 

J 7S Bicycle* 

•0 Boets and Merino 
*5 Building Supglla* 

V3 Cameras Supplies and 
Photo FlntsMrtg 
! 127 Chick*. Poultry, H*tonJng 
Eggs. Supplies 
1C1 Childrens Miscellaneous 
I3S Farm Implement* 
tC Fuel 
*7 Furniture 
130 Cardan Supetla* 
n Groceries Meats and Produce 
v*0 Heavy Equipment and 
Machinery 

ill livestock, supglla* and Kvanto 
100 Mlscoilanaoua ter Sato 
103 Miscailanaau* Wantod 
10* Mlscoilanaoua to Rant 
77 Motorcycles 


PUBLIC MEETINGS 
WITH 

JOLLY K 

FORMER ABUSIVE I 
PARENT 

For an concerned wttti child abuse 
Wednesday I p m., Merc* lSm and 
Friday 9 a.m.-4:», AAarch 17 
Coma anytime 

St. ^«i'f Church Hall. 1H1 Qua- 

Entrance Off 
Balmoral 

Proa da years on Fri day 

“ ESQUIMALT 
COMMUNITY 
SPORTS 

BINGO 

Earty Bird Gamao. 7 P.m. 

S carls si 

Raouiar Gama* 7:3U, * card* S3 
Lata Gemot, S cards >1 
Fra* bus to town 
ISQUIMALTLCGION 
Admiral* and EaaiXmeft Rd. 
THURSDAY 


a’ta-o*. 

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resume outlining 

_isduceiion, reason* 

ate. to: 


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—€aca«iant salary and benefit* . 
Far an appointment to discuss a 1 
future, please tola- 


MR. CAREY 
385-5254 

♦-S P.M. WEEKDAYS 
BEAUTIFUL WATERFRON’ 
OFFICE 
icaptionist 
,town tana development company 


Person **wrf*nced in towtoioca* ----r-- 

—Professional 
Sales Career 
j For You 

ONE of tt>* risk* in hiring a oow- 
artuT Mias force Is that everybody 
•lee wants thorn But Pitney 
Bowes sees representative* have 
severe! things going tor them that 
few other companies can otter. 
First, g 


WORK WANTED, 
paint tof, 
small. 1. 
evenings. 


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and AGENTS 

vDVERTISLMENTS IN 
THIS CLASSIFICATION 
ML ST COMPLY WITH 
THE 

HUMAN RIGHTS ACT 
BRITISH COLUMBIA 


ttIMNTRY, 
* 1 loo tea 
Stt-UU 


58 BAN INI, MUSICIAN! 

nn,\ ORCHEATRAH 

NEED EXTRA MOf^EY 

IkB W (I.Cl Field Battery has 
vacencla* tor band muskier* 
Some experience It required and 
turthar tr**n*ng N BUONabta- MJ< • 
tie pay tor training, rehearse 1 * 


SERIOUS MUSICIAN 


country oriented _ _ 
make a top priority at 
phon* 3S2V111 ask tor 


md. must b* 
b* abi* to 
this. P 1*0*4 


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a.a'lo'ta. ClosinB data March II. gsn*ra c eeiig , pigasino 'aooaarahca voice *nd 

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_ ..- • - :-mg eeparienc* *n esset. Compel> 

EXCELLE1NT .live selery n egotiab le with " 


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Native Courtworler A Counseling 
Associstion of B.C 
1 31* 193 Seat Meeting* 

I Vancouver. B.C. V4A IN7"_ 


BLOCK 

BROS. 

INDUSTRY 
LEADERS FOR 
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cost* and impruv* off '< ianev to a 
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the sales rspresantativ# to learn 1 
what the customers needs ore an a 
to develop more effective ways to 
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ALL this adds up to *k*cutiv* 

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insurance profit snaring end an music sarvlct s. phone 657-<X* 

1 annual sales conference to an #*ot- ;-- 

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oroxWnatotv 60 oar cant of our _ <7H« _ 

*el« tore# ouairtias tor attan- M BI t 8WEM SERVICES 

I THE quality of our product and U( i 1HRFXTORY 

*ne Proven need for them giv* you_ 

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, as good #* they are. we need oeo 

IVli ,V Rrr,^5^i rn tt Vllkilr^'c * E 'HY'TE YOU TO COME AND SatT^'aftatfEaJim. ; Ne ° ® h <X *^| ) P,NG 

1736 GrpUBtitoh St., Victoria. B C. SEE f 0 r YOURSELF how ouf PREVIOUS sales experience is, - 

VtW 7WA _ ne* T.V.-VIDEO system (how | preferred and saw* ability 

FILE CLERK :S!? r, . , 23 Si *S 

--- - ... !«•«-«» own levels of SUC- 

bdrm suHy. WaaS ^.A Oly piryk?u*1g<irSn1i^fl."‘lnd*xi^g and SHORTEST TIME'po^ioi#.'" 

Sand to. fiilna o clients' fllas. Minimum of Q elr0 « m*mo*r pt a 'FULL 


department. Selarv will 
qt#nsurat# with ei 

* is include B.C, t v.wto 

I Life. DtoabHRy. Dental and Incan-; T . < \/i 
1 five plan tor *tl#ndanc#. Alt re- | .V. VIL/tU 
contldanca to Far*onnal 


' — PRESTIGE 
SELLING 


as&,“A 


EXPERIENCED 
Building Managers 

lusbond and wit# team require 
tor 51-suits apartment Mock In; 4 -ajuac. uuuiu 

Duncan. Modi# aged couple pr*- ^ pvrm ha* oparing In 


Account Inn Service* 


r * cera , fl»3o j3S3riaE^5im5m Of 1 CSJ * V _ .. - 

J Brown. J. H. procedure* would M •« tTmI* Block Bros, team does 


Mr*.. J,, iHWIii. J; • —g..-— ornr.e pnxwvrn www •" ."I 1 11«*' BHCX orci r«en< avms 1 

cSn s c volVvS 7*6 S iiff' ^ , m** 1 Salary rwjge: «35 to UM I* i*v»i of prestige. Th# oui 

can. B C. VYL IMS. 7«6dlai. _ per month. Benefits: B.C. Madicai. ooes deserve the best service! 

! Group LW# Disability. Oental. All 1 CALL TQ-DAV to inquire how 

-■ ■ - - in ,»lllAAA,A tn I r level. _ ... . Sri A ,1 C 


tlslng may ,_ 

Coionlfr UP to } p.m 
prior to Publication at . 
v c'orle Timas up to 4:00 p.m. th# 
dav prior to publication. 


H Rang**. Steve* s.4 Fumacaa 

92 I 


113 
43 Timber 
I TV. Starao. 
ana 


Radio Sale* 


SIMI-OISPLAY advertising mav 
b* placed In Th# Dsllv Cotomst , j-, 

pSbiicatlon"‘and *to Ih# Victoria 1U Wanted to Rant. Miacatlanaoua 

to publication. 


11 HA\X AN OPEN TERRI- 
,TORY in J*m« Bay and; 
one in Gordon Head. It can 
| be yours. Excellent gam- 1 
| ings. Call: 384-734S._j 

STUDENTS I EARN UR TO SldOO 
j by tn# and of summer. Rert-tlme 
: end summer employment offering 
nunlcottons. 


UArvCl C Group Lira unawmv. 'V CALL TQ-DAV to 

MUUlw rapfia* in coot I dance to Lex Daval- may obtain a M 

np/vimrrv opmant* LM. P.O.Box 1227/ Vlcto-1 MISSION spill 

P k( ll 1 ID H fl J 7 . 4 r tmt/MTA I l*f*rui*to« ► „ mr 


MALE AKD FEMALE 
BY TOP UNISEX SALON 
FOR HAIRCITTLNG 
No Charge. Phone 382-7236 


jrta, B.C V1W7VV6. 
I BUILDER. 


X 

I 

w you 
cant CO to 

inferyTaws tv appointment only. 


AUTOMOTIVE 

1153 Automobile Flnenclnf and 
Insurance 

I 144 Auto Body end Painting 
1142 Auto Rspalrs. Service and 

1 144 Campers Trallarg ana 
Motor Home* 

144 Cars and Truck* Wanted 


, — -—?. tT - training In communications, weec 

ATU1 cmr* !o°* Rf* aftmwv *** mere 

A I TiL-C I ILg 1 Also va c ancies for musk Ians, iolq 

BINGO 

WEDNESDAY 
Quadra Rec Centre 
1600 QUADRA 
At Pandora 
386-0723 


aho vacancies -... 

Sth (B.C.) Field B a fttary. Royal 
Canadian Artillery. Minimum age: 
Mu*t be born before JfP-»*?• 

1 For further intormMfcn phon# . 
3B40433 or com* to Room 213 at I 
th# Bay Street Armoury. 713 Bay 
St., Tuas. or Thurs. evening* ba- 
| twin 7:43 aw< f:8> a.m ._ | 

j CHANDELLE FASHIONS I 

1 Exciting casual and evening coor¬ 
dinates shown exclusively In the: 
Full p r part tlma.^Car^K- 


Avon 


TO BUY Oh SELL 
CALL OUR DISTRICT / 
ER 

344-7 343_ 

GOOD JOB 


FOR' 


_ DEVELOPER HAVE’ 

position available In on* person of 
flee. To handle mail, receivables 
and pevafcie*. rents, ggvroll and 
bookkeeping and oanarai office 
routine*. Please raoiv In own hang 1 
writing, staflng experience and 
qualifications and salary axaactad 
giving rafarences to Victoria 

Press. Bok_401._J 

UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY FOR A 
parvonal secretary to th# p'evdent 
of a young profaaalonal organiza¬ 
tion. Applicant* must be rtsourc#- 
. ful. organized and wHIIrtg to tra- 
MANAG- vei Exparienca halofui. typing 
necessary. Sand reaum# to Victoria 
Pra ts. B ox 35* . 

-SCH 001 OWE 

tionkt. Raqufremants, abfWTy to 
deal chaarfuiiv with oubfk and 
pupif*. phone calls and filing, 
soma typing end bookkeeolng help¬ 
ful. Writ# telling of yourself to 
Victoria Pres* Box 434. 


R OWN ING SO- 


CLASSIFIED 
SERVICE 
FOR . 

DUNCAN 
COWICHAN 
VALLEY 

AND CHEMAINUS i*}^, ^ M VMt 

onotf in to our U-Orlv* and Auto Washing 
tolmtoS ACCOMMODATION 


home. Full g r pert nm# 
sentlal. For Interview call 

LADIES 


THOSE WHO QUALJFY 
CALL 385-4461 


’ FOUNDED. THE BR 
C *ty In London INI 

'new* from Lloyd's _ _ 

snipping London th# "David Lyan" ’neighbourhood,' 

470 tons. Master W. Punty fred- ^ mX «t w. - 
ng snip between London end west 304.3403 between 2 end 4 p.m. 
irtoie*. Possible ports of call Ham. * 4-aw Between era p.m. 


LEGAL SECRETARY 
Excellent worklna condition*, 
rnodarn Office — 2 v#4 

7S»f 


»'»S2r 'S Are you in n^d ofmore mon^T TYPESETTER REQUIRED ; ordund. IJR, “^res^a^^ 

■•n.^nLv' 1 Y °u can earn extra income In Perkavllle-Quellcum ■ • • c Jl PrT^'Personrwl 346-7C13 

Devd Lyon ci-nood M you Prcgresi requ'*s erper erced Pf ,rn f T 1 -1 


150 Cers for Sale 

151 Sports import Cars 

144 Leas* vehicle* 
if Mooli* Homes and Parks 
144 Naw Car Directory 

‘ :s i sanas 


burg end Seagate D«3nda* Scotland ' INCREASE YOUR INCOME 
— Pert owner Elizabeth ( '74. Local Amwsy 


If you Progress requites exper anted 
phone rypesattsr,3 days oar weak. 4 days lA yy firm REQUIRES RUNNER 

—-- - gppi,c*nt t>M P 4 »*f«.uP'to do Land Company* and Court; 

Un on «noo. witn *8.74 .^r. o.-> t nr fun 


,--—-. Unjy shoo, wiln *4.74 R#0lStr/ work. Part-’tim# or’full- 

•WirltA^t SSSLT'S rsaI TOR appoin«ent »»■ -! 

operative membership Robert can.help you. For interview cBN-_ —- switchboard OPERATOR RE- 

Browning Socia' Club of Victoria, 852-1*4?. 4 i.m.-lO a.m. SURVEY PERSONNEL .qu.red for downtwn inwranc# and 

- BO« »*. —.-=I=r T S«T_ri3S-' REQUIRED - - ' ' 

' PART-TIME TELLER —to do telephone survav from d< 

rectory 


B.C. Wr-ta Victoria Press Box 


C'assiflad Ada 
Durcar, office 
w! 1 appear in th* 
•spare. 


PART-TIME TELLER 

GIANT RUMMAGE SALE. SAT- Retired 5 day* a week Tuesday 
I rrtey - March !4tn • ll to 2. to Saturday ter 2Vi hours par day " ! nvf v'vwd 

fairfield yn1tad_ Church H#i 1»3 muef be •**Zl** c *?: t ,*& , Y .Ne se-lmg Involved 


BLOCK BROS. 
_REALTY LTD. 

WANTED 

Immediately 

LICENSED 

REAL 

ESTATE 

SALES 

PEOPLE 

FOR 

VICTORIA AREA 


For Appointment 

Coll 

M. deTurberville 
or O. Parish 
386-1394 

PITNEY 
i BOWES- 

! SALESPERSONS CONTACT 

National Trust Rtallors 
« Stan Jama* 474-7141 
- _Al McDonald 393-2121_ 

B.C. COMPANY IN AGRICUL- 
htral field locking for commission 
salesperson to cover Vancouver Is¬ 
land. C#« 4330731. 


(Office In Residence) 

1 Spec ava# In Comp lata Account rg 
• Ser/k# for small businasees. P* 
sonai income Tax Return* pr# 

car ad _ 

BOOKEEPING AND OFFICE 
“* * * arnail 

ra# 


managemant part-time tor srr 

1 INCOME TAX — ACCOUNTING 
Small business our specialty. 

' _593-4094. 

SEMI-RETIRED PROFESSIONAL 
accountant and bookkeeper. p#rt- 
t i me. Rafarences. 342-0715._ 

Anirtrlii Service 

TELEPHONE ^ANSWERING MA 
chinas buy or rant. Interconnect 
■ 3346 Quadra. 344-4411. _ 

Appliance* Repairs 


TEACHERS 

ADVERTISEMENTS IN 
THIS CL-VSSn-lCATION’ 
r MUST COMPLY WITH 
THE 

BRITISH COLUMBIA 
HUMAN RIGHTS ACT 


WASHERS. DRYERS, REFRIG 
•rotors, freezer*. dlshwashert 
stoves. Bougm, sold, repaired 
592-4223- 

JIM S APPLIANCE SERVICE 
waahar. dryara, fridge, 
stove* Phon* 344-3343 anytime. 


r) 

s OP / 


ApprmlMU* 


v nr 

yvIL' 


REAL ESTATE APPRAISALS 
• for taxation — Estates — Exoro 
prletlon — Sale. K.M. Porte' 

| F.R.I.R.I. (B.C.), 344-4075 page 
307. K nowiaa Real ty Ltd. 344-yiof 

, K O JACKSON LTD. 

Real Estate Aooralaais 

535-1070 Douglas to#-91C7 




B 

BOSSOM 

MS 

GLASS CO. LT1. 


r lanced. 

M Da- 


746-6181 


j 143 Convalescent and Raat Homes 

173 Hotels 

174 Summer Homes, CoHegee 
141 Tourl«t**Acoommedation 


—can be don# from your noma 

aaorox. 3 hour* car day 
Interviews arranged tor Friday a»- 


CRLA TLR VlCTORLA Fineii y ii w# rurv# _ 

SCHOOL DISTRO;^^rr'our C "toc.’5S*'m»^i 


342-3031 or 342-0227 
OUR PRICES ARE LOWER 
Flnellyll W# h#v# our back tee 


TIRMS OF PUBLICATION 
F.P Publication* (Waalarn) Llm-iRBNTAL 
lied snail not b# i-ebto tor non-iaoi Apartments to Rant, Furnished 
insertion of any advertleement be- xo Ap*r*ments to Rant, 
vond the amount paid tor auch Unturfnished 
advertisement. . 303 Furnttura to Rant 

in the event 0 t error occur Ing | to) Apertmantt Wanted 
the liability of F.P. Pvbikattan#• 304 Duplexes to Rant 
iWestern) Limited #t*H not ax- 307 Duplexes wanted to Rant 
ceed the charge tor the vac* ae» 713 Halls. Warehouses, 3tors# 

tuellv occupied by the Item In end Offices to Rent 

question. < 107 Housekeeping Rooms to Rant 

All claims on error In ?£>ce- 

tion shall be med# wtihin 17 ton ^ Housas to mat, Furntohgd 
thereafter end it not made *h*l 7]0 Hou»e* to Rent. Urjum'shad 
not b* considered No claim tdli, 3H Mouse* Wantod to Rant 
be allowed tor morg man on* In- MO Raom and Board 
corract insa't.nn no» for errors nt* I r»l Room and Board wanted 

a (feeling th# value of advertise- ]93 Room* to Rent 

mant 1194 ROOm* W#n’*0 

Ail estimates of cost ere aporox- 304 Shared Accommodation* 

Imata. Advert.sers will b* charged 
with space actually used. FINANCIAL 

All advertising copy will be tub- iu Automobile Financing and 
lee* to In# approval of th# Victoria i insurance 
Press, who reserve 'ha r.aht jjj Mortgage Loans and Insurance 
In Its so>e discretion to daialfY, 1334 Mortgages for Sal* 

.■«1 ect or insert coov furnlahgtf. 730 Personal Loan# and Insurance 
All advertisements must comply 233 Wanted to Barrow 
with »rs British Columbia Homan ,, 

Rights Act. This ACl Fats# no a«»-.REAL B3TATB 

isa'wsffly— 

race, religion, colour, marlH 
status ancest'v. olac* or ortoU 
hi or sex (unleu tf# matter r"ii71.ilnhM(w 
relates to th* maintenance of pub- ?» £ oodomlntom g 
lie decency AND prior approval Tcwnhouaas prooertles 

has been obteined through th# 233 Countrv_ Homes and p rogenies 
Human Righto Branch). 

Whils every endeavor w.ll 0* 
made to forward rsp<i*a to box 
numb*'* to th* advert is*' 
as possible, we accept no liability 
In respect of loss or <*fm#g# #- 
leged to arise ‘trough alttigr fall- —- , 
ur- or delay In forwardne such 794 t sf ngs 
rgpl'es. hewever caused. 1 

br negligence or otherwise 


vembar’ on' Niwara? We ’have lots WANTED BY PROFESSIONAL I tontoon of#V by call-no now 
more to offer antiques fresh coupfe. ctoaninq ladv tor 4 hour* 
noma made apoie ->:*j hundreds per weak. 5*l*r, ntgotfabto to 

. ted cloth- - 


INDI- 


of'books'Toto of bet’er'used cloth- ju : t*ola party. Must~'h*v* 1 mai^wnlre| V ^ii1 ~nr' . - - - - 

'm.i ^tVl wor% PrCCeMS ^ r ^? 1 3 drivers ^ TLED 

— ^Tvv.rkft-. N r^rZ r^nXl rnlTL^ I.1nS5 Sh*3s-581T' v r " c - Prlm * Nr ' high commissions. 

^T.\ M-VRi aaenev requires counter and office *d Insuafrv. Applicents should be I--• — ■ - Prnvpn methods and contin- 

SANSCH A HALL S ONE 1 XfWW ur wW praparad to get their taxis dirty. BOOKKEEPER 11 Tncinoo* ana ctxiun (W Ma)<e . Up Courm 

Pat Bay Hwy., on Beacon Av# duties Vuit heve valid driver# U-i Starting hourly rat# Is Vi 7J. Send 1 Bright pertonatle individual re- UOU4 training. If >100 are (July 10-Aug» 

Tnousend* of useful hams and c #nca. Victoria Prase Box 435 ■ rgpttoB a»BWwg age experience ale. qulrgd ta hand!# book* to trial, bal- mtMva t pA hv Hi^h eanunir.s Gr * 0# *■” Sut i^ ,s 

treasures, old and modem, inter**!-——- ———- to Victoria Press Box 425. ance, for *tte-noons only. Prim# mwuVlieo d> “4“ I?) 

tor all. Rafr**hmants, bar. -.FULL A NO PART TIME SEN- r-1 Personnel. 345-7012. I call at once: < 

Sunda^Ntorch 19, *:» *.m. vka «ftton attendant for even'ngs | FASHION TWO TWENTY TMANkr vru T o a i vus 4 Q ~ af nr*} MAT I 

ADMISSION Me |*nd weekends. Give M, refer- , # # 9mf j nm9 , tull-t.ma B^JdiMiet m MR- BOB HALL. 

?. - — eocse and exparianca to Victor* consulton! tor axpanding EXECUTIVE HOUSE 


Estate'Office. Good typing 
aoiilty and o lease nt per son all tv as 

2?2-4W Fofi°st ' n wr tln ® *° ^ Largest comm.inity de\ elop- 

~ . >.T e r». w a it Titik rwrw t r p in Southern Nevada __ _ . .. ... . - 

WANTED: PART TIME Orrlte I , 1 Itured tha r ina Ineilatlna alaia — 

lAorkar. Fiexjoi# hours. Must live. needs several Bales P*°P**. App. ications are invited from quel- we manufacture end Inst * l, w# 
v?c,oAu p?li :h>r dinner party ^ *'~ gum ‘"’~ * r '° 

■0*^400._ _ I grammes held at a major, s croo) grated try this District. 

temporary i Victoria hotel. GUARAN- Trrw# . r# pl9nfWd 

DRAW AGAINST : (#> Craoit Coursas ^ 

(July 4-Auausf ID 


(July 4-August ID 
fGrad* 11 and l? level) 


Bookkeeping 


BOOKEEPING SERVKE FC* 
your business. Enquire, 347445’ 
during business hours. By tha hour 
or monthly contract._. 

BOOKEEPING AND INCOMF 
tax service. Reasonable rate: 
English P'eas* call 34 2-9744 anytim e. 


Reservations: 4S4-34U_ 

RUMMAGE AND BAKE~ SALE, 
crater las 


_ ..._ _ Th* position has now been filled. 

«***< 1 ‘loS'^STWi d EN t»l RECEPTiwyrwmiT 

siir8h» 1 2m ™ 5!SoSrVJMrS*Kn~? rx.*»ryto* .«»“■' --- |-- -- *g “ 


PHONE 3S5-7731 


«v, M. BMlnM* OPRortt 

p!8 


with or without own truck. ~_ ---_ 

•ijj, tf^ctty mtgfM tnt bond- i QHli b«l>w. » and J 


call secretarial skills required for t- 
eral practice. Please sand resui.te 
JAMES BAY BESIDEMT? » Vkbri. Frb, te a. 


.... _ _*ke Sale. Satyr 

day. March 14. 0*k B*v UnftoC 

Church HaNr 10 *. m. to i_P.m. ____ __ 

RUMMAGE SALE SATURDAY, BANOUET SERvTnG PERSON- Le*gu«, requires a parson to 1 SECR ETARY, TYPI ST, _SIM fLE 

March l»th 10 30 a.m -12. p.m., net. interviews given at tn* Laurel stall water Pipes and *t to* | ^>oke#oino. 1 raining possible. P.O. 

Gacd*n City Urvit«J Chore*, comer , Point Inn. 440 Montreal Street. GarttonlPW site. «*rntr of M«v BoxJCSMta^lon B._ 

pi Cacev and NorwaaARefriWV-, fatorda v March ltfh 12-2. Ask t/®^ St SKILLFD TBADEB 

MINUS.ONE CUJB...ST. rXjMAyjH LIVE-jN MOUSEKEEI» : 1 For irformdllon PVen- 3C-7?»i._ 


(c) Band and Orchestra Program 
uly 10-Augusl 4) 


Hrirklayem 


•tS’ o«r v^ted. weul duau-T 

bv lb# Crkfal Bfvas r 


ATERY TOURS 


Phon# days. 3# 
- • p.m. 592 2170. 


3434239. Vvaolngs till, tied with references, to handle av 


— seats, with 


raslaurant 
o M* 


NOTICE 
OF COPYRIGHT lg 


Exchange Rsel Estate 
290 Farms for Sei# end Wi 
343 Garages tor Bglt. Rent. 
Wantod 

293 Gulf island Prapart lea 
330 Houoas tor 4ato _ 

245 Houses Wanted to tonr 

__ 795 LINIng* Cancallad 

whether 24* Llstinas Wanted 
1771 Lc*j tor Bala 
1294 Mainland and Out-of-Provinc# 
Propartla* 

; 273 Property tor Sa l* 

274 Prooarfy Wantod 

245 Revenue PropWe* Wantod 

243 up-lslend Propartla# 


_ Coach Lines depot BRISTOL TOWN HAIR FASM*^ wining to ratoc#!# to CVnpoei 

every Sunday a! 1:30 p.m. Return Ions, Gorge Centre Experienced R | vtf , confect Ted Arbour. Camp- 
5 p.m. 45.90 Includes lea. 3*5-4411. Hair Stv-ist required Must be wll - bell River Lodge and Motor inn, 

- - _ : ■ . .n - rrr ___ Ing to at'erd eorf.snops. Call n 7.744a 

WANT TO H A MOOEL’FOR 595.7732. »6-779? ^ 

more Information cal' 345-6059 be ^ ti MAINTENANCE JANITOR FER- 

tween 1:30 and 4:30 . p.m., or WANTED EXPERIENCED REL 1 - v:n required lor downtown full fa- 

tes-WUS Set end Sun able softer for 5 month old. my .. 

jTWUo eei mna ew - -- h 0 m e . weekdays Y Admirals- 

IB CATERING, BANqTETS EHSImMt »r,a. p,*n« »<n, i - 

and RECEPTUJN BOOMS 

“Georges' bavarian 

BANQUET FACEJTrES 
1021 Pandora MI-7121 

INTERNATIONAL CUISINE 
^ N LV NG DRTA tt , S GE* V R A ;^?E L S E 
UP TO e’n”tII^ N n&e C n*t'* C,TV 

AVAILABLE ON REQUEST 


ADVERTISEMENTS IN 
THIS CLASSIFICATION 
MUST COMPLY WITH 
THE 

BRITISH COLUMBIA 
HUMAN RIGHTS ACT 


F.P. Publlcat^ont (Western) Llm-I 
l*ed I* vested In and oeiongs to 
F P. PuWkatlons (Western) L'm-, 
i'ed. provided however. th*t copy¬ 
right IN THAT PART AND THAT 
PART ONLY of any **h adver- 

tlsemefd consisting of ll^rMlons. 

borders, signatures 6r slmil^ m g in talned. H00 txr month 
components which lv or ate. sup- By ma || _ Vancouver Island 
plied to Victoria Press bv the an0 Gu i, islands. 45.40 per month, 
edvertlsar In the form of f*®*® - |u S) per 3 months. *24.00 per 4 
d’ c*«on proofs veloxs •ngravlngs. rnonthi. 433.00 per v#*r. Rest of 
etc., and incorporated in said ad- C8ni{J s. *40* per month, 417.34 


SUBSCRIPTION 

RATES 

Wherever carrier servlca to 


BLACK PRINCE CATERING (1974) 

Ltd.. 655 Douglas St. 344-444*. 
For all your catering needs In owr 

rbof too Queers R# -- 

or on your premiss*. 


HfflHHL.. shall remain 
belong to to* advgrtlser. 


Canada. *4 0* eer month, 
par 3 months, 434.00 par 4 monJM. 


20 LOST and FOIND 

LOST: ROYAL CANADIAN ENGl- 
naers brooch, on Thursday #v*n- 
Ing. March 9th, In or near th* 
Green Room. Common* Block, 
UVlc. Of great sent,mental v*lu# 
to th* owner. Please telephone 
397-1049. Reward. 


.BUSINESS 
OFFICE HOURS 

Monday to Friday 
8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. 


Outside Canada , 414.00 par 

Saturday Times Only 
Sunday Co on 1st Only 
Canada, 30 cent* par copy, 423 #C 

‘TouCto Canada. 73 canto gar 
copy. 437.30 par Year. 


LOSt SMALL MALE DOG. 
mostly whit* with Week marking#, 
bieck end brown face answers to 
Beabo est seen Sunday AtfTira 
Wav east of Beaver L*ke. 


Lw 1 • Ml, LA TTnilfc , 

eith green ev*s. Minstrggm-Spggd-1 4T9^b?2._ 

.-S'**' '** y ti,TWd - ** w * fd '! RESIDENT CARETAKER RE-,_ w 
478-1434. oulred for large apartment bu'.id- 1 FULLY 


Moiling Address: 
Victoria Press 
P.O. Box 300 
Victoria, B.C. 
V8W 2N4 


Mr. HILTON I 
I Sene I mo 
Lake Cowlcnen 


746-4W 

753-7744 


PHONE 

DIRECT 

386-2121 

TO 

PLACE 

YOUR 

CLASSIFIED 

ADVERTISEMENT 


United Staia* Representative* 
LANDON ASSOCIATES INC. 
New York, Chicago, j authflald , 
Atlanta, Boston. "fen Ffgnctoco. 
Los Angeles Phlladaiphto, Roch¬ 
ester. Clive and. Charlotlg, Cjn- 
cln-ati, Syracuse, ifamburg. All- 
llamatown, Clinton, Mamphlk 
Lavittown, Rataloh. 


PAGE 

KEPiooccnon 

OB 

MICROFILM COPIES 
OF 

COMPLETE PAPERS 
AVAILABLE 
FOR ALI, PAPERS 
PUBLISHED 

PHONE SK-711L 
LOCAL 214 


PERSON WANTED TO LEARN 
general glasework glaring and 
aufo glass. Rtpty Vktoria Press, 
B ox 436. _ 

EXPERIENCED PRINTER, — 
salesperson for small expanding 
printary on commivxlorr or laaa* 

besK Vktori a Pre ss Box 414. _ 

WANTED. EXPERIENCED 
saemstress. Apply AM. Randall. In- 
" ‘' Cleaners 1402 Fort, 


reliable end well groomed Please 
submit references, etc to Hot*: 
Manager. P.O Box 1143 Victoria. 
i.C„ VtW 2T4. _ 

WIDOWER WITH 15-YEAR-OLD j 

daughter require* someone to cook* 
evening meet, Monday Wednes¬ 
day. Friday, and do light house¬ 
keeping. 44 00 par hour. 12 hours 
weak. Fairfield-Cook free. Vic- 


0 


X 

c 

C E 

U S 

s s 

SECURITY 
PROFESSIONALISM 

Licensed raal estate salespeople — j 

are vou having trouble meeting | 
vour personal goals? Let me In-1 
trodoc* vou to ourtantasbc fi 11 
development progfBm. Through It 
w* will help vou to attain a PRO¬ 
FESSIONALISM that can guaran¬ 
teed you Income SECURITY AND 
FINANCIAL SUCCESS. There's 
mom at tha too tor you — why not 
go with a provan winner. 


BOEHM MASONRY 
Brick, block and stone, new cor 
QUALIFICATIONS. 1 * tr . uC,i< S. ijS r * 

Standard or Profess-on*' BC. ,r *te*- 474-2522- 
Teacnmg Certificate. Formal Qua.- «tonp and 

ifit*Won* m aublacts applied tor. j n^’wwkVt rtaaongBls « 


•LQCK 
la prices 


Applications are to be submitted to : 
the Instruction-Administration Ot-< 
flee. Greater Victoria School 1 
Board. 3124 Foul Bay Rd.. Vlcto - 
ria. B.C., Vfw 2R1. on or batore 
March ?2. 197*. quoting Compe 
tltlon No. 6-7 B . _ 

IS PART TIME or 
TEMPORARY HELP 

ADVERTISEMENTS IN 
THIS CLASSIFICATION 
MUST COMPLY WITH 
THE 

BRITISH COLUMBIA 
HUMAN RIGHTS ACT 


( nbtnrt Making 


SOMERSBY 

Manufacturers of custom built cac 
nets stairs, furnltura. detailed 
doors frames, finished lumber and 
mouldings. 

Cr. Hillside and Br'doe 


KITCHEN CABINETS 

bathroom vanities and count* - 
tops, all cuitom built or refac'r.q 
the old cabinets with new mod#<- 
des gns with low price*. For free 
estimate* call 479-734*. _ 


per «i 
writ f 


RETIRED 




HELPER WANTED. 

tujinessman and wltt, - 

tor light housework Privet# room 
good wages, tots of trie time, ex 

__celient opportunity for person 

ADULT SITTER FOR 7 YEAR ■ Ashing » good toms. 598-723 7. 

■- gja s old n Cloverdele School area fo'| n ivPRS WANTED TO HARVEST 

S'*-*® *2X*L* ,, *' on R “"’ «rki™ Phon. *:-«■« th. 

| amtr s.m. ___;of Vancouver island. _ Please 


URGENT REASON WITHOUT !eriou * ‘ n ’ 
children to babysit four year old. IP;™- J'tj 1 
days. Greater Victoria araa, vour ** »«**• 
home. 344-5390 after S. 


COUPLES OR SINGLES FOR 
business of vour o*m. No axpari- 
anc# necessary we train. For In¬ 
terview phone 592-7014. 


URGENT REQUIRE eAFTE R ‘ 
school and out of school care, 
must be 19. Your home or min*., 
Bav-Fernwocd area. 345-6420 attar- 


WAITRESS-WAITER 


British Columbia 
Forest Products 
Limited 

MACKENZIE WOOOLANDS 
DIVISION requires: 

Heavy 

Duty 

Mechanics 


9^*a. 

WESTERN HOMES 


»J70*verael* 


JS4-J6N 


t WEEKEND MAINTENANCE iHUTCHES. CABINETS FURN 1 
oerson required for McOonaids fur*, custom oes-gned and crafted 
Restaurant. 9*0 Pandora, Hours of tor your needs. Mr. Sharpe 

work are 12 #.m.-9 a.m. Apply In 397-7015. 
person. 


EMPLOYMENT 

SERVICES 


ADVERTISEMENTS IN 
THIS CLASSIFICATION 
MUST COMPLY WITH 
THE 

BRITISH COLUMBIA 
HUMAN RIGHTS ACT 


SALES 

REPRESENTATIVE j 

- Fcr one B.C. S 'argagl oaper 
and ianitor'ai cleaning supcv 
houses. Distributors tor Johsnon s 
Wax Kimoerlv-Ciark, Lavar De- 
taroants. Ruboarmald. #1c. Es- 
It*bl)shad tarritory. salary plus .. . s u - 
commission plus transportailon.. Vs p.m 


-CUSTOM BUILT CABINET* 
wall units, furniture, twister stairs 
Helmut Duaapohl. 47B-91P2. 

- ! CUSTOM tUILT - IMsTALLEO 
Store fixtures kitchen cabinet? 
counter tops renewed. 644-5929 

(’srprnlm 

j“ WARMAC 

CONSTRUCTION 

in home renovations, custom tee 


DO YOU WCRK ON 
construction? 

Do you w#Qt to 
loin a union? 

You mav re-s ve' at 2750 Quadra 
Street, Sude 7, Tuesday or Thurs- 
day from 


I For appointment phone 344-6372. 

-5 O' 3»T,2i_ «sk lor Mr. ten,, SITIATIONS WANTED 


, tween 6 and 4. 


GENERAL CONTRACTING, RESl 
dential and commercial, ranava 
tions additions, house framilnn 
sundecks. J. Leek and Son-, 
344 7490. 


ciuslv* priva 
time. P^as* contad 
f lee, o r Mr. 0. S chiller . 

MATURE RESPONSIBLE 


iryfgrm 3 PC A a r 47XB1B. I women to babysit' one baby* Eve- 

GorrTTlLVER AND white cat occas»on#i attamoons. 


FOR GUARANTEED CARPEN 

, - -- , _ tar work, renovations, addition 

REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY, EX-[CHILD CARE IS A GROWING concre’e work, v-Odecxs cabl- 
cuc porlencad furnltura, appliance and demand and vou warn someone etrs, finishing, free estimates, c* 

tv ^: carpet aaiesmen. Musi b* agores-lwbo really cares about how your 345-1164. 

, Tnere • # immadlate ooan.ngs to *v# and saH-motivated. Must b* ,child k developing socially and -rrr_ 

. ^* rU3 X ri0ur *®46ted division for heavy duty 1 physically ceoao.e and witling to emotionally. Give us a caM for vou PERMA CONSTRUCTION 
aix ror w. rr«cr^r,ci. Applicants should nav# <uiP customer with cash and and your child to visit us soon "Ae build m? our Reoutalien" 

****** _ ._ an toterprovlnclal rourn#yman» carry purcre«es and ba able to'Blue Jay Cniid Car* Centre. 2244 Alterations -New Constructor 

cppoRTUkilTY FOR YOUNG 1**^ 04 Bflcallon. Th# present rat# for.wcrk sniffs a->d weekends. Please Windsor Rd., Victoria 594-5724. I FREE I- —- 

ladvte work for farsaif up to 450 ioumeymen mechanks is 410.C71 surmit rasurre outlining oast expe -jS^- |r>AV rAMPAWimx-|~ 

psV div commlsaton Must hiSS ferhour andl,in..WMj»WBhf com- rlanu* to Victor,# Pre» Box 391. c ^f, A ^ ! > 

own transportation. 454-3472. orehenslv* banafit plan is avail-j; 


ffij F >)t» 55: WANTED - DESK CLERK. E 

club full or oart i n,f te 5 - Fhone for intarvlaw 

cilarV <3* I . n - p#r ^.ia Cr «’ h j:< 

er 3*61 ill. 


344-2421. 


ESTIMATES, 344-7323 


EXPERIENCED 


, —- E-’emenlarv teacher 24, seeks July Dentov * etc** if vou^preter 'ona^ind 

- - ‘S G Au T encv ND r eoUrts & Sl^U^SnSSliSSr 

__ . w . ■■ .■__ WL _ AND 1BCFP is a fully Integrated forest f • on * r Y.. S _ si «?..- ■ compw1,< l n 10 ^ , . k *T* n - needs, onon* 342-S362. 

iTdsT LAKOE YELLOW- NEU-: |' »ISC' » SSrk'^ll^Ao^SSi' T<? ^ >Jl» Zli X ItSiS RENOVATIONS‘ AND /SjoTnol. S 

tered mala cat around tipsa and •:_s^ervitad Vxtorla Press Bex 35; ,wtT««o?* ^Xti!T ium?-* wJuia- m * t5on • 30 °' -cursei? erem co/ 112-734-3951 after 4 P4h. sundecks a specialty. Gu*r#nt#*<» 

— " ■» e-w. | supervisee v.cror^ prata_BoxJ»/._ M^cksnzia currer^v has * wu.a- cr#<j an<j cu rren! lines carried if — - - u -—6-~— workmanship. Free aslimate*. Ca 

ED AMO I5T any. to H Lipsman Sal*l L»d. 2974 ENGLISH HOTEL MANAGER 2*5.4351. 

must have 120 north of Pr nca Ooco* iConjna Or . Burnaby B.C. V3J sr.d w ie 14 years maior U.K. 

work un-.°° ’A ,,li *ten Lake. mp hotel and now with Best Waatam. * 

*°r*.un- i Good aducetlonal aynmerciel and|l._:. .. 


McKenrla St. in Falrf1eld7*Reward 

m ****• _ ^ , | m4infain~!ng’l*rg# _ rental "complex', j ^ULLY EXPERiENCE 


and 


Victoria Press, Box 430. T1 [ 1 uc ' arg ao uiv . 

Finder please phone 3i5-73?X" Ri-, DlCK iao prfSSMAN TO WORK vi#1or ' a P ? M Bo * 1 rscradTlonaT "j^HIttos ar# 

ward. 6 0 om 5 or 4 d*,t Wrrte imma- t, ME HELP REQUIREDitetlished. Both summer _ 

r-rrr---SS SietoKEVV^wle Wri Bov ' ** McDonads VtC Pandora. Apply v.lntsr recreatrijn*: end sporting 1 position. 2 resident., ?«curlty 

LOST: LADIES WATCH ON|Matotv. Victoria Press. Box 433. 1 1„ p*-** ' activities are readily available in [trol raoreeents’.ves retired eve 

AAarch 14th, at Town and Country oAProDii eihypai sPQiiiBPn 11 — —- th* surroundino a'ea Vudarn 1 ninqs. 6 a.m.-9 p.m. ws supply 

5 hop Ding Cert'e Phon# 454-12)3 -r^etohv. mpIv teS-MM^Doug- S5^ T ii51^J“ IV £l ,N COMPANION housing t avaiiapia also training and ^‘te^s-You fund hr Mr 

aftsr 4 P.m lias Street, 342-4274. !i«-1878*° ^ *^* f y '•^ Written applications outiing.ng ,««»#_salsj atJ^ty eod Baalre to,5!' 


a, tell, anrwar* to Sunnyboy, 

* ■’Tlf 


POUND: WHITE. ORANGE AND 
Mack young C4rf, scar on right 
eld*. IntorurtMn-Tllllcum Rd. area. 
Cats Protection League 544-3731. 


LOST — RUST LEATHER AND 
gold link bet. between Wool- 
worth's and Eaton's. 474-6444. 


LOST: 14:30 WED. 
Earn wood araa. lad* 
oag. Reward. 594-8764. 


DENMAN- 


FOUND: SOUTH OAK BAY. Pf- 
mela gray and whit* cat. part Per¬ 
sian. 592-7303. 


I #4 Street,__ 

HAIRDRESSER WANTED WIT?1 
working knowledge of modem 2'i 
styllgg. 658-5914. 


OFFICE HELP 


applications 
train-no and work 
~ , should b* directed to: 


hot*: and no* With Best Western VERSATILE HOME MAIN 

___position Vancouver Island:: tainar ca'centrv. renovatior? 

VICTORIA SE^UR'Ty PATROL hotel or mot#'. Avatlaole April- cabinets, eaintln;, papering, oua 
Oftsns a ur..got art) interest-ng May Phone collect Douglas John-'ty work. Adam, S43-309C. 

position 3 resident 3 security pe- son Caloerv 753-705* " -—- — - 

• • -:- REPAIRS REC ROOMS. DR* 

HANDYMAN welling, arborite counter tops, per 

Fix M — cleaner — painter eiimg. etc Reavwib 1 * rates 
etc. will work avanings. 477-2494. 


exoet^ence' succeed. Call 


liBfy and 
3464142. 


9 a.m 


AAAN OR WOMAN 
bathroom, must be 
343-1411. 


TO 


SIDNEY IN NEED OF BABYSIT- 
tar. 1 weak approx. $7 a day. My 
horn* or vours. 655-4910 


OCCASIONAL BABYSITTER. 
Lampson-Wychburv district. Ph. 

3*4-6259 


ADVERTISEMENTS IN 
THIS CLASSIFICATION 
MUST COMPLY WITH 
THE 

British oolumbla 

HUMAN RIGHTS ACT 


Tom Mlchaal. 


-12 Steady ampioymant required 
.tori# Preet. Box 431 

r 


firs ,'•'.•0 e 

mingy . 

L V4C ‘ QUALITY 

.rxtwienced car..... 
CANADIAN, able rates 6S3-2077 


RENOVATIONS Bv 


TELEPHONE RECEPTIONIST, 
must nave driver* ’iconco. must 
ENC6 ° HA RDRESSER have driving #xp#ri#nca of 7-10 
to taka over cliantal*. 345-3349. years, tyo# about 45 w-p.im. 
479-3327. • _ | wages. $100 ear hour tor first 30 

£2 P £Jjfi. SffigTk.Kfl'.S.S 


I.R Supervise- 
British Columbia 
Forest Products Limited. 

Box 610, Mackarzl*. B.C. 
or. CaH Collect 
997-327) — 495 Day - 
997-3C03 - Nlgpt 

EXPERIE N’CED WEB 
OFFSET PRESS PERSON 


A CAPITAL ICEAI -CALL THE OLD . jpMMHi 

' I00 4 * commission, monih'y. fee. handyman, cieanuos, cartage from , suture* ditcT /mixiTtv 

,5230 or 80-20 split from first set*. *6. trees. rotOtTliing. 5FM1129. LOW WINTER RATEY QUALTTv 
Go aithar way but join us tooev. 592-2990 . *5^' 

1—. — -■ - *-4^i w.tco Cealtel' - 1 -——- Ttonj tx-ilt'. 656-34*0. < 

CASUAL WORK, PAINTING g-^-rnN.TBurT,^ q « m aujL 
autlers cleaned lired imtaltM .NEW CUN5 t KUC t ICN. RENOV*- 
qurrers cieeneo. imaa, installed. lt(op ^rtoet. work gukr.n'aed 

free estimates call 477-3454. 


i WANTED IMMEDIATELY SALES I Chimneys 1 


s 'ed Horn* malnte- 


PROFESSIONAL GARDENING. 

replv inhetid wriiTno 1 prun 'no. landjcep*. rock**-- ce- _ 

ess Isox 440 Fr ** r '• FRAMING, 


Please < 
lorla Pri 


. mnp.rr.mv 9 #.m.-6 A or ' n, ‘^ 

. Medical plan and other oena-‘olant to Calgary requ-re* on# oft- 

__ pho ot ^ tetarv law 3B2-1021 . l Mt press person. Minimum 5 years 

ft*? 7 -, 1 .” , OOK*tEPE» « E O U I « E D. .im'Ivki EIMM a« r,su.„ ,0 

c sa-:' £■ zzz. ^y^an’T’ ■smt •* c *'’“ ,,n 


■ ■r 1 ' " !k 


PART-TIME, 
and accounting 
_ _ ... _ , lv. complete 

iSPBUt'S ss£2S 


--n 

BOOKKEEPING | 

weakly or month- 
. ... o financial »tat6 - 
'o tophone 47BB4S *. . 

ENERGETIC AMIN RE- 


V t, o, APPRENTICE EE. T. lrl.l STSSSf, U « U>- >-W.' m-XI* S>rjrt. 

I. * ID SuSb M-na. a, rrvw finer wlln r-Em- ClVarv Alb«1». ftX SU «r 

-- - __--— tall aalttog experience. Send re-ir^oo* collect 


30 3478 pftor 4: 30 P.m."” GLAZ' 

LOBT IN MAYFAIR MALL Al- U —— " ~ - —[tall aaltlhg experience. Send re-lp ^-^'^Mecl 2T-m» 

gold nociece with b*n and cross, USE OF GARDEN PLOT IN EX-'sum# In strict contldanca to * •-^e». 

greet eantlmantal value. 3*64094. change for !exm cutting. 477^5419. .torla Press Box 416. I. 


CAREER SALES 
POSITION 

Unlimited •*... 

Ing program. Call Mrs. 

346-3370._ 

SUNRISE REALTY 

Needs Sal«ppers*on 
Call Bill. 595-3341 

DIRECT EASY SALES, JM~IOH NEED SOME HAULING ... 
commission, good torrfteries.ct#anupdon*7Ra#son#die.c*ll*nv- 
3*4-9249 avanings. 'time. 345-7965 


Csrpaix nnd l.lnolruni 


YOUNG ...... 

quiring casual employment, paint- 
in g axp grtanca. Brian. JPS-7728. 

YOUNG WOALAN SEEKS Posi¬ 
tion In travel agency as train#*. 
Pitas* ceH 344-3994. 

NEED 


IOQAR and MIN BA 
4»# HILLBID« 



Classified — Victoria's Largest Proven Market Place-Where Your Articles Sell Fastest! Cost Less to Sell 386-2121 


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DAILY COLONIST. V»otom. B.C., Thun.. March 16. 1971 


I B1M.NL!>* SERVICES 
and DIRECTORY 

Uupeto and tJno<fum 


RI *rNKH* SERVICES 
and DIRECTORY 


M BISIVKSS sr.RMCU 
and DIRECTORY 


BLSIYE4S {SERVICES 

and DIRECTORY 


to BlBIN ESS PERSON AIR B.V IU IUII.NU SI PPIJE* 10 


Dry wall 


Handymen 




FOR EXPERT INSTALLATION 
you can afford. Ca» your rapid* 
eta indtaandanf irades-nan,; too iman «/»- 
after 5 P.m.jtellv._H 0 ARb. ng 


CARPETS AND 
ataiiad; reasoftaati* 
timataa Pnon* 3*4-1 1 


LINO IN- Inj 
rataa; fraa av 456-4002. 


FINISHING, 
and want, i 

•7411. 

TAPING. 




PlMtrrm 


HOSTESS 

~Laarn how fo - .— . - 

•want cut out of plnaaoptea- cak* 1 
Trr- dacorpHom. cantr* P*aca», candy 
AND fraaa fancy hori d'oauvras. cock- 
**•■ house 



CARPET AND LINO INST ALLA- 
Hoot, raoairt, raatrateftas 3*4» 35f4. 

Carpel (legal** 

HOURIGAN'S 

H£TS AND LINOS 
STOVES I N& SPtC 
NDOSA AVE. 


EEK- RENOVATIONS, PLUMBING ANOiFRIEDRICH PLASTERING --- 

L NO loo corponlrv. Isoour URN, noo, i-ocooPilolng ,f«i»lltl,. o:o«, i 0 mmIoo., ul Mv 

_ PROOF «jl»: _^ | Bom. ■TOOOW Ol*. C H&4._[lioamMiml SSI-ST39 

T |£i«2' IIauIIa*' IMumblnf ABd llootliiR_ RvonCeT' ’ 

-CLEAN-UPS AND ~HAUC^ING. ASUARIAn'pLUMBING ' ! ~ ^ 

Elrcmtal n»ntr*ru>r» >*"<’ ** Wc«p( •*!£. M l! , , 

—r—r^u W T Wl'W, ■/-- rV.7— ——--- — . ■ — - — naw installations. alteration* 

* G ,!!s LL . E -l , E i. eC LrJ. C SMALL DUMP TRUCK HAUL 'pair. I ouorantaa 
Sarvlca cant,rewiring, hatting. anything. prompt and reasonable man$hip. 479-1212. 


HOMI LUMBER 
I MR) MpphH 

47« Ardarttar R«L 
10*4/11 


Ml'UCAI. 

INSTRUMENTS 

GALANTI 


I 77 


• New 


MOTORCYCLES 


OVER 200 


39 

BOATS and MARIN E 


Duroid Shingles 


and Used Bike* 
Choose From. 


«* rawlrlng, . 

Residential. commercial. In- tarvlcaikl-iHH 
dustrlet Contract or vary raaaon- 
able hourly rates. Anytime 
478-6032. 


tawvor tuperv’ited divorcaoyar the 

Charoax and Mastarcnarg* accent- seal. All colours in “*~* w 
ad. _ 


seal. All Volours 
per »q. 


stock, 

121.95 


CARI 
FLOOR 
711 PANI 


NEED WIRING DONE? 

No iob too small, all work guaran¬ 
teed. Fsa# estimates, a none alter 5 
P.m. $95-3935. 


... LTD. 
bCIAL.STS 

3*6-3401 OLDER HOMES 


DAVID'S PLUMBING 

Home Improvement* Emaraancy Strvka. hot wi 

-1 tanks, plumbing repairs te 

cleanup, 3* 6-8881._ 

PLUMS I NO 'ria®* 

Quanfiad plumber, fait and raa--- ■ -———— — 

tenable, rafarancat. 4/0-1141. BUYING .A HOUSE OR BUS! 

nett? Starting a new business? R12 


CLEAN CARPETS'FOR SPRING 


• Quail tv wor*. an in orte*. wi* 
dirtguard. SIS par hour. Call Pt>. 
AD-2S30. 


SOMERSBY 

aa!3S* uE*‘fTfuSL* "it Manufacturers of wooden windows. PLUMBING DONE 

SvS T irSff ssr ab& * * 


TELAQUAINT 
Friends bv Telephone 
Oatlng sarvlca • 

*»* by cor respondent a ev* 

, JB*4S41. P.O. Box 117. Vkto- 


n*.,**** - •'’Ythlng ... 

_... . -XJ-'OOOC. lufn^y end mouldings, 

LICENSED ELECTRICIAN WILL Cr Hillside and Bridge 
«°v, REMODELLING 


„ 3**-464> REPAIRS AND RENOVATIONS. 

—w il years experience. Low rates. 

SPE^ALISTS. 652 J411. 


INSULATION 

PRICE PER 1 000 SQ. IT 
FIBERGLASS 

R7-2H" J 80 

_ __ __R12—4" - $140 

fex*ssje ^ssj.tsrxs^ 

expert help and 40 veers axpari R28—«" 1320 


STEAM CLEANING CARPETS • fiafr 479.9744 _ 

cants so. ft., minimum $13. Cnea • Roqm additions rumpus rw.ni, ^ 

„ rt ,« ««. s« jmv ?2il? E .„* a ';r 0 c^. 0 nr. D . N ' w C "I"- ’"i c£f 

ALAN S STEAM CLEANING. >gc5j7| Phone 4/7-7312 anytime. marclal. K#vln La vR. 477- BBH. 

mSS\. V * sn * li ‘ H m m ' n ‘ f lf c tr! cianTVree-es*Xustom RE NOVATIONS AND 
- — Itimatas call Barnia 3»6 W»4. *d a 11 g n t sary.ee. Wfrtten*. 

EANiNG j- - —- ——■ bathrooms, aanj, m contemporary. 


NEW WIRING REWIRING 
----eiac'ric heat. 477J0H. 

OMMOMIM» VE , Y heatonaBLE rates'on 
PROFESSIONALLY SPECIALlIEO •[' wl.'N, iOOl CaII WSII IW 
cement man: All types af cement s 

work, forming, staos. rafainmo r.\r»\«aBR _ 

& t XSS: mSSTSn- imiTTANO ^'CLBAR. 

driveways and repairs, pnona any ln# _ r3A(J f¥j _ g#mci.i.or. 

sanfl end gravel eoulpment ren- i’S-D'L 
74 hour service. ~ 


IMTin W”’>, W"», "I LVIIIBII'IW 

rustic and traditional styles. Mr 
StWpa._M7U01S. 

F AND M CARPET CLEANING, 
lawn Catting window cleaning. For 
further information call 474-277» 
between B13 noon. Fraa estimates. 


AND ANV TYPE OF PLUMBING, 
reasonable rates, reliable plumber. 
74-hour sarvlca. 477-5747. 


Roofing jsn<1 Siding 


.... _ rears axpari 

•oca. Low fats. 

i HYPNOSIS CAN HELP 
Tension, wetirht. smoking. 

Call INSIGHT 595-878? |i 

^ BRITISH KYCHIC LCS OUKES ’ 

»lll MAYAiUM <0, isrlvlto .Aid- j HR ESTOP 
Too, mti *Ni only. For adroTat- ■ 
m,nl AIM-.. CAII Mrs. Dul.es 

I3MB77Y_ 

STOP SMOKING, LOSE .WEIGHT, 4xg _ s, T „*) Q 
thooRhl 1x8-1, Sid. 

4x8— s » Std. 


TV V»UI • C-SAR, L.VO • 

wsr*». chimneys dr.veways^fw- no* 1 * *?® r *°* 

oairad and raoiacad. iTF-lias ava- Centra. 59*-i34e, 

_ ROAN SOUND PRODUCT ION 

Taoa Duoiicaiion, Recording Sar- 4x8 — 3 * 8t. 


$995 

RENT TO OWN AVAILABLE 

FREE ORGAN LfUONS 
NO OBLIGATION 

EXt O L U U L 5 i V .lH•^fS•^rM , ii'L A L NT|, 
CASCADE 
PIANO & ORGAN ! 
In Hillside Moll 

595-4174 

GYPROC SPECIAL J/J tILH 

: ^YPnx imSq l \m, SPRINGS AROUND 
firesaop $n5 THE CORiNER 

S120 Join the birds in itong with 
an instrument from our 
STD FIR PLY complete music store. Come 
S10.95 in and see us mt 
$ 8.50 


SUPER BUYS 

lS^S&E 

New SUZUKI and HARLEY 
CLEAROUT 


LOWEST PRICES 

on 1977 model 
HONDAS and YAMAHAS 
Anywhere 

See Us before you buy 
any bike 1 

Vancouver Islands' 
Largest Motorcycle 

Dealer 

MULLINS 

MARINE 


lima 3*3*77* 


vice*, waddings. 
3*4-61 TO. 


meetings, etc. 


S 6.35 

$12.00 


NO JOB TOO SMALL. SPEC! A- 1 jaU-J14 howr s^vlca. Radio con FR£E PLUMBING HOOKUP ‘ V« P^f'r IKNCED ROOFER MAKE TODAY COUNT. CALL SANDED. PLYWOOD 
•izing ih.PPt^ Ndawai^iva. Trucking Co^Lft, . ro " counHr% ' !#nd rtp,,rv ^'SSSSTswo'Sk oJracV.'SfXs Tuctory Gr. $12.95 


ways and repair work. Free as- _ U- K - 

t i mat as. Guaraniaad workmanship. IV*9*£*' -%? r N 

Larrv IM-ltbl OiSuatChar, 7720 Turner-3*7-6136. 


' Larry, 3**-1*0 3._ 

^PtCIALIZlNO IN DRIVEWAY, ^ 

road, tidawaiks. retaining wans. ™ Ro *^4*L 

- fraa estimate. Ahaar. After 5 p.m. WS-lJOf. 


Inaulatloo 


cleaner longer. 


auaran' 

3*6 ?M* 

SFECU _ 

SflS2-. , #3iE 


BASEMENTS *9*?" TS ? N ^ ------ „„ „„ , 

ks, P^.#*- Free Case landJfirln*, tulldoilng contracting. 

•rvi hwrkniv MCIIC < 


West Coast 
Home Insulation 

EXCAVATING — a i woes of in*uiatidn. s4*es •• 

, -•• - contracting, fraa aaflmatas. B.c. 

Hydro t i nan cinq avallaoia. 
-- - 47F-Z322. 


Steam Cleaning 


4x8—% Factor>’ Gr. 


i loo name and address 4x8— *4 Factory Gr. 

—-— label* S2J0. Piaaaa *and pavmtnt, 

RESTAURANTS. CARS. RESI-’with order. Popular Press, Shaw- 1 p. i i k ic A h. I P\cr^ 
dantsai commarciaJ, jndytfriai. nigan Lake. V0R 2W0. V UNbANL/tU 


SPECIALIZE 

- ,oa iMrtMi.'SKWlS . . . 

• ETAININC WALLS. OAIVE M.CAEEOT BACKHOE - SLiLL; 
wavs, sidewalks, oatlos, ate. Free donnq seo» c fekto. haul mg. Gooa 
astlmafge. 47T-7S4 *. rata *. 47F-3Q65. 

CONCRETE STEPS, SIDEWALKS.; , _ BOBCAT 

driveways, retaining wall* fair Juan o« Fuca L*wn Service. 3M-*1 S3 
ar eas Dhona 453-16l4 evenings 


For fraa estimates call 3A5-M7* or 
nd _ 


'THE OPEN EAR , 4x5—5-lb 

, I will listen to your troubles, no , » *• 
advice given, hourly rates, Roger, 7 

>*3-775*. 


yj^ELSONS 

M mc 

$ 6,50 Ult trafMKMt 315 9724 

D Wont Good Price 
s 4.S3 And Good Quality? 


BRAND NEW BOAT SALE 
BRAND NEW BOAT SALE 

Brand naw 21' CAMPION Atona 
_ shea hardtop. Encloaad haad, aa 
To lay. camper top, TOO ho. Volvo 
Pont# *14,74* 

Brand naw 25' GREW SS 350 hard 
top, 735 n o. OMC, custom teak in 
< I mgr id, trim taba, full 


01,5*5 

SPECIAL — 14*4" HOUR 
»IUN Glasacraft complete wfth 40 
h.p. Johnson and EZ loader. 1 
owner, vary good ahapa. Only 

HURRY—These Want Last 
Full Sarvle4*ng Pan* 

OMC Volvo MarcrvIter 

YanmaroSSl and 
Evinruda Outboards 
t Quality Accaaaorlat at the Marina 
OAK BAY MARINE SALES 

sn-3053_1317 Ba*ch Drive 

1*74 14' CAMPION RUNABOUT 
with 50 h.p. Ev'mruda and e 7 load 
trailer (M hour* on motor), full 
canvas top. other extras, *4700 
I 1*74 4 h o. Evfnrude (uaad 17 
fiours). $5C0. Tow rape end junior 
water akiis *14. AI moat naw man* 
h ip wadars elt4*>, f W. 477-3757. 

I BOATERS! 

SEE OUR large display af apo i- 

- -i..— r-.-. ^ ■-■ - 


w SALES LTD. 

■ 382-1928 IXJ0365A* '-"peoen r.v. LTO. 

Q'SC VatM 2*55 Quasnal 3*4- 3 *64 

340 taxes ax. Be hind Em press Ponfigc Bukk 


1577 KAWASAKI 100 

dition *350 Rrm. “ 


GOOD CON- 21- _ . .. 

camper canopy, cutty cabin, 
Ta'h'cc head 165 Marcrui*ar, F.W.C.. used 
MiLtb, • i5 hour*, still under warrantee, 
• _ ! mooraoe at Oak Bay, prica SS500 

1*7? HUSQVARNA. WR. IRE-. 100‘. financing avalabla. Call ‘ 

- .. - - —— 9-fTdf 


syzuk 

». 3*4-74 


’built, *450 NOftars. 477-05*1. 'Mor ri »n, 3*5^774 ! 

7* fe'MAHA 360 4-SPEED, fcX- __ 

c«l!«m, y*ry Claan. 475-47M. I lf_ FIBERCWLASS, 


All Ren 
Of 555-1507 


Cleanup Servlma 

‘tartan 

E*t. 1577 

Clean-Up 
and Disposal 

WllHfw Stuart. 3*4-5*50 __ 

3 WAY CLEAN UP 


Keorlng 

island :haTn unk 

FENCING LTD. 
Fencing In wire or wood 
Small lob* a speciality 
477-0332 


The grass it rit 
I wonder how mv fencing is . 
PACIFIC FENCING 552-4161 

TOP" QUALITY FENCE CON 


Permanent Sundecks 

478-0641 / 


lumln.HpIng 

_ VIC'S LANDSCAPING ! 

LTD. 

383-7461 

Anything In -rock, brick, blocks. 1 
cedar iraller*. concrete, elc. 

MAINTENANCE DIVISION 

on Ht^'n'^ovSraS S r . 'too 'tonX,™ : 

all materials and workmanship. w ,|k Ouradek Vinyl now and relax 3** 4*40 | -x4—■8 20 

Can anytime for estimates._itnis summer. Book now beto^ the HAVE YOUR HOROSCOPE PER- ! 2\6 —14’ 

spring rush Free Estimate*, tonally dona. Accurate, confiden- .... ... 

- - tlai. Call Rosheen. 3*90405. _ 2x8—24 

‘ rml,or * " TAROT CARD READINGS 2x10—8’—2T 

-- 3*4-3574 


BARKFR 

LANDSCAPING LTD. 

Lawn specialist Expert garden 


(MRS. PAYN-JONES. TRANCE 
'medium. questions answered 
3*6-3*03-_ 

CAR SIMONIZING PROM SIS. 
mobile service Also vinyl top and 
int 5™° f - Ebons D ave at 65 *-*am^ i 

! POTTERY CLASSES GIVEN BY 
toc4d artist. Mary Fox. Starting 

gBh-ggR X _._2x4-6' 

MASSAGE BY QUALIFIED MAS- ^x4—92*i Pet *tud 


. .. . __J. WtW FULL 

canv *» lop- i Phflinas, 35 alactr-c 

_ . -- - — — — -x—— - , 11574 HODAKA EXCELLENT CON- jtart Johnson, and fVi twin 

5 4>-30 Kincaid is the right choice. 1 dition, asking $&>. *7*-4»3t _ E vinruda full steering and hand 

Kincaid Pianos trom.$1288. "WrgRaga^rus. moo. good 

I condition. -gas tanks, $2,130. 3*4-4351. 

SOUND OF MUSIC I l 9 r?eoi S c^eap °3**-72U LE ' SEMI ^ AVE YOU SEEN NEW BOAT 

PIANO AND ORGAN jchcpoad. chg^p^JWlW. - price*? Than consider this 1t7a 

r-c-x-ror '1*77 TY175 TRIALS. GOOD CON- Flbarlortn Sitka, 165 horsepower 

___ . ___ LLMKt. dition. ©Hers. 475-126*. 400 hour*, loaded with extras, wen 

STD. & BTR. FIR lil? Quadra 204239 , 71 TYI!0 yamah a. syio. .is-»s> 

- between 5-7. . -- 


Framing 

Lumber 


Pr!<?« per 1000 FMB 
$ 95 


55*4131 


All types of clean up. attics, base an^f advlea* , M3?«54S' *** '* vovt and ,hrub p,#c, ’ n 5 nt “ Taiurl^ AK a'?eratlom IL |adie8 

mapt. compost, nauiing and small *»*imates and advice. 3*3-fJ40 fetches - idea* Our stone -i»irm»ns 

moving lobs. Greater Vlctorlp. C0 VPLETE FENCE BUILDING masons can build you anything .n ^ * B#V ja*. 4 i 

phone 3*3-1166. Colwood, Sooka. reasonable rates, wood and steel, rock or slate — walls, patios, -----— 

ptc. Call 471-54*5. Pree estimates. 3*2-15*5. pools or pillars — etc. For a f-ea dRlTlSrt CUSTOM TAILORS 

I* YEARS* .EXP€RIENCE~IN fence> BUILT OR REPAIRED. t"*”’ M " » 3n SLA N3H A R D 

earaoa and basement clean up. any . s tvi«. free estimates. 3*2-2732.----— 

hauling, gardening and 'awn malfV 47* 1050. PORTUGESE LANDSCAPING _ 

fenanca. Reasonable rates free esT> 1K , r Ta*iriNft Stonework, rock walls, fireplaces MT. View TREE SERVICE 

’jmales. 344-467S. 3*5-5360 altar VAN ISLE CHAIN UNK FENCING landscao f>fl Free estimates 'Everything m Trf " 

*5:30 am- I . 314-1*41. , , Reasonable prices, 355-5435. - ■*• *-' - 


pa rt time fwi p needed. 3*3-5311 . 

M3F26311 Pac** 1 - *kin<4rd!cH ^CS 385-73*5 

Trr« Seivliv 41 EDl’CATION 


2x12—8-20' 

STD. & BTR. 

2x4—6' 

2x4—7* 

2x4—92*4 Stud 


JUST ARRIVED l*/» 6U4UM I IiWricgv.cs.s.1 

LESAGE PIANOS PRJCED AT running order. 38A4W3._ 

K55 ‘'»OM A sm ,I,7S us ™ riANOS „„ MONO*. 7», - 

4255 

5255 

s:;io PORTER MUSIC <”? '»-.<;<■ A^uro,_ 

SATURDAY TILL 5:30 

HEM 


656-2044. 


BERNIE 


iy * £ UZU Jll T il% E * CELLENT 18’ FIBRFT'ORM. 135 MER 
excell ent 01 OlTBOARD. GOOD 
conditioh. Fire* S13M. MQ15 CONDITION. 3278 MEGAW 
good ! PL.. 393-8457. $4,290. 


, cel^tnt conditio n, *00. 3 *5-51*1. 

:x BI( 1 CIsKS 


YANMAR 

SALK^ERVrCE PARTS 

Your local dealer. Slanwood 
Equipment Salas. 6*05 Vayanass 
Rosd. 652-1231. 


GuOD SELECTION 
, . ° f , J, WOODEN MOTO* SAILE* 

for every sire and budget "Sod*Bpl." at B dock, Van ls»a 

YWflL m B Marina. 2 years old. Volvo 7'v 


1NCLUD- i 2X10—8’—20’ 


Fullv insured. 475-3*73 (24 hr.) 


NO CHARGE ANO UP 
Two young responsive rr*n have 
laroa truck. Base mint attics, 
composts, etc V«ry reaepnabia 
Bob' s. 3*4- 2451 anytime 
CLEANUPS AND HAULING, 
iunk, furniture, composts, geraqev 
yard*, basements. Fraa e*time»ev 
. bugene. 3*3-352*. _ 

TIDY MAN CLEAN UP 
Basamants. yards, gutters cleaned, 
•tc. Prompt. rag»PAbla: Free a»- 
timates. Any1lmaji3-9450. 301- 5627. 

RE ASO N AIIE 
Yards, basamants, etc 
log, free estimates. 

456-5471._ 

TMO MEN AND 1* 
dean basement and __ 
par hour *ree estimates, 
o r nlgm i 3 *6461 4._ ■ 

MjCANUP, delivery and 

small (jiovlnq iob*. reasonable 
rates, free estimates. 558 1853 or 
*74 7405 anytime. 

reliable' home! apt!! of- 

fica, ciaanlnq. maid service. Your 
Men Fridev. Telephone J8B4275 
naoer 7571. 


F)«ortng and 5and lag 

M&M FLOOR 


SCOTIA LANDSCAPING. STONE ANYTHING TO DO WITH TREES. Ma£* jSanVvl# j£2* S jSi¥ 
wall* S7.7S SO. It Feeing S3.75 soeciei reies. Cerdinei Tree Sor- ^'L?r 9 J on9 * u* 0 ' 

you Supply rocki $2 50;. ?8i-»*74. vice 642-5451 or 479-15*5. TUTORING - PROFESSIO 


WEAVING LESSONS lNCLUD-i 

inci spinnina. natural dyeing. Be >vl2_8 —20’ 

qinnerv intermediates. Ta..le and 
(rama looms available. Starting lr _ 

RANCH PANEL 


VINTAGE PLAYEL PIANO, 
e over ICO years old. good copditio- 

*5 «ur* ■— ,un ^- 0,51 c «orpiRmHr Si xitrv .1 

5233 FENDER TWIN REVERB AM- 0«k Bay Ava. 3 a 7 -s 0?? ^Waakdey evening!, 

$225 jy*«icn ? DEALER FOR RALEIGH. C.C.M., • 

j .oq iJSffO.* *—**"*' U5 ° Shiald* L .. Nlshlkl. ^B.R.C. .Tiger, 


Shield*:... NlsWJtl. f.R.C. .Tiger. J 0 . TRIMARAN SAILBOAf 
— 1 pm ' Siaaos 7. outtoerd motor stalnltss 

ALLISON PIANO. *75 FORT CUS- Sun. 12-5 384-5514. lta# | r | a0 ina. fibaroiaas ov«r wood 

tom rasterpiign, .tuning, appraisals. ^— unp|;n pfmtas s TTviu recently ratu-it hulls, -SIMO or 


sales, phone 364-3535. 


MOPEO RENTALS. LOW 
r*tes, helmet Included, easy as one rs. 474- 1544. 


PROFESSIONAL LANDSCAPE, 
masonry, gerdanina, prunlna. Free 
estimates. 3*54675 


COMPLETE FLOOR CENTRE 
Hardwood. Carpets and Linos 
S32 William St.. 3*44343 


Manonrj 

_____ sprayed. ornem*niei> 

... .. . .... _ TOP QUALITY MASOWRY AT' large or smell. 383436L 

5a»' . Al fg SjM g.: 'S5“S5^3rT 

l-'urnlture Keflniphlng • '«'»nt*ed. Phone Armando s Me- _ M »4II > 

sonry. 55S-7177. ^ TREE WORK z REASONABLE. 



— | ■ — .-- — — . — ■ . ■ i - I |WI1 T i JTJ*, J,* . . 

CLextoiJP. ro«Tusese man with io) 

_! <f»rdrnlng 

I' VAN WILL *- 

i wKt. sv BARKER LANDSCAPING 

>ates. 3*6-8661 


ter Adults'end ch^idran^The Studio Deliveries made an^vhere 
of Tine AndrSo —w Booth, 35* 135*. on Vancouver Island and 

'EXPERT TUTORING, most sub- Gulf Islands. Before NtHJ buy Bidp'Ovftit »>w d.rc 

■ecu, experienced teacher, reason- J r»u«wan 74 *-a7i 4 or 7M-4555 

able. 55*-i355. lotnpare our prices. For 


lar SS0C0. 385-3056._ MAN'S » " OH MO 

LUDWIG DRUMS, **** 


642-5050. 


555 5706 

Pho ne "D uncan 746-67 44 or 748-4555. o I ft L 4 S 
1577 YAMAHA 17SCC 


- •» 


years experience Quality work In TREES FELLED AND BUCKED _ 
Landscaping, stone work and br'Ck *57.2077 
work. For tree estimates cell Vic 
Paute 477 7*31. 


477-3913 


LTD. 

Exoart attention to ail landscape, 
gardening requirements. 

—lawns power raking 
—aerating 
—fertilizing 

—certified pesticide application 
—contract maintenance- 
—redesign of existing 
landscapes. > 

Free estimates. $95 *373 


BUILD FIREPLACES. OVER 20 
years experience. - New or old 
houses. 479*5075._,_ 

CHI M N E V !i , FIREPLACES, 
bricks and rock work, all work 

guaranteed. 3*50074._ 

FIREPLACE FACINGS ANY 
kind of stonework, too quality, 
reasonable. John. 477-1727 


Upholstery 


FUEL 

"special - 


quality, service and guaran- Hkijjgr oniv'TOoo.kjiomatars,"‘**fc ; 


WOOD WOOO 

1 Brg truck load mixed 
SI 1.95. Best fuel. 3*4-5524. 


FURNITURE __ 

end repaired, workmanshlo 
guaranteed, reasonable 


_ STUDENT SELLING ALDER. ISO 
UPHOLSTERED * u '' «*• J0 "’ d « liv « r * d 


iced Savings, phone: 

385- 8711 

386- 3374 


_____ BIKE. 130, 7 BRAND 

ENOURO, RRw tires and tubas, parcel carr[- 
efars, ask- ar. 383-3597. 

384 0020, 552-6457. 


SAILBOAT —CHRYSLER Mu¬ 

tineer day sailer. Furling jib. 
mainsail and spinnaker Cauikms 
I trailer included. Call M. w. 
Koehler, office 3M-1144, home 
1 478-2135. _._ 

ERICSON YACHTS 

Alex Chisholm Yacht Saits 
Anglers Anchorage Marina 
$33 Merchant, Brentwood Bay 
652-3531 


EMERALD LAWNS LIU. 


Moving and Ntornge 


wwpw ww; - yw* | | p. 

f r#i SPLIT MAPLE. DELIVERED $25. ( nTKP I JCTOrQ 

estimates. 3*1-5936, evenings dek-up load. 652-3777, S:30-7:00i INC L/VJVJI O 

_‘ _I p-"*- 542 Hillside Ave. 

SEMI-RETIRED UPHOLSTERER • pggSTO LOGS 240 FOR S39. 
recovers your chair wftn your me afoe 313.3521 
tarl al, 865 iaooor. 478-1262. - 

. SB TBAVKL 


7 ELECTRIC GUITARS. 2 AMPLI-1 "JB08. 

tiers. $91-3507. FORCED TO SELL 30* CHRIS 

Laoslrake twin engined express 


MEN'S 10 SPEED, S65, BOY'S CAL 28 FLUSH DECK MODEL, 
Raialgh 5 spaed, 74", 845. 38B7797 very good cruiser-racer, full gat 

-—- (ev siaaos 4, encloaad haad.'For 

*0 BOATS ami MARINE vour fam'ly. $17,900. Call Victoria 
-B oat Mart . 453 Haad«»t., 3*3-1324 

CHI Pl.to tor., ar . CWKISCWAFT ISSHS' 

^ern.er, 1941. Rarfac* condition. 

Certlllcata. >20C clsh. 313-4347 eve 


cruiser. Well maintained. Many y"'™- 

•'to? 1 .'. Uu ' »l!h Ir.ilJr JSd ISto W*: 


TIMBER 


BMALL MOVING 
email basament ioba. 
Phone 3*3-3901. 


JOBS and 

Reasonable 


OUR 20TH YEAR 


MOVERS. 


KNOME SERVICES 
Household and construction dean 
«>pa,_residant. 47*-s56i 

CLEANUPS " BASEMEN fsT~AND A E R ATING , 
attics, com do box, and also grass FONG, 
cutting. 3*5-7437. '479-707* 


GOING TO MAUI?' 1 WANTED TIMBER 
Koonopoli Beoch rKLLE " T ANDlNT “ 
DON'T DELAY Fir. Cedar or Hemlock 

i HARVEY’S LANDSCAPING fag™- tJ^SSSSk »©«< ran*; CLA.K 

EXPERIENCED CHINESE LAND- '--‘ m'tm c - "? J umn '*^ 

SCAPER PRUNING, DESIGNING, FLASHBACK CARTAGE. HOUSE 4 '?; 7 J'' 

NEW LAWN j POWER RAKING, —--*-* ~ 


:i MUSIC TEACH CSKA 

h 1 GMLY QUALIFIED MUS 1C i flee SI*.9c6"V77-7333T 

leacner will come te vour home it __-- - ■ _ -- 

desired, a service that until now 11976 MODEL HOURSTON GLASS 
has not been available In all Vlcto- craft, 2? Sedan Cruiser, IBS t0a , 

ria area. Soeciallrlng Ih praoara- hours, new condition. Many extras. 

time In, Pn.at fnnisrwslnrv Fa Ci «no I1A.1I11 iturlnn nHir* lUUv 


with extras, boathouse 
kept, immaculate. 819,550. Dav* 
471-0021 night 471-6*57. Boathouse 
I toilet!#. 

73- FIBERFORM. IBS MERC 
stand uo head, gailev. a« 


VICTORIA CITY 
Phone day or night, confirmed 
once or reesoneoie rates Dacen- 
Power raking, aaratinq teriiUnng. dabla and courteous. Free as- 
mou control, weed control, '-mates, no obligation. 3*7-15*5. 

:„ Le L N i^,., N ^ MA ,SiV SSS 1 “'“ M moving or hauling ic^ W-a! Sawmill Ltd. 

-* iunk hauling. 658-5406._ __» » « . __ __ _ 

time 


Spring Sale 

ION oft on oil doors In stock. 

HiSmwmti out from 2»r re Srth* a tlons'for Royal Conservatory Ex- '*14,500. 3*6-3111, during' office 


17' DAVIDSON. FIBREGLAS8 
Day sailer, well Bbove average and 
. .r --- 656-4475/ 


,M •BArlmwIt movl!S' J m 

- —- — —* aom- ter Percy 


ALL PHASES, oer hour. 3*5-1733 JM-6275 pager 


384-8671 


407. 


l-RANK ^ D c L IV F R Y 

A“H CLEAN UpT PRUNING r ADPlCM C\ C A Ml ID MOV* and pickup delivery sarv.ee t!S T ^BER PURCHASED - TOP 

•oravlna, hauling, general repair*. GlARDtN CLcANUr *10 an Hour, I man. $15J0. 2 man. , k J Z ,C V 

enfeed satisfaction. 595-1877 Lawns mowed and tr mmed flow- 382-5275. kltchbn.^ .^pooI Daily _rates ^sh 01 i^i. 3*3-3065, 479-7VI. 

faaptv ® r h* 431 «*wg- rolovatlnq, power 
cms-ir rmkin „ , 3 yej|ri tMP0f , ence , n #11 


or leave messaoe. 

WAIKIKI '78 


Skiddor owner ooerator. Phone 
373-2390 or write Box 21X Savona, 

SnCms ‘c.ytKijo. _ 


STANDING AND FELLEO 
timber wanted, selective logging, 
bulldozing, land clearing. 65S-5046 


naw elegant cgdar entrance 
door. By spending a law dol¬ 
lars now. you 1 will Increase 
value by hundreds. Coma in 
and sea u*. 

MOOR* WHITTINGTON 
LUMBER LTD. 


2614 BRIDGI ST 
2*6-1321 


For interview please, hours. 


_[v e quipped. S I7 00. < 

1970 05”HORSEPOWER MERCU 
rv outboard, controls, no tank 
$600 . 598-6542. 



I - - FOR SALE OR TRADE 

| PRIVATE TUITION IN BEGIN- motor home, property etc. ?<_ 

ning and intermediate flute and bercraft n excellent condition FIBERGLASS MINTO, ROW OR 
music theory. Harold Hockley, complete^ «quipped 452 3737 or jgji model. Ski Master Boats 
3*5-3057. 6 52-7710, _ • 479-8*17. 


EXPERIENCED SING'NG 
teacher. University area. Doreen t«/6 

! Thompeon. 477-0915. C.B. 

condition. Asking $7600. Call Lady- 


E A . GLE ^S !'»' DISPLACEMENT CRUISER 
I* , 2P. ?W . s °v n d* r - good weekend and fishing boat 

2700 R.L. with brake*. New rood condition, $6000. 656*9 97 

23' REINELL, 1976. EXCELLENT 
condition. 232 h.p., many extras 
*<6,500. 477-0686. 


Guar 1 
CLEANUP 


truck boklng^or 1 wor^^eabanab'la* prices' ter 'reaaonabie, reliable, 'ex' 

MS-7565. ohaaeag^ardaninq and landscao- movers. Pensioner re»ee. 


__from $7.50-117.50 per person per 

BIG OR SMALL WHY PAY BIG Cte^S. fr om M*frt>^fi.1 BI1LDINQ SI PPUKK 


' | perienced movers. Pensioner ra*ei 
_ | Estimates. Guaranteed. 382-5675. 


ing 595-2500 

385-8198 MOVING ANO DELIVERIES. AN- 

oJUrj u 7SJ piiances, furniture, household* 

1 Rotovalrng, grass cutting, hauling. Eugene, 3*3-357*. 

yard cleanup, handyman repair* v --- 

BOOK NOW FOR SPRING MOVING WITH 1 AND 2 TON 
ROTOVATING and CLEANUPS Van *10 and up, 382-7356 anytime. 
FREE ESTIMATES — 


Contractor* 


WHEATON 

CONSTRUCTION LTD. 
Genera] Contractors 
Building Consultants 
383-5702 


CLARK'S CONSTRUCTION 

Residential and commercial from- 


QUALITY GARDENING 

Is vour garden too much ter you 
to handle alone? Don't be discour¬ 
aged. I can help you. Maintenance 
weeding, lawns, pruning, spraying, 

clean uo. etc. 478-0278._ 

* DUTCH LANDSCAPE? , 

Naw lawns, power raking. Govern¬ 
ment Certified soraving, cl.eanuos, 
low maintenance qardens- plant¬ 
ing. designing, rockeries. Fraa es- 


Pointer* 




Iteroratom 


.sldantial and commercial frem timaits. 47|-ia73. 

fng — custom homes. WRUinON “ -—-— - 

end additions, all types of concrete DA SILVA GARDENING 
work. Free estimates. New con- ; Pruning. powerrak.no, sprino 
— • - 1 * clean up, full mamieoance service. 


ISLAND 
DECORATORS 

Painters Paperhangers 

Spray Painters 
Plaster Repairs 
Gyprbc Filling 
383-9039 Eves. 393-7103 


through Friday. 


MAUI 




Vz to Vi Off 

Clear kiln dried 
Lumter and Moldings 
and other stock items 
Sea our Plywood Specials- - 
Mon. to Frl. 1:00 a m. te 5:00 p m 


Deluxe 7-bedroom fully furnished 
condominiums located on a safe 
sandy beach. Available Feb. 27 to 
Mar 2? and Apr 7 te 30. Also 1 
vacancies from May to Dec. OK 
Trucking Co. Lt d . 3*6-3414, _' 

MAUI I 

HOME AWAY FROM HOME 
1 and 2-oedroom Unit* Available 1 
Now. Fully furnished. 

For further detail* phone 
lolenl Holdings Lt d. 3*2-604? ' 

, MINI holidays 

To Reno or Las Veqat 
2, 3 or 4 Nights from Victoria 

WHITTOMES TRAVEL 
1111 BLANSHARD ST. 3M-4271 


Butler 


SAANICH LUMBER YARDS 
12 x20 Garage 

Roofing extra $360-00 

5-x7'6" Garden Shad *195.0* 

Work Ben<£ Materials *14.00 

! Pram Dinghy Kil 857.00 

4*x6' Compost Box $11.50 

-SABOT KIT Pll"— 

^ 3041 Douglas _ 3*5-24*6 


SOMERSBY 


WHOLESALE LUMBER 
DIVISION 

2046 KEATING X-ROAD 

Dimension lumber, pljh _ 

woods, siding and framing sending.*re sawing, pianinj 

hardware^ at competitive Cr. Hliisida and Bridge 
price*. 

Roof 


77 MOTORCYCLE* 

CORNELL 

i-HEV-OLDS LTD. 

Will Take Your 
MOTORCYCLE 

On trade on any 
New or used automobile 
in stock 

CONTACT: Our sales staff 
by calling .185-5777. 

Aik for- 

BRUCE LOCKHART 


592-96*6 or 652-3218. 


,34' NORTH SEA TYPE OlESEL. 
Sleep* 4, head and full galley 
I Cruisa it or work it. Haul out 
Included. *10.000. 746-6722. or 

748-5563 Duncan. 


, Mercurv, new windshield ano Mote*-, trailer, vary ciaan, 
, roof end rebuilt trailer, ready to 386-0316. 
go. immaculate. $1,500 or bast 1 
attar. 475-7637. 

1971 CHRYSLER OUTBOARD dition!'87500.~4^5*17~ 


motor. *5 h.p., eltctric start, ra- 


" hattaAr" a'nd' t.nv TW © BURNER ALCOHOL SS 
l**« «7s a?1w,?5a^ d k ' * f ova $170. Sharp karospn# heater 
1 25 75 AvaburyAva._ ^ sn . W7 af1#r ^ 

’'hoS-uSm? '*n JOHNSON ».» OUTSOAKD 

"Xr JUSTT»J!rSffi X s! 0 "' hoor *' w " s ' 

*5600. 658-8*36. 


32' CAOE COVE CHALLENGER 
*70,000, as 1 


HELMET SALE 


' HP V, i C,NG Et i E £ T !.'5 RPPjacsmw* ov^r v.™. 

6'ant naw water pump, tank etc. *42,500 Terms 652-3157 

Excellent shape. Call 471-76*6 attar - - 

S p.m. 25' SELLBOY EXPRESS CRUIS- 

lifty HOURSTON GLAMCRAFT, # ': - U<ly T°T !- l >, - 

raburt 40 Johnson. Easy Loader,!'72 16’' GLASTRON 50 MERC, 
offers. 478-T256. • Holsclaw trailer, *2500. 47*-7256. 


ting 

3M-6645 


trusses, preas-1 


70 


Victoria % , fiSTSS * 'StfT SWf SSI? '3Z£* r H .! ^bled building compo- 


A11SICAI, 

INSTRUMENTS 


CLARK AND PATTISON 

--- -- (,,11 mAiAiioinr. u.rv,r* PAINTING CONTRACTORS LTD. I-bedroom*. 

Crete Strip-aasv Farms for rYnt, clean up. full mainieoance »»ry,r# - -- • . 

_ sotc 

Toniw. SSESS'S.iaKK." $ ,KXSI: v,c c, iLJ3i"%« 1 SS?r, : this week's special Isjsj. -cotton-, gr*.,«« «»!. SKV 

sarvlca from sife to tenant*. B.W. Pcun'no- mw r^rt’.^v »lh onward axceliant vi*m*pooi. Good qualityJx6 cedy bevel *d- ^nde^'^cbJon" 

Contracting Services. 552-0595. i*, d *^ n ^. rf<,e4i ® n ' Courtinav_beach. 476-1007 _! Sj'lce f *»5.M ° C ° ^ V | BEAN a^d GRETCH. 


Largest stock of Suzuki'* on Van¬ 
couver Island. 

We w:n not be undersold. 

Full warranty and segNce 
H AND R MOTORCYCL^ALES 
9752 4th St.. Sldnay 
656-3433. DL-00110A 


1 478-7067. 


30»h onward, excellent' < 
b##ch 4;m007 


nents and garages. 


USED GUITARS 

Electric and accoustk. most in ex 


ULYSSES CONSTRUCTION LTD 
Custom and spec home builder*. 

framing- 

_477-3407._ 

CEMENT WORK OF ANY 
driveway, sidewalk and oatkj 
Good workmanship, raasonaoie 
price. 477-3775. 


B *ND nFfORATiNfi® WAIKIKI. 1 BFDROOM CON- ?2x24 pre cut garaoe 

and decorating dominium, fantastic view of ocean. ^ chalet siding *1709 

call after 3 S97-4AS9. 


RELIABLE, RESPONSIBLE PER - 

son jpectaliti^fn poy.-er raxing, Free appraisals, cost consultant, 
fertilizing law and garden main All types of painting. All types of 

monthly or waekjv. Call repairs. Commercial, »arm. v resi- FOR RENT 
i5*-iTa5. 1 dentiel. Lowest rates. Tefm*. condo in Maui, 

Work guaranteed. 383-01)2. April on. 479-2861 


package with 


LICENSED GARD = NFR 

Sprlnq cleanup, pruning *tc. Gar- W. E, FERRIDAY PAINTING, IN v« l‘h KSUNAIJS 

-!---.dening year roudd bv contract. G. tarlur and axlerlor by experienced _ __ 

T. & C. BUILDERS LTD. I Berta, 4/4-?6a0._ **Z LIKEABLE YOUNG MAN. 30 

Framing I HORTICULTURAL STUDENT jJffiS’V.aaS ° 3*4-1513. ava wljf ^ es ^ ^ # woman c 

HfiEE.w, ** wwepvt Tr «« surgery, lawn and garden 477 -panlon over 25 tor ©ut ngs 

Jj.wvJoT maintenance, iraa and shrub plant- EXPERIENCED ENGLISH DECO- share* a keen Interest >n outdoor 

- mV ' m nv"in i ii« ' " " - ■ ingej59-13IO. r a tor, 'paper hanging, brusn end , activities. Photo appreciated. Vlc- 

MALLOY-JONES — —- •- — ——— - - spray painting, wood stamina, etc torie Press. Box 396- 

tow winter rates, for framing and HORTICULTURE STUDENTS ^*£>,£01* ratesFrtt esthnates 
ildlno. quality work, 656 1897, will do oerdenmo. rototiiling. soli M.chaH 598-6613 

3*2-0512, 656-3460. analyzafion. fertilizing. Ron and - 

c B Au l iift~er u.tuT^V>in7i n ,w * fy 595-8096. 3*8-9194. INTERIOR — EXTERIOR - 

FRAMING, FINISHING AND SID —— — painting done Reasonable rates, 

log done. 479-5640. K. Havde Coo- gardening QUICK thor- estimates Reference*, 

st ruct ion Ltd._ ' ough work. Si 50 per hour, exoar.- M3 .5,i3, evaninqs 

NEW CONSTRUCTION. RENOVA- ,777Ui - - - PAINTING AND ROOFING 

tlon, additions, work ouarantaad. EXPERFNCED GARDENER Ltd™ residential and commarciai 

fir fra astlmata* call *T7M U. _oood refarancas. reasonable rata* ti^ar hanging. tr£^asti^te* raa- 

FAKMER CONSTKUCTION :^ ® 5 ' 530, — sooabia ratas. 642-4522 avenlng*. 

RAKING AND LAWN dow^on PAINTING CONTRAC .. . - 

maintenanca. hurry oefora the tor bESiORNTiAL fOMMFB.'Trick* Dance. March 17. 9 p.m. 

- •• 477.JJ-i< IV."- Clkr« U*ll m rnrmsrint *A,K., 


€5^-1121 
7:30-5:00 
Monday to Friday 
Closed Saturday 
FOR QUALITY AND SERVICE 


. TRAVI 

BEAN, and GRETCH. Also v. 
smaH selection oi used FENDER 
and MARSHALL amps. 

SOFT SOUNDS' MUSIC 
90SL OAK BAY AVE 


POWtRTOWN M.C. 

Service to all Makes. Hl-Pertur- 
. manca parts. 3*4-1249. D199)69A. 
^ 614 Granville. 


THE ACES 4 


ON BRIDGE 

*y 

IRA G CORN JR 

TCAM CAPTAIN 


VICTORIA HONDA 
HONDA. BULTACO, HARLEY 
7851 Douglas St. 386-8364 

DL-019953A 


GENTLEMAN EARLY 50*S 
wishes to meet ledv who prafa'’» r 1 
good home and wi'ling to taka 
car* of on*. For particulars wit* 
giving phone number, Victoria 
Pr**s. Box 350. 



j KIN WIN LOTTERY TICKETS, 
send $2 par ticket with name, 1 
address and phone number to Box 
£27* Victoria. JLC._ 

MINUS ONE CLUB. ST pa 


Cl AL. WORK GUARANTEED. 


FRAMING. 

FINISHING 

AND 

renovating 

478-9701. 



656 5721 


RICHTON CONSTRUCTION 

LTD. 


Drape rtra 



ruth, Phon* Rud* 177-5335. 

SPRING CLEANUP YARD AND e*tlm#les. 385^042. 
garden, reliable. Ceil Ray attar 6 
p.m.. 386-86*6. 


Elks Hall. 732 Cormorant. Music 
by the Crlstal Blues. 


ROTOVATING. VEG GARDEN 
lawn preparation. Red after 5 
p.m.. 592-0210. 


MALE. 77, INTERESTED IN 
•neetlnn exciting, women. Victoria 
Press Box 835 


PRUNING 
and sprat mg debris removed 
t: mates. 479-4067 after 6 


HOURIGAN'S 

Floor Covering Specialists 

NOW SHOWING 
DRAPERIES 

PROMPT IN-HOME SERVICE 
715 PANDORA AVE. 3*8 7*01 PROFESSIONAL VARD MAINTE 

n r L o. »-\ • nance Call 382-1546 

Pacific Draperies 

CUSTOM MADE DRAPERiE* 

Commercial and Residential 
Specialists 

*» Hillside * 


HUSTON BROS. PAINTING 
Brush and RoHgr 
Qualify and Economy 

_ 386-98*4 _WHEN NO ONE ELSE SEEMS, 

painting ANO DECORATING , 0 r 'T* f ^ C lP.! l ,V fo ‘ Phort 

LUSH LAWN AND GARDEN SER- '■«»6onafcie r*t*s satisfaction Th « Crisis Lma, 386-6323 _, 

vie* - rolovat nq and commercial BU •’* B ♦ • • B . Terms 595-4905 WHO CARPS IF YOU ARE 

gr«u cuMInq. 479-3687 . 479-2471. _pregnant? Birthright does Phone 

FXfFLLFNT LAWN MOWING W' 1 - 1 - 00 INTERIOR AND EX- 3*4-1431. ^_ 

bv professional specialist. Rater- j^jor wintlng, rg«o"*M« rates,, international ASSOCIATION 
ancas Free estimates. 595-4208 «st' m 4’5S- 3*3-9153. Cancer victim^ and f-iends to 

T R I M L I N E PAINTING, IN- colnfprt and inform. SVS-6270 
te f, °r-exterior trea estimates /.lOOWS INFORMATION 

Ption* Paul 595-3754. - k “- — -- 


IMPERIAL 

’ BUILDING MATERIALS UB. 

Jh fjrA'mrSfHf ft** 

Olympic Stain _- 
Pre season special 
S 12.95 a gal. 

Aluminum Window*.and 
^doors 

25 r « olf 

Formica and Arboiite 
It) patterns $19.95 

Cbargex 


on dei 


EATON'S 

CASH FOR. 

USED PIANOS 
PHONE 382^7141 
LOCAL 230 

~SAVE~$$$ — 

slrator and new HAM- 


77 HARLEY 
—SPORTSTER 


DAVIDSON 

its 


. monslr. ... 

MONO.ORGANS from *650 Fully ra ^ 


1975 HONDA CB 500 IMMACU 
late condition low mileage. $1350 
O.B.O. Ball helmet, leather iacket. 

13*6^8.__ ■ 

i 1972 AND 1974 730 SUZUKI M<V j 
— lor cycles Both water cooled - 
both need soma work. We require 1 
bids. P. Arnold) 382-5105. 


guaranteed, lesson*. 


MOPFD RENTALS. LOW 

_ helmet included; easy as, 

rifling a bicycle 677 Humboldt. 
_. . , • /-•. I rear Empress Hotel!, 382-0525 ' 

Gleeson Music City i«ts r oiijs . moto-crobser 

HOME of HAMAAONO ORGAN good condition, *550 or trade for 
714 FORT _ 38*4631 j s mall car. 4 71-9866 after 5._ 

11977 KAWASAKI Vz 690, RED. 
lender 5.000 km., 2 helmet*. *2.000 
1 call 477-700* after 6. 

•73 HONOa' 125. _ 

; f»on comes with 2 1.. 

! A fter s p.m.. 3*2-5530._ 

1*6-8475 1973 KAWASAKI~ 750. OFFERS I 
Phone Jonn, room 304-aac. 477-6981 
I after 6 p.m. , _ 


PAMUS 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 
'Where Good Music Begins 
1108 Bianshard St. 


GO% CO 
2 hatfwtt. 


2 ONLY _ 

Used HAMMOND ORGAN pipers. ‘-73 ©1750 SUZUKI. GOOO CONDI- 
automatic rhythm, dancing chords, tktn. SI.200 or best offer. Will con- 

•SCOTT P1AN0 and ORGAN. John- 650 YAMAHA CUSTOM METAL 
son at Blansnard, 3*4-4623. Make oaint, must se'l this week 

38t 58H7 


*300 


Phone• 


EXPERIENCED GARDENER 
will keep yards beautiful. $6 oer 
hour or monthly contract. 478-6*16. 


INTERIOR—EXTERIOR 
10 years experience, very reason¬ 
ably. Call Alexander £95-5261_ 
GARDENERS INTERIOR _ AND 
rAferior. painting and decorating. 
-—‘ 479-2785. 


canlra 3C4-S20 View SI . 3M-6I01 

<0 Bl NIX ESS PERSONALS 

!• ITS HERE 


Master Chart!* 

2955 Douglas ___ Q_ _ 

!IS" ioeakars. Raven copy E.B. 2 good condition, 

Member of Victoria HUDAC bass with case 2 speaker columns. 477-2153. 

2 Shore mikes, miscailanebus - „ ri .__ ___ 

'wires. Otters. 383-69*6 after 5 p.m. 74 TRIUAAFM 650 CHOPPER. 

—■—_ ^ 1-970 Triumph 650, *1400 for both 

BEAUTIFUL BLUE FENDER nr test offer, call Dan 3*2-5349. 
Stra«c^as*er gpitar Birds Eye - — 

Maple neck. Also imp with rev 1’75 SUZUKI 
and tremolo. Mint condition. *1,000 


JUBILEE BUILDING 
SUPPLIES Ltd. 


I 382-37*6 or 4 


ROYAL CITY DRAPERY AND 

Interiors custom made draperies, 
residential and commarciai, Gorg# 
and David St. 388-3636. 


(•laps and (Hazing 


Mquss Collectables, qualify used - 
_ w _,—--,2SS5—SJSn-' turnishliVgs plus Arts and Crafts 
EXPERT PAINTING REASON. AAavket. Sat In good all yaar 
able rates, fret estimates. 477-0*76. round, not just summer, walk In 
traffic area, excellent itewntown \ 
parking. An alternative in down . 
town Shopping. Rent ter space in 1 


UNIVERSITY STUDENT, 6XPE- 
rienced painter. $4.50 per hour. 
Meticulous. 3*2-2*54. 


lights, heat, 574 Cuidutfel Rd. 


SPFX1AI. PRICES! 

Jann-Air Ranges 
Sub-Zero Refrigerators 
Waste Kina Dish washers 
Diamond Kitchen Cabinets 
OPEN SATURDAY 10-3 P.M 


complete. Duncan, 748-9815. 
GIBSON L 
and deluxe . _ . 

Marshall and Hlwatt 
reads. All excellent 
558-7*41. 


500. 3,000 MILES. 

_ extras. *1.100 or 

it offer. 595-8244. 


K. J. KAWASAKI 
2940 DOUGLAS 
3*5-0323 DL-01836A 


... watt 

condition. , 77 hODAKA 100CC MX. LESS 1 
than 10 hours running, not raced, 
mint condition. *600 firm. 478-3271. 


Dressmaking 


SOMERSBY 


PAINTING INSIDE AND OUT. , oidg. insurance, bldg, taxes, bur 
General repairs. Fraa estimates. ,glar alarm system, grw*> office and 
Reasonable. 475-4446. coffa# *r*a. plus *500 per month 

— — , a^ouo advertising sc homo—all ln- 

RELIABLE PAI NTING AND ;c|uSivc SPBC#S available from 1x7 

_ _ __ ganaral raoalrs. Guarantaad work, for $70 monthly, larger spaces 

EXPERIENCED DRESSMAKER tnr pr * # 9s*lm*t*s, 3*3-4757. available up to approx. 20x20. Ideal 

X?f%.“5 , wSi: mSSU’X'SX' B? oont mIa-Tfo. «*«. 

saSfWaWBnm • car. 

fabrics available, phone 3*4-4711. 388-6645 3*6-0712 dentlal Painting bv Sam Burrow**, already complete, for information 

- - ■—-- - j- —--—-- — ■ ■- Harold Simpson. 3*5-7820. 3*67057. 1 call 3*4-325*. 

ALTERATIONS. MEN'S AND WO ^ WINDOWS _ - _■-I-I 

rh ._ a - wn(v , L i ft aiumlnum alnala «**? U AL 1 T Y LONELY9 WRITE EMILY QUEST 

Chanoe_w°°d ^to a^lnym, Nngi* work, Alber t. 3M-5651 _ Friendship Bureau. Confidential. 

Plaxieren -- -- 1J50 SQ. 

„ , --- 'DIVORCE PAPERS. DOCU 'reJntereint 

Handymen COLEMAN PLASTERING ments, manuacripts etc , expertly an 


luldutMl R_. - 

(Opposite Town G Country 
next to Mac Donates Bakery) 


JUST ARRIVED HO m OA CT 7 o, msed twice. 135 

s# * hfW.KAVVAl .GRAND original miles, city and trail, must 

..II « ill nna 



. .. c i 1575 MX 100, NEW MOTOR, EX-; 

in c*H*nt condition, lots of extras 

L *5i qulcfc. M3-194*. _ 

I BROOKLANDS MOTORCYCLES 
HARLEY-OAVISON—HONDA 
537 Fort DL-1271 3*3 5576 


. and FIARFIELO Musk.. 72* 


Regulation, repalrlrw, rebuilding. 


ALSO - OPEN SATURDAYS 
541 Davtid St 3*3-4233 


llrlng, 

9256 condIMon, many 

STEINWAY M GRAND FIA^IO. [ 
eomplate restored, also oak player 1970 TRIUMPH, 
piano. Allison Plono, *25 Fort, condition. 

3*4-3535 __ 656-4575. 


UZUKI 100 ENDURO, MINT 
1550 

592-0574. _ 

excellent' 

$1500. or best otter 


6X6X6—6 GAGE WANTED: PIANO FOR YOUNG 1 197F YAMAHA 730. MINT COND' 
value Si«0. Make family, prefer smaller American ■ tion. Ben helmet. *2300 , 386-1*04 i 

_______ _ __ __ __ ... 6x8x16 concrete or Canadian uoright. must be In after 4. 

,_ E HANDYWA wTenvicF' 1 ^ >1 ^ ** r **' ** "*• a*aw n»««. m# ir,. _ wg t., IOC «a, M o.w <o uM3U-nx__ i ltH TYm -, N0 - mio 

1XPFRT ORYWALLING HONEST aenerai leoour and hauling STUCCO ANO PLASTER PATCH i CARD READING IN DEPTH I T3 PIECES OF 7" X \T X » 2 YEAR OLD L 1 SAGE PIANO. Trials very lew lours Musi oe 
and raasonabl* 30647314 475-5*19. mg Jo veers experience. 477-16*1 452-1765 Nr (drassad) Offer*. 656-4340 excellent condition. *1,300. 642-5*13 seen 383-8407 ^ 


1 find that drinking la 
very beneficial. It cer 
tamly removes warts and 
pimples. Sot from me. but 
from those I have to look 
at - Jackie tlleaaon. 

Today 's declarer needed 
something to guide him in 
the play of the minor suit* 
Ulliatfefly for him. he noted 
only the length and 
strength in diamonds and 
he wound up with a mess of 
warts and bwtplet. 

. Iteclarer won the first 
spade and quickly led the 
seven of diamonds. His 
reasoning w as that the dia¬ 
monds were longer than 
the club* and might there¬ 
fore produce more tricks 
West ducked the ace and 
the seven went to East's 
queen East returned a 
spade in WaaTa act, tbs 
suit was cleared and there 
was no longer any way to 
make nine tricks. Should 
declarer have played his 
clubs before his diamonds 

No. that's not the 
answer The diamond play 
at trick two is correct 
However, declarer should 
have remembered the bid¬ 
ding West's opening bid 
moot surely placed the ace 
of diamonds and declarer 
should have used that vital 
information. 

After winning the first 
spade, declarer should 
lead a diamond and. when 
West ducks, declarer 
should go up with dummy ’s 
king nf West wins the 
diamond ace and leads an¬ 
other low spade, the game 
will fail). 

Wfcaa this holds «as 
expected', the scene now 
shifts to the other minor 
The club eight us led and 
finessed to West s king, but 
now the defense is help¬ 
less 

West clear* the spade* 
and waits with his ace of 
diamonds, but it turns into 


NORTH FlU 
4 .IT 
t l* 

♦ K I • * 

♦ W * l 

HEAT FAST 

4 A 9*43 4**2 

9qM 9 .18 4*3 

♦ a* ♦ Q 4 2 

4 k 4 2 ♦ * S 

sot TM 
4 K Q IS 

♦ K 1« V 

♦ 73 

4 A I |8 5 T 


Vulnerable La»t-We«t. 
Dealer West. The bidding 


k«l Narlh Test 


Itevth 

3 NT 


Opening 

spades. 


lead Four of 


a long \ ait. Declarer takes 
four clubs, a diamond, two 
spades and two hearts tn 
chalk up his nine tricks 
before West gets in to taka 
the rest 

The longer suit Is not 
always best. It always 
pays to count the winners 
and then select a plan that 
is consistent with the bid¬ 
ding 

Bid with Cora 

South holds 


4 i r i 

♦ A 8 

♦ K II* 9 * 6 

♦qii 


rv • 

An a war Two no trump. 
More constructive than a 
bid of three diamonds 
since a no-trump gam* 
may be the best spat. 














































































































































































































































DAILY COLONIST, Vic ton*. B.C., Thun., March 16, 1978 


U) 

SO BOATS and MAH INK 

Fresh Trades 

] 7Vi' Hourston 

I —Hardtop 

—SS Johnson Elec 
galvanized Trailer 

$5495 


18' Songster 
—140 M*rcruis*r 
—F.W.C 
-Full Canvas* 

—Trailer w-brakm, power 
’ winch 

$4895 

14' Fiberform Delta 

—SO h.p. Merc. elec. 

—7.5 Mercury 
—Trailer, tiownrlgger 

$3195 


'w BOATS and MAHLNK |W BOATS and MARIA t. >1 


FTBMTURli 




WATCH 

for the 1S78 • 

K & C's 

Coming Soon at 

MERCURY 

MARINE 

800 Cloverdale 
385-1457 


m 


"It'j Tie Service 
That Sett U* Apart' 1 

BAYUN ER 
HOURSTON 
GLASSCRAFT 

JOHNSON outboards 
VOLVO — OMC 
SlenvdrivM — Trailers 
Accessories 

AU at 

GIBSON 

PowermB Centre Ltd. 
2530 Gov't St. (Near Bay) 

_382-8291 _ 

CLEARANCE 


SANGSTER COHO. SOLI 
♦rash water cooled. 14 

- hours. 






\ CAMPER 

1 •^tric~stertccmpjatf wWi H# 1 U 
j e r, tike new. *3400. O.8 . O. 444-1741 
YACHT OWNERS CHARTER 

I POOL. M or, new liftings - 

Power or sell. 342 4431 


fj MAnRESSES 


TV. snnJIEO. RADIO 
SALES mad SERVICE 


INVEST IN THE BEST 

INVEST IN REST 

B. F. Goodrich loom rubber I 
metireaaaa guaranteed for 20 

• ‘ *- - - - - - ‘Tew. 


MISCELLANEOUS 
FOR SALE 


"Sound Is Everythin*'' 

i .--riaiT,: --,i. „».■ Op* n ' fil 9 Njflhtly 

—rs—^‘weight B Ivina teen support the full i y#t ^ m,. rrbdt 1 

IF A a TE O .MM.OjamV.ja ggji »TX‘ 11 Z!!l 


A Mcpncp boot, Cbarfor, 


IS BOAT ANO TRAILER. S 
i motor. U0C or offirs. 47»l47i 




hvgenlt — - 

_ ... _ fir# re" "dent ticking. 

tr sijf — 4*4" %}n — Queen. 
ITTt — King, iwt Box springs to 
match. Polvfosm . 

SStnP' 


AIBCKAn 


PolvfoRm mattress topper 
single M.S5. doubt* *11.11: 

_*14. King *17.71 Anglo Iron 

b - 


- GREGG FURNITURE 

1974 7300 OouglPS 344-7345 


Spring Sale 


Chorgox - - 

Color TVs Stereos 

Panasonic Full Lino 

Hi Fi Epuipment 
Technics 
Dynocb/Dynakit 
Harmon Kordon 
JBL - Bolivar 
Speakers Special 


BARGAIN 

ANNEX 

(Lower Main Floor of 
STANDARD FURNITURE) 

NEW & USED 
CLEARANCE 

; New coffee 


MISCELLANEOUS 
FOR SALK 


MISCELLANEOUS 
FOR SALE 


Continental 

Quits 


"usfS 


MlbCF.LLA N EOU 8 
FOR SALE 


CLASSES IN 


MUST BE SOLD 

Kitchen Aid 

Diahwaahert $380.00 

Kelvtnator Range 
(avoo) $486.00 

Kelvinator telf-c leaning 
range. White $500.00 

Odd headboard* queens ize 
Reg. to $300 

, Single headboards. | MlinNfl _ 

and cocktail a* tow as $ 10.00 tri&e °* 2 » 

Re*. J1SM19 PAddKl headboard* - 
TO CLEAR i»x, a. low a. S 11.00 Sin 


its*, uwvmtia ivw wrp rv 

*559. Hide-a-beds »tt to $279. Drop 
, *rrn lov* sea* Jl4f. Wooden rock- 

i&fsSlVRnjfa 

*99 and *149. 4-Pca. Dining toll* 
*32*. Ouncan Phyfo drop loaf tabio 
iUt to *27«. Sot* of 4 dining chaTr* 
W to *219. Round reek maple 
tabl# and 4 choir* Utt Chino cao 
n*4* *99 to *299. Tuffot* *49 to 
*199. Bunk boda »1B9 and $349 ain- 

•rirtifiSi's-wSre 

drawers iff to *1*9. Drgaaor* U9 
to $la». Hoovor weaker spin-dr ver 
*119. Portable dryer *129. Tele- 


STAINED 

GLASS 


1030 Pandora AvO. 


I AIRCRAFT FOR S 

S&jBiiTl. 

transponder long range tank*, 
super fro*, wheels and lloet* ax- 
cel lent condition, tummer dock 
Elk Lake Asking *9.000. Phooe 
M3-*»11 dev*n**-n03 evening* - 

.Gv.^oetK-cOMeLerr 3i£,S? 

with Roan. Offar*. 74*-1079. _ DAY. —“ Margntr Receiver, $3 49. Sony Re- 

fH SPORTING GOODS I DODD'S Furniture C o?'Xc*i S Rec#i l Ser, t 2 n.fXn*(A am- New teak nest of tables AlTMmpB at least 30 per tlVjora'WMait an? 

cr*i^jrv»sr*SffiS5 , 'i r*k « rmt «iUi>k »ssr» K .« 

MODERN STYLE-BEIGE DAM- -Movin' trouble Endin' time? We 1 
' 9*0 Chaw-. JIM | ere open 10 til 9 Monday-Friday 


._. dryer' *lW Yel* | Dough*, 3*44 421 **'* LW " 

CSS IIS* fi? m.’vSnw !>««€ «ABA«I SALE 

i'^rj r s ulrvwrcsr 

$100.00 L&,, «y ^n . 


OR. FROST FREE . 

vhjvl 3 position re- screen*. .«• ua» •ttwunm, »iw 
L...°Y^? t V ,ff t d firm. dishes. »ewing machine, • 

AdnUraf contfnuou* MM movie prolector end mlsie*- 


—free, radio*. 
„ .. atalnfoM steel alnk 
fitting*, efumlnum wlnoow 
14* baa* accordion. *130 


r_ - 1U» CLEAR $W-K5 as tow a* $ 11 00 d**^ range *100; Frioidalr* frldoe layout 

open Used red telephone. t»We Chegt » rfiel(ii » t0 50iff’fjknSSg! fWpS'"28S super 

r.__ttjsrj*l?>»“ w 930 »»^:Lrs 




a*x cheaterfk 



Like new kitchen tebie andI dhalr*. j sat. 10^ p m. 

r , .r?“.i“n 5 sr ! .^r Independent Buyers 

__ Discount Service Ltd. 

-. 939 "C" 
Esquimalt Road 


TO CU2AR $55 single matt* and 


>39.9*. 


back Sklar 


r chlT 


T, 100 ... 

UTTY_^w*n Volvo* *17.99* 
USED BOATS 

ir Giaipiy Cutty 00495 

—ilNELL EXPRESS Slafi 


condition. Qpan to offer*. 44HWX 
COLON IAA CHCSTfWFIELO ANp 
choir, horpl. Almoat new. M00 



SUPER SPECIAL 

Digest Books end 

24' RElNELL EXPRESS Mats Rag. Speclei , 10Q ijfciund sectioned roee colored nylon 

HORWOOD Marine W br oad arT^ 38M439 c iI?n yi-,. < »,«. ^ 

123 PAN DORA _ TM Ui SI | u- — ^ ^ 4/7-0440. 

D J YACHTS ly * mm 

EXCEPTIONAL QUALITY. 19fl ‘ 
jj Brandi meyr 1(7 beem, 1975 
Cfh* 475 FWC C*. VHF, Veeps 5. 

Boot House avollebie. Asking only 

- 3,895 --* - s. Siooo, 4 h.p. Come in end aee how you can get 

' Heed Sleep* • B.C f 100 Free. The oldest d.v« 

- ‘tore to *hoe. We've been ln_ business. the 


Used eas>' chair $391 base only ; $139.00 

New Colonial and tables Queen matts and ba*e 

Reg- $97 only $219.00 

TO CLEAR $79 Vila* Dining Room 
Used Mediterranean oof a 1 furniture clearing 
and chair $499 All picture* Up to 


ovisacs 


3 It-42*4 



fftapri RMMI 


Lead Beiiot F.G. .1 


I Johnson OB. Galley. . _ 

4. Owner anxioue fo agll. Offer* 


longest In Wee tern Canada, 
for pur- mu*t bt a reaaon. 


or more formation please corv- 


A COMPLETE STOCK OF 

FIBERGLASS 

AND 

EPOXY 

MATERIALS 

Z SPAR 

MARINE PAINTS 

428 E. Burnside 

VICTORIA 


38k 1*11 


Joyce Omlld or Don Whlta 
Bosun s Marine 434-3191 
Randy Boyle 
Qgfc Bey Marine 

Mercury - Honda 

OUTBOARDS 

DOUBLE EAGLE 
SILVERLINE 

BOATS 

MULLINS MARINE 

SALES LTD 

925 Y»t« St. M0365A 
382-4515 



J tc RADIO UEADfcOJ.RO »ED- 
rwn miiir «« u MylwMt 
tjox soring and mattrees *175: Roll 
away cor *40. Mel's Bergems. 

3-i60 Quadra, 3*4-3152. Cnaroe* 
avi table. _I 

UPHOLSTERY 

QmUv ..wkiAAnjAIR NOTE 

FrM in-hom# Talcum ^ M . 


RENT 
TO OWN 

1978 20" 

ELECTROHOME 

COLOR TV 


I alto available, 

7412 3 %*ar lOOsTviirranfv on all part*, | 
labour and plctura tuba. Call 


_RB RARE FIND, >0 PIECE 

_mental European haaw solid 

_oak dining room suite with buried 

. _ oood walnut fronts. Table 4 chelrs, 

dinette suite china cabinet, buffet, and serva' 
A reel must see. Marble docks e<< 
i JC percent off regular price*. Fi¬ 
nancing available Q.A.C also 
Chargax and AAaatar Charge 
Petra Place 19 mins, from town, 
10 from Woo I co, 7*4 Gold* tream 
47t-6000. 

'LARGE QUANTITY OF GOOD 
used ceramic mold* Complete 
cannister set* lamo. etc Will sell 
at good loi pri.e or seoaretaiy. 
■ Also, large selection of greenware 
Many new items. Our Hut Ce- 
1 ramies and Suophd*. 4775 Old 
Lakt Cowlchan Rd. Noon lo 5 p.m. 

Used daveno and Baft beds Panasonic 26" remote $949.00 TnWPr AntQ i? boat? lawn mowerT 
from $100, Vila* Beds. 3’3 M fcnd queen-, ‘ UVVC 

new S'SxlI’S oval braided clearing T |J,iST W* pXiSwI? RtfST: icolor tv? Black and wnu# tv 

rugs Reg. $99 ; Odd occasional— [caKe. Marking incl. W; 

TO CLEAR $39 1 up to 30 percent off 0n< b » Jro ^ ^ttea from *209 1 r *f ,i0 misceiianaous 

Carpet »aTpie* — TWO bedroom suites 

. f 25c to $1.00 , 

Swag lamp* — 


New teakwall units 

Reg. $155 
TO CLEAR $69 


50 per cent off — 

Brass beds queen size $398.00 
Panasonic 20’’ TV/ $499.00! 


Brentwood 


SALE SALE SALE 
Our eireedy low price* are re- 
duced --— 


RIFLES—PISTOLS— 
SHOTGUNS 

Handloading Equipment 
BUY SELL-TRADE 
574 Yates St. 


once seen. 
Axiom Antigue* 
HW214. 


CITY CENTRE TV 

OPEN 10 A.M. • 9 P.M. 

‘ D *^ EEK ' 

Next to K Mart in the Mail 


CHESTERFIELD, ARM CHAIR, 
$150; dinette set $120. dask *140. 
leather chair S13S. 54" mattress, 
almost new. Oqj^ soring, tram# 
*110. 3*94192. W _ 

_3K-2422 ay. D to oSt E 5»- 8 t rtl« < V<l *rX 

;— --—— inshed in den ttain, like new con- 

iiltion. *400 Queen size Sealv bed 

RIMPAC DIVERS Ltd ,r *™ *“ ^ 



'handcrafted teak or wal- 


386-7814 382-1928 


DOUBLE EAGLE 
CAMPION 

JOHNSON - ROAD RUNNER 


6a/. 


M trhqU 

mmrin* Ud. 


NATIONAL 
BOAT SALE8 LTD. 

aoeowtuwaire«n<wd *<*-••. a.G 
VBL2PI Tai («Mig*»JMa 
ANO ALSO AT 


SALES AND SERVICE 
Cornar Harbour 
and Ratthaven 
454-72*4 SIDNEY 
OPEN 9 5:30 TUESDAY-SUNDAY 


McQUADE s . 
MARINE SUPPLY 


ducad while in-store stock lasts. 
Warehouse cleerance sale: Fr'dav. 
March 17 and Saturday, March ll. 
For details look tor our display ad 
March 14, 17, 1*. 

1252 Wharf St. 3*4-4543 



RENT - COLOR TV 

•» • water dtvnln _nut Ta'blnetv and too teblas, K, r « B 'microwa^a overts* l lia*'Cook. 

*am SCU^nSTSSr rnnT.. JIJS? Ant,Q,m ' 73" black ano WMi T i ^lNO 

SL-S MATC^IWsETT-RicUN. ™ «*"' « 

Gulf islands arary day during Ing cna.r Ottoman (brown nauoa- 
E.bfiar Holiday*. CaH the shop at hyde), excellent duality, good con- 



chair, 

*'• ftfij ' 

BLACK VINYL COUCH” AND 
two chair* with footstool Ir 
condition *70. Plus mlac#Ik 
Items. 344-02*4. 


3*4402 


Cues end Accessories 

FOOSRALL Ya»UEJ 
Factory ta you—and *aval 
— $17 KC. 


QUEEN SIZED WATERBED. 
complete with better and frame, 
brand new, Open to otters. 
3*4-5140. _ 


; FOR SALE TWIN BED. 5_DRAW- 
1 sr dreeser peecock chelr, # 

- _ litem* oractlc*itv brand new. Call 

KELVIN RD. <f2-9S33 aftar 4 p.m. 



YACHT SALES 


NEAR NEW *Y BY 9' PLAAAORE OLDER TYPE BEDROOM SUITE, 
pool table with all accassorlas. *125; older type cheserflald and 
replacement cost *1,050; esklno chair. *75. Call after 
5/00. Phone 592-3534 evening* 4-7 --* 

p.m. _ _ 


3*5-7304. 


4 S1ROKE HONDA 


__ - . Nibble. 

ALL BAY MARINA 
2234 HARBOUR RD. 


— ---——'ROLL AWAY BED AND 

MUST SELL FAARMER JOHN mattress. *45 Confinantal single 
I wet suit and two host regulator.: M( j w ;th Saaiv mettrass. $50. 

S 3444177;_j 3*3.36*1. 

.100 LB. SEARS VINYL COATED 
weight on#_ barbell, two dumb-! 


SSSfSKfrtCnid- 


ffR^PSL.^ 1 


ITM 


23 CHANNEL, USB, 
aerial, 54* coax. 99S- S224. 

NEW TOKAI CB* 
converter 454-1014. 


LSB, 


RADIO ANO 


GROCKRIEA. MEAT 
and PRODUCE 


umiiAms 

quality ta* at* m taet si. 

sssssts — mam - 
GRADE "A" FREEMH4 BBEF 
Sides—$1.15 lb. Hind*—$1.29 lb. 
Full Baron $1.19 lb. 

Cut. Wrapped end Frozen 
Price oar pound Increase due to 
trim bone. etc. 


SCOTCH MEAT *FECIALTIE* 

--- -..... —---., months *ld! f queen, complete Black puddingwnealll* tuMnn, 

> n<yib >iCi40. *4^44. _ with heeter. $125. Before Monday, haggis, slklno sausage, Scotch 

jlBn H-voR 4f-watt generator. SKI EQUIPMENT R>R «A UE,k* 11 --- ■ -- mM PARLIAMENT MEWS 

--.tTTjT.,- ,*kll»,jkl pools. bir<j.nfls and boot*. S EALY MATTRESS ANO BOX $»*.%-2» AAanzIe# St. 30-1411 

beat offer. 477-4129. I spring, double, ^d ' J — ——- 


LADIES WET SUIT. S'. 110 LBS., | tlon^ ** ^ JkS-lTtra g wr *. | sidM^r.V^Tca'bSSy'bS^.' 140 

Open 4 d^a-Cl^ii Mondays $75. 47*-47 40._DIN ING ROOM , SUITE, ,7 a F' c E CE , b ° gyg.tl.OS lb._ _ 

MUST SELL - HAVE OTHER Ji|£ F, lh£27 SCOPE ' 
boat — 50' Farro Scnooner ex- or> ® saa* 0 ". w-aez/. 


ERTA MEAT MARKET 


BRAND NEW 

TANZER 


iikq; solid pine, excellent. 721-3604 Sean- Hlnd q^rterg $1.29 lb. 
’ | lets-_l Coat par pound inern 


SfliT «* camera*, snrviJE* 1 j 

■ SAILBOATS IN STOCK I•JJJJ’.* SSLl?flSSfi 11 ” F,thtr '' 

. Davxa "Saliawav" siO.fCO m » n> Wharf, victoria. _ | 

7.5 Metre deluxe "Sana- 
wav" $14,995 DIESEL 

Deluxe "Sailaway" $11,200 votvo 4. 30' Monk 


ease# dug to 


and PHOTO FINISHING *200 344-4727. 


, SraA P E^ECTRI^^CAN^A * ,100 ° 100 MISCELLANEOUS 

iH£r£ c Vj£ ' ™ a SALE 

4 or home. ■j-^QAiir ci acu ai tn tue uil ■”'-r 


the sack. Phone 6 


at 

BOB WHYTE MARINE 
Selesta rvd^Ser vi ew* 

orner Harbour and Re*thaven 


equipped. Priced at *24 
Doris, office 344-4394 or 
-0953. 


477- 


SEL 


,1-RETIRED UPHOLSTERER 
_y*r* your chair withi your ma¬ 
terial, $45 labour. 47 4-12*2- _ FOR 


Von Isle Marina 

BROKERAGE 

Vacuum gumo oil changes, com¬ 
plete line of filters. Open / cays e 
week. 4-5 p.m. . i 

VAN ISLE MARINA CO. LTD- } 19' 

Tee hum Harbour raany extras. 

454-1134 Box 2130 Sidney. B.C . sounder, $75. 595-1472. 


1971, IS**" HURSTON OLAS-'SUN 

tcreft. 50 Merc. Roadrunner trail-■ L»._ e {* 
tr. t*o tenke, rodholders, lifaiack- EW. T , 
ets, $2500 . 474-4491 ._I 

1974 FIBREGLASS THUNDIR-j DOWNTOWN 


TABLE. IN 


uuu UT JVIWI Duum, runy cuuiuucu 

. tor racing end cruulng. Excellent > 

1 condition. 3*2-40-10. 11475 Douglas^ 


APRIL 6 14. TH^ COST! COFFEE 

_ INCLUDING LUNCH, cel lent sheL-. — 

»T COME FIRST SERVED, cere callers only 
LY REGISTRATION IS AD- w.Fac " 

ED. TICKETS AVAILABLE *OUMO^ 

- STORE ONLY. j w»; !«» » i «~T cl 

Sypp'y 


SALE. CHEST TYPE 


—pZ freezer 21 cu.’ ft., McClory rgfri- 
- gerator, 130 Bass accordlan. Lazy- 


TABLE 


I with leer wtmt, 

I new. *350. 345-2519. 


! fion, A 79-4609 or 344-l*31 
FULLY AUTOMATIC DRYER. 


FISHERMAN'S SPECIAL 
Brendimevr, *0 ho. Merc, 
Mi - Portable 


I 9-5:30 


RAG HAULERS 

HUI — 24' R#wson, all glass con 
-.traction, 9.9 Chry elec, start en¬ 
gine. ilb, ienoa, main and spin- 
aker. Propane stove with oven. 
C B. radis. 

Full Value for only S10.5G0.00 


SPRING SPECIAL 
GOOD UNTIL APRIL FIRST 
Tune-ups and overhauls to ai 
make* and models. 

SIDNEY OUTBOARDS 

2520 BEACON AVE. 

SIDNEY, B.C. 454-3221 

MERCURY DEALER 

New end Used Motor* 


Sit, 


... _ x _ CONDI 

asking I4.1&0. Moored Schoo 
ner Cove, Parksvlll*. 

/23-2*49, Port Albernl. 


HOURS 

THURS. AND FRI. 9-9 

uOmford store - 

NOW OPEN 

400 COLDSTREAM AVE. 

OAK BAY STORE 
srrw> ALSO NOW OPEN 

P hSte 1 1047 °* k Ave . 592>3122 


7k a ir a l|L. rULUT 

chairs Ilk# 4 . hta j temperature (Frioldelre), 

F- _ fast flow dry, like new, will toer, 

MAPLE BUNK BEDS, antee. Excellent condition. $u>. 
Wd rail ladder. 342-0711, 344-9943. 


1443 mattreeee*. guara reg, iwmi,i 
complete $40. 59^2041 after 5. 1 


CHESTERFIELD AND vn^.n. ■ -t-..---- i.^ —---- - - mi—ii, nrnl i« 

!! 2 Lm co »s-«c ru ®' ‘ ""“"iffin?.* ««o irsjs^jsr 

s ----- 3*5-4512. Set. and Sun. 11 em. 


32' BOAT HULL, 0 CYLINDER 
David Browp dle«e! engine, Ini 
water, $1500. May be seen at 345 
Gorge Rd. West attar 4 p.m. 


dig photo 


lJf PLYWOOD RUNABOUT WITH 
cabin on It* oan frailer, complete 
with 11 h.p. Johnaon molor, $350. 
477-0414. 



Everything you'll ever need 
... photogrphioartly that is! 


ir HOURSTON HARDTOP. IN- 
board-ouiboard, 145 Merc, Iwlth 
trailer, sounder and CB. $4400. 


DEMONSTRATION 

Yefhlce-Contax demonstration with 
factory rapreentehye to anewer 

Labe. 41$ 


115 HORSE MOTOR, $1250 wk - , -. v 

nearest offer 7Vj horse Honda .I/SL S /li, 

boat motor, $400. Phone etter 5, IP' 4 ! 3 ?: C< * 

EAST COHS 1 I VPC DORIES I »<•» «. 1 _?EL-- 

Heavy Gauge weldM aluminum 1 WANTED: DOUBLE ENDED WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHERS 

Halls — Beeutita! rough water sail'b^t, must bp In gee# condi. Wa art looking for th* bast in Vlc : 
boats - Rowing and cower model* r«| v to Vitoria Press Box tori.. Highest ratg. paid, 
on display. 1 371 Photo Inc. 477 - 0222 . 

ALL BAY MARINA — - • _ Wl —^ ;. ult . 

7234 HARBOUR RD. COPPERTONE ALCOHOL STOVE. 4X5 VIEW CAMERA WITH 


Central 


_ HOUSEHOLD ITEMS, _SOME 

CHAIR . 1 furniture, book# and records, and 
--- miacallaneous 


FREE DELIVERY 

Come and Browse Around 

Trade-Ins Accepted 

CREDIT TERMS 
AVAILABLE 

737 YATES 
382-5111 


:5S 


article*. 344-4297. 


nff 


up to 50 percent 
LOTS MORE 

CONTINENTAL | :** & •* ** . 
FURNITURE 

716 Johnson 386-2458 


L>«GE. heavy counter 

Fri 7 n¥.iTa Tin, with shelve*, stained flnl»h, would 
Hiri ng wit lh eH apartment ideal workbench. Alto Soar 

amenities. Garden plot* available. i» n cabinet radio, 151 workino 


Country* H< 


machine. 


tan cabinet radio, 151 working. 

23* Verdter Ave. at W. Saanich I pS^SSJ*"* 

Re*. Mgr. Mr. MacWod 452-3437 1 
-Ty Lt3T 344-9941 


59 


MOPFflT 


3JTM ANNIVERSARY SALE 
NOW ON 

10 TO 30 PER CENT 
OFF EVERYTHING 
Except industrial sales end re- < 
pair a 


Vaaa 


388-6228 

840 FORT ST 


ACTIVE FURNITURE 

SB# DAVID 388-8274 

FREEZERS 

JUST ARRIVED 
(2.months early) 

SAVE MONEY 

-*CT ‘ 


KILSHAWS 

1115 FORT STREET 

AUCTIONS 
Friday ot 7 
Appraisals 

for 

Insurance and Sale 
Purposes 

384-6441 


COMPLETE NEW PING PONG 
•; table; 4-Man tee pee trailer, sma'l 
: (ridge,- 30“ bathroom vanity; new, 
3x1? circular above ground poo'. 
1 two 9x’2 carpet* and min 
721-3739. 

FRIDGE. 12 CU. FT., $75. SPFFD 
Queen weiher end dryer, $100 
each. Unique dining tabla. 3 ’jx/, 
solid wood and 4 chairsi efter-. 
Three single box sprint 
mattresses and frame, *' 

1 479-0251 


rinqs an 
$10 aacr 


9 PlEC^ WALNUT TWIN BED 
room suite only $379, walnut tea 
wagon $uv also a qood selection of 
sterling stiver, older style fum, 
fure etc., efc. Gvp*y Caravan An- 
tigues~*S| Herald St. 


Will George 

Woodworking 

IS MOVING 


RIGA 

- UPHOLSTERY 


BUY DIRECT FROM BOX CAR 
4 cu. ft. *220. 

12 cu. ft. *214 

14 cu. ft. - 

19 cu. ft; 

23 co. ft. *329 cutting* gn_ 

tE*MS AVAILABLE ~ Phon* pneed to clear: 

.524274 end i)lact your order. March 15th-19th, 9:00-5:00 

1 -- . Gbrbblly. Rd. 


S? L " assortment of various wood 
,1309 cutting* pod related mlac. Item* 


DRAPERY AND FABRIC 
SPECIALS 


DEMONSTR 
end scratch! 
applience*. 


33 DAYS OF BUSINESS LEFT 
all stock must be cleared, lots of 
baroelns. open to offers, to clear 
stock. Morgen Agencies, 330 Mar 
gold, corner w. Burnside. 

9:30-5:30. 47968BI. __ 

GARAGE SALE. SATURDAY^ 
March 14th, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., odds 
and ends, macrame beads, etc., 
wool, woman'* clothing# extra 
larqe . 452 Prong .__ 

*4 PRICE SPECIALS 

On Ores***, end winter coats, for 2 

- only, other greet bargain-, 

- Shop 904 D 


ITRATOR, DISPLAY weeks only, other grei 
itched Sunbeam and oster Esquimau Economy 

-a*. Greet values on lawn Esquimalt Rd. 342-4312. 

Reupholaterv of furniture - Boat* we have twin spreads R*«. *24.95 ! mowers, gne# clippers, mix , . p r e a pt cm a kcm op ~ v a r 

— Campers etc. now *19 95 each masters with dough hooks, frying I laroe craftsman shop vac- 

MARCH SPECIAL ^ 'pans, heavy duty blender*, irons, SP'jMlLJ* Momeilfe Chainsaw, 

20% off "American Fabric*" or Alu> go»ihl* sereed Rea. * 110 . now. loesfar*. »*ow cookers , and ^n *40. 47P-7294. ___ 


20% off "American Fabrics" or *tso double spread Reg. *130. now 
choose from In stock fabr-c from ,99 
*4.95 yd. -r visit ua n Market So | 

For oairrA*. w»» oil gSSS ~T.*M *"*" 

343-7621 or 344^413 eves ^ 


CONSTRUCTION SHED, DEVI 
cut off saw, diamond drill 


Etiorrs 


OW.Y roll.Ki; “J" gSf Siteh-oi cZt,. US', 

f com. m or gmi'Mw IS&iTEw £,ii&4 iS38? ££i *»>, . 

•TY.... »» DOOEIm S’. ,,^, r ^ „, Uf oh6M 3K.2«. Sll.lcd.no „™U*-«l 0 ,bOC»oA<. 

ll-R-crlb, *40; ioltr iumpe- 


meet* 

Drapary. 
1342-4323. 342-2761 


CHILDREN’S 

MlSCELLANEOrs 


749 Vi#w St. 


HOME 

AFFLIANCE 

CCNTRB 


PS 

2105 DOUGLAS 
STOF SHOFF 
PLASTIC FRO 
Piaafks. 


"THE FLASTIC SHOF" 

' UGLAS IT., 3*4-1477. ONE 
‘TFPING FOR ALL 
RODUCTS. Industrie! 


I 709 JOHNSON | 

IS OUR NEW PERMANENT 

DOWNTOWN 


.... - .- . *10; b*ckp#ct 

8 ; Stroll-R<rlb $40; ioWr Iumpe 
, ectivity centre $4; playgym J' 
(BROWNIE MOVIE CAMERA, £ 4 " oox soring and mattress $2_ 
«5.00, wood trwned window*, fiogr poliJher. *10; ml«celanaou* 
S^* rs ', ^ t A«5*BF9» C.8. * 1 25.00,; enwgran's toy* and #cces*o^e*. 
Porcelin kitchen sink-tape 512.00, 654-8997. 

match cover collection <25.00. ----- . • ■ r~-—rtr^r.- 

‘594-4592. CRIB STROLLER, CARRIAGE 

mm ghdi f i table. 


[UNIVERSAL TRAOING U CENT RE SSSSSa "cWtS*; 
544 Johnson, Upstairs INarohouaa. I toys. mlsc. 452-3402. 

! Bargain*. Tools, furniture and;-——— -— 


MOVING. EVERYTHING GOES. 
Small original cast pof belly stove, 

srMSSMrth:*"- 

sat. Atrack stereo record compo¬ 
nent, office desk, miscellaneous 
kitchen and other articles. 542-W04 
after 4 p.m. 


Ira 


S I MMO N S 
field, brown, 4_ 
cel lent $300. 594-7 


CUSTOM BEDS; CAPTAINS, SIM, 

metes $115, bunk bads, $100. 
479-7400. _ 


TED 

dlf 


Ion for re-upholstering. 


WALNUT DINING S 
buffet,, hutch, extra 
592-9295. 


FRENCH 
and chair, gold 
dltion, $200. 345-; 


PROVINCIAL SOFA 
* • brocade, fair con- 
2404. 


NATURAL PINE DINING ROOM 
suite, * chairs, $330. 592-9233 


USED GOOOS STORE 
3 932 DouglasJ iff. 


135 


_ _ _ — — — 1 varYt »uv.vnuu jiwic, 

Sidney 454-31*7 3 burner, oven with window com- mm ,,n * .l 1 ^. 

Oaen 4 Day* — Closed Monday* 'plate with remote pressure tank, atudjo camera stand. Offers. 
-----3*6*8001. 477-3474 around 4 p.m. 

2070 K&C CUTTY FISHERMAN SPECIAL - If CANON FTB FLUB 1.11 » MM 

New 77 model, full galley, dinette. Clinker witn 35 Johnaon, electric ten*, with Kako 

forward v berth, marine heed, full «*art, enclosed cabin, S7C0. ty. 2 00 m m A BushtvHi Mmfti, 

camper canvas. Volvo i.O. Full *79-7292. _ —•*— _ filter* , cord*, dec. >435. 

' ,vr Power train warranty. Sale; CATT ; l4 MM BELL AND HOWELL, 

auto load, sounder pro I actor, ex 


Hor wood Marina, 


SAIL 

pocad 34' Tnunder. 


SELLING CHEEP!! 

HAVE BOUGHT BIGGER 23' UNIFL 
Year old C-22 Harreshoff design *11 for fishing, 
FG sloop. No moorage to o*y. 6S4A427. 
She’s trailerabi# tool ideal family 
cruiser. many extras. S94C0. 

*42-0042 or 592-0700. 


TA 


.$500. 


MODERN LIKE NEW, CHAIRS, 
fable, half Price, $40. 592 3*04. 


TL , STEREO, RADIO 
SALES and SERVICE 


CAR STEREO 


ELECTROLUX VACUUM 
cleaner, fridge freezer, freezer 
chest, excellent condition. Phone 

after 3 p.m. 477-4441_ 


CLEAN DOUBLE BOX SPRING 
and mgttres*. white 'n*adtooard; 
5-piece dinette with blue cha»r»; 
older sofa; Forest*! smell coin 
wesher; solid student desk; Bou¬ 
doir chair with matching stool to 
upholster; awtfrv household (tern*. 
Phone 594-4702. Garage seie Satix- 
dey, 1407 Oak Bay Ave. 


CINING ROOM TABLE WITH 
sleeve, 530 portable waeher, join 
dryer $45. sewing machine $10. Old 
fashioned buffet, offer*. 995-2534. 


COLLECTOR* ITEMS, 
antiques and lewellery, 
345-4512, 1023 St. Charlei 
Sun. 11 a.m. 


SMALL 

_ MMOL 

Charles, Sat. and 


I940'S ANO 9 
clothing and go 
345-1511 1023 St. 


NEW DESIGNER 
accessories. 594-4432. 
** Char lea. Sat. and 


COBRA RADIAL ARM SAW, 
Early Caned I an wooden table, bef- 
'«r and cnalrs, $90 or offers. 
302-4449. after 3:30. _ 


GOLD ADMIRAL STOVE ANO 24" 
Frost-free fridge, nearly naw, also 
white washer and dryer, $990. 
595-4054. 


1 ONLY 10X14' MOROCCAN 
area carpet, colors, browns end 
beiges. Asking *1095. No trtfler*, 
for appointment phone 59*-407i. 


- ...erg 

wind. Ret. 

$99 f 5. OH 
available. 

B.C. SOUND L 
931 FORT ST. 


KENMORE WASHER, 2 YEARS 
old. excellent condition. Older very 
plover with deoendetie dryer. Fair 5300. 
.•ard and re- 3*4-6579. 


N.'Ft.lOHT_ OOOD WAFF ENJOY UNDERWATER PHO- 

*4,200. At Bee her Bay. tography comolata Nlkonos 3 sv*- — - 

_tarn with stro be. 3446374. . | HITACHI 

, ~hliiu i/. OCU i rated for nmum'i 
ZOOM _ L ET**-, ^M0 ^SCREA tWWmer report Jen. 


■-as* •«£»£ DHTIFD^ 

> T t RADIO SERVICE ^Q^Tilcl.^Ta- OM |U I I Ll\3 


COLOUR TV. TOP 
reliability by leading 

-a <7 | iMu# 


vhf — single Sideband — < 

radio — Flasher deolh sounders - , - 

Rader-Chart recording sunders WBM 8R 0 -471 COWtHC* 
WJ* - s ; r - lc ' .. TV PROFESSIONALLY 

Bill And ShRiJIlt EldClrwilc, Ltd. liwdKU ov» pi mood. 
I West Burnside Rd. 3 44-94H «*tras 478-32*6. 

THUNDERBIRD YACHT SALES* 
at Westoort Marina 
BAYLINER Yacht^ 592-0972 

CHB 34 Trawlers * 

CARVER Boat* 

CRUISE-A-HOMES 
454-5432 


17V, K 4 . c THFRMOGLA5S *__ r , 

E.inrud, oulfoprd, BWIAE-l Ppmpx. S,«0 pr «t 

Ippd tri flw. J YPAfA old. 3«-a M. M5 -»6I_ S “ AtG* STEREO AND TV , 

_ FIBERGLASS BOATS, PI, UNIVERSAL SLIDE - 

-‘xi0-SM» InTL.IIS:” rm ' M ' !:!?&■ ’ wlc *- 1500 DYNACO SCAO, INTEGRATED 


OYNACO SCASC, ... _ __ 

amp, $170 40 watts per channel 

__ _ Pioneer TX4200 tuner, $110. Teec 

many t«ngsr"Exce«'l*nt for low light pho- <J#CK ’ 4400 

tography. $270 ne w. $160. 384-5790- 5M-2944. 


_ 396-7 947. _ __ 

BUILT CANON.35MM F^0 WlDE, ANGLE | 


VERY GOOD \2 FI BE RGLASS [ MINOLTA 191, EXCELLENT CON- j BUYING, NEW CONSOLE AT 

Ev,n '“*' ° ,Wr ‘ °°“ AdS3S»'. N ffl, ,0 »,‘S' 

— - nir>8 * - cel lent condition. $274. 47MS75. 

* TOV1E * 


343-7115, 477-1439. 


RANtiRS, STOVES 
and FI RNACES 


ANTIQUE 

neevv »te 

building 

592-2345. 


ARTISTS 

15% off all oil*, wgtercoiora, acryl¬ 
ics and brush#*. Wln*or and New¬ 
ton, permanent pigment. Island 
Craft Supply Ltd., 2904 
3*40421. . 


DID YOU KNOW 


That grow c*n grow 4 Inch** In 
th* time *"* “ ■" 


iaiwn' equipment during the 'tPfl 


_L. j 


Location — NEW phone i 



BARGAINS 


and 'iMMftery. I Undorms ’ fit 
and Trade, boy. 656-9*41. 


grade one or 


INCINERATOR BARRELS, $4 DE- WANTED: 3 
livered, screens end covers extra. | baby buggv. 
Old barrels removed, rsaawiabla. 1452-3162. 
479-4047 after 4 , before • a.nv 


Office Desks 

130"X48", new. Private. 454-9929. 


USED FURNITURE I <ram«* rHufH Jfl*. 

3 pc. smoked glass coffe# HMd Fort*? 

and and table sat *195, I cu. ft inwwwrv, W9 rvri gr._WANTED BABY BUGGY THAT 

fridge $140; Fleetwood color , WE SELL INGLIS WASHERS converts Into stroller. Call 992-711* 


1 PICTURE 
claimed 
squere, round 


FRAME SALE I UN 
aughtlv imperfect. 


WANTED — 3 OR J-SFEED 
bike, for l-yegr-ofd girl. In good 
condition. 4S4Tl49, gWer L 
BABY BUGQY, EXCELLENT 
condition, S3S. Girls bike, $20. 
3*3-3643. 


TCHING 

___ _ ghadowtox or. like new 

reduced 40'«-6O% to cNir. 479-777C. 


^5 


— ... — -- | Butler brothers. 1720 Doug as St :LS}£If 

^Chargex gvpllable. | (opp. Th# Bay) 343-4911. | mattress. $125. 59*-2< 


ADMIRAL 4-SPEED AUTOMATIC q 
record player with tone control, latex „ 

$15, new Tl-1450 AAultl-Function colour, 
electronic calculator with memory. 1 Ross 
zippered case. AC adapter, war- j — - - ■ j g- 

ranty and Instruction* Included. 42'. GREEN SOFA. — . 

asking $12; numerous University chair In bagctTtui condition. 2 
texts - wide-range of subjects. ; green ylnvl^hgtsocka plus mtaceHe- 
Phone 3^-5906 evemngs. 1 heous. 


UA lV f Y "TnVeR IORa f Lat hou^holditems for sale 

ex paint, made by C.l.Li 1000 y* Bienkmaop. 

J -11 STEEL OISC. GOOD CONDi- 
es and Sons Ltd., 749 PanBora. | tipn. $ 170 . 454 - 4310 . 


MATCHING SOYS’ CLOTHING. 4 TO 
Toys, shoe* and ate. 477-4270 


.. 454-5478. 


ro. gar 1 


ARDEN CENTRE FRANKLIN FIREPLACE WITH 
Rd. East. 3430744. h##t exchanger and blower fitted 
,. « Am , F,mJjY«<»F»Y„hw;jB ? ,iooojB; " 


Hill, (111) 743-5031. 


Browse our tropical ipetion, after C 

work or In the evening an exciting ” srrr»irrs m adi-c 

selection of Indoor end outdoor VIDEOTAPES 

garden supplies We will repot Apeco tele-tapee tor sale, 
your house plant*._ 592-3442. 


BABY CARRIAGE, $30; SPEED FLOOR POLISHER: PINK WASH 
Queen washer and, dryer. $300 for basin and tops; chesterfield chair, 
service vour oelr; RCA gold fridge $390, Gold 654-1034. 

->rlno McClery stove. 


TORO-LAWNBOY 

KEN ERASING EQUIPMENT 
474-9313 93 4 Goldstreatr i Ave. 

VACUUM CLEANERS 
Over 200 reconditioned tnd 
guaranteed from *25-$300. Current 
models: Electrolux, Klrbv. F1J- 
tar queen, Hoover, 2 Compact 
demos. 2 used Compacts. W# take 
trade-in*. Mr. Sweeper, 2 Horfi. 
904 Fsquimalt Rd. at He^ St. and 
0-310 Goidstream. New Commerce 
Mall. 474-1011, 344-3717._ 


TIN BATH TUB. 40 city at Green bam, Falrey and 
A Eatrln qyanflty price* Pius fhlp- 

materials, lifllacket. pin g. uiand Craft Supply Ltd., 
_. 2504 Douglas, 3*40421. 


. IHAVE MOVED MUST SELL KEN- 

!5; dinette more avocado green washing ma¬ 
rs In ax- C hin», «30j_ Admiral avocado 


MAYTAG. AUTOMATIC, 

#r washing macWnt. $225; 
suite, table and 4 chairs 

ceii ent condi t ion, $50. SW-4W9. green 30" range, 

JOHN AOOO. ». G ALLON HOT 
water tan k, *38 ; s teel ah d»aLcab{- uyy ^ mattress. $*0. 452-3465 

2 ELECT* 1C TYFEWttTEBS, 1^^',* rW’lVJOj’r 

.olflc. SKK) or 0«H oW! un ou, 

liamood ring worth *450 selling 


prim 3*3-5524. 




temlly cruiser.' Near new motor er.'GVW 3600, electric trekes. ex- trie' 

^ co3ffon, _ *495. 442-1*44. [ ^ 3*6-3^ 


__ __ DECORATOR PILLOW: 

- ---For Philip#. Hitachi, Noresco end woven from hand spun, 

,VE CONVERTED TO ELEC- Duel ELECTRON TV SALES wool, $20 595-5394. 

V heet selling furnace and duct- AND SERVICE. 100 Burnside W, 

- 343-5432. 


__ diamond ring 

PILLOWS - HAND-1 MOO- 343-4441. 


box spring 


GESTETNER 


hand dved. G arage 

_ 1 14th, 94 at 

420, NEAR NEW, 


SALE. SATUROAY 
1347 Virvlno St. Bikes. 
• ewrner, 100 ' 


- * SHEPHERD TWIN, FRESH MOFFAT STOVE, 24". VERY 
wetyr cooled, boat..house kept pood condition, -ffW. 3*3-3443. 


bo ur Rd Sid ne y. 454- 5991. _ ^ 

MIHTO SAILING DINGHY. EX Asking 525000 47*4103. 
caljqnt condition. $623. Small boat • i 

irallir, HolKlaw. 500 ib„ $120 p OR CUSTOM BOAT UFHOL- 
'-8 2714. * stery call Riga Upholstery 343-7621 

____________ Qf 3ft-60l3 eves. 

1„S IT K F » M C "iWmoilM,, U 22' B BA N D L « AY B HULL, 
n o- Ev.nnjd*, Mo oouna ln!lw. -'•T'Y fcnWM, UM or rw«re« 
bound*-. SJS00. 6IE*5,73. o)W. Fnnn« 5 72l-3»«. 


VIKING ELECTRIC STOVE, 

mk- - 


good condition, *75. 45 3-34*0. 
B7 FURNITURE 


SPEAKER KITS 

Q-l#ctronic Services 
1543 Fort St. 


complste with paper and equip- tank, ainmq beds, raowe. 

n MW. 7TF5055 wCT_' "U, • 

DRYER, VIKING AUTOMATIC 

*“ ** ft (hair*. 

$1x9.9*. 


. VIKING AUTOMATIC 
'ncssis I modal D40B. regular size,. $50. 
Phone 345-7403. *_ 


freezer/ $175: whole wooden tir. HONEY FIREWOOD BLOSSOM 
rels, $25, half wooden barrels, *15. » »• **•" After 5 

Phone 3B4-9S41. 9T2 TU5. _ 


BRUNSWICK CROWN POOL 23 CU. FT. COLDSPOT DEEP 
table. 5’xio', brand new cloth, S freeze.. *200. Berkley- commercial 
cue*, ashtray*, two sets of new hand all cer, *100. 478-4736. 

.... | *iata, weigh in* 


CACTI 1 'SALE 


OUTDOOR INCINERATOR BAR- 
i&iTABiiku I l rWs. ready to use; fret delivery, 

PLANTARIUM. Lower commerce <«m -m-li-w 

Mall, next to vi^v oarkade, --- 

3*3-6222. OAK WHISKEY BARRELS, 

freshly emptied, good cwtdltlon. 


FLUORESCENT LIGHTS 
. Joubie tube—96" long—4» each 
—including tubes. 3—four tube— 
4*" long—415 each. i44-4360 or 
15-6*49 


BLACK AND 
le. T.l. SR 52 


FLOOR MOOEL 
white TV. Programable, .... 
calculator with extra library. Por¬ 
table manual Smitn end Corona 
12" type writer. After A 992 - 007*. 
ARE YOU BUILDING AN RV? IF 
so. propane fridge. *100; propane 
stove, $ 100 , propane furnace,/*] 00; 
lamp, $30; 3 tire* mounted. 735-15, 
$100. 342-0731 


MAKE Me AN OFFER 
Two month Old Viking 12 cu. 
deep freeze, new *340. Portable 
G'bson dishwasher. 17 cu. ft. Inglla 
refrigerator 342-2454, 

Clearance — Portable Sauna 
volt, *34*; Waod-toumfng Sauna 
Heater, nil; Valley Roman Tub. 
4' by 5'. Orchid, $229.41 — Pate's 
Supply Ltd., 3347 Oak Street 


REGIONAL APPLIANCE 

SERVICE guaranteed sales pert*. 
344-3117 _444 BURNSIDE E. 


BEAUTIFUL ITALIAN TILE, 
direct import price#, free 
timetee. 344-2*12. 


misoei JaAneoin 

WANTED 


CASH!!! 

FOR USED GUNS 


1387 BROAD 

$$ INSTANT CASH $S 
JUTE TAKE ANYTHING 
479-3232 477-1345 


KENMORE. INGLIS. WHIRL 
POOL, SPEED QUEEN, SIMPLIC¬ 
ITY WASHERS AND DRYERS; 
SQUARE CORNERED FRIDGES 
WORKING OR NOT. 478-4000 or 
478-5449. __ 


c*H. days 


CASH 

for old furniture, chine. 


. nights 38^9*7* 


JACUZZI 
cast $500 

' In Belgium. 


OPENING STORE- DOWNTOWN 
area. May 1. Are you interested in 
sailing hand vc rafts on conskjn 
mem? If so, Phone 362-*571 after¬ 
noons or early evenings 


Persian nSh ?e HIBERNIA ANTIQUES. 101* 
l Persian jug, rrwch.ne, Foff street. Will buv vow Ar> 

_tioues. Art end Collectebiea c 

TOP QUALITY ARMSTRONG SO- sell on consignment. 3*4-0911. 
lerlen; Price reduction equals In- 3*3 0406 
staiiatlon cost. 595-5245. 1 - 


SCREEN REPAIRS 1 . 1 *. 

B.C. ALUMINUM 3930 DOUGLAS 38»-5343. 3*4- 


WATERBEDS 

471-7345 DAY OR NIGHT 


WE PAY XASH AND PICK UP. 
your old washer, dryer, refrlger- 
NtnjNMn working order. 

SQUARE DEAL BUY 
■Aluminum — lead — copper ,— 
brass—BEER bottles pop botue* 
3*3-1221, 1134 H ill side. 3*3 -1601 

* CASH t 


m#ge lines and comics 
.. • Book Store. 419 Johnson 
3*34131. ■ _ 


DINING ROOM SUITe, 4 
chairs, ouffet $450- hlda-a-bed #«. 
*149.95. treadle eewln* machine, 
thine cabinet 38" ranee, baby cer¬ 


tain. 


CHILDREN'S SAND BOXES □ 

4x4x9" with send, *14 de'ivr— 

NO APPAR 343-0974._ „ w 

Th'» M8 mu. ...» (W- SSTtbo piano FOR YOUNG 

' l#mlly. prefer smaller American 
or Canadian upright, must - 
•• to $400. 3- 


wanted furniture, appliances; 


. 3*5-2439 


!^E^ELECfRipT^ Chin. SSR *88. SJ1 

UnVrm. Call 3Mg 8Bli> M S77 -B a ’ F 0 T'SALE: 


■BOATERS EXCHANGE" SAILTREND FRENCH » PROVINCIAL . 

Used marlnj. ao.uip. .sold on con- njy Newport 592-2711 s^ter^c h eate r he id and chair, gold, 342-1234. 


Used manna touip. sold on con¬ 
signment. "The Ship Shoo" — Mer- 

JU t |outre . 343-4211 . ’ _ 

W*TH». 9-PASSENGER STATION 

wagon, 45.000 original ml las. want 
dinghy and motor. 11 or 12 ' or ? 
Phon e 38*4474 or 992-2373. 
ATTENTION FISHERMEN: HY- 
drauilc collar, shoot and tub, rea- 
■snnabla. See "Veikyrien II", Fish¬ 
erman's Whecf. victoria. 


$45d. 


SELF-PROPELLEO REEL TYPE MOVING 

* *M.. ouarantee. 343-«774 or S 9Q ---__ :Sul ta, *1200. Apartment size wg*h- Tl_lC 


EXCELLENT CONDITION TVS. 


— GOLD MOFFAT IJSSSK"’* i. 

as new *500. 5 Fo 


Cohee maker^iMitEcSkier water 1 ^ iALE: EXCELLENT CAL-! 9QOd Vp * _ 

cooler, cast- ragIstar and 9)asa or»34*5f nd * 45 *' HlGHirsi hhileS PAID FOR 

- - -131 or 342-93#*. 3*4-1413 Of 3KF9»56. _ a i| your household, items. Unlv»- 

kirrv rTajune 1 will SELL OR LEASE TO IN-, ■*! Trading Centrt/ 5*4 Johnson 
KIRBY CLAS5IC t t ^w«.«ixS oartle*. seek Meellea me-iSt.. 343-W12. 


___ , ROTARY LA’.VNMOWER FOR er'epin' $25. ^WedOil^" gown,"bust THE SHIP SHOP 

IWUSSt • C .^U^c° L ji^l ! »■«: MATCH 7 nO , W^'ffiS^SLSFja!; 1 -. LAI 

power, 10-ton A license. 442-344). walnut coffee and step table, *135 move. Hitachi 4 month* old. 

CHRVILf R_*.» PL|CTRIC __ _ _j - .. ?S5 S51 nHSiir^ ag »^!g' ».«. -ft* MATCHING 


e , Ac,,e WILL SELL OR LEASE TO tN-.-j 

inth . toasted parties, sand Wafting me- - -? 

WANTED. FREEZERS. RCFRIG 
AOWER, tr'. erators. w*shers dryers. d‘■ 
rubber tire*, washers, wooden fumitu<r 


' and 20 ", all 

I 344-2424. 


PACESHIP 23 WITH MAIN. JIB. 
Johnson 4. sail away for 
454-5277. 


Gfnoa; 
$10,000. < 


COUCH AND MATCHING CHAIR. MARANTZ ^235 8 
oood snap#, two year* old. *225. Marantz tumtebie 
Coffee table, TV, chair. 38G4S97. n$ 431 speakers, 

HIDE-A-BED. SIAAMONS. EX-} - 

cellent^ condition, *325. After 4.J UNUSUALLY 


4 H P MERCURY OUTBOARD 1975 EVINbUDE. 20 H.F., GOOD 
WITH TANK AND LINES EX running condition. *700 Or best 
CELLENT RUNNING CONOI offer. Phone 343-3077. 

T ON. $250 COMPLETE. 452-1544. 


Oti $3 
AlfESH 


PACESHIP PY23, RACE 

cruising equipped. 7.3 Merc. _ 

naker. dinghw etc. Asking *11.000 
477-9994. 


14' FIBERGLASS OPEN 


15' SQUARE END CANOE 
—I-I- mold. $150. 442-9324 after 5 p.m. 

£’.dge C A 235 P oSc N . F WP*®* 1 ^ GLASS ~BOAT WITH 

r,w,or ' $,00 ° ^ bMt * Hr ' 


.. . .... . FISH 

Squire boat broker age. 344-3341. 


VICTORIA'S LARG 


est siriectlon of colonial 
mahln**. 1102 Gov't, 344-3441.| 


. _ GOOD SELECTION l )0 „ 

C* U*ed COLOF TV Portables 

$179 - Consoles . *>99._ BuKer Chatham Strati. 9 to 5. 


nutt ] ’-"w SSS- CRAFTSMAN IF' . ELECTRK Market Square. 3*3-4211. QOOd _C 

vfH AUDIO VIDEO EQUIPMENT FOR lawr.mower $45. Mdf«at Fiesta eeceiAceiTAet } -47B-13^5. 

_ sale with extras, must atfl, *750 or range *173; T hor w ringer washer .. *♦ am sire AdrnlrW - ood match 

^ 3*4-3152. Chergex available sale price. 59 5-1210._ 

table r—- - 

479-0056. 


ROE AVOCADO 
id condition, $200 


AMPLIFIER, best offer. 302-9309. 
and Yamaha MAIR dryer. LADY 
months °ld table modal, ^ nq#r r 


il: 


9X12 ROSE SHAG RUG. UNDER- Mlr ^RAFES 
«... p- m a pb6« walnut Chest of drawers, new 

DELTA TABLE, BAW^ CAB I; ladies Thenmoftoat lackat. WdH-ly n< * 0W,r ^‘Y 

hung bathroom cabinet, stereo 1 '"* 1 •* nrw t7x >92-1417. 


modal. $900. *17 


Brothers, 1710 D ouglas 30*4911. 
HARAAAN KARDON 630 ’RE 


UiUXL UX.LBUIUN W aa- . — -Jill 

l furniture for *ale. 474-10*5. pfene^SloM. 


OLD OAK DINING TABLE. GATE ^7-2U Q 
leg. oood condftli 


STEEL 

.. __ _ desk, $150. «•«-.*•-.«. «•«— «... 

OP ctlvar PE2034 turntable. Dyqgco net cooler. $7!0. Sooke. 44MN4. 

^ A25 speakers $400. or bast offer - 

- 1 FRIDGE AND ELECTRIC 

AND AnMiDAi ' Vru oR CONjjgLE j $,^61*. * M 4 “* ! SMITH-CORONA 


r .* COf< U? i V. , , r - cond< - BATHINETTE WITH CHANGE 

L-SHAFED ofpice **• * »?■ tfttr 1 table, full size crib end meftree*. 

Crejdenze, $14*LjFA of-j LIKE NfW, .WHITE.. IIQ^ ^ 


with stretch etich, built-in button fj*" 

holer, no case. *95. 479-3701 i O Fora. 47 7-4*6 4. 


T.V., $200. 


Ion. Phone 454-9942. 


ANTIQUE ENGLISH OAK 4 
piece dlnTne room suit# 5*S449f 


AUDIO VIDEO 


best offer 342-9309 


a fter 4 p .m._ 

‘ WANTED PRIVATELY _ 

Sr.»perd Chr’sCraft or similar COMMERCIAL 
boat. X to 35' must be immaculate squirVboat Dro 
condition, no agent* 656-4223. — *..?TLr 0 

17' K *“ C* .THERMOGLASS. PriSt ^?9 : .S**? ,ESEL 

deep V. 65 horsepower Evlnrude, L'‘TS 1, -■■■ t _ __ ___- 

& 7 Loader trailer many extra*. 1*’ SLOOP FULL KEEL, $.*. RIG- i GREEN RECLINER CHAIR AND 474^435 after 5 P.m. weekday*. 
Imnseculate 595-4975. 5-4 p.m. qing Johnson r 382-1*30. .balga occasional chair. 477- 


OLDER SINK. TOILET. 3 BURN- 
•r electric stove, *25 each. Mall , 
-x .77z-4217 


pTe CTR I C MAYTAG DISHWASHER, TOP 
er ■uxt'tor offica or home es completely overhauled, set 

Er iffiv 0 " c ' u '" ,Bd e * rt ' 


in good condition 

_ SET. HANDMADE I 

India carpets, 12x15 and 4x10. i E *- ECTR ^ 
S97-P9S5 room ayttt. ,, 

5 W -sulta. 652-1469. 


____ ,1th Spanish, 

be old but reasonably priced and 
.an 3B2-44M. 


cha?rs. vlfwi^amTchalr ^new^iv WANTEO PINT SIZE CANNING 
dfStMal -IBM?»S&9^ lids. Phone after 4, 


R CHROME KITCHEN 


LIKE NEW SAMSONITE IUG- "a 7, 5 " « 

aSylB-jW"*”' B * t ***■“ W h^ e "m 

’ 'French door. Phone 592-3940. 


GM, 


SS* TS MeEN ' N,w ' 1L^ 


1 *175. 

3-53. KITCH5N SET. MAPLE .FINISH.' T 0’ / IripeTaV,' J>6~ In goc 


ntfof » ?u. FT, D<«F.r«((Z(. fc*. -- TT-’-JY.-T-': - want? 

SMALL U F F I O H T W»»- _ SLTS3UT'' 

tinghouse freezer, Harvest gold, WASHER AND DRYER, FLAY--—- um reesoneo>y priceo. 

oen, all In “ g i " " 


SMALL STOVE $40. AND 




axetMem oondltxjn ree- 5i DODGE. GOOD TRANSPOR- 


. 464-7193. 


•|t SINGLE 2 YEAR *PA MEM 


BICYCLE TRAINING WHEELS, -rrrr- 

«a sfirih &r **• _ 

prlnt»^l£ per^incV'304-9796 AND ^WANTED — NON WORKING OLD 
ytme. per mcn._^-rrai.- ctec # t . , M wagon, baby yarn 


NTED: SILVER 
china, and Flair R< 
silver were. 3*6-3820. 


__ BIRCH 

toger Brothers 


NEARLY NEW FURNITURE 34^5174. 
and aooiiance*. etc. 3*6 *4 63 


HOT WATER 
far (furnace) Cel 


19 CU. FT FREEZER- TWO BOOKS BOUGHT. SOLD AND EX 
ve er* old, $290. Af ter 6. 342- 4466. ] 800,1 841 Po,, 


CANOE. $150. 


SEAT. tfIDEWAY 


' QUAD STEREO. DUAL TRUNTA-. 
BEO =le, 4 soeekers *3M. 5*4-5715. 
7351. after 3. 


SANYO PORTABLE WASHER ’67 KENMORE WASHER 
dryer, excellent condition. 3444702. 'ing repair. Offer*. 992-2077. 


w „ FAM^ " FO. YOU. UN . 

NEED, g^VUS COUCH " C 

GARAGE Ale - SATURDAY.! -V^P CAR BATTERIES, RAOiX- 

USED GOOOS STORE March 14. 10 a.m. to 3 P.m. 3020 WEDD'NS DRESS AND VEIL tors, copper, " . 

3932 Douglas Street I Lanadowne Road.-Victoria. size 13. $100. 477-9499 after 6. 924 David 


brass, laad. 313-1324. 


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MIMT.IXANFAH * 
WANTED 


IN <iAKjyh.N 81PPIJE8 
4 o|Mo| 1, Rorka and FUt 


SCREENED TOPSOIL 
•and and manor* 

■" Ifnum Dal I vary 


Mini 

G»r ( 

Pius 


'lua. Dtllv 


WITH 

•'IS?: 

S3 C.Y. 


Sand - PHI 
Road Graval 

Oram R< 


lufibs 

T / Crushed Rock 

- Bark Mulch — Coarse 

926 FORT ST. Bark Mulch — Pina 

E. NIXON LTD. 

abals ssa 

For Ail Purpowi _ tr m tm 

AUCTIONS nK 1 DRY SCREEN BLACK 

loam with manor# or not. 4 yds 
S44; 7 yd#. $65 Bag 52. No. 1 

THE SALVATION ARMY jjjT“ fiSE" u* 


IN IIKAW Rql'IPMKMT ' 
and MAI lll.NKKY 

HABITAT'S ' 
EQUIPMENT CENTRE 
_ "4 GOLDS f RE AM AVE 

<71-0111 DL-007S4A 

1177 Bobcat loadar 
52t-Hydraslatlc 
Lease to ourchasa tarm* 


MW308 


%'MVV* 


APPRAISALS 


Tuaaday and Friday 


-- AIR COMPRESSOR. 

j}0t1 capacity. * h.p. Briggs and 
mi aa«< anoint, utad #o 

** "3' ???*.,'“ hows, reasonable. Call 
*79-1937 642-4119 attar 7 p.m. 


SALVATION ARMY 
Need* your ra-u»aUe cloth¬ 
ing, furniture and household | BARK MULCH 
j-od,. "Help ui to help I control, '*•"’»’« wy 

nttieri ” Family ThlMt yard**™** mini 

Stores. Victoria, Sidney ind| *M« _ 

For pkku p -[ aajjfaw sa'A 

CONVECTOR HOT WATER 
hootjnt^ rpde and coppar plpa 

TALL MIRROR 
upr ights (O h ev O. I 
SELL OLD BOOK: 


117} CASE MO B BAI 
Nndahoe. pood conditfc 

$12,000 el-6451 


Ution. 


443-3*73 

ALL 


Top Soil S hr add* i 
if-aps. davs. 

JOHN DEERE MW LOADER*, 
oood motor and twcoa-'Lc, noods 
ravaraar, *AOOO._<71-73M. 

IM FARM IMPLEMENTS 






. PLEASE 


_r or R34311_ 

WANTED GRAM SCALE. RAT- 
I nf to WWl m a pram. 656-33*5 

~ ND FREEZERS 
_ h-Tomai _ 

MlSCr.IJANOlS 

TO RENT 


TYPEWRITERS 
Itudant rantals, manual 1* pa 
mof.tn. $35 tor J months, electric 
IMjtar month, City Oftlca Equip 


.wrwwir 

MiWr “» 


I NO CENIRfc 
- Domastic am 


MONTH TO MONTH 

CAMOSUN njR^ITURE RENTAL 
*43 Part lt._*3-345* 

CAR PAR KINO AVAILABLE, 900 
block Pori Strapt, $34 manthly. 
634-4971. 


IIS 


SWAPS 


SWAP IE FIBRE FORM DELUXE 
modal, 130 hp Morcrulaer, CB. 

dapth sounder, Roadrvnnar traliar, riMC_j 

16500. against nawar car or vmat r I IN J OnO 
hava you? Phono 344-4437 or eve 
nlnga 477-0525‘ 


WILL TAKE 

aa down pay— .. 
aavaral condominium fownhoyaos. 
nr lead from 139.300 to 1*3,900 
Bowdan Realty, 343-4374 
WILL EXCHANGE MACHINERY 
wort, excavating, trucking, or 
tranchlng, tor alactrlcal labour, or 
carpentry labour. Victoria Prai# 


39 GMC MOTORHOME CON- 
varilon. many bxira*. 14.300 tor 
t e st ^oo et, car. truck ? T ottars. 

I Will "accept" latie~ model 
trail bike, shop tools, auto., ate. as 
down pay man* on lata modal mo- 
b< la homa. *71-343*. 

FOR SALE 
* c ‘U Hi 
•on raai 
314-5464. 


OR TRADE FOR 
530, Harlav David- 
excellent running, ORANG*c 


115 PETS and SUPPLIES 

Don't Miss the 

AQUARIUM 
SHOW 

This Week at 
Hillside Shopping 
Centre 

Interested In this 
fascinating hobby? 

Aquarium Starter 
Kits 

from $29 95 

Huge Selection of 

FISH-PLANTS 

ACCESSORIES 

JUMBO TANK'! 

175 Gal. Custom Tank 
|OI 

TROPICAL 

foliage' 

2713 Quadra St. 

Just North of Hillside 

385-1000 
OPEN 7 DAYS ! 

Mon.-Fri.. 10:30-9 
Sat. 95, Sun. 1-5 

S l ums ej* spaniels of 

luenar Vicarage. Pupplai now 
available. USC. Breeder s ayeran 
taa. Dr. R. D Crawford, Box *, 
R R. 4, Saskatoon, S7K if*. Phona 
(104) 374-1304 evenings. 

MUST SELL tOO GALLON 
aquarium, this It a steal at 1300 I 
Everything includad undergravel ; 

filter* outside..- 

watt haat«r, t 
nai. 3*4-31*0. 


floafii 

point hitch 

(E • 


1965 INTERNATIONAL B37S DIE 
la* tractor with Moating fre 
bockaf and 
augor OHe 
lima) 479-MU 

HOWARD COMMERCIAL 
ta-ilnd rotovatar, 2 cvHnd. 
nnral good tor digging o, 

1*50 or naar oiler. 479H09 
MASSEY FERGUSON 
tractor. 7 hor*#, with 
trie start j Ut t about 
naar offer 479-7209 


t.u < roji s.u.f. 


METRO 

HONDA 


SPRING 

BLITZ!! 

ON 


IIO CARS FOR-SAi r 


DAILY COLONIST, Victoria, B.C., Tlmri., March 16, 197* 


< AILS FOR SALE 


78HONDAS We 

Thought 



ACCORDS 


CIVIC 

STATION WAGONS 

ALL 

i*ww waxwcn a •iii r 
With mgwgr F|,r Available For 
I bout naw. 1*73 or . , & ., 

mmediate Delivery 


77 DATSUN B 210 
i Four-door sedan, automatic. 
I *adk). like new! $3,996 
| 76 MERCEDKS-BENZ 240 D 
; I e*i than 13.000 miles on 


, 11S LEASE VEHICLES 

ENSIGN > 
LEASE LTD. 

Quadra At 
Caledonia 


A 

PRE-LEASED 
VEHICLE IS 
AN 

EXCELLENT 

BUY 


ALL UNITS 
CHECKED 
BY CAR CLINIC 
DIAGNOSTIC 
CENTRE 


PREMIUM USED 
CAR SPECIALS! 

76 Granada 

76 Chevette. A T. 

75 VW Window Van 
75 Dart Swinger 
74 Pinto. A T. 

74 Datsun B210, A.T. 

73 Capri, V6 
72 Pinto Sin. Wgn. 

These cars have been 

ESSO CAR CLINIC 
Inspected for your 
protection 

BUY WITH 
CONFIDENCE! 

BANK FINANCING 
100 PER CENT. O.A.C.. AT 
. 12 PERCENT 

PER ANNUM 

SHOP METRO 
Before You Sign 


You 
Should 
Know... 

WE HAVE A 
FANTASTIC 
SELECTION 
OF CARS AND 
TRUCKS CHECKED 
BY'CAR CLINIC 
DIAGNOSTIC 
CENTRE 


MARCH 

INVENTORY 

CLEARANCE 


QUALITY 
USED 


this immaculate, economt-| 

Ual 'diesel automatic (re-j 
I placement price (16,175 V 

'(u.975 Continues 

76 DODGE ADVENTURER 
SE 69 VOLVO 1« auto. 

I Camper with bunk, sink, 7 2 VOLKS BUS. 
etc. Four-speed transmit*- periaed, 'raised roof S.T.1961 
sion. radio. Great for a raised roof (3395 

hunter or fisherman! Only 72 PINTO Runabout, auto, j 
19,000 miles (4,796 $1695 

76 TOYOTA COROLLA 172 VOLVO 144 auto. (3695, 
Only 7.000 miles on this j 73 DATSUN 610 wagon. 


’77 Ford Granada 
’77 Buick Skylark 
‘76 Toyota Oorbla 
’75 Datsun pickup and 
canopy 

’75 VW Beetle 
’74 Datsun pickup and 
canopy 

Tl^Datsun pickup and 
I canopy 
?2 VW Van 
52695-71 Pinto 
eam- 


150 C ARS FOR SALK 



$2695! 

(2695! 

I- 


GOV'T TESTED 
PLUS 2-YEAR 
WRITTEN 
WARRANTY 


TWO R-C AIRCRAFTS AND Need he* Tome. About 6 months 
(.ana to r 7.5-10 HP outboard rid. Ve'v friandly. 3*6-2774 

0r °r* WEGISTERED GERMAN" SMEp". 

RESTORED 1*29 HUDSON V-l. erd. 7 montns, axcallant tempera- 
• r.ao for anything of gqulvaiant mant '.pa ed. $75 P ratirad Shel 

value. 3*64141_fia. ona va4f. good with kids 

33 HARDTOP iANGSTER ___ 

craft, all axtras. value U400 Swap ONLY RF°ECCA" LEFT. DO- IMC||DAMr*C A r 

for M Truck and campar. 598-4461 barman Labrador crow, all black, I rNZ>UKAINL.L U.A:V-. 

|-fgmaia puppy, a waaka old, 124 _______ 


NO DOWN 
PAYMENT. 
100% BANK 
FINANCING 
INCLUDING AUTO 


388-6921 

9 A.M. TO 9 P.M 

2*151 Blanshard 
NEXT TO 
THE ARENA! 

Denier Ur. D.01627A 


METRO 

HONDA 


IIS COINS gad STAMPS 1 652-SS37 awning* and waakand 

■TuyThO CANADIAN PRE-46 
Snvar coin* Highaat price* paid. 


• 117 ARTS and VNTIQt KS 


'"t r'HWi IV riLV 

--- lurgpggn heavy aoiu. 

oak dining room tuulta with Burled 
walnut front*. TaMa 4 chair*. 
•Mna eablnat. butfat, and aarvar. 
A raa* muat sea Marbi# dock* all 
BO pare ant oft regular prlca*. Fl- 
nanc*ng available O.A.C also 
CbargaH and Maatar Charge 
Pata'a Place IS mine, from Town 
I 10 Mom Wooko. 714 Golditraam 
4744Q00. _ 

SALE SALE SALE 

Our already low prkaa are re¬ 
duced once again, coma taa at 
Axiom Antique*, 544 Herald, 
313-4314. 


GOLDEN 

aa*Ti 


WANTED GOOD HOME WITH | 
lot* of love tor * month old Afghan 
puopy Plaata phone 477-2143 attar 
4 p.m. 


EX-LEASE 


_ 77 Plymouth 

P U R E • R K D POMERANIANS I V/nlnrP 

tor tala. 1*0 each. Phona John VUiare 

attar 4, 3*3-4032. ^6-cylinder automatic, power 

brakes. 


DOG GROOMING 


SAINT 

only t . 

purebred, 479-475*. 


WELL BRED REGISTERED 
lrl*h Setter puppla*, vary reaaone- 
bty Priced, T83-3656. 


1937 WEST INGH DUSE REFRiG- 
arator, y«rklng, corwanatlon 
place, open to oHar*. 453-2314. 


120 GARDEN SI I*IMA I IS 


FOR SALE PUREBRED AAALE 
Snanlal Cocker, 2Vi, Won Ribbon*. 
$500 .245-3060. 

TERRIER CROSS" PUPPIES FOR 
rata. $10 each. 3S3-S334 attar 5 

p.m._ 

FREE TO LOVING HOME, 
•oeved Pom X, 2 years. af*ec- 
flonate, no small cklldran. 3*4-4207. 

REGISTERED MALE SAMOYED 
Good inva*tmant *t 1300. Stud tea* 
bring 1121. 643-13*7. 


steering. 

radio. 


power 



CHEVROLET 


77 Chrysler 

Cordoba .1 

Fully equijiped with sunroof 76 DATSUN 710 4 door 
and crown roof. | sedan, 4 cylinder, 4 speed. 


GOV'T TESTED 
PLUS 2-YEAR 
WRITTEN 
WARRANTY 

ON SALE 
NOW!!! 

NO DOWN 
PAYMENT. 

100%, BANK 
FINANCING 

INCLUDING AUTO ic. radio 
INSURANCE O.A.C « Austin marina 


«l»otle8s four-speed*. Radio’ auto, 
and electric rear defogger 73 AUDI 100 IJS 4 dr. 

(3,595 73 FIAT 126 Sport 
76 AUSTIN MINI 1000 Ou|>e SL 

Lota of room and lots of 73 VOLVO 145 auto, 
fun! In very nice shape! wagon 

(2,796 74 FIAT 128 2 dr., 

75 AUDI FOX AM-FM 

Brown two-door automatic 74 DATSUN B210 hatch 
>4.295 12695 

75 VW SCTROCCO 174 ASTRE auto.. 

Sporty yellow coupe, four- 8,060 J2495 

4* peed, radio $3,995 74 ASTRE auto., 8,000 

75 TOYOTA COROLLA miles! 12445 

I Dark blue, twodoor, four- 74 VOLVO 142 S $3995 

speed, radio $2,995 74 MOB Rdstr' black $3995 

74 VOLVO 144 74 MARINA 2 dr., 

'In excellent condition. Auto- Mlrhelins $1995 

matic. radio $4,395 75 ASTRE C.TA mags, 

74 DATSUN B 210 headers $2595 

Sporty yellow hatchback ; 75 TR7, sunroof, 

$3,295 cassette $1395 

74 VOLKSWAGEN 412 75 HONDA Civic Hatch. 

Roomy station wagon, auto-; competition $3495 

Pintle, radio $2,995; 76 PINTO Hatch, auto. $3695 

74 DATSUN B 210 77 SUBARU 5 spd , 

Economical fourdoor sedan. ' red $4595 

$2,795 

74 AUSTIN MARINA , I MANY MORE 
Spotless four-door automat-| T Q CHOOSE FROM 


1978 

DEMO SALE 

Now In Progress . 

. '78 RABBIT, 2-door Aimiven- 
$21£> sarv Addition, Silver me¬ 


sa ry 

tallic. AM-FM radio. List 


(1596 p rice $5483. SALE PRICE: 

$1995 $4995 


$2,395 


75 Plymouth 
Colt 

Automatic, radio. 


radio. Finished in red with 


77 Firebird Formula 400 

74 Chrysler 

72 Plymouth Fury 
’4 Docile Swinger 
4 MRzda S.W. 

75 Volvo 164, loaded 
77 Pontiac Gran Prix 
75 Dodge Ramchargcr 

75 Chrysler Imperial 
77 Aspen S.W. 

74 Cricket Formula S 
77 Volare Custom 

76 Pontiac Astre H.B. 

75 Plymouth Fury S.W. 

74 Plymouth Gran Fury S.W. 
71 Plymouth Satellite 

76 Toyota Corolla S.W. 

73 Buick Centurion 

77 Mercury Cougar XR7 m 

75 Dodge Colt S.W. - 

76 Cougar XR7 

75 Plymouth Gran FYiry 

77 Asfien Custom 


gray interior. Exceptionally ^ Pnntilc 

77 Chev. Carrjaro 


clean 


(3575 


seats, wood^rain siding. 


bucket 76 ASPEN SE Wagon, V8 72 Volkswagen Camper 


S.C. GREENHOUSE BUILDERS. 
— Quality alumlnum-glaa* nobby 

E raantwuaa * . For information — 
rochura*, yyrlta 7*3 Hutchinson or 
phona 3BS.2S41. 


77 Plymouth 
Arrow'' 

G.S. 4-speed, radio, 

coop seats. 


bucket 


MA5SEY-FERGUSON 
tractor 
trie *ta 




2 cvllnd 

A. 


1!7 


( HICKS, POtLTR\ 

liATC HIM. I <,(• n 

SIPPUK8 


HOWARD COMMERCIAL 
bankvd rotovatgr. 2 evil' ‘ 

>aha^, good tor 6\~ 1 
$*50 or naar offer 

N>w *x?‘o«eenhouse glass K-lcI'i'lli' 

and alwnlnum trama unassambled - — 

comolatt $230. Cost $300. 3W-W5S PHEASANTS—1 PAIR 

F Of LEASE. LARGE GARDEN AmhJ?i<, 

W * W ' finSBR . ROOSTER. 1 LAY,NO 

ALUMINUM OMDCN WtO. C '" Ckm 

10x12 aaprox., ready to assemble, DUCKS. GEESE, GUINEA FOWL, 

rea*x>M)Te. 6S2-41I9 attar 7 p.m. duck aog*. gee*e eags. 652-389*. 

Sa^dM t 5 Se N a 2 L 390 a ILLERS ^ IM LIVESTOCK SfTFPUKS 

and RVRNT8 


77 Chevrolet ‘ 
Carhoro 

V-8 automatic, power steer¬ 
ing. jx>wer brakes, radio. 
PUREBRED dairy GOATS, Bucket seats, console, power 
RICK FARM. A-JJTIIAI^HT^DLp »Barcnte« t rgli» r Molly - \o windows 


automatic,pow er steering, 1 ” Cordoba ^ 

ItoM-er brakes, radio, roof j ^ AMC Pacer 
ra^k. woodgrain, split front Toyota S.W. 
seat. Finished in bronze. Aj** Arrow GT. 
lovely unit (615012 s P° rt 

71 Chrysler New Yorker 
’73 VW BEETLE. 4 speed., 75 Flat 124 
Finished in orange with 77 Chrysler Cordoba 

PLUS MANY MORE P-ay interior (2150 72 Mazda ' 

w a a... « . *173 Grand Torino 

75 MAVERICK 2 door. 6 75 Monte Carlo 
cylinder automatic power -5 JamborPe Mntor Home 
steering, radio. P inished in -q charger 

light blue with blue interior t& c s w . 

——’ 12750 J 74 charger SE 

‘ ‘rvpu-A , j 74 Daft Custom 

OPEN 

MON.-FRI. 

8:3b a.m. - 9 p.m. 

SATURDAYS 
9 a.m. - 6 p.m» 


Two-door automatic, radio 

(2.395 

74 FIAT 128 

Sharp yellow two-door, four 
sr>eed, radio (2,195 

73 DATSUN 610 
Five-door wagon, radial ply ^ 00903A 
tires, radio (2,995 

73 DATSUN 510 1 - 

Dark blue, four-door, auto¬ 
matic (2.395 

72 TOYOTA PICKUP 
Blue Hilux, oanopy and mir¬ 
rors (2,496 

T2 MAZDA PICKUP 
Canopy, heavy-duty bump¬ 
er, radio (2,495 

72 DATSUN PICKUP 
Only 32,000 mile*! (2,195 
72 DATSUN 510 
1 IaOss than 35,000 miles, auto¬ 
matic, AM-FM radio (2,396 


2620 GOV'T 
AT HILLSIDE 
385-6737 

Dealer Licence D00740A 


Brian Holley 

MOTORS LTD. j 
33 I DOUGLAS 
Between Woodwards and , 
Wo tlco 

384-1161 


78 7-PASSENGER Bus. au-| 
tomatic, brown-beige, com¬ 
bination, radio. List price 
(8870. SALE PRICE: 

$7995 


Putting You 

FIRST 

Keeps Us 

FIRST 

1978 

AUDI 5000 
AND PORSCHE 
NOW ON DISPLAY 



TOYOTA 


NOT EX-LEASE 


chick, 77 Firebird 

t£2t. Formula 400 

Mtat type, rare bragd*. d ckilng*. Automatic, stereo, bucket 
**“*’ “** r ** -aricg iijt. seats pongoie mag wheels,] 

i, B i R< p#Irj^ t steering, full instrumen¬ 
tation. 


Wille Motors] 

PREMIUM TRADES 
77 ASPEN 


1978 

TOYOTA 

CANADIAN 

$3485 

$101.77 Per Mo. 

For 4* 

No Down Payment 

oo approved credit 

77 VOLARE 


DOWNTOWN 

971 Yates Street 
at Vancouver 

Dealer Licence No. D-0O*86 

385-2415_ 

B. MADSEN 
MOTORS 

478-5011 
73 DATSUN 510 

4 dr. Sedan. 4 cyl. 


THESE CARS 

MUST 

BE SOLD 

77 AUDI FOX 

Sunroof, only 6,900 miles. 
Auto. P.S., P.B., AM-FM 
stereo, silver metallic. 

76 CHEVETTE 

Black, 4-speed, tach. r - 
sunroof, radio, low mileage. 

77 VOLAIRE 

2-dr. auto. P.S., P.B., radio, 
vinyl top. blue exterior 
6.000 mile*, excellent condi¬ 
tion. 

77 HONDA 

Deluxe station wagon, 
4-sj>eed. radio, roof rack, 
9.000 miles. Excellent condi¬ 
tion. 

77 DODGE 4x4 

Power wagon, v-8 auto., 
P.S., P.B., radio, roll bars. 

74 CHEV Vi TON 

V-8 auto., P.S., P.B., radio, 
excellent condition. 

75 DODGE VAN 

Conversion V-8 auto., P.S., 
P.B., radio. 

'77 Rom Charger 

V-8 Auto., P.S., P.B., radio. 
Rear seat, 14,000 KM. Ex¬ 
cellent condition 

Large Selection 
Of Used Cars 
To Choose From 

GMAC and BANK 
FINANCING AVAILABLE 

CORNELL 

CHEV-OLDS LTD. 

3060 Douglas-385-5777 
Dealer Licence D-0U681A 


$1090 YOUR CHOICE $1050 
'67 Cutlet* Supram* convertible. 
'70 Pontiac 2 plua 2, 2 door hard 
top. Both cere are In exceptional 
condition with small V* and many 
optionv but ona must be aold. 

[ 1*69 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL 
(Mark III. new tire*, brakes and 
A maior tun# up done recently. 
’ Loaded with extra equipment. WIH 

•Pd- «*“<». 48.000 p • ^ " a, 

* 11*71 MAZDA RX2, 4-SPEED. 

_ _ __ r ^_, 1 k . radio, good running cond.t o-. 

70 PORT MA ! Siooo or best otter '74 Malibu 

, , ClMlk 350. 4-door, power ateerlnq. 

2 dr. Sedan, gold, black power „brek«», good condition 


trim. 4 cyl. 4 spd. (995 

72 FORD Ronchero 

V-8 auto., p.s.* p.b., 
radio. (2495 


$6295 


Plus Many More 
Cars and Trucks 

478-5011 
2691 Sooke Road 

l Glen I-akci 
DL^Kfi69A 

Ladies specxmT 


$IyO . 382 7936 

•69 MERCURY MARQUIS, 
door hardtop, with factory t 
power steering, power brakes, 
trailer hitch, new tire*, excellent 
.nnlng 


' 1975 PONTIAC, 9 PASSENGER, 
Safari Country Sedan, ahowroom 
condition, air conditionhyj, AM FM 
radio, root rack, power window* 
and tailgate. other option*. 

1 3**-5432._ 

11*73 TOYOTA COROLLA 1200. 
good condition 46X00 mile*. $1700 
or nearest otter call at Inn City 
trailer Park. No. $—3430 Seymour 
between 4:00-9:00 p.m. 


Fertiliser 


MillstrearQ, Chevrolet Ltd 
1730 Lsiand Highway 
474-1211 

Dealer Lie. D01384A 


76 Pl>7nouth Volare SW 

75 Valiant Brougham 

74 Olds Delta 88 
__ 77 Plymouth Fury 

<7 I>>dge Monaco 

76 Volare Premier SW 

75 Ford Pinto 

72 Mazda 616 ♦ 


6 cyl- auto, power steering and 
i brake*, radio, low mileage. Gold 
exterior with beige interior. 14695 

J 77 GRAN FURY' 

4-dr. V-* auto, power steering and 


76 BUICK 

CENTURY 4 dr. auto., P.S., 

'76 TOYOTA 


73 DATSUN. 2 DOOR HARDTOP, 
radio, radials. lm- 
34,000 original 
white Interior. 


manure 

5*5-0773. 


manure. 4 yd*. $35. 7 yd* $*>. month-OM Nubian, charmHonship 
14 vd*.. ,$*9, big bag, $2 Old horse I odilne. "Camille ". 18 months id 

' $32, 14 yd*., IS2. iaanen. championship bloodline. -*✓ 

I Wave force, sale. Cost $)7S each 76 MerCUTV 
dd urMiv c»o»A, i TPt- vrtll conaider any_reasonable otter _ 

4 8SJWlS-.7»«- «•**»• “ Cougor XR7 

-—-I ■ STONE GAT 6 4 ANCH--• d, " r ' ^ « Utonl,, “ r ; 

Boardinq, new boxc stalls, to by steonng, power brakes. 

c sa «»»*. 

HU44YI- OLD COW -MANURE. MgjjSw Hjl. , a»« ll,M«. S»S 
kao* «i m van nirb ue month 456-5426, after 5 p.n 


5AANWOOO FARMS LTD 
Cow manure. 657-2024 or 4S2-1743. 
Nc Sunday call*, plaasa. 


per roof. 

beg*. Si. ».Y«)o Pick'up. Delivered .. " 

$1 60 over 4. 47* 5424. weekend* 

O mvO m 75 Chevrolet 

’««>; Monte Carlo 


CHICKEN MANURE AND SAW- 
du*t 50-50 mix, approx. Vi yd*. 
*12 delivered 479-5104. 


Plowing, Rotm-nttng 
•ml Oultlvntlng 


veerj. 14.2, excellent conforma¬ 
tion and well trained. Needs exp 
rlanced rider, he* don# well 
halter, showing end lumping 
744-4*92. 


CREDIT 
Good or Bad 

WHO CARES 
. WE FINANCE 
NO CO-SIGNERS 


1974 TOYOTA MARK II MX *edan 
with automat! •: transmission — 

The prke I* right wit i "CHARL E Tj’, 

194)00 PETERSON at Empre** Pontiac Jr?,,, 

*39*5 Buick G-M.C. Ltd. 3*2-7121 or Ra* i?30 ° _ 

i 597-045* DL01227A. _ _| ICBC SPECIALI 

iof -1 n i iiau i ccaqdc a nnr>D *75 Maroon Honda Civic Hatchback 
1972 BUKK LESABRE, 4 DOOR ^, 0 , 5now tlr#s , 17.500 miles 

, brakes, radio, "air mmUm. 11 s.w. Auto. P.S. AM/FM Ja 25S r r Sk Ha*' WfcofiX 4% Ca “ Lv " n# #t 

\ blue fxterlor with matching blue *5395 oe « n checked overTm good shape. 6 0 m ‘_ 

Interior. $52**-. 64.000 miles. Will accept small i«tj CAPRI, V6a BLACK WITH 

76 SUNBIRD Tedei. $I,5C0. 4794109. 6«$-24». ! mS», *PouW, »la“e*' etc. Fx- 

Dnv 7 Z, 38^ safe a ! , . u ” 

gS'&gL ,...76 PLYMOUTH^ 


JOHN MacNUTT 
TRUCKING 

' sawdust shaving* and hog 
479-6560 . 479 190* _ 

I GOOD QUALITY COMMERCIAL 
flock, 25 ewes. 7* lambs at side, 
registered Hampshire ram. 
112-653-447U. 


2-door, V-8 automatic. pOWPT Separated* cHvested, stngie. male 
step Tine, [lower brakes. «3oS* Mv B “ y 

radio, vinyl roof. 


LET PETE ROTOTILL 
YOUR GARDEN 
THE TROY-BILT WAY 
Light, fluftv seed bed ready tor ANGLO ARAB GELDING. GEN 
planting. Any site garden. Call tie. Four years old. Excellent trail 
3*4-7941, alter 5 p.m. - horse. 15 hands. Reasonable »o 

COOPER RHDADES V** 1 home 47V?W5 

Ta ^. T ? R SF .?V. IC . E . ! WANTED PONY, APPROXI-. 
478-3143 or 4/7-5167 matelv 14.1 hands hioh, kind dl*po 

tlon and lump. Buy or lease 


Gras* or brush mowing’, rotoval 
Ing, loading, r a I n-j. lot clean, o 452 - 2239 . 


DON'S TRACTOR SERVICE 

477-3913 

We rotovfte. Plow, cut gress and 

"—*- -•*- — 1 hai ' 


idling. 


brush also, loading and 

385-8198 

Rotov*tlng. gra'S cutting, hauling, 
yard cleanup, handyman repairs. 
BOOK NOW FOR SPRING 
ROTOVATING AND 
CLEANUPS 
F REE E ST I MAT E S 
ED S TRACTOR SERVICE 
Rotovating vegetable gardens, le¬ 
velling etc. •*79-7204. 


1*" HERMES COPY SADDLF 
excellent condition. Phone eve 
ntngs. 479-5^7 

8 \RGAIN HUNTERS ■ GOOD 
| quality hay that is slightly dam 
i *ned on one edge. $49. per ton. 

! 462-142 0. j_ 

< A AN WOOD FARMS 
Hay. 652-2034 or 452-1743. No Sun- 
Id jcallS0leit9jK_^_ 

WHITE ROSE PIGGERY, YORK 
shire boar rervice. Pick-up and 
delivery. 47I-S1S3. 


.PLUS MANY MORE 

ENSIGN I 
LEASE LTD. 

Quadra At 
Caledonia 

Dealer licence number 
I>548B 

386-2411 
Open Weekdays 
Till 9:00 


Instant 

"NO-RED-TAPE” 

Credit 

Palm Motors 
3342 Oak St. 

(I blk. from Oouglas oft 
Cloverdalel 

Walk In, Drive Out 


i ai: * fu ; 


'ALL 


TED'S TRACTOR SERVICE 
47I-4CS9 after * a.m. 
Rotovating, leveling, hey cutting 


1964 SUNBEAM TIGER MARK I, 
260 cu. in., completely stock. 
Anwruan Libra mags, radial TAS6 
series tires, classic car of Canada. 

; attoraHed Ttaer of taTgo replace 
i ment cost. Took second dlece al 
] Vancouver car show Ser ious Inqui¬ 
ries only. $7000 firm Cell after 6. 
|3*4.*m. 

I '73 VOLVO 142-&. .. 

late, tow miteeqe leather seat* 
423) ion SteMys Cross Rd 
$3195. 


Plus Many More 
Also: 

Huge Selection of 
Trucks and Vans 
All Diagnostic 
Checked 

ON SALE. 
NOW!!! 

Test Drive 
Them Today 

ENSIGN 

ChrysJer-Plymouth 

Ltd 

DOWNTOWN 
YATES At COOK 

Dealer licence number 
XM95A 

386-2411 
Open Weekdays 
Till 9:00 


I brakes, redto.' Blue exterior with FURY 2 dr. 
; matching blue interior. $499$ 


HT 


.,, 0 i non, fes'eo io rxovemcer sj.au 
s-is79 eventngs and Saturdays. 


72 NOVA 4-DR. 


ring, radio, 
. Grey ex¬ 


auto, power steerli 

_J miles, one owner 

: ter tor with green Interior. 

Plus Good 
Selection of 

RV 

* VEHICLES 

COME IN TODAY I 
Dir D 00*40A 

3740 Douglas at Ctoverdate 
3*2-2313 

OPEN 9 TIL 4 P.M. 

77 THUNDERBIRD 

l Spectacular looking car Finished 
In electric blue with white 2-Pce 
I vinyl roof., with white interior. 
Bucket seats, console, stereo, tape 
and beautiful mag wheels. Only 

• 0.500 miles. YATES AUTO SALES 
LTD. 550 Yales St. 30*7722. 
I300I610A. 

7$ MAVERICK DELUXE FOUR- 
door, automatic, power steering, 
radio, 9,000 miles, $3650 or otters. 

, J/a-i3*7. 


75 ASTRE 

Hatchback auto, radio. * 

73 TOYOTA 

GOROLLA 2 dr. auto. 


*2995 


low mileage, deluxe features 


tomatic transmission, V-*, 


72 CORTINA 

2 dr. auto. Very clean. 

72 TOYOTA 


SAUNDERS AND 
HI1CHMAN LTD. 
2040 Cadtcro Bay Road 
at Fort and Foul Bav 
Dealer Licence DOI751A 


Six, low mileage, cieiuxe leoiuiex* .. , on.niinn 

Tel. 384-049Q or view tl 775 Cowper «•••"» condition 4/8 i 
St., after 4 p.m only. ., 3 vvv SUPERBEETLE, EXCEL- 

$249$ ^ i r h F v ROLE T. B E L AIR le"t condi tton,__a sk i o 0__$_2 


offers. Phone 


'54 CHEVROLL., -- 

4 door, #xc el lent condition, new consider 
il-es, battery, Hftlng «vste-n. en- anytime. 

$IWS n ° ru,t ' ,400 ' * W>W2 RARE '67 BARRACUDA FOR MU 

• l, ? r 5 -_II S- mint snap# extras. Sertov* 

TRANSPORTATION DELUXE CUY* r » <>"1/ t* 11 001,9 • ,,#f 

I9‘9 Mercury Merqul* Brouoham, p.m., 47*-»74._ 

MARK II S.W. AUTO. rAdlo. VMC Inlwtor KM CHEVELLC SeAaAOWT.. 

S2795. Al, X75Cor nearest otter. 3*6 3JD2 rebU iu engine, new tires, good run 

lor 4761720. _nin« condition, otters • to $*00 

MUST SEE. '74 SEBRING 2-DOOR 478-4534 or 470-027? 

Offer. JBAOS_;__ , 1,1 aayj. 

1(14 DODGE COLT CAROUSEL. ,7*-«S7 evtniw , 

"Win VAUXHALL VICTOR. GOOD 

’ ; x a rv°r;«- s m '” 5 “■ 

ldllliii ,N llxi?mll5l R h««S? 0 cSS!r EIAT _ l». .J.OOO MILES, 
Sxi 3 -ratX’. i KS?: "«»««- SHOO «rm. 

i'TT TOYOTA COr'oNA DELUXE. S£^ T .IA5' ifljlf' 

•xc«n*"t condition, will Irodd tor 1X0 

i what nave vou? or otter* on $1995 . 1 P hone 456-3266, after 5.30. ^_ 

6*- 1 *** _j'71 DATSUN 510. 4-SPEED, 

•67 DATSUN MOTOR TRANS OK ict-eep dependable tren*oortatlon. 
needs rearend. 384^3235 S75 or be*f U7S. 479-8673. 

___'66 PONTIAC STRATO 2*3, V-8. 

'•4* FIREBIRD CONVERTIBLE, runs well, good part*, often 

i3S0 auto, new paint and Iran*. Extras. 479-1879. 

, 3*3-3265. 



Extras. 479-1879 
'69 BUICK STATION WAGON, 


oo. 54VS0. can be seen at 3211 Irma 1974 TOYOTA COROLLA WAGON. fVt° n '«1 l <. ”01 
or Phone 95-9*6)._. Radio. Roof ra:k. Lxfremety wall 478-6563 _ 

.7 DATSUN i:i SEDAN REA 1 ?;«* -itJi^nort^’nxf DODGE 

• inafcle reoeirx In dim Jn^nertinn VPA' 1 '. soor,s CIO-*- tao . ^.ii mA iol 


1974 AUSTIN MARINA. 4-DOOR. M-nroPt. P-^Pifc- 3S0. excellent 
25.000 mile*. Immacu-,condition. $1700. Phone 4794)884. 


_ 11*71 

_ POLARA HARO- 0RW.IMI 

maintained. $495. Phone 382-7824. 


4-2864. 


pert*. $100 or best otter,) 


'68 VW SQUAREBACK 76 FAC• j AM-FMl ^rack* ' 
terv rebuilt anuine. . 


1949 CHEV MALIBU. CONVERT ,» 70 w 

iota. 307 enaine fair shaoa A**t RANCI4E RO« 1970. 3W 


With 


"oSH,."""tSSS iii-UM. _ 1973 VEGA STATIONWAOON. 

' ' 0,1 •! U3 !!t0 1989 VOLKSWAGEN BEETLE JM rm, 78«0 mllM. 11311. 

-- I'73 CUTLASS suprfmf 5 nryio good running order, $900 or oast 386-3893. 

■ ■ . - - 1974 VOLKSWAGEN SUPER BEE he'dtoo not t#yt«lL CHkImi'SSS 0,t * r - Phoo « *• 1 

laxjiArii ;j JAYELIN AM* BLUE PRINT tie. 45.000 mile*, excellent mechen-1 shield time to f lx rnirtlsellbv , e ,r n ,T.,m e ,, mCNT rryxi’ 8 J7 Yates 

C jt •«* balanced Over $10 000 Invest- kel condition. $2700 382-7516. ’ Sunday iS» or bffi «Wr • LS^ra. ASk^ 7? CAPRICE HT. loaded 

ed. owner leaving country, asking mornings until 2 p.m * 477-9174 aitton, tested, economical, asking w»rmwcn_i. 

BWret lUI. K8A HnNn , r.u.r ' i-.T^rr-11895, 477^*9! _. 1988 FORDOALAXIE S». 

and power brakes. $2^)00 or otters. 74 *4455. » __ILW mlMNrExcelltnt condition. 

i7*-3575. is?* rvATtuiu oun •> rvOso i$1?50or offers. 388-6385. 


11976 HONDA CIVIC 
AUTO, hatchback, 5-soeed. 1500cc. 
*" *“tr 4:30. 


ti ckets, mags, new brake* and 477-9445, after 4.30. 


»hone 


RARK 

I *5 GTO. cotT'pietely stc 
I/can one owner Must 


MOTORS LTD 
D-0011SA 3*4-0921 

- |MM 


Am# i 


1974 

air conditioning Musi 
or best Otter. 479-9930 C 


V*. 


y?. ^ 0A «T HARDTOP. 4 AUTO- , ,0 

. &? 00 «■ *»»♦ of< * r -; nsetit. new paint, brakes, tires, 

-etc. Vrr Cteen straight and eco » 
nomicRl. $1500. 595-004 ahef 5 


ARRIVING SOON . 

197* Circle J Horse Trailer*. -- 

Fred Bell Ltd., 452-2050. I 47 MERCURY METEOR MONT 
...... >en—; | calm. 2 -door hard too. 

Arab 1 mar« L 6 *«r J ^{So. ISSSS. 

&^!%Mr!nJ? T llhLi2 G 99MKO D ’TdOLE^-a^k" a’vd* Bl ANXET , ” 1 VEG * STATIONWAOON, »<™f "W ' _ 1978 DATSUN BI10 J DOOR 

ADDLETACK .AND^BLANk A T J nwmM snow tires safe 47 *'®** 7 *a MAZDA. MUST SELL GOOD Idmahc rad: * 

Seed*. Iliilim. rinntH \T$£r *2r } + ' * * V#nr ' H7 Ml TE0 * >ale ex running condition $M0 or beat Lika new 

, Q1 . 10 o a*r. Mt-UM. _> good condition. $1,100 656-5939 ret lent 6 cylinder engine parts. of«er 3*54)774. 3*4 »95 4 78 1H7. 478- 

- mM u WlrtllH — SALE ™ 0NE ^ p O« 0 FA1RLAME. 2 DOOR jggP.y. ' AOST.N MINI. 22.000 MILES, EX HONDA WAGON / , 

DAHLIA TUBERS. CHRYSAN D n ^* n _ -ardlop. closest offer to $300 takes fH6 COMF1. EXCELLENT RUN- cellent condition. $7,000. 65*4$49. 1976 Immaculate, Automatic. 71 000 • *' c,it,on. or offers. 6J6-»/6. ' good condition. S«95. i2-i015. 

themum stop's giediole cgfms. HAY WFLL CURED BARN » 3*2.-0905 * r»ng condign oood shape $600 658 86*8 ^,900 6 8 CHCVfLLe. J27. '« QUICK SALF '74 BLUE FORD *» t ..on nr A i Mt c ftDCL 

now reedy 384 9976 stored $1 25 8 bale, 452-1530. SECOND OWNER 1964 FAICON. or w,, ef ***** . 6 ; COUGAR. LOW MILEAGE **** . - - tOM *lS*t 2 Ster C °47 R^toa afve'" F2S 2n. 4 * 4 ' lift! B 6 *®* tooHers ^Ofto^SSii. 65 ' ° PEN 

WmX k »«••-. - m. W^E.EEEOEX.STEE, «« JS&. SWKSW a^SSfi BRU ^ r^"™OE, CEOLLa/’^ WELL. 

.LACK TOysp.L.^T^T- E,|yO GOOD JOME 7 SHE, » XO^OEN^UPgMJjf ...... J-VvfGA WAOON_VEEV GOOD _IS# ^ 


sell. ... 

477-2771. tTHREE CORVAIRS ONE RUN 

1971 VW. TESTED TILL 1979 i’2«- SmSZli??" 

Europe. $850 O.B.O. $>50 or trade. 45 2-15*7 or S98-4524. 

_ _* *4* RAMBLER REBEL, STATION* 

MUST SELL WOO on. SMO Or best offer, 382-7924. 

SS^^VmSSTSs^ m. ooo#. 


ed — Approved 
Hal $* yd; snre 


snred ;ed $9 yd; shred 
manure S)0 yd, 5 yd 
minimum. 384-3347. ' 


O'trr 

n h* 


or be$1 oflef 3*3^7V. 

: GS350 
479-6101 ceuTSk 
MUST 
386-7096 
p.m. 


- '71 V(G< 

SELL 1967 CHEV PHONE ! condition, 
before 10 a.m. or after 61384-6691. 


$1200 


180 II RAW EQUIPMENT 1W6 PONTIAC PARISIENNE, . ^ fVI> 

T nm~*ui m A ? VJee rinen Tna .nri Mtt iii\Firv <J 0 Od motor, V-8, needs some work., 72 TOYOTA COROLLA Ideal city 

1ST Mb" E .« E m.n T u ?. P ■ nd MA< " Kor «•*’ "*• •»*. » «0 I S5»1A _ 

10-14 yard loads $8.75 per yard. WILL SELL OR LEASE TO IN- 1965 PONTIAC 4 DOOR SEDAN/ 

Smallar amounts awallarle Panin- terasted parties, sand blasting ma ;V-I. automatic, $6M or best otter. CLASSY '67 FORD CONVE 
aula Butldo/lng. 479 18*4. China, victoria Pres* Box 4*7. ’• *3-9071. Ible. excetlenf condition 477-1645. 


b« SRST. -n THU NDEJIE IJIO. bh oweoqmISKT 032 __ 


1»7C THUNDERBIRD. $1000 FIRM. 
Phone after 5, 721-3560. 


— '73 CADILLAC COUPF DEVILLE. 
RT -1 two-door hardtop, very clean. 
5. 1*2.000 miles. $5^00. 592-07)4. 


T EU^Si|;7r DATSUN. ^ NEW “ "RADIALS. I NX) l, «#,S!.®'- «» 

mjles. excellent condition,; must be seen, *2700 or best offer. 7J CELICA. NEW PAINT, MA< 

Tertl cor ... 


—! $2,595. 471-9495. 


excehom condition. $2500. 


r. MAGS. I VOLKSWAGEN. BODY 
S9V6iU. ! run* well. $123. 642-^2*9 


i 

ROUGH, 


rv- svr,^ 


1?** CO« T 'N* 18001 AT 3t.m :** *riC. RUNS Wji ' TESTED. 1981 VW WITH NEW ENGINE 19T1 TOYOTA TOEOLLA. M.bOO. 
'miles, $795 or offers. 479-7922. $3*) or best offer. 474-7631. . to rebuild. $350. .-79 0'57. tettptf. $5f0 '79-4719. #ft#r 5 , 


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42 DAILY COLONIST. Victoria. B.C., Thure . .March )6, 197* 

lie ( AitS TOB SALK !IW t Alt* TOR SAI K IM t AR- TOR SAl.t. 



INDOORS AT 
779 PANDORA 

67 ROLLS ROVCE 

Silver Shadow 4-Or. All power op 
ugos Including air conditioning ene 
stereo Local automobile, irnmecu- 
late condition. 

73 Mercedes 450SL 

Hardtop end convertible loo, auto 
fully powered, air, stereo. 

70 Mercedes 280§L 

Hardtop and convertible top. auto, 
P.S., P S. 

66 Mercedes 230 



I 

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me me *if 


YOU CAN NOT 
Buy A Better Car 
Than An 
EMPRESS 
CROWN SEAL 
ySED CAR 
with a 30-day 
100 PERCENT 
MECHANICAL 
WARRANTY! 


72 JAGUAR 

All oower options in_ 
conditioning and stereo, 
with a cvl. economy 

71 JAGUAR XJ-6 
ii»!" r, ..al%.^S7 d 3K - w »" 

power Windows, one owner with 

only 40X100 mllee. 7g Q^, ra $<J9y> 

77 CADILLAC 77 Subaru Wifn M7te 

Fleetwood Brougham a Elegance l^attUIl PU. and Canopy 
♦■dr., fully powered with ell luxurv $3t&> 

ootlons. -t 


76 CADILLAC 

t-Or. SEDAN de Villa fuliv po* 
ered All luxury options. Local au¬ 
tomobile with only 20.000 mites. 

'75 CADILLAC 

COUPE DE VILLE. ell Power pp 
lions, air, stereo, traded to u* by 
local own4r with only 30X100 miles. 

76 CORVETTE L-82 

A-r. leather IS.000 miles 

75 CORVETTE 

Auto., P.S., P.B., P.W., f<it and 61 AUSTIN S-W 
trocowc UITM. 11000 mil... A a OIJiS 88 

76 Triumph TR-6 « 

Radio OVERDRIVE, redials. 68 PONTIAC Auto. 
Local. One owner. C8 GALAXIE oOO 

69 PONTIAC H.T. 

70 M AZDA 1200 


OPEN 

Mon.-Thui*s. 9-9 
Fri.-Sat. 9-6 
2367 Douglas at Topaz 
332-7121 D.L. D01227A 


Palm Motors 


VOLKSWAGEN 

POKSCHE 

AUDI 


Your Largest 
Volkswagen 
Audi 

Dealer On The 
Island 1 


1978 

WESTFALIA 

CAMPERS 

ALL MODELS 
AVAILABLE NOW! 


o 

VICTORIA 

DODGE 

[CHRYSLER 


TOYOTA 


ON YATES 

, -A 

76 Granada 

$39«J 

14 Dart 

$4688 

73 Ford Galx lAirl 

$1623 

73 Audi 

$1899 

73 Ventura Auto 

$1181 

73 Cortina Auto 

$ 1 .»W) 

71 VW 411 Auto 

.$1234 

71 Pinto Auto 

$1543 

71 Ma/da > 

S 495 

70 Chrysler 

$1512 

70 Otrysler 

$ 9 50 

68 Cortina S-V\ Auto 

$ 565 

TO \-\V Bus 

$ 923 

66 Rambler Auty 

$ 995 


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For Vour 
Protection 

OVER 150 
USED CARS 


100*% Financing 
at Bank Rates 
Available 



flil Sl-OHI. IMP|llcI CARS’IM 

Volvo 164 E CHOICE Of' THREE 


TRILKJI. BISK* 
nod VANS 


i 158 


TflUBi 


FOUR 10-OAY-OLO AR7IXI3 

-Guardsmen ttoei-Oeited radial* 

wilh rime, coat over $J0o new. sen 
I for best offer over *75. 315>to40 

The price on thl* to* ef-ffse-ltne »—1*7* Detsun pickup with can- 
Volvo he* iu$t been reduced to opv _ _ ^ „ , 

make It an exceptional buv Com- , 2—1*74 Ford Courier pickup. 

Dletaiy equipped with i»r. Sunroof 3--1W3 Detaun 14001 pickup ,icen JR7t-IS TIRES M< 

leather upholstery, PS. PB AM tor • Per eoitoi Sendee Phone Timm*** 

FM radio. Michalin redleis auto. CHARLIE PETERSON now at e^on - 

Vary dean Per personalized ser Emorass Pontiac Bykk G.M.C. 5 n^MELIN RADIALS 145-SRU 

•“ ** k ft w ...or bai B %: n ” » m4m \hBMS&. - 

"“olXSua" 0 " r , -T. -r I6U PART*. ACCXMIMUEA 

3 * 2 - 6)77 31*43171 72 Ford 3 4 I OH I_L 1 ( C—' )iV . jZT ma/iY 

- --CAMPER SPECIAL. 340 V-4 euto.. *Gpody #•**?* redials 

P S. P.B.. Mona preen. Looks dndig/*/^ Dgdte $200 

drives "ke new. ?na nowergilds transmission. $50 

r ^ ul *U_ .Y* Tc * SALE V pioneer cassette deck plus two 

38S772z.D-0ia.0A I j en »en speakers. $100. 345 1741 


BMW 3201 


|NS* AND f 

TIRE! MOUNT 


Ltd-. *50 Yates. 


owm. I m speakers. StoO. 


-PLUS- 

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—12 month extended power 
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on all used care at no cost 
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USED 


75 MGB 

ROADSTER a-speed. red*a*, 

radio, two tonneau s. Locel^gpe 70 VW Beetle 


eeus. Localgpe 7(( VW 

70 FO 

ITOET 71 DU 


S323 

579 
$922 
$457 
51420 

$1042 77 Nova. Sdn. 

'714 77 BMW 321-1 
$KW7 77 Volare Sdn. 

FORD Stn. Wgn $683 : 77 Grand Prix Htp 
75 MG MIDGET 71 DUSTER H.T. auto *1978 76 Honda. Loaded: 

4 - speed, redials, on* owner exceo- 72 DATSUN 510 $1485 76 Elite,2 dr.. H.T. 

t.oneiiv Clean. 72 CORTINA 2000 S9:Wt 75 Sky hawk, 4 *pd 

7 a urn 73 MAZDA auto. $1505 

VoamteS. ^wm. r«i.i.. A 73 METEOR H.T. auto -. 

track, two Tonneau's. Very cieen. $19Ni 

$264 

$278; 

Instant 

"NO-RED-TAPE" 

Credit 


PICK YOUR CAR 
PICK YOUR 
PAYMENT 

EXAMPLE: 

Amount $1,000 

Months 12 

Interest $ 68 .% 

Payment $89.08 

1 Other amount* available up 
$ 5.495.to 48 months. Above exam- 
51 1.500 1 pie computed at annual per- 
$ 5.2951 centage rate of 12.5 per cent 
$ 6.493 on approved credit. 

$ 3.995’ 

$ 4.695 
$ 5.795 


ALL 

Reosonable Offers 

ACCEPTED! 


OPEN 9-9 
386-3516 


Metro Toyota Ltd. 

625 Finlayson 
Dealer Uc. 00431A 


'76 COUGAR XR-7 IJ SJSroaSSf’™ 

Air ccndltlonlng. cruise control. 

•involute* like new with only 
15.COO one owner miles. 


72 Ford Conv't 

LTD. auto.. P.S., PB., PA 
6 way oower seat, factory air con¬ 
ditioning. 

72 TOYOTA 1200 

■ -speed, radio runs good, looks 
good. 


Test Drive 
THE 
AUDI 
5000 


Plus Many More 

OPEN 8:30 to 5:30 
CLOSED SAT-SUN 

MUIUKS k>U. 

DePape Motors Ltd 2936 Douglas 

77* Pandora D-00264A J7 


3342 OAK 

(Down the street from 
jDunald’s Hamburgei 

PAINTER 


100% Financing 
on Approved Credit 
Scotia Plan! 

To Chooee From 


Douglas Volkswagen Ltd. 
Porsche - Audi 
3329 Douglas Street 

388-5466 

Dealer Licence 00341A 


_ _ D-00264A 

344-IDJ5_*| (formerly Melibu Motors Lot 2) | 

1970 CADILLAC cdUPE DE ! 74 FORD U Ton eyto duel tanks 
v He, safety Ineoected March 1st 74 CLDCA t speed 
new muffler and windshield, power 74 SCAMP 2-Or . hi. 311 auto 
rquioped. e.r, tape deck, trailer | 73 MAZDA rotary RX? . 

Devs 3M-*725, night* 73 TOYOTA Coroll* IWO auto 
and weekends 477-7775. j 73 GRAN Torino soulr* Wgn. 

-*-173 MUSTANG Fest Beck euto. 

•74 LTD. BROUGHAM 4-DOOR .72 CUDA V-*. buckets, mags 
riardtoo, power steering, power 72 MUSTANG Auto., lew mllecge 
©rakes, radio. Plush Interor n CHEVELLE 2 dr. HT maos 

loaded with extras, excellent .OVWBEEII.6 
condition. 721 3461. after 5 F.m. 70 CUTLASS S 2-dr. HT. 

. „ r oriiov aaapoiiic n GT0 JUDGE. Rambler 4 so 

rtW. “Sii" BEAUMONT a» .ulo, P.5. P U. 

riNANC'Hf 0« s 

Andy. _- — - I 

.57S OOOCE i DART TWO DOOR 77 LlHCOln MK V 

X Hg&tfQa i” «« t-jb-JSKS ™K28! » ^.n 

i p ' ,n ■___»— Dark green moon dust paint with 71 MAZDA trutk 

MUST SELL. *73 , TOYOTA matchlnf - -" 1 --* “ 

Corona, standard, good condition, dau root. . _ ..—- 

63.000 mllas. Best Otter over SIOOO. SALES LTD, ‘‘SO Yates St.. 

3(6-7345 alter 6. | 368-7722. D00I610A. 


VICTORIA 

DODGE-CHRYSLER 

Hours: Mon.-Frl. 9-9 
Sat. 94) 

DL. No. D 00 #rr.\ 

384-8174 


PLIMLEY 


1010 YatM 

>02-9121 



TOYOTA 


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1978 

MERCURY 

MONARCH 

Choose from 
8 MODELS 

"ST PATRICK'S 

SPECIAL" 

1978 MONARCH 2-DR 
SPECIAL EDITION 
Dark Jade Metallic 
—4.1 Litre — 250 OD 
engine 

- Select Shift Automatic 
Cigar Lighter 
DR78xl4 whit# sidewall 
radial tires 
Power Steering 
Power Front Disc 
Brakes 

Electric defroster 
AM radio 

FORD DURA GUARD 
„ SYSTEM 
Stock No. 8-232 

$5695 


Financing by 
Ford Motor Credit 
On Approval 


SUBURBAN 

MOTORS 

3377 Douglas St. 

386-6131 

Dealer Lie. 0WO3A 


rich's special 

M ".U.n'Tii »|- MORSE CAM AND UFTfUS 

*^ra wtc*l»' and wiow tire*, owner vehicle. 3*0 V I, 4 voted for 331 to bolt 3 33 Crown end 
White For more Information■ tranunivstog. power 'brakes.>Pinion lor Chav. Ford hlghleckera 
Vf xve call Rich Lwkm at AAcCel- (»w*r fleering. Ropioctm«.nt coal.: ard line*. Aaaorted tlrea. wheels 
sitave can kkh tarxtn 11..XW41 -- — Arting or ke $5475. 642- and pert* for Chav end VW. Algo 
— • — —— BMW wliaets Oftera. Between 5 


lom 


.... Larkin .. 

>2-6122. DL0MS0A. - - 

i 5065 afer 

ITALIAN STYLING WITH GER- 1 ends 
man performance 1976 black and - 
sliver Sclrocco. extra* include (# 

. . . -‘vr A64- 


p.m., anytime i 


Assorted 

or Chav a _ _ 

_ _ .. _j«a Offer*. Between 

«n.1 7, 362 2601_ 

- GMC SIERRA GRANDE,! ENGINE * STANDS, ADAPT TO 
j-ton, 4x4, V-l eutomatk. 22 op- all motor*. 360 degrae rotation. 


Fw'ihiia 1 rasoahe ceaxlai !l»**k- Hons.' 34»o mile*, dealer owned, i Quality creftamanahlo, painted or 
“j*?- $,o ° Phop * 47, - wo? ^ 


_, u . AtHna (MOO Grand*. Won. 4x4, V-6 

■ CMgi »I»| ■'»* S»&.!*ffiuA l, ;«y;S 0 6 jX?I!; 0 *! «Af.iATOR"ueAAiH5. past To¬ 

rn. FORD RANGER '., FREE SSv! > fflf < S.ta St.. bKfn'AmSii 

FIAT FERRARI 15 e SX: r u ^S?¥., l fnS , 14 , 5S s’. 1 ? 

ALFA ROMEO ^ IB! - 

AW «Nr fin. c. .r. MrvkW S.,300 or MM of*. ».S«U .l-riXDJJOH - CQUN T *V SUSPE^ 

» Eurot.r TJI P.mOroM. A _. _ Vo^SSE? ter CM. pSd VJ3 

Its- 3626. t OODGE B100 POWER p o d n e Pickup* VICTORIA 

rOR.SALE A.SOEUTEET -KttS' r.teSS OTl. RJ** *’ 

Unit, new $7700 aak’na $*400 or ----- - -- 

best oher. cell 382-6J37 after 6 B. C AUTO WRECKING 


maculate 1*6* Crevrolet impala 
cony*<tlbt«. new calm, new lop. 
new caroets, PS, PB. radio, me- jjT 
hettfeeny A-l. $2*50. Phone pj 
;»6-235? after 6 P.m. 


LTD. 


PORSCHE 


— 1»!6 ,T >. w L Cni L Vi», '350 L to&k' no.v jrrKRInomgji m.l» or car. 

mjn S^^ttLKSSS- S #, .rrir. ln t.5KI IIeed tof ^de. c l «e 

leather aeeta. e^ v^eo dlUorilng. condition. New elevating camper r Vtto SAi0 2l7 r-ioh-.sa 
POWJ Window*. S-W*. $23,500. root elec «v?IMMb »5-7*\ »n!m'W mb W ? \iS' «WL 

— . — - — — — »tj CHEV PICK-UP, V 8. STAN- mega with HSO'a %J 5. 479-2235 

Iui U R^Lfc». S ^wlc - PU da*rd, power brakes. 4 new tires,, between 5 7. __ 

p,u ' r ' t '* hiounted snow tires, con MAG WHEEL AND 

pelnt, AM-FM atereo ceaaettt. re- heavy duty suspension, clean, ex- f ouf K« v sione d a 

iSVl 8 ,d#a ' ,0f Clmp#r ^*O0kJ mjSf Jti xwSr. sSo; 

~sr' -—W.*C«II 652-$6to. __ two CB radio*. $75 and *Sc\ 

1*75 TR6, RADIO. LOW MILE- 0NE S6T HOOKER HEADERS, 3^5-9)01, 54._ 

aoe radtol*. ekcellent condition, jidewlndar elumlnum highriser. MIN , parts oe* ENGINE AND 
prone after 5 P.m or w^tk.nd* -.n-told. tjj■ Honey J \£ff. 

,656 5426. ---OF* M d M tid W7 craok Detsun r**<F 

PORSCHE TARGA M ** 360 ’ 3W ' * M Fwd nator Mazda dash and many other 

1 Black cm crom AMtalHc, top condi - __— __ ! perl*. 652-261* after 5 p.m. 

1 lion. Turbo wheal? and tirev Price DODGE TRADESMAN VAN. rnnr . Fk , NT >ND 

$l4.i0C. After 5 p.m., 5*54664. aioc. V4. 16,<W) miles, excellent , WA ^, T a E Si„t^?°£ Ih n ?. N Twrto> 

WHIT i Tr,CEDES i . ^E,H. S±R. Wf Ji-SS ,*ff i 'S^JSSt " T “ ^ 

. MUST SELL -71 KFNWORTH iW» » l « lR R . A«-»-l- WME. 

1*5* MERCEDES BENZ. 770S r C E Tandem tractor With -- Wa,, eunxic; 

fully-^stored, except running ,,^ r . rebuilt Cummins. 

oroc r We regulr# bids 3B2-5I05 P 9513 |r a n$., can Stu at 3*3-4054 -ItT ^ ^ 

atier 5 o m weekdays."_ *nv«m* \57 j016_ 

MINI FOR SALE IS62 MORRIS ,077' CHEVY VAN. 'EXCELLENT I^JL^Lp^thPrwIaa 6 nS SSoe 
du>man. $500 foc«nt mecha nical condjlion fiberglass hood scoop ^ 

work don*, otters. 4(2-653* between wlJor Harei ^ spoiler, et Mot, *—• ^V” 3 : _ 

- »nd 7 p.m.__ mrsa ell around, otter* to $6000 ig*7 DODGE CORONET. 4-DOOP 

CLASSIC 1«Sf MERCEDES, VERY 47*-53*4.___ -HL" run * #0<,y 

well maintained, $1700 3*44225 75 GMC VAN ^00 MILES * 

after 7 p.m.__ 6-cvlInder standard, finished, inter!- k 


7, MGB MO. NEW _ENGiNE _ . iff O&jUfSi^Sig" °° 


good. Offer*. i7»-7408. 

1*71 TOYOTA CORONA MARK II 
1 vhole. 503X‘ 


Clutch, brake*,'^etc'.'’ 4*^*o'rniiS! CT JortwffJ. remov«Bl« t*bie all meche Mc*! p ert*. 

S*74M7._ b * < L°* f ? r * °*1 V4>00 ***•“-!'67 DATSUN, MOT4 

TR) VERY GOOO CONDITION.!^* GMC 150 V8 AUTOMATIC, needs reerend, ' 
*2a00 Serious inouiriee only. 23.000 mile*. Power *teor ing, orler. 

I power brake*, short wheel base. 

tT* : ----— AM-FM cassette. Interior - 

1*73 VOLVO 144S. RADIO NEW fomlzed. $i*00 or best otter, 
radial*. Weil maintained. Offers on I M u. 3*6-*52*. 

$3330. 5*5-6634 after 6. 


' cu* ROUGRIDEJt FULLY INSULAT- 
ed canopy. V box $400 . 4762635 
• afte r 5 p.m. Weekday*. 

IFF! GMC SIERRA CLASSIC.. J?- IL - L • A - N0 


on*. 

2.to0 


CORVETTE, MANY op- ton. V4 aulomatic, power Steering, -~zr M . 
including air condltlonlna. pdwer brakes, tilt wheel and slid- 1 noon °‘ aner “• 

112-724W36. . line tack -— - 

I 112»74*-B*?B. 


47*4745 before 


windows. 


$3,**5. - 6 7 CHRYSLER NEW YORKER, 

,•75 MG MIDGET. 30,000 MILES,! "??5S!!?I-------ISiifl.rS^AkJsrM 

excellent condition, tested, phone : 1977 DATSUN SPORT TRUCK. r * *°- t lrm - _ 

i7?-2!28, Sandra. _ deluxe cab, camper carwpv. as v W USED AND NEW PARTS 

new. $«000 or near offer. Phone refullt motor* $250 and uo. Beetle 
752-6132. Auto Haus. 50* Ei'lce, S*2-l*15 

R10, 


77 Honda Civic $3795 

77 Plymouth Arrow $4295 

77 Triumph TR7 $6710 

77 M.G.B. $5970 

75 Chevy Nov $3695 

74 Marina. Automatic $2295 

74 Vega Hatchback $16951 

73 Cortina 
73 Dodge Polara 
72 Plymouth Fury 
72 Mazda P.h. 

72 Ventura 

77 MAZDA LWB truck SUM 1 71 Caprioe 
77 MAZDA GLC.3 spd. S71S95 7U Mercedes Benz 
MAZDA C.LC 4 s,jd. S34M : 70 Pontiac 


McCallum Motors Ud. 

WAGON'S 

HO! 

THEY'RE ALL 
READY TO GO 

AT THE 



U 260Z. '4,000 MILES. SUNROOF 

perfect condition. Best otter. 8(3 _ _ _ _ 

Cunningham St. alter 7 p.m 1*72 tNTFRNATlONAL PICKUP, 1**7 RENAULT RIO 4-SPEED 

ai tot firthn rnwriiTiON REST vs - •w$orn»t*c, power brakes, can- re-built motor tor parts. 3*3-771* 

ffiPs"’"*, IS?"'!:___- - 

o.m. _A’Fleg .F507JS. att ,r 5- — ]MISCELLANEOUS ENGINE 

mi MGA stock, •sctllenl axtei- ”),mc. EP ( mtekc^tete EttA C^fy “J* 1 ”" ctesn 1 .., Isnk, ]M-Cs< 

lion <? Ml otters. 3*64324._mllev telance oi warranty, moet .'$$ CHE V. HEADERS ANO PIPES 

196* VOLVO l*0OS, SPORT Obt'ons. $6,850. <5* 1020. __ Hkt new. 3*3 pe rfs. 3*4 *106. 

Couoe 243 27*2 morninQS_ , l«70 DOO*GE VAN. EXCELLENT ,1*56 CHEV «; TO'J 477-232J 

c I AT, GOOD CONDITION, condition, completely rebuilt, shag _deyS. 65* 8108 afte r 5 p.m. _<* 

■ standard, asking $1200 3*3-4597 . n * oflahvd# I'pRO-feulLT. HIGH PERFORM- 

LC* M,LEAGE7T»,rcORVETfE! FAUV,, Te ^ M<1 J" 1 ?”-- 

pric^ to „l. J« .M US! °* 

74 VOLVO 142, 38.000 MILES,'merit value. *10,05* sacrifice. ^ r '°. e ■ -ZTZ: -- 

of fer* to $4X00. 47*416* _J$6.*00 5*5-2312. eveninqs 5*5-7230 j SIMCA PARTS FOR SALE. '67 TO 

mf MGA 1600 ROADSTER. GOOD HEAVY-DUTY FORD 4?4 WITH' j47*-WTI.- a - 

condition. $1000 . 5*5-6305. ’«" steel .deck, new motor iob 1663 VW WAGON. OWNER IS 

-’- | new Interior, pood condition, 1965 moving, $50. 38S-*224. a 

IM TKI f KS, BI SF.S F250 $1600 642-322*. - UNICORN LONG BOX CANOPY 

AND VANS (MUST SELL *75 DATSUN S«*OR- for Import truck. 47*-121*. 

___truck, 4nd canopy, extra snowies.! - a, • -- 

'73 TOYOTA PICK-UP. EX- rad'o. v oer shape, atking $3,000 18T - AI TO REPAERA, 
cellent condition, radial*, maos 3*243*8. 
and canopy, 1’areo tape-deck. 

X.OOO miles, $3000, evenings only . 

477-2257. 


SALE 


Happy Face 
Place! 


$1295 

$1.&5 

$495 


raoiai 
$17012. I 



able ^ensporlation, new brake*. 327. power steering, power br#kM. 

41 tires, 45.000 miles asking oower window*, tested, oucketo 
ff. Phone 3*5-4*** after 5._and console. $700 or best offer.) 

U MUSTANG II, ECONOMICAL 4 V4 -’ W ? -— _ • _ - --I 

<vi,nder. radial fires, mags, radio. MUST SELL 1*74 MUSTANG II.« 
to,000' or otters. Call mornings Good condition 22.COC miles, 4 
«5>,7iqi epeed trallsnirj,sion. power steer- 

-'-:- .ing, oower brakes, white wall radl- tm PANDORA 

-66 BEAUMONT ST A T I O N *1 tire*. GNerer>egff 474-1751. . n • v 

wagon- 6 cylinder, reliable tram- 3&*-lk>l DWhU..A 

PC'tation, good mileage, gbod 1*6* OLOSMOBILE CUTLASS SU-_ ___ 1 

brakes end tires. Otters. 3*8-59*8. preme, power steering, power 
brakes, good condition, $9*5. View 
73 METEOR, 9-SEATER STATION bv celling 385-7254. alter 5:30 
wagon excellent cond tion, brand **ekdavs, or anytime weekend* 

new tires, 48,000 miles. S3.0C0. -- -- 

477-0045. j lai JQX ^F1 1 * 

305 V-8. ‘A*. R_emoier .stetlon^.wagon^^reii; 


MANY MORE 
TO CHOOS1 FROM 
From $295 Up 

Shop Yates Street 


$1295 
$1895 
$1150 
$2195 
$2295 
$1495 

71 5Iercur>' Montego SW 
74 Pontiac LeMans 4nlr.. SWj' 
■ 71 VolvoJL4SS, 4-spd. R. 

176 Datsun 710 SW. white 

76 Datsun 710 SW, red. 

, 74 Datsun 710 SW, AT. 

72 Toyota Corolla SW 
'70 Ford Cortina SW. 


SERVICE and TOWING 

1*77 GMC TON. RADIO. 6-- 

tires, heavy duty springs, ladder DARYL'S MOBILE AUTO 

,_rack and tire mount on front. 1.000 REPAIRS AND SERVICE 

'75 FORD F250 4 X4 . 20.000 MILES, fnltos , 15,500. 656-4310._ I At vour home or business. 24-hour 

I w»»s - ':r'^r^„ c r* k ;; ■» chev >. ton. automatic pr»™ 

I jailon* fuel capacity, new wheels iTw "zx vx til 1 o?n L* .' piaioSi. 

| AM -AIAIBB W7j 477-1MI. ! ^rb^TEEAl RS REASOSiTUf 

•74 JIMMY 4X4. P.S.. P.B, T-S MUST SELL BY~WEEKEND - r *" s ?“&}& "m{MlC. «4«V 

•uto. lUdtog .Itowrl, f«4 rpek ftij GMC Vw. r«iiil ™>or. ”' lc0 « d - ,,l,f S _ 

[ N»» maps. tlr»», c OIP "»» Utocks. Mtn Imt WM. wV REPAIRS 

IT-tol£xiwf,m L °5“.4 , to-i^.m N 4* 1 l’- 000 ” 6 *” oH,r RFdu.P tootors |«0 ,n) up. Sppup 

Mtot SI4C0 Urn,. 74i 7> M pnpf 3. j ■ .lj.i -t . ' .l. ......—:.. 7^T Auto Hau, RTF Elllc. 3*3Tits 


tY)P-TOI J VALUES 

Op>en 9 o.m.-8 p.m. 

DaulerTAcence 57'JA 


1474 BUICK REGAi, TWO DOOR. - _. 

automatic Iran sis,,on Dowan l»» 7 Camaro Rally SPJT'u »> 

- very good condi- A.. R.. S B. • P.W , 3W» mjies. 


$150 


[ able transportation. Not tested but flow*. 


Summer cars 

2-Convertibles 

71 COUGAR XR-7 with magi, and 
leg pipes, 

70 TORINO GT, poppy orange witn 
white interior, eauipoed with 
air conditioning and power win- 478-1741 


B.C.A.A. Inspected I-, volvo n« gl. auto. 
For Your Safety 73 Plymouth setmus 

. . 73 CLTJCA, 40.UO0 miles 

DOWNTOWN 73 PINTO Squire Wgn. 
1101 YATES AT COOK ,73 DATSUN 610 2-dr. HT 
382-6122 Dir. Uc. 0085A j 72 Vtv. 411 auto. 

COLWOOD ' 7rtMKTfc0R s ' v ' ,0 * ded 


Auto Sales 
Auto Service 
Auto Lease 

Three Big Reasons 
Why We Really 
Come Through For 
You 

CARS 
77 T-BIRD loaded 
16 COUGAR XR-7 loaded 
with only 25,000 miles 
76 PORSaiE 911-S 13,000 mi 
1 76 CGRVETTi: Lr82. air 

I 75 COMET 6 . auto.. P.S. _ 

75 MUSTANG n. 6 cyl. 4-spd | 67 DODGE van, engine 

o mBVmr snake*, matter cylinder, muffler *77 GOLDEN EAGLE CJ7 

4.T (AIKVEa 1 I fa Koaasiei and ofw ^ v##r ^ $700 au i em *i;; quadra Trac. 

V- 8 . 4-Speed, 14.000 miles. [ firm. 3 B 6-2776. tiom. $7600. 382-27^. 


,1 iutcdijati rsKi a i ,.,'W DODGE MAXI-VAN, WITH 

« 3 .,a N u TER . N u AT J. windows, naw transmits on, needs 

fiatdeck. stake sides, 345 V-®, ? some body work, $9S0. Phone 

sceed rear end, offers to $3,000. 345.5437 or eveninqs. 477-0525.-- —— • 

478-6226 evenings. - — -i _ -- JUNK CARS REMOVED, $18. 

,?T rvuve WA M aavitMA a FORD F100 V<i TON, RED 652-12*3. 

-W S I with «"OOV. 300, 6-cyllnder, $»25. . - ■ - ■ ■ -- 

raXvat”' _. ..._ 1M AUTO BODY WORK 

47»« M». _ it, W ,^! C m"|L ’—Iff*. 5371 AND PAINTING 

W EORD^CONOLINE, PARTLY uJS,* JiJni™ 


cylinder, 
perized v i 
offer* onto 


cam periled window van, good con¬ 
dition, must sell. Asking $550. *71 VOLKSWAGEN VAN, 
periled, cassette player, 
tires. 3*3-9516. 


5*5-2715. 


1*74 FORD ECONOLINE E300. '*** INTERNATIONAL V» TON 
excellent condition, $3 500 or.Pick-up. X5. 4 speed with cenopy.: 

offers. Phone after 5 . 479-1020. ^IW-lBg. __ 1 

1*77 DATSUN PICK UP. COM-11*S$ GM£ to TON PICKUP. MOSTi __ 
clately rebulth new paint, canopy, work done. $500. 479-55*1 

oMers. 315-0614. after 5:30._ 


__; RAY PARKER'S PAINT AND 

CAM- Auto Body, free estimates. ICBC 
rediel cleims handled promptly. 30 years 
experience. 422 Burnside Road 
East. 

op- CAR SIMONIZING FROM it5. 

i mobile service, also vinyl too end 
— interior, phone Dave at 6SM444. 


jeTp. 1 


J C 743-5050 C or \ 


leg pipes. 

^^^ntvVor^eqytooeS* with 1856 lslaQd Highway_ j ,59 ACADIAN, 4 dr. 


i 1976 GMC JIMMY HIGH SIERRA. 1W4 FORD ... 

' Must he sold, excellent condition, ce'ient shape, f?300. 

I Low mile age 9 * 2-7*13. _: 3* A-31>*. _ 

69 PLYMOUTH S Doris Furv 1 FORD to TON CAMFSR SPE ,, s „ n O-BIRD RECREATIONS LTD. 

.. tototto i z ^ cl *'' VI. eutpmallc, too condition. »10.Burnside_Rd. East. .385-874* 

itO IPAniAN J Hr 38L-447I. ~ 


reasonable offer refuiad'^^TW. •*»llv done so. 3*6^266. 

S 383 MAGNUM SE 'JZ. .™S!L 

1*72. cieen. fem.iy car. moyhj rahi,^headers 4 - 70 CHALLENGER,.. white. ~«~ 


Dir. Uc. D-0850 w VAUXHALL VIVA 
| 68 CYCLONF HT 


Campers—Trucks-Van Inserts 


Rec jtffDCLET 

riAMC Jeep iZZZS27 


5*92-6365. hardtop.' V-l, tested March* W, 3*^7722 15-01610A*" 

. T . . -,, y , Vl0 1*7* U"ers Phone 17*1740 be. 


miles, stereo cassette, immaculate. p r |T. 
55100. After 6 evenings 478-2576. 25L. 


656 2432 


3*3-40*9. 


East No^reasonabie offer refused, brakes, WW b9THf, caVn, headers. 4 -7 q CHALLENGER, white with 

*«»” . SSTuSt $r&. Cxc '"'"' <on<11 ' SSNffl r “,i*"s^' thft'hiri'-to: 'SIDNEY CAR MART 

;^« TAT -rFM**S?S: To ? ,yo...4.DooR WtS^uTU.^ y v a ^ Sn< Extra*ciean Ve 

Late Model Car* 

'72 VOLKSWAGEN SUPER BEE TruOkS and Vans 

tie standard transmission oas *7S/.Sth,Sf. D0U91A 

...,cr .ci , i.wy niucDicY a heatar excellent condition through- — . -r — -- -- 

67 VW BEETLE. GOOO CONDI- MUST SELL 1*70 MAVERICK 6 ^ Asking $1,7*5. 3*3-0089 

as 003 original miles $*75. cylinder automatic, rad with black --—— —« . p. , tc~*r r - rs 

65,003 origna vinyl root. 2-door In excellent con- 73 VW SUPERBEETLE. GOOD 74 DUSTER 

„ __ dltion 48,000 miles iust tested, condition, asking $2000. Will con _ . owner Candv 

. >!«; «»•'• Phon. «l*m .nv ^,, V 'R^ U ’°ito°Sr, c r uViom*™; 

^fSlnalmlfii Wto V a4-**ii ESTATE SALE ! lm *'___1-black interior. YATES - TO 

-— - 1*7$ Cordoba fully equipped star- MUST SELL 75 PONTIAC FIRE- SALES Ltd., *50 Yates. 388-/722. 

1*65 CHEV 6-CYLINDER STAN- aust ^ exterior with matching bird, immaculate. $4,400 or offers. D-016I0A. 

d «7 IV"” W *"' b * if V *n^ _-_, CUSTOM BUILT - WILDCAT^!** 

« /3-72*6. ----| MHei, ** 3» *T B**f BWT. 3i*p|W. - 4 CA p R) cc 4 .sPEED RA- hardtop sedan, full power, radio. 5 

!*7i VOLVO STATION WAGON, )w FORD GALAXIE. 2 DOOR, dials, good condition. *2800. wheels, srvow tires, one owner phy^ 

20.CC0 miles, reasonable offers, automatic 3*0 Engine, power 479-5775. _; s _ G°v»rnmwr»t tested 

chone 112 71? 59 10 steering, power brakes, IlK L #***££*■—■er.RiHLT— 3Vt M * rch ' n - >l175 - 651891 _ 

nTmUSTANG. 351 CLEYSLAND, _ZL ^Sf^keSEZSWI St POP S»LE l»!I »EIG€ COL- 131-2-DR. SEDAN. Melall.c 

4 speed, maws some body dam- ^75 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL!3*2-1013. y ) % r .^{ 00> .. ,l !2 t!*' 

age. Phone after 5 p.m. 3*549361. 'Town Couoe. executive driven. —__ •■ - 1 condition, Pirelli radial*, radio,. 

-~r ” __ yqoO miles loaded ail options, IMMACULATE '6* FI RE BIRO, electric deH osier SJ»95 or closest! rims. LIST $5880. 

63 FORD GALAXIE. V* AUTO- M2-5W2 loaded with extras, 382-6355 after|o»ter. Phone after 5. 65* 534* , 

mafic, runs well, tested. *325 or ^ -—-j. - - - , U 1 . 

'itferi 47*0167 '7S CORDOBA POWER STEER-1 ----— '72 RENAULT, IMMACULATE 1 

orters. w - i( ^ brakeV w>wer seats 1 67 CHEVELLE SUPER SPORTS, condition new brakes, wiring. 

58 VOLKSWAGEN. VERY NICE ^ mltoaae Musi sell, hood 327 high-performance, mags, tires, transmission J 

shape, new clutch • nd t \J, r| m«mls- after 4 Oeve. 5to-»S0i._ __ 1 $24&.-3*5-7660. _ 

.,on. Tested recently .5*8- 1*65 ~ CONVERT'BLE "PONTIAC 'M PLYMOUTH ST AT IONWAOON. '71 VOLKSWAGEN SUPER BEE 

MOVING MUST SELL 1977 p^isi-on- running gear good. $400. Just tuned jo, tested, tie. radio, qas heater, oood condi- 

Honde Clvte still under warranty. rj^ied. ’ooen to . 

_iPbon .. 

1*71 -TOYOTA 1200 7 DOOR ,. w 

oeint, cMch. food co- ^ Minf rew rad*eis, tech. Cite 1 

dltion. cr best offer, 76-74S6. ,1'^ c * r R« ,J 1970 MAVERICK, 6 CYLINDER 'S! MERtfuRY PARK LANE I 

1*66 CORVAIR MONZA HT Id), 15 °9° rnilM - 47*01*7. automatic, new paint and motor good condition tested teklng 

automatic. excellent condition. yyQMAN DRIVEN 1970 OLDS-1 overhaul ft.OSr?^ I12-746-6928. offers. 383436 66. _1 

_ Toro0-d 2lp., rnan ^ 0p, ^ n «; TESTED GREEN -U DATSUN 73 CORTINA "wool. GOOO CON 

. 0 L. r _ e^scn « , > , • of,#r ■ mu5t 4-door, 40.0CO miles. Micheiln rad. dttion. one owner, $1790. 477-0960 

I after 5 p.m. 


67 TEMPEST Coupe, air 
TRUCKS • 


1973 MAZDA 1800 PICK-UP. CAN- 1*77 DODGE B-100 VAN. STEREO 
opy. asking $16*5, offers. Evenings system, camping outfitted, $4700 
743-267*. 


386-0848. 


CARS AND TRUCKS 
WANTED 

WANTED 
TO BUY 

TOP QUALITY 
CARS 


SUPER 

SALES 

BLITZ! 

'78 FIAT (DEMOt 


4ers.' 383-2235. lion,'$1400. after 3 p.m 

Phone 382-5646 after S P.m. 1*66 VOLKSWAGEN DELUXE!-70 MAZDA 1200. 2 DOOR. * 

DATSlXl 1203 FASTBACK, ^ J,, very good condition, tested, .sojed.'adlals excellent shape 
oaint new radial*, fach. cibe ,r *^' 0 - $*0C- 388-7826. 1479-4)87 after 5. 


Irsm radial*: 'TSdS blue. 5 speed, radio, beauty 1 

ic defroster. $3*95 or < *' ’ - 

Phone after 5. BLITZ! $5195 

... PONTIAC CATAUNA 

qood tody, 2 -Dix>r hardtop, with "air". 

$1195 

5 FORD THUNDERBIRD! 


75 CiMC Sprint El Camino 
75 DODGE ‘j 
and canopy 
74 RANGER XLT V 8 . AT 
71 TOYOTA Pickup and 
canopy 

71 DODGE \ ton.V -8 auto. 
71 MAZDA and canopy 
71 CHL'V *i ton Suburban 

COME IN AXD 
SEE US FOR AU, 
YOUR MOTORING NEEDS 

We Pay Cash For 
Good Clean Cars 

2978 DOUGLAS 
382-9111 

LWXI3WA 


68 FORD TON, NO MOTOR. '*1 TOYOTA LAND CRUISER 
ueautiful shaoe, must be seen. ***- excellent condition, many 

$1000 65? 4307. ■ extras, $3000 or offtr*. 3«54)?4*. ; DePQDG MotOrS Ltd 

1*73 VW 7 PASSENGER VANTAU- ^ INTERNATIONAL OUMP FOR 77.* PANDORA 384403$ 

_ fomatic transnVisjion, excellent **!• thltn work. 479-6*06 or r ******* 

ton Pickup! condition, *2600. 47*4)2». _, <7*-l_$to._;_. 

to-TON OODGE ARMY" POWER ”47 BRONCO 4-WHEEL DRIVE, 
waoon 4x4, good running order. 2** radio, tachometer. Hurst 
656-16*3. I shifter, oood paint, $16*5. 3*3-6467. 


LUXURY AND CLASS 


75 TOYOTA < DOOR SEDAN. 5*-C00 or re .. ... 

tow mileage excellent condition, _ . 1 els $2.500. 47*-*426. 45*-*1*6 __ 

IJj OO. »II'» _MONO* ClYtC hatchback. I»73 CHEV CAPRICE ~ SW, EX 

- 7 •> wcr .a match da(*ic cellent condition, power ■ 

7 2 VEGA MAT >n.._?*L? l4nd Uiwlna. lir coixllllonl: 



PAINTER 

MOTORS LTD 


' irarwi? **■ “^ l ’ s "-IS2x”SSS: 


'A GRAN TORINO Coupe 
7? MALIBU dr 350 *'>to 
7? FIREBIRD stdek 350 auto 
72 MACH I New 361 Cleveland. 

■-.r ::w.i7- L - ._ -i-_ - -v . - i""iir># rtunux civic naicnexcx.;iwj *.ncv '.xrxii.e jw, cx-rah o-j-c 7t COtfGAR XR-7, vinyl rWJf. 

callent condition, cower brakes aood condition, call 386642I local cellent condition. 46.0CO miles, hi f3b Clo\erda4e J8.)-8<ub ;j FORD to-ton. V8, auto., PS PB 

13 or 5*5-0190. Tng $3*50. 477-73*4. after 4 p.m. • ni 0LP47A 71 AAATAOOR 2-dr. HT. PS, PB 

i Lf.to. UctoliA 70 CHEVELLE 2-dr. HT. 

70 CUTl 


72 COROLLA, GOOO MECHANI- ce!l^ R |Mt^ M ^ S !fl5f D 'r5lhr 
lit Ion, $850 or best offer. < WT^Sff SSr'k! 

offer over 


«*• 


a I cond.t 

54-47*2. 


FIRST $725 1*47 CHEVY NOVA FOUR DOOR - 

Ford. Good condition sedan, rebuilt engine, tested. $*00, -- 

- 5*5 2*65. 1197* 


_|_ ______ _ r 

,7! MUSTANG J. MO® MILES, TS TOYOTA COROLLA ! SPEED. HST-fl’ESf'“ E'ifVJi 0 . 
Rood cooBUion, SJ.U0 or MU olte., »», colt Dim orIwrro , ood ». in r^fZr InSJE lteS il 

isi!" 4 _«’■*»*_._S».«SkV , v«n,S'ti5d“.«'!K , 1 7!^R T S"c 0 p.‘.*i 

11772 OLOSMOBILE TORONADO. '64 RAMBLER STATION WAGON, i till December 78. ---- 1 

J »uljy„ power equipped. 533*5.1 good body, good Interlor needs en-|h|^. Asking $3300 


401 


... 1M 6* GALAXIE 1 

cu. JN.'** Javelin 4*pd. 

brakes. « FIREBIRD 350 euto. 


I 73 TOYOTA CELICA, AM-FM 


66 CHEVELLE. 350, TURBO 350, diflon. $2300. 477-1*30 or 477-»83 


aood Shape. 479-3637. 


race 


1*74 ASTRE HATCHBACK AUTO- 

^'*I* c '. y i , lSR' * >r * hock *'• • now lradlo,'catoette, redial tire*, lull,.,--- --,-. MM- r 

nre*..477-irr*. | tested, _6X000 mlles,_ exce]l*nt__cor- [ 1?72 OLDSMOBILE TORONADO. '64 RAMBLER STATION WAGON, |lin Decfriber TI. Excel.lent condi 


174-2*57. 


peed, good condition. 

67 VW BUG. MECi.. 

OK. good Interior, 5200. 595-5706 


•6« VOLKSWAGEN BEETLE,' -- 

$11*5 Home 477-4742. work 1*67 FORD COUNTRY SOUIRE 
477 *521. Ask for Susan. 1 good shape offers. 38S-8224 


.._ _£ED 

tow mileage, very good condition 
$1*95 firm. 3*3-444* enylima. 


533*5. 1 good body, good Interior, needs enJ't.gn. Asking $3300. 3&5-1212 after 5 
_ I fine work. Any offers. 477-5656. •» I n. ___ 

•6§ FIREBIRD NEEDS SOME W* VALIANT SCAMP CUSTOM, rcLrCA 4-so 'radial* 
bodywork otherwise nice shape, two door herd too, finished to deep 'A MAZDA RY^ ’s-W 
$800, 656-1503. ‘Sherwood oreen metallic with IS as 3 *?” _.. 


IMPORT CLEARANCE'! 
WE RE OVERSTOCKED!! 
77 HONDA H-B euto 


Sherwood oreen metallic . M 

to.— - cc . metch.nc green interior, v-8 aute X 
75 . 000 ,^' LES 2 malic, power jteermg, poweT disc Cl ? 


OROLLA :-dr. auto 


one owner, low mill 


$1**5. 


•67 DATSUN SST 1600 CC AUTO- 

73 MAZDA, 43X100 MILES. NEW matk 4-door, body good engine 1*6* GTX. 440* 4-SPgED. EX 6* MUSTANG. $1.50 
. ne Si 5T0 or offers 3*3 *3tl. needs worx $‘0 or oflers. 47F3JS4 , cettonf sheoe. offers. 6S6-a3«7 offer after 6, 3l*-75*7. 

\-Tj CORTINA. GOOD CONBl 55 CHEV BELAIR BODY NO »’**• VCNTEGO MX 4 SPEED i« 4 i FB5 OLDS DRIVE irlAWAV 
*'*- **'-* ~‘ T ~ —* drive train, of fers. 477-1370. _ J -^* UL *“ . , »wa.«a» —— -wn... - 

_____H ** VOLKSWAGEN BUG, $*00 - -- Wk . .. 

nai mile*. $1200. 642-50*1. 652-3272 door. $600. 656 3*04. | must sell. Phone after 6 9*1 

C A R 


WANT SOMETHING SPECIAL 
ie “ 

386-3316 


__L_, beck, excellent condition, offer* on J 1 

*40* 4-SP_EE_D. EX-. '6* MUSTANG $1,500 OR BEST '2W>, 385-0375 


JIM, «w, c n r-mni, ru"" 1 "U O'Ur 

..r»», moving mult sell, Earl, 1478-27*6. 478-8501. 
"“**• ,M " ,nW - - tONE OWNER 


STUDEBAKER. 72,000 ORIGI-, 6* VOLKSWAGEN BUG, 5*00 |1*8* PONTIAC PARISIENNE 2-1*63 VALIANT CONVERTIBLE. 1*70 TOYOTA CROWN. GOOO iWagon excellent condition. 

-- - -- -"- - . ffOO-Phone 3**-7243, between 65. | miles. $1900. 477-3**0. 


l 67 VW. $7*5. OVEWHAULED 
motor roof rack. 5*63525. 


sun pickup Offer*. 4765404. 


S*00._phone 38*-724j. between *-5. 

1971 CAMARO 390, GOOD CONDI 11*66 BUICK SPEC 
Ifion. 44.000 mile* $3000, 5*2-1*71, I best offer 3*2-2*17 


‘6* FORD '? TON, LOW MILE- 
age on rebuilt 42* and auto Irens, 

67 CHEV ’ »-TON REBUILT 2*3 
new trans. offers. 47672*4, 

'67 CHEV.. Vi TON EXCELLENT 
condition, ilOOO or best offer, 
656497*. 

56 GMC 14' FLATOECK, 6CYL- 
Inder, new clutch, $800 47672*6. 

1*68 DATSUN PICK-UP, B^DY 
excellent, runs well $750. 652-237? | 

72 FORD, ’ TON, F.100. 302 V-*. 
automatic. 50,000 miles, tested, 
good condition, $7,400. 477-1023 

158 TIRF.S 

1*74 GMC MO 'VTON PICKUP 
and canopy. $1000 or otters. After 
6 60-3434. 

"25% OFF" 

i*7l VOLKSWAGEN WESTFALIA. 
50^000 miles, excellent condition. 
$3800. Cell 385-8047 after 6 p.m. 

"WHEELS" 

White and Chrome Spokes 

•64 FORD VAN. MAGS, SIDE 
pipes. V-t engine. $500 Phone be¬ 
tween 5 and 7 p.m. 3Pf 020*. 

FROM 

$29.95 

1*6* FORD F100 RANGER. VI 
automatic, radio. $1,750 *58-5735 
days. 

. "60 SERIES" 

Raised White-Belted 

1*74 nk RANGER XLT 24.000 
miles, asking $5,500, 60-4540 or 
647-9106. 

A60x13. $38 88 
£60x14. $46 *8 

F«0xl4. $47.88 

1*77 FORD ECONOLINE VAN. 
automatic, power steering, brakes, 
AM-FM radio 479-0264. 

. G60xlS, $4*,SS 

ROAD HUGGERS" 

50 SERIES 

G!Cxl4-G50xl5. $74.50 
L50xl6AAS0x14. 5*4.50 

QUEENLAND TIRE 

384-007? 

* • 851 Viewfield 

MON.-FRI 8 TO 5 

1*72 HALF-TON GMC STEP VAN 
tested, $1,800 or best offer 
6561336. 

;'7< C55 RENEGADE. GOOD CON 
diflon, 304, V-B, 3-speed mags, call 
Itfiwtfn 5 and 8. 478 3627. 

'72 FORD. 300 ECONO NEW 
taint and flares, must sell, bes* 
olfer. 382-55*4. 


4X4 BRONCO 

71 SPORT. 31.000 MILES. Ex¬ 
cellent condition. 116537-54*5 

MIuilUIN 

1*72 FORD- eCONOLINE, S975, 
197T D0dg?*v*n. $1*95, 471-2773, 
3*66*30. 

'72’vw van; excellent c3n- 

dition. asking $2*00 2444-66*1 

TIRES - 

ALL SIZES AND 
TYPES IN STOCK 

AT 

1*49 DODGE PICKUP. 118 AUTO 

1 57.000 miles. Must sell. 3864U7. 

'65 ChEvy VAN. PARTLY Cus¬ 
tomized. $600; 312-3756, 

D&D TIRE 

'74 BRONCO 4-WHEEL DRIVE 

1478-37/7. 

• 1620 BLANSHARD 

f 1*74 DODGE 500 ( 7 TON) WITH 

11-*' Van. $3800. *77-42*7 evenings 

382-7283 . 

1 1*60 VW VAN. NEW PAINT AND 
1 liras, runs well. $790. 5*2-6373. 

: BR60-13 B.F. GOOORICH RADI- 
ai tires on ET diamond spoke 

m^gs. 3824)171. _ 

.RIM AND'TIRES FOP SALE, 
Ford 1 ton. GMC to t&t and >v 
(ton. 656-4310 

4 RALLY MAG WHEELS WITT4 7 
■ 040*14 and 7 G70xl4 tires, good 
condition. *300 . 383-400* 

1*75 BLAZER K5. OFFERS. 
Phone 476*221. 

VW VAN. CAMPERIZED. 1500 CC, 
tested, new pelfft. offers. 4769*41. 

1*6 4 acONOLINE TESTED 
qood condBlbn. $-*00 Cell 5*690*1 


WE PAY 


tiie Highest Prices for 
Your Clean Used Car 
TRY US—YOU’LL BE 
SURPRISED! 
Empress Pontiac Buick 
GMC \.TD. 

C-7121 DL01227A 


FOR 

TOP CLEAN CARS 

Contact: 

BRUCE IjOCKHART 
CORNELLrCHEV-OLDS 
3050 Douglas 383-3T77 

TROUBl t~SELLING YOuS 
CAR OR TRUCK? 

“ * -» COME ' 


CALL 

GARDEN Cl 
1*78 Douglas 


JME INTO 
TY AUYO SALES 
_3*6*111 

WILL TAKE AUTOMATIC CAR 
as down payment on choice of sev 
t>: condominiums or townhouses 
•ced from $29,500 to $45.«OC 

Bowden Realty. 3*3-5524,_ 

VALIANT WANTED 
5 cylinder, low miles, well i.__ 
teineo this week only. 3*7-5 
5, ask * - — 


mem 
J7-540* 

before 5, a*k tor Tom. 

CASH FQR LATE - MODEL CAR. 
W# also consign. 

FSOUIMALT AUTOMART t 


r LTD- 
3*6719! 


480 Esquima u 

HAVE $100* PLUS *72 MAZDA *0* 
waqon In excellent shape, went 
van. 6 cylinder standard Ford or 
GMC preferred. .3*8-7*03. 
HANDYMAN WILL PAINT 
house etc in exchange for station 
wagon. 30-gTt: • 

68 OR 6* CAMARO. 327 OR 307 
In good condition. AVer 5. 3*60134 


nml MOTOR HOMES 


: dc power system, toilet, 
sleeps 4 AM radio. CB radio. Bur¬ 
glar • alarm, tike reck, 8-treck 
stereo tow mileage. See at 2107 
Oowter Place. Inquire No. 7 4-6:» 
P.m. __ 

WARD TOP TEE PEE T RAlLE R 
sleeps 4, stove, sink, icebox and 
spare tire, excellent condltlor. 

721-375* Gordon Head 


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DAILY COLONIST. Victor*. B.C., Thai*.. March 16. 1978 


CAMPLfW. TRAII RH8 

MOTOR HO MTS 


I VO ROOM and BOARD 

FOR UNIVERSITY ST_UD CNT ~i 


irWK UHI»SK>UT 

’ ■ ““ worklit! men. 

COASTLINE — 

^ U l»1 BOOM »«rf 

WE MOVED 


J0« A»*AK i Mfc.NT* "To 
I RENT UNF1KVTMHM) 


BOARD 
WANTED 


TODAY’S CaOSSWORD PUZZLE 


1 ROOM AND _ 

I tor beginning of A prli 
54. 342-46)0. 


0 WANTED 

II tor man o« 


3388 Douglas ' ■»» bqq*» to *xnt 

INN 


ACROSS 
1 Spofti 

items 
5 Serious 
10 Dr Jonas 

14 Get - —• 

deal 

15 Sudden 
thrust 

16 Faithful 

17 Food 
softening 
process 

19 Lean on 

20 In error 


manner 

50 Possessive 

word 

5 1 Auto 

52 Work boot 
accessory 

56 Speechifier 
60 Land unit 
6’ Making dis 
tinctk>n 
Arc hate 

64 Statistic 
Abbr 

65 .nous 

Between us 

66 Posma 

67 Polo mount 


UNITED Feature Syndicate 


JAMES BAY 

COME IN AND SEE VICTORIA'S ; Doom, to to. 

ONLY RV 


21 Ceremonies 68 Abides 
23 Contenders 69 Occupy 



Indoor Showroom 


OEALERS FOR 
Prowler, Frontier, Rusher 
T-ev qi otro. Treve*-M«t*. 
temper*, Trailers. Motorhome* 


COASTLINE 
TRAILER^ CENTRE 

382-6! 02 


Cv day »t«i> 

_ rsaaamtii* rates 

from *25 a week. inquin#* onone 
1344-715 1,770 O ovtrnmo nt St. 
.MEDIUM Sized ROOM FOR 
tidy considerate jwnon. »nar* 
■kitchen Fernwood* Road SCO 

M3-44. evening*._ 

$45 WALKING DISTANCE TO 

( town ooen for rent, II a.m.-l p.m 
1157 Johnson St. • 



Tredane Estates 

$230 

PER MONTH - ONE SEOROOM 1 3. 


iOS APARTMENTS TO 
RENT UNFrRSWHED 

"WE “TRY 

• HARDERS 

Why bother moving if it’aj 
not for something better? 
Save time, we have a large 
selection of apaigments and) 
townhuuses for rent in all I 
areas of the city. The follow¬ 
ing are some of our build¬ 
ings. 

l vuxaCe green ' '* 

Suite 2 — 420 Niagara 
St. 


.*0t) APART.ME NT* TO 
BENT t. r NFt:RNTHHED 


8B ‘[Sa* 05 •" 

iyV J LAN&HAtP 


‘PeoM* helping Peopt#' 

FIRST CHOICE IN 
APARTMENT 
RENTALS 


13 

AI-ABTMICNTH TO 
BENT I NH RM8HKH 


PRINCESS 

PEMBROKE 

APTS. 

1020 Pembroke St. 

(By Athletic Park) 


■ US-55 54 

ISP MOBILt; HOME* 
a o<1 MOTOR HOMES 


I no me 
347 *375 

NICE ROOM. MOT PLATE AND ’ * 

Vam: ‘T 100 *- Momev atmosphere. Oerwtn Apartments 
, . Avenue. $110 3*A-42»» .,1 _ 


I Avenge, Slip. 346-42* < 

THOICE of j rooms 

town area, sunny 
I clean. 342*37$ 


a/an able In Victories 


•il 


26 Craft 

27 Having two 

planaa 
30 Dafaatad 

34 Angarad 

35 Shrieks 

37 Famimna 
nama 

38 Whara L A 

ft 

39 Traata. In¬ 
formal 

41 Lba par »q 
in 

42 It follows 
"printamps 

43 Chair parts 

44 Wise guy 

45 Milk 

coagulator 

4 7 In a hippy 


leased pre¬ 
mises 

DOWN 


1 Southern 
state Infor¬ 
mal 

2 Macaws 

3 Perception 

4 Turned 
aside 

5 Killer 

6 Inter), of im¬ 
patience 

7 Black bird 

8 Operatic 
prince 

9 Questionable 36 Fabric 
1 0 Walks pom- 39 Ms Garbo 

pously 40 Exteriors 


Els 

44 Can or U S 
legislator 
46 Ripe old age 

48 Worships 

49 Weedy plant 
%2 Metal 

fastener 
53 Numerical 
prefix 


lTTQIA 

1 t Range 

12 Cause to 
rest 

i 3 Piano parts 

(8 Surprise at¬ 
tack 

22 Ringlet 

24 Cellulose 
fiber 

26 Vehicles on 54 Muffin m 

runnei* Gradient 

27 Craps play¬ 
er 

28 Angry 

29 Famed ship 
launcher 

31 Recorded 

32 Auto of old 

33 Cheese fac¬ 
tory 


HOt HEKKEPtND 
ROOM* TO RENT 


in-th*-w#ll today when you could 
tx moving Into an such trig now , 
complex for At llttts as $n0 ‘ 


tvine I. .. _ . 

« for At little At JTfc POT . 
month, on* todroom — tomorrow > J 


WE LL MAKE IT 

kor you tu own your o*k **y avt nice location Treelane Estates 
OWN HOME) IT? '»»> Oooi. «d ...lorto th. toi 

iieS.’iK z. rr**'- sss a 

tUKt in —---KCU color «w>rain.i«r kttcMni 

tr^wLiiMUik* thl? cMumM o. p URNl$HED ROOM St! tN And t>*fhs, orand-nam# appliances 
F r Ido* Stove ,clMdM CSWA 'men fr.dq#. hot- *nd auAt *, broedtoom and *# 

8W Mi toxiar 

tyth 3*5-175*. or 595-6956, R*0 
M.doxy Motorv DL 00242 A. 

' " Roof 


N**r Vic Hloh 


The Features 


55 Downy 
material 

57 Tendency 
as of fortune 

58 Heating 
device 

59 Music sym¬ 
bol.' 

62 Where 
trains coma 
in Abbr 

63 Call loudly 


"CUSTOMER 

CANCELLATION!" 

Forces seta Of tM* tufty furnished, 
cargotod. GM* River douce wide 
home Duriod roof and colonial 
dec or. <55 Ivorod to vour part of 
Vancouver island. Our lots Is your 
sain prka of 17' 900. Sea th* man- 
aoor at REGAL HOMES. NANAI¬ 
MO LTD. 4300 Wailing ton Rd. 
Acrott from Long let* Govern- 
n#nt grant acceetad and f'ncanc 
. ng arranged Call Ce"*ct 

’ iws+fm. __ 

"TWIN OAKS" 


kitcShn*rta C 'M» N iiI* SS^MtklM Ar • OAjIlt-ln tool Saunas. Swlrlpocl 

...ssrvyj g gfia ag ss-awr* «SM M Si 

Jtsiu assre 

FOR WORKING GIRL IMMACU- rninwt «* fr ®^ downtown, 
lata larg* houtekooplno room wltn 

Town Houses 

KTSocklAnd »'• AIM A«AH« bto Horn «?« o.r 

: NEA, V.CTOA.A OENE..L JSSR SS Hn.W Z 

Hospital.. M»t .Fac_ki.noton. NmWv month. 




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CLOSE TO JUBILEF APRIL 1ST 
; laro* room with hot plat* and' 
A modarn moCDt noma community ijl'w In oulet house Shara batn 
oca tad 5 KM from Govt offkM *'00 5/5-S4S7 
Separata tami-v and adult araas larsf room with h 
Ail amenities ctos* Mr. .AM xrvlca* ,tte tna?* Mtn quiat 
underground. Your choice o» now p^son 5tf-3c72q 
■ tw or 24’ homes Hydro t>ui 1 —- ■ - -■ ■. - — j . . 

block away. Landscape wts with SIDNEY. COM,PORTABLE FUR 


ITCHEN- 

worktnj 


103-105 GORGE RD 

OFEN HOUSE DAILY 
MON.-THURS -NOON TO « 
FRl.-SAT -SUN.-NOON TO : 
3SS-53J2 (no aooolntmant 
necessary) 

Concord 


LOCHSXDL MANOR 
7810 Lochsidt Dr. 

QUEENS COURA 
1134 Queens 

WHITECAP MANOR 
343 Sin^cie^ 

THE TREE HOUSE 
1229 Pandora 

6. INVERNESS MANOR 
960 Inverness 

7. PRINCESS ANNE 
APTS. 

118 Balmoral Rd. 

8. PRINCE ALBERT 
MANOR 

1025 Kings Rd. 

9. THE DONNEGAL ‘ 
2539 Dowler Place 


REDWOOD 

PARK 

OB. IV Urn Rd. E.) 




New Building 
Children Welcome 
Close to Town, 
Schools ond 
Shopping 

your iortoo »-Jl" <° w carpet*. Drapes, 

brioM If«w .uit. in R«i«!od Larpr haleonlas, Elevator. 

Firs foaturlng a lull-»li*d swim- .,_” u j a_ 

ming pool sauna, covered parking, Controlled Entrance, 
and *und#ck$? Available lmm«r 
ettly, on* and two-txdroom' suit** 

trot * ‘ “ ' ‘ 


. want to make a change? Tired ot 

tamo old Placa? Why not \u 

to a 


NO PETS 


VILLAGE 

OAKS 

(2123 Oak Bay Avang*) 


1-Bedruom Suites 3175-J220 


RESIDENT MANAGERS 
MR. AND MRS. J. BRANT 


Quality construction throughout. .. 
Locate clot# to the village Fog \\e 
raa. Two ‘ *-—— 


382-W54 

.\n>-time 


- _a-. - — U- — — kening coffee 

.. iB.nvAMrgjm and donuUl (rom U;00 tm 


auv Rtou. old 

Trane can. (Ha 


Hwy l) 


474-2154 


I Hot. c»aa t 



7 ROOM BACHELOR t«5 

-. frldga stov* AAatur* man only 

MUST SELL: (PRIVATE). lASt! n16 Nortt l p<rlt - _ 

A**k to savt on Real Estate COM SPACIOUS ROOMS FRIDGE 
mission. 3-bedrqpm. 2 bathroom, Jt ove. quiet, aanr 
double wlda mobile home. Ex-.us. WS. 4714155 « 

cal lent condition on private proper-j- - _ - j = - _ -— 

ty. fireplace, fridge, stove, dish- ' RiTZ HOTEL — DOWNTOWN 
wasner. drapes included. Lerge| Fiavator Service TVioun 

deck on fronl ot home Lovely, 
auiat area only ml nuts* ‘ 
do/mtown Langford. 47S-0114. 



fftSL* Sfca-la »«-.« 

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eatoneol* otters. aOxU Monarch 
wftn four appliances. CVaom end 
front room carpeted. Metal storage 
shad and greenhouse In Gold- 
itream adult art GoKi-.trearn adult 
area. Beautlfuf setting. Call 
J*2-« aoe. 7 » a m . any day. 

OFEN HOUSES 
NOW ON OISFLay 
AT OUR MOOERN 
MOBILE HOME PARK 
GCLDSTREAM MOBILE HOMES 
Across from Shell on 
island Hwy. near 
Goldstream Park 
_4 7 S-175 1_ 

LOOKING FORWARD TO GOING 
home to rtviontaln and ocean views 
from your own lease lot as laroa 
as 10,000 sq. ft. Your choke Of l 
mobile homes from 72S so. ft. to 
13*4 sq. ft. and 15 Moor plans from 
Slc.laS. Buy Right Homes. 2744iS252.ol 
Sp encer Rd. , 474-21Sf _:$234 2 i 

TRANSFERRED MUSI SELL'5;m« 


I? bv H Olympic mobile home, 
oedroom, wesher, dryer, fridge. 
, »»ove, furnished, fully carpeted 
V7.300 do-am. Take over payments 


O' 


pvyrnmu 

Lake. Calif 
furnished-privaTiTsalI ~ 

12xU 3 bedroom Moduflna, dlnlnq *'S ' ‘ 
. deluxe «»■ J ° 


By R. A. POWER 


s&»ar wia m\ mm 'ipiiii 1 

IfW CAMPFRA. TRAILERS IBS CAMPKRJl. TRAII.LKS 168 CAMPKRS. 


> room, _ _ 

modal with 4 top Tin 
I in Ipmliy park with 
yard attar * pm. 502-390 


appliances 
larg# fenced 
3901. 


and MOTOR HOMES 


4ilil>14i?k 


and MOTOR IIO.Mt:H 


I 

Wll 


VANGUARD 

MOTORHOMES — CAMPERS 
TRAILERS - 5th WHEELS 
VAN CONVERSIONS 

FEATURING: '7S t'i" Toilet 
Model' This most poouier sire 
camper features large walk m 
bathroom, toilet with large under 
floor holding tank. Loads of cup¬ 
boards and storage space. Just ar¬ 
rived s«e it today.Vanquard quali¬ 
ty at a prlca YOU CAN afford! 


APOLLO 

OTTO 
BOLEP 
LIONEL 
WINNEBAGO 
FLE6TCRAFT SUNDOWNER 
MOLlOAiRE LEISURECRAFT 
—4 A NOP V TOPS - ACCESSORIES 
PAT BAY HWY SIDNEY 
656 5504- 

SPECIAL 

SPECIAL!! 

Brand new 1571 FLEETCRAFT ir 
tine 


and MOTOR HONF8 

DOMINION 

MOTORS 

HOME OF 


LATE MODEL TRADE-INS. 
Langfgrd, Soake and Shawnigan on 
axisflng pads. Various sires, prices 
and farms. Low down paymants 
and trade-ins welcome. 471-5559. 


wv duality 12 x «, ? bedroom 

and den. large sun back, sforaoe 
fDIII ..„ u shad, price 911 900 Includes 1 
TRAILERS sit# rant. Admiral Horn#* 


V»: 


10. QUEENSTX384 MANOR 
- 1017 Queens 

11. DUNDAS MANOR 
404 Dundak 

F. W. STAPLES 
388-4243 

) After Office Hours 
383-8324 595-2305 
477-9177 388-5716 

NOW READY 
Waterfront 

UP TO 

3 MONTHS 
FREE RENT 

During First Year! 

Kj SX 3190 VETERAN OCEAN FRONT APARTMENTS 

'i, 2 bedroomUupiex * in large k.tcn- AND TbWNMOUSES 
No 712 *" COverdB parking, lawn, apoli- i-BOR FROM S185 
ances. S2SS. 2 BOR FROM POO 

l non vnmnr»w 2 SDR TOWNHOUSES FROM 5325 

LORD MICHIGAN 791 pandora >sdr duplexes, av» baths. 

235 MICHIGAN STREET » and 2 bedroom suites- Cltv FAMILY RO^ FrtOM 5375 

rentre. Newly pamted and carpel- QUIET, BEAUTIFUL SPOT WITH 
ed 3 a*-1*49 between 4-10 p.m GOLF, FISHING AND BEACH 

COMBING, ONLY 30 MINUTES 
No 112 2409 VANCOUVER FROM VICTORIA. 5 MINUTES 

No lot 7-badrm. upper triolex. Available FROM SOOKE _^j^L^. Gfc CT ^)-. L 

inwm. um>v. »S B> a^Is M 8& hav e e 

742 LAMFSON I BUILT IN VACUUM, OISH- 

2 bedroom suites In large clean WASHER AND FIREPLACE, AND 

apt. block 304-3731 BALCONY. SORRY NO PETS. 

LIMITED ACCOMMODATION FOR 
DINGLEY DELL .CHILDREN IN DUPLEX UNITS 

Must be seen, lovely 2-bedrm. | ONLY. 

(.undo. Fridge and stove. Storage , 

n„. 7,> »» L OCEA'N VILLAGE 

No. 303 -13*0 ESQUIMALT Roscoe Development Corp. 

No. J'? .vbadrm. Deluxe condo fridge. Box 474 Sooka, B.C. 

No. 107 Siova, washer dryer. Fireplace. . 

Phone 642-5254 


, . __ . . will bp 

pinq area. Two and inree-bedroom . . ,, 
ultes priced lo rent from 5425.00 SDO don 

**»• lo 6:00p.m. 

cni id ran or pen i_ . ... 

To those who wish to view 

MANCHESTER ^ °" Mareh * nd 

COURT Anyone viewing suites dur- 

545 Manchester Road ; ing tW month.of March will 
Quiet area lust oft me Goro* I he elegible for draws on : 

Close to downtown and major t A trmslpr-ovan 
shopping oroas. Very large sultiis. A - A wanewww 
neat inciudad. Oishwashers In all 2. Set of dishes, 
two bedroom suites Priced to rent I ~ . w«^s» n 

one bedrooms from: 52B5.00. Two' To be drawn March 31 

bedrooms from: s27o.uo. j Chateau Rockland Apts.^ 


room suit 1 
:0U APARTMENTH 111 
PENT I'NFI R.MRIIKI) 


LORD TJSSRX 
240 SIM CD K STREET 
382-1082 


5756.00 
; J'95.25 
524^.25 
5194 25 


MALAHAT 

13 -bdrm. un|urr»<v>*d mobile home. 
Fridge end stove. Country living. 

625 - 624 GOLDSTREAM, 
Lovely 3-bdrm. lownhouso In Col- 


411 ADMIRALS 

Suites available Immediately 5119 
up. utmt'es included. Child wel¬ 
come Central Esquimau. 362-6512. 
Caretaker. 


GORDREAU 

APTS. 

129, 131. 135 Gore# Rd. E. 

Enjoy the quiet ot the Gorge 
waters wnll# you emo/ a swim In 
th# baautltui full six* pool, or rsiax 
in the swirl pool end sauna. The 
Su.tes are large with a full sittd 
balcony. Price to rent from 5190.00 
or one bedroom* and trom S230-00 
for two bedrooms . For epoolnt- 
ment to view please call 3S249I1. 
363-6436 or 3630 530. Further Infor¬ 
mation call Brown Bros. Agencies 
Lid. at 365-6771. 

CAMPUS 

COURT 

1431-1441 Me Kami# Ave. 


Ltd. 




_s 

f)*OWN 

-8B' 

0<R°» - 

; 1 ! 

^JlANSHARQ 


"Paooie Haloing People" 

NEW 

THE 

CHARLES 

DICKENS 


2 Bedroom 
I Bedroom 
I Mr se 1 
1 Bedroom 


384-41134 

2 Bedroom 
7 Bedroom 
2 Bedroom 
2 Bedroom 


«>«U HI IHV vnur >HT VIIITIU ' 

fi°u« '* i>«. •« »mi couid o. 

ini ior L aoTZt V * n . * nicer nans* than a bright new 
rZ.n f0 *** emovment a tennis $uIte on th0 &0f## waterfront. Sit- 
courT - I uaied oasldg a eerkiika sotting, 

ye9 only a few mlnuf**- lo down¬ 
town and major snoooino areas. 

, Th* bu* stops almost at vOur doo». 

1 Priced to rent with neat Included. 


S*e our resident manager tor a 
sueuai move if* bonus. Pieeao call 
766-6448 or Brown Bros. Agencies 
at 3*5-6771. 


No. 106, 


-DUPONT VILLA 
345 MICHIGAN STREET 
384-3040 


5171 6? 
5151.25 
Dishwashers 
room suites. 


Bachelor 

I Bedroom 
and Den 
Bachelor 
Bachelor 
in 


all I and 2-bed Available Immediately. 

WEST BAY TERR. 

x 8 s. .* 




For further information p eas* call C<*v 2-bedroom 4 pi*xts. Available 
Brown Bros, al 3SS-67U. nvn*diat*iy. Children and pets, 

- 'welcome. Washer and drvar facili¬ 
ties. 344-1262 


(24 hours) 



THE APARTMENT 
SPECIALISTS" 


I 474-4434 or 476-0034. D0134JA. _ 
,1974 HOMECO STATESMAN , 
12x46, 3-bedroom, trldoe and stove, 
fully skirted plus sundeck. Lennon I 
Creak Park Reasonable price. 
642 4440, 642-S251 


NOW RENTING 

The 

Princess 

Pembroke 


Ste. 302-920 Hillside. 


OUR SELECTION OF 

OPEN HOUSE APARTMENTS JS GREAT- 


BEAGON HIbb 
PbftZft 


NOON TO 5 
PAILY 


ER VICTORIA* IS EXCEL¬ 
LENT. HERE ARE JUST A 
FEW TO CHOOSE 


—I BACHELOR 


151 St. Andrew's. 140 Douglas 
Beacon and Slmcoe 
Across from Beautiful 

Beacon Hill. Park 


FRANKLIN FIREPLACE 
In n t* home in adult park Bar In 
family room—reduced 513.900. Buv 1-Bed mi 
Right. 474-2154. 9 j| 

NEW DOUBLE WIDE 
Ingle wide price — Langford 

;J!,ym.«,.u™tor .775 V«.l towl . Chi|dmMrelcomt N0( 

- — jiets. Please Cali Mr. Jim patios, cedar trellises, srbors 

.OTSA HOME _ ui-j.ni tu | apeclacular views of ocean. 

In Col wood. Shopping orani. b*. WH- mountains, harbour, parliament 

Senior Citizens Interestetl in bulidinn' and park 


I FarS-v. __ 

Buy Right, 474-2154 


1020 Pembroke St. 

$180-1220 
Close to stores and bus. 
within walking distance to 


LARGE 2 B.R. STE. FEATURING tiM QiC CNtlerlnnia 
large L.R. with beam ceiling etc . L-aieaonia 

fully equip, kitchen, completely en S190—1333 Pandora 
closed Sun Room front and rear ticn 1n1 - u -i__ 
enlraoce, completely renovated Su-, 51»F lOlD Kings 

fZ ’“liT’y"! MOO- -946 Balmoral 

found at S2S0 00 per month. For 
viewing and further information 
call evening* between 7:30 to 9:X. 

363-3019. 


ers. 


ONLY 5447' 


—LAYTON—HOLIDAIRE trailer* ___ 

-GALAXIE Camper* and Canopies 7-bedroom In Co I wood. Shoppli _ 
next door—bus route—Buy Right. 
474-215*. 


77--OKANAGAN 


CAM?ERS AND TRAILERS 
AT DISCOUNT PRICES 
PARTS AN0 ACCESSORIES 
- REPAIRS - 

"We Install Hllcfes" _ 

'77 VANGUARD Deluxe l|* Flbreg- OPEN 5 a.m.4 P.m. MON.-FRI. VOu - ijom) rtm 

lass root camper C-W betN-ocyn. LOGAN'S RV SERVICE CENTRE ?oi*itio?£r ^Sltt, haatunit^'at - _ _ --- 

hot water and shower Hvdrauhc 650 Burnside near Douolas ssis (installation US00 if wired 1 9**- sunroom, patio, garden shed. 
i«tk* ONLY $4495 364^213_ D-00207A tax W f #d) ' Cotwood Corner^ adult park. 


TRADE CAMPER 


SPECIAL 

PRE-SPRING 

OFFER 


12X44 MOBH 

finished add ... ... 

predate. Serious inquiries only. 
Collect 112-743-4204. S7JOO. Otters. 


SPECIALLY LANDSCAPED! 

A beautiful double wide 15 min. 
from Vic. Gorgeous corner .loll 
Price reduced I Buy Right . 474-21 54 

i 10X50 NICE CONDITION, CAR- 


1 BEDROOM 

$190—1235 Verdier Ave. 
$190-1180 Fort 
$21)5 - 2902 Washington 


Meet You 
On the Corner 

rental aMlrlanc plaasr “S' '£Sf*S *SJT& SSU j 

Mr. Brant, reaidan. ngnas- JSSXT “ -,iSt.^l, W Su 1 iSSS°"fUS.“S. SS^SsSt^Sk 

er concerning S A f L H n i_i ; 11 resident manager. 363-ttp? or r.sq. i\a. 

PROGRAMME. I ^ iL,p2 rk mw jtwt w.. j $200-U47 Vlev'- 

_by a TOintm/nt 1 S- S7.7 Despite the Rumorp [ ??" do ™ 

T TTfJ Vts f ARLA we stiii nave 1 and 2 badropm.wdi- ”1. _^!* r . 


STOP 


Looking for a new. clean 
building with the best rate* 
In town? Gtmpare us! Five 
minutes from town on bus 
rcAite. Children welcome. In¬ 
cluded In rent is your park¬ 
ing. water, and most impor¬ 
tantly heat 'saving you ai> 
pnr»x. $30.00 per*jna>. Also, 
ask about our lease plan. 

VIEW TODAY 

NEED A RIDE?' 

We can pick you up to view. 

Craigflower 

House 

899 CRAIGFLOWER ' 
Call 384-1101, 388*7389 
TOD HACKETT 
Construction Ltd. 


| nan laita 

p Lancet, 

\ P^k.ng. I 
children ( 


CHATEAU ROCKLAND 
APTS. LTD. 


Betweerf GM,k-Qu.<lra 'SST' ST ,19 °- 790 Domim ° n 


Parts And 
Accessories Store 

See our complete stock of all com- 
ponants used to Build, renovate or 
equip your cqrnoer. trailer or mo¬ 
tor ho me. All ll reasonable prices 
REPAIRS - RENTALS 

Van Tops Installed 

PEDEN R.V. LTD 
386-3464 

Hit QUESNEL ST, 

Behind Empress Pontiac Buick 


PROPANL 

western wilderness 

Campers 

WILDERNESS KOMFORT 
Trailers 

7630 Devi lie Road 
Hignway 1 at M.'l 1st ream 
■ 47IJ641_ D C 00421A 

•72 OKANAGAN CAMPER FOR IM- 
. port truck, completely self cap¬ 
tained Includes lacks, furnace, and 


YOU WUJ. RECEIVE AS A 

BONUS 

COLEMAN air oorlao* 


474-4542. 


TRADE-IN—H.ANGFORD 
Large lot fenced—addition — 12> 


_ ®*Tt*B*R — flreplfcce—Immaculate—offers on 
compressor or a COLEAAAN *19,400—Buy Right, 474-2154. 

no Plus a 1 —r-— -- ■ - ■ 


CHILDREN 

WELCOME 


-MAN Ssorted* cooler. (Pre¬ 
paid delivery Included. Offer ex¬ 
pire* APRIL 30th. 1971) F- 

They won't last long, 

PARTS. ACCESSORIES 
REPAIRS 
HOURS OPEN 

MON to SAT., • A M. to 5 F.M. 
1703 BLANSHARD ST. 


14’ WIDE 


VARINEAU SOLID WALL ROLO ““'’“I'} 


■ MUST SELL BY APRIL 1ST. 
maculate 12x56 Embassy 
wltn extras. 478.8192. 

OLDER 3 
Plate must __ 

Offers, 479-4113 OT 474-7431 


Available now or April 1st, j-Sk'fc'WrSirtffi 

l -bedroom airtx. some with dent manager, 343-4072 or Real 

view. Rentlngfrom 5183 - 

month. (ALSO, AVAll/- . ..^ \a/CCT 

ABLE APRIL 1ST. A 2 VIC. Wtj I 

ONE SMALL i>f.dhoom sum;, with :> vT _ . 

„ ' BATHROOMS, RENTING % 

PET FOR 5250. PER MONTH. '-*■ AWLJheSHB-. 

_ 7. FOR FURTHER DETAILS. 

One Month ; 86 -oii 2 . adults only, no 

Free Rent pets.) 

--1l New tu'id- “ 

it, " 


2 BEDROOM 

$270—1368 Pandora 
$280—2142 Cedar Hill 
$235—790 Dominion 


furnace (prooane) sleeps 5. new 
fed extension double s>;e o* unit, 
will sell reasonable. Call 452-4119 
alter 7 p.m. 


APCLLO MOTORMOME. 1973. ?5' 
lounge rear, twins or queen ted 
Separate snowar. double air-condi- 
tlonlnq. Freeier frkjge. oeneretor. "CADILLAC OF 
siereo. Loaded and like new. Very f o 

cjmfortawe ter long trios. Phone 1973 Sun camper, hard top. 
Duncan, 744-4240. «• g um *„!*» vinyl walls, C _ . 

rang* top furnace fridge double 
.TO. 5W-42S0. 


N D A L E 
extras, adults. oHl „ 
2567 Setwvn, 474.7951 


TRAILER. COM . . _ ... 

VS0 ° ° r it-A'WfJ t>fdfOOrv suite. ...._ 

_ Ing 899 Carr!# Street, Esquimau 

12X«fi many 1 p or further information oiease C4ll 
fees 519 500 S4 - Manager, JRI-4090. Office 

— - 364-979X 


TENT TRAIL- 
tan 


RENTALS v 

BOOK NOW FOR SUMMER 
M- M44 

FEDEN R. V. LTD. 


sink, opens 22'. $2900. 



LO-COST HOUSING-45900 
ilv# inexpqnsiva'y—carport—snad , 

. Btjy R| 9 ht P(-01927 _474-2154 j 

i 12X41 2-BEDROOM MOBILE 
363^973** C * ,l#n * C0ftditi0n ' 442 5569 


FREE 


ARE YOU BUILDING AN RV? IF 
so. Propane fridge JIOO. Propane 
stove. $100, Propane furnace. 5ICO. TERRY 


17* STURDY TRAILER WITH 
oven, stove, furnace, new uphol¬ 
stery ‘and ‘carpet, all good condl- 

Mm -l * nr— zrr ^ - 


Feiineirs 


1975 12X44 BENDIX, AAANY FEA 
,tures. Goldstream park, asking 
1519.900 . 47*4697. 


3M-*i£“ r °" er trailer supplies ltd. 


must 

479-41 


TRAILER COM- 


3441231 


tiaoT'j&n ,,rW moun,#d ' 75515 uld^Svy, y51ir, C hot wef*r Y stov* S 
5100. 342-0231. . oven, dnude sink. Ireeier. fridge 

1974 8 / WESTERN CAMPER, iML* Pr '°°* 

stove, oven 3-wav fridge, lurnace W5 ' ,M2 c«tween 5 -/ p.m_ 

hydraulic iack*. sHeps^S, Jika new FOR SALE OR TRADE FOR 
‘ 1 motor home, property ate. 26' Sa- 

cercraft In excellent condition 
73 14' SCAMPER TRAILER. S2 SSmS? B * V #qu,ec * d - 637:031 ° r 

sleeps sm. stove fridge, hitch ano _ 

*^7«s° r 0,f#r 77 DE.LUXE MOTORHOME IM 

363-7527. 342-9765 maculate condition 74 Dodge, low 

HAVE MOTOR HOME. CAN<OT J22S22*** lf COn<>i 
travel, school and business Infer- 9 r «- *77-4032. 


- . _— Inter¬ 

fere. New 532.000, asking $19,800. 
Call 454-5641. 

TRAILER SCAMPER’ II FT! 
Fully self-contained Sleeps *>-. 
alliar hitch, Jacks.atc. 53400. 


Honing, etc. 477-4DI 


I 3' 


equalizer 

452-5764. 


19' TRAILER LOTS OF 
storage space. S'000 or offers. 
342-4944, 


PROPANE - REPAIRS 
AND 

APPLIANCE SERVICE 

Custom Building 
and 

Van Conversions 
Large Parts 
and Accessories Stupe 

652-3941 * 

Mon.-Sat. 9 to 5 
Sun. 12 to 4 

6439 Patricia Bay Hwy . 


OLDE 
Diet# 
offers 

110 BY „ _ 

room*,^ furnished, Fort 


ONE MONTH 
Rent Includes 
Hot Water ond 
Heating 


fi FFTM/rvsn * ■ erv .Qv'** *sf»bllsi>#d. near new block 
iSS°'u?;25S W. Craigflower.. 1 and 2-tedroom 


CASA DEL RIO 

1535 JUBILEE AVE. 

Adult* only, available April 1st, 
1-bedroom 5197.45. 2-bedroom. 1228. 
UlVirJla *aj 5.reignpw«r. 1 enq /-Deorppm J. #t .,con^ 

Victoria, t ult#s. Adults only, no pel*. Sauna r 1 ^** t^^thnooiM 

and pool table, table tennis, on bus 1 "L,. 

like ' rout#. Close to shopping. For infor- c_#ntr*. hospital MM •wvlce. 

| mat ion call Ras. manager 

3654132. Office 384-9793. 


BELMONT 

TERRACE 


and den, 5195: 
fridpe. stove, he. 

i AW .- aarwa 

$220 

Large 2-b#drocm, small block. 741 
Admirals Road Haat. parking In 
eluded. Child welcome. 345-0795 or 
363-3110._ 

ONE 2-BEDROOM OJfE 3-BED- 
room large, heeled apartment. | 
availagie at Wark and Bev. 5240 
and 5278. Children welcome. 
344-2444 ; 479-7244- 


Bacngior_ . „ 

5142.75 and 5149. 
pets. R. 


Phone manager. 594-6967. 


NEED A RIDE 
TO VIEW? 
"CALL US NOW" 

386-3124 

ANYTIME 


THE HORIZONS 

Available April 1st. two bedroom 
main floor. 5260. One bedroom 
fourth Hoor, 1230; Oh# bedroom 
second floor. 5230.- Includes wall-to- 
wall carpets, drapes, coloured *d- 
heat. water, cable and 
Mature adults, sorry no 
_ _ or pets. Apply reiident 

manager, 1574 Midgard. 477-9469. 

2 BEDROOM. IV* BAThT NORTH- 
east corner, prestige condominium. 
This is a tire solid, quiet, adult 
oriented, no pets buildnng. Pool*, 
saunas. puffing and bowling 
greens. Would suit mature adult 
couple. Interested In long term oc¬ 
cupancy. Rant $325. Phone manag- 
ar 342 -4450._ 

ON THE OCEAN 
DUNSMUIR HOUSE 

831 Dunsmulr Rd. 

QUIET ATMOSPHERE 
Aduft* Only 

Harbour View — Spacious Suffes 
Res. Mgr. 364-4943, 365-7916 


FREE RENT 
To March 31 


large 1 BEDROOM 5200 
available immediate^ heat water 
and electricity included. 2 bedroom LrY 
S2?5 heat water included, avail 
able April 1st. 342-7395. 

-nennax' -rnwrMUAm*"OPP ' VANCOUVER STREET, 

OROOM TOWNHOUSE Off wnnv ^b^oom suit# 


_ w-w carpetlnq 

throughout. I'Y baths, washer and 
dryer inciudad. 5150 592 7844. 


AVAILABLE 

NOW OR APRIL 1st 
1 -bedroom suite In apt. Nock; 944 
Taltersal Dr. Close to Woolco. 5189 
per month., heat, cable and park¬ 
ing included, days 471-9123. ave- 
nlnos 365-2076 . ' 

TWO 2-BEDftOOM APARTr 
m#nts. *225 each; 1 ^bachelor 
apartment. $155. Esquimau Road 
and Head Street area. tree 
laundry, fenced yard, fra# parking, 
ocean view, close to shops and 
buses. Call 346-0763 or 479-4063. 




imalf Road, ideal for sharing, 

rsL.'tx mUsss* ,ift 


•73 RANGER XLT 360.»POWER 19' LAYTON TRAILER SLEEPS 
efeerlng. powew brakes, plus 11 ft. »*x. fully equipped, excel lent condt- 
Edson "Skvliner'* camper. Must Hon. 59>-703i. 

be seen, asking $7000. Phone --- 

471 7444. 


8’t' VANGUARD CAMPER 
stove, furnace, 3-way fridge, sleeps 
BOAT LOADERS, HAMPERS AND $ » 0 °d condition. 52200 or bast 

minlhomev the easy way to carry ot<«f. 456-5924, 

a small_boat^476-379». 47i-27S4__ _^HJND wSod'cANOPY- 

OKANAGAN CAMPER FOR IM- For long ho* tmpurt — $75. 
oort_ truck, sleeos four, axcallant 6S4 1577, 456-3979. 
condition. 476-5949. “ - —"— - 


— WANTED FOR CASH LATE 
CAMPfcR. mode^ camper JO' or IV* In good 


Storm windows, double insu¬ 


lation. many extras 


11' 71 VANGUARD ... --- - - - 

complete with bathroom end tots cdhdillon Private.-477-4422. 

^_4ktraa, motorhome--- 

SAVE 15000 dev week 41 

T3' Tr#v#ieire, motor home used 3 W9-0344. 

monins.^Hk# new. Phone 652-3574. chALET TRAILERS, SLEEPS ,, ______ 

RENT 19* "motor HOME S rio stovt or sink. 5750. 2575 Aye- FUTUR A-CAP CAMPER 
• «ec*»4 cneap rate 476-4368 Curv Ave. __ excellent condition. 477-9156. 

1974 9V»* VANGUARD CAMPER. 

sacrifkt at 51 4 50, Z8M 49 3. ____ 

DELUXE FORD CANOPY NEW, 2C' FLATDECkT FIFTH WHEEL CAMPER FOR IMPORT PICKUP. 

Vi50. 454-5446. trailer, offars. Pnon# 474-9221. 51400 471-6443. 


GOV'T PAYS COMMISSION! 
12*46, SU.900. Buy Right. 474-2154 | 

11* ROTRLS 

NOW * j 

AVAILABLE 
12W Yales Street j 

, Spacious accommodation near 
downtown. Everything supplied. 
Dally from 512.50 single or 515.50 
double. Weekly or monthly rates 
also available. Children welcome. 

I 3434)742 o r 344-2411 _ 

! JAMES BAY INN 

Room* to let by dev, week or 
month. Very reasonable rates, 
from $23 a week, inquiries phone 
386-3623 3AA-71S 1 770 G overnm ent S’- 

1178 SUMMER HOMES, 
OOTTAOES, RESORTS 

SPECIAL 

1978 23‘ \TTM,YD 


BOB’S 


FREE RENT 
FOR MARCH 

-Children welcome 
—convenient location 
—2 bedrooms from $225 

DOWLER MANOR 

2549 Dow ler 
Res. Mgr. 384-7792 


MOBILE HOMES LTD. 
2p Crease 

DL 00414A 


SKI WHISTLER 


Condo s by day or week. Garc 
• Box 190. Whistler. 932-53 65._ 

190 R4M)M AND DO\Hl> 


NOW $6896 WC HAVE A BEO. IN PRIVATE 
residence. available (or ar —: 


TREMAINE 

edroom available. 5161.07 
Idren or pets. Resident mo 

NORTH HILL 


LARGE - - - 

. n well- ences wall to wall, drapes, heal, 
maintained block. 5300 per month end Shower Private entrance and 
includes heal and cabtovinon. Ma- parking, adults only, no pets 
fur* adults only please. To view Avahabfe Apri l let. 344-4594. _ 

r^Ti I n^TRFAM I c#l '^admirals road eastwood 

KlA/VI iAVAlLABLE APRIL. VIEW NOW GROUND FLOOR. LARGE ONF- 
Newer. brtgM, one-bedroom, base- on# and two bedroom*, <*il*t. BEDROOM SUITE, COVERED 
ment suite, $175. 471-2955. clean and well controlled. First PARKING. HEAT. CABLE, si77 

r.:. AL months ' j rent, win pay local PER MONTH AVAILABLE IM- 

BE . AC< ™ I^PSE. »*CHELOR AOulH only. Ptoto IM con- MEDIATELY. 3M-JMI. 

suit# near sea park and town 0 *ni* manaoer* at 3424WS2 -- 

Quiet Older parson only. ST43. — . CCOK STREET 2-BEOROOM IN 

:*3-S44S. 344-9444. ATTRACTIVE, 2-BEDROOM older modernized block. 5200 per 

so.cTduj'iiEoROOMwTTET'i •“!• Sft.gw*«.«LeW: 

t'cc< .to bus, and sfopoh 
circkido Oallas Rd. *"* 

344-7429. 


1 walking distance to city centre, no slcn • 
r PPgj n 2. childran. 5245 covers (ridq*. stove Royal 

1 . 5202.75 Phone -nd g lnifi#s, available April 1st.- 


<95-4204 or 594-5023. 


QUIET WATERFRONT 
2-bedroom suit*, newly decorated. 


L bedroom available. 5161.C7 No »***k. Y N*y J.*?l AVAILABLE APJflL 1ST r#a*cn#biv priced.' Aduit* 

children or pets Rea-denf moneg 1 a s 1 Uvic are# detox# 2 bedroom 1100 c .iininq. Sorry no pets. Contact. 


3 I 3' 4 5 6 | or 


,, Sorry m 

Manager 3856906. 

j downtown", 


CLEAN ONE 


Two 1-bedrooms available, 
and 5144. Resident manager. 
34573 25. 

1 MONTH FREE RENT 


floor of duplex. 2 bedrooms. Clean 


washer dryer, sauna, 

_s wfrl.^u nderground parking. 5325 

COUNTRY LIVING, GARDEN, _'bedroom aoartment iUS 1322 

Mto^duotox'drTac’S^ oorn 1 FAIRFIELD Broad Street Not suitable tor chll- 

i!« ^AMU Bav 3454^8 0^595^4$ Av « ,l * bl « ^Pf ;l 1 badroom dr*n or pets. 3653926. 

$155. Mill BtohMWSSS^rSfB-llW. $yife gui** »a u i» building 51«0 nc naO 0/U “suiTF 

*176 1-BEOROOM CONDOMINIUM. Including heel, cable, wall to i-allablo Immediately heat raniV 

SUITe IN 
Victoria Gen- 
' middle-aged 


w m'?»r , to M S5. £?“2S 

— --- • " “ will-to- 1 592-.”“' 


LORD HARLEY APTS. 
3220 Quadra 
Mayfair Area 

Available April 1st. 
from $276. Swimming pool sauna 
ho*>y room, recreation room. 
Mature Adults — Sorry No Pets 
Call Mr. salon 384*3711 


and freshly painted. 3311 Lodmell 
1 Rd *250 par month. Call collect 
474-4351, evenings 271-7446. 




TOP, staining elderly lady who need* 
room, board and car#. Company of 
r,1 surroundings. ; 
e ar information 


1600 *q. ft. in 3 tedroom ensult*. 
Full basement. Includes washer, 
dryer, stove, fridge, f 
Lease ootKvel. $550 per 
Phone 479-4962 Of 477-5459 

ESQUIMALT - 2-BEDROOM 
large sul’es, 5247. bachelor. 4110. 

r-»_I n •/* -Heel cable included. Indoor heat. 

Kirk KJntir M °°®' Children welcome. Avaii- 
• «ll\ I OUIIV. a Die immediately. Phon# 3453734. 


owy. SrtXJ. 995'J0t/ 


FAMILY APARTMENT — CHIL- 

--: dren welcome, small pet. near 

UNFURNISHED I BEDROOM Stadacona Park, Call before 5 

j--- —- --—- i suite, to house. Phone 5J. 343-2403 o.m., 479-7117 to view. 

ROOM FOR OLDER van, CLOSE-- **» includes utilities. , -~ 

, to*. MO rn. A.n«-. ». OHE BEDROOM “flAR** XX*' IStto"^® 
HOME COOKING! VC IN OUR outof Esqulm* t Block, herdwood Bright ctoan apartment, tourplex, 
'family. 343-5520 * r Ifloorl 362 5412 'no pel* 479-0424 59* 


I no pets. 479- 


5954243. 


umnm. laundry, fir#p1#<*, w. 

wall. 5300 oar month. 3459024. 


and town, aul 


7-3X n. ___I lady . 3C-1W ._ 

•auM agsr 

AJi utiimas todudod. OM wr d Fduits. *555324 jljhlldrtn. No Pats, *225. 4751721, 


___ utilities 

342-4441 ovonlnga._ 


room. 

enlra- 


DUikizmu. 

carpets, dr 


apes, c 

364-4455 


controlled character 


AREA. 1 
suite, no 
477-7150. 


between 9-5. 


BEDROOM I 
pats. if?i 1 Piooaant 


SIDNEY 

2-bedroom apt., 5250, 
adults only. Manager 4554638. 


^^^l^JadlV'aSd jjjrts B ^4 C 7i 0 ?St su stI£5 ; 

wekome. gnnd bus rout* 5455320 5^:7734 17 1 w s,r#< ’ 

-1-- -WbiiooM tMkoaHgBHBHB 


FAIRFIELD I BFDROOM**urW; 

MW. Suit single working / 4Jffl. 

NEAR PARK AND V G.H.TbACH"- FIREPLACE __ 

elor suit* In quiet building, $95. to wall. In renovated house, _ 

342-330 6._Oak Bay Junction *214, J951145. 

MOOERN ONE BEDROOM N 5iw UPPER FORT, CLEAN I wtaoc'Vt 1 ur>D 

fuur-ptex. quit! oduit, 5150 . Eve bachelor, wall to will, ronovolod 1 NADEN 1-BDTJ. VACANT 
Hinge 342-4340.___ house 596 IU5 _[34532)1_ Mkn 4774094 

ONF BFDROOM ANO STUDIO NEAR NADFN LARGE 1-BED- 
suite, ava-iati*. Rellaw# persons. 1 room apartment, $1*0 not water 
NO pti*. J45-I09S. 1 supplied. 479-2684 


ROCKLAND. LARGE, 
freshly decorated 21* 
Suit* 452 3439. 452-3331. 


CLEAN, 


MODERN ONE BEDROOM, *200. 
heat, light, water included, qulot 
_ adult. Evaninqs 342-4340. 


1 BEDROOM. REASONABLE ADULTS. 1-BEDROOM. SPA- 
close to Bay and Quadra. 3459373. 1 clous modem suite, phone 595-3531 


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DAILY COLONIST, Victoria,'B.C.. Thura.. March 16. 1978 


44 

»UJ Al’ARTMKNT* To 
RENT IWFWRMSIIKD 


• .*oo AP/%n>it:vi> 1 » 

RF.NT INFIRMSHEU 


V ATARTMEM^ TO 
RENT UNFURNISHED 


1300 AI'AHrMfc.NM TO 
| KENT UNFIHM88CD 




"Peopla Helolno Feoela** 

first choice in 


• YOUR PLACET* 

L Oak Bay—Near Village 
UH par mo. loclydinflihal. 
DcIum 2-cedroom with dtshwesh- 
!tr. newly decorated Mature adults 

i°" IV Cell MAS. VOLK. 384A234 


WINDSOR 
COURT APTS. 


“People Helping People" 



t*» ATARI MFATS TO 
KENT I XU RMSHKI) 


till 


Complete Property 
Management 


APARTMENTS TO 
RENT FURNISHED 


WEEKLY 

DAILY 


tm duplexes TO RENT ill* houses to rent 

t -:-—I UNFURNISHED 

HOC oc Colwood Lovely 3-4 bdrm. 

.— • i “* ; r,ra 1 ,r m • 5 


(A Dlv. ■ » Or f . Henley A AeeocJ i _ 1310.00 Langford. Newer 3-bdrm. 

A\/A II A1121X KIFWA r Adiecent to Parliament Buildings unit In 4-plex. Indudoe etove, 

AVAILAoLfc NOW er.d .noer Harbour. Fully fur-; fridge. W-W carpet. utility 


McKenzie MANOR | 252-254-258 Gorge Rd. E. 

iD.imnvr RENTALS PR F^FKIT I Nfn >•«. <o*iftrt«M witg* r, e«.r WISHES TO INVITE YOU WOfWMB IJDV tXAUOftS 
APARTMENT RENTALS r KCjLl N I UNO KTg**}. .« TO VIEW OUR SPACIOUS I 

- including billgrd and APT S. AND RECREATION 

from fin 1FACIIJTES. 

from SH0 
from 110 


bachelor sCttes 


*141.2S-Antr1m Court, 2310 Quadra 
“ D 

SieOOO-SVMOO—Prince Charles 715. 
* TVTTii*. 771 Gorge Rood East 
1170.75-1171 47-Oupont VlljJ. 345 
Mictwgen St. 

two-bedroom slttes 


THE 

PRINCE 

CHARLES 


amenttie 

sauna. 

Bachelor 


MRS. HENDERSON. 4796444 


J“° ENTER YOUR NAME IN I PARK WEST 


1 i-BR unite In apartment eefctrai nienod 
iy located on_Fort St. near 
Richmond. Wntect resident 1 Mjete, 
mgr. Mr. Sm** •• 5 W 4 B/ T 

’ fctr.ss 

tact resident mgr. Mr». 
beck at 3H4M. 

3. One 1-dr. end one 2-Br 
available to “ ‘ 

Thompeon . 

4. One end 2- _ . . 

now In modem block at 
Em Rd. Contact resident 
Mr. S*ued at 3*4-9*93- 


_ _ -- tee, c< 

near Unen. dishes, all. utilities. 


THE DRAW FOR TWO I 



Indeor pool, gemef room, 

PROPERTY 
iNAGEMENT 


oetn executive family home _ 
qulef treed crescent Includes 
Doln family end recreation 

„. I __■, rooms. 2 fireplaces. Lovely see 

fridge. W-W carpet, utility vires from sundeck over dou- 
color TV, room Avail, now. Me c arport. Avell. Aprll 1st. 

of 1275.00 Uooor Esoulmatt. 5MH 160 M WhMto** Sell. Sooke New S 
level SxS m quiet convenient doth, FP. stove, fridge, ther- 

eree. c ose to schools. Dus. mooeno window*, full teat- 

shopping. Mdrm., stove. went, garage, large n sundeck 

fridge, cerpert, fenced yard. with neter views. Avail, now. 

Avail. noST 1375.00 Mgtchooln. Modern Lindel 

1285.00 Metchosln. New MxSrm cedar home 3bdrm., 2 bath, 

SxS. Stove, fridge. FP. W-vv FP, stove, fridge, carpet. 


VIST* ROY ALE 
1345 Pandora Street 
, 302-3414 

>\ll 1st, two bodroom, *773 and 


— ...■. H KXp.. r r. »V-T 

carpet. Qn 2 acres. Avail, now 
PEMBERTON, HOLMES LTD. 
3144124 

1000 Government Street 


COLWOOO — 3 BR 


MARCH 


56 BAY ST. 


w# have a suite avail- 550 00 WOODWARD'S GUT EXERCISE ROOM 

JSe^ fh* *3® Ctoie CERTIFICATES TO BE SAUNA 


J461J2S. 


... _ing features »uites with 30" ranges PARK ADJACENT 

1 A ?4 004445 00 —VII lege Oe«s 2125 2 5 ' 7V ' Ro * d end ref rigere ters. controlled cov Our 3 Resident Managers 

“‘o«T«**»», «•** «« ... .. Sfr SSStm X’ZJfXi will be only to glad to ghow Thig adtilt bunding U ad- ALSO AVAILABLE 

u»»-sk,S2, iiorgg api* 2125 *•„, .S^cnsf, 0 . tou? mi. f °? B l « ,| lMi | i«w | o W iyou all laceli o* the com- Jacent to large |>firk with t».i«,r«. coNOOMiuima m 

- Ov’»o«ltg 51 '»» Duiidingi enlgntd Mr roof * ul.RO avltTlJIi .... t«nnl« ronrtg The ...pivn., imell quel block M Ewfrll 

5225^. ?!«»«.. Wfr.fr "ring cm*,. | A 

""SSKft st^""**™* W oA , JSXIWSr i WWfa »und« Apia l-brtroom .ulte from ^ and «un». Many 

1217.20—Luxor Manor. .050 RF ■. n^tes *'om town and me.or Two choke suites win be aveMeoie J1S5.W su i te . have Dleaaant view’s 

cnerdson $L. eieeriv oervcei shc^olito treat. BuejfJPdlrect to ^ ^erch in this newer building 2-hedniorn suite from « ». . ** . ... 

preferred _ tvj • * har1 «*‘»tence from An VH ^ ^ do«« to ‘^ oeimK in 8UJir Irum . ,. r ^ of the park and some with 

*27540 - Blackwood Manor. 2444 raur door. town and tie perk Bright end 8255.00 > f Harbour 

8'ecxr.ood Ave. at Hillside , , , M soedous. both these 7-bedroom ^ ti7*i ^ OI mner *» arwur - 

12N40-S3M F—Camou* C o u r t PJjSSSJTLSJIIf^ units will give yo-i the comfort end Bachelor >175.00 

143V 140 VcKerrie Avt. n ( f.cent vten of the Goto# waters. conv enience vo^ desire Includes use of 50' indoor 

TviriM*** •?*$*& iNUlotj MR J *PArfEtsSri84743 swiWIUJ* l«»l - “UM* - 

T' 335 St. James St. •*.tatrtpgxal 

iiiO v,$: 60.00 - Sordreeu Aotv p,#w * m Convenient James Bav. so close to 

^ 179. U1. 135 Gorge Rd.. ooM resident manager. everything. This fine building gym. 

jjum. gfriripgai. k.g> incluB- w 0()tr yKJ1Mcli , ^ gffi.a snffla y«k «*ira ifr Heat included. 

STnig>” t« SSSttS* ,w " r "”! ’ Adul,s “•». -No P«s. 

^W^gj^lSESSSL --- Becnnar » u it** from sifooo ..J. ..t For further information or 


. .. ,, Rant Includes new furniture, 15th. Bright cabinet kitchen with 

5. New Ouaiitv-Bulit Mock at 1131 «P'«' NA hot water, colored ep- eating area, plus dlnlno room. 

Vow St nos 1 end 2-»r. •ultes/*J* nc **- Jf r »« balcony, drapes, Sliding glass doors, off Lfl to bai- 

e.enable for quiet adults Con-fNw.fc perking, swirl, uune con- cony, loroo bathroom. Separate 
t*c+ Mr Townsend at 393-7437. Y ro,,#d ofttrance, elevator, near bov'faundry room. W-W throughout 
4. Valencia Apts. In James Bey pn<l shopping, mature adults, no 1795. includes bask util 

now o* ers e studio suite and a ^ot*. 38B-4314 or_47B-9449. L_ 

£U«&L, i aBS?gie5Ss? i a swSb-- 


squash court — 
tennis court — universal 


MRS. ANDERSON 3*44*47 


Court Bachelor suites from $140 OC 
545 Manchester Rd.. dishwasiv w. ^h^droom' 1 **luitti > '”r?m I 

**lMr , 5|g5?lo l '’ CW * d ' «2«5. I 11)22 Pandora 

Brand Mc.Md'tim,. 

EMt ® rown ® ro »- Agencies at w)1h suit** «nd large taico- 

»2SCoo-liao.oo— Redwood Perk. 155, "J-* 771 - nie^ Deluxe kitchens, carpets. 

157 Gorge Rd.. East, pool,'_ double glawd *'hdows; un- Mr 


1 BR from 8196.00 
* 2 BR from $240.00 
3 BR from 8290.00 

Call caretaker Mr. or Mrs. 
Waher 382-4770. 

WOULD YOU LIKE AN 
APARTMENT WITH: 


tail Yvonne Oakley at 477-77B4. 

CHILDREN 

WELCOME 


eluding color tV, '’dishwVsh^'.: ancaa. ’ drape*. 7v» 'baths. walTto- 
seuna. swtri pool end rec roofb,'wall walk-ln closets, water, ample . 
eoertment In lVi-year^jig building, perking, view, privacy. 7 veers 
meld service, queen or twin bed!' old, on attractive, q let street, no 
separate balcony, by week or pets. Park lends Drive. 1375. refer- 
month. Ocoen Manor, 2930 Wish- ericas. 4541096. FOR RENT WITH OPTION TO 

I no ton. 348-71II 1 ^ — PURCHASE BRAND NEW 2-BED 

- - - -— - I.? 0 *<i_ .FT. 2-BEDROOM- FIRE- RDOM FULL BASEMENT TOWN 

OIAIGFLOWER MOT El. 


Lovely views from largo sun- 
W deck. Avail. April I. 
mi 00 Brentwood Bay. Lovely 1 
bdrm home with FP, carpet, 
basement. double garage, 
stove, fridge, washing ma¬ 
chine. One year lease required. 
Avail. April 1. 

$250.00 Gorge-Burnside. Large 
older 3 bdrm v/lth FP, stove. 
Close to scnools, bus. shopping, 
riltita. • . Avail April l. 

i.;vw coiwood. Large new j 
bdrm. IV* bath, semi-detached 
home Carpeted thru-out, FP 
alove. fridge, balcony and 

r itio Avail. April 1st. 
ABERTON. HOLMES LTD. 
3B4-4IB4 

1000 Government street 


On Gorge Weterwey. oHers deluxe!to"hefo 'took Ser P the > piece P *CeM ofsTAhl'cE IN DF EA GOVERn'ment 

snjt S^^j^ inCLUDE^ SToVe T 

forts of home CompieteiY fur- after 5.30. V-._ ft 3 ...L N J.7°y.Ei 

*“ and laun- 


nished with maid service 


convenient location 
—2 bedrooms 8225 


FRIDGE AND DRAPES. JPH. Jl/Ot 

d omet"on'premTset. CaTI ’SaTM i. kmsert 1140 sq. ft. plus on no-thru . Vr» N JS *,S? UN JJ, V 

Concord. *•»«•• 3-bdrms. fireplace, sundeck. f-fALTY LTD. 312-7274. RES. 

|-;-1 fa-ndry end rec rm. *410 per mon. A»-9r77._ . 

GOADON HEAD 
ve luxury no-stop home 

irn room, family room, efteched 


i ndry end rec rm. S410 per mon. 
DE LUXE ACCOMMODATION. ®^* “ 

Furnished bachelor and I bedroom " ^ 

sulk A Meld service. onswerlnjiJ- OUAGLIOTT1. Castle 
service. Indoor heated pool, cock-, _ 


sauna, heat Included. 347-4407. | 
8212.44—WelMngtqn -Manor, 1470 
Fort St., ovoil. Apr. \. 

ONE-BEDROOM SUITES ! 


ail 


1. 


1160 03—Blockw©o0 Manor 2444 . 

Blackwood Ave. at Hillside. 
S19S.C0—Campus Court. 1431. 1441 
McKenile Ave. 

1225.00-4330.04 — Ciorico Apt*.. 

4,9 Lindon Ave. 

•X) 1.50—Continental House. 444 


i a 


imp sen St. 

SI »?.C7—Don Qiedra Apts 
Quad'a St.. 343-984C 

1140 CO—Ellery Apti.. 83? Ellery 
St.. Child eicome 786-004* 

,,! ^^ 00 ^;;. ,U R*. r E V,. and 2 bathmon,, 

r::!)^ cl «&g. wo '- »■ hil * IBB.: 

* ■ .’7.93— Greenleeves Apts, 2523 
Work St 342-3514. 

$110.75—Highlander Apts 2151 
Heuitafn St., avail. Apr. 

$170.00—Holly view Arms, 1180 
View St. 

$194 25—Lord Essex. 240 S mcoe, 

St., sauna swl'ipool, heat in 
dudedTavail. Apr. 1 

$187 co—Louise Apts.. 1143 Pandora 
Ave. 

$705 cru8770.00—Manchester Court. 

545 Menctmter Rd., heat in¬ 
cluded; 349-5740. 

5190 00-8705.00—Pr In:* Charles. 

715. 217, 219. 221 Gorge Rd 
East. 3M-44C4. 

J210 CO-8240.CO—Redwood Park, 155. 

157 Gorge Road East. pod. 
sauna. 342-4407. 

$170 Savanna-, House. '955 Cock 
St., Avail. Apr. 1, elderly per¬ 
son preferred 

$19102-Sierra Villa. $47 Niagara 
St., avail. Apr 1 . 

$198.87—Skyline Gcr;e Auts 2525 
Q-j*Aopeile St 

• $19 * .00— Thomvmod V.anor 1C2* 

Inverness St 


3244 


LARGE, 

AND 

LUXURIOUS 

Compare Our 

2-BDRM. UNITS 


derground park 


king available. 
Bachelor from $170 
2 Bedrooms from $290 
MR. TREMBLAY 3*44436 


tertLCT Ci WATERVIEWS 
1 SWIMMING POOL 
WHIRLPOOL 
HEATING INCL. 
CABLE INCL. 


toll lounge, saunas, coffee shoo. . 

dining room, laundry, colored WOODWARD AREA 

DOWLER MANOR 

11 washer, dryer. We pay heat and 

water; no pets, $300. Phone 
344-3015 or 3454379. 


2549 Doss ier 
Res. Mgr. 3M-TTSB 


lOE LUXE ACCOMMO DATION 

" *■ 1 and 1 -bedroom 


f>p« ifKim— - .. 

Adults, rgferencot please. 3444075 
paper 504 _ 

MT NEWTON X RvuAO AREA 
JAOO^OO per month. 4 ' 


WATERFRONT 


_ .- t j hydro pool, j wall-wall carpet, fridge. 

saunas, lounge, n iid service ens- washer, drygr. drapes. 5 minutes 
waring serv.ee. No pets. Center-f walk to Coheobd shopping centre. 

Tory inn. 310 Gorge Rood. Phono | No pot*. $375. 592-1943._ 

—- —.T-V-— - LANGFORD. 3 BEDROOM. \ 

, «. ES 9, ul ^ A kI.^:A9 L » 0 o^ 15 ,tu ,0 '•f* 11 - •'•ctric htet. flreplL . _ 

. mmiMfrinM **.">- 'IViX.‘PJJ!* 1 *hi«. frv.TMSTw.-'l.i-iS, » 

Mature iduTts only, no pets. Avail- plignees. Available now. Dickie* Mmroofr5 ' »* 0 ' ^' T 1 QUAGLIOTtl. Castle Proeer- 

sbie April 1 1 -bedroom suit*, $203. Aue c'es Ltd. ~ Res. Manager ESQUIMALT DELUXE SIDE BY _ _ _ 

--- I821IX) (sorry no pets)._ ' J BRAND ~NEW i BEDROOM 

DELUXE SELF -CONT AIN E_D 1 fna D rQo r m*c aroofrt! 1350*°r^M eHer **2* 'H **»•! 


V 00.00 per month. 4 bedroom 
with largo born. Full 


Mr. 


630 Head St. 

A quiet building rentreUv located 
in Esqulmait. LARGE SUITES 
WITH BALCONIES - controlled 
entrance — wall to walL Drai.es. 

| MR McCALLEN 346-00*3 


1 BR from $196.00 

2 BR from $280.00 


FEATURING 11U0 sq. ft 


2-bedroom, $325 
1-bedroom, $265 

-CALL 477-6548 
TO VIEW 

TOD-HACKETT 
OONSTRIXTIOX LTD. 


and Mrs. Hand — 

383- 5059 

and Mm Squire — 

384- 3363 

.Mr. and Mrs. Pepi»erall — 

384-6305 ^ 

or Mr. John Johnston 
Office Mon.-Fri. 

3884555 

fSS Ellery St. f * ___ _ 

This family designed building lo- p'rce coffee and donuts to billiard room cood c « 

9 , tt t asassi'aftas»to«w. Marc u-u m 

• W *- “miMUSSf •"* «-»• * mg. call Mr. C.ribllng, ca^ 

McArthur Park Estate , aker at 3 x 5^967 or call at ?=»» ‘ 


OOM. WALL ^ M RE ®i N 6J, T Sf22- CO i 

firBoiiri 7 , / Per mon. now available 3 

*i2E2Eaiit “ frr *»' P»u»n«d tor washer end 


Come rent with 11 s at Ma- 


__ with t 

conies end all amenities 

1 Bedroom $200 

2 Bedroom 8243 — 

3 Bedrooms $797 
MRS. PERKINS 382 2$*7 

AMBLEWOOD DEVELOPMENTS 


—.- — —I ,, AA .. . y-a./AMr-tr Dlergn. Ml* W>PPM wltfr MWl. __ Joug.I |p Obhngd. 1M 1380. or 

ratilay East Apts. Large $100 ALLOWANCE < o.v». Lew oaff*..»«««]*. mootiv saxe point, tbedroom du- w h g with ™ Umwtvnimt It 

. Returned «Hr two moettu occu- '* '»'•* Daflodll Inn. M o»r-.M 0 lM. ground level. Tecenll* reno- *”* »>■ SM *» Iwuie. 851,000 

suiles «nh all the amenities TS!i »^2£'lv. eo'nd Firestone Stare ,n)ed. .-.el-13-wall, wosher. drvor, townhousos 85S-5I3S. 

vou could want including an f£Si'. from itooV mclvde. ne” ss l ' s '_Kgtf..*™ 1 , ' ov •■ “*• • ,i 

n deluxe acco/waooation. ^ 

to town, on bus rowte. Leur.orv ia ( Ay . r . i .roe gAA,iM.g *rm■■ ,mm . H ^ SB M w lwl __ __ .... 

caretakers and lots of park- gtlltkw. Extra >ock*r SPS^ Con- Vav | air showing Centre, quiet rent in Sidney. Fridge end stove, nicely landscaped yard, close to 


LARGE FAMILY HOME. 3 BED 

—-- -- --- j- m r i . iiwAALJtJA 11 im -— ■ - . - rooms. 2 fireplaces, dlshwes er, 

- .o town. On bus rowte. Laundry ta- : 1 seectousTiKro** from 2-BEDROOM DUPLEX FOR ttmllv room, rec room, 

park- cIMtlee. locker smco. Co^ ^.^.ir sno^^ Ceritre” rent In Sidney Fridge end stove, nicely '• "leaped yard, clow to 

mix rmll Mr flrihliiw ram, trojj* ^ ?*?* *!*$’- -ft?. IZPl.s.r'Orndlnq!.-weekly, monthly ree- heat and water, $340. No pets. bus. showping, schools. Quiet street 
injw. oaii Air. uriDung, care- p*,,^contact Manager at 342-»4« & . afe rat#5 Mayfair Motel, -454-2445. after S. |m Ouodre and Cook 


ASCOT 

HOUSE 


1537 MORRISON STREET 

_ By Oak Bay Junction , 

* 1W F®rt'^ ,,,,l ® f0rt Wanor * Only one 2-bedroom suite 
left in this nice new bldg. 

wmmr%S3TT&ti*. *» 

SH\RI) Rhone o95-6278. 12-7 p.m, or 

3*5^771 lady timet "■ > ^ 991 *"*• Servicc No 

< hildrtn or pets. 

’ 'f»eaw..- greenbank 

DESIGNS LTD. ' 

WHY RENT? 
Grosvenor Place 
1342 Hillside Ave. 

Call 

JOE WANTON-JgMitl j 
PETER VASON 477-9318 
Roberts. Investment Ltd 
348-4411 


UNDERGROUND PARKING 
■incl.. large balcony, fully carpet- 
*o and newly decorated Fridge 
stove emole cu*toards, oool and 
saune This luxury condominium is 
•n^ quiet desirable area and over 
poks a beautiful park with a oan 
o'emic view of tne h»r-x)Ur. Rem 
$304. AVAILABLE NOW. 

To view cell C44-933S 

OAK BAY - Compact brloht 
suites — close to supermarket, 
shooting, bus. rec. centre anddtos 

Pi»«l. 

—2 bedroom from $214.21 

To View Cell 594-7979. 

1 bedroom apartment suite. Nice 
bright block close to Junction end 
shoos. Rent $144 64 p.m. Available 
April 1st. 

To View Ceil 595-4774 


ArRILABLE NOW 
OR APRIL 1st 


2-bedroom corner suite. very 
clean, on transportation and cp- 
Ug-Uiht will rmrm+ «gNT i m poslte shopplhg centre. Rent 

S/34.23 per month. Very go*! 
tuilding. Please phong 3*2-0424. 
pool. gtc. Close to Town and Coun- Adu |, s only, ro 0 ets. _ 


try shopping area. $300 p.m. 

david burr ltd. 

4&S Fort **-_ _3 

PANDORA 
HEIGHTS 


I- 


AYA1LABLE NOW 
OR APRIL 1st 


FREE 

Heat & Cable 

Close to .Stores. Schools 
Covered Dark ing available 
Children Welcome! 

BACHELOR 
OR 2-BDRM 

CLOVERDALE 
tOWNHOL SE COURT 
931 CLOVERDALE 
Contact Manager Ste 101 
OPEN TO VIEW 

12-7 P.M. 

„ PHONE 385-0311 
or 385-0391 ans. »er\i«e 
GREENBANK DESIGNS 
DIY. LTD 

SPECIAL 

. for • 
SPECIAL PEOPLE 
1ST MONTH 
BONUS 

Orangewood 
Manor 


5135.00-S16I.40 Juoilee 2 bachelor 948 Esquimalt Rd. 
apt». Stove, fridge, neat, 
water, cablevifion included. No 
pet» O' children. Avail. Aprl'1. 

SJS9.C0 Jubilee. 1-Wrm.. stove, 
tridgr. reat wafer, teulevislon 
included. No pets or oiid^n. 

Avail, now. 

$224.00 Esquimau. Park-lIke set¬ 
ting. Lovely large corner 2nd 
fir. apt. In newer tlda. Carpet 
heat, water, cablevision. perk 
ing included.- No pets or chil¬ 
dren. Close to bus. shopping. 

Avail April 1st. 

$17? 00 James Bay. Bachelor apt ! 

c" ground floor in oioer home This building is situated 
Includes heat. Avail, now. No 


..oval Arms Apts 1300 Yates 
Street, (corner of Yates and Fern- 
wood). 


•$5-7337. 


- WORKING COUPLE WOULD 


3444*4$. 


$500. 


MACAULAY 
NORTH APTS. 

-HEAT INCL. 

- SPACIOUS SUITES 

1 BR from $195.00 

2 BR from $265.00 


UNIVFRSITY AREA like duple* on quiet Street with PkiMrom Wvslr-^v,^ 

Furnished cectwior suite, available garage o- basement. For April 1 st. v»nllQren WelCOme 

in -ned.atety. $175 Including utill- $775. 384-3516 after 5. Orchard Hill Townhouse. 3 bdrms.. 


I.** C ** 5 ESQUIMALT, NEAR NAVY 2S* 


base. 1 -bedroom eoertment In side 


HILLSIDE AREA .. non ^ mok , r 

One bdrm. avail April 1st. $1*5. , 4 T <M ,? 0 S r * , 2SL i 

Call Mrs. Lund 344-9279 or West- 4 *™ 4 or __ ... ..... 

ern Homes Ltd. . BEDROOM SUNNY UPSTAIRS by side duplex. $140, plus utilities. 

act. self-contained. Smell child 343-2315. 

One bdrm. avail. NOW. $170. Cell and-or pet oermitted. S24S inc udes 

Mrs. Kenny 343-9139 or Western utilities. N..—~ **— 

Homes Ltd. Cu»^phone 

SPACIOUS . --- 

ground floor, fully furnished with 
wall-h ‘ 


stove, basement. $325 pm. Ph. Au¬ 
drey anytime. 384-4456. 

J. D. BOSOET LTD. 


,r« CE r^ R rt I,. 21 A W r ,#fn v— ™. iuiiy W.8.. - 

KJ7 Clover del e Ave ._ 3M '* 314 fridge, stove end new wall-to-wall ?*Q6 


N$S"*UmvgrVlty K^r VCDONA^ PARJAMES BAY Ma)n fifnl , v 

• <77 - 7703 ' _ act?r hom * near the see. 3 bedrooms - 

s'TTEDROOM SUITI.i 598^60^vSrfSs: tSfUHT* TJSo'kh ^^"m 


VISTA ROY ALE 

18*5 Pardo, g Strggl 


„ __ __ .. SIDE 3-BEDROOV fr> «•» 8830 

carortinq, Prlvarg frnfrgoc,. clo*a duptM. full batwn.nt. 1'fr «dc,» pig,*, 3*5-10**, 

.0 downtown, *7W>*15._ : Pwll’aLgS; r “ 3 8DI!MS ~ PER MONThT 

BACHELOR SUITE FURN1SHE01 *— “* ‘ 


^iid^ oTlSt. "t* Close to Shopping but in ver> T « J SJS1m sat On. US ifr LS'''Igte.™”'gflSl'SIf *» HOtUr.s TO RENT 'wSS^rSlo': 

p^«3ERTON,HOi»ESLTO. Q f I E T locatlnn. Many 'SSimm'®SI IXFfBMSHED "*'7 f wKrU, a Cfc. L,o 


suites have excellent \TEW5 ^"iSwSBSw'IS!. K 

land are spacious. To S * ^“'“ShrTdn'.roiia wanted responsible noh- 
* .«!.««.• elevator, near bus and smoking women To SUgjef eoarr 

matire adults, no pets. ,-•* Bay Jurxhion area. 

April 1st. - August Jtst $140 
WA'TITRIi'RnVT morth. Evening?, 595 

2605 Windsor Rd. !«» Worddey Si,, just «t[ 

(corner of Windsor and Newport LampSOfl at Lsq. Rd. Ro d and Cratoflower. 2-bedroom 


PAR k’ PI ACF I v * €W call Mrs. Alwood at tnopoi^'. 

r rVI N l\ r 1332-9622 or visit build ng at „ 


195-3143. 


, Bachelor 


14 YATES ! 
suite fully 


across from Aindsor Park). 

LUXURY 

tome eoarlments now for rent in 
Victoria's most prestigious build 
mq, oool. sauna, steam, swirl pool 
underground parking, every ton- 
celvable aooointment. ooen. to 
view. 2 to 5 dally. Rents from $475 
month upwards. inquiries 


__ ___ m ... _ rufly eo*jipped. in¬ 
ept s7 in” parklike surroundings, eluding eoler TV end many extras. 
Available immediately. No pels. M3-074?, ?86-7*12. • 

This is e bird sanctuary. $230 —-- ’ i 

nciudes >eat, ceHe TV, drapes ;o-» APARTMENT 


SftL 

WESTERN HOMES 

J06-J494 


386-3124 


Phone 345-0444. 


mtMTI RK TO RF.NT 


BRAND NEW TOWNHOUSE 
ne»r Fisherman's wherf Livino- 
dining room with flreplece. qjelity- 


a monin upwaros. inquiries f.FPTC*E HOURS axmq iwm wim mwi n ». 

5942411 or 594-4240 or enswerinq \Ar\\l THIIR^ Q R w»*»’ 5 

;rrvi(n 385-C99I, Greenoenk De- I nVJr\j. 7 J redrooms end den, 1V» baths 

signs Dlv Ltd. CDirNAV O.Q Petlo garden, $375. Phone 595-2*33 

O E L U X E . CORNER. 2-BED 
room. 1 V> bath. Immaculate, 
sweeping victoria Harbour. Olym¬ 
pic views Underground parking 
hooby shop, hydropool, sun roof, 
very quiet peootoi No pets. $390 


1250 PANDORA AVE. 

Large luxurious 2 bedroom suite, 
wood burning fireplace, large Pr : - ; j .2 BEDROOMS. 


! l-bedroom apartment, very clean, 
on transportation and oooosite 
! shopping centre. Rent per 

month. Very ouiet bui ding. "Please 

: pi sne '* 
wets. 


FORf-PANDORA 

Walking distanca to town. Mature 
adults'only No pets or children 
please. 1 bedrooms from $190. 2 
wedrooms from $260. 598 2394. 

JUBILEE 

K3ftl.ee Ave. behind safe-way near 
Mogfctal. One and 2 bedrooms. 1 
t*cnelor. Suit mature older people. 
No Pets. Sauna end whirl pool. 

595-1210. 

Kilmarnock Holdings Ltd 


HYBURY 

HOUSE 


FRIDAY 9-8 
SATURDAY 9-5 

AFTER HOURS PHONE: 

KIM 385-8310 
DENNIS 382-7806 

YOUR PLACE 

1366 HILLSIDE 

-Consider Vxnclhing dif- , g&. 

ferent designed lor owner »nd $ 240 . plus utilities. Henderson 
occupants with over 1000, L,d - 3 * 5 - 9741 • 

sq. ft. of living. Qty corc[-r.^.. itooa— 

venience and close to Hill-' 3-BDRM., 
side Centre. - Available May.!*’ 


MAIS 


388-6314 

JAMES BAY 


3 BEDROOMS 
Large 2 year old town house, with 
fireplace in family room, dish¬ 
washer. IVi bettis, living room 
seoarato laundry room. Fenced 
orIveto yard. $395. 479-3364. 
RENTAL $441 PER MONTH OR 
purchase this 2LY bedroom newly 
refurbished home by assuming 
payments of $362 per month to 
qualified applicant. References not 
! required. Call owner. 344-3044 


3844 SHELBOURNE ST. , . . . 

„ 1 and 2 bedrooms available. In-- —Each suite features 

4026 Quadra at McKenzie eludes swimming pool, sauna, ia- 
i cini. billiards and free heat. 

477-9501 


30" 


1821 COOK 
385-2435 

STANDARD KURN'ITURF. 
Three I looms from 

$10 per month 
Immediate Delivery 
r Tffi-5111 

MONTH TO MONTH 
Piece or Grouo 

CAMOSUN FURNITURE RENTAL . 
942 Fort St. _ 343-24M 

103 apartments 

I . WANTED 

rs&M Issussttsw^wu: 


very quie 
3*4-4745. 

1 -BDRM., S177.25 

479 ESQUIMALT RD 
Newly decorated and carpeted 3rd 
floor suite. Heat, cable, parking 
included. Available Immediately. 
344-5734._, 

ONE. 1-BDRW AND ONE 24DRM 


two- oea room rown nouse, sto ve. 
fridge washer, dryer, covered 

' I bdrm family home with In-law Parking, $390. 388-9034._ 

suite, 3 bathrms, 2 fireplaces. $450 iWO-BEOROOM. KITCHEN, NO 
Avail. NOW. basement, frktog, stove, washer, 

PURNtTUFT end *PPUANCES McKENZIE AREA Tu ?*s££"‘ , ‘" 

RlNT 3 bdrm. bungalow, large yard. «s«h CHILDREN WEL- 

c 9fO» V BL AC K-WHITE T V*5 Avail. April 1st. $325 P.m. .SR,. Pets OK Jb^roome.^et 

FuRNl_TUR.F,—ApPLIA NCES -j orrvir included, walking distance to town. 

HILLSIDE open for rent, 11 i.m.-l p.m. 12*9 

4 bdrms, 3 bathrms., 2 f.p., fr. Cen tre Rd, 

A?al| dr A^H d lS‘ LANGFORD - CLOSE TO BUS 
r#e rm - Av,ll ‘ AprM ut ' and school, 3-bedroom older home, 
^ P- m * <300 Includes stove, available April 

MAYFAIR lit. *n *nt. 


bedroom suite In house or apt. for 
May 1st reasonable rant, phone 
595-1958 or 34S4M72 after S. 


2 BEDROOM SUITES 


En.ioy the POOL and 


asr-J-s,* ,y'J£ r Zrl 

5^- „ ^ y * r<3 ' en. basement, half acre. Victoria 

Avail. AAAY 1st. $450 P/m. . p raM ^ 

OAK BAY AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY. 

Imm opr rPMTBP s hwo bedroom, 7514 Emplra. Fenced 

«SSi tt tAi ap'pil esfc. .SKS. «3Si. Wf- 

2 BEDROOM TOWNHOUSE OFF 
Esquimalt Road. Ideal for sharing, 
l"* baths, large storage area, 
fridge, stave, $350. 384 5043, * to 5. 

SIDNEY TOWNHOUSE — I BED- 
rooms, plus den, fridge, stove and 
drapes, private yard. Quiet end 

[unit. $300. 4564439._ 

'THREE BEDROOM MOBILE 
home for rent on one acre Sooke 
waterfront, rent negotiable. Call 


" •>m-° wN 

3B -I dV“ “ 

C. u Jlanshard 


—- _ T —I ... ... ,vkonvumj. NICE VIEW. SAUNA THIS WINTER, 

•.ate balcony. 3 blocks from down- Q 0 i«t. clean, well controlled bultd 
to.vn. adult orient?j. Available im- sicvator and laundry f«- Mies 


medlafe'y. 384-2669 or 3*7-2017. 


KINGSWOOD 


Drapes, carpet, stove, fridge, 
storage, balcony, caclevision. heat 
water, parking. Close to shopping 
centre, bus. parks, Esq. Senior Cit¬ 
izens Centre. Adutk, only, no pe»5 
34M22L 

TOWNHOUSES 


SORRY NO PETS 
Manager’s office 478-2223 
CONCORD 

984 McKenzie 

"YOUR PLACE' 


7 Mi }-t«drooms avai'aMe. $153.33 . , 

RaiRto-if'manaqer C «l mTs and - scfSoisf^T«» °b«tw. 'family Discover for yourself why Hi-osis or xf-CG-i 

SAN’S.VR APTS. twk-uo C *nducte f stove 8 ard’fringe', this biuildint; is 90 per vent innhap.: 7 .r 

mjc Hill SIDE heal, hot v.ate'. d-aoes,' parking. f u l| | n the lirst month. We 'bedroom condamin .m. sound- 

’ Vha VP much lo ntlor in thi* &rJS."SSX 

asssa ■» ‘ n „.... cv 

r yLUE?'* No •***■ Man * g LORD STANLEY set on 2 «u res of treed Projt- fridae and stoye m Aduii-erientfd 

»r — *>«*-•. Lease ootianai $250 monthly. Mrs. 

-M/nv RENTS- I MANOR erty. *>«<. **wosi 

Hn - c sriaht ? htd«vim rioxe Stanley Ave. tei*e*n Fort —Double glaased-window* 

and Pandora. t-t€droof suites. >h p„ c (ti ii 

“l ,or aooo ' n,mf °’ ca " ’m v 

phone 384-4892. 477-4292. Garden [iliiL*!:---*\-'-- Bathrooms 

City Property Managemeet Ltd. ELDON PLACE —Termis court 

-—- 1 Offering $50 moving in bonus. We _ , . . 

VIC WEST have bachelor^ to 3-bedrooms. —Covered parkll'C 

Small children welcome. One and heat, hot watc? and caolavision vii rr , ir p-l rlosets 
two-badroom suites,- from $145. Included in rent. Heated p»oi. .viirrorea cio. < is 
Heat and cable included, wan to swiripoo! and 4lry sauna, also --Laree balconies 
W.II Cgrp.fr frvd *0“ _1 BIDROOMS from M95 


.MAPLEWOOD 
GREEN 

—Unique floor plans include to tovm *nd 
*^ooi 1 liedroom with den. 2 /nM#r * 


YORK MANOR * couSS : -P«wivvwmw- __ 

^ j nliich J i!T*2 'o*rk ‘aekino 1 or. 2 ced^oom character »3f0.e0—$405.00—729 Ontario $t„ 3 anytime 4 47-3727. _ 

windows, plush and jMdtn.jCabto. parkj suitetor.Aprll 15th. References. • <ro ** ,rom AVAILABLE MARCH 15TH, COL 

school and playground. #.ood. 2 bedroom bungalow, frtoi 


self clean ovens. 15 cu. ft 
2 door refrigerators, ther¬ 
mopane windows, plush__.... - - — SUII# ^ W1 

carpeting and colourful ^ 5,S M !5 * ,Uf 4 l e-ypruum,. ,wood. 2 bedroom bungalow, mop. 

wall coverings. tivt-rfdrcow large apar^< lady pen siOner wants un^ i3 «o.oa_No. 17-H7 simcoe st.. 2 JJg?*. L#rB * w * , “ 5 ' 47$ * w * 2 * 

Roof tup gardens uilh nggfrtf. cou,*l Kx.liar. Chikfrg; t**»-**»»--! atttn. 

wetcemt. $230 and $244. 344-4013, *|j SIIAKKD $2S0.0B—1415 Morrison. __ 

A( (OllMOtl ftTIONR room, 5rja ilvlnjroom with fire 385-245*'*Bvroo’ Price 


views, workshop and * 79 - 7284 *' J 
games room. 


3255 COOK STREET 
Bachelor, i and 2 bedroom 

acle Includes s*.imming pool, 
avna, r.illards arJ tree heat 


bedroom 2 level suites and 
3 bedroom. 

To view these desirable 
units with rents starting 


OLD c R D$*COR APT. BLDG 7 77. " - " Place, neat incli 

1 -bodroom. self contained, close 23 YFAR OLD. SINGLE MALE 

* bus. Phone 344-9243. v.ants to rent ojf second bedroom • 5c?* 00—1609 Aocrlsor, 
344-4253. message. of fully furnished deluxe condo I 
Pre*e' neat male "1 to 24 veers 


AVAILABLE NOW — 3 BDRM 
home, no basement. Close to 
ohe^ bed- Town.J$2JO. perjwo. ^V l^tor^ Wony 


room heat included. 


SECLUDED SUNNY 2-BEDROOM 
two bed- 'ome with view, Wllklraon Road 
area. Prefer older couple. $350 

! plu s utllltle*. 479-2710. 

S’SUL.- 

ems.iwiiiwr.SW" - ITW^.urW'TISSi* fg%k r<**»*'Sr*8k 

SHARE .3-BEDRCK^ ^ S^ITE, washer and dryer. 


GARDNER REALTY LTD 


CITY CENTRE ‘ available April 1st. fOlly furnished. LOVELY 3-BEDROOM, FULL 

— comtortanie. c’aan bicck. jiob per month includes all except • ! or further information piaaaa call . asement, family room, carpet*, 
at S285. I»Cr month please 9?. rd ??n are8, 3S5-4879 > 1^00 an( ] cable. Located Close-In. erown Bros. Agencies at 345-8771. d'shv.*»ner, $395. Burnside Rood, 

call 598-4060. _ Females only. Phone 383-9172 be- — - - . —-,477-5424. 


1 BDRM. SUITES 

1 BACHELOR 
Deluxe, carpeted, with 


* Rental Office 388-6234 
MRS. VOLK 638-8856 
Ainblewood Develpments 


_Females only. Phon 

APRIL 1ST. FAIRFIELD. 1-BED- •*«" a l: » F-"_ 

room main floor tri plex, close to MALE 0R FEMALE TO SHARE 
teach and park., $225. 382-4343 1JJ00 $q n con< jo. 2 bedroom 

a,,er ■* washer and dryer. After 6 p.m. 

1 BEDROOM APARTMENT. OAK < 7 ?-4420. 


DELUXE 3-BDRM. 
TOWNHOUSES 

MORNINGSIDE WEST 
GORDON HEAD AREA 


$795 PER MONTH ON THE 
Gorge. 2-3 bedroom home, electric 
heat, full basement. April 1st. Call 
I 3“4-2654 attar 3 p.m. 


one person .wanted, to 


_rab'e. oarklng. $175. 454-5048. 

398-4649. Mcinli 


share laroe house near Jubilee Exceptional sound proofing, 

--- -.- — 1 , Mug, luuuuiini ESQUIMALT 598*6449. Hcsmlai, with i others. $100 plus cost oil heating. W-W carp ets, 

entrance. Resident manager Ona and 2-bedroom apartments, , - cr * Bnr * u lnft , nAV c T ,<», 1 -.tilities. 995-3274 after 5. 

232-4419 anytime, available now, or heat, hot v.ater. cable, carpets. L eveniiaa 1 

April 1st. mil. 384-7575 days. 3*3-4664 evenings. 

PARLIAMENT BUILDINGS ONE ' 


and mountain view. Corner suites. • 
Phong 344-9454. 


NO EXTRA CHARGES 


-BACHELORS from SlIO 


SUBURB AND OlEEEEENT C*tjg. hggl. hydro, pg.klng Incl. MR. BRIDGE — 47JK7Q-, 
jamas Bay — specious 5-room Modern 1 or. w.th new W-W car- . ~ , 

a* srtment with paMo ^*d parking. o«»- Apr. l. 1512 p.m. "Olympic Amblewood Developments 

Victorian design, deluxe epptl- C*jrr on Selkirk, ou.et an- - ; - 

ernes. Owner occupied, several op- lovment. Res. -Agr. 3f6-9w43. Brit- 
tions. Call Verge Shore 477-0141 <$« A ner.can Realty Ltd. 

Pa.-er 751 or 38B4349 
PANDORA AVE" AVAILABLE 
now $137. newly decorated one 
bedroom. Nice kitchen with eatinq 
area and window, 'arga iw.na 

nrr-r. h a rd w ood tloc-s. Quiet ' .edroom avalla'ijle, $194.80. Resi 
Building for older tenants, no cent manager. 383-9550 

”" S = BACTIELOR SUITE 

Gcv t leir Mli'slde. fridif >m»e 


GLENCARIN DOWNTOWN 

■■r ONE MONTH 

rirr^^jsjrax- - Tliv KlN 

dren or nets, as no v»rd $180 per * ^ 1 ld,e. Plsgs call 38. 2761 I I »LL l\lal s I 
IW.V. 479 3.19 alter 6 p m * ;==="— 4IW -1-bdrm. suit.. $210 - 

ONE BEDROOM CORNER SUITE VICTORIAN APT. -New building, unique design. 

..iln taTcor.y. very quiet no chit- «... » pnivr nn -Carpets and drapes 

dren or refs control ed entrance. *111 arKliNlj ILLJ. -undergrourd parking, 

reat. cable and parki-q inc'udwl 1 BR from 5160. Parent with child -Close to eve.-vlhinq 

waii-to-wfll caroat. oraoet apoli- welcome Res. Artqr., 343-6989. —Children well, me 

antes. Ave; le^le Aprlllsi .592-17SI. AUf> AOr . r u , 0 ., TC n 477-7872 or 477-3065 


WATERFRONT. ONE BEDROOM, 
, 1 secluded, modem cot age, fire- 

low piece, oil furnace, Soofce tree. Me- 

p^.. **»<:.. fr» ..r, . 

rmi v arrr mm# rarscu • - -.—- - - - -. . - and cablevision, waher. dryer, 7-BEDROOM HOUSE FOR REATT 

baiconv controlled entraoct Ctu'- *4.7575 days. 3*3-4564 evenings. uv , c AREA, FOUR BEDROOM fridge and stove in each unit. wjth itpve. Langford,.wwtor Inciud- 

... SS£ J&J5. • OHE BEOROOM R "’ K,M :>,r«.r TurMr 

lock, extra large, 1100 sq ft AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY MO- marking. $175 per month. 385-00.8 , 47M4t5 %yro»V Price and Assoc. Ltd. 

EEL.' 1 ,btdr 2 SS*one-bedroom basement _.. . 3 * 5 - 245 * 

new tH'ildigg. Deluxe appliances, bourne area. $190 mcludes^cerpets, . U jg. Gorge area. $160 3*5-0595 
oodles of cupboards. Also on# bed- drapes, stove, fridge, heaTTwater, 

room 720 so. ft. Heating and hot an d parking. 384-5043 3*2-147*. 2-BED«“... 

nater included Resident manager --— — — utility I 

260 Michigan Adults only. ‘ OAK BAY. BEST WATERFRONT 

— location in luxury block. Spacious .01 
MMEDIAT L /. ,. t€droorr> adurt* only. Lease 


ROOMS IN SHARED HOUSE -. 
- — 1 Spacious, warm, comfortable et- 
2-BEDROOM SUITE FOR RENT, mosphere, fireplace, *9$, 592-1556. 


ed._«27B oar m onth. 474-7451 

KINGSTON ST.. TWO^BEDROOM 
full basement house, 83® e month. 
_ 385-3543. 


AREA. 


CUSTOM BUILT UNIVERSI 

____...._ 4 veer old- three bedroom, 3 piece 3-t*<uwom finished basement w-m 

"tv Inctudgd. M*0. 381-0050.__; GIRL —» WANTS TO SHABE - Ui S. V.C.Bt^.W t) __ 

6 'AtLABLE ,MMEDIAT *WRRR " -"—Bh-- -*-•»- — ArAIlTMBATS TO 2»v pr “~ HOUSES TO BEXT 

near downtown. 2315 Dov.'e' at n^rotr-inccii*' ranu{rTtf°^***y RFTNT FTRNIHIIFM ROCKLAND LARGE BEDROOM I edulpment. etc.. Quiet waterfront FURN1SIIRD 

; O’.aar.s. 2 -gdroem. ?270. l rad-1gSr —-- .or. i^viiSi from location. Avan* ie April let. Ref-,-«- 

1 room 8750 includes Hydro, well to n ^ n l']_£? L?° ,a l Ta/5, _ 3 ? 8 ' A3, -L- 1 BEDROOM SUITE IN CHAR- f o erences required. $4® monthly. 

I will, drapes, elev-'tor. ci.e't room M irp ONP a P n»orjM niiitf in £ t#f huildlno Close to T ^5- URY3 _39» - l_;478-9347. GORGE AREA 

' SSSTWSBS' rvALrt-w i "wriTi.i pi-rxEB ■«» iikn 'i I r»P » !"wLT jw .i^^ iimwe- j* bug 

LARGE BA-HELOR APART- Ava*la>e April 1st. 382-0497 and MODERN FURNISHED 1 BED- I LANGFOR D . NEW SIDE X SIDE pp, oinlvj room, fridge and stove, den! 3 rdrms.i den, f.p. Includet 
men! overlooking the Gorge on ,479-4041. room apartment $196, c«"tralloca- duoiex * >Bgdroem, .IV 1 'Seo garage «00 pm. Call Audrey, all appliances $425. 

Go-gg Roao. cna block from shoo- ^"“yaTEs" MODERN OuTet «vallaWe May Htcf Hflw i' At-toSS^ ' lhop ' J - 0 BObDET d*4*SS 

ping canlre. bus to doantown at ’ij, d | f I AT feroe 2 -°Sroom QU ii»h till the end of August. 595-4306. p.nq, April 1 , $3®. 47M454._| CENTURY 21 Western Home* 

.araae. $27*. 1-bedroom, SI® BESIDE UNIVERSITY NEAR COLWOOD CORNERS TWO cmil oren and PE.T5 OK ** to37 Clouardala Avg. 34B43I4 

•, r *i,,??, F** 5 ' Avai, « bl « Aef " Heat, parking, caclevision Includ- l-bedroom. large, too floor, south bedroom lower suite, fr'dge, stove_ tlon to p-^ngs*, roomy U.i r ~—rrr, 

1 si 343-2417 _ed. 3*4-7785 or* 344-ltol fac-ng condo. $245 477-1295. hesf. water InclJded, lerge fenced room sownhouse condc 2 -ash* ttt> ~9 ° r ^.. * ra * ._***»• 

l.RDRM $210 BACHELOR SUITE j "'«» ,grt °« wW ,» • ». ■■- ,., .g*5 F* ■ - tint gjXLg? 

ni^K/V\ iZIU Available .arch 15th. Sl5. H44t. BEACON HILL AND HOSPITAL, 2 , SOO , K .L. . amJ stove. Gorge. *275. 341 -^ 4 * r* p**, ideal tor older couple. 

cable included, quiet building. room jyite vsare bath, all utill- Bright, spec I p.’s 5-bgdroom ^upie^x _ _-__Ay*it._now. 


lias, cable, laundry quiet person, with full besement and fireplace. FARM TO RENT. 3 BEDROOMS. PEMBERTON. HOLMES LTD. 

BUILDING - li; 3*4-4/85 , 477-3156 $300 per month. 442-5254. pantry, kitchen, dining room and .... _ 3B44174 

.l : BE ? TOO« SHITBjIWREE^ KORJOB OUfLBX. 


RCCKlAND AREA CHARACTER, 

ESQUIMALT CLOSE IN cinverslun. perkllka grounds, pari iamfnt bu LDIMu _ 

Rosalma, 4'i rooms. W to W. small and PKi* one NdMwti. hficto Ure# 7M eg. tt/top (4th l who^^ wents j quiet . tan. no ptH, 
Jg«>*• * 181 .iSmT l-redroom in l-vSe-old phon. B ; ll Weiss. 594- t *h. 

Sbi'e) H Mar V oiJl!e' jKJJSR 5 ^ ' : ooUdng Deluxe appliances. _ex- 

Ltd. 382-4312 (res. mgr. 382-1140 


$2*5 per . 


tOCO Government Street 


1037 WYCH8URY _ ... 

New block, extra large suites. 179 5205. 

Qu et sfree' Available Immediately. - —- - 

Fhdne ?88-4 82 QUIET ADULT 

- large apt. 2 bedrooms, 2 MODERN l-BEDROOM SUIlt.iMKtc acuxuum uuricx, n tfr'iwiMi’ . 1--— 

$152. AVAILABLE NOW. LARGE bathrooms, dan. balcony, $295. Svii*»b*w April 1st. all utilities one clock off Beacon in S.dnev. af , ra Ji A ^3*.^ ;a Vrs* 'B*..3*v 

bachtlor apt. w’lh senarato kifch- 595-5749. suopll^l share bathroom, suitable avallabK April 1st, $245 per acreage Victoria Press , Bo* W 

•nette end Heeo:, g area Pendore A »-,ofifi D tor wdrklhg girl. *140. 59V14W. I month. 452-2449. _ 'va-LAPlE MAY 1ST, 

TWO location, wo.>ld su*. matcYe person BACHELOR, sJU ni , u ,. C ,.. TC I/v ,xTT^ npwu c nF ay ciDf dUp'ifx 9 3- edroom home, large fenced tot. inn male or student. Available 

• l "-‘. .... ^' '-gg.^ 'D.f^fnrJx A^i . B ,^ CM ?. L .^« S ^ T 5 campon, sundeck. no pets. Asking from Mld-Aprli $140 Includinq 

'.'vijK- References. April $J45 344-7525 days. M3-4S44 eve miles from Woo lco. Portage m et Q ^ er nea' offer. ►>*,!. lights, and water Victoria 

ill 384 ^ 957 * _:__ nings. _I trS'rVti L#droom *‘ 2 **"*• W85 ' :easa Pnona 479-7294 evenings Press. Box 417. 

>04 CARLTON TERRACE BEACON HILL PARK. 


CABIN K> MILES NORTH OF 
town, furnished end equipped for 
1974 on# quiet, clean, responsible, work- 


BEACON HILL PARK, VAN- ■ - iippWa ~ mi TWO-BEDROOM HOUSE AVAIL CENTRAL SAANICH. 2 BED- 

! couver Street bachelor suite. «!"• i^LS^DE-QUADRA IgRJJ; ebto. April Jst...$795 plus utJIMn, r<5 m. fireplace, svdmpooi. larw 


working lady. 382-4947. 


C i. two bedroom, frldgi 
t. tight. $240. 385-0154. 


BEAUTIFUL WATERFROHT^gJ IE w ,^[ >R °°5J C If* I 1 - B E O ? O O M DUPLEX FOR «v fr TBurfrfrv morning*. 


. S5?.'»»T!*ir* LA NC FOR D-C OU WOOD ‘•'i'lK’HSfi’S' wTAilfflwl *5!h*lJ ST i»SiSiS ^ * “SJJ. 0 **,7, ER ?££S~™ BEACON 'Vul" PARK,’ VAM: 14 ^ 0 "' 

.eacon M«.rBw»K—fff.a.v sstsTiSBR ^r&s^ras^ssr, t v" 5 -« .t* . 

Two IfrBtfrBom guUgg. BUfrtlg >M *»-*»*. _ _ 1 BEDROOM APARTMENTS ON j moftl A. S.TiMS or t/ir- - .uv. 

ffifaaaaapxil 

-----35S-7043. I um Js ? 5 * ^ drapes. !«. nJry space In e«ch M5-4453.. 384-1001._COSY COTT AGE WITH F ^RF i ARC.F 3-BEDROOM DU- close In $255. Phone Victor * 

FAIRFIELD AREA. 1-BECROOM , pp AOBA *’#■ fr mtTbfd ' C - "° yal Trus »' I .ipartment, :5,5-.'47, 4to-4401. FAIRFIELD QUIET ADULT and 2?n pt,# - M,,a ' olex^ E Heat stive. 'MdM^ and ^*-2 53. Byron Pnca A 

In ^oclc ESQUIMALT. 3 BEOXOOML.-y- mcmEIoT' «.* *» iXn .IM H _ SSfrr. »a *»-5W! L*t _ 

ISryJLSSSr m * twfroon. TKS affiSEwS! «-•' «*• «^«»... - - SSSF^USIf^^lLANOFORD. LOWEX-sRcSuS 1 ? ..kEOXOpyS.. »ARA6t .AND Jg S 

STUDENT OR PENSIONER WEL-i fe _ -- F3 Per month, 385-7807. after 5. 

ir«i '« W m®__ • ' un ™ OUNSMUIR «?VAL APaBT. . j^gMlAV - VAC/UIT r»EO- *'*• «S«. gStT frHMrliJl 7!>, E . ro y •.,. u E *$? E ,. r . Y *SS?i , 

J78-257C. 342-6478. AOULTt ONLY ONE BEDROOM ° n€ t«droom end bachelor suNto rrtnts, W1 Esquimalt Rd. 1 bed- cum, c*P« to everythlnj. 1 a^O 2 * ences .*?*'**■ _ - :J px 594-4317. ,ct * 3,44 II 

f|je N «ii 5 11*0 and tor rent. Sauna and swirl pool, room $205. Immediate occ- pancy bedroom from April 1st. 345-5930. MODERN NICELY FURNISHED! ----- Douolas. $305. 458-5544. 

C'.' r .-BFDROCM SUITE ON SEt. lillv?' r $ oia't«*tow n H 4* , $8M d Phone 8 am. to 4 p.rr, AAonday to edroo “ $?X». available April ^ < *- n , n a rr- - *. one- ad'oom suite, *215. 1334 Pan- 3 BEDROOM SIDE BY SIDE DU ,: m/atfrfront 1 BFDROOM V» 

k ' $200. Inc.id-S SII utilitiet In C»i»l#vl*ION.^CiOSt to town, JK-Sam ip rW#v 3826972. • 1st. 144 VJ1. :-B--OROOM. SEPARATE -*N dora '654 ^844 plex. fridge and stove, wall to weU WATERFRON ^J I «E'DROOM, ft 

• e-Iren e Dirull M Ajjn , rcno -, , » 1 _ carpttmo. ^ ^ ~ . B .. TU e U T about.343-4421. iSSTJw 5 ® 0 * 1 *' $M0 ' ^ 1$f * ?.**i.T. A L ■fOyi* t 60_*Y tt A8ULj’ 


.full btawant. flrec!ace. no . oarage, on wall treed Vi acre. Irv 

— - - - -- “— law suit# owner occupied Avail¬ 

able April 1st, rent $308. 452 1547 

gtof fWMaf * _ 

'■ ’BEDROOM HOUSZ, CLOSE TO 
8 'schools and shopping. $37$ month. 
- I Available April 1st. 385-3595. 

FOR .6 MONTHS. J-BEOROOM 


il<)l*>KN V\ AN TKII 

TO liK.VT 


-Void. * iltes wall to wall' available "im* ESQUIMALT BACHELOR AND 1 CEDRGQ'.v ays# row. ^-4074. 

- : ,nv Two tedrcom and o.v tedroo*n. <o«pi nent. include* heat, cable, 

1-BEDROOM DELUXE in QUIET i a y, > tvt. or - 4-dl7l nood view, children wetoome, handy oarkina. sauna, nea* (St end ONE-BEDROOM SUITE. PRI- 
r-rii-kect block, bus st dov S.*' ON -BfcOR“DV SUITE FOR tor Nsden nr Yarrows. M5-4437. Jraric .n. rewonsola 3*4-7245 vate entrance Ew-malf Road. 

-o'" Franklfn .247 Quadra rent F .die. stove included. PNjne :?5-l047. _ , o C r>o^.. Available now or Aorfi. 477 *929 

****lJ»*}* m > »5-5714. 0l , (ET - AND 

tic', ten*'* ;-^.r 


Yarrows. 

03K STRFET. 1 BEDROOM .... 

fc *■ DROC-MS. aFia-tmant available. S17C _ Per “THREE . BEDROOM APART 


ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT. 

$3 pe■ montn. married co ip»e. DALLAS WATERFRONT LUXU- 

neer Kaden, 2*3-9857 ,rv new tv -- 

* — — - - | SBBliS8C66. 

c . I - r u w'rt N * ”o 1 1-B E 0 ROO M .STOVE AND | 

granen. 385-27*3. j frlSg*. S32S. Phong 3*5-1«3. 


two L*» 00 mL 'ftrgpilKg TWO RFDROOM MOUSE NEAR t™!?fr. 5 ' 6 *255?fr 'S.Iim 

TH m 


HILLSJDS AREA, 1 BEOROOM mj CEDAR HILL AT HILLSIDE. ti'Ctonr!' ,-. v rt. %n sN pet we’i- month Ipcludee *-eat an*5 parklno. »n.*nt. 'eated, available Ap'ii lSfh, ’ ; - ' emviev ismonnu niipiTi ™ ^., h u ,«,* a n , 

'fv/rnisrad aparli8>ent tor rent. Studio. one bedaom, heat and come. Limnson S* . 38^f44’ Call Ro»al Trust. 358-4711 Sj7». Wark and Bay.3*4-7944 davs AAAFLE LEAF INN. L OW WEEK- SIDNEY. .-BEDROOM DUPLEX, per month. 442-3474. After 4 p.i 


c45tovlslon rciudea. WS-8749. 


5$5 4771. 

ONf BEOROOM. $160 BACHE J 3~DROOAVS. $350, _ 

tor $1®. Lampson St.. 3*56*24. Langford. 1 child, no pets 477-2541 


BEACON HILL PARK. h'CELY SMALL BASEMENT SbTE. BACHELOR SUITE, 

■ ' * ‘ i Bay.. “ - - - 


Iy or monthly rates 381-9901. 


|*275. 456-4148. after jk, 


family of three with excellent ref¬ 
erences, 3-bedroom home with all 
■ and 

m I _ iw 

area but any olaasant area accect- 
at'e. Long lease o* reasonable op¬ 
tion to purchase considered. 

598-8179 


X 


,anient location $115 . 382-3308. Iy $125 to*-4446 


Available immedla f a^ month. Available Isf April, include FURNISHED. 1-BEDROOM, j 3 BEDROOM ^$2* 

i all utilities. 384.1504. $ultf, aorly 348-9443. after 4 p m 345-4904. *4-1539. 


„ - SOQKC FBCDROOM FAAP REQ RE - bfdb^om 
PHONE hregitce. full basement, automatic house, with basement, fenced 
- furnece. 3446*57. 'yard 343 27ft 





































































































t 


tL2 : llOLhKS WAN rLI) 

TU Rfc.Vr 

' M'i~NON^d» INK ING 
toon-mg couple with references 
t*o o mra* bedroom sunny ■ 
homo, with ooolloncM. fireplace I 
bosemant or jar age, $350 »op. For 
May Oit Oak Boy preferred 
W>-l»! 60 o.m._ 

YOUNG MARR'EO WORKING 
ouoie. with civilised 4 m wish to 
root I or 2 bedroom nouse for 
shout do, wftnln commuting dis¬ 
tance to Victor. l eroo. 305-051 
eUer S O.m. 


215 HAI.IA* HAKLHOtShS. ZM 
STORKS mod OrFICES: 

* TO RENT 


MORTGAGES 
FOR SALE 


RISINE&S 
OPPORTl NITIES 


•214 REVENUE PROPERTY 047 

!• 


$2$0, within 
to Victor.a 

$ *.m._ , 

HOUIESITTER POSITION OR 
rental wanted oy quio» man In 
30'*. Reference*. Wijl do m*;nt*- 


a-.iras 7-3 badrOom horn# 
bit area. quief ttract. Appro*, 
mataly 1U0 3B5-I347. 


TWO WORKING GIRLS WANT- 
ing to rant a wall maintained 
house for may 1 st. Rhone SVS-aaoe 
or 381-7520 attar a. count 

_ ■ or l< 


2 New Workshops 
For Rent 

73‘1 Pembroke St. 
1500 Sq. Ft. Eoch 
SUITABLE FOR 

Lawnmowor Repair Welding 

Equipment Repair — 

Woodwork 

hlna Shoo 
» Shoo 


rxrss'o 

Printing Shop 


John I 


( Printing 

lava Baird or 

on “ 


McKenz ie-Quodra 

Ground floor, noxt to but stop, 
'.bundant parking, dally traffic 
ount K.OOC. Thl* I* a real estate 
building, soaca would »utt 


tebv 

STte 


I bedroom cot- 


MARRIED 

r soak 3-bedroom nouaa. 
- _ . d or option to buy. April 
SKjnav pro*. Pit *504376 


Jo rtn» and or 


RESPONSIBLE OLDER COUPLE 
reouire ?-bedroom, b oa omont 
house for May 1st Reasonable 
rant . 990-101*. _ 

COUPLI 
house, 

♦mo. 


able rant 

R. GEODES 

couple | Northern Pocific 
Realty Ltd. 
479-1687 


OPPORTUNITY ! ! 

\ rents 
Develop 


COMMERCIAL OR 
LNDLSTRIAI. 
PROPERTIES 


DAILY COLONIST, Victor*, B.C., Thun., M*rch 16, 1978 45 

25B HOI SES FOR SALE ZM HOLSER FOR RALE I MB HOIS KS l OR SALE 


p.,^l" T m?,^ D o%\to. 


1ST MORTGAGE. 12 % BOOKSTORE 

>yeer term — excellent aTvenen:*'An excellent location on Ooueise *400 n . . . _ 

— aaatanment of rents - A*iS t. near C-ty Hail - approx/fcOO r- c V^ •* Cojwood 

tenants include Gov't of B.C. I**, ft. with ever NN so. n. of down Payment. Good value at cornp* and Gotoetream. Thun 

2ND MORTGAGE 16% $d*** or— *n main HoocT Ha* a *75X00. u and Ft. 3-4 p.m. Th*» may wait te 

i U ‘v'V" U T.’ | vary aood laaea available — aM . GERRY MARTIN '*■* site ywu vt been looking lor. 

byo or te rm Iota than 40 par cant I operating itetaments and Inventory , 59*-5144 477-70® Com# took It over, 

of- eppre.sod valuo. tot close lavallabta. Asking, only 125,000.1 _ 1 3*4-1434 3M-S464 pager 6)0 

INVEST! 


ew home at Mill Bay — 
rm. Pavabi* mtorast only 
> with post-dated cheque*, 
ho SI0 000 Share 1st Mortgage 
value. 3 year term. Pay- 
rest only monthly. Please 
Douglas Hewkes at Dxro 

SAGE ROCK- 
1 YR. TERM 

GLENGARRV 


call Mr. _. 
las Hewkes 
304-713*_ tafsp 
HAVE 1ST i 
LAND AREA 
AT 11V Call 
GILLIVRAY — 

RE ALTY. 470-713*._ 

1ST MORTGAGE INVESTMENTS 
Currant mortgages on hand al 
11% 2nd Mortgages at 10V Mr. 
Hewkos at Douglas Hawkas Ltd., 
•SO Bianshard 


bta. Asking only $25,000 . 
(plus Inventory valued at w7000.) 
MLS. \ 

IMPORT SHOP 

On# of tho ftrsf shoot tourists 
roach as may walk up Government 
Street from the inner Harbour — 


you mpv per cheat this we 
ont 4-pte* Part of a beautiful 

ssr^. 

.isvra" 


ir Harbour — i€todtRa appliances. $10X00 down., 

8t£ r KH£. **?■ _ i- 


S*utA, Z^o^uut 

&AtAte4 



store equipment, pane* truck, lists 5*0-5144 
of cuotomgr* suppliers and oood i T. L. M 

swP'triftC — 

GARDNER RE. 


MARTIN 

477-7054 

Mann a Associates Ltd 


y LTD, 


wt 


Bl SI A CSS OFVOR 

Tvxrrnis wAXTr.D 


Ml LIGHT 
INDUSTRY 
$46,900 


BAKERY 


r y well established 
and wholesale buv 
I ness i. oood location. Gross solas 
should be m the $000X00. Rur¬ 
al present actively an-. 


REVENUE 

QuaHty-built SxS duplex with add • 
tianai in-law suit# In excellent ran- ~ 

•a< area. ? Large bedrms each tna email inyasmr or 

side with toll high bsmt. Let me | yL.2?. f L 1 

show you tm* cound mvastrnert uiP^VruTr 

^’hTe^ iLE*NS E N,CH0 !lS C °^.,«, or 

477-7701 3*4X075 (Pgr. ho Lanadowna Properties 

O.P.H. REAL ESTATE LtD. I bH_ 


near the 
$46*00 

MLS. 


OPEN SATURIDAY 
1:30-4 

2432 'MALAVlEW 



JACK WEARS 
OAK BAY REALTY LTD. 



Excallant economical _ _ 
home — convenient tocaNon. Nice 
level lot »xil0 approx. W-W In 
il vine room. Stovo and fridge in- 
ludod la aelllno erica of 07. *00. 1*^, 
iodrooms are good slKd. Separata. **3,. 
“ iraae. See you i* 


REAL i 


JPLE WIT 
it. ftunqei 
i. 304-4*71 


WITH CHILD REOUIRE 
sahlow In country sot- 


DOWNTOWN 
OFFICE 


»» %AXTH) TO BORROW 

Please sand confldeniial tntorma- room and 1 txcopflonal J badroorr 
U'ivmy I Non to Vlctrla Pras*. Box 439. 2 b*»h. owners suHe) 4 with fra 

W ATI I t,L7 . ■ > ■ . . —»•— - I mandout ocean views. In 

Require VJ.000 for 1-, 3-yoor form 244 REVENUE PROPERTY condition, oe 
at current rates on a luxury Town-- - - v i C4/1< L v ; 

fVe*o . s yr^.^ 

“NDERSON REALTY LTD. 


GROCERIES 

CRAFTS 

RECREATION 

SERVICE 


^arago. Fruit Irees. ^ee 

Audrey Crothers 

304455 3*5-4*45 

„ OPEN HOUSE 
SAT. 2-4 P.M. 
914 SHEARWATER 


; 34BX27S PAGER 741 


HF 


215 IIALLS. WAREHOUSES. Gr#rtwi ^g, 
STORES and OFFICES oc*tion Perfect 
TO RENT if,rm - #r - " 



CIXISE TO DAIXAS ROAD 
iWeM-kept conversion, natural wood 
DimrTpn- beams, etc. Two sett-contained one 

BUILDER Mna wfln m M«.t nouM 

-Kiuiryi Mrt-ttrm fund, y|y! IHpk, n»ra. Tl» ydl r»«n, 
% Jr*lt *S> “ ur “ '"'If** 1 . l4 > i tl J/9Z?*- *" oco *•» AJktna 

Ceroe*. drapes and security 


pROfemesuoyKAaoRs 


-K 


388-4383 


PRIME OFFICE 

Oooosite Eaton’s. MOO-45CO so. ft. 
Panelled, carpeted, beautiful of¬ 
fices. Attractive rent. 

ANGLO-CANADIAN 

386-8855 


YOU CAN ENJOY A 
teed return of IS per < 
I investment 
worthy, 


A GUARAN 
. r cent on any j 
... make In my 

,-c—. nlgn-return busine ss . 

, Reply Victoria Prase. Box 373. , 


APARTMENT BLOCKS 
7 SUITES $1*0.000 
„ »0 SUITES $330X00 

For more Information. can 
LEOFIGERT 5*0-197$ HAROLD WARE. Castla Proper 
.LIAMS 300-4434 J&jLW- «f. 300*1*4 or R*s. 


n views, in excellent just a »#w potential uses for this c i*c# $4? «oc 
easy maintenance. 3.200 sq. tt. building and $.400 sq. WALLY KING 3 
mcv. $225,000 .Barry ft. lot on Hamstarlay Rd. at Elk 

4 7/_; 0 417. Island Lake. Strvlcfi updated. Owner will 1 OPEN 'HOUSE 

THURS. - FRIDAY 
1:30 -4PM. 


COUNTRY LIVING 
watching the boats go by 


FAIRFIELD 


. ctsuPdai. . 
do more. 9Vf so. ft. rented , 
$3i0-month. Asking $7$.500. Zoned , 
C-1. I 

KEN MANN 5*0-5144 

T. L. Mann a Associates Ltd. 


T" 


LIGHT RENTALS 

build Ww nae iust rec- 

converted Into eight house- 


RETAIL 

S1A0ACONA CEIfTHE. For, 

A.ndor., FroMM. „ 0 A« a 
im, lion From 517 sq. ft 
T*-"* QUADRA 12JQ sq. ft. 

FOR LEASE PORT HARDY 
C\r‘C *00 sq. ft. new office space, ground 

G^rriV^C evel. emolo perking with adioln 

QUADRA CENTRE from «3S sa i"0 storage facilities Available 
Jtaie 1st. Early reply would enobie 

3576 GOV'T. fl7 sq. ft. completion of fa* ' “ * ‘- 

?m QUADRA 1300 sq. ft 
• 2SJ ESQ.670 sa. »f 
OCWN TOWN 2600 or 4.000 Sa 


OAK BAY VILLAGE 

$165X0 per , month. Office 1 
heart of vtllege. Includes alt 
utllltlee end one parking space. 
Newty carpeted end cecoreted. 
includes private -3 P*eca 
washroom and recaption area. 
JACK MEARS OAK BAY 
REALTY ltd. 
RENTAL DEP1 
59X-3331 


24# 


BISINES* 

OPPORTT'MTIES 


Perma Color 
Canada Ltd. 


.... ... sulfas art rented and the 
bonding is situated In the Victoria 
West area. Asking 1*6.000 

PlGERT or EVAN 


3*4-4434 LEO 
WILLIAMS anytime. 

FAIRFIELD 3-PLEX 

Character conversion. Throe 3 bed¬ 
room suites. Located In the best 
rental area In loom. Priced at 
$92,500. 

GERRY PARKER 

5*5-4*73 


is now expanding to Vancouver 
island. We er# accepting applica¬ 
tions for a dealership In Victoria. 

We have an exclusive carpet-dye¬ 
ing process that completely 

S33NS .s%. las.* 


BELMONT 4-PLEX 


AH work is done In the home or ! * .T Tt 

business end has exclusive Perm# 0 *dro°m suite. Pr>ced at $67..900. 
Color guarantee. This Is a no-com- ' ^ ^ GERRY PARKER 


p i a r gwfA .. . __ 

petition business that offers high 
income. Write or cell Parma Color 
Canada Ltd.. 200-260* Granville 
Street Vancouver, B.C.. V*H 3H3, 
736-6464. 


WAREHOUSE 

476 WILLIAM 2100 sq. ft. 

GORGE RD. 1500 or 3000 sq. ft. 

Some of those spares can be ad 
lyfed for ftiio and wa have other 

luting*. 


Jcaia 1. , ... 

completion of interior to the lease* 
requirements, victoria Press, Box 
419. 


DOWNTOWN OFFICES 
A choice of oft.ee space from 43$ 
“ i. fF. Available in 


Siies from loo so. ft. 


choice of of 
ft to XOOO 
>dem elr< 


reconditioned protes- 


2 New Workshops 
For Rent 

731 Pembroke St. 
1500 Sq. Ft. Eo?h 
SUITABLE FOR 


595-4*7? 


Strata titled duplex with 3 bdrms, 
end living room with a flre- 

- While __ 

.77 of an acre with executive home 
speclalTrirg In formal living. View 
Grouse Mtn., Mf. Baker and much , 

more. 3 massive bedrms and more 1-AN9DOWNE SLOPES 
storage then you can believe. 

Pront to beck split. Gardeners’ 
delight with 77 different plants end 
shrubs. Owners are trensfe 

• nnw i ii i/ end hat* to leave. Call on the . 

227-1870 McKenzie '•* pjk* - only $* 4 , 900 . Cannot 

Immoculat* 1 -bedroom unit In I S2. r j&* ctd 

,. 'olca location cloeo to Racket * B * W Sue Work# 5*5^1*27 
_CM. » Douom, 0*k .nd CWr- n\SS > pmV, ' . SOUNO-J bEDROOMS 

a vo nin rvin cv “!!}■ “.tS '“»■ «S-n.™i«!r!oio! w , myi* «mn« room. k... »» 

8 :^'?.^JPV^ E . X .*K?» oH cVn'si“5?i fsrs^f. ^«oon B .m«c xm*, 0 

“ . Waterfront 1'™*“ 


CSl SERVICE 
COMMERCIAL 


WEEKDAY 
SPECIAL 

for horses — glue bn 
basement home with 

Ing — quality cabinets — sun_ 

a clear fresh country views — i 
.500 (30 minutes Jrom Victoria). 1 


Qua. 


bay 


FULL HOUSE? 
sura to see this 4-bedrm 
sty* home situated Ir 

--e-Maplewood area — 

♦ erdwood floors. Charming 
window, dining room, full base¬ 
ment, erg# lot al fenced and 
extra blacktop perking pad for 
trailers, boats — $57,900. This Is in 
a cites by ttsett. 

3M-7S57 J. J. Williams V9 -1163. 


Whara Trust la Tha Basis 
Of All Busintss 

3194 OAK BAY 5M-3331 

IA SPECTACULAR HOME 
swcalant yOR NATURE LOVERS! 

, Located amidst tell Ar'vjf « 
m Fir trees on over V* an 

m deck | |Cr , ^ )and ^b*ra lewn- 
mowers are barred, and con¬ 
dominiums don't exist. A cedsr 
end glass croetion wflzinq ter 
miles over Brentwood Bay 
from a high perch above Willis 
Point. 3 bedrooms plus a guest 
sized loft. 3 sets of slld ng 
doors onto .a h. go dock if 
you’ve beervltilnking of buyiny 
a cholca eoaview lof and build¬ 
ing pour dream home, pick uo 
tn* phone and call me now. 
The owner custom built this 
lovely craetur# only 
•go and now has I 

farrad. It will be a __ .. 

ten you eH about It. Asking 
$•2,500. but expoctlna otter! 
JACK PETRIE. 59$-332l. 


nil will ima 

nly 2 Vi years 
s boon trans- 
a pleasure to 


VIC. WEST AREA 

V IV*. fTWl /-\r\uy-A cue ^ITH &jt4N NICHOLL5 


Must be sold, see property and w it 
make an of for I Call CONNIE - 
AEYLER 3*6-6164 Castla Proper 

tig* Ltd. _ _ _ 

x -- : ~ - ’ ~ , ’ - COLWOOO AND METCHOSIN 

apartment blk. ixtftt & SkSr * r - 

41 Sulim, tltyRtor. MIcwM. w»il 1 —17 *» M. «. wprox.. wit" oK»r 
to wall carpeting. Statement avail- home. $70,000 

Sft«. F r!"L. , S^ , . ,,3S i! , ,'.m C *" ? - 30 «* M- "• •«»«»• »<« ORBr 

HAROLD WARE Res. 3*5-1S«0 or home. IIJO.OOO. 

Castle Prootrtlos 366-6164. Heavy hydro wiring plus bus ser- 

Owner 


4 FULLY MOOERN SUITES 2 


J-bedrooms. 2 1-bedrooms, $ 1.400 
gross annual rant. MLS 39377 — 


, , vice, on new paved road . . _ 
^ will carry part of mortgage. Phone 
400 1 475-4575. 


BY SIDE DUPLEX 


DOUGLAS — DOWNTOWN 

ITT LOTS— 21XOO_|Q^ FT. AT 


tiers 


477-3626. 


(45 


large lot. Pull basement, 
on 163.500. Clift Salmond - 
ir Realty Ltd. Ss-773! or 




tag* (rented qf $200 per month). ; IM2”* #tc - ^ ^ rrni - 

arss , «yK. , rni». &.f <'*«• 

GOROON OR JIM AT 3S5-44SS ^ ^ 

TU RGOOSE IPT. 1 »*S* iun im. 
WATERVI'BWS Jlr t r ' ,r o,£" £?;■ ; «"'<* 

r _ r , ^iiirRj tj-ij h,itit H. i, Oiitrs, terms, $40X00. 

!£££ ^ "•••«*»» • 
clous kitchen, bright decor, and, col worm 

com tort ab*e footing you- got Wde | 3-BE0 Ro5mh< 


474-2476 


HILLSIDE 


tMa _ ,__ 

-educed to $74.90^ Call n 
GOROON B. MAC DON AL I 


Price 


l HOME 


nHYKM'E run vcixiu, i u*»m % i 

ppnpi DTiru usvTrn COUNT# Y &EALTY LTD., 
PROPKRTIEH WANTED JI3-7276. RES. 592X771. 


97.000 SQ. FT. AT S20 FER SO 
FT. — COMMERCIAL AND 
APPT. MIX. LALL A. KLENMAN 
FOR DETAILS,. TOWN H 
U N T R Y - - 


CITY DUPLEX 

Live In one halt and rent out the 
other halt to pay your mortgage 
Bot* Suites are 7 bedroom with 
fireplaces, separate meter-, and 
furnace Priced at S59.90C. For 
more details contact 

Hi.4*34 GERRV I ,lwyv»i<l • com.3.-«o>« L"-«I ‘h mis I B w. 5m.il 


DUPLEX PERT 


OOLWOOD C3DMMERCLU. 


MIUL 'HAVEN 
PARK 
1A ACRE 

r tfliE 


Ha* Vt**ina(rtJ 0 °ri*V ^^onlact Uwimawar Rawlr 
Morguard PrncetTles. 363-416T_j Eqvljsmant Repair 


DOUGLAS ST. STORE Peat Repa.r 

Lerrse prime retell store tor lease. Sheet Metal 
Main floor 7M sq. tt. with 65? sq. Machl “* 

N._mezzanine, ptua besement; Glass 

Ulo Motorcycle Ri 

tk for Dave Baird or 
John Boll 315-4491 


M-W CENTRE 

3614 BRIDGE 5T. __ 


DOWNTOWN VICTORIA. PRIME 
2nd floor office space 100 sq. ft 
Suitable for office or studio. Avail, 
now. 

PEMBERTON. HOLMES LTD. 
3544124 

1000 Govarnmont Street 


(2.500 DOWN 

For strata title side ty side du- 
I plex, two bedrooms eoch side. Or 
$1,250 down for half of duplox 
Welding located in Victoria West. For fur- 
Sign Shoo fher information call: 

Upholsterr 3*5-4434 LEO PIOCRT 5*5-1*75 

T|r# Shop 315-4434 EVAN WILLIAMS 

Camper Repair! Westmont Realty (1*77) Ltd. 
in* Shop Muffler Shoo! 920 Hillside Ave 

Shop Printing Shopi 

cycle Reoalr 
Ask for Dav« 


TROUT STREAM 
J BEDROOMS 

t number invest in mis 1.33 acre uenerai -^fULL BSMT. 

« duol., » nmw-mSX Comirwcljl xonM 1J». wtiiC nM -SiRATA DUPLEX^ 

priced from $35,000 ot $150 IW If •" operating 15-unlt and office A J 47 OATi 

or.ceo worn k».uuu o« siw.wu. ir wjfh |(ving QuaM#rs ^ ^G/,yUU 

motel. Later dev*Ion In* site Into JORDON B. MACDONALD 355-4455 
one of the many commercial uses 
tnai Its zoned for. $375,000. Call: 

LARRY LINEHAM 5*S413< 

NATIONAL TRUST S9S-2121 Saanlchton. Unusual decoi 

. honces this lovely 2 -voor-old 

abe. 


you wish to purchase, call me. If 
you Wish to sell, call me for an 
experienced market evaluation. 

GL6NN NICHOLS 

595-76*9 or 593-2431 
- Properties 


LUXURIOUS LIVING WITH 
INCOME • 

— Answering .Service j ^PEMBERTON. HOLMES LTD. Seeview Motel — over 1 acr* of 

— sttnoI Sarvics 3*44124 * spectacular view property over- 

— Lunchroom-Board Room iooo Government street looktn* Cordova Bav S rental 

Designed to accommodate both 1 --unit* (possible 7) and a mag- 

large and small busmee*. Snare AVAILABLE APRIL 1ST. SMALL nlfklent separate owner s resl- 
vour overhead — cut expenses bright oftlco renting for only $70,dance of over 2X00 sq. ft., Includ- 
Call US today with your rooulra- per month. Located E. Burn side ing 4 tdrms. and 3 flraeieces. A 

™ n, $-.... _... area, on 2nd floor level. For fur- truly unique and charming proper- 

R D LAW 356-3124 (her details contact Mr. Anderson, ty. Offered at $119,000X0 (MLS) ’ 

.at 312-7721, 9-5. S9S-1535 477-2 


Cpbrir $trplf 


1^1 ffiralty tt&. 

388 6268 


10-14 SUITES WANTED 

Mutt be Fairfield or Oak Bay. 
Building should be attractive, with 
low maintenance required. At least 
1 two bodroom suite, preferably on 


WANTED 


Pastoral Views 


III* .lot. FlraMn. liundrv I 
roonv Terms ana otters, asking i 

XIW H Bitter man 474-3476 

WATERFRONT 

6-unit auto court on the beach at 
Qualkum. Just a lovaly man-end-1 

$127 Oo8°* fi,l ° n ' FU<I PfiC# 
Jai-7557 Lan LeOoux 3*2-9*52 

WATERFRONT • 

... ^ PROSPECT LAKE 
HO ft. on wafer approx. 14 acre. 2-! 
©«broomed Spanish typo home all; 
newly renovated Washer, dryer, ■ 
fridge, range and drapes included. 
Owner requests quick sal*. Price 
drastically reduced to 169,900 
305-7557 Lon LeOoux 3H-9552 


NEW EXCLUSIVE 

Attractive 3 bedroom Oak Bay 
home in a much sought after 
area. L-sheped living and din¬ 
ing room. Kitchen with eating 
nook. Lower level developed 
with family room with fire¬ 
place, office and excellent In¬ 
law suite with living room, 
bedroom, kitchen and 
bathroom. Prlco $17X00. Ap¬ 
pointments to view ’h'ojgh 
PAT STYLES at 592-7405 or 
590-3321. 

TAJTERSALL AREA 
^Thls tastefully decorated home 
was built In 1974 end Is sit pl¬ 
od in 4jh sasllv maintained 
garden. Thro# bedrooms, Uo 
bathrooms, living room with 
fireplace, dining waning onto 
sundeck, kitchen with eating 
area, family room wlh fire¬ 
place. study, spacious *n. 
trance, wowrkshop - storage 
area. Bolng offered at only 
$77X00 tor June possession, 
this homo must be seen to be 
properly lodged- Telephone 
PFTER NASH, 5**-M21 or 
592-3473. 


A 


National 

Trust 

(Unitor 


1IM SNILBOVRNI 
$t$31ZI 
IN* QUADRA 
479/1*1 


Matt 3-bad 


Swim 


in $5.50 par sq. ft. price 
rang*. Must bt close to main rd. 
or in easily accesseble area C. 


corner lot. 3 bedrooms. TRY S5.000 down 

ooms end basement reedy Jubilee, $52.9*0. Immic l< 

..her development. $64,300 home Large boomed dln..^ . 

MLS. _extra rooms In bsmt. Easy cart 

ANNE HOWARD 653-3806 1 Soparr- 


Help Must Sell 


WUSS 




Douglas, Video. 


1,1 ACRES 
Situated between 
MnUtreom “ 


kif*tNs ,0 m 

I home. Exti 


■-At- 



$100,000 CASH 

. 45-su : t# Aartment Building 


---! GAIL WEINBERG 

ADMIRALS ROAD NEAR NADEN 306-7521 WM. HOLLIC.K 5924470 
New retell or office seat# avail- BOORMAN INVESTMENT “ 
able Immediately, approximately 
14X1 sq tt. on g'ound level ample 
parking. $2.50 per sq. ft Consid*' 
ations regarding partitioning to aa 
proved tenant Call 592X311 


W 

612 FORT ST. 

2045 CADBORO BAY RD. 


These prooerties c#n be handled 
for the above down payment. 
- rr r Othor investments are available 
for higher down payments. 

Cedric Steele 

3*84258 592-3042 R#S. 


WANTED 

APT. BUILDING UP TO 
•20 SUITES 

H®’ For c® 0 - ‘ aopolntmant' only, 'ca? 

f'dantlai consultation, call. larry linEham 

4774191 JYL SHUMKA 595-1337 NATIONAL TRUST 


_ . ___ ,_.... baaa m ent _ 

aa r&assrpm U a 

_ H4f.wey. IExc*.lent *"9 *<r 3rd. Reduced prlco $63,500, 

investment opportunity for poten- MLS 
tlai commercial oevelopmant. By ANNE HOWARD 


RO YAL T RUST 

URGENT 


595413 
595-213 

KEATING X-RD. 


r a ra. ra< ^ 


WAREHOUSE 

New warehouse corner of Devon¬ 
shire end Cave. 2,675 so. ft., 
finished Offtct. $2.95 per 
Water included. 

479-7041. 




tut 


LEASING 

SPECIALISTS 


RUTAIL OR OFFICE 

Ground floor commercial space In 

J busv Esquimau ehoppjr 

r 


Esquimau shop 
1300 sq. ft. 
200-5471. Concord. 


SOUTH OAK BAY 
$20 square foot office, brlgnt and 
PROPERTY OWNERS: Wa otter wBHn, V> Wock from busy small 
our expertise, contacts and scraon- c * n,rt #nd B *» cn Drlvt - 

ir,q service to ossist and protect 4$4-34w. 

V °“‘ OFFICE SPACE AVAILABLE IM- 

POTENTIAL TENANTS: Our In- 


RESTAURANT 
FOR SALE 


Cash 

class _ _ 
apartment 

not older than 10 years, in 6 mil# 
circle. Please send information to * nt - Trucking Co. Ltd. 306-J414 . 
Victoria Press. Box 429. 


BRAND NEW 

SxS DUPLEX SINCERE AND GENUINE RE 

2 Bdrm on each side, lovely living quest. Is vour apartment for sale. 
Devtime Coffeeshoo t Restaurant 1 room with flrop'are, dining room, or are you interested In telling? 
seats 37. nice clean operatic > <*ro#ted throughout. Ground level Please let mo discuss this with 
easv to handle, good equipment basemen* ready for further deval- you. H. Bitterman »«-7557 , 

and terrific loTa^on. Asking oomanf. Wei' designed building or Capital Cily Realty Ltd. 

GEORGE HESS w o uch««J ;"»»«■* - r jg 

Wow »*F'ns SjiTlo^ivES m 

Hanley - Assoc. Ltd <sk:e at 3166164 cast6 Properties 


tM IKH SKS FOB SALE 


BEAUTY SALON 


CLOSE TO SEA 

* Fairfletd. up. and down dup'ox. 


'socle at.. 3$66 
or 364-423$. 


in a snooping am! 

-GORDON HEAD 
shoo witn excellent potential 
loads of parking. 

mediately In Sidney, suitable for —DOWNTOWN LOCATION 2000 
. I 2nd floor sq. ft. shoo fully oqyjoped. Pitas* 


-o*. r * i-.jij-g.j. « M a ,in i^r.^W^“5 INVESTOR WANTS 

WW1T IHIIWIO. 1 B,._ . .... . I O t/1 1ft C.lI'Ot El fl rtr 


—nrir - 



^as 

tefloO teen? 


LTD. 


_ 


_J 


«« Fireplace* 2 Bdrm upper suite. UP to 30 suites. Fairfield or Oak' _ ____ _ 

f |.i Tenants pay own utilities. $?3,9C0. Bay. Call BEN GREIG 3^^6164 or boo FORT §T- 

Tl *' ” MRS. 0. ZACHARY 1 S98-3105 Castl s Prop erties Ltd. 

5M ’ ,53S 592 3265 APARTMENT (FRAME , CONJ 


384-9335 


vantfwv-MVI kMMiiafia* m ihii.rT. professional, 6*2 sq. ft. 2nd floor Jd- ft. shop fully equiooed. Pieu;* . mvestmant Co im struction) 25 suites or mer* Victo- 

*i»h ♦h!> bov * Toronto Dominion Bank. »»ke note. A l possible term}_yi|i _ Boorman lnvg«ttnont Co. Ltd. r , a ^strict, fair return 

winy»aip you get located with Thai 4J4 . n4l 1 te considered. APARTMENTS ,nn «**♦ ~>v «uit«nu tor 


SPECIAL 
OF THE WEEK 


RFTAILOFPICE SPACE 
rent in doy.ntown Victoria v 
Harbour. A.C.. carpet, aieyatcr. f 
will partition »o, suit. T. Davies, 


. be considered 

—- 3*6-3231 BOB HAHN 595.1*42 

- , TO BLOCK BROS. REALTY LTD. 
qn Inner;- — -- 

I SHAMROCK MOTEL 


1000 Block 
Street. Various sizes, wll 

to suit. 


16 units all wfth kitchens, across 
from Beacon Hill Park. Yaar- 
rouhd revenue equivalent to most 


on the cash out pay. suitable for 
tax shelter. Phone 2*64193. 

24-Suite Apartment Close to Simp- - “ 
sons-j>eer*. excellent rental hisio- 2*7 
rv Presently no vacancy. Ex¬ 
cellent forms with only around 


--lent _ _ _ _ 

$65,000 down. Price only $445X00. 
_/6-Suita Aoertment, walking dis- 
-lancr *- -*— * ** * 


CALL 

388-6454 

FOR THIS AND OTHER 
QUALITY OFFERINGS 


3*5-9741 


CO>l>TERCIAI, OR 
LNDU 8 TRIAL 
FKOFKKTIRH 


WAREHOUSE 
FOR LEASE 


near 


Aporoximataly 3400 sq. 
new concrete block tulkJi 
Devonshire Rd. Heated, t_. 

Ing, 3 large overhead doors. 20 tt. 2S3 
criing, small office Included, 2 
w .'j brooms special loading bav 
fc- 45 ft frailer. Plenty of park 

Inn fenced In for security. Avail-1 ■ ■ - - 

ao't on 30 days noticj. $?.*s per 

v ft. Good loose to qualified 1$ 1 t $ t t $ It f t I I I H 
fenant*. Please call 477-6621 


M. A.C. and Mrtltionad. ” . Clavlon War„n, » 4 - 97 a*. ^ 5 . 

Oaviaa. ataill. - —- - | 

LUXURY DUPLEX 

sauaw-asBi'«? w xsra siEShrXBJz 

space. $6 per square foot $00 n#»» background. $15X00 will h*n- manSSIT” J \ 

square feet office sooce 477-1411. die. tOO'i- on your Investment first I?.?,* PV!. VIS .. * 

-—■—■ ■ • -— v( , r f»|i u, AArtII«v 11 T OOA. 1 TA 4 SUlie. LIV* *0 m* I9P O' IUXUTV 

500 5 Q. FT STORE ON B 1 JS V MO»ior , nz zea -iaea. C |, ss revenue. Net 

edmar. ava.lat>la Mav lat, PhomiALt YOU N 6 E 0 F0» A NIGHT ,lng awox.maWjt OHared 

***- 210 . club or ratlaurafll; HO cbalrs. tO 4*J',•*-«»* , «LS OlENN Nl- 

latlaa. ooa-lxlo walk la Irldqa. J CHOL U Sa«-7 6aa or jn jw. Lam 



PflOPOmtSlTD./REALTORS 


OPEN HOUSE 

GORDON HEAD 
1604 LONGACRE 
SAT. & SUN. 2-o 
4 bedroom 6 -year-old home 
Ion choice comer, treed lot. 
! Bright spacious Uving and 
dining roam, large sundeck, 
2 Vi baths, rec room, utility 
and workshop. Asking: 

$76,500 

Courtesy To All Realtors 
DON ROBBINS 
In Attendance 

384-9335 384-9072 


2 ACRES 


ESQUIMALT LEGION BUILDING p,„T'ovens stain!•$$ StMl 

- --- 400 sq. ft. office, $150 month, 1st dlhi# ZX bor j'nk two 

JSSAS W. M6-7i3B. _ „ l{ggg bom A1 % jS bP^'dKI 


tffl. 


ROCKLAND 


MORTGAGE IX)ANS 
•od INSURANCE 


system with light show. 
Other miscellaneous 
$10000 or best offer. 
S9«-$ 131 


OWN YOUR 
OWN 


■$77,500 

Beautiful loro# 3-bdrm home 
2-4-pc# baths, tv In-room with flro- 
place, lovaiy famtiy-etz# kitchen 
Wfth edloinine sundocK. Unique an- 
trance way. fuH b as amont ready 
for development Lois of parking. 
This Is priced right. Call for Im- 
| mediate viewing. 

Audrey Crothefs 

- 3*5-4645 


OPEN HOUSE ! 

1280 GARX3L , 

| Sat 2 to 4 107'AAarler Drive 

;3 bedrooms, den and Unlf Arm 

laundry in full basement.' , 

. Lots of House 


A NEW DEAL 


>w. Lights and 7 Suite Apartment Building e* \ a / a n r*i iai i c* r~ sundeck and all on a quiet LOTS Ot nouse 

items. All to< callant condition. 5 — 2 bedroom \A/AKrH( 11 Sr ,„.,,i_ t .,i Q i with Kro. Yes. This home has over 2100 sq. 

Her. 590-1601 apartments 1 One red room and Y” Ar\LnvJU JL residenUal street. With Ore- n of living sped* on 2 floor*. With 

FROM $48,000 ^7^.^ al “i. 


DOWNTOWN 
RETAIL 


1 st - 2nd - 3rd 
MORTGAGES 


I'Jbl, OKirMI, Cb m elbr ftuil IS y, AMO«T S-TI. 

Gux» traffic area. Complement 45 FUNDS IMMEDIATELY 
stores and restaurants.. Fully land AVAILABLE 

* na INTERVIEWS IN the PRIVACY 
security _Thr*« spaces open. 0F Y0UR 0VVN H0AAE 


i or.e bachelor. This solid well locat- 
• ed building has not had a days, , , xw ... 

rental loss in years. Full asking ^ ' runvB-ln garage. 

Can me ra: 2003 sq. ft. business, dial*' ClIH'°°Stretch ° 4;Vi iB**oc I t ^Jv*»ffiY^t l 5Jl J S U a*r? d anrt i 800(1 Va l ue at; 
including coffee shoo, disco and 477-09*3. £#«!?'* i 

dance floor and games o* skill. offer good exposuro, parking, ‘ 4*p» y\nn 

Good busihoas for a coiraia who • J. H. wiuttomo l Co. Ltd. JgffSJ* 1 /' $51,900 

q#t a'oxg well with the kids. Royal Oak Branch w. • nr * cf,v# fl 1 MICHAEL BL RR 

pay -T--! 384-9335^^ 59^2079 

S RESTAURANT ^Residential" 

TERM Im heart of victorias downtown .. 7., . ... c \ . * .v-. 

core verr clean pramtsoi — with Older updated building. Jubilee For further information 

, -1:. . i'u.*.*. a 1 “*- — - - 


2 fire- 


living spade 

2 bathroom: 

developed b- 

_a no laundry room, the 

.erd, fully fenced, wltk c^iar and 
fruit trees and Its own trout and 
salmon streem. Priced to tail '<■ 
the mid 60’s. For vour aopoiht- 
ment to view call today. 


NEAR THE OCEAN 
Top Fairfield location Ideal for 
retirement or a young femlly. 
Two bedrooms, attic, small 
den, In the basement, separate 
dlnlpg room with built-in cabi¬ 
net, vary sunny home, fenced 
garden. Separate oa aoe. Low, 
tow price, *5?,900. MLS. 

GRAY LAITE 656-5267 

SID HAS LAM 477-1994 

DrF. 595-2121 

BIG HOUSE. BIG LOT 

Nicely Plod on .41 aero wfth 
most of the property behind 
the house Including a separate 
girxge and workshop budding 
of 44) so. ft. 3 bedrooms, 2 
baths, in,--spotless condition 
throughout, sooa'ate den wllh 
s.ndeck off. Plrepleced recrea¬ 
tion room and much, much 
more. MLS $60 500. 

SID HASLAM 477-1«Fl 

GRAY LAITE 656-S26? 

OFF. 595-2121 

LARGE F AMILY 
Low down payments — 4 bed¬ 
rooms, largo kitchen and fat¬ 
ing area — fenced lot — over 
1200 sq. ft. finished — priced 
to sell at $45,900. MLS. 

R. W. RHODES 479.9241 

OFF. 595-2121 

TRY 2,200 DN 

Excellent starter or retirement 
— reduced to $43,900 — 2 bed¬ 
rooms — separate garage — 
lot 60x120. MLS. 

R. W. RHODES 479-9211 
O F^T 595 -2121_ 


’ McKmSt 

HIGH QUADRA 

$46,900 «« oowim si. iM-»ii 

*r»SSJS om oiAi)ii v i To«S? 0 "o.ThIC I ''T™ 0R "TTHOUT 
kitchen. fuM basement plus sepa¬ 
rata oarage. Situated on a well 
landKapod^ lot In a first C 'a*i 


Excellent value here 2 bedroom#, no-base ment with a 
rpaWcnlo sv keet J-vr-o»d full attic with stairs to It reedy for 
Extra larga flvlng room, 3 , development. Owners must sell , 1 
plus full basement el- Good lot Now kitchen cupboards 
and bathrrom. Quickly call 
W0-7SS7 Sue Wark# 595X927 

a« BRING YOUR OFFER 

652-3206 1 2 FAMILY HOME 

i ,4 W sq. ft. all view on mein fami- 

Nnt n ^uhdivi«iinn !i v ^ Ub batn. 1200 

INOT U OULTaiVIblUn sq. ft. 2-bdrm. suite on street level. 
Beautiful custom built home on Many suoerlor const, features on 
over '7 acre lot. Ttedroom. no perk. Asking $99.950. ALSO: Being 
step home, sunken uvirvgroom with Constructed in Victoria 

fireplace, lamiiyrooml New Homo $53 500 

‘ set | ALSO: Border!no Coldstream Park 

, ^ 1 New Horn* $13,500 

652-2206 B. MacDougafl 

/ .3*0-7557 3*4 1075 Por 343 

HOME PLUS SUITE I ^ BUY 

$57 900 /1 srwsju 

Good value in this t5-vr.^id 3-bed- home up fo date Inside and needs 
room home with self-contained pain ng out. But It's only 029,900 
sjft* downstairs. Main foor has Dja--and street, 
now Itvirygrocm plus a tamlly-slrad 3*0-7557 

kitchen. 3 bedrooms and 4-pce. - — 

bath Can now tor appointment to 
view. Owner anxious tor a quick 
sale. MLS. % # 

Audrey Crothers 

IM-Utt HMD 

GORDON HEAD 
CONVENIENT 
LOCATION 
$73,750 

Just move right In nothin* to do. 

Immaculate — Lovely decor In 
this 3-bedroom full basement 
home. Mstr bdrm has Its own 
4-oce bath. Finished rec. room 
12x22 approx. Bright family klfeh. 
an with sundeck adlolNog. 

Audrey Crothers 

3M-4455 3*5-4645 


Sue work# »S4>937 




BI4JL CARNEGIE 

477-72B4 (24 Hta) 652-3627 (Rea.) 

Palm Trees 
Views 
Pool 

4 Bedrooms 

^ Now Only 
$124,500 
-> Call: 

Harvey A- Simons 
477.7204 (24 Hr*.) 


aataVll'sKed clTontoi*.’A fine family cWstrirt. stores, suites and house- call: 
-C*U " - *—*■“ 


pi lase 


Ex 


388-4383 


ooeretlon. Aikjhg S50.KX). Cal) hoa keeping Exre'lenl condition 
fc datails. cellen tenancies. Rarely * , a 

At a /n• 1.1 -I ^COTT MUNRO 5«F67‘1 canev Net* »I7,000 P-A - J29f 

W. A. (Bill) Hodgson 'GLENGARRY RE ALT Y, 479713 * Olus. Aix.ng 

- 1 * I ISLANO PUB M4144 477^773 

MEDICAL OFFICES OOO 6 *iJO 3 ^ location with family type ell-' * ’ **— * *- 

•deal location noar JUBILEE Hos- . EVENINGS 3*5-452* antele Como^ly raqvjdeHed with 

p.tal 1 r- 1 «. will suit a practice not Byron Price and Associate* *_Td. 10 H o* oarklnq. 120 rarreis end 

requiring exj»iur« lo pedestrian $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ l ’ 00 c *5? 5 P* r , S r . 

tr^itic. No partners w»th «12<0C0 each. • Invest in beautiful ocean front con-' 

-«s ‘j»,oo —PROMnfs^fce - ScriSTW ssTisri. arssatf jcrasLiaa 

^TBdBTiMa. I. PROMPT approval 

, . ■ »-- Cali us tor vour mortgaqa reouire SIDNFTl m >I\F>S non can 

one rz-vriT ment?,. Allan McDonald, 595-2121 1 

07J rLrK I „ Mall. . Stan James. 


KEN MANN 

" f. L. Mfwt B Assoc iates W 

TAX SHELTER 


Development' 

Land 

$58,500 


NORTH 
OAK 
BAY 

THE FIRST TTME 'OF-1 


Finlayson- Place 
Priced to Sell 
Owner Transferred 


WILLOWS 
OPEN HOUSE 
2584 ESTEVAN 
Sot. 1:30-4:30 


Charming Tudor comprising over 
1.200 sq. ft., 2 Bedroom* and seoa 
rate dining. Landscaped lot with 
Man# access. Modern Kitchen, lead- 
if you are look In a for a homo with ed windows. Full Basement A 
4 bedrooms, sunken living room, pleasure lo show end attractively 
er,arxt# dining room, ? fireplace* priced at $66,500. 

(on the mein floor) updated kltch-, DOUG BAV ING TOM 

en and bethroom, Thon this Ihome 477-72*4 (74 hr».) $9*-J9?9 Wes.) 

fo^CaSarT L? D- F. Hanley an d Assoc. Ltd. 


tro-tatton. Bv* th* wav, th# Cedar 

Hill Golf Coon# Is luet- 

L rood. 


Attractive, bright, carpeted end 479-7161 
freshly decorated, private offices 
a*d reception a'ea in modem 
buiidlnq. Available May 1st $20? 
ner month Includlnq Janitorial Ser 
v c*i Parkin# available 3M-7923 
3*5-5534. 


WAREHOUSE 

New condominium warehouse from 
1 300 to 4.700 sq ft for lease. Good 
locat»on. Contact Tom Slemko 
HJ-JIll FARMER INVEST 
M E NTS A R EAL TY L TD. _ ‘ 

NEW OFFICE SPACE ^ 

Now loasmo superior nan office, 
'.ace In busy area suitable f» 
awyers. doctor*, dentins, act our- 
■ dots. etc. Air Londitioned, ax- 
ca llant parking. 479-7117. 

BEFORE "YOU MOVEl j 
V ew gasnna Court. 3347 Oak St., 
1 $ leased. Also starting an- 


FX>RSALE 


3960 Quadra St. 
NATIONAL TRUST 
REAL ESTATE 

Isi AND 2nd 

MORTGAGE LOANS 

SOOKE - GULF ISLANDS 
SHAWNIGAN - DUNCAN 
UP-ISLAND - MAINLAND 

We specialize In-Land and 
Land Development Mortgages 

Existing Mortgages Bought 


! Excellent dollar r#»urn on modost 
investment tor local saif-serv# 
^ sm#«« tt»*t reouirf . onlv oart- 
time attendant. 656-6115. days or 
tSi-3665. evenings. 


OCEAN VILLAGF 
Roko* Development Coro.. 
Sook*. B.C. 

642 52S4. 74 hours 


wen 


RARE OPPORTUNITY BEACON 
HILL. 10S RETURN ON $130,000 

MEAT MARKET ! ^ S i u , 0 V D l> TW iC'' T WO P |i) , iN EO D U E: 

esta-irshed downtown locafior iuXE PRIME LOCATED 17 
t SUITE ApW^EnSPr) YARDS 

- 1AV , EW most 


lea'ed D“<lJlno. $750,000 . 

H*'es. E v i*ii#nt eoMioment Asklna eorm pioy 
$49,500. Coll Roo Robson a? Nanai- - K --- K 

*- Co -i l 5SzSs S‘oB5; 


mo Rex 
a.'ino P 

4*0-e744 


V 


(Izhrir ^tpzlz 


-£>| ffipalty Ct5. 


Investors Special 
Saanich West 
I '$45,000 - 

\ OL VE BEEN The owners have instructed us to 
LOOKING FOR. LOCATED fcSLfflt ^ JTStt VSfc 
i C L O S E TO SCHOOLS. ! 


Excellent City location plus zoning, rporr. rnp c\t t* tutc 
presently used by cabinet maker * bALJb. IHJi| 

hut ideal for higher use - retail DELIGHTFUL FAMILY 
sales, service etc Contact: ., c , %T . V oc, Tt 

BRIAN MARTIN 3*6 3124 HOME MAY BE JUST 

WHAT 


RFAP1T looed this houea would also make 
xsjbsu.ii. ^ ex;e iient starter home for th# 
of buvin* 


LOT voung cejple thinking 

tbalr first home. 


FROM 10%. PAY 0*F ANYTIME 
L.west Pavmants Available 
Caii Mr. Douglas Hawkas.Collect 
364 712 * (after hour* 4,'*9S«4i 
DOUGLAS HAWKFS LTD. 


WANTED - ENERGETIC COU- ROCKLAND 
SI, lo leas, or oo«„le • fnri.li ,, ,, .T V* 7 ? W 
coo.oit.oitv store with ? bedroooi ni : ' e 

ice station ; room - Prwtlg* rental area. Asktrg 
'ly h Our only $160 000 BEN GRElG 590-,ICS , 
ling Victoria I o r C aitia Properties Ltd ?• 


•M) BLANSHARD ! 


•oertment and ... .. 

CoJid be run senar#teiy. 
can area. Apply In writing Victoria 
Press Bex 41*. 

WHOLESALE"B VKERY 


1 st and 2 nd 
MORTGAGE LOANS 


TRADE 

Equity In new 11-suite "apt. far 
newer house. In Oek Bay or Cad- 


Sjr cel lent for one or two persons. P! !? ',, *1, n f.®Z &r c ® 0 ' 

Expansion unlimited tor details R fX«f5 on# or ev *' 

ciea«e contact FRNlF DYFR hinos, 47 7 4>525. 


other building across th* *Heet. ^ ^ A _ , vr N . Lofk 3-*«-N0l 

WiJ partllien lo suit.- Phone £ ^ 1 Tjhiart tiT» ***»• 


warehouses: 

$720 000 full once 
542 Dupplin Sffaet, fully oc¬ 
cupied, good refur n on in veal- 
ment. 

$;50.000 full price 

77j Lampaon Street 

Seme vacant apace for owner- 

user 

Many others tp choose from. 

Cedric Steele 

3S0-625I 592-3*42 Res 


Glonford Road 


AND WILLOWS 
LARGE corner 
WITH SEPARATE DOU¬ 
BLE CAR GARAGE. OVER 

2.000 SQ. FT. OF FINISHED ^ - . - ^ 

area including: — 4 convenient Location 

LARGE BEDROOMS AND $54,900 _ ___ 

\ DEN FOR DADs GOOlt- Tr,s * 2-b#droom home Is lust reedy mlng pooi. Superb construction 
u * u ’ V tq move Into With 'lying room priced fo sell at S92XC0. M.L.S. 

• ith Fr-—'- -— 1 —* 1 — 1 -- - 


18 

FARMER 


2 bdrrm. up, and I In the full 
basement, fireplace, garaoe. 

MTP’u.'SS: ■"* 

No basement, 2-badroom In 
Lake Hill. F.P., oarage, wo-k- 

$!$• A,*? - cG,m,rl 
n*5 E aa. 

JAMES BAY 

Cm veniert localion only l 
tlock to Beacon Hill Park. Up 
an Down Duplgx-typ# home. 
Spacious 3 bedrooms. 2v* 
bet's. Full high b*mt. New 
MLS 31554. Asking $60,500. 

I ” A n ARK 
30^-2911 or 650-5077 

8476 MAHON PLACE 
CENTRAL SAANICH 

4-tedrm. New 
well designed. Thar mow 

windows, heavy insulated. 
t'*e Raraoe, tr&d lot In a ... 
de-sac. Occupied by the build 
#r. ML 30906. Price Is *73.700 
Call 

ERIK HANSEN 
3*6-2911 or 479-3224 

533,900.00 

l bedrm cottage with attached 
* ter age area plus separate 
oaiMfle situated back on lovely 
50x120* fenced lot. Close to all 
amenities. Celt now tor view¬ 
ing or further details. New 
MLS 3IJ*t. 

MAY HAMILTON 
3*6-2911 or 656-4697 


tteJirir $tprlr 

l^j firalty €113 


Home, 
topape 
. Dou- 

a cO% 


STARTER-RETIREMENT 
FAMILY 

This bungalow Is near Lakeh 'i* 

«» v Ml M sf NTS 4 " eXLT VI?i j 1 

*25 Bay St. ^ 3B2-J»34 ^thar with LR, DR. KIT combo. 

uNllty and lots nwi. She need* 

ROCKLAND | repainting end a grass cutting to 

• L \ . , make the already attractive ho. se 

™ m Pt*- into the imao# you see at telnq 

off BjXftMnd Ave. YOUR HOME. Easv financing *< 


,.... 74 hr. approval sublect to ap- S39 » __. 

praisal.^compafitivt^Jnterast rat# i.gEDRA^ STUCCO BUNGALOW, i 
1 2 full basemt. C7 ZONEO, Living! 


FAIRFIELD 

___ _ . , „ CHARACTER 5-PLEX 

2 OFFICES ON DOUGLAS, S MIN- j - l$t Mtge. uo 1*_75 per cent of fuTTSgMfht! ’ Cj''?ONED. Living Laroe brloht T^adroom suit# , 
ules walk from town, smartly eppra sed veto*. 2nd Mtge. uo to quarters Wus small business. V* : *<!*•' tor ifye -ln landlord, always 
finished. 1 ne* divided private B «>•/ cant For further inform*- c * n t. 6?i Admirals Rd. at Esqi" r#m*d. $9i,*00 Phon* 3MU545 

•»_i ,te " A " mv,, ss R v. l „ j, :«j;,!%'L io ;^- i 'r 91 u,t E ^ch*r*ctcon,^. 

*29 DUNEDIN (DOUGLAS AND Wilt Cotton w Kal Jacobsen ■ . V* 4 ™ t0 -ton In tovaly condition. 1*07 lei 

Burnside) 1650 SQuererteet store. Avon Mortgage Cora FURNITURE BUSINESS FOR ML. «JJF. Stadacona Pan- - 

show room, office. Sulfat'e whole Reel Estate Servke Centra sale In fast grcAtng area of Vlcto- i9? M eo k n °' o C c a. mon ?-« i C i 
sale, retail, sarvk*. 597-4161 1001 Cioverdaie Avenue rla. Stock at cost, (eperox, _.5. EAL I y LTD.|U«Jf 


flea. 

vke. 


592-4161 


Dupplin 

479-1)03 


4VJ0 SQ FT LIGHT INDUSTRI-, 
a' manutacturipg warehouse for 
lease, P'us I BOO to. ft. office 

SP fce 3I$463 1 479 5910._ 

1VJ0 SO FT 500 BLOCK JOHN 
Sci Street. 2nd floor $2.00 oer sq. 
t* e er year . 3*5-7751. 

NEW OR USED CAR LOT WITH 
C ,,; C« Sn th* University area 
311-471$. 


_NTIAL . . 

PRINCIPAL MORTGAGES LTD 


10’ 4 % 3*3 
9'4% — 
11Vy% 


fia.' Stock " at cost, " (approx, .. REALTY LTD. -uslness min 205 ft. irontaq* on a 

417.000) g<u> «5M Fo, Ij-uSkiH. , O' O tMt. __,VFC4nt «». WtM »»1«VpF,CFl 

(on WfltO Vlclorn Ann So, TMM.IX. » ■EMTU UNIT* II*. JSSTS%J^SSlSt' 


- Iwmotfon WfltO Vlcloflo Frooo Bo, triViex. ? PENTAI. UNITS UP- iSiK-Of 
Stair*. $304 Income Dll'S fully mnd I MLS 4C VS2 


Industrial 

SITE 

24,400 SQ. FT. 

-- Ooee to m# centre ot 

30S ft. Iro 
$ M-2 ac 

7B 


comoiete y ^luded from the the'retired or “youngar" Investor 
S'SJ*- 3 ‘ be<3 4r nT, to ** tr * torg* lot offers many 

K’l’ffip.tKJi; w ' Lo * 

jss!i £5 asnJsfm ° arry BEy ™™. 

Rm. and Dining Rm. Full high 652-3049 Res 

bsmt with firepltced Rec. Rm. . ___ 

and loads of room for further oev A NATL RAL SLR PRISE 
•lopment. On a nicety treed 1/3J WITH RF'VtFKliF 
acre lot with above ground swim- " llM KtVtJNUr. 

--- —— - Are you looking tor a good Invest- 

_____ - -w.j ... ..,-- —. .. ... w . ..ww— hsent at th* right price? Compare 

ROOM (with Franklin Flr*placa), 4iece. rnn -> i— ii. itt^vi quality end good value when you 

ptb r di » p t.- bathroom, modern kite nan, *un-i wOr\f\IC rTU I I l/iN see instoe this home. Would you 

r iKtrLAlt, ^ 1 , W | th views and a full 13*2-2134 or 306.3977 llk 9 • 1/340 sq. ft. three bedroom 

KITCHEN AND • atemert that is ready for th# -—- _—. horn# with natural brick fireplace 

cioidatp nrvrvr iinnu f1nal Yoy won ' t r# « rtt \A/iT5(RT1H YOIKJ andI hardwood floors? How abocf a 

SEPARATE DINING ROOM buying this hoes*. VVCWVlin T V/Ue\ sundeck. large yard with fruit 

PI I S A FL'LL RASETMFNT ^ , P|RJfECT starter or finisher, tree# and rear Ian# access that 

1 For further information on any of ATTRACTIVE stucco bungalow n comotoment the inner lev of living 

FOR STORAGE OR FLR- the above eta**# caH ,FRlMI Sears-Tolmi# arg* 3-bdrm near bus. shopping and school 

J JTDNY) FAULKNER at (one down In full baaament) Por a pleasant su 
*0^455 (ANYTIME) KlMsanf let. OFFERS WANTED 


SIZED 

wrra 

LARGE 


LIVING 


T^l ER DEVELOPMENT. A 

ASKING 586.90U. EXCLU- EXCELLENT VALUE 
SIVE WITH MLTIRAYI Three bedrooms tor only $54,900. 
LAWSON. CALL: 38M275 
AND ASK FOR PAGER property.*^ X 

2478. 


TO $90,900. M.L.S. 
IMMACULATE 


~l I>5r+ga6<2 

icGililvrav. 5i#ne*n 


Mr»TTT 1 trn 7 bedroom owner s suite. E 

mf/lUa Iceiignt condition. 

li-onlt '’Vop-ge Pr) Vetel ol„* Hv- $«8.oo0 385-034$. 
ing ouertars—reduced to $6125,000. . . 

__ R. W.* RHODES. 479-9241 ' KEY *.ORNcR - Chore# hold- 

cin: NATIONAL ‘FUST 'Mjfe,r..U t " l ‘ l ^ 


D-F.H. REAL 


'Y'.' CRAWFORD 
3S4-K75 (Pgr. 451) 
L ESTATE LTD. 


OR 

PARK PACIFIC INV$ 
383-4124 y 


) M*CG 1 -vrev 3 tro*'rv Rea ■ . . —-- xaurv iib:_ 

$ Investment Core. 3947A F'^H AND CHIP SHOP IN GOOD, DAVID SCOTT 
,d *,1.9-7 Y, tor*N*n. V*? 000 Reoly Victoria P. R BROWN t SONS 


1 Funds •.attScie 'rr.utJaitly l 
let ar<d ;ni mor’va^e* Contact: 
(lav ii i bun i'. 


Press Box J88. No trlflers please. 

FOR LEASE, BCR VICE 
tion 2 b»v* ? hoHts, ~ 
corner Phone <79-2343. 


-i LARGE. 

_ 5T4- [lotWusf 

on busy sq Tit. ©f tend. 

oe/e’ooment. T 


. OLDER HOME ON _ 
Uutf o»( 'he Go-oe Over 30 000 tion 
Tf> ot tend, 'uif* la t-rr «m*i' 

• * Dev.es 3*6-91*1. 


COMMERCIAL 

Apo'o» i< 7« -.n. ■» o» C l zoned wttti feature «rb». . . 

.'ocrrtv conveniently located. Pr»- extra' )#roe rec room .. 

anlly o-rcreted •* a service sta- ’arg# laundry area rouoied-in 4th 
5121,099 Barrv Tharmydcraft bdrm, extra leroe sundeck, $64,900. 
•' ItlanJ Hornes Lid. Aooolntment only <70XOr 
agents. 


IMMACULATE 

Bv owner Glen Lake, Sun Mt*. 15 
mins to town. 12B0 so. ft., up end OAK 
down, let 134 bv 120. 1 bdrms. ige 
ktlcn. dng rm. sunken lyg rm 

- - - - 

with 


Immediate Possession 
Two bedrooms, full besement, J*gh 
location room for expansion, 
C.MH.C, mortgage, priced at. 
$-•9,000. MLS. view these homes 
wilh ART BEDFORD, call JW-2407 
or 59'‘•2090. 

WHYTE A GOWER 


OPEN H(JuS 
h Monarch PI* 
i. 2-4 3 bed r i 


. . ____you l 

fhe leoal $ultt In th« base 
ment | Good revenue and excellent 
tenant make this lnv#$tmen‘ * nal 
3 bdrm. 2 bath, yf*l $urprl$*. Asking $65 900. See 

- EXCEPTIONAL I •» with 

PI Ofiy Vis. WO GARRY BENT! I AM 

^'c^.V^^In," 10 , ^ J500 DOWN 

DIFFERENT IN AHQP IWJW itanu S^SoT’ °° M "* 
,5 bedrooms, near McKenzie and 
J otans to choose from. Maeenry ffiXA nic * » W34WO 

fireeiacts. on suites, fenced yards — —-\_- 

1" t r S3* Cotwood area. 12 $4§ soo (FIRM) 

to 1400 *o_ ft. living area. Has to Attractive new j-bedroom full 
eon fo «>• appreciated. $1250 basement home m sooke \ 

. aporox. $205 per month. Call bathrooms, heatilator fireplace 
MacKey Builde rs Lt d . 479-*462. Eurooean design cabinets, lame 

SE •V_OWHfk,jtpr._BY Ow4e« . * SStoPt a.®? " *** 


reed 

BAY PROPERTIES I * J $2p ' 


LTD. 


irtgagi 

oH'Haror - Dillv Modern 3-btdroom home large se- down - * 

... j .OT.-oorm 2 bathrooms I eluded lot. Fireptoce. dei"xa car- . REDUCED TO $ 4 ? soo 
No r duiuj room, family room, o*t. flnist*#d'4»a*ern*nt pith i bad- Gorge area home Low DP ? 

acre treed tot. view. Ciftrs. iroom $ult». $67,500: 306-l(i$i. ‘rooms up, 1 # In basmenf M 




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DAILY COLONIST, Victoria. RC., Ttmrs.. March 16. 1978 


2341 liOLHt S fcOR HALE 

250 IIOI SES FOK SALE 

250 HOLHFJ4 FOR SALK 

! MANN 

BLOCK 


T L HW 4 AttOCUTU II*. 

$54,900 

I^JBROS. 

OxolmMlju. 


[MB HOI SEA FOR SALE 


IV* BATHS . 

IS minute dus Mr vie* Close to 
Royal Oak shopping centre and a 
throw ■ £j" ' * 
riounds. 


SELL THROUGH 
T.V. VIDEO 


store's 
school «i 


^Royei^Oak* grades Sidnoy — a plai 


sing 2 bdrm 


.1 yrounas. more u«s gxou»» —— 

AiLrJr »BWru«ll!3!M •» « ceUmt o'** 1 *' 10 "- 

games room on 2nd lloor. Drive-In able 
o«r«ec. workshop and some beam 


carport, finished rac. j 


COUNTRY 
LIFE 

14 67 ACRES 


FOR SALE 



8-5144 


OAK BAY CHARMER 

I lr so ad windows and oak floor and 
;lsi Immacuiata thru-out. Large 
mi-rad *k 1S0 lot. Separate garage 
ONH Y ^ 1 dQ Son ! n * a rw> * w *" decorated lns.de 
in -v wrvihlno L/IVL I 4> I *7 ,J\JV and out, 2 tearooms Large d.n.rvg 

__ __ Close to •veryiniJlg. 4 bedrooms. 3 bathrooms and 2 room, living room with FP Full 

and had a new addition aa w*ii., Offers on Sj 2.500. firaplacasl Present owrers ara casern#m Close to tha village and 

Master badroom has prlvata alpine _. , torcad to sail this lovely U month 1 an amantlles 

sundeck Ted PWlCpB ^ otd 2-level bungalow. Tudor motM. Call HAZEL CAMPBELL 592-063? 

A LOT OP HOME. (KtCVAl 636-5^37 ‘- iv *‘v PASTORAL views. naar to or CONNIE REYNOLDS 477-8914 

-- WO-ojm ojoswoi #n< j aDou , ft minutes or 3A4-S0C1. 

„ __ __. to City. Full 2 It volt with 1300 so 

Sidney - rattramant or parlor - -t. <*, main. Large living room tea FAIRIELD TUDOR 

This Is the BEST BUY at $52,900. RgrV^°* T ** ?!* PWHtoa^^SSS-SW ,0 v,#w ‘* K “ t> ^ ,roorn l * Sith^Jm'-ins*endspecious^tfinfnS 

CITY Location, 3 bedrms up Tad PNHIos 656-5337 afHj wMh , pc ansu.tr Z,"] iilM 7 Cw and a 

MODERN kitchen and SUNDECK. ,vmLr c » ivnrsi , Lowtr lava I hat UnH— ~m 1 Da ’ * rwr-pcg. .ere a 

FULL Basament, L.R. with BRiCKI NORTH SAAMCJi plus I extra rouohad 

F P %nd GARAGE. Call and Da I Nestled among tha trees on this U» 3 oca bathroom wilt ... 
tha ludoel 'acre lot. a home you will oe proud.room hat 2nd Interesting fireplace. 

EILEEN MARTIN_io own full Osmnt but with ground Could be a large in law suite. r. AI lv>i-r 

590-5144 477-7C50 ; SV ai entrance. Qouiliy tiwu-ou* ML305JI. Good grating land. 2 Sl '* °A4 -tDCK 

3 bdrms dan could be larm buildings. Good holding prop- (off CaUTSO Rd. * 

- suit# aiso 1-8 .and.. 1-1.trtv. Could ba your opportunity! JUST m & Terrific starter 

• home — 2 or 3 bedrooms spacious I 
famiiyu kitchen — good value nere 


THERE 
) CONTI 


r laval hda flnkre? Jh m-m 1 5 00m - ? t ’* W ‘ s 1 four pee. and a 

; .is NrsJn.'s 


FAIRFIELD 

BEAUTY 

Seoviews 


pee. Lange living room with fire* Please call: 


‘place, temily room, dining room 
2nd fireplace In t»mnt. A special; 
nomp tor special oeo«*€. S129.9CC. 
6S6-SSS4 Ban Richardson *564658 

SAVE SM 

,his , This could De the last chance for 
‘ H.O.P housing. Buy now arvi 


CLIFF ANDERSON 
314 W24 or 477-3904 (Res.) 


QUADRA 
GEM 


2.600 sq. ft. of ciaganca and take advantage of the verious gre ’YY*' 

charm. Entertain In tha spacious.nti and subsidies on the govern -) DR RMMfLAI HW $bd.900 
L.R. and dining area, curl up Injntenl purchase assistance p*en Z-DK. DUINOALvW , 


tne»se fi <. couple. For 
appts to view call 
HAZEL CAMPBELL 1*2-0632 
CONNIE REYNOLDS 477-HU or 1 
314-4001. 

SOUTH OAK BAY " 


r - - ,• Mtl. _ 

- . J dining area, curl up In menl purchase assistance wan — ww -w <«-u -- , .cheracfer home 

Eraec; only $ 49 , 500 .. 

AsAlnoTtl.tOO. v> S Can Now! si 3 » oown payment. Buy how and situated on this quiet no-thr« hM '’ ** ”'*■ *** ‘ 0catt °°- 

.o. YELLOWLEES^ enjoy the quality living with a street rear cedar Hill Golf Course., t-^i my* A i t UK 

390-5164 363-7263 reduced |nstallm*nr Tfds well kept low level home tea- USVfUI.MALI >M>.9U0 

; 306-3231 Riclt S«. Dennis 477-7574 twgt carpeted living room with 2 BRM no step starler or retire- 

..nnnNmnvrhvwkin 1 Acorn tirepiace. L shaped dln.nq men* home with saaview. LR has 

NORTHRIDGL $62,900 rm, plus a Creakiest area in kttch- FP and DR u separate. Only 20 

Value can ba lows M this 3 bdrm. •" duality fitted fridge and stove yr* old and in Immacytaie cond- 

?Uri,.io.ilv I 0 < m.lchi™. HW4W •" 21 .vtK; tm*< ct In. .oo.e 

Livirm rm flrrelece dining room extra large near neto utllltv rm. properties can 

i large? sundeck oH' k.khpn, 4»h Master badrm with Mr. and Mrs. j UZ^GIU-IES 304 ttOl or Res. 

bdrm and famUv rm. down. Offers closets. .Modern 4-oce bathroom SM-7170. 

-•-anteo with vanity Good produced fruit 

You will be charmed when you see U6-3231' Bob Hahn 395-1642 trees. Excellent oarden soil. 12V1I' (3.000 REDUCTION 
this '-nique 3-cedrm home locgleo i .raised garden patio. MLS 305J7 t-vmiYnn- 

'» blk from Dalles Road in James, OAK RAY w# " landscaped Includes a large UiN LAJ'AJUllVL 

Bsy. Living room with bay win- __ steel workshop-storage bldg. For ACE RAGE 

dow. diningroom, modt-n kitchen 3 BDRMS $66,900 your personal inspection pleats c . . c .' 

.y"„ror» this home FXC eulent valoe wii- m., «ii: t «*> V- 1 ™ 

MUST ,^AfiucvBi S- living room, dining room, kitchen 

caa «, J .? ANNE YBLLOWLE ®0 «xs'4 pee. batn, ’4 bsmt,, dbie qarage 
*—-* 144 _!5Z*“’0nd a lovely lot 


ANTIQUE 
COLLECTORS! 

Call Now! 


/5 


2a 


6-3132 


Bob0tehn 


995-1642 


Montreal 
Trust © 

''DESIGNED FOR 
ENTERTAINMENT 


NEAR CQLWOOD 
LAKH ESTATES 

'Quality built by builder tor himsalt 
I with 3 bdrms. 3-4 pea. baths, irge. 
living room, dining rm.. white 
stone fireplace, dutch oven style In 
tinished rec with wet oar. wired 
| to*- stereo. P'ush carpets, vaulted 
1 callings, valances thru-out plus 
qames rm. Sundeck and fenced, 
lardscapad yard on a cul-de-sac. 
SS7.930. 

, 386-3231 Bob Hahn 995-1642 ; 

2 BDRM. DINING.RiL I 

OPEN TOURS. 

11-3, 3002 COOK ST Compare value I 
In thiy character osmnt home on a 


CP 

Charman Pacific 
Realty Ltd. 

008 Broughton Street 

OLD WORLD 
CHARM 
PLUS REVENUE 


this exceptional home Truly 
1 uni qua — spacious kitchen over -1 
looks sunken living room with off 
wnlte carpeting and white roex 
firetpace. Highlighted with natural 
brick Interior walls.. Large 
dining room has patio doors to 
, spacious sundeck. Master bedroom 
I with natural brick feature walls 
has 4 pee en-sulte. Tha -2.3 acres 
of oesturetand Is ideal for horses 
riding ring, swimming pool, or 
; tennis court Location Mat chosen 
MLS. 70577. 

DALE CHRISTENSON I 
1477*191 • * 477-7047 

| WHAT A SETTING 

i You’ll agree, when vou v.#w this 
Broedmeed beauty. Delightful 
family room off kitchen, large tor 
1 mat dining room. 3 pee. en-suite 
adjacent to speoial designed 
i master bedroom. A second level 
studio thats bright and truly in- 
... . . - For 


Seldom offered, such a delight¬ 
ful home in this beautiful 
"Government House Area." 

Relaxing entertainment in the .. . 

oak panelled celling living |ry« $4x110 
room, rompllmenied hy a se^' waits In dlnli 
arete dining room with butler'si mo room 
pantry. So,re ver. spacious vu «00 
bedrooms, with 3 full . 3 * 6 - 3*31 Bob Hahn 
bathrooms plus. For the 

‘SB".m? jstc&l Ks; 

a a>ement se" j "n ,, s «"»te CHARMER «nd l 

This exclusive ''£»*••• You will be charmed by this little 

imx All- Oaroen 2 Mrm „ a h-oe lot. Fire-, .. ... - uj - mr ,. ... . 

P n 7 seo»ra^e_ i_ots_ Call.-place and wall to wall carpeting, tor sioo.oo which could b# doubled 


_ JUST $53,500 _ ... „ ... 

Lovely panelled if VOu nke natural wood panelling! vlting. Ottered at 5134,900. 
nlre rm, fireplece jnjlv- arK j beamed ceilings, then you private veiwino contact 
and irge master bdrm must see this older and most at- LES ADAIR-WILLIAMS 

.... tractive home In gulet cul de sec 477-0191 m 3B3-9950 

9M-1«42. off Ejp Road Over 1300 sq. ft. on HUNTLEY WRIGHT 

main floor. It features format din. 477-0191 477-0897 

room 15x14, 12x16 llv. room, spa 
cioue 13x16 kitchen. 3 badrooms DRIVE BY 
4 pc vanity bath. Luxu- 1 


rloy. w-i, wid Throgihou,. i5L^!5 r t 2fi5iS‘ iSTtS'lnL? 


3*6-611 r E. W P0OKO5CH 477-Tie- Atojn - ^ ^ 

386-2111 ROY KAISER 477-6013 3^-3231 Ethel Harvey 479 4233 vatlon' 

"UNDER $60,000" l Sfe, 

bungalow, 3 B.R 


WHICH ce-uiu ov UWE'IU 

with’ted. arant available for reno- 


ESQUIMALT 


1 on,, 1 , iM'.h, VIVA 

to Sears, Camosun College end wh t . . 

Unlvwttlv. w.rv e'e-n 


S’mtvs 1 ss |!W1 

J r ” Vin^NK Q ir Weh 3 ke 2 t garS?. TrrZ* 

a rec. room, t-encea cacx qar ... M «*, <yy) 

den. fruit trees, lots ot naved iaA .3231 Ethel Harvev 479-4233 
parklnq. View this soon, then 

t7v your down o-«ment. f-II I 4be-64/3 Pager sai 

180-2111 E. W. PROKOSCH 477 2194 
386-2111 ROY KAISER 477-6813 

Great family home, gracious en- 
I Hance with fireplace, den with 
tirepiace. glass doors leading from 
Home with Income. Luxurl- hell to living rm and grand sized 
ous main floor owner's s»*0: dining room. Updated kitchen. 4 
Completely renovated - fire- pee. bath large laundry on main 
place beamed celling, all new upstairs 3 spacious 


_ Lo*s ot 

t! new wiring Lot si/e P'»ce. Basement has family room 
77 taxes 260% net. This 8 *nff J -?^ l ^. t> f Y or l *,n 

nterior Is a must see and will sail ’^ MLS^fijOO 

ouickly at above price. M.L.S. ’hunT^f y WRiGMT 500 

477-0897 


OAK BAY TUDOR 


FAIRFIELD 



Of rat. 479-3234 <77-0191 

^ Wl ., REDUCED ANOTHER 

TOWN $2,000 
AND NOW 0NLY SIMP 0 

VendorVnusl sen as moving end of 

COUNTRY ' 

REALTY 


real bargain on this 
spacious 2 bedroom home In Gl«n- 
: ford area. Separate dining room | 
Large kitchen, 3rd bedroom In 
basement. Plus larae garage -- 
382-727* workshoo — 85'xl08’ freed lol 
. Convenient location MLS 3057A 
GALE CHRISTENSON 

bdrms "witti EXECUTIVE 4-BEDROCW* QUAi- /77 ' 0,,, 


3579 DOUGLAS ST. 


NEAR GOLF 


ki»Vren”and bathrcx>m Sundeck 1 Mthroom.' Bring your offers on 1 iTY' m MOMS. 'JWMHR 
ous spacious self-contained £3.900, * • _Wi T .H Flf E PLACEGAMES 


I A SEPA- 


FIRE kL«v.c, —- -—- 

OR 5TH BEDROOM AND 1 
iRATE SUITE IDEAL FOR 


pus spacious —--vniKi-visi - 

suite up Plus ln-iaw suite 386-3^31 ^ - 

down. Own bathrooms and see 388-6275 pager 461 ITL r*^'"Ti 4 ic'rni wnhn HOME 

SJ°" p * rK,nQ I GVb ST HOUSE’ !? 0 *^oI Ihe^et^ 0 . Tu"! 
3»6-?Vn ,W0 ART PEAKE* m-™ Thh P^.U^ OP IW ; N ND V I C E T°"it - T **Y, ..Kl.L 

berton Road doesn't look too axe it- n L E N M A N 
IIP from fna outside, but vou ( 92.9771 
1 should see the Interior! Exquisite y,,u 
dark wcod beams and panelling.! rnmviv virsn 

quality oak floors. 7 fireplaces. S (jUK 1X>.\ Hfc.AU 

bathrooms, several kitchens. All va- ARCHITECT DESIGNED HIGH 
cant, owner occupied to leave vou LOCATION GOOD SIZED LOT 
free to proceed with your own 100x179 NEAR SCHOOLS AND 
plans, whether it be boarding home, RECRE ATION_ CENTRE. _5 BED- 



SHOW YOU. A. | 
312-7276. RES. 1 


nothing down 


with 2 or 3 large bedrooms, fire- 

r,* .SVT 1 - 


larding h 

_ .. - _ — - you? EX _ 

LOT beside and behind making a LOTS 
valuable holdlnq property. CALL 

- -- g-19611 S79,9« 


jning. OBiy 542.900 MLS. 386-3231 Mara Price 677- 
ford — Modern Vbedroom 308-6275 pager 461 


base • f t noma with '• -e 

and oarage. Asking $46 500 MLS. VLA LOT 

MT. DOUGLAS larc;e family home 

A uniquely planned area of lovely * Bedroom home — large dining 
homes only 15 minutes from down- room, rec room — 2 full 1 

town Victoria. A newer home ot- . bathrooms, poasible In-law suite, 
fering 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, a large | views ot Mt. Baker and sea from 
kitchen, formal dining room, and living room and large sundeck. 
huge stove firaplace A tremen- , the 97x192 front lot provides lots 
dous basement area with anolher <* room for a garden and parking, 
fireplace, rec room, laundry area Asking 579,900. 
and room for more bedrooms com- Ron Kerfoot 
plements this fine house. Priced Bin Rempi# 
well at $91,900. MLS. Compare. Office 
GLiNN NICHOLLS 998 7689 
592-2431. 


992-9771. 


•WINERTONt 


652 2594 
658-5794 
477-1841 



(green 

&cres 


] 


HAMPTON PARK AREA I 

43.900 — 2 BR with full basement | 


REALTY WORLD* 


Just Listed 
Cute and Cosy 


redecorated throughout. —•m.. . . . ^ ___ 

to wall. Sundeck oft fcrlght and Modern 2 bedroom no tasement 
cheerful kitchen. A great starter. cottage on Mil (stream. Good fi-, 

49.900 - solid family home. 3 Br. nancmg Askmg $44,500^ 
on main, Plastered walls. niov nxxFB 47ausot ! 


NEW HOMES 


4 , .j PER CENT 


EXCLUSIVF 

RESIDENTIAL 


HENDERSON REALTY LTD. 
305-9741 (anytime) 


... B as e 

menl with extra room and drive in 
I garage Extra parking for 3 mora 
leers, frailer or boat. These two 
u-rouerties are very well priced.,- 
For more details please call. . 

477-1841 Clifton Mak 4794)788 

START HERE 
(37,500 

immaculate 070 sq. ft. Cottage.! 
Lots of character with its glassed- 1 
In sun porch, pantry. 2nd bedroom 
in attic. Excellent condition Includ¬ 
ing near-new roof and H.W. tank. , 
Separate garage. Lot — * 

Gorge area. 

658-5794 


>IRK OKKER 470-4501 
Swinerton's Realty World 


90x133. 



IN 

3 Fine location* 
GORDON HEAD 
CENTRAL SAANICH 
ROYAL OAK 
Priced from 559.900 
Ooan Dally (exceot Mon ) 1-5 p.m. 
To Vlaw At 
Your Convenience 
Please Call 


19 Cadillac A va. 


$ 49 , 900 . aar-ii *.-«. *r-.J D.F.H. Real Estate Ltd GOLFER'S DELIGHT 

TOWN 4 COUNTRY 1 OWNER TRANSFERRED _6* McKENZI E AVE ._j OFF MAPLEWOOD 

'IKiSf’SS. ^IK* OPEN HOUSE $68,900 

ksklng 549.900. .„ WYN ESTATES, the home otters a 3237 Rutledge Sal.-Sun., Mar. TH* home has 3 Br's and dan on 

*52-315/ pfofes’lonally finished family room i ig-iyfVi. Neat as a pin. 4 rooms the main. Vary mce L.R. with 

with floor to celling OLD BRICK with fireplace, new roof, fly'** i r U; • nd 5? r , p *’ 

fireplace, an ax’ra large rec room, aree, walking distance to $ shoo->'J'fh nice e.a^ and 'ar 

ideal for a pool _table._ a huge ping areas. Must be sold this «ck »ft kitchen. Appt 



OJpRSBm Rtvtrr 
& Investment Cnrporution 


B«mi« Wilkinson 477.1X1 

LARGE WORKSHOP 


. _ tnq. Kitchen 
arge patio sun- 

_ _ __ _ _ _..... Approx. 1,300 sq. 

iun&clTovor • OOUBLE "crowt ! w «"« k"»'n d . ”c,iL Ed MrM \ "■ » .T* 1 ?- roll t»5«m.nl 

ond , largo LANDSCAPED LOT. II2 S3MB37 lEyea.I. 4M-J4U 114 ™<" "d lamlh. 

A.«irvo m hrs i - i room aii on a 50x136 ft land- 

477-8838 Bern!# Wilkinson 477-1841 Je! B, GIBBONS REAJLTYLTD.^ | T**’ jjtfffl 

385-3664 to view. Castle PropartW 
. Ltd. 

Plus completely remodeled 3 BR 1 PRICED 5139.000 — — 

home with reverse floor plen. This 8610 EAST SAANICH ROAD I two BEDROOMS DINING 
Langford property is Ideal for LOOKING FOR A HOME WITH r Lm, oallev kitchen and there 

home hobrtT shoo which is heated ELEGANCE ON 1 FULL ACRE? ohS' bathroom^ 6‘ reJmant^ and 

and insulated. The home has been Spemsh-stvie arches, 4 bedrooms, 

I completalv ramodnled Inside and 3 dams, —- - - *’" c no,,,< " '“* c ' '* ro * 

out. Can’t 
Pfjc#.o» 


•» * 4king 200’ from ocean With partial 

'8Sb PAOl 47M«7,H.gt conn.r, »Wn, | fen^ml« 

tan tot appoim <rlemJly n# , 9hb0ufs arvJ 

- location are worth the asking price 

of *37.900 House must be seen to 
appreciated. 382 4010 after 5 


Tie On a Tunic! 

Printed Pattern 


1 - 

■tf.iilii.'iaig 





:UO IIOLSEA FOR SALE !.» MOUSES FOR SALE XM HOI SES FOR SALE 



Ridley Bros. 

Development Co. Ltd. 

3108 Metchosin Rd. 

Member Victoria H.A.D.C. 

C0LW00D 
11250 DN. 
$205 PER MO. 

We now have 3 A.H.O.P. strata 
title duplexes ready for sale. Fea¬ 
tures include soeclous 2 storey 
models, 2 baths, living room with 
F.P. low taxes and 5 - yr. builders 
warranty. Located close to schools 
and other amenities. This Is 
a beet buy at $45,000 For further 
Info, please call 478-1721 or 364-8075 
pager 519. 


,- in.-v, iimun o-nj j Lm.iug, dim mi iw"" 

placed at asking make this home not only 
I price of *54.000. MLS. but comfortable, if*——* 1 

GORGE AREA ^ *° B PAUL 

Excellent-veiu* - over 1000 sq ft. MOUNT TOLMIE ABEA moot. 636-33 47._ 

2 H”"** i4 l « g r^iy Wel1 f»*»KftW< 3 bedroom no W> FAIRFIELD 

t^^SSs'JCS'Jsf^ s* 

d-»«! c iLd n . r, s^,,.5rs:ffi arwr’ sss »v <>*"«. >, bedroom.. 

*43.900 Including indqe, stove end s, onnv ye iiow kitchen. Manicured bright kitchen with sundeck, full-46*H-waii and redecoratad through- 
wasner. Call now! private yard, tots of space lor basement, includes drapes fridge i ou t- L * f £* rooms, part basement 

GL 0 E T N G?** N r 0 *EALTY SW» «*J* ^ J»«■ W **Kk . D* » Jg ttJSS?&ZZ 

-—oak bay -««P» 3ass, , "! 

BY OWNER I. BY OWNER (TRANSFERRED) GORGE $42,900 


• year old, near Amount Douglas Nice two-bedroom home with WW 
4-cedroom or 7. playroom ®*f}' .0*;; Park. 3-bedroom on main, with an- ,n nice living room. Large kitchen 
fice. through hall, in line Jlvin* suite In master, Wall-to-wall car- and big lot with fruit trees. Full 
and dining room. Full high dry Mt throughout. Fireplace In living 
warm tasement. good deveioomeni room targe sundeck off dining 


potential, we walk fo Viiieog. 
fca*ch. rec r eatlon centra, library. 

famliv a.commodation for offers 

°° “ft. HOUSE SAT. 1-S 
2020 Chaucer St 992-0080 to view 

WINDSOR PAR-K 
Famous McCfbre design home 
near tha park In south Oak Bay. 
Many excitina features. SI19.000. 
To vlaw call BRIAN HIGGINS - 
658-840? or PACE PROPERTIES 
LTD. — 595-2413. _ 


c Bayshoi€* 

realty ted. 


room forms a double carport. 
Fourth carpeted bedroom and 
3-piact bathroom in basement. 
Roughed-in fireplace and framed 
for three future rooms. Offers on 
asking price of $73,500. View eve- 
ninqs or weekends by calling 
477-9747. 


$2,000 DOWN 

and big lol with fruit trees. Full SXS DUPLEX 

basement, hot water heat. Call 3 bedrooms each side, walking di*- 
S3LE KNUDSKOV 479-2764 or tenet to town, rents for $700 per 
386 6164. Cattle Properties Ltd. mo. $58,000 . 386-9587. 11 a.m.-l p.m. 


BY OWNER 

3084 Albina 51. Completely remo¬ 
deled Inside as a naw home. 2 bed 
rooms, modern kitchen and 
bathroom, large sundeck at rear, 
plus full basement. Corner lot. Al¬ 
bina and Meddock Ave. 383-9493 


Have You $5,000. 

T-! ., . MV. ' .Y_. CXJRDOVA BAY SEAVIEWS 

That s All You Need in-law suite 

our purchase plan allow* you to 1 , r ^_ , 

move In to your’ own home in Cen *^, l ^/ wyTV 7 

trai Seanicn 3 bedrooms, fire baKonies^ ooutxe garage, 

place. Mn^acdMd. ' --* 



M Ferf tt. 385-7721 

124 HR. MRVKI) 

S OAK BAY 
OPEN HOUSE 
SAT. 2-4 P.M. 

2170 LAFAYETTE 

This immaculate 2 BR character 
home is situated one block from 
the ocean and ’7 block to park.' » 

New kitchen bathroom and re- 
finlihed oak foors. Frenchad win 
dows and leased glass doors VIEWS, 
throughout. Roman wick FP in delightful 3- 
LR. Blfl brfght DR. Fu« un- giv 
developed basament with 0 nve-‘n vi /,500 .0 S 
• >.ara?e Easy car* private lot. _ Cflff S. 

New exclusive listing. See you on i;s-)6«7 Sec 
, Salurdey Priced »o 4CH at $‘6 900. wltb - 

38S-772J Kent AAacLeod 595-4273 p h . , — _ - 

south of Min Bay off Island High- !* r *? •» W1-W0. A must to view 

__ -fik tul Bab AhnoiA (OO. , 


3647 SHELBOURNE 


OPBN SATURDAY 
' I -4 P.M. 


OPEN HOUSE (,) hwdyma^ 

THURS. FRI. SAT. ’3 BR'S Lr' with FP. Separata 

1:30-4:00 


. JM a n/» taraga. easy cart l 

VIEWS. Near tha sea ! I:JU-4:UU 

"“'3»K 913 SHEARWATER (2) RENT'WITH 

,X£i, c £22a! r .r?K& sv'??./^srr4Tw- -• ™ 


CHARM 
CHARACTER 
DREAM GARDEN 


OPEN HOUSE 
SUN. 2-4 

1071 West Burnside 


386-8-ut Bop Johnson 592-3573 

OPEN SAT. SUN. 
1:30-4 P.M. 

911 Craigflower 

kept stucco home. 3 bdrms 1 


bsmt. double concrete garage. 

(3) TOWNHOUSE 
$47,500 

? BR’S. 2 baths, rock FP seear 
DR. rac room with built In b 
I Will look at offers. 


/-oeoroonv xvii cvwxnvm unwr yy«u nv siuccu nwxxtv. j uu""J . . i^» » / ^ //\ e\r\r\ 

home Features >»Kh as beamed m the west pert of Seenich wtth * p ^!' or "* or *' ^ (4) NEW $69,000 
ceilings. FP new kltchan and views ot Portage in'et, a deep 200 W'"*. Good sl/e living rm. with ' ' ' 

«!• I "55? *“2S~ f*»z. l r ?°'*‘L *"“.**" “"S: LSL "SZ’JST JZ! f* 


irag#. Your own de- finished including 
11 that it needs. Offers room. 


_fUHy 

large family 


Slv* - 556.900. 

DIANE FULLMER 

3*4-8075 Pager 407 1 


385-7721 


2 BEDRM. 


MUST BE 
SOLD 


PICTURESQUE 


vafe sundeck are only a few o' the home Extra ige. kltcne nwtfh pic- drive 

reasons this home must be seen, ture windows. Undeveloped base- c or at i no ij all ----- . -- - - 

Call me for appointment to view m#nt Exclusive -faiirtesy to Real on $55,900. Call anytime MLS No. iwpneMATiON OR 

- wll M *1M vou Ok). €«clu- IOM SU.tOO ’X.5 XO« -MORE INFOOMATION O* 

* 1 “ D^vSltSui Siwi DSANSW-Tli* 

$54,900 

Soofieaslv clean, 9 yr*. old tn!| 2 1 - 

bdrm. full basament noma is a ! Tnis has everything- trees, rock, 

MUST to see. Klichen is a homo '-hruts, flowers, garden 3 plus 1 

makers tov brfiM and- spotless 1 tdrm. ,l<* tafhs. jlvlno-dlnlng rm , _f <3 Cf)A 

worry-fraa dining area Is adlacent fireplace Kit with eating area. 

_ _ ... . to kltchan bedrms ar# extra ^_Tesftful dacor 4 Now only Great starter, Just about gvqrv- 

tha Gorge. Completely large, family fun is waiting In $! 9 f» Move right In. 8M.S. thing you want. Two BR s, tu 1 
redecorated wtth naw quality car- unique rac. rm. This ore can be 366 844 1, Ruth ..uwaitfs, 477-5306. osmt, laundry room, soar# room 

oats, and remodelled kltchan and yours tor only 554.900. MLS. "View 
bdBxroom 6> d«Jlgltt a to show. Make todP^ with DOUG RELF 470-1667 


(1) NEW LISTING 
101 HAMPTON 


night 

an offer on $49,500. MLS 30191. 
305-7721 BUI W«l»s * 590-0443 


BEDROOMS 
$44,900 




Tunic ot apron smoch-thts 
loose and easy top cen be worn 
both ways' Whip it up ir denim 


A Good Selection j 

• Victoria. 2 bad., bemnt.. clean 

$46,900 

.» ww Oulgf 2 bad., fcsmnt., 2 baths 

This large home in the Sears area _ . . . $54,900 

features comfortable LR with slate Colwood. split level, reduced 
FP and huge family kitchen j ^ 558.500, 

(15x12). totally remodelled, com- I bed apart., swim and tennis 
piele with kitchen carpet. Full ^ 3 '5° 

basement. Loads ot off-street park- 1 bed. luxury. 21st floor 1 j 6.900 
ng. Full attic ready for devtioo-, Sook#. 3 bed, 7 tath. 2 FP rear 
ment. Call me for a viewing ot naw $46,900. Commercial. Geraae. 
this new listing. Solid Investment, 5140 000 Offers 

385-7771 KENT MACLEOD 595-4273 and trades invited on these easily 
acquired properties. Graham 
Darby. 479-1667. 65^5426. 


1811 SQ. FT. 
SPLIT LEVEL 


STOP 


0 

Victoria 
Realty 

1JO » 

^ 386-3585 j 

; $500 DOWN!!! i 


in oamt M trult trees, patio and in 
vary good condition. 

(2) NEW LISTING 
—$61,900 

Great location 3 BR'S up 1 doia-n. 
two baths, good construction. 
Walking distance fo b*0Cht$. 
store and schrols. 

(3) TRADES 
ACCEPTED 

7915 E. SAANICH 

Do vou like larot rooms? Wall 
hear is the home for you. 4 BR'v 
oaths, family room ediecent to 
...tettan. Near new rac centre. 
Priced 79,500. 


5 monthly payments of $500 / A \ p\_ 

rd down payment and legal (4) L/O T OU rMeea 


1 # , ', , ■ .... 1 -/■ b- • ■ uu x ll. .Unless you have seen tms one. you towi 

poplm V Striped broadcloth I0f Tnis quality 3 yr., 0 >d split lever have missed the best It may be' f**^ while you occupy your 1 - 

‘ iSfcday activities Easy' *' as flu* IMv n'rlf’en all over It. o»der but It’S toettar* 3 LARGE BRAND NEW town ho me with NO bDOCe 

P..nt*H p.H... 0373 ||. nM From the Wh.t* rock Olanter In th* pedrooms. den and lovely living MORTGAGE PAYMENTS! Than /-ADOirVI A 

Printed Pattern 93/3 M'Sses fover to the 6 decorator Mas in room are delightful. New double *325 oer month, principal and in 1 HJ 1 8 GABKlQLA 

Sues S4S-10): M( 12- 14); 1(16- ,r,# hen._Larg^ k*-.. w . i, h F.P,, garage and much parking are suit- t*rest, for the next year if Quail . . . ^ ,«w- 


- - W L.R, with F.P . garao# and much parking are suit- t« r *jt, for the next year if quaii 

lfit ywtmm tJk»« 7 Mfrf.lL t QfL U’ ch .r 'll" 0^9 *or**hop or home hob- » i#dl choice of 7 or 3 bedrms. I'. 

18) Bledium Ufkes Z yards 4b tuitt-ln d'Shwasnar. J1 (I. r RC; tjylst. Exiartor Is Stone and stucco, tains. lakEVI=WS. bus. stores 
inch latooc (gRff ?*kSmSSLJ?’JS et . t* Brlo ° vow otfet- *o sss.foo. MLS. dose,/T own & country area. 

' mesrt m <i.n th Doug Rtif 479-57*1 386-35B. anytima.- jack Lidstone 

>477-9262. Jack Ktnnish, 479-3061. u,,lia 


uor. j 

1 den. 16 
f double 
in. from 


_n pit 

BDR. 3 bathrooms and a 

$.5° to «c» ^ n , _ 

Cheque o» money Ofdef AOd ?5# , own > r icad right at $65,900. Cali 

»*■«» 

and hanoimo Send lo: Da>if 
Colonist Paiiem Depi . 60 

PtogfekS Ate Scarborough. On- f802 BELMONT 
tano. M1P4P7 Print plainly pat- istadacona park) 

Luxurious Sulfa, beamed ceilings 


look what 

WE FOUND! 


REDUCED TO 


Th* lows, priced »nd Mst loc*1*d $49,500 

townrouse in Passmore Place! For Perfect retirement or starter, lust 
$45,900 you can buv 3 bedrooms, oft Quadra, dose to bus. shops and 
l'y bathrooms, .full basament, de school O Blk). £omfortetie 2 
latn numhar voix name addxeci Luxurious Sutta, rearneq camnqs Hghtful kitchen, dining area and cedrm. new ^•P 1 *** ' '7‘ 

lern numoe». your name addfesv p , , f0or n^-, Su itws. In this loveiv hours of leisure time (no malnte- ng rm full Msemeni. extra park- 

LOOK RICH. YOUNG SMART well maintained Character conver- nance). This Is an and unit and inqj MLS. Can iNQW to view. Dave 

h..rf<»ti new «nft »»on with tall white pillars ana an has treed outlook, how much? Roberts. 306-3585. 477-1317. 

budget' hew new son Mk trrf MuJt *>,<, $78,500. Bring an otter to *45.900. Easy to 

- Cliff Salmond 477-3626 tw MLS/ 

479-1667 Doug R#lf 478-57*1 


on * 

dresses, tops, skirts, pants Si772 1 
-all m NEW SPRINGSUM 
MFR PAnERN CATALOG free 
pattern coupon. Send 75< 

107 InsUnt Sewing Book (1.00 
106 IwUnt Fashion Book $1 00 


HAS It 

Well built, three BR home 1 
“i*. full high bsmt now being- 
zed as workshop. 

(5) NEW LISTING 
10303 POLLARD 

CUL-DE-SAC - 156 500 1 BR » 

immaculate home. Large lot. Full 

a h bunt, fireplece In LR. 

LL 477-014) DOLORES MILES 
653-2736 or ERNEST WILLDEN 
383-0640 for the 5 ads 

THE PERMANENT 


105-lnttint Crochet I 
126 Thntty FTowor I 


k SI 00 


FAIRFIELD 
NEAR DALLAS 
VACANT 


FER'N'WOOD 


One bedroom 'cozy home 'on^ 4 good HOME PLUS SUITE 


ICxiiYs- iol. ideal for a bachelor _ p. v . OVUMT 
or starters. Loxk^rict. low down LGW DN. rYMN I . 


.overprice, 
payments, 
Jv lodatlon 


low taxes. 


i *^ v.n Th* beauty of having • complete'v 
, L *S,i" n seit-conleined suite downstairs m 
this very well amintalned 27 year 
old siutco bungalow is that >» 
could cost you under $300 per 

-- ---,, (jp. 


nearly Dvk. ??6-3585- Res 479-6264 MLS 

is young and-- 

improving on tha old. you wiH find 


• IX Offer* Invited on this v.bite stucco vai?^w' 3 bdrm retomt 1/ _; 

* 2 hardW^tloors ^me that has some absolutely KQSQDI llOrnGS 

Vm c AUcino™ ,loorv ceautftui renovations already door ~ 

3&)ht*cW 5 sit5«ONO AX7-36H' » 

/.arm. friendly and woodsy. Priced 
I in the fortv’s. 

Lillian Hendv 479-1667 ( 24 hrs ) 


Gordon Head 


Bazaar Goodies 



WINTER DRABS 

I Wilt fade away in this bright clean 
• 2 Br bungalow New stucco, gut- • - 
iers. Interior olaster. carnets, fern-; 
ih kitchen and bathroom. Unique! 
nrlck FP and stained glass window 
ir LR. Lot averages at 50x150 
Close to shopolnq and bus. Priced 
to sell at $-tJ 900. MLS 
385-7721 KENT MatLEOD 595-4273 


PANORAMIC CITY i 
VIEWS 


Roval Oak Branch 



month to purchase this home, 
stairs features a large country 
.style kitchen with sundeck off. 3 
good sued tedrooms, and living 
room wHh firaplace. MLS. For 
. more details, cell CHRIS GREIG 
•PR 3864164 or 478-5953 

$39,900 

3 Bedroom *uM basement Home. 
• vingroom with nraptece, all utlli- 
" - ' “lL.T Cell CHRifc 


ng room and dining 
•alien is highlighted tv a unique 
• birch FP. Big, bright and deen 
can only describe the huge family 
kitchen. Thra* different types of 
.acpie trees in the secluded oack- 
ivard. New water tank, bathroom 
and BDR carpets last year. Locat- 
'td on a quiet dead-end street con- 
.venient to town. Price to sail at o*iow 


Canada Trust 


OPEN* THURS , 
FRI. 3-1 
1170 PALMER 


Teakv.ood Place—off Fleet 
McKenzie Ave. . 

Dawnview—off E del tow and Gor 
don Head R 

Orion PI.—off Dawnview .... 

ties 'updated. M.L.S. Cell 

Financing ! 'm"5rF'ufoiYl 

We are now able to obtain financ CcjUKCjt >4D,yUU 
• nq for Purchasers with approved two bedroom fuH besemant home 
credit ratings. Down Payments as utuated on a quiet street. The 
■ow as $900.00 and vendor will ar- ■ a «tlc cbuld easily ba used, the 
range a mortgage tor th# balance b^ement's high and dry and eU 
, tre utilities have been updated 

Rlrln EXCLUSIVE. Call OfRIS GREIG 

U.U5rom Diag. 38 * 41*4 or 478-S9S3 Castle Proper 

Tired of tookina at houses that are ties Ltd. 
not iust right for you. Let us build ODH 

a home tor you on one ot our loce 

lions or your lot Owners pertici- ?s year o»d immaculate atucce 
petion welcome. .‘bungalow, living room with Hre- 

| place. 2 oedrooms, quiet street 
Txvi/Jat cloM ,0 W.L.S. Call CHRIS 

I races GREIG 38641*4 or 478 5953 

Can't sell your present home’ 

Trade for a new ore. 


HIGH QUADRA 
$48,900 


Prime Location — 2 -bedroom cun OPEN f^ty '*« bedroom 

WW11 . rt 1V , , w .. ox low — Sunken living room - *-*9 Dasemenf bom* feat,/ring a 

$54,900. modern kllchen and bathroom — t _ _ \A//»^I TL.soacious living room with raised 

315-7721 KENT MacLEOD 5954273, wirad tor dryer - 1 fireplaces - lUCS., W6C1., I hUTS. rearth f reoiace. sliding glass 
_-1 basement - sundeck — ample a * boors to a sundeck, second fire- 

BOORMAN'S 


I basement — sundeck — ample ' r\ a' doors to a “sundeck,' .... _ 

! Darkir>G $48,900 _ Z-4 - Place In the den or bedroom and 

\mjwr BEN -ara* aw Jfszs. z s ^.ossjaw CMR,i 



Bit Fort 9L 
386-7S21 

2049 CaAars M. 
WB-153S 
MVORKrCB Lit. 


OPEN HOUSE 
2076 KINGS RD. 

SAT. 1:30 lo 4:30 P.M. 

1 Oak Ba/ Tudor. Home with 2 Bdr. 
on main floor and 3 Bdr. io-iaw 
suite with outside entrance Walk- 
> Inc distance *o shoooing. transoor 


ARROW ROAD* 

Lockted near K-Mart 


area near schools and shopping 
This house la the greet looking 
Tudor with the old bhick entry 
double carport, frilly landsceoed, 3 
bedrooms, master emulte — and a 
basement ready to be deveioced. 
This is a house designed the way 
families live. See It with: 

JACK GRANT 

585-5171 OFF. RES. 477-0172 

NESTLED JWOHG THE 
GARY OAKS 


view 3 Brand new homes. Buv nowl'L. ~a', *- 

and finish yourself. For inform#- RURAL BUT CLOSE 

lion call Mrs. Pat Sauiniar, Kasepl LTl ' '- LvyjL 

■ .Shi to town 


a quiet Const Co. Ltd., 538 Duppiin Rd. 


3864191 or ras. 384-2197. 



"IT^ROwn 

* 8B ’ 


T 

U JlANSHARD 


I Owner built three bedroom full 
! basement home located on a spa 
cious fabulously landscaped lot 
with fully fenced backyard. The 
home features mahoqany doors, 
etc. throughout, teak kitchen, spa¬ 
cious sundeck and much more. Of¬ 
fered at 567.900 MLS. Call CHRIS 
GREIG 306-6164 or 478-5953. 


"People Helping People" 


I am a «olid 2-bdrm home and I'm 1 038 M/OLLASTDN , 

tat ion. schools. Situated in quiet *{ t i5Jri£5SM! • nS ®* ~ r * * * # V hls 

area In neignbornood ol lovely comole’e with rockeriw bMrm slucco bungaiow. taafuring 

kept homes. S68.»0. MLS 31119. ^JIMas^sSKbt and graceful D ^. " !£"£* 

* ,s °- lAWAXf oaks. I f,v, a sonny family Mltn •'*“ ™ 

W5 ’ ,SW S-. AW. .no my two OaOrooms all a L r ., m l n S"S,nS5ol,m J 

OPEV FRI. 2-4-P.M. ! S? 2ST «j| 

”°Sr“ 


GrtUQi 


TS_ 


21 


iWUu^i 


oia. aa-MK - 


Only 1! months: VKC 

M3B3 658 $m or daytime ask 

-=- 383-8034. 

RENT? 
tni y 


work- 
589 000 
w Willy 


A.H.O.P. 

Duplex 


WHY __ 

For the cost o» rent you can own a 
nouse two blocks from Beacon Hill 
I Park in Fairfield. Ore badroom, 
house on large tot with sell-con- Direct from builder. $43.COO. $1250 
tamed suite In basement which payment. $21$ per month. 3-bed- 
rents for $150. Offers to $40,500. room, fireplaces, loveiv kitchen 

386-0913 _j with appliances. 470415*. 

BY OWNER 3 OR 4 BEDROOM-GOR DON HEAD 3 BEDROOM 7 ONF YEAR OLD HOME. $65,000. 
tome Plus two bedroom self con- baths. 1 bedroom and rumpus Assumabla mortoage. 3-bedrooms, 
ta'red suite. $77,500 479-4635. No room in basement, $65,900 ensure, fu'i basament, 477-0580 or 
agents. ‘595-3983. ' 1477-1711 owner. 


GORDON HEAD'S 
BEST DEAL 


WATERMAN and ASSOCIATES 
923 Goidstream 478-9581 

Realty Ltd._| 

IZIK HOMES REALTY 
Sales, Appraisals. Mortgage* 

Ph. 383-8522_ 

TWO BEDROOM FULL BASE 
ment house. Gorge area, recently 
renovated. $42,900. 478-2678 aftar 6. 


NEAR SIDNEY 

Rustic modem 3 bedroom spilt 
level. $64,500. 656-4745. 


lots lust Off the Gorge. Over 3000c I 
sq. ft. of (and. suitable for small 
development. T. Davies. 380-9181 I 


irtjXAUf Uk 

Toss ttns trio into crib or 
playpen to entertain baby 1 

Quickie gifts! Just i 'flat 
pieces plus ears for puppy, 
bunny and boy down Use color 
ful scraps. Pattern 572 trins 
fers. directions for three 8” 
cuddle clowns. 

(1 50 kx each pattern—cash ‘ 
cheque or money cxder Add ?5C 
tot each pattern lot firsi-das* rrtai 1 
and handling Send to: Daily 
Colonist Pattern Dept . 6C 
Progress Ave. Scarborough, On 
tano, M1P4P7 Prim pia»n,y pat 
le<n number your name, address 
SUPER VALUE-1978 NEEDLE 
CRAFT catalog 225 designs 
to choose from. 3 free inside 
All crafts. Knit Crochet 75f 
Easy Gifts Ornaments $1 50 
Pillow Show-Offs $1 SO 
Stuff V Puff Quilts $1.25 
Stitch V Patch Quilts ....$1.25 
Crochet with Squares SI.00 
Crochet a Wardrobe $1.80 
Nifty Fifty Quito $1 00 

Ripirte Crochet .$1.01 

Sew A la* Booh $1.25 
BoeO e po m t Book $1-00 
Flowor Cfocbot Booh $1.00 
Hatrpia Crochet Booh.$1.00 


A charming Georgian residence 
I close fo town and Beacon Hill 
Park, versatility Is fhe kevnote 
fere — It can be a spacious family 
-J home of 1800 sq ft., featuring LR. 

| DR. roomy kitchen. 3 Bedrm, T? 
baths OR a legal duplex with 2 
Bdrm in th# main suite and I BR 
. | in upstairs suite. It's In immacu 
(ale condition, newly redecorated 
| in excellent taste See It on Fri¬ 
day. Listed exclusively with: 
,595-1535 GAIL WEINBERG 477-2044 


5 BEDROOMS 
DOUBLE LOT 
(67.900 

Attractively priced and built -to 
last. Two storev concrete block 
and brick home on hiqh lol on cul- 
de-sac In ve'v popular young-fami¬ 
ly area near schoql and bus. 
Ground level hes entrance hall. 
BR. 2 pea. bath, laundry area. Rac 
rm. with massive stone FP and 
bar. Open s»*ir with wrouaht-iron 
railings leads up to 4 BRs. 2-oce. 
and 4-oce. baths, 19 ft. kitchen 
with built-in stove and separate 
wail oven and LR with unusual 
3-sided brick FP shared with the 
dining area. A garage, rear deck 
and carport plus a verv wide 100 
ft. driveway complete the picture. 
See it »odav with: 

JOHN PLATT 

386-7521 (MLS) 383-2700 

61? Fort St. 2045 Cadboro Bay Rd. 

COLWOOD 

Kenwood Place 


ooihna anytime dr ' ,n caraye. and priced lo SELL 
i'm a*lew minutes *elk to Cedar •*, * 5 *'S2®’ Vl * w bv •PPoIntment 
Hill Golf Course. Ple*«e visit me viw 
lust caB mv fr^nd. i TED KAY - 

-.. MgcGREGOR 

RES. 4774270, 


J. 0. BOSDET LTD. 

388-4455 

3293 DOUGLAS 


' JEANNE i 
5-51 TT OFF. 


or 385-0771 (anytime) 


OPEN HOUSE 

2-134 Ontario St. 

Sat. 1:30-4 P.M. 


lAICCTMnMT H * rt vou h * v * '* ~ luxury for so 

Wfcb I nUll I '-.qM ,n( 0 n s tea, ^’ rKi nB - 

"“! 3 8“4A34 Sj J “ rm - 


930 Hillside 

NEW NEW HOMES 
LONSDALE PLACE 
Phase I — only 2 left at 
price*. 


OPEN HOUSE DAILY 

1 to 5 p.m. 

COMING SOON 

Phase II — Custom designed 
homes. 

•ersorei Viewing 
Anvtime 

388-4434 ARNOLD MARR 477-6233 


tlfuiiy 

house. Perfect id .someone who i 
.enjoys the luxury of llv*no with all 1 
• amenities. L.R. with sliding glass 
|doors onto enclosed oalto. Floor lo 
ceiilnq fireplace. Dining room plus 
eating aree off kitchen. Family 

_room or 3rd bdrm on 3rd level 

1977. with 2nd balcony Larae master 
; with ensuite. Owner transferred. 
Must sell. MLS ?10«l 
386-7911 MAY HAMILTON 656-4697 
Homeflnders- Wail 8 Redekoo 


OPEN HOUSE - SAT. 1-4 
By owner — 638 Venelman Ave.. 
Northridge. W9ll Built 1?» sq. ft. 3- 
or i-bedroom home. Large living 
room, bright kitchen with built-in 
d.shwasher, end lots of cupboards, 
plus good size dtnlnq area. Down 
stairs Includes 13 *34' carpeted r ee 
room with attractive laundry area, 
and driva-ln qarage. Good size lot 
includes fenced beck yard with 
concrete patio and 88 ' second 
for lots of off-street 
_ Asking 565,500. To preview 
call 479-6192. 


MARGARET’S BAY 

Seaview and Seclusion 14.000 sq 
tt. lol, fully serviced end regdv to 
ouild on. WHI build to your custom i 
Plan. — 

383-4434 


SINGLE 
FAMILY 
HOMES 
A.H.O.P. 



\ 


Z86-7S48 


2.56 \fcEW ACRES 
SAANICH ARE.A 



payments and will assist our our 
chaser In financing. Our homes 
feature quality workmanship 
throughout, firaplace* some with 
1V» baths, full basements end 5-yr. 
tuiider*' warranty Turn right 
»rom Metchosin Rd. to Wlshert 
Rd. at Colwood Fire Halt 


Ridley Bros. 

Development Co. Ltd. 

3108 Metchosin Rd. 
Member Victoria M.U.D.A.C. 


Plus 1 W J 

fcsmnt nom_. . _ 

garaoe. Newly redecorated. New 
targeting, painting and wiring 
From $1250 down, $200 oer month, Move in at thousands below vaiuf 
far information call Don King, at only 589.900. Call now 
ARNOLDMARR 477-6233 477-SS5« RAY and CHRISTINE 

J. Duncan Hold nqs Ltd 386-3231 592-3653 

LVIC ALMOST COMPLETE marigold area, by owner block bros L rgalty ltd 

Custom cedar contemporary. This 4C58 Grange Road, drve by to see BROS **ALTY LTD 

large elegant Is ready tor your this famiiy home with cMrec’er SACRIFICE £45 5flD 

'•nai choice of floor covering and leooroximateiv 2200 sq. ft. 5-bed- aAL.lt XT -MJ.JW 

wallpaper. : room, )' / baths, wall-to-wall car- Laketuli — Lovely 3 bedroom 1'* 

388-4434 ARNOLDMARR 4/7-6233 neting throughout, living room utn all carpatad. ('replace. Oniy 
with firaplace. laro# kllchen with 3 years young. Low maintenance, 
\nTSTSF3J SPRT7A15 modern appliances. Dining room immediate possession, your terms 

znuai at/LA. arbcinuo | with 14x24 sundeck viewing beck, BOWDEN REALTY - 3*3-5524 


478-1721 


384-8075 

PAGER SI9 Nice 


SMALL LOG STRUCTURES 
bu'tt to your specificetilons: 
cabins. A-fr*m#s seures. 470-0478. 


OUCEO PRICE to $4«.90O end will up and fvro bedrooms.! A.H.O.P. HOUSE 

consider offers or take car as o>wn, family room, three bed- S4S.OOO. 51250 down, for this deluxe 
rooms. bath, laundry room end unit which features 3 bedrooms. 
477-6ZB washer and dryer, piav area bathroom, separate store*#, larae 

__ land two storaoe rooms. Hot water living room, country kitchen with 

T RUL Y A BARGAIN heat, large lol pleasant neiqh- eating area and ash cabinet, close 
At *44.900 this neat 3 BR and den PojTwd- To view, call 479-2174. to Kh flQls. 6584181. 

Oungalow hes e warm heettutor *9 3 -r w -___ l_\ 1Jvir a BP a 

> BUNNIES WECDbME ' ve*^ 

fenced, wore to View call ThH rei; 0 httul home could be Sh S tJI 

388-4434 ARNOLDMAR R 4/7-6233 vour$ by faster. Living room with *f!u»uws.^ kjf^w* qwHIty lt#ms® 

' _ 'LT ! skylight), pics separate dining'BY OWNER 7-BEDROOM 

S 900 .room or 3rd bedroom, professional- house, in Faifield.KSrd in ba>e- 

. „ iv-remodeied and beautifully mein- ment. drlve-in garage, fireolare 

two-bedroom, single ■mlly. tained. with menv special fretures larpe backyard. *45,000 For ao 

--‘ . 470-3207 or 


home dose In. Available liume- including new stamgiasa windows!i pointmant 
dlateiy. Low down payment. By Asking SS4.500. Bv owner, courtesy 478-1690 No agents 


owner. 656-5790. 


1887 


4 BEDROOM 
btq yard, clo„ . 
West. *48.000. J85 


FAMILY HOME > 
to all schools, V»c 
5 1 732. after 4 


-j -—; cc. t, 0 t T * vlor * ” FOR SALE BY OWNER. COZY 

• SEARS AREA. 541.000. 04.5801 -two bedroom stucco Uvnoalov. 

j OAK BAY COTTAGE. 2273 DAL- down monthly oavments *333 ,OFF GORGE- 2930 ADEL AYBP near T^on and Country formal 
hOLSle. large lot. offers. 541.000. orlncioel interest and tax. after6|Ave 3 bedrooms • wtth u 
' 5?8-l892 —— ■«-- - ip.m. except weektres $92-6770 $56,900 383-5179 


in-lew qarden 


qarden with q 
$4^,700 fc-0963 


greenhouse Asking 
































































































































t 


wn mivwn, 

W IMM 
MLS. fill 
<0V. 4*-tf 


SM HOt'SES TOE SALE 


• fi'TN "I'M 


CUSTOM BUILT 

Ju0» new on the market fhit |»* 
/•v oto houaa hoe 1 *•*»**"•■ 
1H both*. L-«ftOMd L.R. and D.R. 
nkm ftrop i o c o. toy 

{S5b.“Ko>lS 

3M014. 

RANCHER 
CENT. SAANICH 

A' UW thla thrpa oad r ~ 1 

iES cS!K a^rali^haStt 

firpptoca In SOM o'red Hvlne room 
oft klfcnan. Two years 

arl&SraOT: 

79-2764. 

DEAN PARK 
2Vi ACRES 

A* •**.*» there la ««oc POfanf a 
art. rh* land la *uuhv»eaoto into 
» ocrt lota NO-A O'dor two Mo 
room ham# Wit* don Jot's aoo 

• laws Sec'u».on C*J' OLE 
SNUO»<OV 2?ai or 3664164 

KIDS! 

AND FRUIT TREES' 
NEW LISTING 
$64,900 

mUy homo, wtl 

oetnrooms. tl vino room with flro- 
p-oca and new w-w corpot ova r 
<** hoor, 3 bedrro >•». large sonny 
Tttcnon wtth full alia eating aroo. 
now counters. jap. dining room 
oamoa room, utility room and 
torg# dan or badroom down 
CR-l oarage concroto aundat- 
and ancloaad corporl. Fruit troos 

• hruoa and plants make the horn# 
a detent. Call CONNIE WTYLER 

“~' m deep cove 

Only lit,900 Ona-voor-old tour 
oedroom three oafhrooms, laroa 
recreation room, library sundack. 
carport and all on a lovoly tread 
raif acre In a Me# oulgf araa Lota 
mors to tall atxv.t inis new ML. 
Oulcktv call HAROLD WARE 
- -w— GREIG m-3105. 


PASTORAL 
PARADISE 

« «sa *o Wilkinson Road Only a 
vaars old and tha price >a low 
114 vcc. Tnraa oadrooma, full bass 
mant with a nit# view. Lots to say 
•tout this spotless dandy. BEN 
GRE G 366-6164 or M6-JIM 

TAKE A GANDER 

At 164 900 you wont racrat loon In# 
a’ thla lO-veareld thraa badroom 
full basamtnf with an extra sulta. 
two fireplace*. Lovely oulat araa. 
Mora in next wae*. For mort Info 
call BEN GREIO 5*6-3105 or 
3166164. 

EXECUTIVES ONLY 

I nava saver a I txacutive homes 
available for showing both new 
and character, tudor and contem¬ 
porary on the Beach, see Views or 
uplands seclusion. Prlcos ranoe 
from 11754)00. To view bV appoint 
Tent only Please cel SHANE BE 
FURT 316-6164 or 3BS-M6* 


M5-1S00 or BEN GR 

264-416- 





CONDOMINIUMS 

JACKMEARS 
OAK BAY REALTY im 


*3H CON'DO>n.VHM» 


D.F.H. Real Estate Ltd. 

15* McKENZlE AVK. 

' NEW LISTING 

Beautifully maintained, 2 btorm. 
home wtt Jrd btorm rac rm. 
.# unpry rm. workshop In Ml bomt 
10 vr#. old. Convenient to ok sa- • 
' Was Separata Mr port. Ajklng 
s54 900 The owners aey. "f€Lt 
itr so cofre and sea it and make 
vour of*ar. „ 

BOB HUEY 

3»4-«07; iPpr nm 

SACRIFICE 

in# ewner nea bean transferred 
ao tr.la 6 yr. od. 3 bedrm. noma n 
Florence Lake Area meet be sold. 
4»n oedrm, rac. rm.. laundry rm. 
in full oamt. Enclosed carport, 
large private sundack. All apptl 
ancaa can be included. Coma and 
see I* and make your otter. Cell 
rre anytime. MLS. 

BOB MILEY 

4777791 364 1075 <Pgr 4ft) 




NEW FAIRFIELD 

J79.90U 

Unique ««>andab4a home In prime 
ras clennaf »r#a Woe# Mom 

waterfront. MaaOv suited to erofee- 
ftional couple planning future fami¬ 
ly See mis new idee. MLS 2M23. 
JACK DAVIS 3*6-04*4 ( 74 hr*.) 


OAK BAY 
TOD HOUSE 
LUXURY 

condominiums 

OPEN TUES. - SAT 
1:30-4:00 

Located in the heart of Oe* Bay 
a* tha iunction of Cedcoro Bov Rd 
and Hamktfa. Tnis luxiry steel 
and concrete bo lding otters su¬ 
perb carefree living. AH corner 
suite* with nrtplecee, 7 
uaftroomt, fufcy eoutooto an suit# 
leurtdriga. dev light kitchen and 
som# superb views. Prices Start at 
iusf $65-000 only • left Priva*# 
•ex>lntments at el* .tunas. H. 
BLAKE 596-3331. RES- 3*3-6377 

FAIRFIELD 
TWO NEW 
TASTEFULLY 
DECORATED 
SUITES • 

— f Keysets 

— elevator* 

— CnS-nwatners 

—- 2 Bad ro om * - 

— En suit# laundnes 

Press S47.50C and $46JD0 H 
Tl aks 39*3321. RES 

ORCHARD HOUSE 
7TH FLOOR 


in beaut ifu l rural like aurreund- 
ings. 3-oeeroom, full basement 
home. Or large lot. Located naer 
04*w Ho»Dif»i Immediate poasav 
ston. Exceptional buy at W.000 

471-3*4. _ 

SAANICH-LAKEHILL 
5 bedrooms, 7 c-etnrooms, re c 
room, flreplec# dishwasher. 
13x110 fully 'andscsoed and 
t#nc#d *ot 163 500 477-4906 * e.m 
to 4 ^.m,__ 

ROTATE SALE 

Private 5 .ear old lour bedroom 
on on* acre, full basement. Sock# 
Ct: t'e. Closest oftar to $56X00 bv 
Mav Ul. #4-1707 

FOR SALE BY OWNER > YEAR 
old. 3 bedroom no xtars, unique 
toiaca In 


llvfncr room, wall-to- 


iraoia . 

wall carpet tolly an dec aped 
656-7919 652-»*36._ 

FORECLOSURE. MUST SELL 
Crofton araa. Contact Mr. Hilton 

3f 7-6 761.___ 

C. N. MONTAGUE CO. LTD. 
Salas. Consultations Rentals 
1076 Biansher d St. - 3647316 

tss COUNTRY HOMES 
and PROPE7RTIE8 


PROfWT16S LTD./ REALTORS 

19H QUADRA $66-1174 

THE BEST 

$52,900 

» bdrm no ffap home in a tuper 
'ocafor. The Interior layout has L 
shaped Hvlno-dinlno with feature 
tireolace. The kit Is NEW with 
step saving laundry room off and 
MORE. ML30541. 

'16-3124 DOUG POBKITT 477X645 

OAK BAY 
$59,000 

VBS — a merveloue little 7 bdrm 
toll bsmt bungalow — close ’o tha 
•ea tor under $60 X00. THIS WON't 
LAST LONG SO CALL NOW: 

366-3174 DOUG POSKITT 477-0645 

LOW DOWN 
Hereward St. . i 

Vendor Anxious to sell this cute 7 *’ 
bdrm no step bungalow, meka 
vour offer on the $41,900 aaklng 
CALL NOW TO: 

369-3174 DOUG POSKITT 477X64$ 


NEW SIDNEY 
HOMES 

$32..)00 - THREE 2-bed- 
room, full-basement homes. 
Carjiorts. sundeoks. wen 
can>«tinj{- TTiermopane win¬ 
dows. 

$53,750 - TWO 3-bed¬ 

room homes. Qualitj- con¬ 
struction. custom cabinets 
For prior viewing call 

384-8101 

Kathryn Van Doesburg dr 
Bill Knowie* 

~~ $42,300 ^ 

T-eff at »ht Gore# Va'e Golf 
Cocrsa 4-Mdroorhs, Arqa living 
room pparkling new bathroom 
with shower, large kifchan-dlnlng 
room (rang# and fridge included), 
large laundry. Immaculate cord 
t'on Inside, single garage and tool 
shad. Phone now, S9I-64/I or 
364-3*16. (Private sale.) 

COMFY OOZY 
la what you'll feel In this »ttrac- 
ttva 4-oadroom home, with large 
living room and oversized kltcner- 
dlnlng room, (range and fridge 
inc'udto). easy-steo laundry a’ 
rachad to kitchen. Lock up gareg# 
and tool ened. Get that country 
feel as you look across the Gorge 
Vale Golf Course. $42,500. For ep- 
eointfnanf to view phone 596-6206 
or 3*4-3911. (Private sale.) 

NEW HOME AND SUITE 
Atractlva Swan Lake araa. Suit# 
has separata entrance and fire 
olace. Fine constructor. $76,000 
value tor $66 5v0, 

CQASTLANtt ESTATES 
479-2130 479-6077 _471*4*6 

BY OWNER' 

I -ear-old 'j tjuoltx. 2 bedrooms 
1'? baths, appliances. Fenced lot 
136.500. Consider no Oown pay 
ma r t, 4770'43 

BY OWNFR 3 BEDROOM ? . 
bath 1450 sg. ft., large living room 
with fireolac# on ' acra lot large 
roc room, carport, one year old. 
North Saanlcn arte. Asking 
167 J00. 38S-9560._ 

FOR SAl.F BY OWNER 900 SO 
ft. ? Badroom, home in Jubilee 

area, electric neaV livinaroom 

with fireplace, oarage, and car¬ 
port. Asking $51,900. ‘95-5580 or 

595-7965._ 

$38X100 - FURNISHED 

Older J-badroom home, in good 
area. Nice large yard with fruit 
trees, mav taka travel trailer ir. 
trada^ 365X075. 

BY OWNER, ONLY $49,500. 
Well-kept. 7 badrooms, fridge, 
rove, tasement nice g« 

High efty toca tloru 479 -4161. 
THREE BEDROOM HOUSE 
t replace*, baiement, garaoe. two 
rooms, greenhouse, fishponds 
A*eka offer., 179-0MZ 
CORDOVA BAY BEACH COT 
faoe 164.500. Quiet street large 
.lot. davtlopmtnt potentla 
65S-5743. Owner. 

FOR SAwE BY OWNER. 1(4 SID 
nev. 3-bedrooms, rec. room, oulat 
cui-de-sec. near school and shop- 
oing. 1S5.9CO or offers. 656 5948 

/ ULLY FURNISHED, ALL ELEC 
.trie, t-bedrooin Lome Milled* 
a-es corre» orccer*/ *95-7»33 
morn Inc* only 


EAST SOOKE 
GIULESPI'E RD. 
VEITCH FALLS 

Distinction — pleasure — value 
Aii three ere combined In tnis 
handsome l'i acre Shanarale. Par 
feci for seif sufficient retirees. The 
•olid 3 or. home also cells the 
AK.no family looking for room to 
relie a generation of happv memo 
rfei. Vendors have iust purchased 
and therefore y> wared the price to 
a value packed 169.9C0. Ha'# s to 
the memrrlej! MLS Call "MIKE 
SWEENEY IS SERVICE ‘ S95-6760 
or 366-6166._ 

CLOSE IN 

U acres witn lots and lots of 
saciusico Large L R. Dining 
room, easy care kitchen with good 
eating area. T.V. room with fire¬ 
place. large tcndeck end double 
carport, excellent workshop and 
lots of barking, verv very quiet 
aqd v.eil.qff the road. New Listing 
a* $32-900 See it quiokly with BEN 
GREIO 2!6-6164 or 5M-3105. Castle 
Properties Ltd. i_ 

LOW DOWN 
SOOKE 

This scarkimg 2 badroom &-S stra 
ta duplex w<hi >d bedroom in 
' oesement is only 1 year old and * 
availebto immediately. Feature 
f)reo>ace, D.R. end custom kitchen 
are iust soma of tre iilqhilahtj. 
For sale or trad* by owner at 
U5 900. Stephan Shea 643-5254 or 
3*S-7666_ 

NORTH SAANICH - 7Vi ACR=S 
Quality sollid cedar home 1500 sq. 
ft Deep Cove area 3 sundeexs 
overlooking 16x35 heated pool and 
landscaped qartlens. A 400 sq. ft. 
studio could ce another home 
Piped water to both plus cloared 
ecra, pond, lawns an woodlands. 
A low ma ntenanca versatile er©P- 

arty. 6566355. __ 

2.14 ACRES — METCHOSIN — TY 
level - very different home — 
very large rooms — lohJ of sun 
decks with sma'I swimming poo’ 
and sauna — double oarage and 
room tor exoarson on 2nd level — 
large d'g d*o alenq s!d» of house 
- exceptional well — Wood coal 
and oil neat. By owner, $97,500. 
47*-76**. 

5 Acres New Home 

4‘* ml. from city centra. 1325 so. 
ft., 3 bedroom. Hj oafn. full ease 
mant, double carport, 1)05.000. Cal! 
owner at 479 7577 or 478-3226. Ooen 
House Saturday and Sunday 1-4. 

3*5 Ivor Road._ 

SAANICH PENINSULA 
PROPERTIES LTD. 
c o < Rea 1 Estate Requirements 
2354 Beacon Axe. Sidney. 656-4OC0 


Delightful 1-b—__... 

suite, trade in on ierg#r unit 
BeeutlfuMv decoretto. Sup em 
view*. Only $3i MX. H. BLAKE 
5*6-3321 or RES. 3*3-4372. 

TOP VALUE 
■ tOW PRICE 

Neat little hop floor one- 
i adroom suite complefety re¬ 
decorated and racarpetad. City 
a-xj mountain views. Trans¬ 
port when running, at your 
door. Snort walk to movies end 

VI?*, J * CK 

OAK BAY SOUTH 
GOODWIN MANOR 

Two-bedrocm twodsetttroom 
suite in qualify sfeef end con¬ 
crete condominium. Excalient 
location on quia* J traa f close 
to Ook Bey Marina Separata 
dining room, including five 
melon appliances, Including 
— life laundry. Hot water 
oeneroue cacxnet 

_ Offtred at $67X00 

Call BILL RICHARDS at 
5961371 or 595-6219 for further 
information. 

DOUGLAS ST 
BY THE PARK — 
$71,900 , 

Wno ceros If the but * not 
running! You can walk from 
nere to everything. Plus all the 
extras that come with this 
lovely 2-bedroom apt. Watf*e' 
and dryer la Included — not to 
mention the other Items auch 
as diinwasher, compactor, gar 
jrator antf ypu have a win¬ 
dow in the kitchen and p love¬ 
ly view from the laroe '-v ng 
room. Let me show you today 
P-S. I also nave a Woe one- 
bedroom apt. in the seme 
chiding at *54.900. CONNIE 
O REGAN 5*5-3321 or 5*2-6454 


2354 

356 


u\ I ERTBON1 
FROPKRnM 


ARDMORE 

WATERFRONT 

RESIDENCE 

A modern three cedroom home 
Laten on over naif an acr* of 
property or Saanich Intel wfth 
assy accevs to the beach In eddi 
ticn to tha large living room and 
dlnino room the leisure areas 
Include a pane-'ad family room of 
the kitchen, a large recreation 
room with flraolece. plus a teoa- 
iata guast wing or studio with 
fireplace, kitchenette and powder 
room^ Otha' features Include a 
laroe sundeck overlooxing the wp- 
tarfront. 6 patio double car ac¬ 
commodation and parking, con 
crate see wall and oft short boat 
mooraoe. 'MLS). 

L"TEO AT $1*7 000 
To view please contact 
ERIC GRAHAM 

595-1535 656 44*9 

BOORMAN INVESTMENT CO. 

LTD 

5C4S Cadcoro Bay Road _ 

OPEN HOUSE' 

SAT , SUN 10C-4 30 


icum Beach 


AT JUDG 


) HI WAY 


Waterfront estate right on tqe 
teach. Features v.arm charade' 
afmosp *r* »lortg ’vith sun and 
said A no-st to Eng'ish country 
. home 4 badrms . baths. ?io*ra»e 
oaraoe with v/orksnop and carport 
Priced for action $126,000. MLS 
S955164 380-77 42 752-9962 

Ted Pinfold 

T L Mann & Associates LW_ 

“SANDY BEACH ‘ 

A great tgmiiy home In thg.lO-Miie 
Pcmt area. 3 tedrooms on main. 
4th down, 3 baths, don plus recrea¬ 
tion room with tlroot ace and sepa¬ 
rata game# room. Large family 
#lz« dining room 19x16. living 
room with vaulted cel’inq and 
musk room oft. Two levels of sun- 
decks. A great piece to live and ir- 

SID HAS LAV. 477 1994 
NATION AL TRUST >95- 7171 

SAANKH INLET 
$41,500 

South of Butcharts on Mtrx Lana 
: 'in the WiHIa Pt area this high 
rocky lot na* magn If leant views 
Deep wa*er at snore-line. Excl> ■ 
sive. Courtesy to ree tors. 

479 IS67 Wilfred Davis 651*884 
J H. '.vnittome B Ca, Ltd 
Royal Odk Brancn 
RETIREMENT COTTAGE 3S4 
water frontage. 17$ miles tram 
Vlftone. 144.000 597-i*S4 


an suit# 

heating. 



PROPERTIES LTD 


1031 VANCOUVER II HM4M 

OPEN HOI SE 
ROYAL WOODS 
1005-1009 McKenzie Ave 
Sunday. March IS 
1:00-5:00 

PENTHOUSE wit- over i60C sq. 
P. *57,5W. TWO BEDROOM. 1’-. 
batn, $45,000. STUDIO. 1 badroom 
$31X00 No other Strata can com 
cafe with ©or amanitle*. For si>e- 
c>al appointment call: 

LAURIE COMO 

366-6454 479-1179 

Superb Recrement Suite 
519 1025 Inverness 

You'D love this oenerous one- 
oed' , oom unit in one of Victoria «. 
bast buildings. Situated quietly at 
the reer with southward vitws, the 
Suite features its own captive 
storage area. Immaculately main¬ 
tained and batter than new with 
a!i me amen-ties of a superior 
development. Otters considered to 
asking price of $31,000. CALL ME: 

CLARE M. STEVENS 

3*56454_ 655507 ? 

WHAT A • 
FANTASTIC BUY? 

Bachelor surte In Orchard Mouse 
toth^Lioor taong aouth. ONLY 

i also hava soma good comer 
s ites ter ng «outn priced In the 
low thirties. (MCS) 

3*5-772) Dale Briggs >97-397* 

FAMILY 
TOWNHOUSE 


This large, 3-igygl Immaculate 
townnous* most be seen i-uide 
Features 4 bedrooms, 1’, 
bathrooms, large family kitchen. L 
shaped LR-DR end full basement 
(undevelcned) Backyard Is saciod 
ed end wall-tread witn patio. CoiT 
ole* features swimming quo! 
sauna 6nd games room. Ft idea 
and ranoa Included at %Sa,W> 
Come and pre/iaw It with me. 
3*$-tr:l Dale Brigg# 5W-3*?* 
GARDNER REALiV LTO 


ANY 

RUXSONABLK OFFER 
UTLI^ BF ACCEPTED ON 
THIS \ ACAN r 2 - BED¬ 
ROOM SUITE LISTED AT 
$35,900 M.L.S. F’GR INTOK- 
AL\TION C*\LL: 

MUTIRAY LAWSON 
38JW275 PAGER 24T^s 
OR 

PAI^l PACIFIC XNV 


1S3-4124 


TWO BEDROOM 
CONDOMINIUM 

This 2 vear old condominium is 
located near Lamiwon Street and 
I# loaded with extra#. Stove 
fridge, sundrapet. dishwasher and 
gartH/retor Included In tha and 
price- of sto./sO. A must to use 
MLS 30421. 

3*1-4434 RICK KINNIS 477 *394 
Westmont Realty (l*77> Ltd 
*30 Hill side Ave. _ 

TWO BEDROOM 
CONDOMINIUM 

This 2 year old condominium <s 
located rear Lampoon street, and 

oar curator Included In tha and 
price of $39,750. A must to see 
MLS. 30421. 

3*1-4434 RICK KINNIS 477-f394 
OPEM DilLY 

202-605 COOK 

Are you ready for this? Reduced 

-!^L- orl -.T.F^: 900 i WL!!l1? 
wry spacious (tto sg- *1 ongrT 
2 BR condo neat park, saa, town 
Small friendly block. Move rlgh* 
In. '46*441 Ruth Lukaitis 477-5306 
J. H . Wh Wtomo B CB . Ltd. 

LOVHtYjGARDENS 
AND SWIMMING POOL 
Yas, this beautiful condominium *s 
yours for low-low asklnq price of 
$43 900. Located In Rove) Woo<6 
McKenzie and Quadra. Call now 
tor private showing ov own*' 
479-*363 366-6676.__ 

BY OWHCR — 1-BEDROOM 

Jamas Bay Square area Immedi 
at# Possession $75,500 or offers 
56-65)7 alter 5 weekday; or any 

nmg weekend? 



ROBERTS 

'INVESTMENTS 

at MANAGEMENT LTD 

lot tvs do uolb^386 6691 

BEST BUY 

Grosvenor PI. 

1342 HILLSIDE 
$26,500 - $38,900 
Open Daily 1-5 p.m. 

For St-free fridge 
Motftt 24 auto, range 
Washer and dryer 


'Buying can be 
cheaper than rent¬ 
ing", eg- our "Stu¬ 
dio." $1,325 Down 
plus Grant. Payments, 
of less than $200 
per month 

CALL 1. MANTON 3M4211 

» mason .;mhi 


is« CONDOMIMOI* 

WHY RENT? 

A DOWN PAYMENT OF 

$450 

A VONTMLY%»YMIN G r *0»: 

$219. 

(inciodas Prlnctoei, Interas' 


THE FINEST IN 

CUSTOM 

Condominium Living 

PARKVIEW ■ 
•PLACE ' 

928 Southgate St. 

' Across From 
Beacon Hill Parki 
-SEVEN Major Appliance* 
— Washer-dryer in each unit 
—Recirculating fireplaces 
—Your own kitchen window 

Victoria's Very Best 
LOCATION 
Open Mon. - Sat. 

1:30 TO 1:30 P.'M. 
Landmark Pnv.iertie* Ltd. 

386-6762 


<^> 


Park Fesdfic 



- 



!5* CONDOMINHUA 

THE SAVOY 

?• BEDROOM, DELUXE CON 
DOMINIUM, second floor south 
exposure wtth tour batcoalgs 
1 61400. P hone 3860JS8 _ 

IM TOWNHOfSEft 

JWCKMEMB 
OAK BAY READY OE 


DAILY COLOMST, Victoria. B.C , Thurs , March 16, 1978 

TOH NHOl SES 


L.UXUKY HOMI 

New tnraa bdrm. daunt town 
houto duo lax; Cadar sbakg roof, 
trick and cedar txtorlor Rius pro 
fptstonaiiy lag da cao ad. Located on 
a no through street In the popular 
» Po rt area within walk -y 


Sax# 


8 % AH OP 

and anVncome or 

$700 

QUALIFIES 

Ysu 10 buy a Cor|{lonilnium Homo 

Princess Maquinno 
830 Esquimolt Rd 

COMPARE PRICES 

1 badroom from *26,900 

2 badroom from *34,700 

7 ctoroom and den from liS hX 
AND WHAT'S MORE 
w* look after ALL LEGAL COSTS. 
Drapes continuous Oaan Hot Point 
range, deluxe frost free frftfoe. 

J ialcany and sundack. racrgatlon 
•cTrles ARE ALL INCLUDED IN 
THE PRICE. 

OPEN WEEKDAYS 512 and 1-4:3* 
9AT. and SUN. 1-5 P.M. 
EVENINGS by Apoointmant .— 



-.... ^.....king 

d itance of Rto ocean and boat 
ramp. Larga living wttti full brick 
fireplace, plus built-in dishwasher 
in Mum s to#tore kitchen. Formal 
separate dining room. All bdrm* 
are large plus 2 bathrooms. Pr.ce 
below replacement at ontv $60X00. 

'iTf B*’o"'j‘uNr CARVER 



OFFERING 
Luxurious 

EXCLUSIVE SETTII 
•aturas mcluda: 


IN 

Special 
-Views 
—Luxurl 


MNur** L. u _ 

^ ‘ like sattkxi 

____._.Jr appointmentt 

—2 bedrooms. 7 baths 
-ifeel and concrete construction 
-heated pool, saunas, entertain¬ 
ment rooms. 

Open Doily 
1:30-5:00 p.m 

OR CALL 

386-6762 384-4013 

LANDMARK PROPERTIES LTD. 



Where Trusf It The Bgsi# 

Of All Busing## 

7194 Oak Bay 595337' 

TOWNHOUSE 
DEVELOPER 
WANTS OUT' 

Adjacent builders debris net pro 
dixeo irmoy jurroundlngv Work 
mpnovament Is only a snort time 
oft. But this and a tough Real Es 
»ete market have hald uo sales So 
now and 

POSITIVELY 

ONLY 

until midnight 71 Mvcn 1976 6" 
orlce ar# 

SLASHED 

$ 5,000 

Un<l No. i $56,000 to** VSXuO 
Prka $53X00 

Unit No. 1 — iSfbOO toea $5,00C. 
Pric# $$4 000 

1 Unit No. 4 — 1S6 000 toss $5X100 
Pric# $51X00 

unit No. 5 - $57,000 loss $5,000 
Pric# $52,000. 

OPEN HOUSE 

I Dally from 1:30 to 4 P.M. or view 
bv apoolntmem any rim# (| live 
only 3 minutos away). Phon# 

George Blackburn 
598-3321 Anytime 

AK C 


Giti/ V)"/ rfyi 


Superior Luxury 
2 BR and Den 
Condominium 
2 FULL BATHS 
the: SAVOY 
777 Blanshard 

One of the finest view* apart¬ 
ment home* in all Victoria 
— to the south Beacon Hill 
Park. The Straits and The 
Olympics — to the west the 
Inner Harbor. Parliament 
Buildings and tlie Sooke 
Hills - this exciting home i* 
a rarity on the matiket 
Priced to sell at ^$77,000 — 
below replacement co6t in 
this sujierb *tee! and con¬ 
crete hi-rise. 

For further information and 
to view* — call J. B. Young 
38U>273 pager 805 * or 
383-4124. 

Park Pacific Investment 


.I960 CsSor Hill Hooif 

At McKthlto 1B6-4767 

2ND PHASE 

NOW OPEN 

18 of Victoria's 

BEST VALUE 

CONDOMINIUMS 

OPEN 

Ataxdeys 1:30 P.M. to 6 P.V 
weekends 1:00 P.M. to i P.M^ 
landauvrk properties ltd. 

386-6762 


' Poopto Helping Paopto 

OPEN HOUSE 
407-1145 Hilda St 
Thurs., fri., Sat. 
March 16, 17, 18 
1:30 to 4:00 

r oo tlcor, earner Suite. 3 badrms. 

I i oethrms. Beautiful combination 
Llvlno-rm- D'f*mg-rm. Handy to 
downtown and Beacon Hill Park 
SEE THIS BEFORE YOU BUVT — 
You will be glad you did. Asklno 
149.900 

DOUG LAWSON 5»S-?4»6 

JIM KCNNEDY 5*7-907* 

or 365-6771 (anytime) _ 

OPEN HOUSE 
THURS. .1:30-4 
202-1792 Rockland 
(At Oak Bay) 

1200 plus so. It. 

—2 badrm* — 2 full bath# 

—gating area In kitenen 
-irvst# storag# rrn. 

-4ftgrmooana »nd screen# tnruou* 
—15-ste. bldg, on busline 
—workshop and billiards rm 
—(Oi/ered parking 
-'jduced to $55,000! 

“donna FOSS 

»/7.72*l 3*4-3075 (Par «4) 

% D. F. H. REAL ESTATE LTD 

QUALITY PU 8 
’* STRATA DUPLEX 
$48,300 

2784 SOOKE RD 

Cos# 10 schools end shoppino a^d 
Gten Lake Intersection, Excellent 
2 -Ljdroum, full-basement unit on a 
laroe lot. Basement otters ex¬ 
cellent area tor further develop 
msnt and has rooghgd-to plumbing 
for 2nd bathroom. Covered carport 
tor parking plus #Atra araa. Call 
now on this new MLSJbtlng 
DAVID SOUTHALL 
177-72*4 (24 hrsj *52-1X1 iRfs.) 
D. F. Hantov Associates Lid 

SPENCER CASTLE 
TOP FLOOR — 579.UH0 

Spacious, sunny private, south 
east south west corner suite, 
views over city, straits to Oiym 
pics. 2 bedrooms 2 full baths 

(MBR #ns.) 6 apphances, ensulto 
building, exceptional storage, cov¬ 
ered parking. Occupied few 
months only. Vacant, immediate 
possession. Offers cons'dered. ML 
3051*. View to-day. 

HERB McDANNOLD 
3*2-5191 3*4 #76* 

The Permanent 

FAIRFIELD 

LUXURY 

Deluxe 1400 sq. ft. 7 -badrocrr- con 
dominium, close to town and Bea 
con Hilt Park. Large living room 
with flrapiace and spacious dining 
room. Large master bedroom with 
emuite and two laroe ctoset 
Fridge, stove, disnwasrer Included 
•n the price of only $53,C00. MLS. 
FRED OR JUNE CARVER 

HENDERSON RE*J/TY LT^^^ ( 


HARBOUR FRONT 
Luxury 

Condominiums 
$80,000 to 
$170,000 

Spacious apartments with 1, 2 ana 
3 bedrooms and balconies. Some 
. with den, fireplace, large oatlos. 
barbecues. Also luxury 'rl-level 
townhouses of 3000 square feet 
Laurel Po nt facilUig* Include its 


swimming pool, saunas, un 
derground parking. , 

5 minutes lovely walk to the Par 
i • ament Buildings and Empress 
Hotel. And. of course: your verv 
own oark In front — right on the 
water. 

25 Beiievlito (3 blocks west ct 
Parliament Bldgs.). On-site sales 

office; 366-7752 or call Cedric 
Steele Realty Ltd. j6*-62*« 

JOFFRE MANOR 
1121 ESQUIMAU!* ROAD 
* QUALITY 
CONDOMINIUMS 

1 bed r oom trdm $31,700 
2-cedroom from $36.9*0 
m new 20-suile building. Res-dent 
caretaker Close to all amenities 
Open Mon.-Sat. 1:30-5:30. Phon# 
Clare brock, at s**.***? or 
59g.332f 

JACK MEARS 
OAK UAY REALTY LTD 


briqht spacious 2-Mdroom 111 
-bathrooms adult orient 
ed Esqulfnalt area, arrange own 
inortgan#, $34 000 or otters. Phone 
for appointment. 479-7643. 

COKDO FOR HOUSE 

WHI trade deluxe 2-bedroom co'tod 
on too flourtb floor. Value $42 000 
for house In *ny good are# 
BOWDEN REALTY — 3*3^5524 

TOP/TH FLOOR t BEDROOM 
suite see and mountain view. Ex¬ 
cellent condition. Close to saa front 
and all amenities. $30,500. Owner 
MW. 


as down payment on choice of sev¬ 
eral condominiums or townhouses 
priced from $79,500 »0 $45,900 
Bpwbon Reaitv 3*3 5524 

BY OWNER . ! 

Large two-b#droom, 1,106 tq. W. 
too ftoor stnstoe. nggr University. 
$41,300. 477-0489 

OWNER r 1-51 DROOM CON- 
dominium steel and concrete 
building, dreoes. gppHances. low 
4SD#sjment *24 500 1774)6*5 


RETIREMENT SPECIAL 
You must s#e this Southern ex¬ 
posure. 1 bedroom ground floor 
•juilt. Rkised hearth Hrgpiace 
along feature will in llvlngroom 
lAalk out to your own patio with 
an exit to the common orounds 
Quiet location end handy to a'l 
amenities, d'apes stove, fr.dg# 
r.ashar and dryer included. Priced 
to sell ar S22.9CO Quickly call 
"NOW. 

VARKfc 

AL C.. 

366-7557 

BY OWNER 
$37,750 


Open House 1 P.m. • 9 
“ -jnur*. 


».n 


Tuga. -1 „ 

712-1005 McKenzie Ave 
unlaue decorator designed I oeo- 
room home. Fastidiously clean 
-yrttfr-kall atwmanities—ooo! sauna 
tennis court etc. 479-3991. 

No agents involved 


Super concrete 


An architecturally 
'lesi^ned cumnunritN 
Detached AHOP home* 
$-IJ,oU0 and $10,000 
call Bill Nesbitt 


New Townhouses 
1070 Chamberlain 
(Near Oak Bay Ave.) 
From $49,500 

i bedrooms, llvlna room, dlnipg 
room., carpeted kitchen with Hot 
point appliances. II? bathrooms, 
additional storage space Excep¬ 
tional carpeting. Underground 
parking and activity room, Open 
•vary day M p.m.. 1-4 p.m. Sat., 
Sun. For special apaolntmanf can 
Michael Price W t 44 ff . _ 

ASPACIOUS HOUSE 
M.VKE2S LIFE EASIER 

And this has tots at room for ev¬ 
eryone. - LOOK — 3 bdrms.. J 
baths, living room, dining room 
plus family room, covered parking 
and — ontv * In the complex 
SEE IT WITH 
JACK GRANT 

9*5-5171 OFF RES. 4774172 

Canada True* 

2B5 IIOISKk M AMU' 

TO BI V 

cityTmployee 

Requires a 2 or 3 bedroom home 
close In witn basement preferra 
Civ up to $50,060 CASH Call CHRIS 
GREIG 3*66164 or 476-5953. 

OFFICE WORKER 

Wants a nice starter home in a 
quiet strati with 2 bedrooms and a 
♦Veaiacg 17 possaibto. Maximum 
$45,000 CASH, call CHRIS GREIG 
•*6-6164 or 47* 6*53 Cast to Proper 
tto# Ltd. 


WANTED 

OAK BAY - 3 6 
.full basement — c*... 

THE ZIE'GLERS 
592-1768 384-8075 
PAGER 310 


WANTED 
OOLWOOD LAKE 

If you have a 2 or 3 bedroo" full 
casement nouse n Colwocd La«e 
ehJch you art fhinkinq of selling 
please give us a call. Price and 
possession flexible. 

MARILYN MOORE, or 
JO LENNOX 

3124015 476-25*3 

Homefmderv wall * Redekoo 
3*6-2911 


2U IIOI *t» WAJfTED 

TO BV Y 

When SeiFing, Try 
The Formulo That 
Works For You! 

if vou'rg considering 6ftling, ettock 
out toes# features which may be 
aaellacto to you uoon llsttno your 

I^HS'detwimine nia, 

A. Free Realtors market evalua¬ 
tion 

*' J*. 

3 TO ENSURE FU 
AGE CAMPAION 

A. FuH Mmg advertising. 

B. Min'mum $100 a month advgr 
tising paid by ut. 

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NOW. 

NO OBLIGATION 
Castle Properties Ltd 
386-6164 
Chris Greig 
478-5953 
Ben Greig 
598-3105 

ESQUIMALT 

wanted tor purcha#are who h#v» 
su'd, and MUST find a 2-3 bdrn, 
with or without basement Around 
•sociC'j, Prefer Saxe Point, it you 
can ralp please phone. 

MRS. JO LENNOX 
47*2563 or ^9 6775 Pager 76* 
MARILYN MOORE 38>*C15 
Momefindar* Wall * Redekoo 


3-badroom tome around $50 000 
Gordon Head Ouadra or any good 
Residential Area considered 

UP 1SLANO CLIENTS REQUIRE ' 
2- or T bedroom home around 
$65,000. Any nice rasldontfal area. 


CASH CLIENT 

Urgently requires email 2 bdrr 
horn# on bus line. Must te aas. 
car* and rtaaonably priced BEN 
GREIG 3*6-6164 or S**310i Castle 
Prope r has Lt d._ 

CASH FOR 
YOUR HOME 

investors will pay cash tor env 
home, airy area uo to $50,000. Can 
GLENN NICHOLLS St*-766* or 
592 2431. Lanadowne Properties 


HOUSES WANTED 

OMB oald for vour house If it to 
suitable tor rental purposes. Call 
my agent Randy Small 365-1431. 
British Amer ican Realty Ltd. 
PRIVATE 

Want older home. Will purchai* 
tor cash 47*-220*. 


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' OAK BAY 
$29,500 

• edrocm wit* in th* heart of Tha 
Village. Sunny and tnaarfu-' ov#' 
looking the Cok-. and hills of South 
Dak Bav. Spacious rooms and 
large storage area adjacent Guiev 
aed maintained bunding ideal tor 
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WALK TO TOWN 

this 1.050 sq. ft. 2-bedroom suite Is 
within 2 blocks Of town. Ground 
floor suite with excellent landscap¬ 
ing to ensure ouletness end pri. 
vaev Large k'tchen with eating 
area and dining room. Ensuite 
with' shower, stove fridge and 
dishwasher inci. Price to s«ll at 
$43 900 ML ,6214. 

365-7721 KENT MacLEOD 5*5 4273 
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$87,700 

build IIR 


JOHNSON STREET. Low monthly 
maintenance. private sundack 
Great Investment. 

Res. Off 

477 5705 Erne Efsav 477-1641 

Block Bros. Realty Ltd 


iliencas included ’Whirlpool ex 
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DAILY COLONIST, Vmiwnb, B.C.. Tbufe March 16, 

it* HOLSfctS >\ A.MLI) 3?1 LOTH FOB HALF 

TO BU Y- 

MOVING - CAN’T SELL? 

NOW - IMMEDIATE CASH 

"LAYFARE VENTURE* 479-U83 


1978 


273 PROPERTY FOR SALE -’*) - ACREAGE FOR SALE 


LISTINGS WANTED 


1—Peneremic viaw lot or contem¬ 
porary home mimmiom 7000 *<l ft. 
Cak Bay, Falrflgld or Cadboro 

Bay. 

-Ofdar character homo In Oak 
Bov, minimum front sitoi with or 
without oatomont Condition not 
important IfBMKMv s oun d . 

1—Two nearoocty ***Vtew wa¬ 
terfront or vtew rttlramant homos 
*rom io Mila Point to Landsand 
Road Norln Saanich. This it an 
organ! rrquost. My listings havt 
•old and buyers are waiting. If 
you with to tail, pleats call ma 
and 1 st my II vaarf in raal attata 
be of tarv.ca to you 

GERRIE HUTTON 
*2-2134 or T84-3927 

FARMER INVESTMENTS 
A REALTY_LTO. 
BUILDING LOTS WAl 
so. ft. or better, 
o.m. or 383-5925 5 


-TO-_ I 

Nlfo 10.000 I 

1121 ♦ a.m.-S—**■ 


IT* EXCHANGE REAL 

ESTATE 


(Irbrir £trrlr 
F 1 fitaWn Cth. 

£2 


TRADE! 

Ut nave apartment tu*idmg». and 
an off .e cuiiding. Hornet or com¬ 
mercial roned orooerty In *«- 
cnange will be considered 
eS-tSil 552-39*8 ma 


Uange a.m oa convderad. 

Cedric Steele 

9 9-62* >92-3942 Rea 

r RADE YOUR SMALL HOME or 
Lot or *na» nave you at part On 
payment on Delightful side by side 
■ Ujoie*. Located at 9193 and 319S 
Gian Lake Rd. — 2 Bedrooms each 
•Ida. Soacious Living Room, Kitch¬ 
en and Dinette, also ttillty rooms 
Full Prf;a both sides $69.900 00 to 
vew please dial CIIH Stretch. 
*ii 1647 or 4774993 


7 4 ACRES RESIDENTIAL 
property on Quadra Street E* 
eilenf subdivision potential. Small 
ouse rented for $300 00. Will trade 
o.n revenue mortgact* or what 
eve vo*i, was $149,000 otters Invlt 
AXEL RETERSEN; LANS- 
OOTVNE PROPERTIES. 592 2431 < 

anytime. 

.VILL "TRADE 1JJO0 SO FT. OF 
M-l :oned orooerty in desirable 
.‘nytair area, complete wMh plans 
tor 7.X3 to. ft. ottlct warehoose 
o note*, for your town house, do 
me* or» Staohen Stea, 6*2-5254 or 
•3H S4B. _ 

TtAVE THREE BEDROOM WITH 
i balh condominium wanting to 
•rade up to house with In-law suite 
or side bv side duplex in Esqui- 
malt or Gorge area preferred. Prl- 
vata tales only pteate. 304-0319 

CT)NDO FOR HOL S E 
Wiil trade deluxe 2 Cedrm condo 
c° fbo fourth floor. Value $42,000 
‘o r house In any good area 

BCWDEN REALTY - 383 552* 

•VILL CONSIDER CAR MOBILE 4 
nome. or anything of valuo on new 
’ 2-fc«droom home in Sooke. value t 
j^9 9C0 (may trade up) 552-4284 or 
6 5 $-*944. 

* WISHES TO TRADE AP- 
orox $14,000 aouity iff large 2-bad- 
'oom. view condo for lot. $29,300 
m ortgage 388 7923 jf 477-0*99. 

WILL TAKE CAMPING TRAILER 
•or pickuo truck as part or full 
down payment on recently reno¬ 
vated two bedroom home. 4/8-2679. 

CONDO FOR~LOT 
Will trade 2 bedroom condo, pool, 
sauna, whirlpool, in Mt. Telmi# 
area for lot. 595-1927._ 

TRADE WINNIPEG HOVE, 
value $ so coo tor equal Victoria I 
"Cme. 384-909? 


DEAN 

PARK 

ESTATES 

Totally planned and controlled to 
protect lit special environment 
and vour invastmant. All on* third 
acre tots priced from $294100 to 
$49,000 

Locgtad on the aid# of the moun¬ 
tain ediolnino John Dean Provlr 
cial Perk and ovarlooklng tha Oc 
minion Agricultural Fam. witn 
views of tha Straits of G***ia. 
Guff Island and Mount Baker 
Dean Park Eetates is Vancouver 
Island’s answer to Vancouver's 
world famous British Properties — 
features Include complete un¬ 
derground services, own water 
supply, own sewer system, curbs 
end well lit street* 

All offers dealt with In a most co- 

W etive manner. 

•tv a vary lot m this devetoo 
menf has at least a chmose of the 
see — over 70 so>d. 

Entrance close bv Panorama Rec¬ 
reation Centre on East Saanich 
Road — From Pat Bev Highway 
— Turn oft e* McTav sh. 

0#€N DAILY 
11 A.M. TO 4 PM 
„ BALf^gJFlCE 

georgI*black 

. 392 242 6 
Pager 2993 
ANOTHER QUALITY 
DEVELOPMENT FROM 


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CUAULTA 

HEIGHTS 

SUPERB SITES FOP. 

YOUR DREAM HOME 
From Victoria, take Sooke 
Rd. * a mile past Metchosin 
cutoff, left onto Fulton, right 
on BexhiU to Cuaulta Cres¬ 
cent. 

For further information 
Call N. Sewell 
638-5713 

1 NSURP ASSET* 

VIEW LOTS 



TRADE 

THROUGH 
CLASSIFIED 
DIAL 386-2121 


2:1 urn FOR SALS 

sigmXr place 

CENTRAL 
SAANICH 
PRICES REDUCED 

l‘ veu are a orivaia builder or a 
huneown-r looking for that inex 
pensive lot. then you must see 
t^ese. Priced to s*M at $23,000 and 
1.000. Lot sites vary from 7200 to 
9500 sq. ft. All services Including 
ewers, curts. storm drains, paved 
reads, street lighting and under 
ground wiring. Cell today tor a 
ooy of »ha plot plan and prosoet 
Us. 

TAMPICO PLACE ! 
GORDON HEAD 
_ ONE TO GO 

Yes. Just one more to sell In this 
u-'iqueiv deveiooed subdivision. 
Fully serviced, tni* 6000 so. ft. lot 
must be sold. The owner will look 

4 ' any and ell offers. Ceil today 
X further information. 

CENTURY 21 J. O- BOSDET 
A. J. (TONY) FAULKNER 
_ 399-4435 (anytime) 

TREEq7~ BUILDING^ LOT. >5 
acre on Deerlepe Rd. oil Wh.f- 
tinsoit Rd. Level, perc tested, sea 
v ew. area of naw homes, also ac¬ 
commodate e duplex. Paved road, 
city water. Well priced at 919.«C0 
Certified aooraisai avalleb»e. Can 
W. F. Strartdiand incorporated, 
3*2-13*9. _ 

7 LEVEL, CLEARED BUILDING 
lots, each 50x120. 1610 and 1»I6 
Agnew St., Saanich. Cul-da-sec lo^* 
cation. Otters to $25,500 ea. See 
and call NORM SCOTT 112497-2*02 
o' 919-1175 collect. Mitten Reaitp 
Ltd._ v 

I AST SOOKE. NEAR PIKE 
Road. 2 acres view property. 
Treed, secluded, water, drive¬ 
way. 526.000. PETER BROWN 1 
or OAVID SCOTT, 


BROWN ii SONS LTD 


Lot lor safa-46* 100 ft., located on 
nuieF-€u|-de-sec in the Gordon 
►’wed area Pncod to sett 
'/S.<00.00. kasaoi Const. Co. Ltd.. 

Oupotln Rd. ask tor Mrs Pet 
>eu Inter, 3194191 or res. 394-2197. 

UPLANDS 

Private sale, completely secluded, 
0 it acres, residential building lot, 
dertly landscaped with swimming 
pool and cabana. $99,000. Phone 
592-3171. 


9 Lots 


Piece* 


in Gordon Heeo. on Eandeit 
off Friqalnw Full underground ser¬ 
vices. From $29,000. Call 385-6211, 
rvas >9-173 7- ^ _____ 

BROADMEAD 1-3 ACRE, WOOD- 
ed park bordering lot with a 
stream and excavated, $35,500 
fi rm. An-9 50 6. _ 

BUILDING LOT 

ah Quadra 73x120 aooroxi- 
mateiv, among new nom 
926.500.^0tto Leesment. 392J937. 

DcEF~COVE — SUNNY TREED 
‘l acre, orchard, v/eter, 529.900. 

e‘6-1709.- 


NOW 
$58,000-$62,500 

$4000 down — 58500 down 
RICK at DOUGLAS HAWKES 
LTD. 

384-712A_ Rat._477-70 74_ 

POTENTIAL 3^LOT 
SUBDIVISION 

MINIMAL SERVICE COSTS 
' 1TH 


— 384-979X 394-9391 


MALAHAT 
SUBDIMSION 
9 LOTS 

Minimum 10-ACRE parcels %*< 
viced with new paved roads end 
hydro, for people who want to livo 
In a peaceful and natural environ 
ment. Priced from $35400 to 
S^S.CCO. except^Ot S ($150400) 
whicn Hilu rtt 3 conventional 
borne* and a seoarate 60x32 an 
ciocad swimming pool on its 12.2 
acres. * of the lots ace Fintavson 
Arm waterfront teeturinq saectac 
u<ar views Paved road access off 
Malahat Drive, 1 mile south of 
Dutch Latch Cafe. Watch tor sign 
at entrance to subdivision. Call me 
for .ldditionel Informai.on and es¬ 
corted tour Own a olece of the 
island tor little more than tha coat 
0 ? an average city lot. Trades end 
te-ms considered. Mike RYLANO 
*79-4761 or Caneda Trust Co. Lang¬ 
ford 474-1234 

FIVE LOTS 

Four are in tne Marigold area 
and lealtre excellent Valley Views 
*i well as ceduslon and privacy. 
Fully serviced and bordering on a 
Park. Vendor will carry on Build¬ 
ers Terms, Price at $28,900. One 
lot Is situated In Torguay-Shet- 
to«rne area, panhandle, over 
U 000 so. ft. (1'3 of an acre) af¬ 
fording e nice view and privacy; 
rocky and excellent location 
$34,000. Builders Terms eveilebje. 

GEORGE HESS 


CHOICE BRENTWOOD 
LOTS 

Park like, full underoround ser 
vices p<us lighting, curbs and oav 
inq. Fully paid to each lot. Area o' 
fine homes. Llanfair Crescent off 
Wallace Orive south of Marcnent 
Rood. See signs end lot numbers 
Prices 934.S00 to $39,750. and ooer 
to offers, easy terms, full details: 
Fred Marconi 

MAROOW REALTY 

n86-::Wl 

EXCLUSIVE 
CADBORO BAY 
LOT 

Approx 75'-<150' on cul-<)e-sec. 
Close fo schools, sandy ooach 
stooping. In area of exotnsive 
homes. Offered at $37,000. 

296-2111 F W. PROKOSCH 
’ 477-2194 

396-2111 ROY FAISER 4T7-69I3 
MONTREAL TRUST COMPA NY 

GORGE 

WATERWAY 


freed and sloping towards the 
wafer. Close to schools, churches, 
shopping centre, and golf course 
A pleasant tranquil Hvfrw environ¬ 
ment from only $27,000. Direct 
f'om Developer. Pnone anytlm# 
388-9644. 


wr. . 

CONTRACT PRICE AVAILABLE 
DOUGLAS ST. AT CAMEO¬ 
ASKING $65 000 

RICK at DOUGLAS HAWKES Ltd. 

. 39 4-;fft. Res. 4/7 7074 

EAST SOOKE 

2 plusjacres cleared tot in we'I-es¬ 
tablished area ocean view Access 
• to teach. Ready to build. Asking 
$27 500. 

398-4*34 I. G. LIDSTONE *774992 
WESTMONT REALTY (1977) LTD. 
920 Hillside __ 399-443* 

GORDON HEAD . 

6 lots available Thornhill Place 
and Cheverage Place. Priced from 
$28400 tp $32,500 Builders' terms. 
Phone 396-2261. 9 to 5 p.na. week¬ 
days._ 

AROMCRE .74 ACRE, CORNER 
Gienaig and Dogwood. Pine, arbu¬ 
tus. cedar. Partial sea view.- 
cleared building site. First time 
advertised . 934,200. *79-7294. * ' 

~ BY OWNER 
Mill Bay area. Huckleberry Rd. 
Lot No. 2. off Frane Rd.. SITOCO 
Please phone 39i-*5«6 or 394-3519. 


HIGH HILLSIDE 

11439 9q. ft. of R3-2 jonad City 
orooerty. Alio plans far 10 unit 
Condominium ar rental apartment. 

SI 10,000 value. 

Joe Menton 392-5311 

ROBERTS INVtlTMlNTS LTO 
15 OF AN ACRE. WATEK VIEW. > 
E Sooke. 922,509. 392-3447 attar 5. 

399-6235 days. __ 

TWO 2-ACRE LOTI FOR SALE, 
pric ed to MU- 3 93-9721 days._ 

ft FROPERTT WANTED 

WANTED 

Extra large older home (not can- 
.er*on) In the Victoria area — 
FatrftaU. Rockland, ate.). Will any 
owner of similar tyoe property and 
wining to sad please contact 
JOAN HOPPER 

396-3547 or 653-3)03 
City Brokerage LM. 

CASH 

Bu ‘dar-developer needs raw land 
serviced land-or protects at any 
s'ega of development, ell areas, no 
project* to targe or to small. quK. 
oedsions courtesy to all agent*. 
Unicon Homaa Ltd. , 3964139. 

“HAVE LAND OR PROJECT? 

We era Interested In buvinq land 
for subdivisions, slta tor high, me¬ 
dium or low density, or revenue 
protects In progress. Phone Kasaoi 
Construction 396-6191. 

YOUR PROPERTY (i 

more whan dtvetooad. We develop 

' SSTi.K’ 

Servces. I 


in area of orestige homes, natural¬ 
ly treed. 70 it. by 173 ft. Ona of a 
Klhd, 94L400. 392-4919._ 

HIGH TATTERSAL, 3 PRIME 
to»s. fully serviced, for salt, or 
hovf^buflTjj, suit your 


-. OF AN ACRE. MILL BAV, 
trailer or boHdinq lot, 312' on 
Island Highway, all -services in, 
view of Strait s, bast offer. 477-4441. 

BY OWNER 

3961 Btenklnsop. 86 x 105', 932.009, 
Please .phene 394-4596 or 394-3519. 

10 MILE POINT SMUGGLERS 
Cove Rd. V» acre, 969400. Phone 

394-3690 _ 

MILL BAY. APPROX. 1-S ACRE, 
seaview, wmter and power. 919,500 

'659-535*._ 

LAMPSON DUPLEX LOT. FULLY 
serviced, tor sale. Or have tuilt to 
Sud your needs 39* 9793. 384-939'. 

PARKSVILLtloT 2J> nanoose 
A ve.. 74xt09. new area, sewer, 
water $12,600. 592 7287. 1 ^ L - 


BUILDING LOTS WANTED 10.000 
sq. ft. or better. 3I6-I171 9 a m.-S 
c m or 393-5025 S-7 p.m 


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AND WANTED 

AN ^CCELLrENT OPPOR 
TU.NTTY TO PURCHASE 
APPROXIMATELY 16 ‘a 
ACRES LOCATED WITHIN 
THE BOUNDARIES OF 
THE PROPOSED NEW RE¬ 
GIONAL TOWNSTTE IN 
COLWOQD. Owner may 
ronsider some trade. For 
detail* call ALMER OLSON 
or BILL JENSEN Royal 
Trust. 3X4-8110. 

_ WANTED 

I nave a serious buyer tor raw 
land, to to » acres In Centra' 
saan cn Must be suitable tor cat 
tie. Kris Gud ion aeon. 721-3571. 

KNOWLES REALTY LTD 
184-8101 

10 ACRES, $39,800 
ONLY $2,900 DN 

Located on Koksiian Rifbr at Coo-N^ 
bit Hilt. Nice frees. Good sail. ^ 
CALL 3M6976 - 479-1393 _ • 

NORTH CARIBOO 640 ACRES. NO 
house, near town, school bus and 
power good water suoo'v and 
sqmL fenced and partially devel¬ 
oped asking $185,800. Trades con¬ 
sidered as downpayment 642-4736.- 
6 ACRE BUILDING LOT SAAN^t 
Ten. good v»Ow. 84140C 4T7-12I* 

after 1 . 


Deaths and funerals 


M 


I l- ISt-Wl) 
I’KOFERTIES 


SEE THIS 
Bargain Beauty 

§e*or# someone snap* It off tre 
market Lovely big living room 
with old-brick lirepiece. Large 
master bedroom with a unique e"- 
suitt arrangement. 3 other bed 
rooms. Family room off kitchen 
Magnificent sea and valley views 


Cowichan Bay Home 
$39,500 

^ere is a super packaoe deal 
1 -hedroom luxury condominium 
witn terrific sea views And all the 
solid pi"e and vile* maple furni¬ 
ture Is included down to the co*o 
niel lamps! Ideal tor the new'v 
weds or anyone looking for a 
vacation home. For mere informa¬ 
tion about these bargains please 
call: V=RA AUCHINACHE at J. 
H. WHITTOME 6 CO LTD 254 


2.11 ACRES 
MILL- BAY 

Tread tranquility for only 
$36,000. Elevated area and 
close to ocean. Second 
crouth fir u-ith arbutus and 
dogwood. Gentle slope and 
triple road irontage. MLS 
31625. 

BRENT D. EWING 

J5X4J424 Res. 658-5661 

BAYSHOR1 RfiAI 'rY LTD. 
1006 FORT STREET 


Mu DEATHS and 
R'NEKAIX 

COMPTON — tin. Ptfylll* - Mar 
garat Garret Pearson C/anko 
Compton of Mt. Sicker Rd 
westhoime, 9.C. on March IJth, 
1978. Born In Lancaahwa Eng¬ 
land 1996 and resident of West- 
ODim# Since 1919 Predeceased bv 
noth husbands. Coat. W. G. Mac 
iDtvre-Cranko and Horace M 
Compton, also ona son Cap*. T. 

O. Mectntyre-Crenko. Survived 
ty daughter Mrs. Charles Free¬ 
man 4 None y-Mecmtyre-Crenko) 
San Lu>s Obispo. California. Six 
sons William J. (Mac 1 McIntyre- 
Cranko, England; Maior Philip 
H. Mclntyre-Crenko. England; 

Ol>var A. Mcimvre-Crenko. Vic 
*oria; Danis E. Compton, Crof- 
fon, George M. Compton. West 
holme; Horace M. Crompton, 
westhoime, 20 grandchildren 
and 20 oreat-gr»ndchildrtn. She 
was a memoer of the Anglican 
Church of Canada. 

Services tor Mrs. Compton will 
ce held on Friday 17th of March 
1971 at 1:30 p.m. Sands Funeral 
Chapel. Duncan Rav. h Rose of¬ 
ficiating. Cremation. 

COMPTON — On March 13th, 1979, 
m Cowichan District Hospnai 
(Extended Care Unit) Duncan 
Mrs. Phyllis Margaret Garret 
Compton of Wasthcime. B.C.-in* 
had bean a resident of Mt. ' 
Sicker Rd Westhoime, $<nce 
coming to Canada In 1919. and 
was a life-long member of the * 
Anglican Church of Canada She 
wjs predeceased bv her husband 
and is survived by 4 sons, 
Oliver Cranko. Victoria, Danis- 
Compton, Croffon. and George 
and Horace Compton of Wast- 
holme; t daughter, Mrs. C. 
(Nencv) Freeman (nee Cranko). 
of San Luis. Obispo. Cant. 10 
grandchildren and 7 greet-grard- 
children. 

Service* for Mrs. Compton will 
be held on Fri. Mar. 17, 1979 a’ 
1:30 p.m. from Sands Funeral 
Chaoel . Duncan. With Rev H 
Ragg officiating. 

SANDS - DUNCAN 


SOB IN MEMOR1AM 


COULTISH—On March 11th. 1978. 
Miss Shirley Louise Coulfisn. 
aged 25 veers. Born In North 
Vancouver, B.C., and a resident 
o« Metchosin, B.C . for the oast 
five years, lata residence 396* 
Happy Valley Road. Beloved 
daughter of Douglas R. Coultish. 
Metchosin. B.C. She also leaves 
her two brothers. Ronald and 
Brian, Langford, BC;ixr sister. 
Mrs. J. (Carolyn) Modryqa. 
Sqjamish, BC , nieces and 
nephews; aunts and uncles. 
Services will be he'd In Sands 
Funeral Chaoel of Heather Col- 
wood. BC.. on Thursday. March 
16th, 1978. at 11:X am. Rav. J. G 
Tit js officiating. Interment at the 
Halley Memorial Gardens, Colwood. 

B C SANDS-COLWOOD 




ER 5 ACRES SPECTACULAR 
view Georg a Strait, North Shore 
'fountains. Gulf is'ands. Snugged 
at foot of Mt. Benson. *0 min. 
trom Nanaimo. S35.0C0 cash to bal- 
ance agreement of sale. 

112-245-1996. ^ _ 

MlLL BAY 

Fantastic seaviews of Mt Baker 
and the Penimula. .39 of an acre 
Eiactricity and water. Alget Rd 
turn left at Animal Shelter, going 
nerth on h>gnway, $27,500. Call 
7*3 5324. 


Butter Build ; ng 60x75 on 
Street, Camorwll River, B.C. tor 
sale. Available Aorii 1st. 1979. 


6—GIVE YOUR PROSPECT every 
inducement vou can with good I 
copy.' Classified action ad 
readers neve the money end are 
already interested in buying the j 
merchandise or service vou have 
fo otter; the details and inlorme- •* 
t'on you give are the most im- 
1 ocrtani 4. 


7—TO PLACE YOUR AD call 
386-2121, vour direct line number 
to fast Aent Ad action. A courte¬ 
ous. efficient advisor will t* 
gied to help you word and piaca 
vour order. And remember. 
Classified Action Ads afford vo# 
the most complete coverage. 
Telephones are ooen 8:09 a.m. fo 
6:00 o.m. for you dally, Monday 
through Friday: 9:00 a.m. ?o 
9:30 p.m. Saturday. Don’t allow 
the reader to soecuiete 

V 


MILL BAY-COBBLE HILL 
$39,800 - 10 ACRES 
* ONLY $2,900 DOWN 

NICE TREES —SOIL. 4/9139# 
390 FARMS FOR SALf. 
AND WANTED 

FOR "SALE OR TRADE 123-ACRE 
farm. cattle and machinery. 

Westhoime district, excellent dev¬ 
elopment potential. 479-7565. 

19Z CH LF ISLAND 
PROPtftrtlES 

"The Penders" 

Two hours to Paradise • 

i-fedrm. immaculate open beam 
home on laktfront. Features fire¬ 
place, wall-to-wall snag carpet,.hot 
v.ater heating, walnut ash cup¬ 
boards. level entrance to main 
f'oor and expert landscaping. Full 
Oasement for large rec room. 
~0x3O oarage work shoo. Home'nes¬ 
tled amonnq evergreens, giving 
uiiimate seclusion. A real gam at 
$95,200. 

Lei s—v iew —H Idesa wva 
Waterfront—Acreages 
C acins -Coftaoes— Homes 
C' rie to the "Bahamas 
of Canada" by calling collect 
Ted Dever 629-3771 
MACAlfLkV NICOLLS 
MAITLAND 6 CO. LTD. 

1718 M arine Dr. W. Van 

WILDERNESS RETREAT: 43 
acres with lakefrontege ona small 
lake. Scenic, private, southtaclng 
partly cleared, serviced bv 2 
toads. Texada island. $30X100 
O.B.O. Write Ms. J. Ginsbero. 6052 
Bear Hill Rd., Victoria, VOX 3X1, 

3 Beautiful Lots 

SALT SPRING ISLAND 
$11,900 EACH. 388-6876 


LECKEY — In Sidnay. B.C. on 
March 14th. 1979, AM. Thomas 
Leckev. age 89 v**r\. Born in 
Kil.ybegs Northern Ireland and 
had teen a resident of Ncrtn 
Saanich. B.C. for the oast 31 
years. late residence 8524 
Emard Terrace. Ha leaves his 
loving wife, Anne at home, 
daughter. Mrs. K. (Nan) Ni- 
fhoiis. Sidney, B.C., 3 grand¬ 
children; brother. Jim Leckev- 
Sitfers. Mary Luxe. Dora Craig 
Elia Batmer in Ireland. 

Service in the Sands Funeral 
Cnaoel of Roses Sidney, B.C on 
Friday Ma'Ch 17th 1978 at 3:00 
o.m. Mr. Percy E. Wilts officiat¬ 
ing interment in Royal Oak 
Burial Park. 

SANOS - SIDNEY 

LUCK-Margaret Esther passed 
a way suddenly at home- Victor¬ 
ia on March 13. 1978. In her 
80th year. Survived bv her lov¬ 
ing husband Walter. 1 sister 
Orpha. 2 brothers. John Lyons 
-* o» Nioawln. Sask . Frank Lyons 
of Brandon. Manitoba. 

Funeral Service win be held 
at Codboro Bay United Church 
Thursday. March 16th. at 11 a.m. 
Rev John Davidson officiating 
Cremation. Arrangements through 
the Memorial Society of B.C. and 
First Memorial Services Ltd. 

MASSEY — In Victoria, B.C., on 
March lXh. 1979. Mr. Gordon 
William Massey, aped 76 years, 
born ip Fort Francis, Ont., late 
residence 193* Bee St., Oak Bay. 
B.C. Mr. Massey was a veteran 
of the Second World War a 
member of the Royal Canadian 
Legion. Esquimau Branch No. 
172, Esquimau B.C.. and a 
member of the Gorge Va'e Golf 
Club. He leaves Ns daughter, 
Mrs. Margaret Louise Kellins. 
Mississauga, Ont.. tour grand¬ 
children, and four great-greno- 
children: sisters. Mr*. Dot Saw * 
yer Chilliwack, B.C.. and Mrs. 
Louise Jordan. Grand Prairie, 
Alta.; brothers George and Al¬ 
bert (Buster) Massev. Victoria 
B.C.: nieces and nephew*. 

Service in the Sands Mortuary 
Limited "A/lemcrial Cha«tl of 
Chimes" on March 17th, 1978, at 
1 :C0 p.m. Tony Roberts officlat.no. 
Cremation. Flowers gratefully de¬ 
clined. Those so desiring may con- 
fr.oite to the charity of thatr 
cho.ce. SAN0S _ VICTORIA 


»» MAINLAND ANI) OUT 
OF PROVINC E 

16 ACRES. 20 MINUTES SOUTH- | 
east of Edmonton. Highway 14. 
gas. pywer and phone available. 
$35X300. Victoria Press Box *37. 


SELL IT 
THROl'GH 
CLASSIFIED 
DIAL 386-2121 


KUlPER — m loving mgmory of 
our daar son. brother, brothar-th- 
law. and unci# Douglas who 
chad suddenly on March, 16, 

we who loved him sadly mlas 

him 

•ul trust In God — we’ll moot 
n again. 

Ever loved and remergt*:^ 
Mom and Dad. Merienair v Qob 
Rhonda. Sn»iey Doug ie. 

THEY SHALL GROW NOT OLD 
AS WE WHO ARE LEM GROW 
OtO, AGE SHALL NOT WEARY 
THEM. NOR THE YEARS CON¬ 
DEMN, AT THE GOING DOWN 
Of- THE SUN, AND IN 1 HE 
MORNING. WE WILL REMEM 
BER THEM 

W »TH GRATITUDE, SANDS 
SIB FI NEKAL DIBFXTOKh 



CX)MMVMTY CHAPELS 
DEDICATED TO SERVING 
Vancouver Island Families 

SENSIBLE PRICES 
REMOVAL and SERVICE 
ARRANGEMENTS 
Cbverine Vancouver Island 
-1NTE RNATIONAL 
FLIGHT CARE 
Specializing In fonvarding 
lo and from anvwliere 
WORIJ) WIDE FUNERAL 
INI*X)R“mATION SERVICE 
Cable “Mortuary Victoria” 


SIDNEY 

rOLWOOO 

DUNCAN 

LADYSMITH 

NANAIMO 


community cl 


naoeis 

aBiJ! 

479-M21 
74fM2 
245 7331 
753-2032 




MORTLMERS 
Munumental Works 
FOUNDED 1877 
709 KINGS RD- (at Douglas) 

383-6421 


REDUCED. ARDMORE 1 ACRE, 
oe^s $34,800. Pnorve 175-9039. 

19.000 ~SQ7 FT. LAKE FRONT 
lof. duolex zoned $31,000. 39*99U 

$21,500 




“N 


9"t'Vi Co*U*"P^ Bu-NI-<ig« Co>po*«l >on 

Invitation to Tender 

Sealed Tenders, marked 
Fuel Oil Tank 
and Piping 
for New Boiler 

For the Glenshlel Hotel. 606 
Douglas street. Victoria, B C. 
will be received up to 3:00 
p.m. local time the 31st day of 
March. 1978, and those avail¬ 
able at that time will be 
opened in public at 
301 Memies Street 
Victoria, B.C. 

Tendering documents may be 
obtained at the above address 
after 9:00 a m on the 13th dav 
of March, 1978 

Tenders must be filed on the 
forms provided, In seAlM. 
clearly marked envelopes. 

The lowest or any Tender will 
not necessarily be accepted 
Documents may also be 
viewed at the Construction As- 
sociation of Victoria, 107S Al¬ 
ston Streat. Victoria. B C 
Building Manager 
Don Williams 

3 15x 


McCAUL^Y - in Victoria a» 
Mount St. Mary Hospital dh 
March 15. 1978 icno time resi¬ 
dent Mr. Leanour Angus McCau¬ 
ley aged 93 years and formariv 
of Rosatown. Sask. Predeceased 
tv his wife Blanche In 1970. Sur 
vived tv his daughter and son- 
in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Barry. 
Victoria; 4 grandchildren. 
Dianne Barbara. Damarls and 
grandson, Dwight; 2 great- 
nrandchildran. Tracy and Darryl 
Pavitt: soo*-ln-law Rooer Pa 
vitt. Gillman. Man. and Don Tv- 
mitfko Victoria; 2 sisters-in-iaw. 
Mrs. Ha*«i McCauiev. Victoria 
and Mrs- Betty McCauiev. Sask.; 
several nieces and neehews,^^ 
Sask.; stvtral nitc.es and HWI^ 
ews. 

Funeral services will be held on 
Friday March 17th at 2 p.m. in 
SI Andrew s Cathedral with Rev 
Father M. Costello officiating fol 
lowed bv Interment at Royal Qa* 
Birial park CUNNINGHAM FU¬ 
NERAL CHAPEL in charge of ar- 
rangements. 


at the Roval Jubilee Hospital. 
Maude Louise McCarthy, a long 
time resident of Victoria, In her 
52nd year Predeceased bv her 
fu spend James. She will te 
sadly massed hy her many great 
friends in Victoria and Van- 
'oumr. 

Funeral Servlet in the Ladv 
Chapel, cnrtst Churrch Cathedral. 
Quadra St., on Thursday. March 
16th, at 3 p.m. followed bv crema¬ 
tion M^all Bros Funeral Di¬ 
rectors in charge of arrangements. 

SPROULE—On March” 14th, 1979, 
at the Victoria General Mo«oital. 
Rum Sorouie, aged 73 years, of 
202—13*0 Harrison St. Born in 
Hailsham. England, and came to 
Canada In 1909. lived In Moose 
Jaw. Sask.. until coming to Vic¬ 
toria In 1969. Survived bv her 
loving husband. Albert E. 
Soroufe: three sisters-in-law: two 
brcthers-in-law. and several 
nieces and nephews Mr j Sprovie 
was a member of Mltoxh Chap¬ 
ter of the O.E.S., Saskatchewan. 
Memorial service in the Stnds 
Mortuary Limited. "Family Chapel *’ 
of Memories," on Thursday, March 
16th. 1978, at 3:00 p.m. Rav Rob¬ 
ert McPherson officiating. Flowers 
gratefully declined 

SANDS — VICTORIA 




8 i*» vuhrfne.4 a—wng. CwgwMxr 

Invitation ti Tandar 

Saaied Tenders, marked 
ASPHALT PAVING AND 
GRAOING, 

835 HUMBOLT (St. Anne's 
Building). VICTORIA, B.C. tor 
supply and labour for paving and 
grading parking let and 
roadways, will be recalved up to 
3 00 p.m. tqcal time the 22nd day 
• f March 1971, and these 
available at that time will be 
opened in public at 
B.C. Building Corporation. 

301 Mannas Street, 

Victoria, B.C. 

Tendering documents may be 
abtained at the above address 
after 9:00 a.m. on the 14th day at 
March 1978. 

Tenders must be filed on the 
forms provided, m seeled, clear¬ 
ly marked envelopes 

The lowest dr any Tender will 
net necessarily be accepted 


SI 


Invitation to Tender 

Sealed Tenders, marked 
Power Supply and Dtstrlbuften 
and Installation of 
Air Conditioning 
for Computer Facilities 
for Finance Building. 612/814 
Government Street. Victoria. 
B C. New Keypunch Facilities 
PH 1 will be received up to 3 00 
p m local time the 29th day of 
March 1978 and those 
available at that time will be 
opened in public at 301 Mennes 
Street. Victoria B.C. V8V 2G8 
Tendering documents may 
be obtained at the above ad¬ 
dress after 9 00 e m. on the 
17th day of March 197f. 

Tender* must be filed on the 
forms J'bvided.Mn sealed, 
clearly marked envelopes. 

The lowest or any Tender 
will not necessarily be ac 
copied. 

Documents may also be 
viewed at tne Construction As¬ 
sociation of Victoria $075 
Alston Street. Victoria B C. 



THURSDAY 
PHILLIPS, Mr. Thomas 
11:00 a m—FAMILY CHAPEL 
FULLER, Mr. Henry (Harry) 

1:u0 p.m.—FAMILY CHAPEL 
McCarthy. Mrs. Maude l. 

J 00 p.m -LADY CHAPEL. 
CHRIST CHURCH CATHEDRAL 
TO BE ANNOUNCED 
DONALDSON. Mr. David R. 

v McCALL BROS 
Floral Funeral Chapel* 
385-4465 


OYa/wwflruc hMtioo! 

'Cbomx*&<5 > rvin& 

Funeral Chapels 
1625 Quadra St. 
386-3506 

CUNNINGHAM 
FUNERAL CHAPEL 
1155 FORT ST. 

Phone 394-5512 or 3944626 
Offering dignified moderate ser¬ 
vice for all. Geo. S. Cunningham, 

owner . manag er._ 

FIRST MEMORIAL SERVICES 
Serving the Public and Exclj*./# 
Undertakers for tha Memorial 
So ciety of B.C 691 «4«. ' 

SI I MONI MENTALS 


MOTOR VEHICLES 
MINISTRY OF HIGHWAYS 
AND PUBLIC WORKS 

Sealed tenders tor the supply o> 
the following units will b«>received , 
on all or In part until 11.00 am. 
April 19th at the Purchasing Com¬ 
mission. Ste 250 1620 West 8th Ave., j 
( Vancouver B C for public viewing 
Viewing will commence at 1:15 p m j 
a' 3200 East Broadway. Vancouver , 
B C . Conference Room. Room A 1 

Section A - 11 sub compact 1 
Pickups 

Section B - 17 Cab and Chassis 

Assemblies. lO.OOOibs.G V W 

Section C — 121 — 'y-Ton . 
Pickup Truck* ~ t 

Section D -'4 — 1 * Ton Pickup 
Truck. Crew Cab or Club Cab 4 x 

4 

Section E — t — •* Ton Pickup 
I Truck 4 « 4 

Section F - 39 - '■» yon van* 1 

Section G - 12 - *• Ton van* 

Section H - 6 Cab and Chassis , 
IM. G V W 

Section I - 119 - *4 Ton Pickup \ 
trucks 

Section J - 2 - j Ton Pickup 
trucks 4x4 

Tender, forms and specifications 
may be obtained lr’6m the Purehas ( 
mg Commission. 914 Yates St . V'C- ' 
toria. B.C. or tne Purchasing Com- j 
mission Office. Ste 2S0 1620 West 
8th Ave . Vancouver. B C upon ap¬ 
plication m person 
Tenders submitted on any form 
other than those supplied will not be 
iJdrsidered 

1 Lowest or any tender will not 
necessarily be accepted, and the 
Purchasing Commission reserves 
the right to renegotiate with any suc¬ 
cessful tender as the public interest 
1 may apply. 

A W CHARLTON 
CHAIRMAN 

Purchasing Commission. 
Parliament Buildings. 
Victoria. B C 



AUCTION 

FRIDAY. 1:30 p.m. 


OAK FOLDING 
DECK CHAIRS 

from th« 

B C STEAMSHIP CO 


VIKING" 5 H P. 
RIDE-ON MOWER 
3 CHAIN SAWS 
WOOD LATHE 
WELDIN6 AND 
CUTTING TORCH 
CIGARETTE 
MACHINE 
FRIDGES 
20 BICYCLES 
POOL TABLE 
MINI-BIKE - 
MISC FURNITURE 
CARPETS 


UNCLAIMED 

PROPERTY 

from thg 

SAANICH POLICE 

to b« told 

FRIDAY. MARCH 31st 

ON VIEW 

THURSDAY and FRIDAY 


\. 


MILLAR — John, suddenly in 
Nanaimo. B.C., on March 13, 
1975 a resident Of Port Alberm 
tormerly of Lake Cowichan, B.C. 
Born In Cumberland, B.C.. May 
/2nd, 1911. He was a member of 
the Masonic Lodge and oast 
master of the Coronation Lodge; 
Lake Cowichan. Survived bv his 
loving wife Lillian.- 4>y his 
daughter AArs. J. D. Hudson 
(Marilyn I of Port Albernl; by 
his son Dr. John MJHar of Lon¬ 
don, Ontario; 5 grandchildren, 
also 3 brothers. Thomas of Me- 
sechie Lake. BC.. Robert of 
Chemalnos and William 0 * Victo¬ 
ria. 4 sisters. Mary Hewrylok of 
Lake Cowichan. Margaret 
Sonnut of Nanaimo, Gertrude 
Rafter of Seltatr. B.C., and Elian 
McNeil 0 1 Ladysmith. 

Memorial service, Thursday. 
March. 16th at 1:30 p.m. in St. 
Andrews United Church, Port A'- 
berni. Rev. George W. Lindsey of¬ 
ficiating. (Cremation). Flowers are 
declined with tpanks. Those wish¬ 
ing mav contribute to the B.C. 
Cancer Seriety or the B.C. Heart 
nts bv the Memo- 
- C. and FIRST 
ICES LTD. 


• v iiw 

Fund. Arrangements b 
rial Society of B.C. 
MEMORIAL SERVICE 


SOX CAROS OF THANKS 

We are deeply grateful to our 
friends and relatives for their kind 
expressions of sympathy, help, do 
nations, during the recent toss of 
our beloved husband father and 
grandfather. Jeck Field; efso 
thanks to Archdvecon jon^s—L>iy 
Field and family. 


STEWART MONUMENTAL 
Works Ltd. 
ESTABLISHED 1196 
Marble fireplace and taoiefoos 
1403 Mav St. 394-3452 

Memoria 1 of Distinction 


SELL IT 
FAST 
THROUGH 
CLASSIFIED 
DL\L 386-7121 


NOTICE OF INTENTION 
TO SELL 

Notice is hereby given that The j 
Corporation of the City of Victoria I 
intends to dispose of its interest in [ 
the lands and iimprovements ! 

desenoed as being situate in the City 
of Victoria and legally described as 
Lot 3. Section 28. Beckley Farm, Vic¬ 
toria City. Plan 31408 (137 Simcoe 
Street I for $35,000 00. 

Colin F G Crisp 
Assistant Municipal 
Manager. — /: *■"’ 

March-14, W8. 


KILSHAWS 

1115 Fort St. 

AUCTION 

FRIDAY, 7 P.M. 
Estate Ctearanca 
Modem 

FURNISHINGS 

RUGS 

Ranges-Refrtgarator* 
Modern Cheataiilalda 
Recliners ' 
Bedroom Stea. 

8 and 9-pce. 
Walnut Dining Stea. 

Pool Tables 
Occasional Tables 

Over 350 Lota tor 
your Inapectlon 

KILSHAWS 

AUCTIONEERS LTD. 

1115 FORT ST. 

384-6441 
For your or 
guarantRRd appraisal 


CAPITAL REGIONAL DISTRICT 

Pursuant to Section 766AA ot the Municipal Act, the fol¬ 
lowing text of By-law No. 339. cited as "Official Settle¬ 
ment Plan (Western Community) By-law. 1977" is hereby 
published. 

A BY-LAW TO DESIGNATE THE SETTLEMENT 
PLAN FOR THE WESTERN COMMUNITY (CON-> 
TAINED WITHIN THE COLWOOD. LANGFORD 
AND PART OF VIEW ROYAL ELECTORAL AREAS) 
AS THE OFFICIAL SETTLEMENT PLAN FOR THE 
SAID AREA. 

The by-law Includes the following: 

INTRODUCTION 

PART I — BASIC PROVISIONS 

PART1I — SETTLEMENT PLAN POLICIES 

PART III — IMPLEMENTATION OF THE PLAN 

APPENOIX 

TABLES 

MAPS 

PLATES 

APPENOIX PLATES 

A copy ol the complete by-law may be viewed durirf^nof- 
mal working hours, 8:30 a.m. fo 4:30 p.m . Monday to Fri¬ 
day inclusive, holidays excepted, at the offices ol the 
Capital Regional District. 524 Yates Street. Victoria. B C. 

. ' DENNIS A. YOUNG, 

Secretary 


I* 


Public Works 
Canada 


Travaux publics 
Canada 


call 


KILSHAWS 


dLLL- 




INVITATION TO TENDER 

SEALED TENDERS tw the prolects or services 
listed below, addressed to the Head. Tenders and 
Contracts, Pacific Region, Department pf Public 
Works, Caneda, 1110 West Georgia Street. Vancou¬ 
ver, B.C. V6E 3W5 and endorsed with the Proiect 
Name, will be received until the specified closing 
time and date. Tender documents can be obtained 
through the above noted Department of Public 
Works, Vancouver office. . . 


Project 

PR 011438 - Clean end Reoelnt Exterior ■ New Feder¬ 
al Building, 1415 Vancouver Street, Victoria, B.C. 

Tender documents mav also be viewed at Construe- 
tion Plan Service, Burnabv; Amalgamated Construc¬ 
tion Asscn. of B.C. In Vancouver, and Construction 
Asscn. of Victoria. 

Closing Date: 11:00 A.M. PST - 7 APRIL, 1978 


INSTRUCTIONS 

To be considered each tender must be submitted on 
the forms supplied bv the Department and must be 
accompanied by the security specified on the tender 
documents. 

The lowest or any tender not necessarily accept#*. 

N. D. Ladouclqr 

Haa6, Tsndars and Contract* 

Pqclftc Region 




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Hydro spraying in fishery areas 


DAILY COLONIST, Victoria, B.C., Thurs., March 1*. 1878 49 


By STEPHEN III ME 

caaml rwontr 

B.C. Hydro ha* successful¬ 
ly applied to the environ 
ment- ministry to spot-spray 
with the controversial herb! 
ride 2.4-D along transmission 
lines crossing sensitive fi¬ 
sheries areas in Ihe Camp 
bell River and Hold River 
areas. 

Pesticide control commit¬ 
tee chairman Bane Vance 
said Wednesday that Hydro's 
application to spray about U0 
acres in the Campbell River 
and Gold River areas had 
been approved, but that four 


sets of applications for about 
«d other spray sites on Van¬ 
couver Island had been turned 
down because of proximity to 
domestic water supplies 

Some of the approv ed spray 
sitrs along transmission lines 
crass sensitive salmon and 
steelhead runs and domestic 
watersheds including Camp¬ 
bell River. Quinsam River. 
Oyster River. Black Creek 
and Heber River. 

The new $3 million Quin- 
sain salmon and steelhead 
hatchery flows into Campbell 
River. The lleber flows south 
west inloilold River. Vaneou 


ver Island s top steelhead 
river. 

Hydro will be required to 
maintain a 10 metre (about 
U feet) herblclde-free zone 
on ail watercourses, includ¬ 
ing streams and wetland 
areas, because of the toxicity 
of the herbicide. 

The permit is for spot-treat 
ment on alder only, using low 
pressure equipment such as 
back-pack sprayers. Vance 
said. 

He said the spraying 
"would not constitute a great 
hazard to flab.” 

The herbicide will be ap 


piled from May t to Oct. 31 
as a stump treatment after 
slashing. 

Sierra Club Western Cana 
da president Shirley Duncan 
said Wednesday In an Inter¬ 
view from Campbell River 
that the M organizations In 
the Campbell River Environ¬ 
mental Council would meet 
to discuss Hydro's applica¬ 
tion. 

2.4-D (2.4-dlchlorophenox 
yacetic acid) has varying de¬ 
grees of toxicity to fish, birds 
and mammals, according to 
the Report of the 1973 Royal 
Commission of Inquiry into 


the L'se of Pesticides and 
Herbicides and the Forest 
Pesticide Handbook of B.C. 

The principal forest use of 
2,4-0 Is for brush control. 

Vance said the pesticide 
control committee had turned 
down hydro's applications fo 
spray a variety of herbicides 
for weed control on Vancou¬ 
ver Island, because Ihe weed 
targets weren't listed and ap¬ 
plication sites were near do¬ 
mestic water supplies. 

The rejected applications 
will be revised and resubmit 
ted by Hydro, Vance said, 
and were for about 43 loca- 



Ottawa to boost housing 


Ouellet 

...salve for war 


OTTAW A (CP) — Irban Affairs Min¬ 
ister Andre Dueller said Wednesday he 
would announce a total change in direr 
tlun of Ihe federal government's role in 
the housing sector within the next 
month 

Ouellet said at a news conference that 
the federal government would pull nut 
of the pi Stirling and regulation of public 
housing programs, leaving this to Ihe 
provinces and municipalities. 

At the same time he promised to 
double Ihe federal government s finan 
claL commitment to public housing in 
order to get a minimum 30.000 housing 
units for low-income families and senior 


citizens each year for the next rive 
years. 

Uuellet said the measures would go a 
long way tow ard eliminating the type of 
confrontation that spawned the “war of 
words" between himself and Quebec- 
Premier Rene Levesque at last month's 
first ministers' meeting. 

Levesque left the meeting In a huff, 
accusing Ouellet and the Central Mon 
gage and Housing Corp of holding back 
M4 million that had been budgeted for 
public housing In Quebec, merely be 
cause his province was a few dayvjale 
in applying for the funds 

Ouellet said he still felt it was "Que¬ 
bec's lousy administration" which had 


cost Quebec the money, which was to 
have been used for 29 housing projects 
in the prov ince. 

He said he was prepared, hovlever. to 
add the $64 million to the province's 
1978-79 budget "because I want the peo 
pie of Quebec to see a positive gesture 
and I do not believe they should be 
penalized for Quebec's Inefficient bu 
reaucracy." 

Under Ouellel's new system, each 
municipality would decide on its own 
housing priorities and get them ap 
proved by the province. The federal 
government's only responsibility will be 
for prov iding the money 


Hons "all up and down the 
Island.” Including the Dun 
can, ^Nanaimo. Comox. La¬ 
dysmith and Campbell River 
areas. 

About 900 pounds of active 
herbieldal ingredients. In¬ 
cluding 2,4-D. slmazlne and 
atrazine. were Involved in 
the rejected applications, 
Vance said. 

A citizen's report on 2,4-D, 
The Other Face of 2,4-D, pub 
lished by the South Okan¬ 
agan Environmental Coali¬ 
tion. says: "As a biocide. 
2.4-D acts to kill members of 
the broad leafed plant com¬ 
munity. However, because of 
the complexity of the ecosys¬ 
tem In which it operates' the 
effects of this chemical can 
be Aside-ranging. Involving 
many non-target species." 


Farmers call 
for pickets 

ARENA, N-D. (AP) - The 
American Agriculture Move¬ 
ment has called for pickets at 
wholesale food warehouses In 
North Dakota, according to 
Lloyd Wonnenberg of Arena. 
"The action Is meant to show 
that the fanners of America 
still control the food on the 
table,” said .Wonnenberg, 
AAM coordinator In the state. 


Lucky 
Dollar 


FOODS 




PACIFIC TALL TIN 

EVAPORATED 

MILK 


SQUIRREL — 16-oz 

PEANUT 

BUTTER 


CATELLI — 7'..02. 

Macaroni and 3 
Cheese Dinner § 


PERFEX — 64-oz. 


2 i 79 


871 


PAinT and UMUCOVSRinC 

VALUES 

money-savers - MAR. 15th ’til MAR. 25th 


79 


rtnrtA — 0 ^ 02 . 

BLEACH 65 


MISS MEW. ASST. VARIETIES 

CAT J 
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Dave Pitkin’s 


ond) caused a blowout of 10 
panels in his emergency 
chute. 

He said both chutes weigh a 
total of 26 pounds. 

There are three phases to 
skydiving: Accuracy, where 
the jumper tries to land on a 
six-inch disc target: style," 
where the diver is judged by 
the types of manoeuvres he 
does within a given amount of 
time: and group free-fall link 
ups. called “relative work." 

"Our group is particularly 
interested in the relative 
work. Sometimes as many as 
i t jumpers will leave a plane, 
one after the other: then form 


a star by grasping wrists or 
hands, before breaking the 
formation at 3,600 feet and 
free-falling away from the 
pattern before opening 
chutes," he said 

One of the jumpers' most- 
used terms is "wave out" — 
when a skydiver waves his 
hands, indicating the para¬ 
chute will soon billow out. 

Pitkin says a skydiver can 
buy a main and reserve chute 
for $176. But you also need 
boots, a helmet, altimeter, 
gloves and a jumpsuit. "I 
have $1,300 worth of equip¬ 


ment on whenever I jump," he 

said. 

The cost of “getting some 
altitude" (a lift from a spe¬ 
cially licensed plane) is $4.60 
for the first 4.600 feet, then 
60-cenls far every thousand 
feet thereafter, he said. So. to 
get to 10,600 feet elevation 
would cost $7.50. Sometimes 
Pitkin makes four jumps in a 
day. or $30 worth. 

On the lawyer’s red, black 
and gold jumpsuit is a Star 
Crest Recipient patch — 
meaning that he has been In a 
star formation of eight people 
or more. 


skydiving 
for joy of it 


By CRAIG MACDONALD 

Coltntit ChIrt torvKt 

WHUFFO." 

“That’s the word skydlvers 
use to describe the question 
they're most often asked. 

"Everybody wants to know, 
'What for you jump out of 
plane?' ” explained attorney 
Dave Pitkin, one of Southern 
California’s most active sky- 
divers. 

Pitkin, a member of the San 
Diego Skydlvers Club, says 
the answer to "WHUFFO" 
centres around an experience 
that only a jumper can appre¬ 
ciate. 

"Without a doubt, free-fall¬ 
ing (the period prior to pulling 
a ripcord) is the greatest feel¬ 
ing in the world. It makes you 
feel like a bird." said the man 
who has used his reserve 
i emergency) chute and has 
broken his right leg in this 
\» unusual hobby. 

"Skydiving is really a safe 
sport, but you have to have 
your head on straight. Some¬ 
times I go out and just don't 
feel like skydiving, so I 
don't," Pitkin says. 

A veteran of more than 200 
jumps, including night dives 
and intentional lake landings, 
Pitkin claims that one of 
every 25 students make a sec¬ 
ond jump and only one of 100 
skydiving students make 
more than 100 jumps. 


He said that after six hours 
of Instruction, the divtng stu¬ 
dent actually takes a first 
jump, but the plane pulls the 
ripcord for the Jumper 

"When you finally take your 
first free-fall, you think, ‘If I 
don't pull this ripcord I’m 
dead,’ " said the man who has 
been a Jumper since )$72. 
"Once you've made that first 
free-fall, you gain a tremen¬ 
dous amount of confidence." 

Pitkin’s wife, Melissa, and 
16-year-old son, David, also 
participate in one of the 
speediest hobbies around. He 
said skydlvers free-fall at a 
speed of about 130 mph in a 
prone frog position. However, 
if one dives head first, speeds 
go above 200 mph. 

He uses two chutes — one. a 
high-performance main de¬ 
scent chute 14 feet wide and 10 
feet deep. When dropping 
from 10,600 or 13,000 feet he 
usually opens the canopy at 
2^00 feet. 

Of utmost importance to 
Jumpers is the reserve chute. 
Pitkin's is 20 feet in diameter. 
It is specially parked by a 
Federal Aviation Administra¬ 
tion rigger. 

_ Once, when Pitkin pulled 
'the main chute and nothing 
happened, he pulled the re¬ 
serve ripcord at only an ele¬ 
vation of 400 feet. The chute 
opened but the speed he was 
travelling (176 feet per sec¬ 


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Pitkin, left, follows other club members 
just before forming free-falling star 

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By ROBERT LAURENCE 
(olonist-Cpptey Service 

HOLLYWOOD — TV Bar¬ 
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Presley be reborn as a 
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required of him 
He could not slop eating his 
beloved deep-fried peanut 
butter sandw iches. nor could 
he give up the drugs around 
which his life at last re 
solved. Presley's long-time 




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DAILY' COLO.'ijT, Victoria, B.C . Tlturs. March 16, 197S 51 

- A 


bodyguard Sonny West said 
In an interview 

Weat. a heavy, raw-boned 
man whose’long hair and 
beard are neatly trimmed, 
was promoting Givis What 
Happened’’, the memoir 
written bv Steve Dunleavy 
about the experiences shared 
by West, his cousin Red West, 
and Dave Hebler during their 
years In the Presley entou 
rage. 

Published Just prior to 
Presley’* death last August, 
the paperback deals with the 



Sonny West. . . ‘Elvis flipped out’ 


often dark private Ufa of the 
performer. 

It deuila his aometlmes 
violent explosions of temper, 
his dependence on various 
kinds of pills to keep himself 
going, and what they saw of 
his abuses of those around 
him. 

West described Presley as 
an essentially tragic figure. 

| . beloved by millions of people 
around the world, but pain¬ 
fully unsure of his ability to 
control his own person 

"Barbra Streisand and Jon 
Peters (Streisand's compart 
ion and eventual producer of 
the film) came to Elvis and 
offered him the part that 
later went to Kris Krlstoffer 
son In A Star Is Born, West 
said. "They spent hours talk¬ 
ing about it. and Elvis just 
flipped out over the idea. He 
really wanted to do it. 

“He knew it would require 
him to drop 25 pounds, and to 
quit taking all,those pills — 
he was on downers at that 
time — that he was alwaysr 
taking. This was a new chal¬ 
lenge for him. This was' 
gonna get him back to it. We 
all shook hands with him on 
it. and it all looked great. 

"Then a few days later, he 
started saying things about 
it. He’d say. ’That damn 
woman (Streisand) has a 
way of making every picture 
J>e her picture.’ And he'd say 
things about Peters. But, he 
wasn't really worried about 
Streisand. 

"He was Insecure about 
what he could do about the 
drugs and his weight. He 


started backing off of it. I 
heard later that Col. Tom 
Parker (Presley’s manager) 
had asked for tl million up 
front, and they didn't have it 
to give. All they could offer 
was a percentage, but I don't 
know about that. 

"But I do believe that if he 
had done A Star Is Born, he 
would be alive today. During 
the weeks before shooting, 
and during shooting, and af¬ 
terward when they'd be re¬ 
shooting. he would've had to 
keep himself straight that 
whole time. And once he had 
done it. he would know he 
could do it." 

But tty the time of his dealh 
Presley, who West said ale 
deep-fried peanut butter 
sandwiches three or four at a 
time and took cocaine to give 
himself a quick burst of en¬ 
ergy before going onstage, 
weighed 240 pounds, well 
above his best weight of 179. 
Presley’s physician reported 
his weight at the time of his 
death at 175. But another re¬ 
port estimated that he was 30 
pounds overweight. 

One day in 1976 Sonny and 
Red West and Hebler were 
informed by Vernon Presley.> 
father of the star, that they 
were being fired from their 
jobs as bodyguards and all- 
around aides de camp. 

"f had been working for 
him for 16 years, and Red 
even stood up for Elvis in 
high school againstjliose bul¬ 
lies who were after him be¬ 
cause of his long hair. Then 
we were fired with three days 
notice and one week's pay 
ater ail those years." he said. 


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Classic paperweights 


By MARILYN HOFFMAN 


NEW YORK - In the 19th 
century gls.ssmakera deve¬ 
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dramatically different types 
of glasx. The technical and ar¬ 
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New York Public Library. 
The exhibit will move on to the 
Corning Museum of Glass in 
Corning, N.Y., to be shown 
between April 20 and Oct. 21. 

These classic paperweights 
come from private collections 
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world. In 1853 "paperweights 
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great taste." 

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Glass Co. and the Boston & 
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wights were made by the Gil- 
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during the decade 1861-71. 

Paperweight collecting 
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weights began, and collectors 
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thor Colette. After the Second 
World War the real boom in 
collecting began and with it 
the rise in prices. In 1970 Olga 
Drexel Dahlgren's now fa¬ 
mous lily-of-the-valley on 
translucent red ground 
fetched 920.400. She had 
bought it for less than $100 in 
1930. 

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prices for the finer weights 


rising sharply, but the marfcef 
Is shrinking. Many fine col¬ 
lections have been given to 
museums, thus removing 
them from the marketplace. 

A classic paperweight, as 
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log of The Great Paperw eight 
Show, is "characterised by 
an ordel.v mlllefiori or lamp- 
worked design set low near 
the weight of the base and 
.covered by a magnifying 
dome of clear glass, usually a 
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Court gives two 
a day in jail 

Two person* were given nominal one-day jail sen¬ 
tences Jn Victoria county court Wednesday. 1 

After 4 4 hours deliberation, a jury found William 
Joseph Carnegie. 22, not guilty of indecent assaulbpn 
a woman but guilty of tlje lesser offence of common 
assault. He had spent two months in custody awaiting 
trial. 

Karen Fleming. 24, was placed on probation for 
one,year for trafficking one capsule of heroin to an 
undercover policeman. Judge Montague Drake said 
the circumstances were "most unusual” and she was 
"one of those rare people able to clean up her act” 
after hearing that she had changed her lifestyle and 
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ST. JEROME, Que (L’PI) — Three armed convicts 
holding six prison employees hostage for a week—the Ion- 
gest incident of its type In Cnnadian history—have "modi¬ 
fied'' their bargaining demands, a Quebec Police Force 
spokesman said Wednesday as two negotiators made an¬ 
other unexplained mission to Montreal. 

The negotiators, attorney Robert LaHaye and crlma re¬ 
porter Claude Poirier, resumed talks with the three 
convicts immediately aftrr their four-hour helicopter trip. 

The Quebec Police Force maintained silence on the 
reason for the latest Montreal visit, as they did on the two 
trips earlier this week. 

But a QPF spokesman said without elaborating, "Their 
(Ihe convicts’) demands have been modified through the 
negotiations.” • 

The last known demands by the trio were tor Sioo.oon 
flight to a country from which they cuuld not be extradited 
and the transfer to Quebec prisons of about a dozen pris¬ 
oners held in other Canadian jails. 

During a previous Montreal trip. Ihe two negotiators 
were spotted entering a building in which a passport 
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passage out of the country figured strongly in the bar¬ 
gaining. 

In one of his few comments on the hostage episode. 
Poirier appealed through the Montreal radio station where 
he works. CKVL, for a cessation of public abuse on the 
hostage-takers that has been broadcast by some stations. 

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Electric step 
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jazz surprise 

By DAVID STERRITT 

(olonist-Moqitor News Service 

NEW YORK—The news took jazzdom by sur¬ 
prise—Stan Getz goes electric! Not the move you'd 
expect from a stralght-on sax player whose main 
trademark has been an ungimmicked melodiousness. 

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Though his next record 
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lumbia) will Include an eight- 
minute solo for sax and 
"echoplex." his on-stage 
work uses the barest sugges¬ 
tion of such new-fangled 
stuff, for a simple reason. "I 
still don't have it down yet— 
how to make those echoes 
come out even-sounding!" 

This new direction came 
unexpectedly for Getz, w hose 
career started three decades 
ago and hit its highest popu 
larlty with The Girl From 
lpanema and the bossa-nova 
craze. 

"We were making a record 
ing in Switzerland, and they 
had all this gear at the studio, 
and we started to mess 
around with it. someone 
dared me to try it. and it 
turned out to be fun—building 
chords on lop of notes, and 
Interesting things like that.’ 1 

During a recent Interview, 

I asked Getz if he had any 
misgivings about his echo¬ 
plex. considering that Jazz 
traditionaly has been a very 
direct and intimate art. "My 
only misgiving is that it's a 
pain in the neck to carry the 
machinery around." he said, 
smiling. 

Then he thought a bit and 
continued, “Jazz is an inno¬ 
vative art: Anything you can 
do to make music in jazz, you 
might as well do. If you want 
to play a kazoo, or spoons, or 
any sound that'll make jazz— 
if it'll swing, that's the name 
of the game 

"Jazz doesn't need elec¬ 
tronics to exist, so it'll be up 
to the individual performer to 
choose the road he wants to 
'jto on. I choose the road of 
doing both, with electronics 


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and withoul. 
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Why not taste 


Does such gadgelry de¬ 
mand a new musical ap¬ 
proach on the player's parr 
"You still have the same mu¬ 
sical brain and taste,"-says 
Getz. “All you have to do Is 
listen to what you're playing 
and add on top of it. It's a 
complete fun thing—not a 
matter of Jazz, bat of music! 
It's composing at the mo¬ 
ment. and that's what I like 
about it: It's a lazy man's 
way to compose.” 

In recent years, some mu¬ 
sicians have railed at the 
term jazz, claiming such ter¬ 
minology puts music in arbi¬ 
trary pigeonholes. Getz 
snorts at such an idea 

"The word jazz means 
freedom in music." he says. 
‘•It means everybody who 
wants to Improvise in an im¬ 
promptu way. I love Ihe word 
jazz. I like the sound of it. 
first of all. and it encom¬ 
passes our whole American 
art form. I'm not trying to 
raise jazz above what it is; 
it s naturally an art form, 
even though a lot of people 
don’t realize It. 

"Saying It's not jazz but 
rather 'contemporary Ameri¬ 
can music' is hogwash. It's 
jazz—something that was in¬ 
vented by Negroes in New 
Orleans apfhe turn of the 
century, using a combination 
of European harmonies and 
African tribal rhythms. 

“It started a whole new 
way of thinking: there's a 
whole new part of the human 
brain that's being tested 
these days—the alpha waves 
are being used more in 
human beings. You're able to 
create a work of art spontan¬ 
eously. And my using this in 
music is related to jazz. Im¬ 
provisation Is w hat gives jazz 
ils life: otherwise it'd be¬ 
come pretty stagnant." 


and seen first hand how in¬ 
terested other nations are in 
jazz—as during his group's 
recent tours of Israel and 
northern Europe. 

As a man who has worked 
his way through a good part 
of jazz history, and refined 
his art to a very delicate point 
in the process, Getz is a good 
man to ask about the two 

faces of jazz, as street art and 
intellectual experience. 

"It started as a street art," 
he muses. "But people finally 
realized this street art-has 
something to say. that can 
be said in other places than 
the street. You're actually 
watching people create off 
the lops of their heads, going 
.into the alpha state, which is 
passive creativity or relaxed 
concentration. You're seeing 
it be done before your eyes, 
so I don't know if I'd want to 
play in the streets . . ." 

Very well, but does jazz 

_lend to lose in energy as it 

gains in cerebral depth? 
"That’s a fine point. It should 
tend to become more cere¬ 
bral. but not to the point 
w here it’s overly so. It should 
be thoughtful, but still swing. 
And there are moments when 
it should stop swinging and 
become purely thoughtful, 
and vice versa. It expresses a 
wide range of human emo¬ 
tions. which is what any good 
art is supposed to do." 

In the past. Getz's personal 
life—complete with reports 
of drug and alcohol abuse- 
have received some going 
over in the press. But those 
days are long behind him, 
and he sounds almost father¬ 
ly as he boasts that neither he 
nor any of his young sidemen 
drinks or uses drugs. "The 
young cats today are smart." 
he insists. “They learned 
from the mistakes of my gen¬ 
eration. from people who 
burned themselves out like 
Charlie Parker..” 


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characterize his music, and 
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searching for a particular 
point. I just want good music 
for the moment. I don't have 
a goal; I don't see any future. 

I just see music as it is today. 

"My music is naturally 
commercial," he smiles. "It 
gets to people whether they 
know anything about it or not. 
Many people say 1 was their 
Introduction to jazz. My 
music is uncomplicated, very 
direct. I don't hokey it up." 

As for the ever-present 
sound of rock. Getz says. "It 
lowered taste for many 
years. But now people are 
getting tired of it. Thatxj. 
made a boom in jazz, so I 
can'f complain." 

l.ooking at jazz from his 
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the healthiest it's ever been. 
Most of the great musicians 
are still alive, and their 
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Ridings shift has heads pounding 


OTTAWA (CP) — It took the 
Commons only a few moments 
last Week to approve chances In 
the names of nine federal ridings. 

But the move created Just an¬ 
other headache for Chief Elector¬ 
al Officer Jean-Marc Mamel and 
his staff. 

The changes mean that elector¬ 
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general election many expect this 
year will have to be scrapped and 
new ones prepared and printed. 


Several publications pfat out by 
Hamel’s staff also must be re¬ 
vised. These Include street guides 
to inform voters tn large cities 
such as Toronto. Montreal and 
Vancouver tat srbat riding they are 
entitled to vote—required because 
so many ridings are located In 
such cities. 

Another guide is also prepared 
to enable Canadian Forces and 
public service employees to know 
the riding In which they can vote 


when they are out of the country 

The extra prork for the Hamel 
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Prime Minlstnr-Trudeau has 
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ridings tor mid-October but many r 
expect Trndeau to call a general 
vote before then. 

But Hamel and his staff must 
assume that the byelectlona will 
lake place. The work will go down 


the drain if a general election is 
called before October. • J 

Meanwhile, the three months 
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Valerie Sause, 18, of Southfield, is demanding $1 
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DAILY COLONIST, Victor!*, B.C.. Thurs., March 1«. 197* 57 


Moluccans 
following 
vain dream 


JAKARTA (AP) — A festering dream handed down 
from their fathers drives the Netherlands' South Moluccan 
terrorists In their quesl for ihe Independence of a homeland 
many of them have never seen. 

The young militants whose latest hostage-taking raid In 
Assen was crushed by Dutch marines are the offspring of 
native veteran* of the Dutch army who left the South 
Moluccan Islands of Indonesia for the Netherlands in 1950. 

They hoped Dutch Intervention would allow them to 
return to a homeland free of Indonesia, and their children 
persevere. In what now seems a hopeless cause. 

The homeland is the Impoverished Spice Islands in 
eastern Indonesia. 

South Moluccans differ ethnically and culturally from 
most other Indonesian/ to per cent of whom are Moslem. 
Most of the million plus Spice Islanders are Christians. 

What sets the exiled hard cor* apart from others 
back home Is the collaboration of their forefathers in 300 
years of colonial rule in the former Netherlands East Indies. 


FAMED WARRIOR PROWESS 

Celebrated for their prowess as warriors, generations of 
Moluccans served the Dutch as Gurkhas served the British. 

When Indonesia declared It* Independence in 1945. some 
Moluccans demanded autonomy on grounds of cultural and 
ethnic differences from the predominant Javanese. 

The Spice Islands agreed to co-operate with Jakarta 
only after bring promised much autonomy. This faded when 
the United States of Indonesia was created In 1949. 

Jakarta's aim was to establish Its authority. When a 
government "pacification" force was sent to the neighbor¬ 
ing Celebes Islands, veterans oftbe Dutch colonial army In 
Ambon reacted by declaring a Republic of South Moluccas. 

Indonesian troops occupied the capital, Ambon, and 
Moluccan leaders and several hundred followers fled north 
to a larger island. 

Other Spice Islanders counted on the Dutch to help them 
return to an Independent homeland. 

REDUCED TO A FOOTNOTE 

Indonesia seized the last of the secessionist guerrillas 
more than 10 years ago, and the South Mollucan republic 
seemed likely to be remembered only as a historical foot¬ 
note. 

Instead, the dream festered until a second generation of 
unassimilated Moluccans turned to violence in the last few 

years. 

The Indonesian government last year organized trips 
for young members of the Moluccan community to see their 
Islands. 

Jakarta would welcome the return of those living in the 
Netherlands, said Noes Sollssa. one of two Moluccans who 
made a three-week inspection trip. 

"Not only the authorities support this idea, but also the 
man in the street. They see us as brothers,” Solissa said. 

In the latest case, the terrorists originally threatened to 
start killing their captives at 2 p.m. Tuesday if the Dutch did 
not meet their demands: the release of 21 comrades 
jailed after the terror action last summer and one in 1973, a 
plane out of the country and a $l3-million ransom. 

CHANGED THEIR DEMANDS 

But Justice Minister Job de Ruiter, speaking to parlia¬ 
ment in The Hague after the siege ended, said the gunmen 
demanded that two South Moluccan community leaders 
be sent in as go-betweens. 

"If the government didn't meet theTr demand^ they 
said they would begin killing two hostages each half- 
hour. starting at 2:30 pm, half an hour after the deadline 
they set," the minister said. 

De Ruiter said they threatened to kill all the hostages— 
33 men and 16 women ranging in age from 18 to 63—If they 
spotted a marine near the building. 

"It didn't seem likely to us that we would succeed in 
buying time,” he declared. He said that at 2 p.m., 
the t government had telephone contact with the South Mo- 
luccahs and the situation appeared "very serious." 

Premier Andries. van Agt told legislators the hostages 
would have faced “jp-eat risks" had the marines not gone in, 
and added, "We deeply regret that it was necessary to end 
this action in this manner, but a peaceful ending was an 
impossibility.” _ 



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In the preparation of these columns. 

I always try to keep In mind Ibe novice 
gardener, and w henever possible. I try 
lo avoid technical terms which might be 
confusing or incomprehensible to the 
beginner 

Well, 1 goofed 

Several readers have enmplained 
that in my recent series on dahlias. I 
used a lot of descriptive terms which 
had no meaning whatever for them — 
terms such as formal decorative and 
semi-cactus. To clear the record. 1 had ^ 
better explain. 

Modern dahlias are classified Into 
divisions, each division representing a 
different type or shape of flower. In the 
flower shows, and in particular in the 
specialist dahlia tdiows. a dahlia com¬ 
petes with other fiahlias in the same 
Hass or division, just as in a dog show 
fox terriers compete against other fox 
terriers, not against setters or collies. 

Formal decorative is the term used 
for blooms which resemble a fully deu 
ble peony, with petals broad and more 
or less 6at and^overlapping. and with 
blunt or rounded points. When seed 
catalogues refer to "dahlia flowered 
Zinnias." they are referring to flowers 
with these characteristics. 

Informal decorative is similar but 
with petals a little narrower, less over¬ 
lapping. less regular in appearance, 
longer and often slightly twisted. 


The cactus class of dahlias has shag¬ 
gy flowers, fully double, with thin, 
somewhat tubular or "quilled" petals, 
often Incurved like a hothouse chrysan 
themum. and oflen quite spidery in 
appearance. The term ‘‘Urinated." 
often used In connection with cactus 
dahlias, means the petal tips are divid¬ 
ed or fringed, adding to the general 
shagginess. 

Flowers in the semi-cactus class 
have broader and less pointed petals 
and a somewhat less shaggy appear 

ance 

Ball fohlias, as the name implies, 
have ball-shaped or globular flowers. 

• fully double, and are always four inche» 
or more In diameter. If a globular flow¬ 
er is less than four Inches across, it is 
automatically placed in (he pom pom 
class. 

The ball and pom pom dahlia flow¬ 
ers. while small, are becoming increas¬ 
ingly popular because of their excel¬ 
lence as cut flowers and for the unique 
effect they confer on a floral arrange 
menl. The plants that bear these small 
flowers are just as tall and take up just 
as much garden space as their enor¬ 
mous mop-headed brothers. 

Most of the kinds favored by the 
dahlia specialists and the exhibitors 
stand around five feet tall, but in recent 
years several shorter forms have been 
developed. The cut-flower dahlias, for 


Arthur 

Hoppe 


As an ace newsman, the 
question I am constantly 
asked at cocktail parties is, 
“Why don't newspapers print 
more important news?” I 
usually dismiss the subject 
by saying it’s probSbly just 
another international con¬ 
spiracy. But the truth of the 
matter is that I don't know. 

Take the other day. “How's 
it going, Al?" I said to the 
driver as I boarded the 41 
bus. 

"Not bad," Al said. "But 
I'm a little worried about 
Russian intervention in the 
Ethiopia-Somalia conflict on 
the Horn of Africa this morn¬ 
ing." 

“Can't say as I blame 
you," I said, taking a seat. 
“Now that Ethiopian strong¬ 
man Haile Mariam Mengitsu 
openly boasts that Cuban 
troops are fighting in the 
front lines, it sure looks bad 
for the freedom-loving peo- 


Sydney 

Harris 


Thoughts at Large: 

• The vulgar and contemptible 
theory that wars are regularly neces¬ 
sary “in order to keep down world 
population” ignores the obvious fact 
that war kills off the youngest and fit¬ 
test, thus debasing the gene-pool of the 
human species. (If we sent the oldest 
and sickliest, who foment wars, it might 
make some genetic and social sense.) 

• In almost all activities, as long 
as you have to think about what you're 
doing, you’re not doing it very well. 

• Inveterate name droppers ap¬ 
parently have never absorbed the truth 
of Somerset Maugham's remark: “The 
prestige you acquire by being able to 
tell your friends that you know famous 
men proves only that you are yourself of 
small account.” 

• The intelligent are persuaded 
by arguments they can understand; (he * 

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instance, stand only 3 to 3*4 foot In 
height, making compact, free-flower 
ing, early blooming plants 

Even newer Is a class known as 
double dwarf bedders. making plants t2 
to 13 Inches tall, neat and compact, 
highly suitable for formal bedding and 
planters The flowers are surprisingly 
large for sueh small plants, often 3 to 3 
inches in diameter. _ 

The Mignon dahlias are single-flow¬ 
ered and daisy-like, with a simple, 
homely charm of tbeteown. The Anemo 
ne and Collarette kinds are what you 
might call semi-double, with a ring of 
wide guard petals surrounding a quilled 
centre. 

All the kinds I have mentioned are 
grown ordinarily from tubers pur¬ 
chased under their v ariety name. There 
are several strains, however, which are 
quite easy to grow from seed and which 
come into bloom early enough to be used 
as bedding plants 

The Coltness Gems are single-flow 
ered dwarfs standing 12 inches tall, 
while Unwin's Dwarf come in mixed 
singles and doubles, blooming in about 
90 days from seed. Unwin's Extra 
Dwarf are shorter still, about 16 Inches 
as against 24 Inches for Unwin's Dwarf. 
These have been known to bloom as 
early as Dominion Day when given an 
'early start indoors or under glass. 




pies of the Ogaden.” 

* * * 

The fat lady next to me 
with the little dog on her lap 
stirred. “Well at least Pre¬ 
mier Ian Smith has signed an 
interim agreement In Rhode¬ 
sia with Bishop Abel Mu- 
zorewa. the Reverend Nda- 
baningi Sithole and Senator 
Jeremiah Chirau,” she said 
jovially. 

An old man across the aisle 
in a long black overcoat and 
tennis shoes snorted. "That's 
easy for you to say," he 
snapped. “But do you realize 
the dollar has fallen lo a rec¬ 
ord low in relationship to 
other Western currencies, 
causing consternation and 
panic among our allies and 
imperiling the very fabric of 
the NATO alliance?" 

“No, I didn't," said the fat 
lady contritely. “I guess I 
1 was just too darned worried 
that the Senate Banking 
Committee wouldn't confirm 


G. William Miller as head of 
the SEC because Hassan Sa¬ 
fari. a former Iranian offi¬ 
cial, said he told three Bell 
officials in 1967 that Air 
Force General Mohammed 
Khatemi had an interest in 
Air Taxi, a company that Bell 
paid $2.9 million when it won 
a lucrative contract from the 
Iranian Air Force. But I don't 
think Mr. Miller, who was 
head of Bell's parent com¬ 
pany, Textron, knew any¬ 
thing about it.V 

"Boy. are ydu a Polyan- 
na!" cried the old man. 
"Next you'll be saying you 
think the two-months-old Bel¬ 
grade Conference on East- 
West Co-operation, which 
ended today, was a success 
even though the Russians 
blocked any mention of 
human rights in the final 
statement.” 

“I will not," sobbed the fat 
lady, breaking into tears 

An angry young man with 


"Born to Lose" tattooed on 
his knuckles was on his feet, 
switchblade in hand. "Leave 
her alone! ” he shouted at the 
old man. "Can't you see she's 
been driven to distraction 
over whether Congress will 
support the president's pro¬ 
posed revisions in the federal 
impact aid program in his 
new $6.9 billion education 
bill?” 

it it' it 

At this pointi the bus 
screeched to the curb and Al 
jumped out yelling for the 
police. 

Being a Coward, I buried 
my nose in my newspaper. 
What did I see? “Coed Chaiitx 
Fiance to Bed as Love Slave 
— 72 Hours of Sexual Abuse." 

Really! Who cares? If the 
newspapers don't wise up and 
start devoting more space to 
the important stories lhat in¬ 
terest us readers, they're not 
going to last long. 




stupid are swayed by arguments they 
cannot comprehend. 

• The worst kind of "success” Is 
lhat which depends on what you did last, 
and where no credit accrues to you for 
earlier triumphs; in such fields, no 
sense of security is built up to shore 
against depression, and we find (he 
highest rate of drug-taking, suicide, and 
breakdown. 

• It is man's crippling limitation 
that he cannot invent a truth, he can 
only discover one; all we can invent are 

lies. 

• The two greatest threats to any 
society ape order and disorder — and 
most societies reel from Hie excesses of 
the one into the arms of the other. 
(Germany’s history ought to warn us 
about the dangers of a "law and order" 
philosophy.) 

• No vocation is "glamorouj" 
when you have done it long enough or 
hard enough; in Its own way, each task 


in the world becomes as routinized as 
washing windows or tuning pianos on a 
day-to-day basis. 

• The most dangerous trend in 
America today is the "politicization" of 
prisoners, who have convinced them 
selves that they are not "criminals" but 
victims of social injustice; for there is 
enough of a grain of truth in their 
conviction to spark a wholesale rev oil 

• Strange how the wit who is 
satisfied with his sallies lacks the wit lo 
perceive how they injure him more titan 
others. 

• Young people find it nearly im 

possible to conceive of their parents as 
ever having been young; but this is 
because they find it just as hard lo 
conceive of themselves as ever being 
old. . ' 

• It is the ultimate paradox ol 
poverty that the poor are belter off 
living in a poor country than in a rich 
one. (It costs less.) 


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Don't generalize from iso¬ 
lated particulars. 

Too many people draw ir¬ 
responsible conclusions from 
individual experiences. Hav¬ 
ing had a bad run-in with a 
human being of another faith, 
they conclude erroneously 
thai all people of that failii 
are as bad as (he one. or Iwo. 
Ihal Jticy have met. 

Human beings, even (hose 
of (he same faith or cultural 
background, differ broadly, 
each from the other. They 
must be judged on no other 
basis that what they are 
themselves. Many people 
falsely believe that members 
of groups other than their 
own “are all alike." - 

The late Dr. Stephen Wise 
once joc ularly replied to such 
nonsense by suggesting, as 
regards his own group. Ihal 
"the only thing lhat two peo¬ 
ple ran easily agree upon is 
what the third should give to 
charity." 

What is true of Jews, in this 
respect, is equally Irue of 
Catholics. Protestants. Mos¬ 
lems, or,agnostics. 


Don't underestimate your 
neighbor. 

As proponents of demoera 
cy we surely do not agree 
with the political and social 
doctrines of the Russian peo 
pie. Bui this should not sug 
gest (he absurdity that only 
the Western peoples have ad 
vanced scientifically and 
technologically — and not the 
people behind the Iron Cur¬ 
tain. 

Many of us have sue 
cumbed to the false notion 
that when we deride the next 
fellow, we automatically in¬ 
flate ourselves. We have re¬ 
cently discovered, lo our mis¬ 
fortune, that the West does 
not gain when it simply ite¬ 
rates the East. 

The West can only advance 
when ibis prepared to accept 
what others can do because It 
has confidence in what it it¬ 
self can do. This truth applies 
with equal force to the people 
who make up our own com¬ 
munities. Don't talk them 
down believing that you are 
talking yourself up. 

Don't ask more for yourself 


than you are willing to extend 
to others. 

We have the unhappy facul 
ty of demanding Quality 
when we seek it; yet we act 
as though we were "more 
equal" lhan others. 

The well known quotation 
of the Rook of lev Ulcus has 
been translated from the He¬ 
brew as "Love thy neighbor 


as thyself." The original text 
really reads; “‘Love thy 
neighbor, he is as you are." 

If he is as you are, then 
surely you are as he is. If you 
want liberty, affection, and 
respect for yourself, you 
must be prepared to offer it in 
equal measure lo those 
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according to GUINNESS 

The palm for the most determined attempt to be lest in the Meet 
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Sen Francisco He outdid the pwevioOs entrant who was a mere 
Zeke Zzzypt of Chicago. In Los 
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Election fever dogs senator’s retirement study 


.OTTAWA (CP) — Two 
fears are preventing Senator 
David Croll from moving 
full-itaam ahead on his 
major Investigation into 
aging and retirement. 

One is that an election will 


get in his way. The other is 
that the govemmept may not 
vote him the money he needs. 

Nothing would please the 
Liberal Ontario Senator more 
than to get rolling. He said In 
an interview this week that 






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he and his small group of re¬ 
searchers had complied con¬ 
siderable material, but the 
study had aot officially 
begun. 

It cannot, until the govern 
ment tells Croll what his bud- 
get Is to be 

And It will not. until Croll 
finds out whether the election 
he it anticipating will be 
called In the next few weeks. 
He aeys that could delay his 
study for at much as six 
months. 

“You can t do anything 
•filling *" election.” QroU 
said. “Nobody’s around. In 
fact it would probably be a 
good three months after an 
election before we could real¬ 
ly get going.” 

Since the Senate gave Its 
approval to the Investigation 
early In January. Croll has 
been anxious to gather the 
committee that will tour 
towns and cities across the 
country, asking people what 
they think of mandatory re¬ 
tirement at 65 years of age. 

The committee was to have 
been this month, but so far all 
Croll and Ills group have been 
able to do is read studies, 
discuss plans—and wait. 

Croll, 77, thinks there is age 
discrimination in Canada— 
that people are being forced 
out of the labor market, 
whether they can still per¬ 
form or not, merely because 
they happen (o be 65 years 
old. 

He also thinks It's time for 
the country to take a compre¬ 
hensive look at pensions 

Can Canadians afford to re¬ 
tire? Will the country be ablt 
to afford the burden of its 
growing proportion of pen¬ 
sioners in the years ahead? 

Croll hopes to present, his 
completed study to the gov¬ 
ernment within 16 months. 

This Is not the senator’s 
first study on aging. In IMS, 


Whisky laws 
on the rails 


BRUSSELS (AP) - One 
cannot have a whisky before 
lunch on the trans-European 
express to Paris, but can 
have a brandy afterward If 
one is coming ffom Paris, one 
can have the whisky, but not 
the post-lunch brandy. By 
law. hard liquor cannot be 
served in Belgium except In 
private homes or clubs. The 


he compiled a report on prob¬ 
lems of the aged which re¬ 
acted in a lower eligibility 
age for pension benefits and a 
guaranteed Income supple¬ 
ment for which pensioners 
now may apply, if they can¬ 


not support themselves on 
their old age security pay¬ 
ment alone 

His next study will examine 
what Croll calls the "revolt 
for work" amongst Canada’s 
elderly. •- 


A similar movement In the 
United States has been called 
Grey Rights Drive. Croll said 
he was watching U.S. de¬ 
velopments carefully. 

He hopes his committee 
will be able to recommend a 


more flexible approach to the 
retirement Issue. He would 
like to see a system under 
which a citizen would be able 
to choose at age (5 whether to 
retire or keep working. 

The issue will increase in 


urgency the longer it is left on 

a back burner because the 
average lifespan is htcreas 
ing and (he proportion of el 
derly people in the population 
is growing each year, Croll 
say». 


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was directed by Bradley Greenberg, com 
munlcatioos professor at Michigan State, 
and graduate student Carlos Fernandez-Col¬ 
lado. 

They analyzed 1176-77 prime-time and Sat¬ 
urday morning dramatic television series. 

The study found intimate sexual behavior 
was presented at a rate of 2.7 Incidents per 


YOUNG VIEW SEX 
40 TIMES A WEEK 


EAST LANSING. Mich. (UPI) — Children 
-ee implied or explicit sexual acts 30 to 40 
times and Incidents of alcohol use up to SO 
times In a typical television viewing week, 
two Michigan State University researchers 
say. 

The study, entitled Substance Use and 
Sexual Intimacy on Commercial Television. 


hour between 0 p.m. and It p.m. and oc¬ 
curred seven times as often between unmar 
rleds than husband and wife. » 

Alcohol consumption, the researchers 
said, was shown almost 1.3 times per hour 
during prime time, a rate twice that of the 0 
p.m. to > p.m. family hour. 

In crime shows, alcohol use increased to 


four incidents per hour but decreased to 2.3 
during family drama shows and 1.3 during 
situation comedies. / 

Saturday morning shows depicted no Inti¬ 
mate sex behavior or alcohol consumption, 
the study showed. However, those shows 
accounted for )ust a small portion of chil¬ 
dren's viewing week, the researchers said. 


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Don’t eat lead-laced snow, either 


DAILY COLONIST. Victoria. B C., Thun , March 16. 1(78 63 

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Warning: Icicles can be dangerous to health 


PHILADELPHIA (UP!) - 
Katin* mow and licking in 
clcs can be harmhil.npeclal 
Ij M you're a city child In the 

UA 

Thh Is the conclusion of 
two Temple University scten 

tlris who analysed snow that 


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fell during Philadelphia's 
near-record Peb. II snew- 
a ta r iL 

Dr. Gedrge Myer. an en¬ 
vironmental geologist, arid 
Dr. David GrandstafT. a geo¬ 
chemist, said In their report 
that the snow was heavily 
' laced with load, a cumulative 
poison. 

“Levels of lead In the mew 

we collected (resit to M 
times greater than (he water 
standard set by the Environ 
mental Protection Agency. 


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and op to It times greater 
than levels found In PhllMfel- 
phla's drinking water," said 
Dr. Myer. 

“A small percentage of the 
pollution found In snow can 
he traced to Indnatrial dis¬ 
charge, particnlarly from 
paint factories, but by lar the 
largest pari — more than M 
per turn — caa be traced 
directly to the lead In aoto- 
motMIe gasoline, released 
through exhaust fumes and 
trapped in snow 

The lead is trapped while 
the snow Is falling, say the 
scientist*, and continues lo 


collect microscopic particles 
as It lies on the ground. 

"The toxicity Is worse in 
urban areas, of course, but 
even la remote rural areas, - 
the lead content in the en¬ 
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dangerous." Myers said 

Parents should want their 
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Is. or In snow cones, they 
said. 

"Icicles are even more 
dangerous because they con- 
tala the concentrated essence 
of drippings which in Turn 
have gathered impurities in 
the form of run-off from 




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"The lead you absorbed II 
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Inmates want 
ldok at files 

OTTAWA (CP) — A "voluminous" number of federal 
prisoners have applied under the Canadian Human Rights 
Act for a look at their personal flies, says Solicitor-General 
Jean-Jacques Blais. . 

Blais told the Commons Justice committee he was aware 
of the concern of prison employees who have contributed to 
the flies, which have always been kept from the prisoners. 

Committee chairman Liberal Mark MacGulgan said 
many employees had been In touch with MPs to express 
their concern. They were "greatly troubled." 

The appilcaliowa have been made since the act came 
into force March 1. 

Blais said Penitentiary Commissioner Donald Yeomans 
had sent a memo to prison employees to ensure that the 
applications didn't “hinder” routine 

Meanwhile, he expected to be able lo tell the committee 
April 4 what position the penitentiary service would take on 
the applications. 

Blais said he had not been able to "ascertain where 
the weaknesses in the system are" so far. He was monitor¬ 
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Prison classification officers and^parole officers com¬ 
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The system has always rejected attempts by prisoners 
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Critics say the files are sometimes inaccurate in their 
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An independent study done for the Law Reform Com 
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64 DAILY COLONIST, Victoria, S.C.. Thurs . March 1», 1979 


No swan song yet 


By WELTON JONES 


The show feels like a full 
cycle to me." Raltt says. “In 
Carousel. Billy Bigelow sings 
about wanting a son. Now, in 
Shenandoah. Charlie Ander¬ 
son sings about wanting a boy. 
too, a grandson." 

Haiti also feels an affinity 
for the show because of his 
own Quaker background. 

“The show makes an anti¬ 
war statement, a statement 
against racism, even a femi¬ 
nist statement. When we play 
colleges, the kids love it.” 

Raitt knows this because 
he's been out with Shenan 
doah (or an unusually long 
time. Due to a quirk in releas 
ing the rights of the show. It 
was performed on the sum¬ 
mer circuit and the bus-truck 


Lot Angeles Civic Light 
Opera. 

Through a fluke, he got a 
contract as an actor at MGM1 
There, he met two great iitfluj 
races on his subsequent cal 
reer. Rouben Mamoullan 
who would later cast him III 
Carousel, and Richard Cum¬ 
mings, his last and most im¬ 


muring route before It was 
sent out as the current Na¬ 
tional Company 

“I was mentioned for the 
lead originally and 1 took it as 
soon as it was offered on any 
sort of basis. It’s the kind of 
show they just won't write, 
and the kind I do." 

Raltt is the possessor of 
what veteran Los Angeles 
producer Ed Lester (among 
many others) calls "the finest 
natural voice I’ve ever 
heard." But he preaches a 
regime of studying, self-disci¬ 
pline and professionalism, 
anyway. 

T don't like to talk about all 
the complexities of a vocal 
education." he admits. “M's 
sort of the art that coooeals 


teacher. 


the no^Byerytime Take 
more bdHka. Swallow a bit 

"I netV know when Til 
wake up 'and not have the 
voice. I' vwajways had it tor It 
years. bq£-.." 

In adduion to bln touring 
and stocWworfc. he's a.famll 
iar TV gpq*t and sometime 


■ "I went through the psinlul 
■ocess of unlearning and re 
ftarnlng -with Cummings." 
■altt recalls "He taught me 
ft sing in mV'own voice and to 
■he rare of my voice. 

I "For us guys who sing eight 
Ibows a wsek. it's necessary 
to be cental. Don't sustain 


HOLLYWOOD - Some¬ 
times, John Raitt looks 


alone, the practitioner of a 
dying art with plenty of fens 
but no disciples. 

"What If you wanted to re¬ 
vive Carousel today?" be was 
asking la an iatervlew. 
"Where would you find an 
acting singer with an estab¬ 
lished same who could do It? 
There are youngsters who 
could cut the pan, but none 
with names." 

Carousel was Raitt s first 
big hit, the IMS Rodgers and 
Hammerstein musical which 
Richard Rodgers now admits 
is his own favorite Work from 
his career of 39 years and 
counting. There has been a 
nice assonmenl of other hats 
in Raitt's career, such as a 
romantic leading man. musi 
cal comedy division. 

“I've probably done more 
performances of romantic 
leading roles in the musical 
theatre than any man living." 
Raitt suggests, "because I 
never stopped. I work 40 
weeks a year. I'm much hap¬ 
pier performing than not." 

Now Raitt is making the 


transition to character lead¬ 
ing man. a switch dictated by 
years which he began a few 
seasons back on tour with the 
musical Zorba and which he 
has continued recently in the 
musical Shenandoah 


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CBer Bill Hudson directs traffic al Bay and Blansbard during outage 


Depending on where they were, Vancou¬ 
ver Islanders were hit with everything 
from a mere blink of the light# to a 33-minute 
power failure late Wednesday afternoon 
The massive failure began al 4:48 p.m. In 
time to play tricks with homebound Vic¬ 
toria area traffic and the preparation of 
counties# suppers. Some other communi 
ties were affected to a lesser degree. Includ¬ 
ing Nanaimo and Port Alberni. 

A number of phone calls to the Colonist 
Indicated a fear among the public that the 
kiss of power had something to do with the 
B.C. Hydro strike, now in its fourth day. But 
a Hydro spokesman in Victoria put an end to 
that line of thinking. 


"No," be said. “1 don't even want to see 
any mention of any such suggestion." 

The spokesman said the failure was the 
result of a "technical problem" concerning 
a power cable linking Vancouver Island with 
the mainland. He said the problem occurred 
“in equipment on this end of the cable.” 

Oddly enough, the Victoria area was hit 
with two failures a week before Wednes 
day's Incident. The area of impact was 
much more restricted at that time and the 
cut-off was blamed on automatic switch¬ 
ing equipment. 

With buses off the road because of Hydro's 
transit strike, the loss of traffic lights might 


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have been expOtected to piny havoc with 
rush-hour traffic In Greater Victoria where 
the outage Ajanged from 10 minutes to 33 
minutes. But it didn't. 

Police officers directed traffic at most of 
the main intersection and occasionally a 
pedestrian emerged In the same role at 
other intersections. 

"The traffic moved pretty well, although 
slqwer than usual," a Victoria traffic offi¬ 
cer said. 

"Actually, the cars got through those in¬ 
tersections without any real problems. 
Maybe we should turn all the traffic lights 
off for a while and see what happens," be 
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Canadian pair used 
to trap us—Soviets 


OTTAWA (CP) - The So¬ 
viet Union has charged that 
two Canadians. James Wood 
and rttei Sidy, were used by 
the RCMP to lay a trap for 
Soviet officials who have 
since been expelled from 
Canada. 

The Soviet Embassy here 
has just released an expand¬ 
ed version of a Moscow news¬ 
paper report which said' 


HERRING 

BOAT, 

6 MISSING 

A search was started 
overnight for a herring 
vessel believed Id have 
six persons aboard miss¬ 
ing in Queen Charlotte 
Sound off Cape St. James 
in the first major Incident 
of the 1978 herring sea¬ 
son. 

Rough seas and poor 
visibility were hamper¬ 
ing the sea search, ac¬ 
cording to a Pacific res¬ 
cue centre spokesman in 
Victoria. He said four 
seine boats along with a 
federal fisheries vessel 
began the search after 
radio contact was lost in 
the late afternoon with 
the vessel en route to her¬ 
ring grounds in the Queen 
Charlottes from Vancou¬ 
ver Island. Two coast 
guard vessels were ex¬ 
pected to reach the 
search area this morning 

Low cloud cover kept 
aircraft from joining Ihe 
search 


Wood and Sidy used contacts 
with Soviet officials here to 
builda case against them. 

One of the Soviet officials 
mentioned. Andrei Krysin of 
the Soviet foreign trade office 
here, was among the 13 So¬ 
viet diplomats expelled last 
month. 

Supt. John Bentham. an 
RCMP spokesman, refused lo 
confirm or deny the Soviet 
allegations. 

The RCMP previously re¬ 
fused to comment on Soviet 
charges that a Thomas Quil 
ley attempted to recruit a 
Soviet trade official as an 
RCMP spy. A Thomas Quil- 
ley, a member of Ihe solici¬ 
tor-general's office, has also 
refused comment. 

The RCMP refused to con¬ 
firm that Wood worked for 
the force although there was 
a James Wood listed in the 
greater Ottawa directory as 
an RCMP employee. Wood 
was not immediately avail¬ 
able for comment. 1 

The Jzvestia article said 
Krysin was approached by 
Sidy who introduced Irfln.self 
as ihe head of Ihe Peter Sidy- 
Art and Advertising Co. The 
newspaper said Sidy told 
Krysin he was instructed by 
ihe RCMP to establish con¬ 
tact with Soviet officials. 

A Peter Sidev Advertising 
Agency is listed in the Ottawa 


Japan backs 
Panama pact 

TOKYO (AP) - Japan.-a 
major user of the Panama 
canal, supports the canal 
treaties awaiting ratification 
by the U.S. Senate, the for¬ 
eign ministry said. 


telephone book but Ihe tele¬ 
phone number Is out of ser¬ 
vice. 

The newspaper article said 
that Wood (old the Soviets the 
RCMP had p