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Showers, 
high 15 

WraUi^r DHath 
oa Paxr 2 


>o. 239 — 120th Year 


ynHcouv^r inland's leading n^wspap^r .iinre IS^S 

Victoria, British Columbia, Sunday, September 24, 1978 




13 c Dailv, 30 c Sunday 


Arab hardliners 
break with Egypt 

Vow to kill 
Sadat’s 
initiatives 



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Sadat acknowledges cheers during Ctdro motorcade 


Sadat welcomed 
Cairo’s cheers 


by 


CoMMt Wirt MrvkM 

Mure than 100.000 cheerina 
Kayptians jubilant over the 
ne» pnMpects for peace with 
Israel wekoined Preaident 
Anwar Sadat home to Cairo 
Saturday. 

At a town ipectiog near 
PittaburgK. Pa., iheanwhile. 
L'.S. President Carter lathed 
nut at the Palestine Liber- 
atioa OraanUalhin, uying: 
"It would be nice for us if 
they would just (o away." 

Carter was responding to a 
questioner who asked why 
the PLO is allowed to retain a 
small Information office In 
Washington. The president 
said many araanUations “oh- 
noxious to us^' still have the 
right to free speech in the 


Martial 

law 

limited 


SALISBURY (Reuter) - 
Lt.-(ien. Peter Walls, Rhode¬ 
sia's military commander, 
announced today martial law 
In some areas of the coun- 
irs. 

The move was awaited 
since Prime Minister Ian 
Smith said two weeks ago 
that limited martial law 
would be imposed to 
strengthen the anti-guerrilla 
war effort. Smith, speaking 
after black nationalist guer- 
rlllas shot down a Rhodesian 
airliner, did not spell out 
what form martial law would 
take or where It would 
apply. 

Walls also did not go Into 
details but Mid activities of 
security forces would be 
aimed at terrorists and those 
who assisted them by acts of 
lawlessness and was not cal¬ 
culated to Interfere with the 
Uses of anybody "more than 
was absolutely necessary to 
achieve the military objec¬ 
tives ■' 


United States and he named 
the white-supremacist Ku 
Klux Klan. tile Nazi party 
and the Communist party as 
such groups. 

Carter also said that unless 
the Palestinians and Jordan’s 
King Hussein joined Middir 
East peace talks, "the 
progress we can make will be 
limited. 

In other developments: 

• Hnsaein. in Jordan, rei¬ 
terated his country's objec¬ 
tions to the U-S.-englneered 
Camp David pence proposals 
and chastised Sadat tor sug¬ 
gesting that Egypt might go 
it alone and negotiate an 
agreement over the Israeli- 
occupied West Bank of the 
Jordan River without Jorda 


nian participation in peace 
talks. 

• U.S. State Secretary 
Cyrus Vance played tourist 
for a day In Sahdi Arabia 
after being forced to put off 
for 24 hours a meeting In 
Damascus with Syrian Presi¬ 
dent Hafai Assad. Vance, 
who is trying to seU the Camp 
Datid accords to the Arabs, 
toured Saudi oilfields Satu^ 
day. Assad asked him tb 
postpone his Damascus visit 
until Sunday because the 
Arab hard-line summit meet¬ 
ing In Damascus ran over¬ 
time. 

• Romania, a frequent me¬ 
diator in the Mideast conflict. 

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DA.MASCUS (Reuter) — 
Arab hardliners Saturday 
night announced they are 
breaking off all pelillcal and 
economic relations with 
Egypt 

Leaders of Syria, Algeria. 
South Yemen. Libya and the 
Palestinian Liberation Orn- 
nizatlon vowed to wreck the 
peace policy of Egypt's 
Presidem Anwar Sadat and 
agreed to set up Joint political 
and military commands. 

A final statement on their 
fourday summit said that ia 
agreeing to break off reia- 
tiona with Egypt they declare 
that Sadat's signature on the 
Middle East peace accords 
reached at Camp David. Md.. 
last week is illegal and void. 

The Arab hardliners ended 
their four days of talks Satur¬ 
day It hours behind schedule 
because of a dispute over 
money 



-rwl Dt Grout snoKii 


Snaking line of would-be Marguerite passengers waits hopefully at 5:15 p.m. 

Fickle go-no-go Maggie 
finally sails away empty 

Travellers buffeted 
by engine-room tiff 


SUNDAY INSIDE 


Postmen told: Accept or else 


Will Klnnalrd be fed's healer? 


-Page 7 


—Page 8 


Author saves Charley’s Aunt 


—Page SO 

August Kittgfish crests, prizes listed 

—Pages 37. 3H. 39 

Second language: Parents the key 

—Page 46 

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Holy hula hoops! Slick test success 

-Page 47 

Background i Family 33-31 

Bridge 49 Ftnaace 16,11 

Checkmate 36 Names In the News 3 

Chualflud 46-61 Reporter's Neteheak 33 

Comics a Speru ' 2r23 

Craasward M TWa Weak In Racarda 34 

Edltarlala 4 Travel 46-43 

Eatertainmral 26.29 Your Goad Health 36 


Informed sources in Dama¬ 
scus said the dispute was 
over financial support for the 
"Front tor Steadfastneaa and 
Confrontation," with Utoan 
Icaidar Moammar Khadafy 
refusing to commit himself to 
a specific sum. 

The from ia made up of 
Syria, Algeria. South Yemen. 
Libya and the Palestine 
Liberation Organization. 

The sources said the front 
agreed on the establishment 
of a Joint political and mili¬ 
tary command designed to 
co-ordinate moves amnst Is¬ 
rael and Egypt after the 
Camp David summit agree¬ 
ments. 

The hardliners also agreed 
on closer ties with the Soviet 
Union which shares their op¬ 
position to the Camp David 
agreements. 

The front was formed last 
December in Tripoli, the 
Libyan capital, to counter 
Sadat's visit to Jerusalem. At 
that meeting, Khadafy was 
reported to nave pledged at 
least $1 billion to Syria and 
the PLO for the purchase of 
arms from the Soviet Union. 

Delegates in Damascus 
said thus Tar Libya actually 
has contributed a small por¬ 
tion of the promised It bil¬ 
lion. 



By PALL DE GROOT 


ONLY^^ARSENGER wiM gal ttvpcr tw Hme was 
Melissa Minas, fed by father Randy of Hainnond. 
Indiana., 


About 1,000 American tourists got a taste of the 
wonderful world of B.C. labor relations Saturday as 
they tried to get bark to Seattle on the Princess 
Marguerite. 

A labor dispute aboard the ship prevented it front 
making its scheduled run 
back to Seattle on time, 
and most of the travellers 
ended up Uklng buses to 
Seattle, although not be¬ 
fore being shunted back 
and forth in an almost 
comic mixup. 

Details of the dispute 
are unclear, but It hinged 
on members of the Seafar¬ 
ers' International Union in 
the engine room, who 
were involved in a dispute 
with a supervisor. 

Passengers, unable to 
board the ship while the 
dispute went on, lined out¬ 
side the B.C. Steamships 
ticket office, beneath 
bright signs announcing 
“The Princess Marguerite 
sails again." They played 
cards, shuffled their feet, 
and dodged the raindrops 
that fell sporadically. 

Most took the wait In good 
humor. Young Melissa Minas 
was one of the few to get her 
dinner In time: her father 


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Refugees left on barren isle 


KUALA LUMPUR. Malaysia (UPl) - The captain of 
an 666401 1 fraightar canylag mure than 1J)09 Vietnamese 
refugees beached the vessel on a tiny unihabited Island In 
Indonesian waters and woo at least temporary asylum, a 
United Natlona spokesman said Saturday. 

The official said it wu hoped the 1J30 refugees. In¬ 
cluding 2M children, had enough food and water to last 
until new supplies could be roshed to the ship by Indone¬ 
sian authorities. 

The freighter. Southern Cross, recently picked up the 
refugees from (our vessels while It was Idled by engine 
irouble near (he Vietnamese coast Since (hen Its captain 


has been trying In vain U> find a port for the refugees UN 
officials here also sought in vain for at least temporal-) 
sanctuary for (he Vtilnamese. 

After negotlatlona by telephone srith officials In Jakar- 
la. the UN refugee agency got Indonesian government 
agreement to remove the refugees from Pengtbo, a treeless 
and uninhabited dot midway between Borneo and Singa¬ 
pore. 

A UN spokesman said they would be taken somewhere 
In Indonesian territory where they could be housed and 
taken rare of until a more permanent haven it found for 
them. 


Snake in toilet, frog in washing machine 


By DEREK RHIND 


CROFTON RESIDENTS BOILING OVER BLACK TAP WATER 


DUNCAN — Crofton resi 
dents are complaining that 
their water supply hat been 
to bad they have found "a 
snake In the toilet" and 
"pieces of frog" In their 
washing macMiie^s filter. 

A Freda Road resident and 
mother of four told the Colts 
' nls4 that "the water wm to 
black that when my little guy 
took 6 bath, he came out 
bldrker than he went In." 

The residents said the 
water has been bed for "two 
years at least, and It coniln 


ually getting worse. It's now 
reached the point where we 
have to boll It to drink It." 

"We've now been toM that 
the North Cowlchan munici¬ 
pality it working to disinfect 
the system. 

"It's bad enough that we 
have to boll and drink the 
rotten stuff. But now we have 
to drink the disinfectant at 
well." 

North Cowrichan munlclpal- 
It), plagued for several years 
by poor irater supply at Crof- 
tun. has been uaaucceasfully 


teeUn 


better source for 


Ing a 

water by drilling, and more 
recently hired the services of 
a watcr-dlvIner. but he was 
alto untttccestful. 

Municipal clerk Jean Mac- 
Lead saM a latter to all Craf- 
ton residents Friday. Inform¬ 
ing them that "we nave been 
aavisod by tbs ministry of 
health that we have a ;pos- 
slble problem' with the Crof¬ 
ton water supply." 

"The bealtn department 
will be continually taking 
tests fur your protectlim In 


gest 


the meantime, we suggt 
that you boll all drinking 
water as a precautionary 
measure. 

"The municipality will be 
working to disinfect the sys¬ 
tem. During this process, you 
may at Unws notice In- 
crenaes of chlorine In smell 
and ustc. Please bear with 
us until we are assured the 
system la completely disin¬ 
fected." 

The resident who com 
plained of "pleves of frog In 


her washer" and her neigh¬ 
bor finding a "snake In (he 
toilet", said she was thinking 
of getting a petition to the 
council. 

"I can't see people putting 
up with this much longer." 

She said that "most of the 
residents are very unhappy 
with the situation. Some have 
a severe problem while 
others have almost no prob¬ 
lem at all." 

"If (he other residents are 
not having a water problem 


because they are on a differ¬ 
ent source of supply, why 
can't we be placed on the 
same system? ' she asked. 

North Cowlchan entrineer 
Ing assisuni Bdb'^aray said 
Saturday that the Crofton 
water came from one source 
of supply and went 
one pipe. However. 
Crofton's supply came from 
Crofton Lake and waur from 
a lake Is not a uniform-type of 
supply similar to that from a 
well 


through 
Iw said 


He said the health depart¬ 
ment's tests showed possible 
contamination. But this could 
be residual contamination 
left over from high flows In 
the recent past. 

He said precautions taken 
by the municipality were 
"basically adding more chlo- 
rlnatlon and continuing with 
tests." 

"We prefer people to con 
llnue to boil their water until 
we get back a clear set of 
tests " 

He was hopeful that this 
would be sometime early this 
week. 


A SHAGGY 
MAGGIE 
TIMETABLE 

isaa hours Dispute begin. 
In engine room between 
members of Seafarers' In 
lernallonal Union and su 
pervisor 

1646 hours: Passengers begin 
lining up to board Prin- 
ce.vs .Marguerite for trip 
back to Seattle 
163a hours: Prince.ss .Mar 
guerile scheduled to leave, 
but dispute continues, with 
about I.OOO passengers 
lined up to board ship 

1716 hours: Ticket office an 
nounces that ship will be 
"unable to carry you to 
Seattle." Passengers told 
buses have been lined up tn 
lake them to Seattle via the 
Sldney-Anacortes ferry, or 
they can book passage 
aboard Coho to Port An¬ 
geles. where buses will pick 
them up and lake them to 
.Seattle 

1736 hours: Buses arrive, and 
passengers begin board 
Ing. 

1143 .haom: Paging system 
In ship announces that it 
will be leaving at 1916 
hours. 

1760 hours: Passengers are 
Informed that they will be 
able to lake ship after all. 
and begin to leave the 
buses. 

1766 hours: Loudspeaker an 
nounen hesitantly that 
there has been a change In 
plans. '"nMrc are no U.S. 
Immigration officers to 
clear you so it will be neces¬ 
sary to board (he buses 
again." 

lata homw: Most of the buses 
for the Sydaey-Anacortes 
ferry leave. 

1911 hostft: Princess Mar 
gueiTte finally sails, with- 
out passengori. Many of Us 
passengers, now aboard 
’ docked Coho, watch It 
leave. 


Los Angeles 
sizzles at 40°. 

LOB ANGELES (UPl) - A 
record high tomparature of 40 
degraos was sot at the Los 
Angeles Civic Centra Satur 
day. 

'The reading breaks the 39- 
dagrae mark sol on the same 
dale In 1941 and in.v 


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2 t>AILY COIXWIST, Vkiorti. B C., .SumUy, Srptrmbrr M. 

Divers recover guns 
after Elk Lake shots 

PoHm dhm iMrcMaii Elk Lake raerwr- 

td a MOOBd tkotgaa beltovcd la ba IWnd ta the flriag 
ol alMta aad aakai q i i i at Balic* ilakaaal at a BanMeriy 
Road hooM Friday. 

A uwed.a(f shattuB waa recaverad after polica arrested 
two meo Friday ai^l as they fled the house toward Elk 
Lake savaral hears after the stake out hegaa I9 the Greater 
Victoria Emerteacy Retpouse Team after reports of gua- 
fire In the uettfihorMod. 

Two naa upeaicd la prertaclal court Saturday aad 
were rsmaaded la cnsledy until Moaday tar plea and ' 
hail hearings. Dean Wesley Bowman, 18, aad Douglas 
MacRae, 2S, both of no fixed address, face charges of 
possession of a prohlMtad weapon. 


ItTt 


Fickle Maggie 


Randy, aa Indiana star Mire- 
her, hattla-fad her. 

Seattle rasidaat Al D tsea ni 
wondarad how far Ids last 81 
would ga hitwsea Ms girl¬ 
friend and himself If they had 
to stay In Victoria evendght 

Before tlw etealag was 
aver, they would be she- 
pberded aboard buses to take 
them to the SMtey-Anacertes 
ferry, told ta get off the buses 
beesuae the &pate had been 
settled aad the raacess Ifar- 
guertta would sail, aad thee 
loM to re-baard the buses be- 




canto-no UJ. Imadgratlaa 
officials were svallMla Is 
clear them 

By this time. It had ha- 
coow a game. Laqghlag aad 
whooptag, many sTthe tnnr- 
Isls dMhed back aboard the 
parklag lot to return to thair 

bUSift. 

Not quite as thrilled with 
(he tain of eeents wu a na¬ 
tive VIctoriaa srho had 
planaed to take the ship. 



Compater-enbMaee^ face oa Sferaad /■ Tarta Cathedral 

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There’s face In shroud, 
space computer agrees 


TURIN, Italy (AP)—Italian electronics experts, 
using a method developed by U.S. space scientists, have 
produced computer-cohanc^ photos of the Holy Shroud 
which they say provide more evidence that It hears the 
Impression of a man's body. 

The shroud Is believed by many to be the linen 
In which Jesus Christ was wrapped fw burial after the 
crucifixion. 

Photographs obtained by Glovaabl Thariturelli and 
Glovamri Garbotto were based on the walk af Eric 
Jumper and John Jackson at the Jet Propulsion Labora¬ 
tory in Pasadena, CsUf., for (Be Mars Viking program. 


They said Jumper and Jackson illnstrated their campu- 
terizad phetographs of the shroud at a conference In 
Albuquerque, N.M., la March, Itfr, 

Tambutulli aad Garbotto say ibeir studies show the 
linen has a mUef Image of a man. They say the photos 
would have eiaarly abowi bntah aurks if It wu painted 
on, n aaau poopla have suggested. 

Tha Holy nroud hu been on public display la 
Turla C atbadral slaes Aag. 11, and wID remain a^ Oct. 
8 to mmrk the SMIh aaalvwrsary of Its transfer here front 
the Fraaeh city af Chombsty. 

More than 1.7 mllllaa poopla have sesn the display. 


tt ta taka bar 
bar," ha amt- 
Ms breath aa 
he waHad for a taxi ta coma, 
"nil k a aatioaal dlsgraea. 
It's ridicalaas.'* 

Ta top off the evenlag, 
those ax-MoJimierlte passaa- 
gers who had been boolwd 
aboard the odiacont Chha la 
Port Aagelee h o ardad their 
boat iaet after 7;lt p m. Joet 
In time to see the Princen 
MsrgnerlM, empty, boadlBg 
bock to Seattle ta pick up 
taolher load af tourists this 
maratng. 

It was tha aecoad labor 
dispute ta plague tha B.C. 
Steansship Ca. vessel tUa 
summer. 

On July t, 17 officers of 
the Canadian Merchant Ser¬ 
vice Guild held a one^lay 
strike that left N7 pasoengers 
straaded In Victoria. 

At Isoae was iacreaaad 



-resiOeOraetsluat 

-Paaaeagan eater baa for SUaey ferry 


4S4«L0WI«mKn 
-UMEU — 
mag 


Korchnoi 
turns tide 


Cairo cheers Sadat 


Phlll 


cball 


Ipptoes 

illenger 


BAGUIO. 

(UPI)-World 
Viktor Korchnoi performad 
anothar Houdini-liks escape 
at the chess board Saturday. 
Just bafoie adjournment of 
(he asth championship 
game. 

Experts analysing the 
match said young world 
(hsmplon Anatoly Karpov 
had Korchaal virtually beat¬ 
en, but the Soviet defector 
fought back aad adjourned 
(ho cootaat a slight favorite. 


beesms the only communist 
East European country to 
praise (be Camp David ac¬ 
cords, calling them a good 
start toward a Mideast peace 
but saying negotiations 
should be broadened to In¬ 
clude all partlas. This pool- 
tlon, stated In government 
and CoBunnalst party news¬ 
paper editorials, contrasted 
sharply to recent Soviet de¬ 
nunciations of the accords. 
Romania often follows a for¬ 
eign-policy Mas Indepandant 
of Moscow, w 


I risiii I 


8adat...wu swamped by 
tbousanas of ereU-wlshsrs at 
an airpart raespdaa attawdad 

by the entire Egyptian cabi¬ 
net and all Ml members of 
parllamaad. Security pollea 
were forced to push the 
crowds aside so Sadat could 
reach bis convertlbla for the 
triumphant ride Into Cairo, 
where he was cheered by tens 
of thousands lining tbs 
streets. 


The .weather 


Sept. 14.1171 

Mainly cloudy, a few 
showers, mads light. Satur¬ 
day's precipitatloo: 2.1 mm. 
Sunshine all. Recorded high 
and low at Victoria airport II 
and I. Today's forecast high 
and low II and I. Today's 
sunrise 7:81, sunset 7:81. 
Moonrisa 11:11 a.m., moonset 
1:81 p.m. Monday outlook: 
cloudy, I few sbowars. 

East coast of Vancouver Is¬ 
land — Mainly cloudy, a few 
showers. Winds Hght. Satur¬ 
day's pradpllatloB: trice. 
Recordad high and low a( 
Nanaimo 14 and 7. Foracut 
hiri and low II and 7. Mon¬ 
day outlook: cloudy, a few 
showers. 

West coast of Vancouver 
Island — Mainly cloudy, a 
few showers, winds light 
aouthaastoriy. Forecast high 
and tow al Tefhio 11 sad I. 
Monday outlook: rain. 

North cqast of tha Main¬ 
land — Clou^, a few 
showers. Winds brisk south- 
euterly. Forecast high and 


low 14 sad 4. Monday outlook: 
showers. 


Extended outlook. Tuesday r*"?*'*** 
through Thursday — Periods 
of rain. Highs II to 11. Lows I 
tol. 


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settM for • pockiM of 
fiiapa boMflU, incluSiif ■ 
six per ceat antl-iiiflatkNi 
waft locrtase retroactive to 
Jai. 1« fa rt rod u cUon of the 
B.C. oiodlcal pUui, a dental 
plai, graop Hfe Inaaraoce 
and extended keafth care. ,« 


PQ now wants 
our currency 
for Quebec, too 


NORANDA, Quo (CP) — 
Current thinking within tbo 
ParU (fuebacols cabinet Is 
that an Independent Quebec 
would have a monetary uaioa 
with Canada, Pierre de Belle- 
feuille said Saturday. 

De Bellefeullle, niw to par¬ 
liamentary icemury to 
Claude Moria—mlal^r of 
l ate r g overwmental 'kffairs 
aad architect of PQ referen¬ 
dum strategy—ioM delegatea 
la a waekond potto meetlag 
tha Leveaque caunst had 
reached a contensui that 
(Juebec and Canada should 
hsve a common currency. 

Ha also said that Qu^ 
Ftnaace Minister Jacques 
Psrizesa was part of the con- 
aensut, and Parisaau, who a 
few short weeks ago was 
talking abont a dtoUnri <)ne- 
bec currency, sold a common 
dollar was aol Incowstotent 
with tha PQ progrtm. 

The program calls for a 
distinct central bank once the 
province becomes politically 
sovereign, but It doet not 
specify that (fuebec would 
have s common earrsney 
with Cinads. 


Benurd Lam^, 
of oconsmlc 
taM that thoorellcally tt 
would ba poaalhia to have a 
cominoa currancy amf 
separate central boaks aack 
settiag Ite owa aumalaiy 
policy. 





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YEAR END PRICES 


They crowded under 
tKha holding Sndat'i pic¬ 
ture and In fnmc of stores 
fatoened with colorful bnn- 
ners proclaiming the Egyp- 
tlen lender a "Han of 
Peace." 

Stdal's had floum la from 
Morocco, where be mot 
three days talking with King 
Hassan II wttbout wlaning 
that moderate Arch leader's 
public support. 

Syria Is tha (Inal stop on 
Vance's Midenst missloo. Ha 
hu ilreidy conferred with 
(he Saudis and Jordan's Hus¬ 
sein, making a Ud (or sup¬ 
port for the accords but re¬ 
ceiving no commitments. 

At 1 news cwife r tn ce In 
Ammsn on Saturday, Hus¬ 
sein repeated his country's 
objections to the new Kg^ 
ttan-lsrseli sgrsemeate— 
that (hey do not provido for 
total Israeli withdrawal from 
Arab lends or for the right of 
Pelestlnlini to nubllsh 
their own state In (bou lands. 
He Slid be would Join tha 
peace proceu only If the ac¬ 
cords were modified. 

HtMseIn alio uld that 
Sadat "has no right to ful 
mors ceiicerwed about ths 
Wnt Bank than ws do." 

Ths king cloariy wu im¬ 
plying that Sadat mwt not 
Mgotlste slows witk Isrul 
for regaining ths Wnt Bank 
If Jerdan chooeu not to Join 
ths nsgotlatloM, lomalklag 
Sadat us Indicated ko might 
do. 

The accords call for dw sad 
to laraoll mllllary govem- 
meiM on Iho West Bank sad 
tha Oou Itolp followad by a 
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II.S. P T ti H wi < Carter (ivt Isrtall Pil t M t atatar M«aa- 
rkm Bagla a (aiaawll plaque ihil read “Shalom, Y'all." 
The plaqae eamc to light Saturday when a weman el 
Carter'i town hall meenng in Allqidppa, Pi. greeted the 
pretldenl by laying “Shalom," Hebrew (or “peace to yon." 
The southern president returned the traditional Jewish 
greetlog. He thea said to laughter and applause that after 
iheir Camp DitW meeting be had givea Begla a plaque 
reading “Shalom Y'all," Ineorporating two expressions 
cloaa to the roots of the two leaders. 

Conductor Berhert raa Karqlaa was bruised In a fall 
during rehearial and will be raplaeed by DaaM Bare*- 
boha In two Berlin Festival concerts this weekend, the 
Berlin Philharmonic said. Karajan, TO, fell off the director's 
pedestal when he leaned over to pick up his baton. 


Acting President Dnalel Arap Mat has been assured of 
succeeding the late Jeam Keayatta as Kenya's second 
president. In Nairobi, he presented the only nominatloa 
gapers of the sole and governing party, the Kenyan Africu 
National Union. 


Usa MnaeUI showed up. So did LDy TemUa. Maitsa 
Bereaaaa and dotens of other beautiful pewle from the an- 
lertainmeot world. Unfortunately, the boildiag inspectors 
didn't coHiperate. They turned everyone away at the 
gala opening of Beverly Hills' newest boutique, FloniccI 
The problem: the store did not obuin final Inspection 
permits (or its electrical wiring and plumbing 


.sur Wart toys hava dona battle with Spacewar Uys 
and coma out victorious. A US. (edoral court Judge In 
Ix» Angeles, Irving HIU. hat ruled that Arco Industries. 
Inc., must stop manufacturing Spacewar toys because they 
violate the copyright under which SUr Wars toys art 
produced 


"There's a bad man out there with a conscience." 
said Pellce ChM C eer g t Hunt of Mount Healthy, Ohio, 
a suburb of Cincinnati. Hum said there appeared to be a 
break-in at an office on the town's main street, but nothing 
was taken. Three days later, a letter arrived addressed to 
Hunt and his secreUry. “Money for damage and expense to 
building at Main Theatre. No theft intended. Stupid vandal¬ 
ism on 17 September 'Tg," the note said There were five $20 
bills In the envelope. 


Alio Guthrie sings to his audiences but a former con¬ 
cert promoter It suing him (or talking to one audience 
Clayton Fuller says Guthrie ruined his repuUthm as a 
promoter by telling a lOTS Burlington. Vt. concert audi 
ence that “everybody here is being lipped off.” 


John Wayne, a former hoy scout, was presented a 
bronse plague hp former eagle scout GeruM Ford to 
honor him as an exa^le of the spirit of the U.S. and the 
Ideals of scouting. The presentation to Wayne by the 
exrprosklent was mads at a banefit d inir held In hit honor 
by the Los Angeles Area Oouncl. Boy Scouts of America in 
connection with the S77-acrc John Wants Outpost Camp 
scout facility near Lake Arrowhead. Calif. 

The'U.S. appeals court, in Manhattan, has upheld a ItTT 
Judgment that awarded damages of tITT.HO for copyright 
infringement to the esUte of ragtime composer Scott Jo¬ 
plin's wife. The Judgment was entered by Judge Jaha 
Cannella against Olympic Records Corp., Its president. 
Joseph Abend, and Crown PubHshen, Inc. for unauth¬ 
orized distribution of a record album containing three com- 
positions from Joplin's opera Tpeemonliha. 


DAn.Y COLONIST, Victoria. R C.. Sunda.v, September U. lOTn .t 



Israeli soldiers oust Jews 
and peace plan protesters 




JERUSALEM (Reuter) - 
Israeli soldiers Saturday 
night removed IM Jews from 
a settlement they had tried to 
establlsb near Hobran in the 
Israeli occupied West Bank of 
the Jordan River. The aoi- 
diers also removed other 
settlers In the Sinai protest¬ 
ing the Camp David peace 
accords. 

The Jews, from the Kiryat 
Arba suburb of mainly Arab 
Hebron, had gone through a 
line of soldiers surrounding 
Kiryat Arba and tried to set 
up a new village on a neigh¬ 
boring hilHop 

The ultra-nationalist Gush 
Emunim (faith bloc) move¬ 
ment said the would-be set¬ 
tlers would abide by a deci¬ 
sion not to clash with soldiers 
la Iheir attempts to continue 
with the establishment of un- 
authoiimd settlements in the 


occupied irea. 

The Gush Emunim claims 
historic rights to sAtle la any 
part of the WMiral land of 
Israel. 

A protest action by Jewish 
settlers earlier In the day In 
■Sinai highlighted a potential¬ 
ly explosive issue facing 
Prime Minister Menachem 
Begin In winning approval for 


the summit package for Mid 
die East peace. 



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Looters mob department store In Estetl 

Somoza foes opt 
to keep up strike 



MANAGUA, Nicaragua (UPI) — A group 
of businessmen opposed to President Angs:. 
taslo Somota held a secret meeting 3<rtur- 
day night and decided to continue a month- 
old gcoeral strike aimed at his ouster, politi¬ 
cal sources said. 

The sources said the meeting of leaders of 
the Broad Opposition Front defeated a mo¬ 
tion to lift tte strike that began Aug. 2t 
after the brief Sandlnlata guerrilla takover 
of the national palace. 

The strike virtually paralysed commer¬ 
cial activity in Nicaragua before full-scale 
fitting between the government and guer¬ 
rillas broke out. 

Leaders of the Broad Opposition Front, 
mostly busineumen. want Mmoia out be¬ 


fore the sltuatioa in Nicaragua worsens and 
. the Marxist Sandinistas take total control, 
'Dlb-sourees said. 

Although large-scale fighting has ended in 
Nicaragua since the retaking of rebel-held 
cities Of the National Guard, the political 
situation remained tense. 

The leader of Nicaragua's Roman Catho¬ 
lics said Somou's contUttonai agreement to 
hold peace talks with the political opposition 
did not mean any such talks would actually 
lake place. 

Managua Archbishop Miguel Obando y 
Bravo said In an Interview that Somoza's 
agreement lo open talks with the oppo¬ 
sition under several conditions was merely a 
restatement of his previous position. 


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dent Anastasio Somosa, bat¬ 
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led rebels, made pul Slic a let¬ 
ter Saturday that he said was 
slgnad by IB UA congress¬ 
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was caused by revolution- 
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IV copies show that the 
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the cof^ were those of 
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crat and Representative Sa¬ 
muel gkratton. New York 
Demoernt. 

Meanwhile, the Organlu- 
tion of American States 
adoptod a resolution Satur¬ 
day which rules out any OAS 
involvement In settling Nica¬ 
ragua's political crisis. 

A blandly-worded resolu¬ 
tion, approved by consensus 
on tiw third day of a special 
OAS foreign ministers meet¬ 


ing. was a victory for So- 
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Cardiff 43 minutes after her 
mother was klllod In a traffic 
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Doctors at Cardlfts Uni¬ 
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prmancy. 

The baby girl was dellver- 
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weighed four pounds five 
ounces. 


New violence in Beirut 
leaves six dead, 37 hurt 


BEIRUT (AP) — Syrian 
armor pounded militias In 
Beirut's Christian sector Sat¬ 
urday while Christiaan forces 
near the Lebaneao-Israell 
border fought an artillery 
duel with PalesUniaa guerril¬ 
las. 

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eral bulldiiut were set 
ablau. The Christlaas fourtt 
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but Syriaa casualties, if any, 
are not known. 

There also It no immediate 
casualty report from Satur¬ 
day's flfth straight day of ar- 


tillary and rocket exchanges 
between guerrillas and Is- 
raell-bacM Christians In the 
southern towns of Nabatlyeh 
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lemtres nordi of Israel's 
northern border. 

The clashes began (here 
Tuesday at hard-line Arab 
leaders. Including Palestin¬ 
ian guerrilla chiefs, gathered 
In Damascus, Syria, In a 


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up plans for countering the 
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Comment 


SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 24, Itn 

- Big money, hatred 
and a principle 

FROM TIME TO TIME one nation at odds with 
another tries to draw other nathma Into at 
least an economic alliance, usin^ money as a 
club. Money la a potent weapon indeed, particu¬ 
larly when only a matter of principal stands 
against it 

That la the alhiatton In the province of 
Ontario at the moment where a proposed bill 
known as the Discriminatory Business Practices 
Act is being studied by that legislature’s justice 
committee. 

The bill, If it passes into law, would make it 
Illegal for Ontario companies to comply with the 
Arab boycott of trade with Israel. The trade 
boycott of course, is one of the weapons the Arab 
nations are using against Israel. 

The proposed act has already received sec¬ 
ond reading. It would impose a fine of up to $S,0M 
on Individuals who contravene it and a fine of 
tiO.INO for companies found guilty. 

The Issue, for Ontario and for all of us, 
reaches beyond the lengthy and bitter conflict 
between Jew and Arab. The question at issue Is 
whether one nation can tell us we must not do 
business with another nation. No nation should 
be able to do that. It is a question quite apart 
from support for either Arab or Jew. 

But the forces arrayed against the principle 
encoded in this Ontario bill are powerful and 
may carry the day. They are greed — for a slice 
of the Arabs' great oil wealth, for the contracts, 
Jobs, profits, business with them can mean in On¬ 
tario — and hatred, the deep, poisonous, racial 
hatred of some Arabs for Israel. 

Listen to these two forces bubbling In the 
messages delivered to the Ontario legislature’s 
justice committee: 

“If (this) anti-boycott legislation la passed, 
it will be not only a self-inflicted wound for On¬ 
tarians, but a red flag for the Arabs. They will 
take it as a destructive act of hostility and 
discrimination... ’’, said Mohammed Qaadri, 
president of the Arab-Canada Chamber of Com¬ 
merce. 

“Any product Imported by the Arabs from 
Canada is readily available from other coun¬ 
tries,’’ said a brief from the Canadian Arab 
Society of London, Ont. “The Arab countries 
could simply place an embargo on Ontario and 
or Canadian products.’’ 

"What really bums us Is when a progressive 
province such as Ontario listens to a few Zionists 
just to get votes,” said Victor Byrne, spokesman 
for the Canada-Palestlne Committee. 

“Premier Davis is after the Jewiab vote," 
said Quasem Hasan Muhummud. secretary for 
the (Council of Muslim Communities of Canada. 

Are these people so blind they cannot see 
the real issue for Canadtans? Or do they know 
the issue full well — as well as how to win over 
it? 

What an ugly and sad chorus this Is after the 
statesmanship of President Sadat of Egypt and 
the spirit of Camp David. 


We the jury 

WE AfXEPT all the privileges of Canadian 
citlsenshlp readily enough — but sometimes 
forget there are also obligations. 

Two women who failed to show up for jury 
duty in Victoria’s county court this week got a 
stem reminder from Judge Leslie Cashman, a 
reminder all of us should note. 

Jury duty Is not optional. It’s a citlaen's 
obligation. Distasteful u it may be, important as 
your Interrupted plans may be, you try to escape 
jury duty at your peril. When these two women 
failed to answer the roll call. Judge Cashman 
sent sherlfPs deputies to bring them in. 

In other words, If you have been s elec te d for 
jury duty and don’t fulfil your Obligations, you 
will still end up in court — but trying to answer 
charges Instead of just listening to them. 


Ugly Canadians at home and abroad 


TORONTO — Jack Homer, Industry 
minister in charge of tourism, blames 
Uie Canadian people (or a fl.S billion 
deficit in tourist rcvcoues this year. He 
claims we are a surly bunch with tour¬ 
ists, unhelpful and tending to view visl- 
tort as ‘‘marks" to be over-charged and 
iipped-of(. 

Mr. Homer, perhaps the surliest and 
most petulant of the Trudeau ministers, 
had these traits even before his conver- 
sloo from Tory to a ‘Trudeau disciple So 
perhaps It Is fitting he‘t the one In 
charge of tourism, it it in the best 
federal tradition that he blames others 
(or economic woea, never government 
policies. 

It was around 20 years ago when I 
was doing a lot of travelling that it 
suddenly struck me that reality and 
mythology were different when It cams 
u> Canadian tourists. I well remember 
the flash of revelation when it dawned 
on ms that instead of being the mueb- 
lovad, dltamtingly modest and well- 
mannered tourists that we like to think 
of ourselves u being, Canadians dere, 
to put It bluntly, self-satisfted. aggres 
sive and bitchy. 

The Canadian abroad seems to think 
there It something wrong vrith others If 
they don't adore aim. And woe betide 
the innocent foreigner who errs and as¬ 
sumes a Canadian is an Anrerlcan! 

Canadians abroad love to bedeck 
themselves with small (^nadian flags. 


stickers and pins, and expect this alone 
will make them sralcoms everywhere 
Canadians abroad often make a point of 
loudly proclaiming they aren't Ameii- 
ran and taking personally understand¬ 
able errors In nationality. This is over¬ 
statement, but it is a national tendency 

Americans, contrary to their repu¬ 
tation are, I think, the most apprecia¬ 
tive tourists la the world. They can be 
unconsciously funny, sometimes naive 
to the point of innocence, but they are so 
interested in whatever they are seeing 
or touring, that it is enchanting. And 
flattering. At a castle or a battlefield. 
Americans show such intense curioslt> 
and ask so many questions that fellow 
tourists often want to strangle them. 

They may compere what they are 
seeing erith "back home" — not in a 
deprecatory way. but because the dif¬ 
ferences genuinely Interest them. Sort 
of street. Sometimes the peeudo-world- 
llness of Canadians abroad indicates a 
certain lack of confidence and poise. 
And possibly Inferiority. 

I will say categorically that Ameri¬ 
cans are the most helpful and (liendl.v 
people on earth to strangers. I recently 
took holidays and we went to north 
Caroltna, via tourist spots like the Base¬ 
ball Hall of Fame at Oraperstown and 
the Smitbonlan Institute in Washinmon. 
We had a rented motorhome smlch 
broke down after a aeries of minor 
disasters. But even then, with its On- 



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Paper attacks are planned 
on Soviet nuclear satellites 



The United Btatas Is mov¬ 
ing along two avasnes to 
crTppIo Rnssla’s atomic- 
powered ocean surveillance 
satellltee, primarily because 
they era viewed as a major 
threat to UA. naval voasels. 

One poesibla road to ham¬ 
pering the Duclear-drivan spy 
sataliTtos Is an npcoming Un¬ 
ited Nations tecnnlcal study 
on safety measures (or reoc- 
tor-pownrod apacocraft. The* 
study could lead to U.N. 
control of satellites of the So¬ 
viet type which crashed Jan. 
M on Canadia n soil. 

Undot International pres¬ 
sure the Soviet Unkw rriuc- 
tantly has agreed to partlci- 
pate la tho U.N. study. Any 
ssnetions agabut low Earth 
orbit nuclear systems grow¬ 
ing out of the study could 
disrupt Ihe Soviet military 
ocean survolllance program. 

The second approach to 
crippling the Russian space 
spying proiMt trill come next 
March, whan tho legal sub- 
committee of the U.N.'s 
Outer Space Committse con- 
venes. Tho United Statsa 
plana to bring up the Issue of 
nuclear satellite safety. 

The Soviets are bitterly ep- 
poeed to this U.8. manoeuvre 
because It Impllae potential 
legal setiun to ban a-powored 
sateOltsa. 

Ttw UA. defenoo depart¬ 
ment le puehing lor a ban or 
at leant U.N. eooml over Bo- 
vlat s-eatellltea peering down 
at American naval voeeels 
all over tho world. Sixteen 
ocean surveillanco space- 
craft Ilka tho Coamoe MS 
which dlslntegralad aver 
Canada have boon lanncbad 
by tho Sovlats slaoo iMf. 

Thalr radar sarvoUlaaca, 
for example, It capabla of 


By nUNK MAOOMBEB 


supplying Ruetian mluile 
submarinas with targeting 
data on UA. ships. 

U.S.-praesurao sanctions 
against atomic satollltas, 
bowover, could srorfc u a 
tsromdged sword. That could 
occur If the U.N. decided to 
regulate radioeotopa thermo- 
eloetrie generaton (RTQ't) 
along sritb nuclear reactors 
in space. 

Ttw United States draws a 
lUf kctwcMi Ill9 

use of reactors end what It 
considers the safer RTG't 
at aatelllta power sources. 
The U.A egp currently are 
tai the RTO baskot. 

A U.N. tciooca and tachno- 
ology subcommittee will con¬ 
vene next February to orga¬ 
nize the study team assigned 
to analyze the nuclear aatal- 
llte issue. 

One or more Soviets will 
participate la the study 
group, which will make ite 
recommendations to Ihe full 
U.N. Space Committee Is 
June next year. It's proposals 
would no to the U.N. Oeaeral 
Asaemnly (or action. 

The U.N. study, smong 
other things, will consider, 
these questions: 

I— Should atomic power 
sources be allowed to operate 
below certain orbital alti- 
UidM? 

Should nations plenning 
to launch atomic spacocraft 
be required to notify other 
governments well la advance 
of launch time? 

^ Should RTO's bo rogv- 
latad difforontiy from pure 
reacternT 

SMuid a gov e rnment 
opsrattag a spacecraft bo re¬ 


quired to advise the U.N. or 
other governments If there Is 
a malfunction of a reactor in 
space? 

The Russians are expected 
to oppose all or most of any 
affirmative proposals grow¬ 
ing out of Ih^ queetions be¬ 
cause they would strip Ihe 
Soviet space siirveinance 
program of much of Its se¬ 
crecy. 

All these highly technical 
and poUticaliy-tlnaed laaues 
are likely to take years to 
settle. Meanwhile the Rus¬ 
sians are expected toon to 
launch another Cosmos a- 
powered satoUlte for testing 
n they keep pace with their 
launch rate of about two a 
year. 

C li v Nm> larvic* 





tario license plates, the van opened 
countlees doors and we got unlimited 
help. A motorvan stalled in the mid¬ 
dle of Virginia Beach rush hour isn't 
designed to win friendship from (he 
natives. Tet care stopped, offered help, 
and a couple of nnem^yed lifeguards 
escorted my wife to the Chevrolet 
dealer, offered to search for our Uds 
abandoned on the beach, and pot them 
selves at our disposal. Mice too. 

On the roatL.service stations gave us 
free booster charges (or our dead bat- 
tey and we had only to ask any Ameri¬ 
can (or help and It was like Aladdin's 
lamp. 

It wouldn't happen in Canada. I, as a 
Canadian wouldn't be so accommodat¬ 


ing. Americans are a strange outgoing, 
generous people. Small won^r they are 
so resent^! 

To be fair to Canada, mnch of the 
help we got on the most recent holiday 
to disaster, was accompanied by expla¬ 
nations that the donors had had such 
friendly treatment when they were once 
in Canada, they were anxious to recipro¬ 
cate. That attitude seems to collide with 
Jack Horner's. 

While for’yean I have considered 
Americans to be the beet of tourists and 
hosts, and Canadians the worst. Mr. 
Horner's blaming ^(Janadian bad man¬ 
ners (or the decline in tourist dollars, 
challenges common sense. It seems 
more of the federal habit of blaming 
others. (Can you think of one aree 
where the feds have taken yesponsi- 
bility for fouling things up?) 

in truth It is government policies 
that have made Canada so expensive 
(even by American standards) that 
fewer tourists can afford to holiday 
here. In fact, even our gs.^t dollar In 
the UA. buys more than $1.U Ameri¬ 
can does here. Americans can't easily 
afford Canada. Maybe, If Mr. 
Horner doesn’t like the way we Cana¬ 
dians behave, he should look Inward and 
<>ee how his boss' policies have turned 
Canadians into sourpusses. A change of 
government might even bring the teur- 
ists back — (hat is. If we really want 
n^ore tourists! 


Toronto Sw SvedkraW 


^^Marquis^Chi|d^J 

There is growing distrust 
of newspapers and television 



The external affairs de¬ 
partment announced 21 years 
ago today—In iMd—that It 
had requested the withdraw¬ 
al of G. F. Popov, second 
aecreUry of the Boriat Em¬ 
bassy. Popov had attempted 
U bribe an RCAF dvillaa 
employee In an attempt to get 
laforroetlon on Cenau's new 
(A'-IN jet Interceptor. 

IMl—England's first news¬ 
paper was publlehed. 

ITM—The first shipment of 
fbrs from Canada sailed (or 
Chliui. 

UM—Bsaeball star Babe 
Ruth mads Ms farewell ap- 
pearaaea as a ragnlar player 
with New York Yaakeoe. 


NEW VORK — These days 
the press Is concerned, and 
with good reason, about Its 
steading with the public. 
Court iMsIons have begun to 
Infringe on the First Amend- 
ment guarantee of the free¬ 
dom to print without the 
threat of government inter¬ 
vention, and what It most 
disturbing Is public indiffer¬ 
ence, If not worse. 

The three principal news¬ 
papers of this city have been 
shut down (or moke than a 
month tad at this srriting no 
one hat any Idea when they 
will be able to resume publi¬ 
cation. The reason Is a press¬ 
men's strike, srith at least 
three other unions joining In 
with tbrlke votes or strike 
threats, meanwhile respect¬ 
ing picket lines thrown up 
around the closed plants. 

Here, It teems to me, the 
public has a right to ask the 
publishers why they tangled 
themselves up la a half-docen 
unloo contracts that make a 
joke of the First Amendment. 

It is shocking that at a criti¬ 
cal time la the affairs of the 
nation and the world, this lar¬ 
gest of citiee is without aews 
and opinion. 

Thera should be no lUuslon 
that teievlsion and radio can 
fill the void. As Walter Cron- 
kite has aeveral timet said, 
anyone who thinks he is get- - 
ting the news from the tube Is 
kidding himself. What he 
really Is getting on the night¬ 
ly nears Is a recital of bred- 
llnes, often together with, 
thanks to the satellite, two or 
three minntes of events In 
faraway places. 

Some quickie sheets have 
moved In to try to take the 
place of the TTmee, the News 
and the Poet and they are 
snatched off the newsstands. 
But thair limits are all too 
obvious, both in the depth of 
news and la the whole range 
of eommerclel appeal that 
the struck newspapers con¬ 
tain. 

For anyone remotely con¬ 
cerned arlth what Is happen¬ 
ing in tha world, thin dose ant 
merely mean a sense of loss, 
a loes of something vitel to 
the day, as tbou^ an oM 
friend had mysteriously ab¬ 
sented Umseii. For buslneu 
dependent on advertising — 
de^rtraent stores, theatres, 
movlae, eafee — It can mean 
a serious commercial loee. 
At the beginning of the (alt 
season, buyers who come to 
New York srtll find it harder 
to make their selectlotts srttb- 
ont guidance from the preae. 

If only because of the First 
Amendment to the Constlta- 
tlon, wWch s ee ms to assure 
the role of a public Instltu- 
tioa, tboN has beea a mis¬ 
conception about the status of 
tbspraae. With a obligation to 
print the news, it assuffloe the 
stature of, egy, the police or 
the fire departaiant. 

TTile coavaolently orer- 
looka the (act that a aswa- 
papar Is private property that 
must make a prom to atri 
vivt. Oertaia papaib la the 
great chalna have made vary 
urge profita, and dtey are 
tradsd aa thongh Ihsy watw 
maaufaoniren or om 




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a the power 
I locked Into I 


papers locked Into Imperson¬ 
al chains that seem related 
only to the marketplace. This 
Is one reason the shutdown 
and the tangle of the strike 
will contribute to that dis¬ 
trust. 

Some nesrspapers have un¬ 
dertaken aalf-critlcism 
through an ombudsman who 
concerns himself full IlnM 
with the business of the press, 
concentrating largely on his 
owa newspaper ahd its faults. 


A good example is the Wash¬ 
ington Poet, whose Charles 
.Seib often cuts close to thr 
bone in his frank criticism of 
sins of omission and commis¬ 
sion as ha tecs them. 

One source of public dis 
trust is the ever-lncreasinit 
concentration of aewspapers 
and television osreershlp. In 
many areas the newspaper 
and the principal telerislon 
station have the tame owner¬ 
ship. More than a hundred 
cities have no newspaper 
competition. 

Nor can television with (Is 
sfter-tex profits running st 
an average of la per cent, 
consider Htelf Immune from 
the grosring distrust. The ex- 
ploltetlon of sex and violence 
is of great concern, particu 
lariy with regard to the 
you^ who may see far more 
of the crude stuff of gunfire 
and rape than their parent.s 
realize. 

(cl UMM Meknc SvMicaw. Me. 


Erma Bombeck 


1 


The world Is divided into two groups: those who 
aren’t crazy about cats and those who think cats are the 
greatest thing since sliced bread. 

I personally cannot relate to anything that licks Its 
feet while I'm' talking to U. but I have to say since seeing 
cats on television. I have sever seen a more impressive 


I used to think cals wandered from room 
losklng (or a velour sofa to shed on, but since watching 
them on televisioa 1 have gained a new respect for them. 
They type, answer the pbm. play (he piano, take baths 
and do tne cha-cha-cha. la one commercial, there were IS 
of them nudging one another out of a bowl of their 
favoslte food. 

If anyone out there has a cal out of work. It's their 
own fault. 

As Mary Worth once said. "I don't mean to meddle." 
but It's my observation that dogs had better shape up. 
Just tipping over a te-pound bag of dog food and panting 
Isa't gMag to do it anymore. How much longer caa (hey 
slide In on the coattails of Benji? 

If dogs don't get aa Image-maker pretty soon, their 
popularity will go right down the tube. 

Do d^ have a Mg poster going (or them? Cals do. 
The pictm of a cal hanging from a parallel bar saying. 
“HAm m ITflHIE, BABY^’ is a claaeic 

Have dogs made aa Impact on Washington? If so. 
then how come Ihe srords "(at cat” dominate the pelltical 

And who caa quarrel with cats' astoclaOoa with sex 
symbols? A sterlet can purr like a sex kitten, but irhere Is 
she If someone calto her a bow-wow? 

I don't think I'm being dramatic when I say It's only a 
matter of time before cats hit Broadway In "Cheiut 
FsUae", take over movies with a thriller called. "Claws" 
and have their own TV series, "Utter Bsswe ea (be 
Prairie". 

The other night as I was watching TV, my dog was 
lying on my foot snoring when I saw a cat dancing end 
sini^ on television. 

That tore It. I got up and headed (or the door. 

“Are you going out to buy eat food?” asked my sen. 

“Are you kldiUng? I'm gMng out to boy a cat.” 


of Heine's products. 

la my opiaioi 
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To the editor 


Strike WASP stings 
threat 





last straw 

This must be the last straw: 
BCGEU Is threatening the 
government, which really is 
every one of us, sritk strikes 

again. 

Most government em¬ 
ployees are the highest paM 
personnel in our province 
having most fringe benefits, 
least hours of wo^. the long 
est holiday;;, the best pen¬ 
sions and they do the least 
work of all of us. As a matter 
of fact some of the things they 
do cannot Iw classified as 
work. I have' seen it for my¬ 
self as I was a government 
employee myself at one 
time. 

Now Ihey are threatening 
us that uniess we stop telling 
them to shape up they are 
going to make things tough, 
such as not paying the doc¬ 
tors their services under the 
medical plan. etc. 

Some government em¬ 
ployees are engaged In pro¬ 
ductive work, such as high¬ 
way maintenance and. the 
like, but by the time we the 
taxpayer pay for their ad 
ministrative office staff, pay¬ 
master, secretaries, office 
buildings, etc. the cost Is pro¬ 
hibitive compared to what 
the civil sector or private en¬ 
terprise can provide. 

BCGEt' representative Mr. 
Fryer is against contracting 
out work to private enter¬ 
prise. He wants to carry on 
with the inefficient bureau 
cratic work habit of the gov¬ 
ernment service and Is pre¬ 
pared to make us all suffer 
fur that, we who pay his and 
his cohorts salaries through 
taxes, monies that are made 
in the pris ate sector, because 
government does not make 
money — they can only spend 
It. 

Now Is the time for all of us 
to tell the BCCEU and in par¬ 
ticular Mr. Fryer, that unless 
they shape up. we are going 
to demand they ship out. 
They are here to serve us 7'} 
hours each day. and we de¬ 
mand this. 

In order that not only the 
readers of your paper read 
the foregoing — I have taken 
the liberty to forward a copy 
to our premier, .Mr. Ben 
nett. 

We will all stand behind 
him in his efforts to upgrade 
the efficiency of the govern¬ 
ment. He will also know that 
if hr does not. we will elect 
someone who will next time. 

KRIK HOEI. 


Barrett ideology 

At last 'wee' Davie Barrett has confirmed his 'small¬ 
ness' as a political leader by Informing all in Canada that 
Quebec's and Canada's problems were instigated by the 
WASP group, namely White, Anglo-Saxon. Protestants! In 
an article slated tat the Cohnltt of Aug. J1 Davie staled. 
"Our Ideology and our philosophy are a direct threat to the 
traditional poorer of the WASP "Elite." 

Well Davie, as a WASP by birth and heritage, which 
goes back five generations, you will have to admit that 
our WASP forefathers did one great Job of setting up a dem¬ 
ocratic government under the WASP monarchy that has 
benefitted many other ethnic and religious groups besides 
the WASP eHta.' 

The socialist-communist strategy which .vou support, 
tries to make political gains by such remarks, to try and 
divide peoples so your 'Red' group can plan our takeover 
.Shame on .vou, I am officially complaining to your party- 
sponsored head of the B.C. Human Rights Commission, 
Ms. Ruff. 

Davie, you will never get rid of the WASP group be¬ 
cause they are all around you, including N'DP WASPs 
(God forbid) who I hope will keep you as the socialist lead 
er who will never be a threat in leading B.C. down the road 
of socialism. 

Keep up your good work while you can enjoy our dem¬ 
ocratic wfep democracy. WASP ideology will prev((ll 
and you Reds will never comiuer truth, freedom of reli¬ 
gion. freedom of the press and free enterprise 

R. A. MCLEOD, 

1121 Cluculs Ave., 
Prince (ieorge. 


Justice 
for all 


In Mr Trudeau's Just So¬ 
ciety one would expect that 
justice would be dispensed 
(airly to all Canadians. 

The sentence recently Im¬ 
posed on Jack Davis for his 
foolish lapse appears harsh 
when one considers how for¬ 
mer justice minister Pierre 
Klliott Trudeau and the cur¬ 
rent Justice Minister Otto 
Lang consistently used gov¬ 
ernment aircraft to entertain 
relatives and friends at tax¬ 
payers' expense involving 
hundreds of thousands of dol¬ 
lars. 

Are not they equally culp¬ 
able? Are ethical standard 
debatable? 

The amount of public funds 
used improperly is not of 
paramount importance. The 
most serious concern of the 
average Canadian is the de¬ 
plorable decline in moral 
standards in this country 
after a decade of Trudea- 
mania! 

F. E. W. 


Reluctant investment cry 
raises speculation on defeat 


It is astounding that the 
frustrated premier of this 
province would have us be¬ 
lieve that investors are reluc¬ 
tant to Invest in British Co¬ 
lumbia out of fear that a New 
Democratic Party govern¬ 
ment might be elect^ after 
the next election. This is a 
tacit admission by the pre¬ 
mier that this is a strong 
possibility. 

The premise that Investors 
are afraid of a NDP govern¬ 
ment is of course false. In¬ 
vestments were just as se¬ 
cure. If not more so, when the 
NDP formed the govern 
ment. Why then does Pre 
mier Bennett fear that his 
government will be defeated 
in the next election? 

First, everyone is aware 
that there is something tragi 
cally wrong with our society 
when so many people are in 
dire need, especially In such 
a richly endowed province as 
B C , albeit the problems are 
not confined to this province, 
and that fundamental 
changes have to be made 
I'hls the premier knows but is 


powerless to act. His govern¬ 
ment Is shackled to tho large 
corporations, national and 
multinational; and the ide¬ 
ology that profit is para¬ 
mount. 

People are becoming in¬ 
creasingly aware that the 
Socred corporate philosophy 
Is not in the best interesu of 
the majority. Who can he 
blame then for the state of the 
economy? If the premier 
goes out in the rain and gels 
his (eel wet does he blame the 
weatherman or someone who 
forgot to tell him to pul his 
rubbers on? 

Free enterprise that It true 
and honest, practised by the 
majority of business people, 
is admirable and provides us 
with many of the good things 
we enjoy. If genuine free en¬ 
terprise was the general rule 
we would not have many of 
Ihe problems we have today. 
There would beigreater sta 
billty. security, love and re¬ 
spect fornach other which we 
all deslrA| 

(ienuinWree enterprise is 
rapidly being eroded how 
ever by profit obsessed cor- 


Civic Scene 


by Hubert Beyer 



.lust when you think It's going In be a quiet day. all 
hell breaks loose. 

My phone on'Thursday resembled a B.C. Tel switch¬ 
board more than the traditional communications device I'm 
accustomed to. 

I think I got a call from every residenl of Victoria West 
and every senior employee of Ihe YM-WCA. 

Most of them called to complain about a column which 
had appeared In Ihe Colonist that morning: some called to 
say they liked ft 1 wasn't overjoyed either. 

At Ihe end of a Tdhg day', T w'as suXi itf ftAe one ihlhg: 
People have a capacity to read Into an article exactly what 
they want to reassure their own prejudices and misconcep¬ 
tions. I also found out, once again, that people have short 
memories 

In last Thursday's Civic -Scene. I had made brief 
mention of a minor controversy in Victoria West. I said that 
some people In the community weren't too thrilled with a 
bunch of youngsters hanging around the new community 
centre on Craigflower Road scaring other kids away. 

And I suggested that existing programs may not be 
enticing enou^ to lure all youngsters to the centre. Some 
kids simply don't like structured programs 

INNTKAD of TRYING In find ways and means of 
gelling rid of them. I said, new and different programs 
ought to be Introduced that would appeal to those kids who 
now prefer to "hang around" 

.vnres of peo^e phoned and look exception to my 
comments. They were self-righteous and Indignant. 

Apart from the fact that a lot of them had completely 
misconstrued my comments, they also levelled a berraga i>f 
general accusations at the news madia In general and me la 
particular. 

Nothing wrong with that, folks. 1 Ilka a good argument, 
but don't tay that the CMonfaf hasn't given tiia new commu¬ 
nity centra any good praaa alneo H opened. 

When plaM for the centre ware first formulalad, 1 
supported them In a number of columns, t also wrote a aten 
about the fadlltlat a few days before the centre opened. 
Hint story wm so complimentary that t wu a ce naad of 
doing a nubile relatloos job for the community and tbs 
YM^CA which la operatlpg the contra. 

MO MLCI FOR BAD proas. As (or m> siatamenta lhat 
some forces in ihe community oppnnt any programs which 
aren't catering exclualvrl) to ine "good kids,'' 1 draw to 


Talk Politics with Jim Hume 



The movement to draft Bill King as one of two NDP 
standard bearers In Victoria during the next provincial 
election la much stronger than even some party faithful 
reeliae. 

Prime salesman on the desirability of King being a 
sitting member in the capital Is his former roommate and 
cabinet colleague Bill Hartley. Now an insurance salesman. 
Hartley has been quietly advocating King as a candidate 
since electoral reform wiped out Revelstoke-Slocan as a 
provincial riding. And the word is that, unlike John Brewin 
acrau Ihe Selkirk Water, be has had no trouble selling Ihe 
idea to Ihe rank and file. 

Highly respected. King makes for lough times wherev er 
he decides to run. which means that Recreation and Conser¬ 
vation Minister Sam Bawif and whoever joins him on Ihe 
•Social Credit ticket, will be In for the hardest battle he's ev er 
fought. 

THATS IF SAM decides to give It another shot, which Is 
by no means a 100 per cent certainly. He's taken quite a 
battering in the past year at Ihe political and family level 
and he has to be wondering from time to time w hether it's all 
worth it. * 

But If Sam has to worry about King, and he does, he ran 
at least take comfort in the (act that with King running in Ihe 
capital a doien other cabinet ministers can rest easy. 

Being a modest man King probably hasn't been aware of 
the concern caused in cabinet ranks as they watched and 
wondered where he would surface. Some of them openlv 
expressed the hope that he would find a lucrative job in the 
trade union movement and piously added, "he deserves 
some reward for all of his efforts" 

The hope was a sincere one. and honestly because they 
wanted King to find comfort and happiness — away from 
politics. There were a couple of cabinet ministers who w ould 


porations which Ihe present 
type of government supports 
and is supported by. Is this 
the type of investor our pre¬ 
mier wishes to invite to Brit¬ 
ish Columbia? 

Does Ihe premier really ex¬ 
pert us to believe that Ihe 
poor slate of the economy in 
the prov ince, high unemploy¬ 
ment. and apathy is due to 
the possib'ilitv of the NDP 
being re-elecied? Are busi¬ 
nesses going bankrupt now 
because they (ear the NDP 
may form the next govan- 
ment" Are we hearing an¬ 
other version of the senior 
Bennett ode. "The socialist 
hordes are at Ihe gates?" 

When the coach of a foot¬ 
ball team Is worried that his 
team is going to be defeated 
he has two reasons (or his 
concern. One. he knows that 
the other team has a better 
game plan, or two. hr knows, 
that his own team and game 
plan are Inadequate to do the 
job. He will not win by trying 
to debunk the other team. 

W STOTT, 
25* Portsmouth Dr , 
Victoria. 



.. and this button works out my percentage on 
album sales, touring fees, aongwrlting royalties and T\ 
appearances." 


willingly have advocated a pension for the ex-railroader if 
he'd disappear from the political scene. 

EVEN MINE.S MINISTER Jim Chabol. a doughty and 
fearless fighter In Columbia River, gave a few nervous 
twitches when the word got out that King might slip over the 
mountains from Revelstoke and give Chabol a run for his 
money. Chabol has been smiling a lot more during Ihe past 
few days. 

King, unlike Brewin. played his cards smartly. He not 
only maintained living accommodation In the area but he 
did a lot of wsiking and talking before even considering 
running. And let it be added quickly that there is no final 
decision from King. He's keeping his options open but the 
odds on him running here are go^ 

How would he ^? It's difficult to say because Victoria 
doesn't like parachute candidates and lhat label would 
quickly be slapped on King. But personally I don't think it's 
a iabei that would slick. 

During his stint as minister of labor King earned 
grudging respect from all corners of the political world. He 
earned more respect as pro tern parly leader In the House 
during Dave Barrett's enforced absence and more again as 
house leader. In other words, he isn't exactly an unknown. 

IF I WERE A BOOKIE I'd have to call King near the lop 
of the poll along with Bawif. if Bawif runs. Charles Barber 
would be a close third. Just remember where you read it 
first. 

With King half committed to a decision, there are two 
incumbent MLAs from Ihe NDP side yet to find new 
battlegrounds 

Rosemary Brown and Norman levi are silling mem 
bers for Vancouver-Buirard. another riding scheduled to 
disappear Ihe next time we go to Ihe pulls. Roth politicians. 
Levi a former cabinet minister, can be expected to be found 
on some unsuspecting victims' doorstep one of those days 

Of Ihe two Rosemary would have to be regarded as the 
toughest competition There Is llllle doubt that whichever 
riding she tosses her hat in she will know that Brow n is more 
than a color by Ihe time it's all over 

Levi will have to select carefully before he charges out 
of Ihe gale. Vancouver-Burrard might forgive him for the 
ease w ith which he doled out taxpay ers' money w hen he » as 
In office, but most areas of Ihe province won t 

He will find it difficult to win a seal. 

IN THE MEANTIME the NDP nomination fight m 
r.squlmalt continues just below the surface and as fierte as 
always. Saying so will no doubt produce another splurge of 
letters (mm Ihe NDP penmanship club, but Ihe word Is that 
Brewin Is still running second to Frank .Mitchell. The 
grapevine also tells us that King took a brief look at 
Esquimau, considered the possibility of becoming a third 
eonleslanl but decided against It 

And you can bet that he didn't back away bevause hr 
was afraid of bruising Brewin's feelings 

W hichever way It goes the NDP finishes up w ith a strong 
candidate, although I still think that in Esquimau with its 
strung logging, fishing, sawmill, dockyard backb<ine the guy 
who talks the language of the work force has a belter chance 
that the bright lawyer. 

Don't gel mad, just prove me wrong. Or riglil. 

One last thought on Esquimau: Why wouldn't Dave 
Barrett, a resident of the area since l(i72. nin on his himie 
turf’ Because Vancouver-East is safer, .,ou say ? 

.Shucking. 


your attention Ihe controversy with which a program li- 
volvlng William Head Inmates was received. 

A lot of parents cancelled their membership in the 
community association because of a recent such program 
And when a similar program was given Ihe go-ahead by a 
very narrow margin at a meeting last Friday, officials of 
the'Vic West Community Development Association expect¬ 
ed a lot of opposition from parents. . 

Some opposition surfaced at lhat meeting. One mother 
told a numher of Inmates present that her children 
were IHtimniJtWf'ly Tlirliimxter-Slie-stW-Hiey-'srere 
hanging around the centre, their language was foul and her 
kids were picking it up. 

It Is that altitude which makes a shambles of any 
rehabilitation program. Yes, these young people have com¬ 
mitted crimes. There was a bank robber at the meeting and 
there were some drug offenders. 

But let me tell you something, you nice people: There 
but for the grace of God, are your Mda and mine. 

You can't build fancy edlflces to youth's greater spoils 
and entertalnmeol glory and cloap your eyes to those who 
for some reason or other have stumbled and fallen flat on 
Itoir faces. 

VtHI CANT JUST MAKE them go away, refusing any 
respooalblllty for those who have run afoul of society. 

If you do you're hypocrites. And don't be surprised If 
no one cares If your kida should run Into problems. 

Besides, the whole objective of the Inmate program la 
to have someone with first-hand knowledge tell Uds what 
can happen If they don't Uie the line. 

No, 1 don't think I have widened the pp that existed la 
your community, as one parent clalmad at the meeting. 

Now If you were to ask why the Oak Bay community 
centre doaaa'i deelga programs that lavelve lanulaa, you'd 
be asking a valid guamion. 

Aad my aaewer weald be, becaiise tbey'ra even bUgisr 
kypecritas. Bat that deasa't take you off dw hook. If^ 
think yonr cWldran win bo oipoooa to tho wrong Influeneoa, 
why An't yon p to tho oommunUy eontre and help mako the 
progren t mcmm. 

Aa (or the UnglMo claims of aaeh bad Influence, I'm a 
Httio amused. Any parent who bellovea that It takas a 
William Hoad Inmats to teach tboir kMa foul language, 
hasn't baen near a schoolyard In a long Umo. 

In fact, they prubaMy have lurgotien their own Kbool 
days. 


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Yalden's lesson: Bilingual have edge on jobs 


TORONTO (CP» - Tf»ih 
rn couM do t boltor Job of 
\flllRg Frrach by ramindlno 
iheir Mudrat^ It will gltf 
them 1 rompetilivo edge In 
today't tlRhl Job market. 
>aya Official languages 
Commiulooer Max Yalden. 

.Speaking to Flench teach, 
era here Friday, Yalden aald 
he was coacemed that the 
percentage of Ontario high 
'chool students studying 
French as a second language 


had dropped to per cent 
from 4g.( per cent eight years 
ago. - 

"Being able to speak Can 
ada's two official languages 
will not guarantee any of our 
young people a Job. but it will 
give them a definite advan 
lage, not only with the got 
ernment but with virtually 
every ser\ Ice-oriented enter 
prise In ibe private loctor 
that dues busimss in parti of 
Canada with a siieable 


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Yalden laM many Mudmts 
had already had a bitter taile 
of Ihe Job market that awali 
ed them In (heir summer 
Job learcbei of Ihe lail few 
years. 

He advliad icachen lo 
capilallze on the itudenli' ca¬ 
reer concern .1 by making U 
clear ibal knowltdgr of 
French offen them an extra 
qualification In the eywa of 
proapectlve emptoyen. the 
chance to move freely lo de¬ 
velop tbrir careen and tha 
i hance to work for interna 
liuoal agenciei which deal 
with llw French'ipeaklng 
world. 

He alM arged hli audience 
to take advantage of the re 
cent iocrrau In Mudent inter 
eit in Canadian lUidiFi lo 
promote French training. 

"A unllingual Canadian In 
this country—In thii prov 
•ince—who h not able lo break 


through the language barrier 
li woriring with a puule from 
which some pieces are mitu.- 
ing." he said. 

The language commisxion 
er vald It wax time for Cana¬ 
dians to Slop feeling sorry for 
themselves. 

He said he often had Ihe 
impression Canadians fell 
singled out as the only people 
in Ihe wqrM faced wHh Ihe 
hardship of eight-month win- 
ten and Wliagualism. 

Yalden used Ihe examples 
of Swiueriaad. Belgium, the 
Soviat L'nlon. India. Malaysl 
and Sri Lanka to make his 
point that multilingualism Is 
the rule rather than the ex 
cepllon. 

He also pointed lo the L’nil- 
rd Stales with 4.S mlllloa In¬ 
habitants who call Spanish 
their first langus)^ to .show 
that Canada's 4 million fran 
cophones are not alone as a 
lini^itic minority. 

Yalden said all the contro 


versy surrounding Quebec's 
language legislsilon. Bill 101. 
had o^ured the fact that 
Quebec's anglophone minor 
ity still had many more Ian- 


guage rights than Ihe franco- sllliito fOr Studies In Educa 
phone minorities in the other lion whleh concluded that 


nine provinces. 


mixed language secondary 


As evidence, be cited a re- schools in Ontario had lend 
cent study by the Ontario In- ed to steer FnMO-Ontarians 


Into English studies 
"No wonder these schools 
have sometimes been called 
avslmilation factories." he 
said. 


Funds probes 
bring charges 


CALGARY (CP) — A total 
of 13 bribery' and fraud 
charges have been laid by 
RCMP following a year-long 
investigation Into Ihe misuse 
of Sloney Indian band funds, 
a spokesman for Ihe Alberta 
allorney-general's depart 
men! has said. 

The spokesman said fivt 
counts of giving sacret com- 
missloni, fivt counts of re¬ 
ceiving secret commissions 
tnd three counts of fraud 
hate been laid. 

Summonses hive been 
served on til but one Individ¬ 
ual. be said. Tbote charged 
have not been identified and 
KCMP offIcUlt refuted to 
say whether those charged 
are band members. 

Thoee accuaod of receiving 
commissions trill appear Oct. 
10 in provincial court in 
Cochrane. Alte., while those 
(barged with giving secret 
commissions are lo appear 
Uet. 30. No date has been set 
for Ihe fraud charges. 

The charges arise from a 
yeardoiig . InvesUgatloa 
sparked by q iwo-day all-in 
protest at the Morlay marva 
band officn in S^tember, 
1970. 

Backed by members of the 
American Indian Movement 
30 armed Indiana stormad 
Into the band offica dempnd- 
lagtn Investigation into man- 
agtment of bind fundi. 

Although tho ilt-ln ended 
peacefully. It was not until 
April, 1977, that auditors 
found any problems. 

Harold CardtotU former 
Indian tffnlrs rngtooal direc¬ 
tor, ordered an Tndepaadeni 


audit which alleged wide- 
spreed misuse of funds 
Cardinil said at that time 
the RCMP's commercial 
fraud section was intreatigat- 
Ing the poasIMc roiauic of 
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affairs minister Warren AH- 
niand denied Cardinal's re¬ 
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OTTAWA (UPl)-Th* fed- 
enl MviMTiment appuled to 
■trlking postmen Sotuiday to 
accept biixllnn arbitration of 
a contract dispute or face the 
poaslbillty of being legUlated 
Dock to wbrfc. 

Treasury Board President 


Robert Andras and Postmas- 
ter-Goaeral Gillos Lamon- 
tagne told a news conference 
the government eouM not af¬ 
ford more than Ita final wage 
offei^-40 cents an hour in an 
over-all Increase and would 
not ^ve in to union de¬ 
mands. 


Vn-canny journey 

Clare Ritter, shown In 1>77, is a 71-year-old widow who 
spent three years pedalling a bicycle and chasing down 
aluminum cans to sell for 13 cents a pound to a 
recycling plant in St. Petersburg, Fla. Using money 
she made selling cans, Mrs. Ritter flew Friday to 
Istanbul to board liner Odessa for 32-day cruise to 
Kgypt. Greece and North Africa. 

Zambia cools 
cheat talk 
against U.K. 

KANO, Nigeria (Reuter) — British Prime Minister 
James Callahan and Zambian President Kenneth Kaunda 
emerged smiling from more than six hours of talks Saturday 
and both made It clear that Zambia no longer feels cheated 
over Rhodesia sanctlons- 
bustlng by British oil com¬ 
panies. 

Callaghan flew to this 
northern Nigerian city Fri¬ 
day after Kaunda. furious 
over recent disclosures that 
British companies were cir¬ 
cumventing UN sanctions, 
accused Britain of cheating. 

The two leaders said they 
were now more concerned 
with future developments in 
southern Africa than In hold¬ 
ing an Inquest on the past. 

Kaunda. asked about sanc- 
tions-busting. smiled and 
said: “We discussed it freely 
and frankly and reached ac¬ 
cord.” 

Callaghan, who returned to 
London via Lagos, the Niger¬ 
ian capital, said the British 
government had been given 
assurances that no oil under 
British control had gone to 
Rhodesia since the summer 
of last year. 

Kaunda said the talks had 
been frank. 

“I am glad to say we fully 
agreed on what measures we 
should take In order to try to 
save the explosive situation 
In southern Africa.” he 
added. 

Asked if his allegations that 
Britain cheated were forgot¬ 
ten. Kaunda said, “We have 
not had an inquest. When I 
asked Jim, to come that was 
not my Intention.” 

The two later travelled to 
Lagos for talks with Nigeria's 
head-of-state, Lt.-Oen. Oluse- 
gun Basanjo. 



Vtagy 

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The highest civilian honor 
bestowed in France bat been 
given to Prof. Jean-Paul 
Vinay, a University of Vic¬ 
toria linguistics professor. 

Vinay is director of the Ca¬ 
nadian Bilingual Dictionary 
Project at UVIc, and was 
awarded the rank of Cheva¬ 
lier de la Legion D'Honneur 
by French President Valery 
Giscard d'EstaIng. The 
award It equivalent to a 
knighthood In England. A for¬ 
mal presentation of the 
award will be made by the 
French ambassador to Can¬ 
ada In Victoria next March. 

Vinay received the award 
In recognition of his long aca¬ 
demic Involvement with the 
French language in France. 
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HONEY ON THE DRIP 


TULSA, OkU. (UPD—Bert McElroy's liv¬ 
ing room ceiling leaks—not rainwater, but 
honey. 

McElroy has been catching the honey, 
which he says began dripping from the ceil¬ 
ing a few weeks ago, and has about a 
gallon so far. 

Apparently bees built a hive In the ceiling, 
McElroy said. 

His father found them flnt while pulling 
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b^an flying out of tiny holes in the ma- 
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“About a gallon of honey hat dripped out 
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the moat recent honey. It's very thick 
and golden. I've tasted H and It teems 
okay." 

But he said he didn't plan to eat It because 
It might contain chemicals from the paint. 


He said, however, that the 
government was willing to 
subject Itself to Mnding arM- 
tfntion if the l(,n(-member 
Letter Carriers Union of Can¬ 
ada would do likewise. 

“We win subject ourselves 
as a govemmenL as an em¬ 
ployer, If the union trill sub¬ 
ject Itself to the third party. 
And we will be bound jy 
that,” Andras said. "And 
that's where we stand at this 
time.” 

The union launched a series 
of rotating strikes Friday In 
23 ciUes. The strike was ex¬ 
pected to continue throughout 


the weekend and Into next 
week. 

The government has of¬ 
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There was no Immediate 
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dent Robert McGarry, who 
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would not accept the inter¬ 
vention of a third party. 

Both sides met in last-ditch 
efforts Thursday night and 


Friday night, but McGarry 
came away from both meet¬ 
ings saying the government 
had failed to make any fresh 
offers In order to resolve the 
dispute. 


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Will Kinnaird be healer the B.C. Fed needs? 


ByDONOOUJNB 


1lM B.C. Fadtrattoa •( 
Labar, in naad a( a hnaUng 
podon itnca the wriona apUt 
It Rifferad two yaan ago, 
may find wbat It la lookfaiB 
tor tn tha (onn ol a taagl)> 
mlndad, aquaiwaheotlag 
Scot. 

But aa now, Jim Kinaalrd 
doaan't know If ba wants In 
becoma tha ad,B0t in aa n bar 
fadaratioa'i fint-avar king In 
tha casUa. 

Ha san ha has baan ap- 
proacbad aboot itandlng for 
alectlao to tba organlunon't 
first full-tlina pratMoncy, hat 
givan it soma thonght and 
protMbly won’t maka ap Ut 
mind for anothar waak or ao. 


dafaat of tba NDP _ 
mant tha yaar baton. 

Wblla tha two Uggaat 
Ilona tha Intatnatianal 
Woodworkart of Amarica and 
tha B.C. Gorenunaat En- 
ployeat* Untan wora laigaly 
against him—Gay draw si^ 
port from a aombar af tradi- 
ttonalift groups, including 
tba bulMlng tradas. 

Hut's wban Ktamaird 
cones into tba ptcton. He’s 
president of the tradas coun¬ 
cil, but at tha tame tinu Is 
highly estaemed by tha other 

doubt. Us supporters say, 
'r?.. that ba c^ heU tha 
wounds. 


NEW METHOD 
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KKMCHB)*TD.I.C. 


(tsosnSy puoMiad muAi ol 
lastwoh al U.B.C. itpofl on a 
now, sMlpla, pisstani way lo 
and smdUflg panntnaMly. 


ms Fim coacan ad tha 
moment la tha W,tOO-mambsr 
B.C and Yukon BnUdUg 
Trades Council ha leads, 
which Is heading for its own 
canvention and electton at the 
and of October—aoroa three 
weeks ahead of tha ftva.day 
faderatloa convantioa which 
begins Nov. 20. 

Kinnaird has won consldar- 
ablc respect both Inside and 
ontslda the labor movamant, 
and in tha days ahead is 
apt to feel Ilka tha rope in a 
tng-of-war game. At one and 
are certain Infiaantial labor 
flguiea who want him to head 
the fadaratioo becauaa thay 
believe ha Is tha one man who 
can successfully bring op¬ 
posing factions together. At 
the other end are building 
trades unionists who recog¬ 
nise his leadersUp quality 
and don't want to see It re¬ 
moved from their own orga- 
abalicn. 

“I HAVE ONE priority at 
tha moment and that'a tha 
bnildlng trades convention," 
Kinnaird said In ao lnle^ 
view. 'Tva also got to aaa 
last what the structure is 
gaing lo be for tha buildhig 
trades in the future. I Just 
don’t walk out on something 
Hite that.” 

But If it seems the big 
council Is In good shape, he's 
smeclad lo take the plunge. • 

Actually, those supporting 
him for the federation Job 
don't think It will be much of 
a plunge. They don’t expect 
him to be cballenged. The 
combination of his strength 
and hla popularity would ba 
expactad to discourage other 
woidd-ba con t ende r s. 

THE ntttV bad Hs begin¬ 
ning two years ago, with an 
unsncceaaful attempt to 
dump hard-nosed federatlaa 
secretary Len Guy. tlw op- 
posltton oamp was made up 
of labor aophlsticalas and 
nthars srho simply blamed 
Guy's blunt tactics for tba 


Dad shells 
litter fields 


THIONVILLE, France 
(AP) — Besidents of this 
unm 00 the German border 

« they had seen the last 
r’a artillery when the 
Sacood World War ended, but 
they hadn’t figured on tba 
Armed Terrorist Revolution¬ 
ary Anarchist Movement. 
TiMusandt of dud sballs litter 
naar^ fields, and police say 
the terrorists have used them 
la 2t bombing attacks la the 
past year. The latest was 
Sunday when a courtbousa 
was blown up. Tbere hsvs 
been ao casualties and ao a^ 
I la the bombing wave. 


BETWEEN STINTS aa 
tradas council leader, Kln- 
aalrd aarved as associate 
deputy labor minister under 
tha last provtadal govam- 
ment, and later wrote a com¬ 
prehensive report for the gov¬ 
ernment on what what was 
needed to cure the labor ills 
In the constmetion Industry. 



Kliuaird 


If ha decides to stand and Is 
unopposed, the cooventioa 
this tlma will probably get to 
without a political bloodlsi- 
tlng. 


Tha key figwras la aw other 

camp went to In the pietura. 
Guy decMad to rettre taveral 
months ago and federattan 

presidsnt Georgs Jatmaton 

said to wouldn’t seek rwelee- 
tton. 

UNTIL NOW tbs preai- 
dent'a role has not bean s 
fuU-tlaM Jab, leaving the aae- 
retary to wW tto^ clab. 
Dave MacIntyre, who re¬ 
placed Guy, could to op- 
po a ad, lasldm belicva. Th^ 
alae aspect that If there is to 
to aay tottla, it will show ap 
la tha alactioo of tha various 
vice p r salda n t t . 

However, tha country's 
economy and federal ^ 
provlacUl elections are Ukaly 
to steal the spotlight this tlnM 
from the faderatioa’a poUti- 
claas. 

"WITH THE ENDING of 
the wage and price controls, 
we are now entering an un¬ 
certain post-control period, 
and that is bound to to a 


m«|or Itani at the eeaven- 
tiaa," one leatUng labor offi¬ 
cial mM Friday. 

Public sec to r unions are 
also bound to get some atten- 
tiea. They claim their mem¬ 
bers are being made the 
‘‘whipping boys" for the eco- 
nsoalc lUa of the aatloa and 
they havn warned that they 
Intend to take the various 
a la nos e to- 
I csafroatatloa. 

“But there are those who 
feel we have entered aa era 


that might to entltlad the 
Power of the Public Sector 
Unions," an insider said. "It 
is a time when a lot of people 
talk of the rising expectatiens 
of tbeae groups.” 

IT B SOMETHING which 
he says produces the “Propo¬ 
sition U syndrome." 

"School boards, hospital 
boards, municipal getmm- 
menta—they're all very con¬ 
scious BOW of the rising costs 
and tha complaints of taxpay- 


they are dig¬ 
it the pabHc- 


ars. It 

ging is against 
sector employees, and the 
union representing these em- 
ple y aa a most also dig la. 

“For aO the workers are 
also very conscioas of the rise 
In the cost of Uving. Because 
of the controls, they have 


been falling behind, and they 
reeant It” 

Unionists make one other 
poM; The quesUon of risiag 
costs Is complicated by the 
blab rate of unemployiiieot 

It Is a cornMnatloa they say 
bos historically tended ta d^ 
prees wages._ 





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79% ID 96% ol tw pnokoti Hho 
Mod IUJ.T. qun su c ems M y. 
6 you enm to Slop smoking,« 
« your dooiot hm Wd you H 
Mop, phqno now lor kio kdor' 
r on 

igunanlsod 


amohnns ndto wnnf to otop 
iwte k l n g tor Ms onn — 

FfWtm 90m ffOOt WnH/gfl 

Optsmtor, ZoniPt MtO, 
Rortprtdl lmpfO¥»moitl 

a a— — -a— . 

00^9^0t MONQVl' 90 

MO to iM o.ia iirr 

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Baby Week 


Save 20% 


With special savings and values on things 
to keep baby comfy and cosys 
Shop Mon. through Sat., Sept. 30 

Value! 

Buy a Sears crib for 
safety, quality, etyie 


79 


99 


a—Hardvrood construction ento with single 
drop tide has 4-posltlon mattress support. 
Casters, play balls. No-lool assembly. White 
or Yellow with decorated panel. 
2«R 065 128. 


b Save S2I 6 eection all-around bumper 
pod. 11k" loem. 29R 063 064. Reg. t12.«9. 

siaaa. 


tin isa-ook mattreea. Jutw- 
wrapped tor (Irmnnee Foam and felt padding. 
Vented vinyl cover. 29R 063 034. 

Reg. 844.B9. $39.09. 


WeR-made aceessoriee 
for baby’s active life 

Save SSI Happy Hippo pattom playpen 
hoe vinyl-covered draft barrier and top raU. 
Nylon mesh and chromad ateal frame. W" 
loem pod. Folde for eaay storage. Size ia 
approximately 40"x40''. TOR 067 156. 

Rag. tM.M. 


a—6ave BSI High chair featured In the 
popular Colonial ^Ing. Foam pad eaat, and 
bock. Haa plasftc tray with handy adjuetabla 
footrest. Sturdy steel frame. About 33" high. 
2BR 066 046. Rag. $36.90. $34.99. 


smw ee.ee 

AerySe pOs hunUng bsi- Ool- 
lon SSfi. Mne. IhswSMna 
head. YsSow, Fink. Kue Ws M 
20 ». 290 098 2090. 

Reg. 919.99. 

tia.ee 


etooiMipi 



Dalsyfresh maternity bra 

7 99 

Rag. $10 

Fgaturee drop cup style with convenient locking 
devica. AdjuttaUe front straps. In Beige, sizes B-cup 
(34-36). C and D-cup (36-38). Save nowl 
18R067 012. 

•ear* tnumala Aopatvl (IB). Fvrvenal Shoppms. 



Save .49-*1** 

On tarry or Mankat alaapara 

k—Soft tprry sleippre ol cottonmylon. Domed Iront end laot. 
Aset d cokMjrt. S4il-L. 2«R 036 0196. Reg. $4.4g. Ee. $3.90. 

m Hooded M enket s leeper. Aeryhe. FuB lengm zipper. YeBow, 
Aqua. 14. 20. 20 lb. 29R 038 4866. Reg. 97.08. Eo. $6.49. 



Stylish knite for infants 


a KiUh drioiat tor bitanto. Acrylic. Aooorled styles and 
colours. 9. 12. 18 months. 29R 008 981B Each 94.99. 

p Unisex pram eats ot acrylle knit. WNts. Pink, Blue, Ysitow, 9, 
12. 18 monthe. 29R 001 0036. Set 98.9*. 

r C uddfti eeryU e knN pram set Hooded style. From zip. Pmk, 
Bkjs, 12. 18 months. 29R 008 371B tot $8.99. 

I Potyse to r- c otton stripe top anc 
Oresn. Red. Royal. 20. 28. 32 to 
Ea.$2.9*. 

Ovarak: 20R 003 0088. Ea. ta-ia. 

tow* WWnW. CSSerM'v WMr iSSI. 

M Wove TlliUior . iSSSiei. 

AP umu l pttoM In nftM 0.30 tjn. MoMm. Snpl. ie. 

S w vMSh I'.SO p.m. S nWfSnr. Snp*. 30. 


polyetlsr acrylic overall. 
Top: 29R 003 012B 




ores. arxsr'.teROiOOie 

Ssi«.ti 7 .eo 


Mama Is 2 yean. Hoelloruis 
se iwnbis •Snu- Ikie or Orsan. 
2 aR one 078 Reg.-*84.90. 

ise.se 


Met. OiSBiO. API a* a 44" 
fhower piM. 290 019 202. 
Rag. 914.99. 

eis.ee 


Savw tt 

m* noy 

OWwaMwr MW. May iWe be 

wwawsd Who* 29R010 414. 
Rsg. 97.99. 

•e.ee 


tava ie% 


C88 tUMt t,23.4. 
29R 039 09IA. Rag ti 89. 

i.ee 


tava $6.99 

9>4ito1 c onvene prem ol ecrybo 
ptie. Yellow. Blue. Aque. Fits le 
77 tb. TBROSeSOlC. 

Reo S39 SS 

$32.99 



•*•*61 as 

lesy and eenMmem to 
ms.AM. 9 Hx 11 H ".200 
psr ak*. 99R 010094. 
hegto^giw. 

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14. 20. 29. 

29R 011 994A 
Reg. 91 .M. 

•Mret.ee 


I nuiakia M < 
i,eli. 29R0I04I0.I 

UHSB 1 100/29*. f9R 010 4*1. Pka, M 



•eve 81. RUa* sdm ato sheets tT" ■ *2 
Mm. 

Oeusn nsMisi lap ahato 2*R 012 2*2 

Ceaea Ommm haHwB ahaah 29R 018 394 
Re*. 98.19.80 9489. 

^SeUe^i ^lenneteUe reeehdng gtenkel. ^lolo/^2rsnge 

99 3 48 '. Rat 12.99 M. 9 tor 9*49. 


AM Id’ 3 40". Assl’e 
oMeurs 290 019 001. 

Rsg. 82 99 ts. 


» pad. Weterpfool 
In BoW/Owtoe 
•hewer prime. 79 i 3B '. 
2M01B412. 

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Monday, September 25th, Is the day 
for terrific VALUES at Sears! 

Shop 9:30-5:30. Personal Shopping Only. While Quantities Last 


RoMt 

Composter 

88« 


stock up on Rot-4t In S-pound 
bag. A^y to your compoM 
box nowl 

(»l) 


100% Acrylic 
4-ply Yam 

88 *. 


Knitttng worsted In 100 gram 
size. 4H3ly made of 100% 
acrylic. Am'I. colours. 

VWM, IMImm (M) 


Haavysiuty ‘30’ 
Motor Oil 


88 


Llmll 4 quart, per customer. 
Ideal lor the handymani 

(tS) 


Stock up! 
Paint Thinner 

1 . 88 . 


4 litre size of paint thinner. 
Handy lor painting tall 
proiects. 

- - - tsoj 


Plant Now! 
Crocus Bulbs 

2 . 88 . 


Package of approximately SO 
Crocus bulbs, mixed colour.. 

<T1) 


Hammer with 
Wooden Handle 

2 . 88 . 


Handy wooden handled ham- 
mer lor household touch-upsi 

>(.) 


INFANTS', ■ MEN S FURNISHINGS 
CHILDREN'S WEARB 


YARNS, NOTIONS 


HEALTH & BEAUTY 


_J — KfOV 

Am'I eolouri. Sim: lO-U i 


1.88 


.88 


CraniMMl Yam — W)% oMIn. 1- go 
ply. LknlM oWoun.Me. .05 


TIK Tm 
Mmsm 


.*5® CMMa CM>kaiaa«is — uott- 

gA wMht Sin Lns*. XH.arei only « 

“ ' -.-.... —** 1 4" FTp.^ r4m- 

MM.-Vinyl moknm.Fnr1.88 <| OO ^ Pt~» gg 

sauBi arm — tun: »4» .. ««a 2.00 ."*• 

eifll* OMW# * 100% COtlOn BWS 2e88 V &1 m y j Mtit# 4% 404% V* SIiMMH « Rufl V8CY1 NAH P8 

2!!rvaiw...?!."..™.?!SlS 2.88 100%S^5f?Wencrar'^: gg t».nd. 

SS;cI55rZ...™^.r?S' 2.88 Fn«.ePr«imkt-Lpn,U»v.. .- 

” ..AnY cekwrt. Mestty Smsllilm p gg 

T-iairM —Anortaditvm . UOi 3.88 .•“* 




litym . 

— IW% Krytlc, « gg 

..Mca 3.00 


'em P m . Sir* Vara — 100% 
•cryllc knimne worttsd, 


MEN'S WORK WEAR 


•MS .88 
BMk .88 
eacli .88 

— 4Sam. .... 4 ftr *88 

TMNiAMto —leoml. .BacIi *88 

wam fA e m—vartoutpopuiAT gg 

LAABtr SaBV WMfAAAA — 300 ml. A0 

BacS oPO 

2.88 ssT,oo^...-.’:?:r. 3m..88 

88 


SPORTS CENTRE 


Pmi tm tira .. BACH oOo 

H u m flyW TwaiW BaB» — BacA e88 

... Ik. .88 

BxIta-LaabBaN Taw— ......n BacA .88 

AnABlAtLlAAl— ..nBAcA .88 

HAGAAV Met — PAT bAOHvm BACA *88 
*AA* DAr A CAB BAftATV — 3| 1 DO 

Pko. or . A Bk«. I eOO 

lAArt OacKa — By Burllnalen .Wttr 3*88 


GIRLS’, TEENS' WEAR 


*BAAiy AAA Saw* CtaH Yaw t% do FIaa fiiAWAW — Sv BavIoa ..BacA •• 

— 3^v. lOOgrAm ... a Iat aoIKI d 

- __ SAATI HAmprAV — . X lAT _ 

A pr. eOO 'AiiAA «r KAiftAlf WA n tAB — 00 

2 0q UmitAd coiourt. SomA 3 ^v or 4- 0 00 OiiiAtta Baaaiv — li-oi. BacA eOO 

pr. oOO ply .... BacA a #00 _ DO 

eiAAW—WWlA. 2 pr. *88 


AmtAPNi — 3 plAOAA mctvdA 
ghtllr ovAr-MouM. SliA ‘ 


T SAtrH — HoodAd AT plAlrwiACk 


!^C'3.88 Sr^’tSUr*:?...'^ 3.r.2.88 


3.88 


4.88 T-a.c,w». 1.88 

MaW ca ti SAt — S I m olAmAAl*. mlf ‘ 1 00 

2 pr 2*88 ror, rAin bor^ ... BacA I oOO 


HOUSEWARES 


BMl .88 

1.88 

1.88 

tMrkNiakMw —Fkaotxi . Plia. 2.88 


BOYS’ WEAR 


.. 2 m 1.88 

fssrr’..^..z.'^ 

4.88 

OM colaun—cauctor't Hwn*. m gg 

tint: M4.-XL .Baca 3.00 

Vmcwvw Caaadi Mnm — OM a gg 
coMurt. Srwwiunrwie. ..BadI 9.00 


HOSIERY 


PmNt Haw — 3 pat pkp. gg 

KAWHt%—SpAlrtpArpkO. » BAp. .88 
KAW SAAA AAtATlWAAt — BItA lAdlW' 00 

•ima: e-n. .TbSt .oO 

Mvy .PWr .88 

.pnr 2.88 


.88 


HOME ACCESSORIES 


g w^ BfAiA — Handy for gg 

Bpp TAhat — S^mnufA tArtAr . BacA *88 “ Amber OIaw «..» BacA 

etA-l OPAMAT — Bor bOttlAAr CAAt 00 

....BacA bImI 


TOY SHOP 


MtlcABoRCArt —AiAortmAnt BacA #00 
DaNT BOAdAlp SAI — A«IACA Mt 00 

OaH CTaBiw — Bor tho Chor or Fat- 00 

DaNV SfATWlAr tAf — 4H>*AC|^y gg 

IAwa — CompfAfA wtih worrm BacA .88 

BaaAs — HATdy Boy» at Hjney m 00 

Dtaw wrtw.. BacA I *00 

1.88 


GARDEN SHOP 


tAdAATBlAAtt—Inr'POH .....BACA *00 

Finis. Mi —14%. bw.Bsc. .88 

Fua FwMinr — Aink. Itia lamiii' gg 
m. l-ot.Y... Baca .55 

OavFMi —4"cl.ypot«. 4 Mr .88 

Clay tas e w — r' cUy uucw Bws .88 

WtCAAT BaWaI — ASSATtAd StylW A 00 

And colours . ...BacA I #00 

Bf Aiwr BAAd — 1S-3P'1S. (SCO m 00 
grinn) .. BacA I #00 

BWA BAAd — 3-15^. Mb. BacA 1.88 

FMsi B nii n — Mm. tt gM 2 gg 

2.88 


baacaca TuHpo— paq. or ae. 

AAlKAd COkAITA . 


PAINT SUPPLIES 


DropSAAAt— .. BacA .88 

BAb A Arl i Ad CaaAi — . 2 for #88 

BofyfMA —1-lb. box. 2 for .88 

TprpoAbAo — Ibw. BacA *88 

BoAlf TAAMMr —4inrA. BacA 1e88 

WiApipAr AiiActmiAt — Boh Hia 0 00 
.BacA OeOQ 


fClfcAw UfAAil H — AtAoriod m BacA 


JEWELLERY 


Tw eoi — Itilnln. tiMiBack .88 
FMIMC t CW Mb wl — I 


gg Fmirwiim ic — OtM. Mrdi Bk. 

M twIiiW Mica. — FliMtc ki vwlou. 

colour. ... Ffea. 


.88 

.88 


_— OaTIw pTAVlty.'O aI- 0 

axy or pgn' ... BacA X* 


INTIMATE APPAREL 




•AWa at BAAty Blrdfw — Sim; 
(m-L. WMH, Blnk, bluA. tiA^ 




— SI*-. 

IK 2.88 


ttrriSTc'SU.f^ 2.88 


Hon^oTnACAlAM'Aoryinai bAnglw 0A 

CAAAdo LapaI BAm — ..BacA #88 

SNcABMa—O rAWupyeur lAgwH ^ gg 

BArrWpA—VATlAty focfwewj^ ^ gg 

1.88 

esnsw — In dirUm tltyw Baca 3.88 

BnrSi. Tm — OoM colour rnwMI g gg 




1.88 


olm V 

AcryBcBawta— .......Baca .88 CMns F M wot — With vwm on 

M ym.Baca 

Adiirav—Colour.dalm.Fko^4 | gg 
CtUmttr — Oulck.er.ln. FI.Mc, gg .. 1'?? 

...-W punryV..- .Baca 2.88 

.„BM. .88 MM^up/taSM —FotMry Baca 2.88 

icA CaAa TrAyt — .. .. 2 Mr .88 cawsAasnaM— . Baca 2.88 

M irFma w —an — fi. 4 M Mam .88 Osne Maw — mms Wwer ysy g gg 

CwaMCaiMr —Ms«*_Baca .88 .—. 

.88 


PLUMBING, 

CANDY COUNTER IMPROVEMENTS 


Baca .88 
i«a .88 
■acS .88 


•—Frwnwidtwtvi i-ta^e gg 

OMg|M|ii^ tcMckMI Un ak^., » gg 
Llewlc—nt1rmMwTvis.llcorlc* gg 

pwpka .FiM. .55 

1.88 


tamai BAffipAr — .. BaD 

DATfACftr — Hof-Air .BAd 

TawaI Bat— IS" or 34" ctwomA bar 

.BacA 

TawaI Bat — 33" or 34" ebromt bar 


3.88 


LINGERIE 


FASHION FABRICS I 

BrMM — Varleu. laltcM. artnM Bam .88 
aaaeM—MarlnM. ioUdi .... Bam .88 

iee% CaNAP BrAPPAAfA — AO cm. aa 
wide. SoRd cofourt...».. Moirt #00 

:x.sssssis:ir^i'isi .88 

WOMEN'S 

SPORTSWEAR 


2.88 

pa. Btuar maw OuWi — FcivaF 
Mr7eoiMBaUnd;Titcm. wKM^^ g gg 



1 

VACUUM SUPPLIES 


MiMr tr cawM Dwa — FlMttc 


.88 

.88 


DRAPERIES 


LUGGAGE 

ACCESSORIES 


FrSwt — Virtou. dvM. ..... 3 M. .88 

'aa —Owwaan. Mtw — Mta si ln. gg 
OMw awwMMM — tMck up . Baca .55 ..Vaca .09 

FMaacawwanml- .Baca .1.88 Cscawn - Virtout P4r«Mrn4 cWw ^gg 

I Baa. — ir'-M". t wr jkg. gg 


•-R — 

patMma 


:.r...*rKSf 2.88 


HARDWARE 


SwIfcA — WMfA, quiAt ftYVlfch . BacA .8 
CfATfAWAH SfAp m — S/1A BA«. a8 

Cwfar Ca^a — SbAphard 3" ewtart 0 

...BAP. oO 

BfAAwr tapa—V* x30ydA. . Baca •! 


SCHOOL SUPPLIES, 
STATIONERY 


STAPLES. LINENS 


IwTaa Baarctw 


Tw TanMM — .... Baca .55 

Fan CMBM — AwarMd esMur^^ gg 


►Orwjit —Halp. proMct oalalm 


FASHION 

ACCESSORIES 


1.88 

.....MB 1.88 

.Baca 1.88 

.Baca 1.88 

gMaM Icarva. — VarWut^pai- g gg 

K...!^!?7?r...r....*TO 3.88 


3m.4 2.88 

KSLV^JUT 3 mm. 3.88 

ssra.rrr...i.‘fjr 3mm.3J8 


TOBACCO COUNTER 


Iric twaMn Baca 

> —tr'klT'..Baca .88 

y Fatal caiaa — l-M. bm.Bam .88 

OfH»CIWA.-1flD%CPrfw^!^^^^^ 1.88 

KM 


RECORDING 
SUPPL lES 




mm 1.88 
ima 1.88 

TaNatBrmaM— .Bam 2.88 

Maa. TawM. — varMw coMurt n gg etram NaaiClimar— ...Bam 1.88 

■aawp AAoortpiAAr — Baca I.W 

sairr^-rrja i.m .„ t.M 

*r.sz 4.M tM 

Simpsons-Sears Ltd.~ 


.88 


.- 2Mr.88 

.88 

CApypApar — YaHaw nawiprinf 00 
.BacA bOo 

IMFam — tmti ..-Bam .88 

.. 2Mr.88 

_Bam 1.88 

Uawarmi Mat Trav — ... 3 Mr 1 .88 
MMuMBaat —tMtmmit. 3 Mr 1.88 
.FtsuMCarm—...Bam 2.88 


h-]/*—Baca l.f 

DrMM —7ec. lal..tai 2.C 

tcraw OrtvM’— WHb 4 bit. . Baca 2.1 

Dear Knm — OIaw.- aacB 2.( 

Daartwaw —ZMal . 2 Mr 3.1 

w aaBMisMia — 17 Mat. M « < 

OaWat Mr oouri/wlndow. . 4 Mr 9.1 

..Bam 3.1 


AUTO ACCESSORIES 


CprWPHiMIft — 


•lACA Top WPA — 


•rPAABiPtd—13At. 


.Bam .88 

.Baca .88 

,*rr:!:n. 5 ,1.88 

..Bam 1.88 
.Bam 2.88 


•ISO 


•Maat LaMalMw 


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10 DAll.Y COLONIST. Vkiona. B C.. Sun<l«y. September 24. I»7* 


Turbo 

check 

Toleraace rhecki oi tnr- 
beckargers' cenpreuer 
viae* belig 4 mm by 
Kvrfcer at Garret Car- 
paratlea't CaUferaU 
plaat. Vaaea are accti- 
ratc ta witUa twa thaa- 
uadUu af aa tach. Tar- 
bockargen baait pawer 
autpat of englaet iiae4 
la tractara, tracks, alr- 
cratL baats aad cars. 



Some shareholders may have suffered 


CALGARY (CP) — Small 
individual shareholders of 
Husky Oil Ltd. may have 
been unfairly treated when 
Alberta Gaa Trunk Line Co. 
Ltd. bought the controlling 
interest in Husky this sum¬ 
mer. says Arthur Levitt, 
chairman of tho American 
Stock Kxchange In New 
York. 


He told a news conference 
Thursday that while the ex¬ 
change is dedicated to look¬ 
ing nut for the intaresis of the 
small investor, it is dlfficalt 
to a.ssess the ramifications of 
most corporate takeover 
moves. 


INVISIBli 
MENDING AND 
DflY CLEANING 

Now svallobto at 

3obn mclPaskr 

1012 FORT ST. $04-4712 


ViM 

VICTOKIi IRON i METkl 

I (bfWfftR ^pflwnlw 

)« SiOHAlM n 

Oft fifiMMA fftf. 


TOP PRICES ON ALL 
SCRAP COMMOOITIES 



OPEM SUNDAY 14 

527 CARNATION 

lollGirn/CaliMM) 

Sound Invaatmant. 
Pricad balow coat. Aa 
naw Daluxa 3-badroom. 
3'lava4 townhouaa. Dou- 
bia plumbing, doubla 
dacks. doubJa dining 
and Rac. room. Only 
$46,900. Grant availabta. 

Call MARG SHORE 

477-P141 Pagar 7S3 
THE PERMANENT 

tit 


"I really can’t answer 
whether the small investor’s 
needs were well served or 
not." he said. "It’s very diffi¬ 
cult to assess." 

In a series of moves during 
the summer, Alberta Gas 
Trunk, sponsor of the Cana¬ 
dian portion of the $I0.y-bll- 
lion Alaska highway natural 


Oas pipellie, apent a large 
amount of money buying 
blocks of Husky stock on the 
American Exchange. 

(.evltt said the American 
Exchange made every effort 
during the Husky purchases 
to keep retail brokers In¬ 
formed. 


ANNUITIES 

•UNLIFE't ANNUITY RATES ARC 
COMPETITIVE. CONSIDER A LIFE 
ANNUITY INCOME AVERAQINO ANNUITY. 
REOtSTERED RETIREMENT SAVINGS 
PtAN. 

UWNENCE J. COOK 


SuiLife 

* k'ANAfiA 
3J 


•14-117$ DOUGLAS - 3S2-3145 



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1-4 

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WOODSY A QUIET 

Immeculatc, three 
bedroom home. A 
must see. All new de¬ 
corating In and out. 
Call for prior view¬ 
ing. 

RONALOW. CROW 

Nadonai Trual. HMaRta Mai. ta 
plaaaad to annour>ca iha ap- 
AOtofwtairt of Ron Crow to our 
raoidfy axparKhrrg roof aafaio 
dtviaion Mr Crow, atnea fornmo 
ourfcnnattoa tatotSapfambor. 
tkM Hod aatot to axcaoa of 
•t.000.00000 Lai Rons 22 
yoara of raoi aaiaio axpartonca 
balp you to tha purchaaa or aaia 
of foaidantiai or commorcial 
pfoparboi 



JACK HOWES 

658-5100 

Nt ntapT wma caa 
$44-2121 er SI2-4IM 

«.2Sx 


Tho Permafloirt 

477-0141 


Week's Vancouver trading 

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m«rt«d i. mdme»i»1nmlmtmtk'tdm¥urm 
IN Not. 


N CMck 
N«ql $lvr 
N Trtntitr 


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PC Trin 
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Allwrst Ind U10D H 01 I? 103 SO 

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11000 «'I 42 42 -4 52 II 

43110 43 40 ^ «10 45 30 

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PERSONAL COMPUTER 

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PHONE OR,WRITE FOR MORE INFORMATION 

CONTI ELECTRONICS LTD. 

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t S454 trasef Sty Vanc<Mnrer« 

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324-OS05 


Ay OwiMT 

Wondertuily soundproofed 2 B R. deiuxe unit with 
cnsuite and 4pce. bath. Panoramic view of the 
Harbour and Olympics. Sauna and Swirtpooi. 
Valued at $47,800. 

384-0971 


ANNUITIES 

WhiciT guerenieed ter ifie provide more 
ftoertotote income man otrter lorma N m* 
vMtrnent Tn«yoan have a mtmmum number 
of paymentb guaranteed m caae of a 
pramatura oeafh Th# hrai $1 000 N the iak* 
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TORONTO (CP) — FindlitRa of the federal royal 
commission on corporate concentration came under 
fire from some critics this week but found favor amoiiK 
others. 

“Basically, this whole exercixe In competition policy, 
while making a very useful Input to someone teaching In¬ 
dustrial organization In Canada, hav taken place in a 
vacuum." said (^rl Beigle. research director of Mon- 
treal-ba^ C. D. Howe Research institute 

Beigle told a seminar discussing the report that "wthat 
we need first in this country Is a ■ 
cumprehenslve industrial 
airalecy or national economic 
policy. 

“That has to come firsl— 
then you make your decisions 
about concentration or wrhat- 
cv#.“ 

Robert Bryce, a former 
civil servant headed the 
commission but did not wrrite 
the report because of Illness, 
also said he did not agree with 
all the statements and sugges- 
tioas in the report. 

“But In general the report 
goes In the directloo I would 
have had It go If I had been 
there In the end.” 

Beigie noted that the report, which look three years 
to compiele. dealt with concentration within specific mar 
keLs and in the economy as a whole.. . 

“But there is aLso a third kind oC concentration and 
that is the question of Just how much diversification we 
should engage In. 

“It seems to me that we have to concentrate our eco¬ 
nomic activities In areas of strength—not simply attempt 
to have an economy that Is a miniature or dupiicale of the 
U.S. economy." 

1 

Murray Ross, former York University presIdenL re¬ 
ferred to a section of the report which suggested that 
companies have more outside directors with more diverse 
views and have a board nominating committee made up 
mainly of outsiders. 

"All these are generally accepted as desirable In our 
society," Ross said. “But many, if not most, boards in 
this country have not put tbew modest proposals into 
practice.” 

Seymour Kriedland. an economist who teaches at 
York's faculty of administrative studies, supported the 
commission's conclusion that “the oligopolistic structure of 
the banking industry has led to overbranching and some 
lack of efficiency." 

Bryce said his concern about the make-up of bank 
boards was that a bank would develop policies that reflect 
the views of those with narrow interests. 

“I am still of that view and I regret that the government 
did not see fit to Include that In their bill." 


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gniund after a period of 
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the recent lUsh of financing 
with only minimal disloca- 
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They said only lag ends of 
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of Bell Canada debentures, 
appeared to be still in the 
hands of dealers. 

The Bell sacurilles. which 
mature Oct. IS, 2005. were 
priced at tIM with a coupon 
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Day-h> 4 lay money was 
available at 7'i per cent. 
Three-month treasury bills 
were traded at an average of 
9.07 per cent, up from 9.03 per 
rent last week and six-month 
bills at 9.24 per cent, up from 
9.19 percent. 


Agreement set I 

TORONTO (CP) —A group 
of Inveatora, hea(M by Bruce * 
Westwood of Weatlyn Enter- 
prisaa Lid. and Scott Griffin, 
nave anoouncad the tlgalng 
of an agreement to tt^re 
conuuUiod iDienM la 
Ian Mining and Exploratian 
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cloohd. 

t*rice increased 

TORONTO (CP)'— TBi 
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coM-a-pound iBcnasa ia the 
price of Iced sold ia CaqaiU. 
Noranda Saloo Corp. said the 
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pound naa affective iaiaaedl- 
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PARIS fAP) — Hie raee of 
the I.aurtlng Cow vs. the 
Serious Cow, g trademark 
skirmish, had all France 
laughing several years ago. 
But today, norldwlde brand- 
name ^racy it hitting 
French business hard enough 
to wipe the smile off the hap¬ 
piest bovine (ace. 

The lAughlng Cow, one of 
France’s best-aelllng 

cheeses, easily defeated the 
Serious Cow, a competitor. 
While the ju^ agreed that 
the Serious Cim on the rival 
cheesebox looked decidedly 
glum, he banned it nonethe¬ 
less IS I plagiarislic latecom¬ 
er 

Tint was In IKS. Non. with 
global markets expanding, 
trademark piracy has be¬ 
come a malttmillioo-dollar 
epidemic Striking from the 
Far East apd the Americas at 
France’s proudest brand- 
names: Dior, Cartier, Chanel. 
Cointreau and other expen¬ 
sive praducta that can be 
counicrfeilhd cheaply. 

Elratoa Krw Cointreau li¬ 
queur Imitations In South 
America. The Arab world Is 
swamped with phony Cartier 
wristwotches from Italy. 
Counterfoltera In Japan. Sin¬ 
gapore and Korea distill sick¬ 
ly-sweet odors packaged as 
(^anel perfume. 

“I'm sorry to say thLs. but 
even the United Stoteo has 
trademark pirates.'' says 
Alain Hilerr, who heads the 
trademark department for 
the French Manufacturer's 
Union. He is too polite to 
name names. 

U.S. officials say the sale of 
counterfeit merchandise Is 
less prevalent there than in 
other countries but they are 
concerned that trademark pi¬ 
racy may be growing. 

Earlier thia month, Robert 
Strauss. President Carter's 
tra^-negotlations repre¬ 
sentative. appeared al a 
Washinmon news conference 
with Fmtch designer Werre 
Cardin, who represented a 
coalltloo of European and 
U.S. businesses, to denounce 
the practice as “a fraud upon 
the consuming public of the 
world" 

Wfhile most coumrrfril 
merchandise is sold over¬ 
seas. Strauss said falsely-la 
beled products such as 
watches, perfume and cos¬ 
metics are beginning to come 
ink) markets in the U.S. 

Levi Strauss and CY>., a San 
Erancisco-based manufac¬ 
turer of blue jeans, earlier 
thia year was Instrumental in 
forming The International 
Anticounterfeiting Coalition. 
The coalition also includes 
the American Apparel Manu¬ 
facturers Association, Dun¬ 
lop Lid., (ieneral Electric 
Co., the Singer Co.. Samson- 
ile. Christian Dior Couture. 
General Mills Inc. and Walt 
Disney Productions 
In France, the Manufac- 


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tnrers' Union has taken an 
active role In attempting to 
ball sales of phoney brand 
name products. In lITf, the 
union contested 3.in alleged 
trademark violadoai, 1446 of 
them abroad. The onion 
claims n per cent siMcess. 
saying all but 49 cases wwre 
settled out of caart. 

Jewreliers Van Cleef and 
Arpel spend one million 
francs or about t2M,OI9 i 
.vear to salhmurd ihclr 
name. Dior awT others tllo- 
cale more than 1199.99$ to the 
campaign. 

But the damage to a legiti¬ 
mate manufacturer's reputa 
lion is Inetlcnlable, says 
Thrlerr. Imitations rtngr 
from ingenious to ridiculous 
There Is a Dior lipstick from 
Taiwan which looks oxnctly 
nke the otighwl. Other pro¬ 
ducers strive (or vaguely 
suggestive reaemblance, shy¬ 
ing away from actual forg¬ 
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12 DAILY COLONIST. Vtcloru, R C . Sundii>. SppUMnbvi 24, 1 »T» 


Moscow shows skill in exploitation of space 

East European cosmonauts seen key political move 


(Jjuati E. Otor(, a spat 
kparlaHM «atUa( la 
toa. Itctam aad wriict • 
the SavM apace prapraai.) 


By JANES E. OBEBG 


Coltn m - L« AW 

With the recent series of 
token space flights Iqr East¬ 
ern European cos M oaants, 
Moscow has once again de¬ 
monstrated its skill In the 
political exploltatioa of space 
events. 

OVB|l THE past year, the 
Kremlin . has launched 
manned ^cocraft into orbit 
to the rate of about one a 
month, shattoing old Ameri¬ 
can records and breaking 
newer ones set only mdntha 
ago by Soviet space crewa. 
But these long flights, ad¬ 
juncts to ongoing expeditions 
by the Salyut 6 space lab. 
lack the glamor of the “for¬ 
eign cosmonaut" phenome¬ 
non which has attracted at¬ 
tention to an otherwise dull 
space expedition, and West¬ 
ern observes are trying to 
determine the real purpose 
behind these stunts. 

THREE “guest cosmo¬ 
nauts” each made one-week- 
long flights In March, June 
and August. 

Czech air force pilot Vladi¬ 
mir Remek was copilot on 
Soyuz-28: Polish pilot Miros- 
law Hermassew.ski flew on 
Soyuz-3P, and East German 
air forte officer Sigmund 
.lahn was the "guest" on 
Soyua-SI. All actual flying, 
how ever, was done by experi¬ 
enced Soviet cosmonauts. 

SLPERFKTALLY, the 
missioas looked like pnrely 
political “hitchhiker" capers 
designed solely to strengthen 
the hands of the pro-^viet 
regimes In each country re¬ 
presented. Nothing appeared 
to have been done that could 
not just as easily have been 
accompllsbed by all-Russian 
crews. 

For reasons probably con¬ 
nected with the low level of 
training of the pilots (the 
East Europeans each under¬ 
went just over a year of prep¬ 
aration. while the Russians 
had from four to 10 years of 
training), all three flights 
were launched at about the 
same time of day. late in the 
afternoon. Presumably, 
launching at that hour al¬ 
lowed the cosmonauts to ap¬ 
proach the orbiting Salyut 
craft with a minimum of in¬ 
flight course corrections. 
Since conditions for launch¬ 
ings at that hour are met only 
once every two months, some 
of the flints occurred at in¬ 
convenient and useless 
phases of the marathon expe¬ 
ditions — evidence that what 
was going on was at least as 
much show business as sci- 


I.N MANY WAYS, the for¬ 
eign cosmonaut program is 
reminiscent of the “woman in 
space'" stunt lb years ago. 
Apparently on direct Kremlin 
orders, the Soviet space pro¬ 
gram then waived all stan¬ 
dards of flying skill and 
picked a popular young fac¬ 
tory worker, Valentina 
Tereshkova, to receive a 
minimum amount of space 
training. After she made her 
hi-adline-grabbing flight, she 
was grounded forever, as¬ 
signed to political and public- 
relations duties for the rest of 


her life. The same fate prob¬ 
ably awaits the East Europe¬ 
an coaaumaats. 

WHEN TIE guest-cosmo- 
Mut program was first an¬ 
nounced in mld-l*7l. Western 
observers naturally assumed 
that tbe East European copi- 
hita would be civilian ncien- 
tlsta and engineers who had 
for yean bm woridag with 
their Soviet coUeaguoa ou co¬ 
operative unmanned WMce 
actlvltioo and who were 
clearly the most qualified for 
conducting uMful opace ex- 
perlmentn.' 

But because the East Euro¬ 
pean Intelligentsia la gen¬ 
erally consi^red hh Mir 
governments te bo ptHftically 
unreliable, the decision was 
made to select “safe" indi¬ 
viduals; that way. there 
would be no risk on embar¬ 
rassing post-flight defections 
from the “guest cosmonaut" 
program. 

RENEE'S background 
seems typical. A staunch 
member of the Ciech Com¬ 
munist establishment and the 
sen of the deputy defence 
minister, he was part of a 
^mall cadre of pro-Soviet loy¬ 
alists who after the ItW Rus¬ 
sian invasion lectured armed 
forces units on why the So¬ 
viet takeover was a bless¬ 
ing. 

Remek's reception la his 
homelaiul was not alt that 
political theorists had hoped. 


Since tbe Ciechs have devel- 
I a sharp sense of humor 
Soviet domlnatloa, 
Remek became the buR of 
numerous pointed jokes. 

WHY, FOR example, did 
Remek return from space 
with red hands? “Well." — 
so the joke geos — tbe Csech 
cosmonaut explained upon 
his mtnm to concerned space 
doctors, "whenever 1 
reached for a control switch, 
the Rusolau slapped my 
bruid.” 

It la probably no accident 
that the guMt-cosnumaut 
pnHp^m coincides with the 
beginnliig of activities that 


will lead ig) to the launch of 
tbe first West European as- 
trmuuts on the joint NASA- 
European Space Agency Spa- 
ceUb fUgbto tat IWl. 

BUT BY contrast to the 
guest cosmonauts, these fu¬ 
ture European austrxmauU 
am all qualified engineers 


and sdentlsta who vrtll by 
flight time be as fully trahied 
u their American col¬ 
leagues. Horeovnr, they wilt 
make genuine contributions 
to tbe ^celab missions. 

YcL despite the scientifi¬ 
cally shaky beginnings of the 
Soviet “forel^ spneeman" 
program, it may develop Into 


something more. The 
Amerelcan Spacelab pro¬ 
gram of the IMIs, with Hs 
own “space guests" from 
Western Europe, Japan, Aus¬ 
tralia and other spsce-mlnd- 
ed countries, may Inspire 
Moscow to expand Its pro¬ 
gram. And the possibility of a 
space shnttle-Salyut docklag 


In IS82-83 may provide justifi¬ 
cation for tbe Soviet Union 
and America to actually ex¬ 
change astronaut trainees for 
that flight Indeed, the two 
countries have already 
worked out procedures and 
practical coosiderstions for 
such a fU^t. 

Symbols created for one 


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Goonrey Wade lutcLoin. soed 
IS, has awarded the G. 
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arship to attend St. Michaels 
Uttiversitv ^twol In Vlctotie. 
GaoffiwV' the son at l*r. and 
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Creek, B.C., Is a tormer Ftort- 
our Roto studerrt end in- 
toroe^ in art, music and r»- 
creottonol sports. Last year, 
Geoffrov took all. his school- 
inq by corresopondance while 
workino six hours a dav on 
his parents' homesteadinq 
farm, tortv-five miles rxirth 
of Fort SI John. 

The Copeland Scholprship Is 
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ii>q odocotlooal ooooi^unitv 
to oromisinq young people 
from rural and frontier com¬ 
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Today we’re the same com^ny—stronger than ever, 
still 100% Canadian—hut now with a new first 
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But that's only part of the news. Because now 
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we’re putting even more emphasis on service. 

Resultp A gala Grand Opening, promising pleasant 
surprises for you, includhig our unique photo 
murals of historic Victoria. 

Free refreshtnents! Coffee or tea —served with 
delicious fresh-baked croissants or crumpets. Four 
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depositors. A personal tour of our handsome new 


Four valuable, authenticated antiques! Enjoy 
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A magnificent 
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Circa 1910. 





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Pivvenance: Lincoln 
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■ Circa'imi 


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Vem McDougall 

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have a chance to meet new Western friends—like 
Savings Manager. Nick Melber, and .Assistant 
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And. if you have a special dream, you’ll 
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Third Prize![ 

A beautiful mid-Victorian 
china wash bowl and water 
pitcher with attractive 
apple blossom motif ri 
Circa 1880. 


Fourth Prize! 

An original Aladdin oil lamp 
copper and brass (with replacement 
shade). Circa 1930. 

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Airborne over the edge of San BMnanilno, Calif., 
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Dt^TRK^T OF NORTH SAANICH 


IMistnn Camda LoOwy Foundahon 


Flexibility 
of zoning 
policy aim 


Flexibility and co-ordination rather than rigid zoning 
before development occurs Is favored by Saanich 
planner Gll Laurenson for the municipality's civic 
core. 

The half-mile area between 
Seymour Avenue and Vernon 
Avenue cootalna about 17 
■ ■ V* 4Qf O n acres extending from the 
WA. municipal ball tojust south of 

the Saanich branch library. 

^ 1^,2 .CX laurenson's report will be 

VI f I, considered by council's plan- 

*' ning committee Tuesday, fol- 

j _ - _ , lowing a request by Aid. Ian 

T/v I T \/m Cassforastudylntothefea- 

siblllty of deuiled toning for 
the entire core area. 

The chief planner says any 
aitampts to preione by par¬ 
cel. for limited uses, would 
detract from the Develop¬ 
ment Permit system and 
could produce "tbe conven¬ 
tional steiile form which Is 
prevalent throughout North 
America in areas where ton¬ 
ing Is rigidly applied.” 

Current planning practice 
suggests that the best en¬ 
vironment la created by a 
sensitive approach which Is 
not obtainable by pre-toning, 
he says. 

There Is considerable Inter¬ 
est and activity among land- 
owners and dewlopers in the 
core toward an assembly of 
the majority of the land Into a 
single, or small conaortium 
osmership, be says in tbe re¬ 
port. 

The planning department 
vision for the core area Is 
that It become a civic and 
commercial core for the 
"cuitiiral. Instltational and 
social aspirations" of Saan¬ 
ich residmts. < 

The bottom block, south of 
Saanich Road, would become 
parkland under the proposal, 
with the north Mock, already 
consolidated under tingle ow¬ 
nership, being develoiM *s 
an entity. 

Because ownership of the 
central Mock, between Saan¬ 
ich Road and the CN railway 
line. Is diversified, Laureo- 
too feels It should be devel¬ 
oped piecemeal under gen¬ 
eral gtodelines. 


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from ArvMa, ()ue. 

Modelled after Instruments 
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ment's purchase was made 
possible by a I40.MN donation 
from Dr. Joyce Clearihue, a 
local dermatolo^ and tbe 
daughter of Dr. Joseph 
Clearihue, UVic's first ch^ 
cellor and chairman of the 
board of governors. A build¬ 
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name. 

The 840.800 will cover the 
fM.OOO cost of the Instrument 
Itself and an additional $18,- 
000 to $20,000 required to dis¬ 
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auditorium. 

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Alone on peak without oxygen 

EAm£.w^.(AP,- 



■ ■ W HWfWt. Jtliphalt 


Grandmother 
and tall ships 

AmiuniMm of niud 
fall fiowcn UtM In 
GnMAaotiier'i Day won 
priat tor GeraMlne 
FYaiaa, of ICl SariU. at 
GordoB Head Gar^n 
Cliib'a faU abow ta a. 
AMaa’a Uaited Church 
Hail Sabuday. Aaother 
wloaer, Ihft. waa ar- 
raasonwot of muma and 
foliage la decorative tall- 
ahipa category by 
FYaacea Thompaon. ai> 
Waacana. 


SEATTLE, 

Caught aloaa wMhoat oxygan 
In uw froatlag daifcnoaa at 
'the lop at the irarW'i a aeaad- 
Ugboat a i oaatalB, Jim Wlek- 
wlre, member of the lint 
D& loam to eauqtwr El. laid 
he ahnoat dM. 

"There were ttmea I woa- 
rni whot^ he hoaW 
make H ba^" Dr. '(Uih 
Schaller, team physklaa for 
the 1*71 U.S. expedlthm. aaM 
aa he and Wickwtre returned 
hone to Saaltla. 

Wkfcwtre, Schaller, Cherle 
Booh. Diane RoberU, expedi¬ 
tion leader Jim Whittaker, 
Joha Roakelley, Bkk Rid¬ 
geway aad Lm Relchardt 
climbed the l,tU-metre Hi¬ 
malayan peak earlier thla 
monoi, but aal aO made the 
auaunlt. 

WIckwire, who oaatractad 
pletolay and pneumonia on 
the climb, left la a wheelchair 
the ptaae that look Um here. 

Be aad Rckhardt of Saa 
Franeiaco were the flrtt 
memben of the team to 
reach the lummH, Sept I. 

Wkfcwlre. a M-^r-oM 
lawyer and father of five, toM 
repoftera before leaving for 
ho^tal that he dM net Im- 
me^tely leave the aummH 
becauae he wanted la take 
picturea. Da rk ne a o found him 
trapped la -It Ceiatua tem- 
peraturea at t.on metres 
with an empty oxygen tank. 

T didn't have aay gear ex¬ 
cept my blvouaabag (a nylon 
aack),” be saM. He triad to 
sleep, but “had a terrible 
night It waa a desparate altu- 
ation the next morning." 


and Ridgeway of Malibu, 
Calif., were the next and Anal 
team memb e rs le leach the 
summit Sept T. On top, Rea- 
kelley aaM, they chlp^ off 
rocks, tank pictures, and ad¬ 
mired the view of Tibet. 

The men toM how the tee 
women on the cUmb, Ms. 
Bech, tt, of Bloomington, 
ind., aad Ms. Roberta, wife of 
Whittaker, came cloar ta 
death. 

UIC cheques 
at armory 
this week 

Unamploymcnt Inaurance 
cheqnea will be distributad at 
the Bay Street Armory daily 
from II a.m. to 4 p.m. starl¬ 
ing Wadneaday 
Because of the unceruln 
paatal attuatloa. the Cnem- 
ploymeul Inaurance Com- 
miaaioo la Victoria la arrang¬ 
ing for redpleota to collet 
thmr beneflta at the armory. 
DIaplay advertisements will 
appear in the dally new- 
papers and Informalloa will 
be broadcast on radio and 
televiahm, telling recipients 
through a numerical system 
which days they should come 
In. 


lays I 

mit assault, Ma. Bech almost 
died, RoakaOey saM. 

"She got about u far as 
Camp V about ]|,«N feet (S,- 
JM metres). She was not aa 
Strang u she had thought. 
She suffered hypothermia," 
he uM. 


Uou was delayed by poor 
ntealher and almost ran out 
of food, gas cartiidgsa for 
the stove, and enthusiasm 

Raskelley aha saM Whit¬ 
taker, 41, of Seattle, arho led 
an unsuccessful K2 challange 
In im, did not make the 
summit "partly due to age” 


burned out” reacalag kla wile 
from a dangerous sitaatlon as 
she triad to reach Camp IV 
with Whittaker. 

El has been conquered only 
twice before, by an Italian 
team la 1W4 and by a Japa 
nose warn la un. This was 
the fifth U,8 .1 
the Brati 


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C yan ctB nM to JusU^ tflf 

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OTTAWA (CP) — 


Justify dittcnal wifei l<( 
malw and (miaiM m 
grs—a i ruaghn from sartor- 
ity and aiarit to danotloa aad 
trahilag. 

But tka f sa ara l rala-of- 
thnmb tr that aqual aragas 
must bo Mid to mao and 
M In w aaina sartbUsb- 
at la Jobs requiring tha 
SUM skUi, affort aad retpoa- 
sMtitiss ladar ahnilar woth- 


Ingeoaditiona. 

TIm grtdaa ware approvad 
this areek. RiU Cadiaox. 
dapiity hunsan rights com- 
misaianar, taM they would ba 
Isaaad naxt wash to inform 
araployars how to taitarpret 
now aqual pay provisions in 
tbs Human Rlj^its Act. 

“Wa kaav In advanca It 
anwld ba difficult to satisfy 
avarybody.” Ms. (Mdlaux 
said. "Wa have not triad to 
satisfy ooa side Or tha 
other.” 

TtM laar is aimed at aHmln- 


atlag *aga discrimination 
against wonaea in fadaral 
government dapaitmants 
and agencies, croam eoipora- 
tioos, aad tha federally-regu¬ 
lated private sectw ranging 
from chartered banks to 
small tnter-provinclal truck¬ 
ing companies. 

The guides describe arhat is 
maantby skill, effort, respon¬ 
sibility and condiUons of 
work to determine If em¬ 
ployees are "performing 
work of equal value.” 

They describe grounds em- 


• Merit pay for perfor¬ 
mance measured under a for¬ 
mal system which employees 
know about. 

• Seniority pay to reward 
length of service. 

• Rehabilitation where 
higher wages than warranted 
are paid while a worker re¬ 


covers from a temporary la- 
jary or UtaMsa. 

• Dcmotioa pay because of 
nasatiafaelary job perfor 
maneo ar an iateinal labor 
force surplus. 

The guides are legally 
binding on a human rights 
tribunal which can be called 
upon to settle complaints 
about wage dUcrlmiaation hi 
cases where conciliation does 
not work. 


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The "Continental Collection" includes: 

• Clarifying mineral mask (30ml) 

• Wrinkle conditioning cream tor hands 
(30ml) 

9 Neck-cream .. .. 

9 Eye cream 


For your Skin Life purchase—4 super-moistu^ing suggestions: 

Moieturtzing Cream Cleaneer: A liquid cream that cleanses 
normal to dry skin. 350 ml. 14.50. 

Toning Rafraahant: Refreshing lotion to help tone and enliven 
dry skin 120 ml 8.50. 

Lightweight Cream: Alter cleansing night care cream tor 
normal to dry skin. 30 ml. 12.00. 

Eye-Oil wrinkle atlck: Super emollient, protective eye-oil, in a 
swivel up case 9.00. 

Come and meet Faye Tamamoto, Helena Rubonslein s Skin Life Beauty 
Consultant Our own trained cosmetician Rita Godbout 
wrelcomes you to discuss "The ContinenfaLCollection " 

Promotion continues to Oct. 7th. " 

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Men'i cotton/poly briefs 
IMS per customer 

. 99 . 

Men s Canadian Fruit of the 
Loom briels. Strong elastic 
waistband. Made of colorlast 
cotton/potyester. White or gold 
colaurs. Sizes: S.M.L.XL. 

Barown Canire. Lowar Maai Floar 


Men's wool knit sweaters 
Limit 2 per customer 

17.99 
u. 19.99 

Reg. 31.00 to 33.06. Mens 
Warren acrylic wool knit cardi¬ 
gans and V-neck pullovers In 
colors ol blue. grey. navy, 
green, chocolate and beige. 
Sizes S.M.L.XL. 

Man a Swaatan. Main Floor 


Women's polyester blouse 
Limit 1 per customer 

5 . 99 . 

Women s long-sleeve shirt style 
or short-sleeve blouaes ol 
100% washable polyester and 
60% cotton/S0% polyester. All 
are broken sizes. Assorted 
colors 

Woman a Sportawraar. Floor of Faihion 


Women's acryBc knit dress 
Limit 2 per customer 

5.99 . 

Women s 100% acrylic kmt 
long-sleeve dresses. Two 
styles; round neck with lie or 
collar with button neck. Broken 
size range. Beige, blue and red ' 
with pattern top. 

Baryam Canira. Lowar Mam Floor 


Women's Striped knit tops 
Limit 2 per customer 

3 . 99 . 

Women s striped top in 100% 
acrylic or 80% colton/20% 
po'lyester. Sizes: S M L Colors 
of bhie/whlte. red/whlte. 
green/boige, wine/white. 
black/while 

Fooular Pricad Sportawaar. Tiard Floor 


CORRECTIONS 
Eaton’s 
Trans Canada 
Sale Flyer 

' in this paper 

Rem m$%: Chiid » ouR-on tx)ot «i 6 96 w 
•veiiebie m mm 7 to 13 only 
Rem •117; Child • tlushmooid boot «t 
6 95 • avatleble m mm 6 to 13 only 
Rem •376; Bathtub eophOuM at boi 
/ 59 are evailabte tn gold (one only 
tteene •315 5 •316: Wuelretione tor 
T*t6R*40 Getcutelor ei 36.66 end the 
T-11750 CeJculetor et 16.66 ere 
ireneooead 

Re*h •369 Rom Feettvei Bedspread 
hM fHM been shipped by the fectoey 
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ttxrd weeti m October 


Women's plush slippers 
Reserve the right to Kmit 

4.99 

to 7>99 

Reg. 10.00 to 16.00. Women’s 
comfy-coey slippers In various 
colors and stylM. Broken sizes. 
Qreat value—great savings. 
Buy now while guantitlee last. 

Woman's Shoaa. Floor of FaaMon 


Household writing tablet 
Limit 4 per customer 

. 36 . 

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Fine vellum finished housebold 
writing tablet. 90-8x10 ” size 
sheets per tablet. Buy now w/ille 
quantities last. For house or 
office. 

Slallonary. Lowar Mam Floor 


Instant liquid plant food 
Limit 2 per customer 

1 . 25 . 

Schultz-Instant liquid plant food 
starts growth and feedt Indoor 
and outdoor plants. 12-oz. size. 
Make your green thumb even 
better with help from Eaton s. 

OarOan Shop. Mam Flow 
Homo Fumwiilnea BuMIng 


Women's fashion scarves 
Reserve right to limit 

. 88 . 

Women 6 fB6hion square 
scarves of acetate Assorted 
colors. Brighten up your ward* 
robe with savings from Eaton s 
while quantities laat. ^ 

FwMon AooMdoriM. Mam Floor 


Kodachrome 35mm slide film 
Limit 3 rolls per customer 

3 . 10 . 

Reg. 4.09 Kodachrome 3Smm 
slide film In 20 exposure roll; 
ASA 64. Processing included. 
Stock up now. Picture all these 
savings while quantities last 
CamacM. Loiwar Mam Floor 


Plastic hanging basket 
Limit 4 per customer 

1 . 10 . 

10" plastic hanging basket In¬ 
cluding detachable aaucer and 
hanger. Colore: white, green, 
orange, brown, and mahogany. 
Buy now and eavsl 

Oaroaa Shop. Mam Floor 
Homa Furntahmot BuMORvp 


Brand name pantyhose 
Limit 3 per customer 

. 87 . 

Brand name hosiery by Cameo 
and Ultra Secret. Cameo all 
sheer reinforced toe styles in 
sizes S.A.T Ultra Secret sheer 
reinforced panty and toe in 
sizes A.B.C. Assorted colors. 

Hoasary. Mam Floor 


Small colored area mats 
Limit 2 per customer 

. 99 . 

Add color to your rooms! Small 
area mats of assorted colors 
and materials Sizes 18 x 27 ". 
Buy at Eaton s while quantities 
last and save! 

Araa Ruga. Main Floor. 

Hoow Fumwlanga BuHdmg 


Dorbin Grey Sweats 
Limit 2 per customer 

4 . 99 . 

60% colton/80% acrylic 
ahorta, pants. T-ahirta and 
hooded aweatshlrta Machine 
washable 


Sporlings Qooda. Lowar Mam Floor 


Fashion jewellery 
Reserve the right to M 

3.75 
w 50.00 

Reg. 7.80 to 100.00. Faehion 
Jewekery In aaeorted up-to-date 
stylos and colors. Includos aar- 
rtnga, pendanta and stick-pina. 
Buy now and really ssvel 

JiMltery. Mam Floor 


English bone china 
Limit 4 per customer 

3.49-3.99 

5.99 

Assorted group# 1-2-3 of Eng. 
lien bone china cupa and aau- 
cers. Quality at a savings Buy 
now It saving la your cup of 

tea! 

CMna. Mam Floor. 

Homa Fumtahmoa BmlOmg 


Melitta coffee fitters,. 

Limit 2 per customer 

. 79 . 

Eaton'a givoa you a prica break 
— a cottao break, tool Melitta 
»6 cottae tutor papers — 100 
per package. Super value at a 
super price. 

Houaawaraa. Mam Floor 
Homo Fumwiilnea SuUding 


Revlon fashion lipsticks 
Limit 2 per customer 

1.99 . 

Revlon creme or frosted lip¬ 
sticks In assorted shades 
Now s your chance to buy at 
real savings and value while 
quantiles last and Eaton’s Is the 
place 

Coamonca. Mam Floor 


Hastings air filters 
Limit 2 per customer 

2 . 19 . 

Give your car a breath of fresh 
air after a long hot summer 
with a Hastings ak filter, to 
sizes to fit most popular cars 
Eaton s has it all — at sav¬ 
ings! 

Auiomoltvwt. LOnMT M«in Floor 


Ball bearing jump rope 
Limit 2 per customer 

1 . 50 . 

Eaton t hetpa you gel Into the 
awing of thinga. Firm up and 
•hapa down with a ball bearing 
lump rope. Fitness Is savings at 
Eaton’s 

Beortme Oooda. Lowar Mairt Floor 


Manufacturer's yam 
Reserve right to limit 

. 19 . 

CfBBrance from well-known 
manufacturer Approximately 
26-076m balls in easorted 
colors. Stock up now and 
save! 

Yarna. Th«d Floor 


7-pce. nut driver tool set 
Limit 2 per customer 

1 . 17 ,, 

7-oce. nut driver tool set. com¬ 
plete with plastic case and slip- 
on power handle For the work¬ 
shop or garage Save now while 
quantities last' 

Hardwar*. Lowar Mam Floor 


Natural source laxative 
Limit 2 per customer 

2 . 68 . 

Reg 3.29. Mataraucil. a natural 
tource laxative lor gentle rellet 
of conafipatlon. Add to water, 
cold luloea or milk 340 g 


SundrtM, Lowar Mam Floor ^ 


Decorator toss cushions 
Limit 2 per customer 

6 . 99 . 

A wide aaaodment ot decora- 
tlvo toaa cutMona In natural 
cottona, velvett or antique 
eattns. Borne with fringe or tee- 
tele. A wide aeleotlon of color to 
chooee from. Shop wNie quan- 
litietiaet. 

OfaparlM. Bsoond Floor. 

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Scotch Minti^ 

Limit 2 Ibe. |w customer 

. 89 . 

Everybody • tevortte treett 
Great tor attar dinner mint or 
enytimo mint. Buy lote becauee 
K’a a family tavorito. 

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20 lbs. Steriltzed toil 
Limit 2 per customer 

1 . 00 . 

K’a time to db tome trane- 
ptenttng. And there len t a better 
time to eava on 20 Ibe. ttari- 
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tropicel planta. 


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Howt FumWiwga Buiwins 


50% off! Buxton leathers 
Reserve right to Imit 

3.00 

w 10.00 

Reg. 6.00 to 20.00, Mon o end 
womon’a wallets and key treln- 
are by Buxton. Aaeorted etylee 
end oolore. Buxton at low, low 
pricee. Real value at t real 
tevlngel All m ell H’a ei 
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Cotton terry tub mats 
Limit 2 per customer 

7.99 . 

Color up your belhroom with 
tavingal 100% cotton tarry tub 
mete in aaeorted colort. Ap¬ 
prox. 22 ”x36’’. Qreat value — 
but nowl 

Unww. Tlwd Flow 


Gilts' carefree pants 
Limit 2 per customer 

3 . 99 . 

Qirte' piinte In aaeorted colort 
and tabrtct. All meohine waah- 
able. SIzaa 2-6x. At great tav- 
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Wit Mixttiiii 


Section Two 


Sunday, September 24, 1978 


Page 17 


I 


TOYOTA 


ESSO CAR CLINIC 
TESTED USED CARS 


It's sad end of 88 jobs at old dynamite plant 


Banquet of uncertainty for a fond little local 


ByDONOOUJNS 


Ai bulqiwU tn< diRcM fs, this mw 
wfH ha^tiwrt. 

Oi Oct 14 1 gnMip ofoeofilc will show 
up at Pliyland Curting dub. live it up for 
a while, remember old times, and trj- 
hard to laugh in the face of adversity. 

Then they’ll go home, some of them to 
an uncertain future. 

They will have written a sad ending to 
an important chapter in Victoria labor 
history. Behind them will be a union local 
with an enviable reputation, and a lot of 
jobs that once seemed secure. 

All but sis of M jobs disappear Sept U 
with the closure of the Canadian Indus¬ 
tries Ltd. dynamite manufacturing op- 


eratiaa an James Island. The tlx “turvi- 
vert” will remain with the CIL 
dlstrlbotion subsidiary. Continental Ex¬ 
plosives Co., better known u Conex. 

FOKTRE BESTH't a different story 
A Joint committee of the Oil Chemical 
and Atomic Workers International 
Union, the company, and federal em¬ 
ployment officials hat been trying to find 
them new jobs ever since the June 1 
announcement that the plant was clon¬ 
ing. The cloture has been blamed on a 
decline in the need for oldtime dynamite 
Most explosives are now being made 
right at mining sites. 

Larry Smith, president of the 
OCAW's doomed Vlctotla local, says it 
seems likely now that about tt of the n 


workers will be placed in jobs both on 
and off Vancouver Island. 

Ironically, Smith, who hat been de¬ 
voting two days a week to the search for 
jobs, it one of the victims and has 
had no hick lining up work for himself. 

At SS, he is a IS-year-veteran of the 
James Island operation, has a wife, two 
children, a home and no Idea at all 
what the future holds for him 

SOME OF THE others, however, are 
in worse shape. 

‘‘Everyb^y's having particular 
problems,'’ he says. “We have a few who 
have sold their homes because they don’t 
know what is Ming to happen.” 

An iMeresong feature of the James 
Island story Is the OCAW local and Its 


remarkable relationship with the com¬ 
pany and the Victoria labor move¬ 
ment. 

Formed first with a federal charter as 
the Canadian Chemical and Explosives 
Workers International Union, It was the 
first to organlie workers at a CIL plant in 
Canada. That was In October, IM2. in 
IIMO It became part of the OCAW. 

Since that first day In 1942 it has 
earned itself a solid union reputation 
without once resorting to strike action. 

"THE CIiMF,ST we ever came was In 
l94g,” says Smith. "That tinm we |ol a 
last-minute settlement.” 

At the same time, the local was 
nlaying an active role within the Vietoiia 
Labor Council. OCAW members Bob 


Barrie, is one of the better remembered 
former presidents of tbe council. 

At Wednesday night’s meeting coun¬ 
cil past presidrat John SchIbiT men¬ 
tion^ sadly that tbe local—"one of 
our oldest and most staunch affili¬ 
ates”—had already held what was os¬ 
tensibly its last meeting as a local. What 
was left of It would soon merge with one 
of the bigger Vancouver locus. 

His words of praise for the little local 
brou^t respectful applause, tome of it 
from young council delegates who hadn’t 
been bom at the time It organixed the 
James Island workers. 

Council secretary Lany Ryan has 
suuested the relationship between CIL 
and the local would make a good sub¬ 
ject for a study. 


"THERE’S BEEN a tondency to go to 
Sweden or Germany to study employer 
and union relationships, when probably 
we didn’t have to go farther than James 
Island,” Ryan says. 

"My recommendation to students Is 
that they study the James Island experi¬ 
ence. It has always been consistent 
to the principles of good collective bar¬ 
gaining.” 

But all of that will be gone at the end of 
next week, and on Oct. 14 the victims will 
head for the goodbye banquet where, 
among other things, there will be a pres¬ 
entation to some of specially-plated 
union withdrawal cards. 

It will signal the death of something 
that everybody thought was awfully 
good while it lasted. 




Flower children 


-WilUsm e. John oheto 


Little girls and flowers In Victoria just naturally go 
together to make a pretty picture. Twin sisters There.sa 
(left) and Dawn Wright of Sidney didn’t let the occa¬ 


sional drop of rain discourage them from enjoying a 
stroll through Market Square on Saturday. Weather¬ 
man is predicting more cloud and rain for today. 


This year's United Way 
drive for t92S,U0 starts Mon¬ 
day—and tbe kickoff should 
be tbe best la history. 

Coming from Edmonton to 
do the b^rs Is Victoria na¬ 
tive Dave Cutler, the Cana¬ 
dian Football League’s pre¬ 
mier kicker, and one of the 
best In the history of the 
game here and in the United 
States. 

Even with his reputation. 
Cutle^vlll have his work cut 
out for htlR, since be won’t be 
using a regulation football. 
Gn the lee will be a giant 
weather balloon decorated 
with a United Way flag. 

Cutler will officiate at 2:30 
p.m. Monday on the lawn of 
the Empress Hotel. The for¬ 
mal ceremony will be fol¬ 
lowed by tea for the 
In the looby of the 
Proceeds will be a 
nation to the United Way. 

In addition to the nneral 
public, the event will be at¬ 
tended by representatives of 
the 23 agencies funded by the 
United Way, and the cam¬ 
paign ‘cabinet.’ 

The campalra has unusual 
Importance this year, be¬ 
cause the goal of t^.OOO was 
reached last year, and new 
chairman Bob Mussett Is 
confident that the full 
amount will roll in again this 
year. 

Mussett Is proud of the effi¬ 
ciency of the United Way, 
pointing out the value of the 
project In raising most of 
the charitable money re¬ 


quired in Greater Victoria 
through one Intensive cam¬ 
paign. In addition to hun¬ 
dreds of part-time volun¬ 
teers, there will be a hard 
core of full-time volunteers 
lent by companies at their 
expense. Just over 90 rents of 
each dollar goes directly to 
the agencies. 


New agencies are being 
added all the time. In 1979, 
the Blanshard Community 
Centre and the Boys’ and 
Girls’ Clubs of both Central 
Saanich and Royal Oak were 
funded for tbe first time. In 
1977, it was tbe Big Sisters 
who were added. 

Money sought this year 


represents an increase of 
nine per cent over 1977, real¬ 
istically tied to the current 
Inflation rate. 

The volunteer committee 
that distributes the money to 
the agencies comprises 40 
volunteers,»representatlve of 
the entire community, and all 
United Way donors in their 
own right. 


How can this man laugh? 


United Way’s kickoff 
to be done by expert 


By JIM GIBSON 

C Wistii nasrtir 

The amazing thing about 
Allen Houghton is how he can 
keep laughing after two years 
as Victoria's leading impre¬ 
sario. 

Here he is. exuding enthusl- 
a.sm for a third season that 
some thought wouldn’t even 
materialize. Last year, his 
houses were down 13 per 
rent, even with attractions 
like renewed pianists Garrick 
Ohisson and Phlllipe Entre- 
munt. 

Nor was putting together 
this season, opening next 
month at the University 



Houghton 
.. .Third acMOB 


Centre, without serious set¬ 
backs. The Royal Winnipeg 
Ballet—after 13 years ol 
visits to Victoria—can’t af¬ 
ford to tour in B.C. just at a 
time when Houghton was 
moving his big moneymaker 
up to three periormances 

Hooking onto the rising 
popularity of jazz In the city, 
Houghton thought he bad the 
World's Greatest Jazz Band. 
But just as his brochure w as 
to go to the printers. It can¬ 
celled. 

Last season, when popular 
Jose Molina cancelled out a 
month ahead. Houghton 
came up with a Russian trav- 


Symphony loses Royal 


Construction work at the Royal Theatre 
has forced the Victoria symphony to go else¬ 
where for at least Its first two pairs of 
concerts 

The season was to have opened at the 
Royal next Sunday with soprano Anna Moffo 
and auditioning British conductor Chris¬ 
topher Adey but symphony manager Jean 
Hunter said Saturday she was Informed late 
last week that the Royal would not be 
rgady for the symphony until at least Oct. 20 
despite a contractural agreement. 

'Dm symphony has bNn able to secure 
the University Cl^re for the first concert 
but conflicting engagements there will likely 
see the second concerts at times other 
than the usual Sunday afternoon and Mon¬ 
day night performances. 

Tbe symphony organization is annoyed 
that no one In the city recreation de¬ 
partment, which Is responsible for the 
Royal, bothered to Inform it that delays in 
(be needed backstage renovations bad 


moved the completion date back to Oct. 20. 
Mrs. Hunter learned of the delays elsewhere 
and Investigated the situation herself. 

"I just about had a cardiac arrest.” she 
said when she saw the condition of the stage 
and dressingrooms. 

Not everyone connected with the sym¬ 
phony was upset by the move. According to 
Mrs. Hunter, the orchestra cheered when 
informed the concerts would be In the Uni¬ 
versity Centre where it had held rehearsals 
last summer. 

“No doubt any orchestra would prefer 
the Univeratty (^tre to the other,” said 
Mrs. Hunter who denied reports that (he 
»mphony was considering leaving (be 
Royal permanently. 

Season ticket holders will receive corre¬ 
sponding seats to those In held la (heir name 
at tbe Royal. 

“The seating Is se marvelous (at the 
University Centre) you can’t give any¬ 
one a bad seat.” she said. 


elogue for the theatre he had 
booked. 

"It wasn't exactly Gone 
With The Wind,” he said, but 
It sold reasonably well 

The suspicion is that 
Houghton must keep a bed¬ 
side copy of Norman Vincent 
Peale handy for his day-to- 
day dealings with producers, 
flighty entertainers and fick¬ 
le Victoria audiences. He 
doesn't, 

"I wouldn't be here doing it 
again If I didn't think there 
was a future.” Houghton said 
in a recent interview. 

He has cut his operation to 
(he bone and kept his ticket 

prices down when everything 
else Is going up. 

"I'm gambling on the econ¬ 
omy remaining where It is or 
getting worse, he said, ex¬ 
plaining that as prices else¬ 
where rose, his tickets looked 
more and more tike a bar¬ 
gain. 

To attract a wider audi¬ 
ence, Houghton’s season has 
become leu and leu specia¬ 
lized. 

’Tve attempted to create a 
variety of programming, 
lending more and more to 
that Which Is popular rather 
than ‘claMical.’ People like 
(guitarist Carloa) Montoya 
croM that line very well,” he 
said. 

There Is little In his uason 
that could be called risky, 
other than periiaps Canadian 
jaaman Hoe Koffman. 

Many have already played 
to good houses here nefore. 
Houghton (eels that If Vic¬ 
toria liked them once, why 


not again? So he booked at¬ 
tractions Ilka the Canadian 
Brass, the World of Gilbert 
and Sullivan and the Cana¬ 
dian Opera Company. 

In his usually popular 
dance bookings. Houghton Is 
banking on people remem¬ 
bering that Danny Grossman 
of the Danny Grossman 
Dance Company was the star 
of last year’s sellout appear¬ 
ance by the Toronto Dance 
Theatre. He doean’t expect 
any difficulty with Les 
Grands Ballets Canadlens. 

The rest of his ll-attraction 
season la made up of what 
Houghton calls “etlmlc spec¬ 
taculars.” 

“When people go out, they 
want lots of excitement and 
people on stage.” Houghton 
said, explaining the expected 
popularity of shows like 
Parthenon Dancers of Greece 
and the Chinese Circus. 

Other than Montoya, 
Houghton has shied away 
from soloists in his season. 
ImpreMrios elsewhere are 
doing the same, having dis¬ 
covered that unless the so¬ 
loist is at the very uip, audi¬ 
ences don’t show up. 

“What I think Is bappenlng 
Is (hat they can stay home 
and watch good performers 
on telavisloo,” he said. 

Sccond-gueuing audience 
taata, outmanoeuvring televi¬ 
sion programmers and being 
on good terms with the 
weatherman all seam essen¬ 
tial to succaee. 

Is It all worthwhile? 

‘T often tall people the only 
renson I bought tUs business 
was to get free tickets (or the 
shows,’' Houghton laughed 


Teenage student, right, pours coff^ for adult colleagues 

School policy encourages late bloomers 

Gain* back adult-style 


By PAUL DE GROOT 


A policy to encourage adult enrolment In 
Greater Victoria schools appears to be 
having some effect this year. 

The most extensive campaign to get 
adults back Into the classroom took place at 
Esquimau high, and the school now liaa a 
record 34 adults enrolled, more than twice as 
many as at any other city high Khool. 

Spectrum reports about six adults en¬ 
rolled this year, Mt. Douglas has two, and 
Victoria High has eight, although the oldest 
(here Is only 22. Vic Hl|m principal Duncan 
Lorimer said several older persons Inquired 
In June about taking courses, but none 
turned up (or registration in August. 

At Oak Bay, three adults are attending full 
time, and two part time, up from one 
full-time adult last year. 

Esquimau High principal Keith BIckmorc 
said 19 of the students at that Khool were 
enrolled in business education courses, with 
three In full-time academte programs, one In 
a part-time academic program, one tak¬ 
ing foods courses and three In a “core” 
program designed to live them biale literacy 
and mathematics skQis. 

The high proportion of adults In (he busi¬ 
ness education program was the result of 
promotion materials by that department and 
sent home with students at several Esqui¬ 
mau schools, BIckmore said. 

Other stu^nta were referred to the Khool 
by Esquimau municipality’s resreation do- 

K artment, or learned that they could attend 
Igh Khool from friends. 

Renate Inkpen, whoM Grade 12 daughter 


also attends Esquimau High. It taking a 
typing couTM at Esquimau. After the Initial 
novelty wore off In the first few days, 
the regular students took no special notice of 
the adults in their midst, she said. 

She reported her daughter didn’t mlad her 
attending the same Khool as long as they had 
no classes together, although one or two stu¬ 
dents had asked her why she didn’t go 
to Camosun College. 

Sharron Turner, a petite blond only Kven 
years out of high school herself, says she has 
no problems mixing with the teenage stu¬ 
dents. They are not usually aware that she Is 
an adult back to finish Grade 12 unless a 
teacher happens to mention it. 

Esquimait it closer and cheaper than 
Camosun College, although the says the 
plant to attend Camosun after getting her 
Ugh Khool diploma. 

Daniel Deen, a musical Instrument ru- 
palrman, is the only male In the butineu 
education propam. A course In bookkeeping 
will help him in his work, he says. 

BIckmore says Eaoulmalt High’s time¬ 
table, with courtet Kheduled at the same 
time each day, la one reason adults find (he 
Khool attractive. 

From the Khoot’a point of view, giving 
daytime educational programs U) adults la 
another way to aerVa the community, be 

says. 

The adult students alM have a positive 
effect on other students la class, and their 
first-hand experience in the classroom 
should help dispel Mme of the more Mr- 
did myths about modern education, he 
says. 
























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18 DAILY COLONIST, Vlctori*. B-C.. Sundn.x. 24. \Vt% 

Food expert fears 
historic turmoil 


WINNIPEG (CP) — An to- 
temattonally celcbratM) sd- 
entlst nod humanlUrton fora- 
caaU turmoil unmatchad In 
worM history unloas coun¬ 
tries pull to(Mbar to neet 
future food newts. 

Dr. Norman Borlatm of 
Mexico City, winner of the 
Nohel Peace Priie in ItTO and 
last year’s recipient of the 
presidential Medal of Free¬ 
dom in the United Slates, 
says the challenhe can only 
be met by worldwide political 
and economic will. 

By the year IMS. Boriaug 
toM the closing session of the 
- Inlemalkmal Cereal and 
Bread Congress, food sup¬ 
plies will have to be doubl^ 
to more than six billion met¬ 
ric tons. 

The implications of such an 
order are enormous, he saM. 
and it cannol be met by the 
few traditional food export¬ 
ers alone, or by developing 
other food sources. 

"There Is a lot of unraaHs- 
tk talk about the oceans 
being a source ef food to feed 
tlw world," he said. 

"But only about two per 
rent of the world's total food 
tonnage now comes from the 
oceans and most of the future 
needs srill have to continue to 
come from the land." 

Boriaug, who won the 
peace prize for his work in 
developing new high-yielding 
wheat varieties, added that 
about II per cent of the 
world's land surface la arable 
and much of that is margin¬ 
al. 

To obtain food needs from 


Protest 
at mercy 

LONDON,Ont. (CP)-The 
National Citizens' Coalition 
has paid about flO.OOO to 
place an advertisement in To¬ 
ronto Globe and Util, com¬ 
plaining about the frequency 
of postal strikes and dlsrup 
tions. 

But the catch is, to get re¬ 
sponses from sympathisers 
with moral and financial sup¬ 
port. the group must rely on 
the mails. 

The advertisement In¬ 
cludes coupons which critics 
of the post office are asked to 
mail to the coalition, along 
with comments and contribu¬ 
tions enabling the group to 
buy adverttoing space in 
other newspapers. 


such a small amount of land 
will require great advances 
to agronomic practices, tecb- 
notufor and political iMder 
ship and co-operation from 
all countries. 

He saM arnments against 
the use of chemical fcrtlllz. 
ers, pesticides and herbicides 
are nonsense. 

"Those arguments come 
from people who have never 
had empty stomachs.” 

Boriaug, who has received 
numerous International 
awards and has lived and 
travelled In many of the de¬ 
veloping countries of the 
world, siso spoke on the need 
to control populations and 
took a swipe at the human 
rights advocates who abhor 
such suggestions. 

"When you don't have the 
six basic things—food to eat, 
a shirt on your back, a roof 
over your liMd, a Job, schools 
for your children and medical 
treatment for yonr illness, 
which Is the case lor the 
masaea—human rights are 
secondary.” 

To meet the demands on 
food production,'advanced 
nations will have to help by 
educating new scientists 
from the developing coun¬ 
tries, and assisting them with 
their work when they go back 
home, he said. 


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Lead letters spark 
stuffed toys recall 

OTTAWA (CP) — Curious George. Chick-A-Dee. 
Puppy Love and Scooby Doo hava been ordered re- 
calM by the federal govemmant because of dangrr- 
: otts levels of lead to the painted lettering on their 
shirts. 

Carious George is a stuffed monkey, Okk-A-Dee 
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28 issues hold up pact 


OTTAWA (CP) — There are still JS Issues 
outstanding in the dispute between Air 
Canada and its flight attendanto, concilia¬ 
tion commissioner Pierre Dufresne of Mon- 
treal hu reported to the federal labor de¬ 
partment. ' 

Included la the unsolved issues are the 
major ones of salary and working hours. 

Distribution of the report Friday means 
the union can legally go on strike In seven 
days If further bargaining la not success 
ful. 

In his recommendations on how the dis¬ 
pute might be ironed out. Dufreshne fa 
vored the company offer of a two-year con¬ 
tract with a pay raise of eight per cent effec¬ 
tive as of last July 1 and a further eight per 
cent raise starting July 1 next year. 

The union wants a one-year contract with 


a wage increase of II per cent and a 

cosl-oT-livIng agreement 
On the worl^ hours Dufresne recom 
mended no change. 

The flight attendants said duly periods 
should not exceed 14 hours. They said an 
employee could elect to work beyond that 
period or take a crew rest. , 

The flight attendants have voted a ppi% 
cent in favor of a strike if there is no agr||-i 
meat. The union has 2.TN members * 
Lore Tamme, chief negoltotor for the' 
union, said the association had made agrar-s 
menis with ground-crew unions to respectj 
the flight attendants' picket lines. 4 

The union also filed an injunction In (Jtk-j 
bee Supenor Court claiming that the pub c 
lie would be exposed to irreparable harm tfS 
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Aftar thines ethnic , political, sexual • 

Norman Lear turns to 


DAFLY CX)U)N1ST. Vlrtwl*. ■ C.. Sunday, S*p»Mnh*r «. ItT* 19 

religion on television 



denund that kind of teoai- 
billty. In tim Bnglnnlag mt<bt 
bo tnoro than an taimr^clty 


priest. Actually, they'n m( tide of the anfelt. AtMe from 
your averafe anyb^, tta- the question of raallty tat their 
Im of courts, you include relatioothlp. there la a mere 
Lear sitcom characters, in Important technical point to 
which case they art about ha made In terms of the show, 
average. As played by Lopes and Ste- 

She la, to quote a few veoeon, the two chamcters 
desrlptive strokes from the are not balanced. S^la, un- 
show's publicity, “Up," questhmably, the domlbatlna 
‘'feitty," "freeHqdrlted.'' force ef the action. So much 
“Streetwise'' and a 'former to. It could be called The 
stiuet-fang member.” She is Sister Aggie Show and no- 
also aaarate expert, artiea- body would know the differ- 
late, sharp at a tack and cute eoce 
at a button 

EVEN SO. the nuns present 
HE IS “uplift,'' "fo- at the screening in the diocc- 

geylsh.” “a stuffed shirt,'' tan communicatlont facility 
and "leery of this new In UnloDdale were not Im- 

worid." He it also not very pressed. When asked for 
physical, dense as a fog and comments by a repenaenta- 
as innocent as a newborn tive of Lear's Tandem Pto- 
baba ductions, who had brought 

Obviously, they're going to the two tapes to the tcrean- 
be a fun pair. But why a nun lag, they were of the opinion 

and a priest* Why not social that Sister Aggie was a srin- 

workert or psychologittt or aing characlar, but totally 
nondenomlnatonal religious unreal, 
workers? Because, u every- That Sistar Aggie's worth 
one knows (whalovor oIm to the mlsalon It baaod al- 
thn don't know about thorn), most endtoly on har past, 
CaUiolle nuns and priaats are pro-nun oxparieoco was 
celibate questioned, as was her con¬ 

tinual mferoncos to her for- 
AND THAT Is what muck mar lUo. 
of tha humor in la the Begin- 

nii« is based upon. Exam- “BEEVKE," taM one nun. 
pie. "Is based on dedication and 

Street youth: "There Isn't t love, rather than past expari- 
vlrgin in It miles of here." cnee. And If she has made a 
Older nun: “I beg your par- commltmaol to the church, 
don." her nrevtaotHfe would not be 

If you think that la fuaay, a sunloct of discussion.'' 
yon will like the show. If yon Reality, perhaps, but no- 
don't, you won't. body, least of all Lear hu 

ever worried about the lack 
THE OTHER day sevnra'. of roaHtv In sitcoms. Reality 
- nuns and priests of the Rock- It net all that funny, at least 
vllle Centre. N.Y., Diocese not week-in, weak-out. 

wore given a preview of the _ 

premiere and another teg- THE MATTER of Father 


Norman Lear, who hat 
gone as far as oosslble on 
television sritb thllm ethnic, 
potltlcal and sexual. Is now 
Into things religious. More 
paiticolariy, he U into things 
Catholic. 

As with almost anything 
Lear does, there arc contro-, 
venial aspects to his new 
comedy series that pim 
miered Wednesday on CBS- 
TV. It's called In the Begin¬ 
ning, and It's about a young 
nua and an older priest who 
are throsm togetl^ In the 
operation Of an Inner-city 
atorqfront mission. 

BUT, AS might be expeect- 
ed from Inar, Sister Aggie 
(Priscilla Lopei) and FaUier 
Cleary (McLean Stevenson) 
are not your average nun and 


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understand the strsat p^ 
Isms of the Inner city, sup¬ 
posedly bcause be bas spent 
most of his priesthood tat an 
in church, 
was aha challen^. 

'To ptesuine mat a priest 
They did knows nothing of drugs and 
alcohoUsm, runaways, unam- 


shosrn later. They didn't 
much like the show, althourt 
they were not against the 
basic bumanixing of thair 
cslUng. Prieeu and nuns, affluent sul 
after all, are human. 

What they objected 
mnch more , " . 

not want nuns and prIaM to 
be portrayed as saints: rather ployment and other problema 
they wanted the characters to because ho has boM In an 
bo more human, more real. upper-clau pariah," said one 
priest. "Is Just fantasy. We 
"THE SHOW,” one prieot all deal with those problem 
said, "is exchanging one no matter where we are. To 
stereotype for another. We think otherwise Is ridiculous 
aro not infallible, but we are 

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That Father Cleary of the going for tho cheap lau^ at 
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other hand, is always on the show, but. by and large. It 
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are." 

for church doctrine, 
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birth control and abortion, 
there was general agreement 
that somAody at Tandem 
had failed to do his or har 
bomewort — or had chosen 
to ignore it. Tbe Tandem of¬ 
ficial made notes. 


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Count me oat, Pierre 

Author Plorro Borton. huoUIng sisnaturM In 
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tctiviUn. meou an opponent In Goorge Skyl- 
larU who tald Ms milk store had been robhed 
four times. Cost to sign up was tl, with proceeds 
going to Canadian Civil Liberties Association. 


VANCOUVER (CP) — Hw B.C. Court«( Appeal has on- 
•nImoMhr upheld a B.C. Suprcnw Oourt order stopplnp 
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sMod wags and ooUmea. oak or carpeted floora. bullt-M 
encuum syalsm. Infarcom, humMIfiar. electronic air tiller, 
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TO Ellis BnIN 

VIEW 4222LYIWnEL0 IHOMwBiiH 

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DEAN PARK 
1774 Orcas Park Tarraca 

Unlqualy daaignad. quality bust, 2300 aq. S. home eat 
m turroundmos ol cedars and sea. Beamed caWnga, 
rock brick llrsplaoaa, 4 badrooms. 3 bathe. H aora. 
Thantro-pana throughout. Exianor brick, ahaka, 
alucco. Doubt# garage, underground sarvloaa. 
Sne.BOO. MLS 34V>4. 

J. Praaton E. Kolalad E. RutaaS 
3SS-2642 042-6315 6S6«14S 

C. A MONTMII Ca LTA ll$441l . 


SonSood with paved road, hyrtro. watar. talaphona and 
decorative street Hghbng 

It where you Hve It Important, taka your home plant to thii 
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478-5861 478-4761 

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SUN. 2-4 
2600 RAINVILLE 


Attention Homo Huntarol Looking for a tupar 
bargain? My vendor la moving and will look at all 
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This homa la larga, private, beautifully laid out and 
priced $10,000 below two aaparata independent 
market appraisalt. Come and look — I promise 
you. you'll ba Impraaaad. 

. 4 bedrooms 
. 2 full bathrooms 
• sweeping views Irom V. acres 
. immediate posaaasion possible 


EARLY 1900 TUDOR 
HALF ACRE GARDEN 

A ttataly Tudor rtaWanos on a tadudsd half aers gar¬ 
den, with reoapOon hak. beautiful panollad drawing 
room, dining room, dan. and t larga modem kitohan. 
Ottioa or reading room, 4 badrooms. DouMa garage. 
EXCLUSIVE. $135,000. 


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garden ol your own. Enormoua oonaaruatory and hugs 
storage araaa. Price from Me.gOO>M2.M. View with 
JOHN WEST or DAVID BIUJNOHAf. 

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DAILY COLONIST. VIctorli, B.C., Sunday, SnpMnbrr 14, im 21 



charactnr (IJ. Johar ai Uia 
manamrofUMvatad). Ha la. 
I thlM, a comical tribute to 
Uw eolortui luMiltlnf per- 


actar »or1u bi conaMaraMa Tbh^ ara Umclcaa In the 
pari becauaa the appaal at iiwrary norld of Afatha 

mwM haw Ua aude th, horn % Ttmtkn wd 

■ama way M yaan aao. alow. 


Death on Nile fine escapist entertainment 


1 HOLLYWOOD — Kacap- 

* tamraatlaaaalahaaaapftiw 
; major moirla modm. LnekUy 

K'l not dm only mada. ba- 
rauM a dM of daaaam wauM 
grew cloylag fairly nutekhv 
But when h la down wcO, 
- tkera la no4hlnf qnita Bha an 

* ncapbt t nim t i b i m aw t la 
^ oaaa tba aebn and atralaa of 

* dally Uvtag. 

* -Mlowtng on the aaccau tl 
m Murder an tbe Orfant £a- 

* preaa. Sir Lew Grade A Co. 

* have gone again la the 
t Agatha Chrlstle'i shaH and 
w picked out Oaatii on iBe Nile, 

2 a arorfc alngularly wail tullad 
<U to the mavioa hacaaaa H pco- 
X video a apectacular lour of 
»Kli^ Tufa hoaac gnuad. 

T* It la not nnHe trea that lha 

Spkiu baa aU the Unaa, but k 
, la ceitabUy true tbal tba aall- 
nultlea kava boon levlugly 
i preeamad and ara a rantrul 

* ttrength a( tba mavia. 

d Thorn la a new Harcnle 
j PolralandbciatbeeotimaMo 
. Peter Uatlao*. a caating I 
I luipect la a gaad deal ehiaar 

* to Mn. Cbiialle'a Intawtloi 
; than Albert Finney waa, gaad 
. as Finney waa. 

i Thera la a new galaty of 
I all^r iM ip a e la: Bette 

* Davla, Jane BlrUn. AageU 
I,aaabary, Maoi* Smith, 

, Jack Warden, C aar ga Kan- 
t nedy, Olivia Ibaaeay, Jon 
; Finch and MU Farrow, oat 
■ all of whom aurvlvc to tba 
{ final eoafraatatlan, an occn- 

* patloaal hazard hi murder 
! myalerlaa. 

David Niven, an ongotag 

i study hi urbanity. Is Polraf a 

* eoHaague, CaL Klea, and 
Stmaa MacCarkladale la tbe 
romantic Uad, wounded 


dan e na m ent leapa out of tba formcra who usadU 
paHte. cooventlooa of the tba meviaa, Indaad. 
myatary for aemolhlng 
barabar, and mlajudged. 

The photography by the 
vataran Jack Cardiff la su¬ 
perb and tbare la ana sea- 
paoaaful aaquance sat amid 
temple columns that U a bril¬ 
liant dbpUy of mantaga. 

Nina BoU'a luab score baa a 
naslleularly effdbtlve travel¬ 
ing motif. It Is a very leisure¬ 
ly crulsa and, as on ship¬ 
board, you ara aware that 
trains go faster. 

Shaffer has Invented one 


an aaClal realism aa a Jigsaw 
punria, Dealfe an the Nile U a 
gtaaay escapist antartaln- 
manl. 

The reservation I do have la 
that that the murder moat 
foul of Mrs. Christie's mn- 
Uriet and moat othara la auo 
murder mostly bloodlaaa, de¬ 
cisive but aomabow dena¬ 
tured. Gulllarman has chosen 
to make tbe wipaouu In 
Death on the Nils quiu 
graphic Indeed. We may for 
our peace of mind tell our- 
aelvsa that It U all ketchop, 
but h Is vary red, and the 


sened author of highly smrad 
aevela the Uodliw libraries 
refuse to stack. Rolling her 
eyes and her voweh as If on 
tlm high seas. pUylag a vamp 
hr some need of revamping, 
MUa Lansbury la a raodal of 
pure and amusing camp.' 

Bette Davla, aa a grande 
dame with a petite weakness 
for fine Jewe^ also captures 
the florid esaeoco of the form. 
Her best Itnea are snarling 
rebukes of Maggie Smith at 
her paid travenng compan¬ 
ion, and I’m sorry that 
Shaffer waa not more tpand- 
thrlft with her. 


sitlon. 

Ha^hty la the tlpa of Ms 
spiraling muatachso, anlfftug 
In ditdala, purring la repat 
at man's calumnlat, UtIMMv 
la a life-force crealsd at 
much betwaan tba llnaa aa by 
them. 

Uw atralghtaat and moat 
dramatic rota belongi to Mia 
Farrow and the dees It with a 
fine, mad Intanalty, having 
mown Into a thoroughly nro- 
fesshmal performer tinea 
thoaa beglimlngt on Payton 
Place. 

Hwre't little la ha tald 
about the other perfo^ 
mancea-, tba toiss are aa tla- 
aue-thln not much can he 
dona wHh them. Lola Chileo 
seemt much lata at home and 
wtured than others In the 
cast. 

At Its level af make-ba- 
lleve, with the tame clalmt 


Tbe fine Condominium Hornet at Chateau Jubilee are selling very quickly 
No other condopilnlum development now telling In Victoria offers you so 
much at an affordable coat Don't waste time. Tomorrow could be too late 
See Chateau Jubilee right now! , ^ 


Uattaov'a achlavemeat la 
theta aurre u ndlnga — and H 
la dlatlnetly an ackevemant 
— te that ha creatas an amus¬ 
ing cbaracterlaatlan and 
avokaa soma genuine laugh¬ 
ter despite all those wada of 


FRED CRAIQ 

The menagomorn and Motf of 


Frsd was fopa M aalea fw ttio 
irwoin Of Auquat. Muon 0* 
ftsda aucoaas oan M al- 
ttibutad 10 nia simhiy Io irada 
nomaa. le snaOla ono 
hoRiaownar Io puiohaao 
anoihs' propo'fy wiinout nts. 
avan nwugh nia novae naa 
not yel sold AW frad W aa- 
piain nioct bros Home 
Trade Prootam 


Idia Jubilee Ave. 

(Off Oah Bay Avenue) 
Open II a.m.4 p.m. Dally 
Call IM-MII 

Priced from 
$41,000 to $68,000 


a stealthy aboard a Nile padd- 
lewhaticr en raata ts Kar- 
' oak. 

The myatary b not to pra- 
poaleroualy Ingenlont aa the 
( many-handed aatatahtatlsa 
{ Mrs. Chiiatle devlted la Orl- 
a enf Express, but It la one af 

* her moal startling — unlhlak- 

* able but Irrefutable. 

Poirot, between hla charm¬ 
ingly pompous platltudea 

* about truth, evil and hla little 

* gray cells, la diuggtd and 

* alto Imperiled by a cobra In- 
alalled in hla atataroom. Just 
l|pw (ho later-unmasked cul- 
^ got hold of a cobra la 

, illld-rivur la a poroalty la the 


tVg Taho Tradgg 

JIM WEST 

SM-ttM « OlM) 


Only A Few 
Choice Suites Left 
In Phase 11 Of 
Treelane Estates 
Plan now to view our 
Spacious apartments 
for discriminating 
adults, renting at 
the water’s edge. 

See for Yourself... 
TODAY! 


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652-2735 479-0229 

CONOWATULATIONS TO DOLORES and FERN tot batng TOR 
PRODUCERS tor tho month ot Augutl nt our Shafcoumo ottion 
Whntnvor your Roni Ealolo rtoada. oaM orba ol our boat — 
DOLORES or FERN at homo or 4F7«0U1 anytwna 


147,500^ 


had a plot to Uii tai. 

• The myatary, aa a movta, 
S hat Uw advantage of being 
■ able to enact all the alternata 
' hypotbeaet abqut who la 

• guilty. Tba Last af Sheila 
, used the technique abundant¬ 
ly and to dM Sidney Lumet hi 
Murder en Uw Orient Ex- 

; press. 

• John Gullermai was tlw 
, director this time, working 
' from Uw adaptallon by Aiuh- 
*ony Shaffer, and poor Lola 
, Cbilet la Matted not once but 
J more like a half-doien Umet 
) by various hands, only one of 
J which waa guilty. 

< Tbe form la, of course, aa 

1 titificlal at a ceremonial 

• mask, and Uw ploatura (hi 
! (hla cate beyond Uw very real 

• Inleretl of Uw aetUng) la In a 
! certain extravaunce, bor- 

2 deling on Uw bunetquo. 

« At that level of comic flair, 
2 Angela Lansbury vary nearly 
1 cammandaert the boat, at 


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Modem daotpn In a Mgb leoahop. DouMa garaga, patio, 
3-peo. onauKo, at Itw and of a quiat cul da tac. Coma taa 
ua Sunday or call anythna tor 
apporntmont. MLS 33182. 


Characwr horns wWi »as1 r tunq room and hreplaoa. go^ daww 
mom, (Wo wUh hrwilaee. 3 bedrooma and » balhfoorre luS ownjm 


To Mttln an natatn — Old# I 
Towng, 2 atorny brick vacant I 
building In fair condition. | 
40x120 zoned CA3C with 
Irontaga on hlatoric Fan Tan 
Allay. Otfprlng a uniqua 
opportunity to tno dovalopar or 
butinoaa oporator dua to thia 
spaclal location In tha 
downtown aroa. 

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UP AND OVEK WUIIe Riadolph af N«w Yark Yaakaes Ib« Satarday actiaa. Tka ladiaas haanaraA tka Yaa- 
gaaa McaBd-basamaa Oaaoa Kaipar at Clavalaad dw- kaaa ik-l la gKa Rad Soi a baaat. 


Sox shave Yankees lead 
Phillies add to margin 


Botton Rad Sox. finally ct- 
pliallilng on a Na« Yofk to«>. 
moved within one game ot the 
Yankeaa In the American 
League East on Saturday 
while Philadelphia PWllln 
stretched their National 
League Eait lead over Pltta- 
hur^ to three game*. 

The Red Sox, who had 
miMed an opportunity to gain 
ground on the Yankeea Fri¬ 
day night after a New York 
setback In Cleveland, came 
back to beat the Toronto Blue 
Jaytg-l aa Jim Rice smashed 
his 43rd home run and Lula 
Tiant pitched a leven-hitter. 

The Yankees, meanwhile, 
were being hammered IP-l by 


lowly Cleveland Indians. 
Rick Manning, Jim Norris 
and Wayne Cagn each drove 
In two runa lor Cleveland and 
Dave Clydo seattarad nine 
hita. 

Both Boston and New York 
have aeven gamaa ramain- 

*^0 the NL East, the Phllllea 
swept a dowh l aka a dar frani 
New York Meta 1-a and AR 
while Pittsburgh dropped a 
M decision to Momraal 
Expos. 

I^rry Chrlsteasoo blanked 
the Mats on three hits la the 
opener and Oarry Mnddai 
dMbled In Larry Bowa In the 
sixth inhlng with the gaam's 


Exbibltloa hocke y 

Old fella scores 


Mark Howe scored two 
goals and his 90-year-old 
father Gordie aaorsd one to 
lead New England Whalers to 
a 9-2 victory over Waahington 
Capitals In a pre-season 
game at Hershey, Pa.. Satur¬ 
day night. 

The Whalers of the World 
Hockey Association never 
trailed against the National 
Hockey League CapHals In 
the exhlMtloo opener tor both 
teams. 

Goals by 41-year-old John 
McKenzie and George Lyle 
gaveyths Whalers a 1-0 lead at 
the end of olbe first norlod. 

Eddy Godin tallied for the 
Caps In the accond period to 


Sport today 

CEICKET 

tl a.m. — Intercity exkIMtIen: Victoria SelecU vs. 
Vanceover Baloeta, Beacon Hill Park. 

RUGBY 

1 p.ai. — laland UMon, third divlalan: Casuways vs. 
JasMS Bay, Carnarvon Park; Vein vs. Oak Bay. 
Lambrlck Park; Boyal Roads vs. Ebb TMs, Royal 
Roads: Saxons vs. Vampires. UMveisIty of Victoria. 
POOTBAIX 

t p.m. — Janlsr Big Pear Sarrey Raau VI. Vlctoila 
IMphiaa, Royal Alhl^ Park. 

1 p.m. — lalaad JnvsBlIe Loans; Oak Bay Faimer 
Canatrnetlsa vs. Cowickaa flmbenaea,,Daacaa; 
Saaatcb Boneti vs. Nanaimo Headhaaters. Maedaa- 
aUPait. 


vs. 

Bay, 


only run off Mike Brubon. 
Bowa was tho balling star of 
the nightcap, atronng ftve 
hits—three singles, a double 
and a trlalo—driving In three 
runs and acoring one while 


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cut the margin to 2'!, but 
Qordlf Howrs goal asatetod 
by SOBS Mart and Marty 
mada It 2-1. 

Mart Bowa seorad botb bis 
goals in tha third parlod. 

Oord Lsana scorW Washing¬ 
ton's final goal lata la tba 
game. 

In othar Wg-laagna bockay 
rxhibltkMM, Atlanta Flames 
downed St Louis Bloat t-l 
and Boston Brulaa dumped 
Toronto Maple Laafa 2-1. 

Chicago Black Hawks aa^ 
prised Stanley Cup ahaomtoa 
Montreal CanadiM wHh a 
7-2 upaet. Mlpaasoti Nartb 
Stars defeated Colorado 
Rockies 2-2. 


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Dick Ruthven checked New 
York on four kits. 

Pinch hitter Del Unter’s 
run-scorhig single la the 
ninth Inning gava Msatreil 
Its victory evtr Pittsburgh 
and made Ross Grimiley a 
is-game winnar—tbs tops la 
Expos' Wstory. 

Larry Psnish. who scored 
the winning run on t coatro- 
venlil play it the plate—the 
Pirates contended he did not 
touch home—bed to be car¬ 
ried off the field after collid¬ 
ing with catcher Duffy Dyer. 
Parrish suffersd a bmited 
left shin and knee. Oyer had a 
sors left aide. 

Phllndelphia and Pitts¬ 
burgh both have nine pmes 
remaining, four against each 
other la ue final three days 
of tha seaion. 

Elaewhere hi tha NL, Loa 
Angelei Dodgara moved 
cloaer to clinching Iheir aac- 
ood atmlght Want Dlvtalon 
lltle, beating Su Diego 
Padree 9-S. Lae Lacy'a two- 
run pinch homer hIgUlghtad 
a four-run Loa Aagelet rally 
in tha seventh and eoablad 
Burt Hooton to gain hla 19th 
victory. 

San Francisco Giants, In 
third place In the West, were 
eliminated from pennant 
coatantloo despite defeating 
Houston Astroa 3-1 on pinch 
hitter Tom Hetntxleman'i 
RBI single In the eighth. 

Run-scoiing doublee by 
GeorM Hendrick and Jerry 
Moruet keyed a flve-nia St 
l/Nda rally In the eighth u 
the Cardinals trimmed Chl- 
cagp Cube 9-1. 

Panaonl 

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AMsaicAN Laaaua 

Saw 

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Nfw Yorv 41 41 eos — 

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RY RAN COOPER 

Thomas GratUn has yat to 
step on the ice at Pacific Coli¬ 
seum but the fleshy centre 
appears src|l on Ms way to 
earning a position irith Van¬ 
couver Cenucks. 

And from the peAormence 
if Unematee Curt Fraser end 
Man Smyl on Saturday night 
It Memoriil Arena, Ow trio 
wild easily become a "Ud 
ine" (or tte NtUoaal Haekey 
>egue club. 

The yoaagitefa snapped 
the Canucks out of the dot- 
drums srith tsro ouick gnab 
lata In tha lecood ntrind at 
Memorial Arena and Vancon- 
ver svent on to past a 44 win 
over Las Angelea Klagi in aa 
exHWtlaa gama before 1449 
fana. 

Gradln. a S-yMr^M srhe 
apant tha last two seasons 

with tha Swedish natloaal 
iMa, was In front of tha net 
when Fiaatr scored tha M 
goal at 17:19 and made an 
mlatake srith n wiitt shot at 
19:42 attar taking i pasa from 
Fraatr, tha former caauin 
for Vtctorta Cougars of tha 
Wettotu Unckey League. 

R ig htwi n ger Smyl, a fo^ 
mer New Westminster 
Brotna atandout. drew asalsta 
on both goth and dealt ont 
sevaral crunching body- 
checks. 

Canuck* maluuined the 
preasdN la the fiaal period 
and wen quickly rewarded 
srith a gotL Hilliard Oravet 
rtring me puck peat Mario 
Leaaatd at 1:13 srtm tke Kings 
I man short. 

Stovt Jensen gM mm back 
tor thn Kings six mlautee 
lator but aa UMpIred Canuck 
blueltna corps and goalkeep- 
tr Ginn Hanloo kept them off 
the scoreboard la mn remain- 
lag time. 

Ungi had a Wg advantage 
In the opening period, scoring 
twice In the first 91 seconds 
and outshootlng the Canuclu 
by an 19-11 margin. 

Wily Marcel Dionne took 
advantage of the Gradln 
llne'a iitoxpeiience to score 
the opening goal at 22 seconds 
and act up Hike Murphy at 
1:91. 

Rob Flockhart got one back 
for the Canucks at 19:41 and 
that's bow It stood until the 
rooktot took over. 

Canucks had several qcor 
tng opportunltlet aaiiy In tha 
aecono pariod when goal- 
ksepar Cary Simmons and 
Murphy drw penaltlaa 41 
seconda apart but Simmona 
held Ml ground 
Glen Hanlon. 


midway throogh the aecand 
period, sreatbMud a 99-aee- 
ond stratch when the Kings 
held a two-man edge laur In 
the period. 

Bookie a( the year and out- 
sundlag goalkeeper in the 
Central Hockay League lest 
asasoa, Hiuloa showed why 
he ie being conetdered for i 
full-time spot wim the Can¬ 
ucks. The Mg redhead made 
several mitsunding saves 
end had no chance on Jmv 
atn'e boM, which came with 
both Canock defencemen on 
thn left side and ont of the 
play. 

Canuek newotwiar Boland 
Eriksson, who played the last 
tsro aeaaoaa with klinnasota 


Norm Start, draw aa aaaiat 
on the irianlag goal and saw 
duty aa a torsrnrd Hne trim 
velerana Don Levnr and 
Dennis Ververgnarl 

Coach Harry Neale alee 
uMd Chris Oddlatfioa be¬ 
tween CHL-grade Ftocfchart 
and Rob Tndor and Orivaa 
woikad srtm boidven Pit 
Maitlo and Ron Sedlbauer. 

There will be some changes 
tonight whan the teams meel 
It Pacific Colitenm ns Neale 
hat indicated that Suwdish 
defencemen Lars Undgren 
and Lars Zettorstrom tad 
flrst-Nuad draft cbnice BUI 
Dtotago wlU mike their first 


appearance. 

Canucks 


htU it 17-32 edge 


in shots an gaal end task 29 ef 
« penalty mtontae to the 
ofttn rough affair. 

Defeieemtn Jeff Beudars 
af the Canucks and Glen Gel- 
dun af the KInp druw the 
only mafort of the game after 
a spirited scrap lata la the 
fhMl period. 

SHORT 8aOTB...Ontrv 
Denh Hut. who pleyed for 
the Cou^rs it tn M-year-old 
during the 1973-74 season. 
MW considerable Ice ttme foa • 
the Klnga...Lteaafd played.;; 
tha first lad third periods.* 
Hmaeu the mh^ 
mtautw...Canucks play the-, 
Klnai In San Diege cn Wed-t 
neeiiy and L« Aagtiei on , 
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Haaalltoa Tlgsr-Cau tnraad 
an Mhtnriia ttttleu Caae- 
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Into a rout wtm 14 fourm- 
qnattar potato an route to a 
174 vlct^ over the Injury- 
riddled Montreal Ahmattoi 
Saturday night. 

The vtctary gave the Tkats 
mird place m the Eastera 
Conference wtm seven 


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The Ala. who thawed Uttle 
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hu kept mem dote to confer¬ 
ence leading Ottawa, remain 
two points behind the Rough 
RIdtre. 

Jimmy Edwards, who fum¬ 
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drivu, finally fare the 22,749 
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Jones iMss fora 34.ytrd acor- 
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41’tth Im than two minutes 
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Nick Jambroalc, who 
kicked a 19-yard field goal 
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Uie score tl 3-3, converted 
both touefadowna. 

KicMng accounted for all 
Ibe Montreal peinu. WaUy 
Bucm punted slagiM of 32 


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kicker Den Street, erbo taUied 
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ed an a a-yerd fMd goal one 
mlnuto Into the hut qoarter. 

Dw Ala, wim Mriy ex-Tkat 
quarterkeefc Tom Shuman 
heaimy tor the game, vrerc 
hard pnwad to stay u close 
IS they did. 

Canedlen Gerty Dattilie 
was dressed for backup 
duties but was kamaered by a 
shoulder Injury to his throw¬ 
ing arm suffered to last 
week’s game wim me TkaU 
tn Montreal. 

Ouertorbacki Joe Bernes 
end Sonny Wade, who etortad 
the settoo, are stdeUaed In¬ 
definitely wim "yf9*g kata 
iitliutw wMla Larry 
Lawrence It gone for the year 
wim a dtmtged eehillu Ma¬ 
ta. 

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In their defeativa beckfUad 
brought about bv ertppUag 
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Dickie Hants, Tony Proud- 
fool and Vernon Perry. 

Hamilton, wim lU closing 
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edge in all offentlvt depsrt- 
menls. They led In flrat 
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lae-iei. mainly on the efforts 


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carries) and Loinita (73- 

I). 

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In tha ninttag deptr 
where Bnoao averaged 
yards off IS Mcka. Htmilten% 
Jambroalc, who shenked hi! 
first one of me night for 22 
yards, finished with a 49 yard 
average from nine punts 


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DAILY COLONIST, VIctaHa. B.C.. Sunday, Saplambar 34, IITII 2.1 


Black-sheep Clansmen to play basketball Vikings 


BY TOM KEY-SEI 

MraUan 'Play far Pay' and 
thr mind conjarn \1alona of 
ttw profoislanal aUiMa—faL 
>aMy and ovanMid. 

Or it miEM summan an 
Imapr of the Mholanhip col- 
Icflair athldc. complcta 
aith paid tuition and juky 
extras. 

TTiase ataaclaUons ara ana 
rraaan all Canadian ualvarsi. 
tios but anc tbun tba tcbalar 
tidp award sytlein. 

Namhty little Stmon 
Praaar Univmity Is sow al- 


loarad la caniprtr on an rxhl- 
bMon basis with Weatam Ca¬ 
nadian schools, deaplle Its 
Inslataaca an a seb^arship 
prodram. 

It's a proiram which keeps 
SFU eut el the Canadian In- 
tercoHeflate Athletic Unioa. 
And It's a program the recal- 
ritrant Burnaby Mountain re¬ 
treat has no Intenticn of 
rhai^n& 

SFTI Clansman will play 
two exhiMtioos wKh Unive^ 
sity of Victoria VIkinn this 
ana h 


Scholarships keeps SFU at odds with CIAU 


basketball season 


have 


slated meetings In various 
sports with some prairie 
schools. 

But even though the door to 
accepunce seems to have 
open^ a crack, Burnaby's 
Mack sheep and the CIAU 
are still miles apert. 

The QAU standi for ama- 
trur, with a capital 'A'. Ac¬ 
cording to its dictates, filthy 
lucre shall never cross the 
palms of the nation's colla- 


giate athletes. But the asso¬ 
ciation's dread of scholar' 
ships doesn't Just stem from 
ideals of smateur purity. 

The big fear Is a full- 
fledged recruitment war. 

Smaller universities are 
afraid they wouldn't be able 
to compete with larger Instl' 
tutions. They vlsuailaa local 
players being lured away by 
big dollars. 

Larne Davies, SFU athletic 


director, believes the dls- 
crepancy boils dawn ta so 
much hot air. He chargee that 
activt recrultmanL Inchidlag 
accompanying under-table 
giru, Is alre^ a rsalRy In 
Canada. 

"We've been outbid ter atb- 
letee by ether Canadian anl- 
versltiaa. It bappena all tba 
time. But U you called up Ike 
head of the department at eaa 
of them, ba'd Just deny It.” 
"Thw sta M polking 


reasons "wh; 


anew 

... -lavias, who 


wayta 


kypaerlsy 

shlpeT". 


why net step the 
and allow scaolar- 


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Wests shut out Duncan in league opener 


Vlrtoiii West Is again the tram to be reckoned with In 
the premier division of the Vancouver Island Soccer 
l-rague. 

The defending division champions have played three 
games this season, two In the McOavIn Cup competition. 

Vic West has outscored the opposition 11-6 In winning all 
three, Including a 2-6 decision over Duncan Selects on Set- 
urday In the league opener at Royal Athletic Park. 

Winger Bobby Duncan, who scored throe limes In 
Wedneeday's f-d win ever Cosmopalltan Royals In the 
McGavla Cup seml-flnals. netted what proved to be the 
n^aier at IP minutes after taking a past from Gary 
kfiLarea. Jim DeGoade eamad the shutout. 

e 


Duncan, fourth-place finisher In the league last aea- 
son, has yet to score In 211 minutes this season. The Se¬ 
lects were beaten 26 In overtime by Oak Bay In the first 
round of the McGavin Cup. , 

Defending scoring champion Robbie Williams made It 
26 li minutes later on a rebound of a McLaren drive 
which eluded goalkeeper Steve Webb, formerly with the 
Royals. 

Vic West, national champion In 1176, will defend Its 
McGavla Cup crown on Oct. 4 at Royal Athletic Park 
against the winner of Wednesday's semi-final between 
Oak Bay and Nanaimo United. 


Another thing. Davioi aaaa 
no difference between naivtr- 
alty flnanclag and gavara- 
Bient flnaaclag. 

"A owat many athlelaa at 
UVIe, for Instance, ara thare 
on provincial awards. And 
many Canadian athlataa re¬ 
ceive federal kelp. Whara'a 
tlm difference? How can yaa 
call these paopla ama¬ 
teurs?" 

Davlee, who has beaa at 

SFU ainca the bagInnIaE la 
1166, feala the papular liufs 
of the pamparW collage ata- 
lete, driving a fraa caavort- 
IMe while snuggling wllh the 
s ridlculenn. 
athletea el 
Simon Fraser, 46 per cant 
have all or part of tnair faaa 
paid by scholarship. Ihasa 
students must be fully guall- 
tled academically. All 
awards are adminatarod by 
the faculty. 

UVIc'a Ken Shields agraee 
that shady recruiting prac¬ 
tices exist In Canada. In tact, 
Shielda Is all la favor at Urn 
SFU approach. 

"I'd lava la sea UVk start a 
scholarship program bacanaa 
I think we'd thrive. Thare 
might ba a money prehla m 
but I think Ibara ara paopla In 
the area wha'd want la con¬ 
tribute. 

"It'd ba great la have 
Simoa Fraaar la the Canada 
West conference. The region- 
al rivalry la a natural. But 
we'd have to admit them on 
an equal basis. Either we get 
a scholarship program or 
they drop lhairs." 

Bath ihialda and Davies 
Any 


nation-wide accepunce of 
scbalarsklps would have to 
enuil strict and anforcaable 
racrultnsant gvidallnas. 

What shout SFU's 
chances? The school has been 
allowed tu exhibitions and 
will ba partaking of fadaral 
sports minister Ians Cam- 
pagnoio's iiaa,aaa travel gift, 
aeon to be distributed among 
Canadian universities. 

But when will the Burnaby 
rnbals be granted a full par¬ 
don? Maybe sometime Is the 
next century. 

B.C.'s higgnat campus, for 
Isn't lUialy ta embrace 
the SFU method. 

"Even if the QAU ap¬ 
proved scholarships, our ten- 
ate would probably fight It," 
says University of B.C. sth- 
letlc dliector J.R. (But) 
FhUllpa. 

"That hu never been our 
style. We don't follow the line 
of trying to lure athlatas 
here. We haven't ne e ded 
to." 

UBCt basketball Thunder- 
birds can't fit SFU Into ttoir 
exhibition schedule this set- 
ton but Phllllpa Insists there 
Is no animosity between the 
croes-town rivals. 

"We are definlMlv not 
feuding with .Simon Fraser. 
In fact, we're all In favor ef 
playing them. Mott people 
don't Enow It but we voted 
against banning SFU In the 
first place." 

"But I think the feeling 
acmes the country Is against 
the scholarship Idea. Every¬ 
body wanu Simon Frtacr In 
at long at they change their 
approach. They've Indicated 
that Isn't likely." 

PhilUpe la a member of a 
CWUAA financial commlttae 
which la studying the situa¬ 
tion. Recommandatlons may 
be forthcoming at conference 
meetings next year. And con¬ 


tinued dlacustlon is ex 
at the IfTI CIAU me 
Maybe aa accord will be 
reached. Probably not. Tba 
status qua la likely la mmain 
unchanikd IntMnltely. 
God's In kit heaven, all's 


right wllh the srorld. In the 
face ef hypocrisy charges, 
the CIAU trill go lU merry 
way sthlle athletes on the Mil 
In South Burnaby continue to 
play lar pay—against Ameri¬ 
can appoaltlen. 


Dolphins’ woes mounting 


taurslng a l-i wen-loal rec¬ 
ord. scaring an average of 
a IMic mom than three points 
a ^me, Victoria Dolphins 
dnfl need any mom prob- 
Irnae. But, Ilka it or not, 
ihdy'm getting mom. 

Aa they head Inis the sea- 
soO flfMl home game. Dol- 
phlaa ara scratching for the 
laCof four playoff spots In 
ihoMunior Big Four football 
ledkue. They're scratching 
wltiSuirey Rams, who they 
m^ today, 2 p.m., at Royal 
Atkaetle Park. 

ONplie an equally un¬ 
healthy mark of 16, Rams 
seem U> be Impmving. In 
ih^ last start, they held 
fIrBplaoe Vancouver Mera- 
lomas to II points In s gsme 
Rsmi lost 11-7. Meralomss, 
apj^va allowad Just 14 
poli£all year. 

lOat'a not enough to set 
MoMa coach Brian OIngell 
to taking, the team Injury 
list ^finitely It. 

The man who figures out 
tha lineup etch w^ hat a 
Job ahead of him. No fewer 
than tlx mgultrt am ques¬ 
tionable alartars. 

"We've got two or three 
hurt In Ike backfleld and one 
of our starting lineman broke 
his hand," says Oliiaell. "I 
don't want k sty wM't In¬ 
jured because I don't want to 
give anything twtv. And five 
or tlx nyt ntvt had tba flu 
all week.'' 

Dolphins, who kavan't 


scored a point In their last 
three games, lost to Suirey 
by a single point In a previous 
meellng>- They beat Rich¬ 
mond Raiders for their only 
win and alto defeated Van¬ 
couver Blue Bombers. Unfor¬ 
tunately for GIngell and the 
troops. Blue Bombers folded 
and the victory was washed 
out. 

That took the spirit out of 


Boxer on mend . 

LONDON (AP) - Heavy¬ 
weight boxer Dave Wilton of 
the United States was dis¬ 
charged from the hospital at pottll 
Saturday, four wsekt after 
being knocked out by Brit¬ 
ain's Paul Sykes. Wilsoa, of 
Waterbury, Conn., suffered a 
brain kemorrhagt during the 
fight and was In serious con- 
dlDoa for more tkaa a week. 


the Dolphins, says the 
coach. 

"That decision really did It 
to us," says GIngell. "The 
guys haven't been able to get 
untmekad since then. 

"Let's face it, we're large¬ 
ly a rookie team. We've been 
making a lot of silly mis¬ 
takes. We've got a long way 
to go" 

Dolphins not only need a 
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wide a point-spread In their 
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clubs finish the season with 
Identical won-loat marks, the 
playoff berth would be decid¬ 
ed by points. Each slda will 
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24 DAILY COLONIST, VIclorU. S.C. Sunday, StpMmlwr M, Itn 


Unbeaten Liverpool yields point 


(AP) — Wait 
IWUB MCtIM thi 


MMtr IMi WM 


LONDON 
Bramwlck AlWun t 
nnt chib thU MMM to Uki i 
point troia EWroptan Mcccr 
cbamploa Uvnrpool whoa It 
biM tbo Pint Mvtiloo Innd- 
an to a M draw Saturday. 

Uvorpool'a local itvala, 
Evarton, eloaed the gap at tbo 
top of tba itandtaiia Iv baat- 
1^ haplaaa Wolverhampton 
Wanderari I-d. 

Winger Lauria Cunnlngh- 


Fatt killed 
In clash 


BOtMINGIIAM. 

(AP) - A 
UDad Sataiday 
Bated ' 

Laagaa Pint Dlvlataa aMicb 
batwcan Birmingham City 
and Cbelaaa. 

Tha ama, «ha araa aat 
naarad by aaUca, 
paabad aadataaall 
daeber baa. 

Tba dead aua naa baUavad 
ta ba a Cbaiaaa aappatrtar. 

At aaatbarauleb, batwaaa 
mrd Dlvtalaa taaaw Braab 
htd aad '•‘"1^— taaa 
laagbt a pHcbad battia aa tba 
tarracaa aa paB c a battlad ta 
baap them 


Jockey hurt 

NEW YORK (AP) — 
Jockey Alan Pattaraoa atu 
Injured Friday at Balmont 
Park wban hia mounU Wal- 
(laaauce, broke down at the 
head of the atratcb In Iba 
ninth race, 

Palteraoa araa reported to 
have trouble braatmng when 
ba waa taken for treatment to 
boapital. 


Local rivals close in on leaders 


' ament a iiaat 


am abocked Liverpool with a 
goal In tba ilnd minute, but 
Kenny OalgUab equallaad It 
mlautea later to maintain U- 
varpool'a unbealan league 


atbadaubla 


Bob Latchford and Andy 
King acored early on for 
Evarton, which hwt Ita mo¬ 
mentum in the aecood half. 

Bohoo'a atrikar Prank 
Worthington waa tha only 
player In the Firat DIvialoo to 
acore twice. His goals helped 
Bolton to a aurpiise M win 
over Norwich. 

In the Scottish Premier Dt- 
vision, Glasgow Celtic are 
alone la front with It points 
by beatlag Partlck Thiatia t- 
2. Roy AIrkep, Andy Lynch 
and Roddy Macdonald got tba 
goals, but Celtic trailed l-I at 
half time to Pardck's mark¬ 
ers by Jimmy Melroaa and 
Doug Somoars. 

Aberdeen, Joint overnight 
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Maclaod on a penalty four 
minutes before nw break. 

Glasgow Rangers contla- 
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managing only a ^2 draw 
against Morton, and they are 
stUl chasing their first league 
win la six matches. 

Middlesbrough earned a 
draw at defending English 
League champion Nottingb- 
im Forest after trailing 2-0 at 
half time. Gary Blrtles and 
Martin O'Neill Kored for the 
league cbampiona, but David 
MIIU and David Armstrong 
earned Middlesbrough a 
point 

Queen's Park Rangers 
gained their second srin of the 
season on a goal from Rashid 


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nAn,Y rro^NIST. VTrtorli, B C. S*»»»mh»r 14,!«« 2!t 


Haas pulls ahead 
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InJaUss-gaU 


ilu shot I N Situr- 
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podilon to win lUi dftk tov- 
Msiont of tho year. Bnico 
I>tjk(, Barry Jaccktl sad 
Kd Sacod wero lied with Wat- 
MMial m 

Bob Zendar, Bob Eastwood 
and second-round co-leader 
Don January, alt at MS, cer¬ 
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along with lour rooUe Bob 
Byman who was at MS. 

Seven players srere at MT, 
Includlni t’.S. Open cham¬ 
pion Andy North, who fired a 
87, followed by a group of 
eight at m. 

Haas, srifh a victory hero, 
srould aam a berth la next 
week’s World Series of Golf In 
Akron, Ohio, and also pass 
the |loa,aaa mark la winnings 
this year. Ha made three 
birdie putts of IS feel or 
longer ^turday and made no 
bogeys 

Watson's rounds Included 
birdie putts of M and SS feel. 

George Knudson of Toronto 
had a 74 Saturday, giving him 
a til total, while Jim Nelford 
of Burnaby had a 71 for a tO 
total. 


NAPA, Calif. (API - Jay 
Haas shot his socoad It of the 
tournament and took a one- 
atroko load ovor TOm WaUon 
and three other challengers 
Saturday whoa a u hpar golf 
was the rule In the third 
round of Napa's m,IM lour 
evont. 

"Blidleo deflaltoly are fly- 
lai out there,” the t4-year- 
oM Haas said after his slx- 


PORTLAND, Ore, (AP) - 
A pair of newcomers nod a 
pair of tour veterans were 
lird for the lead Saturday 
after two rounds of the |1N.- 
MW Ladles Profes-slonal Golf 
Association team champion¬ 
ships. 

Beverly Klass and Jo Arm 
Dost, two second-year play¬ 
ers on the lour who led after 
the first round, bo^ed the 
IMh hole .Saturday to fall Into 
a first-place fie with Donna 
CaponI Young and Kathy 
Whitworth. 

Young and Whitworth com¬ 
bined for a tl on the par-ra, 
'4.824-yard Columbia-Cd- 
gewaler Country Club 
course. The leaders were l|. 
under I8> after 31 holes. 


But tho battle for tho IM.- 
aof first prise was still wide 
open with 1# teaau within 
three atrokea of the leaders. 
In the team format, each 
golfer completes a hole srith 
the lowest score cauatlag for 
her team. 

Klass and DooL srho to¬ 
gether have won only II4M 
this ysar, shot a W Friday In 
the wind and rain, but when 
tho sun shone Saturday they 
managed only a M. 

Amy Aleolt and Debbie 
Massey, competing In the 
same group u Klass and 
Dost, wore one shot behind a 
launder. 

Tiro teams wore two shots 
hehind at alne-under. They 
Included the team of Janet 
Colaa and Lauren Howe and 
the team of Jo Aaa Prentica 
apd Beth Stone. 

The day's beat round was a 
at by Bonnia Bryant and 
.Sharon Miller, who had only a 
71 In Friday's opening 
foyod. 

The It teaPu that made the 
cut at 142 eampleu tho final 
la holes today. 

The team of Joeolyno 
Bouraoaa' of Sturrinigan, 
Que., and Shelley Hamlin had 
a 7a Saturday for a 141 total 
while the team of Dale Shaw 
of Victoria and Susan Lyna 
failed to make the cut at 142, 
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the defending yacht Agape In 
the final sh^-course event 
of the six-race serloa. 

Evergreen, sklpnercd by 
Don Green of taa Royal 
Hamilton Yacht Club, contla- 
ued to outmanoeuvre her op¬ 
ponent after falllM hehind in 
the early marks of the race. 

The only two races the 
American defender won were 
when Evergreen came to 
griof. TTie Canadian vetael 
raa aground in the third raco 
and on Lake Huron had 
gained a fou^mlnuta lead 
when her mast spilt. 

It Is only the fourth time la 
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BaUegterot 

Ballesteros 
won*t play 
for glory 


Country aub's t,g7t-yard 
north course. "I was 11 under 
after ahte holes and barely on 
the leader board.” 

Haas, whose victory In the 
San Diego Open last winter 
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the Profeasloaal Golfers As¬ 
sociation tour, was eight 
under par for the tournament 
and tied for third going Into 
Saturday's round. His back 
niae Saturday Included throe 
birdies, dropping him to a 
14-under-par total of 222 for M 


SUTTON COLDFIELD. 
F.agland (Reuter) Se- 
venano Ballesteros will not 
play for Spain when that 
country defends the World 
Cup gw In Hawaii In Decern- 
ter. 

After completing a five and 
four victory over Scotland's 
Ken Brown In the Interna¬ 
tional between golfers of 
Britain and Ireland and of 
Enropo here Saturday, Bel- 
lesteroa saM: ”I am Just not 
prtparod to travel 28.002 
miles to the middle of the 
Pacific Just for honor and 
glory. 

”1 am a professional golfer 
and there Is no money fa the 
World Cup so I shall not 
play." 

Twe 21-yeor-old Spanish 
star has brought World Cup 
to Spain for the lut two 
years, first nrith Manual Pin¬ 
ero and then with Aatonlo 
Ganido. 

Ballesteros, who files to the 
United States today to bid 
for the 2200,100 World Serloa 
at Akron, Ohio, added: "I 
have helped Spain win the 
World Cup for the last two 
yuan and I have enjoyed It 
very much. But there la ao 
money for winning and ho 
appearance fee. So while the 
World Cup la on I shall be 
resting at home." 


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age stakes at Exhibition 
Park. 

The Ilk-mile Churchill had 
a field of six, including Brit¬ 
ish Columbia Derby winner 
i-'ive Star General. d 

Second choice First Pur¬ 
chase set the early pace. 
prompted by Silent Code with ' 
Seattle's Dewan And Only a , 
close third. f 

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20-1 On Your 
making up ground 
ahead by two lengths coming , 
out of the turn. w 

On Your Way, ridden by 
Robert .Stein, covered the l|a 
miles la one minute U 1-i 
secoada and paid tM, ti3.10 
and $S.M. Pampas Host, a 
head behind, paid )k.N and 
$4.11. First Purchase, four 
lengthi back, paid $4 J(. 

On Your Way. owned by 
Mrs. Teresa Forster and 
Mrs. Mildrad Kaufman, 
earned $14.00$ In picking up 
Its first stakes victory to 
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Field hockey 

Trish on target 


Trish Sherring fired Ihree 
gnals Saturday, leadiog llrsl- 
plice Oak Bay to a 3-1 deci¬ 
sion over Spartans In a first 
division game of the Vancou¬ 
ver Island women's field 
hockey league. Lynn Poulson 
replied for Spartans. 

The victory gives Oak Bay 
four paints, two more than 
Spartans, fitndpipers, tnd 
Mariners 


Cricket season 
ending today 

Mike Vaughan of Albion 
will captain a Victoria XI 
today In a . seaton-eoding 
cricket match against a Van¬ 
couver select aide at Beacon 
Hill Park. Gamt time it II 
am. 

Other membert of the Vic¬ 
toria tide art Tony Quarleu. 
Cec Meyers tnd Alan Porter 
of Caatawaya; Keith Dixon. 
Alin Carter, John Buchanan 
tnd 12tb man Don Hughes of 
Albion; John Schofield and 
Steve Hanaon of Alcoa and 
Jan Aten of Oak Bay. 


Mariners defeated Rebels 
4-2, getting goals from Jill 
Boyd, Carol Neevot. Morven 
Morrittn and Charlotte 
Seney. Lindt Foley and Lit 
Munn scored for Rebels. 

Sue Taylor had two goals as 
Santipipert clipped Cowlchan 
4-2. Gill Hawkiiu tnd Janet 
Hough picked up the other 
gofla while Ba^ Branting 
and Laura Ferreira scored 
for Cowlchan. 

In second-division play. 
Rebels Gold blanked Rebels 
Red 7-0 as Bev Mepham 
scored ala goals. Sue Morrits 
and Maria Lee found the 
mark as Sanderiings 
trimmed Sailors 2-0. 

Castaways edged Ever¬ 
greens 2-1 and Cowlchan and 
Hobbitts played to a scoreless 
draw. 



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B.C. players lead 
Canadian victory 


DAIL\ COLONIST, t ictorU, B.C., Sund4>. SepU'mber Ji, iuvs ^ 7 


Soccer Vikings tie visiting Huskies a Castaways win cup 


MADRID (CP) — Canada 
fot (hrsa flnt kalf goali then 
hung on with a listless sectMKi 
half display for a M vtctory 
over Spain In the women's 
Worid Cnp of field hoi^y 
Sabwday. 

The srin pnt Canada late 
the final ronnd today when 
fifth place overall will be 
decided la a game with 
Japan. 

Sandy Tnfnall of Burnaby, 
scored twice for the Canadian 
squad In an opening half that 
featured shan shooting and 
crisp passes. 9ielly Winter of 
\'ictoria tallied the final goal 
from a penalty comer. 

“If nre can play against 
these Europeans as we did la 
the first half we would deflni- 
lely he winners In the end,” 
said national coach Marina 
van dor Herwe of Toronto. 

"We have benten Japan be¬ 
fore, back in July, but 
ihey're a dUfemat lineup 
here and we'll have to hns- 

ile." 

EuropaM cluha have da- 

ininated the lO-cea n try tonts 
nament with Belghim, Hof- 
land. West Ormany and 
Argentina contending the top 
four plachs with the (iennaas 
the favorites. 

Japan qualfled for a shot at 
fifth with a ae win over India 
Saturday. 

The Spaniards actually 
(nntrollad the early moments 
of their match with Canada 
until Winter broke up one of 
their Infiltrations Into the Ca¬ 
nadian zone. The kS-year-old 
halfback sprinted to midfield 
before sending the ball 
through to Tufnall who bad a 


Young tennis ace 
off to England • 

Nina Biaad of Victoria left 
for Eaglaad Saturday for the 
Pernod lateruatioaal Teaals 
I onmameat. 

Miss Bland. It, te pan el 
the (^nadlan team compet¬ 
ing la the tournament at Not- > 
tingham. Sept. 2t-3t. 


clear run at the Spanish 

goal. 

Tofnail's second goal came 
from a controversial slash at 
a waist-high boimce. 

"The SpaaU ghis thought 
the wtriiM was bntSie 
umpire siaailed a goal,’' the 
it-year-ooid roekto forward 
said. 

The Weal Gomtaaa meet 
Holland In today's final with 
Belrium and Argenttea play¬ 
ing for tbo bronze. West Ger¬ 
many downed Argentina 1 -t 
and Holland drubbed Bel¬ 
gium M In Saturday's semi¬ 
final play. 


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These are tying times for University of Victoria’s soc¬ 
cer VUdags. After battling Unfvorslt)' of B.C. Thunder- 
birds to a draw earlier Oris week. Vltogi and University 
of Saskatchewan HosUaa fought to a M standoff Satur¬ 
day at Tupaa Park. 

Even though they dominated moat of the action. Vikings 
could manage no more than John Leier's goal at the 30- 
mlnute mark- 


The goal stood at the half but Gordie Heath produced 
the equalizer at U minutes 

Now 1-1-2, UVIc travels to Saskatoon next Saturday for 
a return engagement with Huskies. 

Saskatchewan, which upset tJBC 3-0 in Vancouver on Fri¬ 
day, it tied with the Thunderbirds for second spot at l-l- 
1 . 


Castaways scored 101 all 
out Saturday at Beacon HIU 
Park to capture the Victoria 
and District Cricket Associa 
tion Knock-Out Cup. 

Dave Shaw and Oc 
Mayers teamed to provide 
most of Castaways' runs. 


scoring 02 and 00 respectlveli 
and counting a partnership of 

too. 

Brian Tetlow, With 31, and 
Mike Oichranr. with 26. led 
Oak Bay; which managed 130 
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Blakeney'i prediction that 
the current Saskatchewan 
election campaifin would he a 
dirty ooe may coma back to 
haunt him. 

So far, the roughest cam¬ 
paigning has come from Bla- 
keney's New Democratic 
Party as the M-year-old pre¬ 
mier seeks a third term of 
office In the Oct. I* vote. 

NDP advertising has 
warned the voters that a Pro¬ 
gressive Caaservatlve gov- 
rmmeal with Dick CoUver as 
premier would dismantle the 
province's health-care pro¬ 
gram and "tax the sick." The 
tune of the ads la to change 
next week and make more of 
ihe NOP's record on health 
rare and reaourcea. but the 
warning about the (^onaar- 
vatlvaa remain. 

TIm Torlea, tor their part, 
are ready to joii In the ex¬ 
change, but will use a softer 
voice, llw Conservative ad 
campain gels started this 
weekend and while attacking 
the NDP on healih care. It 
emphaslxes Conservative 
promises to tscreasa oM-agt 
penskm su(>p)ementt and (to 
centtsHie governmeoL R 
also declares Conservntlw 
support for health-can pro- 
grama. 

The. tJbtrals are staying 
out of the health-care fIgN. 
But they may also be suytig 
out the elKtion as boA of 
the other (inrtiet write them 
off. Althwigh the Liberals 
formed Ihe government with¬ 
in this decs^, the party does 
not now even rate a mention 
in advertising by the New 
Democrats or the Conserva¬ 
tives. Blakeney still hicliides 
Ihe Liberals when he talks 
about the "old-line parties,” 
but be says the real battle is 
with Collver sod the Conser¬ 
vatives. 

While Colivnr, usually 
quick to answer iny charge, 
instructs his workers to turn 
the other cheek when the 
campaign gets dirty, Bldken- 
ey has found himself defend¬ 
ing Ihe NDP advertising that 
some say will hurt the party 
more than help it. 

The Intellectuslly sharp 
Blakeney has found himself 
saying that what the late 
Ross Thatcher did as a Liber¬ 
al premier in 19M, Collver 
eoUM do as a Conservative 
premier In 1078. Blakeney did 
not sec the ads before they 
ran. 

The premier agrees condi¬ 
tions have chanfM and Sas¬ 
katchewan now is a wealthy 
province, but says the politi¬ 
cal philosophy that has oil- 
rich, Conservative Alberta 
charging medical-care insur¬ 
ance premiums won't change 
and the same thing mi^ 
happen in (hig province. 

No premiums are currently 
charged In Saskatchewan 
and Ihe deterrent fees of the 
Thatcher government are 
long gone. 


Girl raped, 

Saudis 

beheaded 

RIY ADH, Saudi Arabia 
(Reuter) — Three men were 
beheaded, after prayers, for 
raping a girl as she tended 
her sheep, the official Saudi 
news agency reported. 


It quoted an official state¬ 
ment as saying Saudi courts 
will pass similar sentences on 
anyone committing such acts 
or threatening the country's 
security. 

No other details were im¬ 
mediately available on Ihe 
executions at nearby Jawa- 
ml. 


Not only are the Uberals 
being largely Ignored by the 
NDP and the Conaervallves. 
but they are having trouble 
keeping their experienced 
talent. Two Ubaral MLAs 
hive Jumped to the federal 
arena and so are not running 
again provinclally. Three 
others are getting ont of ac¬ 
tive politics for personal rea¬ 
sons. There were II Ubarals 
In the legislature when it was 
dissolved. 

The Liberals are cam¬ 
paigning on the promisa they 
will hold three rafereodums 
on fundamental Isauet In 


lhair first year in office. The 
first will be on a propoeal to 
cut $98 million out of the pro¬ 
vincial btidget and reduce 
government services accord¬ 
ingly. Party leader Ted Ma¬ 
lone has not yit announced 
the sutUact of the other Two 
referendums. 

_ Malone Is expected to make 
another referendum topic, 
labor unrest as he campaigns 
on the need for stroog govern¬ 
ment action lo deal with in¬ 
dustrial strlfa. He has said be 
would, aa premier, consider 
such < solutions as right-to- 
work legislation, banning 


strikes in eaaentlal services, 
putting workers m boards of 
directors and strengthening 
the labor relations burd. 

Another factor In the elec¬ 
tion which none of the polltl- 
claoa la talklag about is the 
weather. Malone publicly 
warned Blakeney before the 
campaign started that ha 
should delay the election until 
harvesting Is doeer to being 
finished. But Oct. 1$ will be 
voting day and Ihe fanners in 
northern Saskatchewan still 


need a good 10 days of warm, 
dry weather to gel their crops 
In the bin. When farmers are 
worried about gathering 
grain, at many are, they are 
not out to political meetings 


or working for their favorite 
candidates. Of a dozen or so 
northern seats In the prov¬ 
ince where harvest Is de¬ 
layed, the NDP hold about 
10 . 


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AUDITOMUM 
INAURURAL CONCERTS 


lu&nia Van Baattiovan; 

Sympnony No. 0 (Choral) In d minor, op. 125 
4 Solo Volcaa and Orchaatra 

R. Vaughan WlHIama: 

Saranada to Mualc 

16 Solo Voloaa and Orchaatra 

mnmmr OF IOWA ctiows UD OKN^ 

Qaorg* Coram. Conductor 


HITCaAKTGAISeNa —OFEN BVUT DAVOTTIR 
waa — Now opM t o.in. to * p.m. . . M icm t( 
liKrtdIbI* briiMy .. Row FoutiUIn aiiloMtr wolor 
bollol RomanUc tnordorli lUuailnoUoa ovoalna 
tnitrtoinmoiil 

Tfeo fotmlouti StnkM Gordon. lUlaty lUHan. Mrnw 
Joponow. F.nglWi ilaao. oaockHin Uko Gordon pfuo 
the Beponlo Bowor. SImw Groonhouo* ond Dolphin 
Potatloln. 

•UrCliART GARDCrn RiaTAURANTS - Ttio Btil 
rhort DInina Room I* o.m. to 7 p.m. . (iraonhouM 
HnlouroM It o.m. lo 1 p.m Cotfoo Bor olwoyi opon 
No mertrotlono, ploow 

BlITCaART OAROFNS INTBETAINintm — Evorjf 
rvoirini — "Ttw Butchort Gardmora" provMo muolcal 
fun for odulu and chlldnm S:M to T:lt p.m.. foUowad by 
Walt Olonry CartooM. 

Twi; BiTcnAirr gardens seed oad gift shop - 

An assortment of ftfu and mtnwntoa. 

MAKE THE MOST OF YOUR VtSTT— Coott aarly. too 
the Gardens by day, enjoy a dollcloaa latal and a 
free show, then thrill to tha maanUIcnt ovonint 
illurainatlona. 

THE RITCHAET GARDENS — A parfoct way to anlar- 
tain yourself, yonr friends and vlatlart. 


FrWf I t U rtiy. lipiMlir Zl. SO. 1171,1 p.i. 

^OOMdt to 

Tht Unhmnltv of Vtaforio 
Tayfor fJluaic ScnoMraMp Fund 
Aduna: S4. S8. M. Saolor ClWana 4 Btudanta: t3 
Tickalt avtUaUa from Bos Oflloa. Univamty Canpa. 
to a m. to 2 p m., Monday to Friday, Irom Sapt 18/78 


GASLIGHT FOLLIES 
1978 


STRATHCONA HOTEL — British Columbia's laranal 
nightllfa contra, tit Douglts SI. M8-7IJ7. PRE- 
sI':nts 

THE OLD FtIROE CABARET — Far your dancing 
pletsure, t nights 4 week — Live music featuring “THE 
BROTHERS FORBES A FRIENDS " Reaersatlons unUI 
t.M p.m., 388-7117. 

THE ('I'CKOOR NEST LOUNGE — Full kitchen fad 
lilies serv ing oulalaadlM lunches and dinners Fealur- 
Ing a uniqaa It4l MG TG Roadslar salad and soup car. 
Dinner reservatloaa 188-7117. Dlacotheriue every nv> >* 
p m to I a.m. a ac apt Snnday. Enloy the funky antique 
aimosphrrr. 

THE STING LOUNGE — Buffet liatcheon and salad bar 
weekdays. ProhlbHIon Days atmoapkare featuring Vic¬ 
toria's busiest discothaque t nights a weak. Rated No. I. 
BMi BAD KMINR — Victoria's moat famous lounge — 
Crasy Hillbilly atmoapkara and Country and Wastam 
music. 

IVY'S — A brand new DIseolheque wtih a Palle Gerdau 
Atmosphere, laxrated in Ihe Old Forge (same entrance) 
N ltp m tota.m Mon.-Thum. and 7:18 p.m to I a.m. Fri. 
and Sal. (formerly the Birmingham Bicycle Club and 
Roller Rmnu). Complately redecoralad and refurnished 
1M'7I37. ' 


WAnNUrO titrarria brutalay sou raoa toms 
mioily and sat — e C Ovaclor 

NITELY 8:45 ond 9:00 


DIRECT FROM DAWSON CITTS 
PALACE GRAND 

EntdftaliMnant for Did whold family 

4 SHOWS ONLY 

NEBw SEPT, r mA TWtS., SEPT. 2G-I ml 
AND SAT, SEPT. 31 at 741 mA fcN 9*. 

Rdddf v d TIckdta aeaHatila at 
MePharaon Playhouaa and Hlllalda Mad— 

Uaa your Chargax 

M e Pharaon Playhouaa la opar a tad by lha MePItaroon 
Playhouaa Fcnntdallon — a non-prohl Soclaty dadicalad 
to lha Aria. FHx 


I SPLENDIDLY CHILLING! I 


ligc F.qitfrialoii)a)l Aip-Dckn Lid. 


THE RED LION INN — IMI Daaglas Streat. Ja4-ll88. 
Laadmark af baapMaHty fsatariag: 

THE RED LJON — TOWER LOl'NGE — Uva aniarUln. 
meni nightly Monday u> Saturday Dine and Danes lo BUI 
itaalherg. veraatile guitarist and vocalist. Join us Mon. to 
Fri.. (or our super luncheou smorgasburd, hot and coM 
dishes, from 11:18 lo 1:88. 

THE RED LION - UONTI DEN DINING ROOM - 
(Ipen Monday to Saturday, 1:88 lo ll:8t p.m. (dosed Sun¬ 
day). 

THE RED UON — WINE CELLAR — Now fully II 
censed, open Mon (o Sat. II noon 'tU midnight. Buffet 
lainrheon Dally It noon lo 1 p.m. A relaxing spot, 
overlooking tka pool, backgammon table. Cloeed Sun¬ 
day 

ENJOY THE RED LION'S OTREB FACILITIES — Cof 
fee Shop open Monday lo Saturday 'til le p.m. Sunday 'til I 
p.m.: and. for Hotel guests, a sauna and swiripool 

SALMON - CHAETEB GUIDE, BOAT RENTAL, family 
fishing, protseted Saanich Inlet. tU-IOlt. 


LANQHAM COURT THEATRE 

'preaenfg 


by BrMMWi ThotiHW P miC T W D BY AMMAN JARVIB 

A duUghtftg VIclorlAn larcn. Two undergraduatM conaplm wUh a frtnnd to 
Impnmonata a wealthy aunt from Braxll. Tha lun doublea whan Chnrlay’s real aunt 
aiTivta. 

TNURSa, SEPT. 21 through SAT., SEPT. 30 at 8:15 

Box offica at 806 Langham Court 
OPEN 3:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. Dally except Sundays 

PHONI FOR RISIRVATIONS 384*2142 

TIckaU 84.00 (Student 4 SntUor Cdlanne 41 Men. • Thura. Omyl 


Hi.' u'lHliiiiv Hit 

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FORTY UDEYES D t SCOT RE BL'E — CENTURY INN 
«k4lcome Id the Forty Thieve« Dltcotlieoue ~ offlcUI- 
ly rtted Vancouver laland'a No. 1 Dtaco. Victoria’s only 
total dance experience tn an uptown Cabaret Atmoaphtre. 
Tile only Disco with I different rooms and free aitendant 

r irkiim. H:3e p.m MG am. dally AND FOR A DIFFER- 
NT TASTP: experience, sizzle vour Ustebodt in our 
Oi^is Dining Lounge, open dally for Breakfast. Lunck and 
Dinner. It's all happening at the Century Inn GU Pandora 
Avenue at Government Street on Centennial Square. 


THE BUDDY 
HOLLY STORY 


STEREO- 

DUAiliT* 

”F»WWfV 

SOUNOI 


FOLLIES 

1978 


RINGS HOTEL — In the heed of Vletoria's "OLD 
TOWNS ". ITt YeteeSt.. 1884*11. Complelely redecoreted 
with ■ friendly relaxed aimoephere and gllmpaea of 
Victoria's colourful past. 

OFFERING — For your pleasure: 

RINGS KITCWN — Enjoy Iht reallit great maM salac- 
tknw — Homemade Soupa. Scrumptmua Baron of Beef. 
Tnnty Hiaiburgeti tnd otpecinlly "The Best Clam Chow¬ 
der In Ton*’ Excellent food it reasonable pricee. Mon. 
to Sat. Dally II a.m.-7 p.m. 

RINGS PVR — Relax and aaJoy. Uva antarialnmeni IM 

C m. aiM t4 pjn. dally, Meflew Organ aonnda for easy 
stening and sMg akmg. 7-8 p.m. dally,Tettuttag Bunk 
■nd Addy — NoaialgU with piano and trumpet. 

RING OF CLUBS DISCO — COME ON DOWN lo Ihia 
Disco "Hot Spot" — non Mon. to Sak 8 p.m.-l a.m. 
Dancing to (he Tops la Disco Sounds — No cover ehergi 
You'll enjoy yourseK! 


FRIDAY, OCT. 6th, 8:00 P.H 

WITH SPEOAL QUEST: 

ONE HORSE BLUE 

TICKETS: 66.80 AOvanen S7.S0 Day 

TicJteti at The Arana Box Offica at 
Hillside Mall 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. dally except Sunday 


LANGHAM COURT THEATRE - CHARLIE'S AUNT. 
Laugh with ua at Langham Court. TlMrs.. Sept. II Ihrauga 
Sat.. Sept. M at 8:11 p.m. Phone for reservitlons tat-lltt, 

r < l:ia lo 7:18 p.m. dally axcapt Sunday Preaentad by 
Victoria Thaatre Guild. 


Matinees Ort. 

Tickets: MePtwrson 

HUliide Mall TkkM^ 


Goodman, OuMoy donee. 
Woody Harman 
Innovator, oompoaaf, 
maaiar muaiolan 


THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12. 8 P.M 

Tlohala 6.00, 7.80, i.lO 
(61 .W off aliKlanfaand OAPal 
Uaa Chargax 

MePharaon Playhouaa and MMalda MaN 


THE CHOIRBOYS 


CKDA1220 


-^ancouwrSsUnd I M P 

Opera 

presents BARTERED BRIDE 

at the 

McPherson playhouse 

LAST PERFORMANCE 

TODAY at 2 p.m. 

Coduclor: 1 Varnon Director: A. Jenkins 

BOX OFFICE NOW OPEN_ 


STEPHANE 

orappeUi 


With 

the Dll DISllV TBIO 
Qrid Tha Waataida 
Feat Warmer* 


CANADIAN ODEON Theatres 


LIVE ^ 
; ON 


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COME I 
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lOaKBflY— 1 

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WARREN BEATTY | 


ISRAEL 'LOSING' 
ACCORD SPIRIT 


PRINCBTON, N.J. (Reoirr) — Lord Caradsa. farmer 
BritU aaibanador to Die UaHtd Naltoas, laya thal Urael 
haa baebad dswa from tha igirit it tha Caai, David 
aecordi. 

Caradaa laM In a i ptecb at Prl a cel o a UMvtriKy that 
Itraal’i ratraat from an endonemaat of PaleatiBlaa telf-de- 
termlaatlaa and withdrawal from oc t aplad torrUaiiaa wat a 
"dtndf R l tadwek.*' 

"Wa'va come dowii fibm the pianacle af awpiMirta," be 


DAILY COLONIST. VIcloria. B.C., Sunday, September M, ItTS 24 
•aid. "Row do w* aaeapa from ta altltuda of domhia- 
tloa whan Iiraall tiaaga Riay iwmtia tai Arab territory for 
II to II yaart?" 

Caradoa, 71, b Iht aalbor af the UN'i resoluttoa 141 


‘Hw lecurlty of brael is of paramount Importance. 
‘ ill ai 


wboaa iatarpratatloa hat tanaod tha crux of MIddIt 
Eaat Bogotlilloni ataca lltT. 

Ho tpaciflcally recommaadad a twro-yaar UN tnialee- 
ship tor I pruapacUva Paiaatlalan itala on tho Woat Bank, 
ana a boundary commlaiioa to monllor Iht ragloa. 


pan 

Freedom for the Palestinians within their smal) area lx 
equally vttal. You can't have one withnut the other," he 
said. 


Caradon warned that the most ominous result af a re¬ 
treat from the Camp DavM agreement would be increased 
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NEW YORK (UPI)—A U5. ippeaU court hu ruM 
tint tk* volet Montlfkttlon teot hu rctchod • levtl of 
rclituilty iufflcltBt to worront lU UM n Irtol tvi- 
dtuet. 

Tht rulluf WM hi reply It the Rnt etiallMmi tfiiiul the 
idmlnlta if tpoctngrtphlc voict Mootiflntlop trUtace 
in tht dWilct count ot tht Stcoof ClKiiil« eoinpriting 
Nttr Ytrk. CouMctlcut and VermoaL 


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SAlUm ACTION AT ITS 
OREATEST! 

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THE DUTCH UTCH 

RMtaurant and OHI Shop 

Oa Matatal Ortvo ATa-IOM 

Se9 Omr Xmtr Fmtt 

Di:V^ER or Ll^CIEO^i 


All our Regular Dinner 
Of Luncheon Entrees 
Froth $5.75 to $9.50 
NOW Mtri ling 
SOUP or SALAO and COFFEE 


opw T Mrs A want 

W0 scnsst yOM SlStl* 
te s smjioin by oaiUng 
47«t1M0 


¥ VMHIsm E JthR 

Two for tea at Government House 

Andrew Auchterlonie. Itft. and Peter Goveminent HouM garden Bell-Irving 
Beardy, of SUi (B.C.) FMd Battery presented cadets wtth Duke of Edln- 
cadet corps enjoy spot of taa with Lieu- hurgh gold awards, given to youngsters 
tenant-Govemor Henry Bell-IrvIng in for outstanding personal achievement 

Author is the star 
of Charley's Aunt 


'DISCOVER THE WONDERPUl 
WORLD OF YOU" 


Presents 

ADULT. SELF- 
IMPROVEMENT CLASSES 

St\en tv^hour elates commencing Thundai. Septtm 
her 28. 7nO-8 JO p m Complete Courve $20 OU 

Limited eniolmeni so legiuer earlv io esoid disappoint 
ment 

aegistrations by phone or in person in the Advertising 
Department. 2nd floor Woodwards. 9 JO a m to 4 JO 
p.m. 


By JIM GIBSON 

cmeiit ravsew 

Juat how good a comedy 
that wonderfiil oid chestnut 
Charley’s Aunt raally is, can 
be seen these nights tn the 
Langham Court production of 
the Brandon Thomas play. 

That the audience laughs at 
all—as it does uproariously 
OB several occastona—is 
thanks only to ThoMS. tided 
somearhat by Bill Bowie In 
the dtle role. 

Ulfortunately. director 
Adrian Jarvis has turned the 
Vlctorta Theatre GulM't 
opening production Into a 
clumsy affair when what la 
rtqnlred Is style, style, 
style. 

Charley's Aunt concerns It¬ 
self with two rather llsUess 
lada bent on enticing the 
young ladles of thoir hearts 
into their college rooms on 
the pretence of meeting one 
of tboir (Charley's) aunts 

That the two fed il'i abso¬ 
lutely necessary that they 
have a chaperone undoubted¬ 
ly adds an extra touch of 
comody (or modem audi- 


CITY OF VICTORIA 
PRIVATE RESIDENCES 

FrM HouMhold R«fus« Pickup 

(In oofijMietlon with Pliw yrw w ntlon WmIi) 

WHERE and WHEN 



cnees nut unaccuatamed to 
women agpeulvdy taduc- 
Ing men. The auil doeaa't 
ai^vo, and ana of their 
chums Is coerced Into bnltai 
Ing her. and the comedy cen- 
Unuee with an exploaion of 
lauidts. 

Various other older gentle¬ 
men, plus the real aunt, ar¬ 
rive with the not-unexpected 
resulu. It la all neatly 
wrapped up wtth an ending 
which could have been lifted 
from 0 Shakesperean com¬ 
edy. - 

Just how Inadequate the 
handling of the comedy la can 
be saan, (or example, in the 
running gag bivolvtng the im- 
poslar aunt and the young 
men't ladles. Babs as the 
sent almost lechereusly finds 
lha two intendeds rilher 
(etching while they find her 
(him) equally charming. 
•Nituially, the other two 
chaps respond with kicks and 
punches whenever Baht 
oversteps hh aunty role. 

P&r Uieir reaction to be 
amusing, those kicks and 
puneboa had better be well 
timed and not so comber- 
some that H't ImjMMalble to 
believe the rest on stage can't 
see the poor oM Indy being 
pummeUKl. But in lUe pro- 
dnetiou. K's t wander that 
somebody didn't call a bobby 
end arrest the two for aa- 
saultlng the old dear. 

The Tisi of mlaaod comic 
momonts In Uiia peeducUon Is 
a long one. 

In most cues, the lO-inem- 


Palestinians 
granted 
hanging stay 

NICOSIA (Reuter) - A 
stay of execution hat been 
granted by the Supreme 
Court of Cyprus for two Pe- 
lesttnlaM due to be hanged at 
the end e( September for the 
mnrderof Yousef el-Sebal. an 
Emtlmi aawaaaper adUor 
and clou (rlemi of Pruldeut 
Anwnr Sadat. 

The court accepted a rt- 

? iuul by the attonwy-gtnarti 
or the axeention to M put off 
until Nov. tl. It wu the 
(ourth stay of exocuthm for 
the taro PaletdWani. 

The two men, Samir Mo¬ 
hammed Kadar from Jordaa 
and Zaytt Ahmed All from 
Kuwait, bed been tcbedulad 
to hang Sept. M. 


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Only Bowie has a good 
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It Is a good performance thit 
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Jack Droy gives a smooth 
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Rebecca Reeves and Marilyn 
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The attractive seta and cet- 
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Jarvis and AUlson Bolton re- 
spoctlvely. 

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VANCOUVER (CP) - IR- 
d»penden( louen will (et i 
chance at any surplus Umber 
areas that are reclaimed 
from others who dont make 
full use of them, Porests Min¬ 
ister Tom Waterland told a 
seminar Friday on the prov¬ 
ince’s new Forest Act. 

Other Umber also will be 
made available to Utem 
ihroufh the crown's plans for 
intensive forest management 
programs, he added! 

Waterland's statements 
came In response to questions 
from Dave O'Connor, presi¬ 
dent of the Truck Lo^rs 
AssociaUon which sponsored 
the meeUng. 

"What exactly la this gov¬ 
ernment's forest policy?" 
O'Connor asked during the 
morning session, "la It to for 
ever protect the eight mulUs- 
atlonals or to o^ up sms 
pluses to independent 
Canadians?" 

Since the new Forest Act 
was Introduced In May, truck 
loggers and others have com¬ 
plained that it shuts them off 
from an adequate timber 
base while the large tatagrat- 
ed companies have access ts 
M per cent of crown land. 

O'Connor and Ian Mahsod, 
snoUier association member, 
Nsid that Ihe B.C. govern¬ 
ment's recent approval of 
two sales of forest operations 
Indicates no change to Its fa¬ 
vorable treatment of the mul- 


Unattanals, noting Weyer¬ 
haeuser Canada Ud-'a 
purchase of three sawmills la 
tha Okanagan, which a grsnp 
of local Independents at- 
temptad to tdoefc, and the 
swardlag to a Japanese. 
backed ftnci a large timber 
base ahmg the mld-^st. 

"The objective of this gov- 
ernment Is to encourage and 
open up surpluses to aatre- 
preneurs," Waterland said 
after giving his luncheon 
speech. "But we also need the 
large International com¬ 
panies and I have nothing 
against them as long as they 
are responsible. 

"Our definition of utlliia- 
ilon Is to harvest timber and 
if It can't be used, to deliver it 
to the logging market" 

Hr said that the Japanese 
bid for the mid-coast timber 
rights was chosen trem vari¬ 
ous others, mostly from mul¬ 
tinationals, becanss R was 
the highest. 

In the new act, In depen d ent 
contraclorf have been given 
the right ts harvest half the 
annual cut allosrad an crown 
land Uceneed to logging com¬ 
panies. 

R. B. Fither, chairman of 
the Council of Forest Com¬ 
panies of B.C.. said he has 
mixed fecllnn about this 
clause, even though his com¬ 
pany uses contractors exclu¬ 
sively 

O'Connor replied that the 


Independents nssded the as- 


very unco op e rative and mer 
cenary.” 

He estimated that bec a nee 
the contractor clause appilas 
only to crown land, contrac¬ 
tors nrlll be r ri psn s M e (or 
harvesting only X per com sf 
all timber cut la the prov¬ 
ince. '• 


Bikers 

protest 


Tlwusands of French mo¬ 
torcyclists demonstrated 
an CbaaifM Elysees in 
Paris Friday night 
against official safety 
criticism of large-engined 
tokes. After protest, 100 
homewartMiound riders 
piled up on highway and 
30 were injured, five 
serionsly. 


Number use 
appals 
rights chief 


OTTAWA {UPl)-The head 
of the Canadian Human 
HIghts Commission sold Sat¬ 
urday he was appilled by 
government departments' 
iinauthorixed use of social la- 
surance numbers. 

Gordon Fsirweather, Ct- 
nadltn Human Rights Com¬ 
missioner, Slid in a radio in- 
lerview that information 
gathered for a specific pur 
pose might not be used (or 
any other purpose 
He said he had no objec- 
tions to SIN files being used 
for income tax and employ¬ 
ment purposes, or what he 
called "derivative uaes.” 

"I am appalled, and the 
Canadian Human Rights 
Commissioa Is appalled. If 
other departments of govern¬ 
ment can hook into a com¬ 
puter which la programmed 
Just on the social Insurance 
number," be said. 

"This, by the way, has 
come up in (Quebec, where all 
sorts of departments of the 
(Juebec government—the key 
to a tile Is the social insur¬ 
ance number. 

"We strongly condemn It. 
but we have to do more than 
that. We have to ask Parllt.* 
ment to deal with It," Fslr- 
wetther said. 

Earlier, he said tha moat 
sigaificant achievements of 
the commission since its es- 
labllshmenl this year had 


been in areas dealing with 
employment. 

He aaid the commission 
hid made advances In areas 
dealing with employment of 
the handicapped. 

"DItabled people have 
righti and make excellenl 
employeea la almost every 
case. 1 don't suppose any of 
us would put a person with 
controlled epilepsy In the 
pilot's seat of an tirpitne— 
that would be madness. But 
the (Human Rights) Act, (or 
the first time in federal em¬ 
ployment, remembers those 
with handicaps. 

"I guess that's the major 
step—trying to change em¬ 
ployers’ attitudes about peo¬ 
ple with physical handicaps." 
Fairweather said. 

He said the commission's 
main thrust so far had been 
in employment. 

“In the sense of rscoml?. 
tng that even with a mlTlIon 
unemployed, there have been 
people of color, of physical 
handicap who’ve hid dlsiblli- 
Ues. who haven't been able to 
get work over a longer period 
than the current unemploy¬ 
ment." 


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Personal Shopping only please. 

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999 

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works out to 69M( ] 

FROZEN FLETCHERS 

Bacon Ends 

279 

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works out to approx. Sbt per lb. 

B.C. CROWN GRADE CANADA No. 1 1 

Potatoes 

Norgolds, Whites 1 

and Reds 

5t-lb. box . I 

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1 WOODWARD'S 1 

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[ per case . 1 | 

[ works out to 1.70 per bag or 35M< per lb. I 

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1 Breakfast Sausage 

499 

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A A ■_ - _ -- 1 

t FO^R STAR 1 

Mushrooms 

I Stems and Pieces. ^ C A 1 

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I Beef, Pork or Chicken. M CO 

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Brown or White ' 

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works out to $1.00 per lb. 

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1^99 

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C49 

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A49 

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1 per case .. 1 1 

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Reporter's 

Notebook 


Court date 
a puzzler 


KvcryoiH kaows the court 
lysttin it txtmnoljr clogged 
and buay, but crown counael 
Ekhud Law was lakeii 
\llghtly aback when Judge 
HaroM AMer noted Ms court 
diary bad somethlBg for next 
Feb. 1* 

"That's a Sunday in my 
calendar,” said the some- 
what puxiled Law. 

Lawyer Douglas Christie, 
who was trying to get one of 
his cases Into court offered 
his opinloa on the oddity. 

"Maybe It's a prosecution 
under the Lord^ Day Act" 
Christie suggested. 

• 

Another note from ex-Vlc- 
loria reporter Nana Crib- 
hens, this time from the set of 
Coranatloa Street at the TTV 
studioa in Manchester. Pre¬ 
sumably Norm is doing tome 
work for the producUoo al- 
ihough he doesn't say. Just 
notes that "despite my ad¬ 
vanced age I've joined the 
cast of The Student Prince for 
a week's run at St. George's 
Theatre. Kendall, in Novem¬ 
ber.” As a former member of 
the Metropolitan United 
church choir Norm should be 
in good voice—as long at he 
doesn’t try one of the student 
solos. 

• 

Larger than life Andy Ste¬ 
phen shaking down in Ms “re¬ 
assigned” i^e at CHEK-TV 
was more ebullient tMs week 
than he had been in some 
lime. He'd picked up a jack of 
diamonds, Uie five of hearts, 
spades and clubs and turned 
up the five of diamonds on the 
deck la a friendly hand of 
I ribbage. Well, it was friend 
ly until he drew hU » 

• 

suff at Victoria General 
lluspital's emergency room 
may get a gentle Imsoo In 
bill-collecting, the hospital 
board decided at a recent 
meeting. 

The hospital writes off 
about |2,00( a month in un- 
(ollect^ $2 emergency room 
fees. Part of the problem, 
finance committee chairman 
( lur Berweed said, is that 
the wrong approach may be 
used by emergency room 
staff. 

In some instances, staff 
are asking the patient "would 
you like u> be bIHed for the 
C*” and many patients, 
quite happy to be positive 
about delaying payment, 
reply in the affirmative. The 
hospital then goes through 
the process of Ulling the pa¬ 
tient wMch may cost more 
than the 12 collected, often 
with poor results as far as 
collecting the Mil is con¬ 
cerned. 

Perhaps staff should say 
"that will be t2 please,” or 
some other phrase that 
leaves less room for patients 
to elude the f2 fee. Horwood 
suggested. 

• 

From Simon Fraser Uni¬ 
versity United Way director 
Dennla Keberta, a definition 
of the United Way: “putting 
all our begs in one askit.” 

• 

The placarding of the lobby 
of the Empress Hotel by Vic¬ 


toria's firs chief Etk Slm- 
mens has hotel manager Ted 
Ba l der a e n smouldering, if 
you’ll pardon the puk 
If you'll recall, the tire 
chief ordered signs to be 
posted in the lobby of the 
world-famous Empreu last 
weekend for fire safety defi¬ 
ciencies. 

There It a funny side to the 
matter, however. 

It seems Balderson and 
.Simmons sit side by side at 
the board of directors' meet¬ 
ings of the Royal JuMlee Hos- 
pAal. 

Do you suppose the next 
time they see each ether, it 
wrill begin with; how's 
tricks?" 

• 

The Empreu has certainly 
had its share of tmpble with 
the fire manhaL what with 
having been noable to meet 
stringM tbe safety stan¬ 
dards, but It It with a 
touch of class^ 

In the midst of all the ad¬ 
versity, while notices are 
posted In the Empress lobby 
informing anyone who cares 
to read them that the hotel 
doesn't meet Uie standards 
set by the authorities, CP 
Hotels It peddling smoke tod 
fire alarm systems to its em¬ 
ployees. 

"Special offer to Canadian 
Pacthc Hotel employees.” 
says a leaflet distributed to 
employees. For a mere IIR.M 
apiece, employees can buy a 
smoke and fire alarm detec¬ 
tor. 

"Your life deserves the 
best.” the leaflet says. How 
true. 

• 

Pompous verbosHy is alive 
and well In the cosy environs 
of the faceleu federal gov¬ 
ernment bureacracy in Ot¬ 
tawa. 

An example of the profes¬ 
sional bureacrat's propensity 
to employ multi-syllable, 
pseudo intellectual jargon to 
convey rather simple ideas 
and information came into 
■he newsroom the other day 
from the public affairs de¬ 
partment. 

The blurb concerns an em¬ 
ployee communication pro¬ 
gram undertaken in the (^n- 
ada Post Office—and heaven 
knows that department is 
badly in need of internal staff 
communication—however 
some of the language used to 
explain the program is a Wt 
thick. 

For example, the flow of 
Information within Canada 
Post Is described thus: 'This 
system of direct verbal dis¬ 
semination of information 
from senior management 
through to all employees is an 
ongoing proceu. It is a cas¬ 
cade of face-to-face Informa¬ 
tion beginning sdth the Depu¬ 
ty Postmaster General. 
There is no alteration of the 
original message and it is 


UNWANTED HAIR 
REMOVED 
386-7122 

Victirli BtclTsinlt thrill 


B.C. hospitality 
hatched up front 

Then b riure !• tU* pbee *f groteavterit 
Ihu meets (be eyes. 

Newsremm geesaes as le whal the eyegnMer 
b base raageri Item her balf-bafcbed eggs 
saaaysMe ap, (broagb a pester ter a bemr 
uMvie, te aa Aaiy Weriel paieUeg. 

AcfaaOy, it b Ibwiisai B.C. 's way et appealbtg 
ter MtteeUea te Its Bespltellty Certificate 
Cearse. 

AeeenUag le a blurb aliaebed b (be ettendlag 

flclegrapklBeimgratb-mlmaUgelplaslIke 

tke eae ebsenreri b (be eeatre—ere "the people 
ea the front Ihe la serving vMlers te B-C.” 

There are still seme vacancies far fbb week's 
cenrses, wbicb ma a fall day and cover sack 
things as bow le Improve cemmnelcatlens. 
get more tips, and evalaate yenrseif. latorms- 
tien b available at J 87 -inL 
And we fboiigbt all yon bad (a do was smile. 



Wfit (Eolonisi. 

Sunday, September 24, 1978 


Section Three 

Page 33 





Tioice Around* 
fashions 

WE WANT NOW 




Repaired or Made 
To Order 
THE VICTORIA 
LAMPSHADE 
MMlwiiriiML W-f»44 

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Fall and Winter Fashions . . suits, dresses, 
evening wear, sportswear and furs .... to bo 
sold on consignment 

1029 COOK ST. (AT FORT) 

10:30-5 P.M. 303-3123 

CLOSED MONDA YS *14 


expected to produce re- 
spooi>es from emplaysea who 
may wish evwn more infor¬ 
mation.” 

The brief also says "The 
objectives of the program arc 
te Initiale a two-way ex¬ 
change of informatioa be¬ 
tween all levels of postal op 
orations for Ihe purpose of 
providing facts that will en¬ 
able all employees to make a 
reasonable and informed de¬ 
cision." 

Which Is probaWy a round¬ 
about eray of saying the gov¬ 
ernment hopes to persuade 
Ihe posties over to iiunage- 
meni's way of thinking an 
contract issues without caus¬ 
ing a strike. ^ 

Margaret Warrea of SS7 
Carolwood has attained the 
ranking of life master, the 
highest ranking awarded by 
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With DOROTHY FRASER 

•ppMtaalty ... * 

If you iovo Um look of Colvla cJoUm* but 

kavo MTor bon aUo la affoi4 bU lew heyod. bl^hpricod Utbiga 
... now's your opportunltv to acquire some at what amounu to a 
mere oon« ... So get ready to start slngifif. all you smart womaa 
who long to own soma of thaso elegant, easy-to-woar styles .. . 
bocauaa aurting on Monday, 8ap( 2S . . . Eaton’s Slgnatgrt Shop 
it clearing out its entire remaining stock of the Calvin Klein aprlng 
and aammer line at leu than half price! ... There'! a cotton 
damask group of tope and skirts ... A aottnn T-shirt group ... 
Natural vlk knits, and pure silk Mouses and skirts . . plus a 
rotqtla of pure silk dresses ... all of these in the natural, neutral 
colort whKb characteriae Kloln's elegant clothea . .. As wa said, 
everything will ba offered at below half price .. . Some of the tope 
wlU even nave their price tau slashed down to 110!.. . And juet to 
give you a “for instance'’ oY other prli'es ... we saw a gorgeous 
silk blouaa besprinkled with misty floweriets ... was piic^ at 
t2M . . but come next Monday It will go for $7S! . .. Sizes range 
from 1 to IS In all these tblnn. W naturally they’re broken . . . so 
if you want to got in on the bonanza, we suggest you be at Eaton’s 
lint thing on Monday ... This la an honest-lo-goodness. once-lma- 
lifetime opportunity to obtain something from the prestigious 
duigner whom Newsweek classifies as “Om of the areat forces In 
American fashion today ' ... at prices vou wouldn't believe! ... 
Ealou's StgMture Shop, Mg^Ul, lac. 242. 


Skirti had blooaca are loag o« fa&hlea ... 

Evmi women who’ve never been very keen on the skirt-and- 
blouse combination are changliig Ibeir wa^' of thinking this year! 

. The big selection of separate skirts now on hand at 
Wilson’s ... and the way people are snapping them up ... made 
thU very dear! . . . Whm we visited Wiltofr* Ital Monday, we 
were shown some new arrivals from Prance . . . 100% woo), fully 
lined skirts by Gerard Pasquier of Paris ... in styles and color 
combinations we thought were exceptional! . .. One very slim¬ 
ming skirt in big. umtsual pleid In greys and brown tones, is cut on 
the bias and softly pleated at the top... Priced at $1U... Another 
w ith unpressed pleats In hont and one in the back. Is a combination 
of plaia and stripes in blurry rust, grey and green ... $7S ... A 
third style has pleats all around. stitchM over the hipe for a nice 
sleek look... Green/camel/black and camel ^black/Migundy . .. 
$100 ... Ail of Vhese have tide pockets, tnd while colors differ, 
they’re In batic. earthy tones. In sizes 8 to 10 . .. they’re 
beautifully fitting and exemplify the new toft look in skirts . . 
Some dainty blouses which complement them perfectly are made 
in the U K. and have the Anna Roose label. .. They’re gostamor 
fine, pure wool . . handwathable ... with tiny tucks down the 
front and down the sleeves . . . small silver bultooH. . Off-white, 
brown and Mack, tagged at |fM> . . . W A J WUsm Limited, 181 
Geverumeut SI.. 3g$-7l77 and 1210 Newport Ave.. S«2-28l. 


BarMzofl Uagerle mu it Imptcts •. • 

We’ve wen Barbizon fans since sway back when 
so when we learned this week that Impacts V Imports is now 
carrying nighties and robes from this popular U.S. manufacturer 
it was by way of being a red letter day! ... Iliere's a delightful 
nightie and robe set in something called “Poatberia flannel" ... a 

f iUyester/cotton challis. sprinkled with blue flowers, soft as a 
itten’s ear.. . Nightie has long sleeves, wide lace at wriA and on 
yoke . .. Robe In the same material Is quilted and lace trimmed 
. .. Plain robes inquilted, woven nylon. . . pink, blue or cream ... 
have a beautiful cut. . . Not bulky or bunchy, they give a long, slim 
lino, even while being loose and comfortable ... A tort of rounded 
mandarin collar is touched with embroidey, and the gown zips 
right up the front. .. This is the kind of robe you’ll adore . . . It’s 
snag-proof and machine washable ... Same style In a short, pink 
robe with cofton/polyester nightie to match ... Quilted bed 
Jackets In pink, blue and peach... A mint-green, long nightie with 
embroidered yoke and lace la In the cozy Featheria fabric . . . 
These things have Just come in. and will be the only order between 
now until after Ctuisunas. to if you’re interested, we suggest you 
get in to see them fast!. . . Other much-wanted things we noticed 
. navy taff-knit dips in a whole range of sizes ... A gorgeous 
peach satin and lace slip by Olga . . with matching French 
panties . #. Ail ttiede things come in on a quota sy.stem. so waste no 
lime if vou want something special! . . Impacts *■* Imperla, U 
< ealemilal Square, 38B-788. 


> going to resist 
as . . .out there’s 


Start thinking lifting ... 

After all. it’s only September, so we re 

the temptation to bring up the subject of Chrtsima! -- 

a thougni we'd like to plant in yinir mind right now because Bath A 
Klicben's Great Fail Sale started a couple of days ago and 
continues until Oct. 7 . . . during which ab^uleiy everything In 
the store will be sold at 20% off the regular price . . . Ttiethoumt s 
this: Even if you've got every blessed thing you think you need for 
vour bath and kitchen . . <and we don’t ncwiestly believe anyone 
really ha.s!). . . there are numerous occasions throughout the year 
w hen ^fls need to be bought for weddings, showers, anniver¬ 
saries. birthdays and . . . yes. we’ll say it, Cnristmas ... so why 
not ^ all vour gift shopping nqw at B A K? . . . Not only have they 
a fantastic solution of things to choose from ... in a tranquil, 
unhurried milieu, hut you II do all your gift shopping at substantial 
savings!. . . The sale covers every item in the store ... all regular 
stock, no seconds... and includes newly arrived sloek too... like 
the beaullful. now selection of bathrobes . . . Caulfelid for men, 
and Bard's lor women . . . and the complete line of Lullabies 
slippers for both sexes! There’s a vast selection of Martex, CaiiDon 
and Fieldcrest towels . .. Every type of bathroom and kitchen 
accessory you can possibly think of .. . And of course, B A K Is 
famous for their stMwer curtains . . with the largest selection 
West of Toronto . These make tremendous gifts! .. . Bath A 
Kilch^ James Bay Square, .Simcee and Mcnxlas bi., 3IS-2tt$. 


Exclosive pantxiilts al the Bay ... 

We know we've been taking up skirts for ail we’re 
worth . . but don't think for a moment ikal pantaulta have had it! 

... Just newly arrived in the Bay’s Mirror Room aroMme terrific 
pantsuits made especially for them . .. 100% wool, they conaist of 
pants, mock turtleneck ribbed pullover, and either sideveless vest 
or full jacket ^ real su^ ... Price of all of Ihess is IlM, but 
styles of jacketa vary .. . One vest Jacket button-s down the 
front and has elasticlzM waist .. Another Is punched suede with 
ieathor trim ... There's a full Jacket with wool back and suede 
panels in front... front zip . Another suede Jacket is made like 
a cardigan with wool ribbing at the bottom ... Still another la 
suede with leather trim and n lot of very nice detailing ... Most of 
the jackets and vests luve rippered fronts, and colorslnclude light 
beige, mochs, camel, brown. Mack, maroon and Mue . . Hiey^re 
extremely smait, and we think the price is very good ... There'i 
another group of pantsuits with suede Mazers, priced al I27S .. 
Camel, beige end chocolale brown in these . . . we do recommend 
you pay an eariy visit to the Bay and have a look at these new 
things ... because regardless of what else you have in your 
wsrdrobe. you'll want at least one smart pantsuit! .. . Look over 
the new skirts by Brendells too ... Just arrived from Ireland, 
they're pure wool tweeds, checks and plaids . .. One style Is full, 
another straight with inverted pleat back and frimt. and s third Is 
A lint... $79 at... TW Bay fnmr Rmhi. »nit. Lee. 281 


Yoa'll never meet yotinelf In clnthes!... 

We wish we had a dollar for every request we pt for 
the name of a really good dressmaker! ... More women than we 
realize have figure pi^ems . . Too fat or too thin . . . Too tall or 
too short . . . And for them the answer is to have their clothes 
custom-made ... If you fail Into this category ... if you'd like to 
have soma of UaLyear's dothei brought up u> data... If you bava 
your own ideas ab^t what you want to wesr.'but can't fino it In * 
•tores .. . For any or all of these reaeons we commend yen to L. . 
of Victoria ... a dressmaker and deslgntr who dots absokiialy 
beaullful work .. . Make an appointment with bar and discuss ynur 
wardrobe needs ... If you want clothes for tba boUdays or for 
travelling you should be thinking about them now baeauea styles 
have chang^ to much this year, and you won’t bo aUt to uso too 
many of the old unless you have them altered . . . Use will do this 
for you. as well as making you new things ... Perhaps you've 
bou^t some beautiful fabrics during your travels and still na' 
lying around . . . It should be used b^auae, like most things In this 
world, it can deteriorate with time... So take It In to Use and hava 
her make It into one of the new short rocktall dresses or whatever 
. . . Or if you’ve a nice separate Jacket, have her make you a skirt 
to Mend in ... We know you’ll bs ^Ui^ted with anytMiig Use does 
for you!... In her shop she sells blouses, scarves, evonliig bag: 
belts, costume Jewellery . everything you need to accetsonr 
your new custom-made clothes .. . Make an eariy appointmeni 
w ith . .llM ik Vkleria A Vienna Dirndl Shop, I2M G^ent 
At.. 38A-f78. 


with!. 


Three major changes at Standard Fnmltnrt. 

Some exciting ‘happenings" have been taking place at 
Standard Famiture In (he past couple of weeka ... and while wo 
knew about one of them, the other two sort of enuck up on us! 
Happening No. 1 is that you can buy a piano or organ at Standard! 
... They now have (ho liiiDous line of Baldwta pianos and organs, 
•Itualeo at the back oa the main floor ... aad among tho 
conventional pianos and organs, there’s an exciting nttie ''Fun 
Machine" ... a miniature organ you can do practically anyttalM 
All the featurta of a Mg organ ... (We know aomebody 
Inking of buying one for hit boat!)... Do go in and have a 
Ilf ... Sooondly, Jordan’a Biigi are moving Into tba Mb 
and Sundaru are really proud of thia bocauae they feel 
Jordan's offer such excellent service and quality of carpeting 
well as of area rugs . Laitly, on (he main 
Import Shop. Singer Sewing Machinea have 
service department... So you can now buy your .. 

Standard ... or tie various machine acceaaoriaa and 
need to koap it up to acratent.. With this wider range af aanrlMd, 
Standard is now glnnf paopla more ranaone than aver ta ihap fa 
their Mg. exciting atowT... One more ... ■•«’• (ha ttnm 
fH your home fixed up for witter ... and Bundard'a own Deal 
Service ia ready and anxloua to help you!... If you'd Hka one 
their designers to call at ynur home, phone Design Sarvlcea at. 
ainndnrd raraBwa Oa., W Yalaa tL. 104111. 


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Mtf new nuchlBa at, 


Folk hero to showcase hit form 


ly KING LEE 


Look who's Iwck moking 
reconb and personal appear- 
ancea. 


His nama Is Ario Guthrie 
tod he's hecome a folk kero 
ever since his smash Alice's 
RestauraiH. which came out 
ia June, 1N7. and was the 
first Uma Guthrie iwally 


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This tnmiv elegant coat ha<> a definite place in the 
wardrobe of the faslidiouN dresser* Availal)le m black or 
camel, its pleated back and button detail give it the 
traditiona) touch so favored bv those who look tor clavMC 
features And, it t leads in give years of wear to its 
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Many other distrnc trve coats for fill 
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ImpfeH Holw (721 (jOvemmefH S1.| im-iei. 

Clly PwUnt FKMMn TUeli VilMMed Hw. 


showcased his song-writlag 
taleiUs. 

Guthrie has been signed by 
Vancouver's Islo of Mai Pro¬ 
ductions for 1 concert Thurs¬ 
day. Oct M. al the Queen 
Elizabeth Theatre. 

And there it no doubt 
Guthrie will at least mention, 
if not sing some of the songs 
from, his new album. One 
Might, released Sept. I. 

Backed by Ihe group Shen¬ 
andoah. which consists of 
David Grover (guitar, banjo, 
vocals). Carol Ide (guitar, 
percussion, vocals), Steve 
Ide (trombone, guitar, 
vocals), Dan Velika (bass, 
vocals), and Terry A La 
Berry (drums, vocals), 
Guthiie dishes up more of his 
original material ai well as 
some traditional folk and a 
little Beatles, Elvis, and Pals 
Domino. 

But mora importantly, 
Guthrie has returned to the 
form which he introduced 
and perfected in Alice's Res- 
(auraoL the talking blues. It 
makes the return in the open¬ 
ing cut of the (wo-cut second 
siw. The .Story of Reuben 
Cltmzo and His Strange 
Daughter In (be Key of A. 

Now if (hat Isn't the stran¬ 
gest title for a song. I hate to 
venture a guess as to what 
is. 

Bom in Coney Island. N. Y.. 
11 years ago, Guthrie became 
a big hit at the 1967 Newport 
Polk Pestival. 

His last big hit was the 
single City of New Orleans. 
which came out of Ihe Hobo's 
Lullabye album. 


The sold-out sign has been 
hung out since the beginning 
of last week for the two Roger 
Whittaker concerts at the 
Royal on Nov. 19 and 20. 


Memorial Areaa staff han¬ 
dling the maH-order requests 
say they've never seen any¬ 
thing like It and both shows 
are absolutely assured at full 
houses. 

And to make matters far 
worse thaa worse, Joha Bata 
has even neglected to save a 
couple for a ColoWsI review- 
erl 

If there is anyone out there 
with two Ucketi for the Sun¬ 
day (Nov. 19) show who can't 
ase them now, the number at 
(he Cohmlst is 38S-411I and be 
sure to ask for me. 


After three months of tour¬ 
ing the II.S.. teenage heart- 
throb Andy Gibb came down 
with a severe case of laryngi¬ 
tis and had to cancel threw 
concert dates. 


While we're on the subject 
of one of the Bee Gens, the 
AustraUaa group has d^yad 
releaae of their latest aibwn 
untfl next year. 


Por 19 C.C. fans, their fa¬ 
vorite group is making a stop 
la Vancouver on Oct. 23 and 
24 at the Queen Elizabeth 
Theatre. That group's new 
album, Bktddy Tourists, 
should be out iu the next few 
weeks and the sharp listener 
might catch the addition of 
Duncan Mackay oa key¬ 
boards. 



Week in Records 


Gotbrie 
to appear 
la Vaacoaver 
October 19 


Top 20 in Victoria 


This Week 

1. Three Times a Ijuiy 

2. Hopeles-sly Devoted .. 

2. Use Ta Be My Girt 

4. Aa Everlastlag Inve 

k. My Aagel Baby 

l. Grease 

7. Magnet and Steel 
9. Lave Will ITad a Way 
9. Kiss Van AH Over 
19. Yon 

11. Got te Gel Von lalo.. 

12. Blner Thaa Blue 
IL Life's Beei Geed 
14.1 Will SlUl Lave Vou 
15. He4 Bleoded 
ICOhDarUa' 

IT. Baker Street 
IK. Hot ChlM hi tke City 
19. Copacabana 
21. Remhilsciag 
(N) - deaoles sen ealry . 


Last Week 
Cwmmederea (1) 
OHvia Newtsn-Jaha (3) 
O-Jayt (3) 
Aady Gibbd) 
Taby Beaa (6) 
FranU VolH (4) 
Walter Egaa (19) 
Pabla Cndae (I) 
ExUe (U) 
RIU CooUdge (11) 
Earth. Wind. Fire (IS) 
Michael Jebaaau (S) 
Joe Walsh (9) 
St anebalt (16) 
Ptrelgner (U) 
RsbUGibb (21) 
Gerry Rafferty (12) 
Nick Gilder (N) 
Barry Maallow (14) 
LIMc Khrer Band (N) 


ann 

landers 


Fresh viewpoint 


NEW YORK (AP) - A spe 
cialist in marriage and fam¬ 
ily counselling says the use of 
books or pictures to stimulate 
sexual arousal ia neither per- 
verlwd nor disloyal and may 
bring new vigor U a tired 
sexual relationship. 

Writing In the October 
Issue of McCall's magazine. 
Marclk Laswell concludes 



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Our prfce9 sre^ deGo(/ /u/fj^ 

Fidelity 

United 



that sexual fantasizing Is ane 
of the more potent sexual 
stimulants. 

Hosrever, she adds: 

"intlmalely, ons Inevitable 
fact must be faced: Marital 
sex cannot forever keep on 
being as new and at fresh as 
it ouca may hava been.” 

Given that, there are things 
couples can do to rekindle 
their sex lives, she argued. 

For one thing, they need to 
make sure they have time for 
sex. 


Dear Aaa i sndrrs: My 
mother always said, "You 
never know a man until you 
live with him." How right she 
was. 

"BIU" it 23 and I am 24. 
We've been married two 
years. I don't know exactly 
how lo say this, but I will do 
my best. It Is not a subject 
that is easy to talk about. 

I've told Bill at least a hun¬ 
dred limes that 1 cannot 
stand his carelessness in re¬ 
gard to personal habits. He 
gels mad at me and doesn't 
speak for days. Last week I 
slept on the couch because I 
couldn't stand to be near 
him. What more can I do? I 
told Bill I was writing to Ann 
Landers and he said, "That's 
fine with me. I'd like to know 
what she has lo say about 
this. I hope she tells you to 
get off my back.” — WalUag 
Far Ytur Reply 

Dear WalHiig: You caa call 
It “catele st a cs s" if you want 
to, but the axperta call It 
sick, sick, sick. An adult who 
has the personal hygiene of a 
goat demonstrates two 
thlnn. Plrat. a total disre¬ 
gard for othm — and sac- 
ond, some mighty kinky no¬ 
tions about hlmaelf. Inciden¬ 
tally, you are not alone. I 
hear from dozens of women 
every week who are suffer¬ 
ing with the same type of 
mate. (Sometimes men 



write, but the women out 
number the men at least 23 U> 
one). 

People who refuse to 
bathe, brush their teeth, 
wash their hair, etc., need 
professional help. They are 
disturbed Individuals who 
need to understand why they 
neglect themselves In this 
manner. 

•My advict to women nr 
men who are married In 
these types Is — sleep on the 
couch until your mala de 
cides to gel professional 
counselling and work it con 
quering the problem. 

CONnOENTIAL lo Is 
There Help (or Me?. Yes. 
definitely See i doctor 
Many a human dynamo de 
velops "ignition trouble" 
when he reaches 33. If the 
surgery you describe is 
necessary it need not Inter¬ 
fere srith your sex life. Stop 
worrying. 

Jobless ranks 
up in Europe 

LUXEMBOURG (Rater) - 
Unemployment In the Euro¬ 
pean Economic Communlty 
roae In August to almost six 
million, or 3.6 per cent of the 
working population. Unem 
ployment In July was about 
3.9 million. 



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All mMnl»r» of ll» Army, 
Nivy and Air Porr* Vrwrtm 
arr aMwd (o ailmd iho m>*r 
tarty imaral maacmc at I 
today at tWI Wkart 


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KKA CADKT MOTHKRS 
Ladloo Auxiliary to thr 
Navy l<aim tt Canada will 
hold thair flnrt fall maating at 
a p.m. Monday at Ralnbo* 
Barracka, Macaulay Point. 
All mothan of Rainbow Sea 
Cadets and Navy Laagua 
Cadets an invitod to atta^. 




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EEBEKAHS 

Colfax Rebekah Lodge will 
hold a friendship ntght at the 
regular maoting at T:ia p.m. 
Tuesday In Oddfellows Hall 
Special guests will be mam 
bars of sister lodges Came 
No. 4S and Emerald No 17 
All visitors welcome 


CHEZ NOII.S 

Chei Noun, a French teles i 
sion program sponsored by 
f.e Club Canadlen Franca/s 
de Victoria, will start a new 
season on Channel 10 at 7:10 
p.m. Tuesday Formal will 
accommodate Information, 
current events, Interviews, 
local arts and chronicles to 
serve anyone interested in 
the French language and cul 
ture 


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course entitled Introducllon 
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SI. Pauls Anglican Church 
(1371 Esquimall Road) 
Ladies Evening Group will 
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Tuesday Admission Is II. 
there uill be prites and re- 
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Gorge-Tillicum Commu 
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in-lhe-Flelds. yu Obed 
Kseryonr is urged to attend 


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36 DAILY CDLONIST, \iiluri». B C., SuiHl«>, !»pii‘mb»r J4. IIT* 


Bobby Fischer reported on comeback chess trail 


I^RAYKEU 


I hive been infomed that 
the fimous Americin chess 
(rindmister B«bby FUcher 
miy mike i eomebick to 


world chess son with a 
match afilnst Yufoslav 
Krandmaster Svetozar Gll- 
goric. * 

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The sotvcei said Glleoric 
— Yueaalavla’s prcBler 
chess master and a longtime 
fiiend of Fischer — went to 
Rome In the past few days to 
arrange details of a match 
against the American. 

Ftacher, It, became world 
champfoe la lg72 la a Ughly 
publicized world champioo' 
ship series against .Soviet 
Boris Spassky in Reykjavik. 
Icland. 

Fincher, u famoua lor his 
taatnims and uapredlctable 
bohavior as be Is for his dwss 
mhis. lost ths title by de¬ 
fault in IVTS when he refused 
lo play SoTiM champton Ana 
loly Karpov, who was defend 
log bis (Itle against Soviet 
aMoctor Viktor Korchnoi in 
Bagulu. Philippines. 

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public stnee. 

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make a comeback by playing 
a match against Korchnoi, 
prior to the world champion¬ 
ship playoff. 

Then there was also a 
rumor that Bobby would play 
Brazilian star Henrique 
Meckin. 

And another rumor had It 
that Bobby actually did play 
a match against former U.S. 
champion Lubomir Kavalek. 
who actually won the cham 
plonship once again earlier 
this year 

Of course, that’s all these 
things have been — rumors. 

I said it long Umo ago: 
Fischer would not play any 
more so that he can say he 
was an undefeated world 
champion. 

It'a not that orlglDal a. 
thought because Tigran Pe- 
troaltn, the former world tit- 
list from the Soviet Union, 
said a long time ago that 
Fischer was only afraid of 
one thing la chess: Losing. 


And let me tell you this — 
the longer he stays out of 
chess, the more afraid he will 
be of this fate worse than 
death, as far as a top-notch 
player la concomed. 

That's why I'll believe a 
Fischer match or comeback 
only when I see it taking 
place. 

Meanwhile, bet against It 
ever happening again. 

Meanwhile. I would like to 
say that during the Women's 
Closed earlier this year at the 
Empress. I was extremely 
impressed by the play and 
the deportment of IS-year-oM 
Torontonian Michelo Dot. 

The youngster really 
showed promise and should 
go places in woman's chess, 
should sha keep working at 
It. 

As for iba Game of Tha 
Week. K't tha tataful No. U la 
tha Karpoe-Korclmol BMleh, 
wharo thna troublo proved 
Kotclmoi'a undolag. 


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Klxherman inRlerx and Ihelr . 
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Dominion Hotel's Terra Colta 
dlnlnii room. 

Dinners (or two have been 
won by (ierald MrDormtnd. 
J430 Woodbum. Tor a 20 
pound ehinook from Baeehey 
Head: Marnaret Tateham, 
I2W Ulya Road, for a (wo 
pound cutthrual trout from 
St. Mary Lake; Tom Davis. 
MfOT Lochblde, for i U.H- 
pound Chinook from Coal Is¬ 
land: and Malthaw Simpson. 
2897 Peatt. for I M-pound 
lyea from Noolka Sound. 

THEIR NAMKS were 
drawn from i,}12 llrkets. rep- 
resenilnR King Fisherman 
entries for fish caught in Au 
gusl. 

The hiddm weight draw 
was made by Ian .Sco^t of 
Scott Plastics, who give a 
Srolty Depthmaster downrig 
ger IS a hidden weight pri/e 
each month of the contest and 
a .Scotty Depthking downrig- 
ger as a rontesl-lang hidden 
weight prize, and Jim Ho.s 
kina of Color Your World, 
who give a scrip for a supply 
of marine or Itousohold paint 
as a conlrsl-long hidden 
weight prize 

SPECIAL hidden weigh! 
prize for women anglers of a 
SlU scrip from Katon's was 
won by MarJ. McMillan. TBli.'i 
Capital Heights, for an a.B 
pound vhIniHik from Chain Is 
land flals. 

I.ll Walton, tail Marchanl. 
wins a ogegallon Jar of 
Babe's fireweed honey, for a 
.'i.S-pound Chinook from Bain 
be lion. 

John Page. 124S Walnut, 
wins a $2(1 value In retail 
sale.s or service from Ray 
Colley of Becher Bay Marine 
Sales and Service, for a six 
pound coho from ^wser 

SETS OF Jim Ullbeii PIrk 
and Plrken lures and a Sal 
laire Drift Fishing IXHtk were 
. won by B. Therricn. Box 391. 
Suokc. fur a six pound cuho 
from Secrclary Island, l.arrv 
Hadu. HR I. Lanl/vlllc, fur a 
l.'i.3 pound Chinook front Win 
chclsca Island. Hank Roch 
fort. 333 Albert Head, for a 
7', pound coho from Uold 
stream Narniws. and Cedric 
Steele. 3310 Beach Drive, fur 
a seven-pound chinuok from 
Oak Bay flats. 

G. Hetheringtnn. 3904 Haro, 
wins I Scotty Depthmaster 
downrigger from ^ott Plas 
tics, for a lO'i-pound cohn 
from William Head. 

H. WOUD.'408 West Burn 
side, wins a Luhr Jensen 
Auto-Trac downrigger. for a 
.seven-pound cuho from .Sec 
relary Island 

Alan Griffin. 3711 Palo 
Alio, wins a Dyna-Ulass 
Cuwichan trolling rod. with 
his namr embo.ssed on il. 
from Henry Carrulhers ul 
Sport Distributing Co., for a 
S\.pound coho from Lasque 
li Island. 

A GIBBS herring dodger 
was won by Joseph Dvorak. 
6030 Kltsuksis. Pun Albemi. 
for a 214-puund chinuok from 
Iztne Tree Polnl: Walt Camp 
bell. 1319 Newport, for a 





seven-pound chInook from 
Oak Bay Flats: Wendy Gelb. 
332 Woottun. for an eight 
pound coho from Flora Islets: 
Chuck .Southern. 7099 Hagan, 
for a 14.2-pound chinuok from 
Sheppard Point: A Jackovi 
cas, 19031 Vaubuu Road. You 
bou. for a five-pound chinuok 
from Pedder Bay. Richard 
Cooper. 2412 Heather. Dun- 
(an. fur a 9'- pound chlnook 
fnim Separation Polnl: Fran 
Cammlade. 119 Helmcken. 
for an 18-pound Chinook from 
Muchalat Inlet; Roben Wil 
son. 4384 Northridge. for a 
33.pound bass from Elk 
Lake; Izmj Witt. Lake Cowl 
chan, for a 30.2-pound chin 
ook from San Juan Bay: Fred 
Pritchard, 2530 Dowlcr 
Place, fur a seven-pound 
Chinook from Pedder Bay 
kelp bed; David Harris. 1680 
MiiHliner. fur a 12 pound 
Chinook from Otter Pulni; 
and Jack Jameson, Box 73, 
Chemainus. for a six-pound 
coho fnim Beechey Head. 


ihree-pound bass from Quen 
nell Uke 

Ray Sawyer. 633 Admirals, 
wins a caiil of Metric spin 
nera from Luhr Jensen, for a 
I I-pound baas from St. Mary 
Lake. 

CIjLYTON thornf: 
Cowichan Bay wina a card of 
six Sneak lurea from Luhr 
Jensen, for a 14 S pound 
Chinook from Active Pass 
C.W. Sandberg. 1330 Rich 
mond. wins a card nf alx as- 
sorted Luhr Jensen Action 
Klashtalls. for a I6'--pound 
Chinook from Albert Head 

MALCOLM MaePherson. 
3226 Shelbourne, wins a card 
of six assarted Tom Mack 
spoons from Luhr Jensen, for 
an 84,-pound chlnook from 
Bambertun. 

Stainless steel fish filleting 
knives were won by 13-year- 
old Derek Chow, 346 Ro 
seridge. for a 9'.^-pound chin- 
iMik from Goldstream Island 
and Danny I.ee, 341 Chur¬ 
chill. Nanaimo, for a 36- 
pound lyee from l 2 ine Tree 
Point 

IN A SPECIAL contesl- 
wllhln-a-cunlesl for Viclurla 
Press employees Gerry Arm¬ 
stead wins six Nordic drift 
fishing lures from Luhr Jen¬ 
sen, fur a st-ven puund coho 
from Fleming Beach, Hex 
Allen w ins a set of four Norse 


Hilda drift fishing lures from 
GIbba Nortec; Kelley West 
wins a card of Metric spin¬ 
ners from Luhr Jensen, 
Sherry McKlbben wins a 
stainless steel fish filleting 
knife; and Alek de March 
wins a set of three Rhys 
Davis Teaser lures. 

Winners will either be noti¬ 
fied huw to pick up their 
prizes, or will have them de¬ 
livered. 



FAMILY passes In Oak 
bay Marina's Sealand were 
won by Bill Lewis. 104.984 
McKenzie, for an 8.7-pound 
chlnook from Bamberlun: J. 
Kublnsun. 124-2300 Flurence 
l4ike Road, for a I'-j-pound 
chlnook from Pedder Bay; 
Ken Morrison, 482 Treanor, 
for a 3S.pound sockeye from 
Church Rock: Ken Alex 
ander, Pedder Bay Trailer 
Park, for a 21J|-puund chin- 
iKik from Karr Hocks: Gor¬ 
don Richards. Hon Royal Oak 
Avenue, for a 4.6-pound bass 
from Prospect Lake: and 
Held Hudson. 1427 Myrllr. 
for a 16 pound chlnook from 
t adboro Piiiiil 


PETER MAI LE. 383 SI 
Pairick. wins six .Scasildas 
from John Parks of Nordic 
Turkic, fur a 7.2'pound cuho 
from Bamberlun. 

Cards of huutchle-lypc 
lurea with stainless hooka 
from Pacific Tackle of 
Parksville were won by H. 
Ablesun. 3130 Somerset, for a 
I ( pound Chinook from Bcc- 
chey Head: Win Dawson, 1031 
Sluggett. for a 4.14 trout from 
Nahmini Lake: and Danny 
Robertson. RR I. Cuwichan 
.station, for a H'.,-pound chin- 
iHik from Bold Bluff. 


SE.TS OT five assocled 
Norse .Hilda drift fishing lures 
from Gibbs Nurtac were won 
by Toby Brown. 2735 Fair¬ 
banks. Nanaimo, for a 3'7- 
pound ci'hu from Sangsior Is¬ 
land: Clarence Llltke. Box 
:i«2 Gold River, fur a 42-pound 
lyee; .Steve Purych. 1118 
McBriar. fur a 3.10-pound 
ihIn'K'k from Chesterfield 
lI'M'k. and Evelyn Davies, 
HR 2, West Coast Road. 
Hooke, for a IS-puund chlnook 
from Otter Point. 

Sets of six Rhys Davis 
Teaser lures were won by 
Jink .Shields. HR 3 . .Stirling 
Arm Drive. Port Albernl. for 
a Hl.2-puund chlnook from 
C'hup Polnl: R.H McKInlay. 
3878 York Road. Duncan, for 
a 3.7'pound coho from Nlllnai 
Bar: and David Nelson. 819 
Rih khclghis. for a 3 3-p<'und 
coho from Frazer Island. 


OLIVE BELLAS. 3617 14th. 
Purl Albernl. wins a card of 
six assorted KriH'odile spoons 
from Luhr Jenseh, for a 



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.18^ UAH.V COLONIST. \ iinirw. B C , Nundu>. N.>pt«-mbiT U. IW* 


Bijggest salmon of month tops 60 pounds 

Competition stiff for August crests 



To win an Expei^ Creat 
for King Flaberman Con¬ 
test entries for flsli caught 
in August it took a W- 


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pound Chinook, a SS-pound 
tyeo, an IM-pound coho, a 
3^-pound smali-mouth 
bass, and a l,g-poand trout 
from a lake. 

HEAVIEST salmon en 
tered in August was Bill 
Sloan's 60Vi-pounder from 
Campbell River's French¬ 
man's Pool. Biggest Chin¬ 
ook in August wa.s Lance 
Llngren's M.g-pounder 
from the NlUnat Bar. Bud 
Strom's iTU-pound coho. 


^Willson 



which led the contest until 
this past week, was the 
heaviest coho in August 

EXPERT Crests are 
awarded each month for 
the 2S heaviest fish in each 
of the throe saltwater ca¬ 
tegories and for the IS 
heaviest fish in the trout 
from a lake and small 
mouth bass categories 

Here are the crest win 
ners: 

Tvaa 

•III sww. NurMTv aaM. CMscMii 
Kivtr. IM. PrtadimM't Pool. Muo 
C tOK ]I3< OoM . 

S7,0. AfiOMUt m$rf. SMnBtlM 
Milt LIMA 4M CMco^rv Or>y« 
CtnaMI RW: Sll Prtnctantn s 
Pool- 

Roy ttfoartn. 7Qf Gtitmo IlMd* 
C«npfetN iW; StJ, MfH‘> Mv 
Omp Six, Mrto Tttttr 
Mlht StMlts «3I ChMtmrf, Ntntimo 
n.4. JmJm Ro»nl. S«ri» TtMr. 

Ctry Mtcfc. |T1 Ittco wt vtlit Rota. 
HtMimt: OrtMf Rom, Rthtpfi 

OorottKIItt. )SO-7iRlAytMut. Ctl 
Otrv, AItt.f 4M. TTw Covt, Nrrlng 
OorR Tm. Rom HI, RorkwiTtf 
diaToNMUtfoInt.l “ 







L G Lunonetn \Xi Morphv. Ctm» 
Ml RIvor; 47.1, Tytt Root, ptuft 
Sttvt Horol. Mtrvltit; 471. OHco- 
vtrv Pmoot. htrrtno 
J.T Nowmtn S46RQMr NofMinto: 
47 0, Rottt'BNooki Strip Totm. 

Shofwien Otmtrtiv RR2. WotXtr 
Rotfl. Rort Atotmi. 44 14, Loot irot 
Point, strip TtMtr. 

Rudolf Sirodpr. U1 Soutti OORtood 
Ctmpbtll Rivor; 44,1. Arpontut 
wntrt, Stingtiidt 

Wtynt Horvty. }$27-9n» Avonut 
Port ARtrm; 44 0. Rotiv'i Point, Strip 

Tmmt 

Htroid 

Rood. Ctinpboil 
houo* Woodio W t 
Jtntllo Erdmtnn, ITU Votov Sun- 
lond. urn.; 43.4. Roitv't Point, tn 
chow. 

Chono Vtnp Kim, Il37-istti Avtnut. 
Ctmpbtil RIvor; 43.0, Arponout «h«rf. 
StiniBlIdB 


.1410 O otomo Rom. 

ComoboH Rtvor; 434 Rorottrv Root. 
HorriAoStHR. 

Ion MoiMt. W LonoRbimo Orlvo. 
411. Kktv PoM, onchvoy. 

R.H. Sworhun, 2ttMllh Avonuo. 
" ' 414 Point, Strip 


Mow MtMfpl. M Longholmo Orlvo. 
40 0. illiR Mmi, onchow 
Ooniiv Loo. S41 Churchllt Avonuo. 
Nonoimo; 40.4 PoHv't Point. Strip 

Emio Erb. I43S Oooon Vlow Rioco. 
30.4 Ton MUt Point. Strip Toowr 
•ob HonM. 1490 lowotilno Cloio 
Hanoime.' 314, mouth Of Fronkiin 
RIvor, onchovy. 

6d Koimmuk, >0731 -ORh. Edmonton. 
Atto.; 3I.4 Arponout ofhort. Sttnooii 
do. 

Motthtw Simmoa 3997 Roott; M 9. 
Nootfco Sound. Minnow Tooior 
Gorrv Stool. 715 Wo i tmoro. Cm>P 
boll RIvor; 3I0. Argonaut Vfharf 
Stingaitda 

Jim SMoldi. RR3, Stirling Arm, Port 
Aiborni 310. Chup Point 


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Attention: 

CAKE DECORATORS. HOMEMAKERS. 
STUDENTS AND BRIDES-TO-RE 

Kathy Warran t 

‘THE CAKE PAN” 

3154 Monnington Placa 


Is 


RE-OPENING 

(wa-va solved our bMngual lebelHng problom) 

AND WE’RE RE-OPENINQ WITH A 

BIG. BIG SALE 

rHROUGH SEPTEMBER AND OCTOBER 

0 • all Halloween items, 

p • all sugar moulds. 



microwave oven pans. 


20 % 


• all stuOent needs tor 
basic decorating 
courses. 

all Cake Pans and 
Cookie Cutters. 

(Our stock includai, agsin. every pen In the 1978 Wilton 
Catalogue: Disney characters. Flintttonet. Super 
hares. Sesame Street cheracters. everything In 
addition, we have new name from the 1979 Wilton. 
Catalogue: Wonder Woman and the Looney Tunae 
chtraolersl No Ofitr Pieets 

ir 1979 Wilton Citiiogiio Is horol 

Again, wa have everything and 
We Undersell Everybody 

Last month we launched a mild attecii on Mr Trudeau’s 
government for its lorcad bilingual raltbelling policy. 
This month we've knuckled under to Mr Pierre by hirltig 
a Ouebaoker to relabel all ol our items in Francn But 
wa ll eseume tne man's payments as a loss in our rental 
socommodatlon rather than pass the labelling cost on 
to our customsfs We will adhere b> the wishat and laws 
ot the Parliament ol Csnede. but we It never panhandle 
(beg) to any poiiiicitn 

THE CAKE PAN 



OiwsMy 

liusil WiWi Ui y 
uN wiMvl b«i 
9 !.■. N 5:30 f.M. 

478-3449 


•n. Rox 154 L4kt Cowl 
chon; 51.4 iiitintf Ror, horrtng 
Jim Doimon. Lokt Cowkhon; 50 0. 
Nitinot Ror. horring. 

RotfChow. 544 ROMrMoo RIOCO, 41.4. 
iocK ROM. Tomk RKm. 

NitI Roorco. 1R475 Allbov Rood. Sib 
nov; 44.0. Rtochtv Hoodl Ir4p McK. 
MinnoMf Toooor. 

G. form. M34 WiftlMon; 439. 
Owreh Rock, minnow. 

A. SofWtv. SOI Ridifv orlvo; «44. 
Hichov HMd. trip ohodt. onchvov 
Sid gpMn. 4371 Porhtido Crooetni. 
43 0. Church RocK. minnow, 

EliH YounR. Ron 309, Chimdlnut. 
43 7, ChomoMuo morhor, mlnniM. 

Dovo Wlgmoro. RRI. Rochor Riy 
ROM; 43 0. ioochi v Hoid, onchow 
Richor^on. 3995 Rionictnoop 

41.4 Socrotorv ixiond. Strip Toooor. 
John Rrohmon, Rox 44. Sooko; 41.0. 

Socrotorv lotond, minnow. 

Roonon. 1979 Tovlor; 40 4 Mi»- 
orv Riv- inchow 

Wlltiom Rvoni. 1109 Mount Ntwton 
Croot Rood. Soonichton; 40 0. iomoi 
mono. wMtt RloohtoU 
Joo OtRodt. Lokt Cowichon. 40 0. 
Nitinot Ror. htrring 
Jim Rom. 309? Rvron. 40.0, Rotetwv 
Htod Strip TtOMf 
Gorrv Rook 3093 Rvron. 40.0. Rot- 
ditv Hood. Strip Toooor 
Oorrv Ooy. 4090 Rotricio Roy High 
•V; 414 Roichov Hood. Rhvi Oovl$ 
Minnow Tooidr. 

Mon Rotdifft. 941 Gorgo RoM Wtti. 

39.4 Rov. minnow. 
JotnCeioir. 441U5 CroMtowtr 
ood; 3l4^Hor Roint, Strip foooor. 
Rot VWHttort. 3K3 Whitt Rodi Soon- 

IcMon; 344 Rombofton. Strip Too« 
or. 

Wtttv Honoon. m Oionborry Rioco 
3 j4 ^Roochov HoM trip ihock. on- 

^Tr.' Nvbock. m Toit; 31.4 Roochov 
Hood tvoe Wtoch, onchow. 

Mitody Rotoroon. 7530 WOotholnw 
ood. Rom 374 Duncon; 344 Activo 
Rou. horring. 

Lorry Ooodion. 3114 Oion Lokt 
ROM: 310. Church Rock, minnow 
Robort Cormock, Oonorol Dolivorv 
Rorkovlllo; 31.0. mouth ot Pronch 
Crook. ttuoroBCont Rluttortid 
Oovo LObb, 1144 Rkhorchon, 310 
Roochov Hood trop shock. Strio Toos 


COHO 

Ruo ^irom. i904 Koit04>n Rood 
Sooko. 17.0. Socrotorv iHond. on 
chow 

Alton VOMOfB. 340RO Shonnon Orivt. 
AbboHtord; 14 4 PorlWr Rou. H«r 
ring Strip. 

ChorlOB Smith. 1901 McRoo. U4 
Ook Rov. Stingtildo. 

0. Proof. RR3. WoM Cooit RoM, 
Sookt. 15.14 Ottor Point, hootchio. 

lorl^o Twvmon. lOMCootIn; 15 3. 
Rodtard lalond. minnow 
JOViOundrow.SMAAoRM Rioco; 15.4 
Ottor Point. 

Goorgo PHhor. Modicino Hot. Alto.; 
U.4. CdBpor rkiHk hootchio. 

Lorry Ovck, Rox 154 ShowfNROn 
Loko; 13.4 Cowichon Roy, Minnow 

Jim Shioidi. RR3, Stirling Arm, Rort 
Aiborni; 13 4, Chup Point. 

DovtSimpoen. 3497Roott RoM. 13.4. 
Socrotorv iHond Strip Tooior 
Rill Rroodtoot, U) Windormoro 
Rioco. 130. Whirl Rov. Strip Toooor 
PrM Morrimon, 3441 Sundorlind 
Rood 130 

W W Pink, 1316 Rockcrtit Avonuo 
130 

Ed Erdmon. RR3, Hubond RoM. 
Courtonoy; 13 • 

Rov Tonnont, S794 Woodlondi RoM. 
Sooko; 13.1, Ottor Point. Strip Toooor. 

John Cothin, 40MOI Eiouimolt 
RoM. 13.4 tropohock, minnpw. 

C H.Moichonroil, 349 ' 

13.4 AMorl Hood Strip To. . 

Richord Couch. l^ Long Aero 
Drivt; 13.4 Poddir Roy, Suotr Strip 
TOOMT. 

Clom Tordif, 3139 MotChOiUt ROM. 
13 0. Rooc h ov HoM. minnow. 

Andy Hookino. 1307 HootlnRo; 13 4 
Church Rock, Strip ~ 

.3WI. 


R P Wlim. 3417 Hitton, Port Albtr 
ni; 14. Groot ContrM LdkO; Plotfifth. 

Rorry Proomon. 2313 Amhont Av¬ 
onuo. sldrwv; 43. Nohmlnt Loko. Pltt- 
n«h 

Win Oowoon. 1031 StuoooH RoM- 
RrontwoM Rov. 4.14 Nohn^nt Loko. 
Piitftih 

Morporot Totohom. 1395 Olyn RoM. 
3^a St Mory Lokp, Wiltow Loot. 

JMw Totohom. 1195 Otyn RoM. 3.14 
St. Morv Loko. Willow Loot/ worm 
Roy Horrid. 4151 Wllkinoon RoM. 
3 4. 5t. Mory Loko. Willow Loot. Plot 
ti«h. 

ProncH Minor, Mitton Proowttor. 
Oro.; 3 4 St Mory Loko. Pord Pond 

A.H. Hodion. 3534 17th Avoput. Port 
Abomi; 3.4 Sproot Loko. Plotflih 
Jomoi McOontil. 304 Codorv Aport 
monU, Duncon. 

Gordon Richordi. NO Rovil Ook Aw 
muo; 1.14 roMbow. Longford Loko. 
m ibondor 

joon HodMn. 3334 17ih Avonuo. Ron 
Aborni: 3 4 Sproot Loko. Plotflih 
MoriorloLomii. RRI. VoowAmRov 
R ood Gonpu, 3.4 St. Morv Loko. 
worm. 

Rot GWTtngtan. 7 JoMurgh; 34 St. 
M^ LOko. Willpw Loot, worm 
R- HORon. 131 Hifiwood Nonoimo; 
1.9. Cowkhon Loko. worm 


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Dovid Thomoen. 3713 
Rioco. 5.4 Mothooon Loko. Motrk 


Robon Whdi, 90S Hortword RoM. 
5.4 Proopoct Loko. Lotv Iko 
Gordon Richordi. 100 Rovol Ook Ay 
onuo; 4.14 Proopoct Loko. Ropolo 
J R Vogt. 546 L4r«n RoM. 41. E» 
Loko. VOllOW hootchio. 

Lyndo Whilf. 90S HorowArd Rood. 
4.T. Mothoson Loko. Lixord 
LlavdWI>Mn. 3377Whittiori4 4 ER 
Loko. MiBtor Twlotor 
Lorry Konnodv. 4 4 Elk L4ko. Croxv 
Crowior 

Robbio Whilt. 905 Horoword RoM. 
4.7, Proopoct Loko. Rombor 
Goorgo Roior, OUSPowortLont. 4 0. 
Lon^d Loko. Jittorbuo 
Jon Ei%. 335 Vioduct. OO. Proopoct 
Loke 

D W. Owono. 3901 Corrinnt Rioco. 
4 0. Ouormoil Loko. worm 
John Sowvor. 77-3517 SoKwn RoM. 
3 14 St. Morv Loko. Jittorbug. 

Robon Wilson. 4314 NorthridpoCroo 
cont; 414 Elk Loko, Miotor Twlttor 
Rov Sowvor. 39 9U AdmifoH Rood. 
410. SI Mory Loko. Ropolo. 

Witliom Sowvor. 39 933 AdmiroN 
RoM. 3.4 St. Morv Loko, Ropolo 


VjW^COUVER ISLAND ^ 
jUmOUES S eOLLESTABLES 


Vintage wine 
recovered 

PFSAHO. Italy (AP) - A 
bottle of wine. Imarl after 30U 
Nears In the hull of a wrecked 
British ship, was recovered 
by divers off this Adiiailc 
port town The bottle Is the 
latest In a series of objects. 
Including a low cannons, can 
non balls and vases brought 
up from the recently-dia- 
covered 17th century vessel. 


2ND ANNUAL FALL 

ANTIQUE 

SXlEtSHON 

SEPTEMBER 22,23,4 24,1978 
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Gory Roit».9l70lonv«ioRbM. 11.4 
Rwetwv Hood hootchio 
voBhielhlmlBu.9IORlonohord; 11.4 
Church rock, onchpw. 

Rid Upton. 4373 Rorfctidt CrtkCMt. 
11.1 Church Rock, minnow. 

Com McColtum, 904 Richmond; 11.4 
Rrotchio LMD4 Supor Horrlgp Itrtp 
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DAItV COLONIST. Victorii. B C.. Sunday, Srptnnbrr M, ItTt 39 





Fishing not hot 
during August, 
but it was fair 




KInii KUhrmirn found Au- 
lUKi • (ilr month tor flthltij 
In on ovrn numboird yotr 
ohon Ihnm Inn't a pink aal- 
mon run. but II wann'l a hoi 
monlh 


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When ih« pinks run through 
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New York tad 
DaWIn —1 noatlop fUrtI—I 
lost 1 typewriter. Inylng 
rrom Ptris to London, one 
hour, 1 uid to my young 


daughter "Stop pitying with 
that new wrist watch. You'll 
loee tt." 

I put It In my pocket for 
safekeeping. And I hwt H. 

You couM follow my trail 
around Europe by ties 1 left 
hanging on door knotaa. And 
I’ve left enough pajamaii 
under foreign hotel pillows 
(tt^ked away by tbe maid) to 
slee^an army. 

ITS NOT THAT I'm a bom 
loser. If you move around a 
loL packing and unpacking, 
'you're going to shed a few 
things. Ties, pajamas and 
toothbrushes seem to be my 
losing streak. 

I've got some kind of block 
iwriters tOo. 1 never let 
else carry them, 
ave them in London 
airport Find out when I start 


Travel Tips EXSSS 

__ at Waikiki. 


By STAN DELAPLANE 


to write In Bergen, Norway. I 

I'Ve made some notable re¬ 
coveries. Airltaea will bird 
dog all over for you. Since 
they're linked by Teles, Iheir 
scort Is tmaiing. 

SAS SNIFFED out the ty¬ 
pewriter at London. Flew It to 
Bergen the same day and I 
never missed an edition. 

Air France located my 
daughter's wrlstwatch. Sent 
it around to my hotel In 
Paris. 

Pan American picked up a 
typewriter I left (along arlth 
my heart) In San Francisco. 


Had It walthig for me at 
Kauai before I got thara, 
having stayed over for hmch 
at W^kl. 

Leaving New Orieana ane 
ntomlng, I put my pocket 
alarm on the airport cafe 
table. Walked away without 
It In San Frandseo, Natloaal 
Air got on the Teles. Had my 
watch on tbe nest flight. And 
I picked It op before f that 
nl^ 

TBBSE ABE Ihlilfs alr- 
Hnaa will do (or yon. (Though 
I’m not advising loolng things 
Jnpt to tsat them.) 

On a mowy w e ek e nd In 
Now York wo flow with two 
smaB children to London. 
The last flight off — snow 
cloaad In juat as wo got In the 
air. 

Hurry up loading had put 
our bagg^ on the east 


flight. So wo got late London 
with no pajamas or tooth¬ 
brushes. No diapers. No 
whiskey-aoda. Bellovs me, 
nothlM Is open la London 
from Saturday noon to Mon¬ 
day. 

BUT - MMEBOW TWA 
entfltted us with, everything 
before bedtime. 

If you are to keep your 
luggage — (and your wits) — 
put a business card Inside 
each bag. The name lag on 
the outsit can be tom off in 
bandltng. 

(I have an outside lag on 
my typawrlters. An Inside 
biwinesa card. And my name 
and address on the ty¬ 
pewriter frame. The way I 
misplace them. I'm glad I 
don't play a grand piano for a 
living.) 

I cany a flight bag with 


pajamas, toothbrush, rasor 
and something to read. Carry 
it on by band. Juat In case. 

"We ate renting a condo¬ 
minium at Paerto Vallarta 
over Christmas. I wonder If 
we should lake health pre¬ 
cautions." 

TWE CONDOMINnJM peo¬ 
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bottles. (Be sure to use It (or 
brushing your teeth, toe.) 

The local Americans — 
probably tbe condominium 
people too — will tell yen tbe 
name of the mild purifying 
solution you buy in dnig- 
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Iheir salad vef^labies In H. 

U.S. Public Health thinks 
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Norwegian hut refreshes spirit 


41 


By R. «. APPLE Jr. 

STRANOA. Nsnray — 
Since the tom of the ceatury, 
forelgnen have flocked to tte 
fjord country of weatam Nor¬ 
way. 

Kaiaer Wilhelm waa the 
area'a moat famous vtaltor. 
Ha liked It so much that ha 
came here almoit every 
summer, and when the little 
city of Aleaund btuned down 
In I9M, he seal Germaa ar¬ 
chitects to rebuild It In the 
“JuimndatH" (art nouveau 
stylo) that waa than faahloa- 
able. 

THB SUMMER, no fewer 
than 7t ocean Unera will have 
drained anchor at the foot of 
the magnificent Olranger 
Fjord, a ribbon of cobalt blue 
winding between t.OOn-foot 
cliffs. Hi kllometrea from 
Iba open tea. 

But almost none of the vial- 
tors find their way to a Nor¬ 
wegian hut. A pity, because 
the hut la the qnlnteaaeoUal 
national Institutloa. Like the 
sauna In Finland, the hut In 
Norway l| believed to have 
almost unlimited poeren to 
refresh and restore body and 
spirit, to help a man pul 
things In their pr 
spectivc. 



GEnUNCEt F|«N, a 
a( Mhail Mae, 
i Hw aaa 4,SIS lo st 
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apN aaa. IVa aaanRer a# 
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MM af tha tialtart toaad 
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‘‘TWO WMJRS In my hut at 
dawn," aald an Oak) bualneaa- 
maa, whoaa hut la localad 
near tha mouth of the Oslo 
Fjord, “la enough to wipe 
awey the lenakma end the 
anxieties of i week lo my 
office." 

The hut — "hytle" In Nor¬ 
wegian — la where tha Nor 
wetfan city dweller raaumea 
his peaslonate love effilr 
with nature. ClUet ere some¬ 
how Inimical to tho national 
character of a country wharo 
mountains, forests, glacitra. 
Islands, rivers and lakes oc¬ 
cupy no less then M.5 per 
rent of the irei. The fishing 
villiM and the isolated farm, 
not the city, ere the Norwe¬ 
gian's nitural habitat, and 
the hut Is the urban Norwe¬ 
gian's way of getting beck to 
reality 


ACCORDING to Tor Troe- 
Icrog of the Norwegian Hut 
Associitlofl, there are nO.OOO 
huts In Norway, one for every 
IS people, and If.NO new ones 
are built each year. Troa- 
terog calculates that about 
I.S million Norwegians will 
visit a hut at least once In 
ItTR. 

There Is plealy of spice for 
hut-building In this underpo- 
puliled country, which has 
more than twice the area but 
only a tenth of the population 
of England. If the land were 
divided equally among all 
.'itlzena of Norway, each 
would bo entitled to 2S 
acres. 


THERE ARE mountain 
huts end lakeside huts, huts 
In the forests along the Swed¬ 
ish border and huls along the 
North Sea. 

Prime Minister Odvar 
Nordli walks 8.4 kilometres to 
retch his hut In the woods, 
and he goet there every July. 
Moat of the cabinet diup- 
poara from Dale at Iba aama 
lime. One day in July, the 
energy minister, BJartmar 
GJerda, found hlmwlf tho 
actliig prime minister, acting 


foralgn mlnlalar aid acting 
defaaca mlnlalar. 


THE THREE-ROOM hut 
that beloagt to Per Vasabotn, 
e if-year-old Norweglu Jour 
Mllst, la a typical example, 
except that its stta la more 
spectacular than moat. It Is 
perched on a mountainside at 
tha bead of the awe-inspiring 
Il-mile-kmg Strende Valley 
— 4 glecier-ringed wonder¬ 
land that reminds many 
North Ameiicaiu of Yose- 
mite. 

"Here you find yourself." 
,seld Vassbotn, who lives In 
Oslo. “You think of the good 
you'vo dono and tho bod. You 
sleep, eat. walk, maybe read 
some Ibeen." 


VA.SSBOTN WAS bom In 
Strende. only a kilometre or 
so from the hut. It Is spec- 
Itrular country, cut by fjords 
like the Geiranger end val¬ 
leys like the Strende. The 
people ire stem and pious, 
and there is only one liquor 
store in (he entire county. 
Vassbotn Is not a religious 
man. and he has ibe convivi¬ 
ality of his trade, but he feels 
the need to return to Strende, 
and he comes beck here (or 
three weeks every summer. 


HE PAYS M kroner ■ year 
(■bout U.SO) to the ojvner of 
the lend on which the hut 
stands. It Is a rocky plot, unfit 
for (arming, but In summer¬ 
time there is t carpet of but- 
lercupa. heather end blue¬ 
bells beneilh the pines and 
birchea. The hut shares the 
land with a herd of sheep and 
their tinkling bells. 

Vassbotn end his father 
built the hut IS years ago. 
They bought the old village 
bookstore, which had begun 
life as a (ierman barracks at 
Andaltnes, and disassembled 
H. A horse end sleigh pulled 
the pieces up the mountain¬ 
side, and the two Viasbotna 
put them together lo make a 
one-etory building, about M 
feel long and IS feet wide, 
with I huge window overlook¬ 
ing the villey. 


THERE B NO atoctrlcHy, 
no running water bo tele- 
phone, no central heeling. 
But there la a iprlng outalde, 
discovered by Vassbotn'i 
mother with a divtolng rod. 
There ere oil lampt for light 
end there la aa open flraplace 
to taka tha chill off tha tve- 
nlngs. 

Ona tiny bedroom accom¬ 
modates Vissbotn and his 
wife, Anne Beete, and an- 
other Is shared by their tons, 
Oystein, H, snd Hillvard, A 
Tin rest of the hut Is one big 
room, furnished arith com¬ 
fortable modem furniture, 
with t tiny kitchen tucked 
Into I corMr. 


toM a recent Americtn vtal- 
tor, (be first forelgiiar ha had 
aver taken to the nut. 

H wis after II p.m., but It 
was still light anougb to tee 
the glint of tha glaciers down 
the valley. 

"A Mg ear la aot real hu- 
ury," ha said "Time, t view, 
fr^ ilr— thoie are the real 
luxuiiea, tha things ihnt I 
crfvt. My grandfnther never 
even tnw n car, and bn was a 
happy mta.” 

VASSBOTN hat firm Ideas 
about huts. They mutt aot be 
Mgger thea to iquara meters 
(about tN square feet). They 
must Dot have television sets. 


And there muet be a “pies," 
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hourt may be spent, staring 
Into tha flames and thinking. 

"A hut without a pies,” be 
uid. “Is DO hut at all.” 


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aid Wdutom AlfUndS Front 
there you 11 fly Westom non 
stop to Acapulco lor a Mexican 
RMora cruM ll't Induded. 

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the etqsenance of i Moltma An 
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YouY vMt enchanting porta of 
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By MARGAEET MSS 
SAN JL'AN 


Ponce caa be 1 day't light- to take a night boat ride to roadi through Juana Diaz, 
seeing tour from Lai Palmas Phoaphorescent Bay. A Coamo and Albonito to San 
or a quick tour en rouM to moonle.ss night Is belt to see Juan, 
another remirt. Photograph the silvery ripples on the 

the outlandish red-painted water. SAN GERMAN is one of the 

firehall on the main square. Return to San Juan either oldest towns on the island 
llien spend time In the by continuing along the coast The pale yellow _ cathedral 
small gallery, containing an route or by way of San Qer with Its wooden, nail-studded 
exceptional collectlao of l^g- ^ man to Pbnee and thence doors was started In 1773 and 
Hah and European pnintinga along panoramic secondary only finished In 1833. 
as weB as some Interesting 
local works. 


about l.in bactarcs at Hu- 
macao Beach, about 183 kilo- 
metree aleng tbe coast from 
San Joan. 

ITw resort Inetudes a mod 
en hotel with Moorish over- 
loans, a beach viUage of cot¬ 
tages and two areas devoted 
M golf and tennis with their 
own accommodations. 


A visitor to 
Puerto Rico can combine a 
irip back Into history with 
iiiountain scenery and some 
fine Oceanside resorts — and 
the temperature varlas little 
throoghout the year. 

To savor this Spanish-popu¬ 
lated island, one should spend 
at least a couple of days In tbe 
Did San Juan district with Its 
formidable forts and narrow 
Mreats lined with old houses 
and shops. 

Then rent a car and spend a 
few days at one of the resorts 
outside San Juan, Including a 
drive along the south coast to 
Pooce. ths second-largest 
city. 

the most Imparuht 
M^t In Old San Juan Is El 
Mono, the lith-cenlpry for¬ 
tress jutting out at one end of 
the island like a ship's prow 
It rises Its feel stral^t up 
from the ocean and Is on tlx 
levels. It was suck a formid¬ 
able protection even Sir 
Francis Drake was unable to 
capture IL 

There's alto the ISth-cen- 
lury fortrees of San Cristobal, 
.built to defend the landward 
side of the city. 

HUrrORKALLV trapor 
tant ieCasa Blanca, Intended 
aa the home qf Ponce do 
Leon, one-time governor and 
seeker after the Fountain of 
Youth. He died before It was 
< ompletad, but hit descen 
riantt lived In It for some 338 
years. 

Dne of the best retorts Is 
Las Palmas del Mar with 


A DEUGHTFCL feature U 
a pro-breakfast snack at 
dawn to toe the sun rise out of 
the set. The rolls are ma* 
by hotel bakers. 


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village of Parguen or nearby 


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However, doe to Its deterleratliig coodltlon. It Is cloaed 
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lo Callfomit this fall called 
ihn Loro Boot Sampler. 

The sea-lond-ilr package 
departs from Vancouver Oc- 
Idbor 2. and romet In two 
plans. Plan "A’* It t flvn-dty 
crulse lour to Seattle and Stn 
Francisco with overnight ic 
> ommodatlons it i firsl-class 
hotel snd flight bock lo Van 
(ouva October 8 Plan "B" h 
a tlx-diy offilr lo .Seattle. 


San Frtndsco and Lot An- 
gtles, with similar lop over¬ 
night occommodntlons. and 
flight back to Vancouver Oc¬ 
tober 7. 

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transfers belween airport- 
hotel and ship are Included, 
and prices ire from tJM.Sj 
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3340.33 per person (double oc¬ 
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OTTAWA (CP) - CiMdUn alriima wttk 
advance bookhi( chaitera now artll bo al¬ 
lowed to fly Canadian paasengera abroad 
and return them to Canada witb foreign 
viiitan. tbe Canadian Transport Commit- 
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VANCOUVER (CP) — Britiah CMumMa will ask 
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(fuebec Qty next week to study development of a 
natlOMl core currlculnm. Education Minister Pat 
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, Air Canada plans to fight 
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MONTREAL (d*)—Air Canada will seek 
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Improperly collected by its rivals during the 
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Gerry Lareault said Air Canada will honor 
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Hw crowii corporatien has charged that 
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A CP Air spokesman said that airline's 
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CONC»llD, N.H. (AP) — A U.S. Ni- 
tioiMl Guard pilot who has survived 
docens of dangerous rescue missions In 
the treacherous White Mountains may 
never fly again because an unexplained 
medical mixup during a routine check¬ 
up has left him blind. 

“I thought my flying days srould end 


DAILY COLUNIhT, Victoria, B.C., Sunday. September 14, lilk 45 


J p Heroic rescue pilot flew where others wouIdn^t dare 
f but mysterious medical mixup has left him blind 


when a mountain tip or a pine tree 
crashed through my cockpIL not be¬ 
cause of a mixup In eyedrop," LL-Col. 
Russell Tilton said Thursday. 

The work of the 41-year-old air rescue 
officer is widely-known in the state's 
sviatioa and conservation community. 
He has flown small planes and helicop¬ 


ters over the stale’s wOdemeos forests 
and needle s harp moualains, survived 
three crashes in his M years ef flying 
and logged more than W,(N hours. 

But on Sept, t, Tilton was grounded 
after a routine annual flirtt physical, 
not because ef his hcaUh, but be¬ 
cause of the exdmlnation itself. 

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A senior flight s ur g son had completed 
most of tha axamlnatlea and was run¬ 
ning a roulias taat far glaucoma, an 
eye disease. 

Guard officials said the medicatian 
the doctor administerad was In a bottle 
labelled as tha rsqalred aphthalmic so¬ 
lution, but In roailty contained Hetno- 


cult, a highly caastlc mixture nsed 
to test stnol samples. 

Although he entered the examination 
with i0-2t vlskm and left almost blind, g 
Tilton said he did not Marne the doctor. 
"There was really no way the doctor 
pouM have knowa,” Tilton said. "I've 
got the pain but he's got the memaiies. 




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150th bubbles 
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ft LONDON (Reuter) — Wlaniag praise and rnspecL the 
, weekly magasine The Spectstor kicked ap Hs heels, ce¬ 
lebrating Its litth aanivnesary with a riotM champagne 
! and whisky haB for hacks and poUtlcians In aa old dance 


r! The SpectaSor, which nsaaDy reOncts rlghtnstag pnliti- 
cal views, wax la Ihe doldrums i^l tt wu parebased Ikrae 
years ago by British mllllsaaira Henry Keswick on his 
^ retam Is Laadsa after maklag a fortune In Hoag Kong. 

The TIaMi saM that the ptlbUcathm, which has a 
circulation of only IkhW. has become "the leading Inteilec- 
S' taal mags rise cl the aaovement away from coHectiv- 
^!)lsm" and has outpaced Ms flagging left-wing rival Ihe 
New Statssrapa 

^ tl began Bfe as a campaigning paper supporting the 
ifc cause ef parttawentary reform, repeal of the corn laws so 
the pear oauM enjoy ch eape r hiuad. and was one of the few 
<h) British poblicatlon to bark the North In the Americaa Civil 
War. 

Contrlbalers have Included such famous authoes as Gru- 
ham Greene and Evelyn Waagh. 


^ Folkfest group 
gets Ottawa aid 

%- The Inter-cultural Associathm of Greater Victoria has 
received a tSO.MI grant frum Ihe secretary of state to help 
finance several jobs in ItTS. 

The ICA, which has sponsored Vtctoria'i FoBifcst for 
-it the last five years, will use the mouey to pay volunteer 
‘ - expenses and the salaries ef three part-thne worken In 
programs such as; Immigrant servires. cttlien s hip tosses, 
a newsletter, and multicultural education la the achdbls. 

' The easeciatloa la holding its animal fund—raising 
1^ ' dance tenigbt is which the public Is Invited through member 
orgiilutlBlH. 

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p.m., Monday to Friday while the Immigrarn Services can 
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in the Centzal Building. KM View. 

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Mekong Delta 
floods 


BANGKOK, Thailand 
(UPI) — Mastiv* floadlag 
has davtststad much *f Vial- 
nan’s Makaag River Dehs 
lie* basksL killing at least 74 
partom tad leaving IJ nll- 
boa nor* la need *f argent 
teUaf, offlctal Radio Hanoi 
mM Saturday. Flooittag site 
wu repoftad la Thallaad and 
Cambodia. 

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iarga-MsI* 
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tfarough line 
Dsmaae provlncea 
people. MOiaargliig Mine*, 
dnnmlnf Urausands of Ism 
tnlmali and dtatroylng rice 
neMs 

Hurt by drought and In- 
lects last year, Ih* lateat 
flaods hMlIctI* mare hard 
Uma* ahead. 


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ot OosMlro 


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man In chart* «f I mp laa s an t - 
IH * Fraach ear* euiTlciilum 
program for British Colum- 
bit's fraiicaplHas stadseta 
sad rrencb-immartlaa pro¬ 
grams for angtophoao chD- 
draa says paraaul galdaDea 
aril] b* paramooat la aatab- 
Ushing the pragramt. 

Nick Araaaax, who began 
hit 111 .MM-yaar lob with tb* 
ministry of aducstloa Sept I, 
taM he did not export to 
face a sttuatloa similar to the 
dispute itaii year at Sir Wtl- 
Ham Osier el e mentary school 
in Vancouver, where parents 
protealad a plan to establish a 
French-lmmenlon program. 

Ardaaaz, (ormariy cokir- 
dbutor of tacoad-langnagr 
bwlructioa la a tuburbaa 
Montreal Khoal dlatricL said 
that wtthln two years there 
would be IM U 1» class¬ 
rooms throughout the prov¬ 
ince where francophone stu¬ 
dents would be taught the 
core eurricUlulir In their own 
language. 

1116 aductUon ministry it 
commtttad to having the pro¬ 
gram set up by the fall of ItTS 
ia Khool districts tvharo 
there is parental demand. 

He said them would be suf¬ 
ficient numbers of tooebers 
to run Francb-lmmonlon 
programs ia B.C. sad added 
that be hoped there would 
also be enough quallflad 
teachers la the province for 
the core curriculum pro- 
graaL 

Ardaaas was hired to Im¬ 
plement minority language 
prograam, which are part of ' 
aa sgre am e n l among Can¬ 
ada's llprovtocao. 

la addmoa to totting op the 
two mnch-laoguage pro¬ 
grams, Ardautt taM ho 
nouM be Involved with B.C.'s 
ethnic groups, helping them 
praearv* their native laa- 
guagss. 

The federal government 
wat tpanding 111 milUoa oa 
language programi for peo¬ 
ple ouuMe Caaada'i two 
domlaanl languagt groups, 
and B.C. was not uraig Its 
share of the mouty, ha said. 

“If you tone your language, 
yen lent your culture,” be 
taM. “Whta I look at the 
tremandous richaaat of our 
ethnic froup*. I find H vary 
exciting.” 

Funding for Frencb-ltn- 
guag* programs wouM do- 
pond on lha nufflbtr of ttn- 
dania Invntvnd. Aidanai 

saM. 

Immarsloa for inglophaoo 
studoau wouM bo sot up 
whore thara wu enough (to 
mand to fin at tout on# elaaa- 
room, ha said. 

Thara are now 1,111 poopM 
tovolvad to Fraaeb-lmmar 
ilea pregramo, tad Afdanu 
taM lha alaa if tbt programs 
vartod to sach Kbool diatrirt. 
la RIchauaM thara war* flvt 
Immarsloa cUatu, but to 
Want Vtaeouvar Ihore wu 
only oaa, ha saM. 

Ardaau saM 11 minutu a 
day to French ctou wouM not 
to^ toglophoaa studonU 
how 10 tpatk French. 

“Immorslon la th* an- 
twar,” h* tsM. 

A tlmitor pneau thouM b* 
ntad to toadi itudanU whe 
dM art apeak English u a 
fint laaguagt whta they an- 


tered the public school lys- 
lam, ho uM. Putdag them to 
special aducadoa elatau had 
art worked, bacauM thou 
claius ware commonly aaed 
lor hamheappad stadents, 
which wu unfair to noa-Eng- 
llth-tpaaktog itudaala. 


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Mr. tnd Mn. Jmm IMwrd liundtrt cMbrittd Itotr 71tt 


Holy hula hoops! All in cleanup 


O/ULY COLONIST, Vlctorlt, B.C., Sunday, September 24,1>7S 47 


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VANCOUVER (CP) - 
Clemup c rew i were battnag 
valianuy la Buiraid Inlet to 
clean up a spill at bula 


Centurlae at European > 
Tradition Now Sacontinp a 
Way of Ufa to MlWone e« 
North Anearicans. 


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Tha Continontal QuNt. PHtow and Accaaaory Spaclallitt 
A tanps ol Pure Goeeadown or Down end Featnera 
ConOnaraal quait alMnata Mankan. badoiraa rt t, 
rapanaao and lha Chora ot badnoamgl 
OraoowraMaOmaatoomtanwifhEuroijDiwn riuSial 


The It heepa, covered la 
bright ora w ayloa webbing, 
were pal dwre by Burrard 
Clean, aa ell ^11 co-opere- 
dve Bade up of six major ell 
coaipaalas la the Vaacoaver 
area. 

The hoopa, pan of aa eser 
else Friday to teat hew effi¬ 
ciently Burrard Claea't crew 
could clean up a spill, repre- 
>aeated tm galloM of dleeel 
411 spUM men a freighter 
ranaaed aa all barge. 

w hoops were need be- 
cafse thev behave much like 
aa ell slick dees when nMrved 
by tide, wind and curreaL 
Tbe rigged accldeat oc¬ 
curred when aa Inbound dry 
cargo freighter collided with 


an outbound. ruBy- 
barge earning 4M,Ma gal¬ 
lons each of gasoline and oe- 
ael oil and 111,111 aalloas of 
Jet fuel near tha Indian Ann- 
Burrard Inlet Intersection. 

hlartya Oteea, manager of 
Burrard Clean, saM M 
minutes after the accident 
the first hoom boats and 
many of the M members of 
the cleanup crew and the M 
contractar representatives 
had arrivad. 

Green said that none of the 
crew members or tbe con- 
tractora knew what time they 
would be called. 

Tha IPmember crew wu 
made up of personnel from 
Shell, Imperial, Gulf, Chev¬ 
ron, Texaco and Transmonn- 
taln PtpeUnee. Normally, the 
company reaponsibic for the 
spill would dispatch its own 
crow. 


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ewannaasr wemeaiia awpsi 

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HARDWOOD CONSTRUCTION 
NO HOLD or PHONE O R DERS 
ALL SALES RNAL 

CASH and CARRY PRI CE 

FLIP-FLOP 
SLEEPER 


ealag I 

would 


I allck, ovoatnally atrelgbt- 
R m miiure tha “air 
not float lewirda 
ihora. Tha boom waa 
wrapped anmad the allck and 
thta tha skim mar eaem In la 
aat up tha all. 

Greaa aaM the cnepafeMea 
waa pleaaad wltk lha way tha 
exerclaa warn, although Omn 
are one or two mtaor Im- 
pravomanta to bt mada. In¬ 
cluding atepplng up air aa^ 
velllance and Improving 
communicationa wMi tha 
air. 

He said the entlra clenaap 
took about two hoars. Ones 
the oil has bnsn cnntaiosd, 
the skimmers can gobbin ip 
about IN to am gallooa of oil 
a minute. 


Dmvu 


aptaatkin 


Davis weighs 
political life 

VANCOUVER (CP) — Former cablaet minister 
Jnck Dsvis, whose (rand eonvictioo led to his rasigns- 
Uon from Us North Vancouver-Seramtir aest In tbe 
provlnclsl Lsgislatura, ssid Friday be hasa't ruled out 
lbs possibility at a letura to political Ufe. 

"How active I can bo It toinetkingocben will have 
to decide," be said. 

Davla said in an Intnrvtaw, four days after Judge 
J. J. Anderson flood him ILdN and pls^ Mm on tsro 
months probation (or defrauding the crown by mlsiep- 
resenting travel expenses, that be tUII bad the support 
of the Srcial Credit Association in hla former riding. 

Electori, he said, would be the onet to decide on 
hit poUtictI future. 

He said aa appeal against either hla conviction or 
sentence, or both, la "being actively considered" by 
him and Ma lawyen. 

"I hale to tUnk that I might have the fraud tag for 
any length of tlmn,” he laid. 


Quebec battle 
now Ottawa's 

OTTAWA (CP)-^Yirmer federal cabinet miMater Bryce 
Mackaaey aayt the (act he quit hla Job aa a mem- 
bar a( the (fnofaac National Aaaambly aflar only It months 
abouid not ha In tarpi ct nd aa leaving before the battle over 
the prwvinen'i ladsnanitann wm flUahed. 

"Lat'a Jnal lay out lha battla has ablftad round,” wM 
lindmacy, the UbonI eamUdata la Ottawa Centre U one 
at U hytlnelions to be held Oct. 11. He waa Interviewed 
on tha CTV program Qaestlon Period, taped for showing 
todty. 

Mnefcasay said ha wanted to return to Ottawa Is fight 
for coastitatlonal chaagea that would convince Freneh- 
spaoklng Cnnadlana Ihon was "an alternativa to the atatas 
qua," hnfarc the prevtnelal referendum on I n dnpe n da nc e, 
i x pnetad aaxi yotr. He wanted also to enaore prntoctico (or 
tho righto of tho EagUah-spoaklag minority la (Jnebec. 

“Pm laying that la Iht next six montha, wt have to win a 
refertndmn," ha saU. “In tha next ilx montha, wn'U 
probably set a ihowdown batwaan Mr. Levetqua and Mr. 


Engagements, Weddings 
and Anniversaries 

ewe 

Engagements 


AAltltr—OartHit 
AAr. •ndAArt. E. E. MMIor, mo Tbt miptmint 
Rkhmend Avt.* Victoria. B.C-. ot Katmion Am 
laka plaaMira In annouficmo tna dau0lwir 9 Dr. 


aw u aoamant ol thatr an^ UmbH- wonhy, Now W a a tmlh at of, 
tar Roaamarla Maroarot, to w. tha law Am EEiMrNvy, to R 
Oawtd Jamat Oarllnor vourMtat ndb^ Umm, tan of Frac 
wAetAAr.andMra.E.V. Darffi^ ^ 


^otAAr.andMra.E.V 
Laka CowHdian. t.C. 

“* • “ wiTi 


BNw o r lN v um or 
Tha anoapamant It announcad 
ot Katmaan Am tekivonhy, 
^ Murray Ed- 

‘ Wi and 
.. Ronald 
Fradarick 


TUa waddino wiTl t aka Placa 
SaturdayTOctoliar 7, >f7i. In St. 
Andraw^t Cathadral. Victoria. 

• C 


Roto^ Uf 

ar^Oorlt_ _ 

tba ca ramonv will taka piac 
Saturday, swtarnbar 10. mTat 


AA c HruR limpiot i 
Shalla and Harold McHu^ art 


__to announca ttw anoao^ 

¥ ttiatr daocMar Lori Caitv 
fna. to Kanna^^tnipaon. ton of 
lYvIlh am Vamt SIfTvaon. Vk* 


Mattuay qott tkt fodoril cabinet li September, itlt, 
afUr a tUepute wMi Prtaae Minister Tmdeeu. He re¬ 
sided aa MP aad ran tBeeeaafully u a Liberal candidate In 
tbe November provincial electkms won by tbe Pard 


o 


woddNto will taka plaet on 
Octobar T. In MaWop^an 
ynitad Cnurcb, Victoria/ with 
Rav. Laura Eutiar ofttclatino. 


p.m. In Our Lady of Parpatual 
Halp CtMirch, vancouvar. ■ C 


Mrd ArsAow 

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bird, of Vlc- 
torkr art plaasad to announc a tha 
anoaoamant of ttieir dautfdar 
Tarasa AAarilyn. to Amnony 
Stuart Anslow. son of AAr. and 
Mrs. John R. Anslow of Victoria. 

Tut wadding will taka iMact Oc¬ 
tober 7r 1078. In Chrltf Church 
Cathacnai. Rav. R. C. Crawlay 
Sfklatlno. 


Bell Citese 

Mrs. Joan Bait and AAr. Jamas 
Ball, art pitasad to announct tha 
torth c ommo marriaoa of thair 
only dauohrar Barbara Allca. to 
Mr. John Alan Hardy Chasa. only 
Mn of Mr. and AArs. Robart 
msa. 

Tha waddino will taka place 
Saturday. Octmr 7, 10^ at 4:30 
p.m. In St. Michaai and All An^s 
Church. Rav. W. Hilt offklatlno 


Armo u r Oriffiw 
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Armour of 
Victoria, art plaaam to announca 
F anpaoenwnt of thair daughter 
' 'DMr.CmnMurtM 
. JAAr.endAArs. e7l. 
PT linn vf Vtctoria. B.C. 

The wedding wii) take piece Oc¬ 
tober 30, 1971. at 7:30 p.m. in St. 
Aldan's UniM Church. ^ 
Clara Holmas officlatino. 


Linda Jaan. to 
Grlthn. son of 
Griffin of Vick 


Rav- 


Oevias Hu bactter 
Mr. and Mrs. E. Davtas of Vic¬ 
toria. ara piaaaed to announce tha 
forth c oming marriage of thair ai- 
dast daughter Diana Louisa, to 
Hans Jurpan. eldest son of AAr 
and Mrs. C. Hubachar of Edmon¬ 
ton. Alta. 

Tha wadd i ng will taka placa on 
October 7. left, at tha Evangali 
cal Ftilowshlp Church In Edmon 
ton. 

ava 


Wov—So u Rdan 

Mrs. Deirdra Way of Victoria. 
B.C. proudly wishat to anap u nca 
tha angagamanf of her sacohd el¬ 
dest daughter Kathtrlna Susan, 
to Mr. Garnet Rtcherd Saunders, 
fidast son of Mr. and AArs. R. F. 
Saundars of Victoria. Miss Way is 
also tha dauqf^ ¥ Mr. R. Way 
of San Francisco. Cal. 14-9-71. 


MoekRtey seid c oR atlfiltl ORel cbenBes propoaed by Prime 
Mlaieter TnMieBU did ao( provide sufficient protectioB for 
miRorities. 

**lbeee Eigtisb-openktoc Quebecers ere bow minori- 
dee aod at tbe end of IS months I've become cor- 
vtBcod dut if I'm fotaf to coodiUM to look after tbe peo¬ 
ple I'm aseodated wt& I cao do ft much better at tbe 
federal level thaa I could to Quebec." 

‘i'm fully coR v tBced that bumaa rights of all Cana- 
dlaBi levof mind mlaorides, all CaBadlane—must ba 
ensbrlBod hi conadtotioiial change,*' he said. 

"ProlactloB that's fouBd fa prorincial leglsIatioB, hi any 
I V ef the IS provtecea. Is Dot worth the paper It's printed 

I 


Weddings 


20 ONLY mates chairs 


Mr. and AArs 

marriaoa of Nittr_ _ 

nn of AAr. and AArs. 


T. C. Tfowsdiia ara plaa s ad to announn tha 
aWsw dau^dw. Louisa Anm. to Rob^ 


, Louisa An . 

Rompan. Sauft Sto. 1 
• “ — “a Ailla 


pQuatof 


Mafia. Tha 

_iwwiodkplaca JUvW.'lVTi, aSIht AflltiKtChurch 

Orim Crtio omclttlno. Tht oretntol wu Mn. Loulu 

Utl'giuyin mwr i iffS v htr fuhtr. vrart a floor Itnolh 

riNitinum dtlslu. yellow roubudt 
rttih, wllh Ian tirotmen. Tht miia ol honour, Ellto 
end brMuintW htrnodtht Hutbtr wort Wwiflctl flm 
vollow tvoltl eownt end cirrlu) ^Nw nwgiwrlltt, UUlt 
end bthy'i hrttfli. Tht flower qirl MIcfltllt Klnloul, wort t 
lenqfli yellow drtu end Ctrritd t whItt buktl ol vtllm 
marduorTlm, yAfltdoltltMnd btK'tbre^^ht grpoihwqrtt IWH 
- - nwll, ten rutflod uBriend voiveT derk brown Me. Tht b«d men 
I Rlnhiul. end uthtr Altn McWMntr, wort dtrk brown tultt, ten 
. .1 end dtrk brtMm bow flu. _ ^ 

Tht tfltrnoonroctrtlon far Ihtauttliwu heldUlhtOufChoi 

NH htiorone. Mr. gerntTJtekton wu Mulw ol Ctrampniu, 

Mr. Dtvid SWiwr, uie brldt't ynclL bop^ flit teott. r 
iMflv out ol town rtitflvu and fafandi, Indudlna tho grooci 
olS titttr from Stult Sfa. Marie Loulu and Rw art now 
VMorlt. 


Fugll F ItcR 

Rtv O. Edword fl. Mouldon 
oinclttad at a tinolt ring ctrt- 
mtnv In tht Churdio - ■ • 

on atefambtr ], Itfl _ _ 

a.m., when artndt Loulu, 
dtughtei’u Mrt. Ruutll(TOunn 
and Mr. L. Anthony Fl^ t>- 
cnangad waddino vowt with Arth¬ 
ur Robert, ion ol Mr. end Mn. 
Arthur V. Pugh. 

(Mvtn tn mtrrltgt by har 
fgthir, tho bddo wort a 
gm gqut ol monu ng na aaau 
lole.nuturino fang maooval 


Ktoliv—Utotima 
topt.}. 1*71. wu iht 
doUNprlno cartfhony 
- r# Hoir 


*8* at. Li^ by Rav. Clar# --_ 

ItTI. at 12 TM marrtau «bwi wart txchanotd 
bttwun idt Themu ol victorto. 
• C., and Mr. John KMnolMtdl 
cint Hot, Alto , with fomllY and 
frfandt gathtrlng In flit llvliMi 
room ol flit bride, Joen Sorir 
dtuMiMr ot the bride, wu her 
momtr't efltndtni. 

Klein, ton el " 

•tol.., 


SlacN—KIRB 

Pastor E. Austin efftclatad at 
tha doubla-rtog c a ramony In Glad 
Tidinos Churm on July 7.1978. at 
S p.m., whtn Jo-Anna Dali, 
daughtar cl AAr . and Mrs. Jamas 
King, axchanged vows with War 
ran Dala Slaai. son of Mr. and 
AArs. Witfrad Stack, all of vic¬ 
toria. 

GIvan In marrlagt by har 
fathar, tha bridt was radiant In a 
classic floor lanoth gown of or- 
ganza and ambroldtrad laca. faa- 
twing a tquara nackllna on a 
siaa^iass, httod bodka. sashad 
at waist. Har skirt was accantad 
by a dam flounca aroundham and 
tram, tiny paarls cantrad ambrol- 
darad silk ftowars. A capulat of 
laca and paarls haW a cathadral 
lanoth of Illusion tulla with 
apiNiQuas of silk organza ftowars. 
Tha brida carriao a cascading 
bououaf of rad roaas with rou 
tipp^ whita straofTtars. Har 
Maid of Honour, Judy Kino, wort 
a veltow sun dress of floral shaar 
Tito bridasmaidi Gayla Scott, 
Coilaan Marcar and Jacgualina 
B^trly, wort mafehino sun 
drassas of groan ihaar, cerrylng 
noMgavs of yellow and patch 
carnations with matchino ftowars 
In thak hair. The bride's niaca 
Corina Downer, a oktura In a 
y^iow sun m’asa and roaas in her 
nair, scattorod row petals Im- 
madlatolv In front ¥ tha bridt. 
Ttta groom, Ms beat mon, Ivan 
Slack and rlngbaarar AAark 
Slack, ware handwnw In powder 
bkia tuxedos. Kevin and Daan 
King and Oaan Gammlil ushtrad 
In tha nwny guests. 

Tha candto Ikbfino c a ramonv 
was enhanced by a trumpaf solo, 
“Tha Lord's Prayer." by Kevin 
King. Tha bride's sistor Robyn 

Prayer durino ww stoning 0 * wia 
Raglsfar. F ollowing pkfuras at 
Go^nmont Houw. a louolv ra- 
capm waa hM at fha UM varsity 

the bride. Thwa 
ware many out of town guasts In¬ 
cluding tha bride's maternal 
grandmofhar AArs. E U anor Wii- 
Mams of Winntoag, AAan. 

For a hontriitoon In Dlsntv- 
land, tha bridt donnod 0 thraa- 
Dlaca navy oabardina pant suit 
accantad by a white btouw and 
accassorias. Tha • groom wort 


St 


Oroloau-^mocN 
Michael arto AM Angal'9 


hare ware Commons Bull 


bkMrav sl^^s and a navy fi¬ 
gured Dhlrt The “ — 

Victoria 


They now rasida In 


Church In Saanich, was tha sat 
a lavalv wadding on Sap 

S 2. 1971. Rav. w. J. Hill 
ad at tha doubla-rino carr 
mony, uniting Susan Mary Di 
mock, daughtar of AAr. and AArs 
Arthur C. DlmodL, and Wayne 
Lvla Grolaau, son of AArs. Lois 
Grolaau aito the lata Mr. Herbert 
Grolaau. 

Tha bride, given In marriage by 
har fathar. was radiant In har 
gown of Matte larwy. A floral 
•pray of silk loca on Engliih net 
fashio*^ tht yoke of ttw ftttad 
bodka. Narrow laca ancirclad tha 
Empire waistline and floral ap- 
pMquas of laca accantad tha cuffs 
of m slaavas and the front of tha 
skirt. A flowinp cape swapt an 
tram and a (mIp^ laca cap 
tiM har flng^p silk amb^ 
darad vail. To compkta tha pk 
tura, the bride carried a bououat 
of tiny yahow roses and baby's 
braath. AAald of Honor. Linda 
Dolman, carriad a bouquet ot 
white daisies to complanwnt her 
pretty floor length goam. Best 
man wm Ron Powell. Randy and 
Mkhael Olmock usharad tha 

recaption was hold at tha 
Olda Engl^ inn. Rav. W. J. Hill 
said grace, and AAalor Gordon 
aisstiT propoaed a toast to the 
bridt. Out of town guasts ware 
Mrs. Lois Grolaau and AArs. AAav 
Fartngar, mothar and v^and 
mothar of the groom; Mr. and 
Mrs. W. DavIdMn and family; 
Mr. and AArs P owall; Mr. Ron 
Powell; Mr. Robart Foldan, all 
tram SaaKatchawan. Miss Pat 
Boorman, Ontario; Mrs. G. Carl¬ 
son. tha OkanMan; Mr. and AArs 
Lome Smith. Port Allca; and AAr 
and Mrs. Frank Lambert and 
daugt^ from White Ron 
Afior a short honaynsoon. the 
happy coupla now rasida In Vk 
torla 


Blfg Bfoww 

AAr. and Mrs. Harbart P. R 
Brown of Victoria, B.C. an 
tht marrlagt of thak only 
. r Carolyn Conyers, to Mr 

_I John Urd. wn of AAr and 

Mrs. John I. BwtTof Vancouvar 
Tha wadding took place in St 
Mary's Church. Oak Bay, Vic 
torla. B.C on Saturday, Saptam 
bar uth. laTS 


« nvKM. well. 

r the bridt. waa her . , « 

Annwersanes. 


Ytora a taoa and paan 
lMcaD.andcarrioda 


rimmoo juiwvcap.anacarriaaa panmguat m norvour iwvwi. 

bouM^ oTcarnaftona and wnh Variton KM m maM of 
ICMO roaaa. m nM oThmor, oaramonlaa, and EMtood Thomas 

^uKp«sin8X-5« 

irar, mrkMinncaleaiiinsqllto- ferXIt. 

rat cUfan print and carriad bou- Out Ol ta«wi guuti nmra Mr*, 
oust* SToatd) carnsttom. Mr. jean iaril of Toronto. Onl.; Mr. 


CHAIR 


A CHAM lY DAY MO A 
SiMLE KO lY WaHT 


acdpfton 
n. Mr. I 


uaorga, a.u., tvw . #*^0 nwm. 
LowM Ttw^; Cralo and Tracy 
of Coiwtanay. B.C.; AAr. and AArs. 
Gary Thernaa, Afanna and Danlaa 
of VMoauvar; AAr. and AArs. El 
wood Thomas; JannHar and Ra¬ 
chel of Courianav. 


mn 


mean- 















































LMiLV COLONIST. Victoria. B.C.. Sunday, Sapt. 24, tt)T8 


V 


[386-21211 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING 1386-2121 


FfWay I un. M ( 
ly I ■■■. » t:1i 


Vancouver Uland't Largett Shopping Centre in Print 


rMy I a-a. a I yji. 
ly I i.a. a »:ll y.a. 


CLASSIFICATION 

INDEX 


I VITA,. (TATIITKt 


CLASSIFIED 
RATES 

ADVERTISING 

l tinis«laa. 

SM«iB a!5•^ ralw an I 

reifjiu. 1 

: 


,l _BlBm_lU 

icUMIAtvrt — i« bavic and 
I Nancy, a towaiy f<n. Ltaa Marl, — 
* laa. tS OL an taa*an>bar n.t 
1971. manM «o Or. Sural and) 
tna Malarnttv Staff «f Victoria' 
Ganarac 


aiauuM ojtuiPito 
Mryirt JIrty only 
M ward imnNnvm 
1 ar I day« 

1 « aar taard par dav 
‘ S canaaewttva dara 


W. 



SEsr.m;sr“ 

09 In Ma n >arla<o> 

10 Funaral DIraetar 

-ita 


roatal < 


roai aatata. maMla a awa., 
I and annan adoanidna Ml 
. larad f ka eawawfciai a^ 
varfltMa and wtn M diiraad lar 
accardlNty. 


pfMU 


SciVl AOVIHTIilM 
.. Hard rntnimuin 
1 ar 1 dart 
IOC par word par day 
a to I canaa^iva dava 
lUk aar wan aar day 
I ar mart cantacufiva dayi 
llJk par ward par day 


ttOTKIt 
U Annaandarnanta 
IS Carina Evant* and 
ASaattnaa 

1 * ^arh^ ianouata i 
dicapMaw RaonfM 
17 Raataurantt 
10 Ftacaa to VWI 

10 coat and Raund 

■ MRLOYMONT 
31 Halp wantac 
n HM* 
p SUIM Tradaa 
$4 Saiaa Nraana and Adanta 

11 Taachart 

Fan Tim^Tamperary Had 
B imptayman* lar^ 

» Mwauana Wantad 

Any advartiaantant wnicn vartao'EUStNIIS MdVldt AMO 
‘ —.——M.atyia oidlCTOftY 


OOMLNO BVEKTB 
Mtl .HBBTLNUO 

OAK BAY 
Ml-MOR SPORTS 




HELP WANTED 
GKNCJUL 


HELP W ANTED 
UCNEKAL 


FARRANT Tarry Farrant and, 
Marian caOwm. ara haapy ta an-) 
nounoa Ria birtn of tfMtr ton,, 
vyiiHam taaila Farram an taot- 
9. 1970. at tup Royal Jubim Hoa 
pitai. Fraud orandporanti ara 
Cap*. ElMOloaon. vktarip and 
Mra. W. L Fprranl. WamIHM. 

' L Owr apaclRi ttianu ta Or. 


BINGO 


On*. Our apaci 
fnda HlfM. 
Dr.t ClaHpn. 
room atan. 


tai tnanu «a i 
tnaaka aiaa ia 

CMan and Caaa 


EVtRYMONiOAY 


TEUuPHONi: C^EHATOR. 
TYPBTl I 

POLICE DEPARTMENT [ 
PAYGRADE 4 
$&U • $868 per month 

Tnh M routkia, reiaHna-anHt, > 
twitcPDoard and ctahcai ' ~ 

--- 


WILHAM ^ Earn ta Jim and I 
Jaannarta (naa Lanol. a bay. 
Oaottray Jamaa. I lu., S aca, on | 
SaotantMr IMh. 10 ^ Oir apt- 
ciai mardu ta Ota O F. and. 
Jamaa Hauoion and afaff at Vc-1 
torta Oanarai Heaaltal (m-l 
ouradK I 


BOYS 
GIRLS 
ADULTS 

. _xtvnHv to I 

-— ' :--r -_r _ - '. Apadcanta atwuid hava compiatad niat carriar^a^ii^ 

VIC V/ESTT SCXTERI srS3^ 

BINGO 


Eafly OIrd 7 p.i 
R oauiar and axtra aamaa 


UA MONTiRSry 


Outtaa Includa typma. ttilng,' 
Mkitcnaeard, cmntar work andi 
attwr ralatad dutlaa. 


H£LJ» HANIED 

GENERAL 




UVEMN liOHEMAKER 

’ IA# raauka homamakara w 
> OMa to Mya ind^nltaiy wHti 

I . -.— - f ^ ^ 


H H£l^ WANTED 
GENERAL 

CLERK 

STENOGRAPHER U 
ENGINEERING 
DEPARTMENT 
PAYGRADE 8 - 
$847 • $1004 PER MONTH 

fyi intara a i t nt and cnaih 


ts OPPKX HELP 

VlGAtT 

^vavandna tacratary rawirod 
.At tpaal 4-r yaara tKoarMndO tor 
aantor parinar of downtown firm. 
iMiar^^m diwa. ^^ma Faraer 

FART TIM€ ’seCROT/Sl^TO 
'work approa. 30 houra par w^ 
Typina. fliina* oanaraf ctanca' 
dutlaa. Rapiy VI 
304. 


/ictaria'Fraaa' Iwa 


fyi intara a Wnd and cnaiianMna po' BOOKKEEPER 

^ *5* Cnotn^rifid^a^t. ,Ej»ar*poca rpduirpd. Salary naaa- 
Mtant prouMino var<ad atpnoari- tiawa. 3ao-7ioi. 
pnk and aacratartai work raouV:,-—— 

a?k> 


- ^ ja owtr 

MLfcrirv: iSJ*!;i5iy ** 

jiWM <i)i- Ewim.1, - vis?-i!e1!r23*,S' 

I .»k. I S I 

‘SSWoSahSf >•«**“'2? ,5iTj:*Tii;r «£? 

'oraa. I to ivy^ noura in tu aam,”"*;™- , Und aktn*. ba matura of U' 

^♦icatlona will aa./Kwyod by .AACMUfiAT.P?. !•.«* tniva tiw pbliMv 


RKIUJCD TRADES 


08ATH M 
FUNIRAL 
ANNOUMCSMINTf 
OIRtCTLV 
MOLLOWIN# 
CLAttlRItD 


asif'oai 

Any odrarttki..,..i, ^ 

KSI 

14 aaata iinaa aor column Incb 
I ar 3 dava 

ale aar tdota iim par dav 

1 to I oonaacuttva dava 
JS.Sk par aaata lino par Uy 
0 or mart cenaacuttva dava 
Sk par aaata itna par dav 


14 ANNOt’NCTMENTS 


Rapuiar Oamaa 7;i> 

I OtdJ^ Fanaienara Hod 
Govarnmonf Strati 

DOW OOffT 

NUTRITION WORKSHOP 
Spanaorad bv Tba 
NATURAL PARENTS 
GROUP 

Rwiourca aaraan: Kay Wvckham 
Tao^v. Saat. 2L /:S0 p m. 
Canttnniai Cnurcn 
"7 OoTM Rd. Eaal 

RElCh- 


'oraa. I to lioura in ttm aar^ r.- - > Kand akttt*. ba matura of liidp- 

rKa*vod bv oi.IR^Mr. am pta, Hm Q.ty I ARCMiTfiCT OR Imam, and nova tiw ablitty T» 

.in# undarpiontd until 4:JB om acttvitiaa. F^ .rlSl' ARCHlTlCiURAL dlract otnara an a pariodk hatia. 

t TuoadaT^Ociobar vd iw draftsf€R$on _ 

Ipoplkatkerw tor ihk ramp^Htoo-H" ^®*^**’ Ckcuia- Miaotlanad oaamn oriant^ Apolkatloni wMi ot racalvtd bv _ 

wm bo achnewtadoM orovidad ^ iii* HER.'sONNM.. 

''•*» IrKiuAnq Fosipi Coda: CAREERS raoutraa Arcnitact or Arcniiacturai Aodimday. Saptambar tTtn. 1970. tecrcyavT 

cwtns '|>ratt»oartpn wd^ minimum of S AH apeii:atten» for tnk comottt- ASSISTANT 

tKimees •!‘.^**^**^ •* 1 !•<!" 


ADVERTISEMENTS IN 
THIS CLASSIFICATION 
MUST COMPLY WITH 
THE 

BRITISH COLUMBIA 
HUMAN RIGHTS ACT 


Fononnai Offtcar 
Saanlcn Municipal Han 
770 Vtrnon Avtmia 
Victoritt. d.C. 

VIX 3W7 

CARITAL R-GION 
ASSOCIATION. FOR THL 
mcntalcy hanoicaffI 


' Saiacttd appikanla will ba pnroilad ‘lniar»*t.na prwitctp 


'* VTCrORJA Gl^iiLRAL 

•ddr^i Mciudlnn Foiipi ___ 


1 . M proaKtIon vtnl 

uiM (SiviS. «<■ •« wy»-ou, I'i™ 

ouaiiticatlom: unlwilty or •*®* 

— 'wiwv backaraund. amWtion, am rianca and aariormanct. 
itHMlaam, wtinnanada tp work SB 


' rclurr _ _........ . 

I Codt IS inown on in# dppikaiion. 


ill,. ' sand rasutnt and oinar daiaiis m 

SldTI. "«• 

far tna Filar a cocnMOtt tramma prodram|.*'^-. - 


..T. 

U aoata iinaa aar eolumn Inch 


•IRTM NOTICIS 

UP to 30 words SITS 
lacti additknai ward I4c 




I fanda. 
OrcfwY 


1 


DISCO 


S4 FrmRdoardad Mual« 
m lualnaad Faraanoia 

3K3r 

71 Muaic TddcMrt 
39 Faraenaia 
33 Trada Scinaia 
mircnahdisihm 

tt Aircraft 

117 Antlowaa aad Arta 
70 kcvciaa 
00 Gotta and Marina 
' as tulldlnt SuPPUaa 
93 CimarM. 

■ > «ftl) 


Mwv. toM^ Ava. SMnay. 

-- ■ ^ _ fcvary Sunday Oct. 1 to March 3S 

^ ***** inci. A Pitaaant family outint? 

"''•**‘*''•5-.. mmmra^am ICoitocttbiaa. onHouta. houaaftow 

• ~ c Sn cI 


AU. PARECTS WELCOME Aogiic ii«» ™ ^ n.i ..-nir -mn- ' 

_ !!<!.!?*?*•.> - Won* - wSr?.? 

FLEA MARKET * 

A. IMKAA M.II, wriw A., eAV *»' *•«!, VkK>|l«CL«? ““'“'•i 'ri!l„rs^'2 


RAY 


Fhoia FinlaMu 


137 ( 


math NOrtCtL 
MiMORIAL tfOTICiS 
AMO CAROf OF THANKS 
sac pw count iino par day 
3 oonaacwtiya days 
4B.M par count Una aar day 

iaas. SuMiiaia''' 

FRIVATI BOX NUMMtt tOt CMidrana Miacaiianaow 

D.3S txcapi Halp wpntad Ad* 131 Fprm impiamanta 
voflltpmpnt. UN which inci^i ■ ^ 

. ro«.w vnM 

1130 Gordon Suppllaa 


UlS OANCI STUDIO 

" JsrsfiKiA 

I KSQUIMAI.T 

I FIGURE SKATING 
' Art itili tpkina raalafrptlonj’ at 
any oMflna laatlona. 

FCB ICHtDULIS 
Fraachooia. Ota. JwiHora. 1 ^. tntar- 
imadlataa. S30. SaNars. - 

;ly. ___ 

FOR A UlFcflMI OF FUN TRY I 
' sQuaradanctf^ ciaaaaa atartinp! 
Saet. 3ath. Maridoid Scout Hail 
7:30*10 a.m. — ^CTA ap^ovad.' 
I For information pnona 470*4707 or 
4n*0043. 

13 


Intartat tor an 
Ratraaiwnants ceuntar 
9'» ATm. fo 4;^F M 
Admiaaton 35 cants 
_Tabfa ftaarvationa ua-3N3 

VICTORIA NATI^ 
FRIENDSHIP CENTRE 

BINGO 

Tuta.. ETbqtttmalt Legion 
622 AdmirdD Road 
Early &rd 6:46 p.m. 
Regular Gamas 7:15 p.m. 


— Saoi. 39. 


Oaad;^ 
9. im. 


raauma to; Ekacwffva Okactor'..tar-ad FfOt‘t:»«f‘n3 
— - laa Read. Vkto* lactod candidataa win racdlva in* 

far aoolkdtlena' dtptn tralnine In spaliina. school 
Itr ipig, manatamani and 

saiaa melivatlan. Incama tht fWt 
JOB OFICR1FTION - Undar Iht 'oe^ ®f . 
avarail dlractton of tha Workanopi^SJWB.. Far f^nlarvlaw, ahaist 
ovarall diractlon of tha workshop'•''•’"••'•ho sarvica. 477;9*lt, to 
Managor, and vw Frooram 1 arranaa appointmant. An aouai 
Workar (Woodwork), this amptov-.opportunity amployar. 
aa Is ratdonaibit for Inatruciinp i 1*344 

trainaoa !n the wo o dwork arotram.iv ' ■■■ 

Tht Asoisioni Froarom Worker is YtACHf RS AMO ex*TeACM€RS 
iho key individual in lha daily ac- >s veur aducation baino waatBdf H 
llvIHaa of all workars. ! vou'rt tha parson who wants ptr- 

, sofwi onB ftnandai aacurltv In tha 
OUAkiFICATiONS — Grads 13 1 aducailonai Mias dak but has no 
' two yoora tuarlonca and*or Frtvioua axearianeo. coll 


CUT ABOV E 

UNISCX HAIRSTYLES LTD. 


Faraonnol Olticar 
^anich Munkipsi Hail 
779 Varnon AvfAua 
Vktaria. B.C.''^ 

^•X 3 W7. 

COSMETICS' 


ilk tWw - - 

tralnl^ M diracNy rolaM flold., (anaworlna 


477*Mn to ar* 


in taachint woodwork log skina. 
salary ~ ts .39 oor hour. 


1111111 


TME^S R I CHINMOY CENTRE. buai(^'%««drM*Fooilia 

graaamt FREE MEplJATiON Hadvo. Do you nood od« 
CLASSES, stydnf •» J:0® .»•_«*'| comp, faol a. Iittk IwnKt 

iMoi 


Tha Vktorta Ganarai Hospital, m 
vitas aopikadona tar tha aoafdan 
Of Ftraonnoi Assistant Frimarv 
rtsponsibilldas will Includa rtcrw<t 
mant and praKratning o* appi<- 
cants and banadts adminitfrption 
Thoaa witn a univarsity daaraa In 
a dtid ralatfd to oarsonnai ad 
mfnistradon or tts aouivaiant piu» 
a minimum of ona yaar axparianca 
in racrutting v prtvloui axpar. 
anca m a haafm car# aatting in a 

.. —\ nen-rtiatad position wHl ba consk- 

Wa offar vau as a good atyliai so—• | ofod Tha ooaltion oWors tn# n r p p y 

OFF? Now's 

»the best time to sell 
w.mr.ittXn «m. .nv ^VON and moke j., i4L.A.jr!i« »«. viwv.. 

!a*-»*1'inrT!r' .iaJr sood money. I 11 ' 

cS7%SrJ“A.''*S2,J!! st’OW you how :» proc. O^r 

' . Nloht Ihlfl. t»JB Far hour.T^ 

Open Territories: 'yny »❖• '"ovma coats to 

ARM St. VF.NROSS f?mkkls*n, PrldJoion’^'/RinaK” 

BALMORAL NEWPORT Tif 

CAREY SHELLEY, AlSSta. tJm it? <«) uMaJft 

ARTHUR DR. ELDON -*■ * --- 

lORARHIC ARTIST. SOUTH VAN 
couvar Island i^kiy nawsaaoar 
raouiraa tha aarvtcas of an axpsri 
ancad layout ardtf «> work in ad- 


Cakraal rataa far lacal Bkinaaiai 


Gracarlaa. Maata and Fradu c a 
iiB Haavv Bgulamant and 
MaiMnary 

111 Livaatadu Suoafiaa and Evanta 
IBB Miscadanaawa tar tola 
IN Mi a caiiBwaau s wantad 
tat Miscadanaawa ta Ran! 

77 MoiarcycJaa « 

7B Musical tnatrumanta 


CLASSIFIED 
ADVERTISING 
COPY DEADLINES 

RBDVLAR ClAttlFlip advor* 7» Muaieai iMirwmani 
flsina may ba a i ic a d in Tha D^v m Fata and Suaoiloa 

f»L.r’Tsr'3irwa'..s. K;« 

day priar tp publication ji Sailboats 

to nipfpii In Tht Daily Cetonlpt N Timbor ^ , 

5 noon tto ^ ^ lii torCti 

?*imat*up'«o* 4 ^pjh tto day^rtw'113 Wantad to*1lant, Mtacduandows 
lo imUbM. * ,11* Coma and Stamps 

AUTOMOTIVE 




pniimftad 


Intwhstlenal Affiliation, unllr 
Ifoaa goftntlai. rocognmon . 
Foraona l achlovomant and knmodi* 
•ta cash flow. THt la a Buainata 
OMMiHunttv. Rapiioa wHi oa an* 
tworad and will oa confWannai. 
Raaiv Euolnaaa Oeportuntty. Box 
*311 Foftpi C. Vkteria. if strtv* 
pnono *n'1H3 .1 a*m.*lB a m. only. 


CLASSIFIED 
SERVICE 

DUt^N 
COWICHAN 
VALLEY „ 

AND CHEMAINUS jgJsJ 

oSSSf'fl*^ iS uTSRi 

will aopoar in tha MWMnt davsi 

aapara. ACCOMMODATION 

746-6181 


, 155 Autemobiia Financing snp 
inauranca 

, laa Auto Body and Fdintfna 
1a3 RdPairs, Sarvica ana 

I lai Campora. Traiiara and 
I Metar Hamas 
I** Cars and trucks Wantad 
! ISO can for Sak 
; ISI Sports. Import Cara 
I i4B Ltaaa vani^ 

1*9 Moblla Homas and Farki 
Car Oiraetofy 
AccaaaorlsF 


CO.MINO ENTS 
RAtf MCETING.1 

athl^'icT 

WINTER 

BINGO 

Commences 
Wed. Sept. 27 
7 p.m. at 

Garth Homer 
Achievement 
Centre 

fVtotoiiE’b moot 
niodom auditorium) 

813 DARWIN 

(entrance also on Vemont 
off Saanich Road 

2 BIcxks From 

^ I ^ aUFFEI aiTVB tAIBWIWW. 

Town ond Country IjSRarHowa^Ji^toi?' lets make a deal 



, vtv JOk_ 

offset pressman 

[ Exparlancad >n procaia 


I McOuna Libraryand al 7;30 o.m. 
,Th*jraday, Sopf. 3lth. at tha Sa^ad 
Haort Church Rtctorv. in^ma* 
Itlo n; m-*31 1._ 

: $1,000 

TIGER BINGO 

MONTHLY FAFER* 

RADIO BINOO 
Fv mfarmdflon 471*3773 
_( Courta a y-ihtarconnact) _ 

CAMEO BALLFOfHT FAINT 
lopan houaa 4m Gianferd Wadnaa* 
dav Sapt. 27. iB-9 

I' 

.IB CATF.Rf.VO. BANQIRTH 
^ AAd BKCCPnON R04)MH 


Fras* Box 3BI, by topt 


AN ALTERNATIVE SCHOOL RE 
USiNESS AND FROFESSIONAL eukts axpariancad child cart 
ExMhdlng mtrcTtandiaina .norktr, to jivt tita bUlU and work 
‘ ^ ‘t wNh lnr-.>axpariancf training to adofaacant 

dittonai m- bovs- Ouiiaa inctudad working wim 
.urt. berad famlilti and wnh ofhar social sar- 
....... — . - . — . ...... . cftabanga? if aeivica aotncits. Aaoly in writing to 

uaaday. Sapt. b*ih at tha 1 genaWtr anawaring this ad for ^cior»a Fras “ — 

mora informatian abobt my DuH-i*. 

nass vrith mato taatwraa. tinw /;*aouatf NiiRFSF oganmga tor axoariancad raaponw- naa a aaceno mcome can c 

|you,d^'i aivf UP v^r praaam JJATwe ORAmM^ Nuwse hamamakars who ara afwlous Tha oath to lacurity (a < 
poiHlon). no Invaatmanf, no ovar- ^ aid tor a t ^ ^ ^ Jidariv. ^ialon and a pnena call 

• no accounts racalvabia, no i"'*^** • Raeaj^ pay Incraaaa. Apply jKon-'W# snow you haw. Fhoot 

SSmS,'*'* 

nianauto^Mth Fwtar^anSrt Farmanont position 45 bad ratk*- l 

^ “-I RESIDENT 


HOMEMAKERS 
REQUIkED 
Haattn Cara Sarvicas upienn has LOOKING 

- rianctd n .- 


VANODUVER ST. 

Coll 384-7345 

LOOKING''for Th“b SCCURTi ROOFERS 

tiaa a sacand income can pravida. Eatabiithad 


Extra Income! 


'Its 


OFFICE HELP 


EatabUthad raaflng eamesnv has 
ooanmos for fuity Quollfiad roofars 
with extensiva axptrlanct >n tar 
- - poiicahona. 

ogiiH^ 
's Roefinf. 
ibami B.C. 


ASSISTANT 
MANAGERS I 

ambHfous eaupia 
irianca. Aa as*. 


UEOKGL'S BAVARLVN Thara ara immaoiat# aoaninaa tor 
BANgUK- FACILITIES 

1U21 PBTkkH'B -IKWTUl McKansia Quadra. Foul Bav*Oak 

INTERNAMONAL CUlSlNE and Rocfclands arta COMBINED ORGADI|T-CHOtD 

3 OmiNo V^MS AVAILABLE ^ *•«»« »» i« WMi fo, !fa<^ or J sap^a^ ppaWona.^tor 

SMALLOIiTarGC FARTieB B*r»a or adults wafttmg fo-Cardova Bay Unl^ Church. Sun* 

UFra lid SITTING CAPACITY tupdltman tthak Incema In tx* day morning sarvica and waakiy 
^ ENTlIiAiNM^T chanaa far atrvictno a Coienisi prKHca Saptambar 15 to Juna 15. 

AVAILABIi ON REQUEST 


SALESPERSON REQUIRED 
work full Hma tn wail a al abtlahad I 

g lint atoro In Cowichan Vality. > 
xparianca aaaanrtai. Ftaaaa rbply , 1 ..^ ..nrirm- 
in OM handwritino, stating aga, tlfiK ^2SV2i 
axporianca and salary oxpactad, n^T^.-n. 

mil. .Ml o«i« Km tfe ou^i*'j2f’,;s?^|;;,XiiV7«l5S^ 

‘•JTl . .. . _ . pool. Dufiaa maimy ctaaning and 

VICTORIA SRCURITV PATifoL '»°y'M. ! >. .<*»« - ' ‘ tRICKLAYEIK WANTED, tn AN 

rHy parwK«.i._ Mua*. nava own 


ADVLKllSliME.NTS LN 
THIS CLASSIFICATION 
MUST COMPLY WITH 
THE 

BRITISH (XiLUMBU 
HUMAN* RIGHTS ACT 


Apply m wri 
RR3 Atholi Rd.. r 
or ehona n4-44BA 


REOrSTERCO NURSES 
Full tima poakiona availabfa in Ts 
bad acuta cara unit «or R.N.'s with 
currant B.C. raalstration. Fravloui 
.tNparianca praNurad. salary in ac- 
Icordanea with RNABC aaraamant 
Apofy to tha paraonnai daoi.. Saan- 
1 ich Fanninsuia Hospital. 31** Mt 
I Naudon Croat Rd . Saanichfan 


tranaoertation. bondaoit. ovar tha r.M 
aea of IS Flaasa apply to Sulla. 
310-5*0 Johnson Strtat. or phono 
31^141 for lurifiar Information. 


__ ... _ ^ _ prKtica Sams 

routa during the aarly morning Salary to be 

- houra thus laaving tha raat of iha,*5B-Ml* or *50 1003. 

BLACK PRINCE CATERING (tY7*) dty kaa tor acN^ and ofhar ac-Tp"* •'t 't 1 u m >i7i *• 

ILtd., *51 Douglas St. 3M'*4Bb. tivitlai. Fhon# l». Cray or 0. Hod* VJA® 

IM, All MS, Mttrijt HMA. IA on, : «ln.. >, .,111 CAk»il,l ClresIMIoi' | 

' flea. Aepty National Trust Com- 


,iwT •wP^'^Suasna' Rac^lon Ream 
j or on your p ramlsaa. 

BUFFET STYT.B CATERING. 


I pMV Ltd.'/ I3i0 DouglM St. Vi^l 
; ria. Attantlon AArs. P.AA Evans. 

' 3«»*S451. I 


NURSE COORDINATOR 
REQUIRED 

For )0-b«>d inter m adiata and par* 
tonal cara lacilitv. 

iMtto Infarattad graduaia nuraas alif'bia 

area, '•"ona, ^ raotstretien m B.C Ftaa»a 
OMiv to- 
tha Adminlatraijr 

i:r»r* 


Exparlencad S#cr#iary*Racap- oentr'n. taii wiixm 

lonlst — succtMful applicant *^*o"ry, Ltd . Bono 

uiil ba a matufti railabia sart* *9^1 ITO-STO? < 


work with a t3**3t3S anyflma. 


RE*! 


S foh. _ 

angaa. B.C 
VOS lEO. 


__ APARTMENT 

jmm ■ rw»». _I EXTRA EARNINGS MANAGER*JANlTOR 

^flopping centre melawhana ^TERINO iNt ar# looking ter rgiatora—onal SHtol^shad dreg wa ortouetti PARKSVTLLE 


will L. 

siaiier. abia to work with a *3** 3i 

minimum of aoparvision. Aptf* rw r*MAr\,iATe ^iwcsa 

luda for figyraa a moat. Start- .. **^0* ®J5*Oit*TE NUDSES 
ma uiarv s75d and parr tima positions ava ■ 

0 Third-fourth iwr CGA student tw thoto intereatajd in tho 
or aguivalarrt ■— soccaaafui ap- 

oi'canf wliTto a rasponsibia. In* 3*^ L^a, 3 0B*i 3 7 AAon 

duttrious individuai.^utiaa will ®av to Friday I-j p.m. 

?ii FFRKER’* JOi^STON'CrO. RE 
A**5L*{2hf’»5 * *'''■•• au*'*!'*® aspbait shlnglar* 

iAiarv cammSnillraHwfth^ shOktrs Topl^neflts iiwJ 

TTo Bw SaTloSSla^Tc! 3«7**ilt. IMS Bianahard 5t. 

.FSTUWATOH FOR GROWING 
_____, 1 censtruetlon campenv. Spactaitiino 

Teller/Secretary ■ 

in addition to being respenaibia ter 


Victoria Frtsa Box 199, 


I IC I I A I Banguats- raca^ioaa, oartlM. Raa- or two actlv# and profMSipnai poo- ■ al Pfoducts for Adirimant managtr roouiraad tor wLui/l? tho^indlvTd^ 1 gp mppaV MorwAiuir vuamtpg 

USUAL 

jregulrad, .*. 


---- - --— ilTI Summar Homaa, Caftagaa 

TEDMI OF FVDttCATiOH and Rasoris 

- - **l teurlal Acoommodatton 


tuaiiy « 
ouatflon. 

AH ciabna an arrer in ,^>ca- 
non snail ba mtoa wtthm 13 hours 
thoraa^r and if naf mads tfUU 
4 to conaldarad. Na claim «dn 
I eltowad tor mors than ana 1^ 
- rtlon not far arrors ,not 


mam. 

All aaftmatai af oaaf ara 
imats. Advar t t^ win ba 
wm tpaca actually uaad. 

Alt advarftaina copy win 
uct to the approval of tto victo^ 


A.P. PuMciHon, (WMWJO LliB..'*' T«aW . 

DM JMII IWt VPj'Si* *»T ."9 "-|»«,.tai 

JSf^/tnSpM MM M- 

■lUxrtitofnant 1 3w Apartmania le Rent, 

m thT avanf af arrw- occurina' ynturfnSnad 
ml itobUin^ > a. FubU^lanallOS Fumitwra fe Rant 
(Waatom) Llmitad #wii noT ax*l« ApartmanHWaniad 

and Off^ ta Ranf 
197 Houeekeapiflg Reemi to Rent 
199 Hautakeealng Reemt wanted 
til Houeaa to Rent, Furnlai^ 
flO Heusaa to Renf, UnfumlaM 
313 Houata Wantad fo Rent 
196 Room and Board 
191 Room and B^d Wantad 

193 Rooms to Rant 

194 Room! Wantad 
364 Sharad Accammadatiana 

FIttANCIAL 

raaarva tha rtfht.lSI Automablia Financing and 
In Its so'ia diKrtfion ta ciauity. Inauranca ^ . 

ft pact or Intar* copy tumiaiiad 333 AAortaaaa Laana and Inauranca 
All advariiiamants must camafv 2^ Mortgaeaa ter tola , 
witn tto sntisn Columbia Human 330 Parianai Loana and Inauranca 
Riahta Act This act itttaa no ad* 2U Wantad ta Barrww 
wartlsamant may itii# or Imply a- 
prafaranca. Hmhatlan or aoaetfka- rial BITATE 
tkm an tha 7^^„®®®JJ5®??.V.360 Acraata for toit and Wantad 
colour. tMntai iuainaaa Qoaortuniiiaa 

Irt iualnaao Oppertunmaa Wantad 
UJ Cammarctar ar indwifrlal 
Fraa^taa 

IS toun^**Han^ and Frapartlas 
370 Ixchanaa Rati lafatt 
3w Parma tar tola a^ Wantad 
3U Gartfaa tar tola, Rant, 

393 SuiT^and Freaarttaa 
SO Houaaa wr tola _ 

*3 Houass wantad ta Buy 
R LiFinaa Can^iad 
M Llarinaa Wantad 

71 Lots lor tola . 

3t4 Mainland and OubahFravInea 
Froaartiaa 

373 Froaarty for Sola 

374 Fraewrty WanM 

|S RmwmJa fto^Ih wantad 


PRIZES 

All on ground floor 
Fre« controllad pbrklng 
for ovgr 100 ORr« 


I to LO»T laad FUUNU 


ivHHngna ia to 
crtait a tarrific op 
IlOCT: WHITE FEASIAN CAT tha right aorton. 

• with diftingulahad faca Ilka Fakln-. david ourr ltd. 

--- Anawara to tha nama of So* I 
.. * Patrick 


Natan can. 
eppertunity tor i 


... ioatarfva at Baaa Exchange 

‘•?^®LF®*^‘?i- '5ffv*:a Staftan, Lvaii St. Phone 

?• ^ yaara rawto oimrVmco m a 393-0615. 

tinanciai inaiitufion la a p*ua. ^'J® Jirno'S” 

^Tai_aanona Control. incumbent must anlov daailne with NEEDBO_ 


I phia In tha viclntty of St. . . . 

t and TrtnMt Rd. Kindly aai in i 
i touch wHti Mrs. Dyaan. 59B-B**I.|- 


rvk«, rallflon. .. - 

OtM.' inctmry, WM W -TiK 
eoet or sax (unlaaa tha manor 
•■aiatat ta tht malntananea of aub*j 
lie daeanev AND ^r^aaproval! 
hat baan obtalnad thraufh tha 
HumanRiahtt Branch). ; 

Whfla ovary yO g ntr i^l to 
mada »o forward f^Ha to tn , 
njmbara ta the advarf^ SLSfS? 
•• potalM, wa a^i* *• 

raahaa. hawavar ctuaK, whamar 
bv rwatlaanea ar afharwte 


DOLPHIN 

FOOTBALL 

BINGO 

Esquimolt Legion 
622 Admirals Rd. 
EVERY SUNDAY 

6 ctrdf $2 

Early Bird GBmei 6:30 p-m. 
Regular Garnet 
6 Etctra Gamet 
SCBrdi for $1.00 
Good Neighbor OBidt 
Free But to Town 
Proceeds in Aid of 
Minor Football 

e^Tmalt 

legion 

BINGO 


LOST GOLD AND WHITE COL- 
t ha. named Snawna. 3 yaara ^d. 
' waarlng brown laathar coliar. 
I miaaina tinea Sunday, Saa t ambar 
iTth. Hiiialda and Shafbourne area. 
I Reward oHara. M MS*. 


B.C RDGISTEHED 
NURSES 
required 
Jwan Ba Fuca Hdaoitaia *m 


totoslbla eook. Ntahf aWtt wwn. I 'Tty!???* ; Incumbtnt mutt anioy daailna with **^SpED CLE C TRiCI ^_ y.p 

ViJj-tlma. Apply Ul Eapwlmaii.Hcoalna Corpora*.public and ahouW ba able to Fri^ino Pony Raa 

■ Ganar#! Qffica. Saptambar 3B»3163 , I^Hv work wim numbart. tpurant. Phono 36X513. 

-iri ^Ilv"*****"^ VICTORIA CANADA FARMi-SK aSnSIlitlS*** *****’ ^ TECHNICIAN RBOuVREO 

P:!5l5?7:___ 1 Labour Faei la now raolatarlnalrSSU- Sto brator cwm.(9*®«’‘®«ca Call 3M-7ia 


, LOST-SMALL 
j Tomkinaaa, bra* 


EXPERIENCED 
JANTTORESS-OR |t,ct 

Downtown area, avaninga. must ba Fool 

.... 


own transportation. 


In a ptrmanant Hiri-timt aftor'riobn 
iboaltlon in a prograasiva axiandad 
neutered l>T,icar# heapnaL pSiaa submit vpur 
brawn with Mack faat, appilcailen to; 
laii ano ears. Near Canttnniai i 

Farig Central 8aanlc^ Reward, i Fartonnai Cb-prdinater 

_i :5is!nj.- 

LO«T TuetOAV, CHU«CH »D. ‘ Vlc,5li°T(.7 TIM» Tn Ft.M 

•arty mornini dailvary to Coleniit 
aubaertbtra In a p artlyant and raai* 
danfiai araa. Phono: Calwlat Or* 

culation. 0. Hodgina. iImTiL_ 

jCHILD'cARB. LOVING ANO RE* 
LIKE Mf:ETINC PEOPLE? ■ *«ma*6'a woman 3 davs por waok 

noma or ours. rafOrancaa raqutat* 
I. Fhon# batwaan *4, Thura to 
-itT 


ine vivioniA uanaoa farm|;u,^ ancTaSflll^*** •***■ tv TgCHNi^AN — 
. . Lobeur Fool la now raalatarlnal/*12?i*r*® r^,*«oarlanco oaaantiai. Call 3l>7i: 

Tj'ssr t,-,,. sTfm, ... 

piaaaant staff. Hours — 9:3p to Ptraoni should aeoty. Tfanapor- 
3:36. axporfanco niraaian Fhena’tbtloft is a oardcviar aaaat. oaan- 
Harrla or TAcNauontan at Itos may ba In fruit and vaaatabfa 
— --* -- -- lardtnlng. 


Martinutng. 39J4913. 


.harvaaf, oraonheuso ta^di 


*917: 


.34 


CLERK-TYPIST 
Raouirod bv a cenatructian auoBlv' 

- . .. 


SALES PERSONS 
and AGENTS 


ehickin eafchTne -am» oenriTtofm 

work. Expariancad iraa abocara .j'? 11* SS weak to aiarfT^ 


Excall 

tartlia 


itant com p any ban.t 


ut. 4 whita paws and choat. Nama, 
B^s. Whitt fita collar with a 
load . Raw aro. aaMits. _ _ 
LOST 


DO YOU? 


FEMALM BLUEFOINT 
I. about 3 vaara aid, an- 
twora t<a ^sty. BlaTr-Shair 
' araa. Raward. 477-4503 attar 

'XevSlu.-iiEO'jACKtT WITH LIKE EXCITEMENT? 

^ UKEACHALLE.NGET 
MW4 «MnlX«m. _ IJKE TO MAKE MONEY? 

tx>if - MAN'S COL'o'FRAMeD CALL, 385-M6I 

V ra aiasaaa. Ytcinity of WHlowt 
ark or Oaoraaa Bavarian Raatau* 
jram.^MB^._ 

I lost, black female'kitte'n 
( iav-Cadw’ him Cd araa. Miaaad' 
tarriblv by Oaxtar. 363*903* attar 5 ‘ 
or waakand. 479-4M3 after 3 a.m. 


VARIOUS 

POSITIONS 


,Sun. 3934371 

- — .itraia-waltar’,'' Exoartan^ 
only. Ptaasa aopiy to Mrs. Brawn 

S ttwaan 9-5 at tha Cuckoo CmkA 
rstaurani Town and Country 
SfdPPlng Contra. 


From $3.50 per hour, two 
tri-cMiia, Miy'new compBjiieB. CbU Stove 
found piaoaa Phono 385-4015 OT Tony at 
388>7325. 


missing in CENTRAL SAANICH. I 
t-vaar-efd mala tri-celllt, 
mlatad, 

*534B96. 

LOST 


IN 406 BLOCK MOSS. 4 
...V—.. old. ymita kltlM with tray. 
■pets. Fiaaaa can 3I**I1M. smaiila_i 
raward. _ 


k Watartfont 


NOTICE 

OF COPYRIGHT 

F F. Fubilcahena (Waffa^n) Lim- 

ST 'VM.!! d.ysr.’i.s 

;’i,rN”i'iSTW*Ss’fl5V 

FART ONLY el any such tdvar- 

tiMmitot epnaiftini at IHuatr^wi. • .. . 

‘SJEL-rtSSi'k ->.7 '—'—mmSm tiXa Sm iKK. 

SSCT^S,. 

, —a Km,—,»MV If Ml. sj, 


^GINBERS 

irad FrofaMionai Enginaara 

_ __ Civlhatructural eriamaflto) 

LOST: BURDE-TT-COOK AREA. 4- l‘*‘nd !« 
month-old. mala, gray and whit# chaifonglna litld 

Kinjn^HM ».«, wm, -It. Ksj -•?. 'Jf-SSSi: 


SUBSCRIPTION 

RATES 


622 AdminU Rd. 

SLTVDAY 

Early Bird 1 p.m. 

5 carQt — $2 _ 

Reaulor Games 1:30 reading glasses in 

i .wv ^ AacokOf, or Coder 


i3l^_ 

LOtf: NEUTERED BLUEFOINT Vl^Ta'F^i 'lfox'If)'rie Tatar 
I SiamoM cal. K*Mari area. Ra* than laetamow x. All natatia- 
I ward. Photo 477-5153. tiona «^i M conductad In tna 

.cdnOdancd. 


raoL - .. .. 

Canada Farm Laocur 
30SM Daugiaa ~ 


JOIN THE NAVAL 
RESERVES 


I position raawraa pravwua aioari , 
a I anca In accounts pavatHa. tiiinel 
S'*' and ganarai offica dutlaa. Mln.-; 
' mum lyolna of 56 wards par mWv' 
luta. Sand writtan raauma to Steal 
• Bros. Can^ Ltd.. 3010 Qdvarn -1 
ani St.. Vkiorla. VlT 4F), Attn, 
j. A tkinaon. 

Obpertwnitiaa tar y«pna aaopia t7l sales and CUSTOMS CLERK. 

- . raouka an anargafic M aoH- 

- . — moiivatad earaen to train as a 

.. - fw twr-ili^ and Cuatema Clark. Dutfas 

thar an-iha-lob kbinint on ahiaa or; includa counter and talaohoto . 

“•“cjjs?? H'is£fVTa*n\'r AsSLTsss:' srsut. 

uary and pfekub af ptpara. mainta- 
nanca of Cuatoma Bond Papa's 


I paid while to^ii 


gamina a 1 

a waa* for 


IXi 


7045 


C irad for Townhoosa Conveiax in y/y 

Ml^h UUmiM OlM —Ml.#— . 


art suppllaa. Approx. Is hours 
waak, Mutt hava food knowtadga 
of art matarlait arid Pttt tain ay- 
parlanct. Appiv In writing to Vic- 
torta Frtaa Box )9K __ _ 

NIoifT 'auditor 

Now dmvntown Motor inn 
axpariancad (NCR) 

Apply In aaraon 
SkaoL_ 

ESTIMATOR FOR GROwTnO 
panatruetton cpmMny. Seaclaltiino 
In raaidantlat and commtrciai ran- 
ovations. All rapIlM confidanhal. 
Vktoria Fraaa Box m. 


tirad pdrson wfMna to work __ . 
during growing aaaaen. with mott 
of tima off bafwton Novambar and 
^rch. 

Rts' ' 


and a Clean drivari ikanaa 
Mntial. Fiaaaa jpotv In w?1i 
victoria •raaa box W. 


n raoukaa 

night oMOtor. 
& Outbac 


ARE YOU AMBITIOUS? 
need mortav? Art i 
Vt you.praptrad to 


TIOUS? YOU 272:,l 
you bortdabto? 

> aearid 1 weak 


GIRL FRIDAY 

, ^ ^ I Farmanont amptevmant tor a ear 

..aery to Box wflh raauma af pro* ten to bOrtorm varlaua offica 
vioua axporianca and nawriy weaa-dutlaa involving buiidlna construe- 
txpactod Itlon including kaaoino books to 

fM aki- .‘/IST,, "" ;Triai Balance or hlghar. Appil* 

BLDG. MGR ;'•"** ."’«•* ^o bnam. Any axpan- 
conatruclton wwl ba an 
CDLWryVi '•♦•fy commanaurata with 

Immadlataty. Call Bill Mt^ton. aacratary tor email 

toaapray Fropartiga Ltd., dally downtown law office. Com* 

16*11 3M-3124 awluafyaiy., 

ua'thbp—B stBAMTHirK ~AAAA, Y®« sound 

FEIFONIIBLI MAN fjfnt anorttwnd rodulrad. Fravlous provon mathbM tnabfina you to 

.r.r«TNrw"!!iE«5r 


ADVERTISEMENTS IN 
THIS CXASSIFICA-nON 
MUST CXJMPLY WITH 
THE 

BRITISH COLUMBIA 
HL-MAN RIGHTS ACT 


BBTV 

• lacF Braa. 

Real Estate 
Career 
Training 
Produces 
Success 


BUSINESS 
OFFICE HOURS 

Mondoy to Friday 
8:30 a m. to 5 p m. 




month. Ml ear year. 

Canada. *0 eanta aar em> Mto 

Oytoida Canada, I1JB aar aaay. 
IIB.to aar year. 


Scirds - $2 

Extra Games 

5 cBitU • $1 
No ifRntog Lbpb Thdii VA 
FREE BUS TO TOWN 


HIM Crm. 477-52*5. _ 

LDSfr WALLil, BLACK 
laafhar, Saet. it, i.O. uroantiy 
naadad. srMdt*. 


RESIDENT 

MANAGER 


dran, 

trtartca an aaaat. 

CPUPit. Ratorf .. 
at time of interview 

Press Box 1| 


Utfttl,, irHMMH ■ iL—wil 

NE\*ER A DfLL MOMENT [Silii’' 'Hi 


Mailing Address; 
.Victoria Press 
P.O. Box 300 
Victoria, B.C. 
V8W iN4 


PHONE 

DIRECT 

386-2121 

TO 

PEACE 

YOUR 

CASSIFIED 

ADVERTISEMENT 


iwntT 1-4... 

Nanaimo lO-VU 

/totaia 


Gorge Soccer 
BINGO 

EVERY MONDAY 
ST. JOSEPH'S HALL 
745 W. BURNSIDE 
FIVE EARLY BIRD 
GAMES 7 P.M. 
and Bonua G«mM 


Art you pro 
tfaining? if , 

I ’'?I1 * pi. 

IMATURE FBRJON. WITH B5TABLISH60 ROOFING vwm- c-. nf/wir—xiina VAai MAt.i."i naopla aran^f hnm ttou'AfA rr^i 

'SrSTm£ii^iSnS!!‘ ctXi5,*taX-i«'5SrM." 

‘'S'rRrr-vwa'. ss-teia., St ssr,? J .iel''?-"?, ^ "'’it' 

5»,sSf 


LOIT: SEFTEMBER IS. GOLD ID 
Iraceiat. inaertbad Susanna, vary 
aanhmantai. Raward. 355*5534. 
LOrrl LOtW"TOOTHrFRfNCM 
hbk comb, •anfimantai. Reward* 
I»>I74B. 


Building Manager 

Naadfd Imma^ataty far vGaviia 
iMildfnf In Rockland frinta area. 
TMi axcaltaflt full eulMino naad* 
matura. ratbonsitoa cauafa. Call 
Bill Mtodiatwt at iaaaarav ^ 
tIaa Ltd., dally. i6-13. 3to*3 


S nignts ear waak. Reply 



FULL-TIME 


FOilTION AVAIL* 

harmactot aatlitant. 



i;i'Sgofc"a.»iy!ri'NT 


'^^^WtooMdav I lima, from yaur homo Miilna hioh 

_ rwrusdav- J9b*Jl*3. Quality Itna of eoamatic* now to,--- - 

NO UNDER»» 

Plus Mln. JgcIiixK $100 A't^* matubb wr» 


EARN tIOdlON MONTHLY, FART 
lima, from your hem# saiilna high WANTED- 
ilty (tto af eoamatic* new to.iar tar fa 
* •'kforr--- 


-I m-iAik. pMOLiptLE FOOD OIITRIBU- 
ftu raoukaa a brieht. aufgoino and 

KS.%,ris;ss;'.r' 

-- 

JANiTOR JANITpREt* FOR OF-1-2?T*® r.*!!^** ■*!!: PWtA* . .'JK. ntorfical oHka. 

net ctaanlnf. 5 nttm w ' — — ^ . 

Fhoto batwaan a a.m. and i 
amy. 393*7094. 


Bob CwHum 


Bruce Caaa 


BABYJITTIR _ _ 

now In town and naad a raaeena; 
bit babysitter. Around Tefmto Ava, 


BLOCK BROS. 
REALTY LTD. 

LETS MAKE A DEAL 



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on 

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OP 

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II HEI^ WANTEU 
GENEHAL 

"advertisements LN 

THIS CLASSIFICATION 
MUST COMPLY WITH 
THE 

BRITISH OOLU$lBIA 
HUMAN rights ACT 


to aftor I 
Icheol 

, -jW caamatks'Fhoto las-JT' 

bat^af Look at this ft H*i « uma* aaVtubb u,nAA*u 
battor. Fhoto !93-*iW. 5*7:36 b.m. 1 

MANAGER-CARETAKER f^toi4 afttr 
Imail prograaalva camaany ra-ILiVf-iN houmkIEFER FOR 
auirat rasidant aaartmans manaa- dto ladv prafaratlv nan-»makar 
I 4*4* avlt* bvlWbtos. Han- 593-"'' 



TAATURf BABYIi 
airia a^ Kheei tin 5:#*. 


16 a.m. Fras4 Box 190 

imam. - --- —- 

EXECUTIVE SECRETARY 


>)vw'n wANiep M0un*«tM», LIV«. cmiKSiSm I Otiw i •»— 

Li.."....—'r,L>S!i 


. dvman skills an aa 


at. Rafarancaa 

Iras* Bax 361 


[-4541. 

EAEYSITTBR 


lays and t ntohts. 


raawmas to Samoth Ri 
Carp. 1314-343 Ouabac 6t 


..tiaf* 
Fiaaaa bring 


FOR 16 MONTH 




Rill DENT MANGERI 
aylrM Immadlataty to fill aosi 
in ffta buildings. Fi^ 

"fe,; 


laiatv tofiii aosHiani 

r' IXN^ivis: 

tm Itanaitard ti.. 

BBGUlRf FIRI^WITtTOMO 
knawtodaa af food byainaia. Oi^ 


.af toad bwwnaia. 

_w*b<d covar, luaarytoton. eurch 

HOC I ^"6. att* IdFiy to Victaria #iri 


taftw? ' 

FROIFICT UKl BEER FIJT. 
taatfmbadg^i f a'^k*? if a EXFf RiT 


TIMFOMRV MELF FOR CHOC > Inf. pH. Rdl 
alato foptiry, raWl saiaa anpyLiBc k W . 

Jto^hataful. Fhona ♦•r infiWaw COUFLE TO TMANAOI 

__ ^ and ilva in Victoria ASptai, nan* 

'BA>..,.~««A.',L'.AAAt --^ — ItoT tfom 1*17 larit to Margartt 

M.,C.T«*,N,N<.. r(X,J«0* 


TAXI ORIVERI WANTED. FULL 
|n^a6rt time. JdB-TMl, Monday 


IXFERIBNCfO LADY 
|yjr^Y*K tait Homo. Fart lima. 


MATURE 

littinv t vapr old tr^ 6-4;3p. CONVEYANCING SECRETARY — . 


COURTENAY AND 
NORTH ISLXND 
Wattcrati AAanwtacturino Ltd rt 
i Qu-raa an atoroatic and^ amblliau* 
e ftia* Rtpraaantrvp to work Tn tto 



Zvix KArTKi.’"^- 9atory*%S»ntotour^**wim 



iar ad^^fmanT^' 
pfik CLEik FM DOWNTOWN 

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■xriKitNCio MA(»iTYvi?|lw)8 SSI?? 

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carpet manufaciwrar raduirts satos 
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;to« winter «Mrant««« worit. 


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INTRODUCTION ROX 7? TMANR 
. V«u for all your fnoAy ^IM- 
HISLQR RROTHtRt R00RIN6., waicA tMt coIwsqa far fvrlflar M- 
RaraeflAa aicaarH. raUabfa ana | i cftnaftaA. _ 

- -ItJMI »m«tO •UtTwjlMAN JKI 

^; v^anH coAtaanioA for occoai^ai ^ 
I Vieloria Rroaa seal. 


IN MY I 




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tl yaar* Of MpLlTiON 'fNp ' 


THE SHY VIOLET 
13 

MOVING TO 
1011 aLANSHARD 
SEPTOvVBBR 30 


•fSact fc^naiaman Ia tout , uravTARY — TyriNO . 

comfltuAHv. commitwoA *ifmr*auAaJnaa. PNoaa afftr I;10 COMRLITt HOMC AND OFFICE 

coma p^tlai. Call: Mloaia bo- ^*^HLl»PfLaotkt>. raoovaTioAa aadiMitlofva. atvmi- 

iMA T5.00 aod n:6a a.m. Mm*. • Wn »ksiAa. awaramaad *prk ai 

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Pleose pickup con.|,?W 

signments b e f o r e »81j 1? ^ . _ ;?,5j!S!’iSJi"'?Mi| 

si^t. 26th Of ^ 

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activo an 


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yoa. 477 7311. 

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ii M.A ACCURATR TYFINO »Y EXFe ,a»pariancawHMOa^vatiw. af- 

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.....^ttfaanl 4aU5Si ''"» Wilt. CAfii. aia-MIf. _ _ _ 

oT'lT-Jt for aarf flma' youNO MAN, TS, wiu DO . ... “ ‘ 

fy IfnflXUr'Vy^ m.A, latW for monav VO-i 


HOURIGAN’S 

Floar CovarfAf la«r<»>i»i 

CUSTOM 
DRAPERIES 
—Bedspreads— 

FROMFr iN-HOMfc SRKyje_ 


Permanem Suodecki; 

Q y 47e0»41^ 


2% vtSSaJmS^ 

WHv «Mni 

Duroid Shingles 


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BARKER ' vinyl 

LAND8CAPIN(J Lm 

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All coloun in aiock. 
par aD. |23.95 

_ INSULATION 

’ .. _____ FIBERGLASS 

:;S°S-.'.n,V’vI?r®N.li!’crSS;PP-lCE PER 1,000 SQ. rr 

|RU'-4 SUO 

R20 6” S?W 

40 Bl'MNKlUl PeRMNAU'|t2g-8" SHO 


NiCD' GOOD SECOND ORTWR' 
for ona way to Now Yor*. Mo «r 
axaar^ Raforancaa. SIS-7Da 


FRI 


FROMFr iN-HOMfc * ' NOW fawn Draafratloni. aaodlAO. 

.1 i^NOORA AYR _^709) 1 r^lMlA*. aob»f aoryKa-^ 

for? o'RaVcI. ILIf'^COvYr* 
if^ia camaary warxmanaWa auaran- 
d. 4774317. 


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rouwa wim a aari^ ar! price per 1.000 Sq. PI. 
rr^ yoara awafliAea ; ^... jno 

meSTOP SMO 


Maaoory 


Tanara 


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raawirad aa manaow’ !l?,*y*iiifSinrVti hr rrV ‘a 

rlS Ol 


» TRAin: H4 IKHM. 

‘ HOTEL — MOTEL 
RESTAURANT- 
BAR 

MANAGEMENT 


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pantry aarviiai. mciudina otumb- 
ino and wvino whara aaoHcaWa. 
Sicaiiani wurkmanaAfo. Rafar- 
antaa. i3a-47)0 lidnay 
VCRSATILR HOME Ma'iN- 
' la<n#r. caroantry, ranovatiem 
■Innna. oaPOrlAo. auaiV 


DraiR Her\1r« 

WATER FRDtCEMS wWlTaASE- 
inant mada dry Excaiiam aarvka 
Du^antM too. Anaor. 3ia4S4a. 


tORENSON'l TAILOI 
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atlona. 


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IIIcmiuaBIbb 


p#>r Md. in tha Saanich Fanlntu'a 
ifa-scTi 


ORESSMAKiMO.’ ALTERATIONS 
roatvllAQ. Call 4TMI97 for oarfad - «»?'«*«*•»•• 


?i5* 5*4 Ba ’Ay^_ W* 4'V .1 ,^. 
SUFLhToR valet «RVICE 3N4lM. 

- - --^^f4. fortr 


WHEEL CHAIRS 1 

waikara. eemmodaa. ate. for aaia. 

" aXIONION J rHAKMA^ 
m KMi_ 

MEGAVltAMIh« 

eSOUl1v8tLt*S«Tf«N 
3»U<i «N«T „ 

m Eaoymalt_ 

FROOUerrON. 

RacordlAQ Sar 


STD FIR PLY 


SOUND 

oiication. 


ALliRATIDNS AND 

dona at homo. 470-7025. 


, naada .wark^ Hoyriv^v cantrKt. and anaratl^a^sn'TOM. 

UrjrwBtl 


DRESSMAKING 


MAKE IT 

tN DIRCCr SALtS 

Raaroawtt iMact \oc9t. aM^Mahad prafarrad. 4W- 
oJaifiaae Hrnw wim a ntar^oMia- 

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iforma 


ST FATRtCKS KHOOL 
naada aNar tcheoi cara. 4 d . 
waak, your noma. HauNaln-R 
mond araa. lO MT tt afiar 7 
babyiFttbr wanted for 
and 2 vaar old. 9 aftameont 
■MiBMb int*rurban.Wtik1naon 
ar 3tB74Sf 


! cablnafs. aalnnn|. oaparino. auai 

tv work^AdiiTL »S-2i^ 

QUALIFIED CARFENTER bbofISSI' 

naada work, Hourly or — 

Fraa aNiwtafaa. S4}4t04. 

NO JOB TOO SMALL. YOUNG _ _ 

K,. 1^11. 1^-1 O. N.m YOU «if M 

CRrpela aai LlRo|a«ni 


BRICK OR 

and wa*. _ .. 

^oaa laciAo*. ale. Fnana 3Si-_7t7S. Adnuiraia Rd 
2 j‘yIA«{ 'ixPllftNCi. ALL.L^THEK W€*» 

IBS* giMT*’ •"’■.£S;Lk 

llnta. 47a.iaTf __ 

STONEWORK. [^TSM. 


AiUfatlOAa, Eraak^f^iT^vFLY SCREENS QUOTED AND 


JOHN TAVARES. tTONBWO 

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' ■ FIRBFLACf“SFECIALisT . 
19 yoara a«Forionca — 47MB7f 


'•tioni rana'ri ai 
Hofaaaionaii. I 

731 johnaen 


alter. 

ramodalino by 


Fhona M. Duncan Ltd. 


TIi-'y.’ .T’LMI* I hoM.rHM 


Rttad, ai 

tadiaw. 

39^259. _ _ _ 

TEA C' iTf . “card READING. 
handwrHint, horoacooa 

poUfTmanf. ja#-T^e. 


phona for tp- 


•* »*99^,Ae. MODELS WANTED WltH LONG 

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(beardina and fa»ln^ anicca car-! MosiBC RBfS ftSomfn 

•mk tlia, a*c. Inicina Ifava.,_ 

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Movlno 


Tr«« tBrirteB 

MT7’viEW TREE service 


divorce pafers. 

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tvpad. Fhona I9a-H17. 


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c.i.s. 

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; 112.95. '• 

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LOnaumara. L#*d« tucniahad. Ea 
caiiant commitaloA Khaduia. Car 
nrtaiiarv. Can »9 4911 an Mon. or 
Tuaa. batwaon Id and tl a m 

Fll-TERQrEEN 
a tooBlnt for aaiH aaaaia futi ar 
oartHma aatd bv dam. or commia 
ifon. Car a muit. all aaoainbmanH 
WRollM. NOW undar naw manaoa 
man* MonWMi. AIM naw of 
flea oaanine t^lmalf. Cali Mava 

H umphr ioa at a M-Ta S. 

'sales CARitR'■ 

IM victoria 

for RECORO^MESSACE 

MAMUFACTURfRI^iALES REF 

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MASTER PRC 
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SERVICE. RiA. , M4nuacrial% Raaumaa. Lfttjra.; 
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Framing 

Lumber 

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le^ratat :_ 

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fEAUTtruL INDOOR PRIVATE 
pool and aajna, raafrktad avoH- 

a yiltv. Fa r dtta lia. 19a-2Si2. _2x4—02‘* Bel stud 

S' 

:»x8-8‘ 14* 


CLIC* LANGFORD i^ORAGI 

la in- lockert. sio par monin ar 
avaninaa. 479.3921 


2.71 Vonaa ! 
lerortto Gnt 


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aaynwnt Wa finance a* sa|-77s3. 

K CARTAGE, HOUSF 





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mi MW*MI •M'llM I 

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On All 

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.or AoiMlontiol or - 

— Frofaai-onai I..- - 

“Buy Batiar at Baaror" 




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hlTlATIONH WA.VT»dl 


College of Business 

_ Thar# la no wnampioymant prab- 

— --. KNERGiTiC. INTELLIGENT Btp far paopta w'm aoed oNka 
salesman RPQUiRID FOR TV aMirprlainfl man. 7>. wHF wliia and auitu^ Wa ca^prowrda 

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, __ I— . murm.lA.Im _ mjo#J 


flora, apoiianta »•}•:. 
eaaanttat. FMaaa call 9i3'7t72. 


R?.o,’iyrJ*S£.t*W 

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No Naad For lindint 

4 Difforonf Styioa — Many Coiara . . _ - 

oaiik rt<aa with approvad crault 
TOUyVilECTRI^ W-7S4S 

HARPER ELECTRIC 

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Mi'BsbUbe 

S. LAND CL FAR 

buiidlno. 


quality hairdressing. ?kI 

__... — Forma - *71. Sat* - 17. Cut* - 

lAAALL ORDERS SS. Woaico araa 3I3-4709 

TO. >?i«o'1!S«lm!’r’u7'l!S' *"* W'-l- »AiY»IT‘lN MY HWC. 

roc*. rnoM avanirtaa. «/a-iww. pra-actwolara. Monday to Friday. 

L'DtiBl«t«>rY Irantwoad Ear araa, 492-17*4. ^ 

) CARO READING IN DEPTH 
UPHOUTERY t ^ S92-1W 

Auto, homo and ooai Sunrigt, - " 

patch ioo*. vinyl top*. conyarHWa *) CDI CATION 

KMia all raaavA NS44II day* 

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AbVFnmSKMKI^S IN 
THIS CTJUSSIKICATION 
Ml’ST OOMIM.Y Wmi 
THK 

BRITISH aiM MW \ 
HUMAN RlCiHTS ACT 


imidran »0 tupoon. yuu win inv larm*<. wev* 

^‘'nr'So;i.g:,T, f.'ft"&ir.TOWX.4i., 

.« hAMiBo .mi nk IANR 


niti (IRCTIRHTItAN 


lOtOOL DISTRICT 

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SFFEOH PATHOLOGIST 


rtaada wark. 
mwnkationa 

taachino cartttkata. „—. . 
aioymant backpround in taachino. 
cMM car# work. admlMtt^ion 
orooram craation 'and amofovaa 

MOOrvlalon I can c^ you cam BAND EQUIFMF^NT 

mifmanlr narlbiliW. hard work iraitar. fa«l atpHon aaoro^d. ^ull 
end a craativo aaproach la arob hm whMif Lockina door. Aoaroe 
•am taivino Pidaaa call 394 **N IM *a. n Uoraaa iPtco. Raady le 
coun* W'TH 0<»«« •K'l-l.ll*’ "I **! 

tMk Iniwaatlno ampioymant am I "LEGACY' MODERN SHOW 
whara M BX ar Albaria. Camp. 

•rpantry and caratakmo aaaari 
•rtca./lrot aM 'i; m_kalcj^- [ and Naw Yaar* 

FRPF LANCE drummer 
avaiiaoia, (any Nvia) U vaara an Ud 190 Ouppplln 
parianca 1|2*IIL 


Carpets and 

Custom Droperies ■•—c,. nd 

WITH Guaranteed sCRVict" Sl^piictw* mo •urnar.^44139. 

HOURIGAN'S 


DECORATORS 

f»Hlnler*. P»per lUnfer* 
SjirBy PitnterB 
Waaler Rpvalra 
G>*|iruo FIllinK 
7.^{3-90iS 


BABYSIT IN MY 

K -ftchooiar*. Monday to 
ntwoad Bay araa. *92-17*4. 

Delis rncs made aii.nxr'erp 
M\ Vancouver Inland ar.il 
Gull Iklunds. Belore you 'wy 
'compare our price*. Kn 

WARREN STUDIO iquUliy. sers^ce ami Ruar:in- 

l.'eti^^htr^MTr'rraa Fall art claaiaa - Mam to do oii*i- leed aavtngs, phone: 

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---- yoga, meditation and ORI 1 

UUMtow Clad Rl BE antai dandna. lae C onari 

-d. Mornlna and 


furniture uPHOLSTIREL 
r a pal rad. warkmarwMo 


3*a-997b 

yoga, 

__ varKad^”'TWSmina' and a^*h# 

G.W. WINDOW CLEANERS - ' 11®?* Oeto^ JnJo^ 

wirdowt, I*"*'* 1i.3k''S srfe.""”'’ 

^ CHIMESP FAINTING AND 

BARRETTS RESIDENTIAL WiN-ICHINESB LANGUAGE CLASSES 
dew cieanar*. UM Glattow Avo-1 Raqiaiar now far Oyto^ !***!?* 
.ua Fhnw 34^2393 otTikl G^lary. S45 FH#ard St.. 

nwitticrv. -- - ■■ HIGH OUA01U - DAYCARE 

,'S.^TytriTo « travel ?E?^-,'d»H.'Su,.‘ic*i™riLK:2 


385-8711 


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.ec-a OA'iny* 

"Wa Cavor Ttw iNwa 
yirtori# 394 9*J» 


Octeoar 2. AH. Mu»k — - 

. •iMvr* riM a Mni mav FroararntraA a* »Mli a* t^ 
ItOLNG ON A HUImIIjAi Laavi ma9*aoa for Mrt 


t raouirad te aravidi Ifinarant lar. 
/ka to khpoi ifad, ^idran o'* 


r wNt 
M. 

Bor 974. Vtctorl* 


.V?.*yy*' T y.oman ’iaam.’homa. ofti 


Craw »uaaryNlan. child c^a. 
vardanina. cla*# 4 ikanaa Any 
Soa aoaNion ton*ldafPd. Pldifa 
McGeva'n 394-3177 FO 
ctorTa. V*W 2R* 
MAUDE'S MAIDS 

S, .oifiSOTTf- p«,.*ypmVy,«- 

darn uaon aualHicafiana and tRao- aiKironk*. toch caoraa. datjrM 
nanca. full ar Barf-tima amai a vmant. 1 

tronk* tuid Lawranca JW-TTW 
Aaoticat'on* art *0 aa jt^'tlad aftar Nva. 
eafara Saotamaar 3*in. tfTi «• 


fainting CON- -- - , 

i<ny .n %and clatilhu 

aiMins wall ca»a"nrf> art :.tv./UMe u** r* nui-u-iAf ai day Ltivo 

TO MAUI? . 

LURurkvf I and I badropm wnttB ‘ ' ART CLASSES . 

fuiiv furnlinad on boautllui tanmt Forira<t and eanaral drawing and 
cai'tanay 319-2709 oaacho*. Off-Maaon rato* availabit paiatino. day or avanina. cMidranf 

LMeiTiM”’bacMiIlinB. lawn pro' ' . now. April IS Dac. U'79. da**#*, raaitttr now for Saot. Tha 

iTatlaM a. Bobcat Sary.L* WHITE « « ‘I* * \VANT TOilfcNT A CAR? ' StvdlT- W9-I3S*, . _ 

H.SoS'’io{.W.'«l.VAT- OiCK MO.IOH .XCAWT.MO SS.'Xd'.li S:',»'.‘ir'n.S."'oSi ‘-..{""“-Lh-Sh'SK' «*, 

pind. accaottnji bpoldnw far nrxi 1 C pFMlSiANT** JcXw* For y^ ha* laiani'^hToiirwrLfl'*' * ^''**32 9043 

prtyala oarlv, . Chr r*tma> j KDLLb-KtyVMN AIN I D risARING TIMB9R C9tl -I’m. J9SMS4 day* ar 393 »93 ’•»*•"' Moldinoa Lid Wim*i TUTORING. BY EKFp | 

Oaad laiaciion. io¥H*i orUa*. •t'*''^rchatad. bulidojin*.* bruth oi'ad .avantn**: TBS, WC'RE pFCNJ ^ »®fK)aiidna injr^ 

■’I,/'«»» Coj^*"** 

»lln Rd.. J9?-71ia 3IS.79I1 


unW PROFESSIONAL TUTORING BY 
ratal aiparlancad teachar. CWmantary 
and Junior sacondary. 474-SSlM. 


BROIHCR* FAINTING 
Aun nprORATINO 

coal cactvitant. 


VwaTanta^ '3l>104S.; ' MOiHeRF fcigv a arpak fway from tna n^laf raadina and arithmatk 

MS-79U and 5e( 

GORDON OLDNALL CARFfT .rtapOTAfiMi tXCAVATING - •“FraUal* 

and Lino. W# will haip y<w lino «OBt^K>^ lyoo* ofj^r 

c«r-t.-*-.o__.L'.-0 ^•J^SyVa^.mo-Tn. UTK " DRAWLNG l^RK- 


Si ri(2,-itr.(tfKi»s.ii 
MIHU 

WANT TgBE A OJT 

D. J. PROMOTIONS 

S9G9417 

D J. tuFPiior* for fpinky* 


'•lOv a arpak away from tha cfiy madl- 
„i San Sprlna lata^. w# taaciai- »a* lit* 

«ia in *ltor;a. no “y or pnena but 

- - * - — coftaoop do havo Tutoring 

• len halo py -- —- - 

jla* Franth. n atn, naw and aW main- 
Fnona od*. S*9-233l 



•'i***!! i two-oadraom coftaoo* do h^ 

of palnti^. a r.ratdata. atacinc naM Mrou^ 

^t^fciaL. *9rm^.;g4' p„i ^ comfort. Coma and rafa* 
Lowaw “•'"W. sL^fv Laka Ra*er» Fnona 


.. IN STOCK 

ZEBRA 4000 -V«M^UON 
_ BUBINGA-MACA woc» 

FROFESSIONAL i4l David St JIS473J 

axpariancad taachar. 


w E. FERRID^ PAINTING, l^ Oan^ B t* m lEfl 
tariar arw aytartor by oaportanead uanpa*. 

;SI5rr..J? Kaanapali Beach 

-—- Maui 

COATING LTD. 


SPINKY'S 


SENIOR BOOKKEEPER — FULL Spirhr * AAobilO DtPce Ltd Tn#. 
att of book* to Baianca snaai. 9*90 profouioflai pooeta with you in 
.cauntlog. Now to arpa. mir^. ssiLiaS?. 


4 C. Campbali 
O-ra^ of l«»iriKt>on 

Whaw Dktrkt No. 93 (Saanich) »PG37r. rMCr~--v ik.Lr“ 

■•<71 y^?._COMPANION HOMEMAKER FOR UISp.tJ I InL. 

_ .... aidariy lady tn your homa, day* wapfv tha ntuaic. no ona 

FIRST UNITED OAY CARE. MAS Only Oak Bay ar Victoria araa UH. aSwSP it. 

fuH fima aa^ien for a S*G7t4i, __ ___ * p.v*r\|- 

r tNTfT*,N«BKT «.V,C1S ^HO-lTYoScSeT. Y.N.SH 

aoootMmant phorw 39P-t312 ha- imertor and aytaripr. phon# atiar 4 , ar*. all typtp ^ conerafo wort. Nc 

»woa* • a m. and 12 a m. ^ ^ «y7-0393. roadRONNERS CANNED MUSIC kp too *^ii. 39H*9! 


• I at ltd; roaaonabia ‘ ’'iJ***— 

fraa awimafoa. Phona 314-tPlP. oK. 3IBS4P4. Fag*r_^__l•viM- 

" land CLBARlNO. tULDOZINO Iradtaman, no 

CATpet Clraalsic • ?^*^*‘^fnba3*waniol**P&9^*"^ tF^Wa^rajaa. 

s5Sr.r »**— bjtuCrowiOis^l" HOV». WW**! XNP ' 

ctnt OH Oil ojrpol •» uohoHWry N o lOoroo W doU vofloo ALL fYPei 6F MlNTlNg and 

haMPOOEO .. . eiTl^TES. 5*9-1233. _ b 

ISl^O CHAIN LINK - " 

FarKfna in wira or wood 
Small loba a »aacia4itv 

477-0M7_ _ 

b'uropean^craftsman. all 
typa* ot lancing artd raoairf. 

Owwaftioad work TTi-r**. Gordon 


SHOP AM) ('L.\SSES 

Lul* Morino 3*4 -4104. 

IN 


SCULPTURE LESSON IN Mui 
tlnvooUtw compound*. SPO ' 
ino matariai* 

WHEEL 



CITATION CABIN KTS 


>ROOM GROUP SHAMPOOS 


(4-n)nBt Cootn*c'toro 


EXP. ENGLISH FAINTER 
Int OAd EKt- IP Y7* 
Fpoar-hanake- Minor Raopir* 
Fraa E*tlmatoa. Anyt.ma 479-1919 


condorntnium* on baav- _ 

iirwt y^fa *and baacn Soma vP- POTTERY LESSONS. _ - -. 

LA?Llo ..Py..OAd JOJ^ttll TO TOO «ucTO« MohMOO CIOMO.. ,enjvA 1IONS . NEW HOMe» 

bafort S p.m. or 392-7942 a*^ 9 3 W-3720. __©y, showrpom Oi»pi 

p.m. and waakanda- aak for Porcy »»avrwvii at Cubbon'* on Cook 

or loa vt moapa op.__ V DAN^Ii _ • « Pnpoa I 

Waik'iKI HAWAII. I-BBOROW oisCO — ENERGYl*' 

condo for rant, ovri^-na dancap. paty to laam 

Aiawal Canal ana GoH Cowr*a, 4^*^. j];^. jg|,. Baiift. Modam 
- -ipniflaa. Raaaonatit rata*. «tc, Na contrael Gancanargy 
2*17’ k tmA Govornmant. 3P4-39«1. 


I-4433 


Kuraltvn* Kt'fldlnhliiK 


ercaakn*. 457-120* or 


first united day care, mas j unemployed ENERGETIC for . 

avaHabta full Hma ootHlon tor a ya^ng m«i with vankla will do 47*-7i**. 
ouailNad prt-pcnooi faachar to any Igh*. Oardanino. ctaan-op. ra- MiiaitAN ltd 

-Of* with Svaar.o<dt. Far an ao- pair. Pnim attar 5. 3I2-IP9S - *^mSICAn ltd. 

Dnintmant phona 3PP-*313 baiwaan 


DOWSON PAINTING CONI RAc- cnpny ai .. ^ 

TOR. RESIDENTIAL COMMfeR-, aiiti avalfdM *0f Octobtr 3tth to 
' “ WORK OUARANTFEO Novamharnoth. '79^eiu*lva. and 
Novombpr ?5th to Oocambar Kith, 
-74 ifKi'Jklva. AMo a taw wa*ki 
baonnMd tw. Jf-djf. 


LUMBER - DISMANTLING 
vaar old mill. Ilka naw. 4i6'* ~ 
2jiie*, Haavy dmear* » 
piaca*. Ma«onad radar. 2a* *. «na‘ 
larad. 3P3-iP4a. 


I-TIX 


Parianal Touch. 


* a.m. and 12 a.m 

gru 


rr 

FA«T 

•nmornn 

CUNSSTTIFD 
DIAL 1S6-W71 


, —,_.wava got 

NORM AND BEtrS CARPENTER, <77 P:oe 

faint,NO.|SJ>: 2.Kr^“°^r,f. ■ 


WORK. 


casual 

.itavR c',^. ... -.. 

himnova raoairad. Hama MaK 
mca. 294-^2. 4n-*t)p,_Wa*iav 
'rent A KID ’ 

For odd lobP. 3I7-S594 aftarngona. 


THE ACES* 


ON BRICKIE 

by 

MAa COMN 

TtAilOAPTAM 


DENNY'S CANNED 4 
_^abii*nad 1*^. paa-wa 

VARIBI^ MllS'lcVoR ANY 6C 
cation a nd avarv^tpwa. 47* 1432 
WAYNP^J^sic 

M BL'HINCM RFRSirKR 
Bad DtRnCrORV 


MR. CEMENT 
Concratp work. 

S*^♦P27. 

FORMS. CEMENT WORK.' 
t*oot. foundation*. Ndawaik*. air 
Slav# LaPtio. 47P-47SP 

4'|rainu|t BerM'-ra 

24 HOURS 
WK DO IT AUw 
ANYTIMK 

lcb«. claanuaa 
OPinilna. ra^ationf. 


_ ’ailfreo oenest. repair 

watarproermg '^^d ra»ini»h all tyo#9 0* furniiwra. 

32 voar* of aaoorianca. ltS-19S 4. 


Handvmon 
thing). 
trudep tp da an tvo* ot moving 
Vary raaponabta rata*, fr 
timataa. 24 hour*. 9l4-4P3t 


Moorlai aad Raadlne 

M&M FLOOR 

COMPLETE FLOOR CENTRE 
Hardwood, Carptt* and Llnaa 
S33 YVlIliam St.. 3IPd343 
Night*: AI 2aP-397P-Mlka *52 4M 


ASBESTOS PANELS 

-. Utad insuiptad atbaifo* panti«. 

BEAVER FUELS 4'k 12* aultabtt far dark in ^ ty* 

rna.,,, Groan Aidtr *50. saatoiHd aidar tarns. Location Cornea. SIO oach 

N.,.m,TO 11 iiL.rL’flLSSB.iaUriScSS' 

clal rata in Icvalv cF*'R*J*roc-Ti jiglgiji. 47*-432S. 
condo at Fuamana Raporl. Baai^l- - - 

ful ground*. 3 pooit and beach. ALDER - SPLIT AND OELIV- 
StJ-«7*, trad. 950 9*r COrd. 2 r^d* w 

■ wwto'-; rr-Agv.- "'®F* t4S par cord. 74S-34$* Of 

MINI HOLIDAYS 745-42B4 


lamv- -- 


ClardeRtaf 


1*9 




.PrctHiBlIfic Bervled 
^KKSEPli4G. 'fMl^EMENT 


NO CMAR&e AND UF ' FRg^.. _ 

I Two »>ri/nQ rape^nalcif nwn nava ReteilMinf • v^rd ciMnuM, 

1 ura# truck _ 

tamper* atf Vanr ■ 

Bob'*. 3IP-24I1 an< 


AS 


lanabN 


ftlma 


TUp grmH Mrt of Jawnt- 
mg to to ao^oftUnd biM 
UtUo ot o ttna. ” - John 
tddte. 

Tbard iB much to idem In 
a rdoe^ pubUflhad book 
•ntiUdd '*Aodd •ctontiflc," 
suttMTdd b)f ena of tha 
•rtcmal Ach. »oBto Oold- 
mBB (Mai Hardy nbllah- 
fft, InfIdWdod. Calif 
lull. Aa hook la a bsd- 
dhii laiS and dtala with 
theory and madtod ef a 
oa m fiwhanaivd Rva^ard 
asaier eyaUro. lala c id d 


noutn 

♦ A J 

W IBP! 

e Q Milt 

G AI 


GIS GQITt 

GARNI GQiri 

• ARI4 iJtIS 

Gilt G9 

•oimi 

G R MII4 
G i 

♦ ... 

G RQi MI74 
VulneraMd; EMoM-Wom 
north Tha bid- 


accountino, dart llmt 
rHitmot*. Mafura mah 
Siva aiwarianra In vi 
naMO*. 392-I307. 


for tmail , 


L . „ EXTERIOR AND INTERIOR 

. I ABF as , Waad* Iruih. y>^ ^ UJi. CiH o*jniToo. raaionaoia rata*, fraa aa- 


CON- 


QUALITY FAINTING 

KAY? Lawn*, ffiid*- vacant »i.|rafa*. traa aanmaiaa. rra^wr/. 
— Eoulpmdnt tor a<l kia. ^ 

. .«OtMEir-"lLL AREAS ■ "-J, •Sfi.n'’ ,T ff 
„ FREE ESTIMATES - anytime RATES OR MONTHLY 

MMAl. m-WT. TWO MEN TO DO CLEANUP D«.!gnTOll'iTO^.f,lrt?c*^lAl«utA 

PUELIC ACCOUNTANT ' “'''•—A F**-™!"*- FrM MitiYAM., R«.l«nllil. 

Beokkaobittg. accounting, pavrofi*. two RcaaonabG rafa* D*txi. ff-arclai Mainttnanca. 

(inancnu aiaianwni*, ate 4hr4*4l ^***"**'''* Outrn. harticu|turai_ 

BOOKKEEFINO SERVICES. FI « e * . n u * n 
naf>ciai ftaiamantf praporad. raia vW i»r 'nrio h^i- , 

^■*•<3. jraa* f< 


Fra* aatimaiaa 3PS-P0d. 

'wiNOSOR” FAINTING 
AND DECORATING 
SPKifntbw In all typat of wait 
cover na 5^43^2 

(NTERIOR-EXtERiOR. 
ina. Quality work, raaaonabk. 
m-un aoytima. 

FAINTING AND DECORATING, 
raaaonabif rata*. aat;»fa(tlan awar* 
antaad. farma. NS 4*^ 47P-347J. 

LOOK^Nq' FullTMVR.'eKFeRI- 
ancad painter ~ dacoratar. vary 
raaaenabia._^ii Reban. J 94 S*4 t . 

exfer'ienceo fainter, ex- 

larKjr and intariar. wall aaoof __ __ 

hanfMd. **MOW._Itk. FhonOUm 3419._SFASONEt 

EILL CARR ARRLieS VINYL' WaTkiKI 'i EEDROOM CON- 
and wall covarit^ prafata l onailv.;dominium, fantattlc vkw. call’ r.““.-.:.tK""F»«iEEi 

Pioaia call PSP-550S. _ 1 altar 4:». 9«.4*N.__^carV° iSSyS' 


To Bane or ^99 Vaoat , 

2 3. or 4 nlfhit from Viclorl* 

wmittome* travel 

l1l1_B *n*»wrd Sf. 3P S-427I 

FALM SPRINGS 

Rantina dHua* condo on MiF'Cipat 
Golf cauraa.. F^ fKimia* ’ 


WILL TAKE ORDERS FOR F'RE 
wood. Fir and Aidar ml^ MO a 
pkkuo toad dailvarad. 47* *09* or 
479-5450. _ _ 

PF—BE ME«.CTMI aider' ’vcoro split and de 

oooor .o^ pool. JOCU^. **«Ma- l#n«i. f*"- ^ "J* ' 

ek. Fhona 112 9*9 3499. SEASONED FIR FIR.E FLACf 

... - — ---jiu® loae. Its daitvprad. 


NEW AND USPO ALUMINUM 
a-d wood window*, tharmo ano 
*.n9la nif*a aaiKUon. chaao 

^4-2M>t. _ 

PLA7k FAINT HOT 

3*45 Shflhourng 477-4273 

C...WNT^‘"jFmTY. 

NEW ALUMINUM WiNOOWS. 

yari9u* t.m* Cali 3*3-4322. 

barn' shakes. 
*7*-4iOE. 




anytime 1 Piaaia call 


Ml RfCAI. 
INSTRUMENTS 


'and I 


Waftom I 


SPECTRUM FAINTING, 
ancad pafniar*. fraa > 
"r work. 5N *51t 


HAWAII - SIN tiS^Gaa 

14 Nighlp—Air and KoW . . - -— • 

m Canada Travpl 393-919* NO 1 ALDER- ^FLIT OELIV- 

--1 ar#n with radar kindiina. 99* cord 

l*i.i{RONAl.w M-S570. 

SEASONBO~ALO««~5'^‘‘^ f'lP uiac'tion 
diiivgrad S4* oar okkua * 

Numbar H —^ Caneratyiatton* k SM-itH. __ 

tna Vancouyy cHy jCoync'i 


anniversary 
SALE 

Til End of Saof Good Viioa* and 


REPORT 


bv hour, or month, 3t*H9294. 


FROFE.SSIONAL ACCOUNTANT 
and bookkaaoar Part Hrna. R^ar- am^/g 
ancaCAaoPonabk rata* 304m. .*2rn 

AppfiBMw RoNhlra 

“^DILLON’S APPUANCE 

REPAm 

AN wwiMde bhG mwGohi 

?4-HOUR SERVICE 
47fr-&2Sl. Eve. 47W490 


REASONABLE LLEAN-UF 
Yard*, bafamanti. ak.. al* ' 

Ina. free aftir ' 

459 5971 


EXPERL 

--tlMRTO, “n VPnroBTO CllTCgl.^ W RLDCR.TRLIT ANO StASONBO 

toS'RAINTINO and RARfR NANO., NolAmlTO Vapcouto'^vIc IS* S*Ia*|.l5I''“ 
CIMIWP.. o-OMOt AM WIiAm. PMM'wtrd iMuA ..TOAMum tnl. F« 

IwlitoooM, , JOMPB MTOW.. <>T.1S1». rY.lhod 1. known m'KwiI, Sljv quality ALDER ONCY FSS 

5;.. » ,f.. ....>TO«. .l5y«,._ s_^l RBTmBD 0 U A nV-Y 5S'JK“c»,"&ul5.l '?3r’;!:53 
GET READY F<^ SPRING kTbart ROOOH* W-5431 taapayor* In Vktprla • 


P**' 

organ*, piu* levaraf u*ad 
New Piano* from S15P! 


ino* and 
prgana. 


h.e. 


rotollllar. 
tmail or larea. *• aor 
. by confraef. Fhona 


oftlmatg* 

_ - _ , hour, 

ON CLEANING YOUR 3k*PUf. _ 

’’nlS.lM ISImI;?!!*. ■" DUTCliLANDSCAReRS „„ „ 

CLEANUFS. BASEMENTS, OAR- ino., idckaria*. Fraa' attimata*. 
dana. eamaeai*. naulliw. raaaan 471-1*13. 
abig. 9*2-37N anytlmt 


HavlRf 

PICKS PAVING. 

Tn Kackioo. lgi *.. , _ 

ing. C.cMltto^ gwarantag. 


SPECIALIZING 

r.S.4n«{il5 


eiygn thg taapgygr* . - . 

:hancg tg vofg on any rgtarandum 
•or aimoit 10 vaar*. Your City'* 
Watchdo* demand* mat CHy Coun 
‘cM u*a pomg of <i* Pyrplu* lundt 
immgdlatgly to pay for appro^ 
mafoiv 10 axG# poHcamon to 


4M TIMBER 

W^N'llb 


Uoai in dMorilMd uid 

fparala mcOaaa an Uao- 

uSad tar Dm aYRragR nd 

adYinoW glay R ri. 

Tad»'i Iw4 iMturM 
■M aot*ii«a bat la Mir MR™, 
akoal flaa \ar^^ auH apao- ■ .... 

l,«.fr« .dMlpl^ ^ J2X?. N?:SrtSl221. iK 

-- caniraat- 


PaH PM. >• DW 

PaM PaM eaia 

Opaisiiv la«4: King M 


m 0 w a r * 
POinwr tool* 
and dalh^i 


able. 902 37^ anynma GARPENCARE - LAWNS. 

StS-77S3. *57 37*^ani^ma. _ 

IRGE^ 

_ RC 

^ mant*. oaradat. howaaa. 

^: ar contract. M 7*92. 


MAIN- 
tBfldP 
aaparienca. 


t-'U.EI’* BUCKED Of 
STANDING 

■ 47* *"5- _nootd that bafora there i* ’ - - — 

- - -lie - 



rVMOiORCMl- 


PUatererp 

STUCCO 


fLBCTIVf- 


Guarantaad workmananip, Sorvk* 1 CLEAN UPS no^CMARGi 
tuarantaad to aanatonar* an* tom . 

, .ncon-a j9oai#._ aaaf and lunk nauilno. 

RICK'S APPLIANCE 

t>2 Frtaton Wav. 474-13t4. 


Add# Ooklinen 

Eidafibdri. 

*'Ar opdfiiAg bid ti flvd 
ifl B minor lidacrlbda b 
tiwahlA hend with ba 
alfM- ar fiin»«Brd auU 
(poBdibly • •dYdn*riv# 
hiNid). All dpanific Md cf 
• flvd I 


ddiibldd 
meda with dBclBror loBing 
•niy ana haBit and ana 

Tha book contain* much 
•BOdUont metorlal. but I do 
flit rdcornmond it for tha 
bdflnning or indxpdii- 
an^ pfayor 

BMgrtfhCarB 


earda. ho ralieB lotdb hol^'. GlB-B 

in 

I 


v ^rka. 

i APPLIANCE RE- » 

_ . ... in. drvart. dIphwaiN 

“RlKSlStw' 

nSysTtfci. * *• 

APPUANLf POli Ct-I^R-UF 


guarani 

— ——Y-. HBHeB MWl OTRVie -"WW ’W I 

/FRIEDRICH PLAITERINQ AND mora rob^m- •??. .‘TSI? 

AND TOPSOIL '*tt^ca. Paiefuno warialWN. afdtr-flrabomb attadi* thatjrttv wncll 

a^i Throe yrd. tea ouafitv ihraddac? noma "ranawal. 9&9044. ,wiH^>rovtd o. >uftkl^ fun** 

black toatoii. oaiivarad praatgr .m.aww*.. ■ wTuiegiT ^ fdatoatro^an an 

-_i-* —~ - Vkforla. sit a load. 4n-9009. .CEILING SPRAYBp. LATHING. ttraGN 

REPAIRS CLf AM-UF. VAROS, EASE-1 —— ———"i.';.". - ‘ “ZT ’SL' tiucce rgdair*. na laa too dMii.' iniwrod 

W4 I'JLw manta, oaraoa*. howaaa. hy haur'GiNERAi LANOSCAFING AND 47T-a4«*. ... . 1 iiavaa — _ — -. 

-kuum./if|iJs;'«Fj^i^ac^7*^_‘s;ss'.:?s;sr%us..9*^^ “oii^an FLASTiRT?^—l:?tj£rt»iSLj?inWcity*3' 

mfrad. Ai*o a^k ua jlianof man AND EMPTY ?aiSSfi*M?ar*4 **_.Lath, alaatar and gtucc o 47S-a*7p. ivi^SITMctK'Tl'nliriJi? S M BlIUilS 

’*"• '"“"•*'• ...iticiN»D;u-...DiNe.._ ".r«r*Yi^ 

- - • -•- — torthk InfkmaiiQn rapardina C'lv 


TED STANDING 
-ka« paid. MS7*l) 

tkt' W iMifelman an ayr - *li inG CONTRACTS .WANTED. 

“is; ?Krt:?cJsirr, 

lava# that eoHcaman ara hirad N f i T A N 0 * NO and PtLLtO 
eia "Kaaa Law and Ordar" and I'mbar wanfad. ** H *4*. _ 



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M.M — C*aan up. arunina ate. Oprdaning 

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CONSTRUenOS I.Tl) 

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lurrciit Ltd. 


Musk Gallery 

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A.NNOl'NCES 

The ofiening of our 2nd kwa- 
'non. Oxne and s'Ull «x»r 
dini'ntrmTi Btore <>n Ihe niRin 
I floor of Standard Kumtiiur. 
7:i7 Yatp* 


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tool* and tnaw haw to u*g fntm. 

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LAttl * *' contract, pmHiS. 

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PIANO 8. ORGAN 
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21 Tbougktt 
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36 Win* do- 


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44 Confinai 


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catdy 

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maiy 

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star 

82 Cupolai 

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86 Soda-brirw 
dapodt 
89 Annoys 
61 6ria' brotl>ar 
12 Soman god 

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ROAD 

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$1546 

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$2166 

XS650 8ptelal 

$2496 

XSTSOSppcioJ 

$3096 

X51100 . 

$3666 

TRAnA 

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$1386 

TY125 

$1169 

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SAUSLTD. 

I363.ua8 IMOaSSA 

626 Yatn St. 


PE 250 
PE 175 

We Hove Them!! 

Now at 


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816 Queena 

DL40643A 


DOUBLE EAGLE 
CAMPION 

jOHNiON—aoao auMNia 


iffy Mytm 47|. 

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duty lee. hvdrauik MeerMrq, heed 
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MARINA 


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Super Qearout 
Prioee 
on all '76 
Moddt 
NOW! at 

KJ KAWASAKI 

2940 Douglas 

3854)323 DLr4)1636A 




By R. A. POWER 


MCdlOAL 

INSTSDMEaVn 


MUSICAL 

INSTRUMENTS 


REPAIRS 

We have Veneewer lelend'o mi 
comeieffffrjMir tecliftteff tor eri 
end woodwmei. 

^ISDN'S 


UUlweraMi MS-*72ff 

Start Off Small 

with an eosy to buy 
used organ from our 
large selection. From 
$495 up. 

Ask for Lann Copeland 

SOUND or BJUSIC 
PIANO AND ORGAN 
CElN’i'RE 

1517 Quadra 3834)239 


EATON'S 

Seecloitetff in 

HAMMOND 

ORGANS 

For Over 10 Veer* 

Pour Teecherff Aveilebie 
Uee Year ieton** Account 

AheM Fleer Eeton't 
Homo FurnlehlhM Building 


1# MUSICAL 
_INSTR UatENT S 

STEINWAY SOU^ OKAND. 

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GASH FOR 
USED PIANOS 
PHONE 383-7141 
LOCAL 230 

iANO INSTauMENT LEMES 
Toe euetitv now end noer new 
bend Inttrvmenis ei reoeenetiff 
rotet. All Mymentff oepiy te 
cheM. Charecx end Meeter Ct 
welcome. 

FAMUS 

Mw^cei inefr^n^ie 


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_.. . Rlffch, fim end ue 

Frevleueiy owned orteni ids ond 

Z. I.Z. elov Theme* orgent 
IlMS end ub 

BERN IE PORTER 
MUSIC 

m CALIOONIA 3C3fM 

peewit te **Ttit aeir 
Ferfc Free until 9 e.m.Tm. S:a 
e.m. 

Where Iheertlee en4 Cevrteiv re- 
fflly eeuntl 


_) 3 M447S 

ROLAND VK* INCLUDING 7M 
Lefflle. 4 menthe old. 3 menvei. 
drew beri. pre i eii. percvulen,, 
bOM peoele. Hemmond tound In e 
cemM. new coat IMOO. Aoklng 
k9 h: m mt. __ 

ACOUtTIC BN FA. SYSTRM. 2 
Toeco miierff. I tound cretttmec, 
eeueliier, 4 menttert. IN wett. 
ffiffve emp. Fhene Cliff W-0441 be¬ 
tween 4 end 4 o.m._ 

CONN ' DELUXE 'CAFRICE 
organ model 444, like 
piecentenf value I4IN. . 
i^jr betf oHer. 344>t4S4. 

6o6o 


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ceeewTOi manung Maaan racordt. 


HAU^ARIFIEXD 
MUSIC CDITRE LTD. 
rn Fort »t. 3W-33B7 

SEPTEMBER 9CHOOI. 
BAND INSTRUMENTS 
Boat rantaf rataa In town. 


Finally arrl' 
•OR TMr 
J. HIARI 


rrlvad Myilcman amea 


714 


SaveSSOO 

ON A NIW 

Kaintiman Flene — Ona Only 

Gleeson Music City 


lACH -ITIIApiVAIlUl" TKUM- 
•et, MW eefWman. Oretach Drum 
»ef. Deyata Tern, m »m> 

.tar Jan Cemea. UM. 


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ROLAND 
•utfarn ea 


UN ar iieiN effi 


B I A U T 

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WITH ir MOTOR SAILER cadar blank¬ 
er ing on eak a very tidy bnd 


BAYLINER 
HOURSTON 
GLASSCRAFT 
MIRRO CRAFT 

JOHNSON OUTBOARDS 
VOLVO - OMC 

BTERNORIVR9 — TRAILEFS 
ACCESSORIES 


Powercroit Orntre Ltd. 
2820 Govt. St. (near Bay) 

382-8291 


MARINE PALM’S 
428 E. Burnside 

VICTORIA 

kH 6-1811 386-7814 


On All Remaining MERTl - 
RY and HONDA outboards 


HARDTOF. 
Cud^ cabin. 

- _ ...th m Volvo lee. .- 
. Mun^. CB, anchor, aiM 
b. Tandem gelventied trailer 




far. new 
hone Orey 


. - ICloaed lig» u . 


IJTTfRIMO: CUSTOM CUT LKT- 
^ine ov^ m itrlet. Send for Hat. 

Sl.OO for mall and han- 
^1!IP ^ dented from 

<21’ S' F^. Boi 5*1 

i?3D Oov arnmanf. VIcterle. 

'TRAfTER ir 
f^ly tali-confalnad with awning, 
lb hjp. Chrytlw wit^rT 
14^ Frmce Cratt beat. EZ leadar 
IJOS lb. capacity. ^Jjs. 


3r FIBERFOOM 
heed akceotienaMy 

we« ( - - -- 


bitHr. 

____ clean 

•eulpped. B-houte Inci. 

t13.900 


wtm electric winch, ficellem con* 33' OILL ttETTER CONVERSION, 
dition all tl2A00. 44}.|M. H>ia Imtmecuiata and «rall ep- 

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meoo 


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»' Camoloo, Command 
W OMC. uaad two taaaona. 
Jwuf*. N^ condition, many 

__'fishermen 

« flomlM rvnabout with WO 
b-P ,. Pf ua trailer, mmt 
MiMhiff watkand. All reaaonr" 
offera cenaldared. Cell 313^304. 


3 ^ fiberglass cruiser, low 

iIJSh. '***' *•*!' W diving, 

eeawtitui teak intarior. 
JIJJT^conealvebta airtra. effart. 

lO- OLBtfL'CABTN'cRuisER “ 
f h.p. Johnaen aieetric and 7.s 
SSn’ •♦OYt. canopy. 

*<480 . 3^.4511 at tar 4 p .m. 

34* LST LANDING CRA>f,"*71 
GM ctn carrier Vton p.u. ox* 
cffitent condition. 47l>m3. 


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Ttahum HerOour Box 3130 

•44-1131 Sidney. B.C 


'KONA KAI' 


34' TROJAN with 
teak dackt. 230 HF ... . 
aeunder. Endotad heed. 

has a complatat' 


24 BAJA 

—188 Mercnitoer 
—only 160 hours 
—trim tabe 
—Lawrance sounder 
—CB radio 
-eniffer 

-teak swim grid 
—9.91g» kicker 
—anchor pack 
"dual battery |>ak 
-dinghy 


MULLINS 
MARINE 

626 YMlt SI. I>0ai65A 

MJ-laa _ 3S2-46U 

ALBIN 25 deluxe' 

Famoua t cewn SwedNh diaaal 
Cruitar. Se*a, aaawerihv. tantiOia. 
lew coat operation with aaiUna op¬ 
tion. New in '74. Only 390 heurt on 
enotna. Lika new csndiilan. VHF. 
l ouneer. retridee. furnace, cam- 
pietety equipped peiiev end heed 
Oinahy, awtmgdd. phit much 
i^ff. Raaiecoment oott t»,IOO 
SaJM. All fferioua otters 


Vfffy lew hour* on twin FWC 
Chrvtiart. H and C preuure 
water, there power, hydraulic 
lebe. glen dlngm, tiy bri^ with 
console cover, thli it the reemieit 
S3 KM knew at. and ewnar te eoen 
to eftert and trades tSXtOO 

CusTomcraft 26 

Fivbridea moM wttti lew hours on 
Marcruly IM. Mlly tnetOMd 
heads, ^aas dt^hy. CNmar wMi 
eidar tredss SM.SOO 


Spencer 26 

Hare Is yeur o 
boMinq without I 
lav. siaeM 4. ar 


Atkina S3IJ00. 
consldarad. For 
>93-09U 


_ ly ra 
„ Interior and it m Rke < 
[ition. 917.990. 


qlM hull and 

mtN 1super clean, well main- 


full 


34' FtEREFORM w>d trlr. 
rMgq, 33* REINCLL sedan 
». Sn 24' CHRIS CRAFT—1941 
M' TOU.YCRAFT 
V MATSUMOTO 


iiiS 

Sit;-* 


32' TWIN DIESEL, teak hull. 


914.900 


aft cabin, shower._ 

94' THUNOERBIRD 

J V CRAAAFtON—Clean 
I' BERMUDA cutter 
30' MORGAN 


999.908 

890.908 
t99JOO 
9 7.900 

914.500 

915.500 
934.400 


HAMMOND ORGAN 
M100 with rhyth^ S1908. 9 
383-4473 


9BS-3404. 


CONGAS. NEAR 
erica SMO aekhg tE 


NEW. NEW 


71 MUSIC TCACHE&ft 

LESSONS 
ond SERVICE 

MOST INSTRU^NTS 

BERN IE 
PORTER Music 

725 CALE DONIA _919-9849 

LESSONS 


BEAT THE 79 
PRICE INCREASE 

Take advantage of 
Remaining 76 Model 

HONDAS 

at 

VICTORIA HONDA 
Harley Davidson 

3561 Douglu 366«364 

DL0U6SA 

MORE BEliTA^ „ , 

OMONGSOON 

< WcK’ld'B beat motorcycling! •***• 479.9944 tram 4 to 9:30 

rain gear. Soe us now at > — ' , • - 

I BROOKLANDS ' J 

' MOTORCYOJS 2S»^^ ““ *"* I POWTJ1BQAT CENTRE 

im FULLY 0*fS$€D I *- _ L'L^'•*"•«»..« IWL 

Harloy Davidaon "Ciostk". m “ . 

I tHw chocolata brown In naw ow 
Only 4^ mllaa. 81808—' 


toined unit bat lou of equi^ 

ment and is priced to leP. ___ ___ 

Ommt .Yill t*l«. ,m»)i tn-de. ,2^;, 

Come in and tee this broker -1 pne many athar*. Cbriapoers. 
age unit in our Bhowroom 


WE ARE 

^ DINGHY SPECIALISTS 
And carry the lereM selection i 
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Home for tRlycRAFT 

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Centre 


i ALL BAY MARINA 

2331 Harteur Rd. SUnay 

4444147 

(Dean 4 day* 1:11.5:91. 
_ cloaad Mondeytj _ 

AUSAOST N£W ~ 

I*" KEC. aniy MB hr*, an tao 
Volvo, F.W.C.. 910 laf. tabs. 

heating. 

lAM-W^ l-track. ilva tanks, plus 
many more fxtres. Rpedv to oo on 
39N lb. datkins traflar. replace- 


COHO AAARINA 

COWICHAN BAY. B.C. 

Boots for Sole 

FitNnq Guides Chertert 

CHRYSLER SALES SERVICE 

746-7909 


opportunity to ee 
s isrga cash out- 

--enctased heed, gf 

lev.. Ford eewer. greet Guit Islet 
«w»ser. aa.eog 

^^OREN 94 — 7 dev* e week 
878 Htrwour Rd. $idf6ev 4S4-5S9t 

ON DISPLAY AT 

ANGLERS 
ANC3HORAGE 
MARINA 

CRICSON 34.T (New) 

Diesel power, wneef steormo 
north sails, cockpit Dodeer. gpight 
,and roomy Interior. PlnlsNi 
teak, large oaiiav. even now 
hot air cabin heater. ' 
racer 

WESTSAIL » (73) 

A stout heew ship nttsd out for 
oft*hpre ^mamg. Long list of 
cfolefng^ttorm aait*. Large futi 
tankage. Auto Jloi. AM 
In brlstbi condition Must be seen 

S49.5Q0 

C^U^IA 8 (74) 

Allen Fevne's desifn. buHi 4i Che 
Viroinia for comtonabie 
offshore cruising. Has 3 ' ‘ 

main snd awnnaker by N 
sal Auk. Dvgn, stova. 

e*tra water Wnk 
H^ng taak, end long il« <>• 
1494100 


9ova»FMto 


VW>rYT«r •■ow 

3 hagdsjiK 
i NofiR^s 


BOATERSf 

lorpt diaeiay at appii- 
nbmg and aleetrical 


nav 

3M^. 


attar''4^30 

fSS .. 

■S'. SSo.'ISr’j.S:’**' 


_14* TM 

'8 HONDA 798, YOBHIMURA 112 9 

kit, Lester whatlSr K9l's, konis, E*tpns 
Barwatta clutch, many other fee-1'•8*1 mi 
1 turea. immaculate. t94|8. 4^)11. ,.. _ 


_ FIBERFORM Expreu _ 

"jJS'**' Atr'is?;!, bMt. .Ill MU 

.- .. , cnanical or condition Intpectfon or 

THBRMOLITE FIBERGLASS • kufvw. 

» tTi, ^ A N. 


600 Cloverdale 
385-1457 


see oue iL., 

•nces. plumbi 
supptiea. 

RBDEN R.V. ltd. 


Behin d Empres s Fon tlac ^ck Lo5^ 


ns trsiier. little used, vary 
mairtfatned, 9i4»i 434-5928. 


•-IIF YOU SELL 
you win never qi 
B oat wtndshildi 


BOATS OR NOT 
Iff a deal (ika thiii 


REGISTER NOW 
SCOTT RIAN 
BLANSM ARD t _ 

CLASSIC^ AND FLAMENCO 
euitar lasaena tor Intarmadiata or 
advanced atudants. Aiae fnaxpan- 


SvtukI RM9S. fhrat weak* of um. , Boar Mndshlldi S4S aa.. rag. $300 
Uka new. Jan^ McArthur. Fort | 14 >14'beats. Fhona SU-SlOi 

AltoarM. 7294004. _; i;. ' 

3 94 2 t3 t >M ni 
A ORGAN ^ 


. GUITAR LEOSONil 
Folk, pop. ia“ -- 

irilL.’lSK 




POPULAR PIANO, ORGAN. AC- 
cordion end guitar laaaana. Irgnt- 
wood. Elk LMa^evPl Oak. Gton- 
ford area. 


TB^BR 

•Im 


USED FAINO 


Asin ClAlfD-THEORY TEACHER. 
Toronto Royal Cpnaarvbtory Maitb- 
ad. 3844999 (IM). 


WANTED: EASS AMPLIFIER, 
contM and caaea, ear cue# ton )n- 
strumanti. micrephenaa- i l L 44 H 


fan” altoT uxoRMi^Ta^ 
cpnditton. 9190. 4nA4090. Dan 

Smith. 


HAMMOND EVEI^T ELEC- 
tric enian, 3 manual, padal board, 
many hg phiraa . ONtrs. 3 M>40^ _ 

KINO ALTO SjUCOPHONE. EX- 
caiiant condition. S3I8 er beat 
otter, _ 

STUDENT yiQLINI. YliXAS. 


ALLI: 

need 

not quick 


SJar^pftlS N 
Vick raStr*b4>: 


TECHNICIANS, 
tar raatoratlon, 
4998, 479417S. 


HAMMOND BOyNOtR. 9 
aa>^ M new, uio. M4l4l. 


F,ANo'VSSaS'*_'fB?iV.,C,A« 
Regutgtton. rjyj^y, rtlwltdlni. 

OVATION lUNBlMfJ, LIKE 
new wtm ease, 8M.ltM4B). 





ja*iL 

gw^wr ffwo. eeww^w. 


lATON't 

lOWO ^ ^Tj^^y^OPMONE, LIKE 


PMFft-tESiONB, 4^ LEytiB* 

pi*aaa phone^^ll. 


ACCORDION LESBpNS. IN- 
y^r ^ ^ m ante arranoad, phem 

fIaNO T|ISONS FQR~BBGiN 


EXPERIENCED SlftOMO 
leachar, unIvarsIty area. Phpna 
Mr* Ooraan Tnimpaeq. J/T-BtU. 


FROPtSSIONAL FlANO 

SradM^f IX^^Sft4?3i ^*****^*' 


SUZUKI VIOLIN PROGRAM FOR 
cMidran. 9^ Yaare aid and eidar. 
E. Npai 4 J8-m4 . _ _ _ 

T7 MOTOliCICXWI 


- --, , ®*fP V FIERtOLASS MULL 

ULTACO. TRIAL TRAIL Oft VtoO hortaoowtr and ^ 

strattriAOO mllaa. MW or ettqr*. t»r»i»©wsr. Full camper too. tral? 
1971 Yamaha 290, trail*. 3S hr*, on * ar and many txtraa. 477-1974. 

-..-I .y'lL" ^ COAST 

77 NOBTON ISO CC. IS SS^STi, •••YOUm.MIr IIt.M0 
triumXi s2 ct. SMI ottu-s. S*M0)7. 

U7-3Ht. _ ^ 


IZ ISdSDm’ 
stSss'sSBr 


- fJiSIS. “• **>-*• MA-NTATuea 

XLIJS,^ LOW MILe-1Konomk.l dlml. tTXau. 
CMdmw. .Mm. 797‘7077. _ 


HARBOUR 
MACHtNt LTD. 


w itoettona from our many 
NATIONAL LISTINGS 




eeicsoN » IIS) 

JuMIty triA,». ti Mut A I rwM 
*ait*, 18 hp auiL cacNptt tTnrtntf 

"WlWfc rMdy w H. 

nr.sio 

ALex chjiholaa yacht SALes 

^ 9)3 Marchant Rd. 

Brentkmod Bay 453-3931 

SAniOAT CENTRE 

y ictouia »oat «aa«t 

<*••• taliboets raadv To 
a**Y. Loaded with ex tree. 
Priced miles ba to w n«w values. 

>9$ 


CEDAR 


GROVE A 
454-231) 


HRYSLIR-VOLVO 
marina gas and dtoMt ana'nss 
Cemplata PrgpaMar and Shaft 
repair* 

One dav saryica when neceisery 
Cuatom Machine and 
31 Erie Stratt 


SAIL 

Fisher sd. bum ms. volvo 
MOJB, Espar, VHF. Saatartr. Zp- 
disc -tandar, ehowar, prasauriiad 
i>ot water. New varniah work 


H> necaisary h.p. dieeal, 
Waldine work, mluan. ilb. 
W3-4S5$!aall. 


- - , rebuilding 

149,800 ciMita ter all makaa gas 

ditsaii reasorwbia rstss. All work 
FISHER 37. bum 1973. FORD 90- fully guarantaad. 418-^1. 

h.p, diesal, vhF Saafarar. Mam. --* 

- mliiafl soac* 

tm.8oc 


1974 BULTACO SHERFA T, 
c.c.. G^ condition. Oftt 


*4 SUZUKI, 121 ENDUl 
ndlfton. under 4M mlTi 
». iisboik. 


I McOUAOES MARINE SUPPLY ' 
1 BARNACLE ’yacht 


10 ' DIESEL Y^UcSt. buHt Neva 
Scotl* ms. twin 210 hp diesaiLl 
nettled Monk design. Bum to av- 
acting raqulramfnts et owner. 'A 
ravtohly equipped yacht. M4M 

Week. ALBIN 29 dallvtrad new this yqqr 


439 3911 voi 


RO MiNTlBtrabeat er ikippargd.' 
- Asking iaall. 24-1)8' 983-S4»: 


-'14' FIMR6LASS BOAT. S3 

74_MONOA 718^ IM^CUL^E. | horsa opmijr Johnaen. tin trails^ 


ilyo )S hp diaaal. 4 berths, In 
blns.~mmgciMMa. 898.1 


'74 ELSINORE CR13SM. JUST 
ovarhauiad. Can te seen at XI7 
Quadra between w. Aakina t900. 


t99B VMSWSHA Ka4iay 

lmmecutolicondmeri7 i 
over $1480. 3884717 . 

'71 HON^ 4irr 

1974 HONOAMATIC, 


COIH 

ininga. 




-IAC*FO*M SU*F.Rl5il<, 




marine REPAIRS 


_ __ 

RAOlOS-«OUNDe<*S~RAOAi( raTALINA 

^Sdln EQAT . SALES LTD 

tpP*® .F8Fth sounder* —ooon aaaelntgd Victoria are* 

the CAT^INA RANGE 
•“ CRAFT. You are l». 

I waat Bumaida **' *”•9 *9 "■••'dct a CATALIN_A 33 

WANTED: 

coast trswiar. _ „ .. 

g^Hton and c ompi stejy . 

Phong 898teBBB. Tgg g^te 

boat, 


: 49' MINIMUM WEST Bsnks. FlSS. ffiSy. 
(Her, muat be In axi^lant *•'<*•*'’*•00. Ftemc Fiiol 
and compiateiv 


- .14'S" DOUBLE EAGLE 

![jA 

» XK M*«OTOF, Flf«EOI,ASI * 

JJj^F Jahn*pn. OB. wSw. 


A SLI9S. EXCELLENT 
S4W ar b^ 0^. 
ler 5. 


4 59-3087. _ 

NT 


77 . 

till '79. _ 
etfgrt. 9W47M. 


MOPEDS 

Mgdato Taat rido. INand Me 

20-jiTs, aoTi4quimatrDl99ftA. 


4WCC LIGHTNING, f X-114'ALUA^UM SA^L .. 

tndition, efftrs. Ftena with 18 hp Evinruda. 11188, 


1949 B8A, 4WCC LIGHTNING^ IX- 

_ c^tonf cgndition 

10 ty™ 7 after 3 p. _ 

lo H^LEY DAVIDSON ~FA . 


. TOLUVCRAFT 

crulter, eiwellent 
throug hpu t, 813.W 8. Si -4 
14 ' FIBEROlam 
windshfalb eno ■rwrin^, 
Shapt. siw or ofj^^479-34W 
14' ALUMINUM SI 

trailer, wtth 10 hp_ 

3-12" traitor wheals. 4794! 


EXPRESS 

condiflan 


sxtrav 

494-3W. 


trailer. 


Jiff 


OVER WOOD, I 
)te#H(^^ good 


1974 MERCURY SHORT SHAFT 
9J horse power, bought in '7*. 
uaad 9 summers only. Aaproxl- 
rnMy IW hours. S390. CalT after 
4, iW-4 728, 

17 * lo'nestar. split' Wind- 
•hiaid, 48 horaa Johnaen Nactne. 
naw camper top. Readruhnar trail- 

U;, llfi J'SIl. Viyisl! 

tion. 93>98 or OfTar. AJJ-oOfO. 
1974>OLLYCRA>f TW’iNBOARD, 


tr irajl- 
conol- 


REPOWER 
AT SEA POWER 

CompiaSa angina rabuiidirw 

r. 

asa-sKi. 

thunoerrird yacht'sales 

« CHB )4 TRAWLEftS 
CARVER BOATS 
CRUISER-A-HOMES 
454-58)3 

Chrysler—Seagull 

OUTBOARDS 
Salas — Farts — Sarvka 
I FRASING tOUlFMENT 
_ 914 Golostra sm 

Aiisiate 

MARINE INSURANCE 
cTreM i Ereplant Rates. Low dadwctlMos 
. S*«u '►^S^OERSON lifXrTY^)84-974l 


71' NORTHWEST. New Elac t»'* 

w- lass- Cl*****^ S'tSO 

74 SHARK, custom loadad. 4 sxiit 

M. ' «""rv.SJ ?0 

^73 CROWN, comox Cham. - 


*5' CAL. CB Sndr. )J alec Of HeW 

Itt.'" 


JJ^COLUAWIA new oower. 
483 ffEAO ST. 


In 3 


. toadte 

wo 


.98) 


r. full 

IKWO 

)M|4 


KEN I 
l-9fl3 


VEGA 37 

Sy >t»wroyte AAerk M verston af 
mis ^utl^l kaal Swedish «ru>s- 
Inq sloop with meny ettshere pss 
satM to her credit. Volvo ditsw 
cuMsm b^ and stem flttines (or 
CQR sneters, full sail invanfery, 
^ffv raeflnQ. ksrosans furnace 
etc. Eoet anry 9 months eld. better 
than naw condition. Sutetantlai 
savino on new'boat. 4i2-3S3B. even 
ingt. attar |:S8. 

BRAND NEW 

TANZER 

MILBOATS ON DISPLAY 
3T—7.1 metre (*4V»’)—3*- 
at BOB WHyVe marine 
‘•'“jni-Tv. 


DICK CHUPVfY 

uwe kymUton 


NATIONAL 
Boot Soles Ltd. 

2848 WhHa Eirch Read 

V8L 2R?!^^'(X)'^)944. 
AND AL80 AT 
Falsa Creak, vaa. 


IS- PETERBOROUGH, 1973 981 
hofjt Jonnson outboard, trailer. 
i4^ wtidthiNd. aM ^ 

, trois. spare llraa, r 

canvaa cevar and 
lf.808. Can te^Min 


38' MONK DISPLACEMENT 
cruiser, t e m mgn d bridge, full 
crulstng aquipmant An acpnomtcai 
.. sate and cem- 


I ivra lu 

ER CRAFT V-driva, . - 

-- 3 wav Ifidga. 


all weather •••« wna w,,’* 

fgti^. End at iaaste. ariced at 

\lSlf SIMPSON MAPLE BAY 
_ 748-9)43 

haafar. 11977 BaylinVm VICTORIA 
acutaia'?)) VvY®. ir'-*. 


11408. Can te aom at*Slu HaSi! 
St. or phe ne 38 2 ^5 ar 3 84 485^ ; 

14.4' IAn'GSTERCRAFT.' ^O H.p. 

■tohnaon (1974) manual. Trailer.' 

1974 CALOLASI TTW 188 MERC.. 
Cuddy cabin, stave. Icebox, sink 
head, sleeps 4. full stendup cpnvat 
lee on beck. Mtibm Minted, i' 
dinghy. ifgN firm. 47 (mP otter 


Comer Ka rbgur and Res th av en 
» MORGAN 


cTSl."’*-''' 


aBSi'.stair' 


Late model 


NTWOOO BAY ^CC . 
ai if' HOURSTON, 90 


ISLAND DRITTER* ‘ 
23' MOTOR SAILER 
at Squire Boat Brwaratl. Ouifr 
Mar^r^^^na Wavs.^ Hate 

VICTORIA H^DA 


I834« 


»OWfcRTOWN M.C. 

sarvica ta ail Matm. Hi-Farter- 
manca parts. SSwfSse 6l*9t49A 
414 Granola. 


waakdiy* _ 

SUPtR ^IKI, t979 Mp940A < 


1977 YAMAHA XS4M. 1^ 
axcallant con^ton. 91908. 




J'LiMliHiintBouno, tm 

w D^w en^r. ^e^q^y. 




fiV m.- 


1971 940 HONDA, 


cu4*em Mint, backrest, m-toto 


lNTED - FRONT WHEEL 
front tolkefseembly (or '74 
' 948. m-^. 


WANTI 
oni fr 

Monte_ _______ 

^^v^e ^nsiagge. 


siaifta! rMiVF’fflw 




BICYCtBRft 


SSSl, 


q I ■ 

Wka. I 






. 1l3-344-93a3. 

IMA4ACULATE 34'I ^ 7 « t . n 
Otters eensiderrd. I ^ ^ ■ 


troMsr, ir . . 

_ —_, - . treeier, 18 ten A ilcanca or better. 

14*4" GLEN L. 340 V-8 ENOiNf,. Forticulori ts Victgris Press Box 

FO tMk decks, gvytler 223 FWC. 
low hours, VHP soimder, trim 


JV'M «X4 r*® 

Brlgga pte 4K^. 477^44. _ 
JOHNSON " 4 horse" MOTM, 

tan DIM TDAILill,' 


rSWSi?" 


,)?« 


aiAMCBAFT )<•.' CANVAS TO> 






wan’ 


fate, new uphetstpn 
taWe. c ounter too stove ._ 

}fAS3f'.a,\ja2W*i.:4^ 

1*^^^'74^^*^ a^SUtey. Fkane 

i^ACU^Tir'Ml’ 

lerttet Ifri Rsinall, 
avary extra, 
dlna my. te a* 1 

INK. 

9.1 JOHNSON OUTBOARD, NEW 

9.1 AMreyry lent shaft, Jahnaen 
contrclrJii-iOr^ 

ABteO 



JA_ 




H'l 


— rriHwai I. rswnsfwn, 

TfAr Johnson elec., 4 he Johnson 
•hlTi •hi_4"8*n4* sound. Needs 
y t'f'n 383-145). Me 

biTya 

-edte I 

•M Vi 

I Deugi 


IAl 

„ ..qrk, 
Mercury 


utsts'33i Volvo InbMraoutoosrd. m 
itrai. hours. FWC. get detgetor. 44 chan- 
noi CB, depth eeyndar. many 

extras. Boat house ksoi. 134.500. _____ 

_ SAANICH lumber YARD 

WANTED - 45-14' DIESEL FOW- hsh, 

•rod meter seller, or power bMt. 

Suitebietor itve-aboards accommo- 

datlen in S stateroams. 992-9178 CA*J***®"*^** Oauglas St 
avoningt. ,»»-34M. _ _ 

20' INBOARD PliVRGLASs'ii** 

'.'SL'iHi 


iiTUb. 

tJ 

-.Jr, _ 


1947 9l MO RIEFOWER 
Cvvaler, tttctrk start/ tftN 38 
— atsctrlc start. 


1 7 

full . . 
trailer. 




ar . yi jg ifton, tig,,£8^. 

94' FIBMFORM BAJA ’c6^ 

after 4 e.m. 


HYDROP^E. 
p^axcentn* e 


•iC" iSilii 


UB! OR BEST 




SUPER 

14' stumlnum bap 
horsaa e wfr Marcyry, 
8879. att-lfTt ar 9IM411. 


BOAT AND TRAILER FOR BALI 
cheap. Muat be told. 9tt-94S4. 


gAOaiMTft 


A 


1891_ 

"REALITY" MONOURaT' W* 
tecany tall beat, hull and cSbtr,. 
44 X 8iy X f, Todk decks enti 
cocteitL Planking ajMiient No 
Rsoi, t4>9e gr bast aflar 993-43)* 
S^ingi ^ 

loDAY'iirc'OMMIIsTbNBO IFI, 

i-arymann dietti. seundar. kn«i 
meter. io8. raate. etc. Thret'sith 

ICKOWN n. NISOID FOR RAC 

^ end crutslhfi large Inygi ff afy. 

4 tails, state, knot meter, X.n 

__. , ogMi Marine survey risirt,> 

1^ j^T i ”1!??” 

WATirw iOTH V*iiY'cLlAN AND SSIU 


BUY 

8271 1977 9n 
18 heurs.i t 


ceiient candttton. vary raamy.fgm- 


^^ijN'enAirtr r!clSI^i£: 

ijOjjSiSipN jr (xtrimilV 

ra.m. •«. 

catamara'n 

P. igat after 


IAILBOAT., FlEEROLAIt 

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TANKA. 


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CROWI 

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GOOD E?cPi:KiF:NrM>IGREGG FURNITURE 

AND ACF V *?!. 


a\MKR/\S 

90RIKS. 


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fMtpntbN 
trM. ^-04*. 


s Photo Supply 

IbTS DoUKlitf 
T!0-;U3 or .IKUl.'l 
TllUnS. AND l-BI M 

LANUroilD srOKE 

.-«( -fn-io*.- »W (K)IDSTRI.A ;.1 

tTi-TIU 

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«ntftti^ intt- 

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FUitCA O^r* X i% RQti 
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modal, Slif Auto Tamroo lana. JOO 
mm. F^tax acr^ w raad. iiv 


LUNDS... 

Buy or Sell 
jYour Furniture 
At Auction 

386-31 
‘ VILAS 

Tillicum Furniture 

Hiiiaida Utaadino CanNa 

595-3331 


aiApi -A" rmitiii iica 

LMirUmk lA II .W •. 

_ ***•__ 

CLOVfN taONlY UN>A»- 
muad «*c tb. ovK ■ lha Laaa Hr 
7|c lb. ki vour containarA C^ard 
fKAbaa f«r latly, wina. ate, AK lb. 

Macs. Oaidan. Datid^ laartana 
Uc lb. F^ma and Tan%Maaa ^ 

» . Hali*a Farm. 4449 wad taankch 
d.. HavAi oak. 47v^. claaad 
Sj^av. __ 

FKCtH HONEY SFECIALS. iH **'*• Ndi^ad r^rar Vltt) ^?nu( 
tub S4.& ID Bound buckat. fHr\ eornar Whal-nat SITS: awlvai 

iti. 44 abund b^xat sx. M paund ‘ tvi. brown ribbad vaivat 

, b^kat 441. idk ^ paund. M}-«aO«. 

Wailoo •' Owlatd.-- - - - 

4SMJ19. Maooav ttwouph totur-. 

SCARCE ITEMS 

1— 7 MM ’ Ok^ autfiMfad rtmtartitw 

'TbtJ laat Saankh #a<o._ vw ale*- ^t^l-ac, ' 


IM MIiaCLLA?irCOt't 

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FaWNlfylTi NKOM LAiOK 
WHtmjtAim-. Mir anttaua Mr, 

Maiai tabto imm mm witm tyna 

!X>naiil2J'..'a.rS,^ 

OahftM 


't'lSBoMa_ _ 

p.i£»jS!s 

♦ai vPat ilda M irda lamM u 
mabManr taSaa In- 

raam cnalra.SlI aaNi * aiaea Own- 


KUCBLLAMOOUl 
POft tAUE 


.MMr CLLANBOL 8 
roll kale 


4.MOUB4 VA/4A/*X131. VICbMld, IS.V.. MindAy. Mpt. M. 





MIIW IaUAN^XII'N 

Msri HALK 


HIM r.lALA>IX>l 

FOR 8 ALR 


Ijiy 


36 th 

Anniversary 

SALE 


WE ARE 
RENOYATItJG' 

AU itock COM on tAle bi(liv i _ _ _ 

i fuinltui4. 

Sunday Oct. Itt. Ownt Andf AnoUaixM TVa 

s:rx“^ O' «*“ • 

Join UA tor ooRw and 
dimiita and Ukr a chance on 
OUT iiJtolal draw. 

Attica 

720 Morket St. 

384-3614 


ILUNDS... 


926 FORT 

Rilshaws’ 


VILAS MAFLC TWIN MONOOMi 

. '^■\ 


MIS FONT 
Call) Guarontaad 
AFFRAIULS tar iataFui 


AUCTIONS 


iSc aound, 

^ --- bffta — raMv 

picMi, Me pound. F'idav. Sativ- 
My and Su nday. 

IILVfll RiU FARMS 
TIT* CantraT laanTeh kd. (all last 
Saanich) Na. i aatina and traaiina 
cam. raady exekad rvary Mv, 1 
a.m.-a a.m. 4S1-3I99. 


Saankh Rd.) Flck yaur awn earn. 

i fibT ** *****^ *'**** 

CiA, wrapoad and^tan. 


Franth Frw 


GOOD USED ■ yica. mlae. sllyar, Ke^ kx- i 

Moffit 30" RjnsF 1138 c j T rvn 

viking Retrlgeretor J278 ^«?il«ii??«!!l«,*SIi' f.'''d‘>y — 7:00 

Inshi Hotvy Duty WikhM* 


»-E«a 3 =« 


«Ki4 Irklan India ruD.^TlW. 
briftfth India. Silt. 

(Mna cablnat. sm. 


ibaf^v 

rsTTsir^^^a^ 

arnata iiYt^- alnpta aami-' 
poarn M apmpiaia Sill. cPdpr 
ennt, sTti pid ptk draaapr. im. 
mahappny vanity dra«Mr. sn«. 
Mta, tabiaa. sst ta 111 waktut 
yanlfy wftn awing mirror. Slaf. 
lira teraan. SI7.W «a S44.fl (Xm-i 
PN* aiactrk naatar. tat. uia vaur i 

^li^mimieLTo. 

I«0 rM4i,i Av«. MMIll 

--‘.’’ssss: iXT'ial,' '5« 


Roll'RWRy CkX 
UlHi k|DRvenpur( 
Mbplb Comer CRblnet 


- PNtwras. card 
latMa. palle chava, hall mi'ra*. 
Ltnawawnara racardi In Ruaaian 
3279 and Dutch, Mta and pana. bays 
t at ^tia cadi »ta IS, mv« dotnina: 
*^14-11 mars, lidm cashmaral 
$ 79 iwMtart alia UU 3n-m7. 

U6,urge 


Kitanawa Auttlonaars Ltd. 

384-6441 

VANCXJUVER ISLAND 
ANTIQUES 

AND COLLECTABLES 


■IIM 


i«4tV'iR«!^, ^ KilWrikiS'w-*".®-’' ....3 ._.. ...... 

Bundav at Fan-back Faacack chatrA ^ Mamcn r#. 4U4w9. V.'b'rk AHiNai and nuten. Horn 

cissy; wf iW. as. - >ki o* V^&mi.i. ««. 

OosMn Uxtar ilpAt matar. S4S. ITALIAN FROVINCIAL OiNiNO 4l^4IU 

SMIITT. autta, buNgi, nuKh, 4 cngira. baou- 

WWOPEN-iSSast^' 

Hill 'Ml "wibm*. 

•M. tmmacuiatf, * 


NO INTERK8T 
on Approved 
CRf2>n’ 

ON ALL PUnCHASfc^S 

1821 COOK 


FMOTO. Caddr 
af Island CaSw 1 
Sts Fort It. 


_ WSscBr'- 

ASii'icsi.aro’ineT sffiii , «» 


_.IIA«AAON> HIMrAAIO tUITt. 

<>» OA*K IT AIM ID RATTAN 

touch. 


I W COLOR FRINTINO CLAtSMi 
ih 9 t Martina Mandav Saatafnaar SSm 
Cadar Mill COf^unlty tin%\ 
tttilMa tor tr. Sn-71M 
SFfBp' QSAFHtC" CAMIRA 


and hutch. Ti'tnt 
Mwt w badraom autta. ax- 

-.- -- 


[pnona 74*-¥sM. 

* 100 BBTER PARLOtR 

aums 

oaidttraam Inn haa racantty 

piatad ita ranavatlena and hai __ 

:cnalra. hat dog ^hlna and tabia' nitacM 1Y' cmar TV 
toM tor aala. Prat H '* 

3uik. Sh-SIX. 

\oyjLL 


y cam I 


SUNDAY SUPER 
SPECIALS 


World'! Beet Aiiph-e 

H ~ OVIN FRtSM 


Tm' •c-.lr 'Sfl' 

tFftni and 

«. CcT.!,. 


rW'KK^i^ldW’^J 

no -wto^Ma'dTXStSPrJsTa^ „ 

Norm Magj ^Mgtan HD 4» x 

W5?».^A?«i A^'!Ai •iiiw-o»« u«.,, 

4 *-***K^ ^ 177 ; Individual aiidas. comaiata davai r^.,J 

• S.A Ffpaar »j Cat.j winci*aa»*r •**"« a^iotnami and amartar tor SSraaTiiSf""’ a.m. la CLWNO ^T SALf, » 

Mad, ij IMA y Map.! DrawniM aatM.^^J .yiaw. WMaib._ ^ ^ •".JKn*rH Foa 

•J'e^Jy Inaravad, -Tb 5 VmTtTc“ ^ French FROVIncial, 4 •li**- »»» ^ « 

'F'nctwNar Tin Carbina. JJ***™ ^ ^ * 1 ^ T i c . grawar daak aM chatr, I dra« 

HAVE THE Eax:“ -k-w.*. .. 

ff4 VATIt ST 


sL^nIch ORCHARDS 

i?s8ji5?i«r^ * 


CARFORT SALE. WJ 
Straat, tldnay. Mturday and lurv 
dM ai^ ma^injrtwaad c^ar 

.‘ssfra- ssr'^ier.SdT&'i^ 

siss; ar'kjsi.'sj&ix •*'• 

im comaiaN. ITSi auma pump, iiambar 3), 1-4 p.m., 4S44 William 
srS; typ^lt a r nm work^. Ill; Haad Rd. WNi# nauaahydf chaatar- 
ranaana IM volt, S|S; man'a alia tjnaid SMO, drtatara SM aach, truck 
raiiar akaioa, n0> M floor Mtiah- canaplaa STS aach, amr^na taota 


laaa, . .. . 

S’. .is%. 


fanca poata aft. 


•W*"' _ MCIAM NHIAM. iW IM StwT 


Now Open 
FANTASY ISLAND 


SPEED 

OUEEN 


OIRLt AND SOYS SKATES t7.» 
—, and up; ImwIIm thata Si,M; aki 
Ibaata tS-M and upj aulicaaaa. 


. jraa; boaki 
tC. SMl'a OarMlh'l 
M'Mtf. Charaax 


a; racardai picturta 

...... ^ Qv^a. 

and MM- 


tarcharga avaiiabia 

ANTlQUJt^'.TpF WASH 


Tillicum Downtown 

SSI Jah oaan _ 

VACT it Al ‘(Xfc:ANtniS*“ 
Ovar MO racondlHonad and 
tvaraniaad. tram SM up. Currant 
Blaetrolvx. 

Kirbv. Finar fRmn. Hoavar. ale. 
CamMst damm availabia. Wa taka 
fradrTna. Mr. Iwaaoar. ] ataraa: 
NM Ea^maft Rd!^ at Haad if.. 
and D-310 OaMalroam, Haw Com- 
ryrff Mall. 47»Mir 3I4- VI7._ 

' STAINED 
GLASS 


*»*” A 

FlAAlAjnwm 

BROMEUADS 

afivar vaaa. naaraatia rttlnaa 
carailnM Irieotor, ftandnD awWd 

Tabta farm — buftan. holly, ptaria. 

inr-ssreJEK % 

tS.OO. Tha Flantartum H naw oHr- 
1"? partlaa (MvlM yaur 

irlandi. maat yaur naldhbaura. 
aam vduraaif aoma piam) call 
J2» Jor datalla and raadrvation. 
MMm 

Villoge Auction 

OFFERS 

iFraa apardladN • Imma^ata caah 
j purenaaa •> canaHHwnaM 


HOT TUBS 
SAUNAS 

free eiTIMATES 

Kosmor Industries 

_ M4-H23r4Va4i^t£ S p.m^_ 

’*^weao sofa a^ 

MFJJj »4 GE ranpa tJO. a» li; 

"'•rw SOF TS; 

30" FrlgUpira ranpa |4».9S. 

CIK^IrQcls (3 


ShMla aSlis'iWm' 

tO-S Mpn. spt. 


d.fs 


fClAL SEFT. ll-n 
too u. V«na Fra 
111- ' 





aland Vprv aid aariatda aawl , 
machina. Tubular ahaaad aoli SFl 

awag lame, larpt Mexican laafhdr _ 

Mraa. ef Dr, Sauaa chU- RalaHnp ■ 

drm bapfca. amari aid fraa tank Hamilton 

I “ wi-JMe eMf 

30.H74 1 UFHOLSTEREO OCCASIONAL' ^ * HMIII 

Tn-r. ' aviomatlc camara. aa mm aae ” 

FfW- caHanteondir 


Vancauvay W Ooan niphta Til 9 p.m. 

yonemvor a». Spt. tfi 4. Suft. U S 


tplipn Cane. I14.7S 

HOFS AND ORAFES 


GREATER VICTORIA HARO- LtnfUulpr aerpan. Sawvar prolac- Jwiar^eorJltton M 4 ^A 2 ^enJL.l 
wara buiwing and Fual Sueanaa ly.. 3Am m ..ramata canirai coMa, aniiwna. mcayrn 
- - Firaweod S45 irut card. Maciranlc HaNt. ana Waaa fkt- vJI/V. eStm T J B fy. . *!2? 

It fir. aidar. No waca acraan. ana comMt^ aaf,! ® H 


DLACK and' VWIITE'‘*DARK|2,.^^'N • 

r^ Muipmant, campiata avtitf. S*****"., _ 

.1100 l»S-4a7A 


F-m. ?S7AT0jil._ ^JJAOI, 


roH, TIM waiiaca 


»>».m „,y ctooiAOe, Ul: 


NIKON F? WITH DFl FHOTOMIC ^h mirror and CANNING TpASATOfI. JSC A Ot* aofh; OIrti. 

e*.'- iIa«h _'"IJ* •'Kir cu'wiwTnSt m 

.SJr. •«. Ifaf'WoJ**”’ _ 

?70 iX. now IMA d^. 1044 4X. ^ KAMitR* Mvswn i*»vdant drantnp ttbit, fiti *aor _ . _ | RtNOVATiONS SALE — 

Haw iva. iSh^ IT 4 auma now ** "■''FEB Labo laua carawM, III; aaindta sTRAWtERRV FLANTS SI 2S tiarvaat aafd aaortmanb fndaaa. 

bfiM. Ht 4X. 4440, Ram pW rf;iiNACRJl . back chairA SSTW^I. m d^ iMKSno.^^ J'*® Dd| a«o^1^ci^upbeaM 


WE AIM TD PtXASE 
kT BUDGET SPEOAUS 
rifles — EnaiiM WMtwertn 
mm, 4X »ee‘ ' . 

4Xj 


Ac4(nt1 G. OtfT ^Ma Ij G WE SERVICE ALL OIL RAk 
'}. sao win. IT 0 aump. htaiart pnd tumpcaa. Jprry 
' Draumint I) G 0-U Ralaipn, Durnar Sarvka. I^•J7SS. 


-am 

MIIICKU.ANhO( 8 !IS? 


law Buitaa. rpc raama. tie Only i 
— vaart M. 470-4037 avaninga 


Mod 

4 W' 0 . - ^ ^ - __ 

tlTt Drawnlng I) G G-U RPlaian, 

U49. Larpati aaiaciian af Ramad- 

laulB. Amma. Slkibt- FWeit. FURNACES, 
wai. flack Fawdar Suadiitt 
Lavwwav Fian 
1307 ftraad It 


voeai. flack 
FraaTv 
m im 


RANGES, 

... .Kry'a Oil 
Strvka. liH S'SS- 

FIREFLACES. OIL 
tiavat and pv ducia. odwar 
ciMnad av Jot-vac 44M7U 


mm wmtt 



WHITE ENAMEL EMFlRf COAL 


« the a^t thorough 
, tCUGA COURSt AVAILAfCE 
From fha Foaaia 
it* twva boon taoenkM 
HbfDft. 0 Ibaary i M PflU A 7 


Flow ... __ 

lank. SIM ar afftrs. 30J- 


. acaan divaa. 

starts MONDAY OCT I 
Oraa m far a cawraa aufikx 
fnatrwetar Warran fuck 


443-SI III, 

OIL COOK STOVE-HEATER FOR 
aala. meiudaa tank and aland in 
txttiiani condition. HS-TSao 

JTU COMFORT counter 
pli.Furwm. Fi.'N^ talian 

“good 

* »7 hmyrnME 

4~pi'tU i' ' 


R TV. ATRRRO. RAniO 

iJif.Vn nnd fy.HlKTr 

■ 5 YEAR" 
WARRANTY 


ANTlOUiS. ffAUTIFlX MA- , 
hoMny buffai. atdabaarda ward- JSSf^a J, 1^?-* 
robOA iraadN aawing maeWna. J’?-.**!'* Sff^vS* •••Fat Fak. 
,hlfh bay draaaara. chuCk wagon 12?, 

lama, uaad madam fwmiiura, 2 o-draw 

bada. draaaara, dtMng aata. ehim ^ ^ 

cabkwta. daaka. vaevuma. toad aw ' ff/iL .ff2Li® ‘ '•"wa- •♦•• 
lacflon. Slaraoa. taaaa. racerda ••nttta. 17. 4714793. 

Laraa 
boaiL 1 
iionad 



TaHon Grant arrivaa. 


cayntry-waatam rawda. aeon la 
offara Fnona aNarTa.m. saMJas. 

3-FCe. SECTIONAL SIOO; FILTER D\ 
Diwan vacuum wllh attaenmanta K \ 
SITO; CMy crbdlO. S40i 3 drowtr | J 
Mik. Id) Mai'a farMtna. TSo 


E^rorrs 

mmBKXJSE 

STORE 

749 View St. 


NEWFORT TENNIS RACQUET. 


Going Away Sole .SiS,‘SJSl”JRy' 

facMim. >nMI tractgr. galf fjng macMnti ireihar KNIOO knH- 


Ntarcharga a vailabia. 

cororasT 


a^ftmani, ^u^a carrara, powariHno maenina. 
and hand laolA larga fraaiar., Offara. 30^7494. 
amaii apaiiaxcat. coda, 
mattraaaaa. - - 

kif. linan. 

fliaa. Drivwin 
Sun. all davi 


... . .. Durabia dauMt laead eiaatic 'a'^y a 

2”?^ IT GALLON, 

witkar. S». Fertawa aiactrtc haat-i 
“ wim fan. marmaatat coniroii. 
TMiatep aiactrk ovan with i 
.. _ .. .... ........ ,.... bumart. whitt anamai, tika naw. 

ura ahataA 4l7409d. Sas 477-0430. 


a, ataoia, Vap^a, chSvlM*^»TlFUL HEAVY LINES. Wit. 
I. kftchan Hama, tframic’iHn? er** 
e^in Prbiav mH^A a*i. roQmai fwe BirH carnal wkvtar tr ' 
K 4104 «5»Jra * •'>? irbadrawm 'U. 

«iwwema._ .^icurliina; J Mlr« whiia. gW* Ng buri 


THJ^ fLFfJIC. $H0|^* 


,- iAl ST.. JI4-. . 

OF SHOFFING FOR 
: FRi— ■* 


1477. ONE 
.OR ALL 
ROOULT^H^nduairial 




AT ONE 


AAORGANS FAfRICS 
»70 C4d«i^ |av Rd. 


Siartoa. 
and amal 
Tiina. baby 
. ._ bicvciaa. i 

• ■ -*^<ursilr 


ALL HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS ' 

o53 ot^'#*Vlnr v&al”loumr^ ORANDMA’l e6r’ A FRACTICAL jjiOFSMITH—SINGce" FURFOSE ’ 
anj atand. Iwva ^tdpA^’iahaa ***•• o" • wathabN ^ m ounting aland 

and caramlca. rfyarythin* mual• ••Mrtad ^.iV AfiJiVE fURNi 

— —...’TT. anei MPBiwn i .bladaa with 4" baft aandar far tURl Oistriru^RS. SU OavM 

2 ^ Mma Mia. ail navar St J0?-i374. 


UPRIGHT 

FREEZERS 




ICNRATlONb LT» 
•iiiiard Tabiaa » Shutfiabaarda 
*.-laa 


MiMaii — Cuaa and AccaMa 
Ordar Naw tar Chrtatmai 
Factary la Yau — and Sava- 
-LVIN - 


compiatt att hockay «Mr with an.joat 

SM. Chaatoftiaid auita SI3S, __ 

fm a famam fam. Cralgftawar, sheared MUSKRAT'S LADY’ 
and Tiilkum. jSasJM Tuaaday -' lull langth coat. SO** ara. push u 
Ovnday. I iipavaa, chocataio 

• - - lift U naw rppf- 

trsa'^'% _ 

SIALE! TOOL TAiLli, n«. COFFIl 

B«utlMl erpn. 
glAM rahinMa. klkhm 

:« !Mpi!H iTYLf aio IS.’W «i'y"" nou. rod t)rlck, (urnaMa, ToyrrSaaciuThf-Ffi: *** " 

Foa LOvrtiT Faict! CITY CENTRE TV 2468 MT. BAKi* RD m“waji mKKna.'*Tn!SB *r 
. jK.PO's’YSal.Tuae “'/BaVaV’e!" 

3J4J QUADRA *tT ’*1ft 477-4971 ---■-. — 3 NCR <^SH REGISTERS. 4’ 

itainlaaa ataai rack, o MivaiWad 
WELSH HAW) U»M >'yA-. » ®» woodan Mtik^ 

window rafriMratton unit, aipM 


_’^•'"ccS!!P’oShlio“«Si« Vlaw-.D^IJ,. 

r trailer. SIM. ‘ FRiooe mo stove toe line windows sa windows . *•* ocif 

^*''ra‘’ina**'‘ra!'"MaV*'jis;. far^iLyii' V7t;«"*TS2 aj’w 

- bu9i hpfdnwod bunk bada. iw w^ii Lf^'stev.^''Fatk. porth pr carnal; oihar kami. 

apacipl. boya 'Ulr nem end meHeeeeea «VM i s’?!*' '* .S5m soad (<m> nreeeeia— m ««ai.« 1*.....^ l.am«*A, 


IBS olifhant street 

- watnar. likt naw, S300. 

‘ and chair, akaiat and' 
From npond 


HOMELITE 

CHAINSAWX 

*tf.i.oN'';sytsctfAW“ 

- 303-1391 


1978 20" 

ELECrnOHOMB 
COLOR TV 
Rent to own 


9ra. push UP 
brown cpipr. 
ilpcamtnb caw ba- 


I 3530 Oovammpni 
UNIVERSAL TRAOINO CENTRfc 
Joht.Mn, UDflaira Warphouaa 


•ewf new, evil M/X >iavt, /«" CW> VI -"-.TT.’ I. -'.I... 

iinuoua citdn. naw S4M. tad t3M. SSSn. namao. Sunday. 

Lawnmawjjr with »aw catchar. ar rTO-jia. cxii_ii r'L. •- 

SM 479-1311 attar s V INDUSTRIAL TAflE SAW i MML ChOinSOWS 

GARAGE SALE. NEW* KiRfv A^*^**** O tita Halt aan SALES > FARTS •SCRVICE 'ffraima. TaOil, lurniiur# _,.. 

yaeuwm ctaanar. caffM taJ^ rj?2n«^ maty, Hand. <Hf50N FOWERCRaVt fridoaa. curloa. viasawMr, pKturc^ 
rooTric* Hf. hocAiV MulpSS I hS iXh^3S30 Gavammani *391, ^raoj, camara* and if^iar,. 

S"".!®’ .*• 

. . , j*'* 

Mda CancaTiad iT'raiM^' 


Ndra Rd . 


79-3474. 


ONE H IF-LENGTH MINX 
'"‘NXfy lackat, S400. ragutar 
valua saoOi ana camai-hair coat, 
vaiuad ^ sioo. asking S300; ra- 
chair, ruatybrawn, STO. 


»A.D !ALt -'»J *OUT.!AL'._ 

ON. «.». TOLr «,ToN Kr-Ai ‘.a*"S'«”'.'i5!s;iai'yS, 

Hdda HidYj >■*•••<• ?‘ka. MNcalianaoua'?mH*ar^ w»d jWvar*. jb dav_ 


box of buitata. prka 


iranly. fllN fargain 


ERY 


MODERN 7 FIECE DINING — 
ream aulit. ISM ar offara. Will sail 

,.7K|LvfN fADCTFDFn . 

LAKjIlKlU _ 

ffStriAIL Ate. JlmWSfiOL I SitMSf “•"«"• '••'•'L «»«■ AM-FM rMNo. ctauHA OAAAO. !AL.; CHAOM. 

-maonym, 3 to 9 varlabia. — —:— — —__ aiavara. irem 1119.95. Full Una at kilchan auita. aiaciric loo firaaiaca 

M gaufa Maanum aami'OOLD RECLINER COMFLETf tdaakara. Exp * 


DISCOUNT UFHOLSTEi 
FAfRICS 

Lpraa m-atoefc aplpctton. 

•MM PMKics 

M70 Ctdbora lay Rd. (bv Foul 

fr-• 


5uaa w 39 a^i aufomatiT’Ruoar. . .“i" ’ ' - Uawtr and 

prk» SOO. 434 Grpndaraon. aft. W. - AFFLianCES. Tuasday-SunM< 

0|MAQ£ SALE — fIlING CAil- ^iKofldriejup MamL^SatyrdPiT'afto OlCTATlQN 4 
. nata. larpa plctura dryar, fkp. SvnMy TJT p.m., 9340 Canora LFH 

[teraan. fiaomc firaaiaca. intoraai- Road lAiroprt farminai tvmaft) ‘ 

Ing miacallanpou*. tic. Flumuing ZTZ —rM*Vi~ i 
NxKirta, ruga. 3440 ReHton Ccpa- >?fTHER 


Ls*'c'X 


and Tillicum. 304 3235. 


cant 




MACHINE PHILIFS 
0097 cempiato with 

.. - d haad ahonta. Alta 

- - oorlai^a hand taaa racordtr Fht- 
SCAT. ilM Medal LhH oTlS aa naw. foth 
^^^.taai^ Chair, oak s SM.OO . Call 470 ihh. 

machirip.’mi3 Siaai cKaL*b5rilL I DON T MiSs'THis'oNCr 

•bta awWa. MO-4486. > Th# Graat Garapa Salt. DU tank, 

amali aaaiiancts. and leH mort 


OAK CHA 
tvown. iPbr 

haadbotM. 


Final waax of ettarpnea pncaa on ■ !!l72**®*!Lj5*Jy; _ 

coaia. akirii. yaEt*. ate., m auraj, , SIDNEY 


F I A N 0 . 


Up tp S0% ON raou- 


GOLD RECLINER COMFLET 
ning 31 lavar ac- with hr"*" '*■* 
t<en acopiad. twa 44 caiibM Mack 13444401. 

SJVJS *" “ '*'• •“"■ ’••^"T-iLTOANT-TiASbM. 

-n, caShMIa AlyM slnlnTchllrA. 

WNMC nVEKS Ltd I QUEEN SIZE fEAUTY REIT 
>brt aaan wptar acuM divtna' Continaniai bad. Comotota. Naany 
dovm tiarta o Z tebar 1 EnrMmam npw. |3M. 990-7391. 

A. wr,..ly _AnA muIT-^I.—-SSO wFaFTi 


f#»vl^ia.'"Rrmpac'' Ol.-.- , 
•Mirsfh. Mw Sidnav ->4444313 

'HUNTERS 

fe fvHhara wtH cut, wr 
Mur aama af rpaaeni 
La^irMaait. MM Qua 
fSar 4794433. 


NEW FRANKLIN FOLOINO- 
^4iST^ atgva with acraan, tIiS. 

' FWVINCIAL C^ITINFTelO 
TtwST^ ry wopd trim. SI30 


ChMr (pair). S37S; 
S39.S0) ceffae 




xpoH kvMIlafian avail-' wlih alarnant. atudto lounga. 
aoia. iMustona MeyMa, matal fka draw- fauhaua ... 

f.C. SOUND * RADIO SERVl^ ar. baM. oak chaira, uphalaiarad reckarawivti 
931 FORT 303^1 icFaV. matal draaaar, ctethaa rack. ' 

-*-I rbg and m art. 3D4-33I7. 

AUDIO ADDICT KICKS HMiJ 13 OR. FURNACES, OIL HOT FURE IVORV~CARVINOS AND 
aoHk^comBWN lor aa^ 4M w ynaca. ana oN ftrad hot tiaehant tvaka. Oanukto Faralan 

Ampinia. DOW lank. 3x4. 3x 0. ,3xir 3 m. and Oriantal ivDa. Orlainal iiwt. 

KbiMod .KD-3N twn- 1tat3. I4xl4 ttmbar. deora. win- ad ell aalnfnQa by llaftan artist 

dpw%. lOAOD whita-facad Micfca. No intlara aiNtoa.^-llil^ 

-SW-fOjjNv all atera g a lank.-- 


Antigua caeaar taaoot; rattan twlv- 
ai chair, axcailant condition; vary 
atiractivba T gtons stand tor hang. 
Ing plants. 4S44i3«. ^ 


JONSOLE. 
mar bv HantT|man, ha 

■■■ “■ yards i ' 


approx. 100 

5rL,F'“* 


axcallam candhien. 


.,._Xara, I.... .. 

taaia . di-ao i aftar 4.^ 

help" 

Too many ootor 


,443.J 


a days a waak. 


. miM 

alp oh pawdar, Sturm Rut.. __ 

4 and now modal flack Hank, good 


_ _ TVa lakan ini OFfN HOUSC 

irada. Lama in ~ maka an eftar. Sunday. 3Jrd. 10-4, 9pitct dming 
CITY CINTRE TV. fwxi to room autta, itailoh pravinciai; bad- 
K-Mart fa tha mail, oaan 10-9 gm.<raom auita; tornaa; oft Mintting: 

bad^aad and brand nrw ttni 

• HlTTct^I.. " WrTOiMSrJiSOlff' 

MAGNAVOX rr^’"*:_ 

_ _ FMILIFS HUNTING AND TARGET 

CHESTERFIELD AND CHAIR. This la a small od but vour savina , rifiaa. '40 Fard automatic trana-i' 

'■*• - SITS, *V'^ ‘•C?? •AJfl t5?® •*! Mr% bicyeia and partSy H 

•*"tfon TV. too furnalda W.' naw, hackoy skatga. aid cloexa,'^ 

'•*» camk beoki, vanafian Minds, tie. I SOS'*®*. 


ELECTROLUX VACUUM WITH 
eangr haad, and all attachmanta. 
Also Flittr Ouaan wtth all attach 
ma^ feth in axcailant oandNion. 


* ^ '^P*- ^0 USED 

carMfa antf un^iav. ITS. Chaat ef 
drawara. tIS; C onaa n ena braadbox 

3 year OLO RiSTONic 
maHras*, SM. Mdirama, axMnd 

AMFHIfFouS TRACK TVFE 
nunting machina, 4 evlindar. 

■ for mud «r aww 




".T 'isrC'jsr 

Aoni 44 caiiMa m^da army'OLDER SOL'D OAK o’lNlNo'—- - 


SHELVING. HEAVY GAUGE 
ttaol, 3 unlta. 7 attaivaa for aach 
unit. 3 burnar aja^k hotaitia. 
dyama top. MMOn. _ 

‘ Dlj^ONO SOLITAIRE EN. 
•man* rh^ UK wtdaint ring 
maitx, 4390 or naarast aftar. 


4 ONLY RED LEATHER SET- 
1044. 9^ long, m gach. weodan pk- 
me laMa*. ilka naw, tJO aach. 

Fhana 494A003t. 


MAYTAG DISHWASHER CLEAR- 

Siik'SS-*^ 




REFRESHMENn All raaaonaWa awm. 310-4486. I Tha Graai Garapa Salt. DU tank 

rSnU. uSl cWfU 8X18;®°' 

----Sfrl'S. «»''"oar waahar. *78,' -- 


FIny fack, M waits RMS, two 
15" JSL seaakara. dual channaia. 
•fandbv ai^ch, with black vinyl 
covar. 47^9007 aak tor Doug Doylt 
aftgr 7 p.m. 


SELLING CONTENTS OF OF- 
mg. cai^. 3 ggcrpfarlai dgaka. t 
daiM. 10 varioua offlu chaira, 
prlntlnt, ukvlator, Af Dkk tabia 

DOUBLE tOXSFRING AND 

$30; mdga,. SIM: Jacob- NEVER 


---...SIM; Jacob¬ 

son raal lawnmgwtr. SM; fleer pei- 
Ishar. tiO; baby walker, iiS; autda 
coat, MS; <7A4393. 




. OLDER SOL'D OAK DINING - -' SatoVartmi'«•T'I»A!Z^A;' ^-- 

tingia auita. taMa. tour chairs puNat. USED J-WAt cOMfO WITH CO-IaJ? * FT". S39 Linden upright HOOVER 139. FORTA- 

—. oentftien. $435. 477-7344- , loniai ciblnat faafuret 66" 


modj^contrai. campiata un> U&. ^£449? . 


FOR SALE ~ 1 
trie haafar. I r 
haatfr. 3 Mkt 
curtaina m chh 


- 1 MACKL 

IkgiinaaiF 
rl^Mn fu 
iliwIEwtari 


CKLE ELEC- 
laaiar alactric 
full langth 
— Fhana 


^ELVING. SOLID WOOD OR i 
staal 9or hema. offka, workaftoo. 1 
trucks, ak. Coumar framas. peg 1 


Sldn^. 

3040 fcr’’ceni‘off, nylon 
ACRYLIC FABRICS, 


m _ _ 

FRAME' OLASS 


__I ALUMINUM 

■ - de^, fahgfa 

SJSi goii Club*, cart and bag, SM; 
boy’a Muatang bikt, SIS; kitchart 
chroma sat. ItO. 993l^1as. 


KA\^ FURCMASED SEARS KEN-ldO^' leTl^ and sinks. catoradT 
more aawing machlnt. sailing fat- pSi goii clubs, cart and I 


ir'A^eSAT':!"’ 


DIAVEE AUTOMATIC 
icnina, 00^ condition. 
tOi 8 dr 4 


OLDER BEDROOOM 


m mi ■ *“ *”'• “ ' 

Regio'nwTawuanct 




ii tabia. diahaa. racord 


BY 41". 
On* pair, IM" by It", 
n. Ofto pair. 133" 




— - -----, loniai cablnat faaturaa 30" color 

aaufpmani «tpr salt «<Mie rUm^' *apafat4 am-fm staroe and 

'AMfd CMlWAr, UM A1 tmiA 

-liir fllT ^ »'OHlArA. W2f DAUAlAfc StWAll. 


SCUBA SCHOOL 


'iLv’.JS&iTr S!X’‘ISi'5 iSlilJ-'iJiJiy X/!7’"bL“„X2 


[CENTRE 

M 3D4-7S3t WALNUT DINING R*, 

-rx —— - gr* bufiai. tabia 39xL. .... , 

UIVXKS uphoiatarad chaira. IMO. 477-241! 


OpM SUITE 
iTO. four fold 

• —ir 


OLDER RED MAFLB ORBUER. 
J* iWto' »” UIgh. wrihout mirror, 

Va*5ffW- DM^^aii MS H^fw ftbta, *tr47S.3W. 

F^a ningA 
for" SALE 


Cnp pair piymak anew skis < 

&t Lock findinga. Nori fgeta and 
pe'a* Tug agosons aW. 114. Goad 
J* JljMdarw FftM aftar 4 deik.. 


MAVftR BROOM 


m and npargi 
...Maa. fiapt at,.. .... 
I aftar 4 gm. 

^^^BOifLII illM leu's A 
•Offtf egmaraaaor. ttka naw. 

£k*Wl* HALI SA!A*I ai 


HANOtl. 
' art mint 

■U 'irawning '|iuigmplk.*^S* % 

•OV'S HOCKEY SlUTifS. CHll 
«ramgJ^^, aey e I.X4VA OIGIM; 

slalom” kVaki~for 'sale! 
^1!?. •••'' 


VILAS CHESTERFIELD SUITE, 
JgJh jjm}‘i emmr. tea candltion. 

BRAND NEw'sfIECE'^IARKER' 
•ulta, unmarhad. S7M. 




BEAUTIFUL MAHOGANY CAGI- 

GUEEN SIZE WATVRfEO. COM- 
Mata with haatar. and padding. 
S3H ar aftgr. Call M^H 


SIMMONS QUEEN SIZE COLO- 
niai afvig hlM-g-bgd. gegf candi- 
fl^_4l96. MS^ afitr 5 
f'o s' T U R F E D I C DOUBiJ 

AFARTMENT SIZE DINING 
foom ♦•big and 3 chair* Fhana 
MS 1374. 


ELECTRAFHONIC STEREO. AM- 
Fm radio. lurniaMo with two 4' 
•aoakar* noada minar work, I3M. 
302-1743 gftor 4 a.m. 


KENWOOD KA3H0 AMFLIFIER. 
4 watts ear channel. 3 yaara iflU 
aw^wt|a. IIM. aitana batwaan 

AKAI AS9M ^FU^ER, ATIMb 

ore-ilnaar torntabla at ' " 
aeja^^ aim under 

real fa real tgpa. 


_)bia typawritar SIS. steal kitchen 


E N.E BED SUITS, 

h India circular ru 

laaihar fTignt capa, trpya. gardan ai*L conifruc- 

fg^kj^arriaa. many w»«*wl | 


-9,5, nXXm "’Tn.ySs:*' isTsIs: 


'Sr^. 


71 34. I07H Date Cov6 iT^. $1^ 


-Inay. 


; Light Gf^. One pair 
M/^khi grtan. Naw candHien. 

aniaab. saiaa parta.! ___ 

444 •URNSlOE E., KITCHENAID DISHWASHERS 
FLUS 

BUILDERS AFFLIANCES 

KENYON SALES 186-1234 

TIM' 84.HQUR SERVICE 

rSg. 


WATBRBEDS 


--- INCINERATOR barrels. S4 DE- NYLON ROG. 40 SQ. YARDS. 

BAR MIRRORS, 3SX344V'; RR.irrr^r---— _ ■ 1 U'XM. tcraona and cevara. OBtre,' pottorn tor rae room, axcellani 

eiloar heal and i^ator chaWi ?2?15 Iafainting Oidjirmia ramovad. raaaooabia. condition. SJSO. Nylon rug. 30 ae. 
laaihar cyani^*. 39xl|Wi"> china ♦•famand tmrf pandam, framad 1479-4047 aftar 4. bgfara I a.m. yards, light gray, goad cendlNon. 

cablnaf. 47iM|T9. matetrifw aconca*, t»>»• 477J«;, 

mtacalianaaoa racarda. 9M-90S3 1 Bl-FCK AND DECKER,r- —- 

- wwjH*/. a^trlc lawnmewgr. aertabla CASH REGISTER 1399 

hl-2u2u:.i ***i!5 Jjr*chlna I4bia.ifi2a«ar 4190 — mdoar w 


hater, fi^ anifk conaak. 443-^. _ 

17' frost-free' avocado!''•kino washer «I0. INGLII QUABNATEED used wasmeIis. 
•raan viklfw fridta, axcailant •15® Exealiant condOien. r'^o^tva. Jraamra. 

oiflen. 417* VWng *aiaeiric M" * ff waakanda. fwaa- 1*7 Waditona. TuaaJtov- 

Plata warmer. Auacado M-n2i. •-$. 
candltion, 41S, 


_ _ 

H barat Coding set. 
3Bwaior diamond ongogomont and 
Ij^ni wadding ring, aopraiaad^ 
IJw^o^t; rtow auoft kivgnar. 
S30i 3M-9B43. bafora 3. 


S?TSf’ 


E XC ElXfNT CONpITIQN, Ml 
COLOUR TV, 17 ' SOLID STATE 

fortable admiral colour 
T v^ naw plctura tuba, tm. 


ADMIR^ 19" B-W S79j 

^ •••♦• SM» Bam 
axcafiam cfndiilan, wanM bunk 


crisLa:'^ 

DEMOLITION L 
ranch ganaliina. 


ranch ganaliina. ell afgva and 
lvP&4i y a***®aaua lur^. 714 


HEAV 

wftn 


V SSFtBO BICYCLE, 
ptpar carriar. Guida uni- 
man's Saccar beoti. 


IMFORT TRUCK STEF BUMFER. 
Sgalion gas can, Coleman ceaNr. 

toMIng camp Mblo. 


85.»g"- 


Saturday 3-4 a.m. 

BLACK VINYL TWO FIE 
^ihaatartiaid auita, ox^igni, " 




14' THORNES ALUMINUM BOAT, 
Simpoerv^aan SN ib. traligr, t4M 

ii.lSH '''‘NVONic CAiie-rre 


MOVINO S*Lt: KlTCHfN ht- 


ijb. ic?w5s?«'r''’ 


^aneoa 

be^. f 


abch. 471-7949. 


'tbmm mattress and bed- 

LOWR y”"MOAN~S 9B0i EXT FOOL 
tabk, cuaa and 2 lata af balk 
S IOO; larg e fraattr fiM.JBMBM.^ 

P f L V ^ .LADY KENMORE 


I!S“ 


ma ntha, cas t Mifi; $ 300 . 

VIKING WRINGER WASHER, 
only uaad anct, SIM ar affar* 


Ihm wall plpt, 

^JJa^aam. 

T^ TONi" 
nyloo carpal. 

[fe’ ” " 

FARLCklR STOVE. TWO 4X9 
ftokail ruga. 9xl| Nua woM rug, 
Flng ahurfgr* Laatnar lackal, 

tMH3l._ 

WEsfiNGHOySC RSFRIOtR- 
gtor. tutomailc dgfrggt, 19 cu. N.^ 


USED 

ching, __ 

alacB’k cakui 
call ‘ 


9fG4909 avaa. 

^ ^T MITi'MA. 
w^lng ardor. flM; 3 
culatgra, - 


'k caiculatoM, used atfara. 
•BLE >-A®*>a a1 
Nia MOVING MOST SELL 1 


MOWNO MOST SELL STOVE. Alt Backar 


KENMORE 3 IFEED VACUUM 
pawarrnatt. near new. *733, 


GARAGE SALE SATURDAY AND adCh. ^Shgwdan' 
Sunday. H> a m. to 4 p.m, FurnT- Sf. 


Ur* Fhana j COLUMN |FEAKt9. BOGIN 

__ I chaiiangar ampiifiar with miera 

Tt. SMO,_. 

teed cendi-' 

1 

OLDER ^ISTfRFli L O” A n'c 
4fiU'47 candHian. SM. 


CHESTEMFIELO suite. SMB, 

tffi 47? tlottfto?*4 »T. 


SOLID OAK pINiatG ROOM 
[fault' giaad .condiii^ Oat^M i' 


4XB GGNpRON F6or>7SLF 3 

JF barig. radL and ewaa. siM. 




iTJtsir 


1097 WIN 


'««"4S 


TRAOf MV accurate M FOR 
Bvmg ahatfun, phana 

FOOL TAKT FilHli’. 
HIM. Aihlng 1419. 




GAUGE 

N. anaiiA 


yigraaar. dood candltion, 

yV'NjJjojM PUggrTU*! FO« 


rSi.*«L*Vil5i* •” 

mideaway’ 
ntol^lfid chdtr. 


SJ'tWi 


♦GOO. UMO Hunt. GIRLS, 

r:tJr\^A.uv^ ™ 

StW'U.r'ii. "R % 

A^ll. [DOUBLE MO 

BIGINNCRI set” Qf' __ 


.r.irL*s.ir’A.m^r 


"COMFLETE STOCK 


TWO fair of lined fsacock 
— biu# tharty draea* ilOxM. 44 x 49 
^ 'each eannai. 3M-4i33. 


GORGEOUS 

sr; 


•us BLUE FOX FUR 
' fira ll. S2EM. Can ava- 


IMS 


DRYER. 40 

aland. 3I3-73M. 


, i^'OOLAV M*ST*Rk^w?,*7*i 

s^:, m si'Lr'a, j;.;' 

«UIT“i!LL,” a-ayt*# 

—S3M ar aNar, A- 

0 OE indga 930. 4>T-wn. • gallon WHITE FLASTIC 

lit they lagf, si aach. 


OVER IM SQ. YDS., 1 
• ..-lay- 


watariaN 


i--—"•■W machine 
brai ded rm. a te . 9SB43 44. ^ 

ADMIRAL i-rbve AND TOIS.. St!,<U 

ael alia, harvaai ooM. at new S9M - -- - 

and table w^ axtanaien leaf and ELECTRIC TYFEWRiTER 
four chaira I7i. 47S-Ts09. Coronamatic ?3M c-w carrylno 

u'iTru«*i~VAi; «A»* WOO. Matai typing tgbig with 

f'!?'*»» t\™»- 


— Mo FXB. i 

"chainsaws' 


UARAQl AND HOUSE SALE. 
' Mirror back aidabearda, aid grano- 
I mofhar dock and radio eemblna- 
'tion. reckiM chair 
‘ tour* ‘ 


laeemblna- 
mor'g. t4Ti faunten'RoaSm-Tt'ir 
. MTOONACDIURTOV-» 

Af^na Radar Ranae I'l; 

M7 GORGE RO. _3M474>' J9S4449. _ 


•PQA. bA^ _ HAMMOND ELECTRIC ORGAN 


Sirxif 


^mara, flaah 1 


3304, 4798. waahar %n4 drvar, SMO; 

chri^rna^llt. 3 match- 


- . - . ... . . IJU 34 cu. N. S431, 

link. naw. hutiar Brafhara 17M Dauaia* 
313 4911 


ROTRL RkCaiVER AMF. 

- Aki) rj. 


USBO M" ZENITH COLOUR TV. 
M goad #4 now. Only — 


MU IT 
waahar, . 
tian. Alaa 


DIIH 


‘;7TCH'm«toANOTv 

743 Far^ll._ 315. 

rent' 


GOLD 
9x11, M, 
315-3711 437-4994 

IKU 


MAYTAI 

ar aNar. A t condl- ,ar 
trtdga, 435. 479-4#Jl ' j 
HARDTWIST" CARFEJ, 


ana hundred ana — 




MULTI-TRACK TRAC I: 

»'«r ^ 

X.WLjSf.JliiiJSir’ 

•r:. »i>i"i..ci?Loui> TiLfvi. 

a^wi. ^wgra* ^^B-^^94. 

^Tm,"424L"”^ 

JJARI^COLDUMO- 1171. 

TmiK^WTOTMlBAT 

•Rd rMDUOR 

TWO TOMATOiriic'ATi' 

'afflm^pm 


. freezer, like 

Two aaira bev'i Niataa, 
glia I and 4. sio each. 4M-5 mT. 


USED 


SB-om! 


WOOL CARFfTlNG, 

n!%ASf^4r7^&rZ 

RK GUITAR. pt9f CARL- 
ancailant oandttlan. 


GOOD USED FifOMONT ZIG- 

♦Mil BRlTTMt INDIA yWML CAE- 
Fp yjjikeailani candftlwi, TO. 


MOVINO. MIMT tflL, RAnX 


KENA40RS FORTABLE WMHBR 
J^J^j-Bry. aacaiiaM candHIan, 


WA^UT FINISH BpOKCASI 

HARVEST GOLD FORTA'BLi 
^ygr. sao ar boat aNar. ittPim 
Duncan. 

MUK iiir oozini'of'mouTi 

oigi, typaa and aTiaa. 
CA^U^M~ RAFi' 6 ~FRlNT|R 


KENMRE DRYRR, OLp 
rtlla^ vgriMHa haat td 
Ilf iis lakaa, aUMH 


BUT 

timer. 


COV LI IR i NC ^CL^F EjjM Af 


SB: 


[umh. Igag than 




Mikfi friis. ai new. 


RUOI, CLOTHES. GLASSWARE 

oictw^, timat. NNmmawgr. ggr- 

?.'■ »-«» __, ylOTNI!. F URNITURt , tT VT- -"I- 

Office Desks 

‘ CORONA IRACI.O.MA CRAFTIMAN H" RADIAL. ARM -TI". 

P.NLJW •MAI. .. . MMMI <«l£. MMtl lyM *'■ 'M"* •••. b«K».; INTERCONNECT 

8 FA MBMBMIHIF AVAILABLE. - ^L*:**** '*0-9747.___ 1 

MV 9 STOO with Mtgtimp gglton.- -•. .....a—.. .r::-. rJW 

bhang 744-S310. 

FRiOlDAIRfc " WAIHER-Ip.' 4^’6»»''”* ®V.FFANTBEp USED WASHERS, 

—ixTmitgly S - —* 


;.»-ro«iai3SSr..*'S3iiri* 


tS^Hi 

LONG BLACK 


yggri aid. S79, 


K LEATHBR CQAT. I **" VO Pri bW . S« aa<h!*^l{y*' 
w »—>'small ufrigmt friooi. 
J!™?:_ibp*r»x _4 »" wiaa. rr* 


RBCLINBR 

ang mottrai 


TM 


OUTDMR INClNbRAT<» BAR-1SM. m fUi. 
LADIBI' KNEE HIGH BOOTL * 


LADIES' KNEE h'iGM BOOTI, 

gsvkw,.*"' ■ 

TWO *HIGHLAN 6 “'klLTS AND 
vaiti, •!» I and 14; him ^lanal 
caatumai. alia • and > 4 . 47 A 74 iM. 







O.R. RIFRIOfRATOR, U 

cj N. Giid e o ndiHg 
an 1 04._ 

ELECTRIC WHEELCHAIR. I 

FRpdT-FRRE WMITl. 14 c'u. FT. 
vik^wtth I44.ib. traaMT, SMI. 


CAR MOItr CABLE DRiviN, 
S404 firm. 4U735r 


GO CART. fill. 
ndakdavA 4S4-4MA 


!) 8 ?fwa '**" 


MLUXE ROLt-AWAY COT, 
w^makMg aiMpmant. MMIff 


erovm-gal^ m‘m4. 

J^ALLON OIL TANK. PILL 

>iff9j.^vgni. gaugt. whiitia. 471. 

GAviGE'TRAIN; MCtS- 
MDRCOM iurr«, LAMP!. COP- 

'singer 

aawing maci 
orde r, phana 
WASHER ANr"0EY|R “pQR 

»SFtfif!yMr* - 


VINYL 

W-W,"*_ _ 

Gallon oak'whiskiy bar. 
hHi. laad candtti^. Stf. ifa^lMI. 
RtPING LAWN “mower, GOOP 
oandiflan. S IM or aNa r* 4fMl34. 
WATER BED 

KlngaUa. IIU new. ISi. ^7»1. 

*I.!«L*!!£ ruuTK pipi for 

PTOPANi 


'jciSP'-W.'W’ S&iiN-ILf, 


WEIOER. j^^E- SUNDAY 1-3. 

uned^'an tTq u'e iatTn 

draaa* Whfm 


■ IRDSfYI 
drawart, u 
eantar, Ivrg. 


MOVING sale 
Hauaanaid lumitura. edit 47*4437 axcdUanTcdrw] 




INDIAN IWBATIR, 
Ftr front, man* 4 >m 


P.ON.t,. ejAN }*W.^R. 


S{S!K. 

MAGNUS ELECTRIC 1ACMQRO 
araan. marn^* M*Mt3 






















































































































































































New N 

dipr mm' 

11 N a • K . __ 

sssunsrsns;.'*"' 


. CMIOrY ra IMeORT TtUCIC 

Ili*cS?W*5iUr’XY^ 


emuwore 

mSCELLAKrEXHJS 


CHILOIIIN’t KtM ON TOYS. 
trikM. dom. iMt**. tafftM (PNh- 
tfTne*. W**M*» •*«.) tNf Kt- 
Mrv«r« and wwch mer*. sa-SHB. _ 

ABC CHlLOHeN FUlINlTURe 
Paclarv arlcM. w dNiM|Y af . 
AttM Pt 0«i^ 

i^SN ? 

Oaad c 

47W1K 


TY^eWN»Tl»S 

■.. ‘pwr 

OARAGB PO« TKAtLBK BOAT, 

any araa. pMaaa laava maaaaat. 

4rs4B47. 


ror QUALITY SHBE006D TOA 

Kh'wat-aTfV-sa -- 
{a'K..geyuvar^ 

NO. T SCNIENED TOA MU P) MUSCOVY AND ABKIN 0 
a yarB Bflivarad. inMfnum 4 ^ ^taat ar lavino. aSB-IMl- 

variit iwiaM araan aatra charaa - ■ ■ ■■" ■ 

Sa»Mck we. W a yar^47S4a4«. 


YOURHOdfE 
ON 

LARGE WORKSHOP 


T>4lt40t • CLOTHCI. 
•Treliaf. Backpack. a«c. 


dei 


ENORON AftAM. LIKC N^. 
tawfTM rad and w*tna buacy> PS. 


ar molar home. ■MT». PBAl’S. TOASOIL. !• 


fli) tIi'y UB IJ^S^TOCK 8l i*FUL> 
aaf’MKk vUU a^i. IN, AN1> EVCNTH 

I and aacaiiaa’ lor ia«>«a . —- 

MANDER 

TRUCKING LTD. 
&AWTXJST 
SHAVINGS 

erwahad CEDAR HOG FUEL 
315-3041 

A/ltrS. 4n-6U53. 479-7629 


ACB 

kwe M par 


4 ENOLISM **CHn.i 
coaH. Naaa M. tUca mm. 


Aftft «M.i Pid»l 


WANTfO OHtLO CMRIIR FOR 

back el Mcyd a VJ-m i. __ 

MuoriuiNBoua 

WANTED 


TWO^ROROOM_ MO 
WrBP m. m radPMfk 


HOUSi 

' ar car. 



trwck yrt^ eaP 0 A^SH-»lA__ 

•Vr"3ie YAMAMA TRAli .JfWAr 
' r : evUndar t iwaraaa w . maMJ 


QUALITY TOASOIL. 

YP^ ^'3sf 

ya^^va-AW^WJW.-VICTORIA SAANICH AONY CLUB __ . 

.■;a-.'.nii VS^ r:t«SSK'»*YS,"L.,rK 78 Plymouth 
__- •; J'lSr’ Horizon 

laadi M par yard. aiaaHA paona >H itw ar a^st P. ' diRl orBi. 

'-iuNMYV*Lr*J«CH I SALE PRICE H3K 

waad Iraa. 3BS*<m. _ _: Baardlna and tralnina. 10 » H 

PURE W S^ LOaA W 

1. 474<54U. -leap# 


S;1f'.,«SLrS5«i5SI:|78 Plymouth Arrow ! RABBIT 

4 cylUidtr, 4 fpewl, bucket D»lux» end ourtom mndeta 


LUNDS... 

w your 

dncB 

386-31 


Cash for your 
fumithlncB 



l yOfU daiivarad. _ 

ftpar SarKjPwria raca tr 

PBTH sad 8UPPUE9 'N^a saanicft. 4eO-n7S.__sdttl. radio. 

- - o«*«OE ,SAL E PRICE M 4i8 

'SSf^^T Sar..ta!Sr%i‘!5te'A’’ 78 Plymouth Volore [i^ct »<i opoon. 7^ DELUXE CAB 

iiroyad Ji •o'y'B. Aw^'jtnKo 'Naatam aaddN. 1300. 4Kloor Stdan. 6 cylindpr su- otill BvalUbte. 

7 fa-, 47a.j^, aiwr 5. 


airad. ana raar 


COINR aad S TAMPS 

ULT'wJTfl'iNVESTMEIfT, 

"'•••• •NdtaSby and black mni 
»*Bit cat* and tman*. Smak fat. 

.. Araai) Oaa.Troy owoc* W Q,*a»*f Victoria Animal*' Civ 

ilJ^lLS2J**aa,JjT^ 0*^ b£ ****'*• _ 

‘anft'Paalal Oaaat ^^’ictorla, fc BIRD AUCTION n’mrm aV'Ymall lSads 

....Lif°*-w 76 Plymouth 
Gron Fury 


A»d rtteW^.jitenil'r »un«y. 

1 issTio-iuo^T-^ iSsrJt^r’! - ■^ 


JOHN lUcNUTT 
TRlfOONG 

la»Oja>~4M*liya^op! uoi 
LARCI M SMALL L 


tomiUc. power stedting. 
power braked, rsdk>. 

SALE PRICE S519S 


CAMPERS 

WeatfaliR and Get-A-Way 
camper* with standard or| 
automatic tranamisalQnB 


SALVATION ARMY 
Needs your re-uaable doth* 
ing, furniture and bouaehold 
gMfU. **Kelp us to Mp 
others.** Family Thrift 
Stores. Victoria, Sidney and 
Lai^ord. FOr plclcup 
Vib-Sm. 


MALA DOLLARS. $1.00 EACH 
gr 415.00 a rail. Ate buylnn alt Ca- 


CYPRESS. OIBRALTER. IRE- 
land. Malta. U.N.. tiamp eaiiac- 
lor Ona^Mrd catalaeua 
>. SfW7. _ 


, I g.m.. Mwv«v>> A 'Ona aacn, loatenovra. ^..,... • —• / 

: .si-ss. “JSKi \:s: ■ ««>r s«un. v% .utomeae. ■ 

UMB6R SPANIEL puAAiES I kMcU.^d^ and yowaa •'e^k p o w e T steering, power 

■uSte. Rar# naaw wnitt _: brakeB. radio. t 

trice *3995 




IH ARTS awl A.VTNM 


avaUibia. Rart titavv wnitt leort- 

CV W:Tt4«'L!.tTO:! sK'J— v tJKis' * ,'san,-t,-4, 7= ri,r.,cior 

( ]Si) 3g4- H04. ayaninsa. _ ; baawiitwi haH-Siamaaa kHtana. '5 CnrySl 6 r 

IRISH WOLAHOUND AUA- a^naS. 

a3i^‘*^MftaliY^^^-' ^ BROOO NUREi IN 


nJ^^To MTiifimd •• VI Rutomatic. pWYer steer- 

r^vwina Aan«.'c>ig»^M 0 ^^ power brakes facton- 

■ 7S)>ioos. _ aiTt cruise control, power 


pia Araa* Bax 103. 


CASHII! 

FOR USIO SUNS 
1»7 (ROAD 


ATTICA 
IS 

CHANGING! 

|We mre nnovRttng 
IMo^ watehotue uid all Item, go 

on «le heglnnlng Mon. S^. <, e. mawyid furs. 


SX,r'i«yw. 

KENNEL WANTED 
kmMi. RMIV w tiYitim teVISo. J2" ri?2' 


"w■ RtOUTIRtO RAY ■n.OROUOJUI Alndowt. 


Nic* 

■■ - - *514747. 

PUREBRED DOMRMAN AUA- — - 

M-XS. b.e»m , «e . »M,. !nl'SS!!Lr!?!-»il 

p.m. 


. =—'75 Plymouth Fury 

blan**mift.^*Mp#rt- SlRtlon WBgOfl, V8 lUtor 


uaad mmiturt. TV* P^d^-- 
anett tor caan. AAal* Avmttura, 
M6-343S. IH) Caek. 


'» 5SS.5rs«. oSTut w. vAN^v^i'^^^.^, 

oMw you airbwt pric««>'et;W.^t'^y Rig^ocj^ryjgmiy: 

. , akne with coffee and donuU.wSw. abtf 4 p.m. _Baa^ Ute Rina. NayamBar U. 


BUtomBt- 
power steering, power 
brakes, radio. 

SALE PRICE 93795 


CASH 

Caatuma lawaiiarv, ayaiitv vaad 
dotniMB. vtniaea clamna. antiau* 
ciaWtea. iman. twmitvra. antlawa ■ 

_ BAY WINDOW 

WANTED 

Frencii Doors 
Singlet tnd Doubles 
3SW614_ 

HELPTHEt^l MELAl 
Our *Mv-na^ and veltfWar 
Aoimat Wadara Araaram. Sm^H 1 
saiaaoia tema naadad. And r 
jvar* wrpm Vdur oarM 
-novina ciaanual 3l*-td&. Graatar 
vwarr 


,pp,, I along with coffee and donuts, 
while you browte. | ort 

Mastercharge QiarfW par ’ ate ifibti'Tattea. PNinpi 
Padioraa Mrv i^hali. RJI. t 


I dttalia 


720 Morket St. 
384-1 644 

END OK SUMMER 
SPECIAL 


_ _ ,»;■'.iiS'Fit. RtOISTERED OH OiLDINO. U S 

•n, tM JJJJidI' 

_ 

RESISTEReO 
I, IA7 na^. 


BlAUTtAOL GROWN TORTOISE i II.YEAROLO 
etei eat, naada awlat hama. ; tteteSterad ^*di«|. lA 
atfactionata pat. ate 3 mentk ibaawllfui mouar. SM. 
Ebfiitt kittao. Cat** Araiaeilon attar * .p.m 
Laaeua. m-5h\. -- 


_ S.YeAR4>L0. H TMOnOUGM 

~ brad Bay aaidlna. IRYi. axcatiant 
w— iContormation. *—•— —• 

_ ate brawn ' 7SS-W^ _ __ 

Jfrlpad. NtCte 3 SS 47 tt __K and m boarding stables 

THE GREATER WcfORIA DOG 'Pd00f.putdpw rWteA.trp***. " 


_SOOKE SADDL E. CLU B.. OA^ 

! CtMlca victariBn snaratae draawr. • aQuARium. » GAL. COMPLETE IteJ** 2'*^ cl J2 

rara aPM cwa. CImO cnamataniWp with undararavat titer, puma., iwm* at S. Gamaau, 

, I Calfary Oub etead imj. lavaty haattr. amaoeni*. aavaral kteitNy pO-^SS. __ 

, victarian dinins ream auHa*. cut tropical tish. tlOO firm. iTf-jn;. 

THRiE-TvYiEk-iocK-R^: 

I tortfaMt pAea*. Han klttana ate ana baauHtwt, 

”‘^OUK*^ M - 

««I 536 y.te. St. 38W64I KL‘i«%“T7Jo,i'Taj.'* fSK liju",; 

. ^ - 7 -r,;_-; 7 ^ A i*TN JirniO. Aupplat >4 month* takan ^ *S>3B14. 

fcLw' ESTATE AND H'Ytim, Eurln, murm. > wE have room for 

:62lZ!if c,2li<£t I ANTIQUE Aueno.v : ezr RldiiTERED RLACK OR w- , OTt-w *- .}y<V 

-TT._==r— I TUE$., OCT. 1. 7 F AA whit, miAlatur, m,), p^l, MR- 

fll IMC WANTHD incKMUMln Mrt Om »«l ylc. Tyr-. Mm Rn«y M. ImIr, SroIm- n« - 

VJUINO iMWimA ErM AHRR RRR OtIrMRI rl^743.2*l FOR SALE: 1 RESISTEREO 

ALL TYP« -..JO- "^'Vj%^,^'^,,S?J,'3IS!SlD0iERM^^^ NAME "M'KHA^ I ISf ^ 

- prISM W W» SSitoSifl: Macm) Yire. S75 ufssSi , (RAEFOOT . 


75 Dodge DlOO 

Pickup, VB RutoniRtlc, radio. 
SALE PRICE 92995 

TOM Cl NO 
SELLS 
PREMIUM 
EX LEASE CARS 


TEST DRIVE 
THE LEADER 

1101 KM to A gallon Hiway 
driving. 

The Volkswagen 
Rabbit 
DIESBL 

AvBilabld 

SPEEDWAY 

VOLKS¬ 

WAGEN 

Porsche Audi 

DOWNTOWM 
971 Yates Street 
ot Vancouver 
Denier Licence No. D4X>4K 


IIT! BEAUTIFULf 

Dntsun fWspecd, canopy, 
truck mirrors, heavy-duty 
Unrper, radio 94,3(6 

75 DATSUN 
PICKUP 

Automatic, many taxraa! 

93.595 I 

75 VEGA WAGON i 

Only 27,orKi pillRs, radial: 
tires. Nice unit 92.495 j 

74 DATSUN 710 ‘736 OovenUle 

28.500 miles, white two- 
donr automatlo, rttUo 93,495 

74 MAVERICK 

Only 19,000 miles, hko-doo” 
automat, vinyl rOof. redial' 
tires, radio 93.196 1 

74 MERCURY 

Comet four-door, only 34.0001 
miles, floor-shift S2.995! 

74 PLYMOUTH 

'.VetUmalntained I''\iry m | 
four^nor automatic, power 
steering, penver brakes, radio 


gXqp 

2524 Douglas 
383-3635 


SPOCIAIa 
S2.996’73 ford VAN V4 
Auto. 


four-1 


78 CMC FUNCRAFT loaded 


385-2415 



YOUR 
.a, pri- 
larga box 


LEASE LTD. AAit&Ueoia 


74 ASTRE 

Yellow hatchbRck. 

• ’°°'n ASPEIN4dr..V.*RUto. 

73 DATSUN n noo EOCPUJRER P-u. 

WAGON 118 SKYLARK HB 2 dr.. V-». 

I Very nic# 810 ft»MP«d, I™ FORD n» C^pRT wec. 

, radio 92.9(5'79 DATSUN ®0 S-W, 4 cyl. 

en XOV^XA 75 CX)RDOSA Meny extraa. 

^ !75 CRICKET2^. 4cyl. 

CORONA , 75 FIDO 4x4, V-I Auto. air. 

'Metallic gold, four-door,,74 VEGA 2dr.,buoketa. air. 73 Charger 
fntir-speed. radio $2,495 74 DATSUN «10 S-W 4 cyl. a.OOO milea. 


75 Toyota pickup, 
radio. Canopy 

$3888 

74 Fiat. 4 door. 4 
brown. ^.000 miles. 

$1999 


PAID 

INTCRNATIONAL KNIJ 
5^4 Yita * _ 

m-ws. _ i 


___ _... AREA. OAA MOUNT 

38^3308 ‘lONCLY AFFf CTIOMATE ‘2 SSi2il“^’ 

-lyOMte tamaia cat. taarcning Mr , woWiad. «75 

VANCOUVER ISLAND 1 lovina famMy. ha* adoelad«. bvt ”’'*"• 

' wnfpnunalafy 


WANTCO 


isrs-isr.r'siif^ 

o^iona. Cash ar comienfl 


MFRIOfRATORS. 

--- -- dryan. 
Jor ran- 
cenaienmant, 


THOROUGHBRED REDUCTION. 
4 Brood mart*. * vaarUn**. S 
Waanllna*. 113-7^5*t7._ 


antiques 

AND OOLLDCTABLES Si 

Aratant tteir apactacviar Mwte ttiii^t ate obadiant. Had all nac- 

!ir?mWV.m.? 'sih W a.SS' PUREBRED GOLDEN RBTlir^' | ----- 

p,m.) Etwimitt Turlint Kink. ar. lamaia puppy ppslMorad. tot-‘ COMPLETE CORTINA ENOtlSH 
tisi EaetHman Rd. Adm te lo n toad, awaat tamparamanT for Icy- »ateia. pood condition tWO. 

SI AOj__ [ mg ho mo. *S 3-»43. _j ^pl 23. 

GEORGIAN MAHOGyiY CHESTsjfS 


WANTED; A PLEASURE HORSE. 
I4-1S hatea. for bapinnar. Ratoon 
abia. 47S-S0M. 


US^ 

O ve rbetd Projector 
Call WS-M4S. wemMea 

SQUARE DEAL BOY_ I drfNmrt. aacratera 

Aluminum - laad - coppar “ Ici^ca )W. £ ppWpT «». «* 

im HiiiH#.. godo - 

OIAMOHD JtWlLRY _WAH TEq.!c.,»o..dK Jtc. At m. 
iMiMdW. p«5»m. RIw* j;^il,r.. IIM. O.F My •MM#- 

ninaa only, 


pood condition 


paymanf. Ahana e^iiary. 2IM Oak Bay Art. by ttia tpayad. all ateH. 
fjn. No othar Bay^ haafra. clo aadJte teav*._ no pap ar *. 474-im. 

^ y OLD OAK KEUOOO TELE- SHEAMEKD-SHEAf 


STUOINT Ut^INO iUrC. 


tronte 

Yrtll.^ 

3I>^. 


_ .. any condition. 

VP to tS. mora for aalair. 


Booka, 

STisi 


•J!2S*X>aIte2aJ! 

•^llTTSSpn I 




HlGHiaV 

all yaur npuaahoM tern*. 
aal Tteta Contra, 

,1.. SSMSIl 


GALLON AQUARIUM. eoARO AVAILABLE FOR TWO 

nS4. cadar cabintt. compiaia heraaa on our proparry. In- 

wfin all aoparafw*. tm ar ' taka araa. 4;s-7m. 

1 WHEAT 'Vm6”OAT STRAw! - 
home WANTED FOR I bait. In tha fla«d. Arena *S3-«1t 

nth .<^man Stephwd. afiar * p.m. _ 

peed chpractar. MANNERED M 

Arab mart Iralnad Ei 


Bnaiiah, 


_ . _ SHEAHEKO-SHEAHERO CKOSS *S*-4Bn 

■hona awitchbpard. braaa cateia raadv nmr. Good tanwaramant.; — 

SkT lituvM, oM OM iwodw M{H. B. »»n.iM iST MJf 

WFFWW : ,£22L'!lSLw5 ” —---- HhI- “ 

IIS GALLON AQUARIUM. FULLY l#/xu> 

aouieead, plu* IS oalion on braaa KIASONABLB TO GOOD HOME— 

tin*, ate, 4>»4I4S. '•* 


►on.^^StaaSr aW, saa^ da# kio. __ 

I ORASS'hAY for SALE. IM MT. 




PIANO WANTSO ANY CO^-1 iiv. TKuf.J.Jr . 

,1^, aN, bWKA or OTooi. IMUM.! 1:1, ,.m. . S; 3> p.m, 

___I «Are»ICAN AWMOO; 

_^ “— - R*«*' 

SiS. SS'w»mT!5MS‘!»'l.MAiA ARM «I«UTI»»P MONOiEL 


LONGCOAT CHIHUAHUAS. dlNl L*th!S*^ 

. fvmitura.. lamaia. ona pat mala adute are »">•«<* *Sa- li'*._ 

laiate Hi^ iarrad. 4H>aDW. 


ANTtOUf VM'* 

Up to 2S par cant off ail fur 
rrr 1 Jahn'aJlora, 2*3 , _ 

Swiday. Ooan AUAA'ES. AUREtRflD 

-shona ater 7. Cabbia Hill. 

ANY fimir. 

braka-- 


Quadra At 
Caledania 

Detier licence number 
D548B 

386-2411 
Op«n Weekdays 
Till 9:00 


CMtvROLrr 


173 DATSUN 510 

fold fouiwloor. lour.sp«ed T* *^*^1^*^ ‘ 

I rndlRl tires, radio S2.396*iJJ®‘__^, 

|72 DODGE COLT 

Nice tmit! Four-door 91.895 


14B NRW CAR DERBCTORY 



76 TRAVS AM. V8 automet 
Ih:. power steering, brakes.] 72 VALIANT 

1 rior *** 96850 172 DATSUN 1200 , 

[Sharp, gold fmstbadc. four- 
178 MONTE CARLO 2 <kK>r|jp^^, radio 91.496' 

.^.'■"■,171 buick lesabre I 

radio. KlnUtwd In green 
with green cloth Interior 


73 RANCHERO V. 8 . #«pd. 
72 KORD FaOO window van. 
CHEVELLE 2 dr., ht.. VS 

*’■*' BANK nNANONG O.A.C 


One-owner tvwvdoor hard-top, 
n.995 

'j«750 i71 DATSUN 1200 ! 

_ .TWo-door sedan 91.395 

♦56 VOLKSWAC.IlX Square- yft DATSUN Slfl 
iback wMgon. 4 cyllnoer, 4 UAI>UtN DIU 


9 a.m.-l p.m. Mon.-Frl. 

9 a.m.*6 p.m. Sat. a 

Before Tou Buy Compare! 

STOP MOTORS e 
LTD. 

I>02184A 


Speed. Finished in lawn. j 
$890., 

174 aiEV S Ion pickup, 8 f 
I cylinder. poM-er steering, j 
I pow'er brakes, finished in 21 
!tone red and white. 93600’ 


Red four-door 


91,495 


McCaMum Motor# Ltd. 

DOWNTOWN 


Government 

at 

Hillside 

385-6737 


INFLATION 

FIGHTERS 


HEA' T railFMT^ 
and VaCMINK " 


177 PONTIAC 9-paAaenger 
: station wagon. V-8 automat- 

1101 Yates ot Cook; Mcrtiilt ,ta?I<)n'»a»oni 

’"“‘“rni WOOD *“ ^ lF’S^SSr‘c 5 ^,‘?; W„. 

1856 Island H'woy ^ wwro carlo v 4 

IF 94.5% OF NEW UHnatle, power ... ' ‘ 

VOLVO OWNERS power brakes 

Finished in silver with black 
Landau top and black trim. 


WERE SATISFIED, 


, T-v •«- m* Ahte Sqwira ll. Wan. 

Steering, "J 

radio. 1 AMrevnr^f^S It! wan 

4th hlAck _ . . 


"Virtit? 2 WHITE REClSTEKEO MlNIA.iUSeD 1*77 L7« ROUNDER HY 
tfSe. To h .. ... ... “ 


hra mala PoodlaA aood tampara-, Prostftlj 
-- I. *1»r47G53*4. --* 


larabi* to I 


bacauaa oo< 






_ Icpmoai_ - 

I modal m Babcat). Compiafa w«th 
^ i t" post holt auqtr. »at of track*, 
manvra bvekaf with praopia. 
tfn buckat ate oaiiat wk. 
xcaiiant coteltlan. Law teufs. 

tsjM 


Ovar 220 yaars •ld."ofS7 


WHY BUY 
ANYTHING LESS? 


July ate Saet. X R^iti avaii -1 
abfauppnrpouasL_t 


WANTtO TO iUY MfAT 




lAOUARIUM AND AtT 
Ifar lau. 411 latete Hi 
1 carry liua Mt«, _ 


iUAALiei ^ ^ CONTRACT, t. tIOA. oaw rvtbar. aidwuaf. mmr 

^ ^ ' 1 "*' ^MP* •tpaririQ. ppwar braiiaa. av. UWS. 


lHOcr! 


WAirrvD 

wMcai tpf 


E PUPS FOR 

_1. mm kivpna 

«M.42S» 


SALE. PET vtar* tapantnea. 
f^ Phonal (1121 r2*-aOB2. 


ii 

cpuacf 


S OVAL AlCTURE_^FRAM€S:-jkPD« 
^ 14"A". Clam lamp f ate. traaiar 
^ pfopana bprbaoua. HMm._ 9V2l4*4. 


• —«.##. <_BACXMOf JUO. 2 

WANTED . OLD. TE^EPHQN^ | pqq ftaooMiNtt. ALL BKlEDI, i buckat*. SMJH. Sell thradPar 

ffka°saga!:*fft.';7&.». «•«« r i ^ 

FRAM€S’'_Aa«* BUAFdT WITH BE-! SSTST. ii# ' W-SWI. *n.1*a. 


pfopana 

WANTED LAI 

■ tjji 


AAPliriACKS Tn ~D^''MiNDt; 
ton. Cte Baak Exchanpa. Is2 Fart 


WITH ^BE-1 Mrvn*'* •• *»j 

' ar otrar*,]^, 0 ,^ i 

ate 7 


I2JQ0. 


1*72 LTD. EXCELLENT C ONDI. 
nawi ■ * 

.W;_ 

JUST TESTED 

cK wV M,u. 

Iraafaat. 


OPEN 

MON. - FRI. 

8 JO «.m. -2 p.m. 
SATURDAYS 
9 #.m. ■ t p.m. 


MiUstraam OwvrolM Ltd. 
1720 blind Higbwty 
474 - 12 U 

DttbrUc. DOltStA 


2499011,., #. 1 ^, USA#.,'cufMffl A#r. 

I ufftSoi Cwmirv Mr 

ItVt yolara CMtom 4.dr. 

' KfetUoar -a* 

1,7, R*n^7#r, lAdwJTrr 

tm AtarOHY Comor Hr. ootoo 

t^T^oia warana e^r. 

1*72 tnfamatloaai moylna van 


78 FIAT Spyiler 
76 N'OVA RUto. 

74 riNTO R.W. 

73 C»VX RUto. 

173 SCAMP aulD. 

73 TORINO S.W, 

73 TOYOTA P.U. 

‘72 RENAULT R-12 
' 72 PINTO H.B. 

172 CORTINA 
' 71 HOPJ^ET RUto 
.71 CAPRI 
, 70 CUTLASS auto. 

I TO FAIaCON auto. 

' 69 SATEI-LrrE auto, 
j 67 FAIjCXIN S.W. 

S3 CHEV. auto. 


$7145 
$3225 
$1912 
$2287 
$2318 
$9410: 
$2087 
$ 725 
$1224 
$1102 
$1223 
91700 
91300 
91223 
9 625 
9 249 
9 349 


$3888 


DODGE-CHRYSLER 

384-8174 

Hours: Mon-Frt. M 
SAT. 

DC No. D00867A 

PAINTER 

MOTORS LTD. 

Compore Selection 

74 CLT.ICA 4 *|»d. 

74 CHEV H too auto ** 

71 MUSTANC; n Marh I 
74 CABIARO V-8 auto 
73 U. CAMINO 

73 VENTURA Sprint. 

73 NOVA V-8 RUto 

72 and 71 MUSTANf'- Marh I 

74 JEEP CJ5 4x4 
69 MUST envt, auto 
68 MALIBU 327. a^pd. 

67 DART CST 2 dr. auto 

75 CXIMBT 2 dr, 8 oyL 

74 ELDORADO 30.000 mUea 

PLUS MA,VY MORE 

Compore Price 

BANK FINANCING 
UU Quadra at Pandora 
O-0346A 3854)122 

(Altar Houra: 47S«IWJ 


•11 CHAAOER if. EXCI 
condhlOT. nw , MW. 
maa*. lira*. r.A.S.. 4B9 t 


ICT^IAN MAk- 

. . >nite 
ater * a.m 


fjh.|71 INTERNATIONAL TANDEM Tr~ ftAaT ~ i aiiMflap" 

■IC .VaSpr"’ oi 

ipnpr j^^^miiaa. ana am 


4 LOVELY yiCTJRIAN MAHOOA- 






;il« OARKEN U'PPUrs. 


■I* 


♦ar*. cappar, Braaa. laad. JSUBS. 

n. poyM. __ 


ality reoistered 
ra pupate far saia. 

atej^ate*. _ im FARM DIPLRMENTS 
TO GOOP HOME ONE 
hputa Halted uW «pMv cat. 

. KTns*. 


* CYLIN- 
or'^1: 


Ina auckai 


i*n 

ONL 

Hal 


r 

i. ia 

fvMV 


_Ia fvHv fK^ 

•aatA amaiMly 


rxr 


7aaSr«cK::«« 

i #a dva'fe ANar ay- 

--- OBKMAN ’shea- 


HTsE-ESri"" 


CAIN ADR MILIT^ 
Cafla 


Am* 




^^p^ooXiftSSSSf. 


WANTED, BNDCIIN 


Fef mate 


AfNDRAY AARMS" LTD.. €0$ 

4 yarte laf dabvarad. 


STRAIGHT 

irarji' 




M* WniM «4na. MaaB. 




U A R I U M I AND 

laret BPidfitb. 


Pump Installation 

Butler Brothers 

E^uf^imcnt Ltd. 
652-1121 


MUST SELL. '79 GRAND TDRlf^ 




aim: ^ 

** 'CHAKOER 444 . IMNUCU- »rada^ M truck mm camaar 


KITTENS TO GIVE AWAY. ONI 
mf^r^Ajl^^t^famate. Cirla m 


ISLAND’S 
aate. ume 
Hi 




t'lW 


acanjii i 
iptemc 
ate ai 




0F|'** CHAKOER .. 

i.V'riiSsinS'is'faapi^i;' 

aauip- 


D GMC J'*VS. - 

J* Fard FiSD luoar cab pickua 
' i*t4 Chawelaf W-fen ^kuo,‘4.a8o 

TESTED 74 DART ; ' 

!Wc iSLi* 

Irate naw ate raadv fa aa 
Jedaa Maxi van canvartipn 
|v Nrintll'A Bi^ naw 
OWNTOWN SIDNEY AUTO 

*l*.7i*^* 0U17S*A 


Palm Motors 
3342 Oak St. 

OPEN MON.-FW. 9 9 
(1 Block tn>m Douglie 
off OoNcrdRlei 
D00641A 38643S5 




74WVIERA 


STATION WAGON 

'71 CHEV NOMAD Ve tUfO. AS. 

AAiN/ff**MO'fSft lVd.„^ 

Q^a at HiiiNda, — 
D4M*A 


SCLT 




AUAFItS. LHASA AASO 

t!r8.,TO:,P^ 


TO JAP- IyANMAR 944 WITH 444 LOADER, 
* -- fj 479-44*4. 


* WEEK OLD tr. BEI^ 

hard, m^ta caet, nrli maafc, fa 
aaprovad hama aniy. * 4144*1 


aaprovad hama an iy. 
FEMALE DOEERiMN, 


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AUTO, PS, 

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avcallant : 
and 7 pjfi. 


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WANTED; B^BOO. CLUMPS, 
daad ar aiiva. Ab^ aridih. 


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He. Saa avr ad wtda f $9r 4mm. 


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FAST 
THROUGH 
CLASSIFIED 

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'* ^*Tiim, waaan. ^a# Marfar. MB a^na. 

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mllafL naw 44044 aakine 44444. 

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tehtan. 


1*94 MERCURY BOBCAT 

fetisp'.csvfsa^ 

1*71 LTO'^WAGON. POWER WIN* ^ 


naw 

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MUSTANG CONVUTIBLE 
tw. cpraat* ate PBint, na« 


Wille Motors 

GREAT 

SELECTION 

77 Cordobo 

Mt vt ouio.. n., 

77 Olds Cutlass S 

Vjj ,..., M.. 

cuiiam j 

NEW M£y%!lT C^ERS 
Y £3w IN 


LIKE NEW 


1*74 Oatvun BttO. 
ppw ppckr - 
CITY - 

Oauel 


349^11. D-eimi A 


I f H thaad' Ynii 'ear ha* baan**’aau^ 

ijsc.vx-war''""" 

>TA STATION WAOON, 
arx Tl. Ml^ln tlrpa, 
AALAM radia. axctefiw 

HBCIfiwA*.**** *"''**’ 


1*71 LTD EROUOMAM 9 DOOR. 
I naw cateittan, muat aail. M4te. 


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miiaa, vary d^. 




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YOU CAN NOT 
Buy A Better Car 
Than An 
EMPRESS 
CROWN SEAL 
.USED CAR 
with o 30-day 
100 PER CENT 
MECHANICAL 


You Can Expect 

A Great Deal 

From 




WARRANTY! I ^kA 

iMk tor th* CROWN SEAL;L,UKrN CLL 0/V\ 
Stickar oo the Wind«hi«kl i 
78 CAPVUC3: CLASSIC S6B86 
77 TOYOTA ptckn^ with' 
canopy SH 86 

CQAOn' SM96 

74 MUSTANG C 836661 
OPEN 

Mon.-lhura. 8>S 

Frt -Set. « _ 

I STOCK-Na TIMB 
s*i-Tm DJ- DOwnAl.jj 

Cruiser Squire 

6<p«u«n|«r. V>8 auto.. P.S.,, 
P.B.. radio, roof racki.: 
buckikin In colour. Ex«l 
oelient oondltion. 

"n*natkm jinAeta]" 


DEFLATION 

SPECIALS" 


1974 

THUNDERBIRD 

Ona 9t tha ftw Me anas affarad for 
«aia. Evarv oa««r accassory awali- 
sMa. aaOniihad and ilka 
Hta dlicrkninatkne 

MANY OTHeKS.-4UCH AS 
ivn Outtar a. A T. 

1*^ Anwstana 




100% Bonk 
Financing 

YATES AUTO 

950 YATES ST, 
388-7722 

D4UI«A 


74 nODCK Dtote, 2 dr., 

H.T.. 360 auto. pa.. p.b. 

73 raRO rancharo Loaded 

73 DMtT 2 dr.. 6 auto. p.i. 

75 VAUAhrr 4 dr., VS auto. 

74 BUlb( Appollo H-B VS 

75 PINTO H-B 4 apd. magi 
73 VW BUB 7 paia. 4 apd 

■ 73 FQSU) Capri VS 4 apd 
radlalt. headera 
72 BUKK Omturlen loaded 
71 VOLVO 142S. 3 dr. aedan 
70 SUNBEAM Alpina GT. 
auto, radio 

«S SKYLARK 2 dr. RT. VS 
auto. P.S.. radio, low mllea 
68 MUSTANG V4 auto. 

67 saiSTANG 2 dr. H.T. VS 
05 MAUBU 2dr. H.T. 453 


STOCK NO. SIOUC 

'74 Mustang 
Mach II 

V-S auto., radio. P.S.. P.B.. 
nuf wh—It. book u'indow 
ihutten, green In colour. 
E^coollfnt condition. 
"DdOadon Special" 

^OCK M>. S1618B 

'72 Maverick 

4H)r.. V4 auto., 
orange In 
conditian, 

"DaOatkn Special" 


».Vi) 


8^ 




77 ca.ic^ 

S5496iLimeck l wd. 

$6436 

MHv* PV.. 4 led., Ujm , 

tilts 

176 PLY Volar, 2 Dr,, RABBIT 

|75 PLY Fury Sporti 2 Dr. |t •. •«*•.. tratt mliM Itm 

|HT 7d'<;ATFLLITE 

75 BUICK Apollo « Dr »M» ^ 'aSTi i. ir 

l75BOBCATVUla«arWgn. 

S32S5| 

174 PLY Duttar 2 Dr. 31895 
174 VOLKS 412 Wagon 32695 
74 VOLVO 2 Dr., 142 33895 

74 ASTRE Safari Wgn. 31995 
73 DAT8UN 510 2 Dr. 31695 
73 TOYOTA OoroUa 2 Dr. I 
314851 

72 PINTO Squli, Wgn. 31895 
71 GREMLIN 2 Dr. 31295 
70 DODGE Polara 31295, 
j67FORD4Dr. 3 695 


STOCK NO . S334C 

'75 Dodge '/• Ton i 

V4 auto., P.S.. P.B.. radio' 
with factory .-<anoi>y and| 
mag wheel*. Blue in colour. 

' DeOatkn Special" $5196 


TRADES WELCOME stock no. su 2 »a 


No Reasonable 
Offer Refused 

IOO% FUiancIng O.A.C. 
Open 9:00A.M.-9:00 PM. 

2978 DOUGLAS St. 
382-9111 

DOmiA 

SNOGIRD 

RECREATKWIS LTD. 

Ill E. euriMlda Rd. ltl-7314 
"REAC aAROAlNt" 

71 CADILLAC 
Ts'^fiTUIIA * Dr., 

OT 4 Sea 


'69 Torino Wogon 
I Country Squire 

Automatic, radio, P.S.. P.B.. 
UtTood panelling, roof racki. 
white in colour. Low mUe* 

•s*. 

"Datlatlan SkMclal" 


McCeHiiM Meton Lie. 

N. C. McCALLUM 
AND HIS STAFF 

Cordially. Invite 
All Our Customers 

TO VIEW 
THE EXCITING 

NEW 

19790ATSUN 

Product Line In Our ‘ 
Display Showroom 


excellent selection 

LATE MODtL 
USED TRUCKS 

SUBIJRBAN 

MOTORS 

THE HOME OF 

UNOOLN OONTINOTAL 
ANDMKV 
5IARQUIS, COUGAR 
XR7 ZEPHYR 
BOBCAT, CAPRI 
AND 

FtJRD TRUCKS 

Douglas & 
Saonich Rd. 

386-6131 

DL00863A 


wrA'Jsrjfw 

041 Cedboro far Head 
•t r«rt mi PmA eiv 
>Mlar Lictnc* DOWSIA 

592-2471 


T6 Ford Fairmont S>W 
78 Chev. Camaro 
78 DaUun 300 SX 
78 Honda Qvlo 
78 Pontiac Trana*Am 
78 Plymouht Horiann 
78 Plymouth Volare 
! 78 Plymouth Arrow 
I 77 Dodge Atpen 
I tr Mercury Cougar 
77 Pnnilaic Gran Prlx 


lOpen Weekdays 'til 9'?^ 

77 FlreWrd Formula 400 4<4p' 
77 Pontiac Ventura 
77 Toyota Cellca C-T. 

77 Doi^ lUnkcharger 
77 Dodge B-200 Van 
76 Mercury Oougar 
76 Pontiac Gran Prhc 
76 Pontiac UiMani 
76 Chryiler Oordoba 
76 Volare S-W 
76 Plymouth Gran FUry* 



arger 


mUtS. 


STOCK NO. C304A 

77 Chevelle Malibu 

2 dr., V-8. auto.. P S.. P^.. 
radio, air conditioning. Low' 
mileage, blue in ct^our and.3S2*6122 
priced to leU. 

"DcAation Special" $4755 


FR£E OOOTXE AND 
DONUTS 


Honda Stondordt 
itTI Chtv NOVM 
itTt i^iM4 CjeMtco 
ItTi CoerlM PMMC 
197« Mento CorM 

im 0(d» Cunaok lek 

Itn Okdt Cwtleil Sweram# 
etsM 

rrtdon Rotil-A-CAr 


MUST leVL Itn CAMARO LT. 

31$ V4. owtamafk. all pe - 
I tiivor witti sidiha landoou 
vttour iniarfar, ^ onW 

w. 75 AMC Pic.r 

lomi^ triw. XMIM._, 75 EirMrd Fomiuli 350 

!h; teoRT FURY HAROToe. VI 75 Pontiac LeMani — Sport 
n Old«nobtto Cutla.. 

cont I.C.A.A. rtporl. 11700 or Mat ITS Datiun B>210 

" «:S!5..“'*' *•“” 75 D.rt St»rt 300 

COLLECTOR'S COHDiftON, ^ AMC Matador 

FoiHiK. i door. Mrdaop. Nt« tww- 75 Chevrolet Caprice Cbnv. 

Mhvda and Mlln ««MHtarv, new __ ~_ .. 

>a»nt. IS yen. t ewna<a isaio. or 75 Plymouth Cbroooa 

WtoTSio^TSiii^' ^ ^ Chryiler Newport 

JUST LIKE Ni* 

. . Rkite.^ dr 4 tMod Irene 75 Dodge D-lOO PU 
miMion. redte. Mouttfvi creem ow 7 * ivwIm nJMVl 
lour Excellont cendnien. At • lew ^ iJOOge 

■ im or 74 Marda S-W 

.74 SatalUte Sebrlng Plus 
eORO XL. l-OWNER, JH rww» 4 »w Ovniwer 
amine, teckot Meti. Cenoata »hW. 1 ‘4 Dodge tharger 


SCI-ROCCO 

4 fpd.. paarl metallic, leath¬ 
erette. vent w 1 n d o w I. 
tinted ftau. radio. 2S6f 
Km. Uit $8,140. 

NOW $7695 
DELUXE RABBIT 

iOiampagna n Edition,' 
taupe metallic. 4 dr.,i 
auto., lunroof. A M - F M, 
rear wiper waaher, 7000 
Km. Lilt $7385. 

NOW $6995 
OELUXE RABBIT 

2 dr.. 4 ipd.. iporti package, 
leatherette, radio, yellow. 
3000 Km. Lilt |65». 

NOW $6195 


IfTI a.M.W. Ml Dame. Satt 

From $11400 
1971 I M.W. MverU, *u«e. M«v. 

uedetod $0 flii ieoc $$.eo 
IH7 a.M.w. im cewM, wnne-etvf 
A cdioctort nomi. $l ,000 
Nid* Civic MtChOjKk. 
maroon, v O.C 

Itsa Ronewtt R*!! tour door todar 
oramt V 6 C t\.*X 

Raneuit R.a aowr door uiiii'y 
S'.250 


DOWNTOWTJ 

1101 Yatea at Cook 
Dir. T ie 


Wivk CARRi OHIA. V4 VINYL Rami’brekM.dewar kt^m. •t^!74 Mercury Bobcat S-W 

end oun real. Mtcmeck. mee tometk NemmJieian, redle. 6oed;.. 

iSiela wwT M^ln redielL , condition. 3lS.74lt. 174 Ford Ptnto 


MkMIln 
w Mini. 
tHCoaont shOM 


COLWOOD 

1 IMA 2 


wi CMRViLCR ’ WWRORT. I Chryiler Newport 

etr condttioninfl. I74 Chryiler T A C S.W. 


' '{fEi '77 Hondrf Accord 


SrSB'mir’i.cSSi, c'.3RS1::m Ford Gr.n Ttor^' 

,-.47 . . .^ ... ___ 74 VW Weitfalla Camper 

1856 liland H way wp; coudar. ilack inte- iim ameasiador d.r.l. sta. 74 nndfl* Dart Custom 

478-1741 Dir Uc. D«S ^ vTIHS' ^ 


’ .’iSilAutom.tic. 

Jo'tlSija? 1^. MT .^0,1 riffi- 

i;'*Tn'lRD, »-Or.. M.T., toeuiiKit 
A-T, 

Dr. Idn. 


AM-FM. PS.. 


1171, 4 door, silver ORCY VW 
!4ii._ m 


etiotH. rodlei tlr#$. 

. rool wltn oomr lunrool. ell tjniM o»^ 


inciudina. 73 Bulck Oenturicn 
brefcoa. pontlac Aitre 


n TOYOTA 4'Or- 
Nkol 

71 CH^ InidMo 4 
Ol^kUS^N 4 Dr., 4 1 


$] o 2 t{ui?!» ion. tiood MMoe 

iSStS', 


atoerino. windom. rbdio. tiis. Ski-i — 

_ ,..., .j brekoa. bir condi- ifyy”MbwDA~cTvic"MAfcMaAck' ^3 Valiant 

•xArwv n BI 4 , ;!{!? ?-!“ l2!l£’ _ ooS ^“brSImairio#, Alfn( 7 J oiev. Monte Carlo 

Si 24.000 mlleinBliie In colour, iion. ltf»v r ocimine M ckot w en. r,-,.v>r^r>~r7;Viv i radio, otboi boitod redfela. aloa ^ 149 

^ DrftatjonSp«l«l ws™ _oa‘*g.;.w*'S£iy. I'Haw_: 72 Chdlll.e FiMtwoort 

r^l_ ■ 'HL W -YMO UTH SCAMP, J LM OCOoBiA. Plwot IW-ISM. CAL1F08NIA JPtCIAL ' 72 Ford PIntO 

,‘|;rf|_76 Dotsun '/.- fori r"*- »1S? 

eta. nteda tmiahtno toucMa. **#• ^^.^YEOA HATCHSACK. 


AUDI FOX 

1 dr. auto., silver metallic, Romud’LeCar oomo^u 
iMthrrrtt., iwUo. wh«l-. 
arch trim, glove com¬ 
partments. 2000 Km. list 
^44. 


Nesy aeloctton of I.M.v 
CAPITAL CITY AUTO 
1750 GOVERNMENT 
VICTORU. B.C. 


72 Ford F-250 PU 
71 Chevrolet Vega H-B 


NOW $8195 
PREMIUM USED 

78 AMC Cbncord wagon. 

atiio. $^96 

78 CAMERO auto $6685 
78 ZEPHYR w.gcn .uto^ ’} 

77VOLMU:w.gon6.uto ,J 

ARo 2->i:« 


MOTORS LTD 

2936 Douglas 

It ¥QNTE99 Viiioeor 


P I. 


Datsun Vt-fon_ 

1 ^ j.ffiiWIth canopy. 4-cpeed. radio, tzt.—— S dru T i tMlaSino **aMcma. t». VEOA MATCM aACK., , WHtT« 70 Plymouth Roadvirnncr 

ki ton 4I4MV. I i«iri Anotia and Corine aert*. 1 sHin red Mterlor. oulenietU trena- ' 

I iMpe ^ blue in colour. nwM, 4 .aeaed. .ntw redje. tirea. student muot 


) YALI bV J50 auto., P S. 

74 VBNTyRATF.S., F.a. 

$5695, >4 CAMARO 2->i:» F.S.. p i 
• .-:k auto. 


) miioa 

. evto 
I meet 
t therp 


."Deflation Spedal" 


•you 4S4(il miloa. wtiita with lurgaMdi 
♦J®®tln 1 *rter. mtrd. MHO. _ 

a. JW J714. early A**i»"e 


CALAIS 

IT. vinyl 




SI OVER 150 UNITS 
“jTO CHOOSE PROM,-^ 

GMAC and BANK 
FINANCING AVAILABLE 
I 7S eUlCK 

[CORNELL GM 3 £ 

?!!!“£ JS.' CHEV-OLDS LTD. 1 m mctio* aidcau, 7 poo* 

I>4}0681A 
LMnesiA. 


miiolon, tooted, 
a aii. 114 50. “■ 

Si braSToIi-’ MiCAT. LIFTa^^X, AufCL 
—-STJwSrSltTJis^vSrvAvMt ' "Wtk. eobd c^ltloti. S7,0S0 mllea. 


CCLICA, 


CAPRICE 

CONVERTIBLE 


ewnoo ana a*- 

mtioi, on# owner, V4 eute^lc. 
power atoorin#. 

eoaor vrtndowa, •iWM-ttoe dert. 
rod iirttrlor. svhito ‘ntarjpr. whHf 
lo#.* motkuloualv molntelned end 
poreeoua. for 

mourn. 3W14 iT or fotWoneo. 
stvsiie. D-dSeiSA. Murry Invea- 
lora. two le ono of 0 kind. 


SUfSi? !? 4 «Jr 

^ ORfeMLIN. 

povror broke#, itaarlni, 


' — IWuat OK^Itir.'w OMun 


. 0L4 

“flymootm 


_ . . ODOR h 

{toe, axctilont condition 


tfl? 


STi 

moea. n 

__»n iiiida. 

O^loi^ SiVtS. 4714711. _ 

^~b«kMi.iN,“ ~cTirN6Eii|;« 


'M AMIAIUDOR. 0000 EC«y| J^MfO^ONT >PORT.OELUX^ 


ond meter. Power vHndowe. alter- 
IM. Mutt Mil, SIM or otfora. 

476-]i».__ 

TOYOTA CROWN WAOON. 1171, 
otiemoiic, axcelltnt cendlHen. 
powo' brakoa. radio, food load 
corritr, JlObS. SM^MI. 


0 ?^' 1 !*a. 

arsd Crotto dMle 
Loko ofboa. tt 

rRi..'TSJlK 


euM., Edoibrock 
Md. Air anocki. 
mesa ExcoHetd 


PUMLEY 


- . , _. _____ 

. . looed, buckota. 13400 or boat 
or iMve moaaoeo at, 

$200^ j 

'tf Fotcon woeen. rune won, I 
.3 I *-;mo. I 

•eod. M90. 477 - 44 S 9 . 


■n auitin mini _ Iw NOVA », iNjwyi sjee^MO- .itbrbig.'MMr b,.k«. 

SAW mill., Vw. j. AMdMoipwr diK Wto, Tm, I« MMW. Ud ,UM, KiNimdlk, runtdiidi 
! MoMn. tfMtII. Duism Mil cIM -•'k. «• MM did**. 1 lood. .I.im. 4II-4U,. 


71 CMAHOCR II. NtW MOTO* 

■>« oCm ij^yiic 

JWM 


•oetembi 

Hr 


blon. Oftort io V 
•r jW dova M-St 
ni->N7. orivett. 


1966 SUNBEAM IMP 

. eood Mint lea. 
' aocond car. 


Motor overtMuted. eeed i 


n HONDA CIVIC KATCH|ACX. 

Geld wim otnatne. tot OunlM 
siMi rodieit. troiiw tuten. 4 ttu^ 
dod fi^iT anow tirea MVS, NOetw 
MMM4. OL 




’Jsrn.;it;^a6"..?’M’ 

u< IM mr I ».m. 


•nontba #1 
warranty. 




•anal, i-door oovoo.ji 

feijmpr 

. . .riAC ORANp LI MANS. 


i'ja,*»"c.*:KA'’ iifJkii^winVMuri..... 

lowiemetlc. pewer ttaartrva, eowtr I cor 

•;»al^ OKCOtiont atiepo- St4M. ^ 9379 . 


1 « 1 « Ya 


OLOSMOaiLE OELTA__.. 
•" - awporb eondrtion. 


BRAND NEW 
'78 MINIS 
ONLY $3625 


ilSTri!^. 

IM 

Wi 

nil 

i ♦" 

'Mt... .. 

' 4 wvica LI _ _ 

, 'M FORD FALCON Si^; 
Ibwilf. oeonemkei. tecrince 
firm. «M>3in_ 


^-1777 SUIARU l-®OOR. COUFt. 
^ I tiboad, .da»ui^Mi»^.^m» ctjon | 


I 


PLUS 
MANY 
MORE 

ENSIGN 

Chrysler-Plymouth 

Ltd. 

DOWNTOWN 
YATES AT COOK 

UMlcr llcMKd number 
D495A 

386-2411 
Open Weekdays 
Till 9:00 


77 HONDA AoMrf 5 .pd. ' 

33695 nMALIlU, 1-dr. H.t. 
tiAtm. ' ru*2D I 2M CrOv. COO 
$4496 ij Rtv'f RA ?-Or m.T Loodto 
ti COUOAR 4 ted . aieca 


?m I)OUGI*^^ 
Beivieen WtiodwariU nni 
Woolco 

Did O'’903A 3W-i: * 

PETER 
POLLEN 
FORD SALES 

TOP QUALITY 
USED VEHICLES 

PROPERLY 

RECONDITIONED 


76 FORD EUt* »uto 

74 AUDI Fbx 4 dr., 4 spd. 

34196 

74 AyrRE HAtchb«ck 4 .pd. .. 

u.-mA an* _ 1 n ^'iVILLl Id. It.lldn 

73 5IAZDA SOS auto 32293 


TEST DRIVE 

AUDI 5000 

GOOD SELECTION 
IN STOCK! 


M ILVBBIT 4 door 

"PRiceo TO liLL TS PINTO 2 door 

71 auiCR CENTURY LUXUS Ml mMSTT 4 doi>r 
eule. p.a.. P..b 3 Snerp cor. la ui.Miu i 4 (WX/r 
74 AUiHTN 4 door 
*f% 74 JAVELIN Sp«cl»l 

1 73 CMONA 4 led., rediae $^ t\ Vll’ Buc 
4* MUSTANG t dr., Oute Sim 1? 
u4U4*B si^iiit 72 TOKINO Sporti 

<* **»• »«’«»_ 75 dodge H ton 

TSFiNTiSiiS^ISSi**^®’ 12995 76 LANDCRUOER 
KBoiaa^Wen ^ 76 SUBURBAN 4x4 

>4 aWrci^ioidJd Sgj6 courier 

55 i8Yo'fl»lSoi!j.dM ti5}™ \ «on ind eamp*r 

Q «*e CtI mi’T? T 2 WESTFAUA 

i ?8fSTl‘?r *“• ii? 74 PLY^UTH uigon 51893 

ijjaMus'vd.d* iiiil 

''ATSk 1S4W? 


t2195 

334Sj 

sm:> 

$2-195 

$3t)95 

$6795 

$rj95 

$3495 

$5«r> 

$ 499 .) 


1972 CHEVY VEGA WAGON TO 
be aeU terjifn tt ^l^> aev 


M'l Service, M3 I1I4, «2| 

Ftwne lor eaeelMmant. 

|c S~WA0eN S TAllflMi: 

I ^ne “^woooro • 

idle. RMiwea-^ven. ' 


.1H4 VOLKSWAGEN 


I ms aUlCK LA 

oHlent eenditlen, . 

' newer Wbkea, eutemetic. 
oner. mte i S. 


lAIRE. EX> 
Btoerlnf, 
v-T beat 


HARD TO FIND CAR 

EAJIRAiCUDA, IIIN OR |«4 v«ntura 4 cy>. P-ttaeriM. 

running ^ydttldn, neoda WlnL 


77 MUBTANG U auto 
rr DODGE ASPEN 
4 -DRy auto. 

74 TOYOTA Oocona 
7$ DODGE Polara 
72 MAZDA PU 


|5195|miiaa_ 
$4096 


condition, boklne' 


SELL 

^ItlOT. 

5(i-' 


1977 CORTINA, 
4 aeobd, rodM. 
d. MM or beol 


$2196 

41696 

_ ^^ItefTTrAFRi, good condition 

70 MERCEDES 280 SE $8496 tnreutneut, many ontlena, ism. 
on onau'riA/’ *T •tiQn 479-l01» anytime. _ _ 


‘M AMGASiADOR DRL SEDAN. 

ISSKi.’Tsisi'.SW..’'’’’’- 


Il4^i 479-001 9 enytlm. 

IflOftllHS FORD COMET SEDAN IN 
* ^ very Mod oendHIen. MM or oHera. 

Many more to ohooee from. 1479-W44. ... 

Dealer Uomeed 592 


aftnN^^'SSi 70 PONTIAC AT 
1 . Mo irwiora. gg DODGE WGN. AT 


IfTI MK 11 TOYOTA STATION 
weoen. 4 cyt. enelnt. aienderd 
oMtt, very well milntilned, eeed 
retlebN nmity c^. ll4»^4M-9f7L^ 

1974 MERCURY COLONY FARlC 
power etoerlnf, brekta. svtndowa, 
aeot. automatic tronamliflen. elr 
cendltlonina tXI». tk-Wt 


atform. rodlt, 


RllftL, 3>OOOR 

idmon. 


me FOtO FAIRLANE 

nsi nftngfcs: 


OR'I ITEM 
—^iN. e^ I 


ORTINA OT 
immecwlm 

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eenditlen In¬ 
tv melntetned. 
^1114. 


UMI OR OFFERS 

1971 AMX. 0 beeufilL' - 
nei averytUMi t^ 1 
cretera. otert. hl-rloe, Crele 
end mwen more. Leeko b|^ tnen 
new. Come ttid Noli. XU . Mfnfy 
Itreft. anytime, or pnone » 44 m. 

•Nor i. _ _ 

71 CMiVfTTI, T-DOOR. OVER t 
L^-9* werrjgt|^^^ot leir. | 


>I97S ORIMLIN. AUTOMATIC. 

I lew mlieeet. very peed condition. 
191-4411. _ _ 

_ ^iffara en viiiw. 

pttff 

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.rl^iSS 

leiT"lARRACUOA fait' |ACK 

body enepi Fnene 


e TOYOTi 


convertiele 

Immecuiati 
S14-9444. 


'“’tkii 


ms 

fade _ _ _ 

condition. 11». IMS- 


CHEV IfLAIR. 
atendpfd. 


4-OOpR 

runninf 


100% Financing ' 

on Approved Credit! S.*i' 


Scotio Plan! 


'mSr 


7S MAZDA 
Mllea. I4N 
479-IS2a 


j or van IM-MM or 


_ Tooor Forr.^iirt 

atendprd on t^. n^. 

PiCKWp I 


Jr jgjjf 


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.-MNd .r«»Timh^ 
_cenditten mreMonevt. it 


laicc. 

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1972 CAFRI 
nertftee. pll psver. 
SMM or beat etfbr 


rilTEO. 4 DOOR 
elr cendliionad 
lEs-smr 


FOR SALE} 
meq wneoN. eeed 
melt 4911. otftri. 

l974~li^lTANG 
4 - 4 ee 4 d. 24 yIM mllea. 2 IS- 

s. 


•P FORD I DOOR. **£••• Cle^. »a4W. 
toed iniWler-titterlor. 1^7 COUGAR Sit. AUTO. OFFERS 

Ya. 479-iw. _ |m ti .^. V^ et nn Cemreoe 

iG II. a'CYLitaDER - 

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Douflai Votkewagefi IM. 
3829 Douglas Straet 

388-5466 

Dtdir LIcme* 0034IA 


Luryrlevalv 

el^HM alt 

eenen aeot with dem rtai. tcceaao- 
ry floor meta. eewtr atatrine 
powo' erxiMi bowor «snde»a 
rewee aeeta. reclintne Beaaenear 

iepMaT^ e2?*9etp2aiMie 

rel mn. cr"fae rontrol *4M mi’ra 
*■ mech mora. 


RAMILtR AMaAIIAOOR. 
redla. evtomette. t door tmdfoo. 
atoerhid. power jirekea. VI. 

IPS or beet 


power ateerini. 
^ EUlCK ' Lli 


mo work,' -79 CAMA«0 Z 2 I. NEW TIRES. 41—:— 


SARRE SEDA 

ictfunt. ANo 
Urea, wnoe 


ms CHEV. 4 cylinder, STAN- 
derd, mtdd. niOda aomt work. 1 ts CAMAIIO IJL NEW TIR«, 
* “ '“S-Trse. 1 yrr^ immecMldte condHk 


SIDNEY CAR AAART 

IM. M imn ...4 .AVI. 

Extra Cleon 

Lpte Model Cera 
T*uck 4 end Vana 

1A. 4M1421 


SPECIAL 

a DART SWINGER V4 PUtO, FS, 

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. a4r,, NT. Milv Sl Oie on* 

pwnpr mllea. FAINTER MOTORS 
TO., ISIS Ovedra at Fendore 
-D4«4 ' 


a, 11974 VEGA HATCHtACK, MiM - _ 


These Units Are All 
Protected With 
Our Speaol 
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Guarantee 

PETER 
POLLEN 
FORD SALES 

YATES and COOK 384-1144 
DL745A 

tTn'ot^^sw iuiiao aoe. 

new pelrl. 4e,000 miNa. meoa. AM- 
rM a-trtek atdreo. t2SM firm. 
3l37i44. 

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bs.c'iH t*«'« and venaoN. new 
Mint and carpet- ’’•oyiit tr«na 

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^r^cu^o^ canvttan. Aakina 

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only IliN mriea. cor nwa^ aeme 

■n cAMAio, WHiTi, 

'47 OLOS C^LASS 4-OOOR., .. . 


must SILLi kiAVINO TOWN, 
tort* iTfRI* 


1«7I CIVIC MATCHEACIC 1^' 

VALUE. IMf CORTiNA. •TllM. REMNT 
~~ anoine evtrtieul. Ottira. ua4N1. 


MAW.S.K _. 5ii.VHi .w f _ 

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itfo. -a riin.n. ih. iviSx va, automauc. *^1.6 .JIk * p.m. _ ">•••, « 

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19)7 Fentiec. exMtlent, # 

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.UPSTh 


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CAMfRlDOI. 
Slis firm. 


M FONTIAC STATION WAGON. rLT/A -- 

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'71 FLYMOUTH FURY III FOR •T -- -- 

8C. 455 : ;m-oyoj««.to«-o.-t«*n.. 


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SM-Tiei or 114^4 44k ter l^n- 


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meter end Irenemleilen. 47MS47. 


197) mIni'. low MILiAOI. IIMI 
4n.e74i, 


'ill** cyiin^ aotemetk. 
ndHlw. Mna^etie n wifin. 

,4^1^110 4Tm^__ 1197) HO 

IsStiSia# 


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ell arovnd cend'tnn. Mw 4 i M« 
tllM. Aniy SI4-SU9. 


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brand Ww ^ Senr#c44P|fi4 deek. 

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__— 1 '74 MGI ■XCELLlit 


SERIES 41. 

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. f\)t lurther information 
_ ^ ^ , i>L«kM c^l ma personally. 

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PORSCHE B MADSEN 

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MOTORS 

?MI SOOKE RP. tfMOM 

73 VOLKSWAOEN 
CSTpfWUM 


, 131 mvcKS. 

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779 Pandora 

M COMET 


;4 dr. « < 
P-i. Or 
30.m mil 


AT 


SPEEDWAY 
MOTORS Ltd. 

9n YatM St. Virtoria B.C.: 
CXflca 38M-U5 Horn* 477.3751 
IMOtMA 

^INDY“ 

PACE CAR 


•l^b9Br>n>"l5rV CM> Cab. 
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4 CYt IMTORTI PR^ «» 

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73 PPRO La TON 
window von 


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ALL TRICE TAGGED 

PROM -77 TO Wi 


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^ oiumMum von. tlftS. 


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s 

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hood. oM 4*ri a or doer ono tnM 
tiO. 47P437T. 


CARS AND TRICKS 

RA vneu 

NEVER 

SELL YOUR CAR 

UNTIL 

YOU HAVE 
OUR OFFER 

INSTANT 

CASH! 


C.VMPCRS. riUtLRRS 
«aS MOTOR HOMM 



?l**^ord. 4 »oo cdbovtr 3T VI. 5 id* 

end L ir iifti dtek. Roctnt now 
mo K r. die SfdH- , . 

73 KtMtam Looch. 37' trfvtl 1rd*P 


'^wor and MKh'no. iS4» 0 «1. 


METRO 
TOYOTA 
3 DAYS ONLY 


BMW 5301 

ilMr ^riv**^wW?*‘tuw ^WdlSi •rof'd n*w wttn •vary coiKtWanit LAST CHANCE ***!^1!L ^2^l!l?'it»y'”of>lv tomato w dlttrKwtor 

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OS* '',£L"r"iv£S!il‘ n _' 

WE PAY ' 




47 CMC 3-SPEEO. STANDARD 
tron$.. ccrmXotd Powor »to«r>n9 


'73 TRIUMPH ROADSTER. 4 tvl- . 
tndor. 4 M>o«l. lennodw »vdr. «• 
(441^1 tIrM. Grodl rimRino c«neL 


THURS. 

FRI.. 

SAT. 


TILMIDNITEi 

YES!! 


TR-6 

VPH MAOST I 
)aod> lonnodw 
10. Grodl rimi 

WAGON 

RAN TORINO SOUIRE. 

PS. pV rddlo. Wv won 
I mdintdinod Ov locdl owner. 

RUNABOUT 


_ rvfdcturod. A trud coiloc- 
fort Itom. To vltw coH 

YATES AUTO 

950 YATES ST. 
388-7722 

D4l4iaA __ 

ALFAROMEO 

EUROCAR 

7Jl PEjAERye ST. 

_ 

MERCEDES pi. 


.ton wim Hr diu 

mir.__ ; !_ 

3|D cv. ip 4l/)M mlidd- rMi 
eowdr 44fdrtnt. now rirat. mtiNi 

and bdtiarv. City laaidd - 

firm. Can 73l>3044 dr vtw af 

I J04I Larcitwood. 


SS.rdS. 

n PiDarform II* ednvar>bta ri,n. 
(now lid H.P. Marcrviiar 

_tilt 1*1. "tw top. *•«- 

rvrwwr traltar. afl for irMl. , 


bixk enqi naa. 3 ^-447; 

TOR ULE* ONE SET OF POLO, 
Irig. vart aaau, a CBrnMnaiidn of 
rinyi and mMtrlii. 4" fhlck in 
ntuat “ 


tha HlfrbMt Prices for 
Your Oatn USED Car 
TRY rS — YOUTaL BE 
SURPRISED! 


iinum SOI. 3 laaad. S-i e aa d axoi. 

silSs?'i,SS!3’2ib''!Sio*5tt,SSL’i^r^^ carl spicer 

power plant. TV.. Bvo ditvfi ovtn, ■ Richmond Rd.. No. 104._ 

I METRO VAN. 90.d0d MILES! alfcwidmonlr^la^ trWoA Mf-1 

3tl tholna. banary. eanarator. odH. cruHa corttroL I 4.MK14'' 


TRAILER SUPPLIES LTD. 

PROPANE - REPAIRa 
AND 

APPUANCE SERVICC 

Cuitom Building 
and 

Van Oonvereiont 
Largd Peru 
and At^oRMOpei store 

652-3941 

M(in.«Sat. d to 5 
Sun. i3 u>4 

6459 Patricia Ba> Hv.y. 


m C.4MPKRA. TRAI1KRS 
and MOTOK HOMKR ^ 


nsssk 

VANGUARD 

MOrORHO.'AES — CAA^blU 
TRAILlRi — »h WMEElT • 
• VAN CMVTRSToNS - ' 
IMPORT CAMPERS 


Tioga Motorhomes 

"NEW" 

JUST ARRIVED 

miptn 

.art:. 

•m ary 
larbf HvinB araa, ena wim CmK.io 
and fha amaf faatwring comfort 
aoN lownta tni ■ ““ “ 

cored. A m<jtf i 


7 - 7d TIeoa a W ft. miptmo- 
forhomaa. Bofh on GM < 

C*>t with daan air. idaallv Wd Ov* 
varpa rear bathroom ary 
■ , ona with Ccociio 


mi 

on L.. 

uariar. 

iirat. tM~oaiilaity tirat. 
Ifomaik Panv. (amparizaa with 
cbaraclar. i«st oifor. 




‘iiaa. - 

MO"«eAS6N*»Le OfFE« 
HEFUSEO ON ANY iniM i 
TRAObS WSLCOWE 
OL OmtA 70A1U 


ai t'r** ildSr jas-fif? 
ibaood anyllma^_ 


Used car mgr. 
EmpreM Pontiac Buiek 
wo F7III4. CMC LTD. 

«^.4 rJ^lsg-'-Tia D LDia TA 


WII 


I a 7 7 — rp' 

LAMPCR w.th tridp 
CUM kh. 


vanguard 
. turnaoa and 
1344: 


4x4 

TOYOTA 
STATION WAGON 
under aeXNN miiaa. Phena Rota 
. 471-SSSI or 44^44a7. 


77 PINTO V-4 aute. PS. P*. vorv 
> Quick iittta car and raaily aharpl 
Pricad to 


/KJl 4.door, MAOQ pamparod. ona ownar lan DODGE to-TON 440. ONLY 

_ 'mlloa, itow axbau4i irttam. naw 31,000 km., with 74 11 ft. Falla 

■ pa> vorv; d^ caTburatora, 4 haw tiraa, 4 Campar tocUtotni tod^ frtdoa. 


many types 

CAKS AND TRUCKS 

SELLING AT 
Pretty Low Prices 


TRUCK 
WRECKING 

. JM FORD INOINf. 6000 RUN. 
Intng order. IS" OM wtmT. three 


'TILMIDNITE COBRAII 


naw diac brdkaa. naw cMrtch. new ;turnaoa toUtt. 
radiator and «li beia a . and line Traliar 

codv axcailam. MiAt a^. Beat'Dc^iat. 313-41 


_ F»r« 


^°Si ' StYtrLtbOOd . tbUbW. ’tw FORD ROADJTeR, FUU 


iTOP DOLLAR i 

FOR 

TOP CLEAN CARS 

Conuot: 

BRUCE IXICKHAHT 
CORNXLUCHEV-OLDS 
ICjO Douglas' SSMTT? 


i APOLLO 

1 ono 

tOLea 
LiONOL 
WINNiaAOO 
PLtKTCRAFT. aUNOOPrttCR 
HOC'OAIRI. LRtSURtCRArr 
CANOPY TOPI - ACCtUORlIt 
PAT DAY HWY.. IlDNiV 


OPEN 7 DAYS 

EX-ramai Karatoea on aala from 


ZODIAC RV SALES 
k SERVICE LID. 


M 7 7 — r4 VANGUARD 
CAMPER with tridoa. hirnaca and 
bunk kit. SMto 

1170 — I0'¥ VANGUARD MIN* 
HO^ on FORD cnaatU v^th ato 
ev. m. V-l onetoa. SO.4O0 km. 

SI7.SOO 

ItTI . 30’/ VANGUARD MINI 
HOME an FORD cnaasH wRn 33i 
_ _ 'cu. m. V O angina. Caplain» 
MOL Saaa .cbalra. cruiM control, tin atotrltM 
wheel. 14JOO km. SIO.IK 


. tvaninei and waakanda 3IS-3IM. 


1*77 
1*70 
Biqo 1*74 


Come in and Make 
Your Best Deal 
on a new 

TOYOTA 

Then Get o 

FACTORY 

DISCOUNT 

and we will 
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DEALER 

DISCOUNT 

DOUBLE 

DISCOUNT 

ON ALL OUR 

NEW 1978 


MODIFIED to MGA ROADSTER, k. naw battary. ttartar. rear tiraa. 1*73 Ford Kary Van. 
)to cu. In. Munclf 1 a paid. var-,travel acaap. racantiy paMtad-,ax- 1*40 Ford 400. i4'Van 


AapM — Volaroa — Cordobaaifgndtrad t^i fer.atratt rM. itoO 
OiK 4300. 14 Van Muatana ^cL. C4. itrai^ axia. 

Ford 3SD. ir Van oana rear and. KM fMrweed. 

Fort 3*. 13* Flatdaek vt-n**. _ 


Van. 1?* bw 


WANTED 

Hond^ VoUuwMRO. To>-oU.:S|*5i" 

D.t.cn, MG, Triumph. Am. 


174 MUSTANO 1 toiaa. PS. radio, 
'sirippino. front and rear aaonar. 
BcauHtoi. 


tigatt ipm, ftdalbfactL hoiiav.lMiiant aalr^i^. ti 
dual txnauat. ^ brake*, mao* 'to. $1*10. 477-3744. 
and Contort SR*, narrowed Chawi ium^ 


DART 


raaf and. chrotfia roll bar. no ru^ tPto 
walgna *o*fox. 1 wo..iiM,_Llcancad 


;^i'9hr'dlnV^"»o"Sn':SrA'“ 

Grafton. 


INDY. 500 


I For mar# . 

Saa at 

AVIS RENTALS 
u» Quadra Si. at pJtvto'A 
or Fhooa J. HAWTHORNE, 
3i3-iOS (waakdavt) 


tSS*" !25i..“c5Sfor'Sf; 384-1721, 592-3121. Sporu and 


' Offer. 4to44M. 


74 4-dr., DODGE SPECIAL EDI 

TiON. 310 awto*.^ -- 

Victoria car, 17400 


PB. I owner vatta. atMrv 
mil#*. Excap- Ciudad. “ 


CADILLAC 


SALES LTD.. 
U2-*ni. D403*1A 


r. trend nM 1*70 Cer- 
try oancalvabia option m- 

DAiSrN ..cJTv^uto ,vs:-3u:.;«1._olI 


JEEP 4x4 

Ptek-up rnodil with winch. Govt 
$l«*L Pacific Marta Pau- 
5-1431, OL03073A 


OKninthM modal* too diaU. flarad faodara. caiitorma »f4.iAi, •••v 

n,ar. comto^rAormatan ij« SJJ ^ 

oTs h“"' 

tRS?SW^?VR8E^*DK‘N 
^11 lowin ^ 


, 1300 


AUSTIN OWNERS. '54 Tl 
anflna, ovar 1400 Invactaa in parTL 
alona. .Oto ever bora. Muaf iPii 
__ at leas. Can initoii. $}00. Phorw 

H,\RD TO FIND MDDEX! ; - 


truclc*. 

d mp_ 

_ Larpa 

ffd^to- P'^ht 
I. Eftimatai and ax- 
a on all J^^**'^* 


and Sanf duma. .. 
part work dona on all tnauranca 
cfalma by our larr- ‘- 


ALUMfNUM AND 


GMC JIMMY SIERRA. 4X4., 
power brake*. I mounted tire*. 
3S0 autematk. power xtaerina 
$5400 or ba*t offer, 

: eS3-3433. 




GARDEN CITY AUTD SALES 
3*70 DOUGLAS_ 


72 SPYDER 

FIAT, radial*, radio, tonntau 
cover, naw oalnt. iu*t i^ad. 

91 >«un I« 8-Mr KJiw _ _ $2m. PAINTER AAOTORS LTD.. IM GET THIS III 

wSSk inuir.!?. 

SSC, » 1977 BMW 5301 1 gfa vHS 

Bigaatt economy. Eiaaani Silver'..,.^ leanr. 1 STOOD. Phone 303-4170 

orav wllh matchmo intarlof. - ■PTTi' 




_ TWO B70-14 4.Pt.V SNOW TIRES. iOD 

5*3-0450. two A*5-U ‘ ‘ - - 


- 


SCAMP 

mouth 2 dr HT, S 

PS, PB. radto, onlv 
EndPHanaL 

TORINO 


. . ^ - miiaa. fibraglaaa canww. timad w 

air oond l*aoo km ; ^thma 303-4070 a nytima. avan. tornaca. mpf 
aunroof. AM-PMcW. »taroo. mth 73 'passenger SCHOOL BUS. 
tallk paint, Pirtiil anowt. SI 4,*00. not up to'motor vaMcto Inapactlon 

- —but. food for 

or ot«t 


TOYOTAS 


Phono_i*a-744l.^^__*tand4>^ 

'anofna. many axtra* tneiudlnf AM- *■* “*** 

n FNnwum 1 dr. NT, UwN 4 Frt r*|b - ' .. 

biNo. PS, Fi. ri4b. boly «.«» “' ‘22; 
mlibb. jKObWbbl. 

lltTS WFbCEDFS S«OC. ELEC-. 

' trk window*, aiactric aun roof, ak 
cendttloi^ AM'PM radio, taoa 
deck, driving lam.t 
ing mtam. mow ‘ 

74 GRAN TORmO HT, m 
. Diac. 


taed lor privata 
I oHar. Contact F. 


74 DATSUN LONOipX 
m.ia*. 4 *od.. factory air c^mm- 
ino. dMtal clock radl pt ymq ua,. *11 
“'-T^aaa camoar, tintad 


2? yd'^i^^'i!l£fti^*’^40*^- OOOG^ chauHnocr. JM 

fa ^ll.'’®b!nSirttto2% unl- 

14400 varkairoof racka, 304-0037. ^t»na anytPna anar a. 


laima by our laroa .,. 
aint tn o^ Rapair* to all n>akaa 
of ovtboord motori^lf repair* ov 
Qualified mecnanic* 

We've Got Them' 

Parts • AcceBBuriM 

PROPANE 

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] an componant* utad to buHd. rtn>' 
vata or tgu>p your campar, trahff 
or motorhoma. All at raasonaok 
price*. 

REPAIRS 
RENTALS 
(Off Season Rotes) 
Consignment Soles 
Von Tops Installed 
PEDEN R.V. LTD 
386-3464 

ItU QUESNEL ST. D41,»4 
* • ■ ■ “ , Ponbac Bu<» 


Behind Empre** I 


71 PLYMOUTH SATELLITE RE- 
'"* tome paria for 


avan. ^^dca. mot nk* ^ too- tran»mT**ion and « 

fVb 'S3 '.'“-•-■•’Pm- 

I Vil/-TnOIA A.a/MI 


D0l*toA. 


MUST SEU. 'TS^ - 
ton can^ aaoelai. 
auto, 3W/ d»toJ 




VICTORIA PWHEEL DRIVE 
FREE VfHEELING HUBS tor any 
make of *-whaei drive. D-13^. 

5*7 Hillalde at Rock Bar 3004511 


073*4. 


E. I.3D0 miiei on rabuiiti—. .. ..ni^emuat, 3 wayi --— — 

tony extra* tocfUdlnf AM-1'47 RANCHERO, NEW 303|*£2U*^ vakaal^W hIgh-iCHEV 360 TURBO. 0*0. BIG 
t caaaatte. two duet JRtb- motor, raMIt trana. radiaia. atc.iSf^i^^varvcUan and well block oyoi port hoM*. $135- Frtnt 
1. Prl^ wall at 15.100 or S1500. n T^a Landcruiaar 4x4. ^.>2^ ^ara to S^- MmtnHon ^aka*. tor 40 to 
.5^4*15 .».000 milaiF a«a»ant *haaa. ?xS4KT&w. ^ ChawS^ia. 4»-fii0. 

--—IpftQf*. After 5. 4iM3l*. |74a-*w wwKaiv--^--- 


wanted to buy WTSUN S40Z. 

eny condition. Phono Gaorpe. 
3 05-3513 or 31X77 5___, 

STUDENT NEEDS VDLICi- 
waoan in raileolo condition, 

30 3^417 attar a p. m.__ 

F350 4XA A-SPEED. '77 OR '7A 

_,4<viindar or imaM v-0. Caan. 

big' IIB444-3B47. _ 


BOB'S 


1% 


MOBILE HOMES LTD. 

^ Crease ^b&-:)623 

DL 00414A 


OKANAGAN 


BIGt 
DISCOUNTS 

Now in Effect 
On All New RV's 


743-iai«. 

CUJTDM'WiNTEO; ITJb FIAT tif !-.TF-' 


■ ~ I ‘III III — ■ I .74 cmEV van. custom ' WANTED, 1*7B FIAT 134, lNie-l..« CAon tam 

'6)Sc'»*W"v4,i'^lwnl^*'lnlli7t'T^**'*- 1225?Atm2Lf*Yndhf4mnilMl5r iwT'rA Sbtclil. Mu4l bb lb oood 

11.44. irwM 4411. miMlon. .xc.llM cobbillob. No SS iiiVTSSii. 5*44 conirel. V4. i WANTED; FfONT •OOY FAETS 
rMUbibiA on*. rttuM. iu40ia. . JSi'SC^SST . ooA# ».«. 


eiceilant condition. Cn'aanoHk ra- PORSCHE 

F®'^- 1*>4 — *11 Tar«a. torn mliaata- Im. 

_ . «« -v-Ai^ m macwiai*. WHl taka clean traoe. 

ORBN 8;30 TO 5;30 


iionabto oftor refuaad. 3B4-4070. 

TWO FORD H TONS 
73 art '74 340 4 »aaad*. 1 


CLOSED SAT., SUN.- 


CLASSIC 


D40344A 443 


44 Phone Ro»*. 475S55* or na^ 


.. . OHar* on S3300 and tSlDC. 

30*-7*33 a*mima. 

,1*75’ GMC **’ TO*N. 4~>^EEL ' 
anva akkvp. 3l.d00 mllat. ha*: 


.A TRADE. '74 VOLARf SUPREAAE,' Other GM Part* 
mirt,35,000 miiaa. ‘oadad J^iudino ti|» anytir^ 

13100 *te4tino. alaciric wlndowa. ate ^ wanTIC 
lata modal •- truck with- wantbe 


hood art grin, piua X i eT 
t» tor aai*. 303-3447 


470-lMa. 


•44 CHEVY VAN. 

haadar*. 


IBM camps.rb. ri;Aji.t 1. 
MANTED: ONE TWO.BARREL pnd MOTOR IIOMF-K 
Aeobar carburetor '** 

12 art miac. 


_ 74 Renault 

parti. 4S7-775* altar 


SiSOO 


BRAND 
CELICAS 
COROLLAS 
LIFTBACKS 
SR-5'S 
CORONAS 
CRESSIDAS 
LAND 
CRUISERS 
4X4'S 
PICKUPS 

CANADA'S 

FINEST 

TOYOTA 

SELECTION 

ALL AT 

DOUBLE 

DISCOUNT 

ECONC LOT 


i\ FORD 'rton 
M Falcon i 4r: Ai 
64 UttUlta 7 dTj, HT 
M Fly. 3-dr. MT 
H veGa auto. 

4* VOLVO 4 dr. 

*1 PHeto 

J Mwiicfwd.Cair) 

ifp'*' 

:t b6bcat s.w. 

74 MTtUM ilio 

7$ TOYO A COROLLA 
'I CHAR RR. VI, At. 
71 DOOGi Vtn 

- 


aaODiFtED *54 MGA ROADSTER. TR4, EXCELLENT CONDI- 1*' 

b MOeu in MuSkfil 4 meS: vw^ «on. whit* with oij* Intarlor, toe- wl 

WP\A/ ' •hiff. E^ibrock. holiav. TT! ^ 

INCVV 'dual *xh#u*f. dlic orakaa. matt* af*. ISJJOO milt*. lilOO. **3-7047, br 


been off blacktop. Aakinp. hpj^ aC^IAN 7-OOOR HAROTOR M 

5*54534 aftar 5 P.m. ^aiTflrm' for part* or wrtf*. «1S0. Lmv# f. 

frtot throtrahovf. Ii*» nrtn, ^ 3450547 dav*. 3»-i245 fu 


1*77 RALLY GMC T7^AS5ENGER 1^77*5._-.levanlrt* 

indow van, exetUant condition, w rv>nap~ rLUB CAl' DM0 Si. 

1005 mltex. MMMF atMriM 75_D000B. CLUP U"W. »Cy 


SUHE*" ‘LFINE ,<Vl , >‘*ye„ »J 
rear and. ctYom# rpii oar. no ruai,, x*i 'W r 


f‘drdtnp. lonne* • rover, new hat **ll - - 


_ iC^iia. radto. . 

^'^:WcSS?Hr«?i 


•i^'lfto'aSwar wakaLWOLKSWAGEN - - - ^ 

^ “^Dortl^toa "*"0 condition art ml»c. part*. 


MOTORHOMBS<<AMPeRS 
TRAILERS - CANOPY TOPS 
Part* art Acoaaaorie* 

^EPAIR^ 

"Wa irwtaii HNcnaa art 
& wiring" 

Open iMan.-Frl.M a m.) 

LOGAN'S RV SERVICE CENTRE 
6» Burnaida. near Douafa* 

*^*^-*- - ■ reduced bv *3m"^o ’$2?W ^1 

OOGWOW trailer ules 

PaRTS PROPANE 
WEiTERN WILDERNESS 
Camcarj 

M'lLOERNESS KOMFORT 
Trailer* 

3030 Daviile Road 
Hianwev I at Millftream 
4754441 OL-00431A 


COASTLINE 

TRAILER CENTRE 

70 TRAVELAIRE MINI HOfAE 
torla dtluia rnlnl. ena omv 
..ucad by 17500. To $73 000 wim 
A< crglt* control, tlorte ptrac* 
tub irtwor. carpet, monitor panel 


5TH WHEELER 

II *t. C'jitom’buili in 1*74. Sieej* 

4. mower and hot water, tr.^*, -74 jf CHAMPION MQTORHOME. ''5L** i 

furnace and ovm. Large rttomg fyUv *ait contoinad. Furnace, air ^ to 

t^nk*. EaiTiv to>^ with ) ton conditioner, power unit. «tov5 ** 

' Included. Awan. IrMaa itMelna. $13,303. 


71 RUSTLER 51 FT. 

A'lth •howar. hot water, 7 *)*aoe' 
Radu:*d bv $700 to only $43*1 

70 FRONTIER TRAVEL VAN 
With A-C, cruli# control t'l» whee' 
careei.^dlnetit. Ice box^., elnk. 


I work. 


73 ^rtw^yanf^Ji, toaffliceiianf condNion. _, . . -- ■ ^ 

re</i*l5 t3M or be.t porVCe TORO ,E^,OL^^^ »4-03lT 


' taden. radial*, radio low miiaagc. 

. In oxcapllonal condition through- * 

I out. Priced at $s5o below value tor Ji®”* ’•f" 
* uf. Owner loavlnp area. 


van. 1*41, til-- 

TO. SINGLE wRfL VTO oondltlon, 
eiiart ■ trad# fw 


UP interior, nm*! S?J1 
lltlon. $1300. arl$l>0. 453 


ovan, 3-way fftoge- povmr itearing. 
oower brakg*. 43.000 mile*. In 
good condition but nood* a flttfe ^w-ranu: 
work. Sacrlfka price of $5*50'^ 
*$3!*77. 


70 FRONTIER It FT, 


“FFUTIFUL MFTbLLIC SIIVE* 9°5®f I- . 

.bb.. rbUil kn. mIMb.. libj, „c.l»r.l coMI- *«“ <l^r,b^lwl«. MCI 

lion. IMtfd. Cn M urn ,1 im *' __ 

C4 rM.n1 ObfabOb _-»*' •“ ‘SWbb*.__ '7, tj-5 oiKK METbCLIC KUE. UOO^SM^ 

'ObWm.4 V RACE CAR “E’ *'yM|E*>.6*' u LAND wIm IbOk# wMttl. AM^M , TRACK TAFB" DECK. 

‘505n after 4 p.m. 




Of ca*t offer. 3i4-*774 after 4 KELLY FO 


*4 OC05 

11*44 4 door power window* 

*aat5 ' Luxury car, pood thapp. m3 


tran*. lot* of 
-Offer. 344^. 


1*43 FALCON FORO TWO DOOR, 
bucket *551*. 4 cylinder, eutomatk. 
Intpaclad. 545B efk 
* Fbird iwe door, 


te«ted- $450. built ar>iiot. new 

;trani,, new paint. . . 
,-Eto9;?S"'Offar*on $1400. 5*5-40l2. 


$5,500. C^ll 475051 
1*77 TOYOTA 


- CJJ- »l4f*' to' parted wofkii 

Renter oonaoi*. HIOO. 7453444 dftor ^ maaktr*. U V 313-f 

ALPINE RE- fOTOTA LANDCRUIS&R, 1‘47 INTERNATIONAL LOADSTAR , mountinc 

^5»P5 Tailed. $*,oor^ Phorw Duncan iW_fdrv1ce Ltd. OL 01S04A. CARTER 475 CFM. **5 GV , 

4-4*14. '474-771V ___cu. In. complete or Mrt$, $’ 

BMW m3 _ ^ x,*,. r*toV«»i»*r»’ -to“fttor uxju *:,.'~MAa WHEELS. Mgnti Ci»**fto deck. $75. 475*^^ 


^ . jxnk*. .. 

-Pu. Hitcn Included. 

ENGINE, RUN- w y cOA 

..J ml»c. part*. 43 !^0,3UU 

Rambtor^jgto bodv. need* engke , lOGAN'^ f^Vj^^RViCE 

“ BurnaSa near Douaia* 

___D-0OK7A STORE YOUR RV ON A HOOKUP 

- - --ARE Y^HTRUCJC Smo^ ui!^*on*i?5ka^^ irt Roraie. w i.r 

TOUR 15" X r' TURBINE STYLE SPRINUS ADIJQUATE? ^htor Near to Lake, river art oven, torcad afr heat, undercoatoo 

*• ^.rt 1;i.sr*c«NpoPF 

50L^ c’lJal^IrnScmtSw 3^IX ^ 

Morkirt ord^ LOGAN S RV SERVICE CENTRE 
3l3-$4 to. I 650 Bwrniida Eaai^naa^Oougia*^ 

.... .. WINCH, 5>0«>SAWN*iPEClXL CANOPY' ;jSar"tank”and’^5:'k4 

with mountinq bompar. tvpe camoarartg. nfceiv ^•"'•,ba*t offer 4S1-1*47 

- —periled interK)f. mu*f be »yn. . 

A« reii Mr ftto'w W4l To* Av*. *r 4*3-433D *M#f 7* BOSON V MINI VO- 
CARTER 475 CFM. S*5 _GM ^7 4.30. _‘ TORMOM# wRh ertstl* air cert.. 


It-k' VANGUARD CAMPER, 
sleep* 4. Include* rgof reck*. 7 
propane tanks. 5bumar *tov*. 13 
"* voif *v*tom, 14 oaiion 
S1.TO *r 


WINTERIZE 
ANTIFREEZE 
$5.75 Gal. 

FRONTIER TRAVELAIRE 
RUSTLf- 


1*n . 1*7j. »on-roof. am-fm,'radiei* ex-, c^n-^ V^,ii» 
con- cel lent mechanic*' '‘d'Hon. 


'undar^EH iww «w, w-,- v » 1 ■« 

i prJrto. tkcallant. |3 54o. 1*57441. *4i00^w_rt*t offer. 4754*05, 

M. 


CAMPERIIEO: '4* GA^ VAN Ai. MAG >^£^5 - - 

motor, new partly camp^tad, aace'iant eortl- toro 
■ nical lilTTiKn.. 124*5 UundaQ^^lalaa art 


Rustler 

^ Full Financing Avaitac • 

Fjll parts and SERVIICE 


;'4* OLOS DELTA 
•tearing. 


FALCON FOR 
very geed motor, rartiit 
..... --..j 455l»4. 


‘7? ECONOLINE WINDOW VAN. 
oower iteering. powgr 
radio a-Yock. dinnette- ice 
WOOD etc. $3000. 3451407 or 5*547*1 


tto'^. pwta-pott:. our pric 

I VAN, 1*44 VOLKSWAGEN VAN. EX-j -4* VAN Ph^ 475417$ or 4n.4531. 

brake*, callent running Jj4df., _ QP^'Rty. png 1*M Atof^i 1000 Mo*t parto-T; OOOGE 

-- “''■sfbSSoo'S’firw^^iV I"-- 


TON 440. ONLY 
,3iA)0 km. with '74 It ft. Faita 

.-2 : --- frldp*,.’ 


cfuich: 'atci^'EcooomlcaT' |i'i?f lltonV’ 124*5, 6ynd*r$ ,4^. Jf< 

*S3-*«04 anytime or leave maaaaee. Service Ltd. ^ OflOIA. G5Mt l- iian-jw 

M.M., [tJ ECOIKXINE WINDOW VbN.l’M vbLK5W*OEN VbN. EX 

OM tire*, very good condi-1 wi-455S34S. 

‘•'•'/ePTRl'OUAL CARB5“.:. 

-r. _b . _ - grain dam. overdrlva, or . 

IMMACULATE WS B01CK RU t»t*l oftor. 5*7-15*1. ^ *7 VW VAN, 

vwr,. ??«y^o». <F?y.,*!!.-'u*GOAS )<J»'cOUPEV»AI,E t,H ..—__ __ ____ , - ... - 

*«’• “»»■ ■'''00,1.. E.C. OL OIMM. ,»lriL I^ MM H'V TANOUM ALX>. SELF 

4X4. rJS?'ifSbM™”' cobMilWI, «lr, Iww J «•> 

iSTto *'♦*»• W$-44*0 _ trut^. Aitai Mdln^ tMk*. tel 

tS^ . 


I W WX8S-UL* » C IW» VWIWK f«'- w»*-4.,r,. 

;!r?- ...»J.'.y ,J!3L ‘T-J'Smm 1 J*ou*i*' xj4'coupeV e 

S,Jll’*!X wKb'. "•' f-tolJtKX-', ' U->4b«3;. 

tin*, asking $44*5 45544S0. TRIY-KR. RI XI 


SH"*'jirw* ???' 


REKTALS - 

tATTERSON MOBILEASC 

_IwANTFoniODoYEATl FdlTii'Campar inciudirt laclu. frldp*,.'?!?'i“_ 

73 SUPER beetle aers make a OEALI clear. tft!5i'£peS!Nn?htv5*.cnaaP.'to^f«ca.to^^ Coajt- for SALE: r OVERHEAD VAN- 

engihf. tire*, ftgreo. 1 ance *alg 00 b» 1 truck*. 40 trveks, lire .Yt^atiar iant^ Lfd., 3311. guard campar, tridpa. Nove^tgr-' 

344:^ aftar 5 Sat.,irla) Ltd., 343S Tran* Canada Hi^., i-TlLbfr —~ —•rk.r*“Ai ** *f®*- DL6t3a*A. 'nace. 2 proppoa tank*, battarv. 


1.54 

ECONOMICAL 1*73 TOYOTA 
Corona Mark t Station Wagon. 

4-spged. rebuilt motor, oeod tlroA . ««7 <' a W 

kli’-SMT FfiJIiwJ? « 


TRI CTCR. PI XF.K 
ANU V \NH 


750 4X4 lUNOCR. 314 

headers, duil tank*. <acfo- 
-FM 5track. tSco. Phone 


■74 F2» 

•»ceed. tv . 

'V AM-FM . , 
after S, tf57m 

•utoenHon. *or»ng». *hockk. anti- .^*1' XLT. bla< 


evaning* t trailer 


47 CORTINA OT. 0*1 'W CATA-'sway bar. dual tank*. po*'-»y^- nrtoiy^DLOoi«A* 

I.na. radio, $11*5. '73 Maida Viittoo. oo^f , 7213*47. DL-003MA. 

ion. teftad. $IM5. Unerta Autofbrake*. dltc* In front, 3J0 cu. an- 7 ; datsun PICKUP, 

0iga Ltd.. 7* Quean*. DUltotA. !£!•« automatic lran5 Phone - n-aimainad. 

, ■^43n. _ , 5*>3to4 : oftor* to S?7». 

1 •TA -nji ixif^CDDioA Hunting, ikiing. back.road.I'’''’*.*-^^®**- 
] /4 1 HUNL/tKoIRD ling or lutt around town. IfiS 4x4 1*** ©/me 14 ton TRUCK. 
Burgundy in and ewt. Many gp- Jeep Wagonttr. Com^aW* to. mil#*, macnanics good. auto, 
bfct otter PU* waekart. Of**7*- I transmUa im;. oower hreke*. power 

,Tia07». , detail*. 475*47*. _stserlno, $3506 . 471-30*3 

CONVERTIBLE,IUI* TORO F100 154)0 MILES,''77 TORO Fl« 4X4 SHORT BO*X. 

brakaa.I^tO^tO automatic, radio. powwi3$t V-t AAL^ m dash. c****tt# 

- - tfaarlno. ckffty- ffr**- o#ck big tire* art wheal*. S4000 

1. 3B3-itS0 after 5 p.m. • ^ oftor* 3l53f?4 


vrcforta^B.c: OL 01^: iTpJffZ \ 'if 

♦77'CHEV SILVER AUTG .. 

*hcri box with cpnw- $750 firm..*— . 

Will tfpd# for 'TV pf "73 VW.,300 CUBIC INCH MUSTANG 
11505*1 _ 'evlirtgr motor *TO Rad • 

SLPER CAB RANGER *3-*344 -RENT. .. . 

Mack, low miiet. coattiin* "*1 MINI FOR PARTS, FIRST SSO'torhema axcaltant 


HUNTER SPECIAL — 1 


S». 


trailer centre. 
M3.4I03. 0^1344A 


Dougiat. :iakef. Between I a.m.A a.< 
_jp.m..5:» p.m. *42-3445 

WELL I'73^ JEEP COMMANDO 4X4. 107 bfEV BELAIR.'* DOOR. VI 
''Poedf; QOed condition. UJOO or smpiler, Mandard tor part*. No r 
caah. After 4 P.M.I054M 

CANAM 175. 


art «petiaa« lo' 


382-6102 

O-OUiAA 

DOMINION 
MOTORS 

HOME OF 

|«-LAYT0N—HOLIOAIRE traile * 


or I condition — all utan*il5 S20 per sale, 
week — no mHaaop. Phorta 
4752417. 


ruAl. NEW CUSTOM DELUXE ALUMI 
--- sliding wir"- - 




, 1*75 


,nufn canopy. 


. . . Indow*. in- 


ms WESTERN CAMPER. IM- 
macvlat* ry lack*, tollaf. fridge, 
fumece, stove. On * * ■ 


3I54S31. i 


PONTIAC 

gutometlc. 


' leetad 


id <;T^nth ST rtSd .heis . ’ff® 

_730 Mi^»g*on _[1*77 TOYOTA L<MGB<>X PICK 

IT77 ROYAL MONACO ‘ 


1*45 Dedst TO. 


—~ - - » ...w 1. -- ' -• — , .Mb I WWW, **V***, color trim, ro5 Oaluioa. $5500. 465-S7SS, 

D«CKj*hap# let* gf *e*rg pgri*. J0*>3W-'»onaM5 Ph5>g 4751155 .Y®:''** - 

“ lf*flOfttr*. 1^-- - . _ —»r-'l*75 OKANAGAN f CAMPER 

•33*1. 1*71 VW WESTPHALIA, CAMPEE way toldaa. to- 


deck. Offer*. 30570. 30301.1- ~‘ « 'tb/-i>pT~*paT*~>Q ^ WESTPH^tA, CAMPW wav toldaa. tomaca art chemical 

,vw<lrm. IW*NTE_D EljCKET «V »..T_0 vvi. ,;mi» ill*. »»«. NldM, MIM inT IKU. MM IW«, «1»0, 

*-I—3----- f t '0 Cnevv 1. ra ae onaWa. Mem- mrgiy decorated totine. aped eon- 477-4504 ti 

•74 FORO BCONOLINI. RADIO. I^i 30405?. ^ "^-•tee "t»kie, pm wn 

8 3 autMrtiic toed cenditton. 
jxn fSip5 New thecka and 


, EXECUTIVE MOTORHOMf 
ton Ch^ Fuftv laff-contalnrt wPh air condl 
I tlo^. awning. 4400 K.W. Gn#" 
generator, 4 rtaw i7-Mv Micht'in 
.V tir**. in raw ^condition. 0.00 


treke t. 4750 407. 
VW VAN 
id 


NfeW BATTERY. 
brapM ^an^lMd. 


rapM camoe 

’d1S?4^ 


i n#*' 30 4057. ___idlikm, *' 

i*0 TOYOTA CORONA, PA|in!<^*^>>- 


or c(e0 


-,■•■1*71 WESTPHALIA VAN GOOD 
I **ceiigot tire*, new en- 

Noertet oftor Igloo. 477-503. - r, 

. cruise, stereo, power «Mtt ____ —TwTa'oidiTrftLAi 1 vruS l <TO**^^*Rie- 00 

end t^. low mile*. 070 ar beat wt BRONCO RANGER XLT.' fJs* ^UguiNG BUSINESSr TAN-twANTi 

Offer tor Quick sale. 4055*1. (loaded. 4x4. werrantr. 0A0, trade I 2^ a»me htock v«ih h 5ate,lfor " 

-TL AUTOMAT. 4ccepted. 475540. .. . $*,70. naw motor, iww tire5 muat 13l4- 

acortmic gt. aS uegelsMC LARGE STfP'tN' van. liSatlc^^ cioan *iiod'^Smdiitm' _GREES BENCH «J 

t4«*Kit condition.; „g4yY DUTY v*:&)dgatwedeor. 3B4. 3j»i. 

^'^•'donii Avi., 305001. • - -_ — ton. 350 automatic, good tif**’ 5;rV - 

- w.K... ... w.b. -b.„ . - - -....-- - __ inm .. loag ghgc*. Fim S1I0I 


or Whole, good tirM. 013-310. #0 LIONEL 110 

tor V ik*.___3-w#v fridge, 

WANTED: RAW n’tOB OR' WO |[JS*- 


',1*75 30* PROWLER. SSLF-CON-I 
“ talnad. txceliant condnlen. many' 74 BRITTANY mator 


TENT Trailer. I extra*. Paiiar hPeh included. $£7*$ 
' *■- — 3 Of OftafL 475510. 


I' Xto. ___* mac uipto . ir4g, 5*3-3431.__ vwtad to c^rtr. $0500 or bait ^ 

I CAB-OV^CAMP^,'my with''’*" ’ 

_»toYe. fume^. toliat. torg# ' 


HOMEMADE 
camper, fridge, 3 
1130 a “ ■ 


CAB OVER 

.SK";;*' ^"“‘1 WM tiL,« 
10*4 Derrien. oh 


home, auto 
P.S.. P.B., AM-FM sleroe. trust 
air. C.B., bathtub large fridge. 
duct heat. T.v. ant., tiatM 4 
Law miiaaoe. 

- NOW $14 40 


1*73 RENAULT IfTL, 
k, radial tiraa. to 
• mpg hl-< 

t'on. fie . _ . _ „. 

i aft ar Q g .m. 

104* ’Cb~ MAN: 

[reoullt transmHilon, and othar ^1'eff^ 
new part*. Power •tearing, power •— 
brak0, 05131;. ('71 CMC |S0 PlCKl^P, 

auto., with cenooy, 


tima iw y ♦ b.-i. .'“biMbunpR uiN Fir 1*“ ''°*5 *«o»t wheelI ioM mm. .m 

. .f'*? ether oesf offer <7*-7*27. ^ __— - MUST SELL 

CUP 

$3.1 


r^^-ofter, 4754471. 


BARREL HEADS 


,teno- 4757405. 


OALAXIE CANOPY FOR SHORf- 
box Imparl 5u^. inauiatod art 
wired. 4755*0 aim 4. 


MUST SELL DESPERATE '7S 


'71 


-®r 3S4440. 1475110 

mustang niOH PERFORM^' 71 'vW 'wESTI^LtA CAMPER. 
_TO. 30507._ low mile* on motor, very clean, 

sSri?.b.P*f*^ J 7 I® — 

tl4*g! 47410 mll«. *mj. 4774U4$. 1 REDUCED MUST SELL 1*44 GMC 

$140 [Van, •hag thrgugneut, naw bat- 

Ijffl 

** slack • MGA Kaarlng, 

iW RoadWgr. axcaliam cgndltlcn, | _ 

f 103 i 3S*^WP _11*74 H fON G7^ CREW CAB 

fsil*75 BMW 30«. METALLICU*moaf yTOal,_dKSl_lFrA«i^*FF 

I brown, 40U100 mllae, very dgafLiTO excaflant c enditlew / 4751 570- _ 
»9.JX>4. .u FENEl. TbUCK. !>«• MltU 

•on pgwar train. Armetrong T-T, 
.'cftroma aeoka, b«t after. 300*4. 


150 international 14' yAN'?r,^3 4x7 ertw cab. •.Mlienti?*:li 
TO In ihapa. only 4100 *haoa, offer*. Mavi)# viewed InijcgAp CARS 

- 47*510^ _ vl^ia <43-3434 after 4. 'kxal. 4»5tT7l. 

CHEV VAN -- " ' 

. condition. $3 

045 after 4. $305 Saunttor* Saiff i 

Ltd. OL giSOBA 475»1V 


■<^-W4 a^ 4. 

to SE RIE S. '7* FORO VAN. 10. 3*'-*0 M'Lfk.! -44" j 
0 or 0ter*. Qvctiiart condition. Radtcad to'Qood 
$305 Saunitor* Mie* and Sarvicai- 

E TOYOT A LANOCRUllBR.I^.t^l-®^_ • wiUi'enal 

rfA condl-. 1*70 FORD ^ TON, 4 CYLINDER. 1 tKSJTl 

, uli. isj-iTid. J. 1 -Bwb. JiML-riiw. 

I TCOngTTSwfi. gm-^m, cp^u^t. ■ gr 

I \ 477-370-__•• 


PINTO COMPL^f TOR,!T fORO SUPER RANGER m* DOME fTOTOR HOME. 1.00 
, m.107*n^L 51-ti * "tie* . CoMiifne Ilfca ngw cortl^ All 

: ^ Traitor Contra. Jm Oougi0. aputomant. 477-47)1 


mliM. 47*510. 

1*71 

tr._ 

TOYOTA 

K.i,'* 

SPORTY ms FORD F3M. 


REMOVED. $17 3074103. D-OH-NA. 


Wip 

t:-:i 


- - - 75 skylark Mn WHEE L a' w4th I m7orheme. avfitobt# Oct. on. 

PARTS, tub. cafo0. Ilka now. $005 on 1477 270, 


AMBASSADOR FOR 


- 7TOT 

lai, 000 miiaa. I 


itndar* art gr -U. 


d e m * . fully ~ *^-cemaineo 
Fridge, furnace, air cortitionw 
BARGAIN AT $3**2 

*7 ii-ft. airstream $n>o 

70 lOft. LANCE Campar *10' 

PARTI, ACCESSORIES 
REPAIRS 
HOURS OPEN 

Won. to SAT., I AM. to 5 P W 


WANTED: 1305130 CC 
ilna. 4 vptt*. Cl 
and 4. 


vpuf fruck. 

rtnfra. 330 
'4l3toA. 


Ik# now. 
Coaftl'na 
DeugtaN 


305410. 


,74 54'. OVERCAB CAMPER. 


■r CAMPER ^FOR HUNTER. 
Full reaf raclL New In*i0 panel! 
Ina. SSOO. 40-7743. 5*5»5I 


Deeler Licence Numw D-0 
1703 BLANSHARD $T. 
lAcreat from Hudton's Bav earp 
ing loti, Vktofla. B.C. 305017. 


I-*- . ,-.b.A«w—;:x;i Only 0.oSo*^mYia5’406 nKiaa itov* 

nw-isriw: 

5*54745. ' ftimorQ. AAklna *970# 477^1*7. type U0 PT Offer*. 14*4437. i2Z^ mv. binb 


WESTPHALIA 


ALPINE. PARTI 


1*74 BOUGHT IN "H SIERRA 
Ci40lc 4x4. large wtda tlr0. tpad- 

a d. 47* -il05.__ 

T4 TOYOTA LONOBOX WITH 
^noo^ axcaliam condition. $37*5. 


100 Per Cent Bank 
Financing O.A.C. 

NO REASONABLE 
OFFER REFUSED! 


1*4* ROVER TC00. EX- 
eaPiam eondftTOJftcludifto meant 

P4int. 024*5. m40N or 5^1577. .a«g 

ift - 

_ _ __ 

$150. 


1*71 MINI. CUSTOMIZED, COO- 
~ ainflina, new ttrge, 

*. 47*4341. 


'fiie 


tom rnaam- 

MUST GO THIS WEEKEND, 

, Ford I to .. 


F20, 4X4,,^„ , 

ar effarA.poia ottgr rafuaad. 7451775. 




tornpca. 

!4 >53y. 


; i*n FORD *. 

SACRIFICE 03150 Flow ‘ISuSV*’^* 
lormula m. white ^#bPd.' 

Sh for fecenf wgrk, 30-^3. 


fllRRA CLASH. . 

^ ^lona« mile*. ■ 


I 1*70 MOB. 7000 MILES. 000 

SLaS ^ ^ 


i* TON DODGE PKKUP. V%' J 

rc!SWlon"TT0.*K5r50.**-: 


(SIC *• 

....J mile* 

a* ngw 47*045 . E0 lno S4TO^ 

i|*7t DODGE i'-TON CRPW'CAB 
. pood condition. Nan 


MOB. EXCELLENT CONDI 

- “ * > trfff 


WIDE OPEN 
Til Midnite 

Thurs., FrI., Sat. 

CALL NOW 

386-3516 

:v«^r 


iSgVifi!"*"''’ 


5m. ng 1 


n CM»V VAN. V^ *UTO«AT(C, ,“f^, 

.MIW. MW or 


VAN. 
raiaed n 
304-*444. 


U L L Y 
. ln»utat«d 




I trad* on . 

(-Vi ■■'xvea ivi mPvu’tipp* PICKUP 4X4. J37 V4. 


wr.; 


11*0 VOLVO m 0 
, good eondii 

wif"iMi. Niw~^^^.7TT«i»81TiTSTifroN. jM-rtiTAWrib| 



K«jr 


llvil I 


g^ condition, ofwi. 30-007. 

1*74 BRONCO^XA $300. !'0 GMC "• .-TON’ 

seed* 0me work. 

-Kli^ m-uu \ _ 

rp.m V _ !i*7*"smort whe'iu b'me Gm’C; 


PANEL TRUCK 
orh. fm FYm 
•0*4 (34 hr*,) 


MOB. OyiRDRIVI. 0 

'44 MBRCBpCS'aOB, 0^ 0 
djtton. - BTO gftw 3&mi • 


dttion.'iida windewi, 00. 


'0 MGB, NIBDS 




0*S*^4*O^“®* 


104 PORSCHE 04, VERY IfTX 
ctoin, oh*r$. 401* 0 Qwytimg. cgnoi 


’i!jkrk!! v;«°ft*"fev. I 'ay;nd' ^*t;*a'uy^W TO * 

i*0’CH«v"PAHiL,:.F*.O5N- 

ti^. $300 firm. 1*50314. 


S' ALUMIN^^^NOPY. I 


MUST BILL '71 DODGE VAN. 

' 4 c/iindar, mag*, ra- 


- .—. •— camaarliad. 4 cyilhdar. m# 

„ L^ON FORD PiCKVPi OOOOldTato, Cl^. *1.W. 3t5404. 

• . i„i iiMCNdioi »t»T ob,f« 


-MAGS 
TO CLEAR 

AfTpiUnno. F.T.. CD.V. 

Come See Our 
LOW Prices 

•i,et uk (It th»m 
wtth OUT M-ide 

GENERAL 

GRABBERS 

*T 

D&D TIRE 

1620 BLANSHARD 
382-7283 


Matty v aluable oart*^ 5*S< 74^ 

0® ^ _ _ 
40-00. 11*77 STARCRAPT HARDTOP 

■n COUOM AMO 'M bONTIAC | 

Am bvt^- f fw pytA Ml-MW ._rtb^' 1'^' 

iWAb J ilOf DOOKS xob 11 «-i3». 

Wtt, i TbM. y-Md Mb*. MA-MM. I 1^, ■ 

HAVr H«0. WANT LOw' MIH- 

m tuNHlMKC. Mi-D Tl._I 

(•M VUITANO iOOr bA*TI. J— 

,rr«7i. 


Aikint tea. 41MI17. (»M M» Of oHbr, (4,407 


mant. Contain* I0 Wil 


'rent, new deluxe ii!22iL*^r9x*''tI?th 

'iKaa‘'47iJ& ***^' “ 

_ __,,«) out. 




New unit* avallaMf, i 

«*»0. 11534-01 1. 


to raa*onabto 


CAMPERETTE f tlDE*IN.,$4C0 
wall ooftotryciad. Nto|^ moated 


IE! 


SI. nNo^iMT***’ I - sje- .riar. *aja; Zs. 

■--- '^•0«0», - 

-- Anyl4 75»*4 .__ ___.9^0 tOUTM THIS WINTER; 

liKP.AIRK. ---- ”• - — ** t/ii/THPARK TANDEM *7TO, 5:y»^yop.^^ 0 


AERMiT Burt TOWIXi 




SOUTH THIS WINTER.' 
buy* you 35 0 teac'ou* 
thi* Tendam mrt-cen-' 

Ir frauar. - " 


__MECHANIC 

any cw ''ppaira for low ,erj 

$10. Part 

wci,S!3.Tbi( ALtirS'.i 


_ _ 

CAMbib r6» IMAObT',, o««l 
oyF'i'PFJ.. *®f truck. Stov*. iink, icebox, inter- i' 
bast offer. Ifi-iM. ’ 


CERTIFIED 
0 any cw ■ 

«TS«r!^ 

oar*. $135. VW. 

,■ TiKttTOiviil 

’ At /our horn# or bitolrAsa.^h^ 
emsrganuy Mrvicg. Phone 05441$. 

_ofelSSJC. ... 

•RAt.lATOR PFp'aiRS. FAST TOP 

or «I4.0*4. Located baf^ jf* 
Ijumalda Pov and Sava Gm Stp 


(«.“ Monn-K H( 


. rad pr 
lan to I 


Itlon 47*.550 ahtr, 


HOMER 
AM* PARKA 

’iDf^itTvtow 


4X4 UTILITY TRAILER , 

fey ^ Traitor* Wired. ?Vm* 4;^>|47 

llphti $10. J*3.kA» ' ” 


WEEK-EN-DER CAMPER IfV. 


,,ALfTY D0UBLEWI._ 

•ecattot*. For Ml Mtermatian ct' 
.. 47*00. Jkdmir* 


FORD TRU« RlM, t|i 

aiato wNh Bo^ttr^ 3 Nrd Pbf 
conycapa, I*3<t4* . 

ONB NEW LTSXIf, 


VM AUTO REPAIR 
m# In Wkiiwggan 


[PAIRS. SPECIALIZ- 

eggan fafgir*. ^ 

AIT toba guarwitigd. 
pm It. 


HUNTebl IbkciAt; 

J^t^’VbbbA# iilwb bnd’’Tb^!{);^ 

fiifr*‘oub’»tA«“l<r^AS»biii.j VA^N- 

lXiffi£S!L.l^r 


HAbOTOb leNT TbAILM.ISJ, ’Kit'- *’u£L 


Mid bdrX-NMi,. TM IMMU (*;««.-- 0~NrN,W LriX.., ,.^.6-^^, EP 

" •ra.Tiifc,, 


^ I^US SUPER 7. IIrIeS tfUNlQU* CAMPfR'lZiO FORD >5TgN TRUCK. 0.W. j 3*530 4. 4!0- to._I 

TOMl f _ I ice^i nt. mu$t bg *atn. 04-070. ‘ Prtne $17-00._ ’ XILvpA MXGf AND 0. 0'_— 

«nv£?i bir 4-Ii*^ 3S*t and tw a. | 

’ “custom 




AVAIL- 

•In 

Grant 


•X- 


TANDEM CAlTflTAILBR. P'lRtT 
$50 takM It. 475410^ 


r SLiDf-IN , 




[T7E, bX. 


» i* wi0, aceka Paili. 
eoad. 4^l0i^g^i^S04 

AND SINGLE MOBT^ 
• ‘ adutf *|rk, n^ 
*74 GaM 


afr earn. 


nretetfST'* 


CAMPER. 99 ^ 
atoaaa 4. a<fgr*| 0P?g 


: OR RENT - 5BiO- 
- ' - pad Ml $005 




**4 CAVEMAN 

efto. 475Wr ___|*i.j M 

IVTlkLTY trailer, 1*» VWtEi4.l'!#; cjjj* 


ARE ASD mVCMk 
WAIETED 


’.xp.wr.&'iw, a;.,5.L 


i VAOVwANTib: 


^ _ rarwf_ 

I -'Wr 


x1<* WTM LARO 

M,rMvr.,raW'^ 


owiir'Wii 


I'Y CAMPER. 
475430 


». i«y 

117-745: 


MUSTANG COH' 


CANOPY, 

$0-00 


• FALTACRAFT 


[AMPER, to deluxe PLiitwOOC 

‘77 In Mtuntoi adult **rfc w>l‘ 

view . 443-400_ ^ ^ 

— FVE*RVT>t’l»^ VOlT OtSlRf’*fN 
. CpnHa ‘ ■ 


M - .— - ., I.»« » -bMM r w n T I niTvw • vw i 

$10. ,1*74 WINNEBAGO. 1^00 MULI. Mebiie Heme conHor 
'atftw *u,0O Ja-$*7< e* $<$00 i75«7i* 




































































































































































































I 


DAILY COLONIST. VielorU. B.C.. Sund4y. S*p( 34. 1171 


S3 


MOBlLS HOMCS 
AND PAMKB 


itsisiaif 


fM EOOMR TO ECKT | APARTMENTS TO 

^uClv” pO«Ni»Hird“»oo^rFp«! R>*WT iNsi RMSMEn 

r«M Hi frWitt nMr Eiii, - 

L«M. MiUHt* >«r 

yrk\rm QitL Tn(<u«- 


kltcti«n fKil 


wOMIt 


|M.m iUNlvtmlfY A'ftCA.^MoilOOM 


■ ONIVfll. . 

• t««v •rival* 
Uj^ * ai»wi*. f«ra»l»ea IhaiMv ' Mthr^ Kit<r 
•»tr»a. 


MtliraMn. KitCMA prlviiMaa. 

. ^ .-wnj, .,r»«r''*,s5r*?.cn«s5“ia,iss 

*•' aiTjis.M' 

1 ItlSal S av M in nai-— 

I lll.lB ON Mr AOOM TO RENT. LAROI HO« 

•Pnitl 


a«nH« IMJM 

msi tOOOY — N«w 



tiaawt. rtaiiy ciaan. 


■orw*^ I McKanil# 4|T 
iis.ta. iioNiv 

MMILI HOMIt I ?!?" •' '***' 

B CUtASI Mt-MI I •»_»« *«1 

»*JUJ NCAli iCA.J, tEO. lATH AND 
■ iIMm fMm. hot ■ ‘ 

»m 9HMt4 


m APARTMENTS TO 
RENT »TRNUIiro 

"LAUREL 

POINT" 

HARBOUR FRONT 
LUXURY 

CONDOMINIUMS 
FOR RENT 

$600 PfcJl MONTH 
PER MONTH 


H APARTMR.MS TO 
RENT t'NrURNMHED 



Ml APARTMCMl TO 
REST UNPVRNtSURl) 


I m APARTMENTS TO 
RKirr iurtuNiKHEn 


M APARTMP.NTS TO 
RR.Vr t'NPt'HMWfEO 


I ;j| IPAUTMIaaNTS TO 
I NI.NT ITKMHHKII 


DRIVE BY 


•tMrtlfwIlv trtatf IWfImM HarH. 
tn HwiM. Km. carMr miii . m 
atraam. 


Naw I41CST PHad turniahad 
raaiv lar aptahar aM dryar 

(omaiaia wttH ami d ao sn.ai 

Similar na aundack 
MaM an onar 

Ottiara an diaalav 


waadia 

Aik^ 

4^41 


Id OL iai7sa. 
wavna or Laa 
4111. 47»^ia3 


BAC31>3/>R5 

lUS- tldSdl Tm ^mca Ciiartaa 
mi Aeft.. 111. 117. »«. ni Oaraa 

— »iRmR tfvHna Aai*. Ms Iw'Aa- 

ffiWwiHoiafa. Rm Hawiiaw' qj^eioui, 2-BR pmtigd con- 
dointniumi Art now avail- 
aiaia. aa aaia ONE BEDROOM «hla for renl. Thdaa lop 
tiiDM Of Admiraia Rd <|uaUly aiili contain fnwl- 

aiTf.a) Antrim Cavrt. }JM Quadra! irer fncUtea, srlf-olaanlnK 
iiaDioi aiackwaad Manar. 7 m went, dlifmaahert, In-aufla 
M . waahdn and dry«rt. 2 

PURNtSNf D VIRY tWAU “ii* VU ®*^^****' 

'ia?r Mw^sTc 

iiai. ’moaf' aia^'i 'manaiaM 
vata '-a ba«i. amaii 

atova. m. mtiss._ -iiiio.ot Eiiary A#«a,. 

___ . . TJ rooms, aa-orkshop, ilnTrMfRlM 

lant mai»i«i, lart* »vrni»n»o W.I.. tiaiQt Gerdraau Apia, 1?*, in., , ^ . « i 'T? 

waM la wall emm, a^t imaa i» Oaraa Ra. laat; aaai, aawna. pool. aaunat, and un- eam^a IW aa imia at BAJ 
•Oyrma* kllchan. |1»i lH-7174 ar ..awirlaa^ ripivmiinrl iiarkm* 

TFiina litlat louIm Apia., lias Pandara n^tarwno iiaiKinf. 

- — Atf« 


H()('»r.KEEI*IMi 
K4KIMS TO KENT 


Tredane ^3aie^ 

52JO 

puRNisniD VtRY tWALL w>-w rnf tnariaa UKuam. MONTH — ONI tlDROOM 

ina iTnht Ooraa Rd. laai baihroomi, w-w cari»*tt.: 

for*oi^ In ona a« Rocklaw Hauip. 4*4 rfrapary and balconie*. ApOrtmontS 

•al. moaf aiaaanl ^ HU OO^hWM Villa. J4S MlciMoart UurtI Point faclUlJet J" 

_ Eiiary Aafa.. IP iHary cludp lU own library, clul^'taiaiaa wav aav rant for 

rooms. wt>ri<shop. *wifnmiii«jj^’'';y7i!!f*ttia ^ " 

oomaM 

I month, 

Treelane Estates 


WINDSOR 
COURT APTS., 

JSl^JSt Oort* Rd. E. 

BRIGHT SPAOOUt APTS.j 
HEAT INCLUDID. EX-1 
CEPnONAL REdlEA-; 
TION rAOLmES 

Includinf: I 

S0‘ indoor swtmflng pool — ] 
saunas —> Swtripool -»j 
Squash court — Tennisi 
Court» Universal Gym. 

1 Bad. from1315 
3 B«). from *• S273 
3 Bad. 3 full 
Baths-^$335 

I 

Adult! only — No pats 
^!Kor information or appoint* 




lANiMAlD 


OAK lAY • I JLO 


i» M uHHty ream with; 

_ tni dryar. Rant Mn 

Laawa avatUaia. Rhana SSS4)M 
durHie ' 


LOCK PROM I NIAR NADtN 

~ iaartmapt Rachaior aaarl n iini. 

'- ‘ vtaia^SS4 7m. _ __ 

Mt APART^NT 
n RNITURC TO RENT 


50R (my ar acHva aanatonor. |tt>. n\ miM m Pyvbroka tt 


YOU 

AT Tw M Oaka. OMy « .• 

w^T-M-Dacri yisr-sei'i:: 


ROOMS, AVAIL 
aMa. S'dnav and vktaria. all 
-iTilai ‘ — • 


PURNItHIO 

*■' 'ty a - .- 

ufiiTita* inciwdod. 


rOR ONLY SU.KO 
- Oafuaa Modullna '^mpHohtar^ 
~ir K IT 7 bdnn. aaatlancaa 
-mat tiit-aut liv^ room 
-aiiaad rantti, ThaNa Laita 
-yiad tha imi family prant 
^^O^ar oaad tarm* arranijg^ 


mis . _ 

luia hamo wflh aaooraia front din- 


RITZ MOTtL-OOWNTi 
fiay^ aarvica T.v 
711 Pan II 


--’V . ROOMS, NBAR |TkOA 
cent Park. Syii awkt atudam. MS 

M M. m-fidt._ 

iTOWN* 
tounaa 

_ _ 

Ills. PAIRp'ltLO. WALL TO 
waN caraatHw. Lavaiv main floor 
roam lor ladv^ 4/MMl _ 

I ROOIM AVAILASLf OCTOiiR 
Safyri.lham now IMS Pr 


. M m Pyvbraki 
iZnaaS Th* ^inc* choriaa Aon 
ns, 717. 719. 771 Gorfo Rd Bait 

•aal. aawna 

avf. iks Pan¬ 
dora Ava.. twiriaaoi. aawna. 


71S, 717. 7t». 771 C 
^^‘innW Rtdw^ I 
m Qaroa Rd faoi i 
'*',S}I7 00 ^la Ro'l 


TWO BEDROOMS 



SdWfft 'Nam now 

■ Wm* Od^a RT 

...,-, 'w yVKSSyii*!!;' 4 iah »oomwitk SiJCH*’}: uJJI. "Ilii 

AdwiH only. 47M1I1?*^ II4V71T r«a»nnaida. Mmalai 


RRonmas uoy KALTOR 

■ VIEWING BY 
APPOINTMENT ONLV 
Kim Glln 
saMUM 

_ Town Houses 

; ONE MONTH » **4 - 


tan M W •wnaida Rd. , 

I7SS.0S Char laa Okkana. 747' 

Q«roa R<' 6aM 

tmio lllarv Apia. n7 lllarvr 

BTSdl Oardraau Aon.. I7f. 111. 

IB Oaraa Rd Baal 
SmSI Tha Princt Chariaa, »l$. 

■I', nj. J-.i ovt Kd idii. 


; lOT-itS Qaroa Rd . Itaivroa tha la« 
iHi in inaartor oaHan. uo-ta-tha 
iminwlt amanliiaa. canfrallad 
'accau. colar co-ardinatad kPehana 
and batha, brand-nama aapHancM 
a^ ow«»ty braa dt aom and dra- 
earta* throuohawt. 

'The Features 

,Ara bulit-Hi toal sawnaa. Swklaaat 
Racraatien and Haaav Raonw. 
Rsaf Qardana, Oaaarvatian and 
Bniartalnmant Raam. taactacular 
[vlawa and country*ilka adtfma Iwii 
iminutai from “ 


THE 

CHARLES 
DICKENS 

NEW 

243 Gorge Rd. 
East 

mnili pleu* c.U R«l<l»>tj 

*'- I r. . ahoaaftw araaa. 


RMIARWOOO MAMOR 
MS Nla^a itrott 
Avaiiabta aaacfowi iwodi.. 
awita, tad naar, 1 otocfc aoa. noar 
Parflomant Widkm> unfurnimad 
1179. himIMad tvi aar manth 
7SA-M79 

B^IMALT. ONB MOROOM 
tlTf. Sachaiar siM. Avails Oc* 
teoar lat. Haat. naf watar. cabiavi 1 
Man^lusad. ohMta aliiss* m 


MAIS 


CUTS AND COZY, SCMIOf 
kachad ana-badnaam. awn antrana 
Haft, hot wa t ar. parklnt- BIS. 
Loom, na aaia. m-lf4S. 

lUlTf. 
-td a^- 
ludts all. 


FURNITURE and APPLIANCES 

RENT 

MKROWAVE OVEN 
at PfcNNifl aar DAY 

1821 COOK 
385-2435 


LARO€ CHARACTER 
waiMo-woli. naw irtdoa 

M.'Sffi. •' * 

COdY DNC4CMOdM >UIT(.' 
TOO or hauaa. idaai lacatton lor, 
ah^ii Ills, umiiia*l^Hidod.I 
mFiS77 , 


STAaNDAKD rUKMTURE 
'nuptr* Roorm from 
Ito per month 
Unmsdisu Deiiveiy 
3824U1 


l-BEDROOM SUITE. IN OLOCI 




HIQOM I 

1 tdlTily I 


SRIQMT ROOM CLOSE 
town, middw anad. Hdarty 
oMv 714 7174. attar S a m. 


TO 


.. HAY — NEAR BUS. 

anaat Walk ta aark. Suit bwainaii 
. WSM 


yi. 7 full baNia, Wwa 

rppt. caraat in 

UR. OR. hall, dan and Ml. try*, jambs 

»SSi. .l*?" imii '- 

’t»w ^ial Slf.lOO. Triaoaia NBAR PORT-COOK PR»OG6. 
Non^Victarla Ltd. »iova. ikW. t^lv twmiihad. CaMp 

PI- ftIMSA 47S-I774|ylllan- TSa-mS.- 

I7XS* PARTIAI 
u a draam moRiia 
diitan. Sitwatad in baavli 
adult park, a minwtaa from down 
•own. inciwdod WaatinohewM «ra*i 
traa fridaa. woahar ond dryar Ad 
miraii ranoa. MP^k utitfty ahtd 
and draaaa. 474-1477 avaninta. 


Par further informaiten call. 
BROWTV BROS 
AOf3^ClES 1-Tl>. 
3854T71 fAnv-tima) 


» Y, apakthknitTiy. 

CNT I NKt'KMRIlEli 

PARENTS ■ 



RENT FREE 
NEWTON 
GARDEN 
VILLAGE 


COME IN 

Any day and aaa far yawriait. Our | 
charnUnf haataiaai will ba aia n aS 
tu maw cur labUioua eamaiax. i 

m-ttf qorqb rd. 

OPBN HOUSE DAILY 

MOM.-THURS.-lS AM.-9 I 

PRI.-SAT.-iu'< --''OO'' TO T 


SEUSPRRV 


PAOfCftTKS ITDV RCAITOH 

jitll Quadra St 3SlJ)t4 S794 


wtOB, tundack. inawlaiad aorch. 
eaoiiancaa. drapaa. landicaoad ir 
aaa mountain viiw Ljn^ rrm* 
Park adyit lactian y miiat 

Soeka. Piar... 

4 a-m. 


pnanaSB-SSil^aftar 
SOME Af^BA, SMAuTpariTm 

naw. ms 17MS m^la horn#, in 


udaa h^iy"inawUiw»’iSir»”'oad’*-‘ .«riantad Town heuaaa 

“ ••••• ''•'andah lUM. 

;tn* ditianca ta achaei. an bwa — .- 

Meaty landacaaad. M7-7ia4. aiavaroundi 


wn. ahi 

ralklf^ I 

>n4 Me 
4MS9I. 


‘ niK APARTMKVr 
SPECIAUSTS* 


l*RU)ROOM 

I71S-IIIB Part 
»70»-aM taa Rd 
t7i7-aB CModoAia 
»7SS-7i77 Prior 
t70S-SS Bay SI 
i7IS-7W7 WaMWnaton 


a47 

POP sale; NICE MOBILE 
i<oma. 4 vaari aid. I7xt4 7 M 
reoma. ahana. catott. waahar. 
dryar haak-ao. fancad yard, com 
Mata an aad. Qwiai. IS minvtaa le 
can TSASni 

OWNER TRANSPERREO —I 
muti tail. S44.0Q0. Naw dtubla 
wida an <>acra. naar Ptoranca 

bT^._’'isas"’- 

BY Ot^ER aSXI7~ MONARCH 
with ftaraoa ahaa. 4 aaaiiancM . 
win trada araaai^. immadiaia 
naaaajilan. Any aS^ inviiad. Can 
ia7-4iBS ^ima. 

OOUBLE-kBDt Ya4'X44') 7 B.R 
maPHa homa. Dymid roof, aiumi 
nwm iidlnd. W*W caraatina, wam- 
ar. dryar. tridm and Hava, car 
oori. acraanad aatia, avkanaa 


^wfi4t|^Hlttu Farnweod ar UVk 

Why Not Live 

Close By , 

- - r ariantad Town heuaaa 3-BEDR<X>M 

raa S-badriMm wnlH aach with t?7S- 7*0 Priar 
iihar and vvar. Cie*a to »h«a- BTS-asi wordvav 
. to Two laraa akvtraundl tar 174b—iTtt Vardtar 
chiidran. 

I - Year Lease 
No Pets 

CALL 477-5422 

tar furlhar infarmaiian 


07*47* 

S.?1!5 


PXaUSIVE 1W0 EMBASSY 
ramodallad mtarlar. ariv^ awn- 
<ta«L taraa workthM. cioaaat to 
*ifiBft*a^ 47Mtn altar A ar 


Gordon Head 
Townhouses 

manaoad by 

Edgecombe 
Profierties Ltd. 


Vardtar 

"WK RK AVAnjvnur* 
('AliAHlJXi MGR.S. OR 
KtM GII,>JS 
ANYTIMK 


1738 NEWTON . 

'!•. ^ and >b*draom vtcanckt mI 
aaockwa cdmaki Adult and lami- 
iv black* Soma carpaiad. aemo I 
nardwaad liaar*. CaMaviaion CMh < 
(tran-* aiav araa Paai. haat. arW | 
aarkina ciait to acnaofk thaas 
*nd bw*ai Na •••■• *" 

-Pia- 


CLOVERDALE 

TOMNHOUSE COLTVT 
991 CLOVGRDAU': 

ONE BACHELOR 

HEAT AND CABLE INC. 
aCILDREN WELCOME 
Open to View 13-7 p.m. 
CbntBct MimRitr in Stt. 101 
.185-0814 or 385^1 sns aer 
CUEFrN BA.N’K 
DESIGNS LTD. 


..Mmanf 1 
Concord 


nacaaiarv) 


- 


Sr: 

gj^LANSHARO 


FIRST CHOICE IN 
APARTMENT 
RENTALS 

REDWOOD 

P'ARK 

(10. 117 Qwaa Rd 8.) 


Man«<Rrs 

51rt. NfSd 
3I54»09 
Mrs. PRppcrall Jr 
384*^106 

Mrs. PppprrAll Sr. 
384-6103 

Mr. Jihn Johnston 

.m-sorj 

omet. Mon.-Fri. 
I8MB66 

MmcArthur Park Kstntta 

PRINCESS 

PEMBROKE 

APTS. 

1030 Ptmbrokr St | 
(By Athletic Park) 

I 

New Building 
Children Welcome 
Close to Town, 
Schools and 
Shopping 

W to W c«rp«li. Drapo. 
Larf* baloonlM. Eltvitor, 
OontmlWd Entrmno*. 
DISPLAY SLITE 

l-Badrocm SUtM S19S4II0 

RESIDENT MANAGERS 
MR. ANDMR3. J. BRANT 

wetM 


It II.mM « 
walarwav ' 
Claaa ta 


.. ___-laat 

Cavarod aerkina avanaeia 

Ooa Badroam SuHaa tram S0l 

$044*1^ call Bravm BraSTA^- 
cka at TSS-^i. 


LARGE SUNNY CHARACTER) 
•uHt. wtiiHlM okiudad. Parnwaad iM 
araa. S«S-980 


MONTH TO MONTH 


CAMOSUN PURNITUR 




ATART-HENTS 
H ANTED 


OLDER COUPLE FROM EAST 
want furnithad ana kiSPesw aaort- 
mant. naar taa an park, tubki ar 
rMt, Nav. IN. PH March 7l*t. rant 
naoatldbla. S*a-7JS* 


1019 ROCKLAND, t BEOROC 
tlW Ptiana aftar l7 naan. 70^ 

<1 \P.4RTMENTS TO 
RK\T FTRAmiP;!) 

~ VvotTcouRT rrtisTeo ’couple wish TO 

4«b VANCOUVtR ST rant a fumiantd cauak apartm ' 

Old country a tm aaphara In haart | ^ neu«a October IS. to Navam 
Octobar 1ft. ftpactouf apm aaareximaitii'. 
iw frldeai atbva. draaaa. area* avaiiabia 594-} 

.. .. furnitur*. edbta. hat watar, I 

haat. wlnd^ In kitetwn and! RELIABLE .C QUPLE 88P- 

• - ■ antranca ta’aranca* *aak t-badroam accamma- 

■ "tlan, pratarrabiy wiih firapiata. 


of cHy 

yPW. fur . . 
haat. window 

bathraam. Privala — - - --- 

landacaaad courtyard. < 

•ark. aua. hMoHai, walklfM dN* 3S4-1S14. 
Ijnc#^^ dmanfewn. No. ^ •"iTjACHI 

SSt-i 


i 790. 


__ 

near'DOWNTOWN 
MONTHLY — 
WEEKLY - DAILY 

rar black wHh feocious fully 
iithad aultaa. Cator TV, iinan 

dHtwa fMMiodr 

wy.. 


TEACHER WANTS BASEMENT 
aJw In Colwoed vkw Royal brat 
*- Octobar lit Raaaanbbi* rent. 

Ib 9l. _ _ _ 

•buRTN VlAR NON-SMOKI^ 
I atudani raauirM baiamani 
trido* and itova within 
lanca of UVk. 074779 


&S. 


l-BEDROOM 
SPECIAL 

"While They Lost" 

INCLUDED In th. R«it li 
your parking, water and 
mwt Important your haat. 

— A uvtie of moo par 

month on rant »« •* Siili 

RPAT rXJR RENTS l-•r•a uMto. auaan tua bad*, ce- ^•rTn am 

DCA I V/UfN f\t»]t t W 1^ TV*. Including kitchan Avail- "’r.* * • .. 

I 8M CRAUi^'LOWEB i«tit Octobar r woHd* maid aar-> in rocklano area, the ma 

!.a«A«iM ■lOi.cfiM: vka tram US7 aar month. &H clura Manaton hai ana oadroem 

w4-U01 .UH-WSto 7SS4441. •v*fi*bia tor * m«iura yauno ladv. 

TOD HACKETT I -cRii^.y-uiWER MOfSr 

WAMTeo diau ma. acAuTi 


074747 c 


BEST WESTERN 
TRAVELLERS INN 


m HHAKKD 

AlXX>MMOI)ATI<IN8 

'a V Al 1>SL e* I 01A T ^ Y 

Paur fumianad badroam*. k^cik", 
taro# bathraam. laundry. utlHlia* 

. -- 


CONSTRUCTION LTD. 


WEST COAST COURT 
Ai Bi*n*hard and Hiimda 


??* * ^**t •*, M''tumi*nao”*oafTT^t4 ** »h*ra 

*P*fi*i wlntar ratm. All ma c^- *!«. wta othar aVi. TV and tv 
. comwataiy fur- trvmioo vau ceuM want Pi*a*a 
* or 07407 


I tori* at hama. Cemaiataty ^?ur-' L'vVhino' vau' cimM w 
I f 1 Concord- i — 


■camatotoly fwrnithad^ r*aub*T-,Lwara. __l-rAHTen.. aoMATe to' 

t»/*2 tSlS^VTa^TtoJitod*^ the 7 


_'biftto'airSSJl ^ ma^aarvlco " avTi 

canvanlanca af a ^*v locaiton la. i t - - 

s5« KSri.H'rSw.KJ rs. 

aarkina avallabto with two »aaa- 40^017. 
rato alavbt^ tram tha paHtlng 
araa to m* 

ihi* fina 61 Ti 
ine. Cenvaniant 


SHARE 
alhar*. 
iraaiaca. 
SI0 par 
Oci. 1*1. 


bMt and wmi wtne* • 
i^Mtri doatonod byito- 
tont bonktfto and athar 
aarvkM avaltobto 


furrUVtod, ^oatM.' 

Inciudaa Mt.caWa..FEMALE. AGED 0-0. WANTED 
0>0I4 or to aha£9 hauaa. S10 ear monin 
totoi. Furnttf^ Avaiiabia >mma- 
1 -^, 9 $ or 7SS-I09 


AVAILABLE I^EO OSthKE 
bail^iar tuHa. toiiv-iurnliihad. 
haat Inciudod *799 par month, j G I R L 
Pantaatk vkw. 77nd floor, *wim- ■ warn* a* 
ming aaai. whkiaaoi - - 


99 


RAYWOftf) ARMS 
HUaaMONT MANOR 

7N-0I BELMONT 

^LWOOO 

PKTS A cmiJlRKN 
WELODMK 


1 


C(^f 11X0, 7-BeDROOM ML 
wTa nama, in Oaiditraam wia 
Faaturoa drapiaca, larM cava 

T*.Vi4i.-^ 

TMl DUTCH LATCH 
M*lafw tloa tor rfm a 
maSMto homa and aii 
mabiB h^ Would ar 
ra uato 40- 101 _ 

OPEN HOUSE 
TWIN OAKS 

*ui^l-l _Buy R*ant Mom** 

UNBEATMLE PRICE H 
On Ihi* Iec4i lexl: with dawWa Hv- 
Ino room over 90 m. tt.r AI*o 

17 X 0 7-BEQROOM, SHAW- 
nto«n Laka, family aark. ilb.fM 

fSf'.M.l'JS"* 


Sq. Ft. 

3 BEDROOM 
SITTES 

FROM 1240 


Fridaa. tb>va. w-w caraait and 
draaa* ara inciudad in rani Bia* 

I a a I u r a s cantraitod antranra, 
laundry lacllHtot. tore* bakonie* 

and anciaaad aiay araa Cioaa ta 

achaak, park and ahaaaing. 

I |R trem^tb 
7 BR tram 970 
Ta view call 
Cathy 47A10I 
Laurie 47 a79II 


ONE MONTH 

FREE! - iarlfu Mwvi • 

Ijirga tv„. Br aulin with “"LniJ-l'tSS 

wlfAY^atnad 

jlo ki'houlk rihI buk Avpil-ona iwa-bjtot “ 

HWe Ininieflialfly. Children *'|*',5^***Vtoa*ir^ can'* 

WYlc'tNtie. 07-W0 

Mm. .SrhoIHlHd. M641©0 mw 

CreighUdi PnHieDy Mxnt. i FLLcKl 

' APTS. 


Anytime 

SOfCRY. NO PETS 


want to mak* a chenaaT Tired aft,,... . 
it* »ama old ^acar Why. naiI Chbteau 


irMm *vll« 

W. h4nl 

Jb2407 


Divijisors 

878 BROCK 

7 SR tocatod in Lanttard *70 aar 
_ Per Month month Aaallancat, w-w co'Pat and 

,“T WW include- -quality appli- 

snees underground perking 70 7174. 

TOW.NHOl SE 

offered by 

rnmiAL mort(;a(ve 

AM) HOi;SING OORP. 

HATFIELD HOUSE 
877 ELLERY ST, 

CALL 388-3103 -i-t 


WATKIUHONT 

I-. t- and 7-badroam auiiaa avail bl7 Eltorv ti. 

ada In aduii-aniy. na-ao< buiidino. One 0 our baat aawifl^' 
naai and caaiavkian inckNtod Inivaiua* ari* 

' " toaturaa kidbor aaai.' badraom 


and caaiavkian inciudad Ini value* aricad tram STIS.W tor 

- iuUdtof toaturaa kidbor aaai.' badroam auile. and tram 110# 

aamaa roam and «auna. Can real-' tor a anj badrwm buHo. Hpai Rb 
dant managar, 30-4b0. If no an- clChnwan wakama. Pw aih 
«war. call Raaiaaon Praaarttoa' adnimant to v^ ^ iaaw can real- 


Lld^ 0*4454. 

'esquimalt 

Nadan art*. 174b Su*>a> It. 

. . . -- Phan* 0*4*97 

to vla v call: I Bachaiert, ti0. i br*., *I0 

'l-br*., 014. Include* haoi. c0tavl- 
aian. parking, carpeiino. dneaa. 
apoilancM. »auna, twiriaooi. r0t- 

3lk» SOOKE LK. RD. n*"™' .. —| 

I.ljMi"'* -'** LAUREL point 

Naw 7 badroam tuiiM *em* with 
IIP i^l P P-. 9 malar toaiiancaa. lacliHto* 

MUVL.>lt Ufr islaA.VLr. aa*aci*wd with luxury accomma- 
inquir# about our TOWNHOUSES datton*. cnoica aTT^-lath fiaor. 
and Aparimane in Part Aibarnl, *aran* harbour aaitina. claaa to 
Camabaii Rivar, Nanaima and Pariiamani bwiding*. *70 

kchata 


monthly, auri 


(Ai 


PROFESSlONAla 

.MANAGEMENT 


Rocklend 

lAd. 


Apts. I 



0. IMMEDIATELY 
anethar airi la thara 7'bad- 

-- -.. .— iurni*haa aaartmant, SiU 

•aaciai meva-in arlyltoew an dbrgreund aarkin^ contraiiad an- piu* atoctrkity. I mlk (ram Ch- 
la rgmainino auitot and to v»aw ."*. **^ "00 to**- S0-10S 

-youi«i~AouLt~id~tMAai 

, S a m ^ ^ " SHERWOOD PARK INN Jvaiv cfuiraciar -hauaa voaa «ri^ 

m Gotm Rd. Ea»t i ^ 

9sa-i477 __ 

HOUSE.TO SHARE. GOOD 

WMklv and manlhly rate*. , 
th* baWrt «t a lull (aciiily hai 

nice clean 


STOP 


iix>ktnf for 
building and \‘ery roebon* 


locallan, ftult alngia mothar or Uu 
0nlt. nan imgkart only. 9974797 
atiar 7. 


ROYAI. VICTORIAN 
MOTEL 


I able rent? Our rent Inriudee.waakiv and manthijr raia*. larea 
parking and, mual imp<Mv J„ 

i tent, your beet: a savingt of ••0 P'**** can 05-9771 
1830 a month on rent. 


lOWPUKI 
IMMCOnDlT 

tw COOK IT. M-raa 099 CRAIGFUOWER 

CUBBONIU34TALA 13g4.um Igl-WM 

lOaS NORTH PARK | .pop iiaCKHTIT 
lOM BALMORAL ST. i 
NOW avaltobto tar vtowUia tha aac-1 
and atatt w (Me flna bwlwina. wa I 
Bachator and On* B aaream < 


•URNSlOE AREA. ONE OR TWO 
ream* to rant Qn* ar two lamaia* 
Snara all tadiriiM. *10. 07-170. 

7’ tirtr ’ "a •**'‘**'** 
in and 0S*^ WANTED. PERSON Tc'SHARE 7 
• - ^ Pairliaid araa. 


NOW RENTING IN THE SUN 
Craal M^i. all naw fully tur- 


ISSST 


_ _ . , . tor- SIN^E WOMAN TO SHARE 

ntohod bactitior babrtmani* far. I'booreem aMrimoni. Jahavan * 
*0b aar manih. inctoduie bii wtlii- wTtnaaa only naad aaaiv. 04-9*40 

* to 


OONSTRUenOH LTD. 


havt 

unit* 

rantor 

blMia 


•yaito^ - 

Thk adult buiidina hat a 
I raam. TV ■ ‘ 


VILLAGE 


bva catouiM 
treat*, toatotoi 

_ .. klfchena aM 

Cabtovtoton apd h0f1n| aUt 
tncludbd In vaur rant. Wo hi 
dargraund aarku^ ^n^twe 


GREEN APTS.liwATOS’T,'i!-m“f«’''wm. 

wbikavar- ^ ..-...-.I'"**" tumthira. cavor0 aorking. 


0S Cara# Rd »*t. , r«iitt«ia uuai 1 

wHh laaorato bedroom. ctoM to custom ma^ hM** na 
town and tranaeofiatian. 1 yaar Htohway. Sito. 4Sa-7a77 

toata avaiiabia, immadlato - 

cuobney; *17S par month. M 
Mr*. Hamkieway. 07-910 


naar Pal Bay 


384-1955,383-1912 .ft's 


, Wa have bachator, ana and iwa b.K Avaltobto naw *70. 

__ . _ __I badraam boartmant* and fawt*-' Okkia Atancia* Ltd.. 0S-47it 

lor*. CioM to Wfllburna. cen*l»- neuaa* avaTlabla tor your tmmadi-' ■ -. ^ ■ " 

ttntir ana of Victoria** towati ti* ■raiaannr Manaaar * SuHa. 
tricad •uaarmarktt*. Ta vltw 717-10 'Manitob. Caratakar'i luHa. 

*' M- le-itt Crntt _Min nimrivf. '.iw n—<. 

itAtan II and 7 a.m. Monday to watar canla and aarkina. * 

r.r^.irrTfetisr^Hb ascot house ,F,n, 

150 MORRISON STREET - 

. ' *‘ i Mm 


m Dt'FLEXEfl TO KE.ST 


ran von tones. 


aaiian. 3sa475i Chaka 


convoni 

Hama*. 


__ VWUVWi/W I 

to 1979 m^l. cto»a to all 
itonca*. Priandiy Mablto 
I. DC4ia0A. 474.170. 


Cr> 

esQ DARWAI 


C.P.M. 

RENTALS 


aaarimani*. w-W caraaik 
frtoM and ftovt In can- 
iroitod buitofna*. 


Quo I i terra Court 

CHIlDKiN -ELCOME 


. _ 885 eXJNSMUIR 

FriaMiy A^i# Hama*. OL «aM v^wa'i cKMi t^i *»•« ftRn> *70 Cto*a to M lwTM 
ciaSA. 474-101 _ _ SSU*' Pto#»* can Hhooi* CaM Manaaar at 0a474r ^ 

BUY OUR OFFICE ANO SAVei *3«. -riif- /•LJA.irm- WnS I badr0m"*ull** with 

I'” *1111"!. !***“& --**** •- -Tin/M icfivtc chalet oulr w "5I?S i... «m.. 


I ..v.-jd buito...^^. « - - 

CAIRN VILLA ' 1979 KIT^S __07-7aM 

Modarn I and 7-baWwm. aark-lik# ^ **" 0*-S0i 

"• tor Immadlato occupancy, othar* 

- . Qrt I Ai*o ona-badroem »ulto 

nif*r*RA-H1i J i5fr>S* ivaitoW* tor raiiabto ratirad coi^ 
VIUAUKA-MU^U/e, ^ for acting a* 

Saactou* 1-badreom aMrtmant* ro),ot btor. iwg day* ear wtak, toe 
avallabto Octobar 1. Slap* to *1100-, I'lrihtr Information ahana at«ca. 
Pina and buto*. Quiat clean 0*.]7ii 

buiidina. Call ra*i0nl manaqar. - 

"4-4570. or RMi*aan Proparha* 


EVENINGS AND WEEKENDS 
70-907 ar 70-9797 


760 QUEfNS 


bran or aai* Prttor vmrkina lady. 1 b0raom 




itmiSlriti ' 


WIDE. BATH ANO A 
* 'bff* ^F* wM 


Faur block* tram lha say 
•• ‘ arana and 

carMi0 »uHa 
ear month. Piaa** 

can 0 a-a* 0 . 


•eiv Saacto44 1 ^B(to^l?om^*10 0 Call InchNi** utlilltoa 

M!SSi^ilHV2«r*'“*' ^*''1^ Oct. 1.1. 


CAPTAIN'S.WALK APARJLMENTS 
S€ 


Baaviy — 1 
Family par* *«i,rq 
biia Hama*. 0L4ial 


P. R. BROMN AND SONS 

R»TAIJ5 

ONE BEOROOM SUITES 
>7 X 0 WITH LARGE ADDITION *174 0 Caniral manor 
Ctota^ Lanatord. Walk to alt 170 Fort si 479-077 ; 

WOKE.--. .. 

rwo-eEORo<^ suites 
* 777 0 Tawn*l0 Manor 

971 Bainwrat 1S4407 

17*4 SQ FT. (Haal Inciudad to all *uiia rental*) 

Brand naw an your tol. S7I.90 '79 TOWNHOUSES 

invantory Ml* conttoua* Hii *tock 7 Badroam. Iram *09 0 
Mid BuyrlftM. 474.71 0 7 BadToem, tram *779.0 

GEORGE EITATES* BROWN k SONS 

suxti . 

Buvriohl. 474-710 


803 Esquimalt Rd. 

CHILDREN WELCOME 


THE SENTINEL ; 

Tha Mftirt to nvi In lha Sanitngt 


107 E9QUIMALT RD. 
ENlOR CITIZENS DISCOUNT 
adraam aulia* from SI7S 
*draom 
. -0 corn) 

’ilA, 



. - to Aa. 

— —.—-. 07-4J17 or 10407 

I CtoM to Jubitoa and 7 bu* ffnofc 1 — — 

' Md auito with Micany. Cara^ AVAILABLE OCT I. 197| 
, draaa*. Irig. rang*, atovator Nica 


SEAVIBW DUWLBX 
Saoka Harbour 

0 min. to town. Madam, around 
rtoer duptox ato. lOu »g. 11. with 
esquimalt . CITY SIDE “’'‘"L.SJT' 

S*v*rai briahi Ju* rm. aw* . with 5? SSl? 

main tumlivra aiM haat. hot !S!w' 

watar. <01* and aarking. 1H7 to 
*70; avaiiabia new and Oci Ut. 


Muato. 710 ear month. Avan, im- 
madiatoiy. 

C. N Maniaoua Co. Ltd 
S9944I1 07 019 


imCOOK IT. 


yOUHHM 

ftmtemm 


iu?ruSs.r*iS*^ jamesbay 

10 Chiftan, V attT PhUa CtoM. «ra*t0. ^IrK^,. »«p g*r menih Madam 7- 

^011 Of 199470 9-9 P.M. or LVi bSSroam iuaf *iaea to^ aaa 

70^1 am tarvic# anyilm* ^I'fncw. cwMiad. Avail- 

-- DESIGNS LTD. ®Jf CMI Wayna 07-9MI gglg immadtotoiy on a month 

— 174 haurt). _ *0 month 


6REENBANK ( 

HAMPTON COURT 

10 COOK %T. . . CT 


PURNISHi 
I. ceiw TI 

wT'iSiS m- XnilsSirJXS'oSSi 


I Naw 

CAPSTAN COURT iJS,'" 

630 Hsod St. '7*birlhraSm*.*ll0*t^^V’ to"tofal' OBLIGE -- 

•n«u im m »..!.* mA .!• *»iiM ‘ includ** tri^. •tov# §n4 7 0 rk- Acitoto Mayfair 
Tills is a quiet, SOJlt bulm*,|n, yn,t*. 940 par month. U**al«ui 0 ^raimdin . , - __ . , 

ine close lo buses and thOD-i •'to rataranct* raguaatod, 090*1. room with aaoarat* kitohaojmant^ 
iiiK ciiwu lu uuawa aiiu >4iu*7> —.. .. .. ■ ■ iy, waakiy and vaariv rata*. *0 Ro*c*a 

•ping . A tew suites avail-! W^jVATE BEACH W-4f7o, 0S-7»7. ^«0-_ 

able. Controlled entrance —'candaminium with aruata antry.' ^OR Mi^URE RESWNSIBle SK.VAI-’WS ODLU’OOD 
Belconiee. well to wall, * 010 ^ adult wtooiad ^wrieto *-1 fjfljf’ m ^toar ngw 7 badroam. rwit includa* 

'0 iTO tram downtown Vi^to..^*?,' "^•ij^''l,i?,*tova. 7JT0a. W 0 W. wall ‘ 

Phone 386W , 3 ^ 

Ctovaiopmanti Cera. 0 l-»i 


FURNISHED laiO- 
•vitoF. cofjr TV. Quaan 


JACK Wars 

KRAromte 

909011 


OCEAN VIEW 

ACCOMMODATION Hug* itow 1 Mvgi 0iuxa euaia* in 
"r ahoaaint canira. lavaiy counvy »*ttina. I badrooim. 
hf*. larg* *aa<iM 1 Mthraama, rac room, avar 1]0 
-at* kiiahan; manth- ig. H. Avallabto Saat. 10. uls. 

w-.-*- Oavaioomant Cara.. 


7 badroam *uit0 tram *70 
1971. LarM carnar 1 badmom and dan' 


Unuauii 9 BR..C^n*r SuHw. Call raacha* from coa*i I* caa*f Ori# 
and two badroam* avallabto 


_^to wida. 

riandiv Ma- 
474-170 



7aEOROOM APARTMENT WITH 
taavtow. wall-to-wall carpaiir - 
l-baero< 


taavtow 

wad parkin* avaitobto 

a ta, fhaaamg. but ••»• at 

han* raiidant manager at 
0V«0t 

SORRY NO PETS 


388-7324 


. to wall 

_ _ laundry and 

. axira ftlreng ttorOM room*. Avail 

ONE BEDROOM. ESQUIMALT, abto^i Ui. RfM 1179 par month 
Roacaa eortraitod build- No daaa 471401 or 07 fMl 

>- T V . .U M-T . 

Aitraciiva. gutoi area, iotm 
roam*, dining room. 7 tiraetocat. 
comatoitiy aaft-containad. ouiai 


iSl'u 


[•bed. suite on gtd 


197* 

Yogr tocal^ 
BaatthaM Buyright. 


UiTt MONARCH 

hfl^. *0.90 
>. 474-710 


TfniRIBT 

ArmOMMOIlATION 


Raaianaato Miiv a 
Rata* 

SSM747 or 707117 




21. 


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WISTIMN MOMt* 

wa-MM 


lUtClav areal* 


ROCKHKIGirrS VIU.\ 
748 LAMMON 8T. . 

Good Htad aaarimani* m atovaiad 
W W i* ' 


Ixn-ely 

ceierM ahimbina. i-tairMm I flimr. Hal large fHitio, atove. 
aparimant with caiarad Muhina ' . »«.hnr rirvar ate ibouica 

1 badroam hau0 an waiartrani In inage. waaner nryer, 'ic.. 

SMtoa araa 07 3717 _ lair. With all facllltlres rent;'®»*“>j'Jf 

WALK DOWNTOWN. 73i9|S400 luit older peraon. pior *‘‘^I“**^* 

Dawtor, al Quaan* On# badron.m. , , ..i--, .jwmA 

*10 imaii. autoi buiidina. Gw#*i |>ertT»ingl<Ki lo view i*none 
room jtfO.™, tiovoior Kooiti 7,(*.24n .DiMmi »niw«r-| 

intormaben 47|-*}94 > 

FAIKkULO »X> I geDKOpM, "* _. 

PIUNCIiSS LOUISE 

■ jAA b^k si. nalwaan I acuLL 
RaSbntTWa* aaiflu WV ’ns* 

47*109 LW 


■^^jjovaiopn 

j craighouse _ 

11 bd.“wiV.!®•« iAstwewT tuiTi. ovw.,, en- SIX''^S.SIL'Ti 


aarkiog mciudad Naar 
I thooain*. bu« and rac canira. 
Adult* only No aat* *70 0*4770. 


AVAILABLE OCT. IS 

kxbcutivt; 

TOWNHOUSM 

RCKKLAND ARIIA , 1 and 7 aarm* avail oct 1 rrpoca. •area 

Three-bedroom luxury town- pi^teta. atovt. draaa*. cebia. w-w. *itiin» roam and bamra^, t^. 1U470 
1 v^t*t bu* al door .«u^ rvoi-. , 1 ^ 1 

! 385-5406 


TWO-BEDROOM 
dininf ream, larM 
atoct. wpiL^waii . 


Three beths 
Self-cleBning range 
19 cu. ft. FruBt-free (rig. 
■ Waxher and Dryer 
(.iarbtirator 

h—^J9MMb4ib uGaMttfSi BysSeii* 

R j^rl. Dtshwiuiher 


watar. cabia. ear' 
haaiad twimming 
I badroam 


•H 


AMr 

I TON 


047 0 aoml 
014411 ar ,t*a«4 
HOLME* ltd am 

1174 


OCEAN VIEW FAIRFIELD 7 olktoaXuSM' ^ 

rodreomt, 7 baihraom*. llrMlor*. rwif 4l^0ii*^^botora S 'iml-P* 


I BR with larntic vtow *179. ing ' *700 
Avail Del I 79 004114 ' 10471* 


rAHADlAN pi 
in* wMkand hiking _ _ 
lha 4livma>r Panfntuii 
rnenay at aw with ihi* 


Ya*r 0*-9MO aH*rJ __ 

%m muM <• -- J 5225 

CENTRAL PARK PLACE, NEAR AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY 
jAMe* BAY LUXURY — I • lo towr. 7-Nidraomn *yH*% avaiL Nrw Btork, >S0 Wvenbury, .Q\’i*t 

5*.r:j".jL-.js^‘o ’.x:: it;’ £’■ i:aLJn)ss;.''nS?rwRn’’’ 

Avaltobto now. aoinimani ... UNIVERSITY QaroEN HOME* 

jemi-WATERFRONT. 7 BFO 3 badroam*. ctoM to,thaoolna and 

lkf^ Kai!n?iwt!i . <irl^i*d yi0k!^utuit^’‘na* Incftd faltoltoton."' InciudM* *tov* and 

..-oio^ ^ ^ »>*'»» - waiLktei afdar btoca. bachator' „ rtHaato l•nanl* only fridge hMi. hot wotor, draaa*. 

■94114 ^ hpuMk^iaeing roam. T# vtow pftana 044*04 oa^ino Ipactow* Ifvfn^ CWtorar 

---;... ‘«f'2|» ,2 W. I I tlDKOOM .UITI, HiAT. MOT ^ 

J? ^mtttl'****^* Chinaafc JJlT.dJJ* ^r*iiiufmaii *ia-Ferl *1. 04-im wator. caoto. dream and BACHILO 

Meiei. 7a*-49^n0 IJJi 7,*" Vaal! .—uv 1 .<fv «’« manth. maiura par*an* draaa*. wall to 

I GUEST HOU9F waiar. covrej^aarkine. tabto j*nd I ?2. *'^^**" 

)-'v . WALK TO WORK . orNOM ciAn 

Alto ATTPACTIVI LAROF 1BEO VERY REA-WNABI.f MHiNp i BSOROOM. SUV ^ I OG 

room tu*!* avallabto Odobtr 1*1. Paritomtnt ^an view f l^lcarati Avail iaoi 0th. 094177 >itM Hilitida. Navamaar 1*t. Na 

YORK ^/^NOR 5^,„ 


:I8&4714 to view 

family" 

SUITES 


SANSAR APT. 

1140 HILLSIDE 

Qutot. taactoo*. aMatantiy tituat- 
•d. cenvantoni to bu* and *11000100 
contra. No Mt*. 1 badroam and 7 
Dodra^. auilM. *00470. manaa¬ 
ar 111 fliM 

f$^fMALf"m'i^coi9tAmWr5^ 

bacnalar »uit*. wlvat* nom*. M ♦'9®' 

iivTna room. rath, ktttttonatto. grT- m'" r 


9EFARATE 

kitcKan, tirp 

ippWNToyyN furnismeo STU- oipc*. wpn-to-waji caroai and 

iIunIWro MAtuRt AbULff'Araliawa dctoMr m 04.11IA 
^^9^70*. LANOFORO, 1 tfOROOM SIDE 

by *10*. Galditraam Ava Araii 


Vito antranca claaa to bu* an* 
tneaptoo, mlddto aead buainaaa 
ladv anly. iingia accuaoncy, av0t- 
OMO new. *170. 0A4IM. 


Waterfront Apts. 

’ Aoaaiuia aaaca and gutot a artofi- 
titL 3 only avaltobto. 
vtvptopmtm Cara. 


FINCtO YARD 


and 'nlSlhiy”^ 00 .^ to^rM 1 S2® 


Weakly 

unit*, tpr 

from *10 




40-077. 


’.J?W 


LARGE 1 BEDROOM SUITE 

_ PLUS OfN ett'0itto«f ttotihtoei t tteni ^ Ha 

floor acroM from Btacan 1 Park araa. Haat Included. 100.0 
Park Navombar I9ih to May R0arancM raouirfd. Na mI*- 
*09. Call Mr. ir»••*. Phana 0tor S p m. Pa-lto*. 

- - - .-FOR RENT OCTOiiR t. 1-itO- 

hospital AREA. ON. roam luli-bOMmant duptoi in 
■ Martooid araa. waF-to-waii iira- 
-- —R*tar»nca* 
0*4at9. 

LIVING 


JUBILEE 

^ rmito acroM trgm •neoatae. Martooid araa. *- 

Fui'f lurntohod inriudina linen aM: 0aca. antuito. no p0*. 
kihrranwwa. B • Ct'• fa r . lai. raguirtd. AMing s«9. : 
Advito. no oaf*. 997411*, ..MVAiae 

'AIK^tO.'c'o W A 1 . I T IL yl 

lurnlahod bpchaier ■aortmont. fira- i aadraem dawnttair*. 

*'•'* Biff’S). Xiir-’icr;- '" 


S nallth . . 

ally, weakly ri 
wygli arT«4*97. 

tin KfMIH^ANI) IMIAKI) 


Kllarv SI. In E*guimaii It wni EO^ng, la^rv * 

MU. 

VERMAY MANOR 


THE 
SEAFORTH 


LlNSHIfl HOTEL 

OAK BAv'GUBST HOUSf 
I vfcancto*. gpoa noma caakad 
maaib cto 0 to waan and bua 

rpitw By lha mgnfh ar tnarV 

Ftrige* it ragu 0 % Aaato ton 
Nawgari Ava.. ar ahana 991-017. 
094^ 

ROOM* A*N0 VULL iOARpr *10 
•or manth, prlytto 9 aam. S0994I. 

IsV BOOM RJid IM)AKI> 
WABITrn 

WOM^ 
ream an 
vic^ia 

IBS BOOMB TO IIKNT 


.mr 


TewnnSvaa vnii*. piu* iMrd ttortv 

aaninawM *u<i* avilia"' *- 

Iram iTTS-illS Amanll 

*0^19 E^IMIIl' 
lagor'i •uft9( Na. Jt 
ar 94 waakeay*. 


I *u<i* aviltobi*. Raoiing 

LlilS AmanItiH includ^ 
' tund aarking. 


iAN NOT WDRKINA WANTS 

and board in family hama 

ria Pro** Bai 09. 


1797 : 477 7040 Mdro^ ’'iuti#,' Tnony 1 f •y*'.**® . '!f?IL 

WATERFRONT 

•fry raawi tiling A cyaioMy I -SMOROOM UPSTAIRS. 909 w!fk(na^Sii*ia»2a to* 

_..d tut •mgliar apt- i Mdraam - ELPW ^ aiiitTw^r* IntiuMd, Itov# n* pal* I»* ^.tTlr*!*^^ I_W.AWM..M. 

piM aan. » *1^ irgm pwkina to _ 479 |W call ihuriday ar Friday, fii’fjjf malur# ladv. kfmm ,y<r^|rfn4(ft oi^ ?6wN. ChIl- 

SfTvala antry, I7H ^Mlto* at COLWOOO-LANOPORD. 7 Bl(9 ail#r f 90-*74 _ ORfN WlTcWiJ JiNT TO ifc- 

ROYAL OAK ^ 

•ora. err-/***, l■•Alll&<*la mmas yAAEu il — • 

na 9 B R ^1 

'V!.K^,ur' 


I HOI I and l-badraam *uiia* avail- 
able new. Adult*, na Mt* 09-410. 

I 04-703 

' ' VICTORIAN APT. ' 

nil SPRING RD 

I BR from 1179, Pargni* with child 

wakam a. Raa. 0I-09I. 

'view towers 

One badraam and bgchalar tultoi 
tW rani. Phara aftinnawt I^Tl 
and 1-4. Mendav-Pri3av707-a9H. 


atoaidi Del. lit. 00 3M-SS47 _ h*« itova and fridM 30-»3i* ^ 

THI DUTCHMAN'inn ■ *lsi(»-BY.SIOi DUPLEX. THREE 
Modarn t^tot, dav. wMk ar badroam*. maator anauito. tuii 
month 790 Rack Bay Ava . loaigmtni Driva-in aarM*. tridM. 

04-7957 ilvti^to iiov* AyaWeeto now nBo 

900KI IV THE SIA |5a-)9to- •Ntf 3:0 waakMv* 
Bachator and 1-btdroem aaarl DUPLEX FOR RENT. 3 BED 
mani. wMkiv and menihiy raiae. raam*. a'actrii haai. iiraeiacr 
arivato wharf 443-1044 . rwai turraundinM. PnaiM An 

IN irVuTIKUI. CA0»0»0 iAT. WS-JJJ* 

bachtlar auiia. arlvata aniranc* ’ DUPLEX FOR RENT, 7 BED 
cabtovtoton. ctoaa to tiara* andlroum*. aiatirk naai Hraalac* 
bw* *140. 4S3-00 I r"rai turrwmdina*. Phaia* Ava 

MPAB PARK tIA TOWN tX. SaS-ljJ* ^ 

lanelv* view*.'vwy ato^nl'com-j LARGE MAIN FLOOR tUlTI IN 
lartabto. aukt I badraam. Al*#'aWar ua and d»«m duptox- 9voM 
• ' TV. iif»*n. 9»i Paoi.. abto Immadlaiifr *“ meiwda* 
309-041. haat hydro i7M4« 07-710. 


TWO IBIDRQOMI. % 
chlieran. no aeH. Ceiwac 
lord. 477 7941 _ 

' availaili octmid 

*uilt and tgactou* 
7974 Quadra 0S141* 

wniitoma 4 Ca Ltd 


Oct 

I ffSOUIMALT 
1ST. badr^. 

•uHa, • 

coma 




LOW RATES 

MAID SERVICE 1 ■*! AaBOl 

. .. d by dav weak ar month 1 *99 7|4t 

linato* ffam,S4S aar w^. SKI a , 

TWO SINGLE ROOM*. SHARttfG. OMI. near >ariiamanT lulldTngi 
M*.7to4 ' and Far* 09 fM4 


9 S.R vMtoV* *la . lar.^-_ . ™.A«- ... --- 

•a 7 badraam, naer, tchagto. 

bgchotor 074 Quadra 01-tot* 'coma 09-410 irJ^TcS* Irgnaagrtatton. fill, 

' p!i.u«» t •tDAooMTuiTtriN 

‘.fi"jPfL*?)NYl!9J “fe 

VNIcrU. fliml nUA'IM .H,l l| •(OaOOAt AAAATMtNt r. ..irDkOaM CONOOWINIUM. M-MAI 

larH 1 MAr M Nl Ml,.. w>. ; wIimH MlrMI. .IH Mr nwMA ' MI. l.n.lmAII i«, UM M. ' -r«r« Tu»iff 

,1m. a,.imm. nm jjii .n.i4«i .vMinM i n»nu flYMi) _5Ii*I2a'l3 

to vtow call: .fat nan-*ma*in#, miggi* agM ar 

ONI BIDROOM SUITE, SHARI ii BOOM BAIIMINT IlilTI. Irgtirtd IMy^WflWng d'Hanc* to 
aatnrgem, avallabto immadiaiaiv Mritoiiy lurMti^ Mntor uitogn; igwn lai-Hto 

A 1*0 bachator 04-}>t7 ^ lanly Phan# 07dfM I AVAILAILI OCTOMR—isf ——7:’_ - CaTtO ' 

livtL’':.'.,,.;’!., .ct r.i.'Tta?.’ wp:,s2s. 1 . M.tcso.. 

br lobar I *749 4*7 *944 ' WitI 994 7407 03 4913 * *1 0Mil4 non-omaker, lIlO manth iM*!* 


_Monday- 

VneWEST 
t-badroam awit*. t70 
draeg*. fridM/ atove ~ 
tovtolon . bM itoo et d _ 

VERDON MANOR 
^^P'STm.T'SV 


170 IncludM 



ONE BCpRMM. QUIIT, CLEAN 
w^j camrafTM wtolfto. atovato> 
era laundry faclimta. draedS. car 
I'tf. ttov*. iriM. •toraea. bai 
tony, c^tvtolon. raaf. waia 

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--"-fI— 3'V tim.^Wirti'v]Lnd*liy aai 


BACHELOR lyiTE *10 to *719 
Naar City Cantr* 
BvarytMng Suftoltod 
Mkhalanf^ A^fmanf* 070741 

^W JROVAL’'sfuOiNf SUITE* 
099. ^arg UtcTm inclue^l 

utmito a. aduH*. 401117._ 

LAROt siLP-CONTAINIO SE^- 

bechator. Sin, 

i^*pl 6 or orchard house, 
1b4 **"'^*'^ ****' 


hydro *77-440 07-710. 
AVAILABLE OCrOBBR IIT. 

rgaSSlW-bSLIb 

*To|-By”iIDP OUpLiX- 4-MO' 
ream. T ielbraam. 4n Grofton, 
0* 9104. anyilma aitor I. ^ 

SIDE BY-ttp'l, 9 BEDROOM DU 

rw^RIOROOM DvKfX* 90R 
am m auiaf area m BaguimaH. 
’•1143 ^r 4 a.m. 


___ 

BEACON HILL. SPACIOUS: 

aachglar. aeai, •buna, whirled, •11 IMlimt-.n TO 'IKKI 
aarkina. 17^44S-SS47 ^ j I NKI IINiRMKi* 

M SUITE FOR ON* QUIET I ... 
na wgrW ar ilu^. 10. irCLUOfO COUNTRY HOME, > 
to arra*. 1 Mdraama. tratiau* MrH* 

#, ,i*ss7.^w JSfxj'" 

.. *l0AK BAY EXICUTIVB. PAN 

BEOROOM APARTMENT ft0'r.ramic view 3 badroam*. t ttrg 
r month, near Nadan 1l3M»f aiata* ll7i. 4104*0 


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9 BBBfaaw n . | aatti. dan 
drvar. alB«a and irt^a. 
■anilni. 


Cvcatiant 2 badreoma. A trafita , 
baacA cattaaa an Cewtctian taka. 
vdahrliBd. Mmtihad. tno. Yau- < 
bav. t.C. Ni44iO. 


MU M . . 

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aaiamant, fira 
warr nka. 


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■ roam, na aiaa, »1a* lat. non- 
lamakarB. aamf-lurnMAad. t9M. 
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TOWNH^ft 
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wtm tBnniB cawrtB 
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BOAT MOORAGE 

a* yaar bach daar. MaanlHcant vtaw 
at nw Soaka Harbour, 9 badraama. 


dt^wa a nar, trtdpa. itava, 
Our laat tai^iMai unit I 
coa Davaiaamant Co 


ON THE BEACH 

I badraam oaNaaa. flraaiacB. 
SBtats fraunda. ImmaglalBhr m 
aota. AdwH wh ' 
downlaan. he 
44MB4. 


AVAILAhLl Arm OCT. IST, I 
mlnutii tram Sana Faint Fark. 1 
bBdTBim wttn bbb vlaw. WraaiBea 
and tmall bobv cart yard, auift 
araa> m tar raapanalbia ad^ 

C MairisLi 

^np. MB dowB* atadBM 29044(4 aNar 

4 B-m. 


OOWNTO^ CONVtUft^f 

icsi-isrirSrsb'Si? 

and antartainmant #acTlrN«. NTlnT 

roam. hfaMaca.^llklnaw araa. 
Naad CMM. ana not workina folk 
t'ma. far accaaianai aat ^ara. 

■ ■■■ 


t blDROOM HOUSE F< 
^laa^^llSer iaf*474$lt. 


mSS:. 


LANOFOhO AREA; ] MO- 
naami. all ttava. tarpa tloraoa 

rjnTi 


OpROON KEAO, Ct.QtE TO 
V.Vk. f badfwma. s Mtha. WW. 

WShiiSitT 


WHY AINT 

dAwtd raw aratar la rant lar 079 
aar ma^ or aurchaaa tar aa law 
aa OM aar fMnRi now nama. S 
baOaoma. 49S-im or 49MM4. 


lEORpOM MOEILE HOME 
inM Cn^ Fork, la^ trid 
' (tbYB' naar fiMw. Rant wtin < 
I to evv SPOjMr month, rah 
aa raaulrad. 4sFo(4. 


SO. FT. MOROOM. > 
faathraem. ranch atyta hema* ^ 


dOSEINSSOO 
0 ^ S Oadro 
Alhkatk PSr%. 
yard. 47? lUi. 

11J 


Itoval 
. nioa 


ACKC FARM 


OUNCAN 
' idraam 
inawd> 


K » lar rant with 4 bad 
a, jm aar month net ir 

ma Sitmat . Na aala. > 4MOt._ 

AVAILAELE NOW. ESQuTmALT. 
9 ar 9 badraam. baaamant, na 
So^4n9**^ JM^taad Itrak 


lOOKE. 4 EE0R00M9. RUMFUl 
roam, aaaiiancaa. awndaefc. wall ta 
' ^traufhavt, I acra. 940. 


tf-iMr* 


SIDNEY WATIRFf^T, 1 IRp 
roam lartf hauaa. 0(9 a«r manm. 
Muft Nava rattran^ Far hdar 
maWan ahana 11 ( 007 


FOR RINT t EEO 


. J tEOROORL full 

aaaanwnt, Ihtwniaan dMrKf claaa 
^ ' !yt4^ achoM and arana. 


awa. 


xjs.:sf 


la acHaaia and W dewdA 




1499 

isrsu' 


badraonth ««N*wall 


t^tOtbOOM NOME. 499 00 

Oc^MFcr h wmadliiotv. FtO 1 


X. 


HOUM FpO_ RENT, 


MiiL tAV - tAMMifSir 

crJJTSaar'oSSK.'* 


4 qi I •iDiieaM''i^M 

rtM. 1 httWim. fvit 

» tdmit k 4 aSfttrit, 

a.w. H 4 f .m . nBi h S ivt _ 

I tEOROj^^NjutE, tOI. 






LL HOgiO. t 


ISLAND RESIOENCB 
'ribuna Eay. Fully, com- jt-vtt 
M atMv fumSt^ far rant. Rata 4>*«*t*« Wry 
n adattabta, iTsS o-OU_ 

NEW furnTshio noose' 

Fandar Island. 075. Rtttrad caw 

ala n2-4i7-9an. hr. Kmma. 


MADRA-McKENZIE OFFICI 
Tom SB. ft. around. CarMt. < 
tort. N^ aaaoa ~ adll finl 
ault. Acraa e# aarkina. 

JAM£*S iAY-^HERITAGE 

" .nStci!: 

I. 

I. ifmitad accBM tor laroa varik 
. 0.79 SB. ft. Inctwdaa avBrv- 

Naarlwica. 179B ar 990 bb. ft. 
STAOACpNA CENTRE 


MORTOAfiK LOANS 
diid INSURANCE 


I A Bualtty 


"Franch RaMawrant * 
outstandina ' 


dawntawn jacatlea outstandina 
rtpaai iratne. aaaiiv manaoad 
with M^i alfft. Earn OAM par 




jAimOOM 
manm. tSSid 


WATERFRONT, 
all meidha. t40 


FURNISHED CARINS FOR RENT 


MORTGAGE 
LOANS 
TO $25,000 

YOUR HOICT IS <XX» 
FOR MOR£ THIS FAU. 
CASH IN OK THS IN¬ 
CREASE) VALUE OF 
YOUR HOME — Wmi A 
BENEFICIAL HOMEOWN¬ 
ER LOAN 


with M^i •tfft. Ea 
month for S Myt w 
Plus rapilxa a 9% 

Mvaaimant at tfSAO. 

2 "Ratail Food and Raiatad Frad- 


ucts“ 

cation wtm 
daft, could at a 
wfM taam. Wgni 


B5. 


ratum an 


rauraaft 'o4Sl 
attii obtaia a 


LEA$E*t^O SERVICE 
STATIQN 

Euaiaat corntr In FarksvtUa — S 
bars. 2 tas laianda. in? nat ratum 
«Br into S ttfuraa — txeaiiant buy 
at S4SJQ0 which inciudaa siiJN In 
OBuipmant and Rituraa. 

I acra cammarciat ttta 9 nHita 
tram Farktvliit Cantra. Fmaarty 
hat cammarciat eraval dapoalts., 
ExcMiwit buy at SIM.OQB. Vandpr | Aftri 
may carry A-S la oualltiad aur -1 2 


141 RC\'E.>X*E PmOPEim' 1944 RCVP.NUA PBOPRRT)* 1947 


10 Suites i 

Oldar black In ancallant condition. 


na vacancy 


svr*' 
Warehouse 

«rw sts* ■ 


t araa. M 
iM PjK 


M SUITES 
Sl.ltOOO 

Na vacincict. madam Mack, i 
- Call: 


WESTMONT 

I REAiJY 'S? 3M-4494 

22SurrES 

Me da r n 22 aulta aaartmant locatad 
In an up Itiand Csmmunity with 
ta^. J 


turn and pH^'SNOAM. 
IMS. Far fytihar kitormatlen 
Ma- 44 ^ JOHN RUNYAN ^ 
9(M& RICL ttDHU 


W call: 
9(19.7777 
4774212 


CEDRIC STiELE RLTY. LTD. 


DUPLEX 

$59,900 


SXS DUPLEX 
Laeatad in Buiat arta claaa to 
Kheeis and anaaalna. Mato fioer 
cona^ at 2 bdrm. tuito each aida 
and mart U a 2 bdrm, mN can- 
toinad to-iaw-aulft to Wound tovai 
Raducad 

orka M STS.WO Inctodta BH apcU- 
ancaa MLS 

MMito RH.L SIOHu m.ewt 
3N-4494 JOHN RUNYAl 


Sfe7,HS!IR£,i85 S«,*U. ST* * 


Li' 


ED ROOM FURNI4HC0 


ROf'SES WANTED 
TO RENT 


WANTSO TO 
tion to bt 

Rrtpiaca. rac__ .. _ 

with aaaamWttoB Same aaduaton. 
F a IrftfM-RaekM^MsOak 

Ort fVer"-** —- 


(xcattont 

47GW4I 


U 


RETIREO CARPENTER AND 
wlta and amall doa wtah to rant 
with aptton to buy 2 badraam. dln- 
'"t. IWh. tt r aa n ea. baaamant. 
U0449»lmanfhlv. 9M«v Cat¬ 
lap 112497-4171 


MARRIED COUPLE. NO CMIL- 
"— -- pata, wtoh to rant t to 9 
^ > tor Oct. lat. If aaa- 

Rraaiac a . ua to 1399. 


baWaam tiauaa 
tibia w-w and f 
47a27r. 


PROFESSIONAL WOMAN WITH t 
■mall daot raaulraa 2-badraem 
norna tor Mayftwbar lat. Ratar- 

-anfta.***^ 


RESFONfIRLE STUDENT tlEIU 
■mall Runtatow ar caMn. S 
raaaira In axchanpo tor raducad 
rant._anv locatton. Ftoaaa can 
2U4S7A 


PROFESSIONAL GARDENER 
and canytont handyman aaaks 
iwuaa with oarata. Sarvkai ran- 
darad tor raducad rant. Rator- 


MiSil WAREHOUSE — tram SMS 

SHOWROOM. RETAIL — 

SITS Ma. 

Avattabto awn t hty ar an 
PaAsmT Ana. aarvlM. at 
■vaiiabto. 

wtth hiaa tratllc count. Modo^ 
ratos. 

R. 0. LAW 



vouinja 

m wwc nm if T 

1731 COOK ET. lER-7)34 
YOUR PLACE MANAGEMENT 

1 Now AvaiiaMa — M^kai af- 
tka •vou tram Rayai JuMtoa. 
Attarttlan at aur ureund ftoor 
madkal maoa haa craitad a 
mada m 97S aa- ft. afttca with a 
arlvata antranca and aton, 
Good parklnf, an bus rawtolftM 
naxt to maealna cantra. USB.W 
Bar manihtoaaa Oneiiidw h ' 

Laa Avanua 

Lrm 

iJ'JSSUS: 

I. claaa ti ‘ ~ 
twat and 

ira Fandwa Avw 


bulldi^ 

Location — W 


BUY THE BIG lUINGS 

YOU want to buy 

TODAY 
NO B ROKER AGE FEE — 
OOMPETTIIVE RATES 
URBAN AND HimAL PRO¬ 
PERTIES 
TELEPHONE MR. R. 
NEaSON 
AT3S3«8l 

BOMEFICIAL 
REALTY LTD. 
727 Johnson Street, 
Victoria 

"MORTGAGE 

NEEDS 

Law Coat RaaMantlal and Cam* 
mardai mortfatt ttoanelna pvall- 
■bla. M yau have triad to obtam a 
canvantianai martfatt and ware 
twnad dawn dua to cradit prab- 
toma. or net anaufh aovlly to yaur 
aroaarty wa may ba abto to htla. 
CauHaov brakara 

CLIFF JOHNSON 
382-8215 

FlrO Victofto Financial Car*. 


3 ••Candy Franetdaa" — Thia baai -1 
naas can ba run by a full or aart 
tkna awnar. A S4MI9 tovaat-, 
mant can rtturn to axcata af 
999490 a vaar. 

4 WANTED » A tuu ar part tWna 
awnar te mpnaoa thia whole tan 
tranutadvrint camaany, wBtl 
tratoad ttatf and aatabiiihad ac-: 
caunta make far an aaalty run 
co mpany. Total prka includitM 
Inventory (47319. 


Thrivtoa retail bualnaaa catorina to 
animal tovars. Great location to 
the heart at ^kavHla. 112499 
piua ttock, aarna a bead Itvina. 


S Ouaitty Enattah 
Stop rlpht hL a 
catl^ 


Rtttaurant — 
taka avar. ax- 
tat. aaod tellawina. 

-- In thia aatawl a hmant 

wiH ai^ a wrm at arM and 
food ratuma.Fvil prin 9fi409. 


WMI ta- 


4 •'Ladles Wear" -> 
tabtiaftad dawniaw 
stora soaetoiiilrM i 
tasManai (4S40R, at 

at, CM and yaw can taka a^ 
tnk ftna aparaftw. 

FOR DETAILS ON THESE 
AND OTHER BUSINESS 
OPPORTUNITIES CALL: 

STAN POLLARD 

38A«tt4 38««L-) 


'EARlON^OHNSTONe AND 
! ASSOC. LTD., tm a». Mnwin. 

LC/^II »«- nU(KW. 7».T71t >. 

Busmiss AND HOnCE 

: Cuato m ars coma t ayou. All iha 
, bua l nam you can hai^ riant 
' aut at yaur awn homa. Oawata 
, tnit wMi attaaH a had aoina can- 
cam uDhatatory bm to aaa aut at 

tnit •Rcaiiant 9 badraam 4 vr.: yau hava 9 untinlatiad ftoart raaey 

“•* -- tor davateamant. 2 badraama an 

aach «idt with bakaniaa and vai- 
i«v vlawi. .49 at an acra of tatto- 
Liva-to ewnara ha^ built and will 
conal^ trades. Vtowina anytime. 
MLS 9^ 

*5-7791 ■ 


99>; 

SIDE-BY-SIDF 

NkIIt.. brtfM tn* WIWWNj ® 
badrn^, prwa tyii baaamant[ JAMES BAY 

Claaa to 4 
— Pg^l Park. Roth 
a. cioaa la wm ano mm 000 ^ mi« . 


acaan and Raacan Hill 

_ li buildinas tomticai wttn 

K| aaod mil at suites — axcapt ana 
ku 'arL^>a”«Ar~ tb* b thraa badroem unH — ter 

to iBMi ■'Lm Ifiafto rMiL b**'*'^ ^ bulMlna to absoJwtt 

IhiS'' ii^tuxT^ and rant ana, jondjtlon th# ether naadt 
’*5.772) KENT MACLEOD 9(5-42791*^''^ t.L.C. No vanacv araMm 
GARDNER REA|5 ylT0^ '’^^ FURTHER INFORMA- 

ftAHuntn ntauiT Liu._ I CALL: . RICK _ KINNIS, 


_ ue. Cm 

rei^ Owner 
prW to 


SxS DUPLEX 
$59,900 
GREAT 
POTENTIAL 


I hausa. M4i. 

TEDHOBBS 

394-94N (94 Km.) 

CERTIFY 21 tobatorn Hamaa 
10* Ctayardato Ava. 


LOCAL 

ODA^MERCIAL 
FORESIGHT 
RBC?UIR'BD 

Camar aracanr store, land, bual- 
noM. and saul^snt. Araa ot new 
conetructlarL Try yaur after an 
tTf.foe. Call ma pnyttma. 

4*4141 JACK ImES 449-5100 

THE FeUMbN ENT_ 

BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY 
Chaasa and datkatosaan buatoau 
tocatod to a wan aatobil ah ad umo- 
pint centra (aoputar rastdantiei 
area), ideal eopartunWy to be c ome 
•eH-amaiavad and incraaae yecr 
IneanH. Asklno 911.990. Far dttelM 
call 

CHARUES ARNOLD 9S2-4^54 

STAN TRONT 477-ll3« 

HENDERSON REALTY LTD, 

sis-t 

WNfTl'Srt.SWr'KS INVtlTiaATlOW AN D .tCC Ukl 


HOTEL 

Oouflaa St. tocatton. statomam 
evaiiabta tor aarioua buvar. Rulid- 
tog la all cancrato and cauW aaaUy 
bd chanaad Ma afttca spaca 
vacant let incl. m prka eauid ba 

OR 

DOWNTOWN 

LOT 


CLIP 

ARM 


ER REALTY 


E)5an wiluamsT'leo pioERt 
! a^nM494 anytima. 

^f6uR'2-BR SUITES ~ 
Excanttonai appartwntty Rwllt in 
Itob as a ABuIttf. Tramandows 
jXMi^ near jubiiat Hasoftai and 
Ray Ava- Well cared tw to- 
^ and out. Can new to d^uu 
tMs InterasHne inva a tmant oaoer- 
tunlty Asking S11f.009. RARRARA 
LflRENAIL 479499*. ar Revel 
Trust. 914^1. 

4.surrER 

•ultt to 199* wtth tour I badroem 
suftaa. Vary wall maintalnad in a 
aaod ctntral tocatton. Lab your 
ntenay work tor you by owning 
this Hne prapartv. Asking SiatjbC 
MLS. RARB LIERENAU. 4794999. 
or Royal Trust. 99«409l. 


I. HtOHLANOS 4>FLEX Frasantly 
a dubtox plus 2 in-iaw suites, the 
tocatton. 1 oetontiat 2 in-iaw suftai. the 
alto, praaarty n bar sWa. Muatod 
Ion a hM 1-9 acre tot n attars rus¬ 
tic sachMlon plus In^ 


at 9 par oaht . 
O^lis avanal^ 
HERR McDANNOL.0 
99^9W RUS. RES. ~ 

the FERMANBNT 


ancaa. 994-9954 


FROFeBRtONAL COUPLE NEED 
larpt hauaa with gaod baaamant 
and daubto gariaa or autRuKdint. 


PHYSKIAN. 
daalr n to wda 

“srin^a 


hauaa. 


OUltT. . 


VfORKINO COUPLE 
ar 9 b adraa m 
to auttytoa « 

SNS after 4 a.m. 


hMM 

Hal^. 


DtSPfRATEI WORKING OOO- 
ala with Milfd naad 2 ar 9 badrooi n 
noM dP duf^ raaaenabla rant. 
Octobar isTlglaT, iRslSo. 


FROFESSIONAL COUPLE NEED 
a 1 ar Stoadram oottapa with ap 
OR itavb. wir 1 


OLDER 


COUPLE WILLING TO 


WANTED TO RENT 1 RZDROOM 
' to ar dualax. with a^lancaa 
taraaa. Phant 9944191 


FOR WORK- 
Wtfhto II 


TfO TO RENT; 9 RED- 
Worth 


RELIABLE COUPLE AND CHILD 
naai 1 badraam hausa P sn^ 
Raasanawa rant. *9-9991. 


tU RALLB. WAREHOUSES 
•TOUS AND OmCKS 
TO RENT 



PROPERTIES LTD 


WE SPECIALIZE 
IN LEASING 

EXCELLENT TIME 
TO LEASE 
GOOD SPACE 
JfY*Sf Stfl!? 

Ip RETAIL L< 

. JlwiRS TO ' 

OUtiTlONt, CAi 

Wf FORT IT. — Prlnm trtoln 

CEDAR MILL MALL ~ Llmftad 

..r-wW'jA.f ■' 


. TI0N9. FOR 
. YOUR LEASING 
CALL US. 


srai sacrttariai and 
pnotocepylna aarvkaa avaiL 

t^atton ~ ITS Caak Straat 
CALL I9I-7S4 


1st ANDInd 
1A3RTGACE LOANS 
90OKE ~ GULF ISLANOt 
SHARRtlGAN •> MNCAN 
UF-ISUUtO — MAINLAND 

Wa maciaiiM to Land and 
Land Dawatodmant Mertaaaaa 

Exiatint Martossss Reught 
Call Mr. I 


A Great Business 
Locotion 



MONEY SISSS MONEY 


N3ifT^|[^SSlTto. 

MORTGAGES 


Prime Office 
Space Available 
Now! 




[OWN A SONS LTD. 


wJTiJiWiVifiiatk 

“414S4 -K.-. 


» Y and RuNd wtwt you want v 
n awnar m aartnarshtp and 
bvHtf togathar. 

OR 

FOR SALE OR 
FOR LEASE 

L«rM cNk* — ntaH w„NiouM 

,MC avtltk,, ON OmIm St. 

raw M. iTlijn _ lmuw*. 
'S-. "4 " “Yf *• 

liTtit mu. ^ mora Maarmalkm 

a'&Jiray 

rL^** N .bpty taw of the aesstbifttv 
tor InvB ^ ianl a ~ Let ma know 

'Tl MflftY PROPER TIE S LTD. 

WATERFRONT 
RESTAURANT 
MfSTTaaie'SKaS 
HEALTH TOOD 
STORE 

A real manay maker, goad toaaa. 

JIM PARi^Harna 4424119 
^.^Pagw 99iW>49S 
PEMRERTON. HOLMES LTD. 
to99 Gauar n mant Straat, 
S944IS4 


5-1741 


Coll 388-5365 

SMITH DOBSON ESTf^ 

BLIAIL MAT J« 

.'3T!iS31S:LjrgSS&:'"' 

davld DuJT ltd. 

MEDICAL OFFICE 

tIOS Fandara Av«.-47i aa. ft. 8 
aartfttonod Rtodkai Oftka jpaca 
laettod In Jha Madkal Art# fulld- 
ing. Immadlgto pommim. 

m MORTOAOES 

FOR SALE 

IKIWFCTHDC 


DOWNTOWN OFFICES 
A chatca af afftes saaea from M 
SB. R. ug to Sm so. ft. avallaSa 
to vtow In modern alr-oandNtonad 
bulldina espoeito city parkada. At- 
tactiva low ratos. 

MOROUAItgJJWERTIEI 


BRENTWOOD 
VILIAGE SQUARE 

SB. ft. ff retsH oammarctoi 

_I svaHabis Sapt. IsT Suparier 

meamng eameiax to haart of 

fsgvaSr* 


LANGFORD 

2999 aauare faet. IT oalil^ 
■pact, sxcailant satos and aarvka 
12x14' doer, 2 ttoers of ofHca 
tocatton on Goid s traam Ava., 

11999 p ar mo nth. 5i2-K*5._ 

A CHOICE 6F|^gOWHTOWH OF- 
Te Rant at Riasonabis Ratoa 

'*Flf^ERTON HOLMES LTD. 
FROFERTY management 


mSit j!SS!iitiT3.« to 

ssUtf’i-^toj'cs „ 

martgapaa aftar maximum yitid, 
^imum aaewrftv and tocatton. 
ftoaaa da pnona ferhjrtnar da- 
isiia. 

Rae Investments 
Ltd. 

Derek Green 

_ m-Twi, WW. 47«.i.;i 


CRUMPETS 
and TEA? 

S’sC-oS-fei: 

Guaat Homa uaa nawi Why rwt 


tv basiwasi leei ia n Svatama Inc. 
Is now accaa t lno aap i cattona tor 
franchtoad aearators In tna VkSa- 
ria area. FrtHeua aimariano a In 
this fi^ to not nacaaaary arto a 
full framing cauraa to araaantod. 
National contracts and a ready 


eyarantaatog immadisto 
Per fwbhar to9ormatien t 
torts Prsaa Rex 142. 


write Vk- 


Traotor BuRinets S73.000 
Thriving » year old Tractor sar- 
vice with werkabto contracts 
Gresasa aaerax. 199490 vaar. »«et» 
aaprax. 114.509 ctoar. Prka m- 
dudas 140400 at equipment for 
tost than reaia c ament coat. Call 
David Mee to 47I-4494 ar Cantury 
21, Suburban Raatty 0979) Ltd. 
479411 1_ 

PIZZA PARLOUR 
Growing business with groat paton 
tisi. Oaed toaaa untn July 1991 ir 
out af town ptoxa. nn ba a raai 
menay maker. Flguraa avbllabto. 
Contact: 

DEREK WICK 

9H-M2 

Ravbl Trvat 


28 SUITES 
$100,000 DOWN 

Ahodarn Cancrato Black Conat. 

Central 

5#P. 2 -.. ... - . 

Approx, ana Kra land, groaa toe. 

(42,599 p.1 ist mortgage approx, i Ik sadvslon eiue ln<»ma. Offers 
m6409 at 4to aar cent. Otters to ^ijad cm asking p^ (125400. 

ewtotoS..ttotoi.._..^Ktoj WII |D« JW*. 

’Wa 74 | badraams each stoa it praaamiy 
luiiy rantad far total qt (790 oar 
' mantn. Rdn tenants vnii stay on 
lor ana sida will elva Inw^toto 

JAMES BAY 

TAX Belter 

TMa attraettva (trata-TiHa Cam -1 2945 CAORORID BAY RO. 

pitx canalsts af ftmae 2 RR town- -— _ ^ , , _ . - 

Si-a SIDE X side 

ocean. Alwaya fully rantod and; EKO CfVI 

budiftoa for ig% CCA wr>tootf ^OV.yUU 

. ?N-!f(*,^at.) ftoor and aortlaliy dovataead basa- 
0. F. Hantov A Assoc. LM. t marts mat could bo extra btd- 
•; raema. Hving area ar suites. Strata 
I miing Is also a eeaalWHtv. 7$x)00 
I tob with carports, extra aarktog 
> and viaws. MLS. Call ma nawi 
I GLENN NICHOLLS 

ivtth 999-5144 999-7499 

Bwaaping views tram (i^ sun-, T. L. Mann 1 Asaoctotaa Ltd. 
docks of mis attractivt duplex. On 
torse 731C239' tot — Juat mlnutta to, 
town, 2 stone tirablacaa — 3, 
bdrm't on# aide — Y atolr. Pull 
htoh baaamant. Value# like tNs' 
tall tM ~ aa caH feMv. Aakint, 

StLSOO. Ta View ^ll MAR 


COMMMKIAL OB 
INDU8TMAL 
PXOPEXTIEU 


malahat 
realty Its. 
PO. aww 
Maaw. ac. 

T« t M i l 


Heavy Industrial- 
Zoned Acreage 

Good tocatton on bualnaaa montage 
road batwaan Duncan and NanaL 
ma. Over 2 acrae aubdividabto. 
ctoarad land with nvunklpal water. 
Rurregndlns dtmtoamama Inciuda 
nbanufactur^, cabinat nvaktoa. 
roefine buainaas. ate. Ftnanewg 
avaiiabto to oualltiad purenasar 
Prtcad rignt at |IS9499 tor ina 
aarcal or (l.SS ear aq. ft. 

Duncon Area 

Located near corner of T.C. Hwy. 
and the New L^ Caw. Hwy. 
north of Duncan. Preaant lo ntna la 
Comprahansiva pavetop. 4.59 acres 


Attractive 
Family Business 
Neor Duncon 

Grecary store, gaa sales and auto 
repair and living a cce mmedat to n 
in area ot steady growth Susinoai 
shows aaod annual incraaeas in 
crofits end there is excellent aa- 
tentiai tor further irteraasas. Post 
^ incJwdad. 
Mk>ng (95.099. Pius stack at veto- 
etton. 

Far turther details an any at 

abeyt eontact 

Lisa Madigan. 744-4949 

Fat Dougan. 749-4544 

Tern Rurdg4. 7454799 

KI-ATING X RD. 

<>8.soo 9Q. rr. 

WAREHOUSE SITE 
$178,000 

(tiO Mr 49 . ft. far CHOICE 
sTte with tarrltk 


VALLEY VIEWS! 
SXS DUPLEX 

okturaaaua 


"RAKERS" 

ISLAND BAKERY, MOSTLY 
vmoto g ito. Going ognegm, idaai hw 
famliv ar partnars. A real produc- 
art intarpBiad party's tend addraga 
and phene number to Victoria 
Prase Rex 199. 


479-14* Brian Brawn 479-1447 
J. H. WHPtoma R Cd. Ltd. 


) and atraantontg. it you have • 


mprtaage or an apraamant or 

ffi'Lsa iia^'sri.rKW 

w C449I. ptooM phono Iv. irk 
C^man. CHARMAN PA¬ 

CIFIC rTalty LTI^^ ^ 


Rroughton Straat (ai 
ton-4>arkada). 


OFFICE SPACE 

Appraxlmatatv 

I, am c^ltlatv 


lA ■q!*n. ewkiu. . 
ino. fiactric naot. on aua <■» 
buiv IntoriMtlafi. client and . 
sonnal ^^lOng. 9li7l4i S. Smi 
ar M. Tt n nam. 

923 


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SISHw 


MTON 




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MOURE fufgn friiy^Su "*^**^^***^^**^ 
WBRTCOAET MVINGI - Has 

Wi.^diMlav. As law gg iT.if ggr 

)FFICE ntxt to 
— gxcalignt tor 

fSSuiC 

Daetorg 

1 *^ 

gf mi 


99. ft. 


to. pt. of off 

Hydr a,Mdi ng » 
igrs, dgntigts. 

1. jM'|ijnyrlnR.„dri 


JUEILEI HORFITAJ 

Is ' 


RETAIL ITORE an 
Ihg eimrg gf g 


|9b^sh^j|(^^,.li/,fugittv bwilG 

CoH 



GOOOFARKING 
Retail etorg, af ft aag ar wgranguge. 

SffNB'oOS 


1 ONLY <^ICE LEFT. CARPET- 
gd. ggtvtTfui, factog Yal^ aagaalto 




m 10 , 


.^7._ WARBMOUli 
4774444. 


sa. ft., straat lavai, 

tall at^ ar- 

age Mndaw. 
Immedlftoty. 


DOWN 
- Jv SM 
»IB (ar ro¬ 
ar warahauaa. full tram- 

rs^i^issSa^ 


(T, 

ijmi' 
jHal 


HilL IN PAIRPfELO 

tv to Fridti ‘ 


aaf^manth-, Alaa ^ 


Pffmgnant day*. In 
nso aar manm. , 
Rineo. (31 aar ntg 
Saturday. 3R449RI. 


AVAILABL£ NOW 
Oftka Butto aggrax. 7|9 gg. ft. in 
madicsi dantgi 
bulkFng tSs.N par month. Hto 
irakaraga Ltd. 3R19R47. 


RCTAIL OR OFFICaC 

Ground ftoar cammarclal taaca to 


BURNSIDE. 1900 SO. 
... n. offtea and ators 
madarn cancrato bulWIng. 
aarktog. r*R mgnihiv 


DOCtCRR 

1999 Pori St. In alf i^kat-Dantai 
l^ing. Ideal (ar GP. Adtocant to 


719 


9141 NAPIER I^NB 
J ft. mpnuufacturlng 

t^laasa.'IslStfpr^ifilW. 

'A I 


hausa. ' 


»,T. 


. RENT, mt 
ISA till ear 

call 


APPROXIMATELY 1999 lOUARE 




JUI'LII AIIIA. WMIMOUII 








OOWWTOWW f6rT“it., small 
H u«^l^9f9 ineiu^ IIRM M 


. .. 1ST MORT- 
ivaFmant at only 31% ot 
Two year term. IntoraF 
onthty by gest-datad che- 
AInlmgm amauntt 019300. 
.ago call Mr. Dau^ Hawkgo 
St Deuces Hswf - 

snardOt.. 314.; 

477-9044). 


vsioa. 

' paid monthly 
.. MlnImu 


Buee. 


amauntt OK 
Dau^ HF 
•a Lto.. 999 I 


7129 (F 


hours 


m WANTED TO BORItOW 

990300 FIRST MORTGjkGE AT 
19'iit par cant, terms ttoxibie. 
undsr 70 par cant at vatoa. Oak 
•g^^atartroni. waH aacurad. 

FIRST OH m ACRES. 

ft!! 8 r.,*r.:., 1 Sir‘ 9 ltuf. 

^aaa Rax 142. 


to Say ten. gporaiM at t79390. 


RUSINEM 

OPFOBTUNmW 


TMt 

•HISTORY 

MAKam* 


WMTIOMR 

SHAWNIGAN 


DOGKENNO^ 


Opportunity 

Knocks 

4 Acraa Cantrat Saanich. 90300 ag. 
ft. Graanhousaa automated an hma 
cycle. Madam sMit toval Kama. 
Potamiai area# |{m 309. Auto mar¬ 
ket product! Full vaara eonauttant 
haia. A etoai at only Iifs309. 

RRUCC BATEMAN 
4774141 *4-2927 

.THE FERMANENT 


WATERFRONT ' 
Mora. 

19 untta and 3-badraem homo 
an 190 ftet af wttorfrani an 
the Saanich PoMniwla facing 
Jamaa laland. This m^ 

--—ratum aa owner 

IV return tuasts. 

^ . goad Itta an thp 

water. Aaktog 1190300. Datalto 
by calling: 


EX-CHURCH 

{R 93 

ftouga I 
,3 ac re 

. 

mm-nst 


2309 S! ft. plus I _ 

mant. Ratf-cantalnad wtth toL 

« kitcnan and badraam. 

iaant uae i# gn krt^Hsrv. 
piiM af tmjaa Wk^M mm. 
rats l-Rr 

month. 9.3 acra total 

"c*E*Ci.iir% ■■■ 

aniv PNi 


Coffee Shop & Deli 

^caitont dawntawn area. Over 
209309 graaa. Good taasa. informa- 
^ to gugiittodaragaaetiva aur- 

THE ZIEGLERS 
592-1768 384-8075 
PAGER 310 

laaogrtv PragsrRgs Ltd. 999-1191. 


^KE 129 PER HOUR IN THE 
indNftrlal Ctopning Eusinaas. I am 
laillM the moat wa to dato iviHam 
an the market. Sola todudas: 
Mamniv oontracto, piua amcaii 
eantracto. '44 1-tpn with cuatam 
pym bnf m gallon water 

fgnk. Vgrtoua ctoanlnt chamkals 
indudad. C^ltto rrwbiti unit 
neuaee. 


traitor! 


much mare. Inguka after 4 , 
9 ar 47^1132. 



'Y gnattod. 13 acre! 
. gvb. dtotng roam, 
ghgg. owners MH atui 
rxei m tW woorv Irgyplian. 
Vary llfttg c b mgfgtlgn. Rggm 
tor gaggnaton at cdttoffM gr 
igrgM pvR, Now Ig tng la 

iSilil.S*®'™ 

MC^ILXHOMCPABK 

S sitai In wa H dgsianad aark 
bggvttfui surrautidtogi Ato 


OWNER ANXIOUS TO SELL HA- 
hangr trgnchiggd gtgctrgnW rgfgli 
and music ingtrumant start. RugL 

#aRsj«s 

INDUITIlr 



iKisrsi 

8S!WSW4,.m:' 


"5“' 

mtoii „ 


FRIVATl” 


PRIVATE - GROCERY STME 


SMALL II 

ngsa Imp mi 

rxviri 


IMG RUtl. 


SMM4. SECURITY PATROL 

firm, incorgargtod, 9$b Vbars aid. 
would Hka partnar «dth email capi¬ 
tal or paraen Intera a tad to taking 
ever ownarahip at camaany. Can 
ba ttoancad. P.O. Rex 19B2. Main 
Poet Oftka, Victoria. R.C. 


iNp Rl. . _ . 

nity at Mill Bay. 2-<ar budtoaaa tor 
aala ar manaatmani arringamant 
tvtiiabto. Oaaartunlty to expand 
tote other reletad andaavor! 
Phono 74S-3I9S. 


GUERITE GIST 47HI35 ar 

cast le^roper TTes. 

4-SUTfE‘S“ 
$47,500 

“■ ■mg hapttog - 
tnortor aomt w 

r. TTo- 

7791. 3l$-34ai. 

SwtntrSon Stmvart Clark Ltd. 

_ r ealty world 

tSORGE AREA 
Lavalv WON maintained 4 tuitsr 
ill extra large 1 badraam svtas 2 
ua. 2 an mgto plus lerigs pttlc ar^ 
bssomant. Fuliv landscaped park 
Ing tor 9 care. Owner occimlad. 
PrkjM to San Mickly jt 979399 
FREDDY STAR KE 479 -3RI4. 
FAIRFIELD 

9 suitor, (194,900. FREDDY 
STARKE 0^ 479-3944. CAV 

TLE PROMRTIES. 


52 UNITS 
TOWNHOUSE 
apartment 


0^* 


OTY LOCATION 
M.2 ZONING 
7.300 SQ. FT. 

$66,500 

Sttutted on Dunadto tt. batwaa n 
Douglas and Sums! Last remato- 
kw AA3 lenad site with axtsttog 
doar homa rental. S4'xl3S'. Otn 

CU-ENSHIRK INDUSTRIAL 
PARK 

(U LOTS. 1 SOLD) 

Shop and Corhpgrc 

Zoned: Heavy InduRtria) 
Locdtion: on 7 mile drcle, 
VlctorlR West on buoy Sooka 
Rd. 

Serviced Loti ready to 
build 

FROM: $33,000 

Dick StroU 

m-0450 477-1841 

Block Broa. Realty Ltd.* 


VCRY PROFITARLK CAR WASH 

tar iOia. Strlctty cmX - na tovan- 
torv. An idaai sHuatlen ter an ae-l2S^'*' 
tlva owner. Allan Kton^n ' 

C Raatty 3RI 7274 ar 
»OSY DOWNTOWN Hf *LTH iw'l . , 
tood .NY. lor MW. coll oHor t 
».m., 3HdM«. 


TRIPLEX 

$59,900 


ranevatod Fwracter 
lot straat cteaa to 
sulfa 
Iraptics. 


f- 

. . . luxury ttaertog, m. 

madam kttchan and bathroom. 
fOead rantai incama. Far details 


Moattv twe-badream aoartmtnts In' 
eerdan court typo trpod setting. 
Convanignt Saankn Ipcgtlan Fully 
rented. NatRng over 9100390 an¬ 
nually. Atsa dvallbbto land and 
ptana for addlHml 19 units. Ask- 
(13193% Far hrihfr Intorms- 
tlon CPtlTLEO PlGlRT pr EVAN 
WILLIAMS at 199.^ pnvHma. 
WESTMONT REALTY (>97n LTD. 

NEW exclusive" 
4-PLEX 

(79309. Ctopn. radscarttad. sturby 
etoar homo, c anyerta d to n>aka 
ever (999 par month. Saparsle an- 
trtoa and maters. DaK/x# main 
suiia with charKiar and canva- 
nianca. Arrsngt to view it today- 
AUDREY MONT 

395-7721 599-7999 

GA RDNBRJIE^TY L TD. 

OLDER RENTAL 
COMPLEX 

Thli tow vacancy 11 auito building 
offers a handia^ vaarly ratum. 
It you era loakInQ tor erlma proa- 
arty aa an mvaatmant this is a 
muF to aat at 197,909. MLS 8129. 
Hr!l. 

CENTURY 21 WESTERN 
HOMES 

19)7 Cievardala Ava. 

394->SN (24 Hra.) 


DOWNTOWN 
VICTORIA 
RETAIL 
OFFICE BLOG. 

This very ettrecHve camptex hpe 
bean completely rebutft to todeya 
bylaws and stowdarda. Fully 
laaaad (5 yra. plus I). Grasaing 
over (175390 annueiiy lew ovar- 
haad. Adlatolng lot with plana (ar 
tiniahad) ter addfttenai 133QQ ag. 
ft. at oftka bldg, aise avgKabto- 
Asklna (l.ns.000. For turthar (rw 
ternHiftan call: LEO FiGfRT ar 
EVAN WILLIAMS at 399-44S4 any- 
tlma. 

PMSTMONT realty (1977) LTD. 



BCAIM-XII OPPOB- 
TUNITIER WANTED 


,_ AND CHIEF 

[n mld-torttoa wtohsa to 
.nd bacama ■aw ci ifad 
wtth madlum-alta ggngral contract¬ 
ing campgny In VIcigrIg. wtth tng 
vltw to Dbtatoing ggrt or full gwn- 
grahig at camaany wfttibi tsm ar 
thraa years. Fam'llar with att 
phgaag of cammoretol. toduptrlal, 
tofth^lOMl and dpTgw b Jtt con- 


WANTED; SMALL 
wtth eetantlai. Piaaaa 
na Fraie Rax 14$. 


BUSINESS 
rggty Vkto- 


S44 RE\'ENl'C PROPERTY 


aWINBNTON'4 



REALmMORUr 

rAIRFIELD 
1060 SOUTHGATE 
tffi.M0 

stetoly ravanua Mpdikar situated 

vvi i coNWfu. 

suite, tnf t fully fvmisnad H.K. 
reams. Excaltont canditlan toaldt 
and out. Exclusive 
399-3491 ED JUF> 192-1919 

JAMEB BAY 
114 ONTARIO ffT. 

Fiva suites, fully turnisnad, in ax- 
cpHant repair, ibawlng a Mod n- 
turn — tow vacancy r^. TxCLIJ- 
J^^Raducp^tojI^ ■ 991-1919 
Sw tna rto n Stow a n Cl ar k Lid. 

■ 9 SUITES 

7 1-RR and 2-RR auitoa In a 
quiet rgstesrittgl araa of Etwl- 
mgii ctoM to the Nadgn D! 
ticar's Club. OaM ratum. Idagl 
tor liv^n owner. Aaking 

18 SUITES 

Thia aidar camatototy uadatad 
iRswIto black Is tKOfad in the 
Caek-Ray araa and can ba aur- 
chaaad m a sm^lMim gay- 
mant aa awnar it grgpargd to 
carry an Agrggmant tar Sato 
of II 99 .M) at I94<to, Ageing 

P. R. RRDt^ EMNI 


OFFICE BUILDINGS 
buiidingi ter sale. All Govt 
AUnlmgi mgnagantoni rg- 
1 to S yggri Ail ngt 
_ 1 vacant with gxcaitont 


FAIRFIELD BEACH 
BEAOSN HILL PARK 
3 .NTOREY HOME 

Juat ttogg tg the baach and laa- 
tharg walka, and acragg tM raad 
tram Raacan Hill Fark, an tmt^- 
vlato ham# at eharaaar. gftgrTng 
an owners svtto eanaitotrnf at largg 
Nving rggm, dMnf rggm, dan. 
(atM kltchsn, 2 baWaams. with 4 
taad incgma darlviid tram 4 fvtit 
il-cantalned hgutpCgaamg regeta. 

' auttaa ar# immacuigto Full 
torn wtth addittonal 
and gxcgpttongi 

LW. 

BY OWNER; STRATA flTLElKlk 


S 

rggn 

Invet - 

Srlflp* UtWiKtri 

tU> NMN 

wiT 

BUM. I NMNum: 3 MUmnh'.') 


MN OIIEia 
9M-1MS 
LM. MMIW 


OLDER 
CHARACTE 
FIVE SUITER 

Nice tocatton doat to Raacan Hill 
Ferk. One 2 badraam and tour I 
badraam. alf auftoa nka and clean 
Mto coav Askino (1M.900. REN 
miG, 3IG4144 w 999-894. CAS¬ 
TLE FROFERT>ES. 


MODERN DUPLEX $81,900 

Duplex wtth 1 • 3 bdrm suite. 
New wall to wall In 3 bdrm 
suite. Two bdrm svtto ranted 
for (28 aer mo. Largo yard, 
ample parking. Duelai only 29 

VT! old/ 

•7SS7 TARARMALLA 83-9979 


4 SWEET SUITES! 

Fully mada m with goad ravanua 
idaM tor c omplttg rant out ar 
owner Ilva-in 2-3 badraam auftas 
2-1 badraam gultos a« wttn 
_is antrsAcae. Now AMS. • 

-ISi CLIFF 
GARDNER 




RRI4 

RONE 


tPUTl 


GORGE HDSFITAL AREA 
Aftractiva. madam. 3 b aWeam 
homo with vt^ at ttw citv. Uvina 
room, dMng roam, n r aatoca. and 
kttrnan upstairs. A camptote ■ 2 
In-tpw aulta wtth Wtehan. 


llvKg**7a« 

ranted at _ 

pot! trtdta. s( 

3920U 


OAK BAY BORDER 
wot tbwltt an large tot. Sxs duptox. 
2-bdrma each sidt, excatlant h^ 

anS many other duatoxas ptaaaa 

OLD* ZACHARY mlMS 
Raerman Iny^mgnt Cal. Ltd.. 

845 Cadb ero Ray Rd. _ 

13 " SUITES 
5 YEARS OLD 

(14,98 PER SUITE. Vendor 


OUFL 8 X - ONI YEAR OLD 
1 - ... view Tit 


cisia to cftv/Ebcl 
ing roam wfth F.i 
kHcnanwtth • ' 

nSsm.'ytniahgd 

•rcM 




wTwo 

I pgr ygpr. Vgndgr 


Wmi. 2 i^ggmg ug, t bgWggmg 

!!S5vS37„TiiiC?:or 


•t OWNER, iSOUlNULT. SIDE- 

7..M- issr \ k 

■S^rURofKuuio -I fy oWtfiR 

1 bsirggm gutto, 9 hgusgkgggini 

rg^, gli tpmlgttod R ggm tw «■ 

fe-mnssai.-*’*'®' 


PRIME 

■FAIRFIELD j 

Thto 5-guHpr Is to ggcallant sngpg .' 
Is gtwgys rantad and it snowing g i 
good ratum. M yav'rt tooking far a 
solid inva g ttnant to Frirrts Fair- ’ 
field, air new tor addittonal ifu 
formgtim. 979,199. 

6RAYD0N HOOKER I 

893111 499.88 

MONTR EA L TRUST COM PANY i 

17 SUITES 

wglt-rngtotgingd ggt. In 
Fully rgntgd. 
•.Ft ■ ■ 


goad tocptlan. . 
lerto 1st moHgage. 


For Into, an 


U ONKSEORM. SUITES 
FIVE YBURS OLD 
SISO.OM) 

a2«ss 

10% Tax Shelter 

Fully rantad strata tlRad town- 
hausa! Jamaa Rey. Managament 
andrant Qubrantoa avaliabte. Man 
Canairwetion. 8M17S faagar imT. 

Mf.m. SIDE BY SIDE DuKbx. 
Mat-lain area, toraa tot. 2 bad- 
nwms each sldai omv Rnanclttg. 
47 7-5794 

t4« KrVXNtiE 

PROI-ERTIU WANTED 


LUXURY 

STRATA DUPLEX 
OCA 


r'pji fr. 

COMM. 


Ww,! 

month. I 

saving mis ygar. T 
grad. Epultv 9838. 

OCA 

12 SUITES 

AN two badraam units, sat ua sg 
candgminioms Fully ranted. Oyer 
*#39? Mviw mis ve^. Sb- 

1309. Mar'- _ .A- --- 

,.- - sstrj,'; 

invaster. Management evgiipbie. 


uitv (923 
ann. Frlci 

'wiSa 


SISg.USWA-LTYlTrf'”'" 

_ 1953741 


WANTED!! 


out at town 

»1i 


jJM Uf 
» Ltd. 


WANTED 



WANTED 

Apgnmgnt btocks ut to 49 luMat 

In Fgirrieid, Vlcto<ia. ois Rai 
•Tbi CaiTJtr g egmldampi can 

swill" "lY^HyMKA m-IW 


njjnt ggg^ag. ^mang 3g!9444 


M9 OOMMCfiaAL OR 
IKDUIITIIIAL 
PROPERTIPA 


B.C. LAND 

AND INfURANCt 
AGENCY LT8. 

^ ESOUIMALT INDUSTRIAL 
2 proparttoe. Hvaabte hausa. ar ma 
as office. About IM m- tt. w land. 
L^tgd on Feirvtow. Otfgrs on 
(7.8 gor SB. tt. This arierty od- 
lolns larger parcel with hatyv 
duty reeau' ohoe trontina an^to 
yanahira at C^ St. Sacurttv 
toncad. shop has aftko! ragalr 
oit. traveiiino 5-ton crane giM^8 

a^_etoctne sarvica. Asking 

(219309- Make an after an fotoi 
aeckege. neerty eng hgit eerg. 

WALLY H§(.LIES€N 
_ 399-3535 

APARTMENT 

SITE 

Aoprex. 11.000 so ft. at ctosa 
In view properly 2 homes an 
It at present. Will taek et eii 
afters. 

K. O. AkOORE. 90Y5i8 

ZONED 

RESIDENTIAL 

Approx. 4.«4 eerte at Lake 
Front, sorted restoentiel, M>n. 
789 SB. tt. pp^slis bv catling: 


Commercial Building 
Strotegic Corner 

tlon. Sultobit for retail, servicing 
or offkas wim 2990 sa. ft. an the 
main. Canaiats at 2 amcaa, wawan 
ns. snawraam oius wbrkln# 
sseropa araa. Extra s tor ag e 
araa et 909' aa. ft. in ba«mant. 
Building racantly ramadalad and to 
excaiiant repair, ample on and 
oft-ttr^ B^lng. Asktoa 1149300 
MU 2418. CONTACT Hll KO¬ 
ZAK. 28-4275. aegar 398 rag 
3943931 or 3M3U4 at CAiTLi 
FROFERTIIS LTD. 


DOUGLAS STREET 
NEAR 

WOODWARD'S 


1448 SB. ft. Mntd M-I Camsr 
location with ioi‘ trontaga on 
^giM. $aa it today • mauaanda 

Of aaOPM will. JIM ALLAN. 

IaAKEHIU. 

SXSDUPLErX 

3 bdrm#. each sidt. Only • vaars 
aid. Largo living reams, dining 
roams, and aaRng areas in kHch- 
•ns Lots at roam tor additienei 
dpveio^gnt down. Vendor anxious 
tor salt. Open to afters an 193.89. 

Ray and Christirto Milan 
394-3231 87-M8 

Black Bras. RMttv Ltd. 

BURNSIDE AREA “ 
19,800 Sq. Ft. 

LGnd RvallRtHp in Btim- 
* Bid* RrtR with potantlRl 
for Light InduftriRl of 
SorvIcG Indugtrlal ind 
CbmmGrcUl ubro. Cx- 
rglitnt oomor ittc. 
CRpiul City HGRity Ltd. 

WAREHWS'l 

SITE 

Laval, tufty tancad tot oansigtlni at 
M.900 M tt Frantaaa an Iwe 
Strggts. 438 SB. n. an the 

grgpgrto vaivad st 1 .. 

to thg t^t at vTctorirs iw 
area. Ottorad Pt- 

alva to: 

Scott Kendrew 

477-7M Anytlto# 

D.T Hgmai^R Asspcistas Ud. 

ESQUIMALT 

r Za^. R3 T.L. 

38 Si. ft. ftanttof an 2 straati. 
hamas on gfoparty grssgptiy 

'•"«^WTSa, 

totormglton and to vltw 


I. lagtu- 


SS-.Mf.,?*' 

PRIME commercial CENTtAl 
t sfe at iuUdtog. avsr 138 

























































































































































































































































































I 


MT OOMMBMCIAL <NI t "< MtK SM nM I la HOI PM (ALB | U* HOTtMTOH «Al.r 


INnUItTMAL 

_motehum 

APAKnmrr BUXK 
sBsuma 

HAnM 

TLi WWtittf». aim* 

of Mi-M _ 

THC COMf» 

IK- •—i^iawi*. m.}. 


5VTl*' ckJnna ■“^,vgW( 

ttlOfiT ^O^KTY 
O0AL>C^ LANDMARK ' 

On OoofRlA S»r«N. BmvNM rtm- Yow'v* hMrR 
tocAtMn. > S. ra jNR rr 

It OMRitOim MRCh. l.C >^15^1 ' 

OQOO~t>'<MII(INO 
Rotiit, •hTco- 



NOmM FOK %M.K 


»Mlt1 

OPEN HOUSE 
SUN. 2-4 
2600 Roinvllle 

• twvtf't (nariioi 

_ .,.0 m rwir wpar l MWltv. 

Th* awnaf i» mevinf and mM 

I Tf a iUY N 
_ ... . nht oMfw ana Mt 

Rtia laraa S vr aM laffiliv Rama an 
M acra. 4 badraa m a Mua dan. lata 


Ratal!, aHkaa or «R>’at«v*a. ciooato atfiaaii 

imAjf* ■ m sirwi. k3»». ml »3ir 


cadar and wraa^ound dacka. 


m RiH’SSB FOR SALE 


MANN 


T.LI 


min. 


LOW 

DOWN 

AND 

DIRTY! 

$ 1,000 Down 

$29,900 

GERRY MARTIN 

an-w 

Waterfront 

\\m 

Ottarad baiow aaara ta ad vaiuai i 

•aaumid .U acra in Oerdan Hoad 
wtth tfn a ^aaaad vtawa. Madam 

hama at »0 aa. ft. haa 9 > 

baM. dan and rac room. Ixcallant 
vaiua — m^c 96 tar taal aala. 10 
viaw Riaaaa caa 

TiaM MARTIN 

Hd-SIM CTf.JMI 

— lAKEHlUL — 

Locatad on a awlat no-tnro<^h 
uraat *m» wndarfraiMd wtrlna 
and atmiiar ^vr.'«ld nawaa. TMi 

D.R. and a ga c laua L-R. ttm 
unlaua rack rTr.. 3 iKifM bad- 
karaa 4-aca. b***' 
main. Graui^ lO'^i N 
nnkaM ~ aravldtnt 
am. fvir botn. aaraa car* 


it AN McMICHAtL 

3«.»iftTui. M$. arf-aiiJ 
RAG2R MMI79 No. 9» 

CHARACTER 
& VIEV/S 

1 daamad caUMd. aiainad ftaaa. 

, *dnaca»tina. laiM wfdaMd f 
aiaror twdar. bddciaM. Ml a*, ft 
floor araa 4 Mraama. dan. lami 
I »w HIM K. ftraataca. twa-4 ac 
nnt., M. earaart. laraa 
Mat.' no ttirv itr« 
aark. iva miia ckr 


THE 

ZIEGLERS 

UNIVERSITY 

11 larm. taa fwar aarnar awita can- 

|fei.5Sfc!KT‘«* 

DELICATESSEN 
40,000 STARTER 

Witn a iittit naia from tna vandor' andlfi 
and aaaumta tM aiUtina financ- 
tn# vaw caiM own tNa ) Mrm|An4if) 

a. Srx;' 

THI ZiedCERt 

SAANICH INLET 

MadnHicont vtawa. arivota cava 
wttn anoii aaacn and vaar r 

'jtvxtr'-'TT, 

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DAII.Y OOliOmST, VK-(nrt«. B.C.. Sundiy, It IfTI 57 

tM HOmM ran SALP |t« HOrdM raw IALB [•» HiH W pm tAM l» HO»3WPM»AUI 




OPEN HOUSE 
981 Wtover Place I 
Sot. & Sun. 1 ;30- 4 1 

n n. H WaHrM 
orrawa 3 tdrma. 

r i. with fvtro 
wttn toataro | 
wall tiraaiaca. bavwtndow, nlcaiy ‘ 
-—-aek dovbia caraori ; 


DRIVE BY 
1419 LANG ST. 
and vlaw tnta ticaHant nama 
trattic badroama an main and ^d (ar'Qe Haaav Van 
I and fomiiy raem) in twir niati baia land tall^ ffH 
mant Cloaa ta all amanldaa and iva bdtha. full 
tor thHck aoaaaoalan - — 

' MuS^Y KOTHSOtILO _ caraftadT Sundack doabia carabd 


frJ?!?. 


D.F.H Real EstplrLld. 

IW McKIMir AVI 

OPEN HOUSE 
SUN. 1:30-4 
824 COWPER 
(Off Colquitz) 

2 BRs $49,900 

Jiat uatad and a muat taa. OuN 
G^aa Araa an oiN raata Caiv LR 


sBBnm 

PfOrOmiSUDyKALTOM 

laii quadra 
ttfS Nid^OtT 

OPEN HOUSE 

26 Kinghom 



MPvnw. 

(M 


SUN 
VIEW ROYAL 

3<4 bdrma. tunkan HvMa raom. wn 
rtom. laraa kf^nan. aa^tancao. 

,rrs 


(OPEN HOUSE 
»>!« HELP! 

I Ownar oava MtL tfuo Immaca* 
: lata, uadatad. ootr two badraem 
I hama. Lacatad an a araat airaot 

tMa VACANT . 

I you to mava 
In^nt aft 
SUN. S4. taa you thart. 

12-3 .^ 


noma la raadv f< 

I S4LM. \m OAK 
COOK. IaTT AND 


THE ZIBQLfiRS 


craaiad av ttw a aan ba ama. Firw 
diaca. aacaffant wtn^ 

•nd larfa agnda^a. al^Kthm 
maatar badroom vRtn ¥***f!!*.f?* 
onto dock. tulR-ln 
idNnwaanar rM br^ 

' M a aaad aUad dinli 
Oovbia carport and 


mndacfc. ate 

fngl^nmrtj^^cltv and ^at!»^ 

assn- ^TMr-x T. 

tleilt McOAWWLD 

lOAHl •»>. ««. MHIIt 

SCSNIC VIEWS 


592-1768 384-8075 

PAOFR 110 |l»rl«ill» c«M«. J? 

O I U ; H,, m«dwt ••kinq •rk# qf U3.NA 

MU- 


iMWrqvPi 


'XBT'* 


JIMITI tUS. RAtIt TM 

IRlNt VAN _ 
3n41Vt tUS. «» IW-»I*4 

WATBRVIEW 

4 bidraama. I batM, Caaa Cad 
naottad an a <ar«a, ^aa-oMdad M 
•t ttw and of a aulal no ttirw read. 
FamHv raatn fti^aca ^a^ 

tno warmth of thta t toHiai homo. 



1 BEDROOMS PUIS 

2 BEDROOM -SUITE 
A twaaf bwvt Madam 3 — 
homawHh a aoe d.» bad room oy^ 
(wtth tlfoMdca). ►t'Mnfly t^nt- 


0. amina 

» to oundock, . . . - 

It wtth lofi of roam to tMond 
and aiao rwmpwa roam. SItvajad on 

OuNt cul da ** c - PULL PRICC 1 KMkM __ _ q—u 

MX*TALL HARnLn ttRutmoM homo awnaro ~ ara vou 
•t«X-dr I ».'*!' *— 


M4T iNILtOtJRNt 


4T74UI 



taitthlUv 


Mtad rac. roam and wntlnNhad 4th 
bodraoM. Hard to boat thio va^. 

View wtth ma than maka an atftr 
an Mim. MLS. _ 

GBRRY MARTIN 
*•41 u _ "LMlsr!?* 


affordable 

WATERFRONT 

TLSHaM^iir I CLOSF. TO uvic 

JqcTj^. »qlqrt .q«q tn "► I * SSnSTJ Yi 

KllTSi SS5I -- ■ 

and Vam !»»•••* p®**!”*' , 

CV-..., 

HIRI 
304101 but 

4122 TUXECX) OR. 

waa U4f40. now aniv ..Ui-M* 

UnlQua itara' 


UNDISPUTED QUALITY , 

S73.900 

irilt dr a Dutch cabMaf makar 
■r hit own raoidanca. OMy tha 
oaot 0 matariaN and crottv 
•anahia thrauthout. $ tt't* 3 
_jtha and a hoM rac roam. Thar- 
mapano wTnd^ throgdtwut. Tha 
moot baautiM lafM kitchan wtm 

ewftem jn^ cablnata I'va loan In I ^ saavtlhH now 

*2uJv^*l homaa to vlaw, 

■■I'M HUE TO HELP YOU" ' •* ***'■ 


OPEN HOUSE 

SUN. 1:30-4 
10840 INN WOOD 

rasEftwr 

»0,O0. tnaka thu haaii 


AND 


OPEN HOUSE 


,Y tOTHSOtlLO .w-w _ 

iTTamtcama and tad - — 

Dale young canvanianct LOUIM Wit 

3bMS paaar 2M11 muth 4;f43l7 ar 3b4aK 

CXIRiUE AREA GOR.<X iSmr.iM 

4 BEDROOMS ( House ond Cottage 

badraam full oaoamont hama iMtura bricK wall and tnatvina 
cempittahr ranovtM. tad taraga, | Maw ftoarlnt. 2 badrma. up wtfh 

livihd raom with nraoiaca ahit 1. 

- coHata fwllv tatt-can 

ntfd. Prlc^ to tall at 
tS3.S«e. PREDOY STARKE 
SM4144 or 47b-3M4 

GORDON HEAD 
4371 Torrington PI. 


Thia 4 vaar old wall kept homa 
bdckt anfa taciwdad parkland with 
a craak tar vawr waakand canow 
' tngi Piaaiant hpma with warmth 


Naw ftoarlnt. 2 badrma. 
fvii halfftt bami. and _ 

« ra0. Naw oadar tanca Mfh. 
ntf tha “frvtt tra^" backyard 
LILLIAN WILION 
4n-73»1 3»44^lPer. mi 


VANA HOLMES 

EXCELLENT 
FAMILY HOME 


laraa rac. raom | 
iteraoa. larw work-- 

---- -’V nfca ma-'riai* to__ -. 

'wo^iriTT ,rtf.nwi' TWt Sparnan-atvfad^hama faah^ftt 
POSKITT vr4371c/ ^ ^ op, writh loval'" 

pp and baamad caMInft. 4 bad 

FAIRFIELD 

I r^lixi iui-.iw<r earaart wtm tundack 

OPEN SUN M 'asking S54.0O. OFFERS 

... 1661 EARLE ST. j macleoo ^ 

ANYTIME^^'^^^siwI^Ppr. MS* ! *TREJGHT 


ioca' "bafhr^' and anwifta atf 
mattar badrdbm. Laraa itvina' 

. - -inihc 


to .. 
am wHh at 
Pull h^ 1 


4 BEDRMS. 
SEA VIEW! 
2 BATHRMS. 
FULL BSMT. 
$48,900 


CMtha. You wfli ba piaatantiv t-K * 
oriaad to ditcovar haw much thH, 
waii4aei homa haa lo oft«r you 
... a laraa tai. arivata pattat. it 
by iS family room «Hlh floar to! 
cflHnt rack tiraaiaca. cantypi vac 
uum tvttam. naar Mnnit 
aiavarewnd and tha baachi i 
vary rbaiittlcafiy at 17340 
E&LEE FARRELL S«M)44 


sts-Tni 


04417$ PGR 03 


far axtra accamme- 

maomri nafTfu pm 


loeKlnd _ 
datienc for your | 

I maintalnad made. . - -— — 

' to. ft. on fha mam flav canaitttne 
.'Of Hvint rm. larta RNmm wfth; 


m 

If you need 

laaca talera mit it it a bdrm .. __ 

battvoamt. lavaiy finianad rumauti bathrm . _ _ 

roam. Country ttyla kilclmn wim ^a* 204 to ft. camarliMf of 7 
ilno araa L MMOd LR^at^ DR. iSpmt. Ti^ thara It a^n bamt 
vary bit taefuM v^. fancoA wf?ch r«t 30 tfnlthad ta. H. - 

'li> • 

LAKEFRONT 
HOME 
$69,900 

Lacatad an ona-tbird acre baaw 
. 1 landaci 



lybif roam wtth a rack 


iti a t 
fkaaii 


LOR^^RR 

RW) 477-701 (Rut.) 

STRATA TITLE 
$47,900 

'^m I Thit half af a ifrafa-titta duaftt It 
rnamtananca fraa and avaiHy 


amma rat.. _ . _ . 

comp l att labour Mvlna Utch^ 
laraa badrmt. Y M bathrn' 
PLUS 1 2 pet “ 
dock, hifh «... 
mrougnaut. I ci 
EXTRAS INCVyJ 


OMV. 

"ie 

Dffart 0 
, TavimvMll: 


mvojgnant 



D. ff Haniav R AaaaelaMa LM. 
IN* McMMH ctTttm 

OAK BAY 
R.BTIWEMJENT 

•acfcina ante Upiandt GaH Couria. 
mil immacuiata homa offart aulat 


with 

fir*.... 

boon afftrad 

md naw tor _ . 

viaw It. Tamorrow may 

**^810. CARiNBGrE 

40-730 (S4 hrt.) 40-037 (Rm.) 

TIRBD OF 
LOOKING 

at hauM th4 
warkf Than i 
tour 0 mil 


■tv and hdff. MM yt 
w,.,. , jnt. 2 tR on main. PR 

mfnTarthpfd l#t an aylbf f ^fm^ 
ttraat. Quick peaMtaion ..Qw^ 

butchairt 

GARIDBNS 

laawtHui aul0 ama ¥ nka l*^tt 
TMt 3 vaar aid 3 
back! anH RuSthartTardjnt and 
It lituatad an a no-mru ttmai. m 
^ i. full baatmtnt. ra0y for 
.. bamant.^ant miw ta^t 
mit at ma law arka 0 01,MS- 

***;i*N 

OAK BAY 
EXECUTIVE 

aL 

Pa0S 


PP" In tha' LR. iarta kitchan with] SUN. 2-4 

2227 tashy 

KS*53 ra;- irssiri 

Try mur aRar an. iiq^^ txacutiva hama tituatad an 
a auW cut-da-tac m an arM 0 
fina homaa and wfmm wamintJ^ 

ivr^-£. 

laraa fammi ty^n LR with aM 
oam whifa brfm fP and 
mal OR. W0I dMianod kity 
wim too. aatina araa. t^m^ 
tamity raom off kHcfwn 0m 0- 
tractivt 0 ick fa 0 urt wah ana 

£ tSL.’ 

OPPERT on tl0.«0 MLS. 
DENNIS FEPRILL 3M-401 • 

477.3S0 


_ Adpra n . IS mlnufaa to Waal- 

CO. Eb^Ivo with CHRIS GREIC,' 

Bs-SHI or 04404. 

FAIRFIELD 
$47,900 1 

3 badraam, part bawmant charac-' 

tar homo 0 fina thaaa. lacatad i __ 

ttapa tram tha aaiii and tha octan 477-704 I 
aui 0 ttfa0 m tovm ~ 


HARVEY N. MERRITT 
044141 047473 

M HERE TO HELP YOU" 

THE PERMANENT 


M BqsUm Se- Bw. It3-4U1 

OPENHOtnK 
SAT.-StN. 1:30.4:90 P.M. 

1613 GLADSTOf^B 
(off ShAkdapetrel 
OTY CULpDE sac 
4 BR'S — 2 BATHROOMS 
173,900.00 

Yau caiiT help batnd axefftd b\ 
tha charm and warmm 0 thit lav- 
Ingty mrM far hama ta cfata to 
town, thf 103 M- tt. main maant 

;i,srYt*i5r.L."x^R5 starter 

aanalliM. a 0'iil3' Pami0 Rm- 
kum DMnt ~ bpautlfully wood 
wtth vouRIm < 0|M0 and 
W MMiCk. Tkq kbdiqq l< 


5 BEDROOMS 
GORDON HEAD 

Immacuiata 3 yr. aid. S 
Kama aftarlnt avar 304 u 
hnifhad ilvinf artt. Mini 


main floor fivaa you ma 
Inn 0 taacm u afiaat. Uvini rm. 
wfm Nraalaca. w-w, dinina rm, 
arivam antranca wav than two 
oeeddliad baymt. attractivt 4 
act Mtnrm. Tha fwH btmt haa a 
4 Kt tafhrm. kitchan countar 
araa finite aa wwi ai baina aN 
rtady 0 paint. So 0 va u* a call. 

8 *^ AVID SOUTHALL 

UtJ 4$3.l0t 

I Ptir- > LORNC RARR 

Htld 'MLS 0A Call CHRIS'477-mi (tut.) 01.$4|4 (Rat.) 

OREIG. 4000^ 04010. I « 

LOW DOWN I 3 BEDRMS. 
LOW PER MONTH 

Geraa area. 37 ytar aid bunnti'^ 
wtm fully taff-cantalnad inlaw , 

tui0 m tha faaaamant. Prkad 0, Located m Jha iackiin Rd. 

Mil 0 S0 MO. MLS 34141 Can' mil MI0 1. 

CMKii GREIO. 47400 or "■ ‘ 

304144. 

$44,500 

Vary caiv 3 badraam buntaiaw on 
a aui0 itra 0 . data 0 butai. 
ihopt. 0c. Nka Ilyina raem wim 
ftraaiaca pivt raeantiy 
t0n wFh illdina OK 

0431M or 3S44I44. 




LESLEE FARRELL 04730 
0hj4$4 Par 44$ 0 HV3tSI 
OOMG COODINGTON 

SPACIOUS 
AND ^ 

GRACIOUS 

( arpa 3-badrm. In-kw tulk M mit 
no Oar^ Head nama Pr-'*- 
lanailv flnithad. Main hoar 
i0htnN ttvina , room ^ wilh 


OPEN HOUSE 
TUE5., SCPT. 26 
1:00-3 JO 


■fY' 


roam, cuatom bulW eabkatt 


Ownar movino from 3-month Mw 
vary fine 3 RR homa. L^naaad LR 
tnd DR. taackut knef^ 
d0UM tiova and IH^ mcli 
Larpa twndack off kite 
carport under which 

full batamani pt--. -. - 

..M. Fully tand t eapad., tiy H 
av^ythlnn. OHwt conil^4d on 
$44,400 Saa you 0 $44 MAR¬ 
GARET 

*»T ST«, 


. L-tnaei 
kNchan 
"ta me 

It chon 

t It ItMl 

Mda 

$44 


'“X 

wtth 


THETIS LAKE S41.0I 

It iuit a Mon walk awoy. from 
tMt lour badroom four lav0 
t0lf. wim many aultfandlnt 
ftaturaa. Ta vlaw call Koran 
Rtrclay 0: 

CapHw CHv Raal0 Uf..., 
47S070 J0.rS57 

COLONIAL ON THE PENINSULA 
3 year aM ana and a n^ 
tkrav celanki homo with 
IZSr tiSna ^raal laodad 
wtndewk; two bolht. fk^aca. 
douMa earaart wtm mawdna 
ttoraaa 04a. a aiMaurt lo 
fthew and raNktfcaily ykod 
aTsjl^. call Karan Rarciav 

SUN. 1 • 4 P.M. 

y0 RRAOLIY DYNE. ARDMORE 
Now Ikilna — I Acre tadv 
tkn. En0y tht htxury and 
kranovMIty 0 country. 120 
ta. n. up a^ 70 ta. ft. down 
all ottroettvaly flnithad. Oodkt 

rSfe iR:ai 
END THE 
SPACE RACE 
$39,000! 


1 acre 

BEDRCX)MS 


mm 


fima. 


. .¥)' _ 

314410 any. 


I bui • 
m tOM 


irvihf raem wim 
teanffy buHt addi 
I Olatt dearv m a 
»iva. caiT Jmris 
I. ar REN GREIO. 


FULL BSMT. 
$48,500 

n fha qIackiK 

er^ar^amih 


il.tv ^ roam WiM ff7'"v •* 

THE prow m thit cutMm buTit nHW - 
- — lavti homo Laraa rac. ro^ 
country kitchan. tuaar warMhaa 

SS •tSTn!' 

room far yay awn 0n«\lt court. 

I Leeakd 4 mllM hbm oamra cRy- 
^ , rou0 and cKwa 0 tcPaaii 
IRM. If4j40. MLS. 

^lANfe FULLA^R 

i»s-mi 

family home with t 
mA laa. dininf room and 1 
_ _rfa kitchan wtm aotmo 

tundact!^FOR VALUE 

t1ma0 sVe0mo. Mmat Ovar »*0 *a. « m * f0^ Pjjj* 

ream, dan and badrm. dawn »LU$1 full ratamant Th t h^ Km 
laundry roam, laraa eornar. kt.ibadroomA LR^ with FP. Mj., 

.carport mMo mit a,inrQt OR and a Faimh^ 0vi^l 

ML »1&. CALL, kifchtn which Include .f dlM watnj j 
or CONNlU 'tf and aarburalor Pulty CMOoitd 
nytima. 'on both lioort. t'to hot tMtar 

od Sal on a carnt r_ lef^ wifn 
m0urt 


Pour bdrmt. In mit oMar can- 
traity lacakd homo. Noada 
torudna up inaMo and out 
WNi yKaaf Can nowl it wan t 
laitl 

SHIRLEY MOLLRIRO_ 

3M-7U7 0IS33T 

NEW LISTING 

CENTRAL SAANICH 

lmmacu00. batter trmn nawi 
Parfact far a kmiiy. a lavafv 
tpn^ kf. Troaa. futt bamt. 
Ready tar your own craativa 
Maaa. 3 RR’t. 10 bathe. R0ra 
M^lhf 14X00. Hurryl Ht^ryi 
Hurryl ^ 

Addlna Niehei 477-bS47 

Wally Pttarten 477-770 


4106 Glanford 
$61,900 

TMt 1. • I. 

futroaWm,. _ 

-rat kitchf 

....na room, c 
lma0 now w-w carea 
'tn and badrm. 
roam. 

r d ca 

illlKF 

WEVlER 3443124 anytlm 

BEACH 
DRIVE 


check this 


Hut a 


30S-T73t 




plu« 


live like 
A KING 


I jtMOi 

(10 0t 


4n-701 


I down, . - 

Call tw viawina 


ad Ilvinf araa. Sunken LR 
, ta0ura rack PP and 0ar*tar. 
Pamity tira kitchen vnth lai^ 


Newly flnithad. . . 

iitv hama in 




T nllv’.raoni. 

OP lino nttilflM. ! 


ivkf ttri0 In The daalraeM 


wtt 0 a0rM mcludlnf many bum 
int — dlthwathar, vacuum. 
com. aarburakr. 0c 
lObdRA Rac. room 
mant with w0 bar. 

Thort art 1 conbork and 


n 

3n-*10 bus. »6S. 344470 

EXECUTIVE 
5 BEDROOMS I 

.[iMLimai ilvInoMlnind 4.raat. »4mtiy | 


CMi k tuhdark 

_ i0»f. aftraefiva _ - - - - 

n« •Ttf"LX'rsj 

bdthreem. At lewar iav0 thara t a 
ponauad fmrir. Rac Rm wim wm- 
n0 panflTinf. PP..M .f^^.kt 0 

ivliSri 




.qqto ^ 

tud0 dbmat rm^. A ^2.,eca 


rm. waahor and dnrar 
•aed aykthaa. Tha t 
iv and tnara'i ma>lmu ... 


lundack oN. tamitv room wfm 
0ut oamM room and 3 ROR 
down. Ex(0lonf va'ut 0 $7t.0O 
MLS DENNIS PtRRiLL 3444331 
or 477-30IX 


HOMES 

Roconffy updotod I ROR 


—am bDR ffnfthod down 
.large kikhon wtff 
o0ii0 araa. 

—Pumaca iu0 3 0. aid. 
-447.04. MLS. 


f, 

~yd 4DR dawi 


SEA VIEW 
EXECUTIVE HOME 
FIRST OFPBRfNG 


2 BEOflMS. 
FULL BSMT. 
QUIET STREET 
$50,500. MLS. 


$59,000 

"Til ITI T»Ui" - «M ntuql IN THII OUTST/kNOIN# SUITei 
rturqqiqM cqlltqq. tqmn.l.ly .• q,,.ntq itflUiM lu.qqil ,'•» 
dacerakd, ra.wirad. ra-pl'imbad Iwindowt iraniTnaw kitc^. Mutt 
L04a fivma room with P.P. and m tatn' Ltf 5 omar wHat co.^ar 

Oak Floor. 1 hufO bodrm wtm your cotft. -- 

W-W ond doubk ciaa0i. aanar —' —'• 

hitchan with tmail ream adlommo, 
tatina araa tiM dlnlnf roam, tea 
•aravt. 100 kt naadt kndar tev- 
mo c0t bv a t0dan kvar. Now 
ML. W0I warm veur inteactioo 
CALL. SUE WARKE or CONNIE 
WEAVER 3I4>)I)4 anvftma 


REYMONT 04^730 


DONCASTER U1J0 

Thit It t elaitic "Ofd World' 

3 or 3 RR. lull btm'i ham# 
naadiho a cra0lva handvman't 
touch. Tht bMict art in aaod 
thapa L0 I* 0 a 10 
Adtiint Nlchol 15** 

Wally Pottrten 477-7744 

14-DAY 
OCCUPANCY 
OPP JUBILEE HOS. 
Sjsi'iNO THROUGH ST. 

Rrand naw heuM 130 M. H 
IMnf roam wfth rtitad hearth 
tiraaiaca. Eatv car# w-W car- 
aaft. 3 tundackt. 3 badreemt. 
Ma0ar badraam hti 3kca. an- 
tulta. iMina kitchen and tat- 
' In# arM. Laval kt apoMlta 
hoipitai and cioM ta UVie. 
Vtnder will attitt In financina. 
Try at kw at 0.00 dawn to 
auaiifiad ourenatart Ideal for 
rttlrtmoM homa RoaltiiNctliy 
priced at S43.90. A ^ivina 
cNnor" iWInft by '^aottv 
100" Oh vat. ciMr thrauah 
batamant hat rouphtd in 
0vmblnt for fhird bothroom 
I0t 0 troo for family or 
"rac" room and aatr* bed¬ 
room 

Pronk WIItt SOS-TSST or 04400 


idtal ttarfor or r 0 iromont titwah 
ad an tmalkr kt and ckaa k 
town. Smrak krmH dinma rm. 
.kw Ifylnt rm. nnm flroelaco- 

» ,._ . Fuii bamf. with W bathrm. and 

Selflom dopf a propaiiy fitra rm. Ownar mevlfw k aM.. 

MM-h AA tliiA iw^rwnA avaIX I'lrtf tfmt On mark0 ui tavorai 

bum a« iiui Dpcomp bvaii-iy™, pornt 

abip and on vipwlng you will j with: 
undaraUnd wfiy. Sltuatod on: 477.701 
09 bcrt <it baautlfully 
tainpd lawn and tpirared' 
gard«n«. It haa oommandlng 
vipwi of the i«a. Tht living 


NNA PQSS 

rStmiss 

iir.iMf iliiq .1 

NtEW! 
Kinsman Pk.-Gorge 


$56,000 


PRIVACY 

WITHOUT 

ISOLATION 


on thk 43*01 ft. kt, tho •wnor 
hat elantad ovar 3$ dlftaront lyOM 

, kr an Immaeukk JJkkar-ak 
lona-owhor hama. LR and M haM 
■ umtaf vlaw* Oak ikMlna 
mrouahawt.itoa^ -a’daJni' - 


MINI rank:h 


** *^MARV LOU LORE.N/ 
30.$04 Pi 


: frtpi ilvlnakinind 
I ream aiNna laraa 


K with IkHt 
r... pamM raorrt. 
batha. lanad H.W 


..•at. - 

n » 5 fJraMacat. . . 

EirtS wS Hlq„ cqqjril 

Tn... qr. I MIWI •« q <*•!• TIrkiJq ^f***®. 

.1-14 Ihomat. wMkina dlNama k UVic 
tel wvalt. 


STBPHBN SHEA 

477.7344 (M hrt) 443-00 (Rao.) 


TMB 

*'MI»TO«y 

MAKBAI'* 


WMTTOMES 

$500 iDOWN AND 

t3M par manm (iniaraN 0 14'^%) 
for mit cufa-oa-a-buf fk 


VC. 

cottatt. 
thraannlk 

tmali bat. 
pi act k at^ 
r« SIMM. Tall 
bCuci HU1 


circk. fenced yard. 

Ju0 a araat 

r0lra. Pull price 

HUTChTnSON. 40-440 


and all ienooi Tavtlt. Compart ^ 

Mn-sir 

"•"MtWMcOANNOCO _ 

30.1.1 iUI «H 

SBAVIEW 
EXECUTIVE 

iSikatad in tunny area af Hlfh 
'bfMdmaad. a*acvHva aua 1 My 4 
IR ao0 and bMm family hama 
'ormw liMnt-ainIne. family ream 
off Ki 3 PraMacat. 3 Mtht. ^0 
R.l. rae and aamaa area. 1 
waohar. drkPM. 

Qiatt doora to dtekt ark ^k. ^ 
malar aku tharmopana. hand M.'«2r4__y~~ 

kcfad ba^. 0c. PurchaM ^wH h iOWNeri 

ijiisx'snx'F's s?.*ri 

I 


$1250 DOWN 

WITH GRANT 
SINGLE FAMILY 

I REDROOM 44540 

HOMES ON 
SEPARATE LOTS 
IN 

BEAUTIFUL 

BRENTWOOD 

STRATA DUPLEX 


Fine 3 badrm home on 00*10 kt. 

Cmv Hvino room wtm in line dm- 
Inf ream. Mliht caWnot kitchen, i 
pea. bathrm. lauhtry ream, raom 
for dovakpmant in full bOMmoni. 

'll T*p1n 1 W*o?^4k^ *»*v 

AM TMii*nBAiiTvi i‘‘*0Hn wim a0ind wm and 

£i'-‘3.5rc5rN.?'sxs. 

sui W*«>t 3«.jm qqyiimq. nSSTw SX. 

_ . ... * ;<!!"'• kF.*. •"< UnlvgriitY 

The Inside Story . . . 

«««. mnln, n«n, .nd d«„«. •?,kent’Saclfoo 

M_, ^ , , ' (^tr 2,14 to. ft. 0 hvka area s-odrm, hanki buf on fha intMai 

hflnpd pppctat'ular viewa. rac rm. offarad bv, ma 3 yau win ditcovar a formal entry' rpkAk.iiCLJ 

doth..unde.k.. IE&' tlX** 

^ ... ifTvopana ai^^baamod tnd v^tad iHdTog doort to mi cavar^ wrap- ARCH TECTURk 

ThPlW Rlk IhrRd bedrr»ni* colima K^kna ^m-. 0® tP*£5 around tundack Tna l||khan ^ ii i uw 

on th. mm floor with two 4 /JiS. 

po.. Mthroomi and 2 pc-SlhmX 

bathroom. Th# Iowet level 1 'mm# mattar badrm one th« m 1 dining room Hoaa kitc^. 

K— . oA* w «<y« -__ /~i AKiDTVDn ifkor. the btmf. it praoarad to bo.ottlnd aroa and a buIlWn dith- 

hRk • 98 X I” recreation \jLAfNrL/KL7 tatitv finunod wim iiitk aaaanM. .wMhar. 3 bdrmt and 2 batnrpomt 

mvn wtth flrwnlace and tc-pt - a i>r a ^ o ^trN\/l tharmoeana windows mrauanawt-1 on ma main. 1113 ta- «• a* bOM- 

room wnn nrepiack Riw wpi |syEAT & TIDY! Locaiad »nv*nitniiy far Khepii|mam rauahad In far 37 Tf. rac. 

bar; a gameb room large ___ nAmirw k do hut ^ MrvTca. kr ma i^iw rm., laundry rm. and ana^' 

Acviivu n ^iw (^ArAa on , fL,)i .i.^ »q,i iilUTt* S'**? * who ankvt a country ^motahtra. ^ bd^. U » 13 ft. workihae. The 

acra and tat an aha 0 !#Tiougtl for 4 hill 4ii« \)ih \ Price reduced k $4 s5o. Can paoi it indudadin the 

rm. down. Only IS yrt. ak and in M44M$ • 04Jisi 

rrsi %.IN SIDNEY 

n iPO MALAVKO '' ' qrrwi « 

0407$ (Pr 40) Cute ratiramant or tkrtor hom# 

, Tidy 3^rm, home wim a oood 
pw^-PinCAAr’KlT •'»•* "Uch*" N*€« •W' *5 

RET IREMENT |j* 

i!;3q.“)f«s;;5''ss{sa''T,\;s 


A I«w0 0 a ^acra Mrotd 
w«m 1 year ak full batamont 
homa ~ d'nina room, firooiaco 
(o0ra bedroom tik bamroem 
rouahad In down). Roducod 
wav. way down k SS70O >- 
Mill bay area — 0 min. Pom 
Viefork. Ideal herM aroaarly, 
parfly ftncod. 

J. J, (J^) WIUIAMS 

dt.iia 3Mm7 


GORDON HEAD 

Camparo a« S73,S0 130 o& 

ft.. Mparata dklno ream. 3 
badraamt. bam an-tuttt, dav0 
oaad batamant. rac ream with 
tPaaiact. near uvk. 3i> vaart 
yavn#. immacufak and ao- 
aaaiina. ewnart kavfna. Sacri- 
tka tak. Why pay mare for 


J. J. WILLIAMS 


I.7SS7 


47M1M 


J l 4DR dl 
ivf In aa 
.90 A^i 
t FEMIIL 

3i4401 or 4n.0l3 

n, 360 DEGREE 

PMtr 744, VIEW 

IZEN 


: pe¬ 


ll. 4 pc. bothroom and 2 
bethronm. In Addition 


vtk bdiiwv' cif DR. 0iaht 

vMiMintTi there li r full utility and 

l«,«tfyroommiwork.hop. 

One 0 a klnd . REpuC^ ^ ' . . . i 

The prroperty haa both dou¬ 
ble carport and a aeparatc 
(treenhouae for the 
and 


price 0 iSfln'' FIMM call 

a--77rKggT'»Ceoo Itaam 


CafiaiJa Truf'.c 


University 

$58,900 


. . . . kind Rll 

imj0. MLS. DBNNI 
3M-4931 or 477 303. 


WITH VIEWS 


REALTY^ 

m-its 


garden 


Driu*# 


$71,000 

hadrm. na-btn 


MAIA or PETFR PRIMGAARD 
4SM40 - 05-3l$1 . 3M.3T34 


garage 

h o b b y 141 

•prlnkler syntem. Truly , _ 

qu.llty hom.ln.n«c.lim!«™»'^SfiriKrW!‘ VIEW PROPERTY 

M-otton of Unlindt ofterrdlMm »iq-» oq" »" yt" "yj-?; ofocmuiv onttmt I'lqu -o 


I lipiloOM MIMO OPEN HOUSE 2-* SUN 

HSulr'ii &yA.«<V *....y*.*tfl IMl TAMPKO PL. 


CHOOSE V10UR 
TERMS 


OPEN HOUSE 


1037 WollasUjn 

Sunday 1;3M p.m. 

Super itarter near Rchuob I S55.90O _ 

arena and tranepurtation. 11806 KAXR>TXLi3 


INIXXJR PRIVY 

With wkkr fa0 approacnine, can- yg^dar will carry morfeaaa. 
tidar tho iu*0v 0 ^ I 0 aafaamant far aMa or um 

•rivy. Na more cai^ w0 w^t 0; vantM mati kdt 
mohi. ar warmlna 0 c«id w^ pv iMitbrifTy. Immadtaft OM 
under pMkrkrt. Mm > cama^- an Immacufak 3 RR 

bon haaii0 and ceeUna cantr# ilvtna. dwtiw fOun;^ 1.,,,.,.-1. « )q^ 

dationad kr dll bumina- fk •Nkt ] fTfapiaca. w-w c0e0 krM K wHh | Noi niuoh yard worlc. 3 bed* 
lo lake auf or woad Rkfai arM. famThi 

uiM k tv0r tfkk, 

nTCKma • PffWtr 

W-fltl 6U! 


kval hama 
. comer ki ckM to ail 
kvak 0 advcefkn. Hama con- 
titft 0 4 bdrmt.. 3 b0ht. 
aaawtHul ilvlho rbam with 
ctmoo marbft fkor k c0ilno 
flraaiaca Lwm *Hchan wtfh 
family roam aN wHh brkk 
~ Miaca. 0ua to ar fftica an 
tm fkor. ttw tfma to pkk 
cakrt kr ^e0o and 

344-7$S7 


•eotion o( Uplands offered]Mm vkv g 
ot $259,500. Appointment* lO;l!!5?,^ l^T^' or. 
view wtth excliMlve Bueitl*. , “gCf .WX 

__ tumhin# and vtawt. Open fkkt 

38M331 * 65««a3 


OPES^ HOUSE 

2-4 P.M. REDUCFZ) 


TO 


COLWOOD 
BRAND NEW 

151,900 

DOWN 


3470. 


473-701 Anytima 


3 BEDRMS. 
HAMPTON 
$39,900 

Culq. I ftrm. oMiqqq-lvW h»n» 
ewqq It MWT,^ ffrq. Iqlrto. 
rKtnHv ,qAcart<qe — nqw c«»t 

- ' 

tm. kncnan. 
'V roam. Mutt I 

07701 Art0ima 


nott. rawtn 


Oaoorfunlty oratanft 
aofanfiai aurenator 0 mit tovaiv 
cuatom flnithad Lindat cedar t 
na on .0 acre 0 vkw are- < 
_ tv M Trktkk (to. can kr[ 
an aa0. ta view 140 m n 3: 
bdrmt., Ik b0ht, 3 vkw dfckt 
a'’butut trtajq PRIVACYI I Rrlnf 
0fari an 10,00 ML 3440. 

LESLEE FARRELL 

m-724a m-iu* Par. las 

SACRIFICE! ! 
CADBORO BAY' i 

3 bdrm. bunaakw an 0«I0 fo0 
kt In hNrf of villaM — novf only { 
S45.04 Incradibk holding M^lal 
> vondor Mvt 4RINO OPPERSI 

"'TW'LirFV.Ttri;r.?5’" 

30-140 Pgr 445 ar f- 

DOUG CODING 


MAYFMRREALn 

ItolMr CeMf* 
SW-MM ^ 


mk. Univartitv arM. not only Im- 
twrat 130 M. ff,. but aiM hM at- 
ladiM a. tfftaii In-Law tulk to 
404(0 with ma mortaaaa oav- 
mantt. Lot hat mttur# troaa. Now 
^ tha mark0. Act naw. MLS 


Open 


NOW OPEN 
6 DAYS 

Par I.C.B.C. Rmi Etiata 

j nd Inauranct 
. TH^S.. FRI. 
to 4 P.M. 

AND ALL DAY SAT 
WE RE HERE FOR YOU 

OPEN HOUSE 
SUN. 1:30-4:00 
1450 ARUINGTON 
i5.n, ttf. KLa'wTTuy.! 


2 - 4:30 Sat. 

: 7304 Rrawnlng. 7 badre 
b«y^kw. 441.04. 4^ 

' RUTH 4 REN 81. 


— __ jaa^tyi K 

I 4 iEN iiNNITT 03-430 


Gorge 

30 Goroa R4,. V^Mt. A 
home with 4 badroomt. fi 


istsi a.ii3;“x-'' 

iJlSti DOUG RELP 401447 

S54,900 
SPECTRUM 

DaiifnVyilr vet taadout 

Piut 3-4aiirm fk-04a hamo ckM 

;U^««VtWffr'"o0tI 

krga adklnina family raanL a 
ttoaeavl 0 klkhan wtm aaflna 
arM. cedar lined <kt0* and ca0r 
waUf- Nfn 0 * *tk n«ark0 * don't 

jViM \>OUGRIL0 40-1741 
J. M. Whlftama 4 Ca Lt d 

(Bedrooms! 
52,500 Down 



T' Lk 1 bdlh*. full bn»e- 


raom. ak. 7 « 
^krt la aok 

TViSFrc; 

call 

wr 


34447M 


POST Si beam 
5 BEDROOMS 
REDUCBD-$73,900 


Thk It m# ba0 buy in Garden 
Head rto naw. A charmka ca^ 
htot wim I0W wall alannai 
kRchan. caunkrlaa jkva 0»d 

hfrr t(r* 


k kwn v0 


to Kha0t. 


tarlnkiM -- 

^ ^rac centra. 

NEW LISTING 


htod 

Thit 


XC, 


034141 


larea. 4-badraam 
luTar 000 arM 
Thit aid0 nanw RM been cam- 
attoiy rpnavakd and h0 naw 
kmliy ream addtlkn at raor 
Ofh0 faafuTM inciiMW naMmam 
and larM family iIHlkn wnh 
buOt.ih 00i»>aaR0 and 0rbv< 
kr If niiii^4if Vi afream Ih 
thit wW^uir dniy 10.40 

GBRRY MARTIN 

WHIM 

OOtiJlim RIVEH I'.ilt, 

(h00kr hama 0 krM 0 I 


irnmaculafeiv kaM 
hama. n^ng ream and dinl^ area 
tn llna. aMv care kitcfkn, wan k 


wHh J ream In law i. . ^ 

^•“.sriflllssK... 

iK (OUlfl 


mim 

"rntm 


m-nn 

il flnr 000 Mtfkr ktdfkn 


Ikk Hylnakinina ream wRh kadtd 11* ■*** **y-T *v!*— 


Aaldng $a.900. 

Norme Hill 
659-5866 .1M-9101 

KNOWUB8 REALTY LTD 

^Rious tiirviEwr 

LacatM 0 mint k * 
tk0 k mikt 0 ba0n ano 
acrai a« parkland A camfert- 
aak aamily hama Mtlfnad 10 

r Kkut IM0. FvM bitamanf, 
badreama. i bafht. 3 lira 
akcat. SH 0 tM 0a and 
wMch 10 thka 0 0. in taw 
lulta f0 Mam tfm 60 Otm 

V'ai«l2^N 

MAI I 

ci(itAl"(:iTr iiAlTY L, 

OPHNUaWL 
Wl tllARlJi* ST. 
SUN. 2-4 

IN FAIAFIILD. qllK UM Qqwn 

LRSb and 0ymanft at kw a* 

I par month yau Mvk awn 

fa^na 04 3 bddra^a. 10 
lamM 

OOOKMAPisVMO^ 

S BOflM -> 149.9(10 

Aiauma 


.0iiBia4|.i K-iy lf 
Binfl nl 

L.S?n': 

ia4.*lAl M nt.w>t>r- 


4 RI-DKOOMS 

149.900 

Laraa wall dtc0af0 kmi. 
hr hama Hum dlnlrvg raom. 
Full bOMmonl. fancad back- 
v0d wtth lane. AH mit piua 

Why Settle 
For 

Second Best 

tuy a hama from 
haa bean in butir 
kr 31 yrt- LM ut 
your nMf hauM t ... . 

0 a kf 0 vavr chaati0 Da Mm# 
0 t0 w«rk yaurtftt and Mva 
mantv tradM a(Cd00. (>aad i< 
nancl0 avdiiabkt rrkrfpppM wHh 
4i yr. amarfitalkn and kw dawn 
advmdntt. 

UVIC AREA 

OaiuB# PMl and beam hauM. 140 


__ marmopana 

. aatri Mtviatkn, full and 
prdund kvai bdtamanit 

"2, -'SS. 

__. tn^w taa 

art) (M0a na0lnd pomakflon. 
iLLA. MfUilCnocM VW t*" coSiy •‘"•TT' 
’Othart 0lead from 14)40. Maka 

I ut an affar. ViaW aur C - — 

0 3331 wimaH Road 


•alow an a Mciudad carrtor let 
with frutt traai and a vary 

'otriMq'i.JH'iai'J )< 

ndnw Wlrn 900 i.tW 0 ’W 

■-'ami 


Qnkjp; 


_Jll 

WISTINN MOMIS 


21 . 


WED.-FRI., 1-6 
SAT. & SUN, I - 5 


A- M^MW V aropvrfv pii 

iCMdava 4av 

WAB'TL'fl 


all Kan 

07$ 4440 


am a 0iidar that 
I an ana at aur kft. 


F0 m0a Int0m0kn 
M11I0 471 1731 0 341-1 
$14 anyfim# 

RIDLEY BROS 

DEVELOPMENT CO- LTD- 

"CEDAR HILL 
. 559,900 


m’PKR cm: 

SUPER 8TARTKK 

Nkt 3 SR hama 0 0>47 kf | 

a,"•(nr w 

Tings R 344-3444 (34 hrt ) . , 


. A levoly 

_'oomt. full bOM- 

Saparak llvino room wttn 
PP. d>nl0 rMm. A muti k tM In- 

VuVh a IIN IINNITT WIUIF 

«,.. Outstanding 

(aG mS^ ftSft Opportunity 

NEW LISTING! i 

CORDOVA BAY! r^^., . Ar-oc Brh.cr™.tr,M„*dr«'3 

... M ttu. nALr ALKt uyn •« a-mu. Ltr-# m«it, 

, ilwlM .q.. q —. IqdfW. (Nn, LR. OR, kltcMfl 

«qii mm n«q« 0. Wyn, J q»~.ifl.v-LE?*;: «• R*"- 
T bpfn frfiianpd 1** 

HrMlM# 0*n, 0rdvrood ...« —■.••vni, - 

dbk kAfth 00404 '> a0f 0Hrtciivt tattint 
minimal cart bMultfuliy fraadiitM home. Wa'i 
wnarrtv alut SIA OKmaMt 0 damii0 kitchen. tud|f family 




ha 0 041. 


.. .J 0 . r 0 .... 

Ilka acak0 Md 
340 I - - 


C0dava bay Phan# kr your i 
lFi *FAllRlt.L**Wi n4q 

'■aSoTdifc'.SolSN’'*’ 

BEAUTIFUL 
VIEW & 
GROUNDS 


aXJSETOP/UlK 
«nqiiwr II qq Mr nur Mil. wq w 
10 doit't wa k. n^ 

black from’^na DALLAS to I Mf**!'*'! ’TH^^aJul 
rm , dimnp rm L0t 0 poftnfkl •^H.fkm#. FkMtnp it p^ a 

M,. mJI, ^ IX 5.;'*;;, 

3443444 (24 


HIGH QUADRA 

D-iv. q. INI wicqjqw tui M . 


too. A mere 
call JACK 
Hrt I 


^$fr4jr“( 

OAVlL 31 


0lna Ava. Off Laa a an 


I nave luto I 


. ilytopkinka raan 
wtndpwt. H00yp0 
KratoM - 


wRh l_^ 

firato«' 6to'kjff04 A ff 

':,usrnS 

Eav 0 Trw# 

IRINTWeOe lAV WATtrviSW 

I M0t4m 7i 

baaempMi fir‘ 


-•SSi 


pni, fvaptaca in 


'tpm hanM campi 
aft la waiT thrutut. . 

rcr„«ri»M,ja 
iri;!^.FVit;^,c 

tV”’"’"Wfl' 477 14)1 

THI MRMUNENT 




a Mc'_ 

wail c0pafl 
f)fapta0i 
ream 0 ' 


r un L0ta L-4haaad 
iptk 00t fto din- 
Inp rm and klfcKtn LR wttn 
t>r(ck firdpr0a and 0LM4 bafwaan 
LR and rntng rm. JlRa. mptkr 
with wMk.in cko0 and anoultf. 
Cdfpa ky0 antranca wtm dautk 
tort Iaaoi0 k IT farr* 
ftpupia C0a0t 


kfpd a fwo 40raom 

anipf PYN bunpakw 

K anp 0 Ifa ifrwft Tn tha 

40 HIH 044 Tf tt In imm0u 
lata candtfkn pnd 
..rafi 


mal 
irk and 
>11 to 
with 


0 a •I0f0 0 r0lramanf ftoa 

faaf0M a kaaWaal naak t 

' ' aui pv0 a lark lundtr^ - 
ludad aartoi dUMHv « 

0pafkw| Mvtne rean 
cai dmnp rapm* Mwfni 
_0 dan ihd a ftiiiv tntulaiao 

90444- Many Qwbt and trade 



ANOFORD 
aam hpma. 
mro<»oheut 

10 tap ttava 


£-* 


10a in iiv 

laveu 0 
krpa kf 


famlfy rm 

RETIREMENT 

mmiSr Wfm afi0^nd 0 .MNtty 0 euMM *00 

waokandt I 61II 4M-II44 



CHARACTER 

2-STOREY 


Canot0f - . _ - 
houf mit hama 

_ r bMroam wim 

and indiraci lighting, i 
c0ad liwhi and 
trimmed ntdai. TtVai 

til kr0 atk 0knt. a 
and v0y 0tvata 
am0Mki in * ' 



, baaulilui wpdd hrt t0auonavi. 

I UR90 kvaT 0th fwa ba0mt 
Wl and full bpm A*ain Mvat 
baattt I 11*11 tug. rm. wim 
ai0a tkll MP. (Nig rm. IMl 
ma^ bdrm. 0m fifapiaca- miM 

btfh. wgodan cauniar lap Klfch0 

(12.* jELSfYI c 

oppn patahtam. i#.j/t tg« n, la- 
Privafa Vd. anfa stoa id. LMai 
1 M 0 HaNfr 0f Sadiia and Mtf 

; ihotin Rd. Mtt0iacf(0. 

That# henwa mutf ba Mid. maka 

ut an call Kan Millar ifbOv 
0 314 IdM 040 $14 pnyftmt 

Ridley Bros. 


GtmHimf Mia ky 
a tmimmt CafcmHm 

CENTRAL 
SAANICH 
2 NEW HOMES 

DRVilORMRNT CO. LTD. 

RR-"^ VT-y RFAUTIFUL HOUM FOR RIOMT 

c«i m • •••'■iMftqA. fit! iwlrqqm., ii.iqq 

t.ALTY 


« M •*» DOWN, ITM (A ? aarnraamt, iJt i 


^ «iMi>k tka avttka 34U LM0ne. 


$57,900 

mainf0pnra ' 


It ayld0f 
- from the 

."«5» 

carafuiiy 


) bpdraami 


! lAT. I 


df-ON 


(Drbrtr &tfflr 
Kralt)( tUi. 


METCHOSIN 

Vand0 kfyM w>m rp00 » came 
and moTMi 4 badrpam. «^i M 
talH kv0 hama wtth P| bama. da- 
vtkpad r0 raam^wirn 
•a^linf, t0nv dMk 
dead 10 The air it a iti 
0d fha tun a imk W1 
wav. wim iMn 
SHAW, toim 0 4H-4I 

OPENHOUSE 


OPKN HOUSK THIW9UN 
1:504 M 1901 rAlH>liai) 

gi ki:n annk heioht9 

I STRATA 8UITK.1 IJiFT 
It Mur hama ka bkf Th0 cam# 
and tM 3 kvaty twtttt t 

wim ma0HlC0l MOV 

unfti have 2 baWMm t and i 

0ih aakntiva wm 0 tllM._ 

4nd cedar yff ^taarvj^ m# |k 

Kad* fram 


‘'a'ii 

tnd I Mfh. 



. _ *k. 

kiicfkh Mth 

frkfa. 

indTiM 


ftkva 

fkhca k 


1:»4:|| 
ifv Rd 

irmpnt Mmt 

aama Madam 

laf tfMkd _ 


!jM*Sqr«''W'*** 

.hrSJL" .Rtf^-Bfe." 

"Til 


HULMI LTD 


attic 

RY OYmiR, I YMRi eip, I 
bidraami. rtrtm Hi m Oianfard 
artariirkO KkrkMk aaaumaik 
ran 4f4.^4l«0 471-Si 


ypf 0ta0vinf ' 

0 fha buH0hi 

040 PrKM 

Wtl^ and DAVID IILL- 
INGHAM In 0kndanu JlfatM. 

4ACRKS 
NKAR AIRPORT 
4 perM. »b0rapm Cakni0, 0- 

c.,L..jjy,n3NV4;jr 

laikfM 4i7J»4a 

0*»KN HOimf RUN. li.4 

iim VAiumr pl. 

C0n4f 0 Vartofy and ^dan 
Ckko k uvic, Vaa k mi 
M4 aMurnaM, wail a 

t ml T bpmfpfma. dlniM, 




















































































































^BayshoiS* 

^ ndtrM. 


JACK 

MK lAY MALH im 


D.ULV CX)tONIST, V»cHri«. B.C . SuniU>. Sipt. H. 1»TI 
M HM-ltM rmt UUE HW*** ro* »AIJC |M> W >f»E» rOK »»LB 


iw MoinB* ro* It" HwsM roB iAi.r KotBBii row «Ai.r 


la 



Hit SHfLlOURNl 


4n4l4l 


$41,000 

2 RD a. dr 'fvrtfiiKDt^w 

DK Oi U/n. corner ttt. MLS VDH. 

LI>M <1 *,««»«;»»*■ “ 

Mr %rt»} u am f _ 


$41,900 

opm n Hwo M lh« c«0li- I All 

isas* js:*a.ii'arKur [OPEN hwse 

iw jsjara a jr. a*' 3 ms campus cres. 

ii«iiv cem«l«M fMmt aaK S0*c« SUNDAY 1 'S(M :00 

' jjsi ••...« *AU«» nw# 






.. , BRENT D, EWING 

4,MU.^« COLWOOD 

$40,000 $58,900 

2 BR GOOD LOT |v)gyy Listing 

L.ntd U7.m On« e«f)«r h«m« tntf »#li main- 

^ -^fy *TLI!S!tJ?! tUn*^. Tr**d fancad W on «w>*i 

doioi. Nicfc ^ »" .y.».. J?*^*.!SL'atrool. TN-oo bdroooo*. Hviftfroom 
natural Craolaca. dinM# 
«ntf werkaheo. Sa<iu<»M on oooo niKhon. oaiino orta, wn 

and ttrMt. _ • dock, rocraation room and work- 

, iftOCC , ihoo wall to wall rorpatmo. oan 

*■ 4774141 footuft wall and « 

2546 VICTOR 


"'"“SiSS ,Wt 
OPEN HOUSE 
DAILY 2-5 PM. 
859 DALKEITH 


aoaclein than It aoooart fr^ Orocioua now Traditional ttria, 
outaida Coma and vlaw tor i^gma oA aaoroidmatolv i Kra ot 
vovraatf MajY oartlaltv woodad land ovarlt y ina 

- --r.ii 4 i*ai 55fciwpaa. LaroalTvin 


maro iniormaAl 


Ma^ axtra' 


MARJ 
MUNN 


dmora 0 
am onth 


, __Laroa llvino 

'W’jarviXn' 
, a"'Srf,X*Tfn,V53' 

or crattiroom In tuti hlon i 
aaamant »)ua^ hoot lamnv 


mmtntt 

lhul% 

GORDON HEAD ^ 

Ml.in Ht ItiM «l«tr_S^ i»tl' i 

IM4 0<M _f»n4*4 JS 

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UPPER i 
ESQUIMALT 



victQila 

Realty 

LTD ■ 

386-3585 > 

OPEN HOUSE 
SAT. & SUN. 1 5 
WALLACE AT 
CULTRA 



M» Momw AAI.ie |!»» POB Ml* 



OPEN 
SAT. 3-5:30 
SUN. 3-5:30 

«01 RICHMOND RD 

$76,500 


A REAL HOME ; 

OtiMI lirtrl. CMM » Itat lly *|2' 
nira roar vird. •n»<Md 


Miod toatura 
accanh VL$ 

qglcR »a»a. ^ _ 

brent D. EWING 

3Ma434 m-saai 


M4r?5o«?'"wX ^ WJ" 
wtth acraaM- Maka #» oWor. vtaw 


wtth acri_ 

4774141 


1I4-W7 



NARRER 01 

at JW-Wi. ,iM _ - 

and larga aatlng 

WATERmONT ^- ^ 

i CX>RDOVA BAY __ 

CharmMQ cottaoa tioma an aa aM tamaa roam with ftraaiaca 
a^^tar^ M. HiahiarS a workahop. Thart art 3 
v>aw oroparty ovarlookint *-aca. 0 dtt*a . •"•V i 

Maro Siralta. Thia homa haa ia\»ndrf roam, dackt and W^aa.. 
coiv taoiint Out laroa iivmp lot* ot atorooa aoaca. 
room lor aniortalnini. Dtllffht- mreuptiovt. Many ' 

tgi outaida oraa tor your aaim-, marova to montlon. OouOia taraoa 
on barooMwa an tha paila. > with aotamattc door A 
aadrooma oUm privata cabin;igf moaa waniino ^prlwacv ar^ • 
tv vour vnilora. Rrwit traoa , <u,iat ilvina, a Quality homo m a 
and voaatabio tardan voa I now aubdl^^ wHh ovary co«wtj | 
wMch add to 0 moiiiw dial, nianca and 
For vaur own priwatt anowinoi twwia v ahuffia do^ coy^, 
pitaat call Oliir McLBOO, aardon H daairad ^Rri <2 I1M£W 
WwM ar MTTY McFAR-'lv lurttiar . lUotW®" 

LANOT MI-JW V ottic# 315.0741 or ROB OIRSON MS-SlSJi 
SM 33I1. , V iS*4}4l anyttma. | 


AAuat da aaid. vacant, pwnar WWL> t ■ Twka a* dif a* it loaka. Ovar i«M 

tranttvrod. Lovaiv i dym rpft |.y H'yvav. Ian Saankh'**. it on main tioer with 3 dod 
family homo, t^dod otam pp to Cuttrar _ , , room*, 3 twii bathroom*, a itP 

doort laid to ultra MODERN ' dWnf room and t^ moat A^O 


t.m ®‘*“ dd to Cuttrav 

iif. O R ^^“d'na ; JJgyJ' CALIFORNIA RANCHER ' £RN 0 # kitchon* wtti> # vary k . 
0 ) 0 ** door* m wmdock. N^; fuJ jq ft. SUNKEN i aaiino oroo Now caroatino 

kitchan wHh diMwaantr. Mioh meatiuaTM ilro- throyphout. Lawor lavti hat 4ih 

apaamant haa Mrm. .^^.oiLb, LARGE FAMILY OININO badrm, rac. rm. and lot* ot a o oca 
room, aathroom. Ry^od i-oom. IMARR kitchon wlth. igr furthor dovatopmont Eoouttfvl- 

let bock* onto ^rk.^ cobinalt ^ ly cwttivaiod 4dilM tot.^. B 

land Saro'dta. Raducad j EXCELLENT RUS RYAN 3M4II114 anyiima, 

..««« badro^a. wK^IR Ensuite. 1 "ni 
$4-2H< ART REAKEA 477-3tS7 hiS AND HERS CLOt- 

. , ets. main 4 .Rta bath. MoarMa 

Somethhing Newer 

Something Older ‘“(XT-uT.; 

**■“ . i 


\ eafi back vHthin 3B min.). 


_ RKAl.n LTD 

M B»tlM Sf. B4 w. 

YOU CAN PROf IT! 

_ L«» Of ocwmo»o'»n .L*. 

T(.l» 00404 "^1? Ooco 0.04104440 

. —T •dti^ oraa. a* <Mii 


VIEW PROPERTY i 
IN SOOKE 

rorf^.r»Jom 


DIFFERENT 
BUILDERS OWN 


np. oarloct 


ftc.’"*oo.:M So. , wkst coast 

0'»r!.‘i2srjr"1ur'i2, » o^o »«■. ooo,.o WI, 4.K4. rnNrranpoB 


partact condition 
man! 


4774141 


SOUTH OAK BAY 
NEWPORT AVE. 

An immoculoto and *4n*itlvtly 
ramodtilod homa pravldlnp * 
chokt ot tuncttonp tor in# v 
»ouara toot ot ORornmodatk. — 

Rraaantiy twa onarmaua bad- *tapa r^nrm , ,-- -- 41 .--- 

room*. ono of which can bt bathroonw o nd J* ^^**^^ 9,-? , 
raadliv mada Into throo. with clovi Hvln# room wim Jlr», 

two dothroomo and a 37-toot | olaca-o wy comp^ c*W'2$ 
iivlna room ond in-l1no dinino' aiacirk d'tchv wHh aotU>a aroo 
room bockino onto a *aci«iH)and a tam»y rpo^t t^ kUchan 
ooR cowrta copta. Good valoa aoain with a tt^piw. a 

tor TOl.ldO Cam GEOROEi bidroom* - 3 with 3-^- »lh^ 
•LACMURN tor mora Into, at otao 0 4-000. doth fMth!!.*^d!K 
SN.»I -y^rfM. 

S Mdat v’d-®® 
carry conoidaradto paotr — 

[••‘tv o.r J2r.?.7 . 4»k^.,..44 ludBtsBit . iMa iruiv laniaatk homa tori SON *sa-»isj. 

tha family a* won i» lor anior -1 ki/^ CTCD 

lalnlno. Tharmeooha window*.' PRIVACY NOoTtP 

astro inwiotion and two hoati- " „ .di¬ 

lator hrapTacai maka Tt moat Atil ronovatad atarw ar ^k- 
•ttractlva far thpaa inttraatad mant homo toaturlno 3 
* • .aroa ktlchan-dirwna. 


4«ca. BATH 


TWO ' 


U4.S00 


tu.« 


»M.u:a.4X rmf 

head. 4 ^m* oiu* dan. 

rac roamj^ tiraoi^. a>L’_5paciOUS 1 BDRM. 

sSw’l CORONATION Ave 
OPPOSITE jubi^ 

STf.iar ^ ^ ^ Oandv CMHC duiit. no, baaartyh 

Fv viawind ottnor ,ot thOM ai- ^.padroom Owntatow. Immacvtata 
caiiant homaa, 0 (^mii«ili Ituu 4 ut. livrno rm. wtth tirapiaca. 

CRAYDW MOOKtR aoaclau* fimily kitchan w^ 

ia -1111 ,J!r*'** ranot. frit, waahor an^ dryar kv 

IMMACULATE 


OPEN 
SAT. 1-3:30 
SUN. 1-3:30 

1700 LANSOOWNE RD. 

$50,500 

W ‘- I I7>17 ilvlnp rm. with firaoiaca 
‘ SER dtnlna rm. two bodroomt. 
. FULL diiimant . aortl^ dtvti- 
- Saclydad par^ daavtifu' 


P. R. BROWN 

ANODONBLTOf 

"Tha Roopw To Baa" 

LOOK AT THESE! 

VIC WEST — 3 MWopm. twM 
baaamant, ^aa 1^. Ortva by 
040 Rina Raducad H tSi.TN. 
Ownar AnKlowa. MLS. 

VtC WEST 4 Badroom. full 
Maamant. Ranttd M90 mth. 

by •• Futiarton $4t,fd0. 
Ownar AniUoM. MLS. 

CALL; DAVID SCOTT 30S-34SS 

taS0 RER ACRE 
IS# acraa. Timbtrad, 4 whaai 
driva accoaa. Suoaro wiaw* of 
Soeko BoaM orW Victoria. 
Rrincipata only piaaaa 
3IS-S4S0 OAVlb SCOTT 470-4«S 

OAKLANtDS 

$55,500 

Bunoalow atyla hama with 3 
Btdnioma on ttw mam floor 
and a eoaatbla third or fourth 
down. LvM4 llvino room with 
hardwood Nooa. Fomliy aim 
kTtet^ with laroa dinina 
arao. Encioaod aundack at tha 
raar. Full hlQh baaamant 3 
bathrooma, Fancad yard and 
antra oarkino. Ownar will can- 
aidar ofTvi. 

JI5-343S JOHN EVANS 477-4453 


BOORMAN’S 

0 ^'ir^t 

MfTVnTCI V 


QUALITY Bnd VIEW 

Excoiiantiv maintainad Vyaar-oid 
4-odrm noma on nlcaU landacapad 
lot. Rlaaaant vlaw from uc^ 
itvat. BrioM kitchan haa dinmo 
rook and huot aundack. bnka 

:j:r«.!3K ,4“Tf!3r.-i"S.’ 

othar brick tkooiaca in hut# 
ruihpua roam. Twa full bathrooma 
Ground lovol boaomont with tovor 
tntranca A/npIo oorkinf, pood 
notohoorhood ot nawtr homta. 

51«5“i5oyftcH*«Y m.tM 

i Nh.\K UHL.WDS (iATt 
I Grocloua ranch lyoa rcaidanct aot 
watt back on larpa let and bland 
' mo vorv won wifn oihor ooaullfui 
preoorfita. Tho layout of rooma 
maM* ii idaai tor antartainmo 
Largo throutn haiiwoy dividaa aio- 
oani iivinp room from formal dm- 
■np room. Gioaminp aak ftoora 
add mert. 


I wahJt 


PRoaai 

ta badrw 
w4th far 


nar d naod 
windowp. cia^ 


png kitcnan. li 


BEDROOM 
$45,900 


__ It, waahor ond dry 

cludod. 44ka. vanfty Bath. 

'.r.' »'Tfc£!rMSffK’r5K 

)04-3SIS or 47a-4aM. 


w»" BaBiiM M i Down a fOW aiair* frwn ina Buifi 

lukk^aala w^ry la a ith. vary nlc^y llnlaha^ 
lerfv tguao. Rrkod tor ouk« *«w oacolloni cioaai 

TliUCt 1AT.«*N_^ ^SyJSi’ 


driQht BR. with oicolltni cietat 
and built-in drawora .Tbart-a a 
''304-3P30 workahao down fnd Roc. Rm. 

Laundry Em. and Jrp Bathrm 
hava all baon atartad Tho Nncod 
raar aardan la larga. with lota 0 * 
Dottnfiai. but liho tho hema..natda 
a mtia TLC Thora’a antra park 
an araa of lovoly 
tha batch 
Tha peian- 

I.J 4 IBIMH Lpt* of aoaca for tnt tiai wm oa obvioua m thIa Pyr - 
*iamllv * 3 "iv 3 ^ra old. old. pricad below morioooa valua 
M. 4 •uicAMtt.j!;. lull uf.r 


IN LAW 

CUL DE SAC .. . _ . 

,'7 SSm’ VJlirJ 5Kr-XTMiJ!i.5. 

fa famllv. 

Ofwa to STS. 

last chance 
foreclosure 

wnhou 

nf- 


anarav conaorvalion. 3-4 


clout 

oatlni 


for a Quick uia. ll'a luai 
CRAY LORENZEN 

iaa-S4A4 Ran# 

MARY LOU LOMNZ^ 
3M-S4a4 Raoar TBS 


lOr 730 : 


badroom*. Maator with 
anauita and waJk-in 

Staihaavina kitchan with . 
art atW adlotninp family ruvm. 

Rrofau^ai landacapina and 
pood cornar let maka thia onai 
of tha moat atiracflva bwyt m . 
tha Jroadmoad ar«a Aakino , ins to. i 

li3S.»0. For tvrthar tntorma-1 odrm and 

tion piaaw call BETTY I 

MCFARLAND. SOtmt 
•5I-M37. 


, ... oanaiiad 

>.« raem with tiroplKt all M a 
laTpo^tancad tot. Good buv at 

St3-447S 


2 YR. OLD 
CUSTOM. 

_ R/^CHER 

Jwal immacuiata tnalda and out. 4 
**)^,**®^,^* oadrooma. trial# piumbinp, 1 lira -1 
\,SSJJ22|' SSt^t •‘•c»s« '•*Ya prlvato.dack. •rafaa -1 
oro^houaa^^joo*^ iionaiiv timahad family roam. ate. 


I apod. Sacludad aardan baautifu' h* 
. I !r«0 •'>4 Sbruta. Fully inauiatad . ”> 
. lO.E BUS RYAN 3144134 anviTma. > if 
- ' (ril call back vrltMn SB mtn.) . 

W^EK END 
DRIVE BY's 

C4II JIM PARK Hr liHI < 4 I 4 .I 1 
HOflM 4U.4II* ! 

R4nr ]i4.Mrs — 4n 1 

567 WARREN PL. ' 
$56,500 


- Baumant could oo turthar dtvol 
oood. Lorpo around* with IruN 
troo*. *eririki*r *v*tom and taclu- 
ision. Tht* eroetrty l» effarad at 
Stv.MO and will a total to tr>ot« 

' who aoprtciato ouaiity and leca- 
'lion. Fkianclne avaliatMt t-or 
' prior appointmant to viow tm* an- 
I ciusivt it*tin« piaau call; 

$0$ IS3S OLGA ZACHARY 5M 33tf 

OAK BAY 

Laroa charactar homa In tha Wil- 
. — lowt Batch araa. Clou to *chooi*. 

tnp room with a > aheoplna and batch. Lovatv living 
room with aunroom oN of It. Sopa- 
rata dining roam. «4rh *crv*l«l 
chandtfiar and »oa filmpaaa 
Larga kltenan with let* ot atoraga 
aoaca. Small dan with tirapiaca 
Mattor oadreom with 4.pca. an 

S ita. Uoalair* a turthar 4 bdrm*. 

u* S-pca. bath. A full Noh bau¬ 
mant for pitv aroa. workahoa. util¬ 
ity artd ttoraoa Obia. parapa. ' 
— * - • - • 


NEW LISTING 
$56,500 

Naar Ambaaaador Park In tha 
Lakahlll out. 3 badroom* on 
tha rnoin tiopr and a ao»»ibia 

- • * L^K 


btdream*. Iiactric H*at Full 
Paumant. Rk Room. Soocioui 
Kitchon, 3 Bathroom*. 


HOME ON 2 LOTS 

Of C04V comfort. , 3, 

_ pea. both on moln. 

call BETTYI^Inp room Wh f P ^^•'’•'•i 

-. , D.R. and wolf to wall carpatlnd. AI 

toll oamt w.i.ib drivo in garaoa. 


Ara you looking tor a unjo^ 
homa with old world «A#rm, 
oanaiiinp . . but . 
wont hoadacht* of roir 

t^aif 

f^b'"&»»mont'"uiurya 

- airily Tim*h 0 d >^ilV room. - ^ 

Ampla room to park your boat. Enoi^ad homa. APi^n. 1010 u 
U 4-$444 iraTar. motor hama. clou to ft. Eaducod to $40.m Ownar* 
ichoei* and ihoppfi« Lxatad in tranatorrad. mu*l ba uid. 
trw vOattttrn Community. A roal; ^ 

1114 *« i'..!!'!? US.!** T>i 2045 BRYCE PL. 


trjsrwnS' h.. . 

MLS JIM4. C4ll >«•. 

3U :ill oo*< •jj,*')?,' 

CRAVD^HOOKER 
300-3111 « 


7620 Blockthorne 
PI. 


EXECUTIVE 

RANCHER 


• vlaw piaau can Vauphn 
Thampaan or Morrit Lund, 100-3St5 
ar Ra*. 0S04S41. 


$80,900 


nmagta^Towwho^ ^ 


$d)00BTwRh'’fronT It I* • 

,',»i ciw«.. >m!L llSf’SU'iiXM 

dithwaihar in kitchan. 

>ioraoa room. You cannot ■Jfr • 
st^wof buv Anvwhoao, uo #n>tlma 
battor »)^^^^cVbaTBMAN 

477.C141 


LR. 

kttcha^- 

Loft Of 


S04-3B37 


'UPLANDS'' OF 
SIDNEY 

,W.' 



|0,\KBAY 

PRDIE WATKRI-’KONT 


t tuti oaml with 

rrHffiiRfco 


SL3».n00 

Rara opportunity to ocduira o 
•uptrb oroparty lA tha hoori of 
Oak lav with twaapina view* 
tram Mt. Bakar to Owmpica. 
Rrptotiionaiiv-iandKOood opr- 


SAANICH WEST ! 

mmxulatoiy ranovatad . 3 . bad-.; 


MINI ESTATE 
11170 HEATHER 
ROAD 


quSm *tratt. Firaoiaca in briont 
I3i13 L.R. and a uptrala dsninp 
raom. Evaryihrna wpdatad ovar tha 

__ . - — -- aatt 3 y^i A*kino Ut.fOO 

dan axtondt riaht ta tha botch | w.B. hEMMINGSEN S0^447f 
Tha modarn heuu oentoln* 3i 
laroa badroom*. tpaciout llv¬ 
ino room and aaoarata dinina 
room. Madam kitchon. h'lT 
baaamant with dan ahd addi 


3*17 SHBLBOURNB 


JAMES BAY 

Oriva bv 140 Simeoa to ua a ' 


DRIVE BY 
1421 HARRiOP RD 
BRABPOOT AREA 
$52,900 

I inwnacuiaio. ooiv. twa badroom. sj aero* at Slol.OOO or 3.3 Kra* at 
.TiJ^flhS Full boumant homa with many iijl.aoo. Lovtiy S 
eioount taalwra*. lovoiy lecailon. and outbulldinp*. 

YiJSn iJSdKER ttt iM. .44. iHTrtS 


Quality conairuction, tlnl*h#*' 
and vary wall mainiainod u 
ha* tha •pact you'va aiway* 

IS?, “SIKH'S' 

deer* off D.R. to aundock. Full 
boumant. Yau'iT leva ^ ^ 
room. Wall tlniahod end proba 
biy the largoat^you' 

Jard, ^bilautllufl? ^!pidKio«*-, KSI 


OWNER HAS 
BOUGHT 


Oalighttul 3 BR UlH 

«.»«. 4. M5.000 s. «>.. .'«*• VINTAGK 

CONNY YASEY ownar of 0 comforiobk homa *.t. HOMK 

477 di 4 l oorm t‘na on avar 1 ocra of land m tha "'^*^*^* 

4/r.uMi m iiankinaoo Vaikyl Think of tt># 

ceuntrvHdo atmoaohora. tnt con- 
GOKwu vtnianco* ot a lecailon clou to all 

. KjAvy arnanma*. and ana toroaeui llaar 

\A/ATEft^vAY *0 ctiilna haatHator brick fR In an 
VV I tTV V T r M tamliy room Call any- 

aiirArhva S BR Mtit. Matiar on- tima and I will ba pia aa ad to ahew 
*uita WW FR, R I roc room wtth ^ mrougn. ^ 

FR LMaef ttoropo Seme viowo. aH-Otal LINDA K. aTf-iSiS 

F4», 


ooroea. 

MUTHO 

HOOKER 304-3505. rat. 

baumant with d^ ahd odd'- nawly ranovatad oidar 3 bdrm sp*.*])! 80O-31O4 _ 

tionai bathroom Tha houu Ji .«ma. LaruWtchan and uearati \ -L- I r>\A/ PiM PYMT 

In immKulaia condition intida pming room and In-lina ilvina, NcOt LonOtOrO LQK6 LL/W L/IN. r T fVi I . 

and out. Fx furthor dotail*' room. A 4 oco boih uo and a ' oc\ cr\f\ T/^VA<« A. /*/n. imtrw 

enncaminp thi* moat •itra^'.''*, pca. on tha main. FuM baumant $5l ,500 ' OWH Oi COUHTry 

''.all JvHN I AfbiiSM 4.it a-m ^ 


Atkina iJS.hIO 
I W. B. HEMMINGSEN 


CHARACTKR 


Much charm and ti 


I pact 

'lil^ 


HIGH OCEAN & 
MOUNTAIN VIEWS 


Briaht with attn 
ppna window* C , 
*twrdv.^ a^lau inH 


CONNY 
477-0141 pgr. 718 


MBY 


THE RERMANBNT 


abia ixation 
homa* ara now very Korct 
Ownar laaving N - - 

will taka affar* on 
full dotail* oi< 

LIS COUTTS 

JAM>a BAY NI-^R PARK 

Small hedu. *molt tot. 


chitxi 


stew HOMES 
$49,900 To $64,900 
ill “sm* ft-rniS?™ 

tana window*. hootHOtor FR. 
ch^ of coOfhOH, ooroot*. l‘no. 

,II«41 •»>'« 

WATER VIEWS 
CLOSE IN 

0*«ir«biO Cordovo Bov 4 
«7iu"'''"3cKHOWe$ 4»51» 

$1595 DOWN 

ArarU now. 3 BR hOi<U in fh*, 
?ltv Ff thorma window*.' 

Mpw can you boat thi». Can ma 

•ToW' JACK HOWES 4$l 5W 


■ - I *0x100* cpurivord with finmiain., 

p>i a aava ST'•v Jt-SS* I ilahoond. an acra of lawn*, I 

rl rl*lAMI I ^ FMVLLIS fn * • "Butchart Oxdon" utuno. 

I I I I JUIv I I COUTTS at SNS331. mmT m span to bt aoprxiatu 

LLL\/r^lll a ‘ ___ lA&ln# I1M.B0B. Eo*^ ^ijj.. Fx 


. Owtttandinp Country Eitato — E*- 
4 ui*lta, xTvat*. and lunuriou* Ar- 

.. -^•ipnod. out*tandin* 

.urn noma. Mon- 

........ .frxixa. Frof**- 

*ioiul itafA* tncluda 2 tpmiiv 
room*, tuearix xtxtainnunt and 
dining araoi. antra larpa Millard 
, room. Evx tho ^aAifui kitcnan 
•....ii^hM tha vlaw*. Entxix ixlvdt* 

•.Tm'.'I tppciou* q^urlyord with totmtain. ^ 

ale'. 


$45,900 

Graat ixatien, *uox 3-badroom 

-- — full oatamxt homa. ftuatod on a 

homo. Larga LR targa io*. taatxai »aac>x> kltch- 
■tiiaix firaoixa. pn. Hv. rm. with fir^xa. Dr^n 


ractiva cxnx 
lo^irvo 
inikk aiu out 
) X 4 BR homo. ‘ 
and OR haail^x 


3M-S4*4Sr.T 

47*.t5» 


!;ln!S!: 


'«ila’'vS' i ^rLanffiSi 

laau call FHYL-'*ienal Horn* tncluda 
at SIB-3B1. jroomt. p 

I 


CaN 

MacFxiana. 

RX’ 71* 47*.t53l 

GRAYOON HOOKER Uair* xaa tx fxthx davaiop- 

3P*-9in 50B-3IB* dil447 X 4SB-BBP4. 


Arxrfu* arx Of ftofOpp ST.\RTER. JW.OTO 

Haod A tuporb homo of put SIMPSONS-SKARS AREA 


..iMt M sa< 

lAikint liM...- -. 

call JACK 


Sooth Fairfield 
Duplex $46,900 

Brignt ue and down on a laroa 
loi, nax tha xax. Encaliant 
•tartx. aa«v to own. Coll 

tOMV. MLS; 

PiTfl DON 


NORTH 

DOUGLAS 


»tanding guoiity. Built in 
1H4 X ^3 of X ocra. New i 
compiotfiv ramodoliod witn . 
vary anopnalva carpatt, 
light*, wailooox*, draeat. 
hat watar 4 tanad haatina. 
h^ LR. aoppratt ^mai 
dinix roam. 4 IR'*. 3 bath*, 
dan and rx room. Mtpnitl- 
cant kit. wim compactx. 
ditnwainx- axburttx and 
Long-Ball caolnati Doubia 
aarapa pix tvtrt pavad 
Mrklng. Ha* to M *^ ‘0 i 


BECKNKLR 3II-S«44.waii maintainad oidar 3<*txay 
'4 ' homa with baumant, t BR'*. larpa 

KIR I lot, taearaia paraot Naw wiriw. 
59P-3IPi, piumXna and tlxco. A*klx 
*54.400. MLS. 


Bripht kitchan. dining 
living room Ong badroom x 
main and CMid X two 
Full boaomont. wirod fx wi 
X and drvx. Oood-aifpd ^ 
Fl*a*# call FMYLLfS COUTTs 
at M-333t - 

MEMBER 

Raixatlx Sxvkx Canxa 


- T. aoproci 
$m.OO0. ML. 
viawing 
SB5 3438 RO' 

“ * Brown 


WM 


4264 THORNHILL 
$82,900 
OPEN HOUSE 
B.C. LAND SUNDAY 1-4 



THC 

»MI$TO«Y 

MAKIRS" 


WHIfTOMES 

SAANICHTON 


TRIANGLE 

^^OUNTAIN 


9421 INVERNESS 
CAPE COD 
$114,500 

Brand now. Supx guallty Apxon 
7.040 M tt 3 bedroom*. Ooit 
^ru ong booch xc«u at from 
Jox. 

194 DENISON RD. 
OAK BAY $155,000! 

IPO dagru vlaw* X tx laa ang 
.Olymelc*. 3.000 «a ft. finl*had 
apoca. Arehitoct datifnad. | 

TOWN 
AND 

COUNTRY 
REALTY 

ssn DOIMULI ST. 1I1.7174 

YOUR GAIN 
Owners Hove 
Bought! 

' X this 

r m. 

at 

_ M^fft 

'X:. 



3rd down. 

'■ aotaca _ _ 

iPKiout kitchx Xth dining 
ergo Full high baaomom and 
a ixpa OO'nlM' lot. 

305-343S JOHN EVANS 477-4453 

UPLANDS 

Grxieui homa with chxm 
•^ fed ovx 3000 

*Q ft. at xmfxt and tea- 
ciouanaas. 3 Badroom* xd xL 
vtio don with a llrxixt. i£i 
Larw prxleu* Iivinp room *4-7331 
with a My window, flropiaca. 
hardwood floor*, saeoroft din¬ 
ing rooMi and o kitchan with 
a Vookfast nook. A aaav»fuiiv 
tandKOgad axdx with a 
»prlnklar lystam. A txiudad 
Milo ovxNOki the erivoto 
roor txdx. Idaaiiy suilod tx 
ooooi* who daiira xivocy. 
comfort ortd pleountna** In 
tha haort x tha Uoiond*. Cx- 
tainiy a xigut and vaiuabfa 
xoearty ottarad at *t30.m. 

305-3435 JOHN kVANS 477-4453 

JAMES BAY 

3 Fine oldx 3-oadroofn tvii 
battmant homa* x on# lot at 
a low oiking xica of 044.ns. 

Eixtricoi uadotod Roof ii ra- 
eiacod. Furnica raotxad. Ona 
horn# hat had guttx* and 
down apeuta raplacad. hott*** 
pratxtlv raMad. Rrimo hold¬ 
ing or davatpgmxt preparty. 

ZoMi law d^ty mvltipla 
dwoiiina. Live In ana. rant th* 
oihx. A good opxoxh to X- 
fordobia housing. Ciopr titi* — 
u mevo new end txt odvan- 
toft X tha xaaxi inixaat 

»S.«» 

ESQUIMALT 
SAXE POINT 

Outttanding 3-BR uavlaw 
horn*. Iridta ooproach load* 
to a laroa nvlna rxm taatur- 
ina a vauitad toiid baam call¬ 
ing with tkyllaht and rMwood 
tirxiaca. Oina leeklng out 
ovx tha strait at th* olymeic 
Ml*. X food xaoarad in tha 
modxn kitenx ttaturino ex¬ 
tern oak eaXnats. thx rotir* 
dawn Into tha oott badroom 
aroo Xth xlvata tertanad 
dack. A guaiitv bXIt homa just 
ovor 0 VOX Xd with oiocirtc 
naat. buiil-in vxuvm systam 
and many athx faaturt*. TM* 

Noma wa* dotignad for thou 
wx with tomafhix diffxxt. 

To vi*w COM: 

K. 0. MOORB 305-3435 

WESTERN 
LIVING 

Thit oil now Sbodrxm Xttlnc- 
tiva post and eaam vauttX liv- 
loacaj^rMl* locatad m a 


catad X larga ix iioo'iiN^With 
sacludad vxd and gracious Xd 
oak traa. Siia.O** “ • 

-- toVE 


a 3-BXm.. 3-yrXd stra- 
sTiuattd X wall land- 


OPEN HOUSE, 

Ml■/>V.Ain...A KA Bi */“■ I In living rm. Cp 


AND INSURAMCa 
ABINCV f.m 


$2,000 CXWN 
$200 MONTH 


must SELt 

!DROOMS 
«, clot* ti 

*00 ^hl 


Naw sXit i*v*i 3 1‘raoiacx Good 
tardx Mil. Landteapod. saadad 

>awn. 

SEVEN CHILDREN? 


3 OR 4 BEDROOMS 'k.i^* kA ll -. D 

• * to OMch Not o MiMionoircr 


3 X s 
CMIdrx 


Largo lot. uavitw*. , 

x'ra*i**^xflrtc*"va*u4lS*thliM^ $57,900 

BR con- rx^'wtln^ropiKS^a^it* d^i*v« TX • 

wTr'k'SK:ra'?5'n/?u«^hi 

' ' -r.-|. u <1 Sop cendi- ^nd ook flax*. 

, muxTlli o;irt*oSu^ Ahd a 

..n., C.H m. «.*• IIO- «18 AIWIM-*,!. 1. .!». (l.tf'JLin’lil, II.KIK. ! 
JACK HOWM ASAIIOC .71 iJM SAIrltY WHO .71-7451 *"< 

All but gift wrpopad. 

NEW HOMES 

IN 

CENTRAL S/UNICH 
To Vlaw At 
YawT Convanigne* 

Fiaau CaiJ 


Gama* rxm, aiav^*. ! *'♦" mjnv 

flu 4 tt DXklno. Aung tSr.tOO to Xwn ThI* 

chaaox 

Ir^'ui 

ACREAGE 


5 arfM. NkA 

DiT.aiLt L.l».».». 

clou la fowh. Asking I3l,fo0 Call 

T»Vpur*"'jACK HOWES PSP-SIOP 


OAK BAY BEAUTY 
$73,900 

Suaarb conditix ixauahovt 
I tadrxms. L shtpad LR 


BUCKiNOHAM PLACE 
(UFFBR SHELBOURNE 
OFF ARBORDALE) 

&AT. B SUN, 3-4 F.M 
4 NEW H^ES-P*7.MO-*4f.30O 

thermofanb, windows — 

GOlDON HEAD AREA. 

A.H.O.P. DUPLEX 
SIDE BY SIDE 
ONE LEVEL 
$45,000 

Naw 3 bdr. A H O.F. dyXax 1300 
so ft. X atch sida Ah x ona 
tiox Lxatad x auiX ne-throuoh 
tirtai. *3Jpo arxt avaiiabia " 
Mitchaii 4^-4#ir 


Immacuiata 

ootVVara ioi.’wali 10 
■- Ilvina rm. dinix 
Yooms. Firapiac# 
Ina rm Cxvtnlxl utility 
room oft Hall AHachX caregrt 
ax stxaa* araa. Askix 551.SN. 
To vlaw this xo^tv oi*#u 

OAKLAND AREA 

{tartar or ratiramxi- I-Bdrm. no- 
itx bungalow x larga aasv<xa 
IX clou to •hoepinojxd traxpx- 
latlx Asking iO.SOO. MLS. for 
mxa inixmation piaau caH' 
]gp-437l TadWHkinsx 
Nt-4371 Oliver Douglas 


Yx can maka . ... 
larga, modern guaiitv 
home. I have aopralsad 
ovx SIO.000.00 Saa this and maki 
a xkk otfx Owners musi 

7 Acru. mealy landacioxf. partly JJi** cah A'^7nm*x^ tddrm 
traad. w.th swaaoina viaw* X Gix MyyVx JB^374 
Ltka araa An titeaiiam family x .m rjra, 

noma w “■ 

3*M so 

MLS Priced al $05. .. .. 

-IGH MUNRQ ^-5S3* 


- . Mth*, over 
Including FR with FP, 

'.m.oo 


NORTHERN PACll 
UO 
4^W 


aracioui 

. - -Rclusiva 

tOVE BAIilOW 477-NSa 

WATERVneW 
; ESQLIMAI-T 

1 This I* xl thf usual thrx 

badroom nerng wtth Watxviaw a* 

it :* X 's-ocra IX and hat a t«<o 
badrxm in-taw suit* X the lowx 
fiox Barowsa It i* DwXai .*xa4 
can bo used at tamily home, in- 
taw arrancamxi x ravanua. 

Pricad S7t.7S0 Call. 

JOHN JENKINS. SI5I»I 


NORJ-XXkK ROAIl 
$167,500 
KIR.ST TIMK 
ADVERTISED 
A vxv taaciX ena-ownar home, 
custom built by Phiiip Ho'mas 
with th# finest matxioit txougn- 
out. wool broodloem. lath and 
xaatx iritxlx Unix. aM funy 
inauiatad to brxM modoiiion tion- 
dardt. Ovx VM sg. ft. finiahad 
includina S BRs. don. 3 bath*. 35 
ft. rx. room, ond a doUgnftvl or- 
bxita kitchx with buHi in apoi-- 
oxx. Maixa tx x cop i x sx in 
fiowxina shrub* offar colour xd 
erlvxy but a minimum X maintt- 
nanx Evx a fuHy auhxnafic 
sxihkix svstom. Tha xttr* xx 
exty hat box maticuioutiv mam- 
tainX ar>d imxovX durme ihv 
past IS vaars. and it new eN*rx 
lx sal* fx tht first tlmt- Fx ax 
pointmxt to vlaw pioku cxtaci 
3P4.753I J P DUECK 47a-a*0« 
5tS tS35 GAILWEINB2RG 477 4447 

WATERT'RO?^ 
SWIMMING POOL 
$99,900 

In a levalv ruXk araa w*K aff tha 
baatx track but xiy 10 mlrvuit* 
from downtown Vktxit Entrance 
hail, bia swfWan L R.. saoaraia 
0 R.. big Kitchen 3 B R.t and i><a 
RR. X 3rd IBR. aK» huge oatio 
with covarxJlBr) area and 37-it 
indxr pxi.yfmmxiata aotsatsren. 
' Clear tlHa /vuS). 

314-7531 fOHN PLATT 313-7700 


OPEN HOUSE 

SUNDAY 1-3 
UVIC AREA 


MM witn IMuiy IM 
j< ibmIo. ^ 

■<< >Min M CtllUW. tv» 
la^o .ncti.n -Mh (tml^ .oom 7U4]1t 

"VIL!!?!* u\Jm 

ipaw.n' natural CEDAR 


NEVBR JUDGE A 
BOOK .... 

O'cootno I - 

r>«f Basamxt nga 

friial Walking 

..... 

UPLANDS BORDER 
GRACIOUS HOME 

wat bx. wx kax 100 x JM IX. 

undxtround PFfiPjUWA - - - - - _ - _ 

' 'J****??! f'rt- •”•'' cxiamaxary homa; 

IN 477dl4l F|¥N COLp^ for sgie. ||‘* paautlf^ul *12 Nichol- 
-iM OOLORil MILES *pn igff Ovadri. north X McKax 

I il#) . 


Two ' 

or\d DR 
high Mia 


Maifty Estavan araa wtix# good 

MARRY ATKtV ivu. *W-1717 

«traoi. Benu* Lino entry to 
hadaX. xivata aardan. Qukk salt, 
natdad. 


4385 COLUMBIA 
» CMmK *« $68,900, MLS 

.T 1 5 vax old wXI siaXad. good i 


5 ACRE 
HIDE-A-WAY 
144,900 

v*4i * totatly sacludad Hida-A-; 
it high X a rxk amongst 5 


Com* to 40SS Di 

riahf turn off Ed_ _ 

Max Rd Buy naw and hav* 

M AAAKOK oPd Bxm Houta. Both hpuM you 

$49 900 have a cXica of corgatlng. Trodas 

aceiXX. Lxv dx^ Mvmxti 
iOOKI." GOOD FAMILY AC- with txms'w suit your budgX. 

'nV 's 

aa44 OyARTZ RD. AND CALL fdM &.7l«7 

****^ “*fc-3573| BY OWNER 

900 Sq. Ff^ 41,900 goR*®" 

7 Plus bdrms., living rm. km FF. 
lae. kitcnan, e^t. It's a tiui. 

300-4371 Ruth Lukaltit. 4/7-004 


A START IN 
HOME 
OWNERSHIP 
FOR $32,500 

Invest In thi* tin# 3 t^rm. Tawn- 
houu X BurnsWa Xth l<i 
xthroams, llvln# room, dining, 
room and cxvxixt kitchx. 
Extras Ixkida swfmmix gxl xd| 
amx* ream lx Xltdrx la piov I 
You cannx otfxd to rant this kixi 
of acxmmodatix If you cx x- 
tord to bw It. Minimum 
Mvmant roauirX is xiy 
P^a Jim “* ■ 

4N-5977. 


jna u_-- . - 

aulat txiudad araa X Rxk- 
xixts: baaXIfuiiv trax with 
Oak. MaoTa and Arbutui. 
Thxa it a stana sx thrauth 
firxixa Xvidix the ilvina 
room aX dinloQ room. A **<• 
ex Siena firaaiax gracx m* 
ttXv-famiiy xaa. Thart k a 
skvilgM uXix cenlQur tub 
In tha cxamic fllad main Mth- 
room aX a skvlight In tha 
mMtx b^oom with 3-»iac* 
xiulta. BaaXHul southward 
taMSure everieokix Esoui- 
mait Tfsrbx. Raca Rxki and 
Sooka Hills. AH sxvicas under- 
oreuX. Atkix StS.SM (X'ow 
txav's rxiacamxt) MLS. 
view bv caiiix; 

1^0 MOORE 3IS-343S 

KIPOT 

CONST. LTD. 

Builder o( >Y)ur futur* 


7^ 


; 

fiM-Wnuil 

Truot 

- I|ES9| 


HHISIM 
IMAU 
S0S-31ZI 
M0 QUADRA 
470-7H1 


SRIJXT-DELUXE 


d m a 3 yax old- i3 
tuoarXy eensiructX 
IQ. hx* It a 3 oadrxm, 
hroom, rocK firxiact. 


Wtbbx 303- 


GORDON HEAD 
SPLIT LEVEL 

. bgdroem i 

labilahad rg 


r«Aijvao 


GREEN FERN 
3 BEDROOMS 
DOUBLE LOT 
BRAND NEW 
BUY IT 


in* modern xau<v. Wall, as-' Way sat high x a rxk i 
tabilsnx flowx tarXn Waodsy ACRES of lewxix trxs 
mountain viaws Anaiovt ownx 
aaxxiatai your anxiien. 


IMAGINE 


• ram 

fllN 47aet30 

4*3 3738 


■Edallas by the 

SEA 

$109,500 

X'; 


h^ T*''only 7 'yoar* rf^ The rilCBaurd ymi wouW get 

« -— - aiiftiiraM ' ' , ' all 

frrmi owning b 3-bedmom 


wlin lust 3 bXrooms. SUNKEN 
Ll/ix roam with Firxixa. J oco 
X tiii'ilPw owe grtiwt. ihax y -4dt*M 
X wnh 


Vantrelghl Dr. 

23SO to ft. randhx x oxlv 'y 
acra of xnny, tacludX *X traX 
let. Faaturat. OMxmical 3 ixa 
nx wotx hoatix. xrnt Sabia 
walk. Mk caXxti. Halt rxk ftra- 
piaca aX xxn tiraptaca in lami 
ly rxm. teak cXinoi*. cemxctn'. 
dUhwaihar, cedar siding, oalid 
cx# doxi IhroufXwt. all aatxlx 
ax inixix walls rnsuiatX. Sub¬ 
stantially xlow raXacanuni exit. 
47f-d4*5 avxings 

' BARGAIN $39,9n> 

3 Bdrm lixco honva Xth Xu- 
mxt clou lo city extra. 


HO-ME5 from $4S.000 

fedluring: 

—'niermo wind«ms I 

—R't" insuletifin in ceiHn: | 
Vyefir insured wurmniv 
or will hittkl cuetom ' 

,\slc UP ehnul pt'rr.iMBftT i 
participitinn plan or if your' 
thinking of moving to a 
mailer hoiLX. 

fjwkhX For further InformBtinn 

loi please phone: 

::xss!s:. xr.r\.x,.»' .r mkf. «mo« 

'•m WOMX 383 737* or tM-SfTT VIC 65MU03 

Anytime 


..)IH laval homo In n 
rotidxtiai orx ot Ox 
ex Hfx. Oorgooui livix roerr 
with ttior to cgiiTna itex tifi 
PIXQ; formal dinix room 
iiidix ei 0 *i dex to "tunny" 
dKki leotiON kitchx with ' 

arxi mxtar XT- 

Built ax wQlk-ln . .. 
family room x fourth 
xtry level} tooclovs 


lira- 

with 

iiti; 


<rat ) 


$38,500 
30 HAMPTON RD. 


. feat of guift luxury Topi 
C iarka ax PatWat Ci-'itirxiixixrxr cxXmmium in I1-upiti 

-- uiidin*. Evxcnaxix k*x oi . 

tx ua tramx X veur windows i 
nn two ildx. Full kitchx with 
braakiait area avtrioekfx eifos-i 

ant xrk Amglo cloNtt. Own 
-i-i.: -- f- . . .laundry rxm. Oocx In soft winiar 
Mxa's unbaafMN valxl 3 rax ■ whit* ian*«. it thi* tx vout 
old. 3 b^xm Tudx stvk homo 
, with ihak# rpof Tn * beautiful 
I traad saftix. fwHy landtcai 


uiiiity rxm 

Ml •foxrty fx ► _ 

&RS yet iacXX lust 
Wtafxn spxdwav. 

LEI WROSlL aX 
RANDY 8MALL 
8 0ns. Fagtrs 8*5 or 0S4 


WESTMONT 

R|AtrY '»T 3aa-4434 

OPEN HOUSE 
SAT. l'.3IM:3U ' 

USPGJUUUJi 



;^«owN 
y JlANSHOO 





I lit) 47f'l3i5. 

OFfN HOUie SUNDAY l-i 

' tafxia vtit ' 


^ ^ .. ^ g \^;i T sftNkUA^ V ARfclN T 

HiStaiTio. o|xn llvlnn room •iwl m»»- LoSmw"m*'ow''’K7!o<i**ojify! 

■ ■ '""" .Ivr rock-(.c«l liroplarr *?!?'« nSM’"!! SffiJl 

full hrlghl o( IhU A mmr. MwmKiJ-Mon otymrM utim icuo) •inMi_n«- •v*mv cvMf i' 
.■.mvrniml lo»t-lyii 4 . >loo 

oprnini! 'inlo th» llvinK,_»owoiN KiALTy JM-SHi 

moi7i ixivwiii»fr» .» rumiHi«' Broadmeod 

rmmi alx) whh firdtdBi-e end tQQ O^n 

IVfdecf hnihniom. Pin* load* '' .''TT 

rtTom for other develojH 


- .Aox. in CALLING 

Lteaw M Town and Country ] sida fsaixx wall Jo wall, xicti w/vi iai>- a a a. ■/* 

yrf. Sf YOUNG MODERNS 

fMiH irsM Fwll haaomont. Idoel kifchx with teak cobixti ond ... 

tar the htXvmon [* viM call- dliiiwxhx. MParai# dm- Hflvft tWO 

fx ma htxvmx^o vww caip. vvc nave TWO 

4774141 ' ^Wsxr 401 xh?xl. ' 


Brifix Amarican Raaitv Ltd 

‘ seahoarp 

OONSTRIXTION 
OPEN HOIJRK 
n';NTRAL SAANICH 
Saturday aX Sunday- Soot leax ment yiiu may require. 

17, 3:00 0.m.-4 00 p m - - 


Fjrr, "cr «S3 

.X tx IIM dlihwathx. TX rxit^rp 

lys' 


"Faaeta Hateix Faapia ' 

SOUTH OAK BAY 
McNatl & Newport 
$96,700 

WXn 


,x tx lix ditfwraahx. tx 
! room la lareo ax rxdy ‘ ~ 
•' dxkgd. 1 X 


. tou will exiva a 
badrm wtth full 


LxaiX 
xit tl 
buiidina. . . 

3 Xihroom, 

privata lauXry rxm in tna 
xita. with private xtio and 
lawn ouiMMk, all tx tST.SN 

"•"'r.'^AiTOSi 

SID HASLAM 4n^tl0riBS-3i31 

FAIRFIELD 

Charmix oldx 3 Mrm homa 
wtth 3 txtra bdrms and uxn* 
rxm k-ptlairs Larx llvirka 
arid dinix rxm with tira¬ 
piaca wan to wall ruo. x«xa 
dark xamad xllix*. Larga 
mXtrnliX kitchx. uparata 
xaokfxt XM oauid X mada 
into IsunXv room. Mott et- 
main flex richly radoexatad 
GoX Xumant. covxad pafio- 
Moarate axax aX a bach 
lax. Rxliitlcallv prlcX at 
9*8.300. CALL RON CROW 
anvtlma) sa?-4f0*, St9-3I31 <i 
have tx k*y). 

OLD CHARM 

iocatS). ... 

Xlighttul oldx 7-exm xma 
(mastx bdrm. 14.0x13.0 m 
*ita). Unlax lIvix rgdm with 
rod driek llrooioco, buMt-lfi Mt- 
tat aX etat* rail all m darn 
finix. Basarxnt no* watx 
Xat attached faraaa Raaiia 
ticaiiy prT^ at Cali 

RON CR^ ( a n y I I m a I 
5*3 400*. SH-3131. 

opb:n house 

aSAT.-SUN. 1 :30 to 4 
4040 IJU<EH1U. PL. 
NEAR NEW 
TWOBEDRMS. 
THREE BATHRMS. 

A rul •mart ttvo-rm. bwnga 
tew With fully XxieoX xu 
mxt- Rx. rm FF, wot bar. 
lets X tktra*. but come tx. 
Fnx in«extlx Full x'ca 

9*3-0*37 ox 300-4771 


ftf 


. 3:00 0. 

7030 SigrXr Flaca 


k'Pintv Now wffdx coxtrxtix.^Df^a bjt;"*!*. 

W .1 1 IMMI 


Sa^h* Mnwi#^ fh^ hr 
yard X*Twal tX rlr' 
trax ax k J* xrof.. 
IX heuu Full xka 

mi* - * - 


abova avxae* 


770* Xthx Flaca 


1 A.r'R’F 
SUBDIVISION 
POTENTIAL 

tnaw 


HM thi* 3 BR- full 
homa. Fatxitiai fX 4 
oood rood f^tax .!# 
make votjr gHtf, 

4774141 


SUNNY 
BRENTWOOD 
969 CLARK RD 


*' new Home* 

tuM baxmewt. if ytw'ra xvix an e 7 i Qn/\ 
a b^oi cetx out aX ua haw 4 / I ,tUU OnO 

is. $ 74,900 

^om vl?(aaa**hoaar****n"c2ortl *’•'’* Juntllpn of 

*X *Ji^’ A^; xie.*k2J;C*d0r Hill X Rd ax MtKanilt 
*tfleTTK jw* • * NIX xw*M xiy, X twa 

•N.wu M4e»ja ^ aul*faXix xw Xma 

UNIVERSITY 

II J^i vFRN HOUbl3-4 

SpL j I .IF y FI Pdftdf^d* viawix By aaxinimant. 

I Larx lPi.liUAH*V;V ,Tv toi 
f"Itr##i#ca*f*3 '•"'•'•'"'i vour*' 

atiaeXd 


175 par 401 


xick ff: Tw b#tx. aniy f raar* 
Aid. xat ixescxix Raducx to 

FAODf ILWILL 


GORGE AREA 

Afo yx toxinf far 0 cpmfartabia 
lami^r htma HI a nica xaa claaa 
to •«xii and *X 0 fix met can 
aiu xxida xivacyt Than, aim 
- aif mo far fvrmaf mformenen 

oX IX oeftfluniiv ft MR fhl* 



ajwi 

port, foxX 
pot* AfM ' 

w 

KIDNEY PRIVACY 
fbdrm. Bunaaiow. I*'! BaiXj fami-' 
ly ropm, fWp fIroolMM. fxcx, 
raar yard, vary larx suf^k 
appraa 4» X ft ax afiacXd' 
fpraea- eardan txi tpti of' 
fryff trax. an W4cra l^^^^ I*' 


otwr'e 

Jf*tl Fit 


this on B Urgd tretd krt 
the end of a no-through /-via/mcd 
direet. If thia pound* like 
your lypd of living, I va 

’ 10 'wallerD?iv"a’ ax"w^ ihe houBd for you. i'rire r^- ^RfJgJ’Vowii.' iovaiv 

Ml*- Call Ken rxm, larx Mtnx roMi e ^ 

R,.. B.IK rar <i".i{* 

many aitra*. 477400$ 

OPENDAD<Y 
5;».7:nO 
Parfact family homa 
Itraaf with 4 
room I 
carpatii 


rx _ 2 S|l#rx jiodr'..^ .. 

If lea ua.W for.iy dxignx ih a yinw ratl^tfai 
igt fix homa arti- Now i» tX ttrho fa Pk* vaur 

INAUQHT 5034: 

X »-l77f fxytimal_ 

SINGLE FAMILY 
A.H.O.P. 


JOHN.tUNYAN KAnnl 

IMMEUUTE POMES8ION 


«7, M»-OOIIDON HtKD 

2276 EDGBIjOW 
OPEN HOUSE 

.- 

ai^*Vau 


5 cH d 


C7A ODD ' ONLY 2 LEFT 

“ WT-w® and m.wi 

• ^3 larx x7 ixivixaliv ewatom eafanad -- --' xlir 

byaiity caxfruciX ta uva aXrtv V,y.*y. 

^ Vix* — ail Iharmodox window* 


$61,1100. 

Buy dirtcf from IX builXr ^orter, 

3 bodrxm*. W W carpal Txrmo 
winXw* 



I badroom*. *0^ 

___ Ityla dxign, 5 

buiidar'i wxrantv. 84l.aoa, 

«4m payments under 
‘ “ front ovaTiabi# it 
Mamiliix ttoidixs 


mora 1 

it'fe 


^xanf,' |xa*od clou t* 
.. I voor old. You mutt view 
Intorlor to axfoclau tx x 
taaturx 10 view at a 
suitahia time call Lon Thom- 
471-0010 or Mxb t^fson. 
OowflOS Hawkx Ltd 


vif trax. on 

ilS'Aiit 

ciiar actor xmi 

0pan howu 
wxkax aff 


full xsamant, 
jtno. ranovdfad 

•ifvT^x updafad 

wxkXv avanix* ond 


Lynett* DeloHunt 
592-9224 
Ralph Levy 
721-3346 
Co node Truit 
595-5)31 

OvM. k,m» •-,< C«,v 1‘ 

ygargM hem# •nuteiad amoni tx 

fuadijea m Ilvina ropm. bar, ak . 
afe TP view call pwxTf MMU, 
affar 0 p m, 


REDUCED 

n 

BraX ruw 34fdre»m. fil'* 

.K. mpnf ranthpr. Thtrmxax wln*'g' 7^'^ 

jfc'r; Misr;; S 


No Slept I 
Retirement Roncher 

Sfad. QWXr frxsfprrad , 
^.-oHl r bajjrmg x* 
firxfpca, atixhx earpx 

■ ^ Awar 


Tavier 

badrxmi, family 

- .......—.(1 


ax yvorklhpi 

i/Z 


X •SIfniVij!*!'*' 

FOR tALl RY OWNIR. }>BRD- 
—m. fyaar pid hpuu. in pan^ 
‘ piM Bern u^airs, M-im 
I h Tpipca gifh exxtairB. 
H- alpcldrlc hff w 


xiwaan l ax 7 p m 


LXPfM 
, ah on Cl 
'piipce 

5, Oi. 

id SuXav. 

Mr 


If* witl 

■ • H- alac' 

.. clou fp sex 


Drive and |Ia^ 


RJ'3)UCEI> 15,000 





iMitn, trrtl'rH 

BY OWNER 
Reduced $5900 
For Quick Sole 

tihinadiai# ppua u lan Dvtr 
at. fTar-mein daer. fuM xu 
hr Myro d$¥dJom m New . 

-Jl'R 

nlanf tacpiian fa eptantown 

^“8, Jr-pi'a 


OPEN HOUSE 

oMfoom. xriwxd fioprt- 

.nwi-Aou * 


t f OWNIR, i 

MX. I- 


4 


.1% 


LOO 

I siri.JiS'iws; "iSi 

ai 101-^ 4ri4»30 after I 

Near Golf CoSroo.'^fm m N x 
•tap a*MX Bunxtpw. radar 
Utah**, tta ff irMidoa view, ear 
dan itoJM 04IIIM. 


CfyrTACiE FOR TWO 
§00 Cod. on sacludad dtybia 

1 within^ mlla crrel#, Fuk-llfca 
•. LANGFORD pround* tX fryif Ifti* •»«, RX 

I.i.h Ml. 

CMrtalKM I Wrm. l»-t<w.»ulM In lilt!"?' - 

iSl oiV^KUt, S&fin ff 

xuiafod hem# wim an ancoiixt 

ild^sd^tte ** ***" ** ** ***'*‘'' 

wp aiu nova ax lof faff fo buiidl 
X i jtauf cxica on, Lei 

.tt.im 


$47,500 

ESSTATE SALE 

i-»y 


ff.F* ca#* on^ooeij^ i 


yard, new rapi- PutI 
nx A faw elks t* r 
I ^tra ord Donci 
I Bxson. 47*-Wl0 
3 a 8 -X 4 l 


Distress Sale 

TRY 5% DOWN 


15; 


COLWOOD 
OPEN HOUSE 


rj 

$39,900 

I, tmm: 

»" jsrnr;.,sr' jrarifo-, 

**fiaa*. affar 0, M*.''* 


^x' 1Ii3*ledf*am0 "an 

v3u. 


Nil 

OVIRLOOKINO'lWAi 
f owner ItfOO hlfh 
larx kifchgn wl* . . 
iivix roetn wHh fl 

fo ihom ond school 


ii-rt- 

naek Tn 

"ns'jst 


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nOl-KK!* n>R MLE M» HOMES ro« BUT 1’s HOMES P0« MIX is nOLW ItMl sAl.r IM HOMES SAI.E «• 



HOISES rOR SM.l: tU 


OPEN HOUSE 

U10 FAIRFIELD 
2-4 SAT. 

FAIRFEO 

DELUXE 


BIOOC 
BROS. 


BLOCK 
BROSJ 


FOR bAlL 


I OR SALfc 


... ■ 

0 I 

I p^tct 


SKLL THROUGH VIDEO 

PRICED TOR 
QUICK SALE 
tSM. NMt «r>4 t)0Y 

flrlflMt cMTK^. rw* tist. 
itn 0w<^ rm bout^. mo«t m*- 
KM« to t«(l •• BfO Mm your o^. 
I ifwinoi HH BOMMilon. Mt.OM. 
3$1U. 

AlSvtl 4n-llll 

GOhDON HEAD U. VIC. 
IlEDCCED S1900 


1000aQ.FT. 
or EXCEUJiNC*: 
LoutM CM n nMnt.ip Sns' ' 




OPEN HOCSF. 

lunSsy >■•<*.* 

,'Mm ue««r 

Iwifomtno P 

ROY eu 


COI NTRV tfOMRH 

••d PKorEimrft 



» IMS# Amoc»«*oi 

4-tm 



?M €Ol VTRV i 

Md PROPKRTIi:^ 


£urKl«> s*pt 24 lirR •<! 

i!M MATEKniOM 

PROPERTH.h 


0»»EN HOUSE 


**l4Sr BnSn*Tl-SfJ 

"SSS ' SAT. A.ND SUN. 2-t 30 
y.*®!?? tJSS BEOrrON 
•tVirToe^ ijM outbont^c f nfiJw ^0^ Mv. **•*'*'’ *?ulS 

V*b oodwW tomoo TMuSmivJ^v T yory • ttroct lvyix 0^ 


SEA VIBWS 

Doipanttoi 


ill tomiiy 


Rl^^thrWlfto MHon . room p(M I din Or .'^tco- ■» 
l|A.w3r m-3l« ivt U' * IJ- ovirrv trto onfri 

MLS t*S^. Ex^JOftt Vijyi. 

SPICAND SPAN 
SRARKWINO DUTCH. COLONfAL 
HOA% mofvoldw* fimiiv 

Xikl^ bontHw 0 cif^o III 


H500 DOWN PAYMENT 

ai«L5r' •'.is.4-S!r"J£ 

Sv^yoKoct. Trld^ .* *^__* *^!£* 

homo ~9*!i**rt**-'*ioJ5^*Sv(TS!r *%)"• 

i.^«d itda doori to ttio don i /\ c f\r\ 

limi or uM M ii» ond doiM : ^ | 0,OUv 

.. AwTERKATf 


WHnOMTS 

SHAWNI6AN 


M W AtT.RFRQVr 
Fitopi:inTi>» 

"^AiRrOLA ISLAND ACRCAOli j 

S ocyot dnrdcrHm bdrAimd Le>' 
Litid *OM tidn S^ngtt «o<x' 
trom bilitHfyl SINi iov wtth R« 
»ovMV iooM. fnortni ond Rovot > 
Vinceuvor vtctrt CIm) docRt. 
Rrtcid low at tM.SK ' 


TNt 

MAKCRt'* 


ssia 


A yroclOMO .ER^ dM DR 

fii»cii!!i iS d^*c< i I S-pc. omyiH. DR. JjR i JiUS* ilSrf 

•or LWirufUili Thi» la 0 fIroBioci yndif ? voira ow. iooo-, woraioo aroo, wiv 

.^SdraffSnidnCmt. S.yf..old moot. J iRTLrf. WtcMn. »^5S ,*r2l 

tvM homo. Two lOfH fdom wim - 
Ud Mtd mom ttoM lOordon 
all Mvo iiroi ciooib. 4j.Ru>i 

•nw cd«W>nd ma bom i7; }i4i 

o'ocoo mroudhoot. •!' witAhi tni | {«()*«' MMrinni "tinaiilti Roc rm 

'.Sjr-AJcrirMt; 

vith moturo ffolt tr^ P>o hom# SEAVTEw 1«5* 

0«rr»t Klootwvfc OTf^ljIsT? WE.NDONNA DR 

VPb. I I r- ' 5?V^ ' RTRATETirAl ^ ^AT. aiul SUN. 2 ^ P M 

IKUL ;^ W. K«««.1 15 ... ft.'«XL»S! 


5 LOdrl. — - . -- 

dmiOK. otroddy «nod. Thia homo' 
u woH mnirtto«nod ond oH 
i vokio ot l«.9Q0. Call 
14^1^04 OLE KNUDSON 

.wiwt VM. NEW USTEVG. J79.600 

AMRION HOPKINS' pivo wo«r old ownor oulK. 4 bod 
room noma nHtn IMCI m. H. 0* tna 
main m lino LR. DR 

T80 STANNARD AVE i 

SAT. anil SUN. 2-4 P.M . bor and ^omM .room. 


SHAVA NTOAN LAKE 
VILLAGE 
Aour npmM from 

JMt a ohon wiPrif 


MLS tfSMO. 

Si-Si 


FioathowM. locatnd . _ 

Marino, MdM for mrim. 

min. tro«^ mwn. Aynii 

Immodla^ ooaooao. il>4t17 

* BY OWNER 


»ir and oomoa 1 

larooo and looda of 
aro lot. toll 

OLE KNUC 


raoilotkoily 


O l/nooT < I w* • vn#. L wv* «*.ni p» » ■ i ^ 

I M. LR. wtchon. forniiv womor. ooroufdtor and 

oral tM.SM now ML- j (%**■ ua * Iim 


KNUOSEN MJlQil 


VMM. /iMt a ahan wa^ lo 
lav oaat oHka md atoraa. Ooeo 

"Vo 

' NEtJJ Pim’ACYT 
Chofaciar homo on dowMa Mt m 0 : 
Mil abova Snawnlun Laka- 1 
ipiatha. 2 firooiacoi. A muai to loa 
at i/MM 

IJVKE VIEW 
NE'W HUM>^ 

Two ntw homaa with vio* 0 *. 


SCAfRONT LOTS 
VANCOUVER ISLAND 

t ttia boat coaat 01 
laioM. Myth aTNon 
)ooutm.i Outf lafano 


Ht .THINKING ABOIT 
.r7«tii moving 


I on a cui daaic 1 


TOWNHOUSE 

OPEN SAT. 2 - 4 
1-1464 FORT ST. 


STS. 


IMI 

OPEN HOUSE 
SUN. M P.M. 

TTM BRU3E GORDON 


dan'wtth\ovm*'5^.,J^ \ 



tAi r FiME PLAIN FAMi-lFvawtiloan LaM_^ and acroaa tfoni ) «• acraa 

rssH. 

•» • ctiormKQ J bdrm. ai»m 
1 Lodrooma. ati oodnancna ,—, -.^tn ahoka roof and tador 
Frkad to toll at only 
V^fhar a ioaclog^^ 


Lacofad on ttia ooat 
Voncowar ‘ ‘ 

almo In _ _ . 

cndolne wotofL Coti tadav. 

For ony of ttw obov# coil B 
S^ or C. iumaon ot H. J. W. 
trVANi LTD.. NonaUno. 7S»4|I. 

M. i. W. EVANS LTD 
R.O. iox M. IM Wollaca $t. 
NOnalmo. i.C.« aM-24ir 

watertronti 

mOPERTlES 


wMnoMn 

SHAWNIGAN 

N-O^V IS THE TIME 

TO GET THAT WATBR'^RON! 

YOU Always wanted 

$43,V00 

SHAWNtOAN LAKE 
I iodrni voof'found nrm# • 
poaalbia Md bddrm. Ouaat coitata 

AorkahoR. LakaMow and ia«* 
accata ocroio tt>t rood Atao 

martd Whorl 

$49,500 




FOR . 
hr horn*. 

S bodroomi 

ru 


y'«FR'3. 

tks' MAFFV VALLEY ROAD, 
ctoon fhroa boodroom. b^ 

wfln eoroon*^ Offara on tSO.w. 


wTfn , 
47I4N1 


i^atad I 

- a- - . --I'ji 

With no^ ana M hattfiator Arfi baaomant na^ ^JSft n/VCF? TO WOOLOO 

-"Tscssiass'^iii vorji; sr^iis sc,"" ^■■'•^•loi^ETowooLoo 

- ofowtd lavoi anironco. vmdor *nd 
' may «arrv aomK^inancInq to food I ula 

' cov«««. fFiRioo. UMIfl ■i'?*' 

m AI>*1»-WILIIA^ 'SlisVAiJiAtLyN vroOOWAAO ' »Oa«>«l> AIWA 

' lU im ».JC0I , Bom«. 4 oWwm,. 


yrry, 

R? moro Information or to vHw 

52W^JlSt,'''Tja\ “j; 

u>*m 


SHAANlOVN LAKI 

- tn H «i Small »«mmor coHooa wiin auM< -i 

m Gonoo iay R^ Ortorod F*knay . 


.. M. 

7 ocroa on Wtai Cooat Rd. fuat • 
miita w«at Saaka. Wakn 011 tn 
morina trttftc comWia down tna 
Iiroiit. OHorod for %MM6. For ad 
diflanal information on moao aro- 
nartlaa caic 

luK MomprlM Emio ^ 
kSlISM 4^1141 M 
• lock iroa. Roaftv Ltd. 


$49,500 


SHAWNIO.kN LAKt 
I iadrm vaor^raund homo witn la 
awn Wharf on Haiad watortrpm 
acrou tna rood Laroa itvino and 
htrita immiv rn^. Aaafifgi condit v' 
n^Nai immocjiata Naikamani or a'aHr 


'OOma. IM OOma on mam. »w.n.,T 


IN4JV\V StTTE 
fxcoHmt vakra In thia 2 1 
aiua in-idw awita. Aaaiioi 
iTT-OtW' cty^. . i^naant aaia. 


•4 CRAIORLOwiR 

} oadfoom. flolahbd r- 

a^na threvohdut. 


I'sa 


locatod In fha haart at Victoria iljijrjr* 

..wW .••"'I SS!lwrju!?T‘;L?^31 IB! 

•--1 Immocuiataiv 

room, in luaarti ciMdNlM mrouofK■ **fft Taatm.b^^'mnijwiw^^nayito 

out and aricad__ 

^ -jata 


SSU-f, S3 3 ... 

r.a. with Family and UHIHy f?jnnr^Tn? 

a fo aon ai fa».wKi 

moni raodv for turthar davaiop 

^lati 


GOOTt DUPLEX 
Locatad cioao to Khooa < 
noor ana«^ * i bdrm 

VfpmtT' 

WONDERFUIJ 


•t !a<4, 


lorfO ^t. 

Ail*Socod!*"AM*modorTi?od 
- ■-405. aftor L 


- T bdrm. ma^o*^i 
Extra aufto In bamt. 


477<iai 


SUNDAY l::»-4:30 
l:tS8 PARK TERRACE 


BARGAIN 
TfORIKlN HEAD 


aass or a$4 


Rockhtlfhfa arm tor opiv TOWNHOUSE 

bdrm. homo U on ril ocroa ot; and now atona firaaiaca m baatmoni, 2 ear aaocaa. 

KStloSiu DEREK dfiCK 114^1! Cul-df^ _ ^Tno S4S.m and 


EXECUTIVE 
t aomrooma. 
Mua firaetact. 

a, K^i 

wj»7 


Shownigon Lake 
Waterfront 
Yeor-Round 
Residence 
$89,000 


bdrm. 


ARCHITECT'S 
DREAM 

REDUCED 

$ 8,000 


Ann Hfword MS-Sba 

ESQUIMALT BUNGALOW 
Locatad cioaa to Nadm. thia 2-iR 
•oma ia idaat family >fartor ovar 
MM ac ft ariM axtra la^ RT 
ly^loi aixisa. Fricad to tail ot 

luu Maindriit Brnio Chartaa ' 


atmoaonart oh ]’ 1 , oro^rty (no c|l 
raiaiM f^td find ■ wowid bo 


I 


EXTRA 
REVENl^E 

From modarn 2 bdrm bmoalo* 

raniad country atmoaonort on ]' 1_ 

•cfta of MOtyraiaAd^ tMod and ■ would 
, cron fancg: wiin aond w ilvw 
nock . SMS ao. ft., I bdrma.. 7 
\ batha. ranch atyi# nom. S t»f 

.Si 

JOT3CEDARWOQD 5r&. 3M.»» 

nkw LISTING Brwm-Y 

2 t vra. aid >iR homa. 2 botha. J wriwl Ml T 

.iwaf IS montha ow and umaua >bca._ anaulta. lo^a IN BROADMEAD 

artfv rtapaci thia ultra madarn ■ dinliM . room, aun^k wfm vlow Aup'i 

centomoorory daaign homo on .2$|cth»tal y^u ayatom ^ mutn AHlLv\ 

acrt aaciudod oH Waiiac# Driva, "W- .Ovbt t^dM ^ ^ly 11 idrm, ftmiiy homo an on amaia 
Manty waa no oWocf aa aaon In h«*Ma. W^klna dHtanco to untvor- |ravai. Nawiy ro-dt^atm — aroaj 

I-NIOUE BAVARIAN Mdtraon 477-4*74 

S Gn5ijRyREsrot,-NCE a good Bin- 

Frivata boach yard wtm larat aun 


IJKE WATERFKO.Vr? 


“^'‘^*^A‘S-L<tMNAU 


x«-sost 


la JfliTKfri : NKW ONLY JM.JOO • 

— cmf) moat anyona ficdiiont Gordon Haod location 
) boP with 2 badrooma, 2 fmi bath- 
Firooioca. Tma Prata 


WATERFRONT 
10 MILE POINT 
$69,900 

Ona at ttw toat lata Idti, avar '• 
acrt. Wral a ylaw. rian from your 

'TSir^^'SA'ii?’ 'TJWif 

.i’'.S'S5.’'ho^i I ia IL ■»' w atkrtroNt 

slu • , UU, l‘ROPr.RTlK„S 


ikIuM Wi.ya* 

or OAR OARSiDf 2S4-SMI 


than mar- 


ta. Fir 

la 0 1 


huoa roc room. o« 

Mraot. Wt imSO. 

ooN^. Stb-TW; 

•y'oWn'er 

Coty ■ .. 

Fiua 

ixira 

»'• O'!?'* - ‘1»oo •‘-'x:'' "f*' 

_ifW* 


$59,900 

SHAWNIGAN LAKI 
2 Mdrm. vaor-round •aka*'o*f 
>noma. Vary aoacioua idaai wata- 
frent for akiina. awimminf boat- 
ina Mutt fo. 

$130,000 
A MANSION 

FOR THE WELL'TO DO 
Foavoiy lha finaat Shawnlaan wa 
tarfront propariv. T.S7 acraa win 
214' of Scnny lakflhora. Vafr 'p.< 
ctaua and axcitina choiaf-atve 
rtomr with T nooroomt iL.:!! to 
V.L.A. aoactftcaHoni. Tam s>Sk.' 
.. A raai manaioo. 

.nC For mora information ar vtwro 
OF- on tha ibova hpinoa phont coliw* 
lo Jonn Ettama 742-SXI c' 
749-7a07 Rm 


It Wrada du- raom hama. tuti -wa ini 47i42$a 

a'uSW t**■ ^!«51.s»«. mo^MTiefiVD 


tuodiydid 
l»«.|0St Ml »I7 _ 


DHASTK' PRICV: 

REOrcTlON 


GORGE 

$6;;.9oo. 


.rrrracuiGta cohdith) 
Gordon Haod. Driwa bv f 
moni 


. .nao Mti. vary orpl .... . 

^uita bath oomptaM with GOLD - GORDON HEAD 

(•■turaa. 2 maaatya ftbor to ctiiino;. - —■, u-t^ ^ 

'ock fbaaiacaa fneicdina MaaHio-, f,flJ2?**21vopl2!r p!SiS2ne«?* wfm 
for with fan aaalat ond much much' *;®5^ 
mora. Muil ba aoan and MW im. 


kat raoiocamant *f iStS 

now by collii 


allino 
.EI>RO 
Candy 1 


aeiid bom dooar. lotm 
ition f^ aaode U fomi 
and dlnlna room, botr 


fiiod racoafib 

y o ^'^aok parauat fiebrK'frondTiw 

.i^r^vY amoLL (na roam with ylaw bbkohy. and a 

- - aaa w- *u fully aouiaoad klfehan with adloin- 

.-.lUjrTClSJZ, lm tbmlly<um-braakfaaf room 

ir.fian Atyi^ Roatty_Ljd _ b,droap» wina, 3 bad- 

raoma, moatar ipraa with ftra. 
p'oca- full anaufta. and artwaia 
(undack wifh unifuia odiuataolo 
- a r IV a c y aeraanina. Ooubta 
"arcnad" canaort. Thia rawdotka 
fruiy unlayt ta Victoria, and ii 
oNarad at SISt.SM. Furthtr dttaiis 
avaiiBbta 
Ratidanco 
$H-U2S 


7. Tha prica •• npht 
Dodroom oid^ '>oma at SM^tfto[iad 
ton. Looda^ aavao. nay^iuhon. 
ntw bothroom, now ro^ ^• 
Houaa vacant, con bo aa^ anv- 
w".r ..*1:. itima. Fricad raoi>alkaliv at 
IM all affori 1054,000. Maka an ottar. 


_ Best Of The 

FOR SALE IN LANGFORD ON »* /- x 

ocra. S-oadroom homo, boaa CoUntrV 

kTdT.'g; ^uriiij. ■rrw«.“«3'r«.'«2Wis_,,,, 

aroa. aaocloua kitcnan. 2 loraa FAIRFIELD REALTY LTD. wflfa touaa hat naatiod an evar 1 3i2-tit1 

codroomi ^ 4 aca. bath. Fun I To Buy or Sail In Fairfitid , two fon^ acraa of aoftura land 1 R' 

Iw naw b*»*manf with onp badiM »uiM., caii Tha FalrtWld Soma of tha axtrat of Wa auailtv 

*•••' Tatms FAIRFIELD RO. lM-224i conttruetad homo Inciuda aniar-* 

5 Fiato- ylaw call: _ - ' 1 ’ onoaooM 1 Ulhmani litt Hying room, two 

W*?a'ari’old." c22?k liraolacaj. fvil batti^nt, douWa 1 MO 

47*-iSN M4.SOOt nOJi*' rlSV 'eSa** < - 

(McKaniia and Ouadra. IS2,r 

NORTH SAANiai ’ ‘ 

r4 900 


.86 ACRE 

Two houtaa and larga noatad 
v.orunoa with lit' of watarfrom 
Th:« boauiHui alaca of ofeoarty 
cansfot ba aooraciaiad from tna 
* • —Id In. 


In rood. Locotid In tho "iMIondt ' 
try I SeokO. ML 1UJ*. Now mtM. 
Ina' JEAN McMI^HAEL 


HAEL 
No t 

RARE FIND 


AATERFfOVr r A 6 I N ‘ v 
taw. natw Ottar- Point $4 au: 
boat attar asa-Mto 


LSA (ONIMtMIMI Ms 

JACK IKMS 
OAK IAY REALTY LTD. 


! l^iS" «£?&“ /\W*TKW.N I ii 


3. vyt»y Rant* S-bOOi 
nocaa m SWnav at SJO. 


OPEN 

TO 

VIEW 


Tad Waiford 


,7?Ti'.l 


Gof your manaM warth on thia 
orottaalonoiiv built 4 bodroom. 1 .rAvui 
bath homa aal on \> ocro noar _ 

^Tovtan Rd. ^cao baiow aw for SALfe By owner, handy 

ort'tad yaiua. - -^ 

^ dour.ia wir • 

MS anaura 

- _arty adloina r* acN. Ch 

4. 3>bodroam Td^itOYMln fcr vouraaH. phont ma for 

Maad. Ooao to Aii Scneoia. Frka m^nt to yl^. 

■ MARK BLACKMAM JJT, 

MATTED 4774171 JSS-UTT •iLv 

SM30S7 ( .y CUTE ^BCOROOM 

_ _ _.. „ SHAWNIGAN LAKE iwma. cioaa to Wttibrook Camrt 

lim? perfect RETIREMENT lu ACRE. n«.500 


ta, 

WOODED 

SPXIATSION 

lii’t aval fnraa b^. homt Joeat 
a m Narih Uankh on wkt ona 
acr# woodad toT Mm to AUKinp*. 
Brioht maaa.rn kitcfm a 


raducod 

i 

i1 


AuiWr^w 


*TrS®^, »«♦« •P*clai. VIC Wattj^ 

. . ua full inauiallaiirih^vM. U3.0M. MAM down. 
Inat anarpy \fu. 4124432 

* I’j acra. Chaek thTi|H‘'^-—- . 

BRIOMT AND CHEERFUL 
■ ima. 2 bodropm mth in^an aulta. 
- - 3li-4^ or 3I2-MS2. 


attacnad paraoa. amall barnt. and acraa. 
---king for any numbar Of cora. I frontii 
rag ai IM.fM and Hitcd axclu- ~ ' 

470-2430 

AsSOClATM 

RtAlIT ITO. 


watarfrent. t uninoiiod 
'rgm timbar. 2.IM ti. road 

-- Tarrif'c vlawa through 

Fort ^ Juan Harbour, loaat ra- 
|rtat for rgcr^atlon. ratli 


InvottmanL 


Ttfarod 


ftlramant 

at ssa.o 



farmt ayailabio or 


312- 


PMOOLOSTRIAU AVO • 


„ n and oaroao 
tor n%etor homa. Llitad 


a taraa 1 
74A. u 

itadlTi.ii 


' lUoanar 


4Sa-SfS4 


SUNDAY I 00-4 M 


FANm.Y Iro^D: 
SIDNir\' 

Thraa bdrma. up ana on lawtr 
’•val arovldac nlantv et accnmoda- 
tian that growtnt fpmitv 


. I Brio^ Tivina rm n^th F F, dlnlna ^.berWMim tam‘ 

f ApF **e*R* room eoana to aundack al roar. ’•f';!”*. 


rL\OQUET a.rB 
SPIJT LF:^'EI- 

aapomtad and roomy 3-t 
Mi^iavat homo. ioacioya'Fini*nad r^, 
orkk iMtrof^. Laraa fan^ 1 oaraoo. 'Malt iphdt 

i'ocAff*o®iVoNe^Sr*vicfS.^- f“* 1'*«►<«' liMm 

i2i« aikte ’•* *•"•" I char Am:R 

IN OA*A3E 01.0 imcH Ri.-Airrnnn HOME 

*MF‘'yv,llSt8<^ aIS'R w. VALLEY VIEV-S '5.Mii5’*ii!S?t' 

?W.- 

?,. 


Dandv nwafta tvnodiwp. B' 
than tt laoka. N«w dlaoloy kitd 
a nompma droam. 2 taorooma. 

? an 11.4x11.0 wim acorn tlrao»aca 

!r if,Ar"A'.'jini%*k«““‘iC 

garti Johnaton. 477-1743 or 

M4-acoi 

ONLY WJ.jOO 


•ysf. •Si ?i i"»l*' Olun'Wn*. full MlAm,"' 

«<>£«? »„•, ,.„io<>n.>nt For mor, 

■"'“'^sifSA'ttTwaniT, 

477.3743 Of 


TON 

3S!4 


LliTItESS SALK 


immpcuiai 


homo at 044 
fancad. iraad 
. GoU 


alHh itvif,, yard ovar‘ooklng Oorpa. Va*^ Gc‘t 
with nmn- ' CHib. Dwnar haa bdan tranajarrod 

tundarh at to Cranurook and muM aacrl^a at 

.f a Httia traWk on Lomp- 


, tnia I 



LUXURY LN BRENTWOOD 


. „ .i Mb- 14,1AA»T\JU1L 

_fMA,TfA_ Witt rtrta, MWAIT'IC ih.,*.,.,, twtit. Mtw fciMtrfc -- . _ _ 

_p_p_*r» *>«<« o«tr Sltultl VllMy. t J. «. Iar.it vSUn: t-'il*’ WiTJOO 

tt traitfttttttton Lifttditttn SI. ooow, l ootntr »j. 

a grpat b-jv 

BIR rJUtihar 4S4-$SS4 

yu;."?!. I.AW50II SiMTII'ti, CnrUMM Milo. Fully'l^ncM' 

'c:?r,Nr-r„fi." -*•“ .. .. 

rwmrvfPWNA**^. vSTTH > Ic W abovt Brtnfwbbd Bay. dwhar buU! Ltrfp 

_ _ DOWrnvWTs '/^ii bi'Hf eontamaorgrv fypa m ao many axirpa and now muiJ ■ firppii 

1 RcrrMarVYAfc N>ma 4»it** IOO h of u*PMn w*- ’ raturn to calgorv. AakJng S117.S0C 

i aCdJRumlS tprfront in nulat coyt. Thraa ovar itOAM baiow coah .rv* mi 

A A-aiorty aldSr hama on a amaM 1 -ilrm* up wttn mpottr tnauitt.: rwiyo by 1007 Damptari Way oft ronvartad 
aardpn. Ltyina room, appprpfp #n-; L*roa h*m aldod firaplara , Haoan and can tor pooointmant to bathroom 

Ina room, f Kcaltaht rantai propar.' 'atao M'/tna •nrt dinm* room B,.iit' ^ --- 

♦y. iuft aSt.Mb. acn'lnncH M modam kit^n 

■ Ratidanca ' f*'*wmta*r* ht* axtra bdrm CV'** 

Tadwaitord SM-iiso XS '??? -a.,.. 

^ ' et*<* and anptnar tour ni*f» bath 4_y^-otg v, Oupiax at 710 Dan 


cludon. j^fifu^ tfapd with a ' 
•mall maamw in tho m'ddit. Turn 
off wait Yna^ioan Laka Rd. at 
rranant Rd Taka tha ntxt tatt h) 
tha Han. 

MARK BLACKNAM 
477.0101 lSa-1177 

■?A.\Nrnrro\ 

3 HKlJROOArSWJT 
Thi» homo ia fuH of warm cnarit- 
m*. Larda tlvIna room with ooan 
tiraoiaca. Slldlna oIom doora laad 
to oatio from formal dining aroa. 
Country tliad kitchon focludoa 
nook tor informal maait. All oa^ 
rooma navt oanorgvt cioaat laaca. 
AAoatar has adloinina aowdar 
room. All thia and muot mora on 
a auoar sirad lot. For an pppoinf- 
mant to ylaw this now MLS. 


S17.SM. 47I-97S4. 
BBOROOM 


WOODKD SIXI.rsION 
CaCDAR AND GLA^S 
LUXURY RESIDFINGt 
2ACRLS 

Sttuatad on a tantiv siopind hiiL F, 


110 


kaar jwat 3M ft. from fha watar. mts ,, 

cntn. W ww*jSS J^/! 


HOUSE 

Moan 


U3,SM 




Ndt S'acrai ovariookinf ^talitta , HFRIl N 
NICE ,Channai. a vnioua cadpr and giaaa, :i2-flt1 BUS % 
saoarata 1 iwKurv rawdanca dawawa d fv 
rma ittum tltht and vkw. 3 bad 
~ 'room, maitor onsuifo Pluv droMina 
-,-Ai room, roading ora# and a orlvafa 
imam ^ a J , a t « viow lounga. 3 
'pmily to^. 


LANDSE.ND RD. 

Sdbi 

rl!i?' 

idfu - - 
Cioaa to 
M. 9»72 

twifw pnona; 

HFRII McOANNOLD 

RES. 3044741 


ttaaOMRAy 

Whora Trutt is 
Tot Basis of AM Businots 




3044741 HXPtNSI\'’K BUT MCI. 
IMMl-ajIATi: OCCl P.'Ni 


Baaufitu* laaalcn Fanlnsu'a. 

‘1 watarn^. ICO ft. road v; 
Kras, forrifit vlawt Ovar Sira:*! t* 
iiiands. Favad ropo. nvdfP an^ 
pioad watar avpiiati#. 
ty, aricad at saStOOu. 


'K yi' 


THE FERMANENT 


iiVI 


DtN 


I-$441 


< OI NTKV IKfMI.H 
and PROrERTIE- 


14.44 ACRES j;; 


GORDON HEAD 
VANTREIGHT PT 


oathroomi. laraa . , 

caiiant woodad alav araa for cKi- 
dran. Comoact ylaw kltch^ with 
adioinina bi^kfast room. Don. ra 

V''’ irt?r!« 4 ,fftr*muit|.iayoi *-*tatod on tnt tast norn of Mar 
-2?H2Ii‘a Vmf if !ra?arVl4iM <1 tnis two third acra Ot 

^ ^ ^ siaa.ooo ,„rKilv# waforfront proocrtf, 

Oftica Pbrk-Mka_ af road, apsy accast a« 
rsi rsciCl rN on JM-142U Tad Aaiford 477.1141 Tna_ noma is mjsat au 

ON OLl^ltLU KU.^ ^ Block Bros. Raaitv Ltd, ^b* *31a 


PROSPECT LAKE AREA 
\nTinN S mwj: <3RCLE 
ROOM FOfl A H0R5E 

eharml^ 3 


_ .iiock^iroil Raaitv Ltd. 

2V| acraa in arrawbarnas. 4 acrw . . >-v r> 1 k. 1 

St'ss'cfS mETCHOS IN 

aatlon aands. Tha bif bonua la^inat 
Iwa • two homaa an trp atwr/y 
Both havo J 

haspmants Th • could ba • 
farm with ravanua w an idaa 
two-tami'v oufchaaa. Fricad wai' 
anvtMno I** its ciaas .Pro 


Baauiifuhy OKoratoj arfo 
turntmaa 7fn floor 4uitt OAiwd 
bv a waii'known C.-'^':rnia ur 
signtr rlgnt in tr* haa** ot 
downtown Victoria Exlm i-* 
\ aws ovar park to tha Oivi" 
pic Mountains and Straits, O'a 
larga booroom. tvvo luli-i.* 
rmconlas. Oinma sraa ' 
wirfoow Evprvtnlna rMdv t-i 
mova into ft.li orica ss . 
JACK MEARS sat-332' 

SKAVIEW RIJTK 

Bfaatntakihg oangram-v . t'.s 
day and rUgnl. Qjia' but c:- 
vr>lani localkn. DaiiQM*- 
-Lita ot 2 badroems. X foo* 
'ivinq room dininj roo' 
bihatlon oAsring In tna ard'c s 
viaviS. Lon tn>as Ion n «■'' n 
nanca. aitana'd ‘wiidlno 
» • $,50 0 JACt Pr'o : 
'•44730 I O' Mf-:371 

I DUS I 

MLMBER 

Ra-oca' on karvcav uf Can^aa 


2 ACRES 





^iaa Ti^' thia air# saidom otfarad 
tor sola. SO call new tor comeiait 

“bIlL CARNEGIE 

477.7JM (24 nrs, «52-ia77 (Rts : 

- ^.-clat# 


, Haoan 
vla^ 

i BETTER THAN NT-.W 


S1I7.S00 panaifild. l•rw« v 

araa sat oft that cov'd 
a foil 


^Hanfoy' lt Aaocfatas^Lfd. 

DEEP COVE 
3.17 ACRES 


U7.90O S-Bc. homa with >d br. 
aimoat tlnimad in full baaa 
mani Mostly ca'arad acraaaa 
with corrals. Good <or horsn. 

S07.SOO Thraa bdrm (down) , 
cadar homa. 3 j^s. eld am in 
ancfiianf condition vary 
Liudad and wal oN tt - 
ML 


f tha raad- 


LR. DR and nails tngrmai wm 
dows at freni. a R^fi mastar BR 
. i*h tiraoiaca dtllghtful kitchon 4 Y^VTV^MlVfl‘M< 

with cuafom mod# cawntts of an- LVJ.MTUMijSK Mh 

’•QUO oak flntsh. bvilf-ln disiwash- No. 72 4ist TOROUAy - i 
ar and aafp.. aatTng oroa. oMdlng 1 "^.wa’a 7 Mfm tdwnno^^sa, Ar« 
door to laroa SvndKk with oipss''^* ,daaian^ anj wot •« am, 
aanaiiad raliif^, Down carM'ad cat”®!*'. Thprn^na wnd.'. 
stMrs ara gamas room, cosy dan doixxa 

with ' Mahor" haatar, comb. ui.- ^Vfc^uiwrcxu sa? .i 

Hiv-saw.nfl room, bathroom with •• HEMMINGSCN 5*2 *4 
sauna and snowor. Bonus of uo- 
stairs araa for furathar davtiop- 
manf Owfsida thare It two ptaca iCJ 
oaraoa. pianty of oani*ng area. 

^ct , S1750»._ Wiifrad Oavii 


- ... ^oad* SiM . 

fioorad worksheo or bar ooworod 

RDN ^-- 


Phono tor dafaiia an thasa artd 
ethar propartlas in this aoou*ar 
araa. JO LENNOX , 471.2544 
3ao-7«7 Faaar No. fat,, 
MARILYN MOORE ^ 5lJi47 


AND Patricia 1 




D F M Real Estate Ltd. 

,1* MCKINZIf AVE 


3ST5 ACAOA r« aiM Moanar set 9$f 1' o**® compiaiptr ra-3^ wMn Ih^ 

SUNDAY 1:304:00. Convamant ta •'*' •$* f«‘ ,y,„ty caraafltva. twm m afova «" 

wwpij tctiQo'4, aaerH and fy^- *vi^ afYi ‘‘•SJY . * o.t, 

pofYaiion. fhii eharmlft# j BE Col* rpscT'^mi br and i*; bains of coursa Raaitv BRKNTWOOO BAY 

irr HARBINGER ST 

rLoTlJl iStCLIAVE '’*• '•”•.""<*^11,; A^rslrioul., .ItM, Mh«M «ltMra«>F L'5L'’JSKi 5Xi?'-oiarV,°.“c2S 

.SL-NVY SOOKE ; -j., W “““'J- 

!rT In'^iir*' : vica* and aricad To sail at tU.M 


aoK 

. .._jRE 

Caoilal City Raaitv Ltd 

;atad 1750 ta- HOBBY FARM 

> ACRES^^4 A^E CIRCLE 

Lovaiv sKiodad a'rfo pasti^a orop 
-V — -- ariv on au4t cotmtry road, nawy 

want ippca to braatha. 3 bads 2 . „ - - - * 

bafhi. 400 sg. ft barn Fancad and lU'?. 


This tonvamantiy 1 
ft. ranchor hi 
and 117 aerbi 


badroom 


IHQ IMB 

ritry fo 
hidorls 
uofom < 


_J^H WMttoma A Co Ltd 

CORDOVA 

BAY 

WATERFRONT 
ALL OFFERS 
CONSIDERED 


‘''°”*A?KINO ONLY lltiAM 
ANNErre V. 


OPEN 

Saf. & Sun. 2 - 4 
3347 GLASGOW 
3 Br. In-Law Ste. 

oSiaV 'Wiw’* nicAtfjir ’ :'S‘.S 

U» Vorv aniB? RATWALKBR 4741III ' ——— 

HORSE COUNTRY rnn A/\n 

$w I \/v yyu 

^mp_wfth ro(M fo rpfnf cioaa fo 


sown I 

(tvatpd forga 
oacKvard with camant F'aTFo 
AND BARBECUE. Vary QUIET 

yisn ssijj 

477 7201 itt&TI (Nr 2M) 


- thm# oiara 

1310 sa, ft. duality built basamant -••♦'-nrA Kmi . .. 
horrfo.<>rar D acra landKoead lot 1 Ala**' »oa»kars in rpiilnn 

wlm fruit traps, fncieaad doubla '•'yi* |•*‘dar•nad *nt vr'm ' 



!!Sitor*^P Wt'^vjng room, country This 3 Bdrm horn# N buHt to last, 

siyfo kitcwan ' with oraakfasi wllo FF. OR AND K- 

iMnfor. sapprafo dining room- pok ng out ovk tha grayi upen, 
Igrga dan with oaamod 1^''* f®®"; »fRh Franklin fF H 

igrga sun^k plu* patio. Extra wanted. In-law Mia down. Ijnd 
room for davpiopmoht could ]and|Kaood eroporty Is vary nica. Van 

ilsaif lo At In law su'fo sHwatlon, ——. 

^ali ho^ barn, chicl® N)um. 

^rn. Trada* coniwNrad. To 


HEAD R.. 

. . _ iiya th'S 

rn fownnovsa has argr pc-., 
uuna and cantrai araan arts a- 
minanf 0* $S*.34 in?, rdas m- 
aaa«vtnt and water a raa: \4 .# 
M 117 500 

A. B. HLMMIN04EN $•' tt t 

107.111 CROFT ST - two bd- • k 
on siraat leval w th 07' 0 'Sy 
aati. An essv accass s fostion ans 
fnciudas McC'arv aou'oman* #'5 
a t window draoai. Tn • a- 4 
tractiva asking prica of 429 400 
W B. MFMMIN05BN Sa.-uN 

MENDElk&ON RIALTY ltd 

3I5-4741 

penthouse 

Tha Saroy. 777 Blanatard in to* 
locatlpn. with oanoram'C c :**' 


aS»'4I 


lOY 


infad. 

. ao^ proparty . 
dor will carry first 

rata. *0 viaw eai 


»TIE» 


or 474.0010 


IBS LTD 


Yic< 


I pricad 
. % vMrsai 
GERRY OAVII 


llil MOtnar 4S4-M*4 



£ra«''^BUYS 

A 


HAVK A IjOOK 
AT BBTV 


■ larpp fof. LR. DR, 

1* GVAtfJWj^^iias ] 

FdiBr No. 7t9 


'ruM iraas Ml' 

2 BR. 7 

Oautiful 2.4 R( rBR plYrpMly .j'rw. 

Alih 117 iwnlle Alofilnit wt- 1 ifrAttcta, ittM lot. n 
i.rtront; plut oldtr iMwl- IjtflSl j, iAi 

twin honw In good condl- j jfi-iiij 
(ten. ntar fAimiUA rveii! 

WVJl .. R#«'»ur«n1-. 

Ihi-llErid ba/. w«ii»m -x. 

Itt-Hira. im.UW. 384 -.R:i: 

in-449. 

awiNanroira miki Mn*! 


^'ai*‘7;kA«;^i|jA||fr 

•to. ic o«; 


'm I It'S npf a castit but it B vary 
* ciaajt and _h^. JiWi 


GET Sf/m-ED FUR 
FALL! 

aiKCK THESE 
outstandlnl; 
VALLES A.ND CALL NOW: 

1 lat s Oat an Offart 
Lit s Gat N Boldf ^ 

An<ieus Broadmaad Vsnoor 
2-hadroPm t-bafhrepm jtnlau 
gafo* for 
Aerkafwd. 
salt wamad' 

2 ignsattonal Sapviawl Swimming 

PoolT indoor vwtrioopU 3. t)P» 
rooms Hu«a rac room Ranch 
alyfo and pnead at SlTfOOO. Ooan 
fo Mova ih immadtataiyt 

3 Ont lavai nviftfl NojUaP' in 
this modular oohcr*i with about 
1501) M It all on ona floor. A ua 
s I a n a r ' I oarsonai raaidtnca 


BKDROO.M $41,901) 

»f *0oi TOWTC AND COLTvTRY 

Attractiva 2 bpdreem rttira'nant 
or starfor nofofop buntaiRw. Livine 
room with ffragfooa. bia caoiraf 
kitc^. Mpar^ fpraaa. Goadi 
Iliad 1^. MiTi^t. 

477-07*1 JACKMEN 4$l-544a| 

Roydf Trust | ' 


OCEAN Views 
HORSE L'OVt'RS 
- BDR. RANCHER 


MINIFAKM 

tm a«ii«i*,ui •£/.» 

roTiJS-WSTc^^xa^, 


NI.AT NEW LISTING 

i-\Ni;roRD 

romfertpbfo family ham# »r\ a 

.1. fof olfars ) 

and hue# 

down 

Mnoei 


I'» batha. 14 

-VAarso. 


i?X»*avprWVri.i?Y ^ bdrmsT 2' 

ra. whiy 75 mins 


t.-u>? sJoiT:^ 


Waterfront! 
$114,500 

5NODRI have purchasad 
.iximlia this, oeaeriur.iiv to ov... 

'» itfo of Krgpoua wpii (road wp- 
larfront proearTw Thia 4 yr. old 

T.L’f.TJi.T’L? 


tipn, V.. . - . 

aii meuma^n, harbour and c>lv * . 
cr>,' Suoprior concratt and sfopi bu‘n 
Iffo. $Dutharn axposurt. wir lar t* 
roottw pa'ios 2 lava's. 7 c<‘. 
rooms. 3 tfothrooms. firapisr* sr 
arata d ning rooni, Hoi watK >W4 
ad. Naw and vacant. ThN • 
last avaMabia pantnouaa. Priva'a 
Isait. bv owner. sav.fOO OM*>s v 
sidarad. 345 0520 . 3i$-$AJ 

RETIRED’ 

RETIRING’ 

Private Beach 


, Eurb«.-*« 45ki l',*X"t‘K'*rlJI!*1RkL- . 

Cioaa fa a)^ a^ Saanctr M 
477 «1*1 MMf75 DMar 


477 fsat 

17RIVT: in 
li'Jia HROUKSON DU 
lOpvn IftxiPR RtMtlSfi) 


MUSI SELL 

FOR SALE 
BY OWNER 


koriudad > vaar-o'd 4-b^oon Ouaiitv mrougnoc. 

Minroam 2 *tona fi'apiica homai ][^|jij(j^/m^cno*in Mat. cfo' 
...UK kku mouritain v^a^ , * marinas for vosrr boatm 


jraams. 

ALS. for Info 

344-7»1 TOVE BARLOW 477 | 

Tubman investment co 
M43 CADBORO bay RO 
FANT.VSnC VIKW8 
Fiva tavat Japanasd contamoerarv 
siiuafod on 2.3 acras with pan- 
oramu viaws of Mralts. Olvmeics 
vMiXia. It you if 'ooktna a 
'ona of a kind” hon 
Qualify 


batha.m j 
. to calling lira 

RLUt aaacfacuiar vfows of 
> and fha baali Can tor 
Fsenat a^. to viaw 
.t.FMREU. J*-724a 

- 'blN^rTON 

iaos^av Pf6$rn4t Ltd 5*5 Jilt 

OPEN HOUSE 
SUNDAY 2-4 
948 RANKIN 

Don^ mi44 thfo tovaiv 4 baonxim 


.. choU# of vkrfoua arc" 

iKiurai dasigna 

OCEAN VILLAGE 


Just Listed 
BICKERTON CRT 

Rionf aerMs rrom baavtitui lt« 
con Mill Park SovthwiaH come- 
suifo on fha nlntn Stur'"ir'a 

saaviaws. front an Wndew-. 
badrms., Ira. oa’«.unv. Litra iara* 
(^hdoor aool. ania,laininu rm.. vir 
- libra- - ..— - 




ERR ' MIREAU 

kn-72ai (Bui.i 

477 a 


REALTY WORLO* 

' 4 Bedrooms 

2 Bothrooms 
Jubillee Way 
$58,500 MLS 

DICK jAMBb t*2-/l1l 


(^XJLQinr/ RIVKR 

Hara s an aacadffonal 
ifowMt R 


I'.ihrng CafowMt Rivar. 
enaraefor haima an laro* 


FOR TKT. fiOMANTIC 
COUPLE 

» ««fid IHfo fo htya a haatiia 
tvaytaca. in your larpa maatpr 
- . and a four m thMiia. aiaa 
Nfo Pc/« ifra^ with vaTfoy 
yTpwa. TWa fom waa Pu'if (utd 
IF'—Tdu* * ^'5 '***1 pnd <wil 
Afofenosin araa Frka 

TiTt WW 

PtKRRF, PREefJtTS 

- ' 

H'M ' ^’ • 

lira slfas. Mir 
la'mckan tiaapHi 
pruMv 


tiilMi 


Country pvacvfiva Na 
FF'», W-W earpaf, *' 


i4S^“ 

kpn^iMi 

Excellent 

Investment- 
$43,900 

( 2 aadraam purfopfow m as- 

WiaCTIL 

“ df4tafsca,fo J 


Micnaai t ianlar uni 


afe Dual .. ... . .. 

ar will opnaldar frpdaa. 
ML4. 


for RVs. beat*. 
'Kywffora ifsd^^ ^ - 


Bath ua and dptan. Only DALE J^UNG 

I 4774141 aa£d7l aaaar 3141 ' 


Kk gari 


'^•f’|C#smirv'#mproHvV^V’’J' Ph t 'f**' 

OPEN 

tir . 1 4. mt 


% 




C,l’ 


Hyaki back 

.NSW 
OPEN HOUSE 
$54,900 

,3 tatfraom bwhfaion. 12$) i 
ansuMa bath, ^tiitfor fin 



.....fhoRana 
I dacK. wail inaulffi 


Mfliltl 
wifsopwa, 
aulffa^ J 


SM tf . 

•diara. 
. laraa sun- 
Hosrsa alts M 
Tarrahva, 4lh 
Rd tua*. 
and bun. ‘ 


LISii. 

4. Foil grsd Boom Coptamaorpry 
liaM pn# vfoM. 3 VP' I 

ipwn, 3 Pdihroomi. btZiBOO. 

7 Naar Ocaanpgraphk Canira. $ 
badroDffft cfia lasral Iwimming 
pool . 

$. Fuacultva Rancnar 
lor's rpsidanca 
traems, family 
bouofo epraorf dnly tllt.OdO 

4 Naar Malfsfli 
• nomp wtih » epdroc 




aaaar 25«i 


X-oS" 

icnar - Canfrac 

__ .slth dan, J had 

'amiiy raom. Thermaaana 
* Only tllt.OdO 

Park, family 

W.-tliJSS."' 

Id. Drsa e* fha tiaat spi't-fovaf ouv« 
In Garaan Haaa. Nicaiy trppa 
M.. 1 c^nar fof immacwiaf# wfm 2 bad 
TV I roams, dMi. oppn family r«pm pft 


SOLID VALI E 
'Aifriitiva. immKuta's cutfom 
Mfofsad 3-4 b^aom. 7 bathraam. 
foil basaman? hama iutf 1 vaar. 
infwl 2Ad bath. m. raam and | Mi 
laraa bright 4th badroom art fowar.te 
liaval. wai< focMad m duiat. haWabuic. 
. traffic, high saWirfo with numarous , flTnad 
iisiani vlawi. . and. gll"- - 


«inf Toi, a s/oni mill this lovtiv 4 bad'r^m icunaa. 1 nr ary and t 
.. — this Is tor WATERFRONT homo, tituatsd an; shOv ^itasam soC'ai 
throughoul f *'•*’ ipndKaoad. Lw-.cpuncii "only k 2 .i 

- . ». 4.1 ....... ..#«,.W4,. ........jsih araa. efosa fo Ina room with tlrtpfoca. dining •*“ 

PH?a,'f^ marinas »of jouf.^bQ|t^^ar fpom 3 bathrooms, oaon atalrwaiii 
Ckm K-ndack, 21 a^a. ^lca'^fJi;irtQ pk^raa. To vibw fhfo naw to a wall dulanM family room i 
lo_*7rj>0C. Phono 47|.M2I, |h(,^ pli-^ t*|| .,^4*, Mtka a paint ^ yfawlng this tin# 

•*«, S' 

Pram lha Rat Raca and aatiia onto A/»npr . 344-4«27. virfor;a Raaity Ltg 

a aaacafoi 2 acra farm (Mturini )9 ACRES 

a brick masorsary J BR, 3 

BTHRM, 2 pTrapiKa hama. IGO' W rfOnt 
Fancad paddocks, a ridin# rlna riLwn 

US? ‘Kia ^'r«ir "s?* r-SHrfc ’ "“rmK- d.-,. 

ft -til. r«7 DR- J 

i.Wtl-U., 


and Ol'ilardH weri 

.. - asf-i* 

LiCfoi >4 


TUDOR SPLIT 

Pool plui .WATER FRavr 


CENTURY 2t WaaN 
1022 C^ardafo 
3ia>344 ($4 h 


waafarn Hama* 
. Ava. 

<t4 Hrs.) 


(trbrU eirrlr 
firally Cm. 


THE BEACH 

saiKtIan af coftapti 
apgrfmanfs otfariny 
,./* and within main- 
atfafi orounda. Raa^uia 
'd bu<at our tirtf ariarllv. 


iistani viaws and ailnspfoi'paacf and M<at our tirtf ariarli 
fhrcifoh traaa. Frka* Just MO.Mr ^or • Banina aaoolmmant 

^-cam v/mAr, 


SHAWNIGAN 
AREA 

Fr»fwtii^_ taa^y 


TRANSPBWtED 

rac rwm. two - 
v'aanhauia Chdin 

SKAVTKW 
-OPKN HOimi-: 
IVK.D.. NAT.. *L'N 



OPtNtJAD-Y 

1T04 

mSTATTnUAl. 
AROOTECT rWIBltD 

im 14. n. NWTW I 44 «{M •jIN 


M4<M.I 


II. Canfomparary >ti attfa 
I tadraams and da" 

■ -- W dining ri'' ■ " 


iXK'KTrON AVD PRirK 
Lavaiv, wall kaat 4 yr aid fam'lv 
hpma walking d'afanca fo down 
fawn l anffor/Calwaod and Khaaf. 
vpt an a aMb fraw atrapt ct 
athpr alfracflYf ffomaa. I ar 4 bad- 
raama. i’s b^Hi, larva rac. rpam 
fuM baaMnanf *^-(n aprpga and 
m^ftra parlifna wad pnead at 

m'4m ITEVf MOONEY 47T'4147 


OCEAN VILLAGE 

44M114 


METCHOSIN 
3 BDRM RANCHER 

Aitracfiva hama an i* acra af 
ulaMfo land. Ffoar fo caliina firw 
piaca In llvind roam/ larga family 
k.icttwn. saparala utiiltv te^> Pf 



'JSaaniiY^V _ 

P’Snwpingr, trwwn 

FI ^- 


BY OWNER 
3804 CAMPUS 
CRES 


badra^'^M''t Oraaf for kidal 

-’-'fe.JS’' 

a ! <1 Prima tgcatian 

W ray with aufniNii 
. Bapy cart tdt. 


a fptm, 1 

■y. •iM.llOO 


With wick F.F PVl'X 
norsai ate. two afiil bam 
hay fofl. Oforfowsly a cowntfv pan 

awte'-« 

lY>L’NTRY LIVING 

S aai'tHui sJhiatpd hfflf ♦•fj" 
anfrjl iaanicn wdth it »fail i 
k, f krfoaflpR pM. fan^ and 

vUu« avar tha YflifY f4»v tarma 
avaiiapia at tnl.0b6 and aprly 


atd. in.ldiaRmRfit with lira* 
pltrt OK Rumpup mnni 
with pRfly Idtchan? $17,000. 
Frihl tindQran 

WATERFRONT ” 
GORDON HEAD 
$124,900 

IHS thia 2.4tO 

I 4 it • ■ 


4 ACRES 
NLAK AIRPORT 


4 airaa. 4badrpom Cafon a • 

I tai'cnt watar suaaiy 
3N-a4fo Garry Botham aU 
^CEDRIC ITBf LB RlTV LIO 

“on'YOUR OWN 

I L'yt-ln 
ahd Bar- 

< Naar iwsav. DaitsaiisM" a^-a < 
t laurants. ona bpdrnom 
I dominium 

! ^ Only I3P «00 

TED hQBBs ?U-^i (]» > 


CINf 


fl^Y 21 Wattarn Mp 




_R and dan I feifh« 
and fit! an aver ona-thkd acra at 
praeartv m a guiat cui-da'iK at 

■Imilar homaa. ftif LR and laa 
DR, vary larea famiry raam wH" 

iSlS.'-' OT'EAS''LEASE 

WATtHFROFfT 

uniatra appartwnitv fo awn wa- 
farfram pfapamy. btrata Dm# 

(jgrit.roi.'swttr 

tall GOM 


Juat nsfoii Naw apaaraam 
'h aiM pTva mk sjm family' 
m in BraadmaMTtiPioo. 


tdl UV\'\JCK 
wnntCED w.nno 

Drtva bv thii affrath 


iadraam. 7 't bath. 


*«?»J3n(-Nvr ^ 

aaTfor) 


: 

$129,900 

WATERFRONt 

'udad maMrn $ iadrm hpma, 
tarlar spavlgwo Garian Hfa< 
iturgg farmai diQM rm, din.^ 

Fhs and praaf hlfcRan. Ld w«il 




Mach and *hap#«na 


'ifh-'-sttifr' 


BEDROOM 
CONDO 

Vandar mes safit Bauaht for a>. 

X hM laff lawn. All raaso' et-'t 

2 fPM^'PR #1 th* asktxu 

realty ltd. iO-30b ar fob TtM 

rAiRKioi) mmo 

jar aa ntw aandammiv' 

Iffraptii a 

draam klfch^ with di*nwp|r«' 
->aaar« for waghar and drya- 
-undarsavar parklni warksnea 

it^VuVr,. ifiiai 

IbQUiNULT. btlOROOM 
d^lnium naniy aalnlad ina aa 

M benoats an# ahaacina §•*» 
vary tiaaf (h.idran and pa<a wf 
A pnrgam a' •> W 


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«M rOMMIMIMI Mn 

OAKDALE 

ESTATES 

CONDOMINIUMS 

Qntf i M 

-IMn», ym 

I »fi4 «r «iM » 


Viv-hM-1*. Ha >uih 1«>. .sop< HV 


mw wtm l« cle«l» »W lyJWWt gp 
tnc««#9» MwM. •cwfrM . aNi 


MWMS. acw 

ii»ii»p, Cait a Uw^^™- —j- , 

o«nltmaa^ ar arlv* g# Wia HW ta ’ 
m% 4 acra aiMa at IMI Ca- > 
«ar Hni M. ana muaa vaur ra- 

*AliT LA^Mtfact 


: ■ THE 
NEWPORT 
BEACH 


477-aiai 


SMALL PET 
CXJNKIDERED 

«MClOU> I »» non OB^KItHW tmo 
away from atraa* no b aa. Larta 
balcony. PtaaaiiM v«M>a. Mini can- 

i77-«l4l aar. 735 477-1791 


MT. TCXMIE 
'SWIMMING POOL' 

cnarmino larta 


477-9913 1 Only a law varta *a Oak tayi 
■ mailt aiciuaiva wattrtroni an 
Baacb Driva avarieaklnt tna Oak 
ftay Marina- SoacMua Nncwry, aaa, 
taorooma. fwa tuH t^nraom 
aaarirn^ nomaa built wmi all tna 
axtra baaifn faatum and mtticu- 
loui cratHmMinia tnat tvaMy aJi 
ot nark ^acHtc'a many flna-aroh 
actv Half at miaa avcaptlonal Iwv- 
wry aaartntant nomai hava »oM in 
tha Boat faw waak*. Mmawnat of a 
racard cenaMarino tna arica rartta 
^ currant martcaf candttlorvi 


•R unit artIR 
wiaw. n%anv avtraa in waM laef 
buiMlM.^loa tUJH. ^S. 

ELSIE O-bRlEN 

477-9141 ^477-»4>l 

_TH E aBRMAk XENT_ 

THE'SAVOV" 
LUXURY & 
LOCATION 

Bn.oy tna advaniataa of tNa aoiid 
iv conatructad ana badroam and 
dan unit in tna naart at downtown 
Victoria, t w aaalna city tram 
tho antartainmanr-aifid livina and 
dbOnt roam maka tnit aulta Idaal 
tor ma orofaaalonai wne naada car»- 
vanlanca and praatiM. Faaturaa 
Inctuda: Muna. worltara>di launoa. 
awiri paeii not watar naatj brick 
ionatructlen. carnar aulta; and 4 

CASTLE FRORfETITS 395-4144 

SEA'VIEWS 

2747 Satellite St. 

OPEN HOUSE 

Sat., Sun. 2-4 

Co-Oa autta IT* 

■aroa iiyira roa 
wtA mmnifiu^ 
waii-rnamtainad 

I »nna-Otfarad at 
0 M. HOWMO H 
Vntnarton ttOa' 

R£kLTV 


t quality, in a 
r to ba craat- 
1 . Don't mlaa 


nara win orobaWy navar ba atv 
otnar bulMIlM of ttws quality, 
tlmilar tocatton. avar 
ad aaain in Victvia. 
tnia Tabuloui anaarWiity to our- 
chaaa na a a T nda a and aaaca at 
mind far IM raat of your Ufa know- 
Inq you aHtI hava an inwaatmani 
almllar ta a vaiuabla original 
aakitlno ar a arta of a kind art 

Rrlcad from «ll«4M 09 
Look tor tna claiak Wu# canaav at 
1375 Nawport Avanya. Coil nowj^ 
adbolnfm^ to vliuv — 9I^4}]4 
(bofwoon 11:00 and OrOO o.m.) or 
3I>4134 twonty-feur heurt. AnoMar 
quiltty davaioamant from Fork 
AkNIc Aoartmanta Ltd 


Ui (tlNIHtMIMlMA 

NEAR THE SEA 
$47,900 

Only a abart iMca ta tna 
acoan trant and ftooqfn Wit 

room, dintno room and a im- 
kuno m 0 d a r n klicloin- 

tSm. A au n dack off tna.Hvma 
raam and m atar badroem 
Tharmaoana windowa tor noat 
ind co mfort and a aaufntm ax- 
, paaura wftn aoma aaa vtqw- 
I ySiOi 40HM EVANS W-USt 

$29,900 

3 BE, iva vanity batna End 
unit. Tawnnauaa wttn many 
axtraa. Utittty room, mkrorod 
won m LE. 1 aaoraoo roomt. 
aacludad mHo oroo, taroo 
awlmmlnq pool. 1190 aR.. n 
floor aroa. oil for only aia.aoo 

^34^ EOY ANOEE50N 
477-5057 

$36,000 

Oak Eav 394-1400 Haw; 
Erltnt and clqan I EE in 
•rima location Meal attractua 
bulicMr ^ ^and oordan $34,000 

**K)Y AND-E50N 
394-3435 477 5057 


tXINIMt.MIMI ME 

DELUXE TOM/M 
PLAT 


' Dumad accoattanat . - . 

datian. Lacatad an tna main tiaar- 


. ___ _but E It E 

lo you. tnte ana wfii kriack you 
: outl. ErcItME antry. >iaa bad 

--^ 

if-a" 


; danca at ctaaaf 
I you axaact * 


•S®!" 

'si^ikON flW' 


Romantic 

Printed Pattern 


$21,900 

to tnia unoaata- 
twaa l^tooi 
9 iE. Inc 
yyMt eWa In ‘ 
AtkractM bt 


Etdwcad again to tnia 

■ " '*’•-11.. ind 

Windaor 

Manor - 

cfota tioora. atavatpr, 
ream, heal Inctudod. Thia la • 
**ena only" that i knew of for 
tna arlca. 

EOY ANOEESON 
395-3434 477.»57 


399-9191 9U5. 

' GROUND FLOOR 
UNIT-$29,500 

, 4 aepliancaa locfudadi TMa »«<i 
marntainad toweihouM haa 3 bad- 
. roama. cnitdron and aata waicoma 
ML saoiA 

EEANK SALE 

391-9191 tui >AOEE 730 

lEENC VAN 

191-9191 BUS. EES. m-9194 

JTHE ECEMANENT 

COURT ORDER 
SALE 

AM offara cnnaidarod In diaaoaltlan 
. at brMmi t 9E camar auftt. L. Nv- 
ind-din nt. wroa around dock, no- 
elaa antry. 3 yr. old comoMx. 
: Cioaa to ahoaa and adlaconl to 
^ vacant » Eaducad to 417.900 
Wt bt aaw. viaw ‘ 


Vvat bt a»W. Viaw today, ah 
HgEE McOi^&O 
111-9191 tU5. EEl 3 

955 DINGLEY DaL 

Oulat buiidlna an a oulat atraat. 
vacont. quality 2 BE auEa roducad 
to $34,900. MLS. Mornlno tunaMna. 
I yotactad^^^icw. acmllyjgw and 



PrWPERTIES LTD. 


MORE SPACE 


Oft Lamaa^. i 
137.19^ Try y 


ORCHARD HOUSE 

wnai a vlawi itvi floor. South 
' Claan 1-BE qaraaa park- 
oei, rtc Aik- 


OPEN HOUSE 
Sunday 1:30 - 4:30 
ROYAL WOODS 
1005-1009 
McKenzie Ave. 


>r>t, awinunmo i 

e8y*^'nSeeson 


477-S0S9 


. .. Mitaa, 

Fricad from' 
Low aaaoM- 
wotar haai. 



F E BEOWN i SON S 


A \ / 


PROPERTIES LTD 


OPEN HOUSE, 


2930 COOK ST. 


306-1030 EsqulmaH Rd. 
Sat. and Sun. t-* 

EXECUTIVE 

CONDO. 

A profFisinnally (kH-oroletl 2 


FAIRFIELD 
VILLAGE 
ONLY $38,500 
2 BEDROOM 
CONDO 

S.W. EXPOSURE 


>Mr«a 


out Of town vandor. Mu«t ba taid. 
/law with: 

HEEB McOANNOLO 
3I7-9I»1 BUS. eH. 994-4744 

THE FfE MANE NT 

I OPM< HOUSF 

SAT. and SUN. 2-4 P.M. 
BE.\OON HILL PARK 
T02-1050 PARK BLVD. 

’ vary a aoclout and brtont | bad- 
, room comor auHg In a fevaty Mack 
'qvtflo^lni Eaacon Hill Nrk 
lAkno^ 1909 aoutro foot fodtvrlno 
;ivb baths, quality watt to wait, 
leads ot cioaaf and storaoa aaoct 
I and. of coursd. sun droaoa and ap- 
ailancas. Confrollod undar«round 
oarkino. taro# baicony and shop- 
' eing and iranapdrtaflon art right 
‘around the comtr. Thi» rtaiiy 
I won't last long at 

$65.9UO 


$23,000 

“BACHELOE SUITE ' ALL AF-1 
KiaNCBS It^LUOEO MLS 1 
PSS. TO VIEW C4LL BOB 
KlANCis INCLUDED. MU 

l]§Si,ot“ '"** “• 

,ma3f} 991-3S73 

. J_M WNITJ^E B CO.. LTD. 

r -8S!k54rk{V!M..~i 

CALL 477-1449 Of 4r7-»3l 3 

UB TOWNHOLACE 



tW ntA’HMOl nM 

cs 

WESTMONT 

REAtTY K 384-4434 

THE 

SEAHAVEN 

897 

ADMIRALS RD. 
LUXURY HOMES 
Townhouse Concept 
$51,900-$65,000 


HIH OU WiLNTKn 
TO urr 


ni IJITS FOR Ml.»: 


> ill LOTS FOR SAl.E 


towidNiian stTisit '' nr • l • l >t \ 

Fairbridge 

Proudly Presents 

DEAN 


CASH CLIENT 
PLE 


A Vig>GE IN 
THE COUNTRY j 

An unbBltBVBbly pMr«fu] | 
and bBBufelful »ubdii^kM 'i^t 


U E wEn or TC Eom which Includnk 22 
f. ^ F^lacrio ot flaldd and paiidand 

.... I-.--- -- 


hamqa oro individuoily do- 
•d rosidanM not condominium 
imont units, each previdaa 


Our 

»ignad I 

aoarlmanf _ _ 

irnmadiata accaaa to natural anu 
landKaaad common oroas. 

— A park-iikt saftfnt albrw taurl 
acraa. many hemaa with harbour I 
vitws. 

-- Frotoasional intortor dositn. 
quality craftsmanship throuthovt. 

trqa Uvino rooms with firs-' 


- Functlonsi kltcnsni^^sriiy ^ , 
eioiUd with stova. trldt#. dtsh- 
waahar. 

•» Tea quality waM-to-woll caroat * 


’carii and riaae 

GEEIO 9I44I4I . 

ELDERLY 

‘Uraantly raquira 

jWtmauf bisiriiant. «|T!^ 

^SEiTS^EiO^d-ySSTor ■44144."'’^ pdvatt dn>7yinent 

ALBERTA CLIENT uniqu* aM on« of a kind 

ranti ■crudi tor muaitmant ua,aubdiviskon oonaista of 39 
jjnd^l&olfR lot». no k)« bcinE lew 

344144. CastitFroo^i^ I than ^ an acr». Now avall- 

QUICK CASH 'aUe art t slng)« fainily 2 

tar your ho^ » H js sy itobia^iand 4 bBdrDom homes from 
C4il_ m* jwit,, "'"'*1549 000-JSS.OOO. aim » lou 
ranging in price from 
$22,900-125.500. Thd 


Purchasers* 

Waiting 

For the rlgnt heuta i 


E5 


9«N 


I division is terx’ed 
paved private n^d. 
;hMd street Ughtin^ 


PARK 

ESTATES 


— Larta ealar 


In a ciaaa by itaatt, this fbbuious 
davotopmant conslsta of tuEy tor- 
vicad loti wftn a minimum art# 
of 1SA90 aq. ft. ranginq In prica 
from $31ica to 144400. In a baovt'- 
tul natural aaftlng — aoma wlin 
panoramic vlawt of tna Gulf is- 
landa. Mount Bakar and a oarada 
of saiEwati and antoe. 
bv 9 Locatad in North Saankh. an tna 
isida of the mountain adlelning 
®'**^"iiahn Daan Provincial Fork, 
with I Undorgraund hydm ond taiap h ena 

^ ««r and 

liis Ih ““ *»' T* 

ummS ikSS. . ' ate tielda particularly I rauryoir n. na.-round watt. 

Ma^TO Ac. «m, n be of ureal inlereat to 

CoH^: Eanchar with taod k>v*ert of horsed. The sub- tivt straat ilohtlng. 
saaviaw. u ■umiamHadl hv Now li tht tima t? chooaa vour 

M you art tnmfcind of sotiint division ti lurrounaeo oy ^ in tnu oxciw 

new or ir a faw months tlmairich fannlBnd Bnd is torEtedlsiva rt*<dantiai community that 
piaoia give ua a rtwd- «, .-a# cartfuMy brew nora. Thora 

70 LENNOX 47 S. 9 $ 43 ‘ 2 Vji mlled south Of DuncEH#! n 5 ^y navar afMt oa a davgioe- 

39B417S NjoarNo. 749 ' 1T41 KoksllBh Rd Drivinsimont lika tnle an tna Saanicn 

^Mtty^E^^LM. SJS ^*^ 


_ Haovy aeundproofint and kt^ 
latlon throuthouti tnarme win¬ 
dows. 

Economical aioctric hMlind; 
HaqtTiatw firaoiocat; cabiaviilon. 

I— aarkino for' 

moot raaldonts. 


CIOOO to . . 

SSStfa-TSUlfta* 


doii^ and'WMIno, Apoolnimante room 
3 I 4 -Stx 394 - 3 i 4 ,_ 3 ^mi 9 ._iniver than uiual unit. Cwid 


YOU OWE IT 
TO YOURSELF 
TO 


J CHOICE TOWNHOUSES 

i .KSllal? > - ••• *T- - 

A 7-bodroom condominium Imonth- 
ly mainiananca a low 971.55 oar 7,br 
monthi has irnaflv coma up tor 
•aia in tnii fintpilk buitdif^ iuii 
bedriMin .K«dun,inlum ullh »’jjd 

only 9U days M-ear by out 91 abia and in Immaculata condition, 
pmvince <»ner. A «t.K» 

lirejdac. and tame daylight ''im-JSSft 

kitchen are mam features, walk to Baocon him FWk or dmm- 
A tia.-irho anri rfinlncF lown lo mlnutos. EvaTythlho Is In 

A spailoUS ilMOK ana oining ini*.n^ condition Inciudino brand- 
i-omulimetlt this naw trldtt and Mova. ^ adoeint 
' maol to viaw call MLS 

DOUG MENZIES 
388-6454 479-6256 


badrooma. living, dinino araa' 
dfus largt kitchan with waahar 
•nd^ drvar noM-w. Fancad 
yard — low tw.^ a nf»ontn 
^ MUST 

9. UNIT NO 1-> 3191 LINWQOO 
Nawiy dacoraiod i bedroom.; 
bath and a naK part basamant. 
saparatt dining room a^ Hoer 
to caiiino cut ahma firapiaca 1 
Small compiai and law $11.00 
monthly aaaaaamoni. vaiua 
ericad at $44,500. 


INSPECT THE LUXUEY ,4T7-7079. 
SUITES AVAILABLE IN THE 
THIED (AND l^ST) PHASE H 
Sptncgr C44tit Compiax. You will 
oa dati^tad «Hin tha addad cenva 
niatHiaa. wtOcn add to a gracioua 
WAY OF LIFE. Tns two badrooma 
imaator tnaulto) are larga rooma. 
huM iivtne and dininq rmt., tarrit- 
ic kitchan. A glorlowa gardon, plua 
many otnar faaturaa for your on- 
ieymont. For Itiaurotv vlowlno 
rail 

391-4171 Eutn LKreIx 395-9414 
J. H wniitoma I. c#. Ltd. 


view* of the hurbour. Venckir 
reedy to do buKinesx., 
Yiiur hoot will be'D. Heik 
B ums 477-1841 or evening* 


VIEWS! 

THE ‘TAUSMAaN ' 


OWNER 

SLASHES 

PRICE 


a»lng at aacrHlca prica. Briont 
and chaary. Ntar but and ahqpa. 
Walk to aaa. park or town. The 
ntw lew prica makaa ihla tha moat < 
altractivo offering in town. MLS< 
24Sai. Now only $35,000. Don 
Bacon. Byron Price and Aiaoc. < 
Ltd. 39S-7tie_ 




EOWN 
EOS. on 
UNSHAEO 


"Paopia Halping Paopia" 

ROYAL WOODS 
Tof» Flcxjr 

McKenxle and Quadra i 
Praaant your offer on tnia loft-alvia 
vnii which la In aicailont condition. { 
Ona badrm and 

tMif bT Sold 

$39.9M •> MLS 91994 
JIM McNAUGHT 591-0219 
^39BI771 (tnytima)_; 

FAXRFTKIXt 

MZ.UO I 

7 bdrma.. 1-4 pc. bdtnrma.. dost 
to park, watar and ■nops. Buiidind, 
only Its yra. Vary wall main-, 

"‘"SimiMING - TENNIS ! 
$36,300 

Brignt 1 bdrm. with attractive out 

look Sitting on 5 ac. of - 

Loada of cueboWda at 
man avaraqa krtef^. 

394-7ni Efhol Hprvoy 

CHILDREN 

WELCOME 


Block Brua Realty Ltd. 

UNIVERSITY 

PARK 

TERRACE 

$29,900 

Daluxa 1 BH condo, aituaiad 
naxt tp tha Hpcqutf Club and 
Univarallv. On wa routa and 
cioit to major ahepplno 
cantra. Largo iV'xil' LR with 
baicony Mua In-llna Dr witn 
huga wall mirror to accontuata 
daptn. Maator Br (Uxli) wttn 
W-W cloaat and bakony qH 
Sauna, awiri pool, axtrciaa 
room, bika room and undar- 
coygr parklno. Chlldran wti- 
comtd. includaa atova. fridge, 
oarburator and drapaa. Etadv 
tor Immodlata occupancy and 

315-7711 9»$-4l73 

Gardnar BtaMy L td. _ 

TOWNHOMK 

BY 

TULL 

970 SOUTHGATE 
AcroM from Boacon Hill Park 

I of 4 unita loft 
$49,909 

3 iadrooma. Ua tatna i 
Phona to Viaw 
“'Tulu peviLOfMenT 


complax of 
Family kilchan 
Ining. Laundry 


3. NEWLY LISTED, aootioaatv 
claan 3 badroam tovmnouta 
Cnoica and unit, ao it'a brigni 
and chaary. PuH baaamant i» 
(.omolattiv fintsnad and carpal 
ad. Oodiaa of itoraga and a 
walk in Cloaat off maator bad-1 
roam. Nkaiy fgnead yard. Van- 
dor iqavtno Vidorla ae it la 
rodllatlcaily _pr!c»d at laf.SOO.OO 
Unit No. 7 . 3 m e^tow St 
Small II unit complax — otoaa' 
to acheoia and ahapa. Cali to 

477^W 'BIpNEJOA TAYLOB 
3I2-9M5 

_ B ovai Truat 

’ DELUXE 
TOWNHOUSE 


When It's your houi to shine 
tnike the most of it in i romgn 
t< shirtdtfA with a shirt thit t 
tucked to eNhance the softness 
Hote lathered shouMtrs 
Pfinted Pettera 9478 Misses 
Sues 8. 10. 12. 14. 18 18 
Sue 12 (btist 34) lakes 3 1/8 
yards 80 inch fabric 

$1 80 tor eacn panam- cam. 
cheijua or monay order Add 
lor each panem kx tirgiciass mgii 
end hgndirnQ Send ip Di'iy 
Co'oniit Pallgrn Dtpl., 

106 Crooktord Bivd.. Scartor 
ough. Ontana M1RS64. Prmt 
plainly pailtm numbt*. your 
nama addroM 

lets be prKtiC9l*you |et 
more tor less $ whee you $e«r* 
Send for new FALL WINHR 
fASHlONS TO SEW CATALOG Has 
$l SO coupon lot fTN pal 
lere ¥ yoar choice TSf 
l07-t9it9iil Semne leik |1.M 
10l-tfial9trt fialHei leefe 11.01 
128-Patck«9fh QbiHi 11.98 
1244ini V Oraemefrts $1.90 


o*;r 

JOHN BUNYAN: KICK KINNIS: 
AT 3a9-443x ANYTIME 

OPEN TO VIEW. 

Wookdaya: 1:99-5:90 
Sat._and_S^ iro^iOO 

EY CONSTBUCTtON 

PRESENTS 
Parade of Homes 
At . . 

CHBrdM 


ce^iriatgdI CaahM CitY Biaeitv Lt4. sfrTW'tlme to VictoHt is BpfiTmx. |cntraKt*'cloa 4 to Panoramic Etc 
CONSIDERING“mXUNGT? 140 mlft. Simply to vlnit f^SSTpJT It? H%wiy 

I htvt atriaua aurchtatra raadv fa brMge cBJl be B deeply astU- tum aft at ^Ttvlih 

I . tiTHil coftaaa autaida of town on'tyblC experl«$cc. 

a good aitod with garden 036‘/U4 I 

and tome arivacy. Up ta.i.^,,. further liilormBUm ia:lD-4:3e 

9. laan^ Ptnmauia rtflramdnt SEE MR. BJORNSON OS /-oi a/-l/ 

Sa -THE PROPER-nr ; GEORGE BLACK 

OR CALL OOU-ECT J 382-2426 

J. EaquWnaM^iad aMrtor hamp 11^746*7429 

- 1 rtMP. 1 bad- 

ar mart. Muif nave bate-__ 


Pager 930 


mant. 

4774)191 

Ptapr fM 
Bovai Truat_ 

Do You Wont It 
SOLD 

Call SHANE 

' i am now out of nomoa. in tna 
$4^009 ortca ranft. Mugi r*- 
I planith my aN 

tnjROUSERS 

looktna for ol^ charoctor t«ma 
'adar HIM >4f 


JUDY JOHNSON 


_ _ rar^. Muai -. , 


At 


BROADMEAD 


LJ 

WESTMONT 

REAITY ‘S':’ 388-4434 


7925 


ason Rood ' 


WE HAVE IT ALL 

, ___ SHAWMCtAN LAKE AREA 

'td. 8.9M..9^rnan88. trade or awapi 


K"^,'HnrT6j^.ro.-r w.oob lo 

MOiOO row. FTOM. :OIOU. »l,Tl « « 

DONNELLY community of doatny he 

Rmil Trvtl 


HAVE PURCHASERS 



koval Truat 
rpB iv ATE . BUyI 


UYEB, WANTS 
'anfda^i area- 
Hf. Hiph Oua- 
9) Highar If com 


Simps 

(OFF MT. NEWTON X RD.) 

Enargy-aavirm Inaulaflon. Tharmp-! 

Igiaaa wtn^i, attacnad caroort*. 
extra larga kltchana. aaac^ pm- 

carpatt. haattlaiDr flraplpcaa In 
' twb-badroom homaa, bay windowa., ^ 

, I'WM m muen moro. ^ 

I ssifsPcJiigy i - 

■ m MO and Itt.OOO j l«l U»TC>|0» WANTED 

M Hw, M tnu «o«. m»m,l,lLVER^lffHL\G WE VE' ' 
MymMt, cw 'W rw*'. ] TOUCHED 

OAFN TO VIEW DAILY 1 HAS TURNED TO 

' * JJSOLDJJ I 

■ vrftlilTAlJCTlON SA* • AA— • A,A6lA(nl I WA 

• Y. CONATAUCTION- VooO IW MwM lA mELLM. 

yw amA voy, onoony MEOLftAA. 
If ao call ua for ACTION — iha 
kind that cqlinta. 

CONNIE REYNOLDS 477-9914 ar 
HAZEL CAMPBELL »4jeei 
anytima 


care to praaarvt and 
ra^imaru It* unlouo natural 

wide id»a are nof ino 
•xcoMlw In Broadmaad ... that a 
our avorato lot alto ... 

.. apooo to ilvq, to erow. to onlov 
c4M>ai couMFy living -^yot luaf 
ie mlnutoa fruir city eonfro. 

.,. Wt ngvo on txcolienf Mftctlon 
. of 14 to Vvaero homo alto* avail- 
,iS2* SBH for vt^ng, priced from 
01.590 to $4000. 


MlW* 

300-4434 


I G. LID5TONE 47T-0t43 


I^hSTSOOKK 

One of Oaaf two tcra oarcaii tart 
In tnia PNcalipnt Milt up arte 
Water avaliobia. Swooping view 
from ocean end occaaa to bOKh. 
Financing. 10,0^ 

3U-4434 I.^L 


.LIDSTONE 4n-09l2 


“ ^JyiANVfARO 


TAKE THE FIRST 
STEP TO 
BETTER LIVING! 

viait ua at aur effico-diaptav noma. 
tSO Rev*! Oak Drive, or call 
459-5391. 1:39 A M. 5 00 F M 
Attar houra or wockanda — 


Immocutoto l-bdrm comer 
aulta; l'i batna; ptumbad ter 
waahor^rytr. $444X10. 

KlRt:PLACE 
l7*BDRMS 
$36,000! 

Unique auitt 
only 10 unita. 

Mua formal dinina. La 
araa adiecant kitchan. 

MUST-SEE". You'll love it. 

KENSINGTON TERRACE . 

DL*«n*i>i’V room haa corner feature ff ano 

BEST BUX yy-W cartWt. dinino area, dallqnttvl 

Soacioua, proatioo iu>it m! cabinet kitchen with larqa aundack 
auear-maintalnaid buMdinq. Im-1 off. 1 bodrma. up. carpatod atair- 
madiatt occupancy OFFERSMway. maatar an auitt and 4.pca. 
TRADESI OFFER5I Jbam. Bqxpmant has third badrm., 

394-954) ^kxfy Vlllanauva 3M-7|fFkwr family room, laundry aroa 
pttnty of atoraea appet. 

--— A BAROAINil 

Call: CONNIE 
- . . 1941 or SUE 

WARKE 9454937 or 314-3194 any 
ttmt. 

Saaaprav Frooartiaa Ltd. 


For Boys ’n’ Girls 


FAIRFIELD 
Owner Returning 
to England 

and leaving a beautiful. 1 badrm. 
iVa bathrm corner att In one of 
our moat doalraabif araaa Fta- 
turta tiagant lR-DR with aaittrn 
BAY WINDOW In bright tabng 
araa. Superbly lald-^ (badrma. 
at althar and of ate.) and attrac- 
tivfiy decorated tnia att. providaa 
lea. bdlcony with byllt-in plantar 
boxatj controiiad UN- 
OBRGROUNO parking; workahOP- 
Snort walk to BfikON HILL 
PARK and $HOFFINO. 945.900 
< can today tar an aopt. anytime. 

{ DONNA FOSS 

477.mi 3^75 (Fgr. 304) 

O.F.H. REALTstATE LTD. 



(£pbrir 

^ Sralty Cm. 


M 62M 


nOUTY UQ 


SUPER 

CONVENIENT 


2 BEDROOM 
TOWNHOUSE 

Tnia vandor la aorlowa. Juat re¬ 
duced $3.0iN. Now offarad at a farw 
taaiic prica of $41,910 (MLS) Good 
(inartcing. immadiatt peaiiPiton. 
Cleat to dowrttown and park, ideal 
for working couple Steve, Fridgt, 
Dlihwoaner, Waaner and Oryar. 
Mit-ln Vac. Indudod. Aiae aoma 
furnitura. 

Tnia a auear buy. Fhena for aeo't. 
A aacrifica at sii.foo. 

394-1111 BO FR0K4SCH 477 1194 
MON TREAL TRUST COMPANY 

VILLAGE QROVE" 
$52,600 

An Ideal ratiromant community lat 
on 4 acraa of park-ilka aatiing 
Deakir^ fo* comfort, privacy and 
aaaa of malnfananca. 2 BPS, den 
pnd garooa in fhia apirt-itvti unit 
Thara'a luat nothingTika it and an 


of propdri 
and larg 

irrna 


LAUREL POINT 

3 BEDROOM SUITES OF VARY- 
ino floor plana for the dlieaming 
yiaia ns Batjovilio ^^*'**' 

wiifba 
CEDRI 


condition. Adyit biKi^' 
lent. RSOUCBO' 
__ _ You would M 

I'X fli,”.s:5i£%TXiir 


maculate 

;$rci wxr 


and 7 p.m 
% REALTY LTD 


PARK PLACE 


2 BEDROOM , 
CONDOMINIUM 

'll^ttrvSL V**8l¥molca and ■ 
■ Oftarad 


ktt prict 

395-7711^ JUWf Pen W 

_ GARDNER REALTY LTD 

3 B EDROOMS ^ 

FUU* BASEMFAT 
m BATHS -r.p. 

$41,900 

Excdllant ^y for tnia immacu- 
lota unit In a daairabia eem- 
^lax with awimmlAf 



OPEN HOUSE 
34*278 lAland Highway 
Sat. tnd Sun. 1-4 p.m. 

SK.?. fflw STSt. 

aamT-datacnad tovmnooad. A am 
unit including davalopad 

t?S*iCAY ffi-iKK 

PRICE'R’EOUCED 
933 Admirals Rd. 

. Unit No. 18 

Enloy quiet luxury ilvtrtq In thj 

dailghfi^ I'T 

In a a Unit building. Sp4<*o« 4 
with FF and My 
eating area In kitchen. Jar;# » 4 mi. 
ly room vuith bar and Ihd lira- 

do gardening choraa or. 
nouao — bocauat IT* 41' mma FOR 

luRF Jts-iSlt ^ 

‘’'"-SRtVrroliffi'' 


1 Hava aincaro purchaaara far a 3 
bodraom, full boadmanf. plua 
family room Home. Mmi ba on 
a lorgo lot. Cgdbore G«v, Ook 
Bay aroa Approk. 9904)00 rarsga. 

2 Purchaaora wont a noma in the 
Wlliowa Beach araa. 3 bedroom, 
full baaomont Kama. Up to 
$95,000. 

Thaa^ are atneora roouoatt. pioaaa^ 

GORDON ADAMS 99^1353 
BOORMAN INVESTMENT 
CCL LTD. 


SHEARI'NGKAM 

LOTS 

APPROX. 1-ACRE LOTS 


CORDOVA BAY 
in an an araa auch aa Victoria 
noted for aoa viawa tnia lot aianda 
above all otnara. Your comaariaen 
la inviiad. Nof only la (t l-S acra tn 
alM but la located among tine 
nomoa in the prime area of Cor¬ 
dova Bay. The tread area win oive 
any dteraa of privacy. Full price 
540.000. MLS 

399-4434 JOHN 9UNYAN 393-7777 
391-4434 9ILLIIOHU 477 5317 

5-10 ACRE lATI'S 
Seauiifvi building aitea baio^ 
Mount illnkhprn. Drive wavt <n 
ilaiiad. Drive out Sooke Rd . turn 
left on Kanparop Rd. Lota aa 
prox i*> milta to tha left. 

399-4434 RICK KINNIS 477-9394 


55 ACRJ-.S 

___ WITH BEAUTDT l-IAKK 

ON BLAQCTOP RD. PIPEI7 piece of Real Eaiai 

WATER. STARTING AT, .'bcatad jm xpngaroo ^ Rom 
$13,500 AND UP. PHONJ-, F 


CXILDIE. 642-3140. 


3041 CADiORO BAY RD. 


'a^c^'- 

r ar 401. 


Y WOJ _ 

■ country'STYLE 
LIVING 

In thaaa roomy fewnhouaM. 
of living area plua 3 badrooma 
with a ,5*9^ 

To tod It off/ fhara a 
oltntv ‘of room In m# ^'1 


WANTED 
OAK BAY 

3 or 4 bedroom, t bath full 
bamt home with rac. room and 
good parking. If you hava auch a 

noma and art cgnfgmp- 

ing give ma a cafl: a. . 

ION 477-0141 or , 

_The PgrmananI 

THE PROFESSIONALS WITH 
the guaranfoad aaia%pian. 

I i7lk Homaa Realty 

I 3IM5M (14 h^a.) _ 

27B EXCHANOK REAL 
1 nSTATE 

~ ToUximv 
STRATA DUPLEX 
OCA 

Only I year oM. qualitiaa 
10 Tax writa-otf. Laaaad 
, $4l5 par month. Offara ( 
9104)00 In fax aaving fhia _ye 
Tra^ conaidarod. Equity t]0,( 
frTF 0. carvRr 

' HENDERSON REALTY 
30l'974l 


BRENTWOOD 
HEIGHTS 

aarvicod tread iota, Mitt cuL 
da-aac. araa dt w|1Ry homaa. 

McM from 0UOO with aniy 
10S O.F. Balance an aaay 
tarma. 

SOOKE 

Let 3. Beat Gian Rd. US pcroa af 
nlcaiy-traad proF Ort y. offoring la- 

.tvpcv. Area praaant- 

‘ iricad at 


h .L VICKERS m-lSS’ 
OWN B SONS LTD 


.. *52-7739 

Ollvgr Devglaa 999-39H 
WHITTOMB B CO., LTD. 


UVIC AREA 


.000 


MAYFAtR 

il.MO aouora fart of 

ic.^Turs.* 


9 lota avaliabia now which we can 
build vour Dradm Houaa on. Do 
aoma of the work youraait and 
leva mpnav. 

For infarmatien call Mra. Fat Saul- 
niar, Kaaepl Conat. Co Ltd. 5» 
DvpplinAd. at 39*-«t9) or raa. 
for , after 5 rt 9B PII97. 

^ ■ ’UNIVERSmr-ARBUTLS 
SEAVOn^-S 
14Qx9r) 

$48,000 

Raaidanca Office 

- TadW ■■ 

: Broa 


I cant. ... _ — 

'Very urganf aala. All 


ir r.’rtj 'riiir«7-2.x ''tSi'MIi o*6 i-y 

Iffimif to^Kpam?, *?#?,' c^n.! Amanitlat inei^i: 1 prtio# y'L*’ 
achopia and tranaoorirtion. Bpriv aaa view, pttvito r. r m 
aoiaaaaion — ONora invited on|garrtana, 

579.900 and S4t 99C ML 35143. Ap-1 ataom room, aauna, 

r- . - . .... Tairoom, 

tgrkmg etc 


. .Mroom .Hi., in Vk.o.lr. 


.. and S4l— . _ - 

piianc** and drapM includad. 


391-9191 I 


^HE FERMANBNT 

ADD rr AU/ UP 


?•» S-V 

twirl pool. 

_ _ rKraafion 

underground controlled 

>*-■*'*• I iKn-iT f-TSS-'T* 

;^^'tt/a»Des.ONS.LTO_ 

HNANCTAL DISTRESS 

.S.$LF 

SPdtiMa airrta duditx m Langford- 
Ce'weed arM. 3 badrooma. 2 
bdthfoom*. fgncad^Mck nice 

anew rtty. Tnia ti not on' 
OMTiflOd puren^ can aaaumt 
1 . Idool for aarvtcaman 


whan you purchaw fhia 1 badrt 
condo A cqmfdrtaWa 790 ao. 
complafa wffh afova tnd fr' 

•'*** WRIGHT 

477-019? 4774197' cut-dd-«#c. cioaa to - 

LIS ADAIR-WILLIAMS_ijmmadirtg Fp^lrti. Five MPil- 

477-0191 MlWMlincqs rtty Tnlaii nrt on ahOF 

Ravrt True!_ 

SEA VIEWS 
DALLAS ROAD 

Delightful, Bright I bedroom con¬ 
dominium. Grti afova. fridge, etah- 
wathar. flarOurator^ and draM 

Ema iilwy fulfil 
BlockJrw Raatfy ltd 
BY OWNER. OVER 1090 IQ. FT 
with wnrtirt^cfN llO^rat viaw 
rt autar hariar/ ttratt and maun- 
lama, tram a laciufM aun^k 

' only'»»,«uo' 

i,v,ly in, »,«rMm -It" 

M.,1, •ti»«,^«" »"< "•« a 
1 »M. oKtr *otn. 

•SmH 


(1971 


‘.’OT, 


BY OWNER. CORNtR SUITE 
wHn iwoopini vlfwf Tram Innar 
Harpawr to trial laiand. 1 Odd- 1)4 
raemg. tVi bathe, oa/aga a^klna. roa 
nil. a^a Awina I41.)0Q il • 
4>1 j 9,W01|I. ' 'l91- 


.> one 
MON‘ 


Mika an offer. 

Slf-lHl B.W.FROKOSCH 

iNTRBAL TRUST COMFANY 


477-1194 


FAIRCLIFfE 
LANE 


South weaf axpoaura. cnoica loca¬ 
tion 1 bdrma with view of aaa and 
mountalna. Itova, fridaa, diah- 
waahar. iKburrtor and, drapaa Jn- 
ciutM. Covtrad parking 147,000 

_ 

-"^NTRBAL TRUST COMFANY 


TOWNHOUSE 

Unlvaralty, 

Cantra and 


Racourt Club. Rk. 
. , ahoaelno all within 

mlnytaa rt tnia fully otvalopgd J or 
4 wm. (plua dan), iv$ bath unit 
In Ggrda^aad. Would you ballava 
only 144,900 and immadlal# p 
Nfft MLS 35990. LEW... 

NOBLE. JSS-Tfll or 711-5)47 (VIc- 
tor la), ROCK CHALIFOUR- 
^59 or 3M-07*, Fagar Im! 
Centu ry 11 AMyfair Rwt^_ 

No Fuss No Muss 

If hai avarything, It'a immaculata. 
mmr^^mm I ha^. 9 rtn»-^bawmani. taatrtullv 

JLR€KNIR i7J.^4[dacoratad, only 4 yaari okT ffatty 
fiewor garden and privaTt pgtio. 
Lawna^ greyrrta. haafiM.awtmmino 



OPEN HOUSE ^ 

SU N. 1:30-4; 30 

SUITE 108 


and' e laundry room. Excrtiant f 
^in# avai^. w vW fww 
■- try an rtfar on 141,900 and j 


Will 


GRAYOON HOOKER 
3**.3111 Sfl-lll* 

MONTREAL TRUST CO^ANV 

OAK BAY! 


_ rtflca 

down paynsant. 
trade. 

STEPHEN SHEA 

477-7114 194 hra.) 399-7481 
_0. F.Jianlav B Aaadciataa 

■ "trade 


*LL •lAUTIFta^ muo. 
.no.- I acfi Ardmerg, NllOO, 

Lew < arra View Wlilla M.. ^^MO. 
kldar l^^a waterfront at wilila Pt.. 

') acra Rebinaen Lake front. 

' North Courtenay, 911.000. 

3 M. 744 t Pm I ?all Ar dataila I Allan Kfanman 
- — lW I W-TyT I ar 39 1.7r*. 

' BEAUnrUL BROiwOOD 
Tha lart m AAarchant Read, near 
Client nai boat will trade ter let -’tna aaa. Tr« ' 

—--irtafe, 30* vicad 


If .a 

.... . The 

land can be aubdividM inio 
amailtr iota if reeulred or have 
your own private eatatt with lake 
Far compirta drtrtia and maoe 

RICK KINNIS 477 93M 

1.68 AC 
$25,900 

Fretty traaa and a creak 
ttsrougn the back rt tnii prop 
arty, town alda rt Sooke. OK 
tor m^ia. City wafer, ahouio 
park Tal. 

JO Lennox 479-19*9 

999-4179 Fagar 76« 
Marilyn Atotora 9n-IO>$ 

Capital City Raoity Ltd. 

3M-7SS7 

SHAWNIGAN LOTS 

< Large aarvkad lota luat aitp^ 

I from the viiiaaa and Lafr 

Pricad rignt at $13,000 lo 

Wally*Patar ion 477-77** 

Adrtint Nkhrt 4774547 

capiiai city Raaity Ltd. 

9I97SS7 

SIDNEY 'LOT 
$25,000 

r Ideal location to build vour naw 
I noma, on aawar and p«pad water 
Handy to achooia. bua. atora Laval 
with fruit tree*. 

PADGE BLWELL 

14774141 477.3488 

ELEANOR BRAY 

14774141 991-1130 

LOT FOR SALE 

Aakinq only 919,900 tor a auparb ' i 
acra aaraicao lot on Whittan Sp>t 
Rd. In Sooka. it you want a view 
from your planned noma than you 
anould not miai vltwing thla naw 



tread, good Mil and Mr-1 


iting. 

74141 

_ THE PER/^NE_trt 

CUAULTA 

HEIGHTS 

Build tha ftna ham# rt vou choici 
Wa have iota wrth orivacy 
weeda — aaa and city vltwa. Ortv 
UP at dvak and wateh the citv 


118 CROFT ST. 

Urganf aala. priced right ai 

^ — g^-j97rtrtd 


113.900. One badrf 
floor. Mhind Jar 
imm. Pom. 


_3 BDRM TOWNHOUIE 

1 700 M ft. ptve full baaemant. 
rvetic firapiK#. praM cloth wall-, 
paatf, aundack, oarburatar, 1-car 
parking, pool and Muna. in popu¬ 
lar OordM Head, fS flngnelhi to 
fUftartdTfufchtMf. Call 7li%41. 


mccA. 

fji artf rttuirtan in thta drtuxa 

BY OWNER. SfACIQUS'LUJJURV 
aulta In anMii twirt. FairWrtd 
black, 1 bodrMi^ I'y 
piaca. ai^enlcfliy 
l^l^j^^vnd parking SaifoB. 

'.r.* 


1 1 mfiae 
' 391-/M3. 


ta lawn, an bwe ravta, 


SaiMray 

RRFarnoK location 

$40,900 

ffprata with room for fraaiar/ 1 
bedraemi. \Vt bamraemi, (an- 
lulfaTT nuio LR carartad and 
alaa^in MlcrtW facM# 
iraac, Lavrtyl 

R ilanca* and 
<rm^\ dining 


«ledny facm# aak 

' Sr fii'HiVi 

. ^ ^ I rggm. By aagaint 

nXeSn$ gent HS-IUI (ffwe 
Eearman Invgrtm^ m. lM. 

041 Cadlara Aay Rd 


’ufchdMf. 

PI 


SALE 




m^.'caiiwf 

OPEN EVERY DAYi 
1:30-4 

933 ADMIRALS RD 
TOWNHOUSES 
SUPREME!! 

jygf two of thOM fina hom«a laH i 
M parry ygy wtHgjT tga lana. 
EKh naa 3 Mdraemi, Thia ]i an; 
•xcaliani arolgcl. Drod araund rtHf 
will nrt M Mrrv Far 


Vt$o( cipt and kini aettm 
covrt youniittn warmli 
Tht C9P$ aft a gftiirl of thtaa 
cokxi crocMad m t» lac 
4iEE8r' 1998, fttadad taaftaa 
art oftt coloi Crogfiat laU 
of tynlhfiic wotstad Pantffi 
509 Si/n S. M. I includad 
$V&u tor tach prtttm- cash 
Cheque or mongy ordar. Add 25d 
Hx tach pailtm ky UiMdaM ma-i 
gnd handling Segd 10 Daily 
Coion.tl Patiarn Dapt . 

106 Crocktord B'vd Scarpor 
Ough. OniariQ. MIR 589 Print 
plainly palltrn numOtr your 
namg. iddtttt 

NfW fOR 1979' NllDLECRAn 
catalog Hundiadi of bfauti 
tul thinp to make' 3 fiat 
pattarni nrndt Sand 75d 
12i^^h/Uif Tranifars $1.98 
128-Fatcfi«9ft OiNfto $1.98 
127 M|h9Ra y Oadfai $1.98 
121^79% nawan $198 
$1.58 
11.58 
|l.25 
|l.25 
11.58 

i lJ8 
1.88 
1J8 
1.88 
.iu 

1 125 

IJ8 

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1.W 

nt 

TU 

. 75 * 


ioim.ufjat. in iw 

-- NEW SUBDI VISION 

Sunny Lake Hill _ . . 

' OLD 

1 nm niTBS au __ —_ _ ■ i ■■ • Ar r “ - i .... i... - 


UNIT M04I OOLOITREi^ 
badroam, n>0 aq. ft. Aakino I BXCHAND 
15.000. 471-1499. 


SEE OARAGES FOR SALE. 
RENT OR R ANTED 

OARAGE FOR TRAILER BOAT, 

any area. ^aaM Nava maaaaga. 

471 -0547, ___ 

HOURE8 WAITTED 
TO BUY 

CALGjSy COUPLE 


geaMaaien can ba arran^ 

r . If you are maldarlng 
tM naer futura, R'tiM 


CHARACTER TRI-f^X, FAIR- 
flild. eraaaaa lIliM. Aaking 
«95iMO. Conaldar troM for hem 
or motor home. IM-Tfn, 3194171 
pager 407. 


128^79% 

1» PfW DwHi 
liMitb ‘a’ OnuDwiti 
IZl-SWck'a'riUkllvWi 

t22'«>fl'i’Pii<l^ 
III ruin Skw^ 
117'tMi Sw<i^ii t 

in-ifli m QwiH 

lISAffIt CnM 
llSIwM hlb 
1I4II Ml Im 
imsM I imT 
IOIMmI MK.MM 
IN-IuMmI FhMm 
tOS-lmlMt Ciwlwl 
104-lMlMt Himi 
ill-is QinHi <•> Imm 
102 Mmmm QMta 
101 QiriH MkIm 





fractiva iota In EmT 
... . . . .1 txcolltnf buy at 
911.900. Eleanor Sandaraen, 

' B Cb. Lid._^ 

HEmbESTULlJOrS 

In Caiweed ar« 

LARGE \liTODED LOT8-- 
8ERVICE 3 M Cma-E. 
FROM $21,500. AfR. GUtKA 
388-42S2. 


. 0 
...fa 

Orta I tL 
EmI ; dayi. 


inytfttora will aay cai 

999-9144 19B-7499 

” L. Mann B AaiaciaM Ltd. 

'rboubstV older 

, four bedroom heme In 
lart# raome. mwrt hava 
net wator haqNna^. firaaiaca aiM 
larga ^ijy AHehan, aratarr^y 
in naad of jffnor rawlr. af.lcad 
taO/Oda. call anytima. 

c^’flb 

bagr a am 

. aa laen aa ... 



HIGHLAND 

LAKE 


rea., and Zapa 
araen an aitt. Svn- 
call Norm or 


Holf Acre 
Willis Point Rd. 


on vaiieua cemmunit' 
view. Saciudod. ‘ 
find. Fhena for 

Doug iewgn ... 
awlftortgn Stewart 
Realty World 



.rj-.-TTi? maunl 
wo^^veo^^^ fgka 

,— ISr 


CAM PAID 

If vfvr nauaf li tuHabja far rgntai 

ftlMPMNilGAHA OR? 
Ciianf wBftfa S bidraam hoina wffh 
raem fd^k 1 care and fraiiar. 

^^T ^wK ealty I9siai4 

UROBfir * “ ‘ 

tn naad rt rtd horn*. WMi buy fgr 
carti ios-lsai. _ 

FEIVATS buyer' - ^DBR 
f^a^ will pwrehaM far aaah. 

34 EIDI^M^HOUSI 'AMTinN 
J9 yaari, iKlIfl, ng aggnfa. 




ar fg ffwgrt in — IT'S 


BEAUnrUL BRENTWtXJD 
1 fully-Mrvkad Irt with curtam 
daalgnad hawM rtana includad an 
^rt cui-4a4a€. 911^. For aa- 
Brtnfm antle vlaw^ IN-IOA._ 

WATERVIEW FliOPERTV 

10.S acra aarcaN. w Mufh alda rt 
Mf. Nfwfen on jTad^^n Pi. 
Offara to tH/PW. For aggarntmant 
fa view. 401940, 

XVif) 

S IN r| 

ROC 

i l « nr troM Itvti w lifftMJ. 

fATTIRSALi., 9 PRIME 
m ifrvliiii C far aaig, ar 


Sarvki 

axclui 

are#. 


r ta build on. I 

'imM' 

ROCKLAND 


$95,000 




INVItTMENT PROPERTY 


M-MrtJ fry ytur ofrarB 


I ACRIS. north 
aaaturi. fame nraaa, 

hydra and waff. Raady 
Mvet Mil. sff.aoS. aiMWf 


SAANICH, 
driyawav, 
fa Mild 


OKLY SIX LETT 
BRE.NT\VOOD 
Nfwty oaviieaad left facino aa/k. 
In a aulrt cul-dp-aac. Ltvtiv frata 
and fafna. Ail undararound h' 
vicaa plua ilghtlrM, cvm and pav- 
- . Lrt alia* 910 19 U.Ifa aq. ff 
eta 139,900 to trfjMf ftrma •f 
daairad. Llanfair Craacart irtf 

S 'aiiaca Or-^ lauth rt Marcnant 
d ). 

J^RCONI realty 04-3941 

want'TO Bim-D? ' 

W/VNT OONVENIEMT-:* 
Inquire about aur 4 irta M enrpon 
Head. ClOM fa Unl^rtiy. cK^ ta 
all kimIm lavrti. Ciaaa to b«^ 
Lrta art laval with uhdarjvg^ 
tarvkai. Vayr chelca at 114400 

HOME BUnXrtNd IDTil 


MILL BAY - UNMITRUCTID 
rtaw rt Brgnfu^d Gay inirt. 

aUlsL'’ 

Ready to bufid anrtaft in new auw 

«r*wr5g!Ss.*Xf£:; 

art# hfuaNM, SliAt adch. 
aarvIcM) bvifdar'a fgrma. llBiaSA 

' MOBILE HOMr 

SOOKE. *4 ATiRACrtVI WOOO- 
*9 i Pt^aa. tram 

idaai aita far rnabiia ar mgdu*ar 
ham#. 46' iavrt lrt. nkaiy tread, 
lurt OMf 17 mil# fiiuM an Faiv 

P$UBL'| RfCRIATiON AT 

^ 2f'..VP canfaingd 

wallir. m.m. 4M-fif4. 

iisaw 

THE PERMANENT 


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HI LOTI run KALR 


tM AiMAOn rOR BALB 
AND WANTED 



lAO^^ 82.000 

owd m MwM md 

pMMf Mg WWjtoJ^. 

;:i jsrcs,''' 

OOW OOVtY. 1 
TWO SERVICED U)TS 
s*crifk«« tt tlMM -> an Mvtd 
cut<i—c )« lufwwl f n vfllwa. 


|uiM now V twM for InvMtmont. 

!^rH,Wo?%iw sifi 

_ _malWwo«c© _ 

CAMRO^ GR£SCF:^T 

LOT I yXHJ M. ( 

LOT ) Ull M. 1 

Tr«M. vtt«« mm city, mmd I 
•front OAO Olyn^ mognWnt. 
Controfv tlfiM xm, wMI « 00 %( 
ond ooHd 10 vowr noodt. 

YtATt CONiTnoCIION^O. 


VIBW LOT i 

METCHOSIN I 

'fXww%¥ too ond.Qtyfp 
»n oroo. dmt no^ dtoo to 

i& uar ' 

rocklanuave. lot 
oNLYOtn: 

iKtro torwo Md looofy il.m to. ' 
M. locotooDonM 0 fo«^wo»ron • 
•rivoto cwi do ^ c. IMcod tor 
quiet tO««. in.nT 

MnsT^ffllYN \ 


r^n'sst 


IWARO 


&!? ■ S 'afrm. 

ptff> COVt; 4 ACRirWATfR. 
vM^oocn oocott noorbv. 1V4W 

LOT OVIKLOOKIM 

2«5- irss dr^l«::K 

utotTromlowit wm 0%fm . 

SUMKIoll ioT ytTM VALLCY 

ITS PKOrCRTY FOR AAlX 

dooePDOWNTOWW AIIOABirfY. 
oroit rovonuo lisS oor momh, A 
fflol of 1 unift. woo rooiriMo, 
two 1 bodfoom. thm I bodNem. 
Idooi *tr food dovotwmtrt. oorrv 
moreitUy aonod. Wm iro^ tor 

SMALL TC^HOUtC IIIX 

5wjaR*_i5^ 


M-worthy*' I 


AOooo 


HOm AT SAII^Lm ARI^I 

iSwISl. torvltS*^ 

narm of ^ortivlila' null 

• Acsi lot'with view luilc^ 

114 ■■ROPr.RTy WANTCI) 

“ URGENfLY~ 
REQUIRED 

»mdA 

- .j Aaaof<< 

oroporty luitooio. cti 
oiJ^V aHth ar wfthowt 
MN OOCtO MHL* 
yA-nai. castli Mi 
T ill 


%#ir 


in-^. 


or tor lano farm loaaa. 




WATBMM I AMOClATa 
■M.TY LTD. 


I HAVE A CASH AUllCHAtffI 

~ NAVI LAND Oil PftOJiCTr 
Wo «ro kntofwtad M IwlM tand 
ly tuodivitlm. ado far nifR. mo- 
dium or low danalty. or rovortgo 

r roioctt >n oraoraaa. Ahooo taoati 

ontffucH Ow. 1M4W1. 

HELP ' 

CHSItTIAN 6nOUP LMKINO 
fpr oiaep of land idootahlirtir um 
M a ^ndran i cornp. loiito 9 
Duncan or on iooMcfi PorMntwia 


DSytLDPEn RlOyiMt RAW 
■and In any aroa, aoAMilp fir auw 

iM AimEAae roa sale 
Aim WAXICD 


(Cr&rir Btrrlr 
firalty Ctii. 


flOOfCE AND 
SALTSPRINO ACREAGE 

1) SHCRINOHAM POINT. 

viaoipf^ Mora o . m of t% 

sc 

•woaWnf vtoM of Mo (froiN 
^ Juitn do Ftmea and fn* 
Ofyn J tt. Juof 1) miTat aaof 
M TIiIoh of loooa. AatUnq 

>1 in doarao broamtahini viow 
from mio TVy aero proporfy. 
Vary orlvato. ciooo to Oainoft. 

a£o*tM?Sl ****' 

" 'pjr V»»i?*si JiJsif 

iaim Pt. aroa Yondw loov- 

i.,FSwi/“K»Fv.. 

WOODEN 

ACREAGE 

Locatod Ivtf M mlnwtM to doym- 
lown Victoria and doaa to ftaMna 
and ooH. TtwM etteica AAatcncoin 
Hjoionioa ara twa to aoooai to 


wtip «w 

___ . ooctudpd 

country ffvlw. lonoino from Id 
' rpi and to and pr'ead from 


fn ooLoaiTitAM AVI • anaaai 

GET out' AND GO 
WHERE THE 
VALUES ARE' 

Trpdd M«. VnryInK tn alaa 
fmm 2.0 lo T.S scm. Ftvdd 
roAda. pmvtn wtlla. Prtra 
rang* t^.OOO to HOXWO. For 
(iptslli esll: 

Kan Prrrtdr 

(R) (B6-S886 torf.t 3ft«4)01 
KNOWLXB MuALTY LTD 

SEAVlBVV 

ACREAGES 

I itaai ar tia.idt, Vaiir cfwica af 
I acra oareato oi^iaaitrM tna 
Pari tan^uan Martoor ar Pan 
Ranfrow. Road wanf u ja, 

Hal Mcond arwotfi fiMir. Maat 
for roeroaftan, rofiramaM ar no^ 
ina araaarly, Tarma avaiiaota 
Tjdaa aanaMarai Por ^omi 

••■RA M^ummoLA 

jEMtariw. Mirji*4Wi 
TH i PlRAUNfNT 

T.l sarda 

nuvAcy - Tfum 

iatiw«iar(^a^ti|^k, j 


frama wtfn } M * 
tv ht aaaott m 

away foani dfy lita. MNAfR IP 


to to U AC PARCELS 
8X900 

4 or f oartati romoMM mm 
om^o franfata m OfWr FI. lid. 
Troad wftti faaa MMinf aNw, 
Raov finanemo ownari wtN 
carry. OOAOON DDVCY, 3tH«l 
rtIJBW or iOHN MocOONALO. 

I mW - 3*a^f* __ 

AY OWNER aWraCTIVE 9 
! BodrAam homo an TVt acroa af fia« 
, yianllo land adth Mrata and 
I to^ ynfimohod wa n anoo and rac 
1 roam, lacafad m Sormtda aiM’ 
cloM to now neooftai ifH. taidl. 
Ownor yrlll carry larto Mcond 
mortaaao at ooad rata, n wrtaoaina 

wa oro bW m. iN d WB ._ 

m» PER ACHE 

SI aeraa. Ttmiarad. 4 wmii drtya 

ittSb DAVTO IWTT 4fM4M 
P.R. SAOW W A lOW LTD. 

Do vHn Ill mr _ 

}7.y ACRE9. NICKV'TKEEO 
laf m MonKiFn. Aafeint laido. 
4>t.ita4 . __ 

SHE rPMLAND 

FBOPKRTTTIA 


PASucoM twtviawA 
l^awcvtta a M FiArttR U tp ' 

now Roc ^ant^ Ooad Ti5iino. 
mapwna and ktSotClootti of Ei- I 
aartmornoT Farm an EMf UonTch 

gsoafcyisii r ^ ^ ; 

HAVE F^R.LOn FOR 



74S>W» 

Hobby Form 

PrNo roduettan an tMi wa Wuo 
acroa In Oiarry Pt. oraa. 
cttlanl wator and ooH tor aoroon- 
ino and onlmaA. 9 Idrm.. ana 
fovof homo and largo oufayltd i no 

Shawnigan Village 

tdaoi famity n#mo with ) Mrmi.. 
full b aa amonf. } ftrapiKOt. eam- 
munffy walar on • ao c twdod loa 
Noodt lonai c aping and lomo 
T.L.C. OttFaf'lown ownor !• am- 
will took of oFon on 

Secluded 2.3 Acres 
Mill Bay 

TMo enorming 9 aodroom oMor 
homo hai boon tevInWy corod ^ 
bnd oNora hardoaod noa^ firo- 
piaca. taaolooa daama. garooo- 
o o rt u naa tiw nra^y not oatn 
taatofvHy landocaaad and hot 
wator rightt to tna crook running 
mrawy. Oftort oatroclotod on 

Mobile Homes 

Wa hova a good totocticn of douoio 

»nd tlngm wigp in Iso or" - 

'» arka.trom III J» I 


AjT ara tduloFada with aabHancaa. 
1 ^ wa M roa^ tp mayo inw. 
Oood roHramont or tfortor homot. 

Country Lovers 

AfAfo a . f gerM AFlgMM aactwAid 
acrat wHfi wihr rtghtt an eraah 

running ttirowQh ono cornor. Hydro 


running ttirowoh ono cornor. Hydro 
and toatle tonlu in for 9 traiior 
POdt. te^ aoatvrt and 9n« 
proiyth tfmbor. Ooad oaportuntty 
mml 


VAtb,. 


4t ACRES — imilM north of Dun¬ 
can. Aaai^ «r Mthwav F antaai- 
sas4or^ 

COMMERCtAL * DUNCAN. LOCF 
too of Kooition. Hlabwov front- 
COMMERCIAL - D^CAN ~ LO- 
cotod at Koktiioh. Hlghwav front, 
oga 1 berg. Idooi butlnatt leeotlon 
— contolno 9 Bodro^ nomo. largo 
•orpfo lill40r\ 

**’^W?AMPABLL 

or rta-iiNN 


-MLS 91141 

rSJW" 

Mill ^N SI 


radtacdftf ia Oaiaftin I 




4«s-tt9l 


Duncan. Vat**^MS 
•fATuR^V -TR^^ 


SIS vp.BUJUn) 
PRornimii 
•lAUTl^ ACRE ~TRfllO 

^ijnrjSoSss^nfi* 

WATERPRONT t HAW nTr A N 

im r^im me sau. 

AWy WAWTEM 

Duncan Reolty Ltd. 
DAIRY FARM, V.l. 

IM a c ertt. ISM Iba. dattv mliii 
Moto. ON now dafry buiMIngt wftn 
o owbli 4 horriMbM mfll^ oar- 
lor. Ownor anxfaM to atii. Aulng 

SMJM. 

juF ovor tllN par ocro. M acroa 
all lavof land. Aaar^, n acrot 
cioorod. Try vour dawn aaymont 
For mfarrtiiflpn m ab^ call 
Oordpn Orto r.T 4 »W S a r 74 S 4 air 

"saCALLFARM 


M howo Mur ow 

teAr"' 

A Good Investment 

A naa^naw naaiap natna wHh s 
b drtm. faaturo wWia. bnek HMti- 
lator fkieit* with matching 
pianwr Prlvtto patio aroo on avor 
v« aero In Mill lay. Vacant ngw 
and owngrt «>iii look at ALL 
OFFERS on l43.Mk. 

Par hjrPm dotpiit on any at 
about eowMcf 

LlUniMDlEAN TMiWR 


tS ACRES ^ Cowichgn Station. 
I AS. may ba iwbdMdatf. 


99 ACRES Itlgnd Hlfhwgy, 4 
mnot touHi af Duncan. « acm 
taiadiyofy ctaarod. Hot t^ior 

CRIS —imitpt north of Dun- 


FISHING RETREAT 
OR RETIREMENT 

t %mm. condwwlnium. Cawkhan 
Soy Armo. CooAchon Say. CIom to 

® tr. Mortnot and froot totman 
Littod at m.m. <M of 
town vondpr. Analituo It ton. 
ptwfw for furthor Mo of oaaoint- 
moot to ylaw coll. , 
m-mi J. turrit UUtH 

Block Bros. 
Blonshord, Victorio 

“SHAWNIGLN 
'LAKE / 

T of tho I lott •« hovo pN Own. 
wick Rood M wmi S Aqm n an m 
•oW — to B^ your oNor on ^ 
ono romalning M - tocoM fflHv 
ciooo to lako occooo. fhit nicofy 
irood lot eouU BO oorOoct for 
•ummgr at voar ratmd horn#. Aak- 
ino tiTfSi. „ . ^ 

Lorroino Hott 474)431 

WATERMAN S ASSC REALTY 
LTD. _ 47S4SW 

10 .UT<rr WATERTROf^* 
aCSORT 
tcaiionf m arina 
outwt 

-Sunny tawth lakafroni 
-MLS 9ISf 


SICKNER ISS-SiM 

offPrdU HOOKER 
REAL TRUST COMPNAY 


NANOOSS PENINSULA 


ovat. ff7-4W 


PgrkauNM. rioM af tna aark^ 
Ntneo 900 tttns on thit Booum-ji 
'rood 1 ^. Cwi uo f^ dttaiN 

Iwtrwrion ttawariCiark Ltd- 
RoalW World 

commsrcial suiloind » 
I90II90 lat. potonflol to thaw vary 
MM rafurn an Invaafm^ ^ar 
NaaS 00 . N. ftaor 

fMrgJm 

HORNBY HLAND LOT 

l{ SRAYOON^NOMli 

_ REAL TRUST CDSS PANV 
^lOtAN 

Saw iMw namtjvmi 

Bjifiv*fw? TO igk"Ml m w. 

fMHfiad m •mjtHiM 


vx. _ 

*< * V^^TcTrySHo UMO 

^ Fi^ lav lloctri^ Pbf«f< 
pfodd wftar^ Rare twUTtti 
Phpna VfctariapiMiaef 


warmth. M acrat a b a n d^i 
larm. MMomy Pheanln pm tuc* 

utilT 


r GULP D^ANO 

PaOPCBTlES 

' 'ocbW" 

SCENIC VIEWS 



ca mfFt at ta Miia-i 
“ “ --acrat 

■l-ssti 


SPELL 

IT 

OUT 

When you 
have Mnuthlnc 
to mD. the eulnt 
my to flntf 
• Viyer U to 
•oell It nut 
In print' 

You do that 
by plai.nt a 
Inn^onal 
ClaaallM A 
In Iht nawipapar, 
telllni our 
rtadan what 
you hava tn mU. 
Wt'U halp you 
Ulva ua a call 
today. 

■t m-'JHa 


Hoaia I 

I 


twimming poM. bar 

roam and chtekan .. . 

appolntad wtth hartat and tancat 
AtkiM smjss. FinancUM. Maka 
on offor. OKchongt or traStn Juof 
29 mBwWo to NUU Say4ha«wMgon 
Hgpd. Naar arana. 

..r-r.- . _ . .-V- 4r7i0m 


salt Sprina Nlandl 

• lly^ 


ua%« 

Ino aaaca. 

bothraamo. - 

52? '52;nj*'Mo5S^’Aiki« 

wrag arauna aunoaca. naoitw 
3IMm suf****^ ^AOERm 

IRCHi VAM _ 
»94191 SUS. RES. Srl4tt4 

_THE PERMANENT 

5 tars for" 

$27,000 

Piyg w acra lafi, dl i ttl aach 
Naar Watkor Hoafc. atfarina ocoan 
vM a^ Waad itcMIwi. Vandar 
yrlll conoidar talHna in areup #f } 
or S tato ar buy ma vmata tat of 
tar^pfy lt7.SW. Oban ta 

WALLY MICHAELS 
4n414t 477.4aS4 

_ThF Pa rmanan f_ 

SALTSmiNO 

BUTORRFNT 

ts aauad mliaa Mam Puitard 
on fM acrot. Pu'iy inpulotod 
Mdm. cf^octor cottogo 
Now wiring, haw ptumWng. 

_ oTtabNaf City RaaNv Lt T 

m MAINLAND AND OUT 
f>P mflVINCE 
pROPEBnm 

SPORTSIAAN’S PARADISE^ 
imSP Conaga tn ta Acrot 
oft HoRwy t4 mliot South oT 
LINIoforT, North Thompton 
Tfia frgw Hahlng cogftai of tho 
ngrlA AH tyipM of bio aom* 
mliaa. ta. yaw 


Narnaan. No agantt plaait. 


Deaths and funerals] 


UKAmil RNd 

Pl'Nr.RAL'f 


S SOAPHUR 

SingvjMg 


lURST o. Paawawili 
'K n. tats %« 1 

raadhani. a# Us G 



bSsS __ 

chattar. Enaiand. comfM ta i . 
PoKo Rlyor country M laS). and 
hot ifvod in Vktorit Unco mt. 
Survivod aloe by oiw ooh. John 
R abwt. Lbdyammii wwaa ia u fh- 

‘‘OUfflT' l!Jr''‘.SES; 

barg. tnciarta. tnrk. EFttarq 
>ioan) Travark. vktaria. and 
Akrt SMI (M|Ktaratr Curtlt. 
Taronto. Ont.i u orandehlldran. 
fiva graat-arandcniMrtni eng 
brethor. Kannarly. Monchattw. 
Sngtand. fim aNa niacaa and 
nophtw t . Mr. Sroodhurii waa a 
mambar af tha Maaonic Ordar 
and bpvad aa a fFm Liaut. <n 
tha PWi World Wv yrifn tho 
Sritith Imporloi Porcat. Ha wot 
yon did of PoMcnondoN. now 

Prlvotajftmlty aarvko faliowod 
- n. Padro Tony Robarti 


DEATHt RMd 
Pt’NKRAU 


n ya^ on^ 

a raaiaonf aTvictarta tar many 
yoort. lota raaiaanca. aS Taimia 
Avt. Ha taavaa Mo tan. Yaiw. G. 
Pictoll, hii vary ctnio friond. 

cSro!%it!ranSi 

I Noiorvko by rooMtt Ptowori 
, grttofuiiy doct^. TBm to d^ 

I >nq may conirtb^ fo tho i.C 
iHort Foundation ISM Btanthord 

-~«iSsa?=“ 


anz 

Phw c t^ I / t^ySompfiH 


fi 


COATEt — On Soat. II, lats Of 
5?!?! ►♦oaHioi. fUr. Harry 

Eifard Cadtat. aatd at yaorv 
Wta of 904ta« Park Sivd. Sor^ 
H Victoria. Mr. Coatot WM a 
mambar of mo Ga^nmtnt 
fmeiwtm Atooc. Ofw R.C L 

' IJUibom. 


SrHonnia Sronch 
dacofladjy •»*$ wf__ 

!Li[sjrLxJs;<ssi;L: 

ri-NiSyas?,' sut 

J. M. Dovion, Vpncouvorj Mrt. 
0. Chornofl. Vancevvori Mrt 
Evoilno word. Vktbrioi five 
•M. wmtam and Robort, of 
, Vktorloi Harry. Homltfan. Ont. 
Narman. itorWard. Cann.i ArtNH. 
Enaiandi Ta tran^Mran and 
n aroaf grandcwiw^ 

A anvafa funarai tarvlca will bo 
hoM In Hoywordt Thnmian S 
IrylM Punorol ChOOOf. ids Qup<va 
9t. fMowod mr Intofmonf In Hatkv 
Momcrial fl ardant. In llou o* 
fiowort. donoilent mar be mode 
*0 the Canpdlon Cancer Society, 
ttf Coiedonlo St. 


In 


POW 6 LL-On Tl 

Ann Movreon iCgiiaT iurvivad 
by mroo tittorr • • ^ 

qf Pori Alpom.. 
pentier of Prtneo Aiooh 
'*•*•*.' Law- 

E of Vtctarfa. Atio mimarout 
M and naatiawa. 

ttwM.’hffLM calajratad 

cJmjdT^hS* PwTYimi an 
Monday. Swfpmbar 21 ^ fl:S 
Niith Ravarond Painar L. KomiM 
leiabrant. IntarmorN will foltow in 
St. Pafor t Comatarv. Funarai ar- 
rtnqomontft ar# In coro jt tha 
Cnopai or Mamartot Funarai 
O'roctart. Port Alborm. 


voa^ of Dm Grant 
^ka. tarmarty of Parti 
^afria. Pw laavaa har huaband. 


Pralrio and j 


of T<-- - 


1-^ 

lAdra^ 


COMPTON — tn Vktofit 1C., on 
Soptai^tr 91. 1971 li^ Modao 
Comalon of 2199 Ook Soy AVo-. 
bom HI Enaiand. Sno loovot a 
nioeaond nawtaw In England 
Funarai aarylca In tha Ftmiiv 
CnawM af Mc^iT Srot an Tuat- 
davTlawambar SS at MiS a.m , 
with tha Van. Arch. h. j. Janat ef- 
■ by cramatlon 


with tha Van. 

'A'niaJK 


Saaflkh Raad. Victoria, fermoriy 
af Paint Gray. Vancouvor, S-C . 
at R^ai Jwlaa Hotattaf on 
Soptombor S. 1971, pgM W 
voort Survivtd »r hpr h ' 
hvtbond, Ooug; tag tone, h 
and y^a thoo ivictorial. 

N^l and jvHa luiin i 


bar lovint 
Horry 
and 
(yatv 

tttfor. - oaay 


oouvari; 

Aioaloi L . .. 

Soiafen. and ana braihar. 

•rd Gay lucm of Duncan; _ 

owi and niacat. Mr*. Cretbv wat 

; t aliPhono oparoter with tna 
C. Tolpthono m Vpnopuvor for 
mpay vooro. A arooi parmpr la 
... -- -^ 


%1S 


AglSilpry and wat vary invoivad 
in hor cammunlfy. 

SarvkM will bo natd Tuoaday. 
SeotgMitr M at 11 a.m. Tntt. 
MieNa j irV and Atl Anaafa AmU- 
can Chm. Waaf Saankh Koad 
(R^i Oak), the W. HIM 

efttciiHna. Cromottan. Fiawan 
arafafuiiy ^biid. DanattaM 
7^ JN ''W » ^ S.crioeiafv 
far ^opiM Odldran. Arronfo- 
menta mrouah Pirat Mamo^ 
Sarvleoa LtdT^ 


OAOVE-On Soatambar 29. 1971 m 
Victoria, Humgfrey >. 

Grow#, aaad W voart. Iwmarty 

>uantar.in-ia^ Lama, of 
> 0 ; ono douipilor, AArt. C 


.(SviYfo) AtaLamon. M Now 

sx*v*.*TOr:a'ffi 

konoy. Oiocoitfreniro. Bnafond. 
Ho woo 0 mambar af fht Rngi- 
naorifi inttHvta of Vkforlo and 
WM dMfnina anfinaar tor tho 
Pewor Corporotton pf Montrool. 
vititotion M AAmdfy. Soatambar 
irom 7iSI taJaiW a.nfL at 
McCoN Sraa. Punaral Hama. 

.Fv- 

A WkSi'.'TFialwiM ore 
aratafuity daciln^.l 


of Tjmhtbi numaram , g 
chiidran and araahgrandchHi 

two brothoft. of Win_ 

and Harry of Yrabamo. Man. 

■•Tft S’ fY!S%4ia?sc: 

Church, So^e. with thonfav. L 
Lin enicktiM. Accomaaniad to 
Portaat La Pralrio for mtormoni. 
Fiowkft oro oratofuiiy docllnad. 
Frienda to ootirtna may mokt do 
ntllont to tho Momorlgl Fund of 
Kfioe Pretbyteritn Church. Sox S4. 
Sooko 


SMI CARD or THAN KS 

Noitan and soon MoOonoid wton 
to owfand our hoarttoH thonka and 
tPdracidttan to our rolottvot. 
frion* and naifhbork. durlno mo 


Alto for tho Mato cardt. tymoothy 
--, ^ iundnott 


corda. and many i 
that wm rocolyod. 


friondo u , 

3Sr«1. 


hagGART — In hoaoltoi in Vici» 
no on Soottmoor lo. ia;i. Annto 
LovMo Hoaaort m hor lam 
Yoor. I noflM dpugnifr of Victe- 
Eofm^ 

dawa b tOf M laws ifm 
/ Hagaart of Vktoria/ 4 
g Ntari Earbard Orgw. 
Rkftfor, Morgarat Sluq- 

*"* viowi. tiinr 

fOTT tsruf 
^T, Jlli. V „ 
«ir’Mrssisi 




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Mtaw af 


LiNpl^^Y .. in IpMjc 

on Mo>n^ 91. mi 
millarn Lmdf~ 





AIvne. 

Trinity 


^ Rata 

and daufhfara. Dim a 

^land 

Sarulea m ttm Holy 
AnfMcan Ouren. Pffrlela __ 
Narih Soon^. jhc. an Ti»otd»y, 
l^om^ S. tfN af tliJO e.m 
fav Aaaart lantam ablating 
C^at^ Flawart prataMly g#. 

«L%%rv?R,rws:; 

SANDS - SIDNEY 
MARTI . ta.fha Rayai jtfbiiaf 


FAMILY OWNED 
and OPERATED 
Sine# 1912 

VtcrmlR'f 2 DlgnUlgd 
and Rdk’tmtt CImppIf 
“M aniorisU Chapal 
nl Oilmaa*' 
"Kfamllv Cliappi 
nt Mamortas** 

IMS OuRdrg Et 

Yaur Savan cammuMfy chaaaft 


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Mr». Archta Srvwna and family 
wtpnaa to ortraM fhal'’ Hneara 
aparaclatien tor dia many Narat 
hibufaL cWm and danaWont. A 
ortot tribM M Af^Wa mamery 
A taaciai ttian ki ta w, Ma^ one 
staN nf viMar^ Gonar^ i.c u 
tito kindnaM and eomfarf randarwt 
by Padro D. KondoM and largo at- 
tondOTKe. and Cunninghtm Pungrpi 


thoTr kindnote and car# to mv 
•'•for tho lota Oraco AAocOiarmid 
i'fi?* ^Ntr jjt ov th g^. akg to m# 
doctort who otftndod hor. to 
lo am foiatl^ for cordt. Nf- 
d fiowart and ^ Rav 


SEE IN MRMtmiAM 

GREEN in lovlna mamary af a 
daar dad and qrandaa Armur. 

wtb aaaoad away SaaTM. mi 

in^ou^homa ha It fendly ramanv 

Swaat 'mamoriM ellnt to hk 
namo. 

ThoM>^ lovod him In Ufa aim 
StSnpM him tn doom knf mo 


GREEN * In kvtna momory of 
Art. who potaod twav Sao 
tombar Si 1971 
t^ine can evwr taka away. 

Tha lava a hMn haHlt daar. 

Fond momoriM imaor ovary 


I CiJVJE535LJt'- •'=» 

’• ^araan, alHdatiM _ 


THEY shall GRGW NCfT (NO 
AM .LfFT ftROW 

them 

DPMN 

DF Tr.«. ffw-v. Mnv 1 .U t 
MINING. Wf WILL RBMBM 
•PR THEM 

WITH ORATtTUOE. SANOd 


tn MONVMFNTAIJI 


MORTIMER'S 

Monumeots) Weeks 

ST SWART MOWUMBNTAL 

sstmI^Io isat 
Morbfo firmada and fabk^ 
Ibt AMv If. HUlmi 

MNn^t o r Dtaftnc ftan 

Ell NTSCrUJlNCOl^S 

IN MBMORIAM DONATIONS 
•a ba uaad aociMivafy far 
CANCER RESEARCH 
•hauld ba diraefad fa 
.CANADIAN CANCER SOCIETY 
•S7 Caiadania Ava.. Vktarta 

Ilf KIIEKRAI. IHRKrrORR 


sy n-NKRAle DOMDOTIMW 


iDAILY COLONIST. VletoHS. B.C.. Suntiy. Sspl H 188 



CORPORATION OP THE 
CITY OP VICTORIA 
OUOTATtON MO asib- 
AOGREbATS. ROCK. 


MOMORV 


CORBETT. ___ 

jam a.m..^iMlLY ClfAPEL 
HAOGART. Mn Araifa Lavinio 
l:)S a.m. PLORAL CHAPEL 

COMPTON. 

MOv" £"»»«■ 


]:X »m, MMliy CMAML 
WIOMIlDAV 

WILEY. Mra, Stpiio fiiiobam 

MeCAli BROS 
Kloe«l Flmtral Chenel. 

"" ''W'SIKSfcf”*", 

Kiar F*jngrtl Infomittlon. 

PtMfia MW448S 


PIT RUN SAND 

Sbolad b u gtaNRw. m tha anvataaa 
, antf an lha Rrm groviEM. wfM ba ra> 
coivad by tha City Purdsatfng Appnt. 
I ua until 4 a m. Thurtdav. Saa ta mbm 
I 2tth. t971 tor tha tugpiv and dHiyorv 

i ofthoobovo.forfhoCItv.forapariodef 

' ona vaor 

I Owofation farm* may ba obfamad 
J from tha undwkignod 

Tha iMfttt cr any guofotton will not 
nacaaaariiv ba accapfad. 

, City Hall, VICTORIA. B C 
Sootambar lath, mi 

H. V. ROBINSON, 
etty Purchatfng Agtni 


HOW TO WRITE 


A GOOD 


CLASSU'lED ACTION AD 


tarvlca vet Hava tg oNpr. if you 
hovo on oportmont. tpam, ofc.. 


Nr fho raador- 
marg ,ouklcly pnd Ttvernbiv 
fllvon ^giofo, datlnlteir- 
formoEori. ANiiayt indtm the 
orico in vour Mvtrtiiomont. 


S-MAKB IT SASY far the reader- 
Ffetaoct to. ragen you. Aiwovt 
at^ tmur laltP h ent numbw or 
I aria addrett. m voti 
ajaauUr ^t. ttok 
r tima far th* eroapoct 
I vow. 


MM. and mi cm. af om»n 


tnp 

_ 

MM. and mu *cm. aT’^irae! 
•foa vevr od at toon •• you gat 
ma raoulta ycy want. Ym oav 
enlv for tha davt your ad aa- 


S-PLACE YOURSELF In tht 
raadar'i portion pnd aok veur- 
tfH whof vau want fa enow 
•Bevt veur oRor. The ontymr 
Y^ alva wHi make a toad want 


t-GIVE YOUR PROSPECT eypry 

;^;3risrj5.'ff;''a’iscjs 

tttn^y alve ora mo r?iaof im- 


glad to halo ygu word and aiaca 
Yfiir erdar. aim remembar. 
Ciaatlfladniciien ^ aNWd vwi 
H* maaf cemaltN covorpow 
Ttiophenat ara aaan a.m. ta 
4;W o.m. ManMv througn PrL 
dav. f;M ta ):is p.m. Sah^ay. 
-**— -liar to aaecu- 


Owl Xtm 
late 


TINDER POR NANAIMO SCHOOL 
Tandwt ara Invitad tor ma canatrue 
tiandf a GYMNASIUM AOOtTION TO 
PAUklNB HAARBR ELEMENTARY 
SCHOOL. CMhdliaR Ifraat. Nanofma, 
by tha Board af icboM Trwitaaa. school 
Dittrkt No. IS (Nanafmoi Tho work 
conaftft of a 34m iduara foot ram 
forcad concrata mnanrn Ovm wHh 
tiaal reaf dacS an afgai raaf truaaaa 
Tandgr g wiR St raaaMd tram Oanarai 
Confra c tort until 100 P.M. an Thurt 
div.OCTOEERta. ms.afthaONkaor 


A Sid Oaaoafterv tor vocifiod Sub- 
tradM will cioaa af 9 OB PM. on turn 
day. OCTOBER IT. ifR. af tha Nanai 
ma Conttructicn Aaaeciaflon. Con- 
•truchen Aaaeciatlan gf victoria and 
tha Amaigamatad Canatruetton Aioe 
elation Ml vancawor 
A Eld Bond for S19.S00 mutt aecom 
oanv aach Tandar. A Partormanca 
Bend and Labour and Matariai Pay 
manf Band wiH ba raauirad tram tha 
lu cc aaaful Tandarar 
Orawtnat and ipacNkationt may ba 
yiawad at; 

■ Nanafwa canatruetton Aaaociatior) 
^^anaNuaMan fMaacMNan af um* 
torla 

-Amalgamafad Canatruction Aota 
ciafion. vancowar 

and may ba abtamad bv owiarai 
I Confractort from the ArcMtocH. 

•arlbv, weismillbr b 

KNUL2B. es-ni Wallac# St.. Na 
' naima an daaoift af SIO.OB aar tat. 
‘ which It rafundaWa on rafurn af fha 
decumanN m ooad condiiian 
Tha lowatt or any tdhdar nof nacattar 
iiy accaplad 


Sacralarv Traaaura* 
School Ofafricf No aa 
jas Wakatiah Ava 
Nanaimo. BC 

vat JKo 


NOTICE TO CEBOtTORS 
M fha Maftar af Ria Ettafa af OEORGE 
PRANCtB NN4.f ARO. latt Of SwN 
111 tan Mayfair OrtvatfNNCttv 
af vtctorta. PravMca af ErtNtb €a 


OtiidawrOflc RM« Oil 

‘CbemumtffShvbf^ 

funeral Cluiiale 
IBS UuAdn ft 
IWOM 

amNWOHAM 
nmnuL chapel 
iiH roRT rr, 

. a . 1.1 

...«*• rth 
t BmMWmi. 


pm^^ma inn day at Na 

JS212S5L55 iClIfe- offwa mw sa racaiyad an a taf iaali wdv from atthar. 
TL” y.fy^ Ny NG Ep u^ ifitaCanditianaf laiamafaiitirasWramavadwithin 

P *PP» M aa and Mat tRa araa ba laff ciaan and tidv ta tha aal 


CREDITORS and afhart havma 
(lafrm againat tha abavg Batata art 
ragwrad ta tarward full garfiaUart af 
aueft clafma ta Oarit tdanca Marten 
HiUiaid and Canada Parmwtanf Truaf 
Camgany. PG. Eao 1299. Vktgria. 
EC . anar BaSira fha iim day af Na 
vamhar. tftl. aftar which data tha ~ 
fatrtaaaafawiir - 

ratard anfv ta___... 

teatutart pm hava racaiygd nafka 
DATED at victaria. Brmih Caium- 
Bfa. thit Rfh day af Sodfambar, mi 
Ovft Ipanea Martan HiHiard 
and Canada Parmananf trvtf 
camgany. Bat I222 
Vktaria. EC 
Boacufort 
By mak Satkitara: 

CAMERON. EURNS 
A COMPANY 


NAVIRAM WATtRS 
PROricTlON ACT 
R.B.C. ms 
CNAPTERN-W 

•ntitn CoMnbia Pareaf maduett LHh 
■lad harabv afvat nettca fhal ihav have, 
undar Saction a(4l af tha tafd Act. 
atatihad wtth tha Mini a Sp of Tram 
aort at Ottawa and in tha Office of fha 
Dfairtef Raglatror af Rta Land Rggfttr V 
OMKict af Vtctorta. af Vielaria. Erthth 
Catunbfa. a daacrtaNan af Ria tita and 
pion of axWina bOflMno lacfiHlat. and 
proaeaa a altarahont to E a rth No Tand 
dredomo m Oabem Bay. fyino In Watar 
Let I07G, Chamalnut Ofttrict. Crafton. 
vanoewer itiand. ErHith Columbio 
And taka nofka that oftor awdratlon of 
ona month from tht data of publication 
of thift nofica. Erltttb Columbia Poroat 
ProducH Limitad aHH. undtr Sachon 
014) of tha takf Act aaalv to tha Mima 
tar af Tronapert for aaproval of tha 
aaid Hta ortd plana. 

Oatad tMa lath day of SopianWar if 7| 
SWAN WOOSTER 
ENGINERRINGCO LTD. 


Gnranm «IK TOMiae OF BWMMT 

NOTICE OF TAX SALE 

On in. JnU Uey o( Octotiw. 1978, to m* hour o* ton ( 10-001 o'cleck 
mm. lorunoon.«in. Etquimtoi MunoiMi Council Chember. it. 
lollowino proctoiiM wii be oHcM lor mIc. unIcM toe dtoinquent 
likM. with eitorcM. to* eooncr paid 

1 Sirtoa Lol 1. SKtion II. Strati Plan 912. kmrnn aa 868 
Poday Plaoa 

2. Strata Lot 2. Saclion II. Slrita Plan 51E knewi aa J 9 i 
Poolay Piaca. 

AocU*’ *"*•" “ •** CraiQliower 

4 LoiA Btookie. Saction 10. Plan 2548. known aa 1247 Cdv.l- 
la Road 

J i®?.- known aa 828 Conuanea Avanua 

8 Lo* ^ ^clKm 10, Plan 8000. known aa 050 Imhip Striai 
7 MO. Saction 11. Plan IIOOS. known aa 1140 Eaouimaii 

HOdd 

• Lot A. SRCfion to. Rian 1E6EE. known at 950*952 tllafv 
Strgaf 

® 26079. ark) Watar Lddaa. known ag 453 Haad 

Placd ®*‘^**^" 28800 known u 355-357 Poolay 

^ 5. Sdction 11 , Piad 28800. known aa 383-365 Poolay 

PiRCd 


10 


SaptHTibar 31at. 1976 


M J. KUBI 8 HE 8 KI 
Odputy Municipal CoHaclor 


CAPITAL REGIONAL DISTRICT 

aufOuMd la to e hOH 7BEAA af tho liMtl c Mat Act, tho lohoemi wii ef 
Ey4ow Mb. BtB. chbd ao toalia ■■kiP'lilnn EHaw Ho. 1. IBTB. 
Amondmant Ey law Ne. 2. IBTE ' M haraby pubhohad ao at third 
reodbiB and prtor la iMBrnHilew la dio MMotry of Munkipol Aftgiro 


A IV-UW TO AUEND IV-UW NO. 113, 
’’SOOU mMVISION NY-UW NO. 1. ItTT 


Tha Board of aw CopHai Rogtonai ONbief m Open maaW>g aaoo«n 
Mod. onacH Ob teBow* 

1 Er-MwNe St3 QRodoo Sooko Subdtwwion ey-io« No i 197B « 
■manded ao lebowo 

SECTION S BUROIVtBION OlETRtCTB: AREAS. 

PtMENttONt AND MRVtCf LEVELS 
Tha toNowing new dauee to be edded oher deueo S 12 
S.1S NoNMh a t a ndina Seciiofi 3 2. where a parcel N m tubdtvwion 
dtoirtcH A-rural. AR-rural roeidontial. or Rl-«ooider m al, ortd « opkt 
mio eeperole parte by o highwoy or raHrood. tw AoproHng OtRcer 
may Mdirovo e oubdMoion ePMch rocoonuoo fhooe ooporow pom 
providing that in aN odwr reopocto aw oubdMoien c ornet wim mw 
by law and promdmg aw Approving Ofheor w oatiohod mot ouch • 
•ubdivioion would not mtunouoiv ef^ aw ootebHoiwd omenrtwo oi 
odiolnlng or adiacont proporHoo or bo ogakwl aw pubNe mioreoi 
A copy of aw compioto by-iow may bo viowod dunrtg nomwf 
workmo hour*. B 30 o m lo a 30 p m . Monday to Fndoy mcluoivo. 
hoRdkya pHoopiod. N tw othooe ef mo Capital Regiono t Oiotnci. 524 
Yotoo Btrool. Vtctorw B C 

OanmeA Young. 

Be c rtMry 


CITY OF VICTORIA 

NOTICE 

Notics IS horoby glv«n. purtuint to tli« Municipal Act. tti«t 
ttio following proportloa vnil bo oHorod lor saM at public 
auction to bo tiuld In to* City Hall. No. 1 Contunnlal Square, 
on Monday, Oclobor 2nd. 1978 at 10:(W A M.. It dalinquont 
taaoi arc not aoonar paid: 

Lot 2 of 182E. Plan 23847 (Vacant parcall 
N.W. PI. Lol 1462 Victoria City (136 Simeoel 
Lot 23. aac. B F., Plan 786 (124/6 St. Andrews) 

Lot 16, Sac. Ftid.. Plan 960 (1140 Wooditock) 

Lot 2. Sac. 68. Plan 27476 (937 Radlarni 
Lol 2. Sac 76. Plan 5969 (1946 Bourcliier| 

Lot E, Sac. 76. Plan 1217 (1780 Danman) 

Lot 12. Sac 76, Plan 2696 (1774 Danman) 

Lot 6, Sac. 75. Plan 1272 (2218 Forbaa) 

Lot 22. Sac 75. Plan 518 (1361 QIadalonai 
Lot 24. BIk. 0. Sac. 3. Plan 967 (1020 QuaantI 
Str. Lot 39. Sac 4. Sir Plan 124 (604-2910 Cook) 
Lot 54. Sac 4. Plan 891 (2500 Blackwood) 

Lot 11. Sac. 4, Plan 964 |2632 Vancouvar) 

W Pt Lola 96/7. BIk. 7. Sac. 4. Plan 132 (S40 Bay) 
Pt Lot 7. BIk. 1. Sac. 4. Plan 263 (Vacant Parcall 
Pci A Lott 20/21. Sac 10. Plan 286 (718 Pinal 
S.E Pt Lot 31. BIk. E. Sac 31. Plan 549 (Vacant 
parcal) * 

Lot 1. Sac 31. Plan 23713 (220 Wilton) 

Mason A. Shaldrick 
Municipal Collactor 


oaaata non naw riaat 

PtoHNv marked on tho iihuiflei ’•OfforiowP T aier'wiUborocaiveo 
by tht uhderHgnod ua fg 2 00 g m . Defebor la. mi ter mo rww iirot 
localbd "M H Md wherd H" at w» xmMMMnm HiGhwan Memit 
ngrtco Oopoft mdkofad «e foilowt 


•no He 

TitaiSiva 7 

MtaULua 4 

lEOoie IMP I 

iMaliRib > 

l4gRl7.|Rtb 1 

141x14 Rib 2 

ETRiMRIb 19 

7 71x19 Lug M 

•71x14 Lug I 

071x14 Rib 0 

071x14 Lug 0 

7 01x17 Rib I) 

7-10x17 Lug I 

700x10 Rib 9 

7.0INil0Lug * 

7 90x11 Rib I 

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TO vlaw or lor fu 


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adOHfacNOh of fha gahfiamari 


vlaw ar «ir furhiar trPmmMtm m iho Ungiard dagf call 
- 42|-I7)B and af fha Natiaimd Emo* cfH Mr Dava i 


Mr. LB. Craft. 


•H CdtM EbttdMg 
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Offart muaf Ba accRrnaomad By 0 oartMod ohoaya ar monpy ardar mada aayobio 
4tht MifNotar af Pmarioa far tK «Ria Md. iMna aueetaafui Biddw auhaaduamiy 
wifhdrawa RH affar. fha lOS pavmohf •haH Ba imbh ta fgrfaiiurt 
TIN fHghaP ar awy affar will nof hocaaaarily Ba accaafid. but fha Baorgr af a 
HKcaoofui Md will Ba raamrad 4 boy fha 14 |.ft. «m. 

AW (MT^ CMAIRAUN 

twSSDlSSt^ 

vicfaria.EC. 


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41 DAILY CXM/MdST, VIctOTte. t.C.. Sm4i>. StpMmbtr M, IMt 

Cowicbaa Bay development 


Industrial expansion on estuary ‘incredible’ 


•rDotniRiND 

DUNCAN — Cswichu Btjr ntMeitt mrt qitick to 
TMCI to a nMhitlai etlUaf for llffiltod tadvitrtol npMdoa 

M Iht Cowichaa aatoan paaaad tv a laraa naiorlty at tha 
Vaacaovar U^it Social Cradlt coovcnUoa held recently 
la Naaaimo. 

"Incradihio. mbettevable” and a “ceieaaal nerve” were 
juat aotne o( the eapnasloaa uaad by teaManto aMered 
by the raaeintlon pra i eBted by the Cowichaii-llalahat con- 
ttttaancy. 

Tba raeolntloii callad for Umltad taduitrtal expanakai la 
the eetaary aa a neeas of creatiat empioyinent oppor- 


the Conichan dialrict iacladtac tndaatry and baweeam a r t 
wu net tafflctoat to lappo al the futnre daoMndi of the 
comnualty (or poWk aorvleao. 

The roaotatioa alee dtrectod that "each biduitrial expon- 
slon to proceed, havtac due retard to provtaclal aild' 
and fadaral fh' 


H(oi 


I fUherici enhaacenioat programs.' 


Tho reoehiUoa petated out that the existlaf Ux base tt 


Ana Hatden, oetaary resMoat and Cowtcban Estuary 
Praaervatloa Society diroctor, told the Coloaist Friday: 
“It’s toe aabaUevabia that tha Socrsda would have the 
coloaoal aarve to pau such a leaohitloii. 

“I’m Just famtaig inside. It's Incredible that they 
(Secreda) would pass such a resolution at a tiine whan the 
task force fladlags, hopefully, are to be made public.'' 

She then asM: “Do they (Socreds) know sometbinf 
that we don’t kaow?” 


Cowichaa BaiMnarina operator Peto Lambert aaM he 
‘was very disappotnted that the Se cr eda paaaad this type 
of resolution. Aepite the large oppoattlsn shewn by Uto 
public to aay further developiMt In the estuary.” 

LambeH queried what tha torm “limltad industrial as 
pension” really roaaat. He said this would Just be "opening 
the door” to further todustrial grearth. 

Lambert said: ’"The Vancoovar Island Social Credit 
party has conplatoly disregarded any flodiatt that the task 
force may come up with. I really think there wBI be a public 
outcry over this.” 

Lambert also hoped that the large amount of the public 
that had been opposed to developaient tn the estuary 
would be given another opportunity to make their views 


Ho added that “it was most Hnportaat that the public 
gets soma kind of a read-out from tha task force report, 
which has been pubUcly fuBded.” 

“The findingi of the Cowichan Estuary Task Force 
report should bo made pobHc before any further decisions or 
propooato arq heard concemiag tha Ctrarichan estuary.” 

Cowichan-Malahat Social Credit Association constltu 
ency president Bob Kennedy said the resolution was not 
ment to embarrass or pressure either the provincial govern 
men! or the estuary t^ force mambers. 

He said the purpose of the resolution was to encourage 
the govefument and private Interests "to get on with the 
Job" as quickly and emiently at possible, if the task force 
does reca mm ead limited iadustriai expansion to the es¬ 
tuary. 


Comox could end names confusion 


COUNTENAY — With approval by Comox council, 
tha road which runt between Courtmy and Comox 
win rovert to Ht historic name of Back Road. 

Courtenay council made the decision to revert to the 
(ormar aama after many pretests were received over 
tha new aama of Valley View Drive. 

Parts of the road have also been named Glacier 
View Drive and the confutloo over the three namds led 
council to contact Comox and suggest one name (or tha 


However, in addition to complaints from residents 
about the name chanK, the highways department said 
that “although it might be preferable to have one 
name, probably there Is nrara reason td retain the old 
historic name man to change.” 

Now tha matter rests with Comox council. 

In other Courtaaay council busiiMos. a recommends 
tion was made to the traffic advisory committee to 


check into the need for stop signs at Tull and ITih 
street. 

• A public hearing will be held Motutoy. Oct. 2, at 
city hall in regard to ammending toning Bylaw ini. 

• Parking stickers will be given to the Pythian 
Sisters who will hoM the provincial convention here in 
May of 197*. 

• Tax exemptions were granted Merry Andrew Day 
Care Centre, Kiwanis Village Society and Comox Valley 
Recovery Centre. 

• A request for a $M0 grant made by the Comox 
Valley Arts Society will be considered In the 1179 bud 
get. 

.Meanwhile, memhers of the Roystoo Cuinmunity 
Cluh have approved a recommendation which will see 
a study made to determine the feasibility of a sewer 
vystom for the area. 

Royston. formerly an Improvement district, is now 


part of Electoral Area A Baynes Souad and the Island, 
of the Comox-Strathcons He^onal Ototricl. 

According to Max, Soltermana Aiea A regiooal dirsc- 
tar, tere would be no obligatiea to have the system 
installed before definite cosu were estoMisbed. 

Courtenay and Comox are currently conducting simi¬ 
lar studies and were successful in having the study done 
as a joint project and not by the regtonaT distrirt 

The time is right for such a study, Soltermann told 
Royston residents, because engineers wUI be here and 
funds are available from the regioaal districi If the 
residents wish to join the system. 

' The funds would be In the form of a repayable 
loan. 

The other alternative open to residenis is a local 
system, perhaps combining Union Bay and Royston. 

The Royston area to increasing to size monthly with 
new subdivisloas opening up. The area currently uses 
septic tanks for aewage disposal. 


ruDsday 


Monday 

QUAUTV PURNtSHINOg: Vtctoriaai Mahog Sidatxwrd. 
P-poe. Walnut Dining Ste. with Ctuna Cabinot a Buffet. 
Mahog. Mirrored Beck Sideboard. Walnut Drop Leaf 
Dining Tabte. Chaeterftald Stea.. Pr. Tub Chairs and Other 
Good OuaWy OccmtonH Chalre. Nest of Tablaa. Uph. 
Chroma Loveee n i k Chair and other Loveeee t e. APPU- 
ANCCft Baycraat Froat Fraa Fridge. Sears Portabie 
Dishwasher, RCA Chaet Freezer MUSICAL; Kingsbury 
Upright Grand Plano. H. Bord Cottaga Plano. 5 Various 
VMIna a Cases. MISC.; Near New Kirby A Filter Queen 
Vacuums. Konica Auto RaHex T-4 3Smm Camera M.4 
lane Motor Drive (RataS S600). Double Barrel Shotgun. 
Brass. Fishing Rode. OH Paintings. Carpels. Gold Scales 
COMB: Canadton SHver Coma prior to 1PM. Roman a 
Came Come. Early Canadian Cohsction (Upper a Lower 
(tonada). Lists Availabis on Monday 

ESTATE i Umm AUCTION 

Tuaaday, October 3id, 7 p.m. 
inCTudmo O^ofQtan A Vlclortttft Fumtohmoo. CNnM* A Eaoi 
C4rp«(a 4 Mdo. Porclino. SAvor. Tift^ny Vmm. 
Eokiino Soapi lo o* C«rv«>94. sltwnlry. ond Palntinot by 
Group 01 Sown and Othor Vtry WoN known Conadiin 


Board 

hears 

from 

Curtis 

PORT HAROY-Mount 
Waddliigton Regiooal Dis¬ 
trict direcUHS, erho had 
passed a motion calling for 
dtobandnient of the regional 
diatrict at their recent meet¬ 
ing. appeared undecMsd an 
the toaua after receiving a 
letter (ram linnielBal Affairs 
Minister Hugh Cuiito. 

However, after a lengthy, 
discussion BO motion wu en- 
lartalnad to have the hoard’s 
decision rescinded. 

Curtis’ letter read to part: 
"The burd will know that the 
authority to create or disband 
regional districts rest solely 
with the Hentenant-govenior- 
In-council. This being the 
case, the principal thrust of 
the resolulion would seem to 
be without legal foundation 
and for that reason cannot be 
acted upon. 

“Glvoa thou cireum- 
stancm, a routing u re- 
qnutod would be inappro- 
prlato and In any evmt I am 
not prepared to dtocau the 
future rale el regional dls- 
tricta until I have Iia4 the 
opportanlty to consider the 
recommendations of the Re¬ 
gional Diatrict Review Com- 
mRMe, which will be report¬ 
ing to me urly In tha fall." 

Unions 
battle 
for local 

FOBT BABOY-Mlne 
wathen at Island Copper, ra- 
pru an t ed by tba Opmtlng 
Eagineart’ unlen, are being 
sakad to Mn a rival union, 
the Caaadiaa Asaectation of 
Industrial, Meehanlctl and 
Allied Workan (CAUIAW.) 

Organtoars for tha raiding 
uatan. Marl Rodockar and 
John Hartloff. claim they 
have algnad up a good num¬ 
ber of employeu and that 
they are he^ul of coming up 
with the W^ercent-plue of 
the work force required to get 
a carltficatlon vole approved 
by the Labor IMatloM 

AppHcabent from raldlag 
imiene are accepted by tha 
board in the aavanth and 
eighth montha of the contract 
(local year, but raMen are 
aUotmd to boj^ al^ag 
members thru montha prior 
MMpUcotion. 

Ike mahi teniagpolnt of- 
farad by CAIMAW rspre- 
aentatlvM Is that their wlen 
la rsaponelWa to Canodlaiia 
only wMi no Intonwttonol a(- 
fUialtons. 

The tobon la prepei l ag a 

local to Pert Hardy. Utiag 

tlM teM IMMI AmAs 

MJMjper month 
aviilatu to Ike 


Mounties wait 
for new. borne 

PORT HARDY — The RCMP will have a 
new homo In Port Hardy. The site of a new 
detachment office has been purchased at a CMt 
of MO.ON and cooatnictlon la scheduled to start 
within the next six months, according to muni¬ 
cipal engliieer Ray Poie. 

Ttw purchase of the property adjacent to the 
municipal office site wts announced nt the Sept. 
13 council meeting. 

Surreyors nre already on the tite, which wiil 
house a lia^e-atorey buiiding with five cells and 
a breath teat room. In addition to the usual 
detachmunt fadUtiei. 

Meanwhile, the latest and most modern 
occupational therapy van will be vUiting the 
north Island this year. Operated by the Arthritis 
Society of B.C., the $U,MI vehicle containi tools 
and suppllw and an oven which mouldi sup¬ 
portive plastic Joint splints. 

The van was paid fw by the Robert and 
Florence FUberg Fund through the Vancouver 
Foundation. 

Hie components nrithin the van will teach 
arthritis victims akiUa that could save them 
from confinement and dependence on others for 
exlstonoe. Patients an seen on raferral from 
doctort. 


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added to the knowledge of 
David Winfield, new geeeral 
manager of the Uexlcant Ina 
in CoaiteoMy. 

Bon to Liverpool, Eng¬ 
land. he studied winea to Ger¬ 
many, dining roam manage¬ 
ment in Paris and the 
reception desk end piynh >■ 
Spate. 

He hai worked to the Adel- 
phi Hotel to Liverpool, the 
Welcome Howl to Stratford 
m Avon, a hotel to Birming¬ 
ham and. after chaaging 
companiei. worked In Lon¬ 
don. 

He came to Canada and 
was general manager of the 
Sheraton Caravan to Edroen- 
ton and later was at the Is¬ 
land Hall to Parfciville. 

AfUr a holiday la Austra¬ 
lia. he returned to B.C. and 
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then was general manager of 
the Discovery Reataurant. 


later moving to Gold River 
where be managed the hotel 
there. 

Winfield aisumed his pree- 
ent poeltiea to April of this 
year and since that time has 
made major changes to the 
Mexicana Inn. 

'The hotel wai built In 1973 
by the Gottman Brat. 

Tha interior of the hotel has 
been complelely changed 
from the reception desk to 
individual rooms and salons. 


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DAILY COLOKIST, VIrlorti. B C . SuiKliv. Septftnb^r 14. 1»T* (iS 

M. V. Ghesnut’s 

Garden Notes 


PKACH PSUNING Vk-twte) 

If your Mich tree It t («n-thtped. 
will-tralDM tpecimen, the pruning U t 
bit loo Involved to ex|>latn In i ihort 
partgreph. and I tuggeat you get a book 
from the library showing, with sketches 
and illustrations, Just how the operation 
It performed to provide the necessary 
replacement branches. The best time to 
do the job Is in late summer soon after 
■he crop has been harvested. 

A peach tree growing in the open 
normally requires very little pruning In 
Its adult yean. The weight of the fruit 
bends down the branches into an arc. 
and this induces new shoots to form 
from the lop of the arc. Pruning consists 
mostly in removing the old. infertile tip 
back to one of these replacement shoots, 
and the taking out of any badly placed 
branches. This too can be done in late 
summer or early fall. 


HARDY GLOXINIA (R.S.. Nanalme) 
The plant yon bought under the name 
of hardy gloxinia Is not a true gloxinia at 
all. nor even remotely related to one. 
but Is so called because the flowers bear 
a superficial resemblance to those of the 
gloxinia. 


Its true name is IncarvUlea delavayi. 
named for Father Pierre d'lncarville 
and the Abbe Jean M. Delavay, two 
Jesuit missionaries In Western China 
where the plants grow wild. 

It has large and bgautiful trumpet 
shaped flowers In a clear rose shade, 
and prefers a well drained, somewhat 
sandy loam soil in full sun. In spile of Its 
hardy nickname, the IncarvUlea Is only 
borderline in hardiness and Is best co¬ 
vered In winter after the tops have died 
down with a mound of dry bracken or 
straw. 


ONION SETS (T.O'B.. Saanlchloa) 

The onion sets you grow from seed 
this summer should not be planted out 
this fall. Not that they would winter-kill, 
but because winter cold would trigger 
them Into going to seed fairly early In 
the growing season next year. Store the 
little bulbs indoors, ideally at a tem¬ 
perature around IS degrees C and plant 
out In the spring. 

The growing of onion sets from seed 
isn't easy, and not many home garden 
ers attempt it. Congratulations on your 
success. 


AUTUMN CROCUS (O.N.. Lad.ssmilh) 

Your plants didn't die. It Is quite 
normal for the leaves to turn brown and 
dry up In June or early July — this Is 
part of the rather unusual life cycle of 
the autumn crocus. 

After the rains of early autumn, the 
naked flowers appear without any 
leaves; the foliage comas along later 
and develops full In the spring. 

MOVING GOOSEBERRIES (S.W., Vlc- 
torla) 

If your gooseberry bushes are not 
more than three or four years old, you 
ran transplant them to your n